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to pass


$50 bills

Secret Service has
been notified of case.
A man who used his computer
) and scanner to print counterfeit
money has been arrested after,
video evidence showed him
passing a fake $50 bill at a local
According to an arrest affidavit
issued by Taylor County Sheriffs
Office Dep. Brian Cruse, the
subject, Linson Lavern Williams,
39, went into WACO #2
(Pepperheads) last Friday 'night,
during the midnight shift and
bought several items, paying for
them with a counterfeit $50 bill.
While there, he also signed
someone else's name when he
charged fuel to the company he
works for, according to Cruse.
The next morning, when the
store manager was counting the
night shift's money, she said she
immediately noticed that the bill
was fake and called the Taylor
County Sheriffs Office.
She and Cruse viewed the
security video and they positively
identified Williams as the person
passing the "funny money."
When Linson was confronted,
he agreed to let officers search his
While there, a computer was
discovered that "he admitted that
he used for copying currency,"
said Cruse. "He said that he
printed around 10, fifty dollar bills
and that he was in the process of
copying $20 bills.
".During the search of his home,
I located several bags of cocaine
and numerous pipes which
Williams admitted were used for
smoking crack cocaine," Cruse
said. "A small amount of
marijuana was also found in
several containers.
"Williams stated that all of the
items found in his home were his.
He also admitted to making the
forged money to passes good bills
and said that he signed for fuel
under an incorrect name, knowing
that he should not have," Cruse
A spokesperson for TCSO said
an active investigation is currently
underway on this case as other
counterfeit bills have been
showing up at other places of
business here.
,* Please see page 3

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From ethics complaints

Can count'

I Are the recent ethics complaints "There's a
filed against commissioners and didn't like
others preventing local residents Bethea said
from volunteering to serve on "There's a
boards appointed by the county charges out the
commission? resignations (
That's the question can't afford th:
Commissioner Clay Bethea posed Bethea
to his fellow commissioners commission
Tuesday night, citing two recent which it inde
resignations from the Taylor appoint on bo
County Planning Board. fees that they
Planning board member Bryan put themselves:
Bethea submitted his resignation "People tak
Jan. 17. Commissioners were told volunteer, the
Tuesday that board member Kevin
Guenther has resigned as well. "* Plea

Council uph
3 The Perry City Council upheld help the comr
City Manager Bob Brown's veto of a non-profitg
nearly $10,000 in decorative lights that, you have
at Veterans Memorial Park and
directed that all current
construction efforts underway be
completed before any additions
were requested for the project.
Council members faced a
capacity crowd of veterans and
park supporters Tuesday night and
sought to correct what Mayor
Emily Ketring termed as
"misunderstandings" regarding the
She opened the discussion by
expressing the council's
appreciation for "the time and
effort" volunteers have put into the
planning, construction and fund-
raising efforts for the park.
Ketring then sought to clarify
the issue of hgliugin at the park.
"In our park ordinance, nowhere
does it say state that lights are not
.allowed (to be turned on) at night.
The council's stance is that the city t h e
will make sure that there is park--you co
adequate lighting for security and control the fi
on the flag poles. That is not in complete sov
question and I think we both agree would be in a|
in those areas," she said, the funds we
addressing both the audience and lights and wa
members of the Veterans Memorial have total say-
Park Committee. However, C
"The city attorney has offered to Pam Feagle sa

Coastal grouf

The Taylor County, Coastal agreement sti
Committee, tasked by the will receive fo
commission to examine the parking for the
various resources along the Ramp and 30
county's coast, presented a position annex in addit
paper Tuesday night supporting the deeding over
$700 million Magnolia Bay associated pa
Marina and Resort project. the project.
The commission entered into a The develop
development agreement in October ire of a number
with the project. Part of the who have st

Police say this house, located at the come
' addicts and prostitutes alike. The City of Pel
to clean it up or face legal action as part of a
until Jan. 31 to comply.

