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Title: Perry news-herald
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Place of Publication: Perry Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 2006
Publication Date: 1958-
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Welcome to the 51st annual


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Saturday, Oct. 28 Forest Capital State Park'


Perly News-


eral


Est. 1889


October 27-28, 2008 ..-,


News


Forum

Standard Time

"'Fall'i "Back


Fall Back!
Daylight Savings Time ends
Sunday at 2 a.m. when we turn clocks
back one hour. and resume Eastern
Standard Time. So "fall back"
Saturday before you retire tor the
evening.

It's no trick:
say cheese!
Trick-or-treating youngsters are
invited to add Buckeye Community
Federal Credit Union to their rounds
on Tuesday, Oct. 31, for photos with
Disney characters from 8 a.m. until
5pm.
"Parents can bring their own
cameras, or allow us to take the
pictures," said Gil Williams for
BCFCU.

Go 'batty' at
library Monday
What has wings, but doesn't have
feathers and can fly?
Find out the answer and more
during a special program at the Taylor
County Public Library Monday, Oct.
30, at 5:30 p.m.
Sponsored by the Friends of the
Library, the event will feature Frank
Bibin of Brooks County, Ga
Bibin, along with his wife, lives on a
24-acre pecan grove where more
than 3.500 bats also make their
home.
"Come and learn how to attract
these fascinating creatures to your
property and about new research that
is being conducted by the University
of Tennessee. This will be an
outstanding program for all ages. and
everyone is invited."

Get your
tickets today!
Boy Scout Pack #603 will be
selling tickets for a pancake breakfast
today (Friday), from 4-6:30 p m., at
Wal-Mart.
The breakfast will be held festival
morning, Saturday, Oct. 28, at First
Baptist Church, starting at 7 a.m.
Scouts will be working in the
serving line, taking tickets and
money, and are also responsible for
clean-up. The breakfast concludes at
9-30 a.m.


Index
Living...page /.-4
Sports...page A.-6
Religic'n...p :ajge .'" -7
Looking Back... c.age B-1
Classified5...'page b-4
Entertainrnerntr,...pg C-2
TV' Listings...page C-3


Today
20% Low: 71
20% High: 85
Saturday ,
K--"".2" 0 Low 63
&^,,.-:; zo High: 79"
Sunday
"' 30% Low: 57
High: 78


Chest pains and a search for nitro pills spawned this Wednesday afternoon crash on North
Hwy. 19. Witnesses to the crash, along with TCSO Dep. Dewayne Bowden, pulled Patricia
Gorman from the wrecked SUV.

Dedicated line for 911 in Stein hatchee


A problem facing the residents
of Steinhatchee for decades may
have finally been solved. For
-Briril il someone in Siteinhatchec
dialed 911 during an emergency,
die call \ as routed to the Dixie


County 911 center and then
transferred, by an operator to
* .T4ylor County.
To a iLd lii; in the liiur-. tlhic
commission agreed last weekend
to purchase a T-1 phone line


into Steinhatchee at the fire
department. 0
According to Rena Courtney,
-.c un:N 911 coordinaci. thi -.'..ill
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side.
Local EMT Keith Counce, who
works with Doctors' Memorial
Hospital Emergency Medical
Services, was driving behind and
witnessed the whole event.
Cun e ir:'mm.diiel' called the
crash in to Taylor County Sheriffs
Office dispatch, \ iich relayed the


ers crash


call out to officers.
TCSO Dep. Dewayne Bowden,
who had been assisting Florida
Forest Festival committee
members in finding the 2006 Mr.
and Mrs. Tourist, was luckily, at
Wayside Park.
When he head the call, Bowden
immediately told the entourage he.
had to leave to answer a Signal 4.
(automobile crash).
When Bowden arrived on the
scene, he found Counce and a
friend assisting the Gormans. The
doors, which were facin,2 die k,
were pulled open and, tilC- rhdirec
men assisted Patricia out I:L' the
vehicle.
Robert remained in the SUV
until DMH EMS and Coii.t Fire-
Rescue arrived and e\tracted hini
It was determined thaI hie nedled
emergent3 uIuma jilaitilnu-n DNIH
AirMedic Oine tran port helicoptci
was sunmmn'red and i landrliri Zoiie
set up in front of the park.
* Robert was tran.porCd .;to
G.-iines i!l' Shands, where his
condition has been upgraded to
"good."


For last quarter


Buckeye posts $3.8 million earnings


Buckeye Technologies Inc.
announced Wednesday that it
earned $3.8 million after tax in the
quarter ended Sept. 30.
, During the same quarter of the
prior year, the company incurred a
net loss of $300,000 after tax
which included $1.2 million after
tax in restructuring expenses
associated with last year's closure
of the Glueckstadt,' Germany
cotton linter pulp plant.
Net sales in the just-completed



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quarter were $191.4 million, 16
percent above the $165.5 million
achieved in the same quarter of the
prior year.
"Our sales of nonwoven
materials and specialty fiber
products were strong during the
quarter as we continued to see
market conditions like we did in
the April-June quarter. The biggest
driver of the increase in sales over
a weak July-September quarter last-
year was higher shipment volume,


but our sales also benefited from
increased pricing and improved
shipment mix. Particularly
pleasing were the record sales,
volumes and operating income
delivered by our nonwovens
segment," Buckeye Chairman John
B. Crowe said.
Crowe went on to say that strong
operating results, working capital
reduction and low capital spending
allowed the company to reduce
debt by $24 million during the


quarter.
"We now have less than $500
million of debt on the balance
sheet, which is a milestone for us,"
he said.
Buckeye's stock price hit a 52-
week high this week and was
trading at $10.68 per share
Thursday morning.
Buckeye, a leading manufacturer
,and marketer of specialty fibers
and nonwoven materials, is
headquartered in Memphis, Tenn.


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The 2006 Florida Forest Festival Mr. and Mrs. Tourist were "arrested" Thursday morning by TCSO Resource
Dewayne Bowden at the KOA Campgrounds. Shown, frorr left to right, are members of the "arrest" delegation: Su
Murray, Dawn Taylor, Bowden, Harrell Champion, Pam Layton and Forest Festival Chairman Mark Viola.


The company currently operates
facilities in the United States,:
Germany, Canada, and Brazil.. Its
products are sold worldwide to
makers of consumer and industrial'
goods.

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travelers

'arrested'

This year's Florida Forest
Festival Mr. and Mrs. Tourist are
unique in several aspects.
To begin with, it took two days
to find them.
"It seemed like all the people we
asked to be Mr. and Mrs. Tourist
were on their way somewhere else
and couldn't change their
schedules," said Festival
Chairman Mark Viola.
It was on the second day of
searching parking lots, restaurants
and the Wayside Park when Pam
Layton and Harrell Champion
were found.
The couple had actually come to
Perry from Palm Beach Gardens,
near West Palm Beach, to enjoy
the festival. They found out about
it by way of newly transplanted
residents to this city Christopher'
and Leah James, the new owners
of the former Greystone
Apartments building.
"Chris and Leaih used to live in
West Palm Beach and we knew
Off. them there--delightful people,"
jsie Pam said. "They used to talk about
the Forest Festival and how
'exciting itis and it sounded like


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October 27-28, 2006


Ceremony salutes veterans


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'Jump
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Your
Day'


Book signing
William Rollings returns to Perry for a book
signing today (Friday) at Kmart from 5-7 p.m.
Copies of his book, "Jump Start Your Day" will
be available for purchase. He invites anyone who
has already purchased a book to stop by for a
visit as well.


Warning issued for beaches
The Taylor County Health Department is issuing an advisory for Dekle
Beach, Keaton Beach, Cedar Island and Hagen's Cove, recommending
against swimming and other contacts with beach water at these
locations.
This advisory is based on beach water sampling and analysis conducted
on Oct. 23. The beach water quality results do not meet the criteria for
bacteria levels recommended by the United States Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA).

Calls will be routed


to Taylor dispatcher


DEDICATED LINE
Continued from page 1


allow 911 calls made in
Steinhatchee to be routed to Bell
South, then to Dixie County, then
to the Steinhatchee fire station and
finally to Taylor County 911. The
calls will be transferred
automatically, however, and within
a matter of milliseconds.
It will take 45-90 days to
implement the new system, which
will cost $17,000 the first year,


including equipment. and startup
expenses. '
The annual cost thereafter will
be $10,020, but the county
receives $7,500 for 911 services
each year, Courtney said.' The
difference is a $2,570 cost to the
county each year.
At last Tuesday's commission
meeting, Commissioner Jack
Brown made a motion to use
contingency funds to pay for the
start-up costs. The measure passed
unanimously.


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Taylor County JROTC has.
announced it will host its 20th
annual Veterans Day Ceremony '
Friday, Nov. 10.
The program will:begin at 10:45
a.m., in the high school
gymnatorium. A reception for all,
veterans in attendance will follow,
in the JROTC building.
At noon, the color guard will,
preside over a wreath-laying.
ceremony at the Taylor County
Courthouse.
Both events are open to the
public and a special invitation is
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IS NOWACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS
FOR ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS

One (1),vacancy is now available.

The Board of Directors is now
Accepting applications to Fill this vacancy.
The applicants must be 18 years old or older

The applicants should:
Be a resident of Taylor County
Be willing to spend up to 8 hours per
month for meetings and workshops
Be willing to attend all board meetings
Be willing to attend two weekend
strategic planning sessions per year
Applications may be obtained at the Clerk of Courts
Office in the Taylor County Courthouse or in the
administrative office at Doctors' Mlemorial Hospital
(333 N. Byron Butler Pkwy.). Completed
applications must be returned to the Clerk's Office
or the hospital by 5 p.m. on Nov. 22, 2006.

No applications or requests will be accepted
after that time.

All applications must be submitted in writing.



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Florida Forest Festival
Hope your stay is enjoyable






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'Taylor County'


MR. AND MRS. TOURIST
Continued from page 1
fun. But when they told Harrell
about the World's Largest Free Fish
Fry, that was the icing on the cake.
He loves to fish and loyes a good
fish fry."
Pam grew up doing something
she really loves to do--working
with residents of a retirement
village, helping them in any way
she could, whether it be teaching
arts and crafts or just spending
time with lonely residents.
"It was very rewarding," she
said. "Those people were very
appreciative to any kindness
shown to them"
Harrell spent his career in the
water wells and water treatment
business.
The couple met eight years ago,
when Pam was working in an


upscale restaurant in West Palm
Beach.
I'Harrell came in every day,"
Pam said. "He was such a great
customer, always laughing and
cutting-up. One day I told a co-
worker that I thought he was an
especially nice .person and that I
could see myself with him. And
now, we've been together for eight
wonderful years."
The couple say they spend much
of their .time traveling and
"meeting people." They bought a
house on the water near Everglade
City and spend time there, fishing
and enjoying nature.
Harrell's eyes lights up when he
speaks of his passion..
"I love NASCAR racing," he
said. "We travel to almost every
race that is held. My favorite track
is in Charlotte, the Mecca of
racing."


