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Some 42 yard sales are .listed in
today's classified section.
Take a look, plot your course and
shop, shop, shop!

Plans underway
for 2006 MLK
celebration
All Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Steering Committee members, youth
directors and interested persons are
asked to attend a planning meeting
for the 2006 celebration.
The meeting will be held Thursday,
Nov. 10, at 5 p.m., at Jerkins
Community Center.

SAC meets
Tuesday
There will be a School Advisory
Committee meeting Tuesday, Nov. 8,
at Taylor County High. '
The meeting will b'e held in the
conference room; starting at 3:15 p.m.

School board
reorganizes
Nov. 22
The Taylor County School Board
will hold its. re-organizational meeting
Tuesday, Nov. 22, at noon.

Calling cards
for soldiers
A drive is underway to,send calling
cards to soldiers serving overseas.
If you know any of the men. or
women who are overseas and serving
our country, please forward their
names and addresses to CSM
(Ret) Charles M. Sessions at
csmpapa@hotmail.com or 1SG Eddie
Smith at eddie.smith@taylor.kl2.flus

Nov. 11 events
honor Taylor
County veterans
Taylor County High School JROTC
will host its annual Veterans Day
Ceremony Friday, Nov. 11.
"The community is invited and we
want to send a special welcome to all
our veterans to be in the TCHS gym
by 10:45 a.m."
Also on Veterans Day, the county
will host a luncheon for all local
veterans at Forest Capital Hall.
Sponsors for the event include with
Martin Electronics, Inc., Timberland
Ford, Smurfit Stone and United Steel
Workers.


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Index

Living...page A-4
Sports...page A-6
Religion...page A-7
Looking Back...page B-2
TV Listings...page B3-5
Classifieds...page 5-4


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Phase one of multi-million dollarIMagnoiia BayV.Marina and Resort proj'ectJUnludes the
construction of a 25-acre marina basin just east of Dekle Beach arid a tworn'le c'.rian.el
into the gulf. Surrounding the basin will be condominiums, ,hotels, shops ,and a 'marina
designed for 300 wet slips and dry storage for 500 more, boats.


Closed season remains


For Gulfside marina


$700 million



plan unveiled


Chuck Olson spends much of his
time these days dealing with
engineers, architects and
government regulators as he
prepares to submit documents next
month for a planned 3,800-acre
coastal development north of
Keaton Beach.
Olson is the project developer
and team leader for Magnolia Bay
Marina and Resort, a dream of
property owner Dr. J. Crayton
Pruitt that, when complete, could
add as many as 7,000 people to
Taylor County's population. Olson
gave an update on the project at
Wednesday's meeting of the Perry
Kiwanis Club.
Olson said the environmental
resource draft permit he plans to


submit in December will be for
phase one of the multi-phased
project.
Phase one includes the
construction, of a 25-acre marina
basin just east of Dekle Beach and
a two-mile channel into the gulf.
Surrounding the basinv will be
condominiums, hotels, shops and a
marina designed for 300 wet slips
and dry storage for 500 more boats.
"The marina and associated
development will cost about $700
million in today's dollars," Olson
said.
A two-mile-long, four-laned
boulevard will access the marina
area from Dekle Beach Road.
.' Please see page 3


After two withdraw



Four in running



for city manager

Two of six candidates for city manager, Ralph Hester and Bruce C.
Behrens, have withdrawn their names from the interview list.
The remaining four candidates--Robert "Bob" Brown, John Singer, Don
Hart and Harold Emrich--will be interviewed Saturday, Nov.. 5, in 30-
minute sessions beginning at 8 a.m. All five members of the Perry ,City
Council will conduct the interviews, which are open to the public.
Hester, former county administrator for Berrien County, Ga., told city
officials he would be, unable to attend the Nov. 5 interview and took
himiell, >ul utof lic running. ."- .... .
Behrens, who recently completed five years of service as town manager
in Bluffton, S.C., accepted a job in another city.
The initial six chosen for interviews were selected from a field of more
than 70 applicants for the top administrative position.
Brown and Singer are both Taylor County residents; Hart lives in
Tallahassee and Hester is a resident of Daytona Beach."


Judge strikes down grouper restrictions


In what the Coastal
Conservation Association of
Floridj'(CCA) is calling a "huge
win for the state of Florida and
saltwater anglers," a United States
District Court judge struck down
portions of a National Marine
Fisheries Service (NMFS) interim
rule which would have, in part,
closed all recreational grouper
fishing in federal waters in the Gulf
of Mexico from Nov. 1 until Dec.
31.
While the closed season, which
began Tuesday, will continue for
red grouper until the end of the
year, it allows for normal fishing of
other grouper 'species. Once red
grouper fishing resumes in
January, the red grouper bag limit
will still be reduced from two to
one in federal waters, however, the


aggregate bag limit will remain at
five.,
The interim rule, before the
judge's ruling, would have reduced
the aggregate grouper bag limit
from five to three, beginning Jan.
1.
The rule also stated that the
closed season would include all
grouper species.
"Because red grouper are part of
a multispecies fishery, prohibiting
harvest of all groupers during the
season will reduce bycatch of red
grouper and subsequent discard
mortality," the FMFS said when
announcing the new rule in July.
"Applying the closure to all
groupers will also protect other
grouper species from a potential
shift of fishing .effort from red
grouper to other groupers."


Donations 'soar'



for bronze eagle

When it was announced earlier in the year that Veteran's Memorial Park,
currently under construction, needed additional help in funding, members
of the Perry Police Department took it upon themselves to pitch in and
sponsor a monument.
"We considered several different monuments," said Lavonne Blanton,
chairman of the fuhdraising committee, "and decided that some form of
eagle would be the most fitting. What other symbol represents our country
and the freedom we have because of'the sacrifices our veterans have made
throughout the decades?"
In stepped Bronze by Cooley, a Lamont-based sculpture team which
makes bronze statues and ships them all over the world.
The family was commissioned by PPD to make a bronze American eagle
at a cost of $10,000. With the addition of a podium to hold the eagle, the
total cost will be close to $15,000.
Thus far, PPD has raised $9,000 of the money needed to place the
monument in the park.
"We've been working very hard with fundraisers and collecting money
from individuals and companies and they have been very generous," said
Blanton.
Key contributors to date include Wal-Mart, which gave $1,750;
Buckeye, Mark Southerland and Mike Smith (given in memory of his
father, Judge Samuel S. Smith) each contributing $1,000.
.-# Please see page 2


CCA, however, disagreed, and
after unsuccessfully petitioning

FMFS to rescind the rule, filed suit
in federal district court in Ft.,
Meyers in August,. challenging
FMPS's authority to close the
entire grouper fishery in the Gulf.
The Fishing Rights Alliance also
took part in the lawsuit.
On Sept. 8, U.S. Magistrate
Douglas Frazier put the case on the
fast track, setting an Oct. 24
hearing on the case.
Monday, one day before the new
closed season was to begin, Judge
John E. Steele ruled that while the
rule was "valid as to its restrictions


on red grouper," by passing an
interim rule closing all grouper
fishing in the Gulf of Mexico for
November and December, NMFS
acted "arbitrarily, capriciously, in
an abuse of discretion, and in'
violation of 16 U.S.C. 1855(c)(1)
in promulgating the Interim Rule to
Reduce the Recreational Harvest of
Gulf of Mexico Red Grouper."
"This is an important victory for
the process of grouper
management in the Gulf," David
Howton, CCA Florida Chairman,
said Monday. "The total closure of
all grouper fishing, including
species that are not overfished, was


completely unnecessary, and
would have delivered a severe
economic blow bo the recreational
fishing industry."
"We felt all along that NMFS
acted in violation of federal law in
banning recreational fishing for
grouper species that were not
overfished," said Ted Forsgren,
CCA Florida Executive Director.
"We've always supported measures
to conserve fish species, but in this
case NMFS abused their
authority."
NMFS and the Gulf of Mexico
.* Please see page 2


Efforts by members of the Perry Police Department to fund the American Eagle Monument at
Veterans Memorial Park took another step forward Wednesday when PPD Chief Wayne Putnal
accepted a $1,000 contribution from Buckeye Plant Manager Terrence Reed. In addition to the
eagle project, Buckeye is helping to sponsor the World War I monument. Shown above are:
(from left) PPD Ptl. Brian Curry, Ptl. Gina Deeson, Inv. Cla Parker, Jim Frostick, Sgt. Nellie
Walker, Sandy Young and Lavonne Blanton. The park is expected to open 'in early 2006. ,


News


Forum








A-2 Perry News-Herald November 4-5, 2005


Close call
The driver this four-door sedan had a close call Thursday
morning, surviving a roll-over crash without injury. The
vehicle was traveling north on Highway ,19 when the driver
apparently drifted off the. roadway and overcorrected--
causing the car to flip twice. The ensuing crash cut deep
gashes into the grassy shoulders, leaving a trail of upturned
dirt. Units from the Taylor County Sheriff's Office and Taylor
County Fire-Rescue responded to the call.




Opponents question

validity of the ruling


GROUPER
Continued from page 1
Fi-hery Management Council
sparked controversy up and down
the Gulf coast earlier this year
when they announced their
intention to implement measures
to curb recreational red grouper
fishing in the Gulf after anglers
reportedly exceeded limits in 2003
and 2004 set to preserve the fish
populations.
In June, the Taylor County
Board of County Commissioners,
the Perry-Taylor County Chamber
of Commerce and the Tourism
Development Council each passed
resolutions against the proposed
changes announced by NMFS and'
the council. -
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
voted unanimously to oppose the
NMFS plan. The FWC, instead
recommended only a reduction in
the bag limit for red grouper from
two to one until the'2005 harvest
figures could be analyzed. When
NMFS rejected the FWC's
proposal, 'the FWC
commissioners voted to not adopt
the federal interim rule in state
waters.
NMFS's plan to close the entire
grouper fishery to protect stocks
of red grouper was based upon the
estimated recreational catch of red
grouper during the 2004 season.
Opponents to the rule have
questioned the validity of the 2004
numbers because of NMFS's
claim that landings increased by a
130 percent, calling such an
increase unprecedented in the
history of red grouper landings
since regulations began 14 years
ago. They also point out that
Florida anglers and fishing activity
were impacted by a record four
hurricanes that hit the state in
2004.
"Recreational landings for the
first part of this year have fallen
dramatically and are more in line
with the catches of 2001 through


2003," said Forsgren. "That
information showed that NMFS
overacted and should have instead
supported the Florida Fish and,
Wildlife CoAservation'
Commission's recommendation."
During the two-month closure,
possession of red grouper taken
from federal waters is prohibited;
however, the recreational fishery
for other shallow-water grouper
(black, gag, yellowfin, scamp,
yellowmouth, rock hind, and red
hind) and deep-water grouper
(misty,, snowy, yellowedge,
Warsaw, and speckled hind)
remains open with an aggregate
bag limit of five grouper,
combined, per person, per day, but
not to exceed one speckled hind or
one Warsaw grouper per vessel per
day.


