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SFriday, Oct 6 & Saturday, Oct. 7 at Forest Capital State Park Hwy 19 South


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Pery News-Heral
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t Pber- 6-7, 2006 Tree Capital of the South 2 Sections Our 117th Year, No. 39


TCSO deputy fired Thursday


News


Forum

Council hosts
fourth annual
banquet
The fourth annual Taylor County;'
Leadership Council banquet will b'e
held Friday, Oct. 13, at Jerkins
Community Center. Tickets 'are,.
available from any leadership council
member.
This year's theme is: "A Covnint'l
with Taylor County--Reclaiming Our
Youth." Special guest speaker will be
Elder Robert Thomas. Entertainment
will be provided by Derrell Thomas.

'TWH' accepting,
-submissions
Taylor County Historical Society
President Wanda Cash has
announced that .the deadline for
submissions for the 17th installment
of the "They Were Here" series is fast
approaching Biographies and photos
may be submitted to the historical
society museum, which is open every
Thursday from 1-5 p m. There is no
charge to submit profiles for the book.,

What's happening.
'under the
marquee?'
Our Entertainment page make ft-
second appearance this i
showcasing movies you may s& ;
theaters in Ocober, as Well a^ i f'
fiddler Anna 'Kallschmidt. a4 i
bands, of this weekend's .bli grass$.
festival. Please find your Way to page:
B-2, and get comfortable.

Community yard
_1
sale postponed
The monthly Sons of AMVETS.
CommunityYard Sale will not be heIld.
this Saturday!.:ct. 7, due to-,the
bluegrass festival. The sale wilf
instead be held next Saturday, Oct,
14. Spaces are available for a $5
donation each .anrd, Walk-ins are
.welcome. The yard saelis'located at
2499 Woods CreekRd:-

Band Boosters
meet Monday
The Pride of Taylor Band Boosters
will meet Monday, Oct. 9, at 7 p.m., in
the band room at the high school. All
"Pride" parents are encouraged to
attend.


Index
Looking Back...page A-2
LMnig...paje A,-4
Sports...p 'ge ?.-6
keligioon...pae A-7
Ent.ertainnient....i j B-2
T\' List.in':...page B-3
Cla 55ifiede...pae B-4


Today
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.., 20% High 90
Saturday
Low 63
Higr 83
Sunday
Low: 51'
*High: 78'


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A L eteran officer with the Taylor
Count\ Sheriffs Office (TCSO)
has been terminated as of 2 p.m.
Thursday, according to Cpt. Audie
To% les'. after it was found that the
officer lied and committed other
offenses during an investigation in
a batter\ case in which he was
inm olved.
TCSO Sgt. Paul Poppell is
accused by a family member of
causing her injury by grabbing her
by the neck and shoving her into
her car after he accused her of
stealing.
That incident, plus others, led to
several violations of TCSO
policies resulting in termination,
To,: les said.
The incident began in August
when Poppell filed a burglary and
grand theft complaint with TCSO
In\ Ray Kellerman, at his
residence. Poppell reported that
someone had, on at least three
occasions, entered his home while
he % as not there and stolen items,
including a pistol.
Kellerman discussed the case
' ith TCSO Cpt. Ron Rice, and it
n as decided,to deploy surveillance
at Poppell's, residence a few days
later \when he \as going to be out
,&f itovn. The ofIfit L d"r.Mieed the
break-ins and all agreed that it was:
someone close to him.
The next day, the camera system'
a as retrieved. The video revealed a
blonde female entering the porch
and shaking the French door of the
residence in an apparent attempt to
enter, according to the
inmestgative report.
The video showed, about an
hotn later, the same female
entering the porch and shaking
the door again, using much more
force than the first time. There was
also a man in a bathing suit in the
yard."
Poppell was notified of the
video. and when he saw it,
instantly)recognized the people as
being his niece and her boyfriend.
That night, Perry Police
Department officers were called to
the niece's home and a
btui g lar/battery report was filed.
The parties to the incident gave
conflicting accounts.
It is agreed by all that Poppell


called his niece and asked her to
come by his house so "she could
see a video of a thief in his house."
The niece said, in a report filed by'
PPD Ptl. Wesley Cooper, that when,


she got there, Poppell "began
yelling at her and accused her of
breaking into his house several
times and stealing property and'
selling them for drugs.


"The niece denied, these
allegations to Poppell, saying she
was on the video because she had
been swimming at his house and
needed to use his bathroom, after


In the Army now
Taylor County High School
was the scene of excitement
Thursday, around noon, when
two Chinook Army transport
helicopters landed on school
property. The giant
helicopters were there to pick
up 42 JROTC students to take
them to Camp Blanding, near
Starke, for the weekend. While
there, the students will sleep
in Army barracks and perform
tactical Army maneuvers such
as taking on the obstacle
course and rope rapelling from
towers. JROTC Instructor
Kevin West said; "This is a
great opportunity for -these
students to see how military
'life really is and actually
spend time at a base."


Olson earns national award


Ta,, lor County Extension
Director Clay Olson recently
returned from the National
\ss.oc nation of County Agriculture
Agents conference where he was
the recipient of the National
Distinguished Service Award. ,
The award was given to three
agents in Florida in recognition of
excellence in extension education
programs. Educational programs
noted in Olson's career include


Enterprise Zone education,
affordable housing and the forage
crop of perennial peanuts.
The impacts of these programs
have returned significant dollars to
the local Taylor County economy
and to the region. The Enterprise
Zone program which began in
1997 has generated on average
$200,000 annually to local
businesses and residents located in
within the zone. Farmers engaged


United Way outlines


$$$ distribution plan
More details are now available on how United Way will handle the
T,.l. lr County Commission's contributions to local non-profit
organizations.
TIhL Taylor County Commission agreed during its recent budget session
to give a lump sum donation to United Way and to allow them to disburse
the mdney rather than the county make individual donations. The new plan
took effect with the current fiscal year, which began Oct. 1.
The United Way of the Big Bend (UWBB) will develop the agency
applications and once completed, they will be available at the county's
offices. Each agency which requested county funding will be notified by
UWBB and must sign for and return the completed application.
UWBB will develop a "Community Investment Team," which will


"* Please see page 5


in perennial peanut production in
the area are seeing profitability
return to small farms. Profits
ranging in the $500-per-acre range


are not uncommon, with good
quality, square baled hay going into
"'* Please see page 3


which he threw a mixed drink on
the ground and told her to leave his
property. They walked to her car
and Poppell opened the door and
grabbed the niece by the back of
her neck, and her arm, and forced
her into her car.
"* Please see page 5


City eyes


new power


provider?

Expressing dissatisfaction with
the service and response it has
gotten from Progress Energy
regarding customer complaints
and the closing of its local office,
the Perry City Council may
explore the option of becoming its
own power municipality..
"If they want us to look, let's
look...let's really look,"
Councilman Doug Everett said
during discussions last week
regarding the pov. er com pan\.
In a pre' Iou-I meeting. council
members met tthli Progress
Energy representative Larry
Watson, forwarding customer
complaints that city offices had
received regarding the power
service. Additionally, Mayor
Emily Ketring related that
included in the company's
franchise agreement was the
stipulation that it would maintain a
local office to serve customers.
At last Tuesda','s meeting,
Ketring stated that the city
attorney had reviewed the contract
and said he felt the city had a case
for requiring that the company
maintain a local office.
"The agreement clearly states
that they shall provide an office,"
Ketring said.
"This is a gre.i opportunity for
the city to look at its options. They
have done this in Havana and have
been very successful," Evereit
said.
The council directed City
Manager Bob Brown to contact
Progress Energy and re-address
their concerns.
"We want them to live up to
their agreement," Ketring said.
In other business, the council --
voted to impose an estimated $100
replacement fee for city garbage .
cans utilized by residents.
Payment arrangements, could be
extended over a six-month period.


Up, up & away!
The 2006 Jr. Miss contestants signed their names to three shells which will be used to open the 2006 Florida Forest Festival
fireworks show, Tuesday, Oct. 24. Joining the contestants is Kenny Barker (center) with Pyroworks, one of only-three licensed
fireworks manufacturers in Florida. The three shells the girls signed include a total of 13 sub-shells--representing each of the
Jr. Miss contestants--and were custom-made by Pyroworks for the Florida Forest Festival. The Jr. Miss program begins
Saturday, Oct. 7, at 6 p.m. in the Taylor County High School gymnatorium.


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PICKIN" IN THIE PINES

BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL












Looking


Back


A-2 Perry News-Herald October 6-7, 2006


:? Florida Forest Festiva







1956
Carol Smith
1957
Elizabeth Blume
1958
Judy Warren
1959
Martha Carter
1960
Wanda Morgan
1961
Hazel Redd
1962
Mildred Hendry
1963
S ,Suzanne Redmon
1964
Marie McMillan
1965
Ann Williamson
1966
Mary K. Brillhart
1967
Mary Clark
1968
Ann Massey
1969
Reba McDaniel
1970
Martha Lott
1971
Georgia Puckett
1972
Kay Griner
1973
Sheryl Moore
1974
Susan Spradley
1975
Pam Ferrell
1976
Carol Fife
1977
Charise Williams
1978
Kathleen Woodward


will be 51st queen.?


1979
Jogie Brown
1980
Diane Hagan
1981
Thalia Karakitsios
1982
Connie Wentworth
1983
Aimee Eckel
1984
Kathy Archer-
1985
Denise Lewis


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
October 7, 1971


FOUR SENIORS COMPLETE
PAGEANT ROSTER
Four Taylor County High School
seniors completed the list' of
entrants for the Florida Forest
Festival Beauty Pageant. They
were:
Kathy Akins, 17, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Akins, chose
as her talent presentation, a piano
solo theme from the movie, Love
Story. She was sponsored in the
pageant by the Perry Jaycees.
The famed "Pied Piper" was to
be portrayed by Emily Cannon, the
17-year-old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Cannon. She was
sponsored by the Perry Shrine
Club.


S October 6-7, 2006


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Beli Davis
1987
Cindy Chasteen
1988
Mina
Krishnamurthy
1989
Allison Kinsey
1990
Jennifer McGlocklin
1991
Lori Cannon'
1992
Shelly Ferguson


1993
Angie Bradshaw
1994
Christy, Massey
1995
Callie Whitfield
1996
Emily Murphy
1997
Nimi Patel
1998
Lydia Veal
1999
Lori Jones
2000


Georgia Puckett, 17, the
daughter of Mrs. Barbara Puckett
and Tommy Puckett, chose an
original comedy skit for her talent
presentation in the pageant. Her
sponsor was the Perry Woman's
Club.
The dramatic reading of
several letters written during the
Civil War by a soldier to his wife
in North Florida would be
presented by Wynette Slaughter.
She was the 17-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Slaughter
and was sponsored by the United
Daughters of the Confederacy.

BECKY MANN NAMED
HOMECOMING QUEEN '
Taylor County's 1971
Homecoming Queen was honored
at ceremonies preceding the Taylor
County High School-Port St. Joe
homecoming football game.
The queen, Miss Becky Mann,
and her court, Misses Linda
Young, Donna Blair, Rhonda Blair
and Sara Kay Powers, entered the
field from .the south end, each
riding in a convertible. They
paraded between lines formed by
the Bulldog band and around the
field to the west sideline.
Miss Mann and her court were
elected by a vote of TCHS
students.

SPORT-CRAFT FEATURED
IN MAGAZINE ARTICLE
"A giant in the boat building
industry."
That's how a feature article in
Florida Electric Cooperative News
describes a local Perry firm, Sport-
Craft Inc.
'The article went on to tell how
Sport-Craft, struggling for its life
only a few years ago, had emerged
as one of the nation's largest
manufacturers of fiberglass
pleasure boats with annual sales
approaching $10 million.

