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Forest

Festival
The fun continues this
Saturday, Oct. 21, with the
annual Kids' Parade &
Party in the Park. The
parade starts at 10 a.m.,
in downtown Perry.


The annual "Fabulous
Festival Fiveworks" show
will be held Tuesday,
Oct. 24, at the Perry
Foley-Airport. The show
begins "al dark."

News



Forum

Join Teen
Council today!
Are you between the ages of 13-18
and interested in learning more about
how to become a leader, get involved
with your community and participate
in a variety of activities at the local
and state level? Then now is the
time for you to join the 4-H Teen
Council.
The Teen Council will hold its first
meeting Tuesday, Oct. 24, at 3:30
p.m., at the local county extension
office.
For more information please call
838-3508 or e-mail lwiggins@utl.edu.

Rollings returns
for book signing
William Rollings returns to Perry
Friday, Oct. 27, for a book signing at
Kmart from 5-7 p.m.
Copies of his book, "Jump Start
Your Day" will be available for
purchase.

Wear it with pride!
Show your Florida Forest
Festival spirit by purchasing a
commemorative t-shirt, on sale now
at the festival office (located next to
the Perry/Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce).
Shirts are $15 each and feature
this year's "Forest for Us" logo.
Festival organizers also remind
residents that reserved parking
tickets are "going fast--so get yours
today" The parking passes are
$5 each.
Also, the 5K. Run/Walk has been
cancelled for this year.
For more information, please call
584-TREE (8733).


Index
Looking Back...page A-2
Living.:.page A-4
Sports...page A-6
Religion...p r eA-7
Ent.ert,inrr1enrt...pg -2
T'. Listing,5...page B-3
Cl issifieds...page B-4


Today
r"- Low: 71
_. 20% High: 85

Saturday
20% Low: 63
High: 79'
.-Sunday
S30% Low: 57'
30%- High: 78'


From Magnolia Bay developers to county




Land for parking, new annex?
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A de\ elopmeni agreement which
promises land for additional public
parking near the Keaton Beach
boat, ramp, as well as a county
annex, has been reached between
the Taylor County Commission
and the developer behind the
proposed Magnolia Bay Marina
and Resort.
The $700 million project is
being funded by Dr. J. Crayton
Pruitt.
According to the agreement, the
county would receive four, acres of
land for parking for the Keaton
Beach Boat Ranip and 30 acres for
a county annex in addition to the
developer deeding over the public,
ramp and associated pararng
proposed ,for the project" .
'Due to the, unpiegedented size of
the dovelopmeni, a committee was
. established in !June by the
commission. consisting of- Comty
Commissioner .Clay Bethea,
County Attorney Conrad Bishop,
Coquty' Administrator Buddy
Humphries and Danny Griner with
the building ,and'' planning
department,"' to negotiate with
Pruiti's limited liability
corporauon. Secret Promises.
The commission, as well as
attorney Trey Howard for the
project, was, careful to point out
that the agreement does not
guarantee that any future land use
change request or environmental
permits will be granted.
Bethea began the discussions,
describing the process the
negotiating team went through to
reach the drafted document.
According to the agreement,
once the project is completed, the
developers would deed to the
cudity the public boat ramp and
associated parking. The developer
would maintain and operate the


facilities, and may charge a fee
"consistent with the ramp fee
adopted by the county."
. In addition, the developer has
"offered to local, state and federal
law enforcement agencies the use
of' two 30-foot wet docking slips
next to the helicopter landing pads
for local enforcement and


management."
A four-acre parcel located near
the existing Keaton Beach boat
ramp would be provided to the
county for additional parking
facilities. A 30-acre parcel would
also be given to the county "for a'
county annex, which may include a
K-8 school, library and athletic


fields, day care center, hurricane
shelter, sheriff station, fire station,
emergency medical facility,
administrative offices and other
related local government
facilities," the agreement states.
Both parcels would be provided
as unimproved lots.
Bethea also pointed out ihat' the


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7' The 2006 United Way Campaign officially kicked-off Thursday. United.Way.6oificidals?,.' ".
as well as representatives from area agencies and business, took- part -inrMthe annualO
"Kick-off Breakfast in the Park. This year's goal for the campaign is, $20p Q0
Shown above are; front row (from I to r), 2006 Campaign Chairman;,;ql..Da in
Kvih Kidd, Dan Sirtimons, Diane Rigoni-Parker, Glenda Hamby and Gampal 0-i
-,Rick. Brown; back row, Shirley Scott, Heather Mitchell, June Evanhd a'id ar
Wentworth. '


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Madison questions commission


on coal plant,


The City of Madison sent a letter,
,to the Taylor County Board of
County Commissioners recently
with questions concerning the
proposed 800-megawatt, coal-fired
power plant and the resulting
increase in train traffic.
The letter, dated Oct. 11, was
approved in a 3-2 vote of the
Madison City Commission, during
their meeting Oct. 4.
'"The City Commission of the
City of Madison, has some
concerns regarding the possible
transportation of coal through the


City of Madison for the proposed
coal plant to be located in Taylor
'County," the letter begins.
"Have the routes for the
movement of coal to Taylor
County been determined? Is there
any information concerning issues
with coal dust as it is transported to
a power plant available?
"There is an understanding that
there may be a new rail built
around Perry to avoid the coal cars
going through the City of Perry. If
this is being pursued, what is the
possibility of the coal cars being


railroad bypass


routed around Madison
County?
"We would appreciate any
information regarding the facts of
where Taylor County is with the
process of approval and how the
transportation of the coal will be
handled. There is concern about
possible environmental impacts to
Madison County and we would
like to be assured that we will be
informed.
"We appreciate your cooperation
and understanding in this
matter."


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A $5,000 grant awarded to the TCDA from Taylor Energy Center will be used for the
relationn of a strategic economic development plan for the county. Above, TEC Project
'gaager Mike Lawson presents a ceremonial check to TCDA Executive Director Rick
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The letter is signed by City of
Madison Mayor Judy T. McGhee.
County Administrator Buddy
Humphries presented the letter to
the Taylor County Commission
during its regular meeting
Tuesday. Commissioners made no
comments nor took any action
concerning the letter at the
meeting.
Earlier this month, the coal plant
developers committed $5 million
to the City of Perry toward funding
for the proposed railroad bypass.


developers agreed to fund--
upfront-any road improvements-
necessary due to the project, even-.
though a new law recently-passed
and expected to go into effect later
this year, would onlN require a "fair ,..
share" to be provided. The county ,
would then reimburse.- the
developers through reductions in
any subsequently. passed impact
fees,within'the county.
According to the agreement, the
Please see page 8

United Way

announces

'record goal'

of $200,000

The 2006 Taylor County United
Way campaign officially kicked-
off Thursday morning on its way
to a record goal of $200,000.
Campaign Chairman -Daryll
Gunter announced the new goal
during the annual "Kick-off
Breakfast in the Park."
Last year's goal of $185,000, was
exceeded with the -organization-
raising more than $190,000.-:-' .
"Remember, someone out .their.
always needs it more," ULrred-
Way of the Big Bend- Vice-.
President for Resource:
Development Heather MitchelE
said. urging those present to
donate, no matter the amount. -
"Taylor County is amazing," shie
said. "I wish we could take w tdia
you do here and bring it to other
counties. You really are a model."
Gunier recognized the
campaign's co-chair, Rick Brown;
as well as the agencies represented
which receive funding from'the.
United Way.
He also noted that several
organizations have already begun
raising money, including Taylor-
County Elementary School.
which kicked-off its campaign last
Friday. Oct. 13, raising some
$2,000.
The event ended with a drawing
between the agencies present for a
portion of the funds raised by the
$5-per-person breakfast. The .-
winner was Taylor County Senior
Citizens tenter, which took away
$200.
Anyone wishing to contribute to
the campaign may contact Hamby
or Gunter.
City residents wishing to
support United Way may include
their donations with their utility
bill payments.


From TEC

TCDA is awarded first

'Good Neighbor' grant.
The Taylor Energy Center (TEC) has awarded its first Good Neighbor-
Grant to the Taylor County Development Authority (TCDA). The grant,
which will include an initial contribution of $5,00. \vith-the potential for
an additional $5,000 in matched dollars, will'hdlp fund the creation of a
strategic economic development plan for the county.'
The plan was presented to the selection committee as a crucial step in
the local economy's growth and development. Currently, the TCDA
forecasts its economic development activities ore year at a time. limiting
its ability to set and achieve long-term goals. This new plan % ill-provide- --
government leaders with a better understanding of the condition of the
local economy and its potential for growth in thb long-term, accorAing to
TCDA Executive Director Rick Breer. .:. j :" ''', '..,
It will also "provide direction to, maximize the potential for 'bcal-
economic development. As we start to better understand our local
economy, we will be able to make better decisions that positively affect all
of our citizens by raising the standard of living," Breer said. "Businesies
will flourish, government revenues will increase' arid the overall standard
of living will improve for residents in Taylor County."
"The TCDA has shown us that their goals are a good match for our Good" ..
Neighbor Grant program," said TEC Project Manager Mike Lawson. "We
are proud to support such a worthy organization that is focused on the
long-term growth of the economy in Taylor Cognty." ,
The Good Neighbor Grant program was established by TEC to prob ide
grants of up to $10,000 each for programs and ppriojcts Jinolving
environmental education, econorhic development and outdoor recreation.
Applications for the grants are reviewed twice each year. The next--
application period closed Oct.-15; the next grant will be awarded by the -
end of the year.
For more information, contact Angela Comst ck at 223-2700.


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A-2 Perry News-Herald October 20-21,-2006I''


Bird's eye view
On Saturday, Oct. 28, downtown Perry will welcome thousands of visitors who will line Jefferson Street to watch the annual
Florida Forest Festival King Tree Parade roll by...and if you plan to be among those, take a moment to reflect on your historical
surroundings. As evidenced by these 1906-07 photos from the Florida State Archives, downtown Perry boasts as wealth of old
buildings which are nearing the century mark. The top photo shows a bird's, eye view looking southwest. over the
Jefferson/Green Street intersection. The bottom photo is a bird's eye view looking northwest.


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THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
October,21, 1971

TEENAGE 'FUN TOWN
AND KIDDIELAND' TO BE
FESTIVAL FEATURE
A big new feature was added to
the 6th annual Florida Forest
Festival with the announcement
that a Teenage Fun Town and
Kiddieland with rides and
amusements for children of all
ages, and adults too, would set up
its midway at Forest Capital Park
during the festival.
Chamber of Commerce officials
reported that the Fun Town show
had been carefully checked out in
various cities where they had
played and that the carnival
provided a good, safe, clean
midway.


You can live for years next door
to a big pine tree, honored to
have so venerable a neighbor,
even when it sheds needles all
over your flowers or wakes
you, dropping big cones
onto your deck at still
of night. --Denise
Levertov
The groves were God's
first temples. --William
Cullen Bryant


glance at the past
m 1.


FESTIVAL ARTS, CRAFTS
SHOW TO DRAW 75 FROM
OUT OF TOWN
The 1971 edition of the outdoor
Artsiand Crafts Show was going'to
be the biggest art event in North
Florida, if Mrs. Annie Poulsen,
chairman, had her way.
In addition to local artists and
craftsmen, according to Mrs.
Poulsen, at least 75 artists were
expected from surrounding towns,
and even some from as far away as
Miami.

CRACKER HOMESTEAD
COMING SOON!
Creation of an authentic turn of
the century homestead, complete
with log house, outbuildings and
everything necessary to make it
completely realistic, was the next
step forward in the development of
Forest Capital State Park.
Jim Southerland, who was


Trees are your best antiques.
--Alexander Smith

For in the true nature of things,
if we rightly consider, every
green tree is far more glorious
than if it were made of gold
"'and silver. --Martin Luther
There is always Music amongst
the trees in the Garden, but our
hearts must be very quiet to hear
it. --Minnie Aumonier


chairman of the Taylor County
Parks Development Authority,
announced that the "Cracker
Complex," as it was nicknamed by
workers on the project, would be
built without cost to Taylor County
taxpayers.
All funds, according to
Southerland, would come from
private local donations and
donations from friends of the
forest industry.

