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Place of Publication: Perry Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 2006
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B4flait


2006


Tree Capift ofi.the S i


ews


0orumn

What are
the tastes &
trends for


FALL

4all clean-up ideas share space
J.gardening tips and a perfect-
7rfootball turkey recipe. Please
page B-1 to 3

ROTC hosts BBQ
S inner Saturday
.JROTC will host a BBO chicken
mer fund-raiser Saturday, Sept.
1-at Kmart, from 10 a.m. to 3 p m.,
ll proceeds will be used to fund
expenses related to the 2006-07
competitionn season

1. Senator sends
representativess
: here today
i,.S. Senator Mel Martinez has-
ounced that community office.
in North Florida will be held
1lor County today Friday).
e representatives will meet
residents al the Taylor County
iurthouse Annex (old post office
ex) from 1-2 p.m.







That's
S.entertainment...
'.Today's edition spotlights a new
e which, we hope, entertains you
OStaff Writer Mark Viola, an amateur
latre critic in his own right, gives
Ny6"J an objective review (but, of
.iOurse) of.movies, old and new, while
Shaping you informed of
entertainment options in our
iate region. Further, you can
t Jffivolved with your own feedback.
I'lease see page B-4 arnd let us
wniertain you.

"Meet and greet"
reception starts
at 9 Saturday
.A- time change has been
announced for the Taylor
democratic c Committee "meel and
.Jreet" reception planned Saturday
't Hampton Inn.
r,.The reception for candidates
6x Sink and Walter "Skip"
1- pbell will star at 9 a.m. Sink is
running tor the office of Chief
^Financial Officer and Campbell is a
candidate e for attorney general


Index
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Low 60
,' Hilgh 82

Saturday
LOiu' 52
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Some 300 years of history are represented'in the long lives -of (ett to ih) r ii &.
Smith, who is 99: Ella Mae Jones, who is 100; and Gertrude Ba'skm in 'v I"
.










By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI ears old and having her.mothiber put 'her bhY: .
Staff writer brother. P.A., in her ans anl pvi gf the'da.' ..'
Gertrude Manning Baskin, Ella Mae Jones and "The train didn't make it iac sth- .night a .,
Susie Lee Brown Smith are three grand matriarchs remember I had to walk the floor- wth him all.,
bound b\ common threads of faith, family. friends tught," Smith said..That as-iD 1912- '.'
and longevity. She married in the ,ebrly 1910. (".It Vqs in9 ,&1
Baskin is the elder of the group having reached or'32") and had one child, ,
100 on Aug. 29. Jones is a close second, turning Smith recalls having to "walk from 6ne side. f
100l Sept. 6 and Smith is the Noungest of the three Perry to the other" to attend school. "There were
t 99. Shc %ill be 100 on Nov. 17. no cars in Perry at the time. Y-u had towj l if ) ,, ,
F Phe -three gathered MNlahdy foran dlfternoon of "-v--enr ailyvrloe;"-slh-ard. iatdpa it d
enuniscing and remembering, sharing soies of piece of something car." :-
memories that stretch back to the early 1900s She attended Florida- A&M.Unierfsit.y,-'drivig'
Smith. a retired teacher, natural takes the lead. to Tallahassee to attend. pight classes. She passed
"I taught for 31 sears and I've been retired for 31 on her love of education lo her 4ijces and
years," she declared. nephews. not only encouraging, them to attend
Her husband. Homer J. Smith, was principal at college, but also assisting them to do so.
JerkBis High School and has a street named in his Smith lives on her own, and drives to. church .'.
Smith said her earliest memory is being six Please.se pagde 5 t ''. ,.



For local business



Utility tax exemptions?
and f Iogta x h aridi teery'1 0 t't\Asma,'U. .
Bak steedro h _T~,hvn ece rY_)adhdoecid ": ."''', ."


The Taylor County Commission
is considering adopting an
ordinance which would allow
eligible businesses in Taylor
County to apply for exemptions
from state sales tax on utilities.
According to Taylor County
Economic Developer Rick Breer,
by passing an ordinance allowing
fixed location businesses within
the Taylor County Enterprise Zone
(not located within the City of
"Perry) to be exempt from current
and future municipal taxes on
electrical service, those businesses
would then be eligible for the state
exemptions.
"Taylor County does not
presently levy municipal taxes on
electrical service, nor is there any
discussion or intention to do so in
the near future that I am aware of,"
Breer said.


"Based on these facts, it appears
that by adopting the attached
ordinance, the commission can
potentially extend a benefit to
those businesses located within the
Taylor County' Enterprise Zone,
but not located within the city
limits. The benefit to eligible
businesses would be either a 50
percent or 100 percent exemption
from state sales tax on utilities, and
the cost to the commission would
be zero," he added.
The state tax exemption is
limited to municipalities that have
passed an ordinance to reduce the
municipal utility tax by at least
50% to eligible enterprise zone
businesses.
Although Taylor County does
not currently impose such a tax,
Breer said by passing the
ordinance they would still be


3 dealers busted


by drug task force

The Taylor County Drug Task Force (DTF) recently conducted a street
level crack buy/bust operation, which ended in the arrest of three.
Perry Police Department Det. Mike Anderson and Taylor County
Sheriffs Office Inv. Dewayne Bratcher met with a confidential informant,
who was searched, given money and monitored with a video camera and
listening device.
The informant drove to Wilder and Bacon streets and made contact with
an unidentified black male in a gold Honda car. The informant asked to
buy crack and the black male in the car called to Johnny "Duck" Mathis,
who walked over the black male (in the Honda) and got the crack from
him. Mathis then gave the crack to the informant and took the money and
gave it to the unidentified drug dealer.
The next day, the DTF made contact with two informants who were
wired for sound and had video cameras installed. They, also, were given
buy money and went to the corner of Wilder and Bacon streets to effect the
buy/bust sting, I ,' ;; '' ,'.,
; ,,+ "Please ee pag, .
i I !


eligible.
In a letter sent to Taylor County,
Enterprise Zone Coordinator Clay
Olson, Florida Department of
Revenue Senior Tax Specialist
Charles J. Dunning said, "The
legislature's intention appears to be
to induce businesses to locate in
** Please see page 5


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Like many homeowners in the
State of Florida, Doctors'
Mciiri]i.il- H-ospit.il (DMHi has'
been struck with sharp rises in its
hurricane insurance coverage.
In a letter sent from DMH CEO
Rick Brown to County
Administrator Buddy Humphries,
Brown said, "I wanted to make you
aware of the dramatic change the
hospital has experienced in
obtaining property insurance as it
relates to hurricane coverage
(wind and flood).
"Last year, the hospital had $22
million in coverage for potential
damages from fire, hurricanes, etc.
The policy had a $50,000
deductible for this coverage and an
annual premium of $44,000.
"This year we have $22 million
coverage for fire," Brown said.
"However, for 'named' storms
(hurricanes or tropical storms) we
were only able to afford to
purchase $5 million of coverage.
This coverage has a $250,000
deductible. The annual premium
for this coverage was $112,000...a
255% increase in premiums from
last year for less coverage. We
were quoted an additional $5
million coverage (on top of the


base $5 million) for an additional
$75,000, but we could not afford to
purchase it.
"I do not believe. we are in
violation of the lease we have with
the county as it pertains to
insurance coverage, but wanted to
bring to your attention this
enormous change in availability of
coverage and costs,"' Brown
said.
When the issue was presented
by Humphries to the Taylor
County Commission at its meeting
last week, the board expressed
concern over the hospital holding
only $5 million in coverage when
the building in listed on property
tax rolls for, $14 million.
Brown said the hospital was
built to 2001 hurricane codes to
withstand a Category 3 storm.
The commission decided by
consensus to contact the bond
council 'overseeing the bond with
which the, construction of the
hospital was financed to see if this-
is in violation of their contract.
When asked Thursday, Brown
s4id he had been in contact with
the hospital's insurance agent to
see if any additional insurance
quotes were available.


Mercer leaves legacy



of indomitable, spirit


Filled with an indomitable spirit
that belied her petite stature, Myra
Chauncey Mercer accumulated a
wealth of memories in her 99 years
of living.
Golfing at Hampton Springs,
attending Florida State College for
Women, teaching at both Foley
High and Taylor County High and
serving as a civilian propeller
instructor during World War 1I.
Her thirst for learning never
satisfied, Mercer was a voracious
reader and continued to challenge
herself whenever possible, taking
art lessons and computer courses at
an age when many of her
contemporaries were long past the
stage of discovery.
Mercer died Wednesday, leaving
a legacy of independent living that
never faltered.
In her mid-90s, she railed at the
government for taking away her
driver's license. However, she
continued to*be on the go and was
a fixtt Le' at Taylor Senior Center
I hcd jhs atlls'o't nITianstily [iala ..s


reunions, attending at the
invitation of former students.
"She always attended our
reunions. She taught me English in
the 11th grade and typing. She had
an inquiring mind and always had
things to talk about, usually more


Myra M~ercer


than the average chit-chat," Class
of 1943 alumnus Ray Evans said.
In all, Mercer taught-school here..m
for 10 years. At the height of World
War II she was "drafted" as a
civilian instructor for the Air
Force, teaching aircraft propeller
operation and maintenance at
Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi,
Miss.
After the war, she continued
teaching the same lessons, but her
students changed.
"We taught Chinese pilots
airplane mechanics through an
interpreter," she recalled in an Z
2002 interview.
Later, she worked for the IRS,
retiring in 1976 and moving back
to Perry in 1986.
Her memories remained as sharp
as ever, and she served as an
informal consultant for the current
Hampton Springs restoration
.project, visiting the site and
pointing out the 'lay of the land"
for the old historic resort.
-: Please see page 3


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39



New reef for



Taylor coast

The coast of Taylor County has long been regarded as providing some
of the best fishing around, but according to Taylor County Marine Agent
Justin Sapp, it may just be getting better.
"The Taylor County Artificial Reef Program has just been awarded
$74,000 from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
(FWC) to build another artificial reef off the coasts of Taylor, Dixie and
Wakulla counties," Sapp said.
When seeking the grant, Sapp and other, members of theArtificial Reef
Committee approached the boards of county commissioners from Dixie
and Wakulla counties and asked them to come aboard in asking FWC for
the money.
"Because this is such a huge project, we figured that if we had three
governmental entities that we could possibly get three times the money,"
said Sapp. "We were right.
"This is by far the most money we've ever received. One thing that most
people don't realize is that according to John Dodrill, Natural Sciences
Manager with FWC, for every dollar spent on artificial reefs in the Florida
panhandle, the conservative, overall economic benefit of the artificial reef
system over its average functioning life span is $138," Sapp added. That
is a 13,800 percent return on the investment."
The new. reef will be located at the southern end of Taylor County,
extending across Dixie and to the edge of Wakulla County.
,,-* Please see page 5



Premiums soar;



DMH reduces



its coverage


Week w -era



~ Est. 1889


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Looking


Back


A-2 Perry News Herald September 29-30, 2006


Main Street Perry
Perry's bustling Main Street is captured in this circa 1910 photo, discovered at the Florida State Archives. Several of the
buildings shown remain today and house: (from the left) O'Quinn-Wilson Pharmacy, the old Masonic Lodge (minus two
stories), the Taylor County Historical Society and Genesis Health Club.:: .