MARTHA LOTT AMONG
UF HONOREES
Miss Martha Lott, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lott Jr., was
one of more than 60 Alumni
Scholarship winners at the
University of Florida honored at a


Kaci Blue
2001
Ashley,
Wigglesworth
2002.
Leah Brooks
2003
Sarah Milam
2004
Jessica Manning
2005
Allion Bassett
2006
TBA Oct. 7


special two-day campus program
in Gainesville.
Miss Lott received a tuition
scholarship from the Alumni
Association for the 1971-72
academic year.

LOCAL MEN ENJOY
CAMPOUT
Carl Durden and a group .of his
friends were enjoying their annual
get-together and campout at Rock
Island, located off the coast of
Taylor County at the mouth of the,
Fenholloway River. ;
Each October, these men plan a '
fishing and camping trip to this
spot and enjoy a week or 10 days
of "roughing it."
Included in the group were Dick ,
Dodge, Pat Patrick, Quinton.
Hathcock, Sheryl Mills,' Bob
Beckman, Dan Roach, Jim Howle,
Charlie Blalock, George Ellis,
John Dickert, Jim Dryer and Ken
Sparkman, all from Perry.
Also Chuck Dodge, Tampa;
Billy Pyle, Grand Prairie, Canada;
Sonny Newton, Buck Buxton and
Bill Maildin, all from Georgia, and
Harvey Britt of Tampa.

MILITARY
REPORT
Archel Lawson
Archel Lawson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Clark, was promoted to
private first class. He was stationed
at Camp LeJeune,' N.C.
Clarence B. Koliski
Navy Petty Officer Second Class
Clarence B. Koliski, son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. H. Myes of Perry, was
aboard the aircraft carrier USS
Independence, which was in the
eastern Atlantic participating in the
NATO Strike Fleet Exercise Royal
Knight.
John R. Whiddon
John R. Whiddon, son of Mr.
and Mrs.. Norman Whiddon of
Perry, was promoted to private first
class. Pfc Whiddon was stationed
at Camp LeJeune, N.C.
Theodore V. Mickens
Navy Airman Apprentice
Theodore V. Mickens, son of Mrs.
Rosa White of Perry, graduated
from recruit training at the Naval
Training Center in Orlando.


Two amazing Taylor County women, my Aunt Louise
Mathis and a neighbor, Mrs. Horne, mentored me in the
art of Southern hospitality when I was a child and those
lessons have stood good in the presence of folks of all
walks of life from the smallest child to the present
governor of Florida.
Mrs. Horne taught me the intricate, beauty of an
intimate tea party while Aunt Louise showed me how to
be a generous hostess whether serving one guest or an
unlimited number of guests-i
According to family members, I had become a "social
butterfly" by the time I was two. Though barely old.
enough to carry on a conversation, I was always
welcomed to the house by Mrs. Horne and her
housekeeper, Alice. Mrs. Horne lived alone in the house
that sat near the curve on.Old Dixie Highway and within n
walking distance of my house that sat at the five-point
intersection'of Center Street."Both houses are gone now,
but I'm sure many of you can recall the general layout of
our neighborhood during'the forties.
Always, without fail, mana allowed me to visit Mrs.
Horne for our weekly tea.:party. I can still recall the
anticipation as I crossed the yard under the watchful eye
of mama. Even at my young age I could sense the
importance, of the occasion 'as I knocked on the door.
Alice would slowly open the door. give a gentle bon and
say, "Good evening, Miss Leggett." From experience I
knew, my reply was to say, "Good evening Miss Alice, I
have arrived for tea." ,
With a dignified turn Alice would escort me into the
sitting room where Mrs. Horne was waiting. -The table
was always arrayed in a lacey white tablecloth with a
complete tea service standing ready for use. There were
little tea cakes that would melt in your mouth and hot
tea that was always sweetened to perfection.
"Good evening !Mrs. Horne," I would say with a small
curtsy that I had practiced until I could achieve just the
right look: With all the aplomb of welcoming reigning
royalty Alice would seat me facing Mrs. Horne and tea
was served.
Not only did I learn the proper use of a tea service but
I learned the art of good conversation as we talked about
things of interest to a child. Mrs. Home never indicated
the conversation level was boring to her as she allowed
my imagination to soar as I regaled her with stories that
I had created in my mind from bits of information
gathered during the past week. Now that I think about it
I realize she was a true listener, giving a nod ever so often
to encourage me to continue my latest tale. Mrs.. Home
taught me. self-%worth as she sat with me on those
unforgettable afternoons sharing tea as well as her time.
Just as I looked forward to the quiet intimacy of the
tea, I also looked forward to the many times I was invited
to set at the bountiful table at Aunt Louise's house.
Aunt Louise was my da.dy's sister and lived on
Granger Drive not too far from our house. My cousins,
many of whom still live in Perry. and I grew up together
and kept a.,trail cleared between our houses from the,
constant travel back and forth.
I am from a family of five children, but Aunt Louise
had ..almost., twice that number of children and I loved to'
go. to her house. Not only was there always someone to
play with, .you always knew if you were there at meal
times you, would be limited to join the other children on
the bench. When I think'about it now I am overwhelmed
by the love this small woman carried inside her as she
filled the large table with food. Never once did I hear her
tell a child to go home to eat. In fact, there were timed
that I would find a spot on. the bench, look over and see
a kid that was not a cousin but just happened to be there
at the right 'moment to share the food. Didn't seem to
matter a bit to Aunt Louise." To her a child was.a-child no
matter who they were and she was content LrWd them
all. "v ..
The meal .was -always preceded by Aunt Louise asking
us to bow our heads for the "blessing." It must have been
a beautiful sight to God, ..to. see the vast number of
assembled children, heads :bowed as thanks was given
for his goodness to her family and for the food provided
for the day's meal. .
Aunt Louise was a beautiful woman with long auburn
red hair that she kept twisted up around her head,
probably no more than five foot tall. I can still see her as
she would go back and forth from the kitchen to the
dining room bringing dish after dish of delicious food. I
can't remember her sitting at the table with us too often
as she stayed busy serving her guests. But, somehow,
even though she wasn't seated with us, she was a part of
the flow of conversation that: sprang from the numerous
family and guests seated at her table.
To some it would have souiided like. utter chaos, but to
us cousins and any others that showed up it was a time
of refreshing for body, soul and spirit, as we sat at the
table enjoying the food, conversation and each other.
My Aunt Louise taught me the generosity of sharing
what you have whether it be a full-course meal or a
peanut butter sandwich. She also taught me the wisdom
to welcome the unexpected and to glean the lessons the
unexpected could bring,
Delores L. Walker can be reached at edmwalk@wtindstream.net


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A-3 Perry News-Herald October 6-7, 2006


Local businessman may face


multiple drug-related charges


A local businessman was lid~se. .
arrested last Friday after a traffic "After a short conversation with
stop and search revealed several Kellow, I told him .that I was just
incriminating pieces of drug going to give him a warning about
paraphernalia, the violation, but that I was going
According to Taylor County to use my canine partner, Jeremiah,
Sheriffs Office K-9 Deputy 0o walk around his vehicle," said


Harper Gibson, a traffic stop was
made on a green Fordliini-van
Friday evening, around 7:45 on
Springhill Road for the vehicle
not using headlights after
sunset.
"I spoke with the driver, Robert
Owen Kellow, 38, and asked him if
he knew why he had been stopped,
to which he replied 'The
headlights, right?'"
During this time, TCSO Dep.
Timmy Murphy spoke to the
female passenger and identified
her through her drivers


Gibson.
During a free air sniff, Jeremiah
alerted to the presence of the odor
of narcotics by scratching on the
driver's side door handle.
After that, the vehicle was
searched. < .
During this time, a bandana
wrapped around several item 7as
found, according to Gibson.
"As I opened the bandana, I
found five syringes with needles, a
glass container with an unknown
, clear liquid, a contact lens holder
with an unknown white powder


residue inside, a copper pipe with a
small piece of rubber on one end
that I recognized as a pipe used to
smoke crack cocaine and a plastic
bag with several pieces of burned
Brillo pad (used sometimes as -a
filter in a crack pipe)," Gibson
said.
"The Brillo pieces field tested
positive for cocaine," he added.
Kellow was arrested and
charged with possession of drug
paraphernalia and transported to
the county jail.
All of the items in the bandana
were seized as evidence, according
to Harper, who also said some of
the items would be sent to a'
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement lab for testing, while
others would be kept for trial
purposes.


Olson honored by award


OLSON
Continued from page 1
the horse market. The housing
program. with many local partners.


Clay ...O
Clay Olson


is just getting started, but Florida'
Housing Coalition states that for
every $1 spent on mortgages
$6. is returned to the local
economy.
"The scripture says that God is
the one who establishes the work
of our hands and those talents and
abilities are His as well, and that
we should be a people eager to do
what is good," Olson said.
"I have thoroughly enjoyed the,
work arid hope to continue in this
vein as long as I am given health,
direction, life and breath, thank
you."
'Olson, as extension director,
provides educational programs in
livestock production, homeowner
horticulture, soil testing, timber
production and other agricultural
and natural resource areas.
He obtained his bachelor's and


master's degrees from the
University of Florida.

TCDA meeting
canceled
The Taylor County Development
Authority board meeting 'regularly
scheduled for Monday, Oct. 9, has
been canceled. The next board
meeting will be held Monday, Nov. 16,
at noon, in Capital City Bank.

TCHS holds
SAC meeting
A School Advisory Council (SAC)
meeting will be held Tuesday, Oct. 10,
at 3:15 p.m., in the Taylor County High
School conference room.The public is
invited to attend.


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Fall Festival

Methodists cook breakfast, welcome community


The First United Methodist
Church Merry Makers and United
Methodist Men will host their
annual Fall Festival and Pancake
Breakfast on Saturday, Oct. 14, in
Memorial Hall at the church, 302
N. Jefferson St.
The United Methodist Men will
serve a breakfast including
pancakes, sausage, juice and
coffee, beginning at 7 a.m. Tickets


are $3 for adults and $1.50 for'
children.
The Country Kitchen will be ,a
showcase of pies, cakes, candies.
brownies, preserves, pear 'relish'.
and specialties like homemade,
bread. .
The Christmas Corner will:
display holiday ornaments and.;
decorations, as well as items for .
Halloween and Thanksgiving.


Another feature of the festival-
will be the Vintage Table of
Yesterday's Treasures. Glassware,
what-nots, collectibles, kitchen
items, linens and all kinds of
treasures will be offered.
"Begin the day .with breakfast
and then browse in the festival
until 12 o'clock noon," urges Mary
Dees, on behalf of the Merry
Makers and Methodist Men.


Reunions


Bon voyage
Before the Jr. Miss contestants make a "voyage back in time," they took a trip to Taylor
County's coastline for a picture at. Keaton Beach. Thirteen contestants will vie for the title of
2006 Florida Forest Festival Jr. Miss and showcase the "voyage" theme in choreographed
style. You're invited to see the show Saturday, Oct. 7,-at 6.p.m. in the Taylor County High
School gymnatorium."


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A candlelight vigil will honor tables which have en
place settings because of domestic violence.