By SUSAN CURTIS
Chairman
Forty-two volunteers came out
on a brisk sunny October Saturday
and rid the roads and river of
approximately 3,000 pounds of
trash.
Everyone who came out,*
whether they made food for the
volunteers, cleaned the river,
cleaned the roads or drove the pick
up trucks had a great. day and
contributed to the effort to keep
Jena and Steinhatchee beautiful.
Steinhatchee School was well
represented with faculty and staff
including: Patricia Hurd, Anna
" McDow, Mevelyn Putnal and
Lynda Rutenkroger. Parent,
Moises Martinez, brought his two
children, Jennifer and Rodrego, to
help. The other student volunteers
were: Vicky Jeneraux, Nancy
Emery, Jeremiah Emery, J.T.
Morgan and Casey Barnett. They
cleaned the Jena side of the bridge
and some of the marsh under the
bridge--a very "wet" job as their
parents will attest.

Cleaning the Jena Boat Ramp
area was Brian Goddard. Brian
works like a Trojan every year
getting over 200 pounds of trash,
maybe more, just from this 100-
square-yard area. It is one of the
worst areas for litter bugs.
'The AARP, represented by Bud
and Grace Shassere, Judy
Gantenbein and Gerry Morehouse,
cleaned Hwy. 51 from Tri-County
Electric to Cooey's Island.
Garden Club volunteers and
spouses, Gail and Bob Bartlett,
Mickey and Don Nyberg and
Peggy Glass, cleaned Hwy. 51
from Co6ey's Island to Boggy
Creek. Andy and Dalton Johnson
picked up the collected bags and
brought them back to the
dumpster at the Community
Center.' Other bags were taken
directly, to the Taylor landfill.
Beta Sigma Phi members
cleaned Hwy. 51 from Roy's to
TiCL-Cu[li, Electric a week earlier.
krlic E.,ion, Barbara Maloney,'
Doris Bishop,, Sandra Jenkins,
Ann Boy and Van Chasteen
participated. Saturday, Barbara and
her husband, P. J. Maloney, came
out again to pick up. What great
sports! They cleaned much of
School 'House Road single
handedly. This is another of
Steinhatchee's worst areas for
litter. Ann, Sandra and Doris also-
came out Saturday to help prepare
and serve lunch 'to the volunteers.
Ann serves as Community Center
chairman on the Steinhatchee
Community Projects Board. The
Projects Board provided the lunch
and t-shirts for the event.


Three Georgia part-timers in
Steinhatchee, Gary and Pat
Roberts and Melanie Clark, came
out to volunteer and cleaned the
Jena Road from the bridge to the
boat ramp. It is always a joy to
have people take time to
contribute to the community
while on their own "vacation."
The last "worst" area for trash--
the Keaton Beach Road from
Roy's to the dump--was cleaned
by another Steinhatchee teacher,
Kathy Jester, and her husband,
Van. Meg Fleming also
contributed to that enormous
effort.
Cleaning the ri\er around their


riverfront houses were Bonnie
Heaton, Rhoda Moehring and
Jeanne Black. They brought in a
truckload single-handedly. We need
more folks to help with the river
next year. Canoes are especially
effective.

Rhoda is the Steinhatchee
Community Projects Board
chairman and provided much of the
food, especially the baked goods,.
for the volunteers. Rhoda does all
this volunteer work while taking
care of her 102-year-old mother.
Ann Boy does all this volunteer
work while suffering through two
shoulder operations and a fool that


needs surgery. You younger folks
who stayed in bed Saturday
morning, take note!
A special recognition goes to
the oldest volunteer, Hub Baxter,
who drove his pickup and collected
trash bags. Even though Hub is
pushing 80 he was throwing those
bags into the dumpster like a
teenager. Wish we could all be
that agile at any age.
Everyone who came out had a
good time in the fresh air and
made our little piece of paradise a
little more livable. A huge thank
you to all those who gave their
morning to the community. See
Nou nexi ',vir!


Dozens of volunteers took part in Steinhatciee's annual Coastal Clean-Up.


Fundraising continues


EAGLE
Continued from page 1
Other large contributors include
Conrad Bishop, GTCom and USA
Software.
Raffles for $100 gift cards and
tool boxes have taken place along
with hot dog sales and a poker
run.
"We've really worked hard on
this," said Blanton. "When we
decided to sponsor one of the
monuments, everyone was excited.
We've really taken this seriously.
"We really could not have raised
as much as we have without the
help that has been extended to us.
Burger King and Dairy King and
Perry Elks Club donated food
supplies for various events," she


added, "and that was a great help."
CurrentlN. there are raffles for:
a $100 Wal-M'Nat.has lficarvi. a
toolbox (which \\a% ruatfied ca' lier
and won by Jim Frostick, who
donated it back to be raffled again),
and two tickets to Wild
Adventures.
Anyone wishing to donate: $1
for a chance to win any of ihese
items may contact PPD at 584-
5121 at their Washington Street
office or purchase the tickets from
any police officer or PPD
personnel.
Blanton said a basketball
tournament and chicken dinner
sale are in the works as future
fundraisers.
-"The work's not over," added
Blanton. "We've raised a lot of


money, but there's still a lot to be
done. This is a very generous.
, .town.aand ii nr,.A,_ nitru pr ud lhli.l
so many people have'gin'. ,: 'hat
our veterans can have a beautiful
park in their honor."


We are looking
for homes and
land in Taylor,
Madison and

Jefferson county
areas to sell. If
you are thinking
of selling, please

call for a FREE
market analysis.
Our team is-

ready to help.





KELLY & KELLY
PROPERTIES

(850) 223-2370


Happy

1st

Birthday


Iv MILKSHAKE

to infinity and beyond! --Bubb
e-== S 0 5 -


In Steinhatchee clean-up



3,000 pounds of trash collected







A-3 Perry News-Herald November 4-5, 2005



Book sale Saturday

The Friends of the Taylor County (Public) Library Fall Book Sale will
be held Saturday, Nov. 5, from 8 a.m. until noon in front of the library at
403 N. Washington Street. Most books will be 10 cents each or 15 for
$1.


Council meets Nov. 5
There will be a Taylor County Leadership Council meeting Saturday,
Nov. 5, at 5 p.m.
All members are urged to attend as "there is an important issue to be
'determined at this meeting," organizers said. The meeting will be held at
Jerkins Community Center.


FSU Homecoming parade
Taylor County was well represented in Florida State University's 2005 Homecoming Parade held Fridayr Oct. 29, in
Tallahassee. (Left) Taylor County High School graduate Krystle Pridgeon performed with the Marching Chiefs while Florida
Forest Festival Jr. Miss Allison Bassett and members of her court rode on the festival float.





Marine lab, aquarium planned


MARINA
Continued from page 1
While the condominiums will be


Geick takes

top trophy in

FFF run/walk
Sixty-eight runners and.walkers
braved the humid conditions to.
take part in the Florida Forest:
Festival 5K Run/Walk, held the
morning of October 22.
Taylor County was well'
represented, with 51 participants,
including Women's Overall
Winner, Cindy Geick.
Also taking top honors from
Taylor County were William
Carter and Mayor Emily Ketring.
Max Kallschmidt, age four, was
the youngest runner, beating out
his father, John, at the finish line.
Winners in each division
received Pine Tree trophies, as
well as awards from local.
sponsors. All registered runners
received t-shirts and goodie bags,
and were entered into the post-race
raffle, vying for prizes that
included gift certificates,
houseplants and a 27-color
television.
"We are really pleased with the
nuinber of participants,
particularly with this being the
first race we have held in a number
of years," said Race Director Diane
Ching.
"Next year, we will be looking
into holding a 10K Run in
addition to the 5K distance.
Thanks to all of our sponsors and
volunteers for making this a
terrific event."


privately owned, many of the areas
in the marina complex will be
open to the public.
A multi-laned public boat


Cindy Geick of Perry
accepts the first place
trophy for the 2005
Florida Forest Festival 5K
Run/Walk.


ramping facility will be located on
the north side of the basin. It is
designed to handle more than 300
boats per day and will have
parking for 400 vehicles and
trailers.
A marine lab and aquarium will
be open for the public. Olson said
Dr. Pruitt envisions the lab as an
educational tool for kids and area
schools.
SA heleport pad will be built.
across the channel from.the lab. It
will serve as an emergency base as
well as a shuttle for tourists.
Marine patrol officials may also
be setting up a substation there,
he said.
Olson showed a map of the
Taylor Cotinty coastline indicating
that much of it is preserved in
government ownership.
"It's the last large tract of
coastal land in private ownership
in the entire state. The population
density along the Taylor County
coast will still not be much due to
the large state ownership," he said.
A championship golf course is
also in the works for the


development and could actually
happen rather quickly.
Olson said the course would be
much easier to permit than the
marina. Preliminary plans indicate
its location on 500 acres just
north of Clearwater Creek.
The two-mile channel into the
gulf will be 100 feet wide and
seven feet deep at mean low tide.
Olson said the channel and basin
are being designed to accommodate
boats up to 45 feei long.
He said he expects the
permitting process on phase one
to take 12 to 18 months with
construction to start soon
thereafter.


ACRES
PEAS
(shelled or
unshelled) ''
We shell our own
with a rotating
drum type sheller

Fall vegeta

Indian River
Florida Fruits
are now
getting ripe!

COLLARD GREENS -MUSTA
We still have
Quart'
3306 Hwy. 19


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TOMATOES
that everyone
loves

giving!

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val Oranges
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TS (green or boiled)
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14-3309


' New Home Baptist Church

will be hosting

The Dixie Echoes


Call 850-877-817*4VL~


The Citizens Bank of Perry will be
CLOSED
Friday, Nov. 11 in honor of
Veteran's Day


Ostizensank

O *F P.E-R*R.Y

2000 South Byron Butler Pkwy. Perry
850-584-4411
Member 905 First Avenue S.E. Steinhatchee
FDIC 352-498-2951 ENESRG


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Living


FSU's historic harpsichord lures students


Students of Carol DeGuire,
along with parents, participated in
a piano field trip to the Florida


State University (FSU) School of
Music on Oct 8.
Trip "guide" Bruce Hargabus,


piano technician for FSU, began
with a tour of the school's piano.
shop. He explained the mechanical


Student participants included:
Stoyer-and Tommy Palaio.


actions of the keyboard while all
viewed multiple pianos in the
process of being refurbished.
"Sounding boards, steel frames,
loose dampers and exposed piano
actions led us all to a deeper
understanding of the intricate
engineering in this wonderful
instrument," DeGuire said..
Hargabus then led the group to,
the "orchestra-ready" room, where
students were invited to play on
the nine-foot Concert Steinway
Grand and the seven-foot
Boesendorfer Grand. The next
stop was Opperman Recital Hall
where they again were given the
opportunity to play the Steinway
Grand, this time on the concert
stage, DeGuire said.
Another high point of this tour
was an incredible program given
by Dr. Karyl Louwenaar of the
FSU music faculty. Louwenaar
presented the historical background
on the music school's authentic
harpsichord and pianoforte,
followed by her performance on
each. She then invited, students
and parents to play on these
historic instruments. "Everyone
left the presentation with a
heightened appreciation. for the-
evolution of the keyboard family,
culminating in the beautiful piano
that we play today," DeGuire said.
Student participants were:
Felicia and Nathan Adams, Rachel
Kurimay, Ciera and.Ashton Stoyer,
and Tommy Palaio.


