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Weekend
Edition


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September 1-2, 2006


Tree Capital of the South


2 Sections Our 117th Year, No. 35


Fled VOP officers


Sexual


predator caught


News

Forum


'Roll to the polls'
Voters are reminded they can roll
to the polls" today (Fridayi and
Saturday for early'voting.
Early voting wraps up Saturday
afternoon at 5 p.m. Voting stations
are located in the Supervisor of
Elections office (located on the
second floor of the Taylor Counly
Courthouse).
Countywide voting for the Primary
Election will take place Tuesday,
Sept. 5. All 14 voting precincts will be
open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.: Precinct
1, First United Methodist Church,
Precinct 2, Taylor Technical Institute:
Precinct 3, Blue Creek Baptist
Church education building; Precinct
4. Salem Baptist Church; Precinct 5,
Steinhatchee Community Center;
Precinct 6, Shady Grove Adult
Literacy Center; Precinci 7, Johnson
Stripling Road Voting House;
Precinct, 8 United Paperworkers
Building; Precinct 9, Forest Capital
Hall Armory; Precinct,.10; Lakeside
Baptist, Church education building;
Precinct 11, Kelly Grade Voting
House; Precinct 12, Perry Shrine
building; Precinct 13, Jerkins
'Community Center; and Precinci 14,
Florida Highway Patrol Station.
Results will be posted Tuesday
evening at the courthouse and will be
featured in next Wednesday's Taco
Times.

Lost dog?
Taylor County Animal Control is
looking for the owner of four fox
hounds found. recently The shelter
also has one brindle Bulldog
.available for adoption. Please call
838-3525.

Hablo espanol?
The Taylor County Public Library is
planning to offer Spanish classes for
adults and older teens. Anyone-
interested in taking the class is asked
to call the library at 838-3512.

Seniors invited to
cruise meeting
Taylor County High School seniors
planning to participate in the parent-
sponsored cruise to Jamaica are
asked to meet Sunday, Sept. 3, at
6 p.m. The meeting will be held at
Antioch Baptist Church.

Classified deadline
Due to the Labor Day holiday, the
deadline for classified ads for
Wednesday's Taco' Times has
changed. Ads should be submitted to
Perry Newspapers, Inc., by 10 a.m.,
Tuesday, Sept. 5. The newspaper
office will be closed Monday.


Index,
Living...page A-4
Sports...page A-6
Religion...page A-7
Looking Back...page B-2
TV Listings...page B-3
Classifieds...page 5-6


A manhunt for a sexual predator
who fled from officers last Friday
ended Thursday afternoon when
Warren Justin Hall, 34, who was
serving probation for lewd and
lascivious acts on a child under 12
(the. victim was eight years old),
was captured.
On Aug. '25, Probation Officer
Kim Livingston determined that
Hall had committed a curfew
violation,, so she contacted law
enforcement to pick him up.
Hall came to the Jefferson Street
probation office with his ankle
bracelet on, and was given repeated
commands to stay in the office but
he fled
Around 11:30 that same


If doctors at the Florida 'State
Hospital in Chathahoochee have
their way, accused murderer Paul
William Brown, 24, may be
"conditionally released sometime
in the near future," to live in a
group home.
On July 13, 2001, officers with
the Perry Police Department were
called to the Brown home, where
they found Richard Carey Brown,
father of the defendant, shot in the
head with a shotgun.
According to reports filed with
PPD, Paul told officers at the scene


morning, Livingston and
Supervisor Robert Norton met with
Taylor County Sheriffs Office
Dep. Brian Hayden and told him
they had already been to Hall's
residence and he was not there.
The three then went to the home
of his mother and stepfather on
Reed Road (off Beach Road)..
Hayden went to the back of the
residence to make sure Hall could
not escape' through the backyard,
leaving Norton and Livingston in
the front yard.
"At this time, I observed Hall
looking out the sliding glass door
at the back of the residence," said
Hayden. "Hall was still inside, but
was looking directly at me.


"that he had shot his father," and
was placed in the county jail under
no bond.
According to information filed
with the State Attorney's Office,
"the death of Carey Brown was
perpetrated from a premeditated
design in the fact that the defendant
took the shotgun and another
weapon from their storage area and
ammno for the weapons from their
separate storage areas, loaded the
weapons and hid 'them in his
bedroom until he used the shotgun
to kill the victim."


S"I motioned and yelled for him to
come to me and that I was with the
sheriffs office, but he would not,"
Hayden added. "I notified dispatch
and TCSO Dep. Scott McKenzie,
who radioed and said he 'was
enroute.
"At this time, while I was in the
backyard covering the back of the
house, I heard Livingston yell,
'He's. running!', so I ran around the
trailer to see Hall about 50 yards
away from me, running across the
road into the woods, with Nortbof
and Livingston pursuing on foot,"
Hayden said.
After running about 250 yards in
pursuit, Hayden said he realized he
would not catch the convicted child


Assistant State Attorney David
Phelps asked the judge in writing
to deny bond to the defendant
because the crime was (1) a capital
felony; (2) defendant confessed;
(3) defendant was on probation for
theft; (4) based upon defendant's
statements that he "hears voices
and that's why he killed his father;
he is a danger to the community."
Brown was initially sent to the
state hospital for a brief period for
a competency review and was
". Please see page 3


molester, so he ran to his patrol car
and drove around the block,
attempting to locate him. During
this time, Norton marked where
Hall 'had entered the woods, so
there would be a scent trail for a
canine team.
McKenzie arrived, along with
TCSO Cpt. Audie Towles; Dep. Ed
Whiddon, Dep. Greg Gulbrandsen,
Inv. Donna Lee, Inv. Ray
Kellerman, personnel from the
Department of Corrections Canine
Team, FWC officers including
Canine Officer "Cricket" Bailey,
and Florida Highway Patrol
officers.
".* Please see page 2


Warren Hall


SOne motorcycle





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Doug Newman may be just one of the hundreds of motorcycle
enthusiasts pouring into Taylor County, but his motorcycle is
recognizable across the country with its signature shamrock
design.


By MARK VIOLA
Staff writer
The early hours of the 2006 .Gold
Wing Road Riders Association
(GWRRA) Southeastern Rally
looked less like a convention and
more like a family reunion.
If you. ask anyone thire6 they'd
probably* agree.
As the first of the expected
hundreds of motorcycle enthusiasts
began arriving in town Wednesday,
laughter filled the air and spirits
were high among the staff charged
with making, sure everything was
ready.
Between decorating the Forest
Capital Hall for their "patriotic
western" theme or setting up the
registration tables, friends hugged
friends and stories were swapped.
And everyone has a story.
Doug Newman of Land O' Lakes
has been with GWRRA since 1993,
the same year hebegan riding. -
"It's one of those things I wanted
to do," he said, "I got into
motorcycles because I wanted to
ride one in parades with the


Shriners."
Joining GWRRA was the
"natural" next step, he added. "It's
a good organization."
Since then, Newman has logged
more than 200,000 miles riding all,
over North America.
"I've ridden in 49 states and nine,
providence of Canada," he said
'proudly.
"My wife and I rode to Alaska
and back a couple of years ago."
He traveled with friends he'd met
through GWRRA from Florida and
Georgia. Newman took home the
award at the "Rally in the Midnight
Sun" for traveling the furthest.
He rides to many GWRRA
rallies, and won his current
motorcycle, a 2005 model, last
year in a raffle at the Florida
District Ralley held in Kissimmee.
When Newman, first began
riding, his wife would ride with
him, but that changed soon enough
when she got her own Gold Wing
to match her husband's.
It was around that time--1998--
that they came up with their


shamrock theme, which bespeckles
each of their motorcycles.
Why shamrocks?.
"Well, we both have a little bit of
Irish in us," Newman said,
although he admitted "not a lot.
"But being Irish is fun," he
added irT a snule. "It also draws
attention."
Once, while driving through'
Yukon, Canada, someone
recognized the designs and stopped
Newman at a hotel to tell him he'd
-seen them in Houston, Texas.
Bill Gulley from Alabama has
been in GWRRA for 15 years, but
has been riding motorcycles .for
more than 30.
He was drawn to Gold Wings
because of their quiet ride.
"They have just about everything
a car does," he beamed.
'His surely does. Gulley's bike
has a AM/FM radio, but it also
sports a six-CD changer, CB radio
and headsets for communication
between rider and passenger.
".* Please see page 2


To Christina Frances



FSU awards degree posthumously


Florida State University recently
awarded a Bachelor of Science
degree posthumously to Christina
Elizabeth Coleman Frances,
formerly of Perry, who was killed
in a traffic accident on June 13.
The degree, awarded during
commencement exercises at the
Leon County Civic Center,
acknowledged Frances' double
major in English literature and
nursing; she was scheduled to


graduate from FSU. in the
fall.
Frances was the third generation
of FSU graduates in her family.
Theta Chauncey Finch Martin, her
grandmother, graduated from
Florida State College for Women
(FSCW) in 1926 and is
remembered as "one of the'dining
room girls."
Frances' great aunt, Myra
Chauncey Mercer, graduated from


Florida State College for Women
in 1929.
Frances' mother, Barbara Finch
Coleman, graduated from Florida
State University in 1989.
Frances worked as a nurse in the
emergency room of Capital
Regional Medical Center in
Tallahassee. Her husband, Larry
Frances, is a paramedic for Leon
County Emergency Medical
Services.


" 11 .


Accused murderer to be



released to group home?







A-2 Perry News-Herald September 1-2, 2006


For administrator



County selects 5 for interviews


Hundreds of bikes are expected to parade from Forest Capital
Park to downtown Perry tonight (Friday), starting at 7 p.m.


The Taylor County Commission
will invite five candidates for
county administrator to undergo
interviews.
That's after commissioners
shortened the list of applicants
during a special meeting held
Wednesday.
Including two additional
candidates received after last
week's regular board meeting,
commissioners reviewed 14
applications for the position.
County Administrator Buddy
Humphries announced in May that
he would not renew his contract
which was originally due to expire
at the end of this month.
He has since agreed to stay uhtil
30 days after his replacement has
been hired, but no later than Dec.
31.
County human resources will
now perform reference checks on
the applicants.
This was recommended by
Commission Chairman Daryll
Gunter last week after 'he stated
that during the last county
administrator search some
credentials had been falsified. '
Gunter and Commissioner Pat
Patterson were unable to attend


Wednesday's special meeting.
Commissioners will decide at
their regular board meeting
scheduled for Thursday, Sept.. 7,
when they will conduct the
interviews.
The applicants will be paid for
their travel per State of Florida
guidelines.
The 'five remaining candidates
are:
Lyndon L. Bonner of Ocala


who last worked as city manager.
for the City of Bunnell, from May
2002 until July 2006.
James P. Gallagher of Winter
Haven, who last held the position
of town manager for the Town of
Dundee from January of 2004 to
May of 2006.
Jacquelin K. Wilson of'
Tallahassee, who currently is
marketing director for The Builder
News, a position she had held since


March.
Glenn A. Irby of Clermont,
who last was senior director of
staff services for the Lake County
Sheriffs Office from January 2005
to August 2006.
John A. Minor of Coral
Springs, who is currently
human resources officer for
Broward County,. a position
he has held since June
2005.