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Harrell loves NASCAR racing
so much, that this yYear, Pam
bought him eight lapsJItarrell will
choose the track of his choice, suit
up, take a few short lessons and get
in the race car and make eight laps
around it.
"It's a dream come true," said
Harrell. "I'm still trying to choose
the track I want to drive on." '
Pam said she enjoys socializing,
doing arts and crafts," meeting and
talking to people for her fun and
relaxation.
About a year ago, the couple
purchased a motor home and have
been traveling: Both agree that
Blowing Rock, N.C., is one of their
very favorite places to visit.
"We just returned from there,"
said Pam. "The leaves have turned
and it was just beautiful. When you
stand on the rock, and look out
over the valley, it seems like you're


on the top of the world. It is
absolutely gorgeous."
Pam has two sons, Tommy and
Brantley, while Harrell has a
daughter, Lynn. Together, they
share a Jack Russell Terrier,
Wishbone.
"This is a beautiful place, Perry,"
said Harrell. "I can remember, in
the not to distant past, West Palm
Beach was a lot like this. It was
beautiful.
"Traffic was not bad, the beaches
were beautiful. Then people started
coming in hoards. The population
exploded. You used to be able to
get in your car and just drive to
where you wanted to go.
"Now, if you approach a red
light, it might change three times,
before you finally get to go


through it. The traffic is that bad. I
sure wouldn't want to see Perry
become something like that. It
would be nice, if this area could,
stay just like it is."
The couple will ride in
Saturday's King Tree Parade
before enjoying the festival
festivities at Forest Capital Park.
Before that, they will preside
over many activities connected
with the festival, including a
reception held in their honor today
(Friday) hosted by the Perry/Taylor
County Chamber of Commerce.
Shelton and Elizabeth Davis are
playing the role of host family,
escorting the couple from venue to
venue, making sure of the "little
things and big things alike," such
as m6als, tours and other


activities.
Although Pam said North'-:
Carolina was her favorite
destination, Harrell said he has
a new favorite place--Taylori
County.


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A-4 Perry News-Herald October 27-28, 2006

At Taylor Elementary ;e


Student newspaper applauded


Kristina Colvin, Michael Lusby

Colvin, Lusby to wed Saturday
Larry and Dianne Grambling of Perry, along 4 ith Waa ne and Debbie
Colvin, announce thie forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Kristina
Colvin, to Michael Lusby, the son of Mike and Debbie Lusby, also of
Perry, on Oct. 29, 2006, at 6 p.m. at Dekle Beach.
The bride-to-be is a 2002 graduate of Taylor County ,High School,
currently employed as a manager for Ware Oil and Supply Co. Her
grandparents are Dean and Cheryl Hightower, Ethel Grambling and the
late J.W. Grambling.
The prospective groom graduated in 2000 from Ta) lor County High
School and now serves as an assistant manager for Wal-Mart. -
No invitations will be issued; all friends and relatives of the couple are
invited to attend.


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l. I45 years ago you
were 15 years old.

Happy

Birthday

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Bro. Bill



Happy 7th


Newspapers are always quick to
applaud or criticize the efforts of
other newspapers, and today the
spotlight turns to the newest
"newspaper" in the community:
The Taylor County Elementary
School (TCES) Gazette,
With Tyler Russell as editor, the
Gazette put out its premiere issue
on Oct. 4, headlined by an
interview with new Principal Jan
Walker.
She is quoted as saying, "I think
that TCES is a fabulous school
with an unbelievably talented and
dedicated staff. My favorite part of
my job is being out on the wings,
in the classrooms or even in the
parking lot in the morning. It is in
these places that I can talk with the
students, get to know them better
and help them succeed at school.
That is why I became a teacher all
those years ago, and it has not
changed."
Russell also penned an article on
the school's new fifth grade band
which is creating quite a musical
stir, with more than 40
participants, under the direction of
Heather Hays.
It was Levi Strickland who


shared "Cafeteria Secrets," in the
newspaper's first edition, noting
that "The cafeteria gets its food
from U.S. Food Services based out
of Jacksonville....the food is
brought in and prepared according
to recipes, and it is all done by
hand. Nothing is pre-made. The


ladies have to open the containers,
mix it up, cook it and then serve..
it."
Strickland noted that new menu
additions, in keeping with the
"wellness program," include'
grilled chicken sandwiches, fruit
strudels and grilled chicken fajitas.


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Principal Jan Walker with Gazette Edtor Tyer Russell.
Principal Jan Walker with Gazette Editor.Tyler Russel! ..


Plus, there is now 2 percent.
"vanilla" milk.
The weather forecast came from
Cole Schwab who reminded
students of the "parades of
unwanted visitors to Taylor
County: Hurricanes Bonnie,
Charlie, Frances and Jeanne." He
also delivered October's forecast
that has held true: hot and humid,
but slightly cooler; upper 70s and.
mid 80s; with a rain chance of 30.
to 50 percent.
Morgan Mixon, also a TCES
reporter, compared and contrasted,
home schooling and public.
schooling.
Having been homeschooled the
previous year, she noted that "you,
can get through the day faster
because you don't have things like
wheel and scheduled lunch," but
she stressed: "Don't think it's a
vacation; home school is" still
school."
The benefits of pubhlc coolingn,
she suggests, include being with
your friends daily, special area
classes, the new fifth. grade band-
and other school-related actii itie.
.- Please see page 5


Elks Lodge

2006 Festival Dance

Saturday, Oct 28 :..Welcome Visitors
8:00 pm midnight "Have a Great

ondnc t-g USC 'nVited guests inTime!"
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Tickets available at Elks Drug Awareness Tent 4 E n*F &S.
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Profits fFom dance and draWihgs 'b't6 lodge charities
(Dressy Casual)


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Festival Day, Oct. 28

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Look for the AMSC Motorhome

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Linda Ingram of Perry announces the engagement of
her daughter, Olisia Ingram, to Joe Antonio Rowe, the son
of Joe and Mary Rowe, both of Madison.
The bride-to-be is. a graduate of Taylor County High
School and North Florida Community College and is
currently attending tinhe 'nI'e rsin' of Saint Leo. She is the
proud granddaughter of Mary Jones and the late William
Ingram of Perry.
The groom is a graduate of Madison County High School
and North Florida Community College, also currently
attending the University of Saint Leo. He is the grandson
of the late Erie Dell
Rowe and Emma llae
Nails of Madison.
The wedding will be 11
,held on December 16, '
2006, at 5 p.m. atlount "
Zion Missionary Bapri.'t *
Church in Madison. Fla."'
A reception till
immediately foll at ....,..
Madison Woman's Club.
q All friends and timilv
are invited to attend. "
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Anniversary
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.A-5 Perry News-Herald October 27-28, 2006


Perry Woman's Club will roll

out red carpet for dignitaries


The Perry Woman's Club will have been mailed to visiting
roll out the red carpet for queens, politicians and forestry
dignitaries who travel to Perry for industry representatives. These
the 51st Florida Forest Festival. festival l dignitaries aro invited to
Nearly a hundred invitations gather at the Perry Woman's Club


from 8:30-10 a.m. for breakfast
pastries and refreshments before
the beginning of the King Tree
Parade. Club members ,will serve
as hostesses for this event.


New Arrival

Conner Mason
Hinton
James and Brandie (Taylor)
Hinton announce the birth of their
: ,son, Conner Mason.
:, The new arrival was born on
July 31, 2006, at 8:58 p.m. in
,..A ._ .- Gainesville.
: He weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce,
and was 21 inches long.
Proud grandparents of the new
arrival are Robert and Rhonda
Taylor of Perry, and James and
Ann Hinton of Jasper.


Third, fourth, fifth grade students

share impressions of their ranking


NEWSPAPER.
Continued from page 4
Anthony Carter was the sports
writer for the edition and gate a
-detailed account of TaIlor Countm
'Middle School's football conquests
%."when the crowds %%ent w ild"
For the 'iew from third grade.
Rebecca Barber remembered her


first day with fear and trembling.
But fourth-grader Devin Kidd
cautioned that fewer privileges,
exist for his age group. "First, we
don't ha\ e Fun Fridays...second, in
third grade, there was recess. No
more of that...and third, in fourth
grade, all the work is harder,
except for science."
* As for fifth grade. reporter Laura


Freeman described the "high
point" as the newly formed band.
The edition concluded with
praise for Annie Ruth Williams
whose retirement party was held at
TCES, with more than 300
attending.
Felicity Brown. is staff
photographer for the Gazette and
Deborah Zink is staff coordinator.


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SKeaton Beach

Fishing Report


Passing cold fronts


hamper trout fishing


By PAT McGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Trout fishing was tough, for
most, as the three fronts in six
days really took their toll. The
ballyhoo, and most other bait fish
schools, have moved in shallow,
but most of the trout have yet to
discover that, and are still out in
4.5-5.5 ft. of water. Water temps
rose from 70 to 80 degrees in less
than four days, and I am sure will
crash back down again, keeping
the trout confused as ever!
Those with the patience to wait
on a strike-an-hour are catching
some larger fish shallow on plugs
like the Bite-A-Bait fighter, while
most folks are fishing Assassin
plastics either alone or under
* Cajun Thunders, to land their fish
in deeper water.
Thursday, I had Jerry and Steve
Williams of Columbus, Ga., out
and we had 10 trout, two reds, two
blues and a five-pound Spanish
caught on live pinfish and pogies
underCajun. Thunders. We caught
our largest two trout on Assassin's
Shrimp Cocktails. The Williams
fished with me again on Friday
and the front knocked us back to
five trout, two Spanish and one
blue.
Randy and Midge Bright of
Valdosta, Ga., fished Saturday to
land five trout and two reds. Randy
said he caught two of the trout and
his reds on a Thunder-Spin spinner
bait from less than three feet of
water.
Edward Thomas, of TGIF
Charters had Eleven-High, Chris
and Randy Yeomans of Howell,
Ga., out Saturday and caught them


a limit of 15 trout and three reds
using Berkley Gulp under, a Cajun
Thunder.
Saturday, Cal Beanblossom,
Glen Floyd and "Ringneck" Jones
of Sylvester, Ga., had their 15
trout with three over 20" long.
Cal said they caught all three of
the larger trout (all over four
pounds) on Bite-A-Bait's blue-back
"gold fighter. Most of the balance
of their fish were caught on live
pinfish or.pinfish strips under a
Cajun Thunder. This trio also had
a big blue, a Spanish and one
redfish in the box.
From Tracie at Keaton Beach
Marina: Josh Lovett, Levi Lovett,
Raymond Lovett, Bert Lovett,
Denise Lovett, Alice Lovett, Betty
Sirman, Sammy Lovett, Ernesto
Mata, Danny Lovett, and Homer
and Penny Lancaster, all from
Sumter County, caught the
following fish over the weekend
(three days) 50 keeper trout, 12 red
fish, two flounder, two Jacks, one
blue and three Spanish.
Saturday, I took Terry Haney;,
Curtis Jackson and Mark Soliz of
Valdosta, out and we had 14 trout,
three Spanish, two reds (Mark
caught them both, including his
first-ever!) and two blues. We
fished live pinfish under Cajun
Thunders in 4.5-5.5 feet of water.
Offshore Report: Jay Daniels
and David Wiggins of Madison,
had six Gags (to 15 pounds!) and
two red grouper, with a box of 50-
plus pinks from 52 feet of water,
Saturday. They used live pinfish
on the grouper and cigar minnows
to catch the grunts.