[A. g


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD

September 30, 1971

FOUR MORE PAGEANT
ENTRIES PRESENTED
Four. additional beauties signed
tp foi the Florida Forest Festival
Pageant
They were:
- --Brenda Cook, an 18-year-old
c Taylor County High School senior,
*and daughter. of Mr. and Mrs.
David Cook of Perry, was to
perform a gymnastics routine on
the trampoline. She was sponsored
: in the pageant by the Perry Rotary
Club.
---Wendy Lonbom, 17 and a
: senior majorette at Tayloi County
'High School, would perform a
twirling act with a flaming baton,
accompanied by an original
musical composition by Dickie
Smith of Perry. She was the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Lonbom and was sponsored by the
Perry Business and Professional
SWomen's Club.
--A dramatic reading entitled,
' "The Creation," from Johnson's
: book, "God's Trombones," was to
"be presented by Toni Woods, 17-
year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Woods of Perry. She was a


nce at the past I


freshman at the. University of. Morgan in a candlelight ceremony
Florida and was sponsored by the in New Home Baptist Church. The
Perry Elks Lodge. Rev. E. L. Mixon, pastor of First
--Randi Redmon,' 17; a emor-t .-. Baptisr-.Church:- officiated at ihe
Taylor County High School was impressive double-ring ceremony.
slated to sing, "It's Too Late," by The bride was the daughter of
Carole King, as her talent skit in Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Cook and
the pageant. She is the daughter of Mrs. Louise Morgan was the
Mr. and Mrs. John Redmon mother of the bridegroom.
and was sponsored by the Taylor
County Rough Riders ENGAGEMENTS TOLD
Association. Anderson-Whiddon


DEANS LIST INCLUDES
THREE FROM PERRY-'
Linda 0. Garrett, Dale A.,
Lawson and Linda F. Louque, all
from Perry, were among 800
students who earned places on the
Dean's List at Florida State
University.
A student must have a record of
all A/s and B's in order to make the
quarterly honor roll.

WEDDING BELLS .
:Morgan-Wilson
Shiloh Baptist Church of Boyd
was the setting for a wedding
which united JoAnn Morgan and
Davis Wilsoni.
The Rev. U. D. Jones of
Tallahassee performed, 'the
impressive candlelight ceremony.
Cook-Morgan
Miss Doris Yvonne Cook
became the bride of Gary, Vernon


' Perr lSeptember 29-30, 2006

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Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Anderson
of Perry announced the
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Mary Frances, to Lawton
E. Whiddon.
Miss Anderson was a 1969
graduate of Taylor County High
School and was employed by
'Green's Fuel.
Mr. Whiddon was the son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Whiddon of Perry.
He was a 1969 graduate of Taylor
County High School and attended
North Florida Junior College.
Pettitt-Gilpin
Mr. and Mrs. Neville W. Pettitt
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Betty Ann, to Art


Edward Gilpin.
Miss Pettitt was a 1970 graduate
of Ta\lor County High., School.
attending North Florida Junior
College in Madison.
Mr. Gilpin.was the son of Mrs.
Sam Mills of Perry and Mr. L. E.
Gilpin of Starke. He was employed
by Buckeye Cellulose Corporation,

PERRY NATIVE COMPLETES
30 YEARS ARMY SERVICE
Sgt. Idolph Sealey, having
attained. the rank of Master
Sergeant, retired after completing
30 years in the-Army.
He was a native of Taylor
County, the son of the late Charlie
and Levona Sealey and married to
the former Ethel Potter of Atlanta,
Ga.
Sgt. Sealey completed his 30
years of service with a perfect
conduct record and was never the
subject of any disciplinary report
of any kind. Nor was he ever
absent from duty without proper
authority during his entire, term of
service.


"You adn you alone, have knofle ge

that should be vasseO on to


your children an gran3chitren.


You owe it to them to write it own."

Perry Newspapers challenges you...start writing it down!
Share your historical recollections and old photos with the A
community. Contact our offices at 123 South Jefferson
Street or e-mail newsdesk@perrynewspapers.com.
imn i'll1


Men, like nails, lose their usefulness
when they lose direction and begin to bend.
--Walter Savage Landor

The purpose of life is a life of purpose.
--Robert Byrne

Great minds have purposes, others have wishes.
--Washington Irving

If you want children to keep their feet on the ground,
put some responsibility on their shoulders.
--Abigail Van Buren


Responsibility: A detachable burden easily shifted to the
shoulders of Gpd, Fate, Fortune, Luck or one's neighbor.
In the days of astrology it was customary to unload it upon
a star.
--Ambrose Bierce


f


Responsibility's like a string we can only see the middle of.
Both ends are out of sight.
-'"-William McFee

The willingness to accept responsibility for one's
own life is the source from which self-respect springs.
S,.. --Joan Didion

Most of us can read the writing on the wall;
we just assume it's addressed to someone else.
.. '" ---Ivern Ball

We need to restore the full meaning of that old word,
duty. It is the other side of rights.
--Pearl Buck

People demand freedom of speech as a compensation
for the freedom of thought which
they seldom use.
;-Soren Kierkegaard


..-- r-..


quotable q'u'otes


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ta .lk


By DELORES L.WALKER

The Old Red |

Devil & chicken IV



Adventures shared are the best kind and especially
when you can poke fun at anotherr person knowing they
will laugh along with you.
If you remember my younger sister Leta Dale, you will
be able to see the picture in your mind's eye with me as
I tell you about the day mama's old red rooster decided
to run a foot race with her. Some of you may remember
her as the self-assured career lady of recent years so-it
may be just a little bit harder for you to visualize the,
terrified little girl on that hot summer day.
Whenever I remember this,day I always feel a',:sensei. of
guilt for not protecting Ihr inore since I am the older
sister by six years.
Like most families in Taylor County, mama kept
chickens. They provided fresh eggs and Sunday fried
chicken. It was not unusual for mama's chickens to
wander the yard by day although she had a chicken coop
for them to roost on during the night. Our cousins and
us played right along ,with the chickens sometime
pretending they were part of the extended family.: We
would give them names,_-offer them part of our jelly
' sandwich and even invite-them into 6ur play house that
we had constructed out of leftover pieces of lumber that
daddy couldn't use. It wasthe perfect setup...until mama
brought the old red rooster home. He was the meanest
old bully of a chicken, always chasing the hens and just
stirring up trouble at our little homestead. No longer
would the lady chickens come to visit and share lunch
with us since they were constantly on the run from the
old devil rooster.
Not understanding that mama hoped to improve her
chicken production by bringing the handsome Rhode
Island Red rooster to -our,:house, we thought mama had
done us 'a real injustice when our playtime was put in
jeopardy.
Oh well, such is life, so we learned to .play in spite of
lctheoaedr.devil rbut wiithna watchful eye knoQygmg that.he ,-
didn't like' little kids and-would try to sneak up-on us ,to
sink his deadly spurs into our legs.
Much to our horror ,that's just what happened on that
fateful day that my littlesister wandered from the safety
of the other children and the old bully spotted her. Right
in the middle of our- sweeping the dirt floor with dog
fennel brooms we heard piercing screams that echoed
from her terrified little body as she circled the house.
Finally we realized she was saying, "open the door" as she
passed the front door and then the back door as she,
made her way around ard around the house.
We stood with our feet glued to the dirt as we saw the
red rooster in full pursuit of our precious little sister. He
was all puffed up with his brownish red and green,
feathers blowing in the wind, spurs raised, as he closed
the space between them. -
I don't recall how many times Leta circled the house
before mama came to her rescue. What I do recall is the
deadly -gleam in mama's eye as she caught that old
rooster with the force of angered motherhood protecting
its young. Mama made swift work of eradicating the
enemy when she caught ,him by the neck and gave a
twist. The enemy lay at her feet. She calmly walked
toward her brood, gathered us close and announced,
"we'll have chicken and dfiwplings for supper. tonight."
I As much as Leta and I loved the taste of chicken and
dumplings, we just couldn't eat a single bite. Just the
thought-of having that old de\il in our stomachs seemed
to curb our hunger.
But, the next day was celebration day as we proudly
reclaimed our play yard like conquering heroes and once
again invited the hens to come visit.
I sincerely hope you are enjoying these stories as much as I
enjoy writing them for you. Some of you have emailed to say as
much and I truly appreciate it. I received an e-mail from Velma T.
Hingson, a former classmate (Class of '62). She suggested a
"gathering" for us girls many of whom I have not seen since I left
Perry in 1960. Thanks Velma for including me and I hope to see
you all soon. I have numerous- memories of you all during our
school days'as well as memories of some special teachers that I
will write about at a later date.
Delores L. Walker can be reached at edmnwalc@windstream.net






A-3 Perry News-Herald September 29-30, 200K


'Pink elephant house


party'slated Saturday

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

Funeral services will

be held at First Baptist


MERCER
Continued from page 1
In recent years, she lent her
support to Veterans Memorial
Park, donating funds in memory of


former students killed in World
War II.
Funeral services for Mercer will
be held Saturday, Sept. 20, at
First Baptist Chprch, starting at 11
a.m.


Comp plan n
changes on
Nov. 6 agenda
In Wednesday's Taco Times, it
was incorrectly reported that the'
Taylor County Commission will
hold public hearings on five
proposed comprehensive plan -
amendments Oct. 17. Those public
hearing are instead for a series of
land development code changes.
The commission is expected to
vote at its meeting next week to set :
the comp plan hearings for Nov. 6. :

Downtown
Partnership to
meet Tuesday
. The Downtown Partnership will
meet Tuesday, Oct. 3, at 6 p.m. in ,
the Chamber of Commerce.
Members are urged to attend as a
number of topics including Florida
Forest Festival events and the
Christmas Open House will
discussed. '


The Perry Woman's Club showered Myra Mercer, center,, with good wishes on the eve of her
99th birthday in February.

On drug dealers



Information sought


DEALERS
Continued from page 1


While there, they bought crack
from Michael Bailey and
Lacynthia "Miami" Holmes. They
also bought from .another
unidentified black male, whose
street name is "Trick."
A take down team assembled,
which consisted of TCSO Dep.
Harper Gibson, Dep. Lynn
Gilbreath, Cpt. Richard Johnson,
Dep. Timmy Murphy, Dep. Jay
Ricketson, Perry Police
Department Ptl. Gene Franklin,
Ptl. Gina Deeson, Ptl. Lindsey
Shaw, Ptl. David Gorby and Det.
Cla Parker.
The informants were sent again
to the same location where they
again purchased crack from
Holmes and Bailey.
I The take down team moved in
and arrested Holmes. Bailey fled
on foot, but was caught and also
arrested. Bailey was searched and


a bag of crack was found on him.
Both were charged with possession
and sale of cocaine. .
Later, Mathis was picked up at
his home, where he was arrested
and charged with possession of
cocaine and principal to sale of
cocaine.
Anderson arid Bratcher is asking
for help in identifying the two drug
dealers who are yet to be
identified.
"Trick" is described as being
middle aged and has gold teeth. He
sometimes, deals at a house at the
comer of Woodard and Church
streets.
The other black male looks to be
in his 20s and drives a newer
model gold Honda. The car has a
spoiler on the back and a Honda
tag on the front.
Anyone Awith iinformationl ,on,
these or any other drug dealers is
asked to call PPD at 584-5121 or
dispatch at 584-2429. All callers
may remain anonymous.


"No community is going to
absolutely stop all their drug
problems, and Perry is no
exception," said Bratcher. "And
while these may not seem like
huge busts, chipping away at the
smaller dealers is definitely part of
lessening the problem."
Anderson agreed.
"Taking down the smaller
dealers, many times, helps lead us
to the big boys," he said. "So once
again, to all of you drug dealers out
there--smile when you sell your
drugs, because you'll never know
when we are watching."
"And speak up loud,"., added
Bratcher. "Because you'll never
know when we are listening--and
if we are, you're going down."
Anderson thanked the whole
take down team, saying, "once
again,. thlrolcli .1t nulti-agency)
operation, etert hing went fine
and according to plans. They are a
great group of law enforcement
officers who do a great job."


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A-4 Perry News-Herald September 29-30, 2006


Mock goes to Washington


Laura Mock traveled to Washington, D.C., this week for the dedication
of the National Garden Club's butterfly garden.
"This is the culmination of 10 years' of hard work and planning," said
Mock. "I'm delighted to be among 50 garden club members gathering for
the dedication."
Mock was recently honored with a Life Membership in the National


Garden Club, the only local club member to hold that distinction. Former
member, the late Jenny Lou Schrenk, held a Life Membership in the
Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc.
While in the nation's capital city, Mock is planning visits to Mt. Vernon,
the Smithsonian, the Kennedy City of the Performing Arts and Ford
Theatre.


New Arrivals


Laura Mock was honored with a Life Membership int the
:National Garden Club during convention ceremonies in
:-Orlando this May.