SPIRIT OF 76 TO BE IN
PERRY FOR FESTIVAL
Seaboard Coast Line Railroad's
newest locomotive, "The Spirit of
'76" would be in Perry for the
final day of the Florida Forest
Festival.
The locomotive would be on
display to the public at the crossing
on Jefferson Street and Old Dixie,
Highway.
Appropriately numbered 1776,
the locomotive had been painted in
vivid red, white and blue to display
the colors of the American flag.
The locomotive was being
withheld from regular service
while it made a tour of the 9,000
mile Seaboard Coast Line system.


NEW ARRIVALS ,
Amy Lynn Compton
Mr. and Mrs. John Compton
were the -parents of a baby
daughter, born Oct. 18, at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital, weighing 8
pounds, 3 ounces. She was named
Amy Lynn.


Amy Michelle Fender
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aaron
Fender announced the birth of a
baby girl born Oct. 3, at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital, weighing 7.
pounds, 15 ounces, She was named
Amy Michelle.

SHADY GROVE STUDENT
MAKES PHI THETA KAPPA
Bert Steen of Shady Grove was
among 16 new inductees for Phi
Theta Kappa, an honorary
fraternity whose membership was
selected from the top 10 percent of
the student body at North Florida
Junior College.

MILITARY REPORT
Carl W. Karstedt Jr.
Navy Seaman Carl W. Karstedt
Jr. graduated from basic training at
the Naval Recruit Training Center
in Orlando.
Nancy F. Thomley
Airman Nancy F. Thomley,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Thomley, completed basic training
at Lackland AFB, Texas..
She was assigned to Keesler
AFB, Miss., for training in the
communications field. Airman
Thomley was a 1969 graduate of
Taylor County High School.
Ray G. Pope Jr.
U.S. Air Force Second Lt. Ray
G. Pope Jr., son of, Mrs. and Mrs.
Ray G. Pope Sr., arrived for duty at
Francis E. Warren AFB, Wyo.
Lt. Pope, a missile maintenance
officer was assigned to a unit of the
Strategic Air Command.


By the time you read this week's story. I hope to h
spent three enjoyable days at the beach. -love the b ea.ch..
Everything about the Gulf of Mexico appeals to me:.ji_ -,.r
as it has since I was a small child-and would-spe"i
summers at Keaton and Ezell beaches. By the timeLIw s;,4t
a preteen, my folks had purchased a.spot at Ezell BeadiYi'
and had built a small cabin. As soon as school was- ^
for the summer, the family moved to the beach. oNi
coming to Perry when necessary for supplies. .. '-
Daddy had a cool 16-foot boat that he had painted gra"f'm ;i
and pink that we had christened the "Pink Lizard.". It was y-
conunon practice for daddy to load all the kids A:i, i
residence. crank up the outboard motor with- a quic-kI-, -;
snatch and head for open water for a day of fishing..We-
must have been a sight for passersby as we sped across
the sand marshes holding on for dear life as daddy. '-:
pushed the old Lizard at its top speed. ,.-'i; *.;
Usually we made two stops enroute. The first was -at
the sandbar where we took a refreshing dip in the yellow-.''
hued gulf water and the second was at the bird racks-';!",
where daddy would anchor for a day of fishing. After
daddy passed out the baited cane poles, the conversationt.
would consist of challenge after challenge about -whe,-^ !
would catch the first fish. If you caught the first fish al ,
it was also the largest catch of the day. we milked the''-
event for all it was worth by ribbing the other members;:x- ,
of the fishing party.
Considering tlus. I must admit that daddy. usually: out--
fished all of us most of the time and he certainly holds .1_.,
the record for the strangest fish tale. --
Now understand. I never actually SAW this particular-
creature of the deep. but daddy told the same story even "'.
time so it must be true. right?
According to daddy he had moved the family from.the, .-
logging eaamp:"at.-Cabuir to~-edar- Key about. 19315..hlit"-.
was shortly after a huge hurricane had blown 'thi6rougih-
Cedar Key causing considerable damage. Daddy was
logging yellow pine and other available hardwood witP-
Mr. Bill Chester. While at Cedar Key. daddy became.,-
acquainted with Captain Watkins. The captain was.a' "--
conunercial fisherman and would return to Cedar-Key. :,4
from his fishing forays. Nothing strange about that daddy
would say. "But it was what was following the boat that. .'-1!
was strange." said daddy. -
Daddy's account was that each time Capt. Watkins and.-
his two-sons would return home and tie up at the pier
they were accompanied by a mermaid. "She was the most
beautiful creature with long shiny black hair and milky.,
white skin that glittered in the sun." said daddy.
Daddy said Capt. Watkins never explained heMt
presence nor did the residents at Cedar Key but that she
was accepted as part of the culture that existed along t.he,e.
Gulf.
My older brother Bobby recalls riding on Capt. Watkins'
boat once with daddy. mama and our sister. Marjorie
when he and Marjorie were five and two years old. Bobby
said they went out to the mouth of the Suwannee River-,'
and returned to the pier at Cedar Key. but he doesn't
recall seeing the beautiful sea creature that daddy -'
remenibered so clearly.
Oh well. as has been often said. "beauty is in the eye of
the beholder." Maybe she only .appeared when my "
handsome daddy was around knowing that he could "
never resist a "fish tale" to top everyone else.
Delores L. \talker cart be reached at edmwalk.iu'wndstrearn.ne ,'



K D I October 20-21, 2006


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

DONALD D. LINCOLN
Publisher : ,
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Will appear before county judge today


Stepfather charged for role


in sexual predator's escape


The stepfather of the sexual
predator who eluded law
enforcement for seven days was
given a notice to appear before the
county judge today (Friday) for not
allowing officers into his home as
he allegedly harbored the fugitive.
A manhunt for a sexual predator
who fled from officers ended one
week later when. Warren Justin
Hall, 34, who was serving
probation for lewd and lascivious
acts on a child under 12 (victim
was eight years old), was captured.
On Aug. 25, Probation Officer
Kim Livingston determined that
Hall had committed a curfew
violation, so she contacted law
enforcement to pick him up.
Hall came to the Jefferson Street
probation office with his ankle
bracelet on, and was given
repeated commands to stay in the
office but he fled.
Around 11:30 that same
morning, Livingston and
Supervisor Robert Norton met
with Taylor County Sheriffs
Office Dep. Bryan Hayden and
told him they had already been to
Hall's residence and he was not
there.
The three then went to his
mother and stepfather's Reed Road
home (off Beach Road). Hayden
went to the back of the residence to
make sure that Hall could not
escape through the backyard,
leaving Norton and Livingstoni in

EANoF meets

The Environmental Alliance of
North Florida (EANoF) will meet,
Saturday, Oct 21, from 1-4 p.m.
The meeting will be held at the
Progressive Center (Adrien's
Cafe) in Tallahassee.
Melissa Charbonneau, the Big
Bend Aquatic Preserve, manager
from Crystal River, will be the
guest speaker.
For more information, call (850)
578-2293 or (850) 843-1574.


the front yard.
"At this time, I observed Hall-
looking out the sliding glass door
at the back of the residence," said
Hayden. "Hall was still inside, but
was looking directly at me.
"I motioned and yelled for him
to come to me, and that I was with
the sheriffs office, but he would
not," Hayden added. "I notified
dispatch and TCSO Dep. Scott
McKenzie, who radioed and said
he was enroute."
Repeated attempts were made by
the officers to get into the house,
but Hall's stepfather, Michael
Leonard, 49, would not allow'
entry.
"At this time, while I was in the
backyard covering the back of the
house," Hayden said, "I heard
Livingston yell, 'He's-running!' so I
ran around the trailer to see Hall
about 50 yards away from me,
running across the road into the
woods, with Norton and
.Livingston pursuing on foot,"
Hayden said:
After running about 250 yards in
pursuit, Hayden said he realized he
would not catch the convicted
child molester, so he ran to his
patrol, car and drove around the.
block, attempting to locate him.
During this time, Norton marked
where Hall had entered the woods,
so there would be a scent trail for a
canine team.
McKenzie arrived, along with
TCSO Cpt. Audie Towles, Dep. Ed
Whiddon, Dep. Greg Gulbrandsen,
Inv. Donna Lee, Inv. Ray
Kellerman, personnel from the
Department of Corrections Canine
Team, FWC officers including
Canine Officer "Cricket" Bailey,
and Florida' Highway Patrol
officers.
"I was instructed to watch the
residence in case Hall attempted to
return," said Hayden. "The step-
father disconnected the battery
cable from the battery on Hall's
truck. and I put the emergency'
brake on and blocked the tires with


cement blocks.
"I asked Livingston what
happened at the front door with
Hall before he ran off," Hayden
said. "She said that Hall came to
the front door and she told him he
was under arrest. Hall turned
around and put his hands behind
his back. While she was attempting
to cuff him, he bolted off the porch
and began running into the
woods."
The manhunt went on until
around 6:30 p.m. but was called off
because rain, which had began
earlier, had washed away Hall's
scent and there was no more leads
as to his whereabouts.
A search for the man continued
during the following week, during
which time Lee contacted the
North Florida Violent Fugitive
Task Force.
One week from the time of his
escape, information was received
that Hall was back at the Reed
Road address.
Lee, several deputies and the
task force descended upon the
house. Hall was reached by phone,
and spoken to by his mother,
Leonard and officers until he
finally agreed to turn himself in to
authorities.
Hall walked to the residence
from an unknown location and was
arrested and then transported to the
county jail.
The manhunt lasted for seven
days and involved officers ,from
Department of Corrections,
Florida Highway Patrol, FWC, the
task force and TCSO.
Sheriffs office personnel who
worked the hunt and capture
included deputies Scott McKenzie,
Gregg Gulbrandsen, Lynn
Gilbreath, Harper Gibson, Chris
Folsom, Bryan Hayden, Inv. Ray
Kellerman, Cpt. Audie Towles and
Inv. Donna Lee.
Hall has since be transferred to
Madison County, where the
original offense occurred and his
primary probation was given.


Truck vs.

school bus
A Taylor County school bus
sustained minor damage
when it was struck from
behind Thursday afternoon
on Green Street. At the time
of the crash, the bus was
carrying only one student,
who was not injured. No
other injuries were
reported and the Perry
Police Department is
handling the incident.


Homasassa man, injured


in July crash here, dies


A Homasassa man injured in a
one-vehicle crash in Taylor County
in July died from his injuries
recently, according to the Florida
Highway Patrol.
James L. Hussey, 79, died Sept.
29, at Bay Breeze Nursing Home
in Pensacola.
Shortly after 2 p.m. on July 24,
Hussey was driving a 2006 Buick
traveling north on Highway 19
when "for unknown reasons, he
drove off the west side, of the
highway," according to a report
filed by FHP Trooper Allent
Kennard.


Hussey. "lost control of the
vehicle" which then re-entered the
roadway and began to rotate
clockwise.
"The vehicle skidded off of the
west side of the roadway and over
the. end of a cement culvert. The
left side of the vehicle struck a tree
and deflected off of the tree,
rotating clockwise. The rear of'
the vehicle struck another'
tree and came to a final rest in the
ditch."
Both Hussey and passenger
Maxine T. Hussey, 90, had to be
extracted from the vehicle by


Taylor County Fire/Rescue
personnel.
Traffic flowing north and south
was stopped to allow AirMedic
One to land in the. highway
median, and once freed from the
car, James Hussey was flown to
Shands Hospital.
Maxine Hussey, as well as a
third passenger who was not
trapped in the car, were transported
by ambulance to Doctors'
Memorial 'Hospital. After
receiving medical treatment at
Shands, (James) Hussey was
transferred to Bay Breeze.


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Heartsfield, Albritton

to have May wedding
Gary Albritton of Lake Park, Ga., announces the engagement of his
daughter, Carrie Denise Albritton of Perry, to Jason Brian Heartsfield, the
son of Joe and Teresa Heartsfield, all of Shady Grove.
The wedding will be an event of May 5, 2007, at 5 p.m. at Pleasant
Grove Baptist Church.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of Taylor County High School and is
presently attending North Florida Community College. She is the
daughter of the late Deborah Weekley, the granddaughter of Lewis
Weekley of Crestview and the late Bonnie Weekley, Robert and Margie
Parker of Perry, Lamar Albritton of.Perry and the late Evelyn Albritton.
The groom-elect is a graduate of Taylor County High School, owner of
Shady Grove Grocery and a Realtor with Nature Coast Realty. He is the
grandson of Willie James .and Edith Wilder of Mexico Beach, and Pervis
and Margrett Heartsfield of Shady Grove.
All friends and relatives are invited to attend.


