<%BANNER%>
HIDE
 Section A: Main
 Section A: Main: Living
 Section A: Main: Sports
 Section A: Main: Religion
 Section A: Main continued
 Section B: Community
 Section B: Looking Back
 Section B continued
 Section B: Classifieds














Perry news-herald
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028293/00088
 Material Information
Title: Perry news-herald
Portion of title: Perry news herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Perry Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 2006
Publication Date: 1958-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Perry (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Taylor County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Taylor -- Perry
Coordinates: 30.114444 x -83.5825 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 29, no. 32 (Oct. 9, 1958)-
General Note: William E. Griffin, editor.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581379
oclc - 10545720
notis - ADA9537
lccn - sn 84007801
issn - 0747-0967
System ID: UF00028293:00088
 Related Items
Related Items: Taco times
Preceded by: Taylor County news
Preceded by: Perry herald (Perry, Fla. : 1925)

Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        page A 1
        page A 2
    Section A: Main: Living
        page A 3
    Section A: Main: Sports
        page A 4
    Section A: Main: Religion
        page A 5
    Section A: Main continued
        page A 6
    Section B: Community
        page B 1
    Section B: Looking Back
        page B 2
    Section B continued
        page B 3
    Section B: Classifieds
        page B 4
        page B 5
        page B 6
Full Text






50





e News-Herald WEd
E Est.1889


September 8-9, 2006


Tree ~Pit


tih ?Year, Koi,


News


Forum

Mmmmm good!
Buckeye Community Federal
Credit Union is hosting a cake
auction today (Friday), from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m.
. All proceeds benefit the March of
Dimes WalkAmerica event planned
Saturday, Sept. 23.
Bakers invite you to "come by and
tickle your taste buds!"
For more information or to place a
bid by phone, please call Cynthia
Nowlin at 223-7152.

Get Rowdy! BBQ
at City Park today
The annual Rowdy Girl/Rotary
Club Community Cook Out benefiting
the March of Dimes WalkAmerica will
be held today (Friday) at City Park,
from noon to 1:30 p.m.
Dinners will include BBQ chicken
and all the trimmings.

Society prepares
to publish 17th
'They Were Here'
Submissions are still being
accepted for, the 17th installment of
the Taylor County Historical Society's
"They Were Here" series.
Forms are available -at the
society's museum (located in
downtown Perry). The museum is
open on Thursdays from 1-5 p.m.

Start snapping
for annual baby
photo contest
Shutterbugs have about five weeks
to capture that special moment on
film for the annual Florida Forest
Festival Baby Photo Contest.
The deadline for entries is Friday,
Oct. 13, at 12 p.m. Photos must have
been taken after April 1, 2006.
Categories range from birth to four
years. Winners will be announced at
the 51st annual Florida Forest
Festival Little King & Queen Pageant
Saturday, Oct. 14.
Entries should be turned in at,
Photos, Frames & Trophies, located
at 102 East Main Street in downtown
Perry.
For additional information, call
Feebee Houck at 584-6979.

Support the
'Pride of Taylor'
The "Pride of Taylor" Band
Boosters will meet Monday, Sept. 11,
at 7 p.m., in the band room of Taylor
County High School.
All parents and supporters of band
students are encouraged to attend.,

SAC meets
The Taylor County High School
Advisory Council (SAC) will meet
Tuesday, Sept. 12, at 3:15 p.m., in the
TCHS conference room. The meeting
is open to the public.


Index
,Living ...page A-3
Sports... page A-4
Religion...page A-5
Looking Back...page B-2
TV Listings...page B-3
Classifields...page '-4

"H 11 R^^^


Drastic change in policy


Paving priorities streamlined


The Taylor County Commission
approved drastic changes to the
way county roads will be,
prioritized for paving during its
Thursday morning meeting.
The board approved a proposal
first authored by Commissioner
Jack Brown and later revised by
Commissioner Malcolm Page.
Currently money from the local
option gas tax--after maintenance
and operating costs for the road


department--is divided equally
among the five districts to be spent
at the discretion of the
commissioners. If a paving project
is more than a commissioner can
afford, other commissioners can
offer a portion of their funds to
help complete the project.
Starting with the 2007 budget
year, however, new road paving
funds will be allocated with 50
percent divided equally among the


No recount in



district 4 race

A .recount will not be conducted in the Democratic race for county
commissioner. district 4, where' candidates Rudolph Parker and Pam
Feagle %L ere separated by just seven votes.
SParker edged out Feagle at the polls by six votes (397-391) and picked
up an additional vote when provisional ballots were tallied.
Under Florida election law, recounts are required when a candidate is
eliminated "by one-half of one percent or less" of the total votes cast for
the office.
"Mr. Parker received 37.62 percent of the total votes; Mrs. Feagle
received 36.96 percent of the votes. The difference between the two was
.66. There will not be a recount because the difference exceeds the
required amount which would automatically demand a recount,"
Supervisor of Elections Molly H. Lilliott said. "Mrs. Feagle made a verbal
request for a recount, but we have not received anything in writing, as
required by law."
She added, "We have spoken with the state elections office and they
concurred that a recount was not called for because of the (greater)
difference."
Parker now advances to the General Election, where he will face
Republican Richard Schwab for the district 4 seat.
In other election news, Lilliott said that use of the new touch screen
terminal outpaced the traditional paper ballots.
"* Please see page 2


five districts with the rest being put
into a new countywide road paving
pool.
According to the policy, the
paving order will be determined by
set criteria including density (the
number of residences, businesses
and churches on a road divided by
the length of the road) and the
traffic counts (the average number
of trips per day on the road).
A prioritized .list will be


prepared and presented at a regular
board meeting, during which -the
public will be able to add input.
Commissioner Pat. Patterson
began discussions, objecting to a
-fine in the proposals stating it was
a "fair and equitable formula,"
asking how it could be fairer than
equal distribution.
Commissioner Clay Bethea
pointed out that while the City of
Perry receives a portion of the gas


tax mbney for roads within the
city, his district is the only one that
does not have a portion in the city
limits.
"I have mpre than half the roads
in the county and my district is
physically larger than any other
district and you're going to give me
20 percent?" Bethea said.
Patterson also objected to giving
** Please see page 2


Minor injuries
A 1997 Ford pick-up violated the-right-of-way of a 1998 Dodge Durango Thursday at the
intersection of Ash and Johnson-Stripling roads. The driver of the Ford was found to be, at
fault, according to Perry Police Department Ptl. Lin Gray. Doctors' Memorial Hospital
Emergency Medical Services personnel were called to the scene, but both drivers, who
sustained only minor injuries, signed AMA (Against Medical Advice) forms.


The Taylor County Commission
will hold the first of two public
hearings Monday to finalize its
$37.8 million proposed budget for
the 2006-07 fiscal year.
This is more than a 12 percent
increase compared to the current
year's budget.
One of the major changes in the
budget is how solid waste revenue
will be collected. Rather than
collect money at the roll-off sites
around the county for certain
materials, the non-ad valorem
assessment for solid waste will be
increased from $125 to $140.
Under this plan, money would no
longer be collected at the roll-off
sites. According to county
officials, it is an attempt to cut
down on vandalism and people
breaking into the sites after hours


to avoid paying the fees.
The Taylor County Sports
Complex has $2 million budgeted,
f which could finish the project
much earlier than expected.
Other major capital projects
funded in the budget include
$30,000- for restroom facilities at
the Steinhatchee Community
Center, $30,000 for a new roof at
the Historical Society and an
additional $100,000 for the
Steinhatchee Boat Ramp fund.
An additional sheriffs deputy
was added for the south end of the
county but a request from Doctors'
Memorial Hospital for an ALS unit
for the beaches area did not make
the budget.
Taylor County Fire/Rescue had
requested six new firefighter
positions and more than $1.6


million in capital improvements
including a new facility in Keaton
Beach, three brush trucks and four
tanker trucks, but commissioners
were unable to fund any of them in
the MSTU fund.


Another major change in the
budget is how non-profit
organizations will receive their
money from the county. In a
proposed plan, the county could
give a lump sum of $100,000 to the


United Way and let them distribute
the money rather than make
individual donations to local
groups.
,,* Please see page 6


City budget hearing Tuesday


The City of Perry will hold the
first public, hearing on its $8.6
million proposed budget for- the
2006-07 fiscal year Tuesday, Sept.
12, at 6:30 p.m.
The council will also consider
the proposed millage rate of
4.6675 (which remains the same as
last year's tax).
The budget includes a three


Mayor Emily Ketring, left, presented a ceremonial key to the city to Agriculture and
Consumer Services Commissioner Charles Bronson, who flew for a special visit here
Wednesday. Also on hand to welcome Bronson to Taylor County were Farm Bureau
President Auley Rowell and City Manager Bob Brown.


percent raise for city employees; it
is also the second consecutive
budget that cuts out contributions
to local non-profit organizations.
(The city has made provisions to
allow .city residents to include
donations to United Way with their
city bills; to date, zero dollars have
been received by the city for
United Way.)


The city's proposed capital ,
expenditures include some;
$65,000 to address flooding issues'
on Warner Street and $40,000 set
aside for the development of an
aquatic park at the site of the now
closed -Jerkins Pool. According to
City Finance Director Penny
Staffney, the $40,000 would cover
"about one-third of the project."


Perry rolls out red


carpet for Bronson

Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner Charles Bronson got.:
the royal treatment Wednesday when he visited Perry and was presented a":
key to the city by Mayor Emily Ketring.
Following a brief ceremony at the Perry-Foley Airport, Bronson spoke
to the Perry Kiwanis Club about several issues he considers important to;-
the future of Florida.
Bronson reported on his recent attendance at the Farm to Fuel Summit
in Orlando which was attended by more than 300 people from 10 states;
and Brazil. The goal is to reduce America's dependence on foreign.
oil.
Bronson has been appointed to a new steering committee named
"25 x '25"--which is committed to seeing that the nation's agricultural
industry produces 25 percent of the country's energy needs by the year
2025, but he believes the goal can be accomplished by 2015.
"Currently, most ethanol production in the United States is made from
corn but new and emerging technologies, some of which are being
developed by Florida's universities, will enable production of ethanol and
other alternative fuels from many of the crops grown in Florida," he
said.
Bronson said the use of crops for fuel could be a new money-making
opportunity for farmers.
"If farmers cannot make money on their land, they will sell it to
developers," he said.


,,.* Please see page 6


First public hearing planned Monday


County budget includes garbage fee hike


.....


I I I II


I


Alk


)







A- Perry News-Herald September 8-9, 2006


School board approves




a $36.7 million budget


The Taylor County District
School Board held a public hearing
at its regularly scheduled board
meeting Tuesday to vote on the
proposed $36.7 million budget for
the 2006-07 school year, which
passed unanimously.
The good news is that the
millage rate is decreasing .407
mills from last year's budget.
According to Finance Director Bill
Hunter, the extra money to operate


the district for the upcoming year
is the result of an overall increase
in the county's gross taxable value
and an increase in state education
grants.
With the smaller millage
tentatively set for this year,
property owners who have made
no major improvements, will see a
nearly 5.5 percent decrease in
taxes.
The district will operate on' the


$36.7 million budget, up from last
year's $33 million.
Federal sources account for $6.3
million in revenues, while state
sources will contribute $17.4
million. Local sources will add aw;
additional $11.6 million
Instructional costs account for
the lion's share of budget
expenditures, at $16.3 million,
with operations taking tip $3.1
million.


The transportation department.
will use $1.9 million. \% while school
administration costs account for
$1.7 million.'
The capital outlay ita (2 mills)
will generate approxiiriatel 2.4
million, which wili be used for
classroom renovation at Perry -
Primary- School, purchasing six-
new school buses and
maintenance, renovations and-,
repairs district wide.


New Lafayette judge has Taylor County ties


In appreciation
Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce Director Dawn
Taylor presented the Taylor County Commission with a plaque
of appreciation from the Gold Wing Road Riders Association
(GWRRA) for the reception they received during the recent
Southeastern Rally held here. Above, Taylor (left) presents
the plaque to Commission Chairman Daryll Gunter. According
to Taylor, the motorcycle enthusiasts are looking forward to
returning to Taylor County for their 2007 rally.

Leadership Council meets Saturday
The Taylor County Leadership Council will meet Saturday, Sept. 9, at
Jerkins Community Center.
All members are invited to be present at the 5 p.m. meeting.

2 county commission races will
-be decided in General Election


RECOUNT
(Oontinued from page 1
"In some precincts, more voters used the touch screen than the other,"
she said.
"Everything went very smoothly and we appreciate everyone coming
out to the polls," Lilliott continued. "Our voter turnout was strong with
right at 40 percent--and I would like to see that increase for the General
Election in November."
STwo county commission seats (districts 2 and 4) will be on the
november. ballot, along with a referendum to let voters decide whether or
rot to reauthorize the Taylor County Commission to grant tax exemptions
to new businesses and expanding businesses.
Democrat Mark.Wiggins will face Republican Sonny Parker for the
district 2 county seat.


I,,Lafayette County has a ne'k
county judge with Taylor Counts
ties.
I Darren Jackson, 35. defeated
Leenette W. McMillan b\ a margin
of 180 votes to become the
county's head magistrate.
Jackson became an attorneN in


Crafts to be

showcased

at Pow Wow
The Oak Hill Village of
Perry will host a Pow \\ o the
weekend of Sept. 15-17 at
Forest Capital State Park.
Daily programs will be held
from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on
Friday and Saturday: Sunda\
events will be held from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Admrission is,
free.
Activities will include
intertribal and Creek stomp
dancing, drumming. Natii e
American craft display. s
storytelling and an auction


1)98 and immediately acquired a
job %ith the Assistant State
Artorne.'s Office here. % here he
worked d for six %ears. prosecuting a
\ arietN of cases, gimino him 'a \ast
amount of experience that could
not be garnered in private
practice.
"The experience I received in
Tailor Counts defmnitel helped
me get to the point %%here I'm at


noi\." Jackson said Thursday. "It
%uas a valuable learning
,i experience. I jas able to ,'ork
i\ ith sonm- ofthe best and seasoned
attorneys in the circuit. w while in
Perry '
Jackson returned to his
hometown n of Ma.o 1v.0o \ears ago
to begin a private practice., which
he will close do%%n now while e he
assumes county judgeship for the


Patterson against n


PAVING
Continued from page 1
up 50 percent of her paying funds
to an at-large pool.
"I'll1 ell Nou up front. I'm not for
that." Patterson said.
"I realize that %e need to help
one another. Since I've been on this
board our commissioners \\ho
ha\e served on the board have
been killingg to g)ie up
funds.'-
She continued "1 cannot sit up
here and tell ou I'm killingg to
giue up funding to put it in a pool.
If it comes down to that. I'll tell


\ou %hat. I'll gite \ou five
percent. That s the most I'm willing
to gi\e up.
'This "%as an attempt at a
compronuse." Pace said.
'\What % e're Lrn ing to do is make
this so it's not a political decisionr.
Broth n said.
'1 started this process and that's
wh. I support it. and I think
Malcolm did a good job impro\ ing
it." he added.
"I don't see it as a political moe
to ha\e the funding sta% equal."
Patterson said. 'I see it as
responsibility to the people \ou
represent. If 'ou don't want people


neit si\ sears.
"NIl immediate plans include-.":
shadoing retiring Count Judge----:
Hailo" Land and learn as much-asi -
I can before reporting tor duty on- .-
Jan. I." he said. -
"Judee Land has been in this.
business for a long tune and Lcanu't.
think of a better mentor." -
Jackson and his wife. Heather,
haxe tluee children. .a,1


ew policy
... -'.--^i
calling _ou voicing their opinions.
then I don't think \ou should be on -
the board. -,
"Each person should have an.-
opportunity to call ou. Thai's
khat it's all about."
.There is nobod\ on this board--
hho doesn't respond and will--
continue to respond to phone
calls." Brown said. "What this M.
does is set the criteria so \\ hen you.:--'-
get calls \ou can explain the'
process.' -
Bethea made a motion to
approve the ne\ police. and Brown
seconded. The measure passed 4-1-:.
,ath Patterson \oung against. -


Thanks for your vote and kindness that you
have shown me during this campaign. I am
deeply humbled and honored by the confidence
you have placed in me by making me your
Democratic candidate for County Commissioner,
District 4.


5"


Thanks to the other candidates in this race for the clean and
honorable way you have conducted your campaigns.

I will soon be going door-to-door, seeking your support and vote
once again.

I want to be a commissioner you can be proud of.
Please give me the chance to serve you.


*;frni nn!1I


S Paid political advertisement, approved and paid for by the campaign of Rudolph Parker, Democrat, for County Commissioner, District 4.


