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Place of Publication: Perry Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 2006
Publication Date: 1958-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Perry (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Taylor County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        page A 1
        page A 2
        page A 3
    Section A: Main: Living
        page A 4
    Section A: Main continued
        page A 5
    Section A: Main: Sports
        page A 6
    Section A: Main: Religion
        page A 7
    Section A: Main continued
        page A 8
    Section B: Looking Back
        page B 1
    Section B continued
        page B 2
        page B 3
        page B 4
        page B 5
    Section B: Classifieds
        page B 6
        page B 7
        page B 8
    Section C: Community
        page C 1
    Section C: Entertainment
        page C 2
        page C 3
        page C 4
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Roll to the polls, Tax
Tuesday for ,re
General Election
Get ready to "roll to the polls" one O '
more time and vote Tuesday in the, T,
SGeneral Election. I ue
Supervisor of Elections Molly H.
Lilliott reminds everyone that early Tayl
:voting for the election wraps up decide
Saturday afternoon at 5 p.m. not to
Voting stations are located in the commi
elections office (located on the exempt
:second floor of the Taylor County and exp
Courthouse). Vote
Countywide voting for the General referee
Election opens at 7 a.m. Tuesday, author
Nov. 7. All 14 voting precincts will be The
open until 7-p.m., reautho
- Anyone with questions regarding, additid
their as.igne.p.l.incLis.enouraged.. -,,,a
to contact the elections office at De\elo
838-3515. ability
Results will be posted Tuesday abatem
evening at the courthouse and will be decision
featured in next Wednesday's Taco the fon
Times. The
the ref
Stories, photos Board
of Tayl
sought for 'They grant,
Article
Were Here' Constil
President Wanda Cash has Exemp
announced that the Taylor County expans
Historical Society is still looking for business
stories and pictures to go in the 17th "'Wh
installment of the "They Were Here" abated
series. already
Information may be brought to the the. w
society's downtown museum, which
is open every Thursday from 1-5 p.m.

What's
happening
under the
marquee?
The movie marquee is just more
interesting with a tour guide. Read I;
Mark Viola's summary of movies on
the big screen, and find out about
area entertainment, too. Please see
page B-2.

Take a chance
on $500 of gas
Members and supporters of the
Pride of Taylor County Marching
Band will be offering chances on a
$500 gas card through Homecoming
ceremonies today. The winner of the
card will be announced during the
fourth quarter of tonight's game.
Director Brett Wilson reminds that it's
a worthy cause: proceeds will benefit
the band's upcoming trip to
Washington, D.C. Chances are just
$1 and chances are, you'll win!


Index
.Living...page A-4
Sports...page A-6
Religion...page A-7 ava
Looking ack...page B-2 clot
Classifies...page g -6 the
Entertainment...pg C-2
TV Listings...page C-35


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rival worker was brutally
and robbed in his motel
Tuesday night.
man was working with the
a that came in conjunction
ast week's Florida Forest
al.
olas S. Gallagher, 45, of
Carolina, said he was in his
room awaiting a ride to the
rival site when there was a
on his room door.
)rding to information
ed from Perry Police
ment Det. Jim Wiggins and
Ptl. Wesley Cooper,
her said when he opened the
n unknown man, who was
panied by a woman, came in
a 1


exempuon

authorization

ballot next-

.sday, Nov. 7

or County voters will
Tuesday whether or
reauthorize the county
ssion's ability to grant tax
tions for new businesses
pending businesses.
rs first approved the
ndum in 1996, but .the
ization sunsets this year.
new referendum would
orize the county for an
nal 10 years.
l.r CounrI E -F 'noini:
'per Rick Breer credits the
to offer such tax
ents to the Lance Foods
n earlier this year to expand
m-er Tom's Food plant here.
language on the ballot for
erendum states, "Shall the
of County Commissioners
or County be authorized to
pursuant to Section 3,
VII of the State
tution, Property Tax
tions to new businesses and
ions of existing
sses?"
en you look at Lance, we
nothing on what they were
y paying," Breer said. "What
ere paying before, they are
Please see page 3


swinging.
"Gallagher said the man beat
him with his fists, and when he
grabbed the phone and dialed 911,
the man grabbed the phone and-
began beating him with that," said,
Wiggins.
"Luckily for the man, the call
went through before the assailant
could break the call. Dispatch
immediately sent an officer to
check out the 'hang-up call.'
"Gallagher said after the man
beat him with the phone, he beat
him with a full beer bottle until it
busted on his head," he added.
A witness who was staying a few
doors down, said during this time,
while he was bathing his child in
the bathroom, he heard a knock on
his door, according to Cooper.
"The witness said he opened the
door and there was a white female
standing in the doorway. The
witness said he asked the girl if she
could help her, but she said that
she had the wrong room," said
SCooper.
"He also said the woman had
blood on her left pants leg. When
the woman walked away, she
walked toward the road and met a
white lale there.. Then they
walked around the motel to a
parking lot behind the building,"
he added.
Wiggins said that information
was consistent to the blood trail
uhich %as found lea\ ing the room-
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honored
- S'eeral events will pay
-tribute' to the service and
sacrifice of local veterans in
honor of Veterans Day 2006.
Leading the way will be
TaylIP. County High School
JROTC as members' host their
20th annual Veterans Day
cetemoay Friday, Nov. 10.
SAll .veterans "and their
famiij are invited to attend
the program, whkih will begin
at .10:45 a.m., in the.
gy mnafboim-tl.
A reception for,aHl vter*ra#
in atfendince will follow in th.
.JRQTCAliUding.
At nbon, the JROTC Color
: .l3uard vill preside at a wreath-
laying ceremony at the,Taylor
County Courthouse.
.Next; starting at 1 p.m., will
Sbe a. y.erans Day Luncheon
hosted', by the county, In
Sotnjyion with Joe-, Burns
".: Fue:i:. Home, Martin
Eigc&04is, Timberland Ford,
Stel r:,frkers Union, Smurfit
Store iA ier Goodman's
.cn a n"e'^ ait Hospice.
K'.: A" cial' slide show.
featuring, Taylor County
vterait will be presented
during. the -luncheon, All
veterans and their spouses, as
well as spouses of deceased
veterans are. invited to attend.
.-,Please seepage 3, ,


Change Florida's Constitution?


Proposed amendments detailed


Voters will be faced with six
proposed amendments to the'
Florida Constitution when they go
to the polls Tuesday.
Amendment 1 state budget process, limiting the
amount of non-recurring revenue
which could be used to -fund
recurring costs in the budget,
unless approved by a three-fifths
vote of the Florida Legislature. It
would also establish a Joint
Legislative Budget Commission,.
which would be tasked with


issuing ,long-range financial
outlooks, and a Government
Efficiency Task Force.
The amendment was placed on
the ballot by the Florida
Legislature during the 2004
Legislative Session.
There is no Amendment 2.
Amendment 3 would require any
proposed amendment or revision
to the State Constitution be
approved by a greater than 60
percent vote rather than the current
50 percent. The amendment would


not change the current requirement
that any amendment. imposing a
new state tax or fee be approved by
at least two-thirds of the voters.
Amendment 3 was added to the
ballot by the Florida Legislature
during its 2005 session.
Amendment ,4 would require
that 15 percent of the 2005 tobacco
settlement payments to Florida be
used for a comprehensive
statewide tobacco education and
prevention program.
This would be approximately


REACHING OUT


eorge and Diane Cullen stand in front of the clothes
liable at the Divine Mercy Outreach Center. The center
pen every Friday, from 9 a.m. to noon, and offers food,
hes, counseling and spiritual guidance. It is located in
former Weed Grocery Store Building on Green Street.


Center provides.


By CHABLES SADLER
Staff writer
;"Helping each other..,that's what
it' all about."
That's the philosophy behind the
Divine Mercy Outreach Center,
according to Director George
Cullen. "It's a place where people
in need can come for food,,
clothing and spiritual guidance if
they so desire."
Cullen said he and his wife,
Diane, had personally been helping
six or seven people with food and
other necessities.
"Then people began giving me
furniture and other large items for'
me to give out," he said. "I went to
officials of the Catholic church and
told them I had decided to rent
storage space to put the items in
and they said don't do that. They
told us the church had a building
that could be used.
"It .turned out that John Weed
had donated the use of the former
Weed's Gro6ery Store. The
building housed Ketring's
Electronics for a while, and was
still full of electronic equipment.
"We hauled off nine truckloads*
to the dump and filled up a double
dumpster, twice, while cleaning
the building. The project took a
couple of days.
"Then Diane and I, along with


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$57 million annually. Currently.
approximately one percent of the
settlement money is used for such
programs.
The amendment was ponsoreq
by the Floridians for Youth
Tobacco Education.
There, is no Amendment 5.
Amendment 6 would increase
the maximum additionaL-.
homestead exemption for low,-,,
income seniors--those 65 years or
', Please see page 3


food, clothing and /g
spiritual guidance
ae wonderful volunteers, curtained chapel has been
iced the building up, adding set up for those who desire
sonal touches, paintings, to pray or share in prayer.
ains and other things which "Even though our spiritual
kes it look more like an advisor, Father T. Francis Bagan, is
reach center," he added. Catholic,4 people of all faiths are
he center now boasts a food welcome," Cullen said. "We are a
try, clothes sections divided non-denominational center and if
men's, women, children's and you just want to come in for a
es. Winter clothes are even on Friday morning prayer or
shelves, including coats and counseling with Father Bagan, you
:ets. are welcome. You do not have to
We receive a stipend from the pray if you come to the center, but
rch, but mostly we rely on the opportunity is always there." *
ple's generosity," Cullen said. Cullen said the center's clientele
amazes me the way people are has risen to serve approximately
ved to help. 35 people every Friday, when it's
One little boy, Anthony Carter, open from 9 a.m. to noon.
is 9 years old, went trick-or- Our volunteers,are the backb9oe
ting Tuesday night and when of this organization and they ari.:
ple offered him candy, he great.
ised. Instead, he asked for The center has also given'
ned food so he could bring to monetary aide to a church in Soui
center. Africa, a church in Miami after
Some kids in the church give hurricanes devastated that area arid
r allowances to the center and other "deserving chapels which
ers set up iced tea and needed help."
onade booths. Emily and Ward Money has been raised from
ring's two girls, Carmina and yard sales and chicken dinners.
gel, and their two cousins "It's a never ending circle. We
ught me $47 they earned doing want to give, so we have to collect
. It's incredible," he added, and earn money any way, we can,"
he center also makes he said. "My involvement in this
nksgiving and Christmas began a long time ago.Diane'and l
kets for the needy.,
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BEATING
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and going to a back parking lot.
Gallagher was treated at the
motel by Doctors' Memorial
Hospital Emergency Services
Paramedic Chad Bush and EMT
BOnita Wdodfaulk and then
transported to DMH, after which
he.was flown to Capital Regional
Hospital in Tallahassee, by DMH
AirMedic One transport
helicopter.
"This was a gruesome beating,"
said Wiggins. "Gallagher lost a
substantial amount of blood,.
judging from the amount which
was in the room. It was on the
walls, the floor, the
bed....everywhere. Someone was
trying to hurt that man."
7Wiggins said that due to the
extent of the injuries which
Gallagher suffered in the attack,
the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement Crime Lab was
notified to process the scene of the
incident.

Band Boosters
meet Monday
:. The Pride of Taylor Band
Boosters will meet Monday,
Nov. 6, at 7.p.m., in the band
room at Taylor County High
ASchool.
SAll band parents are
?encouraged to attend.


Exemption

leads to jobs'
TAX EXEMPTION
Continued from page 1


The outreach center is located at 900 East Green Street.

'Call, if you want to help others'


REACHING OUT
Continued from page ,1
were talking and decided that since
I have a great job and we have
been so blessed, that we wanted to
share and help those who were not
as fortunate as us.
"Everyone has a story and
.sometimes life has not been so
kind to some. It's all about helping
people," he added. "If little kids
can forego their allowances, or.
give up candy on Halloween to
gather canned food for others, then


we, as adults, have to step up to the
plate and help.
"And that's what we're doing at
our outreach center--reaching out a
helping hand," he added.
If you would like to contribute
food, clothes or money, please
contact Cullen at 578-2313.
"If you feel the need to give to a
place which honestly helps others,
the Divine Mercy Outreach Center
is truly the place," Cullen
added.
The center is located at 900 East
Green Street.