Brittany Elizabeth Mardis
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Carrie Denise Albritton, Jason Brian Heartsfield
At Crosspoint Baptist

October wedding to


join Mardis, McMillan

Don and Amy Mardis of Tallahassee and Terry and Kelley Winstead of
Perry announce the engagement of their daughter, Brittany Elizabeth
Mardis, to Michael Ivan McMillan Jr., .he son of Michael and Carol
McMillan of Pennsylvania.
The bride-to-be is the paternal granddaughter of Mary Mardis and the
late Alfred Mardis, and the maternal granddaughter of Doris Campbell and
the late Marvin Campbell. .
The prospective groom is the paternal grandson of George and Glennis
McMillan and the maternal grandson of Paul and Kay Martin and the late
Thomas Richards.
The wedding is planned for Oct. 27, 2006, at 8 p.m. at Crosspoint
baptist Church. A reception will immediately follow. All friends and
family of the couple are invited to attend.


Michael Ivan McMillan Jr.,

Curious George

visits Happytime
The Early Learning Coalition of
the Big Bend Region and Curious
George visited Happytime
Preschool Tuesday, Oct. 10.'
Staff members from the Early
Learning Coalition, along with
community members are
celebrating Children's Health
Month along with Curious
George.
Happytime's Tammy Sands read
"Curious George Goes to the
Hospital" to the children. Copies
: of. the book were given to
Happytime for future readings.

Salem School

annual reunion

i set for Saturday
The annual reunion of Salem
School alumni, teachers and staff
w; ill be held Saturday, Oct. 21,
;:beginning at 11 a.m.
All graduates, attendees,
teachers and other employees of
Salem High School are welcome.
The school, established in the
small township of Salem, taught
first through twelfth grades.
The reunion will be held at the
: Wood's family home on Bird
Island.
For more information, please
call Clinton Wood (578-2161),
Beatrice Strickland (584-3699),
Janice Byrne (584-9420) or
Lucretia Sheffield (584-7667).

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for modeling
& acting


A-4 Perry News-Herald October 20-21,2006



Honor roll announced


Taylor County Middle School'
has announced its honor students
for the first nine week grading
period. They are as follows:
6th Grade All A's
Ashley Anderson, E laihe
Brannen, James Clover, Laura
Davis, Carmina Ketring, Garrett
McCoy, Thomas Neshat, Jonathain
Thomas, Madison Thomas, Justin
Walker and Austin Wynn.
6th Grade A-B
Lucas Allbritton, Victoria
Allbritton, Lauren Allen, Adam
Anderson, John Arnold, Hannah
Blanco, Bre'Naja Blanks, Rebecca
Blount, Alec Bourland, Jonathan,
Coffee, 'Peyton Cribbs, Adam
Crumpler, Rhea Das, Anna Ferrer,
Keysha Finecey, Justin Folsom,
Stacy Garand, Ashley Giacomucci,
Damion Hamilton, Che',enne
Hoover, i6avin Lewis. Ta\lor
Lilliott, Grattan McGrarIt.'
Unnatiben Patel, Daimeun Praytor,
Al\ son Rilei, Kira Sadler, Shana.
Sadler, Emalee Shaw, Luke
Slaughter, Gus Smyrnios, M-anuel
Smyrnios, Jazzette Taylor and
Caleb Wallis. .
7th Grade All A's
Jabrayla Bell, Lyndsey Carter,
Valerie Gardner, Alexander
Grambling, Macy Gregory, Julia
Monroe, Carolyn Nowlin, Tal\or
Schmidt and Kristina Wald.
7th Grade A-B
Kristin Blue, Blaine Brenner,
Sher.l Curles, Kiley Faircloth.
Christen Geil,. Styles Gibson,
Elizabeth Harper, Virginia Jacobs,,
Jennifer Kelly, Brandon-. Leeej
Melanie McAfee, Micah
McDonald, Justin McGuire,
Shavis McKnight, Ashley Mixon,
Brandi Moore, Ashley Nelson
Asia Nelson. Miraj Patel,' Krist\
Potter, Kristen Reed, Meijah
Skelton, Denfield Supaul, William
Tuten, Caitlin Weatherly, Samuel
Whitfield and Whitney Young.


8th Grade All A's
Kaylee Akins, Keishawnda
Anderson, Hunter Barfield,
Jennifer Bhakta, Renae Brannen,
Samuel Briskett, Saarah-Jbanrie
Butler, Savannah Cantrell,
Marybeth Clark, Samantha Curry,
Michelle Depmark, Claire Ensley,
Katie Holden, Katelyn Lynn,
Sarah Meacham, Morgan Pelt,
Julia Proenza, Colby Robertson,
Alicia Saul, Ryan Shaw and
Ashlee Wright.
8th grade A-B
Lindsey Albritton, Nafee
Ahmed, Garrett Allen, Paige
Arnold, Samia August, Calvin
Bass, Britney Braddock, Jesse
Braswell, Rebekah Bratcher,
Stephanie Britner, Kyle Brooks,
Alix Brown, Lindsay Brown,
Hannah Bun'drick, Ashley
Catalano, Valerie Clarks, Jakari
Cook, Jourden Crebessa, Dorie
Cruce, Joann Devane, Holly
Eakins, Warren Eakins, Shakia
Fitchett, Siona Flowers, Erica
Freeman, Kanisha Graham,-
Maggie Hanson, Lamava
Hardison, Joshua Hare. Ashle.
Holton, Michael' Horner, Shae
Horner, Tony Jackson. Allison
Johnson, Joseph Johnson. Stee
Johnson, David Lamb, Kameron
Livingston, Jayson Lud" ig. Kase.
Lukens, Jacinda NMann, Adrian
Nelson, Jaclyn Noles, Mikaela
Patrick, Travis. Peake. Daniel
Perez, Ciara Pcrkins, Sarah
Pomeroy, Coty Porter, ,Ryan
Ragans, Caleb Rhodes, Meagan ..
Roberts, Olivia Roberts, Beau -:
Rodgers, Beatriz Sadler, Erica,:-
Scott, Kaley Sheffield, Reagan
Slaughter, Rashad Spain.
Arneashia Stephens, Qiinsha..
Stephens, Candice ,Story, :isaac: .
Townsend, Tyler Walker. karon
Wallis, Joshua Wells, William
Wentworth, Areial Wright and
Kellie Young.


Cleanup scheduled for Oct. 28


Curious George visited Happtime Preschool recently.


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walking hoes and come djori to
h'e tSteiinlitcicee (jomrnnrn'it
Center Saturday, Oct. 28, at 8 a.m.
Their sign in, pick up some bags
and start making Steinhatchee the'
beautiful place it is without all the
trash!
We need people willing to take
their small boats out on the river to
clean the river banks. We need
people willing to risk a few
sandspurs and pick up the
roadsides. We need volunteer' to0
help with a lunch for the v. orkeri
The Steinhatchee Conimuninit
Projects Board, Inc. will serve:
lunch to the \'oluntecrs. hbu the\


need help! Call Rhoda Moehring at
(352) 498-7376 if you would like
Sto-help-with the lunch. -.........
' "Alfrady "h r'bidfdn 'for' the
cleanup are the AARP and the
Steinhatchee Garden Club. The
Steinhatchee School always
participates and are some of our
hardest workers.
It is only a morning's worth of
.work. The weather is cooler and
we all need the exercise.
Wear sturdy shoes, gloves, a hat
and insect repellent/sunscreen:-
We need you and your friends..
Come have fun and make the river
cleaner and safer for humans and
the other less invasive wildlife!
See \:ou Saturday. Oct. 28.


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A-5 Perry News-Herald October 20-21,2006


4-H'ers prepare for North


Florida Livestock Show


By LORI WIGGINS
4-H Extension Agent
Fall has arrived and that could
only mean one thing: our 4-H
youth livestock exhibitors are
gearing up for the 2007 North
Florida Livestock Show.
The show will be held Feb. 19-
22 in Madison. More than 125
exhibitors from Taylor, Madison,
Jefferson, Suwannee, Lafayette
and Hamilton counties will be
showcasing their swine and
steers.
Many of our exhibitors began
looking for their steer projects
before school started and the swine
exhibitors will ,purchase their


swine in October or November. It
takes a lot of hard work to get these
animals ready for show. Animals
must be broke to lead and
exercised, and special attention
must be given to feed and care
management. Each exhibitor is
also responsible for keeping daily
records of their animal. And, of
course, exhibitors must be diligent
in the ever-daunting task of finding
a buyer.
There is still time for youth ages
eight to 18 (must be eight by Sept.
1, 2006) to sign-up for the swine
show. Youth are responsible for
purchasing and raising their
animal, keeping records on their


animal and showing their swine
during the livestock show.
For more information on rules
and to register, visit on-line at
http://taylor.ifas.ufl.edu/4H/ or call
the 4-H office at 838-3508.
This year, you and your family
should stop by and check out the
show in Madison. The swine show
will be held on Feb. 19 at 6 p.m.,
the livestock scramble Feb. 20 at
7 p.m.; the steer show on Feb. 21 at
6 p.m.; and the livestock
sale/auction on Feb. 22 at 7 p.m.
If you or your business would
like to sponsor a 4-H youth
livestock project contact the
extension office.


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Local residents are invited to 'support 4-H youth taking part in the annual North Florida
Livestock Show, planned Feb. 19-22 in Madison.


During luncheon

4 Republican Women will

, receive charter Oct. 26


With butterflies providing a colorful backdrop, garden club members gathered in
Steinhatchee for their annual fall district meeting.


Butterflies abound

Steinhatchee Garden Club

welcomes district members
Submitted by the STEINHATCHEE GARDEN CLUB
The Steinhatchee Garden Club hosted the fall district meeting Oct. 13,
with some 70 ladies venturing down to this sleepy little fishing village to
enjoy the day.
The entire Steinhatchee Garden Club was there and brought the
attendance tolajmps.t 100' They even had a male member there. ,
State President Joan Och.- as. there along '.i nh sit \ ice President Cind)
O'Connell, 2nd Vice President Carol Hall; and 3rd Vice President Jan
Silik. District Director Lynette Pichard opened the meeting promptly at 10
a.m. The club presidents and dignitaries gave their reports and the day
quickly flew by.
There was a buffet lunch of soup, pork roast, vegetables, rolls and three
different desserts on one plate.
After lunch, Maggie Greathouse, from the Greathouse Butterfly Farm
east of Gainesville, gave a presentation on butterflies, their life cycle and
how they farm them. Most of the people have seen many presentations
about butterflies but few have had the opportunity to see how they are
farmed. It was a very educational and entertaining program.
Some of the most interesting items of business were the nomination and
election of Marion Dunn of the Tallahassee Garden Club as our new
district director and Cindy O'Connell as the new state president.


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Dolores Clark, first vice
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Senior Citizens, Federal Government
Assistance is Now Available


Senior citizens who are at least
62 years old and own a home, can
now borrow against the equity in
their home, utilizing the money
for just about anything, without
ever having to repay the debt.
They can continue living in the
home for the rest of their lives
without the burden of making
monthly payments.
This is now possible thanks to
a Home Equity Conversion
Mortgage created by the Federal
Government's Department of
Housing and Urban
Development, also known as
HUD.
This money can be used to:
1. Pay off an existing
mortgage.
2. Pay for medical expenses
3. Supplement income
4. Supplement savings
5. Make repairs to the home


6. Provide financial assistance
to family members
7.' Establish a line of credit that
can be used if needed in the future
8. Vacation and travel
There is never a risk of losing
their home and they are free to sell
or refinance the home, without
penalty, at any time. All money
received is tax free and has no effect
on Social Security or retirement
income.
A free report reveals how
citizens of Taylor County can
utilize this opportunity to each
financial burdens for themselves, or
their loved ones courtesy of the
United State Government insured
assistance program.
For more information, call the
Consumer Awareness hotline for
a free recorded message, anytime
24 hours a day at 888-812-3156,
ext. 99.