Manhunt halted due to rain


PREDATOR
Continued from page 1


"I was instructed to watch the
residence in case Hall attempted to
return," said Hayden.
"The step-father disconnected
the battery cable from the battery
on Hall's truck and I put the
emergency brake on and blocked
the tires with cement
blocks."
The manhunt went on until
around 6:30 p.m. but was called off
because rain, which had begun


earlier, had washed away Hall's
scent and there were no more leads
as to his whereabouts.
On Thursday, Lee, along with
the U. S. Marshals Office North
Florida Fugitive Task Force, with
help from a family member, was
(able to locate Hall and convince
him to return to the same home he
escaped from and turn, himself
in.
Officials close to the case said
during the initial escape, the
stepfather : .intefered with.
Hall's arrest by impeding officers


Gulle: 4,200 miles in 10 days


ONE MOTORCYCLE
Continued from page 1
And he makes use of it.
Gulley left home on June 4,
traveling through South Dakota,
Colorado and Idaho and
everywhere in between.
"I rode 4,200 miles in 10 days,"
he said.
During the last 15 years, just a
few of his destinations have


included New York City, Niagara
Falls, Washington, .D.C., and
Grapevine, Texas.
While some of his trips are
strictly vacation, most of the time
he travels to GWRRA rallies across
the southeast.
S Gulley serves at the GWRRA
district director for Alabama.
Under him is a staff of 24
volunteers ranging from two
husband and wife team assistant


directors to recruitment and
education officers.
Like most members, Gulley
described the organization as "one
big family.
"We have friends from all over
the world we wouldn't have
otherwise met," he said.
Ellen Hamilton agrees. She,
along with her husband,' serves as
Gulley's assistant director.
Hamilton, who lives in


Montgomery, Ala., has been with
GWRRA for 12 years.
Her husband got her into
motorcycles and in 1988 bought
his first Gold Wing.
Today, she rides her own three-
wheeled variety.
"We joined the local chapter (of
GWRRA) and have been involved
ever since.
"We're excited about being in
Perry," she said.


Before the interstates were
completed in Florida, she and her
husband would drive along
Highway 27 northward through
Perry from their home in
Miami.
"I hope that doesn't date me," she
added with a laugh.
"This is a wonderful group,"
Hamilton said of the organization.
"We're one big, huge extended
family. That's what we love."


from entering his home where
the fugitive was located.
Lee said charges will be brought
against the man for his part in, the
escape and warns that "anyone
who interferes with an arrest of a
wanted person will also be
arrested. Even relatives are not
immune. The word should be out,
'We do not let sexual offenders run
loose in this county.'"


Parade of Bikes

& Street Dance

Friday, Sept. 2
Downtown Perry

7 p.m.
Parade of Bikes
(starts at Forest Capital Halt)

followed by

Street Dance
(Music by 92.1 FM)


9 p.m.
Lighted Bike Show


Saturday, September 2nd at 6pm


Channel 3







To get the game, pick up your equipment at the Comcast office located at 217 E. Green Street.
We'll be open on Saturday from 4pm-6pm for your convenience.
Call Comcast for more details.


C mcastS


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A-3 Perry News-Herald September 1-2, 2006


Release would be conditional


ACCUSED MURDERER
Continued from page 1
found to be incompetent to stand
trial on April 8, 2002.
He returned to the Taylor County
Jail in Sept 2002. Circuit Judge
James "Roy" Bean ordered another
review by a different doctor, who
found Brown to be competent,
meaning that he understood his
charges and could assist his
attorney in his defense.
Based on the opinions of three
different doctors who saw Brown,
it was determined during the next
few months that Brown was insane
at the time of the murder and could
not have known the results of his
actions, according to Phelps.
Brown was ruled not guilty by
reason of insanity and ordered into
the maximum security section of
the Florida State Hospital, on an
involuntary basis.
In June 2006, doctors with the
hospital sent a report saying Brown
no longer met the criteria for
involuntary commitment.
A hearing was held on July 31,
when Brown's attorney filed a
motion to determine the placement
of Brown. Judge Bean also had a
change to review the hospital's

'Rowdy'Rotary
BBQ will benefit
March of Dimes
The annual Rowdy Girl/Rotary
Club community cookout
benefiting the March of Dimes
will be held Friday, Sept. 8, at City
Park.
BBQ chicken dinners will be
served from 12 to 1:30 p.m.
Delivery is available with advance
reservations by calling 584-5366.
"We would like to thank
Goodman's BBQ, Bumrns Funeral
Home and Coca-Cola for their'
assistance with this event,"
organizer Dawn Taylor said.
Tickets are available at the
Perry/Taylor County Chamber, of
Commerce.


recommendation.
Phelps argued that he didn't want
to take the word of the hospital
doctors, so Bean ordered a doctor
who had previously seen Brown to
re-examine him.
Phelps said he has not heard
from the doctor as of yet, but when
he submits his -report, another
hearing will be held to decide
Brown's fate--staying in the
hospital or partly re-entering


society by living in a group home
under restrictions.
Phelps said that if Brown does
go to a group home (or a half-way
house), he would be closely
monitored. "It would be a
conditional release with a less strict
environment. They would watch
him to see how he does, but if he
violates any conditions, he would
be picked up and returned to the
hospital."


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A-4 Perry News-Herald September 1-2, 2006


TCHS twirlers for 2006
The football field will sparkle when the 2006-07 Taylor County High School majorette
squad twirls its way to the 50-yard line. Majorettes include: (front row, from left)-Suzan
Trujillo, Ashley Batton (captain) and Martine Brown; (back row) Natalie Ricketson, Beth
Southerland, Rachel Heartsfield, Andrea Lundy and Stephanie Handley.


Solomons mark
50th anniversary
on September 16
David and Kaye Solomon will
celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary on Saturday, Sept. 16,
2006, with a reception from 2 until
4 p.m. in the fellowship hall of the
First Baptist Church in Perry.
David is director of missions for
the Taylor Baptist Association,
and Kaye is a retired nurse and
volunteer, currently serving as
administrative assistant at
Covenant Hospice in Tallahassee.
Their children are David Kim
Solomon, his wife Robin
Solomon; Daniel Solomon;
Deborah Skinner and husband
Eddie. They have five
grandchildren: Brannon Solomon,
David Solomon, Savannah
Skinner, Alexandria Skinner and
Elaine Solomon.
The couple's children and their
families are hosting the reception
and cordially invite family and
friends to celebrate with them. No
gifts, please; "your love and
friendship is a treasured gift
forever."


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right): Taylor McCroan, co-captain, and Marybeth Cla'k, captain; (middle row) Brittany
Phillips, Stephanie Tuten, Cristin Howell, Shon Anderson, Katie Johnson, Kristina Wald and
Melanie McAfee; (back row) Kaylee Akins.

Elect CU


DianFor
County Commissioner District II


Dear District II Voters,
As the primary election draws near, I want to pause and
take this opportunity to thank you for your encouragement
and support throughout the campaign period. You have


greeted me with kindness, welcomed me into your homes and shared your concerns and
ideas for the future of our community. I have drawn strength and inspiration from each
of you and made friendships that will last a lifetime. I have not spoken to all of you yet,
therefore I humbly ask for yourvote and support in the Democratic Primary on Tuesday,


September 5.


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"September is the time we can
begin to plant some of our fall
bulbs, rhizomes, corms and
tuberous plants," reminds Clay
Olson, Taylor County Extension
Agent.
"Among those we include the
amaryllis, Aztec lily, calla, crinum
lily, iris, kaffir lily, moraea,
narcissus, alpinia, spider lily and
zephyr lily."
Olson says it's also time to cut
back those annuals that are looking
bad--the cosmos, dianthus, dusty
miller, gaillardia, lobelia,
nicotianaa, phlox, strawflower and
Sweet William. "That way you can
prepare for fall plantings of cold
hardy annuals to put in, beginning
in October," Olson said.
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which form their flowers in the
early fall so you don't' delay their
normal flower cycles," said Olson,
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Plan now

It's forest

festival

season!
Everyone is reminded that
registration is. currently underway
for many of the 51st annual
Florida Forest Festival activities.
Working on a float for the King
Tree Parade? Planning on racing
in the bed race? Showcasing your
creative talents in the arts and
crafts _l.h '
En r.i form-i f.o'r .ill fe i\ l
e\ent'. are a'.ailable ar the Florida
"Foresi Fe'ti\al office located .it
the chamber of conmnierce For
more information, call 5-4-TREE.


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Cerissa Crain
invites everyone
to come see her at her
new location beginning
Tuesday, Sept. 5
Appearance
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The machine in the above photo, a Cool Mate Ill, is'a coolant which attaches to a standard welder, lowering the temperature
so that aluminum can be welded. Shown above are, back row, from left, Jody Roberts of RDS, Todd Brearley of Miller Electric,
Mike Mincy of CDI and Dave Peacock from Airgas. Kneeling, from left, are Tim Brown, welding instructor, and Izell Montgomery,
TTI Industry Service Coordinator.

New welding course at TTI
Thanks to the generosity of three companies themselves if they Roberts of RDS, Dave Peacock of
local companies, Taylor County would provide money to purchase Airgas and Todd Brearley of Miller
.iA;-i,,, f.ntq ,..n -,,, 1, or'o th-e machine eaid Montonmerv electric steppnned upn to the plate." he


welUii ng sLL uL iL ents can now arn l
aluminum welding, a craft which
has never been formally taught
before here.
Taylor Technical .Institute (TTI)
Industry Service Coordinator Izell
Montgomery said there are six
companies in Taylor County which
use mainly aluminum welding,
with a combined workforce of
between 500-600 workers.. .
A lot of times, when they hired
welders, they had to be taught how
weld aluminum, because of the
difference in welding steel, he said.
There was just one problem
though--no money for the
machines were available through
the school district, Montgomery
said.
Taylor County Economic
Developer Rick Breer, welding
instructor Tim Brown and
MontgorierN meti and discu.ssed
the matter
"The only logical decision ite
could corrie up \ith \'.as to ask the


"It was sort of like,...if you buy
them, we will teach the craft to the
students. It seemed like a win-win
situation," he added.
All the companies were
contacted and two, RDS and CDI
decided to donate $500 each, along
with Miller Electric, a supplier of
welding products. Airgas supplied
a bottle of gas and other welding
supplies.
TTI now has three Cool Mate III'
machines, a water-cooled
circulation machine which attaches
to the welder, so temperatures will
not be as hot as required for
welding steel.
"This has been a project that has
been kicked around for a long
time," said Montgomery. "There
was a long-term identified need for
this because of the industries in our
communii\ and the number iheN
emplo)
"\e camet loeether and asked.
and Nike NMinci ot CDI. Jod\


added.
Brown agreed.
"As welding instructor at TTI,"
he said, "I have seen ,a need for
students to learn how to weld
aluminum. Our welding shop had
been set up for carbon steel and
stainless welding, MIG and TIG
both.
"With the donations which were
given, we are now able to teach
aluminum welding, which will
help our students in this
community and other places they
might seek welding employment,"
Brown said. '"I run a disciplined
program at TTI, teaching
employability skills. I know what
employers want and try to teach the
students a craft so when then leave
from here, they can go out there
and get a job. Aluminum welding
needed to be taught ai TTI It'_
goin, 2 Lo be g0ood for the s.choo! and
stndentr, but it s goinL to be ,ood
for thie co'inlliuiil\. [oo."