Medicare changes discussed at TREA


Twenty five members of Taylor Retired Educators Association (TREA)
and two guests gathered Monday, Oct. 17, at 11 a.m. at Joyce's Main
Street Cafe. President Mickey Hatleberg welcomed everyone and
introduced as speaker, Barbara Bowes of American Pioneer Insurance
Company.
Bowes presented information on the new Medicare prescription drug
plan, explaining the details of the three enhanced programs, identified as
silver, gold and platinum. She, and other representatives of the company,
will return on Nov. 15 to assist individuals with their choice of plans.
They will be in a classroom near the fellowship hall of First United
Methodist Church from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Interested persons are
reminded to bring a list of all prescriptions.
A question and answer period followed Bowes' presentation.
A business meeting followed with the minutes from the previous
meeting read by Secretary Virginia Trofemuk and approved by the
membership., Treasurer Madeline Moore reported the balance in the
treasury:
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After the meeting was adjourned, Marge Woodell said the blessing and
lunch was shared. Mrs. Woodell also-won the day's door prize.


Reunion

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The Lee Family Reunion will be held at the Methodist Church in
Lamont on Saturday, Nov. 5, beginning at 12 noon. All descendants of
John Lee and Amanda Coker Lee are encouraged to attend.
Family members are asked to bring a covered dish to share and old
family photographs. For more information, please call James E. Lee at
850-223-2435.


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engagement of their daughter, Kristi, to Todd Wacha, of
White Springs, the son of the late William and Angelina
Wacha. The couple will be married Nov. 19, 2005, at 5 p.m.
in Lakeside Baptist Church.


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HI 2:02 a.m. 3.9 HI 10:25 a.m. 3.1
LO 9:19 a.m. -0.6 LO 4:33 p.m. 0.7
HI 3:57 p.m. 3.4 HI 10:46 p.m. 3.3
LO 8:55 p.m. 1.6
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LO 9:33 p.m. 1.7
SUNDAY
HI 3:14 a.m. 3.9
LO 10:57 a.m. -0.3
HI 5:44 p.m. 3.0 Legend of Zorro 1in.
LO 10:19 p.m. 1.9 Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m.
MQNDAY Sunday 4:00 p.m.
HI 4:01 a.m. 3.7 rn ehoe (P13)
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By PAT McGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
The trout fishing has been a bit
tough for most folks as our gulf
water temperature crashed from the
high 70's to 59 degrees as of
Saturday morning at 8 a.m., That
is quite a shock for trout to take in
a three-day period!
The reds seem to love it and
flourished in the colder water
striking Thunder-Spins, MirrOlure
SheDogs, jerkbaits, and MirrOlure
Catch 2000's. Reds and trout were
also taken on Assassin sea shads,
live shrimp and Berkley Gulp
fished under a Cajun Thunder. The
reds are out in 3-4 feet of water
and seem reluctant to go
shallower?
Here are some folks who went:
Carol and Forest Wright, with
their son, Howard, all of Lake
City, went Friday and landed five
trout. Howard had three, including
a 21", 20" and 18" trout; while
Carol had two trout and a 21" red.
Oh yeah, Forest did catch a real
nice flounder. The .Wrights fished
in 2-4 feet of water with live
shrimp under a Cajun Thunder.
, Peggy and Richard Romine also
from Lake City had four trout
Friday and two reds, on live
shrimp under Cajuns. They had
two trout and two reds Saturday.
Here is the story of the week!
Judith and Ernest Reed of Lecanto
were out Sunday fishing with live
pinfish under Cajun Thunders, and
Judith hooked and landed a 24-inch
Gag Grouper! That is one way to
beat the federal closure! Just catch
them on the flats! They had five
trout, up to 22" long, and a 23-
inch redfish to go along 'x ih the
gru.per 'Way to go Judith'
Bill Sims, of Vining, Ga., and
Bill Parham, of McDonough, Ga.,
fished Sunday and despite
knocking the skeg off their motor
on a rock? managed to land one
redfish (20") and 6 nice keeper


A-6 Perry News-Herald November 4-5, 2005


'Dogs playoff trip to Pensacola

Extra seats available on buses


The Taylor County High
football team has chartered four
luxury buses for the Bulldogs'
Nov. 11 state playoff game at


Pensacola Catholic.
Reserved seating for the round-
trip are $33 per person.
For more information, contact


Donna Bembry in the front office
at Taylor County High at 838-
2525.


Taylor County

Middle School

Girls Soccer

Name Grade
Kelsea Smyrnios 8
Savannah Cantrell 7
Gloria Toaylor 8
Macy Gregory 6
Brooke Barton 8
Hayden Barton 8
Lynesey Jones 8
Courteney Mincy 8
Jan Williams 7
Sarah Vaughn 8
Shae Horner 7
Jordan Wiliams 8
Ashley Mixon 6
Arielle Murray 8
Heather Roberson 8,
Jessica Strickland 8
Kayla Smith 8
Courtney Brown 7
Lindsey Brown 8
Sarah Meacham 7
Annabelle Edwards 8
Lakeidra Tumblin 8
Heather Redifer 8
Elizabeth Devane 7
Sarena Peacock 6
Ciera Ormsby 6
Head Coach: Dale Brewer
Asst. Coach: Kasey Johnson


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Kasey
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trout in less than two feet of
water, with Berkley Gulp rigged
on an 1/8 oz. jighead.
A buddy of mine and I fished
Saturday and kept five trout over
19 inches with one 22" and one
23" long and threw back two reds,
while keeping a 27" long red
which hit a'MirrOLure SheDog
and the 24" red hit a Catch 2000
in 3.5 feet of water. We caught
three keepers on the Catch 2000
MirrOlures and two on a LazerEye
lipped jerkbait. The w-i-n-d was
fierce and was doing 15+ knots
most of the morning.
Sunday, Bill Varn of Scranton,
Pa., and Greg Komen of Franklin,
N.C., had a nine keeper trout from
2-6 feet of water fishing with Zara
Spook, DOA shrimps and other
jigs Sunday. Saturday they had
two reds and six keeper trout, and
two flounder again on a variety of
plugs and plastic. ,
Krik and Nancy Strickland with
Wallace Jernigan, all of
Homerville, Ga., had 7 keeper
trout, Sunday, while using live
shrimp under Cajun Thunders,
from 3-5 feet of water during the
incoming tide.
No offshore report except that
last week, on Thursday, Cal
Beanblossom (without that no-
fishing Ben Barbee) came down-
and went with the Woods 'N Water
Triton Fishing Team and caught
more than his share of gag grouper
with live pinfish. Billy and I went
as well; I didn't put but one maybe
two in the boat while Billy
matched Cal fish for fish. We
bottom-fished with Triple Fish 60
pound camo Perlon with 100'
pound test for kadcrs' As fqr
where? We were in. 45 fecl df
water, of course.
Good fishing!
' Way to go! Taylor Bulldogs!
They are going to their first
playoff game in six years! Go
Bulldogs! Beat Monticello!


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Dads vs. daughters Nov. 10


Coach Dale Brewer promises "a
boat load of laughs and a good
time for all," as his Taylor
County Middle School soccer girls
take on their dads in the fundraiser,
aptly called, "Dads vs. Daughters."


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Veterans


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1:00 pm

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Please call Ronda @ 838-3500 ext. 8 no later than
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(One or more' county commissioners may be present)


The game will be held on Nov.
10 at 7 p.m. immediately
following the TCMS boys soccer
team home opener against Florida
High at 5:30. Admission will be
one dollar, "or however much a
person wants to donate," Brewer
said. "Remember, this is a
fundraiser."
He reports, "The trash talking
started early as eighth grader
,-Kelsea 'Sm'yrnios' father, Manuel,.
told his daughter 'I have seen you


all practice, you aren't that good.
We will beat you bad.'
"Once the girls stopped
laughing at the thought of their
dads playing soccer, they had some
words of their own. Eighth grader
Gloria Taylor said, 'There is no
way they are, in good enough
shape to play us. We will run
-circles around them.'
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festivities br the .,comedy,
whichever applies," Brewer said.


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A-7 Perry News-Herald November 4-5, 2005


Church offers training for ministers 'sCARPET
Homiletic training scheduled this weekend James Episcopal Church, 1100 West Green Street, Perry, Florida 32347, VINYLCARPETS WOODFLOORS Carpet
Bishop Kenneth Coward of Philadelphia, Penn., will lead Homiletic (850) 584-7636. CERAMIC CUSTOM DESIGNED Trailers
Training for Ministers on Saturday, Nov. 5. Registration gets underway at "The Taylor County Ministerial Association wishes everyone in our REPAIRS AREA RUGS Campers
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For more information, please contact 584-4702.
Community Thanksgiving service announced
The Annual Community Thanksgiving Service will' take place on Nov.
22 at 7 p.m. in the First United Methodist Church. The message will be
given by the Rev. Larry Neal, pastor of First Presbyterian Church.
The community is cordially invited to attend to join together in,
ecumenical fellowship to thank God for all our blessings. Choirs and
musicians interested in being part of the evening program should contact
St. James Episcopal Church at 584-7636 as soon as possible.
This service is sponsored by the Taylor County Ministerial Association.
Pastors interested in the ministerial association should contact: the Rev. Dr.
Linda L. Lowry, president, Taylor County Ministerial Association, St.

Obituaries


James Darrell Alligood
James Darrell Alligood, 48, of
Perry, died Nov. 2, 2005.
He was a native of Perry, where
: he was known as'a carpenter and
was owner of Alligood Quality
Home Improvements Inc.
He was preceded in death by his
father, Fred Alligood, and step-
mother, Janice Poitevint.
Survivors include: his wife of
-seven years, Elizabeth Ann
Alligood of Perry; his mother,
Shirley Alligood of Perry; one son,
James D. Alligood of Perry; a step-
son, Eddie Cates of Michigan; two
daughters, Katherine Applebee of
Missouri and Calene Alligood of'
North Carolina; five step:
daughters, Lou Ann Gundrum,
Loretta Davis Lindsey Murphy,
Heather McCormack and Jessica
McCormack, all of Perry; a
brother, Neil James of Perry; two
sisters, Pam Clague and Barbara
Cannon, both of Perry; a step-
father, Lamar "Tatar" Poitevint;
eight grandchildren; and a host of
nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to the family.
Graveside services will be held


Nancy Jane Jones McDonald and
the widow of Donald Ward. She
was a member of Friendship
Baptist Church in Perry and had
attended the Azalea City Church of
Christ for the past 12 years.
Survivors include: one daughter,
Dorothy B. Goodloe of Valdosta;
one son Billy Becton of Tel Aviv,
Israel; five grandchildren; eight
great grandchildren; one sister-in-
law, June Jones of Valdosta; and
sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law,
Koot and Barney Johnson, Janie
and Doyle Padgett and Susie
Murphy, all of Perry.
Graveside funeral services will
be held today, Nov. 4, at 11 a.m. at
Woodlawn Cemetery in Perry with
Wally Goodloe officiating.
The family received friends
Thursday from 6 until 8 p.m. at
Carson McLane Funeral Home in
Valdosta.
Flowers will be accepted or
donations may be made to Hospice
of South Georgia, 205 Woodrow
Wilson Dr., Valdosta, GA 31602.
Condolences to the family may be
conveyed on the obituary page at
www.mclanefuneralservices.com.