Republican women in Taylor
County are invited to the Dutch-
treat luncheon.
To attend, please RSVP by
e-mail to A. J. Burch,
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Cozine at 5S4-8121.
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In recent fishing

Trout down, reds up


By PAT McGRIFF
One More Qast Guide Service
Strange tides this past weekend
yielded less than ideal conditions
for the trout (eight-hour incoming
tides Saturday and Sunday), but
seemed to rally the reds. (Back out
of the creeks?) Most folks have
been doing good on reds and fair
on trout. Trout are hitting
topwater MirrOlures in SheDogs
and Top Dog Jrs. A few trout were
even landed on Catch 2000's.
Mickey Wheeler of
Thomasville, Ga., and a buddy had
10 trout and two reds, on Cordell
Redfins and Bite-A-Bait fighters
Saturday from 2.5 feet of water.
Billy Pillow and I went out for
four hours Sunday and had three
trout, a red, three flounder and
three black sea bass. The flounder
and blacks hit Assassins Shrimp
Cocktails in 5-6 feet of water. The
trout and reds came on jerkbaits in
4 feet of water.
.Franks and Kathy Morello of
I6issimmee had five -trout to 25


Law abi
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Conservation Commission (FWC)
aid U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
(EWS) said today, boaters who
comply with manatee speed zones
won't get citations if they strike
nianatees.
SOfficials said cooler weather
Wvll cause manatees to begin their
a nual migration from open water
td warm-water springs and power

Sheen acting crazy


inches, and two reds (they landed
11) and ,two. Spanish. The
Morellos fished plugs, cut bait and
live pinfish under Cajuns to land
their fish.
William Wagner, also of
Kissimmee, and his partner, (who
didn't want to be
identified...witness protection
program maybe?) had 10 trout an
flounder and 2 Spanish fishing
plugs and live pinfish under
Cajuns from 3-6 feet of water.
The water temperature was
around 73-75 depending on when
and where you took it.
No offshore report as the high
W-I-N-D and lousy forecasts have
kept everyone inshore.
Note: I will be giving a free
seminar on "Trout Fishing with
Plugs and Grubs" at Boater's
World, 1505 Governor's Square
Blvd, Suite #3 in Tallahassee,
Wednesday, Oct. 25 at 5:30 p.m.
There will be plenty of door
prizes. Call (850)671-3400 for
more information.


For the first time since the girls
soccer program began ten years
ago, the Taylor County High
School girls varsity soccer team
enters a season being, able to call
themselves the defending district
champions. ,
With the departure of Coach
Kerry Puhl, the only coach the
program has seen since its
inception, the team gets a new
coach in Dale Brewer.
Brewer comes from the middle
school to take over a program in
which he has coached many of the
girls over the last couple of years.
"I have coached most of these
girls in middle school, so it will
make the transition for them and
myself easier, having someone
they know and are comfortable
with," Brewer said. "We have a
big job ahead of us in defending
the district title but I believe these
girls are up to the challenge."
Play for the team begins
Tuesday, Oct. 24, .in the
Suwannee preseason classic
against Santa Fe, with the winner
taking on the winner of the Live
Oak-Lake City game. Regular
season play will begin the
following week on Oct. 31.
Coach Dara Nix will be
returning to coach the jayvee
program.


This year's varsity team saw the
departure of five seniors from last'
year and a couple of other players.
who would be returning, but had
conflicts and would not be able to
play this year.
, The lone senior -for the team
will be Jenni Cantrell, who
returns as the third leading scorer
for the team from last year and
brings a tremendous amount of
game knowledge to the team. Also
returning for the Bulldogs is
junior Katie Cooper, who finished
last season as the number two
scorer in the 'Big Bend. Both
players earned All-Big Bend
honors last year, including all-
state honors from the Gainesville
,Sun.
Bulldogs to play
Eagles tonight
:The Taylor County High
School varsity football team will
square off against non-district foe
North Florida ChristianEagles'at
Dorsett Stadium, beginning at
7:30 p.m.
Coach Price Harris invites
everyone out "to support the
Bulldogs."
"I'm really proud of this team,"
he said, "even with the setbacks
we've had. They work hard and
deserve community support."


ding boaters won't be cited


plant discharges, leaving the slow-
moving sea cows vulnerable to-
speeding and even slow-moving
vessels. Law-abiding boaters who
strike a manatee or observe a
manatee hit by another vessel can
call the FWC's Wildlife Alert
Hotline at 1-888-404-3922
without fear of a citation. Boaters
should be prepared to provide the
incident location, weather


Leave squirrels alone
`Every year about this time When the people call, they
people call the Florida Fish and describe the squirrels' unusual
Wildlife Conservation antics, as well as large lumps thai
Commission (FWC), alarmed appear to be cancerous tumors or
about squirrels that seem to be the squirrels' bodies, according tc
going crazy. They report that FWC wildlife biologist Paige
they've seen squirrels rolling on Martin. In fact, the lumps are
tie ground, jumping in the air and "subcutaneous warbles" caused b3
generally acting as if something the larvae of insects commonly
*as disturbing them. known as bot flies.
IBut don't worry, they're not In the southeastern Unitec
azy. They're likely hosting a States, gray squirrels, othe
parasite that causes them some rodents and rabbits are common
temporary discomfort, 'but hosts to these larvae. Adult female
generally is not fatal, flies deposit eggs in the immediate
vicinity of the hosts' nests or den:


Tide


tables


October 20-26
High" 1:26 AM
Low 8:06 AM
High 2:07 PM
Low 8:16 PM
High 1:49 AM
Low" 8:40 AM
High 2:45 PM
Low 8:44 PM


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Low
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Low
High
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Low
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3:22 PM
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2:36 AM
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4:36 PM
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conditions, boat specifications and
other relevant information. ,
FWC will attempt to recover,
and if possible, rehabilitate the
animal.
"We want to assure boaters who
operate vessels lawfully and
responsibly they should not feel
reluctant to report accidental
collisions with; manatees," FWC
executive director Ken Haddad said.
"The information we gather from
reported accidents can help guide
manatee conservation efforts in the
future."


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it
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where the host comes into contact
with 'the eggs. The' eggs hatch
when exposed to sudden increases
in temperature or moisture, such
as when the animal grooms itself.
- The FWC said the best thing to
do if you see squirrels exhibiting
these characteristics is simply to
leave them alone and let nature
.take its course. Eventually the
larvae will emerge and the
squirrels will continue to go about
the business of being squirrels.
More information about bot
flies is available at
http://botfly.ifas.ufl.edu/.


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In addition, Haddad said, prompt
response to an accident may
increase the chance of success in
attempts to rescue and care for the
injured animal and eventually
return it to the wild.
Collisions with boats are a
significant source of injury and
mortality in manatees.
For more information on the
agencies' manatee programs. \ikiti
NM yFW C 6c om and
http://www.fws.gov/northflorida.


A-6 Perry News-Herald October 20-21,2006


Opponent


Varsity girls soccer

team to defend title


Speckled Trout One More Cast
Redfish
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Operating from Keaton Beach Marina
ro /NO Fishing License Required For Customers
kf (850) 584-9145
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Misin from home of
Tater & Tiffanee Padgett on
E. Hwy. 27 near fire tower
Last seen Oct. 11
Small Male Jack Russell
Named "Reno"
1 year old, approx. 8 lbs.
Coat mostly white with left side
of face and ear brown, large
black spot behind right shoulder
and at the tail end of his back,
tail & right ear.
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Reward Offered


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Early Registration
by November 3, 2006
- Late Registration --Nov. 4-16 (add $10)
Basketball $45 per child
-Includes: t-shirt, reversible jersey,
magnet, music cd, end-of-year award & more
Cheerleading $50 per child
Includes: uniform, megaphone, pompoms, magnet,
music cd, end-of-year award & more


,1. Pick-up a registration form from ,
1st Baptist Church or other locations
2. Complete the form
3. Return it with your entry fee to FBC .
or mail: P.O. Box 1119, Perry, Fl. 32348
For more information,
584-7066 or fbcsecretary@gtcom.net


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BOYS& 4


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Evaluation Nights
Nov. 12,14,16,2006
Practice begins:
January 2,2007
Season begins:
January 13,2007


Awards Night:
March 10, 2007


Oct. 24 Preseason tourney Live Oak TBA
Oct. 26 Preseason tourney Live Oak TBA
Oct. 31 Lake City Home 5 & 7
Nov. 4 Live Oak Home 12 & 2
Nov. 6 Rickards Home 5 & 7
Nov. 9 Hamilton Away 5 & 7
Nov. 14 Fla. High Away 5&7
Nov. 16 Madison Home 7 (V)
Nov. 17 Rickards Away 5 & 7
Nov. 20 Wakulla Home 5 & 7
Nov. 28 Godby Away 5 (V)
Nov. 30 Fla. High Home 5 & 7
Dec. 2 Lake City Away 1 & 3
Dec. 7 Madison Away 6 (V)
Dec. 8 Chiles Tourney Away TBA
Dec. 9 Chiles Tourney. Away TBA
Dec. 11 Wakulla Away 5&7
Dec. 12 Mayo Home 5 (JV)
Dec. 14 Godby Home 5 (V)
Dec. 19 Hamilton Home 5 & 7
Dec. 21 JV Tourney Away TBA
Dec. 22 JV Tourney Away TBA
Jan. 5 Live Oak Away 5 & 7
Jan. 9 Mayo Away 4 (JV)
Jan. 9 Oak Hall Away 6 (V)
Jan. 12 Lincoln Away 5 & 7
Jan. 16 District Tourney Hamilton TBA
Jan. 18 District Tourney Hamilton TBA



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A-7 Perry News-Herald October 20-21, 2006


Mt. Olive Church to observe Youth Day Nov.


5


Mount Olive to hold Youth Day
Mt. Olive M.B. Church will hold an "Aifial Youth Day Observance" on
Sunday, Nov. 5, at 3 p.m. with special-speaker Christina Reaves. The
theme of the event is "Youth, are you walking to please God, or are you
walking to please others?"
SHARE to hold dinner sign-ups
SHARE Florida, a nonprofit organization will hold sign-ups Saturday,
Oct. 21, Wednesday, Nov. 1, and Thursday, Nov. 2 for Thanksgiving and
Christmas dinners. For more information, call Diane Rigoni at 584-4034.'


SOUTHILA.SI FrRN
c OMM N i UN1TY
BLOOD(N. f ER


Norma Christine Lynch
Norma Christine Lynch, a
homemaker, 82,- died Oct. 17,
2006, at Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital.
Mrs. Lynch was a lifelong
resident of Perry. A son-in-law, Joe
Gurr, preceded her in deaih.
Survivors include one son, Jofin
William Clark of Perry; two
daughters, Janice Gurr of Perry
and Kay Williams of Seattle,


Mt. Zion to host Fellowship Day
Mt Zion Missionary Baptist Church will hold its annual Fellowship Day'
on Sunday, Oct. 22, featuring Minister Sharline D. Brown of Live Oak as
guest speaker. Please mark your calendars!
Trunk-a-Treat at Lakeside Baptist-
Lakeside Baptist Church will hold its Fall Festival and Trunk-a-Treat
Tuesday, Oct. 31, from 5:30 until 7:30 p.m. "Don't miss 'it," organizers
urged, adding there will be "lots of games, music, fun activities, drawings
and treats for all." The church is located on Hwy. 27 East.


Methodist Church to host Bloodmobile


.....esidents of Taylor County are
encouraged to donate blood on
Wedne-da-s, Oct. 25. The
bloodmobile, will be parked at
First United Methodist Church,
located at 302 N. Jefferson St.,
from 2 to 7 p.m.
To schedule an appointment,
youmay call Billie Wallis at (850)
584-3206 or you may come at
your convenience. The.
-Southeastern Community- Blood


Wash.; six grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
today, Oct. 20, at 11 a.m. at Joe P.
Burns Funeral Home Chapel with
Dav.id Stephens officiating.
Interment will follow at Pisgah
Cemetery.
Family\ members received
'frifilda'Thursday from 6 until 8
p.m. at Burns Funeral Home which
is"iti'charge of arrangements. '-*"


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CHURCH OF CHRIST:
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

F1rry Firbt ChUrch of God
Sunday School 10:00 10:45
S" Worship Service 11:00 12:00
Children's Church 11:00- 12:00
S" Sunday Night
SPrayer Group 6:00 6:45
.... .. .. .. . Choir Practice 6:00-6:45
Nursery provided with adult supervision 9:45-12 00 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 : 00

IMMACULA TE CONCEPTION
CATHOLIC CHURCH
%M!iSSES:
Sat. 6 p.m. Sun. 8 a.'m. & 10:30 a.m.
CCD & Adulc Educarion Classes
Sunday q:00 a.m.
2750 S. Byron Butler Pkw. 584-3169
Rev. Slade Crawford, Pastor

CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 295Q Golf Course Rd,

Sunday Worship Services ,
9:3f0 m Si ndnv School


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


Wednesday
- Discipleship Training 6:00 pm
' r.:.gr. .& Bible Study for all ages!
Bring the Whole Family


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

In Loving Memory of


BONES

Ronald J. Brunelle
Born July 22, 1926 in Augusta, Maine
Departed October 2, 2006 in Deland, Florida
He worked at Town & Country Electric of Perry
Graveside services will be held at
Woodlawn Cemetery on N. Johnson Stripling Rd. on
Saturday, October 21, 2006
11:00 am
Survivors include: wife, linme ot Flondrla 1 daughter,
Pamelyn Weekley of Florida- 3 son., Steve of Maine,
Dick of Florida, and Ronald .: Maine, 3 granddaughters,
4 grandsons, several cousins.
Dress is casual, no flowers, please, cards accepted


Center is the only provider of
blood and blood products for
patients at Doctors' Memorial


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Jerkins School to host clothes give-away
A clothes give-away will be held at the old Jerkins School, Sarurda ,-
,Oct. 24, beginning at 8 a.m. .r
A selection of women's, men's, children's, youth and infant clothes ae--
available, along with shoes, according to Roderick Williams.
The give-away is being sponsored by Tri-County Ministries_-fE.
Monticello.


