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TL JSULL)OGS' HOME OF

500 Friday, Sept. 22 Dorsett Stadium Kickoff at 7 p.m.


Is.


News


Forum.

WalkAmeica
is Saturday -
The March of Dimes WalkAmerica:
will be held- Saturday, ..Sept. 23,
beginning at. 8. a.m. at Buckeye
Community Federal.Credit Union.
Participants will walk down
Jefferson Street to City Park and
. back with a rest stop at the park.
In addition to the walk, a dunking.
booth will be available as well as a
bounce house for children ages five
and under, Honeybee the Clown, face
.painting, games, refreshments and
more.
"Targets" for the dunking booth
including Randy Herndon,
-Superintendent of Schools Oscar
Howard, Taylor County High School
.football coach Price Harris, Kevin:
Kidd, Gil Williams, Taylor County..
Commissioner Clay Bethea, Mark=
Wiggins and Diane Ching.

Food distribution
today at Jerkins
Food distribution will be-. at
Jerkins Community Center today
(Friday).

'Pink Elephant'
house party
planned
A Pink Elephant House Party will
be held for Republican women in
Taylor Cdunty Sunday, Oct. 1. .
'The purpose of this gathering is
.to make 'Get Out the Vote' phone
calls to women in our area to make
sure we are reaching out to voters
on behalf of our Republican
candidates," organizers said.
The house party is being hosted
by Annetta Burch and J. B. Cozine.
The Sunday event will be from 3-4
p.m.. in the home of Larry and J. B.
Cozine. For more information,
please call Cozine at 584-8121.

Leadership
Council hosts
annual banquet
Tickets are on sale now for the
annual Taylor County Leadership
Council banquet, planned Friday,
Oct. 13, at Jerkins Community
Center.
Elder Robert L. Thomas wilt be
guest speaker, with entertainment
provided by Derrell Thomas.
Tickets are available from any
council member or by calling 584-
3411
Members are also reminded of
their next meeting this Saturday,
starting at 5 p.m., also at Jerkins
Community Center.


Index
Living...page A,-4
sporTs...pae A, ,-C
Religionr...pa.ge A-7
Looking Back...page B-2
TV' Listlntgs...page, 5-5
Ca 'ssifi'ds...pag. 5-4


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Pery News-Heral
Est. 1889


County approves $179 million


offer from Taylor Energy Center
^ ^ .' '*-4,;


The Tjalor Count Comnnmission
unanimous-Iu toted Tuesday to
approve the latest offer from the
Ta, lor EnergN Center TECi' for
conlmnunii\ contributions totaling
$179 nullion oer -40 \ears.
'The nek 'offer \%as presented to
the board as a response to the
count\ s counter-proposal authored


by Commissioner Malcolm Page
in July.
A contract will now be written to
formalize the proposal and must
be approved by both TEC and the
board.
Once the contract is completed,
an immediate $100,000 donation
will be made by TEC to Taylor


Technical Institute.
This is guaranteed even if the
plant is not built in Taylor
County.
Once the plant receives the
required approvals, a .$10 million
TEC Community Fund
endowment will be established,
which' will result in $500,000


annually assuming five percent
interest.
During the construction phase, a
$1 million annual contribution will
be made to the county. This is
down from the $2 million in
contributions in Page's proposal.
"* Please see page 2


Mike Lawson. project manager of the Taylor Energy Center, points to the area where the proposed power plant will be built
on a site approximately four miles southeast of Perry.

From city to school board



Stadium hand-off is Oct. 1


Dorsett Stadium and Pace Field
tl l! soon see a changing of" the.
guard. when. as of Oct 1,
t"'wnership ol the coir-o\~ned
Iacirliees \,ll be placed in the
hands ot the Ta\ lor Courunt\ School
Board
An interlocal agreement
het\,.een the Cii of Perrn and the
Talor Couriits Schoo'l Board was
delivered to Siipeirinendcnt of
Schools Oscar How. ard Jr.
NMonday. reque-.iring the change


150 apply


for police


chief job

The Cm '\l Perr\ hlas recet\ed
niore tian 150i :pp.1a ,ii:is for city
police cluel and lhas narr'vw cd the
field i, _onime 15 canJidatc.
"Those finalists hai e been enrt a
list of 16 questions developed
jointly by myself and the Florida
Police Chiefs Association. I have
asked them to respond to us in
writing by the end of September.
I'll then review the responses and
select some of those--there's, no
magic number--to invite for
interviews," City Manager Bob
Brown.
The interviews will be
conducted by a committee
composed of Brown, Sheriff L.E.
"Bummy" Williams and a third
"** Please see page 2


When Howard presented the
agreement at Tuesday night's board
meeting, some members were.
reluctant to assume full financial
responsibility for the facilities until
they were deeded over.
There were also questions about
the exact ownership of the
property.
Board Attorney Angela Ball
suggested that the board enter into
a lease agreement with the city
until a clear title to the property


could be attained.
Howard also explained to the
board that the city only wanted to
give two facilities away, but would
retain the softball field and
swimming pool areas.
Board member Mark
Southerland made a motion that
Howard be given the power to act
on the board's behalf in securing a
lease, and was seconded by board
member Danny Lundy.
Howard has since met with City


Manager Bob Brown, who assured
Howard that the City of Perry had
private ownership of the two
facilities and the property and that
a lease "would be fine" until
surveying and deed transfer could
be effected.
"So that means that as of Oct. '1,
the Taylor County School Board,
will be the proud owner of its own
football and baseball fields," said
".* Please see page 2


Jack Brown


Brown will

seek county

mgr. position,

Submits application
for consideration

Commissioner Jack Brown-....
announced Tuesday night he will
apply for the county administrator
position.
Commissioners have been
searching for a replacement for
current administrator Buddy
Humphries who said in July he
would retire at the end of his
current contract.
Brown previously served as
county administrator from March
1997 uniil Februar. 2001 when he
resigned to become general
manager for RDS Manufacturing
Inc. He is currently employed as
associate director over
administration at the Florida
Center for Reading Research in
Tallahassee.
Brown, who was elected in 2002
for the District IV seat, announced
in May, he would not seek
reelection to the board in the
upcoming November election.
A special meeting was
scheduled for Thursday night to
hear interviews from four
applicants for the position.-
Commissioners had received 16
applications, but shortened that list
down to five. One--James P.
Gallagher of Winter Haven--later
withdrew.
Since then, another six
applicants (in addition to Brown)
have applied, according to County
Human Resources Director Laura
Johnson.
The four to be interviewed-
Thursday were: Lyndon L. Bonner
of Ocala, Jacquelin K. Wilson of
Tallahassee, Glenn A. Irby of
Clermont and John A. Minor of
Coral Springs.
At Tuesday's meeting, the
commission agreed to extend
"- Please see page 2


Support appreciated
Veterans Memorial Park continues to take shape, thanks to the on-going support of the community, according to park
committee member Ed Sheffield. Above, he extends thanks to two local donors for their recent contributions: Juanita Mincy,
left, representing the Mincy family, and Russell Batten, area forester with Gilman Building Products.


"ENER,


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A-2 Perry News-Herald September 22-23, 2006


School board eyes


change in accident


notification policy
The Taylor County School board authorized a public hearing for a
policy change regarding notification of parents or guardians in case of an
accident, at Tuesday night's meeting.
The new policy reads as follows: "It is.;the responsibility of each school
or site administrator or designee to notify the parents/guardians of any
accident involving their student as soon as possible after an accident.
"If notification cannot be made by phone, it is the responsibility of the
school to send someone to the home or place of business to talk with the
parent/guardian in person.
"In addition, the school must notify the Superintendent of Schools of
any accident." .:

Commission will be in

charge of endowment


$179 MILLION .
Continued from page 1
After the plant begins operation,
the annual contribution will
increase to $3 million for the first
30 years, escalated by 2.5 percent
per year. Page's plans had $3.5
million annual contributions*
increasing by 2.5 percent or by the
consumer price index (whichever
was larger). ..
,For years 31 to 40, the
contributions will fall to $1 million
annually. TEC's original proposal--'
which was written following
lengthy negotiations between the
power group and County Attorney!
Conrad Bishop and Commission
Chairman Daryll Gunter--had no
contributions after 30 years. Page's
counter-proposal asked for annual
funds after 30 years equal to what
would have been paid on the site if
the group behind TEC was nottax
exempt.
Since all of the agencies behind
TEC are municipal utilities, they
are exempt from paying ad '
valorem property taxes..
The Community- Fund
Management Board--which was to
oversee the funds from the
endowment--has been eliminated


and the county commission will be
left in charge of disbursing the
.money.
It will also be left to the
commission how the annual
contributions will be split between
the county, the 'City of Perry and
the Taylor Counti School Board.
Page began discussions Tuesday
by stating that while the proposal
was "not as much as e asked for,
I think this is afairplain,
"I can vote for this," Page
said.
He then made a motion to-
approve the proposal arid
Commissioner Clay -: Bethea
seconded. The measure passed
unanimously.
Local resident Diane Whitfield
asked what would happen if the
plant does not come.
"We get no money," Gunter said.
."We're very pleased with the
unanimous vote of the Taylor
County Commission on our.
community contribution," said
Mike Lawson, project manager for
TEC. "It's the culmination of many
months of good discussions with
community. leaders, and people
here will see lots of good things
happening as a result, of this-
financial commitment."


Humphries' salary


raised to $100,000


BROWN
Continued from page 1
Humphries contract up to Dec. 31
or 30 days after a new
administrator is hired. His original
contract was set to expire today;.
-(Friday).
Commission Chairman Daryll:
Gunter passed the gavel to make
the motion to extend the ,contract.
as well as increase Humphries'
annual salary for the duration to


$125,000. When no one offered a
:second, .he offered $100,000.
Commissioner Malcolm Page
seconded and the measure passed
3-1 with Commissioner Pat
Patterson voting against. Brown
abstained from voting.
The county's .advertisement for
the administrator position states
the position is open until filled and
commissioners will be able to
'receive additional applicants until
they decided who to hire.


Operating costs ranged

from $25,000 to $40,000


STADIUM
Continued from page 1
Howard.
"It's how it should be," he added,
"Almost every school board in the
state owns their own playing fields
and now we will, too."
Howard said the operating cost
of the fields is estimated at
between $25,000 and $40,000 per

New chief

in place by

December?

CHIEF
Continued from page 1
community representative.
The position, created with the
recent retirement of longtime
police chief Wayne Putnal,' was
advertised locally through
Employment Connections. It was
also posted on several on-line
sites, including both the Florida
and Georgia police chiefs'
associations web sites and the
International Police Chiefs
Association site.
Brown said there two local
applicants for the position; one of
those two was among the semi-
final 15. "We hope to have
someone in place by the end of
this year," he concluded.


year, "depending on how much
free labor we get from the prison
crew that we utilize." ,
.Howard said the board is
applying for a $10,000 grant from
Taylor Energy Center, "as we
speak," to upgrade the handicap
parking facilities at the fields and
"we will be looking for other
grants and financing for other
projects. Some of the operating
costs will have to come from the
general fund, even though w~e had
not planned on it." .'
In the agreement, it was noted
that the board would "be
responsible for all costs and duties
of operating and maintaining
Dorsett Stadium and Pace Field
and would have exclusive rights to
schedule events at the fields,
including fees for use of the
facilities."


Talent showcase and

karaoke competition

tonight at Elks Lodge

Preliminaries for the Florida Forest Festival's Talent Showcase &
Karaoke Competition will be held tonight (Friday) at the Perry Elks,
Lodge, beginning at 6.
General admission will be $5 and the public is invited to attend.
The Florida Forest Festival Talent Showcase & Karaoke Competition is
intended as family entertainment and all song material must be appropriate
for all ages.
Ten finalists will be selected to compete in the final round of
competition Saturday, Oct. 28, at the 51st annual Florida Forest Festival.
As of presstime Thursday, contestants slated to perform were: Melea
Anderson, Loretta Morgan, Dusty Green, Tommy Young, Clay Hockaday,
Brenda Blanton, Michael Kelly, Rex Roberts, Lee Ellison, George
Schwender and Amanda Johnson.