WA RUDOLPH

PARKER
For County Commissioner District 4


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Thanks to the many of you who have been so supportive of
my candidacy.
To those of you who have decided to vote for me, I send my'
sincere thanks. For those of you who- are at this point
undecided, I ask that you talk to someone who knows me
before you make a final decision. I feel that I am well qualified
by experience and temperament to serve you and will
appreciate the opportunity to do so.
If elected, I pledge to at all times maintain a kind and cooperative attitude toward the,
people I serve and with the agencies that we depend upon for help. Without a cooperative
and trusting relationship, we will never be able to achieve maximum desirable result|
for our county.
DEDICATED TO OUR COMMUNITY
School Board 2 terms Youth 4-H program longtime
Taylor County Development Authority 6 years Suwannee River Resource Conservationr
Taylor County Soil & Water Board 20 years & Development Council over 10 years :
Taylor County Farm Bureau Director over 15 years
Please help me so that I can help you.


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Sports


A-6 Perry News-Herald September 1-2, 2006


Keaton Bea

Fishing Repc



Trout bitE
By PAT McGRIFF
Pne More Cast Guide Service
,- Trout fishing was good this past
week for several who went out
Between thunderstorms.
The rains had no real pattern; as
'from day to day, it might storm at
9: a.m. or 3 p.m. or right after
;daylight; Jike it did for Cal
;Beanblossom and Stewart Jones of
Sylvester, Ga.
They came down last week only
-to have to wait 'til 11 a.m. to get
:::out and catch a limit of trout on
.Bite-A-Bait plugs, Assassin
-electric chicken sea shads and live
pinfishh under 2.5-inch oval
:,* Cajuns. Cal said they concentrated
'..on water 6-7 feet deep and had to
-.3ceep moving to run from the rain.
Bob and Debbie Edwards came
down from Live Oak to catch their
limit of trout and one redfish
-while fishing with Cajtiin
'Thunders and live pinfish. Bob
said they fished from 3.5 ft. on the
high tide, to over 10 feet deep,
during the low.
Josh Revels and Josh Boyd of
Tifton, Ga., had their limit of
speckled trout on Saturday and
Sunday up to 22 inches long,
while fishing with Berkley Gulp
Shrimp in the 4-inch size in New
Penny. This Josh duo was jigging
:off the bottom in 8-10 feet of
water Sunday.
Sunday, also some more folks
from Tifton, David Bosch, Peng
and Calvin Chee, along with Don
Stockwell of Valdosta, Ga.,
managed nine nice trout, up to
23 inches long while fishing with
live pinfish under 2.5-inch oval
:-:'Cajun Thunders from 7 feet of
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shortened trip with Chuck Kessler
and his grandson Tim from
Valdosta, and we brought in 6
trout to 19 inches while fishing
with Assassin's Shrimp Cocktail
(grumplestilskin) and live pinfish
under a 2.5-inch oval Cajun. We
also landed two blues and a nice
13 inch black sea bass.
I field-tested some new
suspending "fighters" from Bite-A-
Bait and picked a couple of
winners from the new design from
Charles Kori of Bite-A-Bait.
One was a green back with
rainbow sides and I had some great
luck on it while I dared to throw
it. First cast a nice two plus
pound trout struck and didn't take.
Next cast landed a 17-inch keeper
trout. Then a Spanish cut the plug
off and I figured it was lost?
Nope, it floated up and I retied it
on and then next caught a small
blue. I waited a bit figuring they
had cut me off and then caught a
Spanish.
I followed with a short trout
then another cut off. I watched the
fish flash off to the left then
miraculously the plug floated back
up! I put it up and can't wait for
cooler water, so I can fish the plug
in shallower water as I was in 6
and a half feet of water with ii
Sunday! I tried one other new
plug, which I call caramel candy.
and caught a keeper trout on the
third cast...so I just put that one
up and called it a good test! I will
keep you updated when the plugs
are available.
It's Labor Day weekend, so be
especially careful out there, and if
you are trying to scallop fly uour
DIVE FLAGS! It's the LAW!
No report from offshore this
week.


Register now for


fall soccer season


The Perry Soccer Association
announces registration for its
upcoming fall soccer program.
Registration' begins Aug. 24 and
goes through Sept. 1. Kids, ages 4
through 15 are eligible to
participate. The cost is $35 per
player.
The under-16 and under-14
leagues will begin play Sept. 18.
All other age groups will start the
season Oct. 30.
All games this season will be
played at the new sports complex
on U.S. 19 North.
Registration forms may be
picked up at Thomas Chevrolet.


TCHS vs. Chiles tonight
Chad Ellis, (3) puts a stop on a runner during recent
Taylor County High football action. The Bulldogs travel to
Tallahassee-Chiles tonight for their second game of the 2006.
season. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.
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Michael Davis was visiting his
Perry and caught his first speckled
fishing with Pat McGriff of One More


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trout. The youngster was
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For more information, contact
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I can help!


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GOALS AS TAYLOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
/Creale a better working relationship between county government and the citizens.
,/Support youth programs and the continued development of the sports complex.
/Make the county government more proactive.
/To entice new businesses to move to Taylor County.
VTo help existing businesses retain and employ more people.
ITo increase the infrastructure ile; police, fire protection, roads) in the county.
Don't Forget to Vote on
September 5, 2006- Democratic Primary &
November 7, 2006 General Election
REMEMBER, YOUR VOTE COUNTS!
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Religion


A-7 Perry News-Herald September 1-2, 2006


Want to learn more about the Catholic faith?


Classes for adults begin Sept. 10
The Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception is holding Rite of
Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A.) classes for anyone interested in
learning more about the Catholic faith.
These classes, which begin on Sept. 10, will be held on Sunday
mornings at 9 in the church rectory. Please call 584-3169 to register, or for
more information. The church is located at 750 S. Byron Butler Parkway.
Monthly gospel sing is Saturday
Perry First Church of God, located on Highway 221 North, will host its
monthly gospel sing on Saturday, Sept. 2, at 7 p.m. Featured groups will
include New Horizon, Roger Quick and Crimson Flow.
Snacks will be served at 5:30 p.m.
A separate and special love offering will be taken for Nansi Fields, a
young Taylor County woman who was badly burned on her legs in a
housefire two months ago. She will be out of work for several months and
has extensive medical bills.
Everyone is invited to enjoy the gospel music while supporting "a very
worthy cause."
Divorce recovery groups forming
Divorce recovery groups for children, youth and adults will begin at
First Baptist Church "as soon'as interest is shown!" Individuals interested
in participating should contact Eleanor L. Grubbs at 584-6325.
For adults, the theme is "A Time For Healing--Coming to Terms with
Your Divorce." Classes are also available for children in grades 1-6, and
youth in seventh through 12th grades.


Obituaries,
Darreri Mathew
Kalishek
Darren Mathew Kalishek, 34, of
Steinhatchee, died Aug. 28, 2006,
at his home.
A native of Chelsea, Mich., he
had moved from Lakeland to
Steinhatchee in June of 1986. He
served in the U.S. Navy during the
Gulf War, and was stationed at
Pearl Harbor as a member of the
submarine division. He also
worked as a laborer in the masonry
and construction business. Mr.
Kalishek was Catholic.
Survivors include: his mother,
Rose Salvante, and step-father,
Joseph Salvante, of Steinhatchee;
two brothers, Bryan Scott
Kalishek and Craig Robert
Kalishek, both of Steinhatchee;
one sister, Ann Marie Rose Ritter
of Steinhatchee; two step-sisters,
MTrg -I NMcCaiin of Plainfield,
)- N.J., and Mary Burton of
Philadelphia, Pa.; three nieces; .one
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Support Your

Local Churches


Is English your second language?
Classes will begin again this fall for persons for whom English is a
second language. Eleanor L. Grubbs is the contact person and may be
reached at 584-6325.
The classes, which will be held in the First Baptist Church annex on
Main Street, are scheduled for Mondays beginning Sept. 11 from 8 a.m.
until 10 a.m. ; and Thursdays, beginning Sept. 14, with three time slots: 8-
10 a.m., 3-5 p.m., and 7-9 p.m. Open enrollment will be allowed
throughout the school year, Grubbs said. "To register, please -leave your
name and phone number so your call can be returned."
Men's Day celebration is Sunday
St. Peter's Primitive Baptist Church will celebrate Men's Day on the
second Sunday of the month, Sept. 10. Elder Chester Davis invites
everyone to 11 a.m. services.
Coming soon...David & Rusty
The nationally known, gospel-singing ventriloquist team, David &
Rusty, will host a family crusade at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church Sunday,
Oct. 1, at 6 p.m., and then Monday-Thursday, Oct. 2-5, at 7 p.m. Pastor
Billy Gipson urges Taylor Countians to. mark their calendars for this
crusade and to plan to attend. The church is located at 2975 Pisgah Road.

CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2959 Golf Course Rd.
Sunday Worship Services .
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10:45 am Morning Worship
6:00 pm Evening Worship
8:00 pm Adult Choir Practice


Wednesday
SDiscipleship Training 6:00 pm
Programs & Bible Study for all ages
Bring the Whole Family


Calvary Baptist Youth meet each Monday Night 6:00 pm.
All area youth are invited.


WANTED
Lost Souls
Jesus Christ said, "I am The Way, The Truth,
and The Life. No one comes to the father,
except by Me!" John 14:6
Please respond to
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"A Place to Call Home"


Sunday Services
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship


Wednesday Services'
7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Mission. Activities
Hwy. 27 584-5688
Steven Ruff, pastor


St. Johns Christian
Fellowship


Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.


Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Study/Prayer Meeting


Nrirser\ aind ChlCiiten's Iitistn- Provided
(located at the intersection of Puckett Rd. and Golf Course Rd.)
Mark McElfresh, pastor 584-7251


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302 N. Jefferson St. Perry, Fl. (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460
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Rev. Slade Crawford, Pastor .

Perry First Church of God
Sunday School 10:00 10:45
.- .. Worship Service 11:00 12:00
*. Children's Church 11:00 12:00
SSunday Night
Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
C .... hoir Practice 6:00 6:45
Nursery provided with adult supervision 9:45-12:00 Sunday Service 7:00- 8:00


Mike Hicks, pastor
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992


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2006 Pall Seas



Networks take a big risk


By John Crook
Zap2it
The sign of the times reads: To
Be Continued.
That's true, at least, in the 2006
fall TV season, where an
unprecedented number of new
shows 'feature story lines that
unfold gradually, instead of in
more traditional, self-contained
episodes.
This new trend bucks
conventional wisdom, which
suggests that serialized shows are a
bad risk. A hit prime-time soap like


hiatus, about a cop trying to solve a
murder mystery while reliving the
same day over and over.
The Alphabet network even has
three serialized comedies on tap:
"Big Day," which tracks mounting
disasters leading up to a' lavish
wedding; "The Knights of
Prosperity," about a band of
goofballs planning to rob Rolling
Stone Mick Jagger; and "Notes
From the Underbelly," which
charts a young couple's first
pregnancy.
McPherson insists he didn't


The success of ABC's lost has sparked the wave of new serials.