Reunions


Landyn Rylee Hendry


Tanner Reese Nix
I- A '-.,nnr \ x f (Mp rv.) NMiy f P tr r f- the birth of their


Fi p Kane and Dustie (McKory) Hendry of Perry announce the birth ofntheir JiIeremy anc Daralyni cIVIJory)J I y uI erry announce .......u
King Fam ily plans reunion for daughter, Landyn Rylee, on Sept. 8, 2006, at.6:41 a.m. in Tallahassee daughter, Tanner Reese, on Septfi.14,'-2006, at 12:42 a.m. in T ah
Memorial Women's Pavilion. She weighed 7 pounds and was 19.75 inches Memorial Women's Pavilion.
t t hri ilin Tl new arrival weighed 7 pounds, .12 ounces, and measured 20.5
O ct..14 at Shriner's BuiIdi Maternal grandparents are Diana McRory of Perry and the late Bryan, inches. --
:The King Family Reunion will be held at the Shriers' Building off McRoy. maternal grandparents are Griff and Faye Hendry, also of Perry. Maternal grandparents *-ie-Dian 0McRory of Perry and the late Bryan
ST:Highway 19 anh Street on Swill be held saturday, Oct. 14. Family members Builand The baby's great grandparents are Sam and Marie Jordan of San Angelo, McRory. Paternal grandparents are Glenn and Cheryl Nix of Perry.
friendsghway 19 are n sh Street on Satround 12 noon with lunch scheduled rs and1 p.m Texas, and Herschel and Betty Lou Hendry of Perry. The baby's great grandparents are Sam and Marie Jordan of San Angelo,
Everyone is qsked to bring a covered dish, drink and pictures--d"o Landyn Rylee was welcomed by a brother, Canyon Lee Gray, who is 4.. Texas, and Early B. and Lois Nix of Perry.
Everyone is csked to bring a covered dish, drink and pictures-t a :
anything else they'd like to share." Plates, forks and napkins will be '
provided. For more information, please call Susan at (850) 223-2435 or h r
(850) 584-9451. O U --1I
Levingston Ros Lashley and .
Ly An orientation-class focusing on the Jack L. McLean Jr. Park come to the class to learn: information, pleasecall One
Sf m ilith O t adoption, foster care and god Community Center, located at 700 1. The requirements for Church, One Child at (850) 414-
W ood fa ilies to gather O ct 7 parenting is being offered in Paul Russell Road. adopting and fostering children. 5620 or toll-free at 1-888-283-
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relatives are encouraged to attend and to bring a covered dish to share. a 3. About the kinds of fer an
Cups, plates and ice will be furnished; lunch will be shared at noon. For adoptive homes needed.
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Did man go to the moon? 'Yes. No. Maybe.'


100 STRONG
Continued from page 1
every Sunday. She prescribes to
the "early to bed, early to rise"
adage, "going to bed after Jeopardy
and having breakfast over and
done by 7 a.m."
And her breakfast. of choice?
"Grits and eggs, just like you."
Jones also lives on her own, and
has called Perry home since
1938.
Her earliest memories are of
working on her daddy's farm in
Georgia. She was the oldest of five
girls aid had charge of them. She
left home at an early age and '
worked many years "cooking and
.washing for white folks."


Commissioners
will hold hearing

EXEMPTIONS
Continued from page 1
enterprise zones, and it would,
not intend to deny these
opportunities to the few
municipalities who do not
charge a public service tax."
At the commission's meeting
last week, Commissioner Pat
Patterson made a motion to
advertise the ordinance for
public hearing. Commissioner
Malcolm Page seconded and
the measure passed
unanimously.


While she and her husband,
*Honest Jones, never had children,
they raised two nieces and a
nephew.
Jones never learned to drive,
saying that "when I took the
notion, the car was just too big for
: me."
Her father drove an mule and
wagon, and also had an ox.
"My daddy raised the ox, but
bought. the mule," she said.
Her husband worked at Burton-
Swartz, and she took in washing
and ironing.
"It \%as all hand-washed in
washtubs with a washboard. I
remember toting water from the
pump," Jones said.
These days, "when I get up, I sit
down and look for (family friend)
Alyce (Watkins)."
Jones said she takes 'satisfaction
from having, "a good life and


REEF
Continued from page 1
Deployment of the modules
- which will make up the reef is
expected to begin in nine or 10
Months, according to Sapp.
"There's still a lot of planning
iiand paperwork to do," he
said.


plenty good to eat."
For Baskin, the memories take
her back to Athena, and living
behind a turpentine still that her
father operated.
She was one of nine children and
she'herself had nine children.
In those days, "you didn't have to
worry about finding a job--a job
was already there when you got-
there...you were in the field or in
the tub. You just had to fit it."
In 1926, Baskin ran away from
home to get married. She and the
late Rev. Charles Baskin Jr. were
married on Christmas Day in
1926.
He was a longtime pastor at New
Brooklyn M.B. Church.
Today, she; lives at Marshall
Health Care & Rehabilitative
Center and remembers "when this
was just a field."
She recalls the first time she saw


"Currently, we are in the final
stage of 'the reef design with the
University of Florida, before, a bid
proposal is submitted and the
process begins to build the new
reef.
"We're also working to get the
Buckeye Reef re-permitted so we
can expand it, build it up and make
it better," Sapp added.


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I would like to announce that as of October 2, 2006
I will no longer be practicing medicine in Perry, Florida.
I will be accepting a position out of the area.

I would like to thank Dr Diane A. Schlick, Sharon Schlick and their office
for their support and professionalism. Also, I would like to thank all of the
'pattents'for thetr support -'w ,lr;,-, n,. -, ,.- ... '--. -

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Baskin remains fiercely
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nights until 11 p.m.
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quick to add, "if I got started
(talking), I don't know when I'd
stop."
Zeroing in on just one significant
event of the past hundred years--
man's trip to the moon--each


woman declares a different view of
that historic event.
Baskin is sure they didn't-make
it. "That's what they said, but I
don't think they got there."
Smith is solid in her belief:
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Jones remains neutral in her:'
opinion, "They went up in the .air.
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Keaton Beach

Fishing Report


Bulldogs host Madison tonight


Nothing much offshore


Cooler weather



helps trout bite


By PAT McGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Trout fishing has been picking
up since the water temps first
dropped last week.
I guess the tr6ut must "setup
shop" in their new digs as they
move around trying to find the
bait when the water temps cool
off.

This was evidenced by Peggy
and Richard Romine of Lake City,
.down for the entire week, who
fished Friday and Saturday and
didn't have five keepers between
them for the two days...then
Sunday had their limit in less than
three hours. Then Monday and
Tuesday limited out on trout and
reds! The Romines fished grubs
both under Cajuns and bouncing
'the bottom in. 5.5 to 6.5 feet of
water the last three days.
My .charter Saturday, Rex.


Williamson, of Valdosta, Ga., his
son Clint, and his dad, J.D.
Willimas6n, had six trout, three
Spanish and two reds fishing in 6
feet of water with live pinfish
under Cajuns.
Monday, I had Jim Sorrells and
Charlie Cowart, of South Carolina
and Arlington, Ga., respectively,
and they got their limit of trout,
two Spanish, two Black Sea Bass
and a four pound Blue, while
fishing live pinfish under Cajun
Thunders with a 40-inch leader and
Assassin Shrimp Cocktails in
Orange Glow and Chandeleur Isle.
We fished 5.5 to 6.5 feet of water
on the rising tide.
Last week, Jack Minchey of
Keaton with Earl Bevins of
Greensboro, Ga., had seven trout
and one red from seven feet of
water.
Still no. reports-from offshore...


The Taylor County High
football team will host perennial
powerhouse .Madison tonight
(Friday) in the district 2-2A opener
for both schools.
Bulldog Coach Price Harris said
his team will have to execute
extremely well to slow down the
fifth-ranked Cowboy offense.
"They run the wing-T 'to.
perfection. They are very fast and
they have small, quick
runningbacks," he said.


Madison (3-2) is, off to one of
its worse starts in recent memory
with its latest loss coming to,
fourth-ranked 5A Daytona Beach
Mainland last week.
Following last week's defeat,
Madison. Coach Frankie Carroll
said some team "would 'have to'
pay" for his team's.loss.
Carroll's team .made the
Bulldogs pay last season as they.
posted a 63-20 victory, including a
touchdown on the game's final


play instead of letting the clock
run out.
Harris, who played prep football
in Madison, shrugged off Carroll's
decision last year.
"Their offense is out to score
points. I get along fine with
Coach Carroll when we're not
playing against them," he said.
The Bulldogs (1-3) are coming
off their first win of the season, a
34-8 drumming of Vernon.
Harris said quarterback Marquis


Ellis, who missed the Bulldogs'
last two games with a knee injury,
is expected back this Friday.
Greg Sneed, who leads the
'Dogs in receptions this season,
has been subbing at quarterback
and may continue to see some
action there in some situations,
the coach said.
Kickoff. for tonight's game at
Dorsett Stadium is set for 7:30
p.m.
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STCHS QB Greg Sneed (5) runs in heavy traffic during action last week



Karate tournament here Saturday -
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The. Fourth Annual Tora No
'Maki Challenge karate tournament
will be held tomorrow (Saturday),
beginning at 9 a.m. and running
to 3.30 p.m. at Forest Capital
Hal P.
Event Director Sensei Jimmy
Bowden said more than 150
participants will compete in the
tournament in three divisions. Age


groups wv ill range from four to 63
years old.
Competitors in the event, which
has doubled this year, will come
from Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Cape
Coral, Tampa, Plantation, Ocala,
Gainesville and Perry.
"This is a great thing for Perry,"
said Bowden. "This is going to be
one of the biggest karate


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the Year. Pinner is bringing 22
members of his team to the
tournament.
Bowden is especially excited
about his teacher, Sensei Shihan
Koji Sugimoto, who is sending
his two sons, Gehn and Kenji
Sugimoto, both black belts to the
tournament. The two will compete
in the advanced adult division.
"This is going to be a great
event," said Bowden. "I invite the
community to come and watch
some of their hometown kids and
young adults competing against
some of the best there is. It's
going to be a great learning
experience for our team."
Bowden will field 45 students
from Perry, who will participate
in the event. Admission is $5 for
non competitors and non workers,
Concessions will be available
including food, drinks and many
snacks.


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Shown above are seven of the eight karate students who
Sense Jimmy Bowden took to the 2006 AAU Karate
championships in Miami. The group brought home 50
medals, including 20 gold, as they competed in state,
regional and national divisions. Shown above is, from left,
Sean Padgett, Gail Crawford, Daniel Lester, Lynesey Jones,
Wade Parker, .Jay Padgett and Jerry Meeks. Caleb Reaves is
not shown. These students and others will participate in
Saturday's tournament.


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Missions Rally planned Monday


Dr. Sullivan speaks at Pleasant Grove
Taylor Baptist Association is having a Missions Rally on Monday, Oct.
2, at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Eridu.
Dinner will be served at 5:45 p.m. and the rally will get underway at 7.
Dr. John Sullivan, executive director of the Florida Baptist Convention,
will be the speaker. All men and ladies are invited. A nursery will be
provided.
Sirmans invites all to Saturday auction
Sirmans Baptist Church will hold a building fundraiser Saturday, Sept.
30, with a silent auction from 4-6 p.m. A gospel sing, will follow at 6:30
p.m.
Sirmans Church is located about 17 miles/north of Perry in Sirmans on
221 North. Turn left on 1st Federal and follow the signs.
Hamburgers, hot dogs, chips and soft drinks will be available.
Missionary Baptist Churches gather next week
The 140th Annual Session of the First Bethlehem Missionary Baptist

Obituaries


Myra Chauncey Mercer
Myra Chauncey Mercer, 99, a
resident of Perry, died Sept. 27,
2006, at Doctors' Memorial
Hospital.
A native of Mayo, Mrs. Mercer's
family .moved to Perry when she
was six months old. After
graduation 'from Taylor County
High School, she enrolled in the
Florida State College for Women
in Tallahassee, graduating in 1929.
She taught at Foley School from
1929-1930 and then taught English
and math at Taylor County High
from 1930-1943. She. taught
maintenance and operation of
propellers as a civilian for the U.S.
Air Force at Keesler AFB in
Biloxi, Miss., during World War II.
She worked as a taxpayer service
specialist for IRS in Miami for 25
years, retiring in 1976, and
returned to live in Perry in 1986.
She was an honorary member of
the Perry Woman's Club, and also
held membership in the Perry
Garden Club, Taylor County Art
Guild and the Taylor Countx
Historical Society. She was a
member of First Baptist Church in
Perry.
-Sur \ ivor_ include: a niece.
SBiarbarj Finch Colenian of Pernr:
nephew, Jerry Finch of LaMarque,
Texas; two grandnieces, Cathi
Johnson and Andrea Turk; and
numerous other nieces and
nephews. Her sister, Theta
Chauncey Martin, and a
grandniece, Christina Coleman
Frances, preceded her in death.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Sept. 30, at 11 a.m. in the
First Baptist Church of Perry, with
Glenn Baker officiating. Interment



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will follow at Woodlawn
Cemetery. .
Family members will receive
friends today, Sept. 29, at Joe P.
Burns Funeral Home from 6 until 8
p.m.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to: Habitat for
Horses, P.O. Box 213, Hitchcock,
Texas 77563.
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
Jack Wray
Jack Wray, a resident of Per!r,
died Sepi. 27, 2006, in Gainesville.
Funeral services will be held
today, Sept..29, at 5 p.m. at Joe P.
Burns Funeral Home Chapel.
Interment will follow at Pineview
Memorial Gardens.
Family members will receive
friends today at 4 p.m. at the
funeral home.
Burns Funeral Home is in charge
of arrangements.