Tide Tables


F 27 High
27 Low
27 High
27 Low


Sd28
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28

Su29
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29
29

M 30
S30
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S. 30
Tu31
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31
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Low,
High

Low
High
Low
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Low
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Low
High

Low
High
Low
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Low
High
Low
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4:32 AM
12:13'PM
7:01 PM
11:44 PM

5:17 AM
1:18 PM
8:16 PM

12:50 AM
5:19 AM
1:36 PM
8:37 PM

1:26 AM
7:00 AM
2:53 PM
9:42 PM

3:08 AM
9:056AM
4:00 PM
10:30 PM

4:24 AM
10:35 AM
4:55 PM
11:08 PM


3.4
0.1
2.8
1.7

3.3
0.2
2.7

1.9
3.1
0.4
2.7

1.9
2.9
0.4
2.8

1.6
2.9
0.5
3.0

1.1
3.2
0.6
3.3


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Guide Service
Operating from
Keaton Beach Marina
(850) 584-9145
U.S.C.G. License
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the Taylor County Coast
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Low 5:23 AM
'High 11:43 AM'
Low 5:43 PM
High 11:42 PM


Low
High
Low


6:13 AM
12:41 PM
6:25 PM


Surprise Catch
Terry Haney of Valdosta, Ga., caught this 11-pound bonita
while trout fishing with Pat McGriff of One' More Cast Guide
Service. Haney'was using an Assassin Shrimp cocktail under
a Cajun Thunder in four feet of water.


TCHS vs. Fort White
Taylor County High defenders try to run down a North
Florida Christian runner during action last week. The
Bulldogs travel to Fort White Friday in the final district
contest of the year.


FWC wants input on redfish assessment


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
invites the public to participate in

FCA golf is

set Nov. 3rd
The Taylor County chapter of
the Fellowship of Christian
Athletes (FCA) will hold its
annual Golf Classic Scramble on
Fridtiay, Nov. 3, at the Perry Golf
and Country Club.
The 18-hole tournament will get
underway at 8 a.m. with a shotgun
start.
Breakfast will be served prior to
the start of the tourney with a
luncheon, provided immediately
fllt,\vi.ng.ihe corplciliop fplay...
i For more intOrniatini ,in to
enter, call (850) 383-1144.
i Dove season's first
phase ends Monday
The first phase of dove season
in Florida ends Monday, Oct. 30.
*Hunters may take mourning and
white-winged doves during three
hunting periods statewide. The
first phase runs Oct. 7-30, second
phase is Nov. 11-26 and third
phase runs Dec. 9 Jan. 7.
Shooting hours for the first
phase are noon to sunset.


Congratulations

Varsity Players

of the Week


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Defense
Jarquis Ellis
#11


Offense
Bryckoski Jackson
#9


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any of nine upcoming workshops'
regarding management of red drum
(redfish) in Florida.
The FWC is seeking comment
on its recent red drum stock
assessment, which concluded that
while the management.goal of 30


percent escapement is on target.
Detailed management options
and the workgroup recom-
mendations will be presented at
the workshops, which will take
place 6-8 p.m. local time as


follows:
Wednesday, Nov. 15,
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission, 620 S. Meridian
St., Farris Bryant Building, 2nd
Floor Conference Room,
Tallahassee.


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A-6 Perry News-Herald October 27-28, 2006










Religion


A-7 Perry News-Herald October 27-28,-200'


Pleasant Grove plans games galore for Fall Festival]


Community Fall Festival Tuesday
The line-up of games for Pleasant Grove's Community Fall Festival is
extensive: apple-bobbing, hay rides, Belly of the Whale, duck pond, Pin
the Nose on the Pumpkin, darts, bean bag throws, jungle bounce,
basketball toss, watergun and candle game, cake walk, horse shoes, fish
pond and bouncing horse.
"Plus there will be free gifts and candy for everyone," said Pastor Danny
Lundy. "Costumes should be church-appropriate and friendly; this is a fun
family event with free admission."
The festival is planned for Tuesday, Oct. 31, from 5:30 until 8 p.m.; the
church is located at 8985 Alton Wentworth Road in Shady Grove, and
everyone is invited. Hot dogs, popcorn and drinks will be available.
Oct. 31 is 'Hallelujah Night'
At Perry First Assembly of God, "Hallelujah Night" will be celebrated
on Tuesday, Oct. 31, from 5:30 until 8 p.m. Everyone is invited for fun,
food and games. "Bring the kids!"
Lakeside presents 'Trunk-a-Treat'
Lakeside Baptist Church will hold a Fall Festival/Trunk-a-Treat
celebration on Tuesday, Oct. 31, from 5:30 until 7:30 p.m. Games, music,
activities, drawings and treats are promised.
Everyone is invited.

Obituaries


Thomas Jackson Page
Thomas Jackson "Tommy"
Page, 49, died Oct. 24, 2006, in
Perry.
A native and resident of Taylor
County, he worked in construction
and was a crane operator.
He was preceded in death by his
mother, Mary Francis (Shiver)
Page.
Survivors include: his father,
George L. Page of Perry, two
brothers, Finis Page of Perry and
Ira Page of Wauchula; a sister; Iris
Collins of Perry; and seven nieces
and nephews.
In lieu of flowers donations may
be made to the family.
Funeral services .will be held
today, Oct. 27, at 6 p.m. at Joe P.
Burs Funeral Home.
Family members will receive
friends prior to the service from 4
until 6 p.m. Interment will be held
at a later date.
Burns Funeral Home is in charge
of arrangeniens .
)- Nancy Murphy Cruce
Nancy "Tinsey" Murphy Cruce,
a homemaker, 89, died Oct. 26,
2006, at Marshall Health Care in
Perry.
Mrs. Cruce was a native and



Let a professional help!
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KELLY & KELLY
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The family
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lifelong resident of Perry. She was
a member of Friendship Baptist
Church.
She was predeceased by her
husband, Glennis Earl Cruce, two
sons, Eschol Cruce and Glennis
Cruce, and a son-in-law, Wayne
Hunter.
Suvivors include: three sons, J.
L. Cruce, Kent Cruce and Monty:
Cruce, all of Perry; three
daughters, Betty Sherouse, Ola
Belle Hunter and Martha
Raulerson, Ml1 of Perry; a daughter-
S ,,"* Please see page 8


Look for

this symbol.

O SELECTED
Independent
FUNERAL HOMES
Member by Invitation

Since 1917. this association's
members have included the
finest privately owned
funeral homes in the unuon.
Local people you' e kno, n
for .ears. %% ho have a deep
comnmimen to providing .
di.imcti'.ve service based on
honesty. integrity, value
and dignity.
Beggs
Funeral Home
Perry Chapel
\ 850-838-2929 J


of Ted Mickens would like to
the churches and everyone
who did not receive a card
for the wonderful love,
support and prayers in
our time of loss.


SThank you,
Hazel Mickens


In Loving Memory of

Ashley Ralph Holton
June 26, 1927 Oct. 27, 2002

Our hearts remember you
as the leaves turn, to gold.
This was your time of year
and the season the Lord called you home.

The value of a man's life is
measured in what he did with his life.
You touched every person you encountered
with your friendship, love and Ielp.

'The example you set of a father's love
assures us of the perfect love from
our heavenly father.
What a wonderful gift you shared with
your family and friends.
Our hearts remember you.


Sunday celebration at Crosspoiit
Crosspoint Baptist Fellowship will hold its fall festival on Sunday, Oct.
29, at 5 p.m. The address for the church is 920 Courtney Road. Everyone
is invited "to come and have fun with us."
National Day of Healing observed
Churches across the nation will be open for the First National Day of
Healing planned Saturday, Oct. 28, and Evangel Christian Fellowship is
participating in the observance. The special day is planned by Charles and
Frances Hunter Ministries. Locally, Evangel will be open from 11 a.m.
until 2 p.m. at 1454 Courtney Road, with people "trained to minister
healing to the sick in prayer." For more information, please call 838-3222
or 584-4455.
Wild Game Feast planned for Nov. 4
Blue Creek Baptist Church invites the community to come to Keaton
Beach "and let's kick off hunting season together!" The church.is planning
a Wild Game Feast and will prepare the following beasts for the feast:
gator tail, black buck, 'barbecue pork, Florida whitetail, South Carolina
whitetail, Javalina, elk and Texas buck, along with swamp cabbage.
Prizes will include: an aluminum tool box, offshore fishing trip, inshore
fishing trip, Garmin GPS, tree staid, camouflage, saltwater lures, tackle,
box and more.
Sponsored by Fishers of Men Ministries, the day will feature James West
as guest speaker. Admission is free, and the fun begins at 4 p.m. "Bring
your appetite!"
Mt. Gilead also looks toward Nov. 4
Mt. Gilead Baptist Church in Eridu will hold a fall festival on Saturday,
Nov. 4, beginning at noon. Hot dogs and chili will be served, with fun for
all ages promised. At 1 p.m., an outdoor sing begins featuring Crimson'
Flow, Mt. Carmel Five and Bobbie Blanton.

f St Johns Christian X
Fellowship


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


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


,\urserv and Children's Ministry Provided
(located at the intersection of Puckett Rd. and Golf Course Rd.)
Mark McElfresh, pastor 584-7251 2






Tuesday, Oct. 3
S6:30- 8:30 p.m.:


Everyone Welcome!


chili &



Cupcakes


Harides




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LAKESIDE BAPTIST CHURCH

Fall Festival

Trunk-A-Treat


Lots Of


Tuesday, Oct. 31
5:30 7:30 p.m.


Fun
"CtiVities
O2rawin.,


Treats for All...Don't Miss It!


Hwy. 27 East


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


"Thank You"
There are wonderful people who give from their hearts
in thoughtful and unselfish ways,
so willing to share, no matter how busy their days.
There are wonderful people
who shine in our lives with


l their gentle and beautiful light.


Special thanks to my 'dear friends, Judy and Larry
Neal, also all the members of First Presbyterian Church
including Mrs. Margaret West and Mr. Erdman West,
Mrs. Cindy Brown, Mrs. Nancy Turner, and Mrs.
I Peggy Eckel, who took time out of their busy schedules
to help me during my recovery. I also would like to
thank Ms. Shuge Mangum and the following families:
Dr. Abdo's, Dr. Sofie's, Murphy (Tina, Steve, etc.),
Hughes (Carolyn, James, etc.), Brown (Lindsey, Ruby),
Tyson (Lynn, Billy), Nolands (Rusty & Josh) for their
support during this time.


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Glorious Rain hosts Union Meeting
Glorious Rain will host the Church of God of Prophecy Union Meeting
oif Sunday, Oct. 29, at 10 a.m. with Sunday School followed by morning
worship at 11.
"Bishop Almando' Mullings will preside; the community is cordially
invited. The church is located at 110 E. Maurice Linton Rd.

Ash Street *

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

Perry First Church of God
Sunday School 10:00 10:45
w- :Worship Service 11:00 12:00
S- Children's Church 11:00 12:00


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Choir Practice 6-00 6:45
Sunday Service 7.00 8:00
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All area youth are invited.

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Halloween is a time of great fun
fr, children, but it can be a little
scary for parents and drivers.
Children are often out after dark,
crossingg busy streets and perhaps
going to unfamiliar homes.
By exercising a little caution,
however, everyone can have a safe,
i ', able time.
"This year Halloween falls on a
srcoolday and daylight savings
ends just two days earlier. With


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neighbor to neighbor, drivers need
to be particularly cautious," said
Ray Palermo, who coordinates
safety tips for teachers.
"However, by following some
simple advice, parents, children,
drivers and homeowners can all
have a safe, enjoyable time."
Trick-or-treaters should always
be accompanied by an adult or
travel in a group. Children should


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at Pisgah Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends Sunday from 1 until 3 p.m.
at Burns Funeral Home, which is
in charge of arrangements.


be told not to eat any unwrapped
candy or treats until they return
home for their parents to see them.
Making sure kids have already
eaten before heading out may help.
Parents should incorporate
reflective tape in costumes or add
bright colors to increase visibility.
Make-up rather than masks should
be worn to help ensure that
children have an unobstructed
view of their surroundings.
Trick-or-treaters may be caught
up in the excitement of the day and
not be as careful as they should.
They should always cross at
comers and look both ways before
crossing. Drivers need to keep a
careful eye on the road and on the
sidewalk, in case anyone darts out
from between parked cars.
Children should stay on. the
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Perry News-Herald October 27-28, 200.