Hospital.
All registered donors will
receive a free t-shirt.


In Biblical studies

McElfresh earns degree
Mark McElfresh recently earned :-' '.'-K5
a Bachelor of-Biblical studies ''. ''... .
degree from Andersonville r. : -;
Theological Seminary in Camilla, ,
Ga., with a 4,0 GPA. i -
McElfresh graduated, from .
Lincoln High School in 1981. He '
sex; ed in -the Army-infantry' 'i.
division from- 1982 -to 1986 and
began studies at Covenant
Theological Seminary in' 1996, .
obtaining, a Masters Degree in
theology: in 2001. He ., an
ordained mini-ter andipaj-iorof St.
Johns Christian Fellowship ..
"He is married to Shannon Price
and has one son, Mark. Mark McElfresh


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Everyone is Welcome


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SThe People of the United Methodist Church"


Se302 N.JeffersonSt. PenyFl. (850)584-3028 fax(850) 223-2460
Matt Wallis, pastor nursery provided Email-fumcp@gtcom.net


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Fellowship
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morning Worship 11:00 a.m.. Study/P.ryart.M .
VNusery and Children's Ministry Provided ; :
(located at the intersection of Puckett Rd. and Golf,CouirseRd.)
Mark McElfresh, pastor 584-7251,


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5:30 7:30 p.m. br
Treats for AIl..bon't Miss It!


Hwy.,27 East


Fun
ctiities


Pastor Steven Ruff (850) 584-5688
"A place. to call home"


'Deadi'itcfi'r ILcal~churJi ne;w's is 11 a.m oln q*A'ay andefiTursdays.
NAews is pub/i s/let as space i avaifab(e.


Frie dship Baptist Church w


Fall Revival


7:00 p.m. nightly,

Evangelist Alan Carr


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Special Music Each Night
Featuring Crimson Flow Tuesday Night


Help us kick off our Fall Revival


Gospel Sing
Saturday, Oct. 21 7:00 p.m.
Crimson Flow and other special guests


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, Perry News-Herald October 20-21, 2006

While others question agreement



Capacity crowd offers support for project


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develop will consist of some 600
.cres, 117 of which would change
.'om the current zoning of
agricultural/rural residential to


water oriented commercial.
"We met many times," Bethea
said. "As far as the committee is
concerned, we feel this is an
acceptable agreement for the
county."
"It's a tremendous amount of


effort and work to lay out a
development of this magnitude,"
Commissioner Jack Brown said. "I
appreciate Danny's, Buddy's,
Conrad's and Clay's work on this."
Several of the commissioners'
had questions about the agreement
and minor changes were made.
Commissioner Malcolm Page
questioned whether or not a public
hearing should be held .on the
matter. He pointed to the
controversy that has followed the
commission since its vote last year
to pursue the proposed Taylor
Energy Center coal-fired power


plant. At that meeting, the item was
added to the agenda at the
beginning of the meeting.
"The public is here now,"
Commissioner Pat Patterson said.
The commission meeting room
was filled to capacity with many
people spilling out into the
hallways, most present for the.
issue.
Brown noted that with recent
improvements to the county's web
site, the document, in its entirety,
was available for download,
making it "more available than any
document before."


Commission Chairman Daryllr
Gunter asked those from the public
who wished to speak against the
document to come to the podium,
stating several times to limit
comments to the document.
Local resident George Stamos
said he was "surprised" the county
would enter into an agreement with
the developers before they
received their environmental
permits.
"The perception out there is if
you approve this document, you
approve everything," Jim Howell-
of Steinhatchee said.


They were followed by several
people speaking in favor of the
development, including Pruitt,
who stated that, to date, he has
spent more than $3 million on the
project.
Howard then asked if he could
have the members of the audience:
in favor of the document raise their
hands. Most of the people in the
room did so.
Bethea made a motion to accept
the document with the changes-and
Brown seconded. Pruitt's attorneys.
agreed to the changes as n ell and
the measure passed 5-0.


Re-entry passes issued to coastal residents


In an attempt to expedite the
re-entry process following
evacuations along the coast, Taylor
County Emergency Management
;will soon be issuing re-entry
passes to all coastal residents and
business owners.
Emergency Management
Director Brianne Hoover presented
her plan to commissioners recently
and they voted unanimously to


support it.
All coastal residents, business
o" ners and renters from the
Aucilla River to Steinhatchee will
be issued t\o passes (in case one is
lost I.
In the event of an evacuation.
once residents are gi\en the
clearance to return, they would
place the decals on the driver's side
of the front windshield of their


vehicle.
"This will allow easy. visibility
to the officer w ho must control the
traffic flow," Hoo'er said. "The re-
entry pass can assist in control of
looting and sightseers in the
affected areas."
If a resident loses their pass. the\
would still be able to present
documentation of residents to
officers, but the decals ill greatly


speed up the process of allow ing
people back in, Hoover
added.
Emergenc'N Management is
currently hi ing the decals printed
and hope to hate the decals mailed
oui soon.
The last ime a mandatory
e\ acuation \was ordered for Taylor
Coun% ass In June in advance of
Tropical Storm Alberto.


Chief judge petitions commission


for additional space in Lake City


Dr.--J. Crayton Pruitt told the county commission Tuesday
he hIad already spent some $3 million on the proposed
Magnolia Bay & Resort project. The county approved an
agreement with the developer by unanimous vote.

For stealing police car


In an attempt to improve the
office space for administrative
staff for the Third Judicial Circuit
in Lake City, Chief Judge Julian E.
Collins is seeking to secure new
facilities.
The move, however, will incur
additional costs to all counties in
the third circuit, including Taylor


Man receives 3-year prison sentence


County.
Collins appeared before the
Ta lor County Commission earlier
dius month to inform the board of
the court's intention.
"Currently, the court
administration staff in Lake City is
split into three locations," Collins
said in a letter to Taylor County
Clerk of Court Annie Mae Murphy.
"Two sets of employees (a total of
14 persons) occupy two buildings
which %%ere formerly part of the
Blanche Hotel. These employees


have less than ideal %working
conditions, i.e., small offices.
several offices that lack ewen a
single window., ermin that share
the building with the staff, sewage
overflow, as well as health itsues
associated with older buildings
that have not been kept in good
repair.'
A recent opportunitN has arisen
to allow the court to mo'e the staff
to the second floor of the former
Bank of America building in Lake
City.


The increased space, however, ..
w ill incur additional costs in rent,
electricity and water.
For Taylor County, this will
mean an additional $2,412 each
quarter for the facilities and -421.
each quarter for communicatio6i:-,':',
costs. -
Due to the commission's poli-c -
for approving additional expenses,-' .'
the board could not approve-.tbhe- -"
increase at that meeun9-.andd':,-ill,-. -
hold a public hearing to discussLthe'.'
matter.


A man who escaped from his
'handcuffs last year, 'climbed
Liough the center window in a
n-,.lice cruiser, cranked it up and
crove away while officers were
searching his car has been
sentenced to three years in prison
f'r escape and grand theft.
Max Perez, 26, appeared before
Circuit Judge James "Roy" Bean
_ .-.ri,. where he pled guilty to
sScape, grand theft III, felony'
fleeing and driving with suspended
cr revoked drivers license.
Perez was adjudicated guilty by
Bean:. In addition to the prison
sentence, Perez was also ordered to
pay a $2,000 fine and $600 for his
u.:blic defender. He will receive a
..5-day credit for jail time
served.
Last August, Perry Police
Department Ptl. Dwight Norris
;:aid fie spotted an older model
:'ord...pick-up traveling north on
'U.S. Hwy. 19, with no tag lights.
When Norris conducted a traffic
.topoI n the vehicle, he identified
,he driver as Perez, 25 at the time,
'sy a Florida identification card.


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While talking with Perez, it was
learned that his license was
suspended for prior DUIs.
"Perez's eyes were bloodshot,"
said Norris, "and he had an odor of
alcohol coming from him."
Norris said he handcuffed Perez
and placed him into the rear of his
patrol unit..
"I read Perez his implied consent
and he stated that he'would take a
breath test," Norris said. "Perez
turned around, and when he turned
back, had the cuffs in front of him.
I told Perez that I hadn't put them
on in the front and he then put his
legs back through them."
Norris then called the late PPD
Ptl. Robert Johns to assist in taking
an inventory of Perez's car.
Johns said as he and Norris were
busy with Perez's car, Norris's
patrol car took off heading north
on Hwy. 19.
"I ran to my patrol car and began
to give chase," said Johns. "Perez
had slipped through the cage door
and gotten into the front seat and
driven off with Norris's patrol
vehicle.


Congratulations to our
Baby Bumpkin for
being chosen
Little Queen.
We love you!

Haleigh Brooke
LaValle


Mama, Nanny, Grandma
Rhonda & Papa Charlie,
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"When Perez made a left turn
onto Wilder Street, he was going
tob fast, cauttsig him to rtti tOff the
road and into a residence's yard,
striking a guide wire, a wooden
fence and a' tree stump, putting a
puncture in the patrol car's
radiator," said Johns.
"He then got back onto Wilder
Street, made a right turn onto
Lafayette Street and pulled over
and exited the vehicle, running on
foot," he 'added.
. Perez evaded law enforcement
for several months, but was
eventually caught and
re-arrested.


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B-i Perry News-Herald October 20-21, 2006


Relay for Life will


share information,


register survivors


o n I The Florida Forest
SFestival carnival will
C arniva open Tuesday night with
rides, games and food as
residents gather to watch
O P eni S the "Fabulous Fireworks
Show" at Perry-Foley
Airport. The carnival will
be open each evening
Through the week and all
day during festival day,
Saturday, Oct. 28.