Free tickets
Progress Energy is sponsoring 100 free tickets for the
upcoming 'Pickin' In the Pines' Bluegrass Festival, which
will be held here Oct. 6-7, at Forest Capital Park. The free
tickets are available at the Perry/Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce (limit two per person).


TCSO announces new

weapon arsenal


Taylor County Sheriffs Office
now has a new weapon to fight
Spssible child abductions in the
county in the form of LOCATER-
(Lost Child Alert Technology
Resource). -
"This program enables law
enforcement, agencies to rapidly
disperse images and information
about missing and abducted
children to other law enforcement
agencies, the media and the public,
whether it be local, statewide or
nationally" said TCSO Inv. Donna
Lee, who secured. the program
from the National Center for
Missing and Exploited Children
(NCMEC).
"NCMEC has found that when
pictures of missing children or


abductors are quickly .made.
available to the public, one in six
children is recovered as a direct
result," she added. "Taylor County
has been fortunate that no children
have been abducted, but in these
days and times, you never know
when it could happen. With this
new LOCATER program, our
chances of recovering a missing
child are increased greatly if it
happens. We can now, instead of
being reactive, be proactive." Lee
added.
Although the program is
designed for missing children use,
the technology may also be used
for a number of purposes such as
stolen vehicles, wanted persons
and crime alerts, according to Lee.


Thank You!

I would like to take this opportunity to
thank each and everyone in Taylor County
District IV for the continued confidence you
have shown by allowing me to continue to
serve as your School Board member.
I pledge to continue to strive in making a
difference in our school system for all of our
children, teachers, parents and community.
I ask for your prayers, that we might have
the wisdom to do the very best for our future,
our children.


Thanking you, again,
for the privilege to
serve you.

Delton "Danny"
Lundy
School Board Member
Taylor County District IV


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A-3 Perry News-Herald September 22-23, 2006


Free wireless Internet for downtown?:


Utilizing a pool of money
earmarked specifically for
redevelopment projects, within a
42-square-block that spans the
downtown district, the Perry City
Council is considering the
installation of a free wireless
Internet system.
"With this system, free wireless
Internet would be available to
everyone' within those. 42 square
blocks--businesses, residents and
visitors," City Manager Bob
Brown said.
In relating details of the plan to
council members, Brown recapped
a request from the Downtown
Partnership (formerly known as
the Downtown Merchants
association) for additional benches
around the courthouse square.
"We've priced the benches and it
would be about $25,000. However,
another idea has come up to use
some of that (downtown
redevelopment/revitalization fund)
for a free wireless Internet system.
The cost would be about the same,


* $25,000," he said.
The council asked Brown to
draft a survey that would be sent to
every address within the
redevelopment district in order to
gather input from the community


at-large.
He is slated to present a draft
survey at the council's upcoming,
Sept. 26 meeting.
The area encompassed within
the redevelopment district is


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Street; on the south at Ellis Street;
on the west-at Faulkner Street; and
on east at Center Street (with the
boundaries running down the
middle of the streets).

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dinner fund-raiser Saturday, Sept. ::
30, at Kmart, from 10 a.m. to 3 :.:.
p.m.
All proceeds will be used to ,
fund expenses related to the 2006- ;
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I T aopt peae cll83-355 *


Emergency website unveiled
.The Taylor County School District now has an emergency website
available for the community, District Safety Director Jim Brannan has
announced. The site, located at emergency.taylor.kl2.fl.us, is the
result of a partnership between the district and the Florida Department
of Education (DOE).
After the active hurricane seasons of the past few years, Florida
districts and the DOE worked together to develop a system that would
allow districts to provide information to the community in times of
emergency.
"This web site provides us one more w y to communicate with the
public,'" Brannan stated. "Between television, radio, telephone and the
Internet, the community will always be able to find a way to stay
informed about the effect of emergency situations on the schools.of
Taylor County."


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Living


A-4 Perry News-Herald September 22-23, 2006


& I At Perry Garden Club :



JB reer tells of old RR



A n4 depot getting new life


Liska Gooding will serve a second term as president of the Perry Garden Club. She is
surrounded by her fellow officers: Vice President Lynette Senter, Second Vice President Patti
Causey, Treasurer Nell Barnette and Recording Secretary Pat Vann. (Not pictured: Anne,
Gray, corresponding secretary). Fanette Chesser conducted the installation ceremony.


Local artist

featured in

Valdosta

Local artist Eddie Brown will be
featured at the Annette Howell
Turner Center for the Arts in
Valdosta, Ga., from Oct. 2 through
Nov. 9.
An opening reception will honor
Brown and other artists on Oct. 2
from 5-7 p.m. Brown's "Wisdom
Series," which he describes as
Mixed Media Abstract Art, will be
showcased.


New

arrival

- Davis Cade Kinsey
Aric and Erica Kinsey of
Tallahassee announce the birth of
their son, Davis Cade, on Aug. 3,
.2006.
He weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces,
and was 20 inches long at birth.
Maternal grandparents are Gene
and Patti Hackett of Perry.
Paternal grandparents are David
and Marilyn Kinsey of Perry.
The new arrival's great
-grandmothers are Ethel Carlton
and Lillie Knowles.
He shares a birthday with his
:great grandfather, the late Ted
:Carlton.




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Rick Breer, guest speaker, was presented a copy of the
Garden Club cookbook, "Sawgrass and Pines," at Wednesday's
meeting where he spoke on the renovation of the old depot.
Betty Jean Culbreath was program chairman.


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Engagement and
birth announcement
forms
are available for pick up in our
office and are
'published as space is
available.
Photos and announcements
may be e-mailed to
newsdesk@perrynewspapers.com


By SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Managing editor
The old depot may never see
passenger trains again, but
Mainstreet Perry hopes it will soon
see plenty' of pedestrian traffic
once its transformation is
completed and the historical
building houses the Chamber of
Commerce, the Taylor County
Development Authority, the
Tourism Development Council as
well as Mainstreet.
Rick Olcott, Taylor County's
economic director, was guest
speaker for the first meeting of the
Perry Garden Club's 2006-07 year
Wednesday, and shared
information on the old depot's
transformation.
Bottom line? Breer hliopes 12- IS
months after receipt of final grant
monies on July 1, 2007. the old
depot will be ready to v.elcome
guests.
But he began at the beginning.
"It was in 2001 when I was
program manager for Mainstreet
that we sought out a 'signature
project." aid Breer. He. passed
along credit to Chris Olson for her
grant writing expertise, and noted
that with the leadership of Sharron
Dorman and other supporters, the
board was able to submit a grant to
the Bureau of Historic
Preservation which was ranked 23
among the 141 applicants.
However, the 2003 legislature "had
no money," said Breer, and the
slate of ranked grants was shifted
for consideration to 2004.
"In January of that year, we were
allocated $150,000, and $150,000
doesn't go nearly as far as we


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Aric and Erica Kinsey
of Tallahassee, proudly announce
the birth of their son,
Davis Cade Kinsey,
on August 3, 2006
He weighed 7'lbs., 5 oz., and was 20 inches long.


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Maternal grandparents are Gene and Patti Hackett of Perry.
Paternal grandparents are David and Marilyn Kinsey of Perry. Ethel Carlton and Lillie
Knowles, both of Perry, are Davis' great grandmothers.
Welcoming Davis into the family are his loving aunts, Shana Kinsey of Tallahassee,
Gina Hackett of Clearwater, and Jenessa Hackett of Perry.
Davis Cade shares his birthday with his great grandfather, the late Ted Carlton.


In addition, Breer said, "another
local group---not Mainstreel-- is
eyeing Old Engine No. 1 which is
presently located in Scranton, Penn.
We would love to have it on site but
first we must have permission from
the Department of the Interior,
decide how .we can physically
move it here. and we will
.'store/display it upon its arrival."

Comina

eventVs:

District Ill FIll l.leetirng.
li.;-, t. by the .-rt..-iriharchee
Garden Club, .vill te. held at r.he
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V.hir.. EIe.ph, rin. *ale (prior
r,;, rle ,. ,i.''. l -"u' Lr,. I.0 rrle.e ,ini).
--,- ~le 3.rI.
L.'iC-r.r.-, III 5prirg l.leering
i, il it Ii,:,;r d '/ rTh.r Perry' -
3rar.ir,1i ,ilul '. i:, b ell will
.ri i air r : r'ir'r l on floral
A .. d 5. k ri. -l u."ri.-J I fll flIow.


thought it would."
That money, Breer said; was
spent on a new roof for. the
building located at Jefferson 'and
Ellis streets. The funds also
ensured building stabilization',
covered the architectural fees arid
allowed for new insulation. : :"
"In December of 2005, we
applied for a $50,000 grant which h
we were awarded on July I of this
year, and this money will take care
of the windows for the building, as
well as the removal of the cinder
block building on the creek 'side
"In May of this year, we also
submitted another special cstegor,'
grant;. The maximum ) ou can
request is $350,000 and we isked
for .it. We should know this %% eek
" hetlier '.e'\e been m\arded thi-s
urnding. If "e Let n. it should
,all>. for the conipleiion of the
orilMde .and inside of the buildiri
x\ which v ill include si\ offices. a
conimnuniit v\.elcome center -a
conference roonin jad s.nall
caterin, area. .
Brecr .aii MNlainsiect i ; working
'losel\ %. ith Russell Tedder, a past
tLaiion nasiter of the depot. and
oi ncr of a 'Lubs.tantial collection
of railroad mermi-rabiilai' u which he
is donating for a smniall iru.selli
space \'. within the u welcome center:


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A-5 Perry News-Herald September 22-23, 2006




Davis honored with surprise party, truck
hb~ R Eddi A and Beth ii B o truck Kenny Jones told the crowd a
th pmFi ciXL.V. andLJXU Be4thS. Bl aok c


Chief Financial Officer for
United Welding Shelton Davis
was given a surprise birthday party
Aug. 25, where Kenny and Lila
Jones presented him with a 1954
shiny, red Chevrolet truck. .
The celebration was held at


Divine Events Restaurant in
Madison County and was attended
by over 100 friends and, family.
All guests were asked to bring.
.an .old key to the party,
representing their friendship with
Davis, who was also given a
poem in a frame, which was


written by Lila's grandmother.
The poem reads:
To enter friendship's door, I
sought a key to fit.
I tried the key to wealth, but
could not enter it.
I tried the key of fame and
pleasure's golden key,


But friend's door, forbidding,
would not unlock for me.
But when I tried one key and
gave the door a shove,
I watched it open wide--
because the key was love.'
During the event, Davis' pastor,


Employee charged with grand theft


A 17-year-old cashier at.Kmart
has been arrested and charged with
grand theft, after an eight-month
investigation revealed that she
allegedly stole and/or gave away
over $2,000 in cash and
merchandise from the store.


The Taylor County School
District is currently offering adults
the opportunity to earn their GEDs
at no cost.
According to Janice Murphy,
"'parents can earn their Florida
high school diplomas and become
better parents at the same, time.
We encourage parents to become
more interested .and involved in
their child's schooling."
Classes will be held on Monday
and Tuesday nights at: Shady
Grove Community Center from 4-
7 p.m.--Coleen Agner, instructor;
Taylor Technical Institute from 4-
7 p.m.--Lucy Wheeler, instructor;
and. Steinhatchee' School--5-8
p.m.--Juanelle Heirs, instructor.


Perry Police Department Ptl.
Wesley Cooper said he was called
to the store in reference to an
employee theft. When he arrived,
Loss Prevention Supervisor Diane
Whiddon said there was an
employee, Sabrina Alexander, in


All classes are free, along with
GED testing fees. The district will
even furnish a cap and gown for
graduation.
For more information, please.
contact Murphy at TTI at 838-
2545, ext. 278 or come by TTI.