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group of people that
certain decisions,"
Tuesday night.
number of ethics
ere and you have two
of people saying 'I
suggested the
adopt a policy in
mnifies "people we
)ards from any legal
themselves did not
s in.
ke their time, they
y serve. As, long as
ase see page 3

Three members of the Taylor County Planning Board have resigned in the past two months.
Erdman West (shown above, center) resigned in December. Bryan Bethea (right) announced
his resignation Jan. 17. County commissioners were told during their meeting Tuesday night
that Kevin Guethner has resigned as well.

iolds veto, wants park finished

mittee set itself up as
group and if you did
complete control of

interested in becoming a non-profit
.organization and overseeing the
park once it is completed.

given the committee the land for
the park, "you gave us permission
to construct the park there...the

still belongs to
uld the city."
funds and have- Feagle said that any plans
ereignty. I think we by the city to withhold dollars from
agreement to give you Once the park fund for use in
had budgeted for the park is complete, maintenance costs would be
water, and you would then it is up the city to maintain it," "morally and ethically wrong.
-so," she said. she said. Everyone who gave money to the
committeee Chairman She also noted that although park, donated it for construction
id her group was not Brown had stated that the city had costs only--not for upkeep."

She also challenged the city
staffs assessment that the current
lights at the park were adequate for
"I don't believe you understand
the significance to the park. You
need to be there to see the weeping
widow woman, with her hand on
her husband's name or see the"
veteran standing at the memorial
wall and crying. We ask that you
reconsider your current position
and allow us to complete the park
as planned," Feagle said.
"We have already said that the
park would have (adequate) lights
and for you to say that I don't
understand what the park
means...when the park concept was
first brought to this council I was
for it and at that time I had a family
member serving in a foreign war. It
is not .an issue of. us not
understanding what Veterans
Memorial Park means. The city
has done a great deal to support the
park and we are going to maintain
it," Ketring said.
Councilman Doug Everett
reminded Feagle that the council
has the fiscal responsibility of
making a budget work for the city.
"You've been up here, Pam. You
know what it takes for us to make
,.* Please see page 8

3 takes 'pro' stand on Magnolia Bay

plates the county
)ur acres of land for
e Keaton Beach Boat
acres for a county
ion to the developer
the public ramp and
rking proposed for
pment has drawn the
r of coastal residents
ated the proposed

channel (which will cut through
the Big Bend Seagrasses Aquatic
Preserve) will. cause irreversible
damage to the coastal ecosystem.
"We put a lot of thought" and
effort into this," Coastal
Committee member Earle Greene
told commissioners Tuesday.
"We unanimously support this
position paper," he said.
"The Coastal Committee

gr of Dundee and Wilder streets, is used by crack
rry has sent a letter to the owners directing them
"no tolerance stand on drugs." The owners have

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initially discussed if the committee
should take a position on this
proposed development," the paper
"We concluded that this project
has impacts that make it clearly
within the charter of what our
committee should be addressing.
After much discussion, the
committee unanimously agreed
that this project as proposed is a

high priority coastal improvement
opportunity that deserves the
strong support of county
"From a coastal committee
perspective, this project has the
potential to greatly expand existing
public coastal access. This
proposed development is planning
,",* Please see page 3

declares house

'public nuisance' due

to drugs, hookers

Time is running out for the owners of a house on.Dundee Street, which
the City of Perry has declared a public nuisance, citing rampant drug
activity and prostitution on the premises.
Perry City Manager Bob Brown said a letter of intent was sent to the
owners in November, advising them to take immediate action to abate the
illegal activity there or legal action would be taken.
The owners have until Jan. 31, just five days away, to correct the
problems at 517 West Dundee Street.
The letter, penned by City Attorney Mike Smith, reads:
"This firm has been retained by the City of Perry, Florida, a municipality
organized and existing under the laws of the State of Florida for the
purpose of advising you that the real property...has been declared a public
nuisance, pursuant to Florida Statute 823.10, which reads in part, that,
'Any...dwelling house..., which is visited by persons for the purpose of
unlawfully using any substance controlled under Chapter 893, or any
drugs described in Chapter 499, or which is used for the illegal keeping,
selling or delivering of the same, shall be declared a public nuisance.'
"A search warrant executed at the above establishment resulted in the
seizure of controlled substance as defined in the above sections of Florida
"* Please see page 8

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A-2 Perry News-Herald January 26-27, 2007