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- St. Johns Christian
Fellowship


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


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


Nu' serv and Childrefn's MAnl r Pr.niided
located at the intersection of Puckett Rd. and Golf Course Rd )
Mark McElfresh, pastor 584-7251 )


CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2959 Golf Course Rd,

Sunday Worship Services
9:30 nam S ndan Scrhnnl


10:45 am Morning Worship
6:00 pm Evening Worship
8:00 pm Adult Choir Practice


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


Calvary Baptist Youth meet each Monday Night 6:00 pm.
All area youth are invited.
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Association, Inc., -x ill convene with the Memorial Missionary Baptist
Church (780 Second Street) in Monticello Oct. 2 7.
Moderator James B. Duval is the host pastor. The Women's Auxiliary to
the Association will convene at the Greater Fellowship Missionary Baptist
Church (690 Cypress Street), Monticello (Rev. Melvin Roberts, pastor).
"Please come out and join in with us during this week of Bible
study/teaching and worship," said Duval who can be reached at (850) 878-
9613 for further information.
First Bethlehem District includes churches in Madison, Suwannee,
Taylor, Jefferson, Gadsden, Leon and Wakulla.counties.
Steinhatchee invites everyone for fish, music
The community is invited to Steinhatchee United Methodist Church on
Saturday, Sept. 30, for a fish fry and bluegrass music. Gospel music will
be presented by Southland Quartet.
Steinhatchee Methodist is located on CR 358 across from Caseys Cove.
Please join us for fellowship and.fun. A free will offering will be taken.
Southside holds 76th Homecoming-
Southside Baptist Church will hold its 76th Homecoming on Sunday,
Oct. 1, beginning with Sunday School at 9:45. Worship follows at 11 a.m.
with the Rev. Harold Reams presenting the day's message. Lunch will then
be shared in the fellowship hall. The Rev. Gary French, pastor, invites
everyone to attend.
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06 Homecoming
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The public is cordially invited to attend.
Service & Singing at 10:45 a.m.
followed by Dinner on the Grounds

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CCD & Adulc Education Classes
Sunday 9:00 a.m.
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.Rev. Slade Crawford, Pastor


REWARD

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"The wages of sin is death, But the gift of
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For more information please contact
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Sunday Services
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship


Wednesday Services
6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Mission Activities
Hwy. 27 584-5688
Steven Ruff, pastor


Happy 5ih
Birthday
Kayla Grace
Padgett
(Walkie-Talkie)
Oct. 2, 2006
We love you very
much! ,
Mama, Daddy
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Nursery provided with adult supervision 9:45-12:00 Sunday Sei vi(t 7. 8:00
Mike Hicks, pastor Wednesday Night
Youth Group 6:00 -:3
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7q92 Study Group 7:00
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NFCC fact book now available


Did you know that North Florida
Community College (NFCC)
provided more than $200,000 in
free college tuition to local high
school students last year? It's a fact
in the new NFCC 2006 Fact Book.
Everything you ever wanted to
,now about enrollment, degrees
awarded, distance learning, dual
enrollment, financial aid and
finances at NFCC is now available
-n the 2006 Fact Book published
by the college.
NFCC's Office of Institutional
Research, under the direction of
Dr.. Jessica B. Webb and the
assistance of specialist Carolyn
Thigpen, compiled current and


historic data related to college
operations and student enrollment
into a hardcopy and online booklet.
It is available to the public free of
charge by request or by going
online to www.nfcc.edu.
Want to know how NFCC
transfer students stack up against
the state average in grade point
average? Page five reveals that
NFCC students, consistently have
GPAs above other transfer students
- 3.02 GPA compared to 2.90 state
GPA average in 2003.
Did you know about 61 percent
of students are female and 40
percent are male? Or, that Morris
G. Steen Jr. is the seventh president


of NFCC?
Did you know that the average
class size at NFCC is 20 students?
Or, that the NFCC library has
39,601 books, videos, periodicals
and databases available for NFCC
students and the public?
Has the college grown? Yes,
about 32 percent. Since 2001, FTE

Who has the


enrollment (full-time equivalent)
has increased from 764 to 1005
FTE.
For more information about the
NFCC Fact Book, contact
Institutional Research by
telephone (850) 9.73-1672 or email
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fastest bed?


The Florida Forest Festival is still looking for teams to enter beds in the
bed race Friday, Oct. 27, at 6 p.m.
Along with prizes for first, second and third, awards will be given to
teams for the most creative bed, the most entertaining and the bed best in
keeping with the festival theme, which is "Forests for Us."
The entry fee for the bed race is $35; teams must supply their own beds.

2> Puppies, cats

offered at the

animal shelter
Ready to turn over a new leaf?
Consider adopting a shelter dog or
catt!
The Taylor County Animal
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available for adoption: a black lab
puppy, bulldog puppies, mix-breed'
puppies, an Aussie/Shepherd mix,
a pure bred bassett hound, two'
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Senior service
The Men's Community Ministry has committed to the upkeep of the grounds of the Taylor
Senior Citizens Center on West Ash Street. Shown above are: (from I to r) James Lockett,
Henry Ervin, Robert Glanton, Kenny Flanders, Danron Rice, Walter Bishop, Donald James,
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MISSIONS
Continued from page 7
Revival continues at Lighthouse
Lighthouse Revival Center, located at 808 E. Grahger "Dr., ill continue
revival services through Sunday, Oct. 1. The guest speaker tonight
(Friday), will be the Rev. Donnie Gibson at 7 p.m.; Saturday night's
service, als9 at 7, will be led by the Rev. Lynn Tharpe. A 6:30 p.m. prayer
, session precedes both services. On Sunday, the Rev. Jammie Smith
-oncludes the series of revival services with worship beginning at 6.
David & Rusty to host family crusade
The nationally known, gospel-singing ventriloquist team, David &
Rusty, will host a family crusade at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church Sunday,
Oct. :1, at 6 p.m., and then Monday-Thursday, Oct. 2-5, at 7 p.m.
- The family crusade is for all children, teens and adults and will also
feature games, gospel illustrations, prizes, Bible stories, refreshments and
more.
Pastor Billy Gipson urges Taylor Countians to join the crusade. The
churchh is located at 2975 Pisgah Road.
Annual meetings set for Revival Center Assoc.
The Holiness Revival Center Association will hold its annual meeting at
:Antioch Revival Center (located at Antioch Church/Cash Road) Oct. 2-4
at 7:30 p.m. The association meeting is planned for Oct. 5-6, at 11 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. Then the annual conference follows on Oct. 7 at 11 a.m.
with dinner following morning worship. The Rev. Riley Pridgeon,
moderator, invites everyone to "come and bring a friend."


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B-1 Perry News-Herald September 29-30, 2006


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trends for


What are the fads, fashions and
farsighted ideas that define the Fall
of 2006? Well, believe it or not,
a publication which has "old",in
its name,, knows what's new for
Fall.
What's the most
neglected room?
The Old Farmer's 2007 Almanac
notes that garages' are the new
focus in home improvement.
"The average two-car garage has
become a no-car garage because it
is crammed full of clutter," said
Barry J. Izsak, president of the
N itiional Association of
Professional Organizers. "It is the
most unsightly, poorly utilized
and neglected room of the house."


In the works are garage-organizing
books, garage consultants and
stores devoted to garage
renovations. These garages have
driven sales of home organization
products to nearly .$6 billion
annually.
What's the most
cutting-edge design tool?
It isn't a computer, the almanac
says. It's Mother Nature.
Engineers are using biological
organisms as models for all kinds
of inventions such as:
plywoods and synthetic glues
based on mussels' naturally
secreted supergluee" which enables
them to adhere so well to rocks;
computer screens which reflect


ambient life, using
microstructures similar to those
found on butterfly wings and
peacock feathers.
"If you have a design problem,
there is 'probably an organism
that's solved it already," said
Janine Benyus, author of Biologist
at the Design Table.
What do women want?
"Unique, handcrafted
clothing...the, more' detail, the
better," says Vogue editor Sally
Singer. "Women are no longer
willing to spend a lot of money
on a designer t-shirt; they want
something that looks like it was
made properly and feels like
someone designed it."


Watch out for this one: skinny,
1980s-style 'jeans and tight
leggings will be paired with
voluminous tops this Fall. "All
the drama will be happening on
the upperhalf," says Singer.
"A cleaner, fresher look is also
back," she adds. "No more
destroyed denim."
What colors will we see?
Sage and other greens, along
with pastels that aren't "sugary
sweet"" but are much more
sophisticated. "Quieter colors are
used when people feel the need for
comfort."
Also, the new neutrals: "They
are not your mother's neutrals;
these are colors with subtle


nuances, such as when you're not
sure if it's blue or gray.",
What are the hot
collectibles?
Plastic dolls (especially
"Blythe" by Kenner and any by
Madame Alexander;
Simple classic designs (Danish
modem furniture, circa the 1950s);
Vintage (post World War II)
kitchen stoves.


Permeable paving surfaces to
improve driveway drainage;
Rubber "mulch" made from
recycled truck tires that lasts a
decade.


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Summer goes by so quickly,
you don't want to miss a minute
of it. But as the days get shorter
and the temperatures cool down,
the signs are unmistakable fall
is on its way. And even though
you know you need to be
preparing your lawn, garden and
home for the coming months,
who wants to waste precious
summer days doing chores? Here
are some tips to get those pesky
tasks finished quickly so you can
enjoy your'weekends.
Garden: You've probably had
your fill of zucchini and ,tomatoes
by now. If your plants have
stopped producing, it's time to
start the garden cleanup. Pull up
any spent plants and give' your
soil a head start for next year by


turning ,it over and adding
compost.,
Flower gardens should also be
cleaned up. Cut back perennials
that are done blooming, and keep
deadheading annuals to encourage
flowering as long as possible. Be
sure to keep up with the weeding--
the fewer weeds you have this fall,
the fewer you'll have to deal with
next year. Before the really cold
weather sets in, lay down a thick
cover of mulch to help protect
your plants over the winter.
Lawn: Keep mowing and
watering so your lawn isn't
stressed going into the fall. Give
it one more dose of "weed and
feed" fertilizer to give it an extra
boost. Now' is also a good time to
aerate your lawn--try wearing your


golf shoes next time you mow. winter. This could mean sanding,
Outdoor Furniture: If you have scraping and repainting or
vinyl furniture, give it a good restainirig.
washing and take it in to store.
Wood furnmiure can be'more of a Sure there's.more to do in your
chore you'll want to inspect it ,ard. but these quick preventative
Tor damage and do any necessary measures may make next spring
repairs before \ou store it for the easier. Enjoy the new season!

Pumpkin Patch beckons all
If you're looking for a pumpkin patch, look no further than 1012 S.
Washington St., at the previous location of Grace Methodjst Church.
Perry Wesleyan Church promises pumpkins of all sizes, gourds, corn
stalks and photo opportunities with act\ ines planned on Saturdays
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Decorate your house for Autumn with homemade
crafts made with materials found around the house.
These crafts projects are great for preschool,
kindergarten and elementary school children.
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Papqr Scarecrow
Make a paper scarecrow for
Thanksgiving. This scarecrow
makes a wonderful Thanksgiving
decoration.