A Taylor tradition
You are invited to enjoy Taylor County's finest traditions
during this weekend's 51st annual Florida Forest Festival.
Don't miss: (top photo) the King Tree Parade, (left) the
"World's Largest Free Fish Fry (left) and (above) live
music.


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
October 28, 1971


GEORGIA PUCKETT
CROWNED QUEEN
Three thousand spectators


jammed Forest Capital Hall to see
14 North Florida beauties compete
for the title of queen of the Florida
Forest Festival.
Chosen to succeed the 1970
queen, Miss Martha Lott, was Miss
Georgia Puckett, a Taylor County
High School senior.
The five-foot, six-inches tall,


green-eyed blonde, known as
"George" to her friends,. proved
herself to be a popular choice and
was greeted warmly when her
name was announced.
Queen Georgia, the daughter of
Tommy Puckett and Mrs. Barbara
Puckett, was a senior at Taylor
County High School. She planned


to use the scholarship and cash
prizes to help finance her
education at Florida State
University.
The court was made up of Terry
Giddens, Cindy Saults and Wendy
Lonbom.

HISTORICAL/CULTURAL
MUSEUM RECOMMENDED
The Division of Recreation aid
Parks gave its unqualified
recommendation for the erection
of a state historical and cultural
museum at Forest Capital State
Park in Perry.
Spurred by reports that $30,000
would be raised through donations
from friends of the forest industry
for the erection of a "turn of the
century" homestead. at the park,
complete with a log house, barn,
outbuildings, "and even a shuck
broom and dipper on the back
porch," officials of the Division
last week vowed to work for
construction of the museum with
state funds.

ENGAGEMENT TOLD
Burns-Sadler
Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Burns Jr.
announced the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Bonnie Iris Burns, to
Thomas Marcus Sadler, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas B. Sadler of
Biloxi, Miss.

WEDDING BELLS
Wincey-Register
Miss Carol Sue Wincey and
Shelton Jerry Register were united
in marriage at the First Baptist
Church. The Rev. E. L. Mixon
officiated at the impressive double-
ring ceremony. Mrs. J. S. Wincey
and the, late Mr. Wincey .were
parents ol the bride idMrs. H AM. ,
Chauntce. of Mulbery, 'was
mother of the. beiderooin. '"* '


Some things hi life. just happen and are accepted
though never quite understood. Such was the case with
our healing tree whose shiny green leaves carried, a
mysterious healing quality.
To most folks it was a stately old oak tree that grew at
the edge of our front yard on Center Street but to lthce
of us that were exposed to its higher calling it became
much more. In the hands of Uncle Tom Frith (noit rfitrli
but called Uncle out of respect) those ,c:n!.-, icar::
could heal thrash, a dreaded mouth disease lin-at aIllfec ed
Babies and small children.
Uncle Tom was a small man in stature who seldom
drove a car and usually walked the distance from iNs,
home on Old Dixie Highway to our house. I can see him
now as he entered the front yard standing silently
underneath the branches of the tree until mama would,
welcome him.
Once he had spoken to mama she would usher us back
into the house so that Uncle Tom could go. about the
business of collecting the right leaves. I always aiin ,i
to peek out the window at him as he would take a step or
two then bend down, pick up a leave, examine its texture
and decide to either keep it or discard. if. By the time he
said goodbye he would have spent a considerable amount
of.time selecting the right leaves to use for the healbii
process. Only he knew which ones to' take or 'lea'e and
once he collected a certain amount he viiwulld call o
mama to thank her.
I loved for Uncle Tom to visit because I wac tota.lly
fascinated with his "healing." In fact, all of us .ids ; ere
familiar with his ability to heal since we had experienced
it firsthand. Even after all the years I cannot tell you how,
it worked, I just know it did.
Another healer in our neighborhood was Uncle Jimr1.y
Poppell (not a relative either). He conducted his bu'ir.--: s.
directly across the street from our house at' his nai
grocery store/gas station. Uncle Jimmy concocted a
special lotion that was used- to treat kinrrcancer;' c r
heard what the. ingredients were nor how they were
applied but I do recall stories about the success of his
treatments,.-
Growing up with the knowledge of God as the giver of
all good gifts it was never a contradiction for me that
each of these men used a different method to accomplish ,
healing. The results spoke for themselves.
This early training in- accepting God's gifts was
re-enforced each time we walked down Center Street to
attend church. I was taught about God's goodness by
gentle men and women. Bible stories came alive as they
shared truths about healing and God's tender care for
us. I was also encouraged to share the. gift of music that
God had instilled in me. By the time I was 10 years old,
I was given the opportunity to play at midweek service.ItJ.,,
must have taken lots of patience on the part of the adults -
to endure the sound that I produced, but I was never told
that I could not repeat the performance. In fact, by the
time I was 12, I was part of a trio. My friends Peggy
(Denmark), Eddie Lou (Mixon) and I would spend
countless hours practicing in order to.sing for perhaps
30 seconds at WPRY Radio Station each Sunday
morning. Our church sponsored the time aild it was all
done LIVE, never pre-recorded. We were a gigglely
threesome as we entered the radio station, but once the
microphone was placed in front of us the giggles
disappeared and somehow God did his work in us and we
would sing as if we were professionals.
My Mathis cousins and I enjoyed lunch at Rosehead
Cafe in downtown Perry on Tuesday. We spent the better
part Of three hours recalling numerous times that our
paths in life were altered and we came to the conclusion
that some things do not need an explanation...they just
are what they are and that's not a bad way to live fe.
Delores ,L. Walker can be reached at edrnmwwlldfwindstre amr.net


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You care about a clean environment that supports a healthy family. So do we. That's why we're working to make our facility
one of the cleanest of its kind in the country.-In fact, one-third of our plant's total cost is being invested in the most state-of-the-art
environmental protection systems available.
Thanks to significant advancements in technology, our new power plant will safely control air emissions at levels far below
both national and state standards. All of this will be carefully supervised by a continuous monitoring system that will ensure our
emissions are safe for everyone-even the most sensitive individuals and ecosystems.
Taylor County's beautiful environment helps keep us all healthy and safe. And we're doing our part to make sure our
grandchildren can say the same. At the Taylor Energy Center, we are investing our energy in helping us all breathe a little easier.


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Rehearsals for the upcoming
USO style show, "God Bless
America," featuring Taylor.
County's star talent, have begun.
and the next rehearsal is scheduled
for Monday, Oct. 30.
The rehearsal begins at 7 p.m.,
and will be at the Evangel
Christian Fellowship Church


located at 1454 Courtney Road,
just off Highway 19 North.
The USO style show will be on
Saturday, Nov. 11,' beginning at
7 p.m., in the Taylor County
Middle School auditorium.
The theme, oLthe-show is "God
Bless America," and there will be a
special tribute and recognition of


Rehearsal slated

Monday; show

debuts Nov. 11


our military, past and present.
Tickets for the show will be on sale
in October at businesses around
the area and from veterans.
The fund-raising event will be a,
part of Veterans,-Week 2006, .and
will benefit the Taylor County
Veterans Benevolence Fund.
For more information, please


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Pursuant to section 193.122 Florida Statutes,
Eldon Sadler, Property Appraiser for Taylor County
hereby gives notice that the 2006 tax rolls were '
certified to the tax collector on the "
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B-4-Perry News-Herald October 27-28, 2006


Mega Yard Sale--Saturday, November 4.
Clothes--Men, Women, Children, Teens,
Blue Jeans, Toys, Puzzles, Games,
Christmas, Decorations, Kitchen Wares,
Books, Video Games, Exercise
Equipment. TV/ Electronic/Computer
Equipment, Furniture, Collectibles, and
much, much more. Will be held at the City
. Park across from the Chamber- of
Commerce, 7:30 AM until Noon.
This yard sale sponsored by employees .of
Buckeye. All sales benefit the community
United Way campaign. Everyone welcome
to donate. Everyone welcome to buy. 584-
1275
Yard Sale 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Oct. 28 & 29
(Next Saturday & Sunday) 456 SW 846
street, Steinhatchee. Rain or shine. Follow
signs. All items must gol
10/20-10/27


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

QUEEN ORTHOPEDIC PILLOWTOP
MATTRESS SET. New in plastic,
warranty. $275,.850-222-2113.
10/27GCN


For Salo: Oak Dining Set w/6 chairs $300,
Glider Rocker w/stool $50, Swivel rocker
$35, 6 ft. Wicker shelving unit $35, Or take
all for $400! Please call 838-2137
10/27-11/3- .


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 1.0-4 Antiques
We buy...call us! Collectibles
Yard Sale
Set-up -,,erryF leMak Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422-584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


Yard Sale Saturday 8 a.m. until, washer,
dryer, water heater, Tressel table 2
benches, 2 piece wrought iron set, 803
West Ash St. Saturday 8 a.m. until.
10/27
Yard Sale Friday & Saturday Sadler
Bargain Barn 4289 Us 98 West Sofa &
chair, old wicker straight back chair new
dolls, dryer, new tools.
10/27
Big Yard Sale Saturday, Oct. 28, 2006 205
W. Ash St. 8:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. No Early
Birds!
10/27

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come ll!