Lynn Tyson
formerly of
Smart Style (Wal-mart)
& Regis (Valdosta)
announces her
NEW LOCATION
305 W. Green St.
(West side entrance of New
Dimensions' Health Fitness &
Tanning Center)


her office, who had just been
confronted about stealing money
and merchandise from the store.'
"Whiddon said that Alexander
had written a statement describing
the items and money which she
took and also the approximate
times in which she took them,"
Cooper said.
In the written statement,
Alexander said when she first
began .her job, she had taken gold
earrings and a necklace worth
$759. Shortly after that, she was
moved to the service desk, where
she said she took cash,
Alexander also said that several
people from the community had
come to her saying they had no
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BUDGET SUMMARY

CITY OF PERRY

FISCAL YEAR 2006-2007

THE PROPOSED OPERATING
BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE
CITY OF PERRY ARE 42.3 PERCENT
LESS THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL
OPERATING EXPENDITURES.


Millage per $1000


Ad Valorem Taxes
Utility Taxes
Local Opfion Gas Tax
Licenses & permits
Franchise Fees
Communications Service Tax
Intergovernmental Revenue
Charges for Services
Fines & Forfeitures
Miscellaneous Revenue
Other Financing Sources
Grant Revenue
TOTAL REVENUE SOURCES
Interfund Transfers In/(Out)
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES
TRANSFERS AND BALANCES


EXPENDITURES I EXPENSES
General Government
Public Safety
Physical Environment
Transportation
Culture & Recreation
Other Financing Uses
TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES
AND OTHER FINANCING USES
Reserves
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES
AND RESERVES


ENTERPRISE
FUND


725,700
363,000


162,000
4,627,000


75,700


TOTAL
BUDGET


1,044,632
725,700
363,000
78,500
410,000
270,000
162,000
5,487,608
50,000
135,400
0
o


u
2,773,440 1,088,700 4,864,700 8,726,840
1,783,922 (1,061,709) (722,213) 0
$4,557,362 $26,991 $4;142,487 $8,726,840


1,299,220 1,299,220-
2,713,817 2,713,817
3,777,250 3,777,250
498,562 498,562
365,237 365,237
45,763 5,000 50,763

$4,557,362 $5,000 $4,142,487 $8,704,849
21,991

$4,557,362 $26,991 $4,142,487 t8,726,840


THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE
ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED
TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


money, but their children needed
clothes, so she would pretend to
scan the items and bag them up
for free.
She also said she extended these
services to co-workers, friends and
family.
Alexander expressed remorse for
her actions and asked for a second
chance, saying that, "it %wouldn't
happen again. She also asked to
keep her job in the statement."


t11e i .ev. eLUUle au11 .L ,ll m .l.tvu.
performed songs for him, while
his friend, Connie Smith, also
sang many of his favorites. Bill
Brown accompanied on the
keyboard.
Honored guests at the party
included his mother, Mrs. Bell
Davis, who has recently turned 90
years old.
During the presentation of the


that Davis has "not only been a
valuable employee, but a treasured
friend."
Davis thanked the Joneses for
the truck and it was pointed
out that Billy Addison of
Greenville put a custom paint job
on the vehicle and did the body
work, while.Shayne Limoges did -
the mechanical work.


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PROPOSED


TAX INCREASE


The City of Perry
has tentatively adopted a measure to increase its
property tax levy.


Last year's property tax levy:


A. Initially proposed tax levy... .....................$ 948,543


B. Less tax reductions due to Value Adjustment Board
and other assessment changes.....................$ (1,037)


C. Actual property tax levy.................................$


949,580


This year's proposed property tax levy...........$1,044,632



All concerned citizens are invited to attend a public hearing
on the tax increase to be held on


Tuesday, September 26, 2006

6:30 p.m.

at

City Council Chambers

224 South Jefferson Street

Perry, Florida 32347


A FINAL DECISION on the proposed tax increase and the
budget will be made at this hearing.


Earn GED for free


General Fund


4.6675


.Cash Balance Brought Forward
ESTIMATED REVENUES:


Taxes:


SPECIAL
GENERAL REVENUE
FUND FUND


Millage per $1000
4.6675


1,044,632

78,500
410,000
270,000
860,608
50,000
59,700


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Keaton Beach

Fishing Report I._ '



Sheepshead status


is thriving in Florida
(Editor's note: Pat McGriff is on vacation this week. His column will
rettirn n .t week.)


A Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
stock assessment of sheepshead
indicates the fishery appears to be
healthy and abundant under its
current management. The FWC
reviewed the assessment during its
public meeting Thursday in St.
Petersburg.
.The FWC routinely collects and
analyzes data concerning key
marine fisheries species such as
sheepshead, and these data provide
vital information for development'
of management regulations.
The sheepshead assessment
found that stocks on Florida's
Atlantic and Gulf coasts are
abundant enough to replenish their
populations while maintaining
current levels of harvest. Angler
compliance with sheepshead size
and. bag limits is high, and
regulations are.controlling the
'catch effectively.
The assessment also determined
spawning potential ratio (SPR)
values for sheepshead have been


,increasing on Florida's' Atlanti
Coast and have been stable with
slight increase on the Gulf Coas
,'SPR is the 'ratio of thle tote
weight of mature fish in a fishe
population to the total weight th
would exist if the population wer
not fished.
The sheepsheadI fishery
relatively small compared to other
more-highly targeted saltwater
species in Florida, and recreation;
and commercial sheepshea
landings have decrease
significantly since the mid-1990
Most sheepshead in Florida ar
harvested by recreational fishers.
While sheepshead population
in Florida appear healthy, th
FWC x ill continue to monitorr th
fishery closely, because increase
regulations on other species could
put more fishing pressure o
sheepshead. -
A 15-fish daily bag limit fc
sheepshead applies to spo
fishermen. ,The minimum siz
limit for sheepshead is 12 inch
total: length.


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3:01 PM
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3:33 PM
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4:06 PM
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3:48 AM
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'4:42 PM
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4:08 AM
10:59 AM
5:21 PM'
10:47 PM


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A-6 Perry News-Herald September 22-23, 2006


Date Opponent Site
Aug. 24 Madison Madison
Aug. 29 Mayo Lake City Quail Heights
Aug. 31 Live Oak Perry
Sept. 7 Mayo Perry
Sept. 12 Live Oak Live Oak
Sept. 15 Country Side Perry
Sept. 18 Union County Bradford Quail Heights
Sept. 19.. Union County Lake City Quail Heights
Sept. 26 Madison Perry
Oct. 3 Country Side Meadow Brook Gainesville
Oct. 9-10 District TBA
Oct. 1Q-17 Region Gainesvile





Sturgeon causes boat wreck?


he Two Plant City residents 'were
he injured in a boating accident
'd Thursday when their vessel' struck
Id a piling of an old train trestle on
in the Suwannee River near Old
Town.
or Jesse Lee Carr, 51, and his
rt passenger, Brenda Carr, 51, who
ze suffered serious injuries, were
es taken to Shands Hospital in
Gainesville for treatment.
i- According to Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC)
investigators, the vessel was
traveling south at approximately
40 mph at 12:30 p.m. when Jesse
Lee Carr saw. a large fish (possibly
a sturgeon) jump in front of the
vessel and atic mpted to steer clear.
The fish did not strike the boat or
the Carrs:
The. vessel's bow struck the
round center concrete support
piling of a trestle bridge that spans
the Suwannee and is part of the
Nature Coast' State Trail. Upon
i impact, Brenda Carr was ejected
from the vessel while Jesse Carr"
was thrown forward to the port
side, investigators said.


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Budget Summary'
Suwannee River Water Management District
Fiscal 'Year '006-2007
General, Fund Special Revenue Funds Total All Funds |


CASH BALANCES BROUGHT'FORWARD


ESTIMATED REVENUES
(Millage per $1000)
TAXES (.4914 Mills)
Ad Valorem Taxes
Documentary Stamp'Taxes
Florida Forever.
PERMIT AND LICENSE FEES
OTHER INCOME
INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES
Local Reverues
Wetlands Grant
DEP Coastal Zone Management Grant
ERP Grant
ERP Suwannee River Partnership Grant
Delineated Areas Grant
DOT Grant
Dept. of Agriculture And Consumer Services
Water Protection & Sustainability Grant
DEP Monitoring Grant
SWIM Revenue
FEDERAL GRANTS
FEMA Grants
U.S. Fish And Wildlife Service Grant
NRCS Grants
TEA-21 Grant
MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES
Interest and General Sales
Timber Sales :
FUND TRANSFERS
TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER SOURCES
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND BALANCES


'$2,573,790r


$6,100,000
$0
$0
$0


$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0
$70,000
$0
$0
$0
$0
$0

$150,000
$0
$0
$6,320,000
$8,893,790


EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES


. Salaries And Benefits
Other Personal Services
Expenses
Operating Capital Outlay
Fixed Capital Outlay
Interagency Expenditures
TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES


Reserves


TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND RESERVES


$2,392,427
$563,438
$1,495,735
$190,500
$0
$332,500
$4,974,600


/ $3,919,190


$8,893,790


$22,590,218


$0
$5,067,954.
$19,335,000
$410,180

$750,000
$247,000
$87,500
$453,000
. $3,372,261
$40,000
$445,000
$1,716,952
$12,686,310
$0
$2,555,000
$1,714,620
$106,138
$3,012,222
$896,000
$175,000
$640,000
$0
$53,710,137
$76,300,355


$2,783,056
$23,559,479
$1,082,562
$121,315
$25,500,743
$14,590,700
$67,637,855
$8,662,500
$76,300,355


$25,164,008


$6,100,000,
$5,067,954
$19,335,000
$410,180

$750,000
$247,000
$87,500
$453,000
$3,372,261
$40,000
$445,000
$1,716,952
$12,686,310
($70,000
$2,555,000
$1,714,620
$106,138.
$3,012,222
$896,000
$325,000
$640,000
$0
$60,030,137
$85,194,145


$5,175,483
$24,1.22,917
$2,578,297
$311,815
$25,500,743
$14,923,200
$72,612,455
$12,581,690
$85,194,145


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AS A PUBLIC RECORD.


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held in Lake City.
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had a 4-man, 9-hole total of 166
to defeat Union County (175) and
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Tuesday as Taylor County fired a
'total of 168 to knock off Union


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The Suwannee River Water Management District
has tentatively adopted a measure to increase its
property tax levy.


Last year's property tax levy:


A. Initially proposed tax levy......... ............ $5,186,014


B. Less tax reductions due to Value Adjustment Board.


50,746)


and other assessment changes.....................($


C. Actual property tax levy................................ $5,236,760


This year's proposed tax levy........................$6,393,425



This tax increase is applicable to: Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,
Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee, Taylor, and-Union
counties, and portions of Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Jefferson;
Levy and Putnam counties.


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Religion



Lakeside holds 5
Need a place to call home?
Lakeside Baptist Church, which calls itself "a place to call home," will
host its 53rd Homecoming Service on Sunday, Sept. 24, with Lorace
Cothron as guest speaker. Sunday School begins at 9:45 a.m. with worship
at 11.
Revivals planned at four churches
Faith Baptist Church, located on Highway 19 North, is planning a
weekend revival for Sept. 22-24. On Friday and Saturday nights, services
begin at 7; on Sunday morning, everyone is invited to 10:30 a.m. services
and lunch which will follow. Guest speaker for this revival is Mark Weber
who will also provide special music, with fellow musicians who make up
"Mark Weber and the Marksmen." Please contact Pastor Paul Nawlin at
584-2980 for additional information.
Athena Baptist Church welcomes Dr. Ken Cloud, ev ngelist, to lead

Obituaries


Ida Bernice Bowden
Ida Bernice Bowden, 79, a
former resident of Perry, died Sept.
14, 2006, at Wellstar Paulding
Nursihg Home in Dallas, Ga.
Mrs. Bowden moved to Perry in
1987 and lived here until moving
to Dallas, Ga., in 2000. She was a
Methodjst.
Her- husband, th0 late Winston
Bowdein, preceded her in death.
Survivors include: two sons, Joe
"Geno" Bowden of Dallas, Ga.,
and Steve Bowden of Heflin, Ala..;
grandchildren, Erik and Elizabeth
Attaway of Austell, Ga., Sean and
April Camp, Steven Bowden,,
Patrick and Lavia Lecroy, all of
Dallas, Edward and Raquel
Bowden of Bowling Green, Ky.;
and a, host of nieces and nephews
also survive.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, Sept. 17, at 2 p.m. at Joe P.
Burns Funeral Home with Jon
Edmisten officiating. Interment
followed at Pisgah Cemetery.'