Supplies needed:
Construction paper, pencil,
glue, scissors, markers or crayons,
googly eyes, real straw or raffia.
Draw a scarecrow outline on
construction paper and cut out.
* Draw & cut out shirt, overalls,
shoes, and hat.
* Color and decorate the clothes
using crayons or markers.
Glue the clothes on the
scarecrow. Optional: glue on
some straw (real straw, raffia, or
thin strips of light brown paper)
at the edges of the clothing..
*Add eyes, a nose, and a mouth.


Can you think



Outside



the vase?
If you're looking for a way to
spruce up your home with fresh
fall flowers, try thinking outside
of the vase and using this rule of
kthurno: If it can hokldwater; it can
*hold floueri :
That means you don't have to
run out and buy vases or other
items to hold your flowers.
Instead, just take a look around the
house or yard for inspiration. You
can hold flowers in favorite
collectables (think china animals,
sugar bowls, etc.), pitchers or
even in hollowed- out fruit. In
fact, any watertight container will
do. Here's a short list to get your
creative ideas going and to help
you add flowers to every room of
your home:
Old watering cans, enamelware
pitchers, cast-iron kettles, antique
coal hods and teapots fitake great
bases for doorstep arrangements,
country kitchens or baths.
Ready for a fun and creative
project? Collect an assortment of
plain bottles, vases or containers
and decorate them with fabric,
ribbons, paint, sequins or even
gift wrap. Make each design
unique or come up with a special
motif.
A row of champagne glasses
with a large blossom in each
makes any dinner an elegant
occasion, Soda bottles, wine
bottles, mason jars or colored
glass bottles are great for a more
casual affair and are also attractive
clustered on a coffee table.
Use bowls and shallow dishes
for floating flower heads and add
floating candles for a bright and
shining effect.
Don't let your creativity stop
with the container. You can add
decorative elements to any
arrangements--again by looking
around your own house and yard.
Include ceramics, pottery, glass,
stones, twigs, leaves, acorns,
shells and more--can add a
personalized element to your floral
arrangement.


Thankful Wreath of
Leaves
You and your child can make a
beautiful wreath of leaves that
displays what your child is thankful
for.
Supplies needed:
A plain white paper plate,
construction paper (orange, red,
yellow, brown, and other earth tones),
crayons or markers, scissors, glue or
a glue stick.
* Cut a half circle out of the center of
a plain paper plate. This will hold the
leaves.
* Cut out a lot of leaves from
construction paper. Draw the leaf
veins if you wish.
* Glue the leaves all around the rim
of the paper plate.
* In the lower center of the wreath,
write, "I am thankful for," and then
let the child write or drain \ what.they
are thankful for.. .


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NECTAR FOOD PLANTS
Butterflies generally prefer aromatic flowers that are colored
orange, yelloW, pink, purple, or red. Many large, beautiful
cultivated flowers have little nectar and will not attract
butterflies. Deep throated, drooping or enclosed flowers
are generally unsuitable. Contact your local native plant
nursery or th.e Florida Native. Plant Society (P.O. Box
S69278&'\,er,-f Beach, FL 32969-0278'(772-462-0000)) for
sources of nati.e species adapted to your area. Choose
plants sp that your garden will bloom throughout the
\ year. (Note: indicates especially good nectar source)

me Scientific Name
ubs
Callistemon spp.
Buddleia spp.
Cephalanthus occidentalis
ms ; Prunus spp.
Citrus spp.
Hamelia patens
Lantana spp.
Ceanothus americanus
Cercus canadensis
Aronia arbutifolia
Lyonia spp.
Viburnum spp.


Milkweed.
provides nectar
for a variety of
adult butterflies





Want butterflies?
If you wish to attract butterflies to your yard, you'll want to grow some
milkweed, a plant that provides nectar for a variety of adult butterflies and
food for monarch butterfly caterpillars. Milkweeds also attract other
insects and spiders, making it an ideal plant to investigate with children.
Grab a magnifying glass and look for some of the following milkweed
features and creatures:
Monarch Larva on Milkweed
Milkweed's common name comes from the milky sap in the stems. If
the leaf is brokenoff the stem, a sticky 'milk' flows out around the,
wound. This milk is toxic to humans, and this toxin protects it from
other 'predators' the plant may have. (Make sure you wash your hands
well if you come in contact with the milk to avoid accidental ingestion.)
Monarch caterpillars are immune to the toxin so they can eat the plant,
incorporate the .toxin into their bodies, and thereby gain protection from
predators.
Milkweeds provide food for a host of other insects. Examine the plant
for aphids,.which.suck plant juices, ladybird beetles (ladybugs) that feed
on aphids, and red and black insects that feed on the milkweed leaves
(milkweed beetle) or ihe seeds (milkweed bug).
S'When milkweed is read\ to go to seed, it forms pods. As the pods
begin to break open, notice how the seeds are densely packed into the pod
* and how each brown seed comes equipped with a white fluffy portion that
.helps it ride with the wind.


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It would hardly be Fall if the First United The festival ,continues through noon with a
Methodist Church didn't welcome the season with a Christmas Corner, as well as decorations for
festival. Halloween and Thanksgiving. "Yesterday's treasures"
This year, the church has picked Oct. 14 for its. and other vintage keepsakes will be offered along with
annual event which kicks off with a pancake breakfast decorative gift items.
in Memorial Hall at 7 a.m. If the cooler mornings The Country Kitchen is always a crowd-pleaser,
are making you hungry for pancakes and sausage, this displaying an array of homebaked cakes, pies and
is the place to be. brownies, along.with preserves and canned goods.

Cajun-fried turkey can


wrap up
"Football fans want great-
tasting food that allows you to fill
up your plate quickly and get back
in front of the TV so you don't
miss a great play," says LouAna
Peanut Oil spokesman Patrick
Mould, chef/owner of Louisiana
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"Recipes from a Chef."
According to the survey, 49
percent of consumers.say [hey"'e
eaten fried turkey. While Cajun-
fried turkey is traditionally served
during Thanksgiving or Christmas
throughout the South and across
the U.S., Chef Mould has come
up with a different twist for
football parties or other less
formal get-togethers: Cajun-fried
turkey wraps with a Creole
r6moulade sauce.


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6. Cook 8 minutes per pound.
7. Lift the turkey opt of the oil
using protective gloves. ,
8. Insert a meat thermometer
into the turkey. The safest
temperature for the meat 'is 170
degrees F.
9. Move the basket to a
preparation 'area and remove the
breast from the basket.
10. Place on platter and let'sit
for 10 minutes., :
Making The Turkey
Wraps
1. Debone and cube turkey
breast.
2. Lay out, each tortilla flat on
counter.


3. Spread 2 tablespoons of
r6moulade sauce over each tortilla.
4. Place 'cubed turkey on
tortilla, top. with shredded lettuce,
tomatoes and an additional
tablespoon of remoulade sauce:
5. Roll tortilla up tightly and
cut in half.
6. Place on platter and garnish
with avocados and sliced
jalapefios.
Yields: 12 servings
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List:
(not comprehensive,
but a starting place...)
1. Is your lawn readylfor the new
season? If you want to plant
Streets and shrubs, do it now. Is
your lawn equipment ready to be
stored, or does it need to be
repaired or replaced?
2. Have you made appointments
for medical visits you heed to'
accomplish before Dec. 31?
Don't forget eye exams and
Dental check-ups. '
3. Ifr you have" home
improvement projects, jump on
them now. You can dodge the
infernal heat and enjoy the
hnished 'project during the
holidays and beyond..
4. Speaking of the holidays: are
your finances in order? Do you
need to juggle accounts, use
layaway or shop ahead?
5. Before the holidays is hunting
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6. What about your car(s)? Is it
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6- to 8-pound thawed turkey
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16-oz. jar of Cajun Injector
Creole Butter Marinade
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6 large flour tortillas
6 spinach tortillas
3 cups shredded lIetuce ''
1-1/2 cups diced tomatoes
Sliced avocado for garnish
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1. Pour peanut oil up to fill line
of.the electric fryer.,
2. Maintain temperature at 350
degrees F throughout frying
process to avoid greasy turkey.
.3. Rinse turkey breast in cold
water and pat dry.
4. Inject 1-2 ounces of marinade
per pound into each side of the
breast.
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Entertainment


,Editor's Note: Today we raise the
curtain on an entertainment page that
we hope you will find...well,
entertaining. Staff Writer Mark Viola
takes center stage with his movies
column, and seeks your input, too. You
~an forward feedback to


mark@perrynewspapers.com. As part
of this page, regional entertainment
events will be catalogued for easy
reference. We don't intend to rival daily
newspapers with endless venues, but
we do hope to showcase events which'
you or your family may wish to attend.


Given the timing for the premiere of
this page, you can expect to see plerity
of promotions for Forest Festival-
related entertainment, as well as area
artists series. Have an idea you'd like
to spotlight? Use the e-mail address
above...and enjoy the show.


B-4 Perry News-Herald September29-30, 2006


MAtdeI tie

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It's not too soon for 'World Trade Center'


' I found myself debating over what to write about for,
the first edition of this column. Entertainment can be
as broad a subject as you would like it to be and I was
1~.ving trouble narrowing it down to just one topic or
another.
As it happened, I was in Tallahassee to run a few
errands and decided to catch a movie. After some
thought, I decided it was finally time to sit down and
watch Oliver Stone's "World Trade Center."
. I hadn't been exactly avoiding the movie--I always
knew I was going to see it sooner or later--but after
weeks of documentaries and specials marking the fifth
anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, I wanted to see how
HFollywood would handle it.
- It seems an odd beginning for an entertainment
iblumn to talk about a movie that can hardly be called
entertaining. That's not to say it's a bad movie--far
fr'm it, actually.
2; There are just some films that you don't watch for
entertainment.
Take "The Passion of the Christ" for example. While
I doubt many people can honestly say they were
entertained by Mel Gibson's portrayal of the death of
Jesus Christ, millions of faithful Christians flocked to
see it, calling it a profound experience.
When "World Trade Center" opened last month, it
was met with rave reviews, massive media blitzes and
not a few discussions. In short, exactly what people
have come to expect from director Oliver Stone
(Alexander not withstanding).
"World Trade Center," however, is about as
pn-Oliver Stone as you get.
' Gone are the conspiracy theories (there are no chants
. f "back and to the left"), the politics and most of the
Controversy.
"World Trade Center," for those who don't know,
tlls the story of two New York City Port Authority
police officers--John McLoughlin (Nicholas Cage) and
Will Jimeno (Michael Pefia)--trapped in the rubble
when the twin towers collapsed.
I'll say it up front, this is not an easy movie to sit
through. Although .five years have passed since that
terrible day, it all came back as I watched the events
.nfold on the screen. I was at the University of Florida
at the time and caught the news at the on-campus
bookstore on my way home from class just after the
second tower collapsed. I spent the rest of the day, like
jalany people, watching the news.
3 A quick note: The 1942 attack on Pearl Harbor,
which is often compared to Sept. 11, did not have a
definitive theatrical portrayal until 1970's "Tora, Tora,
Tora."
The theater was nearly empty when I sat down, but
by the time the trailers started, there were about 12
people including myself.
The movie opens with panning shots of New York.
city, all with the towers in the background. Since so
inany movies (following Sept. 11) digitally removed
4he towers, it was almost strange to see them back.
* Looking back, it's surprising how normal that day
began. The officers hold their morning meeting and
McLoughlin hands out assignments. The top item of
ie day is a runaway suspected to be heading to the
;city on an inbound train.
: The movie does not show the planes hitting the
towers. Partly because it's not necessary, but also
'because the Port Authority officers didn't see it. As
They race to the scene in a commandeered city bus,