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-available for guitar, string instruments &
voice students, Recording Studio Now
available. Beginners welcome. Call Josh
Noland 850-584-5975.
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Maroon Double Recliner, Blue single
recliner, Tan sofa w/hide-a-way bed, girls
twin headboard, mattress with box springs
& rail. Call 223-2547.
10/27-11/1
.2'PC. LEATHER sofa & loveseat. Brand'
new, hardwood frames $795, can deliver,
850-425-8374
10/27GCN
3 Piece Living Room New Micro Fiber
Sofa, Loveseat, Chair. $650, still wrapped,
stain resist 850-222-9879
10/27GCN
6 piece bedroom set, new in boxes, must
sell, $550. Call 850-545-7112
10/27GCN
ALL NEW KING PLUSH TOP
ORTHOPEDIC mattress set. Still in
plastic with warranty, can deliver $395.
850-222-7783
10/27GCN
Bedroom Set: New King bed, TV Armoire,
chest, 2 nightstands. Retail $3,200,
sacrifice $1Q00. 850-222-2113
10/27GCN .
Cherry sleigh bed, $250, solid wood, still
boxed 850-425-8374
10/27GCN


Compaq Presario Computer, W/color
monitor; speakers; upgraded HP printer;
color copier; scanner. Has a black
computer desk many extras. Call 584-
5284
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Rent-30 foot camper in secluded area, One.
person only, no pets. On Beach Rd. All
utilities paid, fully furnished $100 'per
week. Call 584-4551.
10/27-11/3
2 BR mobile Home fully furnished, patio,
nice yard, very clean will. Will accept 1
very small child, no pets taking
application. Call 584-4366.
10/25-11/3

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Immediate availability on 2BR apartments
with rental assistance to qualified
applicants. Equal Housing Opportunity.
Office hours are 8:00-5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call
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Call 584-6113 between 8:30 and 5:00.
10/18-11/10

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Looking For Applicants!
HUD Vouchers accepted. I and 2 BR HC
and non-HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8:00 to 5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call
850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett
Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal .Housing
Opportunity.
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near Keaton Beach. Very private gated
entry $650/mo including electric, adults
only, no pets. References. Call 850-578-
2356 for appointment.
10/4-10/27
Mobile Home sites for lease. City water,
P.E. Elec. Lipscomb Circle 584-4516
9/20-11/1
TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
Accepting applications for 1, 2 and 3 br
HC and Non-HC accessible Office hours
8:30 to 4:30 Mon.- Fri. Phone 850-584-
6842
500 S. Warner Ave
Equal Housing Opportunity
10/4-10/27
Room for rent private bath, private
entrance, living room, small fridge and
T.V. Call 584-8045
10/11tfMC
Newly remodeled, office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Gioup Realty @ 850-584-4401.
6/21tfnSGR
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.
7/12tfnS3GR


Land For Sale By Owner
Ocala National Forest Lots
$500 down $199 month
Owner 352-239-5520 or 352-236-4579
wwwocalaforestland.com/2nd
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1 acre cleared off Spring Warrior asking
$32,000. Call 223-2627 or 838-0851.
10/6, 10/13, 10:/20c 1027, 11/3
For Sale 2 lots, Borders Orange and
Washington St. Call 223-2627 or 838-0851
10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3

3 BD/2 Bth Brick House in City limits,
close to schools, attached garage, asking
$139,000 offered through Ray Sharp
Realty. Call 352-486-2292
10/25-11/17
For Sale By Owner: Downtown Brick
House near school and shopping. 3
Bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms. Central Heat
& Central Air. Completely remodeled. 838-
6425.
10/25-11/3

Quarter acre lot on city water, sewer and
gas lines. Quiet neighborhood. Not zoned
for mobile homes. Needs previous-
slab/pool removed and filled. $7000 firm.
Call Rev. Brow at 223-1764
10/25-11/17
FOR SALE 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.
9/29-10/27
Land for sale, 221 North Between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing.
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
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204 Woodgate Dr. 3 b d/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 Jenkin's R3 25k 2 acres
with 2 mobiles homes, good well & septic
system in city limits. Call evening 584-
5117.,
10/20-10/27
Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq.
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-,
584-5891. Pete Fortner '
7/19tfnBC

Help Wanted
Herbicide applicators, must be 18, Must
.: likA boirig,in,.w4o' must be ailing iO
worf ':oul ot I,:-n Will train, Apply Ir,
person, at Randel's Landclearl'g and
Development 1949 S. Jefferson St Perry,
FL 584-3807
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NW HOUMES IN THE CITY
3 bedrooms 2 baths open floor plan Hardiboard siding on .75 acre m/I $225,000
3 bedrooms 2 baths open floor plan Brick home on .75 acre m/I $225,000
3 bedrooms 2 bath,Brick home double car garage on .75 acre m/l. Sale Pending

* 31.62 acres m/I on Ma Dixon Road with 2005 Triple Wide MH $389,000
* Nice brick home on 3.5 acres m/l. Reduced Price $169,500
* Being Remodeled frame home in the city $70,000
* Very nice newly remodeled block home in the city $109,900
* Two 13.5 acre.parcels located on Hwy 19 South. Fair Market Value!
* 25 acres m/I near Sand Hill Hunt Club
* 74 acres m/I near Sand Hill Hunt Club. Owner Financing
* 2004 above average-DWMH with paved driveway $160,000
* 1998 DWMH on 2 acres m/I near the beach, $89,900
* Investment opportunity 5 acis near Yates Creek Landing. Offers Wanted!
* 177 acres on Powell Hammock Road. Will divide. $4250 per acre

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METAL* :3' Wide
ROOFING Galvalume

Full line of 3' Wide
accessories in stock Painted
Special Flashings Made All Types Warranted Metal Available
Cut to your desired lengths Delivery Service Available
Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778., Horseshoe Beach, Fl.


TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Road Maintenance Tech $8.04/ hr. +
benefits -
Planner $34,717 $39,145 + benefits
Library Tech (part time) '$7.29 hr.
Library Tech (full time) -. $8.04 hr.
Entire job descriptions and requirements
can be viewed at
www.taylorcountygov.com or Taylor
Employment Connections, 1702 S.
..Jefferson St. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County.is an EOENP/Drug
Testing/ Background Check Employer.
10/27tfnBCC

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


FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Vocational Teacher EJT
Carpentry
Position #70040266
Closing date 11/02/06
Annual Salary Range $32,696.82-
.$54,846.74
Position located -in the Education
Department at Taylor Correctional
Institution. This position is responsible for
teaching carpentry to students. Must have
high school diploma or its equivalent and
six years experience in carpentry. A
bachelor's .degree from an accredited
college or- university and two years of
occupational experience in the vocation.
being taught; or additional ,education or
training may substitute on a year-to-year
basis for up'to four years of the required
experience as described above.
Applicants may apply on-line at
https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com or by
contacting the People First Service Center
at 1-877-562-7287. EEO, For additional
information, contact the Department of
Corrections at 386-294-4642.
10/27-11/1 -

Ajor, Feps Needed Can start,you at 50%
earnings. Free gift with $10 start up. Call
BJ at 850-584-6289 or 850-843-2605.
10/1,3-11/11

Cook Needed for Rocky's Convenience
Store. Part-time position in shipping Dept.
for J&J Equipment. Call 584-6555 or fax
qualifications to 850-584-7566.
10/25-11/3


FOR SALE: Sears Sir Hillary Tent, PSE-
.Baby Gee Bow, case, arrows, quiver and
release, Ruger Mini-14 ranch rifle with
folding stock, Remington 870 express
Magnum 838-2477 after 5 p.m.
10/25-10/27
'2002' Big Bear 400 4-wheeler, mud tires
$2500. Call 352-210-1955.
10/11-11/3LH

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
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 "-d-, c ,"

Boat for sale '2002' 17 1/2' Scout 90, 4
stroke Johnson, mint condition, $14,000
Call 325-210-1955
1.0/11-11/3LH
'2001' 4-wheeler, Kawasaki Prairie 300,
automatic, $2500 Call 352-210-1955.
10/11-11/3LH

'05' Arctic Cat 4.wheeler 400 LE 4x4 Auto
$3900, Miller Syncrowave 250 tig Welder
water cooled AC powered, is on its cart.
Perfect condition. $2000 Call anytime 838-
6769
10/27

For Sale Remington Auto 12 aa. shotgun
Mowhawk 48 2 3/4 in. or will trade for
outboard motor 9-20 hp. in good condition.
850-838-3371,
10/27-11/1

1994 Stumpnocker, 60 HP Mercury, good
condition $4,500. Call 850-584-9084 after
6 p.m,
9/27-11/17


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CLEANING
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& CARPET
CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours
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A 2 Z Farm and Lawn Services
Harrowing, bush hog mowing, dirt leveling,
rake work and complete lawn services.
Tree trimming/ removal, dump truck
services. Call 584-6737.
4/12tfn


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Excellent salary and benefits.

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RNs & LPNs

All Shifts
Sue Love, Director of Nursing


Business Office Manager
Full-Time Position
5 years experience in
administrative supervisory capacity


WANT TO BUY

Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars
Pocket Watches Diamonds
S Postcards Sports Memorabilia
Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys
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Advent Christian Village
Current JOBS Line Advertisement
Call 2 or visit www.acyllUjge.nrt
24hrs/day, 7 days/week'
CNAs Got a Passion for Compassion? FT
an PT positions/ various shifts, long-term
care setting. Florida certification required.
Shift differentials evenings/ weekends,.
FT positions include health, dental, life
disability, supplemental insurance; 403b
retirement account; paid time off, access
to onsite daycare and fitness facilities.
Apply in person at Personal Office
Monday through Friday froi 9:00 a.m. until
4:00 p.m., or .fax resume/credentials to
(386) 658-5160. EOE/ Drug-Free
Workplace/ Criminal background checks
required.
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19 Yr; old "Thoughbread gilding" needs
great home. $800 OBO. Call 850-838-
3146.
10/27-11/1
AKC Yorkies, vet/certificate, 8 weeks,
$600 OBO Call 838-2809.
10/27

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


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1998 Chevy Silverado Z71, stepside, fully
loaded, green, 5.7 liter, push button 4-
wheel drive. Asking $6500 firm bank
valued at $7,900. Call 223-1970
10/27
2004 Black Mustang 40th Anniversary,
still under manufactures warranty, 5 spd,
V8 gt, only 27,000 miles. Chrome Cobra
rims, pwr. everything, cruise control,
leather interior. Asking $19,500. Call 223-
2547 anytime!
10/27-11/1 .

700 R4 Transmission works, but needs -
rebuilding $150 Firm 223-3889.
10/20-11/3
UWS Truckbox, single lid, black powder
coat, 7.5 cu. ft. (small truck) $125 Like-
new.
Brand New P205/75 R15 Mastercraft tire
mounted on GM rim $30. Call 843-2418.
10/20BG
2004 Toyota Camry, leather seats, 54,000
miles, asking $14,500. Call 584-6276.
10/25-11/3
1999 Ford Explorer XLT, new'paint, low
mileage, fully loaded call for information.
584-8032 or 584-5010 anytime after 6:00
p.m.
10/25-11/3
Diesel VW pickup/5 speed professionals
made all'repairs, service records $3,500.
Firm needs injector pump rebuilt 850-223-
1247/305-731-3185
10/25-10/27
1996 S-10, 4WD, white. Call 850-584-9084
after 6 p.m.
9/27-11/17




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GOT JUNK?
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUCK?
.1 BUY SCRAP METALS!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
7/28-1/03
Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. Wanted Isuzu and Toyota
trucks for export. 386-688-3999.
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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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STUMP GRINDING
AND
PRESSURE WASHING.
Free Estimates!!!
Call Billy Blue at
838-1307 or 672-0955
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TIMBER WOLF TREE SERVICE, LLC
Tree trimming & Tree Removal
James Harrell & Wayne Morgan
26 years combined experience,
Licensed & Insured,
Line Clearance Certified.
'Phone: (850)962-9069 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 years
experience, stump grinding, tree trimming,
Licensed & Insured. Call John at 850-672-
0290
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MOM & POP
LAWN SERVICES
(850)843-7579.
9/1ff -

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

Bush Hog Mowing; Dozer Work, Rake
Work, Land Clearing, Free Estimates. Call
(850) 843-2187,
9/29-12/29

The Handyman experts LLC, honest work!'
Affordable, professional, licensed and:
insuredr. Specializing in house painting,.
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
i.naintenance, pressure wasning (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor. ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (hrme) or
.584-3776 (office). 25 years.
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In The Circuit Court, Third Judicial Circuit,
i n and. for Taylor County, Florida. Case
'No: 2006-698-CP
In Re: The Estate of Myra Chauncey
Mercer, Deceased.
; Notice to Creditors
,The admeinirrion ow r In estate oM 00LO
Chauncev t.lercer, a.-c,3:e d Whose
dote of dear wao Seopernb? 2' 2006.


is pending in the Circuit Court .for Taylor
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Taylor County
Courthouse, Post Office Box 620, Perry,
'Florida 32348. The name and address of
1jr. personal representative and the
-r .. v ,;c .y- attorney are

All creditors of the decedent and other
pe'.:.-,: r,.3.,ing claims or demands
.a3i'-.i 'I3 3 -: dent's estate must file-their
: .', r ..r, mis court within the later of
ir-e ,,.:.r.rr,; after the dote of.the first
ptilr0'ation of fthiis notice or thirty days
after the date of service of a copy of
,.i .-r-,r .:,vd,.-:.,i of the decedent and.
othar._ persons having claims or.
demands againsT aecedent's estate.
mdst file'their claims, with this court within
3 months after the date.of the first
:..jr.i. .3 '.,, o,:f this notice.
All claims not filed within the time periods
.I ti.:.,tr, r., :-n i ..,- 733.702 of the Florida.
probate cod4 will be forever barred:
ti.:.. ..ir.:a ,rsnN g the time periods set
i,-,rr, ac..,.. .e or,./ claim filed two (2)
De; .:,. m:'.'e after the decedent's
date of dea is barred.
The date of first publication of this notice
Sis October 20, 2006.
Barbara Finph Colean
Petitioner, 11 West Oak Street
Perry, Florida 32347
John Weed, P.A.
se ;,-,u ir.. i e,.:cr,


OIC O, TIO N
T.-. P CLINT .M G ...