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The descendants of -Georg
Wilhelm Dice III and Lavinia
Denmark Dice will gather for the
annual Dice Reunion on Oct. 8 at.
the Perry Woman's Club from ,.
10:30 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Family members and friends are
encouraged to attend, and to bring,
a favorite covered dish and dessert
to share.
Levingston, Ross.
Lashley & Wood
The Levingston, Ross, Lashley
& Wood family reunion -will be
held Sarurda5 at Forest Capital '
Park, beginning at 11 a.mi. All
friends anid relatives are urged to
attend, and to bring a cot ered dish '


Empty place setting honors

victims of domestic violence
A candlelight vigil, and survivor .speak-out will be held at the Taylor
County Courthouse on Wednesday, Oct. 11, at 6 p.m. in observance of
Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
"The empty place setting is a visual reminder of the deadliness of
domestic violence," said Debra McGrew, local director of Refuge House.
"Murdered victims of domestic violence can no longer maintain their
place at the table in their home or community, so we honor their memory."
McGrew said -n addition to this table setting acting as a remembrance,
she hopes it serves to cause social change. "E\ er) person has a right to be
free from violence 'and oppression, regardle; s of'their gender', race,
relationship, income, social status, sexual orientation, religion, age, mental
or physical ability."
She invites the community to be a part of this vigil, as a show of support
against domestic violence in this community.


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Maternal great grandparents are Wanda Rostkowski and the late
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Paternal grandparents are George Curry and Lynn Monk of Perry.
Paternal great grandparents are John and Jo Curry of Perry and
the late Rufus Wiggins and Ms. Geroma Wiggins.
Hanna was welcomed home by her sister,
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"The niece said she went to her
house and contacted her boyfriend
who went there also," the report
said.
The niece said a little while later
that Poppell's daughter, who is
married to a Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) officer,
arrived at her house and assaulted
her, grabbing her by the throat. She
allegedly pushed her (the niece)
over backwards on her washing
machine on her carport.
About this time, Poppell and his
son-in-law arrived. The report goes
on to say that Poppell, his daughter
and son-in-law are accused of
going inside the niece's residence


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without being invited, where truthful in a former interview. Poppell entourage into
Poppell verbally assaulted the The son-in-law added that while (as Poppell, his daughter
boyfriend. Poppell was in the niece's house, in-law had said)," the re
:The niece's boyfriend also said speaking to her boyfriend, "I "The son-in-law late
'P6ppell told him that "he could get wouldn't talk to a dog like lying about this in his ii
every lawman in the county after that." FWC and said he didn
me." He also added, that after the invite anyone inside. Si
Poppell also is accused of night's events, Poppell, his Poppell were together,
saying, "I'm the law and I have a daughter and himself "talked over reasonable to believe tt
degree in whip --- and will have the events of the night and agreed didn't hear the niece inv
the law rain down on you." on a story." inside her home."
The confrontation went inside Troelstrup said the son-in-law Poppell also admitted
the house, and turned more was going to be written up for his son-in-law to drive
physical after which Poppell and being "untruthful." niece's home because
his family went home. "The investigation shows that couple of drinks.
During the investigation, some the niece 'was forcefully placed in statement, Poppell adrr
parties were interviewed by her car as she described. This was was not fit to report for
different agencies. also stated by Poppell in his a level two violation
Poppell's son-in-law was original interview'," the report policy."
interviewed by Rice and FWC Cpt. said. Because of Poppell
Troelstrup, who said Poppell's son- "This constitutes a battery under during that evening, a
in-law admitted to not being Florida statutes. This also own admission that he"


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among local groups

UNITED WAY
Continued from page 1
consist of at'least five local citizens, to review the applications and
conduct interviews with each agency prior to recommending how the
funds will be distributed. Once IAVBB approves the distribution, the
funds will be disbursed on a quarterly basis.
The amount in question is $85.000. which will be invoiced by Nov. 1.
The organizations % which requested-funds the is year from the county and
will be considered for funding b3 UWIBB are: Su'wannee River RC&pD
Council, Civil Air Patrol, Taylor County Senior Citizens Center, Boys &
Girls Club, Taylor Leadership Council; MainStreet, Refuge House and
Early Learning Coalition.
Representatives from UWBB and he. count, will meet next year to
review the process and decide if it will be continued for the next year's
budget cycle:' "
"The United Way of the Big Bend is pleased to offer this collaborative
partnership to the Taylor County Board of County Commissioners, for it
benefits the human services agencies that provide needed assistance to the
residents of Taylor County," UWBB President Kenneth S. Armstrong said.


constitutes a violation of TCSO
policy, which makes it a
commission of a crime, which is a
level five violation.
"Poppell later changed his
statement to say that he helped his
niece into her car 'like you would a
lady,' and denied grabbing her in
any way.
"This constitutes TCSO policy
for 'untruthfulness in an official
proceeding, which is also a level
five violation.'
"The investigation has shown
that the niece was battered at her
home by Poppell's daughter. This
was also medically documented
two days later when the niece
received treatment. The medical
letter from that treatment stated
that swelling was still present.
"It is not reasonable to believe
that after having been accused of
beirg a burglar, thief, cocaine user,
being forcibly removed from
Poppell's property and being
battered by Poppell's daughter,
under her own carport, that the
niece would have invited the


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which is a level two violation,"
according to the investigation.
Poppell's employee file shows
that he was suspended without pay
for 16 hours in April for
"untruthfulness not in an official
proceeding." He was again
disciplined in June for "absence
without authorized leave/failure to
report to'duty." He was given 11.5
hours leave without pay for this
violation.
The case has been forwarded to
the State Attorney's Office, which
will decide if or what charges may
be filed against Poppell and other
members involved in this case.
Poppell has worked with TCSO
intermittently since 1977.

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Keaton Beach

Fishing Report __



Everything, is biting!


By PAT McGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Fishing has improved with the
cooler weather, much as
anticipated, as 'the following folks
had luck inshore with live pinfish,
live shrimp, Assassin Shrimp
Cpocktails and Berkley Gulp
shrimp ag well. Most chose to
hang their baits under a Cajun
Thunder while some bounced jigs
to land their fish.
From Sandy Beach Manning, in
charge of all lodgings at
gofish@keatonbeachmarina.com,
the following reports:
Guys fishing weekend,
Raymond Newton, Bill Starr,
Jimmy Lawson, Ralph Pippin,
Wayne, Pippin and Unk Henricks,
all from Forsyth, Ga., Dick
Pollack of Freeport and Larry
Carolton of Newnan, Ga., fished
,Tuesday and Wednesday with
-Berkley Gulps under Cajun
Thunders in 5-6 feet of water.
They had close to their limit every
day.
Stan Hall from Macon, along
with -his uncle, Bob Spiller from
-Tampa, caught their limit of trout
.and redfish Friday using live mud
minnows in 2-4 feet of water
while fishing with Capt. Audley
Catalano of Rabid Mullet guide
service:
Happy 11th .birthday to Kyle
Stewart of Madison! Kyle wanted
to go fishing at Keaton Beach for
hig birthday. He brought mom and
dad, Ken and Theda, and friend,
Avery, all from Madison. They
caught ,five trout and seven black
sea bass.
Art Watkins and Arthur Watkins
of Clayton, N.C., down for the
wedding of Gena Crouse and Jamie
English, got in some fishing with
Craig Harvey of Dekle Beach,
The' fished Saturday morning
using live shrimp, kept one trout
and three reds in shallow water (2-
3 feet) using live shrimp.
First-timers at Keaton Beach,
anglers Lee White and Jeff Heath,
along with son, Ty, stationed at
the Marine Base in Albany, Ga.,
caught Black Sea Bass, four trout
and a short grouper (He wanted to
make sure we reported he did not
keep the grouper), using Berkley
Gulps under a Cajun Thunder in 2-
4 feet of water Saturday.
Lynn Carswell came in with her
fishing report quite excited! Their
group was Lynn and Cliff
Carswell from Albany, and
Robbie and Leslie Kirk from
Acworth, Ga. They caught a little
of everything, lady fish, Spanish,
trout, Black Sea Bass and Blues in
. 5 -7 feet of water using Berkley
Gulps and cut bait under a Cajun
Thunder. She said they saw a 4-
foot tarpon jump out of the water
and then realized it was on their
line! The tarpon jumped out of,


the water several times before
breaking the line. Lynn said they
chartered a tarpon trip down south
and did not catch one. ,
Sunday, Geraldine, aka Deannie
Weenie, Paul and son Patrick Faye
from Albany caught five trout and
two reds in 2-4 feet of water using
Gulps under Cajun Thunders
fishing south.
Another guy weekend! Winston
and Graham Hill, Mike Munoz,
Mike Hessford, Mike Suggs and
Daniel Lovett, all from
Jacksonville, caught five Spanish,
three flounder, nine trout, plenty
of Black Sea Bass in 4-6 feet of
water using live pinfish and.
Berkley Gulps under Cajun
Thunders..
Sunday, Robert and Beck) Sims
from Scottsboro, Ala., had fun
while catching a bunch of short
trout and landing a 14-inch long
Black Sea bass and a Hammerhead
bonnetheadd) shark. Becky caught
her first-ever redfish (21 inches
long) while fishing with a live
shrimp under a Cajun Thunder.
Here's one for the record books
folks!-
David Sermon of Lakeland, Ga.,
called this one in to me. Seems he
and his -brother,. L.J.' Sermon of
Tallahassee, went fishing last
week and L.J. was casting a
Johnson Sprite gold spoon in 5
feet of water off Dekle beach and
hooked, fought and landed, wih
some effort, (they had to chase the
fish around with the boat) a 28-
inch long Gag grouper on the
flats! The spinning reel had 20 lb.
test on it and "after quite a
whlile.:.we landed it," said David.
(A, gag 28 inches would weigh in
the neighborhood of 15 -17 lbs.
on average.)
>Offshofe report! Yes, folks an
actual report from offshore at
Keaton! Thursday of last week;
Steve and Chris Hendley of
Valdosta, Ga., brought back one
red grouper, one gag grouper,
seven red snapper, 15 triggerfish
(one of my favorites!). some
porgies and grunts. The Hendley
boys reported using live pinfish
and wouldn't you know it
squid...of course? 75 feet held the
magic for them.
The Woods 'N Water 'fishing
team, Billy Pillow, with Cal
Beanblossom, and Ben Barbee of
Sylvester, Ga. on board Billy's
Team TripleFish 29 ft. Triton had
a limit of 15 grouper, including
one red over 14 pounds and two
gags over 11, six red snapper, to
seven pounds, an AJ and a
triggerfish. They fish from 38 to
68 feet of water and fished with,
everything, but the kitchen sink,
including pogies, pinfish, pigfish,
squirrel fish, cut Mackerel, frozen
pilchards and frozen cigar
minnows.


Killer of 3 Rivers dogs gets 12 months in jail


A Wacissa man who, was
arrested on felony charges of
cruelty to animals after officers
with FWC said he shot three, dogs
which had came onto his private
property while running deer on
Three Rivers Hunting Club land,
was sentenced to 11 months and
29 days in jail last month.
Florida Fish and. Wildlife
Conservation Commission Game
Warden Stephanie Wilcox said that
she and Lt. Rocky Clement
responded to 4005 O'Neal Grade,
private property just inside
Jefferson County and owned by a
Tallahassee man, Charles Allen,
to a hunter responsibility
complaint.
According to Wilcox, Allen said
that he had shot and killed three
hunting dogs and after shooting
the dogs, .he called a friend to


come and track a wounded deer. .
FWC spokesman Stan Kirkland
said that the dogs, all Walker
hounds were either tracking a deer
or running .a deer when they
crossed onto Allen's land.,
Kirkland also said the owners of
the dogs had attempted to head
them off before entering the
private land, but had been unable
to.
Wilcox said Allen told her that
he had removed the collars and
tracking collars from the dead
dogs, smashed the tracking devices
and theri submerged them in water.
The two firearms Allen used, a
Marlin 30-30 and a .357 Smith &
Wesson, along with the collars
and tracking collars from the three
dogs, were seized.
Allen was transported to the
Jefferson County Jail, where he


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was charged with three counts of
cruelty to animals and three second
degree counts of criminal :
mischief.