2002 Mercury Sable GS 2003 Ford Escape XLT
4 door. .3.0 A4. Tan. Stk. 260064B Premium. Door. j 0 A4, 4x2. Grren. Stk # P538
$7,977 $16,977


2006 Ford F150 STX
XCab. 6.5SB. 4 6 A4, 44. Bla:k. Stk. f260029A
$26,777

2006 Ford Ranger XLT
XCab, SB, 4.011/A5, 4-x4, Gray. Stk #260195A 2.315 nMl6s
$21,257
2006 Ford Taurus SE
4 Door, .3 0 'A4. Gold, Stk. #P5:33
$15,677

2006 Ford Taurus SE
4 door. 3 0 A4, Griay. Stk. #P-541
$15,677
2005 Ford Escape XLT Sport
5 Door, 3.0/A4, FWD, Maroon, Sik. #250114A
$15,677

2005 Ford Ranger FX4
Off-Road, XCab, SB, 4.0/A5, 4x4, Blue, Stk. #260087A
$18,877

2004 Ford F150 XLT
Reg., 6.5SB, 4.6/A4, 4x2, Blue, Stk. #260141A
$15,477

2004 Ford F250 HD Lariat Crew
6.0, Diesel, SWB, FX4, Gray, Stk. #P544
$33,677

2004 Ford Ranger Edge
Reg. SB, 3.0/M5, 4x4, Gray, Stk. #260195A1
$13,977


2003 Ford F150 Lariat
Xcab, SB, 5.4 A4. 4x2. Blue. Stk. H270016B
$17,477

2003 Ford F150 XLT FX4
OIl.R,'ad Cret 5.4 A4. 4x4. Maroon. Stk #260189T
$20,977

2002 Ford Explorer Sport
Prremiun',.,1 Doo:r. 4 0.iA5 4.:2. Blue. Stk #'260027C
$12,997

2002 Ford F150 XLT FX4
Off-Rad X.:.ib. SB. 4.6.'A4. 4x4, Blue Sik #P543
$19,677
2000 Ford F250 SD XLT
Ext. LB, 73TD, A4, 4x-, White, Stk. #270036A
$15,977

2004 Dodge Ram 1500 Laramie
Quad SB, 5.7/A5, 4x4, Maroon. Stk. #260203A
-$21,997

2003 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT
Quad Cab,-SB, 4.7/A5 4x4, Silver, Stk. 4260032TA
$18,277

2006 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT
Xcab, MB, 4.8/A4, 4x2, Gold, Stk. #P540
$18,877

2001 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD
Xcab, SB, 6.0/A4, 4x4, Black, Stk. # 60218A
$17,977


Dear Voters ofDistrict One,
(Precincts 12 & 14)


I want to thank

a, the people who voted

and supported me!



Thank You! Thank You!


Thank You!


May God bless each and every one of you.
Best Wishes,

Randy Trammell

SPaid Political Advertisement paid for and.approved by Randy Trammell, Candidate for School Board Diirin:l I


V


All Prices plus Tax, Title & Tag and $299 administration fee.
Parts & Service Hours:
N/Ion.-Fri. 7:3()-5:30 & Sat. 7:30-3:00 850-584-6178 or 800-763-4589
sales Hours:
N'lon.-Fri. 7:30-6:00 & Sal. 7:30-5:00 2441 South Byron Butler Parkway, Perry, FL
SHOP ONLINE AT WWW.TIMBERIANDFORD.COM


I --C I -~ I-- ~9 --3:1









Living


A-3 Perry News-Herald September 8-9, 2006


-I ~


During beachfront reception


Couple celebrates 50th ann


Dr. Charles Holmes and his
wife, Merelyn, celebrated their
50th wedding anniversary on Aug.
12, during a beachfront reception
at the home of Merelyn's sister,
Hope Sullivan, in Lillian, Ala.
Hope's husband, the Rev.
Richard Sullivan, administered the
renewal of marriage vows in a
ceremony on the shore of Perdido
Bay. The reception was hosted by
their daughter Donna Whitworth of
Brooksville and granddaughter
Courtney Whitworth of
Tallahassee, Hope (McCall) and


Richard Sullivan of Lillian and
Carol Clifford of Dallas, Texas.
Among the 50 guests were
classmates and former Perry
residents Dr. arid Mrs. Wilson
Hendry and daughter Rachel, of
Sarasota. Also Dr. and Mrs. Cecil
Carlton of Pensacola and
Bryanette Moon of Perry attended
the event.
Trips to Branson, Mo., Pigeon
Forge, Tenn., and a Thanksgiving
cruise are planned as the
celebration continues.
Dr. Holmes and Merelyn are


natives of Perry and now live in
Sailboat Bay, a marina condo
community in Gulf Shores, Ala.
He is a retired Air Force pilot who
flew 236 combat missions over
Vietnam, earning the
Distinguished Flying Cross,
Bronze Star and 11 Air Medals.
He received a Ph.D. from
Florida State University in 1976
and retired in 2000 from
Bainbridge College, a unit of the
,university system of Georgia, as
fall professor.
They now spend'time boating,


iversary

fishing and traveling. Charles is an
amateur photographer and
primarily does nature scenes of
Mobile Bay.
His book, "Politically Correct
Economics," has been accepted for A
publication by Science and
Humanities Press and should be
out in the spring of next year.
Merelyn is the daughter of the
late. Rev. and Mrs. James H.
McCall. Her sister, Virginia
Trofemuk, lives in Perry. Dr.
Holmes is the son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. (PaBoy) Holmes.


At Forest Capital Hall


Merelyn and Dr. Charles Holmes


New Arrivals
Ayden Riley Sadousky
Amber and Stacy Sadousky of Perry announce the birth of their son,
Ayden Riley, on June 1, 2006, at 11:34 a.m. at Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital.
He weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces, and was 19 and three-quarters inches
long.
Christian McCoy Rock
Steven and Chrissy Rock announce the birth of their son, Christian
McCoy, on Aug. 2, 2006. He weighed 8 lbs., 9 ozs. and was 20 and one-
quarter inches long.
Helping to welcome him was his big sister, Alexis Rock, along with
paternal grandparents Fred and Lori Lutz, paternal great grandparents Tom
and Helen Mansfield and maternal grandparents Bill and Kay Green, all of
Perry.

Reunion
6Deaf
The Deal family reunion will be held Sunday, Sept. 10, at 1 p.m. at
Forest Capital Park.
Everyone is asked to bring a covered dish, while drinks and utilities will,
be provided.


I^*:^'^^


Dear District 2,
Thank you for your vote ai
Primary Election. Your supl
I ask for your continued
General Election Nov. 7th t
continue to move this great


future.



PAID PC


Than


POLITICAL ADVERT SEMENT, PAID FOR AND APF
DEMOCRAT FOR COUNT/ COMMISSION


id support in the
)ort is humbling.
support in the
to make sure we
counIt' into the

k you,


PROVED B'( MARK WIGGINIS,
ER DISTRICT II


It's Here...a new beginning!








COMMUNITY CHURCH
Church of God of Prophecy
I 304 N. Jefferson St. Perry, Florida
Pastor Jim Brinkley
Hope deferred makes the heart sick,
but a longing fulfilled is a tree of life. Proverb :.1 3
Life often needs a fresh start to continue on with purpose and
passion. God offers us that fresh start. We are people just like
\ou who live in our community and seek God for life's answers.
We are united in helping each other through life's struggles,
vlule bringing he\w hope into our community
...one lire at a time.
Sunday Gatherings:
',* Sunday School 9:30 am
I. Morning Worship 10:30 am
Evening Worship 5:00 pm

People just like you...come and share the vision.
K For information call Jim @' 850-371-2004 2


AARP driving course Sept. 12-13


The AARP Driver's Safety
Program (formerly called 55-
Alive) will be offered Sept. 12-13
at Forest Capital Hall from 9 a.m.
until 1 p.m.
The two-day class will be taught
by volunteer Peggy Williams for a
fee of- $10 for books and
certificates.. '


"Upon completion, certificates
are awarded," said Williams. "Any
driver over 55 with a certificate of
completion must be given a
discount by his or her insurance
provider.
"State law mandates .this," she
added.
Interested. persons should


Weekend bake sales support

March of Dimes WalkAmerica
Fund-raisers for the March of Dimes are in full-bloom around Taylor
County.
A bake sale continues today (Friday) at Goodman's Bar-B-Que from
5:30 until 8:30 p.m.
A separate bake sale and yard sale will be held Saturday, Sept. 9, from
7:30 until 12 noon at Premiere Medical Clinic.
. Both events will raise money for March of Dimes WalkAmerica, which
will be held Saturday, Sept. 23. .


contact Williams at 584-2690 to
reserve a place in this class.
Currently seven are enrolled and
the class will be capped at 20.
"Anyone can take this course
and it surely underscores the


importance of defensive driving,
but it is specifically geared to
people 50 and over. It teaches you
how to compensate for reaction
times and skills that diminish as
you age."


Reminder

D Davis Turner -
Katrina Davis an4 Roger Turner remind friends and relatives of their-
wedding on Sept. 16, at 2 p.m., in Crosspoint Baptist Church. A reception .
will follow at the church.


Let a professional help!
SHARON CONE
(850) 838-6450


Check out our website www.perrynewspapers.com KELLY & KELLY
PROPERTIES


- .... ..Air i*WW( .i.lf


Over 80
NOW
Aft.
M^I *
Ail E


MONTH.


NOW

G.J


FUNDRAISING
Gifts, Parties & More
For brochure or to
book a party contact
Cindy Rister
(850) 223-3086
HOME_INT_CR@yahoo.com


Channels


* Over 240 Channels
NOW


MONTH


SpACKAGE. PICK yOu

pk LIMITED TIME OFFER! CO,



SAVE $100
Off our already low programming prices!
"Atier a S10u 3 Mntlr ,Credit tof 10 Monthorh


a LoCdI ,:hMrrWIE 3-all ableIIei, &ur1H I e Ie'lsl on rni,,krL a'd 9i'4. or TVti ehjd
Progranarm.-i.,p HAMirt pLji'~ ,i.iaiiI Ior, I r.D-girgd Ii-orrE Ad u'inllr,1e 41 CIO %..ri.;' .Ar ,, .1i;l v-1: .r~,, ..Io01 :-1- ..c; I. W.i rt r~rl. ....... 1 liIn~ial *.-,?d, ,drP1I:-r. 1:,-, w rd.d u C f I.r : u(. ~ ,'
raccrc i 100.1 -eh lgd, man ithk,,,:i .: 10 cor.;,eciii n.:r,th, s.lC.sar.qs ,r D p .1iriI.. 0, WHAP Ipl r r. O iH) v. rn I'..1,pn V ,..u ,q .rmnr L rld, tr u!min i I., 'd.~l:i iin. .. Ir-, V-1.111
Cilstuarerv~ii OWi u-,, aoc,.iy .?aI rChrpacIdr I.nat-jen..lf,:-1..LIPJ h1.r.:r k mm rn ''tjl.. I;. i racinai r. Ar'', 3,re,. rn.ri.rc'.vl Ki~drt Toil? ,(a" cuM : r 'miii ualt:. dr-.r-,II7,j? .ii IT.:r
rA,Lime .m 'r C o,.1.,ppil -91iito r Hle Ad..aage~: Pay 'S 4 Avt3 k ~ly rrinn emrer-te .i. illi A' -1 1 1. AII 1L.11 1111 Ar,.C. i rI eni I,jrlrnl qp,j.4 I,~ChA 8- qwifldS.,clai Ad-7 iirfp~dber .aiia major I- Ad,, .J 'd .t Ii
ap-~lIT q..iF,inpi.mu,,,ip. ~,I- p ildrior ,-lji. dn f it,16monfri a cnceiix'r Yri, Is ,,l hv :it t540 ; ., 1pt- -rtir,',',* Il i p-pidlyE.qnr mlr iIi '.,-,wr.j .-d v 'iH II,. .7c-Apc 1,,
mnmlor. r,'.i .ai.ryl.-riJ irl,IjEE LIMl'IT 4 tliLdi E r 7fTn. hcinrhi, pick~ge p.icnirC.i.,dc1 a,.-L. t ,Icm.-fl e.ii l,' leA ,C. : Ir .. 1 0 i(r I r '., i. 114vlcr an .-Iio n..ld,,.&dI .A ninthily J.npr," n mr' s l I w .1 '' -) : ',i'4) .111
be hr'i Ipnc le- H ;L,p a ir'~c. 0 i The ,.!-b.ea up w.lemid r fl-.ei a p5 Ix- n,- rile (ia l m-o.n ~ ,,it 'i h 3.lii~A, ''(dleik W w ill bt --i -d -nrn.7rhIA Iv .~, u I pPc- .. .h 'I~l '.. ii ii
r.it-cand I To .C. Y'PhO'~. Ii',, HO Crv.qr in g rvd lq ru' 'AD ,i I r.. i H-O r .1i1, 1 i .0d u:,i 1,,,' Le3 irqi d, n-E. It ,p .' HO CD.R .:,p,eIr .r.cl maq ppl, to, 3* epond DjtAa c ;Iti 1 A .AA ro- o si nc
As -6 Di7N. '.,I.OV? Ai'l. dIc poli0 OR redi ,O'R ,.?eli~a,

Al., 1 J. .,, IT ln,h n. -1iiir f.d l~d dl 1 1- 1AI- 1 L -1i' ilV1


I


,.











Sports


Keaton Beach
Fishing Report.


g



















C


ONE MORE CAST
Guide Service
Operating from Keaton Beach Marina
Pat McGriff
(850) 584-9145
200 Kate Dr.


Een.NPe A- fa September 8-9, 2006





II..E w .



K : ."" \,i ;.,z .


.. ..... -.T C H S



;. receiver Greg Sneed (5)
breaks for daylight during
Recent football action. Sneed,-
S. who helped lead the Bulldogs'
S : ,offensive effort last week
with 9 catches for 155
yards, will likely be called
:- on again when TCHS travels
', bto Mariannra this Friday.
,. ., ; : ,-..,*:,. ,. i : ," / -. 'g '= + '" -


Dove season opens statewide Oct. 7th


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservatio'-Commissidh (FkWC)
.-, t ,'s <'has announ he hunting season
dates for dove, snipe, woodcock,
crow, early duck, goose, rail and
common moorhen.
Hunters may take mourning and
white-winged doves during three
hunting periods statewide. The
first phase runs Oct. 7-30, second
phase is Nov. 11-26 and third,
phase runs Dec. 9 Jan. 7.
Shooting hours for the first phase
5 are noon to sunset. During the
second and third phases, shooting
hours are one-half hour before
s sunrise to sunset. The daily bag
limit on doves is 12.
^. Snipe sespn is.Nov, .1 -eb.
15 statewide;iand-the dai-ly bag
limit on snipe is eight. Woodcock
are legal to take statewide Dec. 16


-Tide


SF 8 High 3:18 AM 3.5
8 Low 9:14 AM 0.5
t 8 High 3:30 PM 4.1
8 Low 9:49 PM 0.3
-- a 9 Hlinh 3:44 AM '


9
9
9.
Sul10
10
10

M 11
1"1
11
11


Fie


Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low


9:59 AM
4:18 PM
10:20 PM
4:09 AM
10:44 AM
5:08 PM
10:48 PM
4:34 AM
11:31 AM
6:00 PM
11:15 PM


Happy

Birthday


- Jan. 14, and the daily bag limit
is three.
Crows are legal game statewide
on Saturday and Sundays only
through Oct. 29, then every day
Nov. 11 Feb. 18. There are no
bag or possession limits on
crows.
The special September duck
season for wood ducks and teal,
runs Sept. 23-27 statewide.
Hunters may take four ducks per
day, only two of which may be
wood' ducks.
Canada goose, which is already
in season in the Florida waters of
Lake Seminole in Jackson
County, runs through Sept. 27.
Huntgrs may .take, five Caltad
geese per day .
Rail and common moorhen
hunting, which is already in


Tables


Tu12
12
12
12
W13
13
13
Th14
14
14
14
F 15
15
15


High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
SLow


5:00 AM.
12:23 PM
6:58 PM
11:41 PM
5:28 AM
1:28 PM
8:16 PM
12:07 AM
6:03 AM
2:57 PM
10:16 PM
12:44 AM
6:54 AM
4:41 PM


3.8
0.1
2.9
1.7
3.6
0.4
2.5
2.0
3.4
0.6
2.3
2.2
3.2
0.6


* -'.~~7'-r4T:".-


progress, runs through Nov. 9
statewide.
The daily bag limit is 15
clapper and king rails, 25 sora and
Virginia rails and 15 common
moorhens. There -is no open
season for purple gallinules.
Shooting hours for snipe,
woodcock, crows, ducks, geese,
rails and moorhens are one-half
hour before sunrise to sunset.

KEATON BEACH
MARINA
17 Miles South of Perry on,
the Taylor County Coast
(850).578-2897



Motel RV Hookups
Boat Storage 9 Boat Lift
SBoat Ramp *Fishing Licenses
Bait, Tackle, Ice Groceries/Snacks
Beer, Soft Drinks Fishing Info
"We Have Everything You Need!"


Call me for a
FREE Market Analysis
NELDA
PARKER / -
(850) 843-1823 -
,,: ',, .

KELLY & KELLY PROPERTIES



The Barnyard PG)
Fri. &Sat. 7:30 p.m.
Sunday' 4:00 p.m.
Little Man (PG-13)
Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m.
Sunday 4:00 p.m


Invincible
ri. & Sat 7


S(PG-13)
n3 r m


I ii. 0 ,dL. I. ,I p.m.1
P-MER M ir Sunday 4:00 p.m.
CAMEl RONI *No Thursday Showings
Coming Soon...
S- Ant Bully The Guardian
Love, Step Up
Iana BOX OFFICE PRICES
an Sunday Matinee $4.00 All Seats
other showings $5.00 All Seats
S... .. 118 E. Park St. (behind Foodland) 223-6684










Sa Cameron k

SHapirthcock a
All, 'Sept. 7, 2006


In addition to a hunting license,
"- migratory 'bird permit also is
required when taking migratory
game birds in Florida. In order to
receive the no-cost permit, hunters
must answer a few questions
regarding last season when
purchasing their hunting license.
The compiled information
provides the U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Service a better
assessment on how many birds are
harvested each year.
The FWC recommends hunters
obtain the '"2006-2007 Migratory
Bird Regulations for Dove, Snipe,
Woodcock, Rail, Moorhen, Crow
and Early Waterfowl Seasons"


IMdRK


brochure and the "2006-200.7
Florida Hunting Regulations"
handbook at
MyFWC.com/hunting. These


publications also are available
from county tax collectors'
offices, license agents or at
MyFWC.com/hunting.