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL.
CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
ili fr i he u.to arr, ia .:. '
T A .'LEIIt I lC 5-eG4l,
Petitioner / Wife,
Case No. 05-687-DR ".

ROBERT CLINTON MORGAN, SR.,
Respondent Husband.
NOTICE OF ACTION -
-TO POBERT CLINTON MORGAN,'
i ", I ,
,C'.iia: GA i01. .
.ClJU lPE HEPEB. lOilfifED that a Petitior
for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed
by the Petitioner / Wife, ANNA GAYLENE
MORGAN in Taylor County, Florida; and
.. are required to. serve a copy of 2
S',.:,u answer or other pleading on the
Petitioner / Wifeis attorney, MICHAEL' S. .
TItlIH .*,in SMITH &.SMtTH, ATTORNEYS AT
LA .. P P.O. Drawer 579, Perry, Florida
32348, and file the original answer or
Di.adreJ.it t.irie c.O;he ..! the Clerk of the
above-named Court on or beforl-the--
26th day'of NOVEMBER, 2006. '
IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO; judgment by
default will be taken against you for the
relief.demanded.in the petition.. '
WITNESS my hanr and official seal, this
25fh day of October, 2006 -- .-
ANNIE MAE MURPHY,
Clerk of the Circuit Court-.
Taylor County, Florida .
P.O. Box 621
Perry, Florida 32348
By: Martl Lavalle, ,
Deputy Clerk
10,'2" 11'? /!0 11/11


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HE'%PIIIG.GS
CONCERNING Ar5t.'l lC'rEtliS iO i"HE
CITY OF PERRY LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS f -"
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONtrIG OCAPD
OF THE CITY OF PERRY, FLORIDA %SEi(ViNlG
ALSO AS THE LOCAL PLPtIN(riG -GE11,C .
OF THE CITY OF PERRY, FLORIDA flOlicE
IS HEREBY 'GIVEN that, pursuant: -to
''Sections 163.3161 through 163.3215,
Florida Statutes, as amended, and the
City of Perry Land Development
Pcaji.iion',. as amended, hereinafter
refeaie i.toi .as the Land Development
Regulo.ation.s, objections;
re,:,m mera'3bon' nd comments
conrceinir,. orr.?rndmi'ent:. as described
beio.,-. vi be neora by the Planning
and Zoning Board of the City of Perry,
Florida, serving also as the Local
Planning Agency of the City of Perry,
Florida, at publre hearings on November
6, 2006
at 6:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
the matters can be heard,. in the City
Council Meeting Room,' City -Hall
located at 224 South Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida.
(1) Z 06-035, 6rf application b,' jerem,'
Calloway and David H. Melvin, nc'., ai
agents for New Perry Group, LLC, .tc
aornd the Official Zoning Atlas i rnc
Lon.a Development Regulations by
changing the zoning district fronr
AGPICui.rUPAL.1 (".1) to 7E5iDEnr.IAL
-. f iULiPLE Ft .11,'.l (CMP-1) for orcoert',
*3e c. ioe.- ,; r.,1st0ilo .s I
SpOacel0 at lna i,.ing within ,ctionr, 18.
.Io.nsnip 4 Soun. Pange 8 EasI rayoi,
County, Florida. Being more particularly
described, as follows: Commence at
the Northeast corner of the Southwest
1/4 of the Southwest 1/4 of said Section
18; thence South 00'14'30" West 292.30
'eel ii-,ence Sc.ur, 80"'20 1' West 391.93
'eet ren:e .-.'urn 03 It 32' West 178.08
".?ei mence tlonrth 80:20 i8'East 401.46
r'e-it mennce S.:.urr, 00"l4'30" West 854.75
eet tto tnr Sc'utrieaiit corner of the
Soutr,, est 1-,'J or trne Soutr..'.se: 1/.. a
sa:l Sec tion IH inen.e joejur, 8'422? i 3'
we.:t i.?.2051 feet r there Soumu..e.t
ccerr.e- .i soi'3 Secior 18; thence North
0015'35" East 1.323.99 feet.to the
orinh.'.estr corneri rf me SouTnh.es. I .J or
tr.e Soujtnr,'esi 1/1 31 or:3a .a eion 18
ther, e lnorin 89:2F'l8 Eai 1 320 10 feel
to the Point of Beginning.
-Containing 38.50 acres, more or less.
-(2) Z 06-037, a.on appiicoriori oy
Christopher James, to amend the
Official .Zoning Atlas of 'the- Land
Development 'egulaiionh; bo changing
the zoning dlrincl tr.:.m PESiDErjTliAL
SINGLE FAMILY-2 RiF.2'i to COf.iMERCI'L.
NEIGHBORHOOD (CN) 'for pOropert
.daesribe .
f lIO '.V .
.,. c.arcel of land i,'ing within Section 24,
"c..-n.n,o 5.:.-.uln Pange 7 East, Taylor
--.-CoujtyFloQridc., Being more particularly
described, as follows: Commence at
the Southeast corner of Block 8, Original
Town of Perry, as recorded In the Public
Records of Taylor County, Florida;
thence West 120.00 feet; thence North
---140,aeet; thence East 120.00 feet;
tnence Sou h131.00. feet.tp.the Point of
Beginning, :
Containing .36 acres, more or less.
The public hearings may be continued
to one or 'more. future dates. Any
Irreiestied pan, r.aoii oe.pdvlsed that
the aote time ana place of any
ccnllnujatlor, of the puDIic hearings shall
be announced during the public


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[Week of October 23, 2006])


hearings and that. no ,ujrner nro.ce
.concerning the -aoiTe,s will 'be
published, unless- said. continuation,
exceeds six calendar .,. ee, from It'he
date of the above rete,r,.:Cea p -Di,
hearings .
At the aforementioned public hearings, '.
all interested parties may oppear t.:, be
heard with respect to the'mrnendments..
SCoces oI the ame.-arOmens :ore
a.,o'io,3 e lir CoiC in.-:pe.l'3on al me
,Ot f cf ihe City Manoage C .,, Hall
ioca.ed .l i2'J2.1 Sulr, Jfle'ior, .enue
Pert,, Ficilda auiir.3 le.uiaol Du.iIne'-s
S.. hour
il peison-: are Ot cad.':ed that nIt tr.e,
,eciae r.:. a peal an,' OecIlsic.n moae .
or tr 'e aDo.'e referen.ce-d public,
rearincg ney .-,ll need a rec.:,rd or r.e
pr._-eeaings cn.d troli fcr ;,ur. purpose
they may need r. enr,:urea rnal 0
verbatim rec.ora of tri-e piocee-.ng4 i,
made, whicn record includei men
retirmon,' and eviae.,ace upon wnicn
rne appeal if to be based.
10/27

IOICICE OF PUBLIC HEACItNNG
s; roCEPf jI ArI, j etMENIDMEi O iTHE
i... Cl, OF PEP, L-I)D DE',ELOPMEiT.lI
PEGULANor3I _
B ; ITHE PLAf itlllG A4ND Z.OtlllfG BO'AD
C' F iHE CII. OF PEIRr. FLCOPtDt .SEf'DVItiG
ALSO AS THE LOCAL PLArtJIllJiJG AGEtJC
OF TiHE CIIVY OF PER'i FLOPI-A:'" iCdTICE
IS HEREBV, GlE rr.oi pujr;uanr to ,
Section: lo3 3161i intugn I.3 3.21,.
r Flotida Stralute as amendea and trhe
City of Perry, Land DeC',elopment
l e.gulallons. as amendea reieiriafter
referred to as tne Land De'.elopmneni
regulations o lec Io1 n ; s '
recommendations and comment
concerning on amenamenrt as
described Delow. will De heard by tre
Planning an,' Zoning Boaro 1 f Ihe Ciri, or
Petry Fioiaa i4er.ing otio as Iro L:,cal
Planning Agency of Tree Cit/ or Pervy
Florida. ,3ot public nearing on
n. o'emoer 6 2006 at 6 i5 pm aor a
soon thereafter at me mailner con Do
neard in the Ctry Council M.!eering
Room, City Hall lacalea at 224 Sou h
jelersonr Shteet Perry Flotiaa
LOr 06. i an application y rthe CITr
Courc;i ro oamernd the Lana
Development Regulations by oading .3
new Section 1.1J entitled


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Proportionate Fair-Share Transportation
Program, to establish a method In the County Court, Third Judicial Circuit,
whereby the.impacts of-development in and for Taylor County, Florida
on .transportation facilities can be Case No. 62-2006-CC-354-OOA-01
Trnr,,G.ae.32 by the cooperative efforts of Southern Oaks RV Carrpground, LLC
nme puc,.: and private sectors. DBA Perry, KOA
The public hearing may be continued to ,. Plaintiff,
one :or more future dates. Any vs.
interested party shall be advised that Barton Wheeler
the date; time and place of any Defendant.
cc.,,,hruar..,, of the public hearing shall Notice of Action
be' announced during the public Notice is hereby given that a petition to
.'hearing .and that no further notice determine ownership of a motor vehicle
S c.:.n.:enirg tr.. r ,T, iit, ..,1 c.e C.jt.ir,5-,3 has been filed and you are required to
Suni. s ne .1 c.nr,hii,,.j, .. ..ea. ,< serve a copy of your written objections,
cae,-ner ....-_-~; ,, r,- date of the if any, on Southern Oaks RV
a,,.e r.eico,-,,-.,3 pi",, nearing. Campground, LLC D/B/A Perry, KOA
At the aforementioned public hearing, 3641 Hwy. 19 South, Perry, FL 32348 who
..all 611 interested parties may appear to be is the petitioner, on or before November
heard with respect to the amendment. 18, 2006, and file the original with the
Copies of the o ner.,'e.a,-, are clerk of the court either before service
available for public Inspection at the on the petitioner, or immediately
Office of the City Manager, City Hall thereafter; otherwise, a default will be
located at 224 South Jefferson Avenue, entered for the.relief demanded in the
Perry, Florida, during rgcilar business petition. Witness my hand and seal of
hours. this court on the 18th day of October,.
All persons are advised that if they 2006, at Taylor County, Florida. Clerk of
decide to appeal any decision made the Circuit Court
:a't the above referenced public By: Salina Ford
'hearing, they will .need a record of the Deputy Clerk
proceedings, and that for such purpose 10/20,10/27,11/3,11/10,
they may need 'to ensure that a .. .
verbqtim record of the ::...:edih-,_: ; __ _"" ""
made, which record ni-;J.,: r "r.- 11
testimony and evidence upon which BIN .l
the/2appeal Is to be based. I
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WELCOME TO THE FLORIDA FOREST FESTIVAL

: We hope you enjoy the festival weekend!