S-'--today, Nov. 14, a.t.!2,'p-mri. at,;,tu. 'Eloise Griner Cook
--.. Woodlawn Cemetery with the Rev. Eloise Griner Cook, 88, of
Dennis Howell officiating. Biloxi, Miss., died Nov. 2, 2005,
Family members received in Biloxi.
friends Thursday at Community A native of Florida, Ms. Cook
Church from 6 until 9 p.m. was formerly of Perry and a
Joe P. Bums Funeral Home is in longtime resident of Panama City.
: charge of the arrangements. She had been a resident of Biloxi
for two years. She was a Baptist


Lucy McDonald Ward
Lucy McDonald Ward, 86, of
Valdosta, Ga., died Nov. 1, 2005, at
her residence.
Born April 18, 1919, in
Willacoochee, Ga, she was the
daughter of the late Thomas and,

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Church of God holds monthly sing
The Perry First Church of God, located on Highway 221 North, is having
its monthly sing on Saturday, Nov. 5, beginning at 7 p.m. Groups will
include "The Yeomans" and local musicians.
Snacks will be served at 5:30 p.m.
Everyone is invited.
Men gather for lunch Friday
The monthly, informal gathering of men which includes lunch and a
brief, inspirational message by the Rev. Eddie Blalock will be Friday, Nov.
4, at the M.A. Rigoni Cookhouse on North U.S. 19 (north of the former
Highway Patrol Station).
Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. until 12:15 p.m., followed by the
message which will conclude at 12:35 p.m.
The cost is $5; all men are invited.
Thanksgiving meal for homeless, needy
"We would like to serve up all the love, friendship and food that we can
to the homeless and the needy this holiday season," said Brenda Raulerson,
for the Church of God which is planning a Thanksgiving Day meal at City
Park from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. "There will be turkey, dressing and all the
fixings for those who are homeless or needy," she assures. "Our church
would like to thank Lucile Wilder for heading up this project. If there is
anyone out there reading this that would like to participate in giving of
their love, and yes, your food, we do humbly ask that you do so. We know
that you will be truly blessed." Raulerson can be reached at 843-1287 or
the church an be contacted at 584-8804..


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A-8 Perry News-Herald November 4-5, 2005


TCHS honor students named


Taylor County High School has
released the following honor roll
for the first nine weeks grading
period:
3.0 Honor Roll
9th grade'
Hannah Allbritton, Nicholas
Allbritton, Jim Arnold, Joshua
Austin, Wesley Barr, Dwayne
Beasley, Zoe Bennett, Matthew
Blount, Bryon Blue, Justin Blue,
Christopher Britt, Vesharyn
Brown, Jamiesha Calhoun,
Melissa Clayton, Tierra Cook,
Jennifer Coxwell, Toni Craighead,
Abby Curry, Stephanie Curry,
Shabrala Dunwoody, Corey Fedor,
Precious Fitchett, Matthew
French, Ashleigh Frostick,
Rebecca.Gibson, Katelyn Goforth,
Blake Gramling, Takashi Gray,
Janaria Green, Kathyrn Hill, Faith
Horner, Brychoski Jackson, Nicole
Jackson, Jasmine Jones, Andrea
Lundy, Allysia McFarland,
Mercedes McGrail,.Ereecy Mcneal,
Eristerial McNeal, Tierra McNeal,
Lucy Meeks, Jennifer Melson,
Tiffany Mock, Alexis Morgan,
Preston Pitts, Benjamin.Sadler,
Eugene Simmons, Aaron Stryker,
Robert. Thompson, Roger
Trawick, Brittany Vaughn, Ashley
Viola, Amanda Weaver. Clifford
White, Stephanie Wigglesworth,
Rodney Williams and Rodrick
Wilson.
10th grade
John Aman, Teddrick Bailey,
Ryan Baker, Ryan Bolden,
Kendale Brown, Amber Browning,
Robert Carlton, Natalie Clark,
Jazzmine Cook, Brooke Davis,
Jameson Dubose, Dustin Elliott,
Sharika Ellis, Gregory Flowers,
Dereke Franklin, Robert Freeman,
Heidi Hale, Tara Hanson, Lauren
Hardin, Brittany Hawes, Jenna
Helm, Courtney Hill, Sky
Horton, Kasey Hunt, Tandela'
Jackson, Sara Jones, Haywood
Kinsey, Chelsea McElveen,
Shannon Morgan, Curtis Murray,
Cameron Myers, Crystal Parker,
Gwendolyn Perez, Johntavia Price,
Shareece Raysor, Angela Roberts,
Tray Ross, Ashley Rucker, Jacob
Russell, Jeremy Schell, Kendra
Sheppard, Gregory Sneed, Bradley
Straka, Krystal Timmons,
Krystina Timmons, Calvin.
Waller, John Warf, Brittany
Whitt, Patrick Whitt and Matthew
Wiles.
11th grade
-Tradeisha Abercrumbie, Josiah
Anderson, Justin Archer,
Chucketta Beaty, Chelsea Bennett,
Jerry Blaske, Heather Bratcher,
Jessica Brock, Adam Cook, Urban
Cook, Elizabeth Davis, Eric
Ebelink, Tiffany Flowers,
Courtney Foster, Jason Franklin,
Hannah French, Tasha Gipson,
Brooke Granthum, Kiara Gray,
Kathryn Hoiles, Megan
Hotchkiss, Sarabrian Jackson,
Porche King, Andrea Lee, Athenia
McNealy, Nickolas Miller, James
Mock, Crystal Moody. Jonathan
Murphy, Hillari O'Quinn, Charles
Owens, Julie Palmer, Heather
Pedigo, Brittney 'igford, Joseph
Proenza, Shamanda Ridgeway,
Meagan Robertson, Amber
Schiffbauer, Michael Tedder, Thao
Trari, Enrique Villagomez, Joshua
Wallis, Dustin White, Christian
Wigglesworth, Ella Williams,
Jessica Williams, Kayla Williams,
Samantha Williams, Brandi
Wilson, Nikita Woodfaulk,
Heather Wright and William
Wright.


12th grade'
Carolina Acosta, Rami
Alsharjabi, Zhasulan Altynbekov,
Jasamane Arnold, Marvin. Britt,
Albert Brooks, Patrice Brown,
Whitney Buckhalter, Robert Cade,
Ashley Carroll, Lloyd Clark, John
Cruce, Ricky Dice, Douglas
Flood, Lesia Gant, Joseph Gnapp,
Sierra Gray, David Gulbrandsen,
Kendra Hart, Jason Hotchkiss,
Sebastian Ingram, Gregory
Jenkins, Blair Jones, Pierre
Kolthof, Brittany Mardis, Edward
Kane Miguel, Rhett Morgan,
Nurdin Nurmanbetov, Kri
Omamalin, Miguel Parga, Traci
Pickles, Barry Poitevint, Feandra
Raysor, Colin Revels, Ashley
Ricketson, Kendra Sadler, Sundra
Singleton, James Sutton, Ashley-
Upshaw, Ricky Wagner, Russell
Walker and Crystal Williams.
3.5 Honor Roll
9th grade
Jonathan Brooks, Breunka
'Clayton, Earl Cobb, Jonathan
Courtney, Michael Cox, Cody
Davis, Dylan Dayhaw, Dylan
Deming, William Deming,
Sa'metri Griffin, Meagan Hill,
Samuel Jenkins, Amanda
Jennings, Kolby Livingston,
Jacqueline McDonald, Jerry
Meeks, Ryan Miller,, Erika
Monroe, Leslie Nix, Carl Padgett,
Lacey Smith, Martha Southerland,
David Stalans, Maxwell Stephens,
Megan Triestram, Hermeisha
Waddell, Chrissy Ward, Sandy
Weekley, Korie Wilson' and
Raymond Wilson.
10th grade
Bonnie Batson, Taylor Brooks,
Georgia Brown, Sean Crowley,
Kellie Cruce, Benjamin Davis,
Thomas Dykes, Emily Ensley,
William Hall, Walter Hammers,
Byron Hayes, Logan Houck,
Jennifer Hunter, Jonathan
Johnson; Joshua Leverette,
Johnny Lovett, Chelsea Mathers,
Joshua McCall, Blake Moore,
Justin Mrotz, Jaren Murphy,
Sabrina Russell, Chelsea Sparrow,
Lynette Strickland and Kendall
Thompson.
11th grade
April Arnold, Donald Bass,
Oriel Blalock, Gerald Commander,
Casey Cooper, Erica Davis,
Patricia Davis, Renee Durham,
Raul Guzrman, Jarvis Howell,
April Johnson, Gregory Johnson,
Dale Krejcar, Camden Lynn,
Timothy Machula, Bryttany
Martin, Kirsty Metcalf, Martin
Mims, Andrew Mock, Charles
Morgan, Blake Ratliff, Jennifer
Robinson, Teaveous Robinson,
Dalretia Ross, Ashley Scott,


Ashley Soroka, Cierra Sparrow,
Amanda Thomas, Laura
Vanblaricum, Jessica Weatherly
and Tedfick White.
12th grade
Lara Aboushakra, Mindy
Adams, Laura Addison, Caitlyn
Anderson, Shane Bailey, Johathan
Bass, Benjamin Batten, Spencer
Baumgardner, William Bourland,
Zachary Bowden, Elizabeth
Brown, Heather Cartright, Joey
Crowell, John Crowley, Sonya
Dowdell, Devyn Dubose, Keri
Farnell, Farheen Fatima, Brandon
Flowers, Tambrika Flowers,
Michelle Gainey, C'Mone
Gillyard, Fallon Gray, Alexandria
Griffin, Jeffrey Hill, Wallace
Holmes, Thomas Joiner, Shauna
Kapperman, Rebecca Kelly,
Stormie Knight, Samantha Lundy,
Gerard Massey, Shannon
McGuire, Erica McNeal, Jennifer
Padgett, Sean Padgett, Jackelyn
Pigford, Toney Powell, Stephanie
Punda, Cianna Reaves, Sarmin
Reza, Russell Smith, Courtney
Speas, Marcus Spradley, Lucas
Stephens, Chanda Warf, Carl
Welch and Ricky Wilson.

4.0 Honor Roll
9th grade,
Nicholas Bennett, Benjamin
Blue, Jim Grimes, 'Civility
Haywood, Ella Heartsfield,
Zachary Knowles, Kathryn
Powell, Jarrod Robertson, Kwone
Robinson, Michael Thomas and
Daisy Villagomez.
10th grade
Katie Cooper, Patrick Drawdy,
Andrew Hare, Michael James,
Kelsey Johnson, Nafees Khan,
Megan Perry, Amanda Portwood,
Tiffany Ragans, Caleb Reaves,
Katherine Smith, Kelli Thomas,
Rebecca Thompson and Heather
Williams.
11th grade
Sabrina .Alexander, Zachary
Bradshavw, Amy Brett, Jarrett
Broughton, Jennifer Cantrell,
Thomas Gober, Lyndsey Gray,
Rachel Heartsfield, Jacob
Meacham, Jennifer Tedder and
Andrew Turner.
12th grade
Shalai Anderson, Jonathan
Baker, Allison Bassett, Rosa
Colon, Valshantaya Cook, Rosa
Davis, Jenna Dice, Viktoriya
Hrubas', Douglas Hubbard,
Kathryn Jenkins, Daniel Kirkland,
Alexander Kramer, Whitney
Lawson, Jennifer Reams, Jordan
Robertson, Amanda Rufo, Jennifer
Ryan, Amanda Stiles, Krystle
Towles, Iris Turner, Marsha
Weekley and Natalie York.,


Obituaries


(Continued from page 7)
and worked as a welder in a Florida
shipyard during World War II. She
was the former owner of a Panama
City restaurant.
Ms. Cook was preceded in death
by three husbands, Wobdrow
Smith, Floyd Sapp and George
Cook; her parents, James and
Clara Griner; grandson, Jack
Hopkins; a granddaughter, Sharron
Bowden Padgett; a great
grandchild, Roger; a great great
grandchild, Skyler; two sisters,
Eliza Griner and Mattie Lou Kent;
and four brothers, Jamie Griner,
Norman Griner, Jessie Griner and
Perry Griner.