they swap stories they heard on the radio and from
faniii', before losing cell phone service.
Some reports. are saying a second plane hit the
towers, but few believe it. Others talk about how they
heard Israel was hit by nuclear weapons.
The officers are not firemen and McLoughlin makes
sure they have fire protection gear before going up.
They are in the concourse between the towers when
the first tower collapses.
In the silence that followed, I could hear someone
behind me sobbing.
McLoughlin and Jimeno both survive. I don't have
any qualms telling you this, because I don't know if I
could have made it through the movie if I hadn't
known that.
The movie began with the towers and now the
rubble remaining has become a third actor--the enemy
even--that could bring death at any moment. Cage and
Pefia put forth superb jobs showing the confusion,
desperation and anger of that day and both should be
considered heavily when it comes time for Oscar
nominations.
The movie switches back and forth from the two
trapped men and their families. One thing about the
movie is as you watch the two families struggle with
not knowing whether their loved one is coming home,
you as the audience do know. In a day of tragedies, you
know their stories will end with them being reunited.
I don't think anyone in that theater succeeded in
keeping at least a few tears from flowing. The movie
ends on a happy note, with a celebration for the
officers two years later. An elderly couple in the row in
front of me shared a kiss at that moment. A quiet
reminder that there :ar'e" a't'ev;'"tppy ending. e'dn' ih
the face of such tragedy.
No one spoke when the movie ended and the credits
rolled. I passed a group of teenagers on the way out
and they were gently ribbing each other for crying.
"World Trade Center" has no political agenda and it
doesn't try to place blarne. It simply tells a story--a
very powerful and moving story that deserved to be
told.
I'm glad I saw it in the theater, but its theatrical run
is rapidly coming to a close.
I believe many people are waiting for the DVD
release so 'they can watch it privately. In many ways it's
how we as a country reacted to Sept. 11. Some felt
drawn to family, friends and even strangers for comfort
while others sat alone at home.
Much was made when "Flight 93," the other major
release this year about the Sept. 11 attacks, produced
modest numbers ($31.4 million) at the box office.
Many said that the country wasn't ready.
I myself didn't see it in theaters and I have not had a
chance to witch it since its release on DVD earlier this
month. While it came in second (behind Lost: Season
Two) for the best selling DVD the first week of its
release, it topped the DVD rentals list with $8.3
million, according to the Hollywood Reporter. That's a
quarter of its entire box office.
To date,' "World Trade Center" has made $69
million. The star power of Stone and Cage may have
helped it, as well as the more uplifting story than
"Flight 93," but either way, it's destined to make even
more when it gets its own DVD release.
Some may say it's too soon. Personally, I don't think
it's too soon to call World Trade Center one of the best
films of the year.


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(effective Sept: 29)

To arrange veteran's transportation

SHUTTLE SERVICE

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If Monday is a legal holiday, arrangements must be made by noon on Friday.

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Pickin' in the Pines
The bluegrass community will come together next Friday and Saturday, Oct. 6-7, for the-4
"Pickin"in the Pines" benefit festival for muIsician Ernie Thacker. Headliners for the event
include Lonesome River Band and Grammy winner Marty Raybon. Also performing are: Randy
Khors, Kenny and Amanda Smith, Melissa King, Ernie Evans, Tresa Jordan, Swinging Bridge
and Bits of Grass. Thacker was injured in a car crash that left him paralyzed shortly after.
appearing at the fourth annual Florida State Bluegrass Festival, held here in April.. .


"Pic in' te P e" Festive Scedaede
Saf Saeutueday

5:30 p.m. Bits of Grass 11 a.m. Workshops 4 p.m. Tresa Jordan
6:30 p.m. Kenny & Amanda 12 p.m. Swinging Bridge 6 p.m. Randy Kohrs .
7:30 p.m. Marty Raybon 1 p.m. Bits of Grass 7 p.m. Marty Raybon' .
8:30 p.m. Lonesome River Band 2 p.m. Melissa King 8 p.m. Lonesome River Band
3 p.m.- Ernie Evans 9 p.m. All-Star Jam!



Neville to 'Bring it on Home


Aaron Neville, the third
youngest of the Neville Brothers--
one of New Orleans' most
celebrated families--will perform
at a Seven Days of Opening.Nights
benefit concert Oct. 4, in Ruby
Diamond Auditorium at Florida
State University..
Showcasing Neville's newest
album, "Bring It On Home The
Soul Classics," the evening will
also feature a preview of the
exciting lineup for Seven Days of
Opening Nights 2007. '
After. fie decades of consistent
hit-making, 16 Grammy Awards in,
country and western, pop, r&b and
gospel, and Rolling Stones' "Best
Male Singer" two years in a row,
Aaron Neville has reached a


highpoint in a career-marked b\ a part ofn m life Sin in them,
artistic superlatives. espec'a'llK in the alterrrralh" of
According to Rolling Stone,, Hurricane Katrina, was a deeply -
"Bring It on Home: The Soul spiritual experience. They helped
'Classics" is an album for the ages me get through. They gave me
and Neville's most remarkable hope. And for me, music has
work to date." always been about hope."
"These classic songs." sa3 s Tickets ($30-$100 per seat) are
Neville, "have been pumping available online at tickets.fsu.edu
blood to my heart from the first or through the FSU Fine Arts
second I heard them. They've been Ticket Office, 850-644-6500.

Brown art show opens Monday

The Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts in Valdosta, Ga., will
host an opening reception Nlonday. Oct. 2, from 5-7 p.m. for an exhibition
of works b) Perr3 artisi Eddie Bro%% n.
The exhibition will feature his '\Wisdom Series," which is part of his
mixed media abstract art and %\ ill run through Nov. 9.


Regional Events


Sunday, Oct. 9
Big Bend Community Orchestra -
"Let's Here it Again!"'
Concert Favorites with Victoria Wilson
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Be Perry News-Herald September 29-30, 2006


Small ads...big deals!!


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AUCTION Saturday September 30, 6:30
p.m
1693 SW Moseley Hall Rd (CR 360) Just
arrived a trailer load of famous discount
retailer all items must be liquidated. Air
conditioned, comfy seats, cookout starts
at 5:30 p.m. Directions 221 North to 360
(SW Moseley Rd) Turn right go about 8
miles on right,
9/29


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


.Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We buy...call us! Collectibles
Yard Sale Collectibles
Set-up Tools
$8& up Hwy. 19 S., 836-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


Yard Sale Saturday, Sept. 30. 7 a.m. until.
Kitchen Aid stove &, dishwasher,
household items, clothing, some oriental
items. 1775 Oak Ridge Lane, Wilder
Creek. Look for.the signs.
9/27-9/29
-Yard-Sale Roberts Aman Rd. Saturday 8
a.m. until, look for signs.
9/27-9/29


Yard. Sale

Wednesday & Friday
8 am 5 pm
Hotel Furniture
(All Items)
Best Budget Inn
2220 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.

SYard Sale, Saturday 7 a.m. until. 1840
San Pedro Rd.
9/29
Saturday 8 a.m. until 1017 N. Page Rd.
off of Woods Creek.
9/29
Huge Garage Sale Friday & Saturday, 9
a.m. 5 p.m. tool,.fishing table, motor
cycle, electric scooter, furniture, clothes,
.,houis items, storm doo iTr, el d, ::'r
.,' hi'i ari qu, : ,-,l.: h.:, Tl -[,: i i: l
At Keaton Beach, left on 361-1.7 miles, left
on Eagles Way to dead end. ph. 578-3104.
9/29
Yard Sale: 5079 Woods Creek.Rd. 2nd
house on left past propane substation.
Saturday, Sept. -30 from 8 a.m. 1 p.m,
Clothes, knick-knacks, books, stuffed
.animals, odds and ends. Something for
everyone.
9/29
Multi-Family Yard Sale 2164 Kasper St.
8a.m. Noon. A'little bit of everything.
9/29
Yard Sale Sadler Drum's Bargain Barn.
Friday & Saturday 8:30 until. New
inventory, new tools. 4289 Hwy 98 West.
9/29
Yard Sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
Sept. 28, 29 and 30 from 9 a.m. 7 p.m.
4035 Charles Sadler Ln. Off Roberts Aman
Rd. phone 317-946-4479.
9/29
Yard-Sale Saturday Sept. 30, 8 a.m. until
806 E. Paige St. Behind County Jail,
9/29


BED Brand New Queen Orthopedic
Pillow-Top Mattress Set, In plastic,-
warranty, can deliver. $250. 850-425-8374,
9/29GCN
6 PC, BEDROOM SET Headboard,
frame, dresser, mirror, chest, night stand,
New in boxes, must sell $550. 850-222-
9879
9/29GCN
.SOFA & LOVE SEAT, NEW
MICROFIBER,. Stain Resistant, Lifetime
Warranty, Still in Crate, Can Deliver. Sug.
List $1250, sell $475, 850-545-7112
9/29GCN
MATTRESS: King Size Orthopedic 3 pc,
Set, New, unopened w/ warranty. Sacrifice
$295. 850-222-2113.
9/29GCN
Start your own Bingo Parlor.'1 Bingo King
Bingo Machine w/lighted backboard, 2
monitors, all complete. Call 850-578-2504,.
leave message if no answer
9/27-10/20
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
Music Lessons Producer/ Guitarist now
available Tor guitar, bass & voice students,
Beginners welcome. Call Josh Noland
850-584-5975
8/4-10/6
For Sale Large carry behind car/truck grill
cooks u.p to 60'quarters at a time. $400,
Used gas grill 4 in stock $45 each, Gall
Mark at South House 584-6021. -
9/15tfSH
For Sale Odd sofa's La-Z-boy, Broyhill,
Ashley, Berline starting at $200 -.$400.
Loveseats odd $150 each. Call Mark at
South House 584-6021,
9/15tfSH
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 'ual
Mark at South House 584-6021.
9/15tfSH

Come one...
come all!

PERRY ELKS




Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
V 305 Puckett Road ]


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


HELP WANTED
Front Desk Clerk
Night Auditor
Night shift 11 pm 7am
including weekends
Computer knowledge required.
Apply in person at Days Inn 2277 S. Byron Butler Parkway





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RNs & LPNs

All Shifts


Sue Love, Director of Nursing


2800 SF 4 BR/2 Bth home on 1,8 ac. off
Paul Poppell Rd. w/enclosed patio,
beautiful sunroom, large attic storage,
fenced in backyard with inground pool.
great neighborhood! Excellent buy!
$250,000. Call Jason Heartsfield @ 850-
843-0503. Nature Coast Inc..
6/30tfnJH

For Sale By Owner: .65 acre lot, high/dry
and flat on the Suwannee River just above
Mayo' Blue Springs. New 4" well and
septic system. Survey including TOPO.
Ready to build. $150,000 OBO Phone 850-
371-0071.
9/29-10/25
3 bd/ 1 bath house on 1/3 city block, New
roof, general repairs less than 2 years old.
Rented at $350, Price $27,000, 602 W.
Bacon St. 584-4678,
9/29-10/25

2 bed/1 bath house and 2 acres of land for
sale 100,000 for more info, Call 838-6625.
9/27-9/29
House For Sale By Owner: Solid brick
house in good location, near school in
quiet neighborhood, minutes to downtown
and shopping, 3 bed/ 2 full bathrooms,
formal living room. Central heat & central
Air. Completely remodeled, new full
ceramic tile floor. New paint, new doors,
new kitchen cabinets. New deluxe
appliances and more... Call for
appointments. This home won't last long!!!
850-843-4444 or 850-838-6425. Leave
message.
9/27-9/29

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
Land for sale, 221 North Between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1.acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
tfEF
3 BR/2 Ba Ranch Home on 2,56 acres at
588 E. Robert's Aman Rd.-New laminate
wood and tile floorirfg throughout, updated
kitchen and appliances. $199,000. Easy to
show! Call 223-1402 or 672-0990.
8/30tfnSP,
' ze' ijtil,'jrI r.l/ l -,', .-, me ? '."_'.l'tegd/422
bath DWMH on 1.3 fenced acres. Includes
many extras $78,900. Call 838-9035.
9/20tfPC
2 lots for sale corner of Washington &
Dixie Hwy. suitable for mobiles or house.
223-2627 or 838-0851.
9/20-9/29
Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq,
Old Badcock Furniture Euilding. Call 850-
584-5891. Pete Fortner
7/19tfnBC

For Rent: Triplewide mobile home 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, immaculate! Many more -
financing available to qualified buyers.
Big Bend Properties, Inc.
Jerry W,Cawthon, Broker
850-578-2898
wwwbbpfl.com
9/15-10/6


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


I


TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING
UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET
CLEANING -
Dries in 3-4 hours
584-CLEAN
(584.2532)


ATTENTION

TAYLOR COUNTY RESIDENTS

Are you 55+ and having

difficulty finding a job?