The majority of Three Rivers
Hunting Club property is located
inside Taylor County, and has
approximately 540 16cal members.


District tourney Monday

TCHS golfers finish


regular season 14-0
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team finished its regular season
this. week with a perfect 14-0
record as they head into the district-'
tournament Monday in Madison.
The Bulldogs, with a team, total"
of 165, defeated Country Side
(170) and Oak Hall (202) in a
nine-hole' match. Tuesday at
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Religion


A-7 Perry News-Herald October 6-7, 2006


Church's pumpkin patch heralds season


Need a pumpkin picture?
Perry Wesleyan Church will have a Pumpkin Patch from Oct. 2-31, open
every day from 2 until 7 p.m. "We are at our new location, 1012 S.
Washington St., at the old Grace Methodist Church behind Fast Freddy's,"
said Gary M. Gossett. "There will be pumpkins of all sizes, gourds and
corn stalks, with activities planned for Saturdays. If you wish to schedule
a field trip, please call 352-650-8580."
Women's conference planned Saturday'
On Sunday, Oct. 7, at 10 a.m., the Temple of God will host a women's
conference led by Dr. Brenda L. Caldwell, who founded her own
motivational consulting firm that contracts with organizations throughout
the country and abroad. She has more than 12 years' experience as a
speaker for conferences, workshops, school assemblies, retreats and other
special events. Everyone is invited.
60th Homecoming at Perry First Assembly
"Remembering the Past, Looking Forward to the Future" is the theme
for the Perry First Assembly of God's 60th Homecoming celebration
Sunday, Oct. 15.' The celebration begins at 10 a.m. and lunch will follow
the morning service. (There will be no Sunday School.)
Special music will be provided by the Thompson Family. The Rev.
Randy Brummit will present the morning message.


Men are invited to lunch today
The monthly gathering of men that includes lunch and a brief
inspirational message by the Rev. Eddie Blalock will be held today
(Friday) at the M.A. Rigoni Cookhouse on North U.S. 19 (north of the
former Highway Patrol Station).
Lunch will-be served from 11:30 a.m. until 12:15 p.m., followed by the
message which will conclude at 12:35 p.m.
The cost is $5; all men are invited.
Do you worry a lot?
If you find yourself worrying a lot, Pastor Byron C. Hughes hopes you'll
find your way to Wednesday evening Bible classes on "The Worry
Disease." The church, Glorious Rain Church of God Of Prophecy, is
located at 110 E. Maurice Linton Rd. and offers these classes at 7 p.m.
Big weekend at 1st Church of God!
The Perry First Church ,of God, located on Highway 221 North, will,
have its monthly sing on Saturday, Oct. 7, at 7 p.m. featuring The
Kirklands and "Living By Faith." Snacks will be served at 5:30 p.m.;
everyone is invited. Then on Sunday, the church invites everyone to the
dedication of Cannon Hall, honoring the life and ministry of James and
Ruth Cannon. The dedication is planned for Sunday, Oct. 8, at 1 p.m. at the
church, located at 1915 N. U.S. 221.


Obituaries


Earnest Lamar
Patrick Jr.
Earnest Lamar Patrick Jr., 73, a
longtime resident of Perry, died
Oct. 4, 2006, at Hospice House in
Tallahassee.
Mr. Patrick graduated from the
University of Florida in 1959 and
moved from Gainesville to Perry at
that time. He began working at
Buckeye Cellulose Corporation as
a mechanical engineer. He retired
from Buckeye after 35 years. He
was a member of the First Baptist
Church of Perry and the Perry Elks
Club.
His wife of 53 years, Sarah
Frances (Brown) Patrick, preceded
him in death.
Survivors include: one son,
Earnest Lamar "Rick" Patrick III
of Valdosta, Ga.; two daughters,
Linda Wiles and Barbara Patrick,
both of Perry; one sister, Mary Ann
Rains of Madison; two
grandchildren; and 2 great
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Oct. 7, at 3 p.m. at First


Baptist Church of Perry with Eddie
Blalock and Glenn Baker
officiating. Internment will follow
at Pine\ie%\ Memorial Gardens.
Family members will receive,
friends today, Oct. 6, from 6 until 8
Sp.m. at Burns Funeral Home,
which is in charge of
arrangements.
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to: Big Bend Hospice,
1723 Mahan Center Blvd.,
Tallahassee, FL 32308; or First
Baptist Church Building Fund,
P. 0. Box 1119, Perry, FL 32348.
Johnny King
Johnny King, 53, of Perry, died
.Sept. 28, 2006, at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital.
Survivors include: her mother,
Dorothy Pettway of Perry; a son,
Eric King. of Perry; a step-son,
Keith Smith of Perry; a daughter,
Khalilah King of Perry; four
brothers, Dr. Courtney Woodfaulk
of Perry, Nathaniel Cray of
Brunswick, Ga., Thomas Pettway
of Gainesville and Theodore
Thomas of Rochester. N.Y.; two


sisters, Winifred Bishop and
Brenda King, both of Tallahassee;
and two grandchildren. .
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Oct. 7, at 11 a.m. at
Stewart Memorial A.M.E. Church
with interment following at
Springhill Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends today, Oct. 6, from 4 until 8
p.m. at Evans/Walker Funeral
Home, which is in charge of
arrangements.
Vivian Green
Vivian Green, 65, of Perry, died
Sept. 30, 2006, at Merrigan Place
Family Group Home.
A native of Perry, she had been
living in Tallahassee.
Survivors include: a sister, Ossie
Green Moody of Syracuse, N.Y.; a
brother, James DeWitt Green of
Perry; and an aunt, Annie Stephens,
of Midville, Ga.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Oct. 7, at 2 p.m. at Mt.

ruBst yor juure o me


St. Johns Christian
Fellowship


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


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


Nurserv ad Children's AMiisty Provided
(located at the intersection of Puckett Rd. and Golf Course Rd.)
Mark McElfrpsh, pastor 584-7251 2
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r2006 Homecoming


Sunday,



featuring

Lauren

Talley
in concert


Oct. 8


The public is cordially invited to attend.
Service & Singing at 10:45 a.m.
followed by Dinner on the Grounds

Calvary Baptist Church-
2959 Golf Course Rd. Jeremy Lundy, pastor
A nursery will be provided. ,
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In Memory of
Lonnie R. Goff Sr.
January 26, 1951 October 2, 2005
"Fishing in Heaven"
Daddy/PawPaw


A year ago today you were:
Lost in the sea...looking for a home to be.
The time you gave to me may have only been
temporary, but memories of you will be held in our
hearts forever. We long for your love, we long for
your touch, we long for the memories of you,
Daddy/PawPaw.
We hope that you are truly in a place where someday
we will be too. That would take away the pain
and the loss of you.
Love You Always & Forever,
Lonnie Jr., Khristal & Rachelle


Olive M.B. Church with interment
following at Springhill Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends Saturday at 12 noon at the
church.
Evans/Walker Funeral Home is
in charge of arrangements.


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You are invited
to join us at the


Ash Street Church of Christ's

2nd Annual Ladies Day

"Godly Women of All Ages"

Saturday, Oct. 7, 2006


Registration is at 8:20 a.m. &
activities will begin at 8:45 a.m.
with lunch to follow at noon.


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

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


In Memory of
Jimmy E. White
Dec. 11, 1937- Oct. 2, 2005
"Daddy"


A year ago today you were:
Lost in the sea...looking for a home to be.
The time you gave to me may have only
been temporary, but memories of you will
be held in my heart forever.
I long for your love, I long for your touch,
I long for the memories of you, Daddy.
I hope that you are truly in a place where
someday I will be too. That would take
away the pain and the loss of you.


Daddy, I love and miss you!
Sherry


f rry First Church of God
Sunday School 10-00- 10:45
..l 'Worship Service 11:00- 12 00
PChildren's Church 11:00- 12:00

." Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
-: .-,,_, SunChoir Practice 6:00 -6:45
Nursery provided with adult supervision 9:45-12:00 Sunday Service 7:00 8:00
Mike Hicks, pastor Wednesday Night
Youth Group 6:00 7:30
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992 Study Group 7:00

CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2959 Golf Course Rd-

Sunday Worship Services _
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10:45 am Morning Worship
S6:00 pm Evening Worship
8:00 pm Adult Choir Practice
Calvary. Baptist Youth meet each
All area youth are


Wednesday
Discipleship Training 6:00 pm
Programs'& Bible Study for all ages!
Bring the Whole Family
Monday Night 6:00 pm.
invited.


/ IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
CATHOLIC CHURCH
qvS SSIES:
Sat. 6 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m. &: 10:30 a.m.
CCD &N Adult Education Classes
Sunday 9:00 a.m.
2750 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 584-3169
Rev. Slade Crawford, Pastor j

OFirst United Methodist Church


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


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

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601 West Ash Street


Sunday School 9:45 a.m,
Worship 10:45 a.m.-


Sunday Evening
Wed. Bible Class


6:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.


Visitors Welcome
Church Ph: 584-6155 Carl Desmartin: 223-3210

Keep Your Eyes

Upon Jesus
"God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present
help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though
the earth give way and the mountains fall into the
heart of the sea." -Psalm 46:1 t 2
For more information please contact
Lakeside Baptist Church
"A Place to Call Home"


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


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


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Cards of Thanfks


Volunteers sought for AARP Tax-Aide


Padgett
-The family and friends of Pam
Padgett would like to thank
eyejyone for all the support and
donations. It shows how when a
tragedy like this happens, not just
fariiil,_and friends pull together,


the whole town pulled together and
we deeply appreciate each and
.everything that was done. A
special thank you to Perry Plaza,
South House, Michael Lundy, and
especially the Refuge House.
Thank you all,
Nancy and Family


Keffle
I would like to thank the
churches and the community for
their prayers and love for me.
Quincy Kelley


Taylor County Board of County Commissioners invites
the public to the


Grand Opening for the

New Perry-Foley Airport Terminal

Tuesday, October 17, 2006
4:30 p.m.
401 Industrial Park Drive
Perry, FL 32348

The new terminal is the only category 5 hurricane-resistant facility
.-- in Taylor County. The new terminal will also serve as the county's
alternate Emergency Operations Center.

We look forward to sharing this special occasion with you.

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local volunteers to train to be tax
assistance counselors for middle
and low-income taxpayers.


Interested persons, with computer
literacy and basic skills, should
contact Peggy Williams at 584-
2690 or Holly Bankey at 578-2004.


"When tax season nears,
volunteers can plan to donate four
hours a week in this worthwhile
endeavor," said Williams.


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Community


B-1 Perry News-Herald October 6-7, 2006


KR visit
DARE Officer Darell Upshaw (front left) and Taylor County Sheriff's Office (TCSO) K-9 Deputy Harper Gibson recently
visited Jack and Jill Early Childhood and Educational Center, where they spoke on gun safety and the dangers of drugs. "We tried
to reinforce to the children that drugs are bad and to stay away from them, and enjoy their lives
drtLg free," he said. Upshaw is shown with K-9 "Jeremiah," while Gibson is shown with "Kilo,
the newest TCSO K-9 who is still "in training." n B


Free workshop tells how


to have a 'firewise 'home and


" The Florida Division of Forestry
(DOF), in conjunction with Taylor
and Dixie county officials, will
host a free interactive workshop
entitled "How to Have a Firewise
Home" Thursday, Nov. 2, from 6-8
p.m., at Steinhatchee Community
Center.
"Homeowners need to treat
wildfires like any other potential
disaster because over 101,000
acres burned throughout Florida
this spring. Dry weather combined
with debris left from recent
hurricanes has created dangerous
conditions in and around many of
our communities. This unique
event is designed to show
homeowners in Taylor and Dixie


counties how to make their homes
and communities safer from
w ildfires." DOF officials said.
WVorkshop topics will include:
the wildland/urban interface, why
homes burn. fire's natural role ifn
Florida, conducting wildfire risk
assessments, firewise construction
and landscaping, and the national
Firewise Communities/USA
program.
All participants will receive free
firewise materials as well as a t-
shirt. Refreshments will be served.
Representatives from-the Florida
Division of' Forestry .will be on
hand to discuss this important
issue and to answer questions.
To register, please call Christine


Denny or Peter Colverson,
workshop Coordinators with
Pandion Systems, at (888) 372-
4774 ;or register on-line at
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2006 Florida Forest Festival


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Saturday, Oct. 7
Junior Miss Program (TCHS) 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 14
Little King & Queen Pageant (TCHS) 6:00 p.m.