The following is a Sampling of our Available Properties:

DEAL'S FAMOUS OYSTER HOUSE -- Popular seafood restaurant plus a mobile home on
1.52 acres m/l located on Hwy 98 W. A Taylor County icon! $398,000

BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME WITH POOL -- 3BR/3BA, 2-car garage, foyer, fireplace, in-ground
pool, several fruit-bearing delicious pear trees, 10 acres m/1, on Ellison Road lust outside town.
$375,000

SPACIOUS TWO-STORY CONTEMPORARY -- 5BR/3.5BA,fireplace, screened porch, 2-car
garage, large lot, Glen Ridge Subdivision. $289,000

WONDERFUL 4BR/2.5BA HOME -- 6.5 acres m/1 with private putting green, 2-car garage,
garden room with fountain, fireplace, upgraded fixtures, large live oaks, large worp'shop.
$345,000

20 ACRES, TWO GREAT HOMES -- Wonderful property, beautiful live oaks pastures, fenced &.
cross-fenced, stocked pond, two pole barns, two beautiful site-built homes plus a double-wide.
$525,000

CEDAR ISLAND CANAL-FRONT HOME -- 3BR/2BA, neat & clean, best price for a waleriront
home. $265,000.

EZELL BEACH COTTAGE -- 2BR/1BA on 2 lots overlooking the Gulf. Got an airboat? Drive it
right up to your house. Located next to a small county-owned basin; great for small boals.
$385,000

DEKLE BEACH WATERFRONT HOME -- 2BR/2BA with widowis watch for bonus room, lois of
enclosed storage space on two lower floors. Gulf access; dock on small canal: great views

DARK ISLAND GULF-FRONT HOME -- Located right on the Gulf, walk-around decks. boal dock
on canal, built in 1985. $897,000

KEATON BEACH WATERFRONT HOME -- Beautiful 3BR/2BA modular home on concrete
pilings with water on three sides. Two lots, two boat docks on deepwater canal. $1,275,000

DEKLE BEACH WATERFRONT LOTS -- Good Time Drive (Front Street). Lois 17 & 18
(100x118) -$595,000. Lot 22 & part of Lot 21 (75x100) $335,000.

MOBILE HOME ON THREE-OUARTER ACRE m/l -- Located on Historical Henry St. (formerly
Frank Turner Road). Beautiful lot completely fenced. Only $29,500 Maple an offer!

SPRING WARRIOR AREA -- Immaculate 3BR/2BA DWMH on 4 acres mrn/i nar Spring Warrior
offers privacy and close access to great hunting and fishing. $129,900

5 SECLUDEDWOODED ACRES ON MELVINA CREEK -- Beautiful property just a lew min-ules
from the Gulf and Keaton Beach. Wonderful homesite or private getaway. $95,000

5 CLEARED ACRES IN OCEAN POND SUBDIVISION -- Beautiful, grassy. gently sl:.ping
property with some nice pines throughout. Located in a very nice quiet area near the beaches
$90,000

HUNTING PROPERTY: 162+/- ACRES -- Prime hunting property in Lafayette County right over
the Taylor County line. Planted pines, hardwoods food plots, Shooting lanes and lots of game
Includes camper, storage shed & carport $3,750 per acre

HUNTING PROPERTY: 177+/- ACRES-- Located on Powell Hammock Road lust of Hwy 98 W
Paved road frontage $4,250 per acre


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Notice is hereby given
Edwards unless payment
1985 Pontiac Paris
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onr10/3/2006. Vehicle will
on the 13th day of Nove
10-am at Thomas Chevr
19,S,3, Perry, FL
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ienne ViN# VINYL *BINDING Travel
towing service CERAMIC CUSTOM DESIGNED Trailers,
Sbe auctioned REPAIRS AREA RUGS Campers
rmber, 2006 at mp
ole~t 2128 Hwy 203 E. Drew St. (across from Robbie's Seafood) & Boats
Hours: Mon. Fri. 9-5, Sat. 9-12
James Musslewhite, owner Licensed & Insured Visa* MC AmEx


In the Circuit Court of the third Judicial
Circuit of Florida, in and for Taylor
County, Florida. Case No.: 06-628-DR
Robin Keochis, Petitioner/wife
and
George Keochis, Respondent/
husband.
Notice of Suit
To: Georgre Keochis
13263 Chamberlain Avenue
Largo, Florida 33774
or
George Keochis
9200 Collhes Lane
Port Richey, Lane 34668
Your are hereby notified that a Petitioner
for dissolution of marriage has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your answer or other
pleadings to the petitioner's attorney,
Conrad C. Bishop, Jr., Post Office Box
167, Perry, Florida 32348, and file the
original answer or pleading in the office
of the Clerk of the above-named Court
on or before the 22nd day of
December, 2006.
If you fail to do so, judgment by default
will be taken against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Witness my hand and official seal this 24
day of October, 2006.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17 .


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Good for businesses.


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FOR 72 MONTHS FORD CREDIT
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Shuttlebuses from airport


Heading to Forest Capital Park?

Heed these parking reminders...


* Florida Forest Festival officials
and area law enforcement would
like to remind festival-goers of the
following parking and driving
restrictions around Forest Capital
.Park Saturday, Oct. 28.
Free parking is available in
front of the airport and


shuttlebuses will run back and
forth throughout festival day.
The free parking behind Ring
Power will not bd available this
year.
Reserved parking is at Taylor
Technical Institute.
Due to the amount of pedestrian


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404 East Ash Sr.u.t.P Frry, FL 3.'2 47


traffic and.large crowds, after 9:30
a.m. festival day, the only traffic
that will be allowed tb turn onto
Industrial Drive from Hwy. 19
will be those with reserved
parking passes.
All other must use Puckett
Road to access Industrial Drive.


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BOARD CERTIFIED CIVIL TRIAL LAWYER
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The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based
solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask the lawyer to send you
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Monticello
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Monticello, FL 32344


F. You are invited to attend the

51st Florida Forest Festival!




Cub Scout Breakfast, First Baptist Church, 7:00 a.m.
Arts & Crafts Show, 9:00 a.m.
King Tree Parade (Downtown) 10:00 a.m.
OPENING CEREMONIES 12:00 p.m..
National Anthem & Color Guard
Entertainment--Albany Marine Band, Chris Curles and The Dry County Band,
The Return, Karaoke Competition
Storytelling in the Pines- ~ Loader'Competition Carnival
9 f006 Festival/Elks Club Dance 8:00 p.m.


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If 'yuu reinemeir. The Pretici .- ''onie of i'ur CGui oe plains to the audience
films. I pie iwt'ed earlier thi month S far. it'' the 'Tle first act is called The Pledge The magician
only one I -chad l-me io actually\ ee \\ it-i the tesi .al she ,'' .oTu omel 'ung ordinary but otf course. 11
growing closer. I made .1 short escape lat Satiuda. i i pro babh isn1
"Tallabheaee i ,rab a mo1 iCe--the fri one I e managed "Thte second act is called The Turn. The magician
to see since 'Woitld Trade Center makes his ordinary', something do something
S"The Presoige Aa- w.elI worithc the rip Nolan's Ceiijordinar' N o', N i \ou'ie loolng for the secret. you
Earlier films 'I"Memento. In'i-u:ina" and toi a le-sei -on'it ind it
extent. Barman Beian-. and their characters tend t Thhai wh\ there'' a third act called. 'The Prestige n
be a bit o he dark side. lThee iis .;cr lle black and This is the part ,ih the ile sts and turn-. There lies
white intol'.ed and ad lot f gia\ The same holds true hang in the balance, and ,ou see something shoI ckjn
for "The Prestfic.' \ou '.e neu er seen, before
If you ,e seen thdie raileri ir the t.'. spt.. %0, know-. COtiet' thlid acti. aftcr r hIch the nio\tie is named, is
: the basic setup for dihe mni oie: a teud bet. en i'.'i rial a perfect description .-.f the film. As each of the three
magician. drier, h\ a deu le t.I l'e the het escalates to acts ot the mliO e'. geii'v. close together. questions are
murder. an,,.ereduaid ne',, question: are p-osed
The mi i te o-pens v. ith Rupe rr -\ng2ier i Hugh The mn o\ ie really til.:s .n interesting -urn with the
Jackmarin perlo'rmirni- the final trnck .fi tihe e\enirri. intirduciior, of Nikola Tesa Da, iD d Bow ieI. a real-life
aptly naned The Trainsported Man ()i\ iomethiing in '. ior ot the age '., hose elp is enlisted to de\ ise the
goes terrihbl\ v ron after rr i marican Alfred Borden ultinual. magic trick. For histtor butts, \ho knotw of
(Chris:ian Bale i sneak.s inti. lie bajerieni AfI the Telsai, T ai_'- r c.ntiributti s to science and eccentric
theater to learn h.,i. the trick 1orks. Rather ihan behai ir later inii ite. ii wa a nice touch.
magical\ reappear, he is in a locked chamber ot_ Man., films that tr\o 1.0 work on so manm different
water and dr'i,- ns. leelI .iniulraneotiil\ tend to tail. Nolan, hotweier. is
Now Angicr i, dead and Boirderi is on trial ifr able it '.ea he i[ic \1lOts tluieads ol hi'- sto i\ so well.
S murder b, the end oit [lie htlni--if ,'oute been pa.ting close
t This irt the lhist filin b, Nolan to begin at the end. atterni...n--ecer, thing works
In 200i Vs "Memeiernto.' Gi Pierce pla\ a man ith no I I -ll ci. '. v aularnigs li.ow.e ci People \kw ho enjoy
short-tLrm meri t 'ioi. Tlhe ni-i'. it pla\ bacl.%kw.uds. u ith going t,'' ee "hipp fill-n, 1 ill not erinjo\ this m. o le.
i each scene tellir ii. hat happened to lead io the '.ene iAngier and Borden spend minit of theur lt.es devoted
S b lfei tI. -coinf _i 1ing ''i'aiil, thleaiei -goeti hiu al...'i ii, tle i '.-rit e-ii-nri.l a.ind peCr-' ..il de'tiructi n ,f ilt i
making it a nmodcrn cull cla-ic. ,Other. dcuotin. much .,' their orwn nies in the
It should be noted ith'ii Nolan co-1:,rote i lie prices T e-,-'ther the\ could ha\e been the best
screenplay .,. !ii' hi hbr..-ithci on.h-n ian tor both tiliin. ma'_icuiai: in the \'oild v'. ih Borden: skills and
In "Tli,. Pre-nte. Birieil. .'. iile in prion ji i..crn An-'er :li'v. iriannhip Yi.u preti, irtucli hau e ito
Angier -, urnmal! and ,' II. read. ii the mil n g,2,.ies cl,'1ose ,ne o l then, i-, r -..I h:r arid hope for the best I
back to thile ttin l .it o a .. nitter do uirn A-ngie i s sea.rcli '. e lih a Iiend .nd '. Lile dicuiss.ing the imoite
for the .,-ret behind The Tranrporred MaNn tricck atier'.ardJ. e .cren t rctiootini lor the saine one.
This, ho i,\ er. i roni,, the Middle -f the -ii',. ci.!e! MNI, othcei '. .r ii," i, thiat 'The Pre.n~c'e" shi'w. some
has Borden'< i...i.rri l. I1aiih e stil ai nd ihe ,:,l ie 'i.t their iri.ll! eeicrnit i.:f n.igic Not knol ing the Irue
moves litrither hacl. ir, ltii I.- their humnbl be" r'inniirn _e r !.i'l n- i. 1: I .anr,-,'t -.ti for 'lire if t hat is
and the tragic ei eni ihali 'parked their ri, all, d picked in thu. fiim i acctuate but I don t think I'll see
The trailers -hi',. the cornpetitron. hii lea.- e out it's a iLia i. |iho.', Ihe aime \ .j i ai.g:Iti
9- darkes -!emnri,.. The ii, air.. heti'.en .ngcier .nid \\e Ino i a trick bLut I .i magician make' a bird
S Borden i mruichl ii'ore han impl,, benn- the hesr disappear aiid iheti leap[.pear. i ,: the original bird or a
W while both de i,, -_. ,heir ti.es to diin-n. lusit lhi.a. th i nc\.e bud' f 11 .i nie;',' bird. ,'.h.t happened to the
4 desire Ior personal rc.eng,. i- --hat crsnds e' r;,thing iri..inal biud"
quickly spiraling .itt it co..ntrI l Despite th, amnin'gs. [ ha\te to 'a\ the filmr is
As each it tlhie lthre p:ir[t it l thie im ,e pla\ out. .tl'h incredible\ '.ell-made .iand ell-a.cied. For those \\ho
the iflm -hiliin J dettil, :etv'.een iheiiim he audience .' ,ih i. hrr' e it. The Prestige is a a ild ride ot It ist's
mustpa, aLienii, i 'o ,1' nio.t t,-> *ci lo-i.. The Pre-.i-ge' anid turlins and iuddern re'.cerals and enuo\able all the
.' does requue u-rne .-ork. blut t- 'v.ell v.'itli h. the "i j'.
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will play at Dowling Parki,