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AMENDMENTS
Continued from page 1
older w\ ith a household income less
than $20,000--from $25,000 to
$50.000.
The Florida Legislature
sponsored the amendment during
.its 2006 session. .
Amendment 7 would provide a
discount from ad valorem
(property) taxes on a homestead
*for a permanently disabled veteran
65 or older who was a Florida
resident at the time of entering
service, %hose disability was


continuing to pay. combat-related
"We put together an incentive honorably di;
package which convinced them to ,
expand here and not Texas. They I n u if
hive already created more than 50
- nrei jobs because of that
deciston,"-h'i i HONORED
."From a big picture perspective, Continued from
,we put together an incentive
package of $320,000 over 10 Those planning
years, but that is offset by asked to RSVP
$930,000 of additional tax revenue 6, at 838-3500, e
rbcause Lance decided,to expand On Saturda, IS
in Florida rather than in Texas. Post 20 of Pert
,.:'"Why wouldn't you want that USO Show, star
ability for the next 10 years?" the Taylor Count


and who was
charged. The


discount would be proportional to
the amount of disability as
determined by the U.S.
Department of Veterans Affairs.
; The ,. Florida Legislature
sponsored the amendment in
2006.
Amendment 8 would prohibit
the transfer of private property
taken by eminent domain, to a
person or private entity. The
legislature would be authorized to
create exemptions to the rule
providing any such exception was
passed, with a three-fifths vote.
This amendment N as also
placed on the ballot by the
Legislature this year.


)rm? Admission is free


page 1
to participate are
by Monday, Nov.
xt. 8.
ov. 11, AMVETS
y will present a
ting at 7 p.m., in
:y Middle School


auditorium." '.
Adnussion is $5 and proceeds
will benefit the Veterans
Benevolence Fund.
Members of the armed services
and veterans in uniform as well as
members of the American Legion,
Veterans of Foreign Wars and
AMVETS will have free-
admission.



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g Gloria Harris, Forrest and Betty Thomas announce the forthcoming
Marriage of their daughter,-Shaneka Yvette Thomas, to Jason Leon Royal,
Sthe son f Irene Royal or Perry and the late Foster Lee RoyaL.nd Jeff
The brde-to-be is a 1999 graduate of Taylor County High School. She
w111She is the rjuddjLAhtr of Sylvester Harris Sr. of Orlando, Mary and
Forrest Thomas Sr. ot Perry, the late Saddo e B. Harris, Irene and Cleveland
SHugger Sr.
S The prospective groom is employed with Lance. He's the father of
Ayantis Campbell of Tallahassee and Sloria Royal. He is the grandson of
he Ite n of Ireneh ad Il Cr er, andthe late Fostddie Lee and Elizabeth Royal.
:She is the cfaiddAP=,- tCr I Of Sylvester Harris Sr. 'of Orlando, Mary and



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Woman's Club at 5 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited.

Reunion
Y Jacfson
The descendjni fienj; and relatives of Lessie Bell Kinsey Jackson
will gather o(n S'Iturd.n,. No' 4,'tfthe picnic area of Forest Capital Park.
Please bring your photos, memories and a covered dish to share.


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Grandma, Uncle & Friend
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We love you bunches
Love, always,
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It's hardly the holidays...without
the Christmas Tour of Homes
presented by the Perry Woman's
Club. The tradition returns this
year with a tour on Sunday, Dec.
3, featuring five homes: the
residences of June and Jeff Byers,
Lynda and Bobby Edwards, Ann
and Branson Fisher, and Leah and
Christopher James (formerly The
Palms Apartments) as well as The
Greystone which is the James'
florist and Christmas shop.
For the next five weeks, each of
the tour attractions will be
featured. Tickets for the tour are
$15, arid available from any
member of the Perry Woman's
Club. A portion of the sales will
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benefit the Eunice Merritt Ratliff
Scholarship Fund.
Byers Home
The home of June and Jeff
Byers, which was completed in
2005, draws inspiration from the
neo-classical Federal revival
houses of the 1790's, complete
with a matching carriage house.
A house in the 1790's would
have a carriage house to
accommodate the horse-drawn
carriage, so why should the Byers
be without? \
The front landscape of the home
reflects an English courtyard
garden with fountain. Slate tile
defines the porch and a visitor
finds travertine in the foyer.


New Arrival
David Kace Raker
Gracelyn Savana Raker
Ashley Nicole (Everett) and Michael David Raker announce ;he birth of
their twins, David Kace and Gracelyn Savana (right), on Sept. 7. 2006. in
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
David Kace weighed 5 pounds, 3 ounces, and was born at 8:57 p.m.
Gracelyri Savana weighed 4 pounds, 13 donces, and arrived at 9:15
p.m.
Maternal grandparents are Karen Denise Everett, Doug and Melissa
Everett. Maternal great grandparents are Dona Everett. Don Everett,
Wilbur and Cosette Driggers, all-of Perry.
Paternal grandparents are Kathy and Glen Harrelson of Tallahassee and
Cverton Raker of Wacissa. The baby's paternal great grandparents are
Helen Booker of'Woodville, Ben Tensup of Panama City and Si lus Raker


100th birthday!

Party on November 18th

to honor Frances-Gilmore
Frances Gilmore, though short in stature, looms large in the history of
Taylor County.. She will celebrate,her 100th birthday on. Saturday, Nov.
18, with a party in the fellowship hall of the First Baptist Church from 3
until 5 p.m.
You are. cordially invited to attend, and without ar doubt, she will be
happy to see you!
Relatives anid admirers of the centarian are expected from throughout
the Southeast.


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Ceramic tile is used in the.
bathrooms, kitchen and laundry
room, while hardwood flooring
extends throughout the rest of the
house.
Different ceiling styles are
given emphasis in the living room,
dining room and master bedroom
with a variety of wood holdings
and trims. The ceiling heights are
10 feet for the more formal rooms
of the house and nine feet for the
remainder.
A fireplace, constructed by the
home owner, accents the great
room featuring a travertine hearth
and surround. Built-in bookcases
flank the fireplace. .
Stainless steel appliances define,


the kitchen which boasts custom
cabinetry and granite r tile
countertops designed for
entertaining.
The back of the house draws
you to outside living spaces
through a series of windows and
doors which open to the back
deck. The house was positioned .
on the property to capitalized on
the views off the deck. ..
The Byers have collected
antiques .over the years and
designed their home to showcase-
these antiques, as well as artwork
of different media. An
outstanding clock collection is
also featured, with timepieces
dating from the 1800's to 1900's.


David Kace Raker (left). Gracelyn Savana Raker
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Happy 21st
Birthday

Sierra

Burney
From vyour /nfmiily
The Glantons


W- all loveY-ou!


Happy 14th Birthday

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but as a ;
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Happy 20th
Birthday
Nov. 5, 2006
Love, your angel
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Obituaries


Henry Edward Davis officiating. Interment will follow
Henry Edward Davis, 45, died '.at Pisgah Cemetery.
--Oct. 31, 2006, in Land 0'Lakes ... Family members will receive
Mr. Davis was a native of Taylor friends Saturday from 1 until 2
County and the son of the late p.m. at Evangel Christian
Herman Edward Davis and Mary Fellowship Church.
Alice (Grubbs). He resided in Beggs Funeral Home is in
Atlanta, Ga., until moving to Perry charge of arrangements.
three years ago. He attended
Evangel Christian Fellowship Jackson Kisamore
Church. He had worked in the,.. ,Jackson Kisamore, a retired
floral industry for the past 25 heavy equipment operator, 70, died
years. Oct. 31, 2006, at Marshall Health
Survivors include: one sister, Care in Perry.
Belinda Wynn of Land 0' Lakes; Mr. Kisamore was a native of
one niece, Courtney and one Seneca Rocks, W. Va., and had
nephew, Gary Wynn II; and a host moved from Greenville to Perry in
of aunts, uncles, cousins and many 2005; He was a member of New


friends.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Nov. 4, at 2 p.m. at
Evangel Christian Fellowship
Church with the Rev. Justin Webb


Home baptist ctlurcn.
Survivors include: his wife of 47
years, Florence A. Kisamore; three
sons, Jackson Eugene Kisamore of
Quitman, Ga., Martin Ernest


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Kisamore and Thomas Earl A memorial service is planned JLJ CARPET,
Kisamore, both of Monticello; four for Saturday, Nov. 4, at 11 a.m. at
brothers, all of West Virginiaeight New Home Baptist Church with CARPETS WOOD FLOORS
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C atholic C church to h ost bazaar JamesMusslewhite, owner Licensed & Insure


The Catholic Church of the Immaculate Conception will present its bi-
annual "Holiday Craft Bazaar" in the Parish Hall on Saturday, Nov. 11,
from 8:30 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Prepare to be dazzled by Christmas decorations, themed baskets, fall
arrangements, homemade baked goods and a special "Santa Shop."
Donations will also be received for a chance at a set of "Last Supper"
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Commission

District


It is my dream to make Taylor County the best it can be. As
your Commissioner, I will demand accountability in county
spending and seek to make quality service the standard to all
the residents of Taylor County. We expect efficiency and good
service from the products we purchase. We deserve the same
from local government.
My campaign slogan is to serve with wisdom and integrity.
That is my promise to you. I will serve with honesty and do
my very best for your family. Working together, we can make
Perry and Taylor County even better.


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Born and Raised in Taylor County. ,
Son of Don & Martha Wiggins and Grandson of the la e Joe & Sarah Yarbrough.
Married to Lori Cannon Wiggins and father of Denton 7 months old.'
Graduate of: Taylor County High School and Webber College, A.S. in Finance,
B:S. in Business Administration.
Member of First Baptist Church,. Past President and Member of Taylor County Chamber of"
Commerce, Past President and Member of Perry Optimist Club, Member of Taylor County
Development Authority, Board Member of Florida Junior Miss Scholarship Program, and
local businessman. .
GOALS AS TAYLOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1 I
* To create a better working relationship between county government and the citizens.
* Support youth programs and continued development on sports complex
* Make county government more proactive.
To entice new businesses to move to Taylor County.
* To help emsting businesses retain and employ more people.
* To increase the infrastructure (i.e. police, fire protection, roads) in the county.
Your vote and support would be greatly appreciated!
Don't Forget to Vote on
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Fishing looking up


ByPATMCGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service,
Wow, just when you think the,
fishing caq't get any worse and
another front comes through...but
this one had 20-30 mph w-i-n-d-s
and it just slams the door on the
fish.
Things were looking up
Monday, at least better than over
the weekend, as the w-i-n-d laid
* down and turned around from the
* west for'a couple of hours.
I had Paul, Gary and Matt
Johnson of Bainbridge, Ga., out
for a little less than two hours
after on "on-dock" seminar for
three hours, and we managed eight


trout, two black sea bass and a
sand trout. We caught them all on
live pogies and pinfishh under
Cajun Thunders in 4.5 feet of
water.
Peggy and Richard Romine, of
Lake City, had seven trout from 5-'
6, feet of water, Monday, while
fishing Berkley Gulp.
Otherwise, everyone who tried
over the weekend pretty much got
their feelings hurt...as they caught
one or two keepers--tops?
Expect this weekend to
improve greatly, what with the
full moon coming on, and the fish
getting accustomed to the cooler
(68 degrees) water temperatures.
No offshore report this week.


FWC looking for input

on Econfina hunting


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC).
is requesting public comments
concerning proposed regulation
"changes for the Lower Econfinj
River Public Small Game
,;- Hunting Area in Taylor County.
According to John-Ault, FWC's
'regional public hunting areas
biologist, "The Suwannee River
Water Management District has
requested the FWC consider
opening the Lower Econfina River
Public Small Game Hunting Area
: to deer hunting with primitive
weapons. We are proceeding with
This request and want public
comments on the proposed
changes."
The changes would allow deer
and all other legal game hunting
During 'th'e archery ''and-
muzzleloading gun seasons and
turkey hunting during the spring
: turkey season.
The changes, if approved by
FWC,commissioners, would take
effect July 1, 2007. The seasons
,on Lower Econfina River would
be:
Archery: Sept. 22 Oct. 7
Muzzleloading gun: Oct. 26 -


: Small game: Jan. 21 March 2
Spring turkey: March 15 23
Fishing and frogging:
.throughout the.year
It would be legal to take all
legal. game, fish, frogs and
furbearers during the appropriate
seasons. The possession or use of
; dogs, other than bird dogs or dogs
with a shoulder height of 15
inches or less, would be
prohibited. Hunting hogs with
. dogs would be prohibited. The
public would have access to the
area from 1' hours before sunrise
to 1 hours after sunset.
Motorized vehicles could only be
operated on named or numbered
roads, and ATVs and motorcycles
would be prohibited.'
The Suwannee River Water
Management District is holding
its rhonthly governing board
. meeting in Mayo Nov. 16, and


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this item is on the agenda. The
public will have an opportunity to
provide comments at that time.
The meeting begins at 8:30 a.m.
at,, the Lafayette Count'y
Commission Room.

People can also send their
comments to John Ault via e-mail
at john.ault@MyFWC.com or by
mail to 3377 E. Highway 90,
Lake City, FL 32055.
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FCA golf is Nov. 3


The Taylor County chapter of
the Fellowship ..of Christian
Athletes (FCA) will hold its
annual Golf Classic Scramble on
Friday, 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
following the completion of play.
For more information or to
enter, call (850) 383-1144.