A special Relay for Life
information booth will be open
during the Florida Forest Festival
Saturday, Oct. 28, at Forest Capital
Park.
Visitors attending the festival
are invited to visit the American
Cancer Society's booth and
decorate a luminaria bag to
remember those lost to cancer and
to honor those who have
survived.
The lumifiaria bags will be
displayed at the upcoming Relay
for Life Friday, April 27. A $5
donation is suggested for each
bag.
"It will be beautiful when all the
bags with candles are illuminated
around the higli school track at the
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With the Florida Forest Festival drawing ever closer.
I :decided to bring in an "expert" to help %with mN
r6viexs this week.
.'Late last month. The Guardian," staring Ke% in
Cbstner and Ashton Kuicher. debuted to favorable
reviews and a decent take at the box office.
"The Guardian concentrates on a branch of the U.S.
Armed Sernices often overlooked b\ Hollswood. the
1U.S. Coast Guard. More specifically, it depicts the
brave group of rescue sw imners.
;-Of the more than 42.000 men and women in the
Coast Guard, onl\ 300 are rescue s\% immers.
When many people think of rescue swrimmers, they
think of rescues on the high seas. Following the
devastating landfall of Hurricane Katrina and the
subsequent flooding of New Orleans. La.. however. \we
Were able to see them in action pulling stranded people
from their home and cars.
>:The \weeks following Katrma, the U.S. Coast Guard
rescued more than 33.000 people. That's more than
Seven years of rescues in two and one-half weeks.
Jerrm Hooser of Perrm was a U.S.
Coast Guard rescue sw immer for
approximately 20 years, stauoned in
Florida. Louisiana. Alabama and
North Carolina, and was one of those
sent to help m New% Orleans w
Hooker became a rescue swimmer
in 1-987 and retired from service
earlier this year.
To date, the The Guardian' has -
made $42 million and makes its
premier in PerrN tonight. .......
\\hen the mo\ie debuted lastt L- .- -
iTff1h. Ho:6ftr as9'ofe of the" first to
jgo see it and l s weel sat dok n with
him to ask his impressions on how the
movie portrayed rescue swimmers
.and he Coast Guard.
"I was womed they +were going to Jerry
over-Holls \wood the \%hole thing," Hoo\er said.
The end result'
F-"Most of the mo\ ie was much more accurate than I
;thought it would be." he said. "A lot of the extras and
Those with speaking parts are actual rescue swimmers."
One of those in the background is Butch Flight. one
of the first fise rescue swimmers in the Coast Guard.
iMany of them. including Flight, Hoo\er knows
*personally.
- "It was pretty cool. You get to see your buddies up
!on the big screen." '
- Perhaps with so many actual rescue swimmers on
the set it's'not surprising, but Hoover was impressed
with how accurate the movie was when it dealt w ith
The procedures and jargon used, as well as the rescue
aind training scenes.
The movie opens with rescue swimmer Ben Randall
(Costner) being left stranded following the crash of his
[helicopter and loss of his crew.
"The Coast Guard has only lost two rescue



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swimmers." Hooser said. "Both times it was an aircraft
crash and vwe lost all of the crex.
"In the moe ie. he was already in the water when it
crashed."
The idea of Randall being stranded. Hoover added,
may have been drawn from a real-life case in which
swimmer Mike Odom was left on the scene after a
cable broke and the crew %was unable to retrieve him,
lea\ mng him more than 300 miles from shore for three
and one-half hours
Following this incident, the Coast Guard de% ised a
special rescue %\inch in case something similar
happened again.
In the movie. Randall is transferred to the Coast
Guard rescue swimmer school where he meets new
recruit Jake Fischer tKutcher). According to Hooser.
other than the location, the depiction of the training
during the middle act of the film was also very
accurate
The film footage used during the training scenes are
of actual rescues.
'"\e've been using that footage
for years in training," Hoover said.
Another rescue in the film
insoled a sinking boat. which
.- reminded Hoover of a tragic rescue
attempt on the Great Lakes. A Coast
Guard MK was on board the vessel
and \was trapped when it capsized.
During his career. Hoo\er served
r, on a committee which evaluated
.-'- 4 new equipment and procedures for
- rescue swimmers. One of those
"- procedures wais for cave rescues,
S.1 which,..du.to. ..,t watF currents
iiv-.olved, can be very challenging.
U When such a cav-. rescue was
shown in the movie. Hoooer %was
again impressed "a ith how accurate
Hoover iit \as.
\\hat does Hoover think of the moi le as a %whole?
"I thought it was somewhat predictable, but it was
sull entertaining none the less." he said. "Parts of it
were Holly wood and the ending \\as more Hollywood,
but I enjoyed it.
"I'm going to get the D\D. I'll put it that 'wa," he
added.
For those interested in learning more about Coast
Guard rescue s; inmners. Hoover suggests finding the
book "So Others May Live' by Martha LaGuardia-
Kotite
The book begins with several chapters on the history
of the rescue sw immers and follows wv ith a number of
accounts of actual rescues.
"It's a ery good read." Hoover said.
Hoover has been working on his own book. which
he hopes to see published early next year.
Entitled "Brotherhood of the Fin: A Rescue
Sw imnmer's StorN" the book %%ill tell some of his own
stones in the ser\ ice as %well as others.


The North Florida Community College Sentinel Upstage Players will present "Death of a -
Doornail" as a dessert theater.

Over dessert


Can you solve the mystery?


The North lorida Communitl
College (NFCC) Sentinel Upstage
Players will present "Death of a
Doornail" at the Wardlaw-Sniith-
Goza Conference .Center ithe
Mansion) in Madison. No\. 10. 11.
16 and 17. An extra bonus--it's a
dessert theater.
The historic antebellum mansion
is the residence of eccentric
millionaire. Albert Doornale. \\ho
has invited all of his close friends
to his estate. The only problem is.
Albert is not there and no one has
seen him. None of the guests ha\e
any idea why they are there or
what happened to their host. That
is until blood is found. \\as Albert
killed and carried away? A murder


investigation will begin, as soon as
a body is found. It may be a long.
w ait.
The cast is a mix of old and new
faces. NTCC student Sanam Akbar
of Madison plays Prtcilla
Doornale. the spoiled rich daughter,
of Albert Doornale: Judie Baldwin,
Madison. plays Abigail Doornale,
the bitter ex-wife of Albert.
Bethanee Dyal. NFCC student
from Dowling Park, and Jon
Jackson. Madison. are special
guests. NFCC student Brian
McLain of Jasper is Edward,
nephew of Albert, a real'
'Pomindexter" type. Veteran
performer Judy McCormack,
Madison. is the bored and bitter


String quartet to perform tonight

The Bachinski String Quartet will perform tonight, Oct. 20, at The
Villoe Chuirch in Diwling Park at 7 n.m.


cook. Mrs. Morganford: Molly
McCormack, Madison, is
Inspector Bulosw ski. eager for a bigr -Lt..
case to fall in her lap: student
Jessica Nixou. Madison. is- "
Candace Bamba). the current
girlfriend of Albert; and NFCC. -
student T.J. Rutherford. Madison,
is Mortimer. a typical English style:.
butler. Madison residents -Bpb"
Wieland and Bucky Christmas also
. make special guest appearances.
NFCC's Dr. Jessica Webb.directs -.
this fun production and Denise
Bell once again works her magic
behind the scenes.
Shows are Nov. 10. 11. 16 and.
17 at 7 p.m. as Dessert Theater-
performances.
Tickers are $15: advafice-_--.'
reservations required. Contact'.-!
SDenise Bell at S50-973-94M1 or -'
e-mail belld@nfcc.edu for more
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Cultural
'TPursfay, Oct. 26
NFCC Artist Series
Tomaseen Foley's Irish Times
Irish stories, music and dance
Van H. Pnest Auditorium
(850) 973-1653 www.nfcc.edu

Saturday, Oct. 28
Advent Christian Village Artist Series
Celebrate India!
Indian food, dance & culture
Phillips Dining Room/ Village Church
1386) 658-5400 artistseres acvillage.net


November 9 19
Tallahassee Little Theatre
Oscar Wilde's
"The Importance ol Being Earnest"
www.iallahasseelittletheatre.org
(850) 224-8474

9November 10 19
Young Actors Theatre
Meredith Wilison's
"The Music Man" -
www.youngactorstheatre.com
(8501 386-6602


How to Eat Fried Worms ,
Fn. & Sat. 7:30 p.m.
Sunday 4:00 p.m

The Guardian PG 12
Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m.
Sunday 4:00 p.m.
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IA night full of Irish stones, music
and dance Epenence Ireland as
it was before the niolor car, the
television, and the telephone as
native Insh storyteller Toriiseern
Foley takes us into Ireland's rich
cultural hentage.

Thursday
Oct. 26, 2006
7:00 p.m.
Van H. Priest Auditorium
Madison, Florida

Tickets on Sale Now!
$11 adults/S6 Child
WWW.NFCC.EDU


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







B-4 Perry News-Herald October 20-21, 2006


Small ads...ig deals!


moving Sale 7062. Hwy. 19 South, Just
past Crews Marine, follow signs.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and
'aturday. Starts at 8 a.m.
,10/18-10/20
JMoving Sale Dishwasher, Serta Mattress
:& box spring, doubles and singles, dresser
I& more... All like new. 838-6425.
10 n/1 -1/ nn


-O R ETHE- l-


IRON-FREE
Well Water Company, Inc.
No more rust, bacteria or odor with
ClearSpringTM Mandox water conditioning
system. Guaranteed to work or your money
back. Call today for detailed information.
1-800-437-1128
10/18tf lF


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware.
Outside Shops : New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We buy,..call us!
Yard Sale W e Collectibles
Set-up Pry M-.1 Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 *584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


Teenage daughters cleaning out closets!
;Yard Sale Saturday 7:30-10:30 a.m. Oct.
|21, T-shirts, jeans, dresses plus lots
more! 3 miles down Woods Creek Rd., left
'on Elsie Lane. Fr.I oriii,: u r:,u e; .;ri righn
|10/20
Malika & Ashanti's Yard Sale 314 N. Clark
St. Saturday Oct. 21 8 am. until. -
; 10/20 ...
:Yard Sale Friday & Sarurda,' at Sadler's
Bargain Barn 4289 US'98 West, Couch &
Chair, New Baby dolls, more tools & much
More
.10/20
!Multi-Family Yard Sale Salurdav 8 a.m. -
:until. 1104 and 1106 N. Allen ti off W.
-Ash St. Printer, yard blower, Christmas
end'ss inside and out. Women and men's
,:lrlh, all sizes. Lots of misc, and more.
1,21
'Yard Sale 203 Knoll Wood Dr. 223-1093.
,Saturday 8 a.m. until.
:10/20
,Yard Sale Saturday, Oct. 21 8 11 a.m.,
No Early Birds, Halloween Costumes, Gap
'Jeans size 12, Razor big wheel, VHS,
,DVD's, many other items, 103' Elizabeth
.Lane Clark Subdiv.
'.Yard Sale Saturday Oct.21 8 am. until.
,2530 Mixon Rd. .

Yard Sale 8 a.m. 5.p.m. Oct. 28 & 29
: (Next Saturday & Sunday) 456 SW 846
Street, Steinhatchee. Rain or shine. Follow.
:inri All il-rn rus l r i ,
1, 1:, 27
Huge 5, laiI., Yard Sale! _.iurria,'. Oct.
S 218 am. 1 p.m. 2859 Ward Rd. off of
Foley Cutoff Rd. watch for signs. Lots of
baby & toddler boys and girls clothes,:
handmade trick or treat bags several to
choose from, lots more, to much to list,
come and see!
10/20
Multi-family yard -sale, kids clothes all-.-
-i:e? dre??er? stoves, and other
applian.:e.- :, 'Pu ,:re Rd. right on Antioch
Chiur:ri .:o3d. left on Pine 3iull Rd. house
on right 1500, follow signs.
10/20Q




QUEEN ORTHOPEDIC PILLOWTOP
MATTRESS SET. New in plastic,
warranty. $275. 850-222-2113,
10/20GCN
King mattress and headboard for sale.
Check with front desk at Best Budget Inn.
1"0/20-10/27
2 PC; LEATHER sofa & loveseat. Brand
.new, hardwood frames $795, can deliver,
850-425-8374
10/20GCN
For Sale Computer 6 pieces, tools,
ladder, Id quilts, polished stones, 3'x4'
picture World Trade Towers. Other items.
Call 584-3315
10/20-10/25
An easy way to 'make 1000 checks
www.dontforgettotakeyourvitamins1009.co
m/hayden26788 or call 1-800-605-VITA
code 315476
10/20-11/8
Refrigerator 1 1/2 years old $250 OBO
Call 584-2941.
10/20-10/25
6 piece bedroom set, new in boxes, must
sell, $550. Call 850-545-7112
10/20GCN


3 Piece Living Room New Micro Fiber
Sofa, Loveseat, Chair. $650, still wrapped,
stain resist 850-222-9879
1. 0/20GCN ..
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
Maytag Multiple cycle '-,e ..,,, duly r.wahinQ,
machine first $100 tae.' all 85.50-578
2504.
10/13-10/20
DINiING ROOM Brand New Cherry
Table, 6 Chippendale Chairs, Lighted
China Cabinet. $850, Can Deliver, Call
850-222-9879.
10/20GCN
Hitachi 51" widescreen. $650. Requires
replacing "tie. .n,,..ener" for PIP and
screen modes other than 40ii. More info,
www.hitachi.us/ search 51 S500. 838-2797
leave message.
10/20-10/27
Music Lessons Producer/ Guitarist now
available for guitar, string instruments &
voice students,. Recording Sludi': Now
available. Beginners welcome. Call Josh
Noland 850-584-5975
10/4-12/29
ALL NEW KING PLUSH TOP
. ORTHOPEDIC mattress set. Still in
plastic with .warranty, can deliver'- $395,
850-222-7783
10/20GCN .
Regulation 7 ft. X 3 ft. 8 in. Air Hockey
Table like new, also a Regulation 4 ft. 6 in.
'X 2 ft 5 in. World Cup Soccer Table like
new. $75 each. Great Christmas gift or
Game Room Additions. Call 584-8053
after 6 or weekends or leave message.
10/20
Bedroom Set: New King bed, TV Armoire,
chest, '2 nightstands. Retail $3,200,
sacrifice $1000. 850-222-2113

3 Prom dresses size 2-4, One black
w/sequins $150(worn once), one light blue'
w/sequins $125(worn once), one 2-piece
black w/blue trim$100(worn twice). Call
584-8676 after 6 p.m.
10/20-10/27
Cherry sleigh bed, $250; solid'wood, still
boxed 850-425-8374
10/20GCN
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. Call
Mark at South House 584-6021.
9/15tfSH
Phlebotomy classes starting soon. If
.interested call 223-1305 or 223-2302.
10/18-10/20 .
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


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Mobile Home for rent; Beautiful Roberts
Aman Rd., very quite mobile horhe park,
newly remodeled singlewide, 2 bed/ 2
bath, new appliances, with washer and
dryer. References required, $550 per month
+ $550 security deposit, call Paul 850-567-
1523.
10/13-10/18


GULF COAST --

METAL 5 3' Wide
ROOFING Galvalume

Flneof3' 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 352-49E-0778 Horseshoe Beach, Fl.