Engine 103
An Aug. 12, 1933, stop in Perry is captured in this photo of the South Georgia Railroad's Engine 103. Originally built new
by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1910 for Laurensburg & Southern as Engine 654, the train was diverted to South Georgia &
West Coast Railroad as Engine 103. The engine was scrapped in 1955. (Photo courtesy Florida State Archives)

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Editor's Note: The following historical
recollection was first printed in a regional
historical quarterly magazine. During the
winter of 1870-71, a small party of men
came to the panhandle of Florida on an
extended hunting trip. The "company," as
they called themselves, consisted of 22-
year-old Richard D. Edmondson, his
uncle Robert Edmondson (about 45
years old), Robert's son, Joseph Jones
.Edmondson (about 22), George Dick
(age ?) and Capt. W.L. Brewster (about
40). Crossing the border into Florida in
mid-December, the company traveled
and hunted in Jackson, Washington and
Bay counties for about five weeks, then.
proceeded eastward through Marianna,
Quincy and Tallahassee to their ultimate
destination in the swampy pine woods of
southern Jefferson and Taylor counties.

January 27, 1972

Members of the Perry Jaycecs
were awarded. plaques at their

Jan. 25, Wednesday. We are
furnished with horses to ride and
go a-hunting with the two
Nickolsons. Only one cat is killed
and that by Mr. Archy Nickolson.
Uncle Robert E. and myself dine
with Mr. Antney Nickolson. W.
Brewster, George Dick and Jo
Edmondson dine with Mr, Archy
Nickolson. After 4 o'clock, Mr. R.
Edmondson and myself go deer
hunting but no game is jumped.
This country is very sandy
though the people whom we tary
with, make their own meat and
Jan. 26, Thursday. We have a
jug of molasses presented to us by
Mr. A. Nickolson, also a fine lot of
peanut candy by his daughters. We

give him two pieces of bear meat.
Then we travel toward Tallahassee
to the Ockalockany River,'8 miles.
Thence to Lake Jackson, 2 miles
where we arrive about 2 o'clock.
After dinner I go with little Willie
Roberts duck hunting. Kill two
ducks. Mr. George Dick stay at
camp. Uncle Robert W.
Brewster, Jo Edmondson and
Richardson go fishing, ketch 6
fish, trout and jack.
Jan. 27, Friday. Rained all night
last night, though we had our tent
set therefore slept very well. This
morning the weather is very
gloomy, thick clouds. Brewster, Jo,
Willy Roberts and myself go
ducking. Kill one mallard drake
and one squirrel. After dinner we

fish, two cats and one trout. Jo kill
3 snipes. The land is sandy; by
measuring, it produces from 10 to
15 bushels .of corn per acre. Mr.
Roberts owns a steam mill for
grinding corn. We camped on his
place and are treated kindly.
Jan. 28, Saturday. Take down
the tent and leave Mr.'Robert's;
travel' toward Tallahassee. Mr:
Roberts gives us a dog; part Scotch
Tarrier. To Tallahassee, 8 miles.
From here we travel east 6 miles,
camp at a pond on the left of the
road. Here is the best land we have
seen in the state. Most of the
farming lands are owned by the
Churses (Chaires).
(To be continued)

glance at the past
Mr -*- ^ ___ ^^_^ l o~L _-_

annual banquet, honoring them for
contributions to local community
Named "Solid Citizen of the
Year" was James C. "Jake" Bassett;
"Boss of the Year" was Tom
Moore; Tracy Pierce was given the
organization's "Distinguished
Service Award;" and Wayne Putnal
was named "Outstanding Law

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Enforcement Officer of the Year."

Law enforcement officials were
searching for a persons) who
broke into the Television Center
and made off with nearly $2,000
worth of the store's stock.
According to Bill Gardiner, one
of the partners in the business, the
intruders entered through a hole
which they chopped in the roof.
"From there on, it was easy for
them," he added. "They just
'dropped to the floor and left by the
door when they were finished."

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold L. Adkison
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Patricia Ann, to Donnie
Todd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
J. Todd.
Miss Adkison was employed
with the Florida Department of
Commerce in Tallahassee. Mr.
Todd was employed with Hicks
Gulf Service Station in Perry.

Miss Christine Susan Koch,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Koch, became the bride of Michael
Scott Bisbee, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter R. Russell, in the First
Presbyterian Church in Perry.
The Rev. Hunter Coleman
performed the impressive double-
ring ceremony.