Tide Tables,

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F 3. Low 6:11 AM -0.1 7 LowA-9:14AM -0.7
3 High 12:29 PM 3.5 7 High 3:44 PM 3.1
3 Low 6:23 PM 0.9 7 Low 8:44 PM 1.6
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Sa 4 High 12:02 AM 3.5 W 8 High 2:11 AM 3.7
4 Low 6:58 AM -0.5 8 Low 10:01 AM -0.5
4 High 1:21 PM 3.6- 8 High 4:31 PM 2.9
4 Low 7:02 PM 1.1 8 Low 9:18 PM 1.7

Su5 High 12:34 AM 3.7 Th9 High 2:46 AM 3.5
5 Low 7:44 AM -0.7 9 Low 10:50 AM -0.2
5 High 2:11 PM 3.5 9 High 5:21 PM 2.6
5 Low 7:38 PM 1.4 9 Low 9:54 PM 1.7

M 6 High 1:06AM 3.7 F 10 High 3:25AM 3.3
6 Low 8:29 AM -0.8 10 Low 11:44 AM 0.2
6 High 2:58PM 3.3 10 High 6:191PM 2.4
6 Low 8:12PM 1.5 10 Low 10:41 PM 1.8


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Time has come for the race to end and a decision made on who will represent
you in District 2 for the next 4 years. I want to thank all of you who have
encouraged my run for office. I have thoroughly enjoyed hearing your concerns
and discussing strategies to address the issues facing the County.

Your vote for me will be for 'independent thinking and creative solution
development, utilizing local, state and federal resources. Government can't do
everything, but I believe it can be more efficient and utilize the resources it has
in more efficient ways.

I will support efforts to invest in and develop youth recreation as well as
enhanced job development (with benefits).

Seniors' and Veterans' contributions to our society will not be forgotten, and
their issues will be heard and dealt with for their maximum benefit.

Health care enhancements that protect all and promote tourism are essential
to our county's planned growth.

Conservative fiscal policy and planning for orderly growth and development
that does not, neglect environmental concerns can be done.

Again, it has been a great experience campaigning across District 2 and much
of the county. I have renewed many friendships and made many new ones. If
elected I look forward to working with all of you to continue to make Taylor
County the great place it is--and will continue to be--for working, playing and
raising our families.

Please remember our troops in your prayers and God bless America!

I would appreciate your support and vote this
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Enroll Tuesday at Potter's House for 'after-school'


Tuesday, Thursday programs offered
Potter's House Ministries plans to open its doors for an after-school
program on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-6 p.m.
Parents may register their children) on Nov. 7 from.4-6 p.m., with "first
come, first served." The program is for ages 8-12, and will focus on
reading and math skills, as well as additional preparation for FCAT.
Teachers are needed for this program, and retired educators are encouraged
to volunteer. Interested teachers should call 584-5056.
Beast Feast is Saturday
Blue Creek Baptist Church is planning a Wild Game Feast Saturday,
Nov. 4, including gator tail, black buck, Florida whitetail, South Carolina
whitetail, Javalina, elk and Texas buck. Come at 4 p.m.
November gospel sing this weekend
The Perry First Church of God on Higla'a\ 221 North will have its
monthly gospel sing on Saturday, Nov. 4, at 7 p.m. featuring the Master's
Men and the Blanton Family. Snacks will be served at 5:30 p.m.
Pisgah Baptist observes 88th Homecoming
Pisgah Baptist Church invites everyone to its 88th Homecoming on
Sunday, Nov. 5.' Special music gets underway at 10 a.m. with the sermon
following at 11 a.m., delivered by Dariny Rogers of Mayo.
Dinner on the grounds will be shared at noon.
Youth Day observance Sunday
Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church will observe Youth Day on
Sunday, Nov. 5, at 3 p.m. with Christina Reaves featured as guest speaker.
Everyone is invited to attend; the church is located at 1149 W. Hampton
Springs.
Clothes give-away Saturday
Potter's House Ministry, located at 461 North 19 and Woods Creek Rd.,
will offer a clothes give-away Saturday for anyone in the community.


Good attendance
at union meeting
By B.D.WILLIAMS
The Ministers, Deacons, and
Superintendents Union of Taylor
County, an auxiliary of the First
Bethlehem Baptist Association,
had a weekend union meeting of
good attendance and spirit-filled
services at Antioch Mi__ionary
Bapu;t Chur.:h. The Re- Ton.N
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Sunday School 10:00 10:45
.-> Worship Service 11:00 12:00
Children's Church 11:00 12:00
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: .:.Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
.. Choir Practice :00- 6:4500
- Nursery provided with adult supervision 9:45-12.00 nday Service 7:00 -8:00
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you so very .much. .

Your Loving Wife, JoAnn
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Please come by the church between the hours of 8 and'11 a.m ..
Weekend revival begins tonight
The Church of God of Prophecy will be in revival this weekend. Nov. 3-
5, with services at 7 p.m. led by E angelist Ray Chandler.
Matron Society plans service
The Matron Society of New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church invites
the community to attend its installment service on Sunday, Nov. 5, at 3
p.m. New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church will lead the service at.
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Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship 10:45 a.m.
Visitors
Church Ph: 584-6155


Sunday Evening:
Wed. Bible Class


6:00 p.m.
7T00p.m.


Welcome
Carl Desmartti: 223-3210



Welcome to
St. James Episcopal
Sunday Services:
Holy Eucharist: 8:00 a.m.
Sunday School: 9:00 a.m.
Holy Eucharist: 10:00 a.m.
Nursery Available
Located at 1100 W. Green St.
Church Office: 584-7636
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Men


are

Invited!


The monthly gathering of men that includes lunch and a
brief inspirational message by Rev. Eddie Blalock will be
Friday, Nov. 3, at the M.A. Rigoni Cookhouse on
North US 19 (north of former Highway Patrol Station).

Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. until 12:15 p.m.,
followed by the message which will,
conclude at 12:35 p.m.

Cost is $5.00. All men are invited.


NOTICE

OF INHERITANCE
If you know Jesus Christ as your Lord and
Savior, you are an heir of God.
"Therefore, you are no longer a slave but a son, and if a
son, then an heir of God through Christ." -Gal. 4:7
Lakeside Baptist Church
"A Place to Call Home"


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


Wednesday Services
6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Mission Activities
Steven Ruff, pastor
Hwy. 27 584.5688


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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.
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. -Dr. Mahinrad


"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
their gentle and beautiful light. .


SSt Johns Chturistian^ ;
Fel1owsttip
SSunday ScpI l a.n Tuesday 7-00 p.m.
SMotlng Wohpi-41WOtaj Study/Prayer Meeting
Nqrse' and ChiMdren's Ministry Provided
(locatedat the Intersection of Puclett R4.mand Golf Course Rd.) ,--
, Mark McErfresqhpator 584-7251


CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2959 Golf Course Rd.

Sunday Worship Services .--
9:30 am Sunday School' .
10:45 am Morning Worship Wednesday
6:00 pm Evening Worship Discipleship Training 6:00 pm-
8:00 pm Adult Choir Practice Programs & Bible Study for all ages!
Bring the Whole Family
Calvary Baptist Youth meet each Monday. Night 6;00 pm.
All area youth are invited.

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
CATHOLIC CHURCH
'M9~SSES:
Sat. 6 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
CCD & Adult Educarion Classes
Sunday 9:00 a.m.
2750 S Byron.Butler Pkwy. 584-3169
- Rev. Slade Crawford, Pastor .

,First United Methodist Church1

Open Hearts Open Minds & Open Doors
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Mt. Olive M.B. Church
Annual
Youth Day
Observance
Sunday, Nov. 5
3:00 p.m.


The Youth Department of Mount Olive
Missionary Baptist Church will be celebrating,,
its Annual Youth Day Observance.
The speaker for this occasion will be Christina
Reaves, a 2005 Summa Cum Laude graduate of
Taylor County High School. She is currently a Pre-
Med student at Florida A&M University. The Temple
of God Youth Choir will be rendering the song
service.
A citywide invitation is extended to all youth to
come help us celebrate this blessed occasion in the
name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Rev. George L. Williams, Pastor
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Jiffy Food Stores
4 Convenient Locations
703 S. Jefferson (OPEN 24 HOURS)

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Goodman'sBBQ
2429S. ByronButlerPkwy. *584-3751
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3 lb. $18- I They won't last long.
5 lb. $30 Only two more baking this year.
Nut Cakes 2 lb. $10, 3 Ib. $15 (sold by order only) .
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Gut-of-towners spend weekend here


UNION MEETING
Continued from page 7


3%e\. J.B. Duval acted as mediator,
and the Rev. Izell Montgomery Jr.
as president.
Thanks to the pastor, his wife
Mrsg; Graham, officers and


members of Antioch for making it
possible for us to have such an
enjoyable weekend.
Mrs. Louise Taylor of Miami,
spent the weekend here visiting her
sister, Mrs. Annie Mae Neeley.
There were others here from all
over Florida over the weekend


attending the Pine Tree Festivities.
Thanks to my sister for the
delicious cake Monday and thanks
to my birthday girl for the
delicious supper Monday
afternoon.
Say a prayer for the sick and
shut-in at home and the hospitals.


Dear Voters of District 4:
Thanks to all of you who voted for me in the Primary, which
gave me an opportunity to continue to the general election on
November 7. c yucnbprdof
To those of you who voted for other candidates or did not vote '"
at all, I invite you to join with us in my effort to serve you. I will do f ,
my best to be a commissioner you can be proud of.
As I traveled from Nutpll Rise, Eridu, Pleasant Grove, Shady
Grove, Lake Bird, Boyd, Perry and points in between, I made .
notes of your comments, concerns, suggestions, and ideas and
feel that I know the things that you consider important to this district.
This willingness to listen, along with the knowledge gained from
past and present experience working on various boards of f '
i community concern will help me be an effective commissioner.
We will face many tough issues in the future. You must now make the choice as to who
you feel will best serve you.
I hope that choice is me...I am willing to work hard to help insure a trusting and cooperative
* relationship with those who can help solve our pressing issues.
I respectfully urge you to vote on November 7 and cast your vote for:

Rudolph Parker
For County Commissioner, District 4
"A Voice For All"
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* Private Homes or Rental Living
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* Cafeteria/Cafe
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DIRECTIONS
Exit 1-10 at the Live Oak.exit
(US 129) and proceed south
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Turies'ay, November 7


The Perry City Council adopted
the following resolution Oct. 24, 2006.
Similar resolutions in support of reauthorization of the economic
development ad valorem tax exemption have also been adopted by the
Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce, Board of County Commissioners
and the Taylor County Development Authority.

WHEREAS, The Perry City Council desires positive-growth and economic development as
contained in the County vision and strategic plan; and

WHEREAS, economic development and the creation of quality jobs are priorities of the Perry
City Council, and

WHEREAS, for the past twenty-five years, the citizens of Taylor County have authorized the
governments within its boundaries to use ad valorem tax exemption in order to create and attract
quality jobs to this community-, and

WHEREAS, the ability to offer ad valorem tax exemption proved key to Taylor County winning
as expansion by Lance Manufacturing at their Perry facility, resulting in the creation of.an additional
52 quality jobs within the community; and

WHEREAS, the Florida Constitution provides for an economic development ad valorem tax
exemption referendum; and

WHEREAS, any economic development ad valorem tax exemptions granted by the Perry City
Council or the Board of County Commissioners has to meet all requirements of Florida Statutes,
196.1995; and

WHEREAS, the present authorization granted by the electorate in the November 1996 general
election expires this year; and

WHEIEAS, the Perry City Council desires to work toward its economic development goals in:
harmdny and partnership with the community, be it

RESOLVED BY THE PERRY CITY COUNCIL:
The said Perry City Council determines that it is to the best interest of the
City to support the reauthorization of an economic development ad valorem
tax exemption via referendum.



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B-1 Perry News-Herald November 3-4, 2004


Clerks of

the Court

Today, court clerks can
search countless pages of
information with a just few
keystrokes. However, a
more involved quest for
supporting documents might
mean a trip to the records
vault and therein lies a
brush with the workings of
clerks 4rom long ago. The
official court archives
include turn-of-the-
century marriage licenses,
cattle brand records and land
deeds. Some of Ihose volumes
may 'include the very
records pictured in the
vintage photo above, which
shows court clerks J.C.
Calhoun and F.W. Calhoun.
The office they are shown
in was in the "old
courthouse" pictured left.
The courthouse, built in
1906, was torn down in
1968.


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
November 4, 1971

15,000 SEE KING
TREE PARADE
Undaunted by overcast skies and
the threat of rain, a crowd
estimated at 15,000 braved the


g/iance at the past 1


threatening weather to view the
sixth annual King Tree Parade in
downtown. Perry and attend the
festival's famous free fish fry at
Forest Capital Park. Indeed, early.
parade-goers were treated to a
,sprinkling of light showers, hardly
more than a mist, but no one was
seen to leave the vantage points
they had selected for themselves to


S lPerry November 3-4, 2006

SNews-Herald


P.O. Bo\ 888
Perrn, Florida


123 S. Jefferson Street
(850) 584-5513


DONALD D. LINCOLN
Publisher


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watch the 86-unit, hour-long
spectacle.
Fourteen out-of-town bands and
12 out-of-town beauty queens
graced the procession.