Speckled Trout
Redfish Oneg NE Co s
Blues, etc. r

Operating from Keaton Beach Marina
No Fishing License Required For Customers
(850) 584-9145
Pat 200 Kate Dr.
S Pat McGriff U.S.C.G License Perry, FL 32348


Sincerely,

/<'-V ^ '."^


/'


SOUTHERIAAND

Taylor County School Board, District 1

Paid political advertisement paid for and approved by
Mark Southerland/Non-partisan for School Board District I


Trout bite is good


ahead of full moon


Th niYO


To my friends in District 1,


Thank you for your vote and support in

Tuesday's Primary Election. I look forward to

serving you in the coming four years as,

together, we continue to put our children first.


_


i-----i -


IIIIIL~1-plnl~-~.~cCI~Cvarlr* I-~l~rclj n~~rl*s~rla~,~gplln~I


L I -- C-- I I -`I -I


I


By PAT McGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
. ,Trout fishing *was good in
advance of the full moon over the
holiday weekend as evidenced by
my\_trip Monday with Joel
Humphrey, his mother, Brenda
Humphrey, and his sister,
Meredith Hilley of Valdosta, Ga.,
who caught a limit of 20 trout,
with three more than 20 inches
long.
We fishiedjlivapinfish under
2.5-inch Cajun Thunders in 5-5.5.
feet of water. We fished just over
four hours, from 8:00 a.m. 'til
just after 12 noon.










Religion


A-5 Perry News-Herald September.&9, 20&


Spaghetti dinners offered Saturday


"Celebration of the Lord"
First United Methodist Church of Steinhatchee would like to min% e ihe
community to come and join their September "Celebrauon ot the Lord.'
This weekend Sunday school starts at 10 a.m. focusing on AN Meithods
Is..." Church service follows at 11.
Wednesday night will feature Bible study at 6 p.m.
The new stained glass windows will be dedicated Sunday, September
17, at 11 a.m. with a pot luck to follow the service. On Saturday, Sept. 30,
a fish fry will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. featuring bluegrass music.
Bible study begins Sept. 12,
A "Precept Upon Precept" Bible study, Hebrews, begins Tuesday, Sept.
12, at 305 Glenridge Road. Precept study method is being used across
America and in over 52 foreign countries by people seeking to know the
truths of the Word of God themselves.
These in-depth studies are widely acclaimed for their practical, personal
approach to Bible study. The study includes homework, discussion and a
powerful lecture time to direct you in unlocking the message of God's
Word.
For further information on joining the Precept study, please call Melody
Greene at 584-7619 or Ena Reed at 584-5718.
Catholics offer spaghetti dinners
The Immaculate Conception Catholic Church youth group invites the
community to its second annual spaghetti dinner fund-raiser.
The event will be held Saturday, Sept. 9, from 5 to 8 p.m. in the Catholic
Parish Hall. You may dine in or take out. Meals are $5 each and includes
spaghetti, salad, bread and a drink.
Lakeside celebrating 53rd homecoming
Lakeside Baptist Church will hold its 53rd Homecoming Sunday, Sept.
24; The day will begin with Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. and morning
worship at 11. Lorace Cothron will be the speaker. A community-wide
invitation is extended.

Card of Thanks


Wifson
Words cannot. express our
heartfelt gratitude for the love
shown to us during the loss of our
husband, father and grandfather,
through the cards, food, flowers
and special gifts.
We'd also like to thank Big Bend
Hospice, Doctors' Memorial
Hospital Emergency Medical
Services, Burns Funeral Home,
our pastor, the Rev. David
Stephens, and church family of
Perry First -Assembly. We shall


ever be grateful to each of you.
The family of Joseph H. Wilson


\l'omen's Day set for Sept. 10
The %konmen of the Senior Choir are sponsoring the annual Women's Da\
celebration Sunda-. Sept 10. at 11 a.m. at Neu. Brooklhn M.B. Church.
Fiist Laid\ C\ nthl MLcBride ill be the speaker. She \ di be introduced
by her daughter, Arcaia McBride.
"Everyone is invited to come and have a blessed time in the Lord," said
Mamie Ervin, president of the Senior Choir.

CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2959 Golf Course Rd,

Sunday Worship Services '
0.Un 3m S -I Suy Uh'. I 'T-


7:9U amU IInialy conuui
10:45 am Morning Worship
6:00 pm Evening Worship
8:00 pm Adult Choir Practice


Wednesday
Discipleship 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.


NOTICE
OF INHERITANCE
If you know Jesus Christ as your Lord and
Savior, you are an heir of God.
"Therefore, you are no longer a slave but a son, and if a
son, then an heir of God through Christ." -Gal. 4:7
Lakeside Baptist Church
"A PJace 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


Perry First Church of God
Sunday School 10:00 10:45
S. Worship Service 11:00 12:00
Children's Church 11:00 12:00
SSunday Night
S. Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
.",R. ......- .,. .C o-. .Choir Practice 6:00 6:45
Nursery provided with adult supervision 9:45-12:00 Sunday Service 7:00 -8:00
Mike Hicks, pastor Wednesday Night
Youth Group 6:00 7:30
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992 Study Group 7:00


Ate7 -Z ai' of Seremni1' 45 -

*would like to invite the community' to an 0 L fl
Open House and House Dedication .'"

Brett ffea Car(ton Serenity cfouse


"Unless the LORD builds the house, they labor in vain who build it..."
Psalm 127:1


For any questions or directions, call Robin at 672-0626


'First United Methodist Church>

Open Hearts Open Minds & Open Doors
"The People of the United Methodist Church"


302 N. Jefferson St. Perry Fl. (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460
Matt Wallis, pastor nursery provided Email fumcp@gtcom.net


Happy

6fth
Birthday

Booi~
w w-g


g epternber 7, 2006
yU you somuc h!
<, t Beph "
1 ..= ,
%. "v V~" '^ -., *' *-^"- '^ -.- 'v- .,- -' ,'./ ",-..--".. ',". -


.1


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


The true mark
of integrity.

O SELECTED
Independent
FUNERAL HOMES
Member by Invitation









Lokfi -h I0Oibol and
epctileveybet


J IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
CATHOLIC CHURCH
M9lSSS:
Sat. 6 p.m. Sun. S a.m. &- 10:30 a.m.
CCD & Adult Education Classes
Sunday 9:00 a.m.
2750 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 584-3169
Rev. Slade Crawford, Pastor


In Loving Memory of
Joseph Hiram Gurr
July 23, 1942 Sept. 10, 2005
S ... .r Left Alone
The skies are gray instead of blue
We don't know where to go or
r what to do.
S* Our tears flow like rivers from
day to day
You are not here to tell us it's ok.
We had to watch you suffer
S We had to see your pain.
o "We were always by your side
W. We went with you all the way.
We had to let you go
Although it's hard to do.
We don't know how we're going to make it without you.
We kissed you goodbyefor the last time that day.
Now we have all the hurt and all the pain.
We don't know how to tell you or how to start
For now and forever more we are apart
We love you with all our hearts.
Even though we are still so far apart,
We will see you again up above.
The sun will be shining and the sky blue
And we will be happy again because we'll be with you.
Love,
Your wife and family


F st. Johns Chti"a.ndt -
Fellowship ;l:
Sunday School 10;00 a.m. Tuesday 7Tp- .m. -A.
Morning Worship 11,00 a.m. Stud/tPrayer Ms ,,in
Nurser. and Children's Ministry Provided
(located at the intersection of Puckett Rd. and Golf Course Rd;) -
Mark McElfresh, pastor 584-7251


r New Life Church of God


Mor:
Even


We invite everyone to come worship.
day School 10:00 AM Chester'J. Shouppe
ning Worship 11:00 AM Pastor
ling Worship 6:00 PM 584-2907 (church).
838-6158 (cell)


mom -


Beginning
S Wednesday, Sept.

Children's Choir
5:30 pm ,
Sunday Wednes
9:45 a.m. Sunday School 5:30 p.r
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 7:00 p.r
6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training
Adult Choir
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship


Awana
7:00 pm
sday
n. Children's Choir
n. Prayer Meeting/
Awana Program


You are invited
to join us at the
Ash Street Church of Christ's

2nd Annual Ladies Day
"Godly Women of All Ages"

Saturday, Oct. 7,2006

Registration is at 8:20 a.m. 4c
activities will begin at &845 a.mn.
with lunch to follow at noon.

Our speakers from Valdosta, Ga., are
Mlelinda Hall, Teri Gill & Ruby Coppage

This will be a fun day filled with great
presentations, fellowship, food and fiun!
Children are welcome. -A
Questions? Call (850) 584-6155 or (850) 223-3210









Jiffy Food Stores
4 Convenient Locations
703 S. Jefferson (OPEN 24 HOURS)


Badcock.& Ire
HOME F U N T L R F .-A ore, -'-


1003 S. JeffersonSt 584-5891
Established 1904 "WellTreatYouRighft"


Goodman's BBQ
2429 S. ByronButler Pkwy. 584-3751
"Best BBQ in Taylor County"





Fed&alrditTJUnion
1825 S. Jefferson St. Perry, Fl. 32348 1-850-584-7417


Support Your

Local Churches


- I


f


-C" I i' I


NMEM""


scgl-


= _, g I ~---~


---Acs-


IN 100 Paul Poppiell Rd.


584-8020 (home)


i


k


A


:~"":~.



''


..


F


i m W.0







-6Perry News-Herald September 8-9, 2006


At the booking desk a ..


Editor's note: It is the policy of this
newspaper to run the names of all those
Z O L arrested and booked at the Taylor County
Jail. All those listed below have been
charged with a crime, but are considered
et innocent until proven guilty.
Aug. 12:
id Barbara Waldorf Swaim, 50, 420
( Pittman Carter Road, DUI, Ptl.
Norris, PPD.
le) Herbert J. Miller, 49, 384 Bishop
Street, Greenville, sentenced to
9g, weekends, Dep. Hawkins, TCSO.
y & Joshua Dwayne Sadler, 19, 2411
beI H Hwy. 19 South, Steinhatchee,
burglary, criminal mischief, theft,
Dep. Davis, TCSO.
Randall Scott Bedford, 25, 2411
Hwy. 19 South, Steinhatchee,
burglary, criminal mischief, theft,
Dep. Davis, TCSO.
Aug. 13:
Christopher Michael Yagel, 34,.
26841 .CR49, Brandford, VOP
warrant, Dep. Hayden, TCSO.
Louis Edward Blaske, 42, P. 0.
Box 704, Carrabelle, disorderly
conduct, Ptl. Kelly, PPD.'
Samuel Lee Hamilton, 52, 322
2nd Street, no valid drivers license,
possession of cannabis (less than
20 grams), Sgt. Cruse, PPD.
I ,Rasheda Yelverton, 31, 201
Clark Street, DUI, Ptl. Cooper,
PPD.
Davis Shawn Flowers, 36, 117


have control


-profit giving


-nited Way would


over county's non


COUNTY,
-ogntinued from page 1|
L-Requests from non-prqfit groups
or -the next fiscal year are
4$22- 00, almost double the
hdihursements in the current fiscal


year of $113,000.
Organizations requesting funds
are: Suwannee River RC&D,
Council, $1,100; Civil Air Patrol,
$6,000; Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce, $15,000; Taylor
County Senior Citizens Center,


,Middle ground must be


fo und on migrant issue'

BRONSON
t-oninued from page 1


g_- 3Sost half of the land in the state is owned by local, state and federal
Sgve ffinments, and environmentalists want to purchase another 3 million
ac-ren, meaning much of available land for development is agricultural-
la-dj-EBronson said.
-2We can't afford to loIse agriculture in the state," Bronson said.
H-said by the state purchasing more lands and taking them off the tax
Irolsmall county governments could become financially strapped.
: n:Bhson, who faces Miami attorney Eric Copeland in' the November
general election, also h.d a few words about the migrant workers issue in
Jtheountry.
.!-_:'he issue of migrant workers is a flame-thrower issue," Bronson said.
'qTam-upset that we are not meeting in the middle."
:. fHe doesn't believe in giving aninesty to all migrant workers, he said,
i-ec-ause "that's how you get 12 million undocumented workers."
-Butiheither does he believe in the federal worker program, which he said
isEyirly set up, or in sending the workers back.
I!Eet me tell you there are no people here that are willing to rush out and
Iifcriitrawberries or tomatoes," Bronson said. "We need to find a way to
i6me to the middle. We have got to be practical."
I ,Born into a ranching: family in Kissimmee in 1949, Bronson is a 5th
generation Floridian. Development pushed him out of Kissimmee and he
jiow owns a ranch in M dison County.
He.served as a state senator from 1994 to 2001 and was appointed to his
present post in 2001. H successfully won re-election in 2002.


$76,142 (a $51,142 increase from
the current year); Boys & Girls
Club, $75,000 (a $50,000
increase); Taylor Leadership
Council, $7,500; MainStreet,
$5,000 (a $1,000.increase); Refuge,
House, $15,000 (a $2,500
increase); and Early -Learning
Coalition, $20,000 (a new
request).
According to Commission
Chairman Daryll Gunter, although
many of the organizations
currently receiving funding from
the county, such as the Chamber of
Commerce and Civil Air Patrol,
would not normally receive
funding from the United Way, he
had been.told that the couipypoul4.
specifically add them'to thd list of
organizations for consideration.
Each organization, however,
would have to make a presentation
to a bo1rd of local citizens given
the task to distribute locally raised
United Way funds back into the
community. The public hearing is
scheduled for 5:01 p.m. and will be
followed by the second and final
hearing Monday, Sept. 18, at 6
p.m.
Sale is Saturday
The monthly Sons of AMVETS
Community Yard Sale will be held
this.Saturday, Sept. 9, from 7 a.m.
until noon.
Spaces are available for a $5
donation each and walk-ins are
welcome. Call Mark Viola at 584-
5513 or 584-8807. The yard sale is
located at 2499 Woods Creek Rd.


I PUBLIC AUCTION

Saturday, Sept. 16 8:30 a.m.

The Taylor County District School Board will conduct a sale of surplus
property located at the Transportation Department, 1004 E. Bay Street,
-Perry, FL on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2006. A maintenance vehicle and four
,.school buses will be for sale. All items are to be sold at public outcry.
7fPurchaser of property is required to provide full payment at the time of
sale and remove property from premises within ten working days. All
property will be sold in an "as is" condition. The District has the right to
i reject any or All bids. All items will be available for inspection from 7:00 to
8:30 a.m. the morning of the sale. Additional information can be obtained
| by contacting the Transportation Department at 850-838-2505.


Thank you, God, j.-,- 0.
:for my special little gift. ,
because she's
1 in a million.

And she turned "1" on
Sept. 5. 2006
SHappy Birthday
MISS STRAWBERRY
SHORTCAKE

N Mom Dad Big Si.t,-r hariah .h
Granrdrm.:.a Kim Pam D ; lr3 .r'S ma" '
-j GrarijJa, J, hn Ciharle W
41 Wlje H Ln, G,-,,n,,.lhi3-r [,e rW r 11


Davis Drive, DWLS (knowingly),
Dep. Hayden, TCSO.
Aug. 14:'
Elfreda Louise Cruse, 50, 807
East Page Street. FTA for DWLS,
Ptl. Curry, PPD.
Stacy Louise Mathis, 22, 3309
Hwy. 19 South, battery (domestic),
criminal mischief, Dep. Ricketson,
TCSO.
Steven Ray Loafman. 36, 3460
Harrison Blue Road, DWLS. Dep.
Hawkins, TCSO.
Christune Evelyn Morgan. 4t1.
382 Rovs Road. Steinhatchee,
felony fleeing and eluding.
refusing to submit to DLil test.
reckless driving, Dep. Hayden.
TCSO.
Terry Junie NMarshell. 40, 1121
Susan Street. VOP i.sexual acti% ity.
with a rrunori. Oft. Livingston.
DOC.
Robert Bruce Denmark, 21.
Johnson Stripling Road. battery
(domestic i. Dep. Ricketson,
TCSO.Aug. 15:
Aug. 15:
John Gregory Dorman, 21.
felons fleeing and attempting to
elude, DUI, possession of drug
paraphernalia, resisting w without
violence, possession of less than
20 grams cannabis. reckless
dri\ ing, criminal mischief.
trespass, Pil. Norris. PPD.
Sherika Maxwell. 25, 808 South
Byron Buder Pkwy., possession of
cocaine within 1,000 feet of a
church. VOP possession of less
than 20 grams cannabis, Ptil.
Norris, PPD.
Sherri Renee Tensle.. 43. 1507
South Woodard Street. possession
of cocaine, possession of less than
20 grams of cannabis, possession
of drug paraphernalia, resisting
arrest without violence, Ptl. Norris,
PPD.
Kimberly Cruse. 34, 2035 Dice
Road. burglary of a structure,
felony criminal mischief, criminal
mischief, Dep. Lilliott, TCSO.
Steven Michael Lutane, 23.
2134 West Gas Plant Road. sexual
assault in Illinois. Off. Wilson,
U.S. Marshals Office.
Aug. 16:
William Daniel Dupree, 22. 406
Puckett Road. DWLS ifelony--
habitual), Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Aug. 17:
Joseph Anthony Williams, 34,
no address. VOP of community.
control. Off. Wheldon, DOC.
Kenneth Kulbeth, 53, 26709
Day Flowe Street, Wesley Chapel,
FTA (two counts). Off. Wheldon.
DOC.
Rebecca Dianne Ray. 32, 800
Quail Street, passing a worthless
check. Dep. Lund\. TCSO.
Aug. 18:
Parker Anthony Brabon. 20, 315
Puckett Road. possession of
cocaine. possession of drug
paraphernalia. Dep. Burford.
TCSO; Ptl. Deeson. PPD.
Marcus D. Humphrey. 18. 1-101


I


IF WE CAN'T WIN. NO ONE CAN[t
Former Social Security
Executives and Associates
Even if you've been
turned down! Call Now! Heari-n
Since 1995, handling Initial Claims. Reconsiderations, and Hearings .


g-(apyllst








'Dad di


ARMADILLO CONSTRUCTORS

& ERECTORS INC.
License #CG3031636 CCC 058209
* BUILDERS ROOFERS HOME INSPECTIONS -
800-719-9138
850-223-1867-
5-9 .-' D r- m a


TRI-COUNTY

ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC.
ANNUAL MEETING


The 66th Annual Meeting of Tri-County Electric Cooperative,

Inc. will be held Saturday, September 16, 2006, at the Van H.