"Desperate Housewives" may pull
in blockbuster ratings for a new
episode, but the Nielsen basement
drops out for repeats, meaning that
the network gets less bang for its
buck. For the same reason,
serialized shows tend to be far less
successful in syndication than
more episodic series.
If a serialized show is a breakout
hit from the get-go, like ABC's
"Housewives," "Lost" or "Grey's
Anatomy," that's well and good;
but such shows often have a harder
time building audiences, as they
rrore-s. since new viewers often
think they won't be able to pick up
a i':.r that is in progress.
G.j cii all those risk factors, ABC
Entertainment president Stephen
McPherson has raised quite a few
eyebrows by greenlighting a fall
lineup in which serialized
programs outnumber shows With
self-contained programming:- .., .,
Among ABC's new open-ended
,!'eiri-n, ."The Nine," which
slowly reveals what happened to a
group of hostages during a botched
bank robbery; "Six Degrees," a
I lh look at interlinking lives in
Manhattan; "Ugly Betty," a
dramedy adapted from a Spanish-
language telenovela about' an ugly
duckling working as an executive
assistant at a fashion magazine;
and "Day Break," which premieres
in late.. fall when "Lost" goes on


Obituaries
S(Cgntinued frorr page 7)
n phel-.; and a host of aunts,
uficlesland cousins.
Ftirieral services will be held
Saturday, Sept. 2, at 12 noon at the
Catholic Church of the
Imr,_im.icuiLate Conception with
F other Crawford officiating.
Family members will receive
friends today, Sept. 1, from 6-9
p:m. and Saturday from 9-11,a.m.
at Joe P; Burns Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may -be made to St. Judes
Children's Hospital, 501. St. Jude
Place, Memphis, TN 38105.
Burns Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

Peggy Jean Edwards
Peggy Jean Edwards, 57, of
Perry, died Aug. 28,_ 2006, in,
Tallahassee.
A native of Texas, Mrs. Edwards
* had resided in Perry for the past 27
years. She was a member of New
Home Baptist Church in Sirmans
as' well as a CNA nursing
aide/secretary with Marshall
Health and Rehabilitation for 21
years.
Survivors include: her father,
Marion Oliver and step-mother
Faye Oliver of Log Cabin, Texas;
two sons, Aaron Edwards of
Madison and Anthony Edwards of
Perry; two daughters, Christina
Hathaway of Perry and Malissa
Salaz of Colorado; one brother,
George Oliver of Texas; five
sisters, Dianne Chestnutt, Janice
C'. i, : Susan Vandiver, Patty.
Thompson and Evelyn Oliver, all
S:'. and six grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Aaron A. Edwards.
Funeral services were held
Tl J.Ii,-J..,, Aug. 31, at 10 a.m. at
., .. Funeral Home. Interment
will follow at Pisgah Cemetery.
Family members received
friends Wednesday from 5 until 9
p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home,
which was in charge of
arrangements.


make a calculated decision to load
his schedule with so many
serialized shows.
"We went with the best shows
that we had," he says. "You know,
we tried to develop some ... really
closed-end procedurals, but that's a
tough assignment right now.
The. $ -bee t, played out with the
franchising of 'Law & Order' and
'CSI' across the board.
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They're difficult in terms of the
repeat schedule, so that's why
we've done some things like 'Lost'
and 'Day Break' (sharing a time
period)."
The ABC president shrugs off
the notion that viewers are
reluctant to join a serialized show
already in progress.
"That's the assignment of
marketing, and ... you've got .to
make sure you sustain and have an
idea that people understand they
can join the experience along the
way," McPherson says. "I think
you saw that in the second season
of 'Lost.' ... The marketing efforts
in the beginning of last season
brought a whole new viewership
in."
Still, other network executives
fret that canceling a low-rated
serialized drama can produce a
sense of betrayal among the ill-
fated program's viewers. If any
viewer is upset when a favorite
show is axed, he can become
absolutely enraged if the
cancellation leaves him hanging-
Just ask Peter Liguori, the
entertainment president at Fox,
where the hit "24" is a sterling
example of serialized success, but
where the. complex murder
mystery called "Reunion" tanked
embarrassingly early last fall.
"Given the proliferation ... of
serialized shows, I think all of us
have to ask the question: What do
we do if these shows don't work?"
says Liguori, who has only a single -
new serialized drama -- the
kidnap/conspiracy drama
"Vanished" -- on his fall schedule.


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"It's not an idea that we like to
think about going into a season,
but frankly, we do have to have
some plans that say: If these shows
don't work, how do we wrap them
up? How do we give the audience
some satisfaction? ... Because if
some of these (new) serialized
shows are canceled and there's no
explanation, no satisfaction, I'd
have fear for next year when a
bunch of serialized shows come
out," Liguori says. "Will audiences
now be really gun-shy about
committing to these shows?"
Even CBS Entertainment
president Nina Tassler, who thinks
viewers witch or don't watch a
show based on its quality, not its
storytelling format, suggests that
networks may turn more often to
other platforms such as online and
home video to placate frustrated
fans.
"No programmer wants to (tick


review


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off) their audience," says Tassler,
whose fall schedule includes two
serialized show, the doomsday
drama "Jericho" and the taut heist
drama "Smith."
"It's clearly the case of creating
and building viewer loyalty. That's
why we do what we do," she says.
"When (a show fails), that's
unfortunate. But if anything, in this
climate right now, with as many
different changes that are
happening in multiplatform, there
may be opportunities to provide
resolution to audiences ... on
shows that don't continue to
broadcast."
Trying to pull his network out of
fourth place in the ratings, race,
NBC Entertainment president
Kevin Reilly has the high-concept,
high-risk serialized fantasy. series
"Heroes" on liis fall: schedule,
along with "Kidnapped" and.
"Studio, 60 on the Sunset Strip,


"both of which have heavy
serialized elements.
Reilly .knows he irked some
sci-fi fans last season by not
renewing "Surface." He also
yanked the caper drama "Heist"
after just a few episodes.
"In the case of 'Surface,' that did
have closure," Reilly says. "We did
air a final episode. In the case of
'Heist,' although I thought it was
very promising, it didn't take, and
we wrote personal letters to the
two viewers who were watching.
"We don't like (ticking off) the
customers. I get the e-mails, OK? I
wake up in the morning and I get,
'Dear Moron.' That takes a toll, but
that's the nature of television.
When.yoiu're taking risks, you hope
you'(really.) take 'a.risk. You may
end of up with 'Heist,' or you may
end up with 'Lost' or 'My Name Is
Earl.'
"I'd rather risk the upside."


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Carlton
The 33rd annual Thomas Lee Carlton Family Reunion will be held
Saturday, Sept. 2, at the Perry First Church of God beginning at 10:30
a.m. A covered dish lunch will be shared at 12:30 p.m. The event will
include the traditional Carlton auction and special announcements.
Morgan/Wilson
The annual Morgan/Wilson Family Reunion will be held Saturday,
Sept. 2, at Forest Capital Hall with lunch at 12:15 p.m. 'An auction will
get underway at 1:15 p.m. Plates, cups, forks, napkins and ice will be
furnished; everyone is invited to attend.


Karate gold
Sensei Jimmy Bowden of the Shotovan Karate Dojo in Perry recently took
two students, Jeremiah Owens and Blake Rathlff to the Florida Karate Games,
2006, held in Miami. They came back with four medals. Owens won the gold in
Kumite and Kata in the intermediate division and Ratliff brought home gold in
Kata and a silver medal in Kumite in the beginner division. Bowden also
served as a referee during the games.
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Editor's Note: The Taylor County Historical Society continued
its salute to Taylor County "real pioneers--the trailblazers" in the
third installment of its "They Were Here" series. The volume was-,-,.
originally published in August 1974 and saw its fifth printing in
Novemember 1999. ,


Perry Elementary, 1969-70.
Remember the fifth grade? To help jog your memory, we look at this 1969-70 pohtograph from Perry Elementary School.
Fifth grade teacher Mrs. Frances McGlocklin is shown with (starting from the left): (Row 1) Ann Capell, Dicky Chapman,
Charles Edwards and Ann Carmichael; (Row 2) Patricia Jackson, Debbie Parker, Teresa Ogilvie, Marsha Glickman, Larry
Fletcher, Clayton Haywood and Clay Freeman; (Row 3) Laura ;Reams, Jody Hingson, Sandra Morgan, Howard Huff, Marilyn
Meissner, Robert Morgan and Cindy Bryant; (Row 4) Sam Thomley, Frank Anderson, Martha Seymour, Stevie Pierce, Billy
Swearingen and Earl Parker; and (Row 5) Sharon Willis, Shirley Stephens, Tony Tanner, Terri Staats and John Padgett.


E.J. and Miley
(Grubbs) Courtney
1861-1924, 1866-1929
Edgar James Courtney was one
of the early settlers and he
married Miss Miley Martha
Grubbs, also a member 'of an
early'Taylor County family. Thex
were the parents of nine children:
Mamie Martha (Mrs. Walter
Wright), John W., Eddie (died in
infancy), Tamsey (Mrs. James
Leroy Towles), Laura Alice (N Irs.
Thomas A. Toole), James Edgar,
Foy Lee (Mrs. George C.
Gamble), Loye Jane (died at age
6) and C.T. "Ed" Courtney, \%ho
operated a plantation north'.est
of Perry, a part of which is
currently within the city limits of
Perry. Included in the operations
was the famous Courtney grist
mill which was located where
Springdale later existed. He wvas
a member of the Perry Masonic
Lodge and-served on the Taylor
County School Board and as
county commissioner at different
periods of his long and useful
life. He also was an active factor
in the success of the Ta. lor
County Fair, as well as taking a
leading part ih all matters of
county development.


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THE PERRY
SNEWS-HERALD
September 2, 1971

MAYOR DECLARES WAR
ON OUTDOOR PLUMBING
Mayor Johnnie Livingston
announced "all-out war" on
violators of the city sanitary code
and stated that violators who fail to
take steps to eliminate the
estimated 200 outdoor privies in
the city after notice was received
would be prosecuted to the full
extent of the law.
"I believe in being reasonable
about this situation," the mayor
said. "It didn't develop overnight,
but it's been allowed to linger and
nothing's been done about it for the
past 15 years. It's for the
betterment If the community and a.
higher standard of living
conditions."

CO-CHAIRMEN UNVEIL
ADULT BALL PLANS
The D.B.J.'s of Valdosta were
signed to appear at the adult ball
scheduled for Oct. 30 as a climax
to the 16th Annual Florida Forest
Festival.
Co-chairmen of the gala affair
are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newport


gCance at tlepast


*(Phyllis) and Mr. and Mrs. Olison
Wheeler (Eadrene).
The D.B.J.'s were a ell-kno,: n
group who had appeared
throughout North Florida and
Georgia and, according to the
chairmen, played music "from the
40s to the present."
Beauty queens from all over the
southeast as well as the new
festival queen to be chosen Oct.
21, would be formally presented
during the evening.