MISS FLORIDA INJURED
IN RIDING MISHAP
Barbara Jo Ivey, Miss Florida,
was reported to be in satisfactory
condition after examination in
Tallahassee for a possible head
injury suffered in a fall from a
horse.
Miss Ivey, it was reported, fell
while riding for pleasure at a local
farm.
She was taken to Doctors'
Memorial Hospital for emergency
treatment and later transferred to
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital for
further treatment after she
complained of dizziness.

JIM SOUTHERLAND
NAMED MR. TREE-RIFFIC
Guests at the sixth annual
Florida Forest Festival banquet
heard Congressman Don Fuqua
praise the leadership of this area in
the development of the forestry
industry and saw Jim Southerland,
public relations director at
Buckeye Cellulose Corp.,
presented with a plaque naming
him "Mr. Tree-Riffic" for 1971, in
recognition of his "significant
contributions to the development
of the forestry industry." .
In addition to his work at
Buckeye, Southerland had long
been active in the organization and
promotion of Perry's annual
Florida Forest Festival. He had
been credited in a large measure
with the growth of the original


Pine Tree Festival from the status
of local celebration to that of a
major event in Florida. and the
southern United States. The award
was presented by Carroll Lamb of
the Florida Forestry Association.

WEDDING BELLS
Ware-Abbott
St. James Episcopal Church was
the setting for the wedding of Miss
Judith Claire Ware to John Walter
Abbott.
Parents of the couple were Mr.,
and Mrs. Charles R. Ware of Perry
and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Walter
Abbott of Naples.
The ,Rev. Walter T. Saffran
performed the double-ring
ceremony.

ENGAGEMENTS TOLD
Wilson-Moody
Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Wilson
announced the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Luvenia Faye, to Richard
Glenn Moody, son of Douglas M.
Moody of Tallahassee.
Miss Wilson was a graduate of
Taylor County High. School and
was employed by the State
Department of Commerce in
Tallahassee. Mr. Moody was a
graduate of Shalimar-Fort Walton
Beach High School. He was
employed by Vindale Corp. in
Tallahassee.
Sisk-Deal
Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Sisk
announced the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Mary Glenda, to James
Richard Deal, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Deal.


For all of you that were blessed with a second mother
figure as I was, this story is for you.
My second mama was a woman named Corrine whose
gentle spirit was a disguise for a lady who had nerves of A
steel.
She came into my life when I was a small child and
remained a part until I moved away from home. In fact,
the last time I recall talking with her, and although I was
now an adult she had the uncanny ability to make me
feel that I was once again a child, as I sat at her feet
during our conversation. She achieved this by a simple
touch of her hand to stroke my hair and questions about
my well-being that would always draw me toward her like
a charged magnet.
For one who made such an impact, on my life, you
would think that I knew her personal history well. But
the truth is that I knew very little about her life, I knew*::
where she lived in Perry, perhaps three blocks behind-
Dairy Queen and I knew that she, had a daughter who- "
lived in New York that came to visit occasionally. Not
much one could say but it never seemed to matter when
I was a child because there were ;so many other things
that I did know about her.
She smelled like sunshine on a clear summer day, she..-.
was soft as cotton, she cooked the most delicious food
and her laughter sounded like church bells ringing in-,
joyous celebration of life. And, she always carried a large'
croker 'sack everywhere she went.
Daddy would bring her to the house most mornings::,;:
before he left for work. She always, rode in the back seat. .
of the car as if daddy was her chauffeur. Upon arrival she'
would sweep into the kitchen like a regal queen, croker
sack in hand. All eyes would follow her as she carefully ,*;
laid the sack near the back door, where it would rest
until the day's work was completed.
Only now can I appreciate the amount of work that
Corrine accomplished in a day's time. We were treated to
breakfast and sent out into the yard to play. I made it my
business to hang around if it was wash day. I always
loved to see Corrine head to the ringer washing machine
that sat onthe back porch. She made it seem like a game
as I helped her fill the wash tubs with water. There were
three tubs because mama wanted to make sure all the
soap was rinsed from the clothes and of course the water
was later used to bathe dirty children that had played in
the yard all day. Once the washer was started it would
swish, swash, swish, swash for what seemed like forever
before Corrine would let me help her guide the clothes
through the ringer, into the rinse water then back
through the ringer until the clothes were ducked into all
three rinse waters. When mama and Corrine agreed the
clothes were soap free they would hang them on the.,
clothesline to blow-dry in the sunshine. Oh, can't you--
just smell that sunshine as the clothes were gathered'-"
from the line and carried into the house. I still remember
burying my face into the clean sheets and pillow cases"
when I was given the task of ironing them. That's right, ;
we ironed the sheets and pillow cases and I thought I was"'
pretty grown-up when Corrine allowed me to help. I like
my clothes dryer with the little fabric-softener sheets but.
I still miss the sun-dried smell of my childhood.
JI must have been school age before I figured out what:i
the sack was used for. And even after I knew the true;`
purpose of the sack there were times that Corrine would::>
get us kids going by saying, "gonna load you up in my:-:
sack. today if you don't behave." That was all the-:
discipline needed for us to become model children since:
we never knew for sure if the 'sack" was used for another"
purpose than the one we had seen. Curious as always, I
had made it my business to stay close to the kitchen at
the end of the day and had seen mama fill the sack with;;;
leftover food or vegetables that Corrine and mama had -
gathered from the garden. I never heard Corrine ask for;;
the food nor did I hear mama offer, it was just' an.i,.
understanding between the two of them and they:
respected each other too much to cheapen the act with..'
words.
I never learned much about Corrine's life outside her
involvement with our family even though she was a part
of our household for many years. But, her personal life
was her own business and the lack of my knowledge |
about it doesn't lessen the great impact she had on me.
My one regret is that I don't know where she was laid to
rest after her death...I would like to have the opportunity
to honor her memory.
I want to thank you all for the wonderful response to these
stories; you bless me with your kindness.
Delores L. Walker can be reached at edmwalk@windstream.net


quotablE quotesN


A chief is a man who
assumes responsibility.
He says "I was beaten";
he does not say"My men
were beaten."
--Antoirie de Saint-Exupery

Example is not the
main thing in influencing
others. It is the only
thing.
--Albert Schweitzer


You do not lead by hitting I
people over the head.
That's assault,
not leadership.
--Dwight D. Eisenhowed

A good leader is a person ;
who takes a little more
than his share of the blamed
and a little less than his
share of the credit.
--John C. Maxwell
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Land


The Taylor County High
School Bulldogs cap their
2006 season Friday night at
Dorsett Stadium, when
they go toe-to-toe with
the Jefferson County Tigers.
The game also marks
the annual Homecoming
celebration. The evening will
include a presentation of
the Homecoming honor
courts for the freshman,
sophomore, junior and
senior classes. Members of
the courts are featured
here.


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Senior Honor Court: (I to r) Joseph Proenza,
Cha'Marquis Ellis, Zach Bradshaw and Jake Meacham.


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This year's
Homecoming theme
is "Candy Land"
...how sweet it is!
Go Dawgs!!


Senior Honor Court: (I to r) Bryttany Martin, Samantha Williams, Anngelica Florence,
Sabrina Alexander and Tiffany Flowers. Not pictured is Andrea Lee.


Junior Honor Court: (front, I to r) Keith Gober and Gregory-
Flowers; (back, I to r) Kendall Thompson, Lauren Hardin,..
Shannon Morgan, Jennifer Hunter and Tyler Dubose. Not:
pictured is Nakidra Cook.


.12th grade: Amy Brett/Drew Southerland, Jill Hunt/Chad Ellis and Courtney
Foster/Adam Cook; 11th grade: Laura Lundy/Will Hall and Tanzia -
Fudge/Greg Sneed; 10th grade: Tierra McNeal/Brychowski Jackson; and
9th grade: Jordan Williams/Tony Southerland


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'Taylor County is more than your home it's a way of life. From Little League games to dance recitals to
spending time in the great outdoors, there are so many things that make Taylor County an outstanding place
to live and raise a family.
With the new jobs that will be created by the Taylor Energy Center, our children will have better access
to high-paying careers in Taylor County. They'll be able to raise their own families here and continue to share
in the traditions of our special way of life.

For more information, call 223-2700, e-mail info@taylorenergycenter.org,
or visit www.taylorenergycenter.org.


0 TAYLOR
Energy Center


Powering the Economy. Protecting the Environment


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MEGA YARD SALE

Saturday, Nov. 4
City Park
(across from the Chamber of Commerce)
7:30 a.m. noon
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!



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


Don't STRESS Over

Paving Bills


mi nute


NOW YOUR AUTHORIZED PAYMENT CENTER
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CITY DILLARDS DISH NETWORK LANE BRYANT SAKS AUTO NATION
OVER 300 MORE!.
Pay them all...just 1 stop!
No money orders or stamps to worry
about ever again!
CHECKS CASHED
PAYDAY LOANS


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FREISTCS
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OPEN ON
SUNDAYS


PERRY
Winn Dixie Shopping Center
584-4850
Hours: Mon-Sat 9am 7pm Sunday 10am 4pm


Floridians are reminded to
--Florida Statute 101.043 requires photi

Accepted d


B-3 Perry News-Herald November 3-4, 2006








Spring identification when voting
o and signature identification at the polling place.

documents are:


* Florida driver's license Debit or
* Florida identification card issued Military
by the Department of Highway Student
Safety and Motor Vehicles
Retirem
* United States passport Neighb
* Employee badge or identification identific
* Buyer's club identification Public a


* credit card
identification
identification
lent center identification
orhood association
cation
assistance identification


/ Any combination of these documents may be presented


/Any combination of these documents may be presented
to fulfill the photo and signature requirements.
,LU- General Election
VOTE
JNovember 7, 2006


If any registered voter has any questions or concerns regarding ID contact
Molly Hendry Lilliott, Supervisor of Elections
108 N. Jefferson St. Perry, FL 32347 (850) 838-3515


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B-4 Perry News-Herald November 3-4, 2006


TCES announces honor roll for 1st nine weeks


Taylor County Elementary
School has announced its honor
* students for the first nine-weeks
grading period. They are as
follows:
Third grade "A" honor roll
Rebecca Barber, William Blue,
Marisa Das, Hannah Davis, Trevor
Driggers, Ja'Kayla Fudge,
Greyson Hicks, Kaydee Keen,
Haley Lago, Ashleigh Langford,
Mikaela Padgett, Madison Parker-
Lee, Stephanie Parks, Kenneth
Smith, Joshua Weaver, Catherine
Weed,' Cole Wentworth and
Summer Wright.
S Third grade "A/B" honor roll
Savannah Amundsen, John
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Barnes, Kimberly Beach, Kyani
Beasley, Paras Bhakta, Noah
Blanco, Tamera Brasby, Ross
Brenner, Hannah Brown, Patrick
Brown, Maria Buenrostra, Landon
Byrd, Dannie Coffee, Jordan
Crouse, Justin Cruse, Buck Deese,
'Madison Elliott, DeAja Ellis,
Jeremy Ellis, Zavian Flowers,
Jabari Ford, Nathan Fraser,
Marissa French, Angelika Fulford,
Lucas' Gipson, Jessie Gregory,
Taylor Gregory, Gabriel Gross,
Jamaal Hankerson, Cody Harrison,
Michael Hicks, Macalah Hill,
William Hodges, Christopher
Houck, Jayla Island, Javonathon
Johnson, Trenton Jones, Erin


Lannen, Hayden Lilliott, Kristna
MqCray, Kristina McGowan,
Andrena Merkerson, Kyla Miguel,
Stephen Miller, Wyatt Moore,
Brittany Niles, Mireya Otera,
Lacey Pitts, Kasey Pridgeon,
Kaylee Reed, Clayton Schmidt,
Trevor Schwab, Michael Sellers,
Dakota Simpson, Courtney
Singletary, Brody Smith, Austin
Smyrnios, Bethany Snodgrass,
Claudia Strickland, Mercedes
Taylor, Chamecia Thomas, Kyler
Uhl, Katherine Wald, Sierra
Walker, Timothy Walker,; Kenneth
Warf, Keera Washington, Drew
Watkins, Courtney Weatherly,
D'Andre Wells, Sarah Williams,


Catrina Wilson, Natalie Wynn and
Fihme Zaed.
Fourth grade "A" honor roll
Anthony Carter, Cade Ely,
Maddie Everett, Lesha Fletcher,
Kinzi Mattingly, Matthew
McEwien, Lindsey Mincy, Chloe
Nelson, Rohan Patel, Colby
Ratliff, Tyler Russell, Ja'Corbey
Simmons, Evan Ward and
McKenzie Wynn.
Fourth grade "A/B" honor roll
Katie Cannon, Josh Aldous,
Sunita Baker, Cody Bickel, Isabel
Borjon, Keely Brickey, Felicity
Brown, Haley Brown, Kaitlyn
Burrow, Savannah Cash, Cameron
Collins, Anthony Conde, Hannah


Crouse, Lacriesha Cruce, Tony
Cutshall, Mitchell Davis, Antonio
Drawdy, Brooke Ferguson, Lyrics
Fitchett, Rebekah Floyd, Eli
Foskey, Jordan Gibson, Kyra
Gibson, Alfredo Graham, Julie
High, Lacey Horton, Adrian
Huntley, Khe'Chanda Island,
Angel Ketring, Joshua Littlepage,
Sarah McIntosh, Michayla
Mitchell, Summer Montgomery,
Kristina Nastally; Jacob Nelson
Joshua Patterson, Taylor Pitts,
Martasha Robinson, Jordan Ruff,
Cody Sessions, Katelyn Shaw,
Jharmara Simmons, Hannah
Smyrnios, Wesley Smyrnios,
Ronnice Spain, Janard Stokes,


Levi Strickland, Ronnie
Thompson, Taylor Turnmire, Tara
Viola, Ashley Wallace, Katie
Wallis, Logan Watford, Lucy
Whitehead, Casey Wilson and-
Sebastian Wilson.
Fifth grade "A" honor roll
Morgan Albritton, Tristan
Barfield, Annsley Bohlman,,
Makenzie Cannon, Katherine
Cruce, Kaylee Denmark, Daniel .:
Dudley, Laura Freeman, Kace
Griner, John Hilson, Ashlyn Mills,
Morgan Mixon, Rebekah Monroe,
Grant Parker, Joe Pelt, LaQuinta
Stephens, Mitch Stephens, Dylan
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Students spotlighted for good grades


HONOR ROLL
Continued from page B-4


Strickland, McKenzie Sullivan,
Serena Trani, Becky Walker,
Jessica Webb, Daniel Wentworth
and Billie Whitehead.