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In Loving Memory
of


Thomas "Tommy" Wilson, Sr.
Sept. 20, 1948 April 11, 2006
When I wake up each morning I still think you are here.
As I look around, I realize you're gone.
I look at your picture with those beautiful blue eyes
and your big smile
And I think of what a big heart you had,
and you were so full of life
You were always checking on others, and helping someone
I can still hear and see you. talking and laughing.
And then the tears start falling; just like rain.
Remembering the 36 years of loving memories
of our life together.
We were blessed those years, with our three sons,
and our three granddaughters


In loving
memory of
my husband,
You're always
in my heart.
I love and
miss you,
SMary


In loving
memory of our
Daddy and our
Papa on his
birthday.
We I':,.'e and n.ii.s
,:u so much
T.,mni,,, Jr Ke.In.
Rotbb',, Catrana
Destir, .& Tamara


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A-7 Perry News-Herald September 22-23, 2006



3rd Homecoming
revival services Sept. 24-29, with special music at each services On
Sunday, services will be6 held at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.; on weekdays,
friends are encouraged to gather at 7 p.m. Dr. Cloud is director of missions
for the Bowen Association in Bainbridge, Ga. For additional information,
please call 584-3154 or visit the website: www.AthenaBaptist.com.
Glorious Rain Church of God of Prophecy, located at 110 Maurice
Linton Rd., will continue its revival through Saturday, Sept. 23, with
services nightly at 7. Apostle L.C. Gray of Dothan, Ala.,' will be the
featured speaker. A community-wide invitation is extended.
Tennessee State Evangelist Mike Carson Jr. will be guest speaker for
revival services at Friendship Chapel Church of God in Steinhatchee
Sept. 24-27. On Sunday, everyone is invited to Sunday School from 10-
10:45 a.m. with morning worship following at.11 a.m. Then, Monday
through Wednesday, revival services will be held at 7 p.m.
Children's Home sings in Perry
The Lighthouse Children's Home of Tallahassee will be at Mt. Carmel
Baptist Church Sunday, Sept. 24, for the evening service at 6. Finger foods
and snacks will be served after the service. Pastor Billy Gipson invites the
community to attend.
Bring your family, friends
New Mt. Zion Missionary, Baptist Church will hold its annual Family &
Friends Day on Sunday, Sept. 24, at 4 p.m. Guest speaker will be the Rev.
H.J. Boone.
"-, Please see page 8


Perry First Chfiich of God
Sunday School 10:00 10:45
: .,;_: **.Worship Service 11:00-12:00
Children's Church 11:00-12:00
Sunday Night
^IB- -- Prayer Group 6:00- 6:45'
t, .. Choir Practice 6:00 6:45
a....r.. ^.^^ov :Sunday Service 7-00 8:00
Nursery provided with adult supervision 9:45-12:00
Mike Hicks, pastor Wednesday Night
Youth Group 6:00 7:30
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992 Study Group 7:00


Lakeside Baptist Church
will celebrate their



Brother Richard Wynn
guest speaker

Please come and join us.
H\\3w. East (850) 58@-5688 '"Pastor Steven Ruff
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Sunday Worship Services
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6:00 pm Evening Worship
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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.

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
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IA4SSES:
Sat. 6 p.m. Sun. 8 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 -


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Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday Evening 6:00 p.mii
Worship 10:45 a.m. Wed. Bible Class 7:00 p.m
Visitors Welcome
Church Ph: 584-6155 Oakley Slaughter: 584-4873




\6th

65th Homecoming
Sunday, Oct. 1 11:00 a.m.


Sunday, Oct. 1 Wednesday, Oct. 4
7:00 p.m.

Reve Phillip Holbrook
Special Speaker


Special Music


Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wed.


Leah Brooks
Faith Quartet
Crimson Flow
Martha Windle


Everyone is welcome to stay after the 11 a.m.
service for that wonderful homecoming meal. j


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Obituaries


(Continued from page 7)
Rebecca B. Turner
Rebecca B. Turner, 57, of Perry,
died Sept. 16, 2006, at her home.
Survivors include: four
daughters, Cotina Brown, Ruby
Morgan and Rosalyn Turner, all of
Perry, and Sheila. Scurry of
Uld,.. ti Ga. -e\en sisters. Louise
Beli!:n,. Viola Bellami. Jocephine


Burney, Cora Burney and Mary
Burney, all of Perry,. Ida Arnold
and Marie Robinson, both of
Tallahassee; three brothers, Leroy
Burney and Willie Burney, both of
Perry, and Oscar Burney of
Tallahassee; six grandchildren; and
one great grandchild.
Graveside services will be held
Saturday. Sept 23. at 11 a.m. at
Spnnghill Cemeter\ 'uth the Re'.


Jug Heads for Jesus' to perform

HOMECOMING
Continued from page 7
Branford musicians present concert
Jug Heads for Jesus. a group from Branford. \%ill be in concert at San
Pedro Bapiist Church on Saturday. Sept. 23, at 7 p.m. "If \ou hly.e old-
fashioned ospel singing, then come and enjo\ the ser ice!"
Rel'rehmnents %ill be ser\ ed, a lo% e offering \ ill be collected.
Pastor will be honored Sunday
Si Peier, Prtmr[i\e Baptist Church \\ill honor Pastoi Chester Da\is'
1lth janni\ersar\ with a special ser ice Sunda\. Sept. 24. at 3 p.m. A
1 meii a. cotrnre;gatioMn 'Aill render the ser ices. E er one is limited
Church celebrates anniversary Sunday
The Temple ot God Baptist Church u ill celebrate its anni\ersar\ on the
fourth Sunda\ of tie month. Sept. 24. at 3 p m The guest church v. ill be
MI I ili.e NMisionar, Baptist


Knight officiating..
Family members will receive
friends today, Sept. 22, from 5 until
8 p.m. at Evans/Walker Funeral
Home, which is in charge of
arrangements.


Harold Hamilton
Harold Hamilton
Harold Hamilton. 74. ,of Penrr,.
died Sept 16. 20iib.
Fle ai- born Dec IS. 1931. in
Grand Ridge to E el\ n and Charl\
Hamilton. Mr. Hamrlton and his
'ife. Ola. m,\ed to Perr\ in 1973


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from Pinellas County. He moved
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Survivors include: his daughter
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his mother Rosy Hamilton; four
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City Beach, Ruth Blair of North
Carolina, Margie Hamilton of
Grand Ridge and.Thelma Smith of
Virginia Beach, Va.: mto brothers.
the Re% Johnn. Hamilion and
Richard Hamilton, both of Grand
Ridee: t mo grandchildren. and one
great grandchild
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\\ife of 50 sears. Ola J Hamilton.
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at Perry First Assembls of God
Church. Interment %v ill foll-m% at
Pisgah Cemeter.
Family members \|Il receive
friends Sarurdal from 7 until
p.m. at Joe P Burns Funeral
Home.

Mlargaret Fuoss
Margaret Gaughan Dra\d>
Smith Fuoss, 91, of Okeechobee.
died Sept. 14, 21106.
Mrs. Fuoss \'as born Ma\ 25.
1915 in Detroit. I ch.. to William


B. and Sarah Catherine (Conner)
Haley. She was a retired school
secretary having come to
Okeechobee from Needham, Ind.,
in 1958. Mrs. Fuoss was a Catholic
and a member of St. Theresa
Catholic Church. She was also a
member of Beta Sigma Phi,
sorority.
Survivors include: her husband
of three .ears. Walter Fuos-s a son.
Tonm'n Gaughan of Steinhatchee:
i'eo daughters. PAjrcia G. Cooper,
of Okeechobee and Sarah Kai
Brennan of Albuquerque. N.M.:
three step-daughteris. Linda Shea
and Diane Harbison. both of West
Palm Beach. and Karen Smiith of
Okeechobee: eight grandchildren.
17 great grandchildren: arid one
2reat great grandchild
Family members recenied
friends Monda\. Sept. IS. from 10
until 11 a.m. at St. Theresa
Caiholic Church \"ih funeral mass
follow% ing at 11. Father Esteban
So\ officiated the ser\ ices.
Interment followed at E'erereen
Cemetery.
Memorial donations ma be
made to Hospice of Okeechobee.
P.O. Box 154I5. Okeechobee. FL
34973.


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By B.D.Williams
Antioch Missionary Baptist
Church had a spirt-filled Women's-
Day on Sunda), Sept. 17:
Attendance was very good. There,
were special singers from
Lakeland, Ft. Meade and .other.
points in Florida. They were the
children of old time residents of
Perr,. Mr. James Keys and Mrs.
Robbie Mac Keys v.bo used toq-
sin, ,.alth a group here. At the,.
close of Women's Day. they all---.
met at the old Jerkmns Bulding-
before departing for home. Dinner
% as serened at Jerkins.
While here. some of the Keys
spent time %%ith their sister. Mrs?.
Annie Lee Benson. and family.
The mania friends of the city
\'i.sh to extend their deepest'.
heartfelt sympath\ to the Burney,..
families in the loss of their loved'-_
one. a sister \ho passed away.-
recently
Let us sa. a prayer for MS:.
Lucile Lester and family whose
brother \as seriously injured last:'
\week and is no\ min a Tallabassee
hospital.


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B-1 Perry News-Herald September 22-23, 2006

Owens to speak at library a


The Friends of the Taylor
County Public Library welcome
local author Dr. Miles Owens as
special guest speaker for their'
upcoming Monday; Sept.: 25,
meeting.
Owens is the author of "Daughter
of Prophecy," a Christian fantasy
novel published by Creation House


in October 2005.
Everyone is invited to attend the
free program, which begins at 5:30
p.m.,' at the library. Refreshments
will be served.
Books will be .available for
purchase following the program.
Foi more information, please call
the library at 838-3512.


City urges: 'call before you dig'
As part of the City of Perry's gas pipeline damage prevention program,
residents are asked to "call before you dig."
According to officials, "It is the responsibility of the person or
individual in charge of the excavation to call for line locations before
excavating begins." The number for the Sunshine State One-Call of
Florida, Inc., is (800-432-4770. In case of gas pipeline emergencies, call
584-7940 (an on-call service available 24 hours a day, seven days a' week).


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. Editor's Note: A 1955 edition o
Taylor Hi-Lites, the school newspapi
for Taylor County High School, entered
our office last week, compliments
SBuddy Peacock and Melvin Parker. He,
are the highlights of this vintage editic
of the Hi-Lites:

STCHS attendance

increases
"Taylor County High School
opened Friday, Sept. 2, for 643
pupils in grades 7-11. This is a 5.2
percent increase over last year's
number, 611.'
The article in this first edition of
the 1955-56 school year continued,
: "Grades 5 and 6 have become a
part of the high school plant, under
Principal Robbins Woodell this
year. Their enrollment is 274,
bringing the enrollment in this
school to 917."
While the seventh grade carried
1 the largest number of pupils, 145,
the newspaper noted that the
sophomore class, numbering 124,
was the largest 10th grade class in
-the history of the high school.