WEDDING BELLS
Bolton-Sheppard
Miss Janeen LaVeme Bolton
became the bride of Jerry Sheppard
in an 8 p.m. ceremony. Setting for
the wedding was the Cypress
Room of the Skylark Restaurant.
The Rev. A. L. Leggett, pastor of
Grace Methodist Church, was the
officiating minister.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Bolton and
granddaughter. of Mr. and Mrs. F.
H. Bolton, all of Perry.

ENGAGEMENT TOLD
Wincey-Register
Mrs. James Shelley Wincey
announced the engagement of her
daughter, Carol Sue, to Shelton
Jerry Register. She isthe daughter


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of the late Mr. Wincey.
Mr. Register is the son of Mrs.
Hansell .Milton Chancey Jr. of
Mulberry and the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Davis Walker of Perry.
Miss Wincey was a 1970
graduate of Taylor County High
School and attended North Florida
Junior College. She was employed
by, the Taylor County Public
School system.
He was also a 1970 graduate of
Taylor County High School and
was 'continuing his education at
North Florida Junior College in
.Madison.

DONNA CONE MAKES
DEANS LIST
Miss Donna Cone, student at the
University of Georgia in Athens,
Ga., was named to the Dean's List
for the Summer Quarter. Miss
Cone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred A. Cone, made. a 4.0
average.

ENROLLMENT DOWN
AS SCHOOLS OPEN
Taylor County Schools opened
with a total enrollment of 3,747.
This is a reduction of 32 students
under the enrollment on opening
day last .year. Superintendent of
Schools Alan Hart said, though,


that more enrollments were
expected as late-comers arrived
during September.
Taylor County High School had'
the largest enrollment' of any
school in the system, with 1,066
students.


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Bad officials are elected by good citizens
who do not vote.
--George Jean Nathan

Our political institutions work remarkably well. They
are designed to clang against each other. The noise is
democracy at work.
--Michael Novak

People often say that, in a democracy, decisions are
made by a majority of the people. Of course, that is
not true. Decisions are made by a majority of those who
make themselves heard and who vote--a very different
thing.
--Walter H. Judd

The most important political office
is that of the private citizen.
--Louis Brandeis

It's not the hand that signs the laws that holds the
destiny of America.
It's the hand that casts the ballot.
--Harry S. Truman


Gracie Wentworth Cash
1892-1968
Gracie W\enmorth w\as a native of Shad\ Growe. the daughter of
Reggie E. and Laura Cox Wentworth. She married W. T. Cash and .;.
their children \%ere Louise iPajicci. Fleu. t mir Horace and Wdlam. 1
S Clymer, Clarice (Hunter),
*i |T Lemnoyne and John \.
SIT'1 She attended Teacher Training
S School and successfully passed
examination for a teacher's
certificate. She taughi at Flat
Creek, Rose Creek, Salem and
Pispah.
After her marriage, she Li\ed
i n PerrN while Mr. Cash \%as a
teacher in Perr\. newspaper
writer, count' school ,
S' superintendent and served as
state senator in 1917.
," hen he became the state
librarian. theN mmoed to
S.Tallahassee here theN lived
until their demise.
S. he tas a member of the
Trinit\ Methodist Church in
S- --'- Tallahassee during her staU there
Gracie Wentworth Cash except she did transfer in
Calvary Methodist after
retirement. She had been faithful to the program of the Methodist
Church at Shady Grove and Perry.
Her greatest satisfaction in life was to observe the success of her
children and grandchildren and others whom she had helped in some
measure along the road to achievement.

Lydia Hendry Miller
1852-1926
Lydia Hendry was -the eighth child of the Rev. Robert NM and
Martha Carlton Hendry. She was married to Jeremiah M. Wilder in
1872 and their children were: Alma, Lydia, Byron, Martha, Alderman.
Roscoe, William and Lorena, who
married Andrew E. Jackson..
Records of the Pisgah Methodist
Church show they were members '
in 1880. They lived on the lake ,
near Shady Grove in their early '. ,
career where Jerry Wilder was a ,.
prosperous farmer. They later '
moved to the Deer Palace area
w here he also farm ed n e h- an.
they moved to Fenholloway in
hopes that the curative powers of e '.
that spring water would be ,-',
beneficial to her. x:
Her daughter Lorena married A. Lydia Hendry Miller'
E. Jackson and her son Roscoe,
married Miss Shellie Jackson. Those two families have had a great
impact upon the preservation of the good in our Taylor County
heritage.
Nancy Ann Moody Slaughter
1858-1935
Nancy Ann Mbody married Sam B. Slaughter and their children
were: Mattie (1878-1932, who never married) and three sons, B. F.
"Bill" (1880-1919), who married Lantie Mathis--their daughter
Desma married C. W. "Red" McClellan; James Henry (1879-1944),
who married Simmie Whiddon--their children were, Neville, Evalove
(Beard) and Nelvin; and John 0. (1882-1953), who married
Fatha Mathis and their children were Velton, Floyd and Janie
(Williams).
This interesting family lived about two miles west of Lake Bird.
They shopped and visited in Shady Grove and Lake Bird.
Henry abandoned the farm early and almost his entire career was
devoted to law enforcement.
He served as deputy sheriff in Perry and Carbur--he was deputy in
Carbur all through its existence.
Their family connections included many who were the trailblazers
in the history of Taylor County.

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P.O. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348







B-4 Perry News-Herald September 1-2, 2006

At the Booking Desk


Editor's note: It is the policy of this
newspaper to run the names of all
those arrested and booked at the
Taylor County Jail. All those listed
below have been charged with, a
crime, but are considered innocent
until proven guilty.

Aug. 5:
Aaron Thomas Freeman, 22,
1393 Langford Lane, DUI, Trp.
Lundy, FHP.
Amber Shandrea Godboli, 21,
286 NE 295 Avenue, Cross City,
trespass after warning, Ptl.
Deeson, PPD.
Josh R. Fouche, 18, 3289 Boyd
Road, possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis, Dep. Woods,
TCSO.
Jeremy Cooper, 27, 416 W.
Main Street, DUI, DWLS (2nd),
Pitl. Norris, PPD.
Johnny Ray Mathis, 36, 801
East Quail Street, disorderly
conduct, Ptl. Campbell, PPD.
Aug. 6:
James Amick, 41, 711 E. Bacon
Street, domestic battery,.-Ptl.
Franklin, PPD.
Carmen Lee Urbanski, 20,
-10255 Puckett Road, FTA for
DWLS/R, Dep. Hawkins, TCSO.


Arthur Lance Rowell, 18, 9070
Luther Wilson Road, forgery,
grand theft, uttering a forgery,
Dep. Ricketson, TCSO.
Aug. 7:
Antonio Dontay Green, 29,
1613 South. Woodard Street,
disorderly conduct, Ptl. Kelly,
PPD.
Jaworski Upshaw, 26, 1613
South Woodard Street, possession
of less than 20 grams of cannabis,
DWLS/R, Ptl. Kelly, PPD.
Tyrone Davis, 38, 539 West
Central Blvd., Orlando, writ of
attachment, Sgt. Cruse, PPD.
Aug. 8:
Eric S. Taber, 19, 251 Rock
Road, Golcaonda, Ill., VOP
(dealing in stolen property), Dep.
Hawkins, TCSO.
George Edward Geshwind, 24,
2675 Sydney Blanton Road, VOP
(grand theft), Dep. Hawkins,
TCSO.
Aug. 9:
Fredrick Stringfellow, 34, 5035
Hampton Springs Road, DUI,
DWLS (knowingly), VOP, Ptl.
Norris, PPD.
Aug. 10:
Todd Cornelius Britt, 32, 602
West Bacon Street, DWLS, Ptl.


Norris, PPD.
Jeffery Noel Harrison, 21, 3435
Laura Street, Tallahassee,
possession of a controlled
substance, Dep. Whiddon, TCSO.
William Henry Clark, 19, 2051
Golf Course Road, battery,
resisting arrest without violence,
Dep. Woods, TCSO.
Charlie Smith, 33, 500 West
Union Street, possession of
cocaine, aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon, violation of
parole, resisting without violence,
giving false name, Ptl. Norris,
PPD.
Lonnie Burrell Jr., 41, Pinecrest
Street, DWLS (knowingly), no
tag attached, Dep. Burford, TCSO.
Aug. 11:
Timothy Phillip Doyle, 30, 110
W. High Street, warrant from
Clay County, Trp. Smyrnios,
FHP.
Amanda Louise Glenn, 26,
6385 W. U.S. Hwy, 98, DWLS
(felony), possession of drug
paraphernalia, driving, while
drivers license is suspended or
revoked, refusal to submit to
blood alcohol level test, Sgt.


Cruse, PPD.
Louis Daron


Gaddy, 25, 310


Saxton Street, DWLS
(knowingly), fleeing and eluding,
FTA for DWLS, FTA for
improper tag, Ptl. Deeson, PPD.
Ralph Drayton Reams, 56,
10455 Hwy. 98 West, sentenced
to weekends, Dep. Hawkins,
TCSO.
Joseph Dixon, 34, 3449 Woods
Road, sentenced to weekends, Dep.
Hawkins, TCSO.
John Velton Freeman, 23, 3100
Gray-Bard Lane, sentenced to
weekends, Dep. Hawkins, TCSO.
Mark Hill, 30, no address, hold
for Broward County, Dep.
Hawkins, TCSO.
Mauel Tudda Randolph, 44,
2847 Sopchoppy Hwy.,
Sopchoppy, warrant from Leon
County for fraud, Trp. Ashburn,
FHP.
Aug. 12:
James Garrett Taylor, 26, 4739
Ruth Cannon Lane, DWLS
(knowingly), Trp. Lundy, FHP.
Thomas Harrell McGuire, 57,
8024 Marsann Road, domestic
battery, Dep. Gulbrandsen, TCSO.
Shayne Andrew Cannon, 18, P.
,O0. Box 142, Steinhatchee,
burglary, criminal mischief, Dep.
Davis, TCSO.


Drum line performs
The drum line of the Taylor County Boys and. Girls Club played for Rod
Smith on Aug. 26 at Forest Capital Hall. Shown with the gubernatorial
candidate are (back row) Jamal Parker,. Kendall Gates, Jalan Jackson, Caleb
Reaves (drum line leader) and Gerald Walker. On the front row are Devin
Kidd, Mokie Island and Aladdin Andrews. "We would like to thank Rod Smith's,
campaign leaders for letting us be involved in the rally," said Joey Buchanan,
program director. Other participating students included Ashley Scott who sang
the National Anthem and Cianna Reaves who played a saxophone selection.


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Small ads...big deals!!