Firih pi-ade 'A/B honor roll
Amher Adkin \Will kridermi'n.
K~atic A.rclir. luriler A\rr~~-n~Lre
Coke Benncii. Aurun Ljiin B 1. 1r
Ire'Rtih\ n Brill, iti.rin Calhi'Un.
Tamjr,ij Cobb. Jarrell Coi'crOfl
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Gators


raise


$1,000
Taylor County Gator Club
members are "all smiles" after
raising more than $1000 for the
SGator Scholarship Fund.
"We are so grateful to our many
* club members and Gator fans who
helped us raise this amount for
deserving students who live in
Taylor County and are accepted
into the University of Florida
(UF)," said Betty Culbreath,
president of the club.
Fred Ogilvie serves as
scholarship chairman.
On Florida Forest Festival Day,
Sthe club raffled:
Sa national championship
basketball signed by UF Coach
Billy Donavan;
S* a football signed by Coach
Urban Meyer;
and also a $50 gift certificate.
"The basketball was won b\
Donald Warren," said Culbretih.
: "and we're happy for him."
a The football went home. v.h
Diane Wright, and the ,ili
certificate was presented to Elia
^ Foskey.
"We .an'it sa-, th.tliks ftlen
: enough to all the loyal Gator fans
who help put Taylor County klds
through college," said Culbreathi
: "This $1000 will help our local.
deserving students."

Youth invited

to join 4-H

Cloverbuds
The 4-H Cloverbud Club woi Id
: like to invite new members (bo) s
and girls, ages 5 8) to join.
The club will learn about a
: variety of topics and projects al
each club meeting. Some of the
topics are Fall Harvest, Season of
SGiving and Animals. The club
meets once a month on the second
Thursday, from 3:30 to 5 p.m., a-.
:; the 4-H office, in Forest Capital
Hall.
The next club meeting is set for
November 9. In December, the
Cloverbuds will meet twice, to
complete the months project
They will also meet Dec. 7 and 14.
from 3:30 to 5 p.m.
For more information or to sign
your child up for this club o:
another 4-H club contact the local
County Extension Office at 838-
3508 or by email at
lwiggins@ufl.edu.


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Central Florida Lands & Timber
Usher Land & Timber
Mitchell McElroy
Williams Timber, Inc.
Timberland Management
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Buckeye Nursery, Inc.
Foley Timber & Land Co.
T.W. Byrds Sons, Inc.
McHargue, K.V.
Smurfit-Stone Container Corp
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Cabbage Grove Mining
Florida Forestry Association
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2006 Florida Forest Festival Board of Directors

Many businesses, organizations and countless volunteers contributed their time, resff i
and talent to make this year's festival a success. If we have left anyone out, we aPo1"
We thank each one for their generous support and encourage everyone to patroL4R#,A P
businesses and show them your appreciation for helping to make these events ppro lel,.


B-5 Perry News-Herald November 3-4, .-;


DOCTORS' MEMORIAL HOSPITAL- ;


IS NOW ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS
FOR ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS-

One I11 vacancy is now available,


Applications may be obtained at the Clerk of Courts
Office in the Taylor County Courthouse or in thl.
administrative office at Doctors' Memorial Hospita-
(333 N. Byron Butler Pkwy.). Complete..
applications must be returned to the Clerk's.Office.#&
or the hospital by 5 p.m. on Nov. 22, 2006. -


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Saturday, Nov. 4 at 6:30 p.m. 1693 SW
Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360) Madison,
Florida. COOKOUT STARTS AT 5:30
pjn. Heated/AC Comfy seats, If you
haven't, been to one of our Auctions you
are missing out on the Greatest Buys
Around! Lots.of Fun and Give-A-Ways!
From Perry: Take RT 221 North to CR360
(SW Mosley Hall Rd) Turn right, we are
about 8 miles on the right. Phone 850-973-
2959
AU691 Col Ron Cox AB2490
11/1-11/3


Huge Yard Sale Saturday Nov. 4, 8 a.m. -
until. Multi-family/ Moving Sale. Kitchen
and household items, furniture, clothes,
and shoes (for men & women, young & old)
sheets and bed spreads, curtains, rugs,
lamps, books (children's and adults), what-
knots and decorations, tools and yard
items,'and more. 1492 Pinecrest Street
(white house in field) look for signs off
Johnson Stripling,Rd. by High School or
off Hwy 27 on Buckeye Nursery Rd.
11/3AA :


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
Yard SaleWe buy...call us! Collectibles

Set-up Tool6',
$8 & up Hwy, 19 S. 838-1422 *584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


The monthly Sons of AMVETS
Community Yard Sale will be held this
. Saturday, Nov. 4, from 7 a:m. 2 p.m.
Spaces are available for a $5 donation (a
six-foot table will be provided for each
space). Walk-ins are also welcome. Call
Mark Viola at 584-5513 or 584-8807 for
reservations. 2499 Woods Creek Rd.
11/1-3SA
Mega Yard Sale--Saturday, Novemnber 4.
Clothes--Men, Women, Children, Teens,
Blue Jeans, Toys, Puzzles, Games,
Christmas, Decorations, Kitchen Wares,
Books, Video Games, Exercise
Equipment, T V/ Ei-e:tr.:.,',:. ,-,:, r ,
Equipment, Furniture, Collectibles, and
much, much more. Will be held at the City.
Park across from ire r ,h1 ,rlt.-r of
Commerce, 7:30 AM'until Noon.
This yard sale sponsored by employees of
Buckeye. All sales benefit the community
United Way campaign. Everyope welcome
to donate. Everyone welcome to buy; 584-
1275
Yard Sale
Friday & Saturday, November 3rd & 4th
FREi.1-S : FSii T. T:E ."! Some antiques,
misc. used furniture and Pace Saver
Scooter. Sellers welcome (No clothing)
18486 U.S. 19 No. Lamont, Florida.
11f1-11/3EMC
Relay For Life benefit garage sale,
Saturday, November 4th, 8:00 a.m. No
early birds please. 170 East Center St.
South on Hwy 19, first paved road on left
past Forest Capital Park. Furniture, spinet
piano, exercise equipment, bric-a-brac,
collectibles, lawn and garden, linens,,
Christmas'dec6, appliances, toys, much,
more.
11/1-11/3
Yard Sale Friday, Nov. 3 on Golf Course
Rd. 1/2 mile on.right. 8:00-until, Furniture,
microwave, .sewing machine, toys,.
clothes, light fixtures and more! Air.
compressor & tools.
11/1-11/3
Leisure Retreats Keaton Beach area -
After Dead Mans Curve HUGE 6 family
Yard Sale Household items, clothes,
,.hristmas stuff, tools, etc. 'Follow signs to
J. 225 Post Oak Rd. Fri & Sat, November 3
S4. 8:00 until.
11/1-11/3
Multi-Family Yard Sale Friday Nov. 3, 604
W. Julia St. Look for signs, from 8:00-5:00
Items: kitchen, household, clothes, misc.
11/1.-11/3 .

Yard Sale Friday & Saturday, Sadler's
Bargain Barn 4289 US 98 West, Sofa &
chair, wicker straight back chairs, desks,
55 gal aquarium, new porcelain dolls,
nuch more.
11/3


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come all! I w
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Monday 7:00 p.rM.
Public Welcome
c. 305 Puckeff Road /


Yard Sale Saturday Only! 103'- Dogwood
Way8a.m.-4p.m.
11/3
Super Sale Again! Don't Miss 303 West
Cedar St. Saturday Only! Starting at 7 a.m.
- until.
11/3
Big 4 family Yard Sale. Lots of good stuff
& i,:.,niir, i..for everyone. Saturday, Nov.
4.1536 W. Julia St. (Woods Creek) 8 a.m.
-2p.m.
11/3
Moving Sale 211 Pineland Sire .i
Christmas Decor, ijf-.. ii.' ig ri.:,:n'
set, piano, sheet music, games, books,
collectibles, and more: 7:30 a.m. until.
11/3 : '
Big Yard Sale Baby blankets, clothes,r.
shoes, stroller, swing. Child's Table 7
chairs, jeans men & women, 2XL shirts,
coffee table, table & chairs, lamps, office
desk, and much, much more. 7:00 4:00,-
Friday & Saturday, 105 Cheryl Dr.
11/3

Multi-Family Yard Sale 1441 E. Green St.
Saturday 8 a.m.- until, Lots of good
clothing and household items.
11/3
Yard Sale,123 Ridge Rd. Off of Plantation
Road. Lots of stuff; too much to mention!
Saturday'8 a.m. -until.
1/3 ...

Yard Sale Saturday Nbv. 4, 8:00 a.m. -
12:00 p.m., 2810 W, Page Rd. Dining
table, exercise bike, tub surround and
much more. No Ea3iy Bird:, PleaSe.
11/3
Moving Sale! 107 Douglas St. (Behind
Huddle House) Turn by Taco Saw on
Lewis St. Go 500 yards to apartments,
first dirt road to left, down to fence,
Apartments next to fence. New black glider
chair w/glider stool, 2 hand made end
tables, coffee table, 1 large double door
refrigerator w/ice maker excellent
condition, 1 large Zenith TV, 1 washer &
Dryer, 1 smoker grill, 1 dresser w/mirror.
18.8 ft Bayliner Paradise 125 hp Force
E-. .i,n.- ..hi.,r trailer all safety & legal equip
included, everything need. to go fishing.
CASH ONLY! 850-584-9005 or 850-843-
1516
11/3-11/8
Yard -Sale Come and get it! 375 East
p1,. r.,-.r -:- an Rd. Saturday, Nov. 4. From 8
a.m. 12 p.m.
11/3



Great Cellphone Deals!
Prepaid T-Mobile phone with 150 minutes
for $27.00, Contract replacement phones
from $25,00, Liberty Wireless (Sprint)
Prepaid, Nokia phone with 175 anytime
minutes and free nights and weekends
$60. Call 584-4551. Guaranteed Sales on
Beach Rd. in Perry.
11/1-11/8 ,


Full size bed frame, head board &.
mattress $175, bunk bed'(like new) wood
with mattresses $200, water cooler
(SunBeam) $50. Call 850-838-1563.
S 11/1-11/3

$150 NEW C'-.:EEIJ PILLOWTOP"
MATTRESS SET, in plastic, warranty.
850-222-7783
11/3GCN


GULF COAST '
METAL : Wide
ROOFING Galvalume

Full line of3
accessories in stock Painted

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

WANT TO BUY

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

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2 bed/2 bath MH, located in great
neighborhood just outside city limits on 2
acres. No smoking or pets allowed, $550
per month plus $550 .ecurly dep:,shi
required. References preferred. Serious
inquiries. only. Call 584-6364 and leave
message.
11/3-11/8
2 bed/1 bath MH with plenty of yard space..
$300 per month + 1st month plus security
deposit. 672-1735
11/3
1 bedroom new, full bath/shower,
kitchenette, furnished or. unfurnished,
AC/Heat included, access to den and
:-,rch .500 per mi.rih Plus deposit. Call
35:r,.843-.4590 or 850-223-3630.
11/3

WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!