Priest Auditorium located on the campus of the North Florida

Community College, in the City of Madison, Florida. Registration

begins at 9:00 a.m. and the business meeting will convene at

10:00 a.m.


The Board of Trustees, Management and the staff of your

cooperative look forward to seeing you at the upcoming Annual

Meeting. A number of valuable prizes will be given away.

Serving Madison, Je't'erson. TaYlor and Dixie Counties


Look who's turning
Fil"
The baby of the family

Charlondria

Happy 1st

Birthday
Love ya,
Erica. Ereeciy. Kema,
Kalob, Henvannah. Big Sis
Chariah. Jaboree, Jaelen
& the rest of the gang

1 T TF T -'S


Parker Street, breech of peace, Pti.
Cooper, PPD.
Vernie Eleanor Adkins, 56,. no
address, resisting. officer without
violence, obstructing officer
without violence, Ptl. Kelly, PPD.
Alaine Ronell Williams, 19,
1401 Parker Street, breech of
peace, Ptl. Cooper, PPD.
Robert Owen Kellow.- 38. P. 0.
Box 1174. domestic batterN, Dep.
Cruse. TCSO.
Franklin 1. Adkins. 18. 1752
Dulin Lane. fleeing or eluding an
officer, resisting %without violence.
no %alid drivers license. Ptl. Kelly.
PPD.
Sharlene E. Foss. 44. 4841
Andrew Lake Road. DUI. D\\LS.
lea\ ing the scene of an accident.
FTA for DVLS in Sarasota
Counrt, Trp. Smmrnios. FHP.
Veronica Kanika Phelps, 26.
1401 Parker Street. giving false
information, giving a false name to
a law enforcement officer, warrant,
Dep. Gulbrandsen. TCSO.
Kenneth Bras\%ell. 29. 4324 NW
221. Green\ille. sentenced to file
da\s in the count\ jail. Dep
Hawkins. TCSO.
Richard NMcDyal Poeter. 20. 203
Susan Street, bane domestic.
Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Aug. 19:
Willie James Burne., 41. 109 El
Matador Dnrve. DUI. Ptl. Norris.
PPD.
Michael Dee Williams. 28. 113
North Be\erl Street, FTA. Ptl.
Cooper. PPD.
Herbert Miller. 49. 384 Bishop
Street. Greenville, sentenced to
weekends, Dep. Haw kins. TCSO.
Roger E. Riding. 31. 4329
Puckett Road. sentenced to 30 da.s
in count\ iaLl, Dep. Haw kins,
TCSO.
Zonder Rogers. 33. X051 Vicent
Road. Denham Springs. La., VOP
for grand theft. Dep. Haw kins.
TCSO.


Aug. 20:
Aaron Price II, 19, 104 Alice
Street, aggravated battery, Ptl.
Kelly, PPD.
Aug. 21:
Peter K. Smith, 25, 4408 ,7th
Street South, St. Petersburg, back
for court, Sgt. Murphy, TCSO.
Leroy Watson, 26, 209 Alice
Street, warrant for failure to appear
in Gadsden County for domestic
batters. Dep. Harden. TCSO.
Donald Wayne \\ood. 59. 3284
Creek Stable Road. Tallahassee.
erand theft i Leon Count.r warranty.
Dep. NMcKenzie. TCSO.
Aug. 23:
Jerem. Cooper. 27. 416 West
Nlain Street. VOP for DWLS, PIl.
Kellh. PPD.
Shalonda M. Abercrombie. 26,
102 Stephens Street. aggravated
assault idorlestic.), Ptl. Gray, PPD.
Julie Ann Buckner, 36, 164th
Street NE. Steinhatchee. DWLIS/R.
Dep. Da\i-s. TCSO.
Michael Lee Johnson. 19. 3820
McLean Street. Green ille. DWLS -
i know ingly i. Ptl. Norris. PPD.
Aug. 24:
Tone Devache Nealy. 19, 297"
First Street, no \alid drivers'-
license. Ptl. Norris. PPD.
Aug. 25:
Paulo Anthony Nleeks. 46, 151
Leon Ward Road, VOP, Dep.
Whiddon. TCSO.
James Ronald TerrN. 20. 3221 .
James D. Smith Road. VOP. PtL.
Gorb\. PPD.
David Alan Jackson. 40, 141: --
Jackson Road, aggravated batterv--y7-
idomestic--warrant fromn-'-
NMississippii, Sgt. Cruse. PPD: .
Jacquelyn Denise Sneed. 45,.-7
1206 Naub Street, assault
domestic. resisting without-
violence. Ptl. Norris,
PPD.
:Howard Miller, 32. 211 Blair'
Street. trespass after warning. Pd.
Curr,. PPD. .









Community


B-1 Perry News-Herald September 8-9,2006


Local families benefit from $99,900


j jT y grant for life skills training program

serve the mothers, children and that we are able to make a lasting, continuous operation at the same the leading Healthy Start Coalition
families who may otherwise positive impact in Florida's locations since then. in the three-county area by the
struggle to obtain the -necessary communities." The mission of the Healthy Start Florida Department of Health and
health care and education." HSCJMT is a non-profit Coalition of Jefferson, Madison & has had a contractual relationship
The HSCJMT grant is one of 11, corporation organized under the Taylor Counties is "Making for the provision of Healthy


The Blue Foundation' for a
Healthy Florida, the philanthropic
affiliate of Blue Cross and Blue
Shield of Florida (BCBSF),
presented a $99,930 grant on Sept.
1 to the Healthy Start Coalition of
Jefferson, Madison and Taylor
Counties (HSCJMT).
The funding sustains the Group
Life Skills Extension Program,
continuing the support provided to
participants in the Group- Prenatal
Care Program.
HSCJMT, along with the county-
health departments, provides life
skills and health education to
families living below the poverty
level. The Group Life Skills
Extension Program provides a
continuum of post-birth health
education for participants in Group
Prenatal Care, a program currently
providing comprehensive
parenting and infant health
educational services. The Group
Prenatal Care Program was
initially established and funded by
The Blue Foundation in 2004. This
new program aims to support
families by providing them with



I can help!
BETTY JO CROFT
(850) 843-0554


KELLY & KELLY
PROPERTIES


the tools to maintain a healthy
lifestyle.
"This grant helps us to continue
the success of the health
management programs we provide
to members of our community
living below the poverty level,"
said Gladys Roann, president of
the HSCJMT board of directors.
"This generous support froni The
Blue Foundation enables' us to


\-o 9-5


totaling $608,450, The Blue
Foundation will present this
summer to non-profit health clinics
and community outreach programs
across Florida.
"We are proud of this partnership
with Healthy Start Coalition of
Jefferson, Madison and Taylor
Counties," said Susan Towler,
executive director of The Blue
Foundation for a Healthy Florida.
"It is through such collaborations


Household Office Apartment
Big or Small... We can move it all!


Dependable Free Estimates We also -
Reliable Local Pak &
2 Guys, Truck & Trailer Ship
584-3776 (W) Licensed 584-2270 (H)
(Serving Perry & Surrounding Counties)


SAFER DRIVERS DESERVE TO BE
RICHER DRIVERS


Call me today about our safe driver discount.
I can help you save up to 25%.
(850) 584-5188


Mark Pelt
1000-A S JEFFERSON ST
PERRY
a042189@allstate.com
Proud member of the Chamber of Commerce


Allstate.
You're in good hands.


Discount and insurance offered only with select companies and subject to availability and qualifications. Discount
amount may be lower,and applies to most major coverages. Allstate Insurance Company and Allstate Property and
Casualty Indurance Company: Northbrook, IL. @2005 Allstate Insurance Company.


BACK TO SCHOOL SALE

ONLY $99 -


Includes Kids Frames
Single Vision Lenses and Exam


Dr. Michael A. Wz
Board Certified Optometnc F


(Certain Restrictions Apply)



alby '
Physician ...
Offer expires 9-29-06


838-2020

584-2200
404 E. Ash St.


405.34 Advertisment by health care provider of free or discounted services; required statement -
the patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel
payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination, or treatment which is
performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free,
discounted fee or reduced fee services, examination, or treatment.


laws of the State of Florida and has
501(c) 3 status. It was incorporated
on March 4, 1992, and has been in


Positive Changes in the Lives of
Mothers and Children." The
HSCJMT has been recognized as


Start services with the Florida
Department of Health since
1993.


The rules are simple, for current residential AmeriGas customers fill out
the attached coupon'and mail it or drop off at your local office. If you are
not a residential AmeriGas customer you must first join the AmeriGas
family and then fill out the coupon below and send it.to your local office.
(Residential customers only!)

To become an AmeriGas customer:
1. Call the local office for this month's New Customer Special!!
2. Finish filling your tank for a low first time fill rate!
**Some restrictions apply. Winner cannotredeem coupon for cash.


r -- - -- -66 -
IName
Address
ITelephone I
Gas Uses: Home Heat' Water Heat Cook Stove I
Dryer Gas Logs Gas Logs Only I
Are you a current AmeriGas customer?____
*Coupon not redeemable for cash! ONE (1) coupon per household. Drawing to be held
Sept. 29,2006. This coupon to be used at the Madison, FL store on /!
L ------------- ---J------- ---


Ask about locking in your gas price!




AmeriGas I
Americas Propane Company,
1606 NE Colin Kelly Hwy., I
Madison, Florida 32340
(850) 973-2218


I II f






in conjunction with


ulf Coast
9 Auto Wholesale


THOMAS

CHEVROLET
BUICK' OLDS' PONTIAC, INC.


. ^- 4


Call us at 223-7100 or visit our web site at
www.bcfcu.coop or come to our office at
1825 S. Jefferson St.


1825 S. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32348
(850) 223-7100


Yoursavingsinsureto$100,00
NCUA i
National Credit Union Administratbon
a U .S. Government Agency


J.MAW &qOSX!4,Gk':C'


OUR STAND


ACCENT YE CARE CENTER


ip & Fall Accidents -Motorcycle Accidents


* AA
P so an .................. ~ 6


I- II I I II I-~ ~ --- r I -


NNW
Rouistertowim

100-40"s-of Propaned..


i'


IF


- --- --


-I~F--UII PII e 1 -L" ~C- 'R


v.










Looking


Back


B-2 Perry News-Herald September 8-9,2006:


Wed. and Thurs.

September 12 and 13


SHOW STARTS:
Matinee 3:30
Night 7:15

Sunday. Sept. 9

S Pwrn.:'.unt pre7nts ,'-




ON A'"T 1-ti'l




Selected Shorts News


Mon. Tues.
September 10 and 11



SACEOIN
THE HOLE
S .. IAI .":, "'


Serial


Friday aRd Saturday.
-September 14 15-


ERftoLYNN N
v; OLIVIA
De HAVILLAND
..- SHERIDAND


S4TERLING S I
'eA-rthdr Ptxter$a
e4L.LY WIDERA WR4R90.RE-REL
WJL~kR ~ '9-miCAEL CURTIZ'

Sleced Sb~ii eletedShorts


[Let's go to the movies...
With admission just nickels and dimes on the dollar, an
afternoon or evening at the Temple Theatre or Community
-Outdoor Theatre was the perfect outing for countless Taylor
-County residents. And looking to lure moviegoers, both
-businesses posted these ads in the Taylor County News in
"1951.


:i


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
? September 9, 1971

PERRY BOY FINDS
| NOTE IN BOTTLE
Young Bobbie Waldorf, son of
-Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Waldorf of
: Perry, found the second "note in a
.,bottle" reported at St. George
-Island within a week.
Young Waldorf was hunting for
.bottles on the beach there when he
::saw what appeared to be a tightly
-stoppered soft drink bottle with a
:printed card inside in four
languages, English, Spanish,
,-French and Portuguese.
"Attention!" the note read. "This
:card is used for a study of ocean
/4,currents. Please fill the blanks
.correctly and mail immediately.
.No postage is necessary. In return,


titL".JtW LL


you will be notified of the time and
place of release. Thank you."
The card also bore a Bureau of
Commercial Fisheries address and
an identifying number.

CIGARETTE TAX NETS
MONEY FOR PERRY
Taylor County received
$1,002.69 and the City of Perry
$13,512.96 in the August
distribution of June cigarette tax
collections by the Department of
Business Regulation.
Statewide collections for
the month of June were
$10,972,305.63, an increase of
14.12 percent over the same month
in 1970.

COMMISSION OKAYS.
ROAD CONNECTION
The county commission agreed
to study the construction of a


I r September 8-9, 2006

TT News-Herald
P.O. Box 888 123 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, Florida (850) 584-5513

DONALD D. LINCOLN
Publisher
DEBBIE CARLTON SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Business Manager Managing Editor
ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI CAROLYN DuBOSE
Staff Writer/Advertising Sales Advertising Director
CHARLES R. SADLER LIBBY DENMARK
Staff Writer Graphic Arts
MARK VIOLA SARAH WEIRICK
Staff Writer Classified Advertising
The Perry News-Herald (ISSN 07470967) is published each Friday by Perry News.
papers, Inc., 123 S. Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347. Subscriptions are $35.00
per year or $49.00 out of county. Periodicals postage paid at Perry Florida 32348.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to the Perry News-Herald, P.O. Box 888,
Perry, FL 32348.
The Perry News-Herald welcomes Letters to the Editor reflecting responsible opin-
ions and views on the news. Please submit letters by Monday at 5 p.m. The Taco
Times reserves the right to refuse publication of letters which are libelous o0 irre-
sponsible. Name may be withheld if circumstances so require, but all letters sub-
mitted should be signed by the writer and accompanied by a phone number lor
verification.
We look forward to hearing from you! Our address is Perry, Newspapers, n.:
P.O. Box 888, Perry, Florida 32348. e-mail: newsdesk@perrynewspapers.com
Member Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.
': 4--'+:/"+................. .... ..... ^.-i............. ,* '*'*_' l', ff:'ssS-f^^'/S^^


Community

Outdoor Theatre

Box Office Opens at 7 p.m.
START 7:45


On Road 19
Re,'lar Admission 40c


Sunday and Monday
September 9 10


South of Perry
(Children under 12 FREE)


Thursday, Sept. 13
(Family Nite)
/Sle nper car)


"DARK COMMAND'
V'i. I All-Star Western witl
SDonald Hetena Selected Shorts
O'CONNOR-CARTER
M, MI ~Et JOHN EMERY HOPE MEtRioH Friday Saturday
a' I .' 'uAL. c'J September 14 15
Carloon News L 1 .. -__

Tues. and Wed. FRANK CAPRA'S
September 11 12 Supreme Achievement
'h T I I .RONALD COLMAN


I


connecting road from Jimmy
Archer Road to Roberts-Aman
Road.
After discussion of the proposal
for construction, the commission
authorized Commissioner Ray
Drexel Agner .to contact
landowners along .the proposed
road location to determine whether
or not they would be willing to .
grant the necessary right of way for
the road.

MISS AMERICA TO EMCEE
BEAUTY PAGEANT
Debbie Bryant, Miss America of.
1966, was to serve again this year
as emcee for the Florida Forest
Festival queen's pageant at 'Forest
Capital Hall.
The former .beauty queen,
married to Roderick T. Wilson,
made her home in Maitland.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hamby and
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Clemons,
pageant co-chairmen, were happy
-to have Miss Bryant because of her
"outstanding performance" at last
year's event.

MILITARY REPORT
Sgt. Tommie J. Stanaland
U.S. Air Force Technical Sgt.
Tommie J. Stanaland, son of Mrs.
Wesley C. Stanaland of Perry,
arrived for duty at Westover AFB,
Mass.


In my day, we didn't have
self-esteem, we had
self-respect, and no more
of it than we had earned.
--Jane Haddam
There is nothing wrong
with today's teenager
that 20 years won't cure.
--Author Unknown
People who don't cherish
their elderly have forgotten
whence they came and
whither they go.
--Ramsey Clark


Sgt. Stanaland, a maintenance
control technician, was assigned to
a unit of the Strategic Air
Command, America's nuclear.
deterrent force of long-range
bombers and intercontinental
ballistic missiles.
He previously served at Phan
Rang AB in Vietnam.
A 1960 graduate of Taylor
' County High School, he attended
Gulf Coast Junior College in
Panama City.
Sgt. Thearthur Sanders Jr.
U.S. Air Force Sgt. Thearthur
Sanders Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thearthur Sanders Sr. of Perry,
arrived for duty at Lajes Field,
Azores.
Sgt. Sanders, a supply specialist,
was assigned to a unit of the
Military Airlift Command, which
provided global airlift for the U.S.
Military forces. He previously
served at Seymour Johnson AFB,
N.C. The sergeant. graduated in
1966 from Jerkins High School.
Gene L. Grambling
Gene L. Grambling, son of Mr.
and Mrs. James W. Grambling,
was promoted to Army Specialist
Four, while serving with the 23rd
Infantry Division in Vietnam.
Grambling was a cannoneer with
Battery B, 3rd Battalion of the
Division's 18th Artillery.