Music Lessons Producer/ Guitarist now
available for guitar, bass & voice students,
Beginners. welcome. Call Josh Noland
850-584-5975
8/4-8/27
SOFA & LOVE SEAT, NEW
MICROFIBER, Stain Resistant, Lifetime
Warranty, Still in Crate, Can Deliver. Sug.
List $1250, sell $475, 850-545-7112
9/1GCN
Tama Drums for sale 6 piece hardware
cymbols, $1000 OBO. Call 850-584-7928
ask for Matt.
8/30tfCS'

17CF Refrigerator w/ice maker $100 also a
25" RCA color TV $60. Call 578-2230
(Home) or 838-9670 (cell)
8/30-9/1


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


MOVING SALE

EVERYTHING MUST GO!
2 Living room sets, 1 with double recliner, lift chair,
dining room set, large entertainment center,
office furniture, chest freezer, sewing center
and machines, small dressers,
Christmas items and more.

Saturday, Sept. 2, 9:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. ONLY
3788 W. Stricklands Landing DRIVE
(Off Spring Warrior)
Last house on left at end of paved road.
(850) 584-6026


Yard Sale Friday & Saturday 1500 Pine
Bluff Rd. 8-until Big men's clothes, kitchen
and other household items, lots of misc.
9/1
Yard Sale Sat. 9/2 8 a.m. until 806 E.
Paige St. Behind County Jail.
9/1-
Yard Sale Saturday Sept. 2 at 1985
Woodmore Rd. off of Old Dixie Hwy. Lots
of good stuff. 8 a.m. until,
9/1
Yard Sale Saturday Sept. 2. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
313 W. Bay St. Brand new items, jogging
strollers, electronic ESPN Gamestation.
Home, health & beauty items, pet food,
shoes, soccer cleats, clothes, misc.
items.
9/1
Yard Sale 124 Temple Terrace Saturday 8-
12. Some furniture, clothes, etc.
9/1
Yard Sale Sat 122 Highland Rd. 8 a.m. 1
p.m. Lots of stuff, tires, clothes, odds and
ends behind RDS.
8/30-9/1
Yard Sale 11265 N. Hwy. 19, Iddo.
Clothes, household items, Reload.
equipment, wads, shots, hauls, dye's and
much, much, more.
9/1



MATTRESS: King Size Orthopedic 3 pc.
Set, New, unopened w/warranty. Sacrifice
$295. 850-222-2113.
9/1GCN
Ethan Allan Solid Maple drop-leaf D.R.
table w/2 leaf's. Seats 10/12 $300, Ethan
Allan solid maple coffee table $125, 27"
mahogany console TV $50, stainless
steel island/bar sink $35, Pfalzgoraf Blue
& White dishes set w/ extra's $50. four
school desks.$7.00 each. 850-443-7258 6r
850-443-7256
9/1
Yamaha Baby Grand Piano like new
condition, walnut finish, recently appraised
& tuned. $8000. Call 584-9381.
8/11-8/30


1984 Chevy 4 spd, 4 wd, with granny low
transmission $200.
Custom built bumper grill guard and 7500
lb. winch fits 95-00 Dodge Ram. $500. Call
838-1024 if no answer please leave a
message.
8/30 ,
For Sae Meat Goats $100 Caa 223-a
3173. Going Fast!!
8/30-9/1

FOR SALE
'2005' Kazuma 150 cc; green, auto
reverse & shift w/reverse. Asking
$1,000. Call 223-1053, and leave
message.

For Sale: Washer & dryer, treadmill best
offer; new 24ft round swimming pool cover
$35, 55.Yamaha prop $25, 2002 Kubota 4
wheel drive front end loader with cabin air,
top & tilt 4x4, box blade, glide shift
transmission, 5 ft bush hog $24,000. Call
850-584-3421.
8/30
6 PC; BEDROOM SET Headboard,
frame, dresser, mirror, chest, night stand,
New in boxes, must sell $550. 850-222-
9879
9/1 GCN
For Sale -, 2 female goats $25 each,
Queen size BR set headboard, dresser
and 2 lamp tables w/drawers, black
w/mirrors in headboard $100. Call 584-
7373 ask for Margie.
9/1
BED Brand New Queen Orthopedic
Pillow-Top Mattress Set. In plastic,
warranty, can deliver. $250. 850-425-8374.
9/1 GCN


Like new 2005 Fleetwood 14x70 mobile
home. 3 bed/1 bath mobile home with
central A/C ready to move, $22, 500 Call
584-4723.
9/1-9/8
"Owner will Finance" For Sale 23 acres
with 16x80 Mobile Home. 3 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, furnished $125,000. Deposit
down $25,000. 386-294-2197.
9/1-9/20


Come one...


PERRY ELKS Southern Villas of Perry
L A ji Looking For Applicants!
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 BR HC
and non-HC accessible apartments. Office
Se hours are 8:00 to 5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call
Monday 7:00 .m. 850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett
b 7 p.m.e Rd, Perry, FL 32347. Equal Housing
Public Welcome Opportunity
305 Puckett Road 8/ 9tSV


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
C. -. : a :'846 **g -


The monthly Sons of AMVETS
Community Yard Sale will not be. held this
Saturday due to the holiday. It will instead
be next Saturday, Sept. 9, from 7 a.m.
until 2 p.m. Spaces are available for a $5
donation (a six-foot table will be provided
for each space). Walk-ins are also
welcome, 2499 Woods Creek Rd. To
reserve a space, call, Mark Viola at 584-
5513 or 584-8807 (after 5 p.m.).
9/1A .
YarJ Sale 117 Ridge Rd. Saturday 9/2, 8
ajn. until. 7 piece dinning set $100,
Precious Moments collection $5 each, 3
piece Basset cherry Wall unit (together or
separate) make offer, cherry king size
headboard, foot board and bed frame,
household items, men's, women's and
children's clothes, children's toys.
9/1


2800 SF 4 BR/2 Bth home on 1.8 ac. off
Paul Poppell Rd. w/enclosed patio,
beautiful sunroom, large attic storage,
fenced in backyard with inground pool.
great neighborhood! Excellent buy!
$250,000. Call Jason Heartsfield @ 850-
843-0503. Nature Coast Inc,
6/30tfnJH


Room for rent private bath, private
entrance, living room, small fridge and
T.V. Call 584-8045
8/9tfMC

2 ACRES JODY MORGAN NICELY WOODED
READY TO RENT. Bring your Mobile Home
or R.V., few lots available. PUBLIC BOAT
RAMP & KEATON BEACH very close!
Flexible terms. Call Anytime! 305-632-
5822 or 305-866-0460.
8/23-9/29
Hair Salon Booth Rental $250/month plus
tax. Interview, Call Linda at New
Dimensions Health & Fitness Center 223-
5000.
8/30-9/13
For Rent Single private room and bath
with private entrance. Shared living room
and kitchen. All utilities except cable and
phone. Non. Smoker Only! Must like
outside dogs, $475 per month. 850-371-
1922
8/30-9/8
2 BR/1 Bath 14x60 $375 month with $200
deposit. Water, sewer and garbage
included in rent. Application & references
required. Apply in person. Monday -
Wednesday 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Everetts
Mobile Home Park.
9/1tfEM
2 bedroom mobile home fully furnished
very clean, nice yard lots of shrubbery.
Will accept 1 very small child. No pets
584-4366
9/1-9/13
Downtown furnished studio, utilities &
cable included. $475 month + deposit.
584-6880,
9/1-9/8
Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401,
6/21tfnSGR
Lg. Bedroom w/private entrance and bath,
conveniently located in quiet
neighborhood. All utilities plus table
furnished. $450 month, First and last
month in advance, Only Mature Ladies
need apply. Call 584-2500 to see.
8/25tfBZG
WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!
1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered,
Eaual Oportunity, Oe hour: a,
1-,!.5:00 Vdh-TH tb?'' ',, E. ?
W. Church St., Perry, FL 32348. TUD 711.
tfWA
Commercial Building For Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
7/12tfnSGR


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2 city lots behind PIZZA HUT,. on
Magnolia street large live oak, fenced with
well, ready for your home. excellent buy!
$65,000. Call Jason Heartsfield @ 850-
843-0503.. Nature Coast Inc.
6/30tfnJH
Land for sale, 221 North Between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd.'l acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
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Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq.
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-.
584-5891. Pete Fortner
7/19tfnBC

3 bed/1 bath house sale at 166 W. Walnut
St. Call 850-877-4152.
8/9-9/1
For Sale: two S/W mobile homes on 1 1/2
acres in nice neighborhood. Each home is
2 BR/2 B. Great place to live or excellent
rental property for supplemental income.
Great rental history. Wont last long! All for
$55,000. Call 850-584-5832..
8/30-9/8
3 BR/2 Ba Ranch Home on 2.56.acres at
.588 E. Robert's Aman Rd. Newj laminate
wood and tile flooring throughout, updated
kitchen and appliances. $199,000 Easy to
show! Call 223-1402 or 672-0990.
8/30tfnSP
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 1250 sq. ft. .4
bed/2 bath .Steel Master Home built in
2004 1.4 acre fenced in yard $95,000. Will
match down,payment up to $10,000 and
pay closing cost up to $4,000. Call 838-
9035.
8/30-9/1
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 1000 sq. ft. 2
bed/1 bath Steel Master Home (still under
construction) 1.3 acres $89,000. Will
match down payment dollar up to $1,0,000.
and pay closing costs up to $4,000.. Call
838-9035.
8/30-9/1
For Sale By Owner: New 2/2 26x48 Homes
of Merit DWMH on 1.4 acres $89,000. Will
match down payment up to $10,000-and
pay closingcosts up to $4,000. Call 838-
9035.
8/30-9/1
32x80 2003 Homes of Merit mobile home
on 1.73 acres 4 bd/2 1/2 bth on paved rd.
. Large back porch, rain soft water
purificatii.!systMii. 89 N. Page"Rdi. ff;f
Woods Creek Rd. $130,000 838-3927,
9/1-9/27




TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIEs
County Administrator $65,561 $73,798 +
benefits
Road Maintenance Tech $8.04/ hr. +
benefits
Planner $34,777 $39,145 + benefits'
.Roll-Off Site Attendant $6.49 hr./ Call in
Entire job descriptions and requirements
can be viewed at www.libioinfo.com or
Taylor Employment Connections, 1702.S,
Jefferson St. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County is an EOE/VP/Drug
Testing/ Background Check Employer.
8/30tfnBCC


Part Time Dental Assistant Are you kind,.
compassionate, people-oriented,, and
motivated to succeed? We are seeking an
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Warehouse Delivery person. Good
must be 21. Apply in person.