Saturday, Oct. 21
Kids' Parade and Picnic in the Park


10:00 a.m.


Tuesday, Oct. 24
Fireworks (at Perry-Foley Airport) Dusk
Carnival begins (at Perry-Foley Airport) 12:00 noon
Thursday, Oct. 26
Festival Fine Arts Show Reception
(Forest Capital Hall State Museum)
Friday, Oct. 27


Field Trips at Forest Capital Park
Mr. and Mrs. Tourist Reception (Chamber)
Bed Race (Downtown)
Gaslight Antique Car Parade (Downtown)
"Scary Stories" at Cracker Homestead


Cub Scout Breakfast
First Baptist Church
7:00 a.m.


Arts and Crafts
Show
9:00 a.m.


9:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
6:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.


King Tree Parade
(Downtown)
10:00 a.m.


OPENING CEREMONIES
12:00 p.m.
National Anthem & Color Guard
Entertainment--Albany Marine Band, Sandspur, The Return, Karaoke Competition
Storytelling in the Pines Loader Competition ~ Carnival
Festival/Elks Club Dance 9:00 p.m.


For more information, call 584-TREE


Vote for your favorite "Tough Guys" portrait
or purchase a calendar online @ www.FNCAC.org


Locally, purchase your calendar from:
Blue Grass Festival Oct. 6th & 7th, Junior Miss program October 7th,
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Entertainment


B-2 Perry News-Herald October 6-7,2006


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What looks good ir
It's, fall once again For the mo:ie business, the A.- lor i heth
sirnimner blockbuster season is o,'er and it's suill a little the same p.ath.
too ear, tor studios to begin dropping oftl their gone a'3., cnoi
ibs cure Oscar hopefuls into theaters. sides ot the p pl
ENen so. behind the ine liable bulk horror films and Man Of the
teenr comedies set for release this month, there a few including so-me
I ims lurking about that could be true oems. material and br
Predicting the quality, of moi.es in advance is Or Oct 2i. .
a!i'.a s trick\. but based on the earl\ buzz surrounding Our Fathers'
. Ich of the following males. as well as the directing nmen v'. hi' raised
adn acting staffs behind rhenm. odds aue good the, % ill during \Vrl_ Id \
be worth the price of admission. tamnuois phot ogr
Fir'i up is Martin Scorsese's The Departed.' to shov, h.w th,
.pcning toda\. a tale of intrigue and i% olencc bet'. een the '. ar aind .An
thel Boston State Police and the Irish Malia and two The mioe e C.
i! al moles in each organization. The movie, a remake ne\t \ear i b', "L
,f ihe 20i.i2 Hong Kong film "Internal Affairs." sports Eastv..oJd Jep
anI jll-siar cast including Jack Nicholson. Leonardo perspecti' e. Thi
Diot.prio. Matt Damon. Mark \\ahlberg and Martin 'To'ra. Tora. To
Sheen HarboiI fiomni bh
Eail\ (-)Oscar buzz sa Scorsese as w,.ell as se'.er.al v'orkJng smiult.
ineimbers of his cast could be shooting for av.ards. ne\t released thi< ur
February. but the copious amounts of shootriie and ho' tihe; siac-
v'olcnrce in the mo% ice might keep it from [takin,' the top totals.
Itrz'e. East"'.'o.od ha'
. The Departed" is rated R for strong brutal i\ olence. lor the past p-i iasie language. some strong seue,,al content and and mn'n' le c1':1ii!>
diuni material Lelters from
F,.illkwin! up on Oct. 13 is, Man of the Year." a planned. hiwc e
in, lie w which. in a da\ and age v. hen niore and more '.ji\ts atV.a\ fror
people are rurmng to comedians like Jon Stev.art anrd Flag-s ,:if Ou
The Dail, Sh,:,' for political ne'.'.s. begs to- askl. the 'raplic w .Lr i. .
qesiion. "What %would happen if one ot them ran for --si iipennir,,
president--and \ in' Ch(nstiiplhr No
Directed b', Barr- Le inson. the man responsible 'tor pl., ed hb, Hugh
,uch films a, "\'a the Do,' 'Rainmnand Good Cliritiatii Bal
lornine. V\'ietnam. "Man ot the Year' stars Robin Ps'.ch,' i \then
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presidential candidate s> on escalates ti
S\\ ildlias is joined b\ Christopher W.ilken. Lauien While Nolan
linne' I"Ml'\sic Rirer") and Jetf Goldbluin, i turai-sic sonic director'
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6)e audience holdinne the same 'iev. s sa the mno'ie splash .s at the h
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X.,ar about big tobacco and the politicians fighting 'The Presttai-
a r-nt them. djsturbiriL ma,

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\ith the success of the Florida The Sja,. rass festival i.ias her
(tate Blueerass Festi\al the past fitth com'n-petitiori Kall'chiiudi. al.u
9t'eral N ears and the Pickin in the competed at the Norili (e' Geiga
Pi s Festi F al. thich begins toda\. Mointaim Fair iin 2l'i114 ind 2111.15
iuegrass music is takin,' root in In October ,ot 2 05 hlie placed
Tavhor Count,,.
Local southh .-nna Kallsclnudt.
l. has taken up the %iolin and
Jddle and has been pla ng tor to i
years. She has made the most of
l at tune.
SThi' past May. Kallschnudt won V
ir[t place in the Interniediate
,iJdlers di% ision at the Florida
Folk Festin\al in Whilte Springs
Before that. she took first place ,
ir: ti,: intermediate carecor', of the
th Annual Sav. :ras, Fiddle
C.,'iltsti for Children and Teens in
M.icanrop, on Aprinl hAlona ih a
itr-, phy,. .5iit and a ne, 'tohlin b-in "'"'' "
she also % on a private les-on v.irh h- '
Master Fiddler B\ron Bciline
' It v as magraninious.
cKallschmidt said of the e\perence. Anna Kallschmidt
SS,. began taking lessons Irm thud in ihe ,c.uli th I', is n ...1 i l.he
Alic, 1irrimmon lhocallt, and .o,,n N- orth Florida State. Fa.- Fid:,ll
joined the Tallahassee S\ mphlon C-n.nrte-t. and in March ol iliV ',ear
jY'uthl Orchestra and Tallahi.-ce st-he pla,.d ,ec.-,nd in hn i Juniiior
FJdicr'.. She i; presenil, a -tudenit Fiddlers d ..i-,n it lithe Spiinr
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er or n.:t "Alan ot the Year" will follow
it s too earlI to sai, but the pretets
iigh lokes tit keep people trom both
uical .iena laughing.
eYe.,n" i rated PG-13 tor language
crude sexual references, drug related
ief lolencce.
the Clint Easitwood-directed "Flags of
i, due out. telling the stories of the six
the I S. flag at The Battle ot Iwo Jlima
Aar 11 ii rmortalized in one of the most
raphs from the \. ar The mol ie sets out
at one photograph affected the soldiers.
ieric.
ill be followed later this l ear ior early
letters from iv. o Jima." also directed b\
ictitg the battle from the Japanese
is is snirirlai to: the wa ai the 1970 film.
ra.' depicted the 1942 attack on Pearl
,th Jides with t o separate producuons
aneous. \\itdh tv.o separate films being
me around. it v\ill be interesting to see
: up against each other in bo% office

S been a favorite among Oscar voters
%cal ,ear- and it's likely\ both director
d be a contender come aw% ard season. If
Iwo .lima" is ielea'ed in December as
.er. E.asioodl could end up stealing
i0 hiti-elf'.
r Fathlers" is rated R for sequences lof
leinc,. and carnage, and for language
Oct 2I0 1 "The Prestige." directed b\
larn, telling the story of ni \al magicians
Jackman i "\-Men "Sswordfish" i and
e i 'Bainian Beeins." "American
Bale s character performs the ultimate
inch ma, not be a trick--theur rivalry
i.- murder
doernt ha'.e the name recogniuon
s do. he quickly established his
tilimniaker vAik .2(l00:s '"Mernmento" and
ia while e neither tilm made huge
ii\ office no one \\as able to miss last
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Ihe directed and wrote the screenplay
-ides Nlicliael Caine., who w\as also in
s and Scarlet Johansson '"Lost in
he I iarnd" i.
is rated PG-13 for tolence and
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petitions

Al a.
It ,.i s it Floinda State Blue
Grass Festi"al here in Perr\ that
she jintied instruction from master
musicians participating in the free
v,,orkshops. She didn't stop ith
the fiddler \workshops, hose\er.
indt instead attended all of the
,iirkslhops offered--base fiddle
iimandolin and banjo.
"TFailor Count)'s hosting of the
Floiid,a Stale Blue Grass Festival
w' as such a highlight for our wk hole
coilmunit,, but it was especiallJ,
encouraging for our local
musiciians." Ga\ Kallschmidr.
rAnna s mother, said.
'Tihee are so man\ talented
people in Taylor Count\. Man\
times ,,ou v. ork and lise right
I.e ide people and ;ou don't e\en
realize the gilts and abilities the\
Ii'.e. It is heart w.arming to see
hi'. _easniied musicians are so
..illinL to help our ioung people
ati'. anCe in their talents."
At itiis iear's Relai For Life,
Kall.chmidt v.as asked to pla',
'! ith Peti's Ke s<. a Christian band
based out ot Tallahassee.
It v.wa: cool." she said


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Let the Pickin' begin...
The color of the day is blue... bluegrass that is. The "Pickih' in the Pines" benefit festival"
for musician Ernie Thacker begins today at Forest Capital State Park. Lonesome River Barid-,
will headline the event, which will also feature Randy Khors, Kenny and Amanda Smith.--.'"
Melissa King, Ernie Evans, The Wilson Family Band. Swinging Bridge and Bits of Grass:Shown-t,
above, crowds gather during the Florida State Bluegrass Festival held here in April.
Pines, A....,... 5 '


... "' '~ !':

5:30p.m. Ernie Evans 11 a.m. Workshops 4p.m.,-0 Bits ( afO:'.-6,
6:30 p.m. Bits of Grass 12 p.m. Showcase 6 p.m:-W
7:30 p.m. Kenny & Amanda 1 p.m. Melissa King 7p.m. .andy. ir.B,1
8:30 p.m. Lonesome River Band 2 p.m. Swinging Bridge 'B p.m. LonesomefZi.4,
3p.m.- Special Guest Appearance .9..p -
Editor's Note: The festival's schedule and lineup has changed..ince it was publish dIastwe.,e.' i


Learn more about the bands


LONESOME
RIVER BAND
Lonesome Ri\er Band has bleen
one of the most popular and
influential acts on the bluegrass
fesiual and concert circuit since
the release of their breakout CD.
Carrying The Tradition. back in
1991.
That band included current LRB
band leader Sammy Shelor. as .ell
as Dan Tyminsk., Ronnie Bo% wman
and Lonesome Ri e'r Band
founder, Tui Austin Today. Shelor
is joined by Jeff Parker mandolin/
vocals. Barry Berrier bass/ ocals
and Shannon Slaughter guitar/
Socals.