WANT TO BUY

Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars


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


2 BR/1 B Mobile homes $375 per month,
$200 'deposit water, sewer & garbage
included in rent.. Applications and
references required. Must apply in person
at Perry Repo Office, Monday through
Wednesday 9 a.m.- 5 p.m,
10/20tfEM
2 bed/1 bath house, central heat and Air,
Call 584-6113 between 8:30 and 5;00.
10/18-11/10

,Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 BR HC
and non-HC arcnesribl.: aparimenrs Office
hours are 3 00 I:, 00 Mion-Trhur. Call
850-584-8111 TDC,TTi 711 315 Puckett
Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal Housing
Opporturnry
8"9tlS'.'
For Rer, Retiiree, 2 bed/2 bath house
nea' Kea-ton Be.ch. Very pri.ale gated
entry 5 .0'rr m. including electric adults
only, no pets. References, Call 850-57-8.
2356 for appointment..
10/4-10/27 .
Available immediately! 2 BR/ 2 bath, SW
mobile hpme, proof of income and
references'a must. No pei.s '.4:5' morilh,
$450 security depo-.i Phone 850-584-
5832. -
Ali: da.'ailable 11-1-06, 3 BR/ 2 Bath DW,
rpi,,blke ho:rme. Responsible.adults only.
Pr,,r,, .: ;i,:,,ime and references a mnusl no
pel;i, 'it.5 per mn,:nih $6.0 Sec Oeposit
Pinie 850.584.5 32
10,11.10'20
Mobile Home sites for lease. City water,
P.E. Elec. Lipscomb Circle 584-4516
9/20-11/1
TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
Acc-pting appiica~l r, for 1, 2 and 3 br
HC and Non-HC accessible Office hours
8:30 to 4 30 Morn Fri. Phone 850-584-
6842
500 S. Warnr A.-
Equal Housing Opportunity
10/4-10/27
WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!
1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
aparitmentsI, HUD vouchers considered.
Equal Opportunity. Office hours are 8:00-
5:00 Mvon.Triurs. Call 850-584-5668. 709
W. Church St., Perry, FL 32348. TDD 711.
tfWA
Commercial-Building For Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All', internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401,
7/12tfnSGR

Furnished room utilities included, W/D
$300 plus security Call 584-7015.,
10/11-10/18
Room for rent private bath, private
entrance, living room, small fridge and
T:V. Call 584-8045
10/11tfMC .-
Newly remodeled office Suites available
-or lea:e Pel-,:rr;: water, gas and trash.
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401.
6/21tfnSGR




Brick home For Sale By Owner, 6515
Beach Rd. 3 bed/2 1/2 bath on almost 3
acres, $165,000. Call 584-4836,
10/4-1'0/27

Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq.
Old Badcock Fjrrn,ture Building Call 850-
584-5891. Pete Fortner
7/19tfnBC


FOR SALE 3 bd/1 bath hi
block. New roof, general re
2 years old. Rented a
$27,000. 602 W. Bacon St.
9/29-10/27


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Land For Sale By Owner
Ocala National Forest Lots
$500 down $199 month
Owner 352-239-5520 or 352-236-4579
www.ocalaforestland.com/2nd
10/13-12/6
Great House For Sale: Solid Brick House
in Good Location, near School in great
quiet neighborhood, minutes to downtown
and shopping, 3' bedrooms, 2 full baths,
formal living room, central heat & central
air. Completely Remodeled: New Full
Ceramic Tile floor. New paint, new doors,
new kitchen catinetl arid new dirnn roomrr
set, new leather living room set new
.deluxe appliances and more... This rorr, e
wont .last longlll Call' for appointments.
850-843-4444 or 850-838-6425. Leave
message,
I0, :-10,25
For Sale Nice 3 BR'2 BA horome 208 Kate
Drive (WoVodate Subdivision) Home built
in 1996 low maintenance i95 000 Call
838-5716, .
10/20
204 Woodgate Dr. 3 bed, 2 baths huge
kitchen, fenced yard, 1595 sq, feet, By
appointment only. Call 223-3889 asking
$130,000. .
10/20-11/3
For Sale 145 Jenkins Rd., 2:.. 2 acres
with 2 -mobiles homes ood wel & septic
ysit.rri in city limits r Call evenings. 584-
5117
10/20-10/27
For Sale 2 lots, Borders orange and
Washington St. Call 223-2627 Dr i838.-85i
10/6,10/13,10/20, 10/2?, 11/3
1 acre cleared off Spring Warrior asking
'2,000 Cal 223-2627 or 838-0851.
10/6, 10/13,10/20,10/27,11/3
For Sale By Owner: .65 acre'lot, high/dry
and fial on Ith Suwannriee River just above.
Mayo Blue Springs, 'New 4" well and
septic system. Survey including TOPO,
Ready to build. $150,000 OBO Phone 850-
371-0071.
9/29-10/25
3 bd/ 1 bath house on 1/3 city block. New
roof, general repairs less than 2 years old,
Rented at $350. Price $27,000. 602 W.
Bacon St. 584-4678.
9/29-10/25
5Land-for -ale 221 N-.nr, Betrween Shiioh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
tfEF
3 BR/2 Ba Ranch Home on 2.56 acres at
588 E. Robert's Aman Rd. New laminate
wood and tile flooring throughout, updated
kitchen and appliances. $199,000 Easy to
show! Call 223-1402 or 672-0990.
8/30tfnSP


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house on-1/3 city
pairs less than
t $350, Price '
584-4678. Chocolate Lab Puppies. 'C iriG FAST!
Only boy and 1 girl left.. Shro. & wormed,
$100 each Ready for a l:'ing family
[ 'October 25th: Daddy is AKC registered.
Mom & Dad both'on-site. Call 838-2490 or
352-356-0721
n^^ri'^1 ii"Ci'i~r


The Healthy Start Coalition of Jefferson,
Madison & Taylor Counties is recruiting
doulas from the tri-county area. Doulas are
women who provide supportive services '
durinir :nhild'nnr and earn $75-$350 per
service. A recruitment, for interested
w..rmen it11 be held October 24th at 1 p.m.
at the Madison.County Public Library (no
charge). For more information, contact 850-
948-2741
10/20HSC


3 yr old 'or ,e greentcro e.gnrtle Call 850-
584-9048 after 6 p m.
9/27-11/17




'2002' Big Bear 400 4-wheeler, mud tires
$2500. Call 352-210-1955,
10/11-11/3LH

'2001' 4-wheeler, KaWasaki Prairie 300,
automatic. $2500 Call 352-210-1955.
10/11-11/3LH

Boat for sale '2002' 17 1/2' Scout 90, 4
stroke Johnson, mint condition. $14,000
Call 325-210-1955
10/11-11/3LH

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


MEI is currently accepting applications for
a Powder Blender. Must be detail oriented,
able to follow instructions carefully and:"
have basic math and metric system skills.
Competitive benefits,. All applicants are
subject to pre-employment drug screening
and a :'ac'grouri, cne,: oy BATF. Bring.
picture ID and SS card or Birth Certificate
and apply at Employment Conrections
1702 South Jefferson Street, Perry,.
Florida. 584-7604,
AA/EEO/NP
C 018 1- 20ME .

l-elp Wanted
Herbicide applicators, must be, 18,. Must
iike being in woods, must be willing to
wor, out of town. Will train Apply in
person at Randel's Landclearing and
SDe.eilopment 1949 S. Jefferson St. Perry;
. FL 584-3807 ,
S 10,1 iI 11..'3RLC

E with a minimum of 5 yis ex perience.
starting wages $14-16'!hr Call 850-584-
3626
8/23tfnAR

Avon Reps Needed Can start you at 50%
earninrics. Free rlit wiih $10 start up. Call
?J at 350 -58.4-6289 jr 850-843-2605

TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS .
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Road Maintenance Te,:r, $8 04/ hr. +
erne lit "
Planner $34,777 $39,145 + benefits
Rcil~i S,te, rnriendart -$6.49 hr,/ .
E/M Secretary,- lerrp:,rary,pan lime)'
$8.44/hr.
Entire job descriptionr,s and requirements
can. be viewed at
Swww.taylorcountygov.com br Taylor
Employment Connections, 1702 S.
Jefferson St. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County.is an EOENP/Drug
Testing/ Background Check Employer,.
10/11tfnBCC

Help Wanted Badcock Home Furniture &
More. Warehouse, Delivery person. Good
license must be 21 Apply ., eon.
8/16t!BC

LPN/RN- Ariiicipating ,:penng q for 6 am 2
p.m,.shift and 2 p m to p m ;rup in lr
addition-have opening for RN to do PRN
work on varying shifts. Seeking persons
with high standards of nursing praciices'
who wish to work wirn perso..r: who -ihare
high values in resident care. Smaller
facility with friendly work atmosphere.
Contact Holly Reed, Director of Nursing .
Lafayette Health Care Center, 512 W.
Main St., Mayo, FL 386-294-3300.
10/11-10/20LHC


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


RNs & LPNs

All Shifts
Sue Love, Director of Nursing


B usiness Office Manager
Fu 11-Time Position
5 years experience"in
administrative supervisory capacity


Marshall Health & Rehab Center

850-584-6334 207 Marshall Drive # Perry, FL 32347
Drug Fre e Workplace, Equal Opportunity Employer


FOR SALE



Parts & Service Calls

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


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come all!

PERRY ELKS



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


Greenville, Fl.

CNA's NEEDED RN / LPN NEEDED PRN
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1994,Stumpnocker, 60 HP Mercury, good
condition $4,500. Call 850-584-9084 after
6,p.m.
9/27-1:1/17
For Sale Remington 7400 Semi-auto, 30-
06 rifle; like new, walnut, iron sights,
scope mounts, scope, $550. New $651
without scope and mounts. 352-498-2054.
10!: 13.10,/27




700 R4 Transmission works but needs
rebuilding $150 Firm 223-3889.
10/20-11/3
UWS Truckbox. single lid black powder
coat, 75 cu Ih (small trucl i$125 Like.
new.
Brand New P205/75 R15 Mastercraft tire
mounted on GM rim $30. Call 843-2418
10/20BG
'1983' Datsun 280ZX Turbo runs good
$1600, Johnt, al with 20 hp Mercury trailer
$1600 Call 584-2299.
1 /I .3-i u.25

Silver 1996 Ford F150 XL, 306 cyl.,
automatic, air, AM/FM, 210,000 miles, new
tires, new front end, good dependable
transportation, $4000.O.B.O.' Call 584-
6394 if no answer, leave message, Can be
seen at 2995 Slaughter Rd.
10/18-10/20

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




Wanted dead or aiwie juni cars trucks.
:ra:lors etc Wanied liu:u and Toyoia
"rujcs lor eCport 386.688.3999
10/20S
Responsible couple, looking for a 3 bed/ 2
bath -no.use 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

GoT JUNK?
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUCK?
I BUY SCRAP METALS!!
850-838-JUNK(5865)
State Certified Scales
7/28-1/03




J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn- Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
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A 2 Z Farm and Lawn Services
Harrowing, bush hog wrnwinq diri leveling,
rake work and complete lawn services.
Tree trimming/ removal,, dump truck
services. Call 584-6737.
4/12tfn

Clay Swindle, LLC
All types Remodeling Carpenter, painter,
.exterior & interior, Licensed & insured,
experienced. Free estimates. Call 850-
223-1780 or 843-1941
*10/20tfCS


The Handyman experts LLC, honest work!
Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured, Specializing in house painting,
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
584-3776 (office). 25 years.
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Bush Hog Mowing, Dozer Work, Rake
Work, Land Clearing, Free Estimates. Call
(850) 843-2187.
9/29-12/29

TIMBER WoLF TREE SERVICE, LLC
Tree trimming & Tree Removal
James Harrell & Wayne Morgan
26 years combined experience.
Licensed & Insured,
Line Clearance Certified.
Phone: (850)962-906. Cell: (850)210-4761
10/13tf

CARPET & VINYL
Installation and repairs done at a good
price. No overhead. Direct savings to you.
30 years experience. 850-838-9050.
Please leave message.
01/04tfnBR

Palm Trees Done Professionally! 20 year
experience, stump grinding, tree trimming,
Licensed & Insured. Call John at 850-672-
0290
12/21-1/13

M M & PO P
LAWN SERVICES
(850)843-7579


Will baby-sit my house or yours. Call 584-
6214
10/18-10/20





I, Alma Kay Vann, will not be e"F poribli
for any debts other than my own effective
Seplem, :. 2, 2006.
9,' I. -- ,7.