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2 PC. Leather sofa & loveseat. Brand New,
hardwood frames, lifetime warranty $795,
can deliver, 850-425-8374
S11/3GCN
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5 piece bedroom set, new in'boxes, must
sell $475. 850-222-2113
11/3GCN .
Music Lessons Producer/ Guitarist now
available for guitar, string instruments) &
vice students, Recording Studio Now
available. Beginners welcome. Call Josh
Noland 850-584-5975
10/4-12/29
_euitiji tu ew Couch from Perry Drapery
St.300 irrri, set of 2 Queen size mattress
sets $150 & $200, Dinette set white & oak
with cabinet $200, New: metal pet cage
$50. Call 584-3600
11/3-11/8
'Moving Salel 107 Douglas St. (Behind
Huddle House) Turn by Taco Saw on
Lewi :t. SGo 500 yards to apartments,*
first dirt road to left, down to fence,
Apartments next to fence. New black glider'
cnair w;,qId'e-r stool 2 harn mad-: end
tables, :.',hI; tabite 1 iar,? dO,,uble door
refrigerator w/ice rrak' er -elletr i
condition, 1 large Zernith T/, 1 washer &
Dryer, 1 smoker pIl,, 1 dresser w/mirror..
18.8 ft Bayliner Pariadise 125 hp'Force
Engr.in- ,air iriler all safety & legal equip
included, everything need to go fishing.
CASH 'ONLYI 850-584-9005 or 850-843-
1516
11/3-11/8
New Micro Fiber Sofa + Loveseat, $475,
[II i .rapped .~ien r. ~iti 850-425-8374

NEW KING. PLUSH TOP mattress set.
Still in plastic with warranty; can deliver -
$250. 850-222-2113
11/3GCN
Internet ready computer system $90, with
i 17" Monitor, keyboard, riouse & speakers
I $305842914
11/3 .
2 wood .urnring 5.,..e for sale $1?5 each.
negotiable. Call 584-8419 please leave
message
11/3-11/8
Bedroom Set: New King bed, TV Armoire,
chest + nightstand, Retail $3k, sacrifice
$900. 850-545-7112.
11/3GCN
For Sale: 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 $4001 Please call 838-2137
10/27-11/3
Cherry sleigh bed, $250, solid wood, still
boxed 850-222-9879.
11/3GCN
DINNING ROOM Brand New Table, 6
chairs, China Cabinet $906, Can Deliver,
Call 850-222-7783
1.1/3GCN


Dowling House &

Carter House Apartments
Efficiency and One Bedroom

* Kitchen with Appliances
* Cable & Phone Hookups
- Secure and Comforting Atmosphere
* Walk to .Cafeteria, Library, Activities
* Senior Housing for Ages 62+
* HUD Approved Rents Based on Applicant Income




ADVENT CHRISTIAN VILLAGE
AT DOWLING PARK

County Rd. 136, 16 miles west of Live Oak, Florida
(386) 658-5291 Toll Free (800) 647-3353
www.acvillage.net
Call Karen Thomas today and
arrange a personal tour ,


HOME FOR SA
BUCKFOREST- 132
$299,000 10 ACRES
3 Bedroom/2 Ba
BEST PRICE in WAI
Call Land Lots And Home
850-556-6694
877-477-SOLD


LE .. .:
uail Run ';
3 Fenced 3 yr old horse-greenbroke-gentle.":Call 850-
hULLA! 584-9048 after.6 p.m.
sULLA! 9/27-11/17 ,
es.com, LLC ,
Free to a good home! Cats and kittens.
S...... Call Melissa @ 584-6647.
*t ,cw-.mn ..-. .- M i r s Tr

OUTOOR


Legal, Secretary, full time positionTn'fast
paced Personal 'injury firm located, in
Monticello. Mature, team piaver wih
extensive litigation preferred. Fax resume
to 850-997-5189.
11/3-11/15CBH


Boat for sale 12002' 17 1/2' Scout 90, 4
stroke Johnson, mint condition. $14,000
Call 325-210-1955
10/11-11/3LH


lr-nmediaie 3vaiiabiiiry on 2BR aparrrients
with rental assistance to' qualified
applicants. Equal Housing Opporiuniy
Office hours are 8 0,-5 00 iMlon.Trurs Call
850-584-5668. 709 W. Church Si Perry
FL 32348. TDD 711.
10/25tfWA.

Southern Villas of Perrv y
Looking For Applicants!
HUD Vouchers accepted i and 2 BR HC
and ricr,-H, accessible aparlrenti Office;
hrcou ar 8 00 to 5 0i rM ,ri.-Thiurs Call
850-584-81-11. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckert
Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal -Housing
rLpponuniry.

For Rent: 1 bed/ 1 bath, 2nd'floor apt.
Private area-near Keaion Beach. Adults
Only, No pets $550,mo includes electric
850578-.2'356 for appoinirrient
1/-11/22 .

2 bt'd/ 1 bath iouse, central heat and Air.
$550 per mr:onih Call 584-6113 between
8:30 and 5:00,
.10/18-11.11j0
SReni..3'0 fool camper in Secluded area One
person only .no peis. On Beach Rd, All
utilities paid, luily furnished $100 per
week. Call 584-4551.
10/2711/3 ,'

Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric water,.gas and trash
o.removal included, only $260 monthly, Qall
3ele:t Group R.alitr @ 3f.0.53 1-44C1
6/21tfnSGR
2 BR mobile Home fully furnished, patio,
nice yard, very clean will. Will a.cpt 1
very small child, no pets Mtking
application.' Call 584-4366.
10/25-11/3,
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.,Mtst see,
- Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
7/12tfnSGR


to onsite daycare and witness ',:lh,-:
Apply in person at Personal Office
Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until
4:00 p.m., or fax resume/credentials to
(386) 658-5160. EOE/! Drug-Free
Workplace/ Criminal background checks
required.


.11/3-11/29
'1997 Jeep Wrahgler 2.5 liter, 5 spd, soft,
'top, 76,500 Hwy. miles, $6995 OBO 672-
f 1003 after 4 p.m.
.11/1-11/3


RNs&LPNsf

All Shifts
Sue Love, Director of Nursing


Business Cffice Manager
Full-Ti e Position
5 years experience in
administrative ,upervisory capacity


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

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


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TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY 1994 Stumpnocker, 60 HP Mercury, good
COMMISSIONERS condition $4,500. Call 850-584-9084 after
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNIjTES' 6 p.m.
'Road Mainrerirnance ,T-h t .5:i 4' rhr. + 11 /17
benefits" ''2002' Big Bear 400 4-wheeier, mud tires
Planner $34,777 $39,145 + benefitsear 400wheeler, mud tires
$2500. Ca11352-210-1955.'
Library Tech partit time) $7.29-hr. 10/11-1C1/3LH '09
SLibrary Tech (full time) $8.04 hr.
Entire-job descriptions and requirements '2001' 4-wheeler, Kawasaki Prairie 300,
' can be. viewed at automatic. $2500 Call 352-210-1955.
u* w .I'y r .-. urnilyg.- .':.'m orTayvla,, 10/11-11/3LH
Emplovmeni Connr,n,ictio:rin 1702 S.
Jerers:,n Si Posinoi ae open until Boat for Sale! 2004 19' Bluewave 90 horse
tilled Tayi.:.r County is an EOENP/Drug Yahama Center Console Frontdeck, live
Te.inr,.' Ba:lqrolundj Check Employer. well, cooler seat. V'HF Raido very nice
Sii:i,'27tiir 8.': : bbat. $13,000. Day 672-0755, -,qr,,ji 58
S 206
HelpWanted 11/1tf .
Herbicide appli.bi,:,r'.-, must be 18, Must -
like being inr, w.'ood-, must be .'.',iiin to
mo:,r ul :5I of i.:.ir;i Will train. Apply in
person at RaHre-i Landclearing and j Ei
Development 1.949.S. Jefferson St. Perry,
FL 584-3807
10/11 : 1/3RLC 2004 Toyota Camry, leather seats, 54,000
miles, asking $14,500. Call 584-6276.
SAdventChristian Village 10/25-11/3
Current JOBS' Line Advertisement 999 Ford Explorer XLT newIpaint-low
Call 5627.orvisiww.acvillage.net 999 Ford Explorer XLT, new paint 0w
Call m24orvis/yd ays!wenekmileage, fully loaded call for information,
24 hrs/day, tdays/week 584-8032 or 584-5010 anytime after 6:00
CNAs Got a Passion for Compassion? FT i pm
an PT positions/ various shifts, long-term 10/25-11/3
care setting. Florida certification required.'
Shift differentials evenings/ weekends., '95' Ford Probe 5 sd 2.0, 119,000 miles
FT positions include health, dentalclife many extras, many new parts, JL stereo
disability, supplemental insurance; 403b l system, Great gas saver, $3500. Call 850-
retirement account; paid time off, access 0. 1
t oniedy Aran -iesj .2iiii 48


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Recently remodeled mobile, home on .31.,
acres 2 bed/1 bath, fenced in yard,
conveniently located near'downtown only'
$35,000, For. more inio call Prof-esional ":
Realty of Perry. (850) 58. 584-
11/3-11/8
k'For Sale 2 lots, Borders Orange andI
"Washington St. Call 223.262.7 ,r 8.8-0851
10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3
3 BD/2 Bth Brick,House in'Ciy irrnit.
close to schools, attached garage, asi ing
.i 39 ''00' offered through Ray rSharp
Realty. Call 352-486-2292
10/25-11/17
Commercial Building for sale 13,500 dq,
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-.
584-5891. Pete Fortner
7/19tfnBC .

Morgan Whiddon Rd. 15 acres with 18 stalls
stable, pretty Oaks $13,000 per acre :a311
Professional Realty of Perry (850)584-5844:
11/3-11/8

204 W,'odjgate Dr 3 bed/2 ratrih ugqe
i.chen, i.rnced .ard 1.95 '"q leeL By
app:,,, imeni in i',,n Call -'3-1'889 asking., '
I 0 0 ; O 1 '
S.,H; i i, 3 ',
For Sale, By,'Owner: Downtown. Brick:
House, near :rhOol: anrd srhi-opping 3
Bedrooms, 2 full t ilhr.,orrni C'enriia Heai
& Central Air. Complei.-ly rerrcmo.jde.d 83:8.
6425. .
i ,";25li. .?,'' .,' '**'^
12 acr.ets wilI split) and 23 acres ia,:! iu 1 i
outside city limits $8,700 per acre Call
Professional Realty of Perry i 8501Si4 5844-
11/3-11/8 :, :
Quarter acre lot on city water, sewer and
gas lines. Quiet neighborhood..Not zoned
lior mo-.tbile hc'm.: rn e,.:ds previous.
la.'I ,'po l rerm :.e.,j an, il *i,., 000 i rm
Call Re Ber'-.w al.23 17641
10/25-11/17


Cook Needed for Rocky's Convenience
Store. Part-time position in shipping Dept.
for .J&J'Equipment. Call 584-6555 or fax
qua3iticai.:.r,; 1o 850-584-7566.

Avon Reps Needed Can start you at 50%
earnings. Free gift with $10 start up. Call
BJ at 850-584-6289 or 850-843-2605.
10/13-11/11
Health educator Consultant
The Lafayette County Health Department
is seeking a Health Educator Consultant,
PSN# 64003003. Must have at.least an
Associate's degree from an accrediled
college or equivalent work experience.
Must have experience working on an,.
irlerirenv cOiTimilee or community
partrier.Ship Must have experience in
bduqe ,.iel'ipmerit mr,a-iage eni or grant
rting '.'lu, ria.e e',perence developing
or l11,iOii.'w.A a w ork, plan MusI have
prepared and presented information to a
group. Must have participated in an
-.uftrea.,: pr,pj.Lecti ai the Lafayette County
Health Department, isuch as Siep Up
Florida. Must'be fingerprinted. May, be,
required to work extra hours or days in the
event of an emergency. Salary rare is
$27,542.06- $70, 38068 annuallyy
Appii.: iii:.".i- will be accepted online at
rlos ic -Ole'li r rsi myllo'rida com Siaie of
i.3rld.3 pphiicaliurin may be mailed to
.Il ,i -I, Florlna .r-ople Fir:.1 stafling
Aidmnsiilaon:,r, F'O B.x 4-4058,
Jacksonville, F'L'"2231 or faxed to
. 04636.-:'2627 by 11/9/06, EEO'AAIVP



Experienced HVAC/R service technicians
with a mrninimunm of 5 yis experience.
starting waae:. S.4.i6,'hr. Ca;I 850-584.
3626
8/23tfnAR

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WOW!! priced at $27,500 we. have 2
mobile homes on 2 city lots(210x132) with
.2 power poles and 2 epic w ith ci-'water,
pretty corner lot with fruit trees and more.
For additional info. Call Professional
Realty of Perry (850)584-5844
11/3-11/8'

Land For Sale By Owner
Ocala National Forest Lots
$500 down $1,99 month"
Owner 352-239-5520 or 352-236-4579
www.ocalaforestland,com/2nd
10/13-12/6

1 acre cleared off Spring Warrior asking
$32,000. Call 223-2627 or.838-0851.,
10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 10/27, 11/3
:?_eauilui city lot with plenty of shade
zoned for mobile, homes fenced near
downtown and shopping areas. Call
Professional Realty of Perry (850)584-5844
11/3-11/8
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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'98' Honda Civic 6 CD charger/sunroof, '
cold A/C, 5 spd, good gas mileage. $2,500
080 Call 850-843-8224 or 843-1873
11/3-11/8

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 Master.rafth tre
mounted on GM rm S30 Call 843-2418
10/20BG

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






NEED CASH?
GOT JUNK?
GCT JUNK CARS TRUCK7
S I U'i SCRAP METALS"
850-838-JUNK (5865) .; .
/28-1/03tate Certfied Scales
7/28-1/03 ; ., -. ..

Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars trucks,
tractors eic Wanted Isuzu and Toyota
..trucks for expon 386-688-3999
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S J.,'s Tree Service and Lawn
Licensed and insured. Free estima
also grind slumps. Call today 831
Firewood for sale.
S tfJD

A 2 Z Farm and Lawn Services
Harrowing, bush hog mowing. dirt I
rake work and complete lawn si
Tree trimming/ removal. dump
services. Call 584-6737


Need Help? Excellent care for you
16 years experience Reler
available Call 584-5165 Please
message and number Part time pre
11/1i-1/3

Home Cleaning & Lawn Care Se
Will clean your home or office va
: ust, seep & mop, bathrooms & e
cut lawns, shrubs vacuum leaves
your plants & deliver mulch. Call
or Terry 850-223-2477
11/3-12/27

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

TIMpOR WOLF TREE SevWICE,
Tree trimming 4 Tree Rer
James Harrell &Wayne Mort
26 years combined experience
Licensed & Insured,-
Line Clearance Certified.
Phone:.(850)962-9069 Cell: (850)2
10/13tf

CARPET & VINYL
Installation and repairs done ai a
price No overhead Direct savings
30 years experience 850-838
Please leave message
01/04tfnBR

Palm Trees Done Professionally! 2C
experience, stump grinding, tree trir
Licensed & Insured, Call John at 85
.0290

SMOM & POP
LAWN SERVICES,
(850)843-7579
9/ltf U

Clay Swindle ,LLC
All types Remodeling Carpenter, :
exterior & interior, Licensed & in
*experienced. Free estimates. Cal
223-1780 or 843-1941
10/20tfCS


Bush Hog Mowing, Dozer Work,
Work, Land Clearing Free Estimate
S(850) 843-2187
9/29-12/ 29


The Handyman experts LLC, honest
Affordable, professional, licensed
insured. Specializing in house pai
'interior, etc., mobile home repairs,
'maintenance, pressure washing (woc
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ce
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (hor
584-3776 (office). 25 years.
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TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET
CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours

584.CLEAN -


Swann

Bail

Bonds

Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
"Where Everyday Is Springtime"
107 N. 8 757
Jefferson St. 584 2757
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in the Cojnty Court Inird JudiciOa Circuir,
- in and for Taylor County. Florida
Case rIo 62 2006-CC 354 OOA-01
Southern Oaks PV Campground LLC
DBA Perry. KOA
Pro.nif t

: Care Barton Wheeler
tes. We Defendant.
B81280 Not,,:e aof Action
Notice is neeony given Thot a petition to
determine ownersnio of a motor vehicle
hos been filea and you are reauirea to
serve a copy of your writen objections.
ii any,. on SouThnern OaKs RV
evening, Campground LLC D/BtA Perry. KOA
services 3641 Hwy 19 Soutr. Peril, FL 32348 who
p truck is the Desitioner, on or Defore NovemDe .
S18. 2006. ana file the original witn the
clerk of tme court either before service
.oan mee Denrloneo. or immediately
S hereafter. otherwise. a default will be
r elder. entered for the relief demanded in the
rences pension Witness my hand and seal of
leave T'ns court on the 18th day of Oclfber.
erred 2006. or Taylor Counry Florida Clerk of.
the Circuir Court
By Salina F.or-
ODeury Cler .
irvices. 10/20 1027,11i/3,11/10
acuum,
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s, plant .
Brenda 'ti oce is hereby given to 'Jpseph M.-,,
Wilson unleS payment is made on 1987
Ford Thunderbird Virja
1FABP62F2HH220672 for towing service
on 9/22/2006 Vehicle will be ouc'ionea
on the 21st day of NovemDer. 2006 at
10 am o Tnomoas Cnevrolet 2128 Hwy V
19 S., Pery, FL ,


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In the Cir:u.i C u.rr i f ii'e in.rd JuGicial
Circuit of1 Tiiaao ir. ana lIr ToyO 'or
Courn,' i..nid.ra Cose No 00 628.DR .
Rpbin-Kec.cr.i' Fs',,ii.-,,er/. te
and ; .
George Keoclis, .,ResDcrnaer.,'. :
husband.
Notice Qf Suit 'c'
To: Ge-D ir|ie ,-:.crii .' ,.. '
1'3263 Cnamberlain A .enu '
L. argo, Flo-,.-3 3 2 -

Ge.- ge 9200 Colihee Lone
Por R.cMnea Lone 34668
Your oae ineaeb,, no.rierJ nar o eA RTinel
fCr Oaisoluion or mairaoge nas Dean eMeo
ogoan4. voV, ora you orereoaulred 1O
seroe a coDy of your onswert or f-ner
Dieoaongs 0o mne Desliioner 5 otroinev
Conroa3 C B.sr.op. tJr Post Office BOX
167 Perry,' lorido 32348, and hia t'e
og.noal answer or orDeo3ing in tme ofDfi e
of tre Cikrpl of trie ooore named CourT'
on or Defore me ,22ndo day f.
Decemoer 200b ... '. ':
If you fall to 0) 5so ludgmrerr Dy qef.f LO
wlIl be rToaer., gains you for me relief,
semonaeo in le oaetmnr'n
Wtr.ess m,' nori ono otticl i seal nis 2d
do,' of Oc'obe-r 2006
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In nme Countr Court In.ra Judlcil Circuit,'.
in ond for Taylor County' FlorIoo
Case No 62 2006 CC 36,1OIA 01
James P Hartley
Plaintiff
vs
Ricno lo Hearn
Defendant
Sotice of Action
Novice.IE nereoy gioen rhot a oetition to
cerermine ownership of a motor vehicle
nas oeen filed and you are required to
serve a copy of your wrilen oblecrion;
If any. on Jamei P HOrtley 2056 I jSomn
PoOpel R0, Perry FL 323.7 who .i5 me
pDeitioner. on or Doeore rjNoemDer 26.
2006. and file hre original witn the .clerk
of the court either before service on me
petitioner or immedilael'y hereotier
, otherwise. a default will be entered for
tne relief demonaoe in the petition
Witness my hand ond seal of this Courn
on rne 25th doay or October. 2006 ao
Taylor County. Flolido Clerk o' mhe
Circuit Court
By: Salina Ford
. Deputy Clerk
11/3, 11/10, 11/17, 11/24 .


0o0 Driver The FIS is higher here! Zero down leae/low
pm.v,ees St II A .'S 2 jiuij Productivity; Bonus 2,600
.'inuil Bonu. Boas P,.. pyrvvidlf :PFE8003)5$69r9294.

DRIVER: YOU WANT IT, WE HAVE IT! Solo. teams,
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On Monday, Taylor County Commissioners will vote on whether to sacrifice your family's health
to bring a highly polluting coal burning power plant to Perry.

Please attend the public hearing at 6 PM Monday in the County Administrative Complex, 201 E. Green Street, across from the Court House.

Surrounding counties want no part of a coal plant which pollutes air, water, and forests for the next 50 years.
That's why Madison and Wakulla counties have passed strong resolutions opposing it.
--Tei years ago, Leon County voters passed a referendum against coal power plants in Leon and adjacent counties.

Citzeos Denied a Voice Taylor County Commissioners have repeatedly denied citizens the right to vote on this proposed coal fired power
plant, a proposal which will affect your family's health for generations.


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A coal burning power plant will cause enormous,health problems. That's why the Florida Medical Association, the Capital
Medical Society and the Duval County Mledical Society passed resolutions which state:

"Coal-burning power plants emit significant quantities of mercury, a potent toxin that attacks the human ner ous system;
nitrogen and sulfur oxides that produce smog: particulates that are especially dangerous to children and the elderly;
and carbon dioxide that is linked to global warming.


Air pollution increases both asthma attacks and deaths due to heart and lung disease,
S. with considerable financial and human costs to Floridians; and each year in Florida,
S.. pollution from power plants triggers an estimated 28,000 asthma attacks and .
-" .'.." 2,100 heart attacks while causing 180 deaths in individuals with lung cancer.

-Fis3nHIi t Ii-;--Agcording to the Florida Department of Health, we already have mercury warnings for fish in every waterway in Florida.
Ep re.ty -.tcry can cause attention and language deficits, impaired memory, and impaired visual and motor function in children.

St el'. j rty coal would arrive daily in a train that stretches over a mile long. Last year, St. Lucie County voted against coal
;- ... "' plant. The local sheriff opposed it solely due to safety concerns about the trains.

SMo: : -" oral Issue- 28 religious leaders in Tallahassee felt the moral obligation to speak out saying:
.."Although our faith traditions differ in important ways, they have in common the mandate to seek the
: welfare of our neighbors and the.proper stewardship of God's creation. As people of faith, we hale
.. concluded that participation in the Taylor County Energy Center is neither wise nor right."

S ., Coal is Dirty There is no such thing as a clean coal burning power plant.

.re A yailable-and. Affordable Cleaner energy options, such as increasing efficiency, conservation, and developing
.r ir-isuch as solar power are available. Developing clean energy could create jobs for Taylor County without the pollution.

S. Other Options: On October 3, 2005, our County Commission wisely passed this Resolution:

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Counh Commissioners of Taylor County Florida inform JEA
that if a coal generated power plant is to be located in Taylor County, that JEA request funding from the
U.S. Department of Energy for this plant so that it will be built using only the very latest and cleanest
technology available, such as.the coal gasification process."


Neither JEA nor TEC requested funding from the Department of Energy. as required by that Resolution.


Instead of using the latest, cleanest process, coal gasification, which produces:
86% less smog forming gases (NOx)
90% less acid rain gases (S02)
49% less soot or fine particulate (PM10)
65% less brain damaging mercury (Hg)
90% less global warming gases (C02),
TEC plans to use .1950's and 60's processes because they are cheaper with no regard to the impacts.


,Why allow TEC and JEA to build a power plant in Taylor County no other county wants?


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. Wear Blue to the November 6th Hearing and

Sur Commissioners NOT to sacrifice our children's health.


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Community


c-1 Perry News-Herald November 3-4, 20o0


ge ook weaves story about Southern

turnerS I tradition, family and endearing pranks


By POLLY WALLER
"Run With the Horsemen" by
Ferrol Sams is a semi-
autobiographical novel set in rural
Georgia during the 1930s. Yet, the
atmosphere Mr. Sams creates in
the story is. so' charming and
familiar, it could have very well
been set in Salem, Shady Grove,
Foley or any other small burg
around here. It's rich in Southern
tradition, family, and the endearing
practice of continuously playing
mischievous pranks on one's loved
ones.
The first in a trilogy of novels
that mirror the author's own life,
"Run With the Horsemen" is


written in the third person (which I
much prefer over the first person).
The main character is simply
called "the boy," or when being
referred to by teachers or family,
Porter Osbourne.
The boy is a handful. To quote
his Father, "He's not a bad boy. He
minds well. I just can't think of
enough things to tell him not to
do."
Porter is a member of a large
extended family, many of them in
residence on the family farm.
Shenanigans are plentiful and it's a
good idea, whether you are an old
uncle or a stubborn mule, not to
cross the boy. His hijinks are the


work pf a mastermind. If you think
there could never be anything
humorous about a mule with
flatulence plus a match and a
cotton field, then this is not the
book for you.
The world is not all fun and
games for the boy. He takes school
seriously and is driven to excel.
Being small in stature, sports are
not his strong suit, but declamation
is and his speeches are impressive.
However, young Porter finds the
academic hurdles more easily
conquered than the personal ones.
He is frustrated by the unfairness
in the world and often fights a
losing battle against injustice.


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"Run With the Horsemen"
succeeds at much more than
recounting Porter's coming of age.
It takes us back to a time that is
remembered fondly by many. A
time when lunch was called
"dinner" and kids swam in "holes"
instead of "pools." A time when
undergarments were made of flour
sacks and shoes were a luxury
during the summer. Add this
nostalgic fodder to Mr. Sams'


sense of humor and graceful style
and you've .got not only a story full
of. reminiscent bliss and side
splitting fun, you've got a book that
will be remembered for a lifetime.
Porter's story is continued in the
sequel, "The Whisper, of the
River," his adventures at
Willingham University, a Bible
college in Macon. The last book in
the trilogy, "When All the World
Was Young," begins during World


War II, with Pfc. Osborne working
as a surgical technician for the
army during the invasion of
Normandy, France.
Ferrol Sams is a physician living
in Fayetteville, Ga. He wrote his
first novel at age 58 and has
published an additional six books
since the first printing of "Run
With the Horsemen" in 1984.
. He has since retired from
writing.