They say genes skip
generations. Maybe
that's why grandparents
find their grandchildren
so likeable.
--Joan McIntosh
It's one of nature's way
that we often feel
closer to distant
generations than
to the generation
immediately preceding
us.
--Igor Stravinsky


Temple Theatre


Henry P. Sauls


He was a member of the New
Home Baptist Church, the
Florida Peace Officers
Association and the Perry Elks
Lodge.


Visit the Taylor County Historical Society to get
your copy of this "They Were Here" volume.


Selected Shorts News


!


' ii I III~


Ql


lquotable quotes


gywp ^er4ttt

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
November 1999.
John and Ola Mae Joyner
^| B1889-1944,1900-1974
John E. Joyner was born in,
\Voodcliffe, Ga. He married Miss
Ola Mae Chandler in Millen, Ga.
They were the parents of one son,
,. John E. Jr. (Jack).
S. He was a veteran of World War
I. He came to Perry in 1927 as
agent for South Georgia Railroad
and Southeastern Express.
_.._._... "'J He was a member of-First.
'- Methodist Church and the Rotary
Club..
Ola May Joyner was a member
of the First Methodist Church and
S.as active in the Wesleyan.
Service Guild.
She was a charter member of
the Business and Professional
I K 'J Women's ..Club and was... a
consistent member of Berean
Sunday School Class.
She was also a sales lady for..
The Fair. Store for almost 40
Ola Mae Chandler Joyner .years..

George and Celia Green Brannen
1873-1928, 1874-1948
George W. Brannen was a member of a pioneer family of Taylor
County and he married Miss Celia Green, likewise, a member of a
pioneer family. They were the parents of James, Marvin, Viola
(Courtney) and Ruby (Woods). .
They lived in the Bee Tree Pond and Thomas Mill Hammock area
of the county. He was a farmer and cattleman. The spring cattle
penning time. was an interesting occasion-at the Brannen place. He
"penned" the Courtney
herd and it was there
that the marking and
branding took place.
And then for about
three months, the
ilH calves were kept in a
t *pen during the day. At,.*-
S night, it was reversed,
the cows kept in a pen .
and calves were left to
roam.
It was a thrilling site
each morning to see a
George and Celia Brannen. herd of about 50 cows
heading for the marshr
and swamp lands about two miles from the Brannen place. At about
5 p.m., they reversed themselves and headed back to the pen and the
calves.
This was a hospitable and friendly, home. Ranchers would
frequently find lodging there and it was customary for the teacher of
the Bee Tree Pond School to board there. There good attributes are
still exhibited in.the lives of their offspring. "

John and Viola Brannen Courtney
1890-1959, 1908-1968
John W. Courtney was the sdn of Edward J.. and Miley Grubbs :
Courtney, who were members of pioneer Ta) lor County families. He
married, first, Miss Dessie Pyles ofCarrabelle, and they were the
parents of one daughter: Olga Louise- (Anderson), Secondly, he
married Miss Viola Gertrude Brannen. She was also a member of two :
pioneer Taylor County families--George W. and Celia Green Brannen.
Their children were: Ola Faye, Edward George, William Dennis, John
Hilliard and Ed.
John was employed by the
American Railway Express
Agency during his early years, but
he was best remembered as a
farmer and cattleman. His
operation centered in the Bee Tree .
Pond section of the county j
(southwest of Hampton Springs).
He served as a substitute mail
carrier with the Perry Post Office
for many years.S
He was also a member of the
Board of County Commissioners
during the late thirties. And he and a
his family were loyal members of
the St. Johns Free Will Baptist John and Viola Courtney
Church. on and d ute

Henry P. Sauls
1910-1974
Henry P. Sauls was a native of Suwannee County, but came to perry
early in life. He married Miss Vera Alred and they were the parents of
Hazel (Shealy), Edwin James and Herbert.
and operator of a grocery store
.. .. on East MIain Street.
He was best known as a law
'"enforcement officer, having.'
constable and deputy sheriff.
He was also a great sportsman
and knew Taylor County woods
He was great assistance as a
guide to those not well
acquainted with the
woods.


I L-, II I ,


-.


[ .: ""





3 ABC News |Good Morning America IEllen Show Maury The View
0 NBC Business Early Today Paid Paid Divorce Divorce
0 HBO Movie Varied Programs |Movie |Varied Programs
0 ABC News News Good MorningAmerica Regis and Kelly Paid Paid The View.
0 ESPN SportsCenter SportsC |Varied SportsC IVaried SportsCenter SportsC Varied SportsC |Varied
0 CBS News The Early Show Griffith |Feud Martha The Price Is Right
0 FOX Believers Your Day Varied Paid Judge Mathis The People's Court Court Hatchett Montel.Williams
0 PBS News Lions Arthur Guridus Curious Clifford Dragon Big Sesame Street Caillou I Barney
0 WGN Feed Meyer Chang Believers Hap Hap Hillbillies Hillbillies Rockford Files Matlock
(0 WB The Daily Buzz Cosby Cosby Recipe | Recipe TBA ITBA
(0 MAX Movie IVaried Programs
9 TNT Angel Angel Charmed Charmed ER ER
E NICK Rugrats Neutron Phantom OddPar Sponge |Sponge Dora Go Diego Blues Back Pets IWubbzy
E FAM Meyer Feed Movie The 700 Club Living Step Gilmore Girls
ED SPIKE Paid Paid Paid IPaid |Paid |Paid 7 Days Maximum Exp. Amazing Video
M BET BET Morning Inspiration Wayans IWayans Jamie F. IJamie F. 106 & Park
E) DSC Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid American Chopper American Chopper Cash ICash
ED SUN Paid Varied Paid Paid Public Paid Paid Varied Programs
ED LIFE Paid Paid Fit & Lite Workout Nanny Nanny Golden Golden Frasier |Frasier Will tWill
S9 A&E Paid Paid City Confidential Varied Programs City Confidential American Justice
ED SCIFI Paid Paid Paid r Paid The Twilight Zone Movie Varied Programs Movie
E TLC Save- Todd Bus IHi-5 Peep iPeep Baby |Baby Baby I Baby Wedding Mak
SM AMC Movie Varied Programs Movie Varied
ED HIST The Presidents Varied Programs
ED VH1 Jump Start |Varied Programs Fresh Varied Programs
99 ESPN2 Mike and Mike inthe Morning, Cold Pizza
CD HGTV Paid Paid Yard Rebecca Room IQuilts Duvall Duvall Room Room Country I Design
[E FX Paid Paid Buffy Vampire The Practice Spin Cily Spin City Dharma Dharma Movie
:E TBS Cosby Drew Saved ]Saved Saved |Saved Dawson's Creek Movie
9j USA Coach Coach JAG JAG Texas Ranger Texas Ranger Texas Ranger
3 DISN Breakfast Bear Wiggles Higgly Little Doodle JoJo ICharlie Stanley IKoala Doodle |Higgly
M E!TV Bloomberg Television El News. Daily 10 Varied Programs

SATURDAY PRIMETIM

0 ABC Football Post Ent. Tonight College Football Ohio State at|Texas. (Live) ',IPost News
0 NBC College Football | Gospel Superfest Brokaw Rep. IDateline NBC if i Law Order:CI |Paid |SNL
0 HBO *** "Serenity" 12005) Nathan Fillion ** "Unleashed" (2005i.Jel L, R Dane Cook Vicious Circle
0 ABC Fooiball |Post News Inside College Football C'ro Staie at Te,-; Li.el| I Post INews
0 ESPN SportsCenter Score (:45) College Football Georqu al iSuijlh Carolirna i(Le |(:45) SportsCenter
10 CBS News News CSI: Crime Scn U.S. Open Tennis Wme.r Finrii 48 Hours Mystery News ICSI
E' FOX Raymond Friends Friends ISeinfeld Cops rit Cops | il Most Wanted Smallville <,Knri,: Mad TV
0 PBS Great Performances American Soundtrack: Doo Wop Pink Floyd Live: Pulse Roy 0.
0 WGN Home Videos MLB Baseball Clevelian.j Irnan, at Chi:ag .:.We S.. WGN News at Nine |Sex & Becker
(a WB Girls Girls Bernie King | Premiere | King ICheaters To Be Announced.
() MAX ** "The Man" 20051 *** "Kingdom of Heaven" (2051 R' ** "The Dukes of Hazzard" IBikini
II TNT "The Fugitive" NASCAR NASCAR Racing tJevil Cup Cre. Rei .- & Ri ll 40)0 ILi.'I NASCAR
E9 NICK NicktoonlNicktoon OddPar Sponge Nicktoon|NickloonINicktoonlNicktoon Fresh Pr.|Cosby Rose IRose
ED FAM "Relative Chaos" (20061 : *-* "She's All That" 11999) ** "She's All That" 11999)
E SPIKE Blade: The Series IBlade: The Series Amazing Video Disorderly Con. Ult. Fighter TNA iMPACT!
E BET 106 & Park: Top 10 Live |Access Wayans iWayans Girl IGirl Girl |Girl "Eddie Murphy"
B)D DSC MythBusters MythBusteis MythBusters Inside the Twin Towers WTC 9-11: Stories
EB SUN College Football Travel IPortraits Flatsmaslers 2 Xtreem Gator/Seminole Postgame NASCAR Racing
ED LIFE "Open House" "Girl Like Me: Gwen Araujo" "The Mermaid Chair" |2006i Premiere Housewives
ED A&E ** "Flight 93" (-20061 Jeffrey Nonriing. ]Trapped Tower Cold Case Files (INi|The First 48 American Justice
9) SCIFI "Beast of Bray" + "Sasquatch"(20021 Lance Henrnksen "Sasquatch Mountain" f20061 Premiere "Sasquatch Hnt."
ED TLC Trading Spaces Property Ladder Property Ladder Flip [Flip ITrading Spaces Property Ladder
D AMC (4:30) ** "Scarface" 119831 Al Parlno %** "Enemy of the State" 119981 Will Smith I"Sleeping With the Enemy"
@ HIST Nature's Fury Modern Marvels Mega Disasters World Trade Center: Rise and Fall The Next Iraq?
ED VH1 Metal Moments Metal Moments Metpl Moments "Metal: A Headbanger's Journey" Behind the Music
ED ESPN2 Score I College Football Arizonr, 51 LSUI. (Lrve) Score College Football
'1C HGTV Design Star IMak |House redesign | reDesign | Design Design Wed Design |Travis' Facelift
!) FX ** "America's Sweethearts" i 011 **,oena Lisa Smile" 12003) Jul3i Roberts Black. White. IBIk
9B TBS "Remember-Ttns" |College Football ,linnr,neta al Cali,-,nrnia Livve *** "Men in Black" (1'0971
il USA (5:00) *** "The Hurricane" (1999l Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU ILaw & Order: SVU ILaw Order: Cl
m DISN Emperor Suite Montana |Raven Replace |Dragon *** "The Parent Trap" (1196 Lindsayjhan lRaven
m lITV Soun rGone El MNe W oeekenr 50 Rinno est Celebritv Breaku I NSat inht I iuh i rDr Q90210


MONDAY PRIMErIME '- .. .

S ABCNews ABC Entertain Inside The Path to 911/1 Primetime News Nightline
0 NBC Judge |News I Entertain My Wife Dateline NBC illr Medium Medium Extra i |Tonight
1 HBO "Star Wars: Ep. III Real Time ** '"In Her Shoes" ic05)' PG-13' Levees Broke
1 ABC News IABC Inside (Holly The Path Io 9/11 11i Primetime iIi |News INightline
0 ESPN Countdown NFL Football Mirrn..:,.l Viing.. ai Wa.-ringi:onr Red:I.ir,:. NFL Football: Crarger; at ai ,deri
0 CBS News News Fortune Jeopardy Two Men | Mother Two Men I Christine CSI: Miami (iTV) News Late
E FOX 70s Friends Simp Raymond Prison Break (N) Vanished (N) News IGeraldo Seinfeld South
I0 PBS News-Lehrer Reading Served Antiques Rdsho America Rebuilds II Frontline (PA) (DVS)
(0 WGN Home Im Home Im MLB Baseball Chicago Cubs at Atlanta Braves. (Live) WGN News at Nine Sex & Becker
E( WB Still Still King I King 7th Heaven 17th Heaven News IWill ISex & Sex &
0( MAX "Ocean's Twelve" Brothers Lost!!,, (:05) "The Dukes of Hazzard" "New Jack City" 'R' Hotel
9) TNT Law & Order Without a Trace Law & Order Law & Order Law & Order Cold Case
PJ NICK School |Zoey 101 OddPar lNeutron Sponge |Danny DiffWrld Fresh Pr. Fresh Pr. Cosby Rose lRose
9 FAM 7th Heaven 7th Heaven. *** "Dirty Dancing" 198-7i Whose? Whose? The 700 Club
ED SPIKE Police Videos CSI: Crime Scn' CSI: Crime Scn IBlade: The Series Blade: The Series Ult. Fighter
SB BET 106 & Park: Top 10 Live I*** "Waiting to Exhale" (1995) Soul Food Jamie F. IJamie F.
E DSC How How American Chopper American Hot Rod IBiker Build-Off ill American Chopper American Chopper
U) SUN Poker Inside Tailgate Overtime NASCAR Racing 1'96 Drviora 5,ii)'i Tailgate Overtime
:ED LIFE Reba Reba "The Mermaid Chair" (i2' 26 "Absolution" (20C:16| Samanrma Malhis Will IWill
EB A&E Cold Case Files Crossing Jordan CSI: Miami Driving IDriving SimmonslSimmons Flip This House
63 SCIFI '"Flintstones-Rck" Dark Angel Dark Angel Dark Angel Dark Angel "Scarecrow"
B TLC While You Out Wild Weddings Strongest Boy Miami Ink Flight-Watched Strongest Boy
ED AMC (5:30) *** "The Birdcage" 119961 + "Milk Money" (19941 Melanie Gritfilh (:15) *** "9 to 5" li980Cl Jane Fojnda.
U1 HIST 9-11 Report Predicted 9/11 Stairway B Lost Worlds (11) Countdown to Ground Zero
ED VH1 Fabulous Life Of... Pop Culture Pop Culture Pop Culture Pop Culture Celebrity Fit Club
QD ESPN2 Best of Horn Interrupt The Conterder The Contender PWBA Bowling (Taped) Quite Frankly
CD HGTV Renovatn If Walls Offbeat House De Cash At I Extreme House House House Design Tech
BD FX King-Hill King-Hill 70s 70s "Daddy Day Care" 12u00.3 Eddie Murphy 70s 70s Daddy
ED TBS Seinfeld Seinfeld Raymond Raymond Friends |Friends Friends |Friends |Family Family Raymond Home Im
19 USA Law Order: Cl Law Order: Cl Law & Order: SVU WWE Monday Night Raw iL'.ei Law Order: Cl
O DISN Raven (Suite Phil Raven "Read It and Weep" 12006. Comedy) Life De |Phil Suite Raven
9 E!TV Dr. 90210 E! News Daily 10 Con.-Assistants ISimple |Simple Hip Hop Wives E! News Daily 10

WEDNESDAY PRIMETIME,
1 6 1.m 8:30*IS
Ii ABC News ABC Entertain Inside Dancing-Stars Peek Peek JimmyKimmel News Nightline'
0 NBC Judge INews Entertain My Wife Dateline NBC Daleline NBC rIJ Law & Order Extra i Tonight
0 HBO "The Shadow" 11994 1'PG--1 "Fantastic Four"12C05." PG-i3 Inside the NFL I r Real Time
3O ABC News IABC Inside |Holly Dancing-Stars |Peek Peek Jimmy Kimmel News |Nightline
0 ESPN SportsCenter MLB Baseball Teams to Be Announced. (Subject to Blackout) Baseball Tonight SportsCenter
0 CBS News News Fortune Jeopardy Rock Star Criminal Minds CSI: NY News Late
CD FOX 70s Friends Simp Raymond Bones (N) Justice (N) News IGeraldo Seinfeld South
D PBS News-Lehrer Reading Served Live From Lincoln Center (N) Amer. Masters Charlie Rose (N)
0 WGN Baseball Home Im Home Videos MLB Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers at Chicago Cubs. News Becker
E) WB Still Still King JKing Blue Coll Blue Coll One Tree Hill News iWill Sex & Sex &
(0 MAX ** "The Hunt for Red October" 'PG' (:15) ** "The Skeleton Key" [21'1051 ** "The Dukes of Hazzard" Ghost
ED TNT Law & Order Without a Trace Without a Trace Without a Trace Without a Trace Las Vegas
S) NICK School |Zoey 101 OddPar INeutron Sponge IPhantom Diff Wrld I Fresh Pr. Fresh Pr. Cosby Rose IRose
B FAM 7th Heaven 7th Heaven "Cutting Edge 2: Going for Gold" Whose? Whose? The 700 Club
D SPIKE CSI: Crime Scn ** '"GoodFellas" 119901 Rcberl Dc Naro Premiiere Blade: The Series Blade: The Series
M BET 106 & Park: Top 10 Live Chop Up Access IParkers Girl |Girl Comicview Jamie F. IJamie F.
) DSC How How How How MythBusters MythBusters Testing movie myths. (N) MythBusters
ED SUN Tennis Sports Women's College Soccer Semi lBoater |Gator 12 Xtreem RaceS Seamas
,ED LIFE Reba Reba ** "28 Days" i'200i Sandra Bullc.:k "Fantasia Barrino Story" Will Will
:'E A&E Cold Case Files Crossing Jordan ICSI: Miami Dog IDog |Angel |Angel Angel Angel
ED SCIFI (5:00) "Dinocroc" *** "Gremlins" 19841 Za,:h Galligar, *+** "Fantastic Voyage" 11661 "The Guyver"
ED TLC While You Out The Messengers Surgical Tools Untold Stories Hypersexual Surgical Tools
ED AMC (5:30) ** "The Sling" 1197;i ** "The In-Laws" (20031 Huslle "Down and Out"
ED HIST Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels IJII American Eats
ED VH1 Preview Hogan Hogan Hogan Hogan IHogan Hogan |Hogan Celebrity Fit Club Star Parents
6E ESPN2 Best of Horn Interrupt Street Worien's Soccer The Contender Quite Frankly
(D HGTV Renovatn If Walls Rezoned House De |Want |Tech |Urban House IMy Junk IWhats
9 FX King-Hill King-Hill 70s 70s *The Rundown" -12103) *** "The Rundown" 1'003ij
C8 TBS Seinfeld Semnfeld Raymona Raymond Raymondl Raymond Raymondl Raymond Sex & |Sex & Seinfeld IMoney
9) USA Law Order: Cl Law Order: Cl Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law Order: Cl
G DISN Montana Suite Phil Raven ** "A Goofy Movie" 19'. I |Sadie Life De Phil Suite Raven
GD EITV Behind Dating E! News Daily 10 Michael J. Fox-True Hollywood Slory Child Child E! News Daily 10