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excpLiuiinai, xperileneu ueiai dassidian RN (Faculty Position) wanted at North
who would like'to work 2 days a week, Florida Community College. Full-time
over Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. faculty position (10 month contract)
as a part of a quality oriented dental team. Qualifications: Must have a BSN Degree
We value individuals with upior patient .(Master's preferred in Nursing or related
communication skills. PrevioJs o eldl and at least three (3) years fulltime
experience in dental assisting is preferred clinical RN experience. Must have active,
We believe an applicant should be career- unrestricted Floridae.Nursing License
minded, personally stable, and health F Nurs ing License a s
lGeorgia Nursing License a plus).
centered in lifestyle. If you are searching Experience as a nursing educator and
'for a meaningful opportunity to grow and clinical, experience in medical-surgical,
fi ine nyour n clinical experience in medical-surgical,
fulfill your potential, please faxyou intensive care, obstetrical and pediatric
resumeto (352) 498-0062 or contact us at nursing preferred. Duties include
352-498-7001. classroom; clinical instruction; student
9/1 advising/counseling.,
CDL/A Driver Wanted Additional duties will require serving on
minimum 2 years experience, local runs, College committees and participation in
home every night, excellent pay. 67867- College activities. Teaching may be
5913.home every night, excellent pay. weekends; nights; on campus and/or at
59/13. satellite locations.
9/1-9/13 Applications to, Director HR, NFCC, 325
,.,.. lWJutorJelavis DriveJiadisonll..rida., ;.,
ourarManager. 32340. Only complete application packets
C ou rt Operationes Manager er is considered. A complete packet includes:
The Court Operations Manager is
responsible for responsible for assisting letter of interest; resume and application;
the Trial Court Administrator. rn he copy of transcripts (unofficial okay); copy
organization, development, and of Nursing License, Application is
'implementation of court programs and available online at www.nfcc.edu.
service such as budget development, uuesiions call 850-973-1662. Applications
personnel administration, purchasing, packet must be received by September 1,
facility management, alternative 2006. EE
annctinns family nort. curt reonrtino and 8/18-8/30


jury -management, Graduation from an
accredited four year college or university
with major course work in judicial
administration, public administration
business administration, criminology ora
related science. Must have -.noiiedge of
the Florida State Courts system, Appellate
or Trial Court process and the criminal
justice system. For further .normalion
visit www.flcourts org and
www.jud3.flcourts.org. Subt.rmi resurne
w/State of Florida application to: Jacquetta
Bradley, Human Resources Manager
P.O. Box 1569
Lake City, FL 32056
ADA Compliant/EOE-
8/23-9/8TJC


Secretary Wanted: Georgia-Florida Bark &
Mulch. Must have excellent people and
telephone skills, as well as be familiar
with basic computer skills. Job will be 40
hours a week. Applications must be made
in person at 863 Highway 27 East, Perry,
FL. Call only if directions are necessary
. 850 584.4807
8.130. A'8

HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED
Experienced housekeeper: needed.
Dependable with reliable transportation is
a' must. Please apply in person 'at
Sleinhaiche Landing Resort, 203 Ryland
circle, Siernnatchee, FL 32359. 352-498-
3513.
12/9tfnSL


RN or LPN

Weekend,

Treatment Nurse
Sue Love, Director of Nursing


Repair & Maintenance Opening for a Help Wa
general purpose repair and maintenance "-More. W
person. Full Time, we guarantee 40 hours. 'license r
Must be qualified in painting, some ''8/16tfBC
carpentry work along with miscellaneous
jobs. Must have a good driving record, be
reliable and trustworthy. Pay rate $8.50-12 2
per hour plus vacation and holiday pay. .
We have a drug free Workplace. Apply at
Ware Oil & Supply Co. 2715 S. Byron
Butler Parkway Perry, Fl 32348.
9/1tfWO

Substance Abuse Program Director -
Taylor Correctional Institution Florida
CiviGenics, Inc., the largest provider of in-
prison treatment programs in the United
States, is seeking a full-time Program 8,130 911
Director to deliver and supervise :.,.
substance abuse outpatient services for
Taylor Correctional Institution. Must be
experienced in .substance abuse.
counseling and motivated to work in a
correctional facility. Degreed in Social Am
Science area with a minimum of 5 years of
mental health/substance abuse H
counseling experience Must meel Florida
Slaluie qualifications as a "qualified
supervisor" having a License in Menial
Health;'or License in Social Work. or 8/30.9/1
certified at the Professional level by the
Florida Cerihcation Board Send resume
to: Michael Walker, State Director, Florida
CiviGenics, POB 1665, Mt. Dora, FL
32756 or fax to (352) 383-4246 or e-mail:
michael.walker@civigenics.com
9/1.....


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Coordinator Allied Health Lab'(Registered
Nurse) Full-time 11 month position.
Qualifications: Must have a BS in Nursing;
current Florida RN License with at least (3)
years full-time RN clinical experience.
Experience in nursing education preferred.
This position also requires serving on
College committees and participation in
department and College activities.
Teaching may be night courses on NFCC
campus and/or at satellite locations.
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: resume and
application; copy of transcripts (unofficial
okay); copy of FL Nursing License.
Application available at www.nfcc.edu
Questions call 850-973-1662. Application
packet must be received 9/8/06. EOE
8/23-9/1 NFCC

Residence Manager
Residence Manager is needed for 17 suite
motel located in Steinhatchee, FL. Couple'
preferred. Must be capable of operating
front desk, bookkeeping, housekeeping,
building and pool maintenance, internet
knowledge. Compensation include salary
and apartment. References required. Tele:
352-498-5678 Fax: 352-498-0306 Email:
lpfow@aol.com
8/30-9/1

Experienced HVAC/R service technicians
with a minimum of 5 yrs experience.
starting wages $14-16/hr. Call 850-584-
3626
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Adolescent male residential program now
accepting applications for the following.
Experience with juvenile, therapeutic
programs and management of youth
preferred.
Welding Instructor three years experience
in field and high school diploma or GED is
required.
Quality Improvement Coordinator -
bachelors degree is required; strong
background in program evaluation,
organizational skills, and systems
analysis.
Counselor individual with strong clinical'
skills, documentation ability needed.
BA/BS preferred. Provide group, individual
and family counseling sessions for
committed youth.
Therapeutic Assistant Diploma/GED
required. Must manage adolescent,
delinquent population. Shift work..
Counseling background a plus, integrity a
must.
Licensed Practical Nurse
Registered Nurse
Reply to:
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742 SW Greenville Hills Road
Greenville, Florida 32331
850-948-1200 (Ph)
850-948-1330 (fx) '
8/30-9/1

Help Wanted experience in spraying
* stain and lacquer, will train right person
Must be dependable & willing to work. Call
850-584-3340.
8/30-9/1


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Truck Drivers Wanted: Georgia-Florida 2002 Beetle1.8 liter Turbo Sprt;83K The Handyman experts LLC honestwork
class A truck drivers wingth a clean drvng pwr doors/windows, sun roof, sport Affordable, professional, licensed and
class A truck drivers with a clean drivingoinsured. Specializing in house painting,
record to do local hauling. Applications suspension. all-wheel disc brakes, 17 interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
must be made in person at 863 Highway alloy wheels, new LeBra & fitted dash maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
27 East, Perry, FL. Call Only if directions -cover, 30 MPG $8,500 850-584-8497 or concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
27are neessry. 850-584-4807. ios 850-838-9521. tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
are necessary. 850-584-4807. 8/4-9/6 -376 oi 25 years. ,
8/30-9/8 584-3776 (office). 25 years.
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Help Wanted experienced in wood
working needed but will train right person.
must be dependable and willing to work.
Call 850-584-3340.
8/30-9/1
Check Station Positions Available The
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission is hiring personnel for
seasonal work at check stations during the
upcoming archery and general gun hunting
_seasons. Positions available in Taylor
County. Pays $6.40 per hour. Positions.
begin September 23, 2006. For details call
(850) 838-9016, or stop by the Big Bend
Field Office at 663 Plantation Rd, in Perry.
EOE/AA
8/16-9/15
. Experienced convenience store manager
needed. Call Ware Oil at 584-6666 or fax
resume to 584-6339, Ware Oil is an equal
opportunity employer of drug free
workplaces.
7/7tfnWO

Drivers needed to deliver magazines to
stores once a month in Tallahasse and
surrounding area. Ideal for retirees,
housewives, or someone who already has
a delivery route. Experience a plus, but not
necessary. Mui.i have reliable van, truck
Sw/shell, or full size car. Please call 386-
684-9726
8/23-9/1


21 ft Sportscraft fisherman, 1981, all new
electronics, newly, built foot, only 135
hours on boat total. Call for more
information, Jim 584-7928:$6500 OBO.
8/30tfCS.

24 1/2 F Grady White, waal around cuddy
,cabin, fill canvas, ihve wells wash down
and mcre 235 Johnson float on trailer
$12,000 OBO. For info Days Mon Thurs
584-6006, Fridays and weekends 578-
2500
8/30-9/8PWP
For sale: 1992 14' Lancer with 2005 25HP
Nissan, manual start, galvanized trailer,
$2,800. Call 838-1522 after 5 p.m.
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1997 Chevrolet 4x4 LT package, 178,000
miles and is in good condition. Four new
tires less than a month old. $7,900. Call
584-8676 after 7:00 p.m. or leave
message.
8/23-9/1
1985 AMC 4 wheel drive 258 in line 6
automatic cold air floor shifter bucket
seats $120Q OBO Bud Chute 850-843-
0127 www.motorvationsfl.com
8/16-9/1
1996 Honda Civic EX Automatic, black,
tinted windows power sunroof, cd, cold.
AC, cruise control, excellent condition.
$3500. Please call 838-1925, leave
message.
9/1
Motorcycle '05' Yamaha FZ-6 only 600 mi.
like new $5500. 850-584-7080.
8/23-9/1


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(850) 584-5101 www.gulfbreezerealestate.net (850) 578-2202
A Small Sampling of our Available Properties
(Call or visit our website for more)

ATTENTION HUNTERS! 162+/- ACRES Prime hunting property in Lafayette County right over the Taylor
County line. Planted pines, hardwoods, food plots, shooting lanes and lots of game. Includes camper,
storage shed & carport. $3,000 per acre.

DEAL'S FAMOUS OYSTER HOUSE Located on Hwy. 98 W. on 1.52 acres m/l. DWMH included $398,000

2.2 ACRES m/l just off the Beach Road on Dennis Howell Road. Great Buy! Only $37,500

ONE ACRE 1'.7 miles from Keaton Beach. Zoned Mixed Use Urban Development. Can be divided into two
half-acre lots. $64,000 JUST REDUCED TO $54,000

MOBILE HOME ON 3/4 ACRE m/l.- Located on Historical Henry St. (formerly Frank Turner Road.) Beautiful
lot and completely fenced. Only $29,500. Make an offer!

SPRING WARRIOR AREA Immaculate 3 bedroom, 2 bath DWMH on 4 acres m/I near Spring Warrior offers
privacy and close access to great hunting and fishing. $129,900

CANAL LOT at Keaton Beach Quiet street, friendly neighborhood, great views and easy Gulf access. Best
price for a Keaton Beach lot. BELOW APPRAISAL Now $349,500!!! Motivated Sellers Make an Offer!

5 SECLUDED ACRES ON MELVINA CREEK Beautiful property in a great location. Wonderful homesite
or private getaway. Just a few minutes from the Gulf and Keaton Beach. $105,000

5 ACRES IN OCEAN POND SUBDIVISION Beautiful, cleared, grassy, gently sloping property with some
nice pines throughout. Located in a very nice quiet area near the beaches. $90,000
Ann C. Hodges, Realtor, Lic. Real Estate Broker
"Your Satisfaction is Our First Priority!"