Survivors include: two
daughters, Mary Polk of Biloxi
and Ella Faye Bowden of Perry;
seven grandchildren; 15 great
grandchildren; and 11 great great
grandchildren.
Funeral services were Thursday,
Nov. 3, at the Pass Road Chapel
of Bradford-O'Keefe Funeral
Home. Family members received
friends one hour prior to the
service.
Graveside services will be held
today, Nov. 4, at' 1 p.m. at
Calloway Cemetery in Panama
City,
Friends may view and sign the
register book at
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Shrine Hospital children for their
appointments at the Tampa
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"It should be noted that Mr.
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various hospitals since January of
1989. The 60,000 miles to and
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numerous trips to the Shrine Burn
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Shriners support 19 orthopedic
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recognized as a 2005 "Champion
for Children" nominee.
Ching, a Buckeye employee,
was nominated for her work as a
United Way volunteer and for her
past service as a member of the
United Way citizens review team
which determines how local
United Way funds will be
allocated.
Her participation helped increase
funding for early education and
care programs.

Bluegrass marks 25th
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This weekend marks the 25th
anniversary of Florida's
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Jamboree in Dunnellon. .
Artist of the Year King Wilkie
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please call 352-465-862.


In addition, Ching served on the
Taylor County School Readiness
Coalition for the past four years as
a private sector representative,
lending her voice as an advocate
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She has also served as a Kids
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Fiscal Years Beginning July 1, 2006 June 30, 2011
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through June 30, 2011) to which all persons are invited to attend 'and be heard.
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PLACE: Suwannee River Water Management District, Board Room
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District's Title VI and Title VIII Coordinator in Lake City.

Central Office: Florida Department of Transportation, Equal Opportunity
Office, 605 Suwannee Street MS.65, Tallahassee, FL 32399-0450

District Office: Florida Department of Transpoi-tation, District Two, Title VI &
Title VIII Coordinator, 1109 South Marion Avenue MS 2016, Lake City, FL 32025-
5874

This Public Hearing is being conducted pursuant to Section 339.135(4)(c), Florida
Statutes, to consider the Department's Tentative Work Program for the period 2006-07
through 20 10-11, and to consider the necessity of making any changes to the Program.

Written comments from the Commissions and other interested parties will be received
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Editor's Note: Taylor County has
long been a "hunter's paradise." With
the 2005 season about to begin, we
take a historical look at the sport as
depicted in a 1923 brochure promoting
the county..
To Sportsmen and
Pleasure Seekers
The sportsman can "get his" in
Taylor County. No county in
Florida has more game and fish
than Taylor, and a great number of
people from various sections of the
VJnited States and Canada have
found it out. Deer are abundant
and there are many. bears. There
are great quantities of smaller
Game and one can try his
marksmanship. on turkey, squirrels,
ducks, geese, quail and other small
game. The bird shooting is fine,
the fields and forests being full of
them. No sportsman will find it
difficult to bag the limit any day in
ithe season. Sportsmen are
welcome and are accorded every
courtesy and consideration.
Fishing
: Taylor County is the angler's
paradise. It is bounded on the east
by the Steinhatchee River, on the
west by the Aucilla River and the
Fenholloway and Econfina rivers
flow through the county. There are
a number of small streams and
lakes, practically each of which
abounds in all kinds of game fish,
particularly the black bass--the
games fish that swims. Every
month in the year furnishes good
fishing and it is the rarest of
occurrences that even the novice
bomes back from fishing with less
lhan' a long clich The broad'
expanse of Bay and Gulf provides
thrills and experiences in a large
way and many parties, using Perry
as a base, go out to fish in the Gulf
at all times of the year. There are
more than 600 varieties of fish in
Florida waters--more than any
other state.


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
November 5, 1970


FULMER ELECTED
- CHAMBER PRESIDENT
Henry Fulmer Sr., manager of
Christo's Department Store .and
president pro-tem of the Perry City
Council, was elected president of
the Perry/Taylor County Chamber
of Commerce for 1971.
Fulmer, who won re-election to
'the chamber's board of directors


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two weeks ago, was elected by the
board after being nominated by a
special officers nominating
committee, chaired by J. Tom
Moore. Others named to serve with
Fulmer during 1971 include Lester
C. Walker as senior vice-president;
Charles R. Warb as first vice-
president; Mrs. Earlene U. Wheeler
as secretary and treasurer; and
Byron Butler as national counselor.

COUNTY GIVES SUPPORT
TO CHILES AND ASKEW
Taylor County returned to the
fold of the Democratic party,


giving strong support to the party's
top standard-bearers, including U.
S. Senate candidate Lawton Chiles
of Lakeland and Reuben Askew,
state senator from Pensacola, the
gubernatorial candidate.
, All of the Democratic party
candidates outpolled their
Republican rivals in Taylor County
in a general election which saw
nearly 3,500 voters go to the polls.
There were 6,445 registered
voters in the county, including 236
Republicans.

PROSPECTS FOR
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS'
PAY INCREASE SAID BLEAK
A recommendation submitted to
the Taylor County School Board by
principals and supervisors of the
local school system that the pay of
substitute school teachers be
substantially increased failed to
pass.
The proposed increase would
have raised the pay of Rank 6
teachers to $15 per day, of Rank 4
and 5 teachers to $18 per day, and
of Rank 1, 2 and 3 teachers to $22
per day. Substitutes of these ranks
were $10, $12 and $15 per day at
the time, respectively.
Superintendent of Public
Instruction Alan E. Hart declared,
"I can say but one thing--we have
no money in the budget to pay it.
The board wanted to do it. wanted
to do it. We just don't have the
money."
The board's finance officer
estimated that an additional $7,540
would be needed to pay the
increases recommended to the
board.

ENGAGEMENTS
ANNOUNCED
Henley-Fultz
The engagement of Miss Linda
Jean Henley, daughter of Mr. and


Mrs. Johp Henley, to Mr. William
David Fultz, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. William W. Fultz, of
Col,umbus, Ohio, was announced
by the bride-elect's mother.
Miss Henley graduated from
Dixie County High School in 1966
and from Bob Jones University in
1970. She was teaching at
Pensacola Christian School in,
Pensacola.
Mr. Fultz graduated from
Portsmouth High School in 1967'
and was attending Bob Jones
University, where was studying for
the ministry.
Henley-Chewning
Mrs. John Henley of
Steinhatchee announced the
engagement of her daughter,
Marshia Suzette, to Mr. Max
Stanley Chewning, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hal Chewning of Cross City.
Miss Henley graduated from
Dixie County High School in 1969
and was attending Lake City
Community College.
Mr. Chewning graduated from
Dixie County High School in 1969
and was employed by Georgia
Pacific.

THOMAS R. HERRINGTON
WINS BRONZE STAR
The Bronze Star was awarded to
Warrant Officer. CW2 Thomas R.
Herrington, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Herrington of Perry.
The citation, issued by authority
of the President of the United
States, reads:
"For heroism in connection with
ground operations against a hostile
force in the Republic of Vietnam,
Warrant Officer Herrington
distinguished himself by
exceptionally valorous actions on
April 19, 1970, while serving as an
aircraft commander with the 176th
Assault Helicopter Company.
"On' that date, Herrington was
aboard a UH-1C gunship, flying a


visual reconnaissance mission
when one of.the sister ships in th
mission wps forced down during
barrage of enemy small arms fir
Reacting immediately and wit
complete disregard for his persona
safety, Herrington landed his shi
near the downed sister aircraft i
the enemy-infested area.
"Ignoring the danger involved
he and another crew membe
unhesitatingly left the aircraft an
moved approximately one hundre
meters through a heavy v.',nodlin
to reach the crew members ,:. Ith
downed ship.
"Returning to his own aircraft
Herrington skillfully executed
confined-area take-off from th
small clearing .he had been force
to land in. Through his timely an
courageous actions, Herring wa
instrumental in the expeditiou
extraction of three fellow soldier
from an enemy controlled area.
"Herrington's personal heroism
professional competence an
devotion to duty are in keeping
with the highest traditions of th
military service and reflect great
credit upon himself, the America
Division and the United State
Army." .


S Charles Wesley Carlton
1853-1913
Charles Wesley Carlton, the son
of Archibald Mills and Mary Ann
.- Simmons. Carlton, was born June
4, 1853, in Thomas County, Ga.
Known to family and friends as
\\ess Carlton, he moved to Taylor
County with his family about
1855. The 1860 census of Taylor
County includes his family.
... Wess, having grown up in
Taylor County,. met and married
R'.. ebecca J. Towles, daughter of
John Milton Towles and Sarah
Ann Roundirec Tov. le. To this
union four children %,re born:,
Franci Ms1 "Frjnk" CJrlion. Sarah:
Ann Cirlion i Book 141. Hugh
Carlton and Oli'.cr Cjrlion Frank
died Sept. 22. 191111. at ihe age of
21. Oliker died in infanc\


















Charles Wesley Carlton
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Isac.j and EIizbhcih NIM, N. 'organ.
i \\c, ;ind .\d,.i hd 1 known
.children- Clill rd I Stella
S Elizabeih. Njnnic 1.J. Raby
AJeline. Charles Burion. Owen,
Lillie BJll. K..lic Theinlm .lva
Lec, Cecil jGlover (Book 8),
Myrtle Foye (Book 14) and Annie
Ruth. Lillie Bell and Katie Thclma
Carlton died in infancy and are
I -buried in Perry. Annie Ruth and
Mary Mildred Carlton died in
:infancy and are listed as buried in
SMiami.
Wess Carlton was a very
successful farmer and owned a
larue tract of land at Foley. Later
S Nr Carlton moved to Miami and
n bought a large tract of land near
ie Arch Creek 'and successfully
a farmed there until. his death on
e. ..Feb. 3, 1913.
th Wess Carlton has many
al descendants still 'living in Taylor
P County. Two of his grandsons,
n Ralph and Cecil, served Taylor
County as public servants--Ralph
as clerk of the court and his
r brother, Cecil,, as superintendent
d of schools.
d .John Wesley Walker, his great
e grandson, served as sheriff of
Taylor County.