I


HIST Lost Worlds Modern Marvels Where-From Decoding the Past American Eals i fi Modern Marvels
B VH1 Celebrity Fit Club The Drug Years The Drug Years The Drug Years The Drug Years "'Metal: Head" '
E ESPN2 Best of Fantasy Horn MLB Baseball T- ,:, B. nr.,:,un. B-d ,r .i.,i iw., Blj:'.:"D l',i Ouile Frankly Fantasy
CD HGTV Renovamtn If Walls Small House De |Design Star 1Land House House IDesign Your
9D FX King-Hill King-Hill 70s 70s ** "Cruel Inientions" 1' Dranimil ** "Cruel Intentions' i'?'99 Ona,'i
CE TBS Seinteld Seinteld Raymond MLB Baseball HFii,''pniu PFrll, ait AIlliat.i Br...~- I***- "The Last Boy Scout"
12 USA Law & Order. SVU Law Order: CI Law & Order: SVU ILaw Order: ClI Law Order Cl Law Order: Cl
DISN Suite ISuile Phil Replace ** "Bob the Butler" i'j,0'.i Life De Phil Suite Raven
9 E!TV Con.-Assistants E' News Daily 10 Forbes Celebrity 100- Who Made Bank True H'wood E! News Daily 10


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


Perry

News-Herald


1 ABC News ABC Entertain Inside Home Videos 120/2020/20 News Nightline
0 NBC Judge News Entertain My Wife Dateline NBC (N) Las Vegas Law & Order Extra (N) Tonight
B HBO Fever "Anchorman: Legend of Ron" |+* "Two for the Money" i200.i R 1' st Look Real Time
O ABC News ABC Inside IHolly IHome Videos 120120 20120 News INightline
0 ESPN SportsCenter -MLB Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers at New York Mets. Baseball Tonight SportsCenter
0 CBS News News Fortune Jeopardy Ghost Whisperer Fashion Rocks (N) News Late
0 FOX Girl 70s Simp Friends Nanny 911 Celebrity Duets News Raymond Seinfeld ISouth
E0 PBS News-Lehrer Reading Served Wash NOW (N) Antiques Rdsho Adventure Lodges Charlie Rose (N)
0 WGN Home Im Home Im Home Videos White MLB Baseball Cleveland Indians at Chicago White Sox: News
(0 WB Yes Dear Yes Dear King I King What Twins JReba I Living News |Will |Sex & Sex &
0 MAX Animal + "Catwoman" 120041 (:15) ** *"Menace II Society" (1993) *** "Batman Begins" (2015) 'PG-13'
BD TNT NASCAR Racing: eT-i-el Cup NASCAR Racing: Bu.i- Serie *** "In the Line of Fire" ( 9931
J NICK School |Zoey 101 Sponge Sponge *** "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" (19861 Fresh Pr. Cosby Rose IRose
B FAM 7th Heaven 7th Heaven Whose? |Whose? Whose? |Whose? Whose? Whose? The 700 Club
ED SPIKE Police Videos CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn ** "Major League" 11989 Comeidy
E BET 106 & Park: Top 10 Live SOS Parkers |Parkers ** "Eddie Murphy Raw" e19871 Jamie F. |Jamie F.
B) DSC How How Stunt Stunt Engineering The Flight That Fought Back Collapse 911
ED SUN Tarpon Round College Kickoff Women's College Soccer I College Kickoff The Bite Poker
ED LIFE Reba Reba "As Time Runs Out' 9'99 **** "The Silence of the Lambs" (19 1 IWill
E A&E Cold Case Files Crossing Jordan CSI: Miami CSI: Miami "Firestorm: Last Stand at Yellowstone"
D) SCIFI Stargate SG-1 Eureka Night Stalker Stargate SG-1 i.li Stargate Atlantis Stargate SG-1
ED' TLC What Not to Wear What Not to Wear Wear-Pageant What Not to Wear Cover Cover IWear-Pageant
E AMC "The St. Valentine's Day Massacre" "Scarface" i1')83. Crime Drarr.ai Al FPacn Mic:helle Pteiter IThe Fly
EJ HIST Ancient Dis. Modern Marvels World War IIIl? Predicted 9111 Grounded on 9111 Declassified
ED VH1 Reality Show The Flavor of Love Fabulous Life Of... "The Wedding Singer" f .3i Celebrity Fit Club
EDESPN2 Best of Horn Hey Rookie College Foolball Pinit.urgr, ait Ciriinnriril, Liv .i Quite Frankly
M HGTV Renovatn If Walls Offbeat House Get IDesign 11 Roof IHouse House House First lWant
9D FX King-Hill King-Hill 70s 70s ** "Can'1 Hardly Wait" 11'998 70s 70s Nip/Tuck
ED TBS Seinfeld Seinfeld Raymond Raymond Friends |Friends *** "Remember the Titans" i20, Drarnai Thin Line
GV USA Monk Law Order: CI Law & Order: SVU Monk Law & Order: SVU House
) DISN Life De |Suite Montana Raven Montana Suite Replace Montana Suite Replace Suite Raven
0 E!TV Dr. 90210 E! News Daily 10 Rocks Style Simple Simple Soup Fall El News Daily 10

SUNDAY PRIMETIME

In ABC News ABC Home Videos -The Pathto (Premiere) (N) (Part 1 of 2) News CSI
0 NBC R Wiese News Football Night (:15) NFL Football iri.iniai ii Cl.II-: at i 3 1Jv ior G l IL...I Extra
0 HBO (5:45)*** "The Interpreter" 120C51 ** 5 *Fantastic Four" 120i.51 PG-i;'' The Wire Comedy Real
1B ABC News INews Home Videos The Path to 9/111 Prrn-,miire.:.i i IPiin I .:i f 1 News Frasier
13 ESPN Baseball Tonight SportsCenter MLB Baseball Sran Diig:. Pa.dr-Ei- a. 1Srn Fran.-i.:. G-ani.- SportsCenter
0 CBS U.S. Open Tennis 60 Minutes (N) 9/11 (N) Cold Case News ISports
(B FOX NFL Football NFL Postgame (N) Simp Amer Family |War 70s ISeinfeld Star Trek: Ent.
E PBS Andre Rieu American Soundtrack: This Land American Soundtrack: Doo Wop Down Tonight
0 WGN Home Videos Maximum Exp. 24 24 News Replay Sex & Becker
(0 WB What |Twins Just Legal (N) Charmed Charmed Will Will Sex & Sex &
0 MAX (5:45)*** "Cinderella Man" 120'5.I On Set |*** "Red Eye" (20035. ** "The Transporter 2" Best Sex
M TNT (5:00) *** "The Negotiator" 119981 ** "Enough" ?200n Jennifer Lopez. ** "Enough" 1-0021
M NICK Romeo! lAmanda IDrake ISchool Zoey 1011 Unfab Diff Wrld Fresh Pr. IFresh Pr. Cosby ,Rose IRose
D FAM ** "Au Pair" i19991 Gregory Harricon Moons-Milford ** "The Count of Monte Cristo" 12i02_ .Jirr Caviezel
B SPIKE Blade: The Series Blade: The Series *** "Lethal Weapon" 11987, Aroni ** "Lethal Weapon 2" 11989.
M' BET Wayans |Wayans Jamie F. IJamie F. Jamie F. IJamie F. IJamie F. IJamie F. Soul Food BET Inspiration
ED DSC MythBuslers MythBusters Koppel: The Price of Security ll i Rebuilding Lives
ED SUN Fins Ship College Football Tr,:,v 31aFl ,:r.i Saii ITaep Postgame Bowden
ED LIFE "The Stranger I Married" 120'05 "The Mermaid Chair" 120uii1 Angela's Eyes ifi Medium
6B A&E Sell Sell Flip This House Flip This House Meth in the City Intervention CSI: Miami
0D SCIFI "Frankenfish" "Tremors 4: The Legend Begins" ** "Tremors" 1193'C,' Iy e'in Baon Night Slalker
E TLC Miami Ink Miami Ink Miami Ink Miami Ink IMiami Ink Miami Ink
D AMC (5:15) *** "Enemy of the State' *** "The Birdcage" il' "i Ro'bin William s I*** "The Birdcage" 996%)
M HIST World War IIIl? Grounded on 9/11 American Vesuvius il i. The Revolution Biography: Osama
E) VH1 Hogan IHogan Hogan IHogan Hogan I Hogan Celebrity Fit Club The Flavor of Love Celebrity Fit Club
ED ESPN2 Basketball Hall Series of Poker Series of Poker Series of Poker Series of Poker Series of Poker
ED HGTV Offbeat | Renovatn Rezoned | House Design Star Design Star De I My If Walls What
9D FX (5:30) "Secrel Window" 200-i41 "Taking Lives" 12004 Suijpenel Nip/Tuck Sunny Sunny
C TBS *** "Men In Black" ('I' 17 IPAI "Scary Movie 2" (2001i |(:40) ** -Scary Movie 3" '003)-l PA| Scary 2
(1 USA "Exiled: A Law" Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU ILaw & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Ordei: SVU
M DISN Emperor ISuite Montana IRaven "Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior' Phil Sadie Suite IRaven
M E!TV 101 Sexiest Celeb 101 Sexiest Celeb Babes of O.C. |Girls JGirls Girls Girls Babes of O.C.

TUESDAY PRIMETIME k

S ABC ews ABC Entertain Inside Dancing With the Stars (Live) (:02) Men in Trees News Nightline
0 NBC Judge News Entertain My Wife Fear Factor in Law Order: Cl Law & Order: SVU Extra (N) Tonight
0 HBO Span ** "Cry Wolf 1200,.-0 Costas NOW i "Unleashed" 12rC0ir Ri dlewild Comedy The Wire
G ABC News ABC Inside IHolly Dancing With the Stars iLi.-i (:02) Men in Trees News Nighlline
0 ESPN SportsCenler Hey Rookie Series of Poker Series of Poker The Contender rir, SportsCenter
10 CBS News News Fortune Jeopardy Big Brother Rock Star NCIS Hilalu: iT'.'i News Late
C3 FOX 70s Friends Simp Raymond House illi Standoff Cir,:1hn, News IGeraldo Seinfeld South
03 PBS News-Lehrer Reading FSU Nova I,'-,:i EXPO: Magic of Wide Angle iriI Charlie Rose i i
9 WGN Home Im Home Im Videos ** "An Officer and a Gentleman" i1'3821 WGN News at Nine Sex & Becker
[D WB Still Still King King Gilmore Girls IGilmore Girls News |Will Sex & Sex &
(D MAX (:05) *** "In Good Company" 20:'0141 "Miss Congeniality 2" *** "Assault on Precinct 13" (20051
ff) TNT Law & Order Without a Trace Law & Order Law & Order Law & Order Law & Order
) NICK School |Zoey 101 OddPar iNeutron Sponge IPhantom DiffWrld IHi-Jinks Fresh Pr. Cosby Rose |Rose
B FAM 7th Heaven 7th Heaven "Scooby-Doo" i(20j)2 Whose? Whose? The 700 Club
.M SPIKE Police Videos CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn I*** "Fight Club" I i991 Erad Pin Edward N'J:rton
i: BET 106 & Park: Top 10 Live |Movie "Hot Boyz" i19'9) Gar., Buie.,' Parkers |Parkers Jamie F. Jamie F.
Q DSC How |How Engineering Dirty Jobs |Dirty Jobs Futureweapons Lobslermen
.IE SUN Tailgate Overtime Women's College Volleyball: Florida at FSU ISaltwater The Bite 12 Xtreem College Football
ED LIFE Reba IReba "Criminal Intent" i2i,05i Linda Purl ** 'Tempted" 20011 Burl RenclId" Will 1Will
E3 A&E Cold Case Files Crossing Jordan CSI: Miami Dog |Dog Dog 'Dog Dallas SWAT
ED SCIFI (3:00) "Hercules" Dead Like Me Dead Like Me Eureka "Primal" (N) ECW (Live) Eureka "Primal"
E TLC While You Out Overhaulin' Rides Bcr Cih"c. Overhaulin' Miami Ink (N) Miami Ink
ED AMC (5:45) "Milk Money" 119941 Ed Harr, ** ** "The Sting" 11973 Paul rJ'wrman. [* *"Co ors" (1988)
E, HIST Pacific-Lost Modern Marvels Rogue Waves Mega Disasters Mega Movers Modern Marvels
9) VH1 The Flavor of Love The Flavor of Love The Flavor of Love The Flavor of Love The Flavor of Love "Fighting Tempt"
6B ESPN2 Best of Horn Interrupt Muscle Street Street Street Street Baseball Tonight Quite Frankly
CD HGTV Renovatn If Walls Whats House De Bad Bath Decorat Curb House IBuy Me Parents IDesigner
1) FX 70s 70s *** "Any Given Sunday" -1'lrii Ai Pacin.) PrEmiere Nip/Tuck (:05) Nip/Tuck
6E TBS Seinfeld Seinfeld Raymond|Raymond Friends IFriends Sex& ISex& Seinfeld ISeinfeld Friends |Friends
0 USA Law & Order: SVU Law Order: Cl Law & Order: SVU ** "50 First Dates" 12004) Law Order: Cl
9 DISN Replace Suite Phil Raven ** "Air Bud- World Pup" Phil Life De Phil Suite Raven
,D E!TV Child Child E! News Daily 10 Fashion Rocks 2006 5iJ) Girls Girls E! News Daily 10






O ABC News (ABC Inside Holly Grey's Anatomy Grey's Anatomy Primetime News iNightline
10 ESPN SportsCenter (Live) College Football Maryland at West Virginia. (Live) | SportsCenter (Live)
10 CBS News News Fortune Jeopardy Survivor: Cook CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn News Late
EB FOX 70s Friends Simp Raymond Til Death Happy Celebrity Duets News I Geraldo Seinfeld South
E0 PBS News-Lehrer Reading Served Cross Fla. Face This Old Hous Kids & Divorce: For Charlie Rose (N)
0 WGN Home Im Home Im Home Videos Shocking Moments Shocking Behavior WGN News at Nine Sex & Becker
E WB Still Still King |King Smallville "Oracle" Supernatural News |Will Sex & Sex &
En MAX Se *** "Red Eye" i20i'':, "Boys on the Side' r 1". R ** *The Man" i2i."j5, BestSex
J TNT Law & Order Wilhout a Trace ** "Rush Hour 2" 120011 Jack.- Char *** "Bad Boys" 1,'%. A.:h,.n'
S NICK School |Zoey 101 OddPar |Neutron Sponge |Phantom DiffWrld FreshPr. FresnPr.|Cosby Rose |Rose
B FAM 7th Heaven 7th Heaven ** "The Rookie" 2002 Driamai Deris rjaid, The 700 Club
SSPIKE Police Videos CSI. Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn UFC Unleashed Ult. Fighter TIJA iMPACT! (J)
@ BET 106 & Park: Top 10 Live IBIk Car Movie |Parkers Girl (Girl Comicview Jamie F. IJamie F.
BJ DSC How How 48 Hr-Evidence A Haunting A Haunting (N) Death Metal Music Supermax
QD SUN Sports Saltwater Florida Fishing Report I High School Football Florida Fishing
6D LIFE Reba Reba ** "Trapped in a Purple Haze" (|.,0),| 'Uur Mother's Murder" I"199'7 Will |Will
B A&E Cold Case Files Crossing Jordan ICSI: Miami The First 48 irl) Dallas SWAT i1,i Cold Case Files
B SCIFI (5:00) Riverworld" ** "The Monkey King" 20r1 Fanrlavi Thorm Gi:, ,'sn, Ba LinI "20,000 Leagues"
9 TLC While You Out Property Ladder Property Ladder IFlip IFlip. |FI;p Flip Propenrty Ladder
DTr AMC (4:151 "A Bridae Too Far" 11'7i ** "Enemy of the State" (;'j98 Will Smirh (:45) ** Narc' 120021'


Times


News-Herald September 8-9, 2006








B-4 Perry News-Herald September 8-9, 2006


Small ads...big deals!!