Michael A. Denmark
Army Private First Class
Michael A. Denmark, 20, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Denmark of
Perry, completed eight weeks of

training as an Infantry Direct Fire
Crewman at Ft. Jackson, S.C.
He learned the techniques of fire
and tactics of a rifle squad,
patrolling, individual combat
operations, land mine combat
operations, land mine warfare,
land navigation, communications,
anti-tank warfare, and the firing
and maintenance of the 90mm and
106mm recoilless rifles.
Denmark was a 1969 graduate of
Taylor County High School.

Eight students from Perry made
the honor roll at Aucilla Christian
They were: Carolyn Agner, Bert
Close, Patricia Close, Craig
Hardin, Lea 'Hardin, Shannon
Stagg, Alice Sheffield and Allison

Christopher Michael Nola
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Nola
announced the birth of a son,
Christopher Michael, who weighed
8 pounds, 11 ounces.
He was the grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Nola and Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Roberts, all of Perry.

Tracy Nicole Williams
Tracy Nicole was the name Mr.
and Mrs. Gary Williams gave their
little girl, born on Jan. 17, at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital,
weighing 10 pounds, 10 1/2

James Russell Pruitt Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pruitt
announced the birth of a son,
James Russell Jr., on Jan. 11.
The new baby weighed 7
pounds, 14 ounces.

Long before the days of nursing homes and assisted
living, our older generations were an integral part of
our growing up years. Their wisdom was looked upon
with respect and curiosity. They taught us from their
life experiences and we were grateful. I know there
were times that I failed to listen and those were the
times I usually lived to regret my rebellion when the
older folks in my life were proven correct.
It seems that nowadays there is such a barrier
between the younger and older generations, and it
really saddens me to see children and teens that are
missing this important aspect of growing up. When I
was a child, I never looked at the older folks in my life
with disdain as you so often see today. They were
included in everything! When the family gathered it
was a patch-quilt of different ages that contributed to
the lively conversation. No one was left out from the
youngest to the oldest as the words flew around the
dinner table or across the front porch. It was the same
at church or on shopping trips to town as all ages met
up to visit. I'm sure this is where I was taught to love
the use of words and the pictures they created in my
mind as I was invited to participate in whatever
subject was being discussed at the time.
It would be impossible to name all the older people
who have contributed so much to my life, but as I've
said before, without a doubt my daddy was one of the
greatest contributors. I have heard that this particular
story exists in other family tales, but nevertheless it is
one of my favorites so I'll share it with you. My great
uncles and aunts lived mostly in Georgia, and
although they had died before I was born, I was
privileged to know them because daddy kept their
memories alive as he passed along stories about them.
One such story involved Uncle Bill Chester and his 'old
hound dog Blue. According to daddy it was a cold
Georgia winter and Uncle Chestei had rounded up the
yard chickens-and secured them in the chicken pen.
He began to notice 'that his chicken count was
dropping as fast as the temperature so he plotted a
way to catch the villain. But it seems the villain was
able to outsmart him for several nights until one
moon-lit night when Uncle Bill sat up instead of going
to bed. It paid off because around midnight Uncle Bill
heard a commotion in the chicken pen that alerted
him that the villain was on the prowl. Ever so slowly
Uncle Bill crept out the door, down the steps and
across the yard with his trusty shotgun, both barrels
fully loaded and cocked. Just as Uncle Bill had the
villain in his sight, the situation took a turn for the
worst. You see, like most older folks of his day Uncle
Bill wore a starched white nightshirt to bed and as he
crept forward the white glare of his nightshirt had.
woke Old Blue up from a dead sleep. Seeing it was
Uncle Bill, Blue decided to join him on his excursion,
so he was slowly bringing up the rear. As the wind
picked up the hem of Uncle Bill's nightshirt he spotted
the fox with one of his chickens in its mouth so he
stopped and leaned over to get a good shot. Uncle Bill
stopped but Old Blue didn't......Blue's cold nose made
contact with Uncle Bill right about where the wind had
raised the nightshirt to his waist and Uncle Bill
unloaded both barrels of the shotgun. When the
smoke cleared the fox was no where in sight and Uncle
Bill had blasted several chickens.
"Uncle Bill just sat on the cold ground and cried,"
said daddy. Then, like all good farmers of his day,
Uncle Bill cleaned up the damage, got dressed and by
daylight was. headed out to the fields for another
honest day of work. Daddy never did tell us if the fox
returned but one thing's for sure, if it did, I bet Uncle
Bill made sure that Blue was tied to a post before he
started across the yard in the cold dark of the night.
Another story that daddy told was about my Great
Aunt Laura. She lived in the backwoods of South
Georgia as well. It seems her house had the reputation
of being haunted. Daddy said it was a big old wooden-
frame house that sat up high off the ground. A porch
ran the length of the house and the entrance was a
wide hallway with rooms on both sides. The house sat
back among trees and Aunt Laura kept the yards
swept clean without a single blade of grass growing
anywhere. The "haunting" seemed to center around a
rocking chair that sat in the corner of the parlor near
the fireplace. Daddy said that ever so often, and with
no apparent reason, the rocking chair would break
into a rocking motion. This activity didn't seem to
bother Aunt Laura who had become accustomed to
the chair's behavior. Daddy said he didn't think
anyone had died there nor had any bad thing
happened that might have caused the haunting. So,
the family didn't make a big deal out of it--they just
accepted it for what it was and went on with living
their lives.
My brother Bobby said he can remember going to
Aunt Laura's house and that it was a little spooky but
he never saw the chair rocking. I don't think daddy
ever saw the chair rocking either but he loved Aunt
Laura so he didn't contradict her story. It was simply
a matter of respect for your elders and, of course,
daddy loved to tell the story so he wasn't about to
disagree with Aunt Laura.
And then there was Miss Hattle who lived at Jug
Island...but that's a story I'll tell another time! :
Delores L. Walker can be reached at