Bulldogs lose

= grid opener
On the sports scene, the 1955
edition noted, "For the first time
since 1929, Taylor County High
School met Leon High of
Tallahassee in a football contest
only to go down in defeat by
almost the same score. The Leon
Lions defeated Perry's Bulldogs 32
to 9 Friday night; at the meeting of


ce Pea.
' Cse.vy, 'The Southe.'ern schooll As.ewni-
PBurch, blies will present progi anms for our
'sihoo i again this y.ver.
.s coum- Some of the programs enjoyed
. Quick, by our school last year were the
Reard- :0.[A Mho pil,'ed -ve\Lal musical
i-,onr. jii'tz'umrnt. ut once, tei pet show,
id i Ihi r rov i' .tia
O n, l i ,*-,~ ont. ,.' 1-s5 yeai. are
Lu ai iude li .ij'ythes. a piano
r Ll duo, on Fridey, Octbber 21 at 8:30
e" ia. m.: The- Galvanas. a Hawaiiqa
muDIsic .'l prograun. Lm T'lurnsday, ,
, heomel i Ieminber 8 at S 30 and 9-30 a. m.;
od "B"'Tl- Magician on Tuesday, Janu-
1955S5,L aiy 3 at 8 30 a m. and 9:30 a.m.;
for five wVimipy, an Fnglish clown, on T'ues-
,'la February 7 at 8 301 a m.: nhe
nt OwLn- Scoitch duo on 'lue.day, March t
tickets a i 30 and 9:30 a. in.
football. The admission will be fifteen
games. cents.
;ferabls-
r-hases -An then here were the two ink
nay use dror's who were cr-ing because
tremen- their mother was in the pen and
it onin .he-. didn't knew how longa the s;-n-
tenre would be,


tS.IU L .lel.ln t ll d..uUn Om 3Elm M p-
I'eeOtativcs wCere c-lusi-U in elect.
,onn held Ttuesday, Sept 13. They
maku up the Sludent Council Con-
gross In elections held last Spring
for Cabinet Officers, the following
wemr chosen- Felix Zeigler,.Presi-
Jietl, Bobby l-afey, Vic--President;
Jim Towi'-, Secretary; Waiyae
Khin, Treasuri-r'; ..nd Tommy Lynn
and Jimmy Slaughter, Represen-
ratives-at .lar.e.
Homeroomti tppie 'nl]i:0'e.i elect-
ed aIre as itolows-
Xi.-STLlS Arirpily. ".:.
7-B--Jimmy Slaughter.
7---Harolyn Young
7. D-Ronnie Jones.
8-A--Wimpy Wilkeg.
8 .B-Iloan Adams
8C-DaUnugie Parkcr
.A.--Marv Virginia Kuhn.
9-B-Ann l.illinot.
10-A-Martha Griffith.
10-SB-Louise Lintun.
10-C--Charlotto Strickland.
ll-A--John A. Hend!ry.
l1-B----Honnie Parker.
12-A-- Gayle- Carmichael.
12.B-- Dnloret Miller.


2.1955


'fl__ NI -I[*u
"'Welcome back to T. C. 11. S."
"Welcome to all the rew teach; VOL. 3- .' PF~RY. FLORIDA
c.s and students!" t .
At the -New bea ArW J 'd
lment I
A 71we 4nz-,q1 iL, their 1 a Cy .
.i t!ie pej ithe4 4rSbad in i h C ontini
.-rtnbly Frtay-Keep 'ft up! Eaeh Friday, during. OFpiroom
At how hard the annual staff periodtBluhorse wrap e col-
has been taSrking lect ,- ;iet.iStudent r4-
At the :Magazne campaign the cords th y t e. W A VISUAL
liliors hr o stWrted. lBet they Theaa4i&n"10Y e. N.,riEm AUDIOW V iSUAL
:.nt brejksl. las1 ir's record. is -11veli for est A
s erU19or. EQUIPMENT INSTALLED
At the boys new Pbys Ed. unl- Junior ilgb, ,a[J d h a e ir r.Tsh. EUWim I L
i"' iws. A tash prize and h alf-hoIay is --
;ruowLi at the architect for not rewarded t.tea 0cy having the The ,i.eest addition to Talyor
fiiishing the plan fnr the new highest p* a6 of rappers. b 'miuy Hgh Schools evr-growing
High Sciiihol buiirlm*. At thi 1io', school'the. Wue- Audio-VWsual Department ii a new
At Mr. Weaver's new l~asses. horps are. eopoted and packed in multi-purpose audio amplifier. This
.At Mrs. Nortnain. niir 'old" new boxes and mailed to the Mytalg ie% amplifier is made by Hanul-
teacher. C(o., to be entered in the contest. on, one of the greatest names in
At uur DCT ip-rograt. C hich ends each year on June 15. _udi, Visual manufacturing and
't Mr. Mann, rvir new Hep Cati" j Thi previt4S chnoil year the: :, r, output rating of ti'ty
i.,di director. s ..it.'l won three hi -ervs, and the ;r, .iLh minimum d'istortian.
"Hurry Back." ti .Jue 'iarbrough. biv eles wi-re sold at $35 each. The it ,is lso Euipped w, h a three-
At the Rio. Sa'.-ins on the activi. mnutey from the bicycles is thn spd mlu three-speed record
Iv ticket. pLiced in Student Council Funds speedipual, recspeed record
At our carton,, to be used for all student aetivi- playing aittael already avai-
Cheerleaders Selected,:e w wh r.p rttg f ool d 3, :..."id

ih following grls were selected stographer padr gr ah paper ', dne ,u ut t new
by a faculty co.nilte e Patricia ec., ou can fin ad one kind of thes, e f. an er ,an o cmlets tte
B Mri d .. l, Iura e n TIwe. it. remember t he next ~ couple withte
v,. Ann Tai.or.Ch S ch a ie i ....... ou bua, pn .of thea aNrti b0 '"e ih e'o t anli.- ia new fzfty-



i- nd Chani and Piricia J during ho b tuning them in
Senior Cheeri.iders were chosen ust about every kind o note Tis nt public address csyste
dte ttay,'befoxe school opened and book paRer, composition bo ok, ,ill be used in the high school
the following .irls were selected stenographer pad. graph paper, doriume the gymnasium an

~rrnnmfe, Terid*- Dal., i.aura Ellen wr.,ipls. So remember the next football field..,Uso to be used at
12 ieretto. Aren Taylor. Csanie Ilti,. you bu' on.. of the articles the football .,i-d is a new fifty-
S.alk.t,. aud Patw" Westherry. L.-au- mentioned above t',e sure to save tool rwerophone cd cns on.
*d li'on and laL.sy repeal forn the w-apper and tuni at in on Fri.
..Lar int hani' mn i'.tricia day during homroo,, period. Representatives Picked

..r n30 Southeastern Assemblies By Homerooms Here
.. 1 hv......- "'- -0.p'lt To Presnt Pro ram
.... .... ...... .... ..... Prese t Program s R.... ..... ...... ,.


ghts of the Hi-lites


of
er
,d
of
re
in


the two schools 26 years ago, Leon
won 38 to 0."
The newspaper noted that
"Buddy Whitlock's running was
the only bright spot in a dismal
game."
The roster also included: Billy
Cloys, Felix Zeigler,.David Boyce,
Jayson Holley, Richard Raulerson,
Elmer Coker, Joe Bill Hodges,
John Summers, Henry McLeod,
Tom McGlocklin, Joseph
Courtney, Wayne Kuhn, Don
Griffith, Kenneth Lee, Jerome
Freeman, Billy Murphy, Gene
Bishop, Bob Batey, Louis
Christou, John Morgan, Lynn
Howell, Johnny Wells, John
Faircloth, Roy McLeod, Ronnie
Parker, Pat Carlton, Warren Parker,
Larry Borkland,, Bill Gallagher
and Chuck Huxford.
Coach Dan McClure was
assisted by Jimmie Reardon and
Gilbert Barr.

Cheerleaders

chosen
Senior cheerleaders were chosen
the day before school opened by a
faculty committee. The squad
included Patricia Brannen, Meridy
Dail, Laura Ellen Leverette, Ann
Taylor, Chanie Walker and Patsy
Westberry.

Entertainment

for 15 cents
The following assemblies were
promoted for the coming year, all
carrying a 15-cent entry fee: The


Smythes, piano duo; The Talvanas,
a Hawaiian musical program; a
magician; a Scotch duo; and
Wimpy; an English clown.

7 new teachers

added
The faculty of TCHS included
seven new teachers: Mrs. Sue
Quick, Miss Shirley Parker, James
Reardon, Mrs. Mary Dees,
Mrs.Virginia Edgington, Jim Polk
and Dean Mann as band director.

School Boy patrol

activated

Thirty-nine boys answered the
call to duty as School Boy Patrols.
For the first semester, the
following would, serve: Jay
Powers, .captain; Mike Markey,
Ellis Bishop, Floyd Buckhalter,
Gary Szuch, Tim Thompson,
Howard Gramling, Melvin Parker,
Roy Lynn, Wayne Robinson,
Jackie Shaw and Ed Lilliott.

Who's in charge

of Hi-Lites?
Jimmy Underwood was serving
as editor, with Dolores Miller as
assistant editor. Kenneth Lee was
business manager. Sports editors
included Billy Wigglesworth,.
Gayle Carmichael and Felix
Zeigler. Reporters were Amelia
Veal, LeMerle Hart, Peggy Carlan
and Tommy Lynn.


Short takes
Newberry Johnson was
welcomed as the new custodian of
TCHS.
Sympathy was extended to the
librarian, Mrs. Virginia Edgington,
and .fellow student, Carol
Edgington, upon the death of Mrs.
Edgington's mother.
Martha Griffith was named
head majorette leading Sarah
Yarbrough, Connie. Jones,
Harriette Bunting and Marilyn
Sharer.
Key Clubbers included Jerry
Slaughter, John Hendry, Kenneth
Lee, Jason Holley, Richard
Whitfield, Charles Beach, Jimmy
Slaughter, Pat Carlton and Billy
'Cloys.

Barks and growls
Barks were good; growls were
bad. "Barks" went to the seniors
and their flashy new rings; Mr.
Weaver's new glasses; and the new
"Hep Cat" Band Director Dean
Mann.
One lone growl was reserved for
the architect who did not finish the
plans for the new high school
building. Grrrr....

.Chatterbox
Summer news chatter included
the observation that "Along toward
the end of the summer the fellows
started groaning about having to
get up and go to football practice at
6 o'clock in the morning; and how
sore they were. But look at them
now in their pads!"


A Trip to Town


A


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Up; Taylor



Taylor County High School op-
ed Friday, September 2, far W
pupils in grades 7 through 11. Thi
is a 5.2% Inerease over ist 'yea
number, 613.
Grades 5 and 6 have become a
part of the high school plisnt ud-
er Principal Robbins Woodell this
-year. Their enrollment is 2714,
bringing the enrollment in thk6'
school to 917.
The following list shows the
number of students in each grade,
12th ............. e
Ilth ........... ... ...-. .. 8
10th .
nh l ...-.. ...- ....-- ..- 1
7th .. ... 45
..25.. ...
3th -. ...-- .: 1.40
r The S inUth grade earriet the
J.ir;iei iinui&.r oi pirp '-
the Teath grade, uith.j I4, is the
largest sophomore class in Ue bilis
fory of Taylih County igh Sbeho),

Unions Sell Magaz es
For The School Your

The Junior Class elected Karen
Davis Friday morning to be their
president for the school year. John-
ny Wells will serve as Vice-Psi- i-
dent with John Arthur Hendry and
Marilyn Sharer secretary and trea-
surer respectively.
Monday morning Mr. Sandy Sei-
derson, Curtis Magoxine ropres n-
tative, organized the magazine sel-
ing campaign. The Juniors have
high marks to reach if they expect
to top the all-time record ot $1500
set by the pre.sent senior class
when ihcy were Juniors. The mno'.
ey made from the campaign is the
primary ieti~d os. Unancg th
J*unier-Senior banquel.-
'rhe Juniors vill le the eon-
cebsiun stands &- jiome football
game,. 'The? owing girls ha'.ve
voluntee:-ed to work regularly: Gay
Faircloth, Mildred Padgett, Bevl;
Leggett. Karen Davis, Frances
(rubhs, Irene FulVford, Vergle To!.
son, Peggy Lawson and Eva Jean
Grubhs.
Tbherc was an old man who trtolo
.s',iuff. who said he waa happy na-
oiugh--
For he snceLed when he pleased,
and was pleased whtn he sneezed.
Anid that is enough about anuff.