KENNY &
AMANDA SMITH
Winners of the International
Blue2rass Music Association's
prestigious Emergin Artist of the
Year a\\ard in 2003, the Kenn', and
Amanda Smith Band combines
guts\. heartfelt 'ocals. hrillian
instrumental talents and a
powerful, contemporary sense of
song choice and arrangement into
one of the most compelling ne\'
sounds in bluegrass today.
Born of the intensely personal.
musical and romantic connection
between Kenn\ and Arninda
Smith. the band shares an all-too


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rare sense of intimacy and the high school jazz band playing' ..
cohesion where each musician, upright bass to stay active -in',.
feels an almost telepathic music.
connection. Touched by the art of jazz :,he'
pursued guitar but never let goof;:..7,
RANDY KOHRS bluegrass. He soon became a:wel- i.
Rand\ Kohrs was first known jazz-grass guMtanrisr,.
introduced to stringed instruments performing at festivals, nightclubs, *-,. 7;
in Iowa when he was eight years radio and TV. In Auigust.of.200(..0--;'--,
old. Randy's uncle pulled out a he w as introduced tolegend fiddler.`
guitar and produced magic. for the "Vassar Clements" and his-interesit'-
bo\. the musical die %was cast. for bluegrass was resurrected.::-
Enchanted b\ the sounds, he
he.,ded 'ff hio aln eal1j fi_" LMELISSA MINIG .
continues to fascinate him today. Melissa King and Phatgrass are
Randy signed kith Lonesome busy making their mark on tl'.
Day Records and released "I'm bluegrass circwut. [n-the-monthis-_'-,.
Torn" in September of 2004. This that they have been togeptherthey-
album continues to climb have managed to put a "new"-'twist
numerous record charts. The on tradiuonal bluegrass music.-.-
album is currently #6. the single This "new grass" sound hasput-:;
"'in Torn" #5 and his duet with them in high demand. proving they-..'.-
Dolls Parton. "It Looked Good on are the honest "new"l-tfhig fnl !
Paper.' is #27 on Bluegrass the bluegrass scene. Melissa is- -.
Unlimited Magazine National years old and lives near the smafft'
Charts. tow n of Ashford, Ala. '-

ERNIE EVANS BITS OF GRASS
Ernie E- ans' musical seed was Bits of Grass is a hard driving .'..":
planted at age 12. inspired by his bluegrass and gospel band made'.'"...'.
father and local musicians in up of very energetic and dedicate.d&`J.
Northwestern Ohio. The banjo musicians. Band members are.:,',..
soon became his primary Carl Bailey on dobro, Jimmie-*,
instrument and veterann musicians White on guitar. Clint Dockery on-..:-
quickly recognized him. He played mandolin and fiddle. Tammy- -
professionally throughout the in- White on bass and Roger Messeri.''
state area and at age 16. he joined on banjo.
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W1UCTIONS


AUCTION Saturday Octobe
1693 SW Moseley Hall Rd (i
arrived a trailer load of fam
retailer all items must be li
conditioned, comfy seats, c
at 5:30 p.m. Directions 221
(SW Moseley Rd) Turn righ
miles on right. AU691 AB24
.973-2959
10/6 .

SALES


r 7, 6:30 p.m.
CR 360) Just
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ookout starts


Yard Sale Saturday Oct. 7th, from 7- 12.
1130 S. Fair Rd. Behind BP station follow
signs.
10/6


I t1h t ,360U
t go about 8 Multi Family Yard Sale Saturday 7 a.m. -
490 PH 850- until, 2634 Slaughter Rd. First double wide
on right, past Hwy. Patrol Station. Lots of
new stuff. dryer $50, lots of professional
Hair stuff. Clothes all sizes and much
morel Any questions call 838-1361.
10/6


The monthly Sons of AMVETS
Community Yard Sale will not be held this
Saturday, Oct. 7, due to the bluegrass
festival. The yard sale will instead be held
Next weekend. Spaces are available for a
$5 'donation (a six-foot table will be
provided for each space). Wal-ins are
also welcome. 2499 Woods Creek Rd.
10/6SA "
Huge Yard Sale Friday, Saturday and
Sunday Oclober .4, 5 and 6. Chickens,
Guineas Pigeons, some antiques & misc.
Sellers welcome (no clothing) 18486 U.S.
19 Nobfth Lamront, Florida,
-10/4-10/6EMC
"Huge' 3-family Yard Sale Saturday, Oct.
7th 8 a.m. until, in Cribbs Tire Parking lot
on Jefferson St. Children's clothes boy.&
girl, all sizes, name brands, adult clothing
too, a;so house wares and small furniture.


Yard Sale Saturday, 10/7, 8 a.m. until,
Recliner, sofa, tables, chairs, baby
clothes, microwave. Little.of everything.
Foley Cut-off on Lipscomb Circle.
10/6

2 Family Yard Sale 805 and'810
Southwood Dr. Saturday 8 a.m. 11 p.m.
Bicycles, DR table & chairs, records, bar
stools, air hockey table, pet cages and
Christmas items, misc.
10/6


Yard Sale Saturday, Oct. 7, 8:00 12
noon. 111 Marshall Drive, near nursing
home. Clothes, TV, furniture; luggage,
other misc. items.
10/6


2 family Yard Sale Saturday Oct. 7, 8:00 -
12:00 106 EL Primeros Road. behind BP
store. Talking kitchen, clothes, toys,
household items. Computer & desk 4-sale.
$100 Call223-3451.
S10/6
-3 family yard sale Saturday 7, 8 a.m. until
Harrison Blue Rd. Look for signs Also 21'
Parry Barge 14'2" :ardall Cra3t boal.
10/6
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7 1& Perry First A.sembily 01 God Irom 7
a.m.1 noon.
10/6
Yard Sale Friday & Saturday 8 a,.. 12
p.m. Plantation Rd. look for signs. A little
bit of everything! .'.
10/6
Yard Sale Friday &'Salurday Sadler Drum'
4289 US 98 West New tools, electric dryer,
boat gas tanks & 17 inch TV.
.10/6
Huge Yard Sale Saturday Oct. 7, 8 a.m.:-
until,; 3357 Puckett Road, next door to
Woods & Water. Computer, desks, home
decor, furniture, china cabinet, clothing for
adults and children. Something for
everyone and every home. Southwestern
items.
10/6RJ .
Yard Sale at Michelle's Bull Pen, Saturday
8 am. until.
10/6
Yard Sale Saturday 9 a.m. until, Maytag
Washer, chest freezer, furniture, wrought
iron table & chairs, A/C, tools, Mixon Rd.
Off of Foley Cut-off Rd.
10/6
3.-Famiily Yard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. 12
noon, 209 Judson Drive (look for signs)
Lots of Goodie.
10/6
Big Yard Sale Saturday,,Oct. 7. 8 a.m. -
until. 3970 Woodscreek Rd, 2.7 miles west
Highway 19, Lazy-Boy sofa and matching
Love Seat, lighted china cabinet, matching
Dining table with six chairs, coffee table
and matching end tables, 'Hardwood
Dresser with mirror and chest of -drawer,.
,he extra chest of drawer. Clothes,
dishes, and to much to list.
10/6

Yard Sale Oct. 7 from 8 a.m. until.
"Cleaning out, sale!" Items for everyone.
Including 'elec. side grinders disc
-grinders, electric side grinders, assorted
tools, large heavy alum. cooking pots, few
cast iron pieces, assorted dolls, some
antique dating back to 1930's. TY Beanie
Babies (McDonalds Mini's) Collectible
glassware, "Lily Anne" Leather/Fur coat
size 8-10 excellent condition, large metal
filing cabinet, handmade wooden kitchen
cabinet/ Duncan.FHYFE couch needs
repair, (4) bed comforters, Christmas
items, numerous other household, items,
and whatever else we can get out between
now and Saturday. 475 Mack Cruce Rd.
Out East Green St. Past ls stBaptist
Church about 1 1/4 miles towards San
Pedro Rd. Turn left on to Mack Cruce Rd.
and continue to end of rd. phone 223-1688.
10/4-10/6


Inside Yard Sale music boxes, antique
furniture., crafts, denim skirts/jackets,
Christmas items, glassware, toys, baby
swing, sharp fax machine $40, lots, of, nice
items. 2199 E, Ellison Rd, Perry'- Fri. &
Sat. Oct. 6 & 7.
10/4-10/6


MISC-AO


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
2 PC. LEATHER sofa & loveseat. Brand
new, hardwood frames $795, can deliver,
850-425-8374
10/6GCN
Start your own Bingo Parlor. 1 Bingo King
Bingo Machine w/lighted backboardd, 2
monitors, all complete. Call 850-578-2504,
leave message if no answer
9/27-10/20
3 Piece Living Room New Micro Fiber
Sofa, Loveseat, Chair. $650, still wrapped,
stain resist 850-222-9879
10/6GCN
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,
DINNING ROOM' Brand New Cherry
Table, 6 Chippendale Chairs, Lighted
China Cabinet. $850, Can Deliver, Call
850-222-9879.
10/6GCN
Music Lessons Producer/ Guitarist now
available for guitar, string instruments &
voice students, Recording Studio Now
available. Beginners welcome. Call Josh
Noland 850-584-5975
10/4-12/29
For Sale Large carry behind car/truck grill
- cooks up to 60 quarters at a time, $400,
Used gas grill 4 in stock $45 each, CalJ
Mark at South House 584-6021,
9/15tfSH
6 piece bedroom set, new in boxes, must
sell,'$550. Call 850-545-7112
10/6GCN
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
ALL NEW KING PLUSH TOP
ORTHOPEDIC mattress set, Still in
plastic with warranty, can deliver $395,
850-222-7783
10/6GCN

For Sale 1 organ Kimbal nice & ready to
use, great for church or home $350, 1
organ nice and ready to use, great for
church or home $350, 1 piano Call
Mark at South House 584-6021.
9/15tfSH


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(850) 584-7998 ,._
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MISCELLANEOU


Bedroom Set: New King bed, TV Armoire,
chest, 2 nightstands. Retail $3,200,
sacrifice $1000. 850-222-2113
10/6GCN
Trailer/Tilt 5'x8' new $750, T-re land i(2
Hang-on new in box $30 ea.; Factory key-
less entry system, Ford Tui,: rnew 'ib150,
f250 Grill $50; 4 BF Goodrich tires, low
miles, 275/65/18 $280;; Trailer frame 14'
$300; (2). Farmmaster gates? gal'' 4'.8
.,'hog panel never used I.5 ea. ,T meal
door $25, il'SCAR Tierr, abl Ia 1.)
Baby bed & changing lable ?.10 e.a metal
building "2'..40' ,fi 0i'0 ,Call 5.4 -.7iii
10/4-10/6DG
Almrr:, New 2 lamps, RCA 25" TV, 2 end
tables, coffee table, 6' n iJ.'.e eat[ io:i
rest. $,56 all. Call 'rhomr.i ,.78-..'i.,i ,or
(cell) 838-9670
10/4-10/6 .
Cherry sleigh bed $250, solid wood, still
boxed 850-425-8374
10/6GCN.
1 desktop computer & printer w/lots of
software, 1 flat bed scanner Call 584-6365
after 6 p.m.
10/6RJ .: .- "
OUEEN ORTHOPEDIC PILLOWTOP
MATTRESS' SET New in rl~it,-,
warranty. $275. 5 222-2113.
10/6GCN
Wanted items for Brorn,. ', Ranger Tires/
Tires & wheels 235/15"-30x9, 5x15". front'
bumper, receiver 'hitch, back bumper for'
F250/ F350 chrome, also steel poles 584-
7003. /
10/4-10/6DG