A-3 Perry News-Herald January 26-27, 2007

Against local officials

3 new complaints filed

Continued from page 1
:they are following what they know
and they have been told and they
still make mistakes, we should
indemnify them."
By indemnification, the
commission would assume the
costs of complaints filed against
appointed board members. Bethea
cited a case he witnessed at a
Florida Commission on Ethics
meeting in which an official from
another county followed advice
from his county attorney which
turned out to be incorrect. The
official ultimately lost his case,
Bethea said.
"What I'm asking for is that we
write an ordinance because we're
going to have a lot more of these
things," Bethea said. "The county
is changing and we're not talking
about paving a quarter mile of road
here, we're talking about 8,000
acres out here. Whenever

something's not done and people
get upset, they utilize whatever
means, whatever they feel is
necessary," he said.
"I am very concerned about
getting the people to serve on these
boards, and I think people are
looking at that thing.
"I wouldn't volunteer my time
right now to serve on some of these
boards," Bethea said. .
County Attorney Conrad Bishop
said he would have to do research
to see if the commission has the
ability to offer indemnification.
The commission agreed by
consensus to have Bishop research
the issue and bring his findings
back to the board.
In October a pair of ethics
complaints filed were against
Bethea and then Commissioner
Daryll Gunter by William Rick
Causey, who in July qualified to
become a member of the Taylor
Soil and Water Conservation
District Board of Supervisors.

Causey officially took office on
Jan. 2.
The charges, which stemmed
from a forum held by the
developers of the Magnolia Bay
Marina project in September, were
dismissed by the Florida
Commission on Ethics citing a
lack of "legal sufficiency."
Two other complaints filed by
Causey against Perry/Taylor
County Executive Director Dawn
Taylor and Taylor County
Development Authority Director
Rick Breer were dismissed
as well.
The Perry News-Herald has
confirmed that three additional
ethics complaints have been filed
against local officials, but it is not
known who filed the complaints or
who they target due to the
confidential nature of ethics
complaints. It is not known
whether these complaints have any
connection to ,the resignations
from the planning board.