I -MOP=


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Back in the days when- it was .safe for children to
wander about on their own, I decided to take a trip to
town. The problem was, I was only two years old and
covered mostly in dirt from an afternoon of playing mud
pies.in my yard. The other problem surfaced when I was
returned home and mama applied some understanding
to my backside.
I don't know If I really remember the trip or if the story
has been told so often by the family that it seems I can
recall the late afternoon stroll down to the last detail
(mama's applied understanding). Either way, each time I
cross the Fenholloway River going toward town I am
thankful for the kind man even though I don't know his
name. The fact that he took the time to take me safely
home could mean the difference in you reading 'this
account or not.
Let me share my solo excursion with you: My Aunt
Christine was visiting the family at our place on South
Center Street when she and a friend decided to take a
-trip to town. Of course like most folks in 1946 they were
making the short trip by foot. For whatever reason, I
spotted their departure and decided to ta'g along. Being
teenagers, they failed to notice the small shadow in all its
dirty attire.
So down the Old Dixie Highway and over the wooden
bridge, across the railroad tracks I went...headed to-
town. But as most of you know, a two-year-old doesn't"
have a lot of speed so during the trip I lost sight of them.
Didn't matter to this determined toddler since I stayed
steady on my course and made it as far as the old post
office before I saw a man in uniform and it clicked in my
mind to ask for help. My parents had raised each of their
five youngsters to respect a person in uniform since it
represented authority. According to the account I walked
up to the man and proudly asked, "Are you a
policeman?"
Well, he wasn't a policeman, but he did recognize the
little girl-asking the question. He delivered Pepsi to-local.
businesses and had seen me playing in the yard'a. he"
would pass our house. After lifting me into the Pepsi
truck to carry me home, we arrived to find the family in
agonizing chaos as they imagined the worst but hoped
with all their hearts that the worst would never come.
Once mama checked me out and thanked the kind man
something must have broken in her resolve to have. me
home safe. It was then she applied the "board of
understanding" that forever curbed my desire for
wanderlust.
Since that fateful day, and as I grew older, I made trips
to town, some by foot and some by car. I recall the
kindness of folks at places like Johnson's Bakery,
Bloodworth's, The Fair Store and The Dime Store, just to
name a few. Although many of these businesses no
longer exist, I still get a thrill when I walk the sidewalks
of Perry and remember the friendly caring folks that
owned and worked in these hometown stores.
Now in our fast paced society of shopping malls and
one-stop chain stores, many children never experience
taking a quarter for a Johnny cake and a Coke as I did
when I walked to Ellison's Store on Center Street nor will
they get to wander around and look at all the objects of
interest that existed in places like Mr. Nola's store on
Highway 98 or Mr. Blanton's store in Shady Grove. And
do you remember Mr. Poppell's store? It was like a
treasure trove to a child's mind!
Don't misunderstand, I really appreciate the
convenience of the mall and chain stores, but, wow, I
miss the warm atmosphere that always made Perry such
a unique place in the eyes of a child.
Delores L. Walker can be reached at edmwalk@windstream.net





S .9 Py September 22-23,2006

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B-4 Perry News-Herald September 22-23, 2006


Small ads...big deals!!


Indoor Yard Sale Friday 3 -6 p.m. and
Saturday 8 a.m. noon. Cherry St.
(between N. Jefferson St. and W. Ash St.)
Baby bed, sofa, swivel rockerlarge chair,
shelf unit, men's and women's clothing,
and more.
9/20-9/22
Yard Sale to support local shooting sports
4-H club. Sat. Sept. 23 at the Armory
Building rain or shine 8 a.m. 2 p.m. Any
donations will be accepted Friday 22nd
between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. Call 843-3684
for any questions.
9/20-9/22
Multi-family yard sale/Bake 'Sale
'" Glenridge Subdiv. Variety of items,
bargains galore! All proceeds to benefit
Taylor Pre-K fund-raiser. 412 Glenridge
*Rd. .
9/20-9/22
Yard Sale Friday & Saturday off Foley
Cut-Off on Ward Rd. 7 a.m. till Early Birds
Welcome. Boat, fishing tackle, odds &
ends, clothing all sizes. Signs will be
posted.
9/20-9/22
Moving sale Friday only 8 a.m. 6 p.m.
rain or shine. 15812 Breeze.Dr. Leisure
Retreats. Follow signs. Something for
Everyone. 578-2452
9/20-9/22 .
8' a.m. until, Friday & Saturday,.
September 22 & 23, 607 1/2 ranger Dr.
Dishes, new building-material,'flooring,
tools, books, clothes, washer & dryer, what
nots. Rain days Sept. 29
9/22.
Friday & Saturday at 419 E, Elm St. 8 a.m.
3 p.m. Multi-Family with lots of goodies,
Refrigerator and stove for sale.
9/22

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MATTRESS: King Size Onhropei.; 3 pc.
Set,.New, unopened w/warranty. Sacrifice
$295. 850-222-2113.
,9/22GCN
If you are interested in a Phelbotomy
education or Nail extension education
Please Call Doris at 223-2749 or 672-2998
slots are filling quickly.
9/22-9/27
,;6 ,Pt BEDI ,l,',,t,' -ET;.- .Headboard;.,
frame, dresser, mirror, chest, night stand.
New in: boxes, must sell $550., 850-222-
9879
9/22GCN
Dk. green solid scfa & love seat with glass
top coffee table and end tables. 3 years
young. First $500 takes it. 584-6026
9/20-9/22MIR .
For Sale Bush hog 5 ft. squalor 60" fair
condition $150; Radial arm saw -10 in.
craftsman, excellent condition $175;
Bagger- Cub Cadet 2 bag, nearly new
$125. Call 838-2385
9/20-9/22
4 new tires & rims size 265/70/17
Goodyear wrangler A/T. $450 1 dog box
tits full size truck $75. 13" color TV $20
-,call 584-3673.
:-9/20-9/22
For Sale Baby strollers (2) playpen,
walker (new), high chair :ri.b :'1.1 Call
584-5648, 838-0681.
9/20-9/22 /
For Sale 1 organ Kimbal nice & ready to
use, great for church or home $350, 1
,organ nice and ready to use, great for
church or home $350, 1 piano. Call
Mark at South House 584-6021.
S9/15tfSH
'BED Brand New Queen Orthopedic
Pillow-Top Mattress Set. In plastic,
warranty, can deliver. $250. 850-425-8374.
9/22GCN

For Sale 1 generator came off a motor
home works great $650, used riding
lawnmower w/finish mower attached $800,
6x12 trailer old good for trash or yard
debris haul off $250. Call Mark at South
House 584-6021.
9/15tfSH
SOFA & LOVE SEAT. NEW
MICROFIBER, Stain Resistant, Lifetime
Warranty, Still in Crate, Can Deliver. Sug.
List $1250, sell $475, 850-545-7112
9/22GCN

For Sale Leftover laminate room sizes
only .50 cents a foot, leftover ceramic tiles
room sizes only .50 a foot, hardwood left
off jobs .50 cents a foot. Call Mark at
South House 584-6021.
9/15tfSH
Internet ready computer with 17" monitor,
keyboard, mouse and speakers $90. Call
584-2914

me






BINGO


Early Bird 6 p.m.
Regular 7 p.m.

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


Liohted cherry wood entertainment center
fit, up to 60 in TV. Cost $1299 sell for
$500. Oriental coffee and 2 end tables,
dark wood. C.T has ova glass center,
carved wooden designs legs and base
cost $1350 sell all three $500. Oak dinette
table/ 7 chairs $150. Queen bed &'wrought
iron 4 poster frame. $80. Call'838-3255 or
584-9455 -
9/15-9/22

Music Lessons Producer/ Guitarist now
available for guitar, bass & voice students,
Beginners welcome. Call Josh .Noland
850-584-5975
8/4-10/6


For Sale Large :arry behind car/truck grill
- cooks up to 60 quarters at a time. $400,
Used gas grill 4 in stock $45 each. Call
Mark at South House 584-6021.
9/15tfSH. _
For Sale.- Odd sofa's La-Z-boy Broyrinli
Ashiey Eedriire starting a- $20i $1.400
Loveseats odd $150 each Cal Marl' ai
South House 584-6021. ,
9/15tfSH

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


Singlewide 2 bedroom/ 1 bath for sale
$4,500. OBO 850-584-9309 or 850-843-.
3970.
9/15-9/22


House and 2 acres forsale. For more info
Scall 223-1830after6:0Gpim.*., ..
t,.' 9/22 ''' *"~'l'/-w. ',i.'.S i l > ,

For Sale Must Be Moved 1989; 2 BR/ 2 BA
14x70 MH. C. H/AC side by side ref. &
dishwasher'$8,500 OB0.
1 1/2 acres 1996 2 BR/ 2 Ba 14x70 MH C.
H/AC, large deck. $50,000.
3 acres 2002 DWMH 3 BR/ 2 BA 24x48 w/
swimming pool & two sheds all for
$129,000.
Buy all three w/4.77 acres for $165,000'.
Call 584-5832.
9/20-9/22 '
House For Sale $148,000 Cedar Island.
1352-365-1876
9/13-9/22KD

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.
I 6/30tfnJH
REDUCED 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

For Sale non-qualifing assumtion $45 fee
$3000 down/payments $371 plus $100 lot
rent must be moved by 8/,1/07 2 bed/2 bth,
16x80.Skyline. Stove, ref., washer, dryer
garden tub, walk-in shower. Really nice
home existing 'loan through Vanderbuilt
Mortgage Co. will consider renting at $600
month. 1st, last, sec deposit. $1800 move
in. Prefer to sell. Call 584-9455
9/15-9/27


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 w da.ed' r.adi. Owner fira-
available. Plea..e iail (386) 6E5. 346 ,:r
0 E F
. 3 BR/2 Ba Rajch Home on 2.56 acres at
58j L Roben's Arn3n Rd. New laminate
wood and tile flooring throughout, updated
kitchen and appliances. $199,000 Easy to
show! Call 223-1402 or 672-0990.
8/30tfnSP

.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 I1 Page Rd off of
Woods Creek Rd.j. 130 000 838. 392',
9/1-9/27
Annual membership in saddle club, Taylor
County. 350 acres, 25 miles of trails Call
850-672-0012.
9/15-9/22
Beautiful New .Homes of Merit 2 bed/, 2
bath DWMH on 1.3 fenced acres. Includes
many extras $78,900. Call 838-9035,
9/20tfPC '" ',-. ;'" -- t.^-.
House for Sale by owner 2 BR/ 1 Bri larq,-
kit, LR needs some.work. $15,000 OBO
Call 672-1613
.9/20-10/13 .
2 .lots for sale corner of Washington &
Dixie Hwy. suitable for mobiles or houte.
223-2627 or 838-0851.
9/20-9/29 C-


Downtown Hair Salon for rent,. f24a pr
month, per room. All utilities include Hleat/
Air, Hot water, electric. Call Select Group
Realty 850-584-4401
,9/22tfSGR

30' Camper on wooded lot 1 person3bply
Fully furnished'& all utilities paid, $1i05/
week plus $100 deposit. 850-584-4551i..
9/22-9/29
Fo Rent Hwy. 221, SI-ad,' Ir.-.
bodroom new, full .:'air :h ,Er
kitchenette, furnished or urhiurr,,ri-.d
AC/Heat included, access I den arij ,d
porch. $550 per month, '1,eg.oible 850-
843-4590 or 850-223-3630. '
9/15-9/22 .