cro hestral solast an g of the concert.


.- e's g t sIoloisiit '. ih the Cincinnati
5 imphIon and Boston Pops
O)ichestras. He also conducts
master classes jt leading musical
iestituions., including Eastman
School of Mlusic. Yale Liniraersit.
Boston Conser\atory of Music.
and Ro al Consern actor. of Music
i Toronti i.
Ticket prices for this
performance are as follows: .ACV
imember-. $S: adults. $12. students
ues 13-1Is. $4: and children
ages 5-121. $3. Admission for
children ages four and under is
tree
Tickeis are a\ ailable at the ACV
Cashier' Office. as well as in Li\e
Oak at The Music Center and the
Suwannee Counts Chamber of
Conuimerce. Tickets nma also be
purchased at the door on the


The 1oth annual Li\e' At
Dowling Park Artisr Series at
Ad'ent Christian Village iAC\ i
has announced the upcoming
performance of Dr Stephen
Robinson and the Stetson
Univers'tt Guitar Ensemble on
Frida\. No%. 10. at 7 p.m in The
Village Church.
For the second :ear in a roi,. Dr
Robinson and the guitar ensemble
Sill alko perform special residence\
acti ities on ThursdaN. No-'.. '). at
10 a.m. in the Good Samaritan
Center and at 3 p.mi. in Dacier
Manor. Another performance v. ill
be held on Frida\ morning. No\
10. at 10 in Bix.\ler NMenortial
Chapel.
Heralded as "out-tarndino.
satistiinglv rich and full" bi the
Da)lona Beach News Journal.
the Stetson Lini\ersiti Guitar
Ensemble is comprised of the
scholarship students of Dr.
Stephen Robinson. professor of
guitar Performances include
\ anrous combinations of guitars, as
%.ell as ,uitars % ith other
instruments. The guitar program--
founded b\ Dr. Robinson in 10i3-
-is recognized as one of the
foremost undergraduate guitar
programs in the nation
A nan\e of Nev, York.
Robinson began his guitar tudies
in 1976 h ith Bruce Holzrmian at
Florida State UnLiierin iFSUi and
w worked closely \ ith Andres
Sego' a. ~ ho called him "a
magnificent guitarist. one ot the
most brilliant guitarist of our
limes "
In 19S4. High Fideli\/NMlusical
America Ma,,azine named him
".Young XIus' of the Year." and in
I)7. after pursuing graduate v.ork
at the Yale School of lMusic. FSI.
awarded Robinson the first DoctIo[
of Music degree in guitar
peflornmance.
Dr. Robinson is a it p
prize\w inner in fi\e n'ajior
international compeutiotns and '.as
aw. arded the first Fulbri'iht
Fellov.wship tot Performance and
Research in Mu'ic to Canada in
1)93. He has received numcri-,u,
fellowships and grants. including
Stetis:n UnJ\ersil\'s Hand .-Ward
for E\cellence in Research and
Creau% it\ for his outstanding '.oirk
w ith children and seniors
Robinson tours c\tensi\eli a, a
recitahlit. chamber musician. and


Jazz festi
The Annual Do nto, in Jazz
Fesmial and Blues Concert are
bringing a fre'h batch ot spice and
soul to Gaine-\ ille. The minusic
begins Fnda\. No'.. 3. at 7 pm
\w ith the Dm' nton in1 Blue3 -
Concert, featuring three
performers. Gainest ille's owmrn
iUsed Blues hand will jump-siart
the festival weekend beginning at
7 p.m. J\\ Gilmore and the Blue,
Authority. w\ill follow at S p in..
bringing listeners a t.iite of then
old-st\ le blue, icenutnitcent i l
musical greats MNudd\ \\atei, and
B B. King Nationall aIcclaimed
blue aruisit Eddie Kirkland, \. ho
has oilked itli legend such .as
O)ti Redding and Little Richard,
will bring audiences to then feet
S\ith his energetic djince beats
when lie takes the s'tae at 9 p.m.
This free e\enr is presented b\ tlhe
North Central Flotida Blue-
Society and '.ill take place .it the
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temporary jazz artist. :. ;'.
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irked ..ith legendary 'a'. '
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ichael Jackson .and .-Ntes.|
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inkier. fun side" of music. These';,-
isical treats are free and-open't
public .. .
The 5th Annual Doxv.ntowidzz-',.
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ines\.dle Department of Paiks,.
creation and Cultural AffTairsii', '', '
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t is a part of the award-inning '..
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fc-4Perry News-Herald October 27-28,2006

At the Booking Desk


: Editor's note: It is the policy of this
-newspaper to run the names of all
those arrested and booked at the
Taylor County Jail. All those listed
below have been charged with a
Crime, but are considered innocent
until proven,guilty.
:.Oct. 6:
Kimberly Ann Hill, 36, 5349
.-:Bryant Russell Road, domestic
: battery, Dep. Cruse, TCSO.
Rickey Joseph Hill, 50, 5349
Bryant Russell Road, battery
(domestic violence), Dep. Cruse,
TCSO.
James Kuehn, 40, 249 Agner
Acres, VOP (grand theft), Dep.
Hawkins, TCSO.
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Dawn M. Couey, 30, 2665
Bernard Johnson Road, VOP, Dep.
Hawkins, TCSO.
Oct. 7:
Timothy Garrett 'Rainey, 18,
1100 Green Tree Court,
Tallahassee, possession of drug
paraphernalia, possession of less
than 20 grams cannabis, Sgt.
Cruse, PPD.
Rickey Bernard Howard, 31, 113
West Folsom Street, child abuse,
domestic battery, Ptl. Gorby,
PPD.
Trudy Anderson, 29, 8326
Bordeau Avenue, Jacksonville,
possession of cocaine, possession
of drug paraphernalia, Dep: Cruse,


TCSO.
Oct. 8:
Lannie Howard Morris, 44,
7504 South Red Padgett Road,
VOP (DWLS), Ptl. Franklin,
PPD,
Joe Zay Jones, 55, 2845 Foley
Cut-Off Road, domestic battery,
Dep. Davis, TCSO.
Anitra Austin, 25, 101
Magnolia Road, grand theft, Ptl.
Cooper, PPD.
Jamie Sheree Cruce, 30, .608
Sam Poppell Road, DWLS/R
(knowingly), DUI, Ptl. Deeson,
PPD.
Charles Aaron Fender,. 60, 7508
South Red Padgett Road,


disorderly intoxication, Dep.
Lundy, TCSO.
Oct. 9:
Sondra Lee Matthews, 41, 829
Ma Dixon Road, no motorcycle
indorcement, Ptl. Franklin, PPD.
Kirtus Justin Bradshaw, 26,
3601 Hwy. 221, VOP, Dep. -
McKenzie, TCSO.
Oct. 10:
Charles Michael Craig, 51, no
address, VOCC (possession of a
controlled substance), leaving the
scene of an accident with death,
DWLS (causing death), DWLS
(causing injury), Dep. Burford,
TCSO. ,


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Those who participate in the Motorcycle Benefit Run for Operation
Christmas Child will gather at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in
Live Oak. All boxes must be received by 5 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 20.
The actual Shoe Box Run Motorcade is Saturday, Nov. 11. For
motorcycle run reservations and information, please contact Colleen
Ruehl at (850) 556-1787 or leave a message at 1-800-409-1665.
. Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan's Purse, an
international Christian relief organization headed by Franklin Graham.
Last year, 7.6 million shoeboxes were delivered to children in more than
90 countries.


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Haunted House casts a dark shadow downtown


c-5 Perry News-Herald October 27-28; 2006


Perry's Downtown Partnership,
in conjunction with the Florida
Forest Festival's Great Bed Race,
will host a "HalloweenFest" of its
own Friday, Oct. 27.
The "frightening" good time
begins following the bed race with
a Halloween Costume Contest.


Costumes should be made from
recycled materials and prizes will
be awarded in different categories.
A pumpkin carving contest is
also planned and participating
downtown businesses will be
giving out candy from 6 to 8 p.m.
to children in costumes (ages 12


and under). A free hayride, starting
at the corner of Washington and
Green streets, will also be held.
Enter is if you dare is the
challenge of the Haunted House,
hosted by Christopher James at the
Greystone (located at the comer of
Bay and Jefferson streets).


A "happy haunting" tour for
children ages 10 and under will be-
held from 7-8 p.m. nightly, through
Tuesday, Oct. 31. Admission is $5.
Adults and children over 11.can
experience "the most frightening
tour of their lives" from 8:30-10
p.m., nightly. Admission is $6.


Look for crazed creatures of all sorts at the Greystone
Haunted House.


Why are these jack-o-laterns smiling? Only the ghosts
know for sure...


Haunted House host Chrislorhper James plans to put an extra
"fright" in your Halloween.


Attention to detail can be
corner of the Haunted House.


Find out your fortune in the "witches room.


Suffer from arachnophobia? You might want to bypassrthe
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groups, government meetings,
support groups and veteran meetings


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each additional publication. After 25 words there will be a $0.10 per word per run
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For example: A ad with 40 words will cost $6.50 for the first publication and $4.50 '
each additional publication.

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

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should be directed to our advertising department.


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