Center court
The Taylor County Elementary School (third grade) Dribble Team, shown above, and the
school's dance team, will perform at half-time in the Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
during the Florida State University's men's basketball game Tuesday, Feb. 13. The
performance will begin at 8 p.m. Shown above are: back row, from left, Clayton Schmidt, Ken
Smith, Joseph McEleen, Miguel Martin, Jamaal Hankerson, Noah Blanco, Taylor Gregory,
Coach Anna Morgan, Artkevious Nelson, Tryston Sloane and Austin Smyrnios. Middle row, JC
Parker, Justin Cruse, Jeremy Ellis, Zorriah Brown, Slade Hendry, Ross Brenner and Shane
Cruse. Front row, Darneshia Elder, Hayden Lilliott, Keera Washington, Wyatt Moore, Brody
Smith, Wyatt Russell and Greyson Hicks. Not shown is Cole Wentworth.

Beach resident questions committee's 'special interests'

Continued from page 1
to address at no cost to the county
the serious deficiency in 'public
access to our coast by providing a
new public use deep water
channel, a multi-lane public boat
ramp, a large multi-acre public
parking area and a full service
marina open to the public at a
convenient access point to most of
the citizens in the county.
"The potential short term and
long term benefits of these
improvements cannot be
understated. With only one reliable
deep water channel at the south

Suspect also

faces drug


Continued from page 1

Williams was arrested and
placed in the county jail with no
bond issued. He was charged with
uttering a forged bill, possession
of instruments for forging bills,
cheating, forgery, possession of
cocaine, possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis, possession of
drug paraphernalia, uttering a
counterfeit bill and possession of
counterfeit bills.
All charges are felonies, with
the exception of the cannabis and
According to TCSO Cpt. Audie
Towles, the United States Secret
Service, which handles counterfeit
money issues, has been contacted.

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end of the county and one other
mid-level access channel at Keaton
Beach, a new deep water channel
in the middle of the Taylor County
coast with a large public
ramp/parking facility will be a
tremendous step in the right
direction to ensure much needed
public access for both the short
term and long term. The potential
to get this improvement at no cost
to the county makes this all the
more attractive. Opportunities like
this don't come along very often."
The committee addressed the
environmental concerns, stating
that with a proactive approach they
could be minimized.
"The most perceptible concern is
the destruction of sea grass," the
paper says. "The majority of the
damage to our sea grass will occur
through dredging of a channel and
the careless operation of motor
vessels wighinp, w grasylpts,
The committee studied these
concerns, and we feel 'that the
dredging of a navigable channel
will produce as much a benefit to
the shallow sea grass as it would be
a detriment. At present, shallow
water boaters consistently run
aground and create prop damage in

our shallow water sea grass.
"We believe with a well-marked
and maintained channel, these
same boaters would be less likely.
to run aground or operate across
shallow flats, creating damage.
They would be much more likely
to utilize a marked channel. In
addition, the sea grass that would
be removed in the dredging of the
channel would be replanted in
other nearby damaged areas. We
believe the net gain of protected
sea grass would outweigh the net
The committee also sites the
largest percentage of the county's
coast owned by the state.
"The committee believes that
opportunities for developments
such as this on our coast are very
limited due to the vast amount of
land that is owned by the state for
preservation purposes and this is a
de,vyopment o0n ,one ,,of those
limited areas 'that plans to 'do it
"The economic benefit of this
development would be a stable
long-term' contributor that could
take the place of other significant
current contributors that may not
be around forever.


"We believe the Magnolia Bay
development is a one-of-a-kind
opportunity for the county that we
cannot afford to pass up."
Commission Chairman Malcolm
Page thanked Greene and the
committee for presenting the
"I think this (Magnolia Bay) is
something we can live with in
Taylor County," Page said.
"I agree that this a good project,"
Commissioner Pat Patterson said.
Greene suggested the
commission pass resolutions of
support for the project as it
proceeds through the permitting
"Why do we have an advisory
committee politicizing a project?"
Beach resident George Stamos
asked. "And that's exactly what
they're doing.
"I really am concerned about the

committee as it was formed,"
Stamos said. "I live at the beach.
Every one of the individuals on
that committee has a special

Inductees will be

honored Monday
A reception will be held for the
inductees into the Taylor County
Educators Hall of Fame on
Monday, Jan. 29, from 3:30 to 5
p.m. in the board room at the
administrative, complex. All
family and school friends of the
honorees are cordially invited to
attend Those being honored are
Carolyn Demps, (the late) Dean
Mann and Verna Mae Woodfaulk.
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A-4 Perry News-Herald January 26-27, 2007