2 BR/1: Ba, Mobile Home total electric
central H/A $385 per month, plus $250
deposit. Application and reference required
.some restrictions apply. 584-3889.
9/20tfRB
For Rent Nice 2 bed/ 1 bath duplex
downtown location in great neighborhood.
Clean & quiet. No children or pets. $425
month 1st, last and security deposit. Call
223-1578.
9/20


FOR SALE



Parts & Service Calls

Refrigerators & Stoves -- $100 & up
Location: 1708 S. Byron Butler Pkwy., Suite C
(next door to The Book Mart)
. 584-4969 or 843-0356 (cell) Mon.- Sat. 10:00-5:30


RNs or LPNs


Weekend Treatment Nurse

Sue Love, Director of Nursing



MarshallHealt h & eha enter
850-5846334 207 Mashali bive e err, L 3234


HOM S A I FRRN


For Rent: Triplewide mobile orne. 3.2
ready for move in!
For Sale: Triplewide 3/2 central ;air,
stainless steel appliances on one acre
fenced; Single wide 3/2, central :air,
appliances on one acre fenced;
Doublewide 3/2, central air, appliances,
pool, shop, immaculatel Many more -
financing available to qualified buyers.'
Big Bend Properties, Inc.
Jerry W. Cawthon, Broker: .
850-578-2898
www.bbpfl.com
9/15-10/6


For Rent 3 bed/1.5 bath brick house Call
584-9121 for more details
9/20-9/22
For Rent or Sale 2. BR/2 Bath SW, city
water, P.E. Electric, references required.
First, last and deposit. Contract private
party agreement. Lipscomb Citcle. 584-
4516

Mobile Home sites for lease. City water,
P>E. Elec. Lipscomb Circle 584-4516
,20"- 0. i1 3.

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. TDDffTY 71-1. 315 Puckett
Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
8/9tfSV
Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and 'trash:
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401.
6/21tfnSGR

WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!
1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD voujher- :-,nsidre.
SEqual Opportunity irl" ,: h,:,ijr. ar .p 800.
5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call 50.8.5668, 709
W. Church St., Perry, FL 323:43 TDD 711.
tfWA
Commercial Building For Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's:
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
7/12tfnSGR
Large, one bedroom apartment. $450 per
month.. Available 10/01, No pets, no
children, 1st. and last month ;rii Pilea.e
call 584-8275 evenings for appointment,'
9/8-9/20
2 ACRES JODY MORGAN NICELY WOODED
READY TO RENT. Bring your Mobile Home
or R.V., few lots available.' PUBLIc BOAT
RAMP & KEATON BEACH very close!
Flexible terms. Call Anytime! 305-632-
- 5822 or 305-866-0460.
8/23-9/29
3 PR.') 1P h HC.ij e h,:,jtTh : n-ir, :,R-,
S 2 ,:acre Cenrral H/i A: all ele.:ln.: ..7(.i
with deposit. No pets. 578-2240.
9/13-9/22


Please fax your resume to:
(904) 339-9430


I ,


For further information you may call:
Terry Phillips (904) 535-4114


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
Yard Sale We buy...call us! Collectibles
Set-up I -142l 56-7Mr Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Thr, Furniture


SCome one...
come all!

PERRY ELKS



Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
S 305'Pucketfft Road-


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Join the Management Team at Sonic
Drive-In, and success could come quickly

Sonic Drive-In Restaurant will boon be opening in Perry, FL.
Starting salary is negotiable based on experience. The average
manager salary for our group in this area was $57,000 in 2005.


As a manager, you will receive:

A base salary plus monthly bonuses

A comprehensive medical benefits program

An extensive "hands-on" training program.:

A fun and friendly atmosphere


Do you have energy, enthusiasm, and a track record of sales
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Administrative Assistant position
available at professional training center in
Monticello. Must have excellent written,
verbal, organizational, computer and
people skills. Responsible for general
office coordination and management,
including clerical and bookkeeping. Must
beable to work independently, exercise
good judgement, and be multitask and
detail oriented. For detailed job description
please contact gale@greenindustries.org.
Salary based on education and
experience. Application is available on
website at www.nfcc.edu. Send application
and resume to NFCC Human Resources,
325 NW Turner Davis Drive, Madison,
Florida 32340, Application packet requires
letter, resume and application. Application
deadline 9/29/06. EOE '
9/15-9/27NFCC
APALACHEE CENTER
A Behi a.: i:l Health Care Center is
rur -nil,,eS i-r,4ing
MASTER'S LEVEL THERAPIST #2267
, mlriiiTiumrri il a ,laserl C degree with 3
major in counseling, social, work,
psychology, nursing, rehabilitation,
special education, health education, or a
related Human services field and two
years of professional experience in
providing services to persons with:
behavioral illness. Substance' abuse
knowledge preferred, some local travel,
ADULT CASE MANAGERS |P.iion, ;

Madison and Taylor Counties)
A Bachelors Degree from ah accredited
university or college e .with a major in
counseling, social work, psychology,
criminal justice, nursing, rehabilitation,
special education, health education, or a
related human.services field. (a related
,human services field isone in which major
::ur:e ..c.r in': ludi.-; the study of human
behavior and development) and have a
minimum of one year, of full time or
equivalent experience working with adults
experiencing serious ,T.rnia1i iih s,. or a.
bachelor's j':iee fr:m an :,: edited
university or :.11l-ge anid three years full'
time or equivalent experience working .with
adults experiencing serious mental
illness.
For more information and a complete
listing of available positions:
.www.apalacheecenter.org.
Human Resources
2634-J Capital :irle r iE,
Tallahassee, FL
Pre 1-11., IruL ~,:r.e .- ,F.^ L- ,i ,lryjuri,:J
che.:!. n Equ ,l ,ii .,ipp.. jru l ti ri- ,r ialie
Action Employer, Drug-Free Workplace,
9/20-9/22APC

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


Vak'e big bucks with lusl $1. See how at
wwvw cralfyt:..on com
9/20-10,'13

J&J EQUIPMENT OF PERRY is seeking
dependable constrUcition workers. Clean
Florida Driving Recprd and drug testing
required. Fax -esume'i0ob history to 850-
584-7566.. .
S9/13-9/29 ':

Advent Christiah Village
Current JOBS'"hi~tAdvertisement
Call 655627 or visit www.acvillaae.net
24 hrs/day, 7,ays/week
CNA / LPN Got i:a Passion for
Compassion? Direct cre state in long-term
Scare seeing FT an PT positions/ various
snhifi avaiarble Florida.ceriticalion (CNAI
,r iCensse (LPNI required Experience .
ds-ired but nor required
FT posiinc'ri include health dentl lite'
disabih'v supplemental insurance 403b
ehiremen i accO:unl paid iimrre oh access
L1to :risit, davC:ae arid lioness lacililies
Apply in person a) Per sonal Ortice
Monday Ihr,.uQh Friday iromn 9 00 a m until
4 00 p n .r" la resumne-credern3ls to
(386) 658.5 .10 '.EOEt Drug-Free
Workplace/ CrLimirinal".': ground checks
required.
9/20-9/29
Help Wanted Hair 'Svisi or Barber and.
" Nail Tech. Call A Hajr.thop 352-498-2782
in Steinhatchee
9,21)r '1) 3PFK

Parts Counter Sales Representative
Perry, Florida L-cai John Deere
Construction and Fm.:reierv Equipment
Dealership has an imipediate opening for a
parT .-,runiter RFpresCenlaIi.-e Self-
motiv ~.t i.l rnjr.,iduial wiln CuSlorm.?r service
,ili.. will be responsible for processing
orders for telephone and walk-in
customers, shipping, receiving and
warehousing parts. Pre.,ioui.: au or heavy
equipment parts nd/or mechanical
e..p,'nirne pr,-lerr.ed. C'npul ii s illS and
i.ri it1i .operaiiion ,equired' We onier a drug
tree wvOrk en .ir.:lnrimrnri p com 'petiv pay
r e..e,, llyI hreaith and denial ti.r.etits
401 1'l HFieiremenl and Proli Sharinq Plan
Appli.:aioi. 3i acepled a i 3033 High*y 27
Ea.'. in F'rr ,.,r' Email reSume I,:
-irmanager,.i'i'llrihio'ldirgs cm
r : i 21or 0I


Heavy Equipment Mechanic i Welder'
:.ai Jhrin rDere Dieale'i rhp i: ,ooi i1n In..r
an p i'pri.e d :,'hi-n. an I:, ,I iaqro e.
ep.F ir ai d :pr .,,id :- er, er.al n -3 ri 'er, ani .:'
S :jr, ruCiioni 'i] iorers irv equ pmnierin Will
3alSO ,e" re.-p.'ai ,ble lor weldrg and
fabrication. Mu: have lull a0nge of tools,
be customer .-.erjcCe onienied, and require
little supervisi:, r We.N oer a dug free work.,
environment, c'oirppii l.-e p3v excellent
health and drniil be,-, i ; 401(k)
Retirement and Pr,:.hil aring Plan.
Applications accepted at 3033 Highway 27
il in P,-rrv or Ermail resume to:
S -rmanraqeri l .'llirhn Id.iriiE ,.-'Crr.
9/20-10/6

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B-5 Perry News-Herald September 22-23, 2006


z At the Booking Desk


Help Wanted Badcock Home Furniture &-.
More. Warehouse Delivery person. Good
license must be 21. Apply in person.
8/16tfBC

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 tfWO ,

Experienced HVAC/R service technicians
with a minimum of 5. yrs experience.
starting wages $14-16/ir Call 850-584-
3626 ,
8/23tfnAR

Experienced convenience store manager
needed. Call Ware Oil a46584-6666 or fax
resume to 584-6339. Ware Oil is an equal
opportunity employer.* of drug free
workplaces.
7/7tfnWO


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1996 2 WD Ford truck &cyl. engine, 4 spd
w/ O.D., AC, AM/FM/CDi'one owner, great
condition. 160K miles l-3900 Call 584-
9288.
9/20-9/22
'97 Tahoe 113k miles Flowmasters, slight
lift &-wheels. Leather, )'M ready loaded..
$8,500 850-510-3847.
9/13tfBGCB
For sale: 2005 25HP Nissan (bought new.
in March), manual start, $1,600: Call 838-
1522 after 5 p.m.

1988 Ford CDown Victoria 66v maroon,
very clean, perfeCt i leader almost new
'tires,.belts, hc.iesi b~1 Muil see, 3 minor
dents, 223-2935. First $1500
9/22-9/29
1994 Ford Escort 4 dr. 5. spd. AM-FM/AC.
$1,200. Call 584-9640
9/22-9/29





NEED CA:H,
GO-T Ji.iuri'')
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUCK?
I BUY SCRAP METALS!!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
7/28-1/03
Free pickup of junk cars/ trucks, farm
equipment and abandoned or unwanted
vehicles..Top cash oil ail that run. Call
386-344-3930.
7/14-10/4
Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. Wanted Isuzu and Toyota
trucks for export. 386-688-3999.
9/22S


For sale: 1992 14' Lancer with 2005 25HP
Nissan, manual start, 'galvanized trailer,
$2,800. Call 838-1522 after 5 p.m.
tf

33' 1997 fifth-wheel with super slide. In
excellent condition. Inn Brooks by
Gulfstream..229-263-2455 or 229-263-7378
ask for Jason (Steinhatchee)
9/22-9/29 -


Free to a GOOD home beautiful, sweet &"
loving male cat will pay to neuter 578-
2211:
9/15-9/22




Elder Gare will care for your Elderly loved
one Bedridden or Ambulatory. Have exp.
in tLoir- C all susan Swain. 223-3173 If no
3r,-': -r pie-se leave message.
9/22-9/29

J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates, We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
S--I .D

Palm Trees Done Professionally! 20 year
experience, stump grinding, tree trimming
Licened & Insured, Call John at 850-672-
0290


*9/ltf


- MOM & Po P
LAWN S E-RV'ICES
(850)843-7579


LLC, Jeff Wilson Tile installation, Tile
repair, re-grout, concrete coating. Call 838-'
5929
5/5tfnJW

' A- 2- Z Farm and Lawn Services
Harrowing, bush hog mowing, dirt leveling,
rake work and complete lawn services.
Tree trimming/ removal, dump truck
services. Call 584-6737.
4/12tfn