I


AUCTION Sept. 9, 6:30 p.m. :1693 SW
Mosley Hall Rd. Madison, FL Renny &
Terry. The Haulers will return with more
great items and great buys. Comfy seats,
air conditioned. Directions: Follow Hwy
22T North to SW Moseley Hall Rd( CR
360) turn right approx. 8 miles on right.
AU691 AB2490 Phone 850-973-2959.
9/8


M

The monthly Sons of AMVETS
Community Yard Sale will be held this
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.).
9/6-8A
Yard Sale Saturday, Sept. 9 from 8 a.m,-1
p.m. 6515 Beach Rd.
*9/6
"Tool Sale" and odds and ends. Off
Woods Creek Rd. Follow signs. Fri. and
Sat. 8 a.m. 1 p.m.


6 PC. BEDROOM SET Headboard,
frame, dresser, mirror, chest, night stand.
New in boxes, must sell $550. 850-222-
9879
9/8GCN

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

SOFA & LOVE SEAT. NEW
MICROFIBER, Stain Resistant, Lifetime
Warranty, Still in Crate, Can Deliver. Sug.
List $1250, sell $475, 850-545-7112
9/8GCN





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


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


Yard Sale, 8 a.m. until, Saturday Sept. 9.
Located at Handy Rentals mini storage.
Lots of misc. items, exercise equipment,
furniture, all size clothes, and tools. All
items going cheap. No early birds please.
9/8
Yard Sale'Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. -
until Baby cradle, love seat and chair, and
odds and ends. 806 E2 Paige St. behind
county jail.
9/8
Huge Yard Sale 2174 Ellison Gamble Rd.
off Beach Rd. CD's, movies, household
items. Canceled if rain. 2 families.
Saturday 8 a.m. until .
9/8
Yard Sale 747 AB Murphy Rd. Friday and
Saturday September 8th & 9th. 8 a.m. -
uil. Na


'Ip1 c Com






BINGO

IVTS333Q


Early Bird
Regular


6 p.m.
7 p.m.


I Shrine Club
(Hwy, 19 North) 584-2434
*Must be 18 yrs. or older





MATTRESS: King Size Orthopedic 3 pc.
Set, New, unopened w/warranty. Sacrifice
$295. 850-222-2113.
9/8GCN
Set of 4 TSL Super Swampers
, 38.5x14.5x15 95% tread $800. Also, 1984
Chevy transmission 4 speed 4 wheel
drive, with granny low. $200. Call 838-
1024. If no answer please leave message.
9/8
New tool box by UWS full size pick-up.
" $150. Call 584-7605
9/8-9/20
Music Lessons Producer/ Guitarist now
available for guitar, bass & voice students,
Beginners welcome. Call Josh Noland
850-584-5975
8/4-9/29
BED Brand New Queen Orthopedic
Pillow-Top Mattress Set. In plastic,
warranty, can deliver. $250.850-425-8374.
9/8GCN

Do you work in Tallahassee? Is your gas
bill too high? Carpool with us! Please call
584-9107.
9/6-9/15


I -'MESa


gREDUCED PRICE 2 city lots behind
PIZZA HUT, on Magnolia street large live
oak's, fenced with well, ready for your
home. excellent buy! $60,000. Call Jason
Heartsfield @ 850-843-0503. Nature Coast
Inc.
9/8tfnJH
"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
For sale 2 acres with 2 mobile homes,
Jenkins Rd. Good well & septic, needs
work, $25K OBO, NO AGENTS. 584-5117.
9/6-9/8
For Sale Monticello 3 BR/ 1 BTH,
Carport, deck, shed & dens on appox. 1
acre, Coopers Pond-area. $120K Firm.
584-5117 or 850-997-2350. NO AGENTS.
9/6-9/8
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
Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq.
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-
584-5891. Pete Fortner
7/19tfnBC
Land for sale, 221 North Between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
tfEF


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 lasi long! All for
$55,000. Call 850-584-5832.
8/30-9/8
3 BR/2 Ba Ranch Home on 2.56 acres at
580 E. Robert's Aman Rd. New laminate
wooo 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 Stel Master Home built in
2004 1 A acre fenced in yard $95,000. Will
.iatch down payrr.ent 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 $10,000.
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 closing costs 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
purification system. 89 N. Page Rd off of
Woods Creek Rd. $130,000 838-3927.
9/1-9/27




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.
7/12ftfnS(',q


6 6


Cl* *; (55862 sehon


2 ACRES JODY MORGAN NICELY WOODED
READY TO RENT. Bring your Mobile Home
or R.V., few lots available, PUBLIC BOAT
RAMPP,& KEATON..,!BEACH" rv QI-,.I-!
'Flr,,.b. t ie e r-rn ,:ll Aryhin, 'iy.1'. ,! c'-
5822 or 305-866-0460.
8/23-9/29
Large, one bedroom apartment. $450 per
month. Available 10/01. No pets, no
children, 1st and last month rent. Please
call 584-8275 evenings for appointment,
9/8-9/20



i


Southern Forestry Realty
www.soforest.com

105+ ac;, Jefferson Co.--high hills,
wet weather pond, creek with hard-
woods. 40 ac of 15-yr old loblolly,
beautiful views. $5000/ac.

40 ac, Jefferson and Taylor Co.--
20 ac planted pines, beautiful hard-
woods. One-quarter mile frontage on
the Aucilla River. $360,000.
Rob Langford 850-556-7575

40 ac, Taylor Co.--20+ ac '13-15 yr
old planted pines, hardwoods. Great
Hunting Tract. $5000/ ac.

50 ac, Jefferson Co.--30 min. to
Tallahassee. Several beautiful ponds
full of fish. Natural woods, great
hunting.

Many more investment opportunities
available in North FL, South GA, and
Southeast AL

Rob Langford 850-556-7575-


HOMES


Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 BR HC
and non-HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8:00 to 5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call
850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett
Rd. Perry, FL' 32347. Equal, Housing
Opportunity.
8/9tfSV

For Rent 2 bed/ 1 bth apt. in quiet
neighborhood; central heat & AC, 1 year
lease, no children, smokers, or pets, credit
check. $425/mo. 1st, last & $200 deposit.
223-1578.
9/8-9/13

2 bedroom mobile home fully furnished
very clean, nice yard iots of shrubbery.
Will accept 1 very small child. No pets
584-4366
9/1-9/13

WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!
1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered.
Eoual Opportunity. Office hours are 8:00-
5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call 850-584-5668. 709
W. Church St., Perry, FL 32348. TDD 711.
tfWA
Newly remodeled :,m'i.: S'j I.- available
for lease, electric. water, gas and trash
rrr:,',. r, i,:clu.ld, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty GoO0-584-4401.
6/21tfnSGR

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

Enjoy your freedom .
to attend the church
of your choice.


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

Grounds Keeper full time to maintain
property grass., plants, etc., all tools
furnished. Can Guarantee 40 hours. Paid
vacation, sick leave, holidays, health
insurance is available. Must be reliable
and in good health. Drug test' required,
Apply at Ware Oil & Supply, 2715 S
Byron Butler Pkwy Perry, FL 32348.
9/8tfWO
Truck Drivers Wanted: Georgia-Florida
Bark & Mulch is looking for experienced
class A truck drivers with a clean driving
record to do local hauling. Applications
must be made in person at 863 Highway
27 East, Perry, FL. Call Only if directions
are necessary. 850-584-4807.
8/30-9/8


Drivers
2 Company Drivers N
RUN SOUTHEAST C
Home Every Week
Sign On Bonus
Rider Program
(Immediate)
80% Drop & Hoc
Health & Denta
Paid Vacation
CDL/A 2 Yrs OT
Shoreline Transport
877-208-9176.
9/6-9/8


eeded
ONLY
end

i o.


rR
nation


Repair & Maintenance Opening for a
general purpose repair and maintenance..
person. Full Time, we guarantee 40 hours,
Must be qualified in painting, some
carpentry work along with miscellaneous
jobs. Must have a good driving record, be
reliable and trustworthy. Pay rate $8.50-12
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

CDL/A Driver Wanted
minimum 2 years experience, local runs,
home every night, excellent pay. 678-467-
5913.
9/1-9/13
Court Operations Manager
The Court Operations Manager is
responsible for responsible for assisting .
the Trial Court Adminisirator in ihe
organization, development and
implementation of ,couri programs and
service such as budget deveiopmeni
personnel administration, purchasing
facility management, alternative
sanctions, family court; court reporting 'bhd :
jury management. Graduation from an
accredited four year college or university
with major course work in judicial
administration, public administration-
business administration, criminology-oVr a
related science. Must have knowledge,of
the Florida State Courts system, Appellate
or Trial Court process and, the criminal
justice system. For further information,....
visit www.flcourts.org and
www.jud3.flcourts.org. Submit resume
w/State of Florida application to: Jacqqpett,
Bradley, Human Resources Manager .
P.O. Box 1569
Lake City, FL 32056 -1
ADA Compliant/EOE
'8/23-9/8TJC

More, Warehouse Delivery person. Good
license must be 21. Apply in person.
8/16tfBC
Secretary Wanted: Georgia-Florida Bark ',
Mulch. Must have excellent people and
telephone skills, as well as be larnlar
,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.
8/30-9/8

Check .Station Positions Available The,,
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission is hiring personnel for -
seasonal work at check stations during thed
upcoming archery and general gun huntingg;.
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 HVAC/R service technicians
with a minimum of 5 yrs experience.'
starting wages $14-16/hr. Call 850-584-
3626
8/23tfnAR
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


A subscription to your
hometown newspaper
makes a great
graduation gift!


'


2006 Honda Foreman 500 4-wheeler. New
condition. $4000. Call 672-0145
9/6-9/8


9?


Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks,
'tractors, etc. Wanted Isuzu. and. Toyota
trucks for export. 386-688-3999.
9/8S -
NEED CASH?
GOT JUNK?
Gdr JUNK CARS, TRUCK?
I BUY SCRAP METALSI1
850-838-JUNK (5865)
S 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



'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

MURRAY SERVICES
Lawn Care
Licensed and Bonded
Commercial & Residential.
mowing, weed eating, shrubbery care,
flower beds!
FREE ESTIMATES!!!
(Home) 850-584-8420
(Cell) 850-371-0530
9/8-10/4


GULF COAST ...

METAL 3' Wide
ROOFING Galvalume

Fu-ll line of 'Wide
accessories in stock Painted

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



Doctors' Memorial Hospital is now hiring for the positions listed below. Our 48-bed
acute care facility offers a competitive salary and benefits package, retirement plan,
and flexible scheduling. Please fax resume to the Human Resources Department at
(850) 584-0661, E-Mail to dianam@doctorsmemorial.com, or call (850) 584-0866.


Home Health:
Registered Nurse, Full-Time

Security:
Security Officer, PRN


Drug Free Workplace


Med-Surg:
Registered Nurse, Full-Time, 7P
Licensed Practical Nurse, PRN,7P


Surgical Services:
'OR Tech, Full-Time
Equa'Opportunity Employer


Doors MeorilHspital


WANT TO BUY

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


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


Come one... i 1
cornmel!

PERRY ELKS



Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome I
\ 305 Puckett Road


RN or LPN

Weekend

Treatment Nurse
Sue Love, Director of Nursing



85-54-344 07MashllDrve9 eryFL324
Dru FeeWokpac, Equal pportu ityEmloe


RN STF.










DEVELO i'PMENT,


AUCTIONS
I &,


HELP:
WANTED


WANTED


'1984 Ford LTD 32,300 actual miles.
asking $1500 Call 584-4422 after 5 p.m.
8/30-9/1
1997 Honda, CRV, red, 120K, pwr
windows, privacy tint, cruise control, AC,
CD Player asking $5,600. 584-9016.
9/6-9/15
1998 Z71 ex. Cab 4x4, green w/tan
, interior, 210,000 mostly road miles. Great
shape $7,995. Call Mike at 843-0650
S9/8-9/15
FOR SALE
1989 Bronco XLT



W-W


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 12.50x15 ATtires on
12" MT aluminum rims (only 400
miles on these), tinted windows,
112,000 original miles.
MUST SEE!"
$5,000 OBO
S 584-6678, 584-8563
or 1-352-356-0268




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 080.
8/30tfCS
24 1/2 Ft Grady White, walk around cuddy
cabin, full canvas, live wells, wash d':r-mn
and more, 235 Johnson, float on -iiler
'$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,
J 80 P 8L 1 522 after







B-5 Perry News-Herald


100 -


Brenda & Teenas House Cleanir
S Mowing Residential & Busi
Free Estimate call 850.-223-2477
8P2,9/22

A 2- Farm and Lawn Service
Harrowing bush hog rrncwing. d
rake work and complete lawn
Tree trimming/.1.removal, du
services. Call 584-6737..
,:4/12tfn : ..

LLC. Jeff Wilson Tile instal
repair re-grout. concrete coating
5929
5/5HtnJW :
Wholesale Transmissions used
.1Io Bjy old transmissions for C
S 8t3-2904. or 850-584-3193.
: 3/rfnRS

S- 'M '. P Q P
: LAWN SERVICE
.(85.50)e,75

Palm Trees Done Profestionall
S experience sjnup grinding. ir(
: Licensed & Insured Call John a
-029C
S'The Handyman experts LLC. hC
S Affordable, professional, lice
: insured Specializing in house
.: interior. etc.. mobile home repi
maintenance, pressure washing
concrete) carpet,. vinyl, wood flo
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270
584-3776 (office) 25 years
7". "JM .
...STUMP GRINDING
Aison


P RESSUR WASHING.
Free Estimates!!l
Call Billy Blue at
838-1307 or 72-0955
:,- 3/10tfnBB
Job needed for Caregiver or Sit
elderly, Have experience and re
'Can reach me at 850-223-3555
Kathy
911-9/13 .1 .10 .

CARPET & VINYL
SInstallation and repairs done a
price. No overhead Direct saving
30 years experience. 850-8
Please leave message.
01/04tfnBR

SB.sh Hog Mowing, Dozer WI
Work. Land Clearing. Free Estin
.: (850)43-21F7., ,
4/5-9/15 .,', '

ah lm certified with the Depai
Children & Family. I keep ki
home from 7 a m. 4 p.m. Monday
Give me a call at 223-1705 an
Linda Where the little people m
difference!
: /-. 9/./13


ng & Lawn
ness. For NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'.. Hiawatha Mohawk, Case No. 06-541CP,
filed in the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit, In and For Taylor County, Florida,
The address of which is Taylor County
S.,, Courthouse, P.O. Box 620, Perry, Florida
,1 lerveltng 32348. The names and addresses of the
services. Personal Representatives and the
i mp truck attorneys representing the estate are set
imp ruck, forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
-persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
nation, Tile .copy of this notice is required to be
g, Call 838- served must file their claims with this court
within the later of 3 months after the time
of the first publication of this notice or 30
days after the date of service of a copy
of this notice on them.
& rebuilt. I All other creditors of the decedent and
ores. 850- other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court within 3 months after
the aale of the first cuc...-a.i-r,. ,: r this
notice... .
all.claims not filed within the time periods
S set forth in section 733.702 of the Florida
Probate Code will be forever barred.
tic.?,mris aoriajin the time periods set forth
above, any claim filed two (2) years or
20 yar more after the decedent's date of death
v 20 year is barred.
Srimmng, The first date of publication of this notice is
i850-6,2- .`September 1, 2006,
PEPSOrjAL IEPRESEIITATI.'E'-
SDeDoe Carlirn 331,) Cori.:.n Rodo Fer.i,
Dnest work' Florida 323I.7 an. -narew 6..:.
nsed and .'cLeoa 25v04 r.la.r.foiar, Lo-, -.,,
Spainting. Fl oda' 32102
SAIorlne./ for Ine Per:..:,ral Representative:
airs. home llam W Blue
(wood and Bl.ue 8 Byer PLI.C
or. ceramic n15W Ba51sreea
(home) or Perry, Florida 32347
(850)584-3111
S 9/1

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


5. Ask for



it a good
gs to you.
38-9050.'



ork. Rake
ra'es Call



rtment of
ds in my
y- Friday,
id ask fort
ake a Big


TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY ,-
& CARPET
CLEANING -
Dries in 3-4 hours

584-CLEAN "
(584-2532) -,


S on a

Taco Times

anm Perry

News-Herald

and find out

what Taylor

County is all

about!


SUBSCRIBE


TODAY!

$35 (in county)
$49 (out of county)
P.O. Box 888
Perry, FL 32348
or come by our office at
123 S. Jefferson St.

584-5513




Swann

Bail :

Bonds

Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
"ll/here Evei vday Is Spriiinguine"

.1n' iso S -584 2757


Call today to subscribe! 584-5513


I SERVICES


Convenience at your fingertips


24 hours a day...


Comn
calnda


Up-to-date listings of local civic groups, government

meetings, support groups and veteran meetings


U,
~


Subscriptions 2 newspapers a week

One year: $35 in county $49 out of county

Six month: $18 in county $25 out of county


Subscriptions must be prepaid. You can mail
us your name and address along with a check
for payment, or call us and pay over the .
phone with a credit card.


* 46nOPrION q MA ear~el y n.Imis soiL6i0 k~lmI fW.I
1..1 1.111PlO-.4oli4110(01,0 ,ui.,,Dai., 11pfilt!