If you qualify, Experience Works has paid Certified Nurse
Assistant (CNA) training and job opportunities funded by
grants from SBA at no cost to you.

For more information call
Lana @ 850-922-0023 ext 242
Georgia @ 850-973-9922 or
1-888-859-1051
A national nonprofit organization. EEO/AA
"This U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Grant Award, #SBAHQ-02-1-
0034 is funded by the SBA. SBA's funding is not an endorsement of any
products, opinions, or services. All SBA funded programs are extended to the
public on a n9n discriminatory basis."


HOMES & I

-REAL ESTATE
.A-


Call 584-5928


VA
AUCT-IONS


mobile home for sale 14x70 2 bed/ 2 bath
w/fireplace, gardentub, sliding-glass door.
Call 223-3451. $9,000 OBO.
9/27-9/29




Downtown Hair Salon for rent. $245 per
month, per room. All utilities include Heat/
Air, Hot water, electric. Call Select Group
Realty 850-584-4401
9/22tfSGR.

30' Camper on wooded lot 1 person only
Fully furnished & all utilities paid, $105/
week plus $100 deposit. 850-584-4551
9/22-9/29
Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
HUD Vouchers accepted, 1 and 2 BR HC
and non-HC accessible apartments, Office
hours are 8:00 to 5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call
850-584-8111, TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett
Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal Housing
Opportunity,
8/9tfSV V
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
For Rent 2 BR/ 2 Ba mobile Home Central
H/AC, responsible adults only. No children
or pets,, proof of income & references a
must. $450 month + $450 deposit. 584-
5832,
9/27-9/29
3 BR/2.Bath House Roberts Aman Rd. on
2' acres. Central H/AC, all electric. $700
with deposit. No pets. 578-2240.
9/27-10/6
Mobile Home sites for lease. City water,
P.E. Elec. Lipscomb Circle 584-45.16
9/20-11/1
WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!
1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered,
Equal Opportunity. Office hours are 8:00-
5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call 850-584-5668. 709
W. Church St., Perry, FL 32348, TDD 711.
tfWA
Commercial Building F6r Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and wailing'
ar.a ."1 internet anhl phon~",-,quip
ri-andi,.ap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401,
7/12tfnSGR

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

Mobile Home for rent; Beautiful Roberts
Aman Rd., very quite mobile home park,
newly remodeled singlewide, 2 bed/ 2
bath, new appliances, with washer and
dryer. References required, $650 per month
+ $650 security deposit, call Paul 850-567-
1523.


PROGRAM MANAGER Manufacturer of
ordnance products requires a results-
driven Program Manager. Individual will be
responsible for coordinating and
monitoring the scheduling and technical
and operational performance of specific
company manufacturing programs.
Responsibilities also include aiding in the
negotiation, of, contracts and contractual
changes and coordinating preparation of
proposals, plans, specifications, and
financial conditions (estimates at
completion) of contracts. Develops and
ensures adherence to master plans and
schedules, develops solutions to program
problems, and directs work of incumbents,
assigned to the program from various
departments. Ensures projects are
completed on time and within :'u'lid-g
Individual will act,as company point of
contact with customer representatives and
participate(IPT), which i. .c.mprised of
company and customer preell. '
The position requires a bachelor's degree
in Business or Engineering and at least 3
years of experience in the field or related
area. The person filing this position should
be familiar with standard concepts,
practices, and procedures within the field
of program/contract management. Position
requires reliance on experience and
judgment to plan and accomplish goals
through a variety of complex tasks. This
position reports directly to the Director of
Engineering and Programs.
Salary commensurate with education and
experience; competitive benefits and
relocation assistance available. Send
resume with salary history/requirements to
ssleigher@martin-electronics.com
(attachments in MSWord accepted) or mail
to MEI, 10625 Puckett Road, Perry, FL
32348, Attn: Human Resources Director, or
fax to (850) 584-2012. Only qualified
candidates will be contacted for interview.
EOE, AAE, VP.
9/29-10/6ME
SUPER-LUBE We are currently seeking a
Station Manager for our Perry location. A
positive attitude, excellent people skills
and prior management experience are
required. We offer competitive
compensation with a profit sharing
program, and an excellent benefits
package. Please fax, mail or email your
resume to: Attn. Manager Position Fax:
850-222-5152 or Mail: 1311 N. Paul
Russell Rd., Suite B101, Tallahassee, FL
32301 Email: mrevell@superlube.com
9/29-10/6SL

QUALITY ENGINEER Manufacturer of
" r, nr :e prodi.:l.: requires a sI~ l
m ,,..i[. ,l qu hall -r9 '-iii .m ,r, *. ,ll. ll I-,:
apply statistical techniques to :. r:.i,.lirg
and. improving manufacturing process.
B.S. in Engineering required. Six-Sigma
and/ or Quality Engineering experience
preferred. Familiarity with government
requirements and ISO-9000 a plus. This
position directly reports to the Quality
Manager, Salary commensurate with
education and experience; competitive
benefits and relocation assistance
available. Send resume with salary
history/requirements to ssleigher@martin-
electronics.com (attachments in MSWord
accepted) or mail to MEI, 10625 Puckett
Road, Perry, FL 32348, Attn: Human
Resources Director, or Fax to (850) 584--
2012. Only qualified candidates will be
contacted for interview. EOE, AAE, VP.
9/29-10/6 .

TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Road Maintenance Tech $8.04/ hr. +
benefits
Planner $34,777.-.$39,145 + benefits
Custodian 15 hrs. per week $6.49/hr.
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.
9/29tfnBCC

J&J EQUIPMENT OF PERRY is seeking
dependable construction workers. Clean
Florida Driving Record and drug testing
required. Fax resume/job history to 850-
584-7566.
9/13-9/29
Make big bucks with just $1. See how at
www.craftyboon.com
9/20-10/13'

PoWer Country 92,1 is expanding their
sales staff if you are an experienced sales
person and would like to work in 'the
broadcast industry, Call 584-9210 to
schedule an interview. We are looking for
team players interested in a career, not
just a job. Power Country is an equal
opportunity employer.
9/27-10/6WNFK

Part-Time General Maintenance Worker for
Rocky's Convenience Store. Call 850-584-
6555.
9/27-10/6

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




DRYWALL

Hanging
Finishing
Texturing

Repair


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
Advent Christian Village
Current JOBS Line Advertisement
Call 658-5627 or visit www.acvillage.net
24 hrs/ day, 7 days/ week
CNA / LPN Got a Passion for
Compassion? Direct care staff in long-term
care setting. FT an PT positions/ various
shifts available. Florida certification (CNA)
or license (LPN) required. Experience
desired but not required.
FT positions include health, dental, life
disability, supplemental insurance; 403b,
retirement account; paid time off, access
to onsite daycare and fitness facilities.
Apply in person at Personal Office
Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m, .until
4:00 p.m., or fax resume/credentials to
(386) 658-5160. EOE/ Drug-Free
Workplace/ Criminal background checks
required.
9/20-9/29
Parts Counter Sales Representative
Perry, Florida Local John Deere
Construction and Forestry Equipment'
Dealership has an imriediate opening for a
parts Counter Representative. Self-
motivated individual with customer service
skills will be responsible for processing
orders for telephone and walk-in
customers, shipping, receiving and
warehousing parts: Previous auto or heavy
equipment parts and/or mechanical
experience preferred. Computer skills and
fork lift operation required. We offer a drug
free work environment, competitive' pay,
.excellent health and dental benefits,
401(k) Retirement and Profit Sharing Plan.
Applications accepted at 3033 Highway 27
East in Perry or Email resume to:
hrmanager(@flintholdings.com
9/20-10/6
Heavy Equipment Mechanic / Welder
Local John Deere Dealership is looking for
an experienced technician to diagnose,
repair and provide general maintenance for
construction and forestry equipment. Will
also be responsible for welding and
fabrication. Must have full range of tools,
:be_,uuio,:,,er 'eir .. ,: urilried and j ,-qujre
ilile ,up,,. ..:, W e' .:.rSer a drl J lrl,, w,'e rl
environment, competitive p3v excellent
he.-iilh and dental :,.n.ei ii 401(k)
Retirement and Profit Sharing Plan.
Applications accepted at 3033 Highway 27
East in Perry or Email resume to:
hrmanager@flintholdings.com
9/20-10/6
2 Full Time C.N.A. Opportunities
Just Open. two full time positions. One 6
a.m. to 2 p.m;, one 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
position. Seeking persons with excellent
attendance and performance records. Only
interested in persons who want to provide
care and enjoy their work. Contact Jennifer
Richardson at Lafayette Health Care
Center, 512 W. Main Street, Mayo, FL 386-
294-3300.
9/27-10/6LHC
Administrative Assistant II
The Administrative Assistant II assists
Court Administration, Administrative
Services Department, and the Family
Court Support Unit Manager by providing
assistance with finance related duties and
case management of the Family Court
Support Unit Manager by providing
assistance with finance accredited four
year college or university with a major in
public, or judicial administration, the legal
system and civil court procedures. Salary:
$30,320.04 annually. For further
information, visit www.jud3.flcourts.org
Submit a cover letter, resume, State of
Florida application, and three references


to:
Jacquetta Bradley,
Manager
P.O. Box 1569
Lake City, FL 32056
ADA Compliant/EOE
9/27-10/6TJC


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Human Resources


Court Program Specialist II
The Court Program Specialist II assists
the Family Division Judges, Magistrates,
the Family Court Manager, and Trial Court
Administrator by providing assistance and
case management of the family division
pro se cases. Graduation from an
accredited four year college or university
with a major in public or judicial
administration, business, education,
social work, or related social science is
required. Must have knowledge of the legal
system and civil court procedures. Salary:
$36, 115.32 annually. For further
information, visit www.jud3.flcourts.ora
Submit a cover letter, resume, State of
Florida application, and three references
to:
Jacquetta Bradley, Human Resources
Manager
P.O.'Box 1569
Lake City, FL 32056
ADA Compliant/EOE
9/27-10/6TJC

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

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















Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. Wanted Isuzu and Toyota
trucks for export. 386-688-3999.
9/29S

NEED CASH?
GOT JUNK?
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 on ail that run. Call
386-344-3930.
7/14-10/4





'97 Tahoe 113k miles Flowmasters, slight
lift & wheels. Leather, XM ready loaded..
$8,500 850-510-3847.
9/13tfBGCB

1997 white Dodge, 1500 4x4, 318v8
loaded. $3500 OBO 850-584-7792.
9/29-10/6

1988 Ford Crown Victoria, 66k, maroon,
very cleai, perfect leather, almost new
tires, belts, hoses, batt. Must 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

1996 S-10, 4WD, white. Call 850-584-9084
after 6 p.m.
9/27-11/17

For Sale: 1995 Volvo, clean and runs
good. Call 584-8598.
9/27-10/6

Class A Motor Home for sale 27 ft. sleeps
six, great buy for $2,000. Also, 1990 Ford
Conversion van, great buy-for $2,00.0.
Ready for the road all leather interior, fully.
equipped with VCR & color television,
'phone 838-6158, 584-8020.
9/27-9/29
Price Reduced 1998 Z71 ex. Cab 4x4,
green w/tan interior, 210,000 mostly road
miles. Great shape $6,350. Call Mike at
843-0650


Horse Drawn Wagon with brakes for 2
horse or 1 horse with set of harnesses for 2
horses up to 800 Ibs, rear-loaded with
benches on each'side. $1,200 (850) 584-
7781
9/29-10/11

1999 Lowe's Motor Boat (16 ft) with
Hummingbird Fish Finder, trolling motor, 3
seater, 50 hp Johnson motor with only 40
hours on the motor, a live well, has top,
beautiful condition. $7,000 (850) 584-7781
9/29-10/11

Kids 70 cc 4-wheeler excellent condition.
$650 Negotiable. 223-1952 or 838-0826.
9/27-9/29
1994 Stumpnocker, 60 HP Mercury, good
condition $4,500. Call 850-584-9084 after
6p.m.
9/27-11/17

For sale: 2005 25HP'Nissan (bought new
.in March), manual start, $1,600. 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 __


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


The Handyman experts LLC, honest work!
Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting,
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
584-3776 (office). 25 years.
tfJM

STUMP GRINDING
SAND -
PRESSURE WASHING.
Free Estimatesl!l
Call Billy Blue at
838-1307 or 672-0955
3/10tfnBB


5.0, 4x4, automatic, excellent PRICE REDUCED!
condition, very well maintained,
excellent interior, cold A/C, tilt, cruise, 1989 Bronco XLT
power windows & locks, tow package,
new metallic blue paint, new 12.50x15
AT tires on. 12" MT aluminum rims .. -
(only 400 miles on these), tinted
windows, 115,000 original miles. May
be seen on the corner of Wells Drive
and Paul Poppell Road.
MUST SEE!! $4,75000BO
584-6678, 584-8563 or 1-352-356-0268


LOST: Jennings Carbon Master bow,
arrows and release inside camouflage
cloth caring case. Lost between 221 Gas
and Grill and Wayside Park on Hwy. 19
North. Please call Jeremy Nix @ 850-584-
9485 or Glen @ 850-584-4906.