FOR SALE
1989 Bronco XLT


5.0, 4x4, automatic, excellent
condition, very well maintained,
excellent interior, cold A/C, tilt,
cruise, power-windows & locks,
tow package, new metallic blue
paint, new 12.50x15AT tires on
12" MT aluminum rims (only 400
miles on these), tinted windows,
112,000 original miles.
,MUST SEE!!
$5,000 oBo
584-6678, 584-8563
or 1-352-356-0268

1984 Ford LTD 32,300,'actual miles.
asking $1500 Call 584-4422 after 5 p.m.
8/30-9/1
For Sale: 2000 Plymouih Neon, Very
clean, 'runs great, good gas mileage. 74K
miles. Moved and I do not need a car in
the city S4800 Can be seen at 305 W.
Green St Call 223-5000 or 584-5890.
.8130.9/15
Motorcycle For Sale '95' Honda Goldwing.
1500 SE Loaded, 10 5K miles, Garage
S*ept excellent condition. 584-4392
8/23-9/1




Low Cost Pet Vaccinations!
Saturday. 9/2 from 12 noon-2 pm at
* Country Time Feed in Perry. Dog, Cat and
horse vaccination specials. Heart worm
test & Coggins. Heart worm and flea
prevention available. Pick up your flyer
today at Country Time Feed.
8/30-9/1
MINIATURE PINscHER PUPPIES For Sale.
7 weeks old, Please Call 850-766-9539
8/30-9/1
Beagle'.puppies for sale $100 each Call
584-2615
8/11-9/6
Beautiful registered Yorkshire Terrier
(yorkie) male. 11 weeks old. Loves people,
sweet and adorable 584-9882 or 584-0635
9/1-9/6
Female Jack Russell not hyper very
loving, good for elderly companion. $50
Call Margie 584-7373
9/1


2 or 3 bedroom/1 bth(okay) home, in Perry.
Price range $75k-80k. Call 584-2941,
8/30-9/1
- Wanted: 1972 and older cars from pieces
to whole cars AND Dodge Caravans,
Plymouth Voyagers and Chrysler Town
and Country vans. Call Bud at 843-0127.
8/16-9/1


NEED CASH?
GOT JUNK?
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUCK?
1 BUY SCRAP METALSII
850-838-JUNK(5865)
State Certified Scales;
7/28-1/03.
Free pickup of junk cars/ trucks, farm
equipment and abandoned or unwanted
vehicles. Top cash on all that run. Call
386-344-3930 .
7/14-10/4 '

Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. Wanted Isuzu and Toyota
trucks for export. 386-688-3999.
9/1S




J.D. s Tree Service and Lawn Care,
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps, Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale,
tfJD
HURRICANE SEASON IS HERE!!!
TREE REMOVAL, STUMP GRINDING
Free Estimates, Bucket Truck Available,
branches trimmed, Licensed & Insured,.
Call John (Sesock), (850) 584-2027 or
(850) 591-8301
8/2-8/30
Brenda & Teena's House Cleaning & Lawn
Mowing. Residential & Business. For
Free Estimate call 850-223-2477.
8/2-9/22

A 2 Z Farm and Lawn Services
Harrowing, bush hog mowing, dirt leveling,
rake Work and complete lawn services,
Tree trimming/ removal, dump truck
services. Call 584-6737.
4/12tfn
LLC, Jeff Wilson Tile. installation, Tile
repair, re-grout, concrete coating. Call 838-
5929
5/5tfnJW
CARPET & VINYL
Installation and repairs done at a good
price. No overhead, Direct savings to you.
30 years experience. 850-838-9050.
Please leave message.
01/04tfnBR
SHARLENE 'G IR IO I N G
Ironing in my home, very reasonable
prices. Live in .own, you drop off and pick-
up. 850-584-5795 it no answer leave
message and I'll call you back.
8/16-9/1.


STUMP GRINDING
AND
PRESSURE WASHING.
Free Estimates!il
Call Billy Blue at
838-1307 or 672-0955
3/10tfnBB
Baby-sitting infants and up, in my home.
Call for more info. 584-2947.
9/1
Job needed for Caregiver or Sitter for the
elderly, Have experience and references.
Can reach me at 850-223-3555. Ask for
Kathy
9/1-9/13


MOM & PoP.
LAWN SERVICES
(850)843-7579


Bush Hog Mowing, Dozer Work, Rake
W,r-, Land Clearing, Free Estimates. Call
(850) 843-21E7.
4/5-9/15
Wholesale Transmissions used & rebuilt. I
also buy old transmissions for Cores. 850-
813-2904 or 850B584-3193
3/EtfnRS
Stump Grinding
Great Prices & Insured
Call Andy @ 850-778-6169.'
8/1 .9,,6

Palm Trees Done Professionallv! 20 year
experience, stump grinding, tree trimming,
Licensed & Insured. Call John at 850-672-.
0290
L^ T _


NOTICE: LIEN SALE .
Notice Is hereby given to Shana Bailey,
711 West Hampton Springs Ave. Perry, Fl
32347, unless payment is made on Unit
S-15 (Contents: household goods),
S.contents will be sold on the 15th day of
September, 2006, at Handy Rentals Self
Storage, 900 Industrial Park Dr., Perry, FL
32348.
9/1, 9/8

Propsed.Public Access Plan for the
Aucilla Wildlife Management Area
Notice of September 12, 2006 Public
Hearing
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) will hold a Public
Hearing on the Proposed Public Access
Plan for the Aucilla Wildlife Management
Area (WMA) located in Jefferson and
Taylor Counties, Florida at 7:00 P.M. on
Tuesday, September 12, 2006 at the
Jefferson C,-ur, '-:, nr... -. e n. I cr.
Jefferson Steer r.l. riceil:. -F.:.-'oa ine
purpose Is to provide Information 'and to
receive public comments on the FWCis
Proposed Public Access Plan for the
Aucilla 'WMA. This plan provides public
access to the Aucilla WMA; assists
conservation, preservation and
protection of cultural and natural
resources of the Aucilla WMA; and
assists enforcement of area rules and
regulations. The Proposed Public
Access Plan Is to be part of the overall
Conceptual Management Plan for the
Aucilla WMA.
This public hearing is only for the
purposes of obtaining public comment
on the Proposed Public Access Plan.
The hearing is not for comment on other
rules and regulations for the Aucilla
WMA, which is done in other public
hearings as part of another process. A
copy of the Proposed Public Access
Plan is available upon request from the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission, Conservation Planning
Group, 620 South Meridian Street,
Tallahassee,, Florida 32399-1600.
Telephone: (850) 410-0656 extension
17330 or 17334.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
Case No. 05-060-CA
---Mortgage Electronic Registration
System, Inc.,
Plaintiff,
vs.'
Shaminal P. Gaddy, et al,
Defendant(s).
Notice of Foreclosure Sale
Notice is hereby given 'pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure
dated June 21, 2006 and entered in
Case No. 05-060-CA of the Circuit Court
of the Third Judicial Circuit In and ,for
Taylor County, Florida wherein Mortgage
Electronic Registration System, Inc., Is the
Plaintiff and Shominal P. Gaddy; Robert L,
Gaddy, Jr.; are the Defendants, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for cash
at 108 N. Jefferson Street on the front
steps of the Taylor County Courthouse


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at 11:00 AM, on the 14th day of-
September, 2006, the following--
described property as set forth in said-:
Final Judgment: ,;
Commence at the NE corner of the N:
1/2 of the N 1/2 of NW 1/4 of section 12,:
T4S, R7E as the POB and run south 89-"
degrees 31'55" W, along the Forty Line,.
204-87 feet; thence run south 00-
degrees 14'22" W, to the centerline of-a:
60 foot road- R/W; thence run N 89-
degrees 31'52"E along said centerline,:--
26.85 feet to the center point of a 50-
foot radius cul de sac, thence continue
N 89 degrees 31'52" E, 178.0 feet to the
East Boundary of said N 1/2 of N 1/2 of
NW 1/4; thence run N 00 degrees14'22"
E, 420.00 feet to the POB. Less R/W of 50
F.:.:,I od;u: :ul de sac In SW corner, and-
i: io.or:a ie. in the N 1/2 of NW 1/4 of
section 12,, T4S, R7E,, Taylor County,
Florida.
Together with that certain mobile home
located thereon, described as a 1997
value trailer corp. Singlewide with serial ,.-.
number GAFLT39AO7599VH21 and title,
number 72749818.;
A/K/A 484 Leon Ward Road, Perry, FL
32347
Witness my hand and the seal of this
court on August 15, 2006
Annie M. Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk :
8/25, 9/1

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Hlqwatha Mohawk, Case No. 06-541 C-P,
filed in the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit, In and For Taylor County, Florida,
The address of which, Is Taylor County
Courthouse, P.O. Box 620, Perry, Florida
32348. The names and addresses of the
Personal Representatives and the
attorneys representing the estate are set
forth below,
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whompa
copy of this notice is required to be
served musffile their claims with this court
within the later of 3 months after the tirfie
of the first publication of this notice or 30
days after the date of service of a- copy
of this notice on them. ,
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands-
against decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court within 3 months after
the date of the first publication of this
notice.
all claims not filed within the time periods
set forth in section 733.702 of the Florida
Probate Code will be forever barred. "
Notwithstanding the time periods set forth
above, any claim filed two (2) years or
more after the decedent's date of death
Is barred.
The first, date.of publication of.this noticeIls
September 1, 2006.
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES:
Debbie Carlton, 3310 Carlton Road, Perry,
Florida 32347; and Andrew "Buck"
McLeod, 25904 Manhattan Lane, Astor,
Floridd 32102,
Attorney for the Personal Representative:
William W. Blue
Blue & Byers, PLLC
115 W. Bay Street -
Perry, Florida 32347
(850)584-3111
9/1

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Optimist Club President Scott
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their-seatbelts.
In -'addition, students "caught"
wearing safety helmets while
riding, their bikes to school will
also be eligible for rewards.
TH, club will present each
winning student with $25 on the
spot, Keeler said.
-The* program will be on-going
over the next six weeks, with
Keeler conducting ride-alongs
all local law enforcement
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Scouts take



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in simulator

By ZACHARY WIGGINS
Boy Scout
Troop 600 of Perry recently
embarked on an adventure to
Warner Robins Aeronautical
Museum in Georgia.
In this trip the scouts
participated in many exciting
activities. These activities include
making their own flight plan and
in addition to. that they flew the
course in a virtual training center.
.As if it couldn't get better than
that,-they all earned the aviation
merit badge.
If you know anyone with any
interest in high adventure or who
just likes to have fun, talk to them
about Boy Scouts.


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If you are a member of the Taylor County Class of 1973 you
are invited to reunite with your classmates

Labor Day Weekend in Steinhatchee!
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Other events are scheduled throughout the weekend.

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or call Lee Shiver (706) 692-3774
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Auctions

AUCTION 3,444 Acres Prime Timberland Randolph County,
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