In The Circuit Court Tr,;,' ..u I;.:ji Circuit
In and for Taylor C,'...-.r, i.:,.:i- Case
No: 2006-698-CP .
In, Re: The- Estate of Myra Chauncey
Mercer, Deceased.
Notice to Creditors
The administration of the estate .of Myra
Chauncey Mercer, deceased, whose
date of death was September 27, 2006,
-is pending in the Circuit Court for Taylor
County, Florida, Probate Divisicr, rre
address of which is Taylor C.:.J'. r.
Courthouse, Post Office Box 620 I-,
Florida 32348. The name and ada-,:. :r
the personal representative and the.',
personal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands .
Against decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court within the later of
three months after the date of the first
publication of this notice or thirty days
after the date of service of a copy of.
this notice on them.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court within
3 months after the date of the first
publication of thfistptjce. o.
All claims not filed within the time periods
set forth in section 733.702 of the Florida
probate code will be forever barred.
Notwithstanding the time periods set
forth above, any claim filed two (2)
years or more after the decedent's
date of death is barred.
The date of first publication of this notice
is October 20, 2006.
Barbara Finch Colerhan
Petitioner, 311 West Oak Street
Perry, Florida 32347
John Weed, P.A.,'
605 South Jefferson
Perry, Florida 32347
(850)838-1773'
121530
10/20, 10/27




LOOKING FOR UNWANTED
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Windows, AC Units, Working or
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In :he County Court, Third Judicial Circuit,
in and for Taylor County, Florido
Case No. 62-2006-CC-354.QOA-01
Southern Oaks RV Campground. LLC
DBA Perry, KOA
Plaintiff, '

.e ;, : ,', ."reeler
[Lr's,', 3.,'2,;
Notice of Action
Notice is hereby given that a petition to
determine ownership of a motor vehicle
has been filed and you are required to
ere a copy of your written' objections.
- ,D .-. on Southern Oaks RV
Campground, LLC D/B/A Periy, KOA
3641 Hwy. 19 South, Perry, FL 32348 who
is the petitioner, on or before.November
18, 2006, and file the original with the
clerk- of the court either before service
on; the petitioner, or immediately
r'.,,- -:. otherwise, a default will be
entered for the relief demanded, in the
*.,:;.;- Withness my hand, and seal.of
: ,: -..ai on the 18th day of October,
20036,oat Taylor County, Florida. Clerk of
th' Circuit Court
BySaoina 'Ford
Deputy Clerk
10/20,10/27, 11/3.11/10



NOTICE
Notice is hereby given pursuant to'
Section 2.13 of the City Charter of the
City of Perry,'Florida, that Ordinance No.
824 was ADOPTED by the City Council
on.OCTOBER 10, 2006.
ORDINANCE NO. 829
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL
OF THE CITY OF -PERRY, FLCri-
ABANDONING BAY STREET, DEFINING ITS
.-,I.II]i-, iF FTrC.'/IDING FOR A
I t :, i-, ii; 1 i1iilii i E .SEMENT. FOR THE
,. ii, ,':.,' t:ri'L, ', r. uPO N AND / i '.:,;
iL. "iihli i -.lI:l rI i.- POWERS OF THE
CITY OF PERRY TO MAINTAIN, -EPAirp
IMPROVE, CONSTRUCT ".'." Il-",:. II THE
UTILITY EASEMENT; PP.,. i- '.r Il
EFFECTIVE DATE.
Robert A. Brown Jr.
City Manager
SEmily Weed Ketring
Mayor
10/20


-NOTICE'
Notice is hereby given pursuant to-
Section 2.13 of the City Charter of the.
City of Perry, Florida, that Ordinance No.
824 was ADOPTED by the City C,:.ur..:
on OCTOBER 10, 2006.
ORDINANCE NO. 824
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PERRY,
FLORIDA RELATING TO THE REZONING OF
TEN OR MORE CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF
LAND, PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION BY
THE- PROPERTY OWNER OF SAID .
ACREAGE; AMENDING THE OFFICIAL
ZONING ATLAS OF THE CITY OF PERRY
LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS;
:r.i:, .irr:- FOR REZONING. 'FROM
-':ilr'TilL MOBILE HOME PARK 1
(RMHP-1) TO RESIDENTIAL, MULTIPLE
FAMILY 1 (RMF-1) OF CERTAIN LANDS
WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE
CITY OF PERRY, FLORIDA, PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN' CONFLICT AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Robert A. Brown Jr.
City Manager
Emily Weed Ketring
Mayor:
10/20,J u ,u 'ai.IJ i1,l V'c lv .J


NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE
BY THE BOARD 'OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an
ordinance, which title hereinafter
appears, will be considered for
enactment by the Board of County
Commissioners of Taylor County, Florida,
at a public hearing for Amendment No.
CPA 06-4 On November 6,2006 at 6:30
p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter
can be heard, in the Courity
Commission Meeting Room,
Administrative Complex located at 201
East Green Street, Peny, Florida. Copies
of said ordinance may be inspected by
any member of the public at the Office
of the County Administrator,
Administrative Complex, located at 20 1
East Green Street, Perry,. Florida, during
regular business hours. On the date, time
and place first above mentioned, all
interested persons may appear and-be
heard with respect to the ordinance.
AN ORDINANCE OF TAYLOR. COUNTY,,
FLORIDA, AMENDING-THE FUTURE LAND
USE PLAN MAP OF THE TAYLOR COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS AMENDED;
RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT OF TEN OR
LESS ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION' BY THE PROPERTY OWNER
Cf -L', E UNDER THE'
A .IE Cr.Eiji r .' .'E. i.rit. ESTABLISHED
IN SECTIONS 163.3 16 1 THROUGH 163.321
5, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS AMENDED;
PROVIDING FOR CHANGING THE. LAND
USE CLASSIFICATION FROM
AGRICULTURE-2 (AG-2) DWELLINGG UNIT
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the..date,- .rtime and place any

continuation of the public ',o,;r,.. :hall
. be announced- during mrre p.h.-
hearing and tliat no further notice
concerning the matter will :-e ,u.itr-e
All persons are advised that, if they
decide'to appeal any decision made
at the public hearing, they will need, a
record. of the proceedings and, for
such purpc.':e rin '-riaI re.3 to ensure
that, a .' .n r..3'n', iter :.3 of 'the
proceedings is, made, which record
includes the testimony and e.,i.-r,.-e
upon which the appeal is to
be based. '


Notice is hereby given to Bettie Jean
Thomas unless payment is made on
2000 .Dodge Intrepid VINf
2B3HD46RXYH261522 for towing service
on 9/30/2006. Vehicle will be auctioned
on the 6th day of November, 2006 at 10 .
am at Thomas Chevrolet 2128 Hwy 19
S., Perry, FL
10/20


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Completely furnished, $370,000. Call (859)608-2213.

Instruction.

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Land ForSale

20 acres with pond near State & Nat'l parks. Camp, Fish,
Hunt. $89,900 owner fin, $4995 down (800)352-5263 Florida
Woodland Group, Inc. Lic RE Broker,


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Homesites, hunt or recreation. (800)294-2313 Ext 1185 A Bar
Sales, Inc. 7 days 7am-7pm.

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FREE DIABETIC SUPPLIES! MEDICARE PATIENTS!
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DIVORCES275-S350*COVERS children, etc. Only one sig-
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tablished 1977

2006 MODEL BLOWOUT!!! Warehouse Clearance Sale on
the New Kayak Pool. SAVE S thousands on selected models
limited supply! FREE ESTIMATES Easy Finance Fast Instal-
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Real Estate


MURPHY, NORTH CAROLINA Affordable Homes in the
Mountains. Affordable Homes, Mountain 'Cabins and Land.
CALL FOR FREE BROCHURE (877)837-2288 EXIT RE-
ALTY MOUNTAIN VIEW PROPERTIES
www exilmurphy corn

Mountain Waterfroil Sale. Lakefront ihonesilcs & condos
w/boat slips on beautiful Lake Chiauge in Western NC. Call
now for Nov 4 "reservation (877)234-8850 x.102.


Call' .i S I' 95.:i h .9k on.m iu.Tin, md Sl)uuk N'.
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BEA LI.riFUL N CAROLINk. ESCAPE THE HEAT Ii
'Ti BE iUiiFuL PE iCEfLIL MOLINIAIli OF EST.
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r .E MOi.ioT rIa Cr.MA.C REAL ESTATE
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I LAND BARGAIN COMING 1 &r. ;S19 wu. Su
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With Tennessee's Beautiful Lakei & Mountains, you pm
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E. i Te.r.te.,-e. Noerl. Lake 5 I.' ..'-eded L iKEFRONT
lot- $66,500 5.1 ACRE WOODED view lot- $28,900 Call
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LAKE LOT CLOSE OUT SLE S .urdai No..mnb'- Ft
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5': Lc'i' leILi iS4 n i FREE BOAT SLIPS' Ons ptasu-
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LL i' '' : ..- lA J ic. fra-.v.' i ..a 7 2! ". li,s I-ta
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appraised ,i..,. Lc ..I.d ., C. r,ivrl FL w/ gf ...- nate .. udil
survey, r.i .,--r.. ~td.l & C.c .n Call todeL. I(iK.1I22Zas
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VA MIOUNTafN LOG CABIN .,i.nish.ia insd. smi
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LAKEFRONT REDEVELOPMENT OP;ORTUNITVI
owww prandeharbor info All water- acoss Ihomesiten direct
from the developer..Beautiful East Tennessee Lake Living.
Most amenities already, in. From only $79,900. Possible,. it
'mo NO PAYMENTS Call Nowl (888)BY-LAKES. Grand
Vision Inc. Broker.

MOUNTAIN GOLF RESQRTLIVING Beautiful Blue Ridge
Mountain location. Cashiers. NC. 70 degree July days.
Proconstruction event October 27- 29 during leaf sosac s,. .
call now to attend and for more.information. (888)743-2975'-
and www riverrockne cort. Vision Rock LLS, Broker. -

MYRTLE BEACH,, SC OCEANSIDE. NEAR BEACH
GATED COMMUNITY S169,900- $225,900 Exquisite I
and 2 BR. Villas- Prestigious Location Granite countertops,
Sunrooms, Walk-in closets Owners clubhouse/ Fitnes room/
Tennis Courts 90% Financing for Qualified Purcbhaon Lim-
ited Availability (800)382-3332 Open 7 days.

WATERFRONT RESORT LIVING WILMINGTON, NC
Historic Port City Coastal Development The Bluff; on the
Cape Fear. Fastest Growing County in NC. Public Grand
Opening Oct 21. Direct Ocean Access. Pre-constnrction in-
contives to call now. www thabluffsnc tonu (866)725-8337
Cape Fear Bluffs, LLC Broker.

Steel Buildings


STEEL BUILDINGS. Factory Deals. Save $$. 40 x 60' to
100 x 200'. Ex: 50 x 100 x 12' I $3.60/sq ft. (800)658-.285.
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