In Birmingham

Brett, Rhea exchange wedding vows

Lauren Royce Brett and Robert
Barry Rhea exchanged wedding
vows in a 4 p.m. ceremony on Dec.
30, 2006, in Clearwater
Community Church in
Birmingham, Ala. The Rev. Chris
Harris officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Gary A. Brett of Perry.
Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Robert D. Poole of Perry, Dot Brett
of Cartersville, Ga., and the late
Fred Brett.
The groom is the son of Dr. and
Mrs. Charles S. Rhea of
Columbus, Miss. His
grandparents are Robert I. Taylor
of Columbus, the late Lottie M.
Taylor, Mrs. Virginia I. Rhea, also

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of Columbus, and the late Charles
S. Rhea.
The bride was attended by her
sister, Amy Caroline Brett of
Perry, maid of honor, and Charley
Carroll Rhea, daughter of the
Best man for the ceremony was
the groom's father, Dr. Charles S.
After the candlelight ceremony
and reception which followed, the
couple left for a honeymoon tripto
Gatlinburg, Tenn.
They now reside in
Birmingham where the groom is
employed with Phoenix Wealth
Management, and the bride is a
student at Samford University.

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First Baptist Church of Perry

Annual Women's Conference

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Guest Speaker Diane Tuttle
of First Baptist Church, Woodstock, Ga.

Diane is a graduate of CLASS (Christian Leaders,
Authors, and Speakers Seminar, and is Director of
Wild Women of God conferences for Dr. Lori Salierno.

Registration forms & information are available
from the church office 584-7066.
Registration fee of $20 includes snack and lunch.
(Deadline for registration is Feb. 2.)

Childcare available for children under 12

102 N. Center St.

Runners, walkers and cookie
lovers, the wait is over!
Mark your calendars for
Saturday, Feb. 10, when the Girl
Scout Council of the Apalachee
Bend, Inc., will sponsor its 15th
Annual Run for the Cookies 5K
and One-Mile Run/Walk,
coinciding with the arrival of Girl
Scout cookies in the council's
service area.
Though cookies will arrive in
Perry soon thereafter, all Taylor
County residents are invited to
participate in this kick-off
promotion which steps off in
The one-mile walk/run and the
5K run get underway early that
Saturday, beginning at 8:45 a.m. at
the TAC-certified course at
Tallahassee Community College.
Registration for the 5K run is

open to men and women between
the ages of 15-75.
Early registration ends Feb. 6
and the late registration fee is $15
for 5K racers.
The one-mile run/walk is for
children under 14 with a $10 entry
For details, call Tracy Arnold at

Hospice training

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Family Volunteer Training will be
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For more information, call 584-

Kevin Johns, Whitney Wright

Wright-Johns wedding

planned for March 10

Mr. and Mrs. John (Sarah Jo) Padgett, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill (Mary)
Wright, all of Perry, announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter,
Whitney Wright, to Kevin Johns, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert
(Kimberly) Johns.
The bride-to-be is the granddaughter of Pope and Mildred Dice, the late
Virginia Dice, Ms. Spence McLeod, the late Kelmer Wright and Ms. Eva
Jean Frye, all of Perry.
The prospective groom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John (Susan)
Robertson, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim (Marlene) Johns, all of Perry.
The couple's wedding ceremony will be held on March 10, 2007, at 4
p.m. in the First Baptist Church of Perry. All friends and family members
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A-6 Perry News-Herald January 26-27, 2007 as 'Dogs fall 64-63

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Shown above are departing eighth graders from the I aylor
County Middle School girls soccer team, who ran up an 11-
4-1 record this year. Front row, from left, Candice Story,
Jenna Wilson and Coach Doug Cantrell. Middle row, Jackie
Noles, Ciara Perkins, Shae Horner, Katie Holden, Sarah
Meecham, Courtney Brown and Savannah Cantrell. Back Row,
Head Coach Jonathan Mauk and Elizabeth Devane.