Anneuwmcnlis
* Is sie. shRaining %outR .pliIomshipnUs? My qjRs.j
50ir I.flan~. 11!N 0aioi.- As ~o. m Fl PANl'

Auclions
AI/CTON 1.4"4 4cr..Penw io t-a.nideLR-Jolr.I LCo.,ei
G-e..., I..... Or- 1-4, r. D.s'D-s. Cs.,qsL,-.-~o

%:mon~I Jj.AIo, poln, Vito,. & 0.13. Iv




%oeib (nn,.I l eldw. N1411, PririM% AUCkTION Sri 14

~ o., .AAl l l, i ll 10


fickm4 ih~.~I.ns M.M1.Pio~ea" AIl I1JUN I1I4AM 5..Y.
0.01 iolI-.I I L R-4.1o~to Ai.,toRo..J,..tA
%..lil I 0..1. BOIcU I E'lI sliIl 00


AIC T l20. Loud ..d Anl~q.t.. .14-.'0 Is, PpotionMa.5

.0!' Mar, Plo.. ldo..o



ME11T %L ROOFIG h'sO EISS BU- D.,c55o/.Osnii
II.'. !....r. 0%-,SL^. cTell F- 0-111101 1

Business Opporl unities

-d.im s RO. .5 -6o, i. soA. .iI.11 .50 L ...C, 111,1.L
.. 0U0W ..IhliS"/!I-, .or 5'5 1!


Licensed Ufe & Health Agents to market ftll portfolio of
inspounic products including a SO Premium Modicua Advan.
loage plan wills Prt D. Unlimited qualified leads. Earn 75k to
125k. Management Position also available for the rigil candi-
* datl. 'C11 Larry or Stive (y; (866)224-8450 ext. 5018.
OTR dri trrs uer.-e ..-,rr J ... I... m" i..-.... I.. ,
* I P 5 ..,. -.r,... H,- ... .. -... H 1 s
. k. Rulsr.. fr r l ... R,eh.. .1' H ; ..n...., 'N-/ I
4943 .ww hearauilndexprcss com
Drlver-HIRING QUALIFIED DRIVERS forCentrul Florida
Local'& National OTR positions. Food grade tanker. no
:hazmat. np pumps. great benefits, competitive pay & new
equipment. Need 2 years experience. Call Bynumn Trnsport for
y6ur opportunity today. (800)741-7950.
DRI\ ER YOU WANT IT, WE HAVE IT! Solo. teams.
owner operators, company drivers. students, recent grads.
n5g.,. r... 1 .cJ i.-. r.u-i Van. flatbed. Must be,21. CRST
C .r'r C--.. ..... a,/I 1,O 1, www.driveforcrst.con.
INTRESTICD iN \ POIT' T OB i .t0 13 .. .,,
..U.... ..r..:.,. .. Pa

POLICE OF-FICERS ,.' :.,. ,,. ..... T,.r. I.
proleco your fellow Soldiers and be a leader in the Anny
National Gunrd. I-8l0-GO-GUARDpom'police


Instruction


HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR TRAINING FOR EM-
PLOYMENT:- .ulldozrs. Backhoes. Loadcrt.sDump.Trucks.
iGrders. Scrapers. Excavauors: National Certification. Job
Placement Assisuancc; AssQcialtcdTraining Services
(800)251-3274 www.cqupipincitoeratolr colr


Ilesvy Equipment Opermlor CERTIFIED. Hands on Train-
wh ..i l. ....... i...... Call Toll Free 1866)933-1575.
%5sml) ii 0) rI l T14I i SERVICES. 5177 Homosassa
STrail. Lecanso. Florida. 34461.
Investment Property

NEW HOMES In OCALA, FL Pre-Construnction Pricing
Zero Down for Investors. Realtor Inquiries Welcome. Call
Kinder Homes at (352)622-2460 or
www linscsinOcalaFI coin

Legal Services
ARRESTED? ACCUSED? ACCIDENT VICTIM? HURT?
Talk to a lawyer Now. Call 24 Houmlr. Personal Injury and
Criminal Defense. Attorney Referral Service A-A-A (888)733.
5342, Prolect Your Rigtls.
Medical Supplies


ALL If Ol11C .%D% ROL, PS Do150 asl~l. /
kf,.h-nz-F... Fo.sadi kil wi,*S-o -4,tn.'.'''l.5 IllS DBErIC .5 PPLI[.' 11 1-ILI'1
110:1..tsfCfAL L.U' Ue ..,ti s4.0 o udorwoM( 8( j,. 0. oiil, .I.5. .:I -I'-.-)I. ,//if fi/i/i
/ rot-Med Quality Dioaebetic Spplic,,.


rn..c milr .o.5 .n I,j.n rri, ,0 Pi" pio.'n 10 mloafl..ii1nl j
horn ris6k*1kr DO NOT CALL olhcii1 1-.A')0t i'f 3o- .
Firn $lbTI pe.r ads) nh uo.r os ..rpuse., iN. LI S No,
..... 1u0. p5.Il r| FIi rrin.r.. o. alhJ5dic.uni..um 1ur11-

Business Services
*"GOT A' BlSINESS?** Dprmatically inercasw sales by
accspling all major Credit andl Debit cards,th. Discount rat.s!
Free 0an up! Free equipmncn upg ds;,! (1014)568.t- 5.
Health insurance

FREE PRESCRI IPTION 5ving. Card. Pri nt your frc card
lodaly., ws-us npqowiu ird corn No ginunicst!no catch. Pro-
vided by Fouhtdation for Uninsured Ampqricns.

HelpWanted
NOW HIRING GEOLOGIST for our Andalusia, Alhbana
office. Scrol osureand transcript lo CDGl&O gincc`& Asso.
1cialc. Inc.. p.O. Udx 279, Andalusia. AL 36420; fax: (334M)222.'
4011; mail: kha lt.dg.cobm: phone: (334)222.9431.
0/0 Driver The FPS is; higer hore! Zero down lcac.'ow
paymcntls. SI.l Avg. S2,80) Producltiviy lonus S2.0H)
R4fcmil Boouu,; s ls Pla prov.ideqd. FFC (11 )5609-929".


M'isc.llanrous

DIVORCES27.-S350*COVERS children, etc. Only one sig-
nature required! *Excludes govt. fees! Call weekdays
(800)462-2000. cxt.600I, i8am-.6pin) Altoia Divorce. LLC. Es-
tablished 1977.
ATTENDCOLLEGE ONLINE from Home. "Medical. *Busi-
ness'., *Ppnlcgul. *Compulers C'riminal Justice. Job place-
nment assisancce. Computer provided. Financial Aid if quail
fled. Coll (866)858-2121 www onlincTidewtllcrTlcc ccm
AIRLINE MECHANIC Rapid raining for highly paymg
Aviation Creer. FAA predicts sev'cr shortage. Financial aid
if qualify Job plucemlent assistance, CALL AIM (888)349-
5387.
Real Estate

Gulf front lots S595k. Homes tantmg mid S300k. New
master planned ocean front community on beautidli Mustang
Island, near Corpus Christi, TX. www0 cnnunlonhorc coin
(866)891-5163.
BEAUTIFUL N. CAROLINA. ESCAPE THE HEAT IN
THE BEAUTIFUL PEACEFUL MOUNTAINS OF WEST-
ERN NC Iomcs.Cabnis.AcrcaEg& INVESTMEN S. (HEllO.
KEE MOUNTAIN GMAC REAL ESTATE
clicrokcmnounnlllnrcallv coon Cull for Itro brochure (1(X)1841
531168.


SWIIh Tennessee's Beaullful Lakes & Mountins, .iar
Week o Setember 4, 2006) o t prl. l Nn ..
1' 0www nancvgaincs cor1


MURPHY, NORTH CAROLINA AAH COOL SUMMERS
MILD WINTERS Affordable Homes & Mountain Cabins,
Laod CALL FOR FREE BROCHURE (877)837-2288 EXIT
REALTY MOUNTAIN VIEW PROPERTIES
www cxitmulrphy corn
NATIONAI BlILLUR i4-. DO N ,,. ... :-r. i.,
HOME nii **ii Il.Il- ...,. .
foot. Call for FREE color brochures. (8Q0)622-2832.
EastTennessee-N.-rri. L&LI.e ... :.01 J L ~iiI ,lri
lot- $66,5001 5.1 ,-.i.L ,.' 0L'tU .. I. '.. ,,,, I .
Lakeside Realty @ (423)626,5820 ,Or visit
www lakcsidcrenltv-tn coin
North Carolina Mtas. Asheville Area Starting @ 589,900
forspectacularparcels with views, waterfalls. mountain streams.
ameniies & much more. Call for appt, (866)930-5263.
North Ca, Ai.-. C..oi M -i.r.rlirn \i.
Homes. .-.: L' U 1 ,l ''J
5333. R ,.i t .,T l i h.- *i' 'I l,
289116. l .i ,


altitude. S95.000. Bryson City. Call owner! (800)810-1590.
www.oewilliams.nect. ,
CUMBERLAND PLATEAU- TN Spectacular I to 5 acre
parcels from the S40s. Bluff view, wooded or pond sites.
Clubhouse with fitness center. Nature trails. Min. to Fall
Creek Falls State Park. Call (866)292-5769.
LAKE BARKLEY WATERFRONT 2,51 acres of lakefront


NC MOUNTAINS 7 acres on mountain top in gated commu-
lity,. viev. trees. waterfall & large'public lake nearby, paved
private access. 9,501 11owner 1866)789-8535 NC77.com.
GEORGIA/ NORTH CAROLINA Captivating mountain
views, lakes. rivers, waterfalls. Honecsills starting (i 539.900.
Log hione kits (i; S39.900. Limited availability. Call (888)389-
3504 X 700.
LAKEFRONT REDEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY!
wwwgad plncliarhell info All water- access honmesits direct
front tIhe developer. Most amenities already in. Far below
innrket value, from S79,900. Possible 18 mo NO PAYMENTS!
Call Now! 1881)BY-1.AKES.
Waterfront Wilmington, NC Historic, Port City Coastal
Development The Bluffs on the Cape Fear. Fastest Growing
County in NC.. Grand Opening Fall 2006. Direct Ocean Ac-
cess. Preconstruction incentives to call now.,
Iwww.ihcblufilTsn.com (866)725-8337 Cape Fear BluffTs, LLC
Broker,
Western New Mexico Private 62 Acre Ranch S129,990 Mt.
views. ,. ,,, .. i:. i BLM. 1930's
stone ., i. -.,'. H -.I riding, hiking,
hunting. PerTect family ranch, electricity. 100% financing.
(806)365-2825.'
TENNESSEE DEEPWATER PROPERTIES! STARTING
AT ONLY 39,900! Won't Last! Call Now! (866)950-5263
cxt 105.

Steel Buildings
STEEL BUILDINGS FACTORY DIRECT. 30x40 was
S13,290. now S6,820: 40x60 was S21.859. now S10,562;
O0x80 was S36.148. now S17,642; Sizes to 100.000 square
feet Erection & Dealerships Available, (800)720-6857.

Vacation

LAKE ESCAPE at The Ridges Resort& Club.Bed & Brak-
fast at Our Beautiful Lakeside Mollntain Resort in Hiawassee
GA. S99.ecclday 0o S139. TbhRideRcsolrt.comn (888)834-
4409
Late Summer Discounts and Free Golfl Dale E Peterson
Vacations N/Il\arre. Okaloosa Island, Destin. South Walton,
Panamia Citl www deslinrcsorts com (800)336-9669.




ANF
ADVERTISING NETWORKS OF. FLORIDA

Classified Display I Metro Daily


Back Issues
Back issues are available at the newspaper
office for the past three months. Issues are
available for cover price in the office or may
be mailed to you for a $2 charge.


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATE INFORMATION


The classified ad charge for 25 words or less is $5 for the first publication and
$3 for each additional publication. After 25 words there will be a $0.10 per
word per run charge. Bold lines cost additional $1 per sentence.


For example: A ad with 40 words will cost $6.50 for the first publication and
$4.50 each additional publication.


Deadlines are Mondays at 5 p.m. for Wednesday's Taco Times and Wednesdays
at 5 p.m. for Friday's Perry News-Herald.


-I


Note: Display classified advertising is handled by the retail advertising staff and '
questions should be directed to our advertising department.


q .I





Perry Newspapers, Inc.

123 S. Jefferson Street Perry, Florida 32347


P.O. Box 888 Perry, Florida 32348


Phone: (850) 584-5513 Fax: (850) 838-1566


E-mail:

newsdesk@perrynewspapers.com

(News and press releases)


ads@perrynewspapers.com

(Display advertising and classified)


circulation@perrynewspapers.com

(Circulation and subscriptions)


-, ~:


September 8-9, 2006


V


L Subscrip:iti-o]ns


[Advertisin:]
Rates


3


-


Check out our new


website...


NL






B-6 Perry News-Herald September 8-9, 2006


OrL, ii $,399 ,L ifT rll'-EFT-,i + FI .T tr.10IrTH PA.liENrT Oil LEASES. Oil WRANGLER, $1399 DUE AT l FJCEPTICII + FIR.T f.1i TH P~ rjLE T. NO SECJRIT', DEPOSIT REQUIRED. OrL,. $399
DOWN ON 72 MONTH PURCHASES. PAYMENTS ARE PLUS TAX, TAG,TITLE, WARRANTY RIGHTS/ACQUISITION FEES. MONTHLY TERM FOR 0% INTEREST RATE VARIES BY MODEL. SEE uS FOR
DTA -. MU--ET T.KE DELI.'ER, E' 9/30/06. PROMI1OTIOri APPLIUE TO %LL ;ALES C OFJ OR AFTER 9/01/06. MULiT BE Ir DEALER STOCK.
CASS BURCH.COM
QUITMAN, GA CASSDRIVE A

JEEP CAPITAL OF i BRAND NEW
T SS WORLD FAMOUS DEALS ONE EVERY
THE SOUTHEAST! a2YEARS!
tall= TMICn RF---n-:, E RS t,


vv V I U UN ovau ll .1
WE SELL MORE...
WE SELL 'EM FOR LESS!!!


2006 JEEP WRANGLER

bLese it.. L L
buy 11.. 11 4 9 anoo,, ,.1


2006 EEP LIBERTY 20
Lease it... IL L' and 1V.
bor 2 2 A'
buy it... $29 a "ow in


106 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE

Lease it... i C. J- "j
or$ 9


2006 JEEP COMPASS
y I...72 M I s.
buy It... I/ n
oor.I t


L =H --.^ 1 ^ ^ -- ------- ----


2006 JEEP COMMANDER

Lease it... i Lk Z- .' n y.,%
but349 =-
or ip oml
buy it...


iii ly V-: id-D, to


2006 PT CRUISER
L 1 or" o m I,
Lease it... d 'I -- 13,

buy i,.Rl o...?'I


2 GREAT
CHOICES
LEASE FOR
27 MONTHS,
& WALK AWAY
OR PURCHASE
FOR 72
MONTHS &
OWN IT


:Mw a J^W}^ ]W ] 'fiJ


2007 DODGE CALIBER 2006 CHRYSLER PACIFICA
r ms i for27mos.
Lease i... I Lease it... wy..
Lease-t... way--


oru
buy it...


239 o:


.r 72 329
buy it,, and own it!


ll ..^-,i. w ;: i^"-.' y 06704
2006 TOWN & COUNTRY
Lease it..". 'i 1 O
Lease it.., m ..'j ,.. 3jj ..


or $ for V atmi
-.'- o 27 9 and o


HUGE
2006 DODGE CARAVAN MINI-VAN
rt, L-- ) r27, SALE
d9sej. "- Over 50 to
LoseOWN;...LL Choose From'

buyi/... BI n fl ,


Farm
Bureau
Members Save
Additional --, i
BFoao lA
Mj ejm... -o


2006 RAM 1500

B u y f A m L E' ,
AT THIS PRICE,
YOU GOTTA OWN IT!!


0%
FOR 72
MONTHS
AVAILABLE
ON MOST
-'-. MODELS!
K- an
.^a^^ B~i^- iSR


200
i > -r '


2006 DODGE DURANGO


e se i .. .,' '- '
e s ... ., .._ eva. or $
buy i..
r /r l r:'2mos.
oyr .... I """' Farm Bureau
Members Save
Additional
500O


2006 RAM QUAD CAB
.... *)t 0 l 0 or,- mos.
Buyi.. ,'-- i'- I and own #1
AT THIS PRICE,
YOU GOTTA OWN ITI!


-

6 RAM MEGA CAB

. MrI M ._7 l
-H u ',ot 72 ,mo
4ri 4 9 /i


Farm
Bureau
Members Save
Additional
-$500
MAL


2006 DAKOTA QUAD
( or27 mos
-- '--- ind Wnulk
Lease it... L___-- :-.-' .
orbuy itor T n
buy it... 4d down ll


2 GREAT
CHOICES
LEASE FOR
27 MONTHS,
& WALK AWAY
OR PURCHASE
FOR 72
MONTHS &
i'OtWil IT -_.


2006 DODGE CHARGER
Le '. '- ) jr" l""
Lease it...'- -ir mc ,


or M7 E lotf 7o 2 2mos
buy if $.. and own Ii'

Complimentary
oil changes
for life, 8 years
and counting.


2 AT THIS PRICE!
/ ,


2005 QUAD CAB
VIPER TRUCK
MSRP $51,985
-. i--' i- r 0 .---
-. 0 I


- ~.,


2006_CHRYSLER 300
I Ir:; k~r27 mm.
Lease it..'j-z
~ 399or 72 mus.
or $NW owp hli
WhfftAniomed WiChrpjElr FAprdcia


EX~T 16, HIGHWAY 84
tUITMAN*229-263-2277


- 77L 'I


EXIT 22, N. VALDOSTA RD
VALDOSTA 229-242-1540


Kw i doIIJII
V, ORLei
iA :V0- ZIrli- --


IT "--Jj-j L5 1 1-11


* mm -


I


E~I~I$FBt~ -i-'. :ed~o~ :; --"i;-~aL~8~5~-