PERON--1


I, Alma Kay Vann, will not be responsible
for any debts other than my own effective
September 27,2006.
9/27-10/20


3 yr old horse-greenbroke-gentle. Call 850-
584-9048 after 6 p.m.
9/27-11/17

Free. to a good home Black Chow/Lab
puppies 3 mo. old 584-9290
9/27-9/29


Classified Work!

Give it a try!


MURRAY SERVICES
Lawn Care -
Licensed and Bonded
Commercial & Residential.
mowing, weed eating, shrubbery care,
flower beds!
FREE ESTIMATES!"!
(Home) 850-584-8420
(Cell) 850-371-0530
9/8-10/4
A+ Blanco Home Cleaning Service, (850)
672-1298, Letty Blanco, Licensed &
Insured.
9/20-9/29

Bush Hog Mowing, Dozer Work, Rake
Work, Land Clearing, Free Estimates. Call
(850) 843-2187.
9/29-12/29
Elder Care will care for your Elderly loved
one. Bedridden or Ambulatory. Have exp.
in both. Call Susan Swain. 223-3173 If no
answer please leave message.
9/22-9/29. ..

Palm Trees Done Professionally! 20 year
experience, stump grinding, tree trimming,
Licensed & Insured. Call John at 850-672-
0290
MO'M & POP
LAWN SERVICES
(850)843-7579
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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

Brenda & Teena's Home Cleaning & Lawn
Maintenance Service. Will also consider
taking down old homes, buildings, and
mobile homes. Phone 850-223-2477 for,
quote on your'home or lawn.
9/27-10/17

Will mow pastures and other acreage and
lots. Tractor & bushhog or lawn mower.,
Reasonable prices, good work call-Gary
Gamble 584-7373
9/27-9/29

-Wholesale Transmissions used & rebuilt. I
also buy old transmissions for Cores. .850-
813-2904, or 850-584-3193.
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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
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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 Association, As
trustee for certificate holders of Bear
Stearns Asset Backed Securities I LLC
Asset Backed Certificates, Series 2004-2
Plaintiff,
vs.
Nonie Jones, if living, and if dead, the
unknown spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors,
trustees and all other parties claiming an
Interest by, through, under or against
Nonie Jones, unknown spouse of Nonie
Jones. If any; Johnnie Jones; the Citizens
' Bank of Perry; John Doe and Jane Doe
as unknown tenants in possession
Defendant(s).
Notice of Foreclosure Sale
Notice is hereby given pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated September 13, 2006 entered In
Civil Case No. 06-435-CA of the Circuit
Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in and
for Taylor County, Perry, Florida, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for cash
at the west door at the Taylor County
located at 108 N. Jefferson Street in
Perry, Florida, at 11:00. AM on the 16th
day of November, 2006, the following
described property as set forth in said
Summary Final Judgment, to wit:
The South 105 feet of the North 60 feet
of East 840 of S1/2 of NE 1/4 )fqthe NW
1/4 of Section 35. T4S, R7E, ontoining
2.02 acres M/L.
Less and except an easement across
the East 20 feet ofthe above described
property for Road Right-Of-Way-
purposes.
Together with a 1988 Mobile Vln#
GAFLJ54A00115LP and GAFLJ 54B00115LP
Any person claiming an nrerer i, 1i.-
surplus from the sale, if any,. other than
the property owner as of the date of
r-,e hi penaens, must file a claim within
60 do',,s aner the sale.
.orEa rnl 1.1 do', of September, 2006.
Annie M, Murphy
C er .f- _rr,e CircJult Court, '
By .lartl Lovalle
Deputy Clerk .
9/22, 9/29

Pursuant to Sec lion 2.13(B)M of the City .
Charter oft ne City of Perry, Florida, notice
Is :ereDy gien mar ine City Council had
Introduction and First Reading on
Ordinance No 824 on September 26,
2006 In the City Council Chambers, 224 S.
Jefferson Streert Perry. Floriaa The Public
Hearing ana Final Reading on Ordinance
No 826 Is scheduled for The City Council
regular Meeting. on SeptemDe 12, 2006
at 6;30 p. m. or as soon thereafter as
possible. Any Interested persons may
appear and. be hedrd on the
aforementioned pubIli hearing date.
Notice Is also given, pursuant to Florida
Statutes 286.0105 that any person
deciding to appeal any aecion of the
City Council with respect Io any matter
Considered at the meeting will need a
record of that meeting and may need to
ensure that a. verbatim record of the
proceedings Is made; which record
Includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal Is to be based.
ORDINANCE NO. 824
.AN'ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PERRY,
FLORIDA, RELATING TO THE REZONING OF
TEN OR MORE CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF
LAND, PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION BY
THE PROPERTY OWNER OF SAID ACREAGE,
AMENDING THE OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS
OF THE CITY OF PERRY LAND DEVELOPMENT
PEGiJUL TiON PPOVDIlPIG FOP iEZONITIG


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B-7 Perry News-Hi





FROM RESIDENTIAL,- MOBILE HOME PARK
(RMH-P) TO RESIDENTIAL, MULTIPLE FAMILY
1 (RMF-1) OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF PERRY,
FLORIDA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT;
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Copies of sold Ordinance No. 824 may,
be inspected at the Administration Office
of City Hall, 224 S. Jefferson Street. Perry,
Florida between the hours of 8:00 a.m.
and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday,
Robert A. Brown, Jr. Emily Weed Ketring
City Manager Mayor
9/29

Pursuant to Section 2.13(B) of the City
Charter of the City of Perry, Florida, notice
is hereby given that the City Council had
Introduction and First 'Reading on
Ordinance No. 829 on September 26,
2006 in the City Council Chambers, 224 S.
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida. The Public
Hearing and Final Reading on Ordinance
No. 827 is scheduled for the City Council
Regular Meeting, on October 10, 2006 at
6:30 p. m. or as soon thereafter, as
possible: Any interested persons may
appear and be heard on the
aforementioned public hearing date.
Notice is-also given, pursuant to Florida
Statutes 286.0105 that any person
deciding to appeal any decision of the
City Council with respect to any matter
considered at the meeting will need a
record of that meeting and may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made; which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
ORDINANCE NO. 829
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF
THE CITY OF PERRY, FLORIDA,
ABANDONING BAY STREET, DEFINING ITS
BOUNDARIES; PROVIDING FOR A
PERPETUAL UTILITY EASEMENT FOR THE CITY
OF PERRY OVER, UPON AND ACROSS BAY
STREET, DEFINING POWERS OF THE CITY OF
PERRY TO MAINTAIN, REPAIR, IMPROVE,
CONSTRUCT OR ABANDON THE UTILITY
EASEMENT; 'PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
Copies of said Ordinance No. 829 may
be Inspected at the Administration Office
of City Hall, 224 S. Jefferson, Street, Perry,
Florida between the hours of 8:00 a.m.
and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Robert A. Brown, Jr. Emily Weed Ketring
City Manager Mayor
9/29

Notice is hereby given to William
Howard Lawrence Jr. unless payment is
made on 1989 .Ford Escort VIN#
1FAPP912.5KW166984 for towing service
on 9/9/2006. Vehicle will be auctioned
on the 18th day of October, 2006 at 10
am at Thomas Chevrolet 2128-Hwy 19
S., Perry, FL
9/29


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Homes ForSale


PALM HARBOR Factory Llquidation Sale. 2006.
Models Must Gol Modular, Mobile & Stilt Homes. 0%
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for FREE Color Brochure. (800)622-283 2.
FOR SALE BY OWNER-- 2BR condo, St. Petersburg.
I mile from Gulf of Mexico/Don Cesar. On Isla Del Sol golf
course. Completely fuamished. S370,000. Call (859)608-.
2213.
Beautiful Victorian home in Live Oak, FL. Totally
renovated with upgrades, near schools and shopping. This
is a true must see! $239,500 Call J.W. Hill, Lie RE Broker
(888)821-0894.

$0 DOWN HOMES Gov't & Bank Foreclosures! Lowor -
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20 acreswith pond nearState & Nat'l parks. Camp, Fish,
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(Week of September 25, 2006)


herald September 29-30, 2006





FORMAL REQUEST for PROPOSALS for A
THREE (3) YEAR CONTRACT to provide
GRANTS WRITING. ADMINISTRATIVE, an d
PLANNING SERVICES to include ab
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT 1l
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION STAIE"
REVOLVING, FUND / DISADVANTAGED
SMALL COMMUNITY GRANT for the ..
Taylor Coastal Water & Sewer District :
FY 200.6
The Taylor Coastal Water & Sewer District
formally requests proposals from
qualified individuals or firms to provide
continuous Grants Writlng,,Adrniriiuoraii.e.
and/or Planning Services 'inal,,duol. or
firm may submit for one or all services)
fo( a three (3) year contract. Grants
Writing, Administrative, and Planning'
Services shall Include professional
services pertaining to Improvements
and upgrades to the wate(,,
wastewater, and storm water services
during the pie-construction phase Qof-d
wastewater improvements project, fSr.
the District. These services shall be
rendered in conjunction with a Florida'
Department of Environmental Protection
(FDEP) State Revolving Fund (SRF) and/or
a Disadvantaged Small Community
Grant (DSCG). according to the terrrm
defined by the Taylor Coastal Water &
SSewer District.
Proposals must be received no later'
than 2:00 pm on October 16, 2006;, at
.the Taylor Coastal Water & Sewer District.
located at 18820 Beach Road, Perry,
Florida, 32348, attention John Gentry:,.
General Manager.
Informational packets may' be picked!
up. at the District Office- at the
of:.,'emerntinred address or can be
requested Dy phone to. the Oilice
Manager, Shirley Shinholser, at (850) 578
3043: .
9/29



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SAVANNAH AREA DESIRABLE RICHMOND HILL
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available. Premiumamenitiespackage. Excellentfinancing.
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www theridgeatsouthmountain com ....


Gulf front lots S595k. Homes starting mid $300k. New-
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www cinnamonshore com (866)891-5163.
PrimeNorth Floridahunting properties from 60 acres to
480 acres. Starting at $3,000 per acre. Call J.W. Hill, Lice."
RE Broker (888)821-0894.
1+ ACRE TN HOMESITE 1.8 ACRES large lot with
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fornatural landscaping. Pondontheeast side. Closetolarge
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ASHEVILLE,NCAREA Breathtakingmountainview&
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lodge, river walk & much more. 5 min. from town.
(866)340-8446.

VA MOUNTAIN LOG CABIN unfinished inside, view,
trees, private, large creek andrivernearby, $139,500 owner
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Call (888)389-3504 X 700.

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Gated, Golf, Fitness Center, Tennis, Trails. qak Park,
Docks. $70k's' $300k (877)266-7376
www coooerspoint coon


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www theluffsnc cornm (866)725-8337 Cape Fear Bluffs,
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views, wildlife, borders state land. Horseback riding,
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Steel Buildings

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to 100 x 200'. Ex: 50 x 100 x 12'= $3.60/sq ft. (800)658-
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