Wholesale Transmissions used & rebuilt. I
also buy old transmissions for Cores. 850-
S813-2904, or 850-584-3193,
3/EtfnRS
MURRAY SERVICES
Lawn Care
Licensed and Bonded
Commercial & Residential,
mowing, weed eating, shrubbery care,
; ; flower beds!
FREE ESTIMATES!!!
(Homre) 850-584-8420
(Cell) 850-371-0530
918-(1/4
Brenda & Teena's House Cleaning & Lawn
Mowing. Residential & Business: For.
- Free Estimate call 850-223-2477.
8/2-9/22.
CARPET & VINYL
Installation and repairs done at a good.
price, No overhead. Direct savings to you,
30 years experience. 850-838-9050.
Please leave message.
.01/04tfnBR

The Handyman experts LLC, honest work!,
Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting,
irlle'id 'ec.-, mobtl4 home repa ts home
maintenance pressure washing wood and
cncrele) carpet, vinyl, wood Iioor, C ?rarnc
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
584-3776 (office). 25 years.
0JM


STUMP GRINDING
AND
PRESSURE WASHING.
Free Estimates!!!
Call Billy Blue at
838-1307 or 672-0955
3/1 OtfnBB
- 'Will mow pastures and other acreage and
lots. Tractor & bushhog or lawn mower.
.,RSeasonable prices, good work call-Gary
Gamble 584-7373
9/20-9/22

A+ Blanco Home Cleaning Service, (850)
'672.1298, Letty Blanco, Licensed &
Insured.
9/20-9/29


I, Glenda Padgett Wells, will not be
responsible for any debts other than my
own effective September 20, 2006.
9/20, 9/27


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CASE NO 2006-271-CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF EARL E. CLAGUE,
Deceased
Notice To Creditors
The administration of the estate of Earl E.
Clague,. deceased, File Number 06-271-
CP pending in the Circuit Court for Taylor
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Post Office Box 620,
Perry, FL 32348. The name and address
of the personal representative's attorney
are set forth below,
All creditcir of einir de,; edernt and other
persons .'a.-.g c lam; .:,r demands
.Oagainst the decedent's estate; including
unmatuiea conir,.7ern ,:i unliquidated
claims, or. .r,.:.-n .p,; of this notice Is
served must file their claims with this
court within the later of three months
after the date of the irr:r cD icuoi.ar,:ar o..
this notice or thirty aar n;er ire cate or
service of a copy of this notice on
them.
All other creditors of the decedent anid
persons having claim: ., .aemora,:.'
against the decedent's rtaore .r..:ilujing
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, most file their r,. .*. ir, iis court
within three months ohe., irre doareof the
first publication of this notice.
The date of first publication of this notice
to Creditors Is September 15, 2006.
Personal Representative: :
Jennifer C. Paulk ..
2102 Hidalgo Lane
29 Palms, CA 92277
Attorney for Personal.Representative:
/s/ Angela M: Ball .
Attorney at Law .
615.N. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32347 .
FL BAR 0796557
(850) 584-8960
FAX (850) 584-7907 ,
ball ..'.,,',r,.:.rmaoi cc.rn
9/15, 9/22 .

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TAYLOR,
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 06-435-CA
Lasalle Bank National ,:.::.,..,-,. As
trusteefor certificate holders of 'Bear
Stearns Asset Backed Securities.I. LLC
Asset Backed C.sifi;,:,-i-.: .e;e 200- 1 2
Plaintiff,
vs.
Nonie Jones, if living, and if dead, the"
unknown spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors,
t ,r u1u: .r ":].' .,,- r .1 .nj e .:l. i -,,.o r. ao n
iri i, :.f. ir ,,-,,j ... -, -. -, ,3 3 ,,'
J,:., ie : oI *, -i,, .l-.r .-iie .h. 'rc : tr, C llizeri;
Bank of Perry; John Doe and Jane Doe
as unknown tenants in possession
Defendant(s).
Notice of Foreclosure Sale
Notice is here.:,, ,ai.er, cu.ij r,r i o 0 a
Summary Final Jjugr, er,r .:i r-:.e.i ur
dated Septembr, i, :i', iea e" ir,
Civil Case No. ,.J ,.- n ,.4 ire -.,:uri
Court C.r ir,w itr,, ,3 .ha.j.,3 ,:,i'.:jrl nr, Oad
for Tayl, .:.-.,-r Ie,,' Fi..l I .i.ll ;ell
to the '-l i 3. 3 .e.1 2 i co er o., r.a:n
at the west .j-::.., ire i, io,ior County
located at. i'.) ii joeror. Street In,
Perry, Florida, at 11-:00 AM on the 16th
day of November, 2006, the following.
described property as set 'forth In said
''Jj, i", '.3,', ir,,t .lu .3 T, e6,',i I ,"it
Ir, ,- ...:..j r, li-. [ r *i ir 1- -,11-...1.. 60 iee l
c.f E..i P ,..f S1/2 of NE i,J tre ',
1 iJ '.t- r.ecin.ri 35. T4S, R7E, containing
2.02 acres M/L.
Less and, except onh easement across
the East 20 feet of the above described
property for Road Right-Of-Way
purposes.
Together with a 1988 Mobile Vin#
GAFLJ54A00115LP and GAFLJ54B00115LP
Any person claiming on Interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date of
the lis pendens, must file a claim within:
60 days after the sale..
Dated this 14 day of September, 2006.
Annie M. Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
9/22, 9/29


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Small Ads...


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Classifieds work! Give it a try...584-5513


5.0, 4x4, automatic, excellent FOR SALE
condition, very well maintained, 1989 Bronco XLT
excellent interior, cold A/C, tilt. ...... .
. cruise, power windows & locks, tow .'- .*-4 -
package, new metallic blue paint., --
new 12.50x15 AT tires on 12" MT ,.,,,^ ._
aluminum rims (only 400 miles on ,--. -
these), tinted windows, 112,000 l.
original miles.
MUST SEE! $5,000ooo o
584-6678, 584-8563 or 1-352-356-0268



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"Ui^Fune Of 3' 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.


WANT TO BUY

Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold -Silver Dollars
Pocket Watches Diamonds
Postcards Sports Memorabilia
Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys

MarkS- -. ( 8 1s, *,* I**** II


DRYWALL

Hanging

Finishing

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Editor's note: It is the policy of this
newspaper to run the names of all
those- arrested and booked at the
Taylor County Jail. All those listed
below have been charged with a
crime, but are considered innocent
until proven guilty.
Aug. 26:
Willie Frank Bowles, 34, 809
West Church -Street, domestic
battery, Ptl.. Cooper, PPD.
James L.. Bell, 28, 2495 Mary
Esther Lane, battery (domestic
violence), Dep. Hayden, TCSO.
Leann Nicole Soroka. 19, 119
Agner Acres, battery (domestic
violence), Dep. Hayden, TCSO,
Debra Parker,. 43, 3100 N.
James Smith Road, VOP for DUI,,
Sgt. Cruse, PPD.
Charles Wesley Neel. 34, 206
High Sireet, grand theft, dealing in
stolen property, Dep;
Gulbrandsen, TCSO.
Tangela M. Wright, 34, 3300
James D. Smith Road, possession
of cocaine within 1,000 feet of a
.. church, possession of drug
paraphernalia, Pil. Kelly, PPD.
.. Nathaniel Williams, 42. 1519
Campbell Street, obstruction
by a disguised person, warrant,
Ptl. Gorby, PPD..
Derrick'Craig Howard. 19, 4051
Hwy. 98 West, possession of
alcohol by a minor, possession of
less than 20 grams cannabis, Ptl.
Curry, PPD.
Ricardo Sanchez, 18, 3086
Arendale Street, Memphis, Tenn.,
DWLS, Sgt. Cruse, PPD.
Aug. 27:
Sean Christopher Shine. 23,
805 West Spring, Street,
possession of cannabis within
1,000 feet of a church, Ptl.
Cooper, PPD
Shannon Strickland, 19, 2615
Strickland Road, possession of
alcohol by a. minor, Ptl. Curry,
PPD.
Allen J, Griffin, 26, 239 1/2
Fronft Street, DWLS with
knowledge, Ptl. Cooper, PPD.
STony Glen Cameron, 39, 1703
South Ridgewood, Daytona,
burglary, violation of a protection
injunction, Dep. Hayden, TCSO.
Bennie Charles Poole, 56, 1113
Green Street, possession of
cocaine, Pt. Shaw, PPD.
Aug. 28:
Tracy Oliver Ward, 36, 725
Delaware Street, Tallahassee, writ
of bodily, attachment, Dep.'
Hershberger. TCSO, ,
Laquinton Jerod Dobson, 23,
157 SE Bennett Street, Madison,
VOP. for DWLS, Dep.
Hershberger, TCSO.
John Ardis Simmons, 41, 1701
Crowder Road, Tallahassee, VOP
for DWLS/R, Dep. Hershberger,
TCSO.
Jamie Lynn 'Baumgardner, 19,
4969 Jones Baumgardner Lane,
domestic battery, VOP for
domestic battery, Ptl. Gray, PPD.


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Miller Street, Orange Park, child
support. Dep. Hershberger,
TCSO.
Aug. 29:
Zachary Jerome .Braboy, 43,
2502 Holton Street, Tallahassee,-
VOP for DWLS, Dep. Hawkins,
TCSO.
Derek Wayne Simmons, 21,
- Leon Ward Road, FTA for
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Aug. 30:
Shalonda Abercrombie, 26, 102
Stephens Street, DWLS with
knowledge (third offense), Ptl.
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Quail Street, FTA for DWLS/R,
improper tag, Dep. Lilliott,
TCSO.
Helen Lockridge. 52, 1876
Ellison Gamble Road, passing
worthless checks, Dep Davis.
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South Street, Chipley, VQP for
assault in Washington County,
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Sara L. Stephens, 60, P. 0.
Box 2061, warrant for passing
worthless checks, Dep. Hawkins,
TCSO.
John E. Anderson, 21, Warner.
Avenue, warrant for escape, Ptl.
Gorby, PPD.
Sheila Ridgeway, 40, no
address, aggravated battery, Ptl.
Franklin, PPD.
Henry Edward Clayton, 26,
Tidewater Apartments, VOP for
sale of cocaine, Sgt. Franklin,
PPD.
-Charles Dustin Green, 19, 1618
Mosley Hall, Madison, burglary,
grand theft, Dep, Burford, TCSO.
Georgia Michelle Keen, 31,
'Tennille RV Park, grand theft,
Dep. Davis, TCSO.
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Michael Joseph Bailey, 45, 129
West Walnut Street, sale of
cocaine, Det. Anderson. PPD,
Jimmy Gear, 30, 2397 Golf
Course Road. DWLS/R with
knowledge, giving false name to
law enforcement officer, Ptl,
Cooper, PPD.
Sim E. Woods, 57, 606 Granger
Drive, FTA for aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon. Dep.
Luindy, TCSO,
Michael Keith Strickland,. 19,
1815 Osteen Road, driving while
license suspended, Dep. 'Davis,
TCSO. '
Reva Shavon Lewis, 21, 673
Martin Luther King Drive, no
valid drivers license, Ptl, Cooper,
PPD.
Lacynthia. Miami Holmes, 43,
603 Bacon Street, sale of cocaine,
Det. Anderson, PPD.
Warren Justin Hall, 33, 1133
Melvin Page Road, VOP for
molestation of a child under 12
years old, escape, Dep. McKenzie,
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Barbara Harris, 48, 700 West
Summer .Street, VOP for---,
possession ,of a firearm and
possession of cocaine, Ptl. Gorby,
PPD.
I ..Nathan Lee King, 23, P. 0.
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: Jonathan Ryan Bowden, 20, 203 |
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Antonio L. Fitchett, 25, 500
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Aaron Joel Mendelson, 27,
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Kevin Blair, 33, 130 Walter
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Shahid Denard Maxwell, 27,
315 Goldwire Road, Quincy, no
valid drivers license, reckless
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Elizabeth Marie Faircloth, 33,
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paraphernalia, introduction of
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Willie A. Williams, 20, 905
Veterans Drive, possession of
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possession of MDMA (Ecstacy),.-
possession of less than 20 grams
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