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to contwt P residrI Vnda-.
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Facts do not cease to exist
because they are ignored.
--Aldous Huxley

Where facts are few,
experts are many.
--Donald R. Cannon

Get the facts, or the facts
will get you. And when
you get them, get then
right, or they will get you
wrong.
--Dr. Thomas Fuller

Facts are stubborn things;
and whatever may be our
wishes, our inclinations, or
the dictates of our passion,
they cannot alter the state
of facts and evidence.
--John Adams


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Mail your name, address and a check for
$35 (in county) or $49 (out of county) to
P.O. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348










B-4Perry News-Herald November 4-5, 2005


YARD, CARPORT.SALE: Home sold, Large Yard Sale Friday & Saturday Nov. 4 Multiple family yard sale. 313 W. Bowers
moving- Household items-artworkelry, pottery, 8AM until ? Tools, 3-16 inch tires, baby & Street. Children's Clothes, Adult clothes,
collectibles, antiques, jewelry, pottery adult clothing, pots & pan, custom jewelry, toys, household' items etc. 8-12. New
china, frames etc., 412 Glennridge Rd. off 2 Dexter Wheels and Hubs, odds & ends Corner of Perry Hights Subdivision.
Plantation near Old Dixie Hwy. Friday pipe, steel and much more. 671 Charles 11/4
Nov. 4, Saturday Nov. 5 and the next three pipe, steel and much more838-2445. 671 Charles 11/4
weekends after 9 a.m. 11/2-11/4 YARD SALE! Saturday Nov. 5.8 a.m. until.
11/-1t/1S 2'8oA Q Tinn h, / D( hin tn rlinr\ i -


YARD SALE- FRIDAY NQV. 4 & 5. 9 am
until ? Sirmans (Junction 221-360) watch
for signs.
11/2-11/4
Multi-family Yard Sale. 1308 B. Robin St.'
Furniture, toys, clothing, etc. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
11/4
Yard Sale 605 E. Quail Street. Lots of
Items. Come see. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
11/4

MOVING SALE! 219 Magnolia Rd. Turn by
Pizza Hut. Variety of items. Friday &
iSaturday. 8 a.m. until.
11/4

; Yard Sale No. 5. 8 a.m. Until. Clothing
size women, boys and girls toddlers toys,
big power wheel truck, microwave and lots
more. Location on 108 North Beverly St. off
of Warren & Folsom St. Call for more,
information Denise 223-3008.
11/4

The monthly AMVETS and Sons of
AMVETS Communirvy ard Sale will be
hel lt,,his Salurday, 3 J.',myTber 5, irorm 7
a.m. until 2 p.m. Spaces are'still available
for a $5 donation (a six-foot table will be
provided for each vendor). Additional
spaces may be reserved as well. The yard
sale will be located at 2499 Woods Creek
Rd. For additional information or to reserve
a space, call Mark Viola at 584-5513 or
584-8807 (after 5 p.m.).
| 11/2-4SA

Yard Sale November 4 & 5, 8 AM until.
1104 E. Julia St. Something for everyone
- including furniture & piano. 584-2060 for
more information.
11/4
Yard Sale Saturday 8 am to 12 PM.
-z Judson Drive, located in Quail Point
Subdivision. Lots of Christmas
3 Decorations.
11/4
Yard Sale Saturday 8:30 am Until. Handy
Rentals Storage Unit. Across from the
Airport Household, health & Beauty Items
clothes, shoes, misc.
11/4

sYARD SALE Nov. 4 and 5, 8-2 both days.
Couch, dinette set, bedroom furniture,
dishes, jewelry, misc. household items.
S221 North- Will Clark Road, follow signs.
SAll sales final.
S 11/2-11/4
BIG GARAGE SALE- Lots of everything at
JM Carpet 203 East Drew Street. Friday
and Saturday. 584-3776
11/2-11/4JM
Friday Nov. 4. 8 am-1 am. Multi-fam.-
various items including- Bar-B-Q grill,
working computer, gazelle glider, end
table, small working freezer, trumpet,
assorted clothing, adults & children(many
name brands) Large assort.. Household
items, some tools/things for men, other
-' items thrown in at last minute, come see!
K-mart parking lot, behind Danny's Bar-B-Q
next to Wendy's.
11/2-11/4
SPRING CLEANING IN THE FALL- Yard
sale on Friday and Saturday Nov. 4 and 5.
Starting at 8 am @ 600 West Wilcox
Street, corner of Wilcox and Wilder. New
and used clothing ALL sizes- New size 26
wedding dress and headpiece-nice gun
cabinet, breakfast nook drop leaf table and
chairs, antique wood chair, new and used
assorted Glucometers, new picnic basket,
Kenmore Sewing machine and
attachments, golf clubs and bag with pull-
cart, large assortment of household items
and lots more!
S11/2-11/4
YARD SALE Nov. 4&5, 8 am until? .Near
dead man's curve off Beach Road. Follow
signs. DVDs and VHS's, furniture, lawn
mower, books, office eqpt. Too many
14 items to mention. No early birds. 850-578-
2365.
11/2-11/4
: Monday through Friday 9 am -6::30 pm. -
- Starting October 28 in front of Badcocks at
1000 South Jefferson. Avon, Dollar items,
Opening Special through November 20%
-: off gift boxes (layaway available)
10/28-11/18
HELP SUPPORT OUR SENIOR
CITIZENS! YARD SALE Saturday Nov. 5.
at the Senior CGnter 8 am-12. 800 West
Ash Street. (Old Glayds Morris School)
'11/4


YARD SALE 221 N. utility canopy- carport,
tree stand $50.00 OBO, swing set,
entertainment center, bassinet w/mobile,
nature sounds & vibration, tricycle and
more miscellaneous. 584-9407
11/4
YARD SALE- Saturday Nov. 5, 8-until. We
will have plus-size women's clothes &
shoes, computer printer need ink, toys,
patterns, windows, set of old cabinets &
much, much more. So come see us. 2343
A.U. Brannen Rd. Behind Hwy, Patrol
Station.
11/4
Yard Sale, Saturday Nov. 5, 7 am -1 PM.-
1000 S. Orange St. Mary Kay, household
items, rolling chairs, Queen size tubular
waterbed mattress, tools, fishing tackle.
11/4

Yard Sale-Saturday & Sunday 8- until.
1103 S. Fair Rd. off 19 Reddick Rd.
11/4
Huge Yard Sale Nov. 5 8 AM-until. Tons
of baby & toddler girl name brand clothes
and shoes. Women's,&.ments ,oeo', ....
bouncy seat, carseat, stroller; lurnliuie, "
toys, purses, shoes; household items,
etc., a little bit of everything.
11/4
Yard Sale-Saturday Nov. 5- 9 AM-12 noon.
117 Poppell Dr.(off Old Dixie Hwy.) Baby
Bassinet, baby clothes & items, girls,
men, & women's clothing, and shoes.
Toys, child's VW bed w/mattress, kitchen
and what nots. A little bit of everything. .
^11/4
YARD SALE Saturday, Nov. 5, starting at 8
AM 3645 Slaughter Road. Turn left on
Slaughter road from North Hwy. 19 at old
Highway Patrol Station and follow signs.
(approx. 1.7 miles on left) Dishes, pots.and
pans, Christmas items, ladies and
children clothes, steel porcelain bathtub,
scrap booking items, lots of stuff.
11/4
Yard Sale at 3501 San Pedro Rd. Saturday
Nov. 5 7:30-12:00. Come see what's for
sale. Look for the signs.
11/4
Yard Sale- Saturday Nov. 5, 8-12
Crosspoint Baptist Fellowship, 920
Courtney Rd. Lots of toys & other stuff.
11/4
3-family yard sale Friday & Saturday 8 AM
- 1 PM Women's plus size clothes, baby
clothes, solar shower some Christmas &
more Johnson Stripling Rd. to James
Cannon Rd. Follow signs.
11/4
Yard Sale 200 Elm Street Saturday Nov. 5
Christmas decorations and
miscellaneous. 8 am until.
11/2-11/4
Yard Sale Saturday Nov. 5 8 am-1 p.m..
2810 West Page Rd. Take Woods Creek
Rd to page Rd- look for signs. Cancel if
raining.
11/21-11/4
YARD SALE- FRIDAY NOV. & 5 9 am until.
? Sermons (Junction 221-60) watch for
signs.
11/2-11/4
2 family Yard Sale Allen street off Ash.
'Lots of goodies 8 until.
11/4
Moving Sale! Friday & Saturday 8-3. Lots
of miscellaneous. 15270 Pompano Place.
Off Yates Creek Rd.
11/4
Big 2 family YARD SALE! Clothes, shoes
whatnots etc., All kinds of name brand
Jeans, shirts, and shoes. 1303 W. Ash
Street 8 am
11/4
YARD SALE: Multi-family a little bit of
everything1982 Sunset Lane Hwy. 27 East
look for signs Friday & Saturday. 7:00 am
until. Rain or shine indoors.
11/4
3-family garage sale-bake sale. 221 turn
left on High street before the the Jiffy Store.
1400 High Street. 627-0346. a.m. until.
1 1 / 4 -
Yard Sale Sat 8-noon. 88 Ellison Frith
Rd. Green St, 3 miles past courthouse on
left. (just before the 90 degree curve on
San *Pedro Rd) Kids clothing & shoes,
women clothing and shoes, books, toys,
housewares. Indoors rain or shine.
11/4


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of everything to choose from.
11/4
3-Family yard sale. 114 Huba Street. Off
Old Dixie Hwy. Go all the way to the end.
Friday & Saturday. 8 a.m. until.
11/4
2-Family YARD SALE Saturday, Nov: 5,
8 am -12. Computer desk & chair,
household items & more.





New leather sofa and love seat. $750, can
deliver, 850-222-21.13
11/4tfnGCN
NEW BEDROOM SET Beautiful cherry
Louis Philippe 8-piece wood- King sleigh
bed, .dresser, mirror, chest, 2 night stands.
Sug. List $4600, sell $1650. 850-545-7112
11/4tfnGCN

FORMAL DINING ROOM- Brand new
cherry table with 6 chairs and lighted china
cabinet. $3K retail, sell for $999. 850-425-
8374
11/4tfnGCN


2002 DWMH 3/2 CHA Fireplace, like
Setting on 4.30 Acres 4 miles nor
Perry on US 221 fenced-cross fence
barns with stalls-2 sheds-1 carport sh
lots of big oak trees. Must
$119,900.00, Call Jason Bashaw at 1.
821-0894.
11/02-11/11JWH
DISCOUNTED MODELS Only 2 ho
left. Must gol Save $$$$$$ Call to
850-576-2106
1"1/4
FIRST TIME Home buyers, if you
enough money for a deposit oi
apanmrrienr u can probably own you
home. Call 850-576-2105.
11/4

NEW HOME-1370 Sq. Ft. 4 bedroom
bath for under $475/month payme
University Homes-850-576-2106
11/4
5 BEDROOM! 3 Baths plenty of room.
for under $550 a month. 850-576-2105
11/4


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new. Low cost pet vaccinations, Saturday, Bartender at the Beach Bar, male or
th of November 5 from 12 noon-2 pm at Country, female, must be mature, responsible,
ced-5 Time Feed in Perry. Dog, cat & horse dependable and honest. Drug free
shelter vaccination specials. Heart worm test & workplace. Please call and leave
see. coggins, heart worm & flea prevention message at (352) 542-9918 or (850) 578-
-888- available. Pick up flyer today at Country 2827, ask for Susan.
Time Feed. 10/26-11/11
11/2-11/4


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PROPERTY FOR SALE
HAMPTON SPRINGS AVE. ACROSS
FROM CASHWAY CALL AFTER 6 PM 1-
912-685-3132.
11/4-12/21HM