For Rent: Retirees: 2 bed/2 bath house
near Keaton Beach. Very private gated
entry $650/mo including electric, adults
only, no pets. References. Call 850-578-
2356 for appointment.
10/4-10/27/
For Rent 2 bed/ 1 bath home in a quiet
neighborhood. Call 584-5'154.
10/4-10/13


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NOW RENTING
Elderly, Handicapped & Disabled
1 Bedroom Apartments Available
Handicapped Units Available

Central Heat/Air Laundry Facilities

Rent Based on Income--Basic Rent
We Accept HUD Vouchers

Stonegate Apartments
544 Puckett Rd. Perry, Fl. 32348
-1(850) 584-7888
VOICE/TTY ACCESS 711 Opportunity



NOW RENTING

1 & 2 Bedrooms Available
Handicapped Units Available

Central Heat/Air Laundry Facilities

Rent Based on Income--Basic Rent
We Accept HUD Vouchers

Pine View Apartments
427 Puckett Rd. Perry, Fl. 32348
^-: (850) 584-8995
-. '. VOICE/TTY ACCESS 711 Equa Housng


WANT TO BUY

Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars
Pocket Watches Diamonds
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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
Commercial Building For Lease Down
town building. Brand new, 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area All internet and :.:.ri, equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realry ai 850.58.-44Cil,
7 12rirSGR
Mobile Home sites fir lease. City water,
P.E; Elec. Lips,:omb Circle 584-4516
9/20-11/1
Southern Villas of Perry
Looking -For Applicant.s!
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 BR HC
and non-HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8S00 to 5'00 MonrThurs Call
350.584.8111 TDD 'TY' 711 315 Pucl'ert
Rd Perry, FL 3234'7 Equal- Housing"
Opporlunity
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for lease, electric.:, waler ga;,S arnd trash
. removal included only i,26u monthly. Call.
Select Group Really ,, 850-584.4401
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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.
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Now taking applications for 4 bed/2 bath
house. In town. Just remodeled. Central
H/AC. Very nice, clean, quiet area. $675
mo + $675 sec. No pets. References
required. Proof of income required. Call *
584-6256.
10/6-10/18
Very Nice 2 bed/ 1.bath singlewide.
Central H/AC,3 miles from Keaton Beach
$525 mo + $525 sec. No Pets references
required + proof of income. Call 584-6256.
10/6-10/18,

Mobile Home for rent; Beautiful Roberts
Aman'Rd., very quite n-cbiie h I:,me park,
newly remodeled *ingiw.,a, 2 b-,l 2
bath, new appliances, ..iih ..'ir,-r and
dryer. References required; $650 per month
+ $650 security deposit, call Paul 850-567-
1523.
10/6-10/11
TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
Accepting applications for 1, 2 and 3 br
HC and Non-HC accessible Office hours
8:30 to 4:30.Mon.- Fri. Phone 850-584-
6842
500 S. Warner Ave
Equal Housing Opportunity
10/4-10/27 .



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


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* Will Pay for Certificate Exam!**


Lake Park of Madison is looking for compassionate, quality-minded, self-starters
willing to take an intensive 15-day course at no charge that prepares you for
the State of Florida CNA certificationrexamination. If successful in passing the
course, you are eligible for an job at.Lake Park of Madison until you can get
your CNA certificate.***

The next CNA Exam prep courseis\.Offered every day for 3 weeks, Mon.-Fri.
8:00-5:00 starting Monday, Oct':.ber 230 2006, at 8:00 a.m. and ending with a
graduation ceremony on Frid', tJn .'emtber 17, 2006. The course is offered at
Lake Park of Madison Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, 259 SW Captain
Brown Road, Madison, FL.

If interested, please call 850-973-8277, Human Resources Department.
*Must pass course for free tuition
"Must .:i .:n-i i, iii':,,-, .:-r Ii- certification exam.
***Must get certification within 60 days of hire.
Lake Park of Madison is an Equal Opportunity Employer and adheres to requirements
of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act in selecting employment candidates and employees.


Inside and- Treasures & More Glassware'
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
Yard Sale We buy..caCl us! Collectibles
Set-up; H, 1 Sl e i a 4- Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19S. 838-1422.- 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


6! Joint

F_, *






Early ird 6 :p.mi
Regular 7 p.m.

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


i


For Sale 2 lots, Borders .orange and.
Waihn,rt.ori St. Call 223-2627 or 838-0851 .-
.10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/2 .
1 acre cleared off Spring Warrior asking''
$32,000. Call,223-2627 or 838-0851.,
106 10/13, 10/20, 10/27 :
For Sale' rinonqualiring assumption $45
tee .30C0 d.owri.paymenil '371 plus $100
lot rent rmucl tbe nm.wed by 8.1,,(17 2 bed,'2
.[in, 16.80 1 Syiihn Siove, ret ,washer. '
dryer garden rub walk-in shower Really
nice' home e'.inriirg loan Ihrough.
V.arn, erbuill Morlgage'Co. will consider
rent.rin g at 600 month. -ls. last -ec
d ep 8s'l mI. i80'1 move r -. Prefer |o sell Call
1.0/6-10/18
For Sale By Owner: .65 acre lot, high/dry -,' '
arnd liial :,n therSuwanne.eRiver jusi above .
Mayo. Blue Sprirn. s lJevw 4" well and '
septic system, bSur.vev includinQ TOPCO
Ready to build.. i,150 ,ii00 O Phc.rie 850.
371-0071:. '
9/29-10/25
3. bd/1 bath house on 1/3 city block. Jew'
roof, general repairs less than 2 years old:'."
Rented at $350. Price $27,000. 602,W:.'^
Bacon St. 584-4678.

Brick home For Sale By Owner, 6515
Beach Rd. 3 bed/2 1/2 bath on almost 3
acres, $165,000. Call 584-4836.
10/4-10/27 -
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) 658-1-346 or
S(850) 584-7466.. ,' -
tfEF ;,
3 BR/2 Ba Ranch Home on 2.56 acrsatj ,
588 E. Rgbert's Aman Rd. New laminate"
wood and tile ilooring ihroughoul updated
kitchen and appliances 1199 000 Easy 10
show! Call 223.402 or 672.0990
8/30tfnSP .
:omm.rcial Building f:r 'sle 1 .
,d 1ad.:,c-' Furnilure IE dil ri,. Ga 85o--:
,4-c', i Pelw ec,:-rer ., ,' ':,
7/19tfnBC.
Beautiful New Homes of Merit 2 bed/ 2.
:.'alh D.WMH ,:,n i 3 ler,ed a:,re- include,
Tiniriye.* ame.1 ,7r iyt9i:i JiiUti r..li 1 .iic l
9/20tfPC" ,.: vl :v

For Rent: Triplewide mobile home 3/2
ready f,:.r mr.o e i, .
For Sale Tipl.%wv.de 3/2 central, air,.,
stainless steel appliances on one acre ,.
fenced; Single wide 3/2,. central ,airp,5i.A
appliances on one acre fenced
Doublewide 3/2, central air, appiarnce-.,
pool, shop, immaculate! Many more -:
financing available to qualified buyers..
Big Bend Properties, Inc.
Jerry W. Cawthon, Broker
850-578-2898
www.bbpfl.com
9/15-10/6


big deals !!





Parts Counter Sales Representative
Perry, -Florida Local John Deere
'Construction and Forestry Equipment
dealership p has an immeda'iae- opening, for a
paris Counier Representative Self-
motivated individual winh cusomEr service
skills will be responsible l.:r pro,:essing
orders for telephone and walk-in
customers ..hipping. receiving and
warehousing parts. Previous auto or heavy
?equipment parts : and/or mechanical
e.e.perience preferred Computer s.iis and
o. hh Ii operation required We onter a drug
Iree w:orl environmerl co'mpeitil.e pay,
evCell'enI health and denial benefits,
401 I1 Reliremeni and Prol, Sharing Plan.
Appicaions a:c'epted at 3033 Highway 27
East in Perrv or Email resume to:
hriT.aragPrai lirntholdings cjmrn
9/20-10,6
, Help Wanted experienced in wood
Workrig needed but will Irain grhl person
muSi be dependable .and willing 10 work
Call 850-584-3340.
10/4-10/13
Pro-Line Boats Hiring welders and boat
builders. Benefits include health and ,
dental insurance, paid vacations, paid
holidays, 401K, and a progressive pay
scale. Apply directly at 1520 S. Suncoast
Blvd. Homosassa, FL EOE/DFWP-
10/4-1:0/13
Experienced HVAC/R service technicians.
with a minimum of 5 yrs experience.,
starting wages $14-16/hr. Call 850-584-
3626 .
8/23tfnAR -
Aucilla Christian-Academy is currently
ac,:el'Tring appii: aii ,:. for a bu-. driver
-,om on Mu' l 1j1tr, e fhr- be willing to obtain)
a :CDL. class. B with P, .and S.
,-ndor.-.i e er, i.. Ai'o mus be.a. positive,
Chr,r.i,an role model For mr,rep irilnarmiTaliojr
''r i1 apply, piea-,e c:ni.a:.i the school at
997-3597
104i -0,6 A .. -
Heavy Equipment Mechanic /Welder
-,:al J :hr r D 'er ,dal-r, hip; i, c.:.'kng or
,n -"..p ni.:r ,:id lrechi.-iCidn I,-' di ri.:,',;e
r ,pair and pr,.id Q'd. -r al Taini- ria,:. lor
con t'rucii.:,rn nd lroire'-ilr .mquipm':ril i/ ll
al:. be rspan.r" bl lor v I,-ldng and
labr:,iha:r, Mu:l h ia'e lull r3aiQ, of l, I ,l
be cu,'rlo:'mer s.r. '.:e ,'iroenid ajrd require
rirl ,,~,;r:[, n ,r W e*',her iildrt-I-, w ri -'-
e r,..li;:,r, nm, ,ri ,:.,.,T .- i "-.. pa, .:.':ell "i
health, and. dental benefits. 401(k)
Reliie'rnirt and Pr.:,il S'haring Plan
Applici:aliors a:':eplred at 3?(i Highway 27
Ea.l in Perry or Ermail re.:,iume to:
hrmanrager@flintholdings.com
9/20-10/6

Experienced convenience store manager
needed. Call Ware Oil at 584-6666 or fax
resume to 584"-63`39 Ware Oil is an equal
opportunity employer of drug: free
workplaces.
7/7tfnWO


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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 budget.
individual will act as company point of
contact with customer representatives and
participate(IPT), which is comprised of'
company and customer representatives.J,
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
-ilCegheri n'rrarln-elecitronirs" ,:cT,
(allachrrenis ir MSWord accepiedl or mail
to MEl 10625 Puceill Road. Perry FL
* 32348 Attn Human Resources Director or
as., Io (850) 584-2012 Only qualified
candidates will be contacted for 'nierv'ie*
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
SRussell Rd., Suite Bi0. Tallahassee, FL
32301 Email: Tirevelii'superlube corn
9/29-10/6SL .
Repair & Maintenance Opening for a
general purpose repair, and maintenance
person. FLi 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, Fl32348.
9/1tfWO

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
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