Veterans and their spouses, as well as spouses of
'deceased veterans, are invited to the annual









11:00 a.m. Veterans Day Ceremony
Taylor County High School

1:00 p.m. RSVP Luncheon
SForest Capital Hall,

The event is hosted by Joe P. Burns Funeral Home,
Martin Electronics, Timberland Ford, Steel Workers'
Union, Smurfit Stone Container, Goodman's, Covenant
Hospice and Board of County Commissioners.


A slide show honoring our veterans will be presented.
^^ ^ v To provide a picture or to RSVP, please contact
I- ^ Rhonda Smith by Monday, Nov. 6, at 838-3500, ext. 8


Being a good neighbor has always been our goal. That means making responsible decisions, like choosing
the technology that's best for our new power plant and for you. .
We looked closely at every option. We even considered a newly developing technology called Integrated
Gasification Combined Cycle. Ultimately, we chose an advanced, proven technology called Supercritical
Pulverized Coal. This is the best choice because it:

achieves very low emissions
has been proven to operate reliably
is more cost-effective

Since we plan to be your neighbor for many years to come, we're working hard to make responsible decisions
in the community today.

For more information, call 223-2700, e-mail info@taylorenergycenter.org,
or visit www.taylorenergycenter.org.


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Entertainment


C-2 Perry News-Herald November3-4,2006


- AAU I r k
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In November



Santa Claus and James



Bond await at the movies


Since starting this column, I've come to realize
(although it's not a big surprise), that most people do
not follow movies as much as I do and probably don't
know about all of the movies-released each week.
Last month I wrote a quick preview of four films I
was looking forward to seeing. This time around, I felt
I should expand on that and try to include a short
preview for as many of the movies opening this month
as I could. Having not seen any of the movies, I cannot
say for sure if they are good or bad, but I can give you,-
a short description as well as little background on the
people behind them to hopefully give you a better idea
of what is out there.
Without a clear box office juggernaut this fall like a
"Harry Potter" or "Lord of the Rings," the film studios
appear to be throwing a hodgepodge of films for
moviegoers this month.
After recording one of the better October box offices
in recent memory, the movies for November include a
few Oscar hopefuls, some children-friendly fare and
the usual romantic comedies and horror flicks.
Tim Allen returns to the big red suit this weekend in
"The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause" as he tries
to protect Christmas from being taken over by Jack
Frost, played by Martin Short. Before we go on, I have
a confession to make: I really liked the first Santa
Clause movie and enjoyed the second one although the
ending felt forced. That being said, however, the third
film is a mixed bag of good news, bad news.
Good news: With one notable exception, the cast
from the first two films returns. Bad news: That
exception is Santa's right-hand elf Bernard, played by
David Krumholtz, who is now busy playing math
- genius Charlie Eppes on NBC's "Numb3rs." Bernard
was one of the best characters in the first two films.
Good news: Michael Lembeck, director for the
second film, as well as the screenwriters, are also back.
Bad news: The second film wasn't as good as the first
film.
.Good news: Martin Short is the movie. Bad news:
Martin Short is in the movie.
"The Santa Clause 3" is the first holiday film of the
season and should do pretty well at the box office,
especially the .closer it gets to Thanksgiving.
Also opening this weekend (including here in Perry)
is "Flushed Away," the latest in a very long line of
animated animal movies released this year. Distributed
by Dreamworks, "Flushed Away" is the first CGI
cartoon for Aardman Animations, the studio
responsible for "Wallace and Grommit." Roddy, a rat
living a posh existence and voiced by Hugh Jackman,
is flushed down the toilet and into the sewers of
London. The story could be good--Wallace and
Grommit is a enjoyable show--but moviegoers could
be turned off from an overexposure of scatological
humor (What am I supposed to think with the whole
thing taking place in a sewer?) as well as British wit.
If'anything comes out of this year's animal-laden
animated lineup, I hope the animation studios realize
that the recent demise of 2D animation in American
theatrical cartoons may have been premature. It's the
story that holds a movie together, not the medium.
Next week kicks off with "Stranger than Fiction,"
a comedy starring Will Ferrell as an IRS auditor who
finds his life being narrated by a voice only he can hear
but seems to be affecting everything around him.
Ferrell is a real hit-or-miss actor for me, but I really
like the premise of "Stranger than Fiction." A similar
film, "The Truman Show," was a real break-out role for
Jim Carrey and it will be interesting to see if Ferrell is
up to the challenge. It helps that director Marc Forster
was also behind one of my favorite movies of 2004,
"Finding Neverland."
Next week will also see "Gladiator" director Ridley
Scott and actor Russell Crowe team up again in an
attempt to save the latter's image following his cell-
phone-throwing temper tantrum that haunted him most
of 2005.
In "A Good Year," Crowe plays Freddie Highmore,
a fast-paced broker who inherits a vineyard in
Provence. The plot is nothing new: city-slicker goes to
the country, finds the slow life boring, insults the girl
he will eventually fall in love with only to give up his


job in the end to be with the girl (The columniist does
not accept responsibility for any originality on the.,
screen writers' part resulting in inaccuracies in the
preceding plot description.). Polling a few female
moviegoers I know, I can say Crowe is still a hot
commodity in the actors' market and many will
probably go see this film for the scenery (of course I'm
talking about the vineyard).
Nov. 17 will see possibly the most controversial film
of 2006. No, it does not have anything to do with
politics. No, I'm talking about "Casino Royale," the
latest James Bond film and the first to star Daniel
Craig. After a long and rocky search for a replacement
for Pierce Bronsnan that seemed more like an episode
of "American Idol" than a casting call, studio execs
finally settled on Craig. "Casino Royale," unlike many
of the recent Bond films, is actually based on an novel
by author Ian Flemming, who created the Bond
character. The movie rights to the book were sold
before Bond became the phenomenon he later went on
to be and was turned into a parody film in 1967.
In the 2006 version', the film follows Bond's first
mission, during which he must stop a banker from
winning a casino tournament and using the prize
money to fund terrorist activities. The trailers look
good, but only time will tell if fans will accept the
"new" Bond.
Also opening Nov. 17 is "Happy Feet," yet another'
animated animal movie, this time starring Robin
Williams as an emperor penguin who cannot sing and
therefore has to tap dance his way to a mate. An
obvious homage to last year's high successful
documentary, "March of the Penguins," "Happy Feet"
has a huge cast, including the late Crocodile Hunter
'Steve '-Iim: The tn,".'ie o ne ''of (hbse thatfkids'wiil'
probably eat up but will bore the parents to tears. On
. the other hand, Williams can appeal to all ages,
depending on the material he has to work with. One
boon for the film is the "Harry Potter and the Order of
the Phoenix" trailer is set to debut in front of it. Of
course I'm not one of those people who will go see a
movie just to see a trailer in front of it... of course not.
Finally, we have Thanksgiving week, with movies
opening on Wednesday instead of Friday. With most of
the family-friendly fare already in theatres by this
time, two movies are left to grab the rest moviegoers.
"Deja Vu," starring Denzel Washington and directed
by Tony Scott (competing for the box office this month
with his brother), tells the story of an ATF agent that
goes back in time to stop crimes; at least that's what I
think it's about. The trailers. are being deliberately
vague on the actual plot of the movie, which with a
film like this one, is a good thing. "Deja Vu" has the
feel of a summer action movie only the temperature
outside the theater is too cold. With Jerry Bruckheimer
in the producer's chair, you can be sure there will be
plenty of explosions and high-paced action. With a
interesting plot device, good actors, good director and
good producer, "Deja Vu" is just the type of counter-
programming that could do well this time of year.
Also opening Turkey Week is "The Fountain," the
latest film by director Darren Aronofsky, responsible
for the little known, but critically acclaimed films "Pi"
and "Requiem for a Dream."
"The Fountain" is a science-fiction (sort of) tale of a
1500s conquistador in search of the Fountain of Youth.
Seeing as the movie takes place over a 1,000 year
period, we can assume he found it. Starring Hugh
Jackman as the conquistador and Rachel Weisz as the
love he is trying to save, "The Fountain" was met with'
a very mixed response when it debuted earlier this year
at the Venice Film Festival. Three stories play out
during the movie, taking place in the years 1500, 2000
and 2500. Personally, of all the films opening this
month, I'm looking forward to this one the most.
Jackman, especially after his recent appearance in
"The Prestige" is quickly becoming a favorite actor of
mine and the premise intrigues me greatly.
Only time and the price of a ticket will determine for
sure which movies this month will be winners and
which will be losers, but hopefully now you have you
a better idea of what's out there.
Enjoy!


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North Florida Fair
The 65th annual North Florida Fair is underway in Tallahassee and will run through Sunday,
Nov. 12. This year's theme is "Something to Crow About." The fair, which is located at the
North Florida Fairgrounds, will feature livestock showmanship contests as well as the "Wild
World of Animals" and Marcan Tiger Show. The Miss North Florida Fair Beauty Pageant will
be held Saturday, Nov. 4, at 2 p.m. Above, the annual carnival will delight visitors. For more
information, call (850) 878-FAIR or visit www.northfloridafair.com.

Tallahasse Little Theatre will peform

Wilde's 'Earnest'; Perry native directs


Two couples. One handbag. But-
where is Earnest?
Experience the coTmedy that has
been delighting and amusing
audiences for more than a century.
In "The Importance of Being
Earnest," Oscar Wilde applies his
characteristically subtle wit to
satirize the British aristocracy and
its universally human foibles in
this "comedy of manners."
Audiences the world over agree,
it remains a delightfully
entertaining masterpiece. Mistaken
identities abound in this
deceptively simply plot as the
whimsical characters befuddle one
another with epigrams and


sparkling dialogue.
An of course, we learn what's
really in a name and how destiny
can be shaped by a handbag.
The play is directed by Peggy
West, daughter of Margaiet and
Erdman West of Perry and a


graduate of Taylor County High
.School.
: "The Importance of Being
Earnest" is showing at the
Tjllahassee Little Theatre Nov. 9-
19.
For tickets, call 850-224-8474.


Alan Jackson arrives tonight


Country music star Alan Jackson
will perform tonight, Nov. 3, at 8
p.m. at the Tallahassee-Leon
County Civic Center.
The concert is sponsored by the
Seminoles Boosters to fund


Ensemble to play Friday

The 19th annual Live! At Dowling Park Artist Series at Advent -
Christian Village (ACV) will feature the performance of Dr. Stephen
Robinson and the Stetson University Guitar Ensemble on Friday, Nov. 10,
at 7 p.m. in The Village Church.
For additional information about this performance, please call Dick
Grillo at (386) 658-5291.


scholarships for Florida State
University students., Also
appearing with Jackson will be
special guest Little Big Town.
Jackson has been nominated for
the 40th annual Country Music
Association Awards in two
categories.
Countr'i group. "Lile..Big
Toy ii' v. -s recenil] nonuri -diid or
two CMA Awards. Their CD, "The
Road to Here," includes three hit
singles.
For more information, visit the
civic center, website at
www.tlccc.org.


UegiCndl Events


Friday, Nov. 10
Advent Christian Village Artist Series
Stetson University
Guitar Ensemble
The Village Church, Dowling Park
(386) 658-5400 artistseries.acvillage.net

Sunday, Nov. 19
Tallahassee Community Chorus
"Judas Maccabaeus"
by Handel
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
850-644-6500 or 800-757-2146

Tuesday, 9Nov. 28
Tallahassee Community Chorus
Seasonal Concert
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
850-644-6500 or 800-757-2146

Tuesday, Dec. 7
Big Bend Community Orchestra
Handel Messiah Sing-Along
Tallahassee Music Guild
Faith Presbyterian Church
www.bbco.org


Saturday, Dec. 16
Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra
Holiday Magic!
A Musical Celebration of the Season
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
(850) 224-0461 www.tsolive.org
Cultural
Thursday, Nov. 30
NFCC Artist Series
Dance Alive presents "The Nutcracker"
The classic holiday ballet.
(850) 973-1653 www.nfcc.edij

friday, Dec. 1
Advent Christian Village Artist Sedies
'The Nutty Cracker": a lighthearted
selection of music from the "Nutcracker"
The Village Church, Dowling Park
(386) 658-5400 artistseries.acvillage.net

December 8 10
The Tallahassee Ballet
"The Nutcracker"
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
850-224-6917 www.tallaballet.com


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

November 10 19.
Young Actors Theatre
Meredith Willson's
'The Music Man"
www.youngactorstheatre.com
(850) 386-6602

!Nov. 30 Dec. 1
Tallahassee Broadway Series
Mel Brooks'
"The Producers"
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
800-322-3602 www.tlccc.org

Tuesday, Dec. 12
Tallahassee Broadway Series
"Wonderful Town"
Two sisters take on New York.
Tallahasse/Leon County Civic Center
800-322-3602 www.tlccc.org


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