Outside and Treasures & More Glassware,
Inside Shops New Hours: Fri-Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We buy...call us! Collectibles
Yard Sale Tools
Set up $8 Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


Queen mattress set, double pillow top.
New in plastic with-warranty. $150. 850-
425-8374
11/4tfnGCN,

Louie Mills will be buying pecans every
Tuesday at the'junction of Main Street and
Dundee Street starting the first week in
November.
1.0/28,1 104 1 .il1,11/18,
'KENMORE-'SEWING MA-CHINEVery
good condition. Dial stitches, and built in
button hole maker, $50.00 (850)584-4077
11/4
CAKES & PIES call, now for the holidays,
Red velvet, Sweet potato, pound cakes-
sour croam, 7UP, lemon, German
Chocolate. Doris Simpson 843-1478 or
223-2302
11/4-11/11 .
FOR SALE-Electric lift chair, almost new
$350. Shop lights (3), 8 feet long., with
tubes, $10 ea. 838-2003,
11/4
6 Pc. full/queen bedroom set. New in
boxes, sacrifice $550. 850-222-7783
11/4tfnGCN

WEDDING DRESS size 5 Cinderella style
wedding dress. Purchased at the Studio in
Tallahassee. Lots of beading, beautiful
flowing train, made to bustle.for reception.
Excellent Condition. Paid $700. Will sell
for $200. 850-584-4077.
11/4
CHERRY SLEIGH BED-$250. Brand new,
solid wood. 850-222-9879
11/4tfnGCN

COMPUTER FOR SALE
Dell 3000 series, Intel Pentium 4
processor at 2.8 GHz with 1 MB cache.
Quiet keyboard, 2 button scroll mouse,
15'" flat panel monitor, 40 GB Hard Drive,
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, 3.5
floppy drive, DVD drive and CD burner,
dell speakers, Microsoft Office 2003, and
more. Has a 3 year limited warranty that
will transfer to new owner. Dell All-In-One
Ink jet 942 Printer, (prints, faxes, copies,
scans) New computer table included.
Entire system purchased in March 2005.
$1000 (850)584-4077
Queen size.bed frame, box springs &
mattress, $50. 584-2097.
11/2tf
Electric Stove $325, Dryer 150, Farm
Gates (2)$75 ea., F150 wheels (4) $75,
F250 wheels & tires (4) $700, Shop desk
35, Dodge Dakota Bed liner 50, 12'x40'
metal building $2000. 584-7003
11/2,11/4DG

Kellow Appliance Sales and Service. We
have over 50 refurbished appliances in
stock now. Washers, dryers, refrigerators,
electric stoves, window a/c units, stack
unit w/d, RV w/d, wringer washer and dish
washer, $100 and up, with warranty. We do
in-home service and in-stop repair, 1302 N.
Jefferson Street, Perry. (850) 584-7773.
11/411/30
-New brand name king mattress set. $250,
in factory plastic, warranty. 850-425-8374
11/4tfnGCN
NEW QUEEN mattress and base. Never
used, in unopened plastic, warranty. 850-
425-8374
11/4tfnGCN
MATTRESS SET- New full set with factory
warranty, $99, call 850-222-7783
11/4tfnGCN



MAKE YOUR POINT...

ADVERTISE


2.4 acres with septic, power pole and city
water. Mobile homes permitted, $19,500,
call 838-2755.
8/5tfDC

Land for sale, located on Hwy 221 between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1
acre lots with paved roads. Owner,
firnr,,:iin, a'..ailabi Piase call (,386) 658-'.
1 .'O1 r r1r 1c, 4 7 iF ad8 Ik)c58cks '
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Keaton Beach-Beautiful 5 acres for sale,
wooded tract, 1 mile from boat ramp, high
and dry, pavement, water, power, phone
access and fenced, $125,000.00, call,
584-4921 -leave message.
10/5-11/30

3/2 BR 'BA, framed house, CHA, 15.57
acres, mostly cleared with 1/2 acre pond,
stocked with catfish & bream, 294 Roberts
Aman Rd., Perry, Fl., call 584-6953 for
more information.
10/14-11/13


Woodridqe ADartments!!
Looking for applicants! Apply now for 1, 2
and 3 bedroom apartments. Equal Housing
Opportunity. Call 850-584-5668. 709 W.
Church St., Perry, FL 32347. TDD/TTY
711.
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For Rent: Small apartment with no
cooking facilities (only microwave and
small refrigerator), 1 private bath, living
room with bed. 584-8045.
10/26-11/25MC

Mobile home for rent $500 mth off Foley
Cut off Rd. 1st & last month rent plus
utilities. 584-5612
11/4-11/11
Taking applications for 2 B/R mobile home
Central Heat/AC, total electric. Located in
small clean quiet park 2 miles down
Beach Rd. Water, Sewer, Lawn Care and
Garbage included. $350.00 per month,
plus $350 deposit. Some restrictions
apply. 584-3889
11/4tfnRB
Southern Villas of Perry!!
New Management!!
HUD Vouchers accepted. 10 and 2
bedroom HC and non-HC accessible
apartments. Call 850-584-8111. TDD/TTY
711. 315 PucKett Rd. Perry, FL 32347.
Equal Housing Opportunity.
tfSV


Found blonde Cocker Spaniel, female.-
Found between Main & Green Street
behind First Baptist Church.
Call 584-8382
11/4


Madison County Memorial Hospital full
time insurance biller. Mon.-Fri. 8-4:30.
Experience preferred. Call HR 850-973-
2271 or fax resume to 850-973-8151.
10/28-11/04
Roofer & Roofer helpers wanted Must have
on vehicle & valid DL. Drug Free work
place: Carpentry Experience a plus.
Please call 386-294-3914.
11/02tfnAC


VEGGIES TO YOUR DOOR!
Fresh-Picked, blanched, flash frozen, shelled zippers,
butter beans, black eyes, white acres, ford hooks, cream
corn, okra, green beans, broccoli, mustards & collards
Free delivery every Saturday with 3 or more bushels
352-498-2580


Heavy Equipment Mechanic
Local John Deere Dealership is looking for
an experienced technician to diagnose,
repair and provide general maintenance for
construction and forestry equipment.
Qualified candidate must have full range
of tools, be customer service oriented, and
require little supervision.
Our company provides a drug-free
environment with competitive pay,
excellent health and dental benefits, and
401 (k) Retirement & Profit Sharing Plan.
Qualified applicants should send resume
to H.R. Manager, P.O. Box 3329, Albany,
GA 31706 or email resume to
hrmanager@flintholdings.com.
10/12tfFE


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The City of Perry is accepting
applications for the following
position:
Community Development
Director
Must possess working knowledge of
all phases of building construction,
experience in enforcement of building
codes, supplemented with responsible
administrative experience, or some
equivalent combination of experience
and training. State certification as a
general building contractor may be
substituted for field construction
experience.

Req: Must have a high school diploma
or equivalency, Meet the certification
requirements for building inspector as
established by the state of Florida.
Completion of two or more years of
college coursework, or any equivalent
combination of training or experience
which provides the required
knowledge, skills and abilities, Must
have a valid Florida drivers license,
A complete job description is available,
upon request.
Salary Range:
$37,190.40-$50,016.95


CITY OF PERRY
Personnel Office
224 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
(850) 584-7161

DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


WANT TO BUY

Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars


Pocket Watches Diamonds
Postcards Sports Memorabilia
Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys


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GULF COAST
METAL "Wide

ROOFING Galvalume

Full line of 3'Wide
accessories in stock Painted

Special Flashings Made All Types Warranted Metal Available
Cut to your desired lengths Deliveiv Service Available
Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, FI.


The Citizens Bank of Perry

will be sponsoring a


YARD SALE

to benefit employee, Regina Bell


Saturday, Nov. 5

7:00 a.m. until all merchandise is gone!


Old Jefferson St. branch
(located across from Foodland)


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NOW HIRING- An immediate opening for
an experienced journeyman lumber grader
pay. is commensurate with experience.
Apply in person at Suwannee Lumber
Company. Contact Duane Driggers. 1-800-
985-9939.
10/28-11/11SLC

The Taylor County Health Department is
recruiting for a Community Health Nursing
Supervisor, position number 054953.
Salary range $32,722.82-$44,212.96.. This
. is work assessing patient health problems
and needs developing and implementing
nursing care plans, and maintaining
medical records in the. primary care
program of a public health department.
This employee administers nursing care to
ill, injured, convalescent, or disabled
patients. The incumbent may advise
patients on health maintenance and
disease prevention or provide case
management. This work may, also include-
inspecting facilities and/or evaluating or
providing consultation on :health care
programs, services or policies. The
incumbent will be responsible or
coordinating work and. supervising
employees. This employee provides
diversified health education both in an
office setting and in community outreach
programs Please apply onRine at
S7iltp' ,/|0bs mvii-ri.la.3om.. Ref4t to
.equisiiiori number 64054953 Only State
of Florida applications will be accepted.
Closing date 11-4-05. EOE/AANP
Employer.
10/21-11/4


Come one...


PERRY ELKS




Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
305 Puckett Road '
Employment opportunities at the Boys &
Girls Club of Perry/Taylor County
Unit Director: Job responsibilities to
include but not limited to supervising staff
and volunteers; creating, implementing,
and evaluating programs in all areas of the
club;' recruiting and tracking new member;
public relations; maintaining building and
ground; ensuring adequate educational
programming; and other duties as
assigned by the Executive Director or
Director of Operations, Minimum
qualifications: Bachelor's degree or.
related Boys & Girls Club or other youth
serving organizational experience.
Bachelor's degree may be substituted with
four years of related experience working
with youth. Salary range: $24,000-
$28,000 per year depending on
experience. Benefits included.
Program Coordinator: Job responsibilities
to include but not limited to supervising
staff and volunteers, creating,
implementing, and evaluating programs in
all areas of the club in cooperation with the
Unit Director; and other duties as assigned
by the Executive Director or Director of
Operations, or Unit Director;. Minimum
qualifications: Bachelor's degree or
related Boys & Girls Club or other youth
serving organizational experience.
Bachelor's degree may be substituted with
four years of related experience. Salary
range: $17,000-$21,500. Benefits
package available to qualified applicants.
Part time General Program Staff: Job
duties to be determined on a needs basis
by Unit Director and Program Coordinator.
Minimum qualifications: High school
diploma and experience working with
youth. Beginning salary of $6.15 per hour;
negotiable depending on experience. 15-
20 hours per week, more during summer.
Applications should be picked up from and
returned to the Boys & Girls Club
Veteran's Park Unit from 2-6 p.m. Monday
through Friday. Accepting Applications
through Wed. Nov. 9.
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Part-time infant nursery attendant needed
for Sunday mornings and special events.
Must be over 18 years old and have prior
experience in providing infant care.
Background check and fingerprinting will
be required. Mail resume including 3
references to first Presbyterian Church,
PO Box 837, Perry, Florida 32348.
10/12tfFPC

Hair stylist, Nail Technician, and Lic.
Massage therapist needed for new, high
traffic, downtown salon. First month free
rent! Weekly rented.or commission your
choice.
Bring your clients and come join us. Call
or drop by Mirror Images Hair & Nail Salon.
584-2445.
10/28-11/22