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


Make big bucks with just $1. See how at
www.craftyboon.com
9/20-10/13
QUALITY ENGINEER Manufacturer of
ordnance products requires a self-
motivated quality, engineer with ability to
apply statistical techniques to controlling
and improving manufacturing process.
.B.S. in Engineering.required. Six-Sigma
land/ 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
Roll-Off Site Attendant $6.49 hr./ Call in
Entire job.descriptions and requirements .
can be viewed at www hibiriicni orm or
Taylor Employment C'onneiciiori: 1 7i2 S.
Jefferson St. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County i, an EOE .'-P DruQ
Testing/ Background C-ihecl, Emplo.yer
9/29tfnBCC .
Administrative Assistant II
The Adrmirisrtraiive As-iianit li asi'.tiS
Court Administlraion Adminriistlralnv
Services Department and the Farrmily
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.
nformalion ViSit wwW jud3'J 1courls orfj
Submit 3 cover letter resume Siate of
Florida application, and ihree referen-rice-r
to:
.Jacquetta Bradley, Human Resources
Manager
P.O. Box 1569
Lake City, FL 32056
ADA Compliant/EOE
9/27-10/6TJC

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 ihe legal
system and civil court procedures Salary
'$36, 115.32 annually. For further
information, visit www.jud3.flcourts.org
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


-0$

, 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




Also known as tug boat rope 2.5 OD, $1.00
a foot, lengths up to 300' long call Lee 584-
2827. '
10/6-10/27
Uniden Solara offshore Radio ,it, arnenna
new in box. $150 Call 843-7220 Glenn.
10/6
1985 Jayco designer series, 35 foot with
Goose neck-hitch 3,500 needs some work.
Call daytime 838-3062. Evenings 223-
2405
10/6
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
1 999.Lowe's Motor Boat (16 ft) with.
Hummingbird Fish Finder Ir'hlling motor 3
heater, 50 hp Johnscrin mTiior wiiri only )40
ojur orn ihe mi T.lc r a Iiec well. rlaI lop
jeaulilul,-ndijll.on $7 000 i?,850, W, *.781
.. '29-'.10' 1 1
1994' Stumpnoc'er 60 HP Mercury good
condition $, 50*ir Call 85i-584-9084 aner :
6 p.m.
9/27-11/17


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


Responsible couple, looking for a 3 bed/ 2
bath house or mobile home located
outside of city limits. Will be willing to put.
a reasonable down 'payment. If any
information Please call 223-1213 or 672-
0693 ask for Bonnie.
10/6-10/25
Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. Wanted Isuzu and Toyota
trucks for export. 386-688-3999.
* 10/6S
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 onh. a;'that run Call
386-344-3930,
7/14-1014 '"
Looking to buy a life sized leather baby
hippo, hand made in India, last seen in an
Antique Shop on Hwy. 27, 'south of Perry.
Shop is now closed. Please call 813-677-
12 or 813.482-3531
10/4-10/13 -


I


1997 white Dodge, 1500 4x4, 318v8,
loaded, $3500 OBO 850.584-7792.
9/29-10/6
1996 S-10, 4WD, white. Call 850-684-9084,
?/27.11,1
For Sale: 1995 Volvo, clean and runs.
good. Call 584 8598
9/27-10/6
.2002 Ford Windsor $6300, Call 223-3993
10/4-10/13
'98' S-10, 5 speed, good condition A/C lots
of extra's tool box, x-M ready, etc. runs
greatly $3,000 OBO 850-510-3847.
10/4BG
1988 Mustang GT High Output 302, New
tires, positrac dual exhaust Cold A/C,
bucket seats, center console. Priced right
for quick sale $3800 OBO/part trade Bud
'Chute 850-843-0127.
10/6-10/18
1977 Chevrolet Silverado. 4 door, camper,
special crew cab, dual wheel small block
V8, chrome simulators $2800 OBO/part
trade Bud Chute 850-843-0127
10/6-10/18
2000 Ford F150 Lariat, ex. cab, great
shape, leather, A/C, all power, V8,'
automatic, bed liner, reese hitch, 84,000
miles, $9500. Call 584-0950. after 7 p.m.
10/6-10/18
For Sale One owner, 92' Cadillac
Brougham, great shape. Call 584-9303 ask
for Susie Luther. $3000 Firm,
10/6-10/11


Come one.. ; c
,come aIl! |

PERRY ELKS



Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
305 Puckett Rood ,




Mini Pincher puppy for sale Pure Breed
w/papers 3 month old female black and
ran. ears and tail cropped. Shois and
wormed cage and bed. Working to much
and can't spend time with puppy. $500
Call 850-378-2713
10/6-10/11 .. '
Low Cost Pet Vaccinations!
Saturday 10/7 from 12 noon 2 pm at
Country Time Feed in Perry. Dog Cal and
.horse vaccination specials. Heart worm
test & Coggins., Heart worm and flea
prevention available. Pick up your flyer
today at Country Time Feed.'
10/4-10/6 .
FREE to a good home 2 mini dashunds.
fixed, red/ red btn. male 12 yrs, female 8
yrs. great companion codis, good with kids.
Call 850-223-3149
10/4-10/6
FREE 2 male beige kittens to good home.
Will separate Please call 584'8731after
10am
10/4-10/6 '
Chocolate Lab'. Puppies, $100 each 6
boys, 2 girls left. Ready for a loving family
October 25th, Daddy is AKC registered.
Mom & Dad both on-site. Call 838.2490 or
352-356-0721
10/4-10/6
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 584-920 .
9/27-9/29 .


J D 's Tree Service
Licensed and insured
also grind stumps. C
Firewood for sale.
tfJD

A- 2 Z Farm and La
Harrowing, bush hog
rake work and corn
Tree trimming/ rer
services. Call 584-67
4/12ffn -

The Handyman e\per
Alfordable proleso:
insured Spe-.ia3"z,n'9
interior. etc mobile
maintenance, pressure
concrete) carpet, ,iny
tile, and repairs Call
584-3776 loni':el.25
tfJM
STUMPG
Al
PRESSURE
Free Est
Call Bill'
838-1307
3/10tfnBB
MURRAY
Lawn
Licensed a
Commercial &
mowing weed eati
flower
FREE EST
S Homelo850
(Celli 850
9/8-10/4
Bush Hoq Mowing
Work. Larnd C learirin
850| 843-2187.
9,29-12,29
Palm Trees Done P
experience, stump g
Licensed & Insured.
0290


B-5 Perry News-Heraldi October 6-7,2006




e and Lawn Care. ':
, Free estimates. We NOTICE OF PUBLIC '.EE.IlhG rne Distile t
aill today 838-1280. Board of Trustees of North Florida Z:
Community College will nola irs regular
monthly meeting Tuesday. October 17.
2006 at 5:30 p.ni..In the NFCC Student
-"Center Lakeside Room, NFCC, 325 NW_. -,
wn Services Turner Davis Dr-., Madison, FL. A cbpy of'
mowing, dirtleveling, the agenda 'may be orbained
plete lawn services. writing: NFCC, Office of me President. -
moval, dump truck ,' 5^ IA' Turner Davis Dr. Modlson. FL-'
37, 32340. For oisobliiyv-relotd. -
accommodoti:-.ns. conroc rhe, NFCC
Office of College Aa-oncement, 850
973-1653. ijFCC is on' eaual .
rts LLC, honest work! access/equal oDo.:nuniTv employer
ional. licensed and 10/6 '
g in house painting,
'home repairs, home
re washing (wood and
to,, -Aa n-ee givenrto rMary 0 nNee
V wood l hi erari Dr. '1:, Fir.,,nciOI Inr unless payment '
S584.2,270 home or n made a o oi, o Viorw
years,. i ,..ire."- t58251 tar lowing seivie -
; r, 3' i.' Ji ';ei'i.:ie iii Ioe aucrtonea
.:.n ir, e nr, aay or OcloDer. 2006 of 10
3RINDING am at Thomas Cnie,roiel 2138 Hwy'19
EWASHING. 10/6
timatesll-
y Blue at I..h .:e .: Pjubic Hearng --'
or 672-0955 He.,h.,,g Dare roIlvember 7. 2006 --'
u i7.leC i 7-1 Heaoing- 1 Norification '- .
p.rii.i .'gua di.ns of an emergency
SERVICES The C'-i.r.:c Scnool Board of Tavlor:_'
Care coJin%, .*.iii rld a ouolic hearing on the:;-
indBonded ab.'e Cacre fior approval of soIct.
& Residential. sule,:t itrem this nearing will be held alr
ng. shrubbery care, the .v-. .: o. nad m peering the publir-
r bedsl opirn,:.r: concerns tne public hearirig
TIMATES!!! will De r.si.a r tIhe odmlnistrotive-t
D-584-.8420 corr.c.ie. icn..col board meeting room. .
371-0530 :' i r,..'nr, Cal, Sireer A copy of Ttl:-'
c..:.i ,' rrm, De obroained from fthe
,;jp,rienderrs( l O ice
Dozer Work, Rake '.ar r H.'a.
Fe ,.Estes C :ehron, en t Schools
1 Free Estimates.. Call ,j,, en.. c, S, h/o .-
tu ii i,'IF 10125 il/i7-=


rofessionallvl 20 year
rending, tree-trimming,
Call John at 350-672-


MOM & POP
LAWN SERVICES
(850)843-7579


SLLC, Jeff Wilson- Tile installation, Tile
repair: reg-rout concrct coaling Call 838-
5929 '
5/5tlnJW
Brenda & Teena's Home Cleaning & Lawn
Maintenance Service. Will also consider
ailingg down old homes, buildings, and
mobile homes. Phone 850-223-2477 for
quote on your home or lawn.
9/27.10/17
Wholesale Transmissions used & rebuilt. I
also buy old transmissions for Cores. 850-
8.13-2904, or 850-584-3193.
3/8tfnRS
CARPET & VINYL
installation and repairs done at a good
price. No overhead. Direct savings to you.
30 years experience. 850-838-9050.
Please leave message.
01/04tnBR

TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING
UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET .
CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours -
584-CLEAN
(584-2532) "


GULF COAST ,a
METAL 53'Wide

ROOMING Gaivalume

Full line of 3' Wide
accessories in stock Painted

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


S' FOR SALE



Parts & Service Calls

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



DOCTORS' MEMORIAL

HOSPITAL

Employment Opportunities

Licensed Practical Nurse, Madison Clinic, Full-Time
Receptionist, Perry Clinic, Full-Time
Receptionist, Clinic Float, PRN
Receptionist, Mayo Clinic, PRN
File Clerk, Perry Clinic, PRN
Home Health Registered Nurse, Full-Time
Surgical Services or Tech, Full-Time

HR Phone: 584-0866/Fax: 584-0661
e-mail: dianam@doctorsmemorial.com
www.doctorsmemorial.com
Drug Free Workplace, Equal Opportunity Employer


KIITI


I Alma Kay Vann will not be responsible
lor any debts cther than my own effective
September 27, 2006.
9/2710i20 '
I, Waddell Foskey Jr.. will no longer ba-
responsible for any debts accrued by;.-
Gwerdolyn Sue Foskey. or any oh et
debts other Ihan my own effective Octobe--"
4 2006.
10/4-10/6
I GWENDOLYN SUE FOSKEY, wilt no-:
longer be responsible for any debts--
accrued by WADDELL FOSKEY JR., or
any other debts other than my own
effective October 4, 2006
10/4-10/6

PRICE REDUCED!
1989 Bronco XLT :







'5.0, 4x4, automatic, excellent
condition, very well maintained.
excellent interior, cold A/C, tilt,
cruise, power windows & look,
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 PoppellRoead..

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

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


As a manager, you will receive:
A base salary plus monthly bonuses

A comprehensive medical benefits program
An extensive "hands-on" training program

*A fun and friendly atmosphere


Do you have energy enthusiasm, and a track record of sales
growth, creative marketing and employee development?
Now is the time to get your career going.

Also, we are looking for
Assistant Manager and Shift Leader Positions
We offer a great work environment and fun place to work.


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