A desperation three-point shot at
the buzzer by Taylor County
High's Timothy Miller tell short
here Tuesday as the Bulldog
basketball team suffered a 64-63
defeat against Suwannee High.
The starting line-up was
Marquis Ellis, Chad Ellis, Greg
Flowers, James Dukes and Jabaree
The first half was full of
straight game play with nice,
clean lay-ups by M. Ellis and
Greg Sneed.
The Taylor 'Dogs had just come
off a two game winning streak,
first defeating Florida High then
Jefferson last week and played this
game with confidence.
The varsity boys were down 22
to 29 at the half as a result of
several missed free-throws and
many sloppy shots.
The second half was a better
display considering that TCHS
almost tripled their score from 22
in the first half to 63.
The fourth quarter brought great
suspense to the air which had the
whole gymnasium standing on
their toes.

TCMS girls end season at 11-4-1

The Taylor County Middle
School girls soccer program ended
a successful season on a winning
note. The Lady Dogs beat Fort
White 2-0. Scoring for the
Bulldogs was Savannah Cantrell
with one goal and an assist to
Katie Holden on the final goal.
The TCMS girls ended the season
with an 11-4-1 record.
"We had a phenomenal season
this year," said head coach
Jonathan Mauk. "Considering that
we had to completely rebuild this
team from scratch, I couldn't be
any prouder of these girls and the
effort they put in. It was obvious
at the end of the season of just,
how far we had come since day
one. We challenged the girls in
practice with their training and
they successfully met those
challenges. Our season record of
11 wins and 4 losses represents
just how successful we were.
"I'd have to say that the
.highlight of our year was defeating
an undefeated Lake City team that
had dominated everyone they
played this year," said Mauk. "We
came up with a game plan and the
girls executed it perfectly. We had
different players step up all year
and Tiffany Nix really stepped in
to score the winning goal against
Lake City."
Final stats for the TCMS
players were as follows, Savannah
Cantrell, 22 goals, 9 assists;

Jenna Wilson, 8 goals; Sarena
Peacock, 4 goals, 4 assists;
Ashley Mixon, 4 goals, 2 assists;
Shae Horner, 1 goal, 5 assists;
Katie Holden, 3 goals, 1 assist;
Courtney Brown, 2 goals, 2
assists; Macy Gregory, 1 goal, 2
assists; Sarah Meecham, 3 assists;
and Tiffany Nix, 1 goal.
"Their names don't always show
up in the stats, but equally
important are the other players on
our team, especially the defensive
players. Our defense was very
inexperienced this year but they
kept it close so that we were in
every game," said Mauk.
Leading the Bulldog defense was
keeper Elizabeth Devane, followed
by defenders Macy Gregory, Katie
Holden, Ciara Perkins, Abbi
Walker, Candice Story, Jackie
Noles, Shanna Pittman, Macey
Sadler, and Whitney Young.
Midfielders who had an impact
on this year's team were Hanna
Blanco, Hope Gonzalez, and Ciera
Ormsby. Taylor County's young
strikers Katie Brown and Jennifer
Sullivan showed plenty of
promise this year.
"Things look bright for the
future of TCMS girls soccer," said
Coach Mauk.
The end of the year banquet was
held last Friday night in which all
the girls got their well-deserved
trophies. Special awards were
given to "Most Outstanding

Offense," Jenna Wilson; "Most
Outstanding Defense," Macy
Gregory; "Coaches Award," Sarah
Meecham; "Most Improved,"
Tiffany Nix; "Outstanding 6th
Grader," Hanna Blanco;
"Outstanding 7th Grader," Ashley
Mixon; "Outstanding 8th Grader,"
Katie Holden; "Leadership Award,"
Shae Horner; and "Most Valuable
Player," Savannah Cantrell.
"Savannah set the career goals
record for TCMS. Savannah and
all the other 8th graders will be
missed," said.Coach Mauk.
"This was my first time
coaching girls soccer, and I have
to say that it was wonderful
working with such great players,
who had fantastic attitudes and

work ethics," said Mauk. "I'd like
to thank Principal Dyal for giving
me the opportunity to coach this
team. I'd also like to thank my
two assistant coaches Kasey
Roberts and Doug Cantrell for the
great job they did with the girls
this season."

Coaches' meeting
Thursday, Feb. 1
Those interested in coaching in
the upcoming City of Perry youth
baseball and softball leagues must
attend a coaches meeting.
(The meeting will be held
Thursday, Feb. 