Relief Advocates
Taylor County
Provide crisis intervention and
domestic/sexual violence counseling to
hotline callers and residents. Assist
residents and their children in a
community living environment. Crisis
intervention skills required. Part-time,
every other weekend and "vacation
coverage may require some overnights.
Requires Bachelor's degree in social work
or two years related experience.
AA/EOE Refuge House is committed to
respecting and valuing.diversity. Please
send resume with cover letter stating
position being applied for to: Refuge
House, Inc., P.O. Box 20910,
Tallahassee, FL 32316, Fax 413-0395.
11/2-11/4RH


Routeman (Amusement machines)--
collections, repairs, some electronic skills
helpful, salaried position, valid drivers
license, send resume to P.O. Box 1971,
Perry, FL 32348.
10/19-11/11
Clinical Support Specialist
Knowledge of a variety of -.:,itware
systems and experience with medical
supplies, records and terminology is
necessary. Some pharmacy related
experience preferred, but not mandatory.
Responsible for maintaining an effective
and easily accessible filing system
regarding patient's usage of medical
supplies. Must be highly organized. This
position is needed for the Madison and
Taylor counties.
Please apply in person and or on the web'
or FAX Resume to (850) 701.1395
Attn: Human Resource Dept.
Or Mail to: 1723 Mahan Center Blvd.
Tallahassee, FL 32308
www.bigbendhospice.org
EOE/DFWP, ADA
11/2,11/4

EPI Ombudsperson/Lead Instructor wanted
at NFCC. This Full time grant funded
position will serve as liaison between
NFCC, the local school distracts, and the
FL Dept. of Teacher Certification; teach a
minimum of three courses each semester;
serve on College Committees and/or at
satellite locations. Qualifications: Master's
degree wIh-,31. le3r eightdeefthours ofl,
graduate level courses in Educational
and/or Reading plus classroom teaching
experience.
Applications to: Director HR, North Florida
Community College, 325 NW Turner
Davis Drive, Madison Florida 32340. Only
complete application packets considered.
A complete packet includes: letter of
interest: resume and application; copy of
transcripts (unofficial okay). Application
and full job description available at
www.nfcc.edu. Questions call 850-973-
9491. Application packet must be received
by 11/15/2005. EOE
11/2-11/11NFCC


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BUINS


BUCKEYE COMMUNITY FEDERAL
CREDIT UNION s offering for sale a 2001
Ford Ranger 4 cylinder, 5 speed stick
actors shift. This truck will be sold on "as is"
basis and may be inspected at the Credit
Union Monday through Friday.from 8:30
until 4:30 pm.
11/02-11/30
el, must like the BUCKEYE COMMUNITY FEDERAL
we will train CREDIT UNION is offering for sale a 2001
3on at Randel's Toyota Camry 4 door sedan LE with power
nc, 1949 South windows and door locks and theft recovery
system. This car will be sold on "as is"
basis and may be inspected at the Credit
Union Monday through Friday from 8:30-
92156 & #1187 11/02-11/30.
s Degree with a
social work, BUCKEYE COMMUNITY FEDERAL
stice, nursing, CREDIT UNION is offering for sale a 2002
ucation, health Fordsuper crew cab Lariat 4 wheel drive
uman services truck with extended cab, V8 engine,
e and two years leather and power seats, towing package,
rience working bed liner, keyless entry, mileage 57,863.
serious mental This truck will be sold on "as is" basis
e. Shift 8 a.m.- and may be inspected at the Credit Union
Friday. Salary: Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until
.ps status. 4:30 p,m.
id 'a complete 11/02-11/30
s:
0 BUCKEYE COMMUNITY FEDERAL
-2931. CREDIT UNION is offering for sale a 2004,
I Capital Oircle Chevrolet Silverado LS 1500 series with
extended cab, V8 with .power locks and
'LE background windows, am/fm stereo with CD player,
iity/ Affirmative !rear window defogger, towing package,
Workplace keyless entry, ISRV mirror with compass &
temperature, mileage 38,378. This truck
will be sold on "as is" basis and may be
inspected at the Credit Union through
Friday from 8:30 am until 4:30 pm..
11/02-11/30


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Wanted dead or alive; Junk cars, trucks,
tractors,' etc. Will buy, sell & trade 4x4 &
truck parts. S*M*A*S*H Towing. 386-688-
3999.
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1999 Geo Prizm 77,000 miles, 30+ mpg,
new tires, automatic transmission, power
steering, air conditioning, auto door locks,
good mechanical condition (see Joe
Tharpe @ Thomas Chevrolet) Asking
price $3,200 phone 584-6445, 578-2626,
835-6556
11/4,11/18

90 Dodge 'Grand Caravanh very 'good
condition. $1,800. Day 838-9670 Evening
578-2230.
11/2-11/4

1989 Chevy Silverado 350, A/C, cruise
control, power windows, great condition
$3,500. OBO. Call 223-3743
10/26-11/4

2002 F-150 XLT SuperCab, PW, PL, AT,
cruise & tilt, tow package, 50,000 miles,
blue book $17,225. $14,500 OBO. 584-
5832
10/26-11/4


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House cleaning, reasonable prices.
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The Handyman experts, honest workl
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also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280,
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AUCTIONS

Estate Auction Saturday Nov. 5, 6 PM, 3
miles south of Cross City at old Drive Inn.
Last half of the Estate; table saw, drill
press, Generator,. snapper tools,
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household items and much more TG.AS:
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liquidation and bankruptcies. AB#2424,
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11/4-11/30





IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE'DIVISION
Case No. 05-730-CP
In'Re: The Estate of:
MAE DELL HENDRY,
Deceased. ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of MAE
DELL HENDRY, deceased, whose .date
of death was July 16, 2005; File Number
05-730-CP Is pending In the Circuit Court
for Taylor County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which Is Post
Office Box 620, Perry, Florida 32348. The
namesand addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representatives attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
Sagalnst-decedentls'estat? Orr whom a
copy of this notice has been served,
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedentfs estate
must- file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.The date of
first publication of this notice Is:
NOVEMBER 4, 2005.
SMITH, SMITH & MOORE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, P.A.
MICHAEL S. SMITH '
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bar No. 169621
P.O. Drawer 579
Perry, Florida 32348
Telephone: (850) 584-3812
Fax: (850) 584-7148
MILDRED H. FIKE
Personal Representative
100 Charles Hendry Road
Perry, FL 32348
11/4, 11/11

IN THE COUNTY COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2005-97-CC
'SECURITY PROPERTIES, INC.
Plaintiff,
-vs-
JOSEPH HARRY HAYES, a/k/a. J.H. HAYES,
And CECILIA B. HAYES, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE Is hereby given that ANNIE MAE
MURPHY, Clerk of the Circult Court of
Taylor County, Florida, will on the 22ND
day of November, 2005,, at 11:00 a.m.
at the front door of the Taylor County
courthouse In the City of Perry, Florida,
offer for sale and sell at public outcry to
Sthe highest and best bidder for cash,
the following described property
situated in Taylor County, Florida, to-wit:
Parcel I.D. No. R06578-175
Lot 175, Block No. G, Leisure Retreats
Subdivision, Section III, as the some
appears of record in Plat Book 1 at
Page 129, of the Public Records of
Taylor County, Florida.
pursuant to the final judgment of
foreclosure entered in a case pending
In said Court, the style of
which is as set out above, .and the
docket number of which Is 2005-97-CC.
WITNESS my hand and the official seal of
said Court, this 25th day of October,
2005.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY -
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
By: MARTI LAVALLE
Deputy Clerk
10/12, 11/4


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: The Estate of CARLIE JACKSON
BOYINGTON, deceased.
File No: 05-747CP
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
CARLIE JACKSON BOYINGTON,
deceased, file number n5-747CP. is
pending In the Circuit Court for Taylor
County, Florida, Probate Division, the


B-5 Perry News-Herald November 4-5, 2005 .




address of which is Post Office Box 520, concerning the seized property by
Perry, Florida 32348. The names and contacting the undersigned.- -" A
address of the personal representative complaint has been filed In the Circuit
and the personal representative's Court of the THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, in-
attorney are set forth below, and for Taylor County, Florida. On
All creditors of the. descendant and October 19, 2005, the trial court entered-e
persons having claims or demands an order finding probable cause.-!f -no
against the descendant's estate must claimants appear within 20 days,.the _
file their claims with this court WITHIN Department will be seeking a final:o der 7
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE of forfeiture.
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR Dated: October 26, 2005 -
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE CHARLES J. CRIST, JR. '
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. ATTORNEY GENERAL -
All other creditors of the descendent ANTHONY ANDREWS
and persons having claims against the Assistant Attorney General
descendant's estate must their claims Office of the Attorney General .--
with this Court WITHIN, THREE MONTHS The Capitol, Suite PL-01
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1050
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, ALL 10/28,11/4- -
CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
DESCENDANTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TAYLOR
The date of the first publication of this COUNTY, FLORIDA n..ff
notice is CAPITAL CITY BANK, Plaintiff, -
Attorney for Personal Representative vs.
Neibra Washington Collins, Esquire WILLIAM H FRAMPTON,
Florida Bar No: 0000980 ANGELLIQUE L.:FRAMPTON,
528 East Park Aven ue TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA,
Tallahassee, Florida 32301 and UNKNOWN TENANT(S),
Telephone Number-850-577-1002 defendants
Personal Representative: NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CH4P EPR
Laura Carole Baoington NOTICE is given pursuant to a Ei.rtal
713 James Lee Road
Fort Walton Beach Florida 32547 Judgment of Foreclosure ddf:W--
Michael Toby Boyingtdn October 19, 2005, in Case No, ,5..C5i-
9120 Gulf Beach Highway CA, of the Circuit Court of the -T.id-:-
Pensacola, Florida 32507 Judicial, Circuit, in and for T.O,,.. C.nt,/.
1lorda. n-wncn ADIT AL CI r 7b-t..Ic


NOTICE OF COMPLAINT
TO: ANY AND ALL PERSONS WHO CLAIM
,AN INTEREST 'IN THE -FOLLOWING,
PERSONAL PROPERTY:
1998 FORD' ECONOLINE' VAN,
VIN:IFTEE14Y6JHA19961
NOTICE is given pursuant to Sections
932.703 and 932.704, Florida Statutes
(2005) that the DEPARTMENT OF
HIGHWAY SAFETY AND MOTOR VEHICLES
(Departme'nt), acting -r,o,:..r, ,r division,
the Florida Highway Patrol, seized the
above described personal property on
August 30, 2005, in Taylor County, Florida,
and is holding the personal property
pending the outcome of.forfeiture
proceedings. All persons or entitles who
have a legal interest in the subject
property may request a 'hearing


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ANGELIQUE L. FRAMPTON, TAY-NLOR:?"
COUNTY, FLORIDA and UNKNW-IN'-"'
TENANT(S), are the Defendants, I ;.* Ite. .
to the highest and best bidder forassh
at the west door of the Taylor County..
Courthouse in Perry, Taylor Coliaty,.:
'Florida at 11:00oam. on Nov. 22, 2005;.
the property set forth in the TirSol
Judgment of Foreclosure and more-
particularly described as follows:
Lot 9, Block 1, HOME A~F -'. rIC. '
SUBDIVISION, according to the mapor,-..
plot thereof as recorded in Plat Bo :1;
Page(s) 69, Public Records of Taytor.
County, Florida. .:- ,
DATED: October 20, 2005 -
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
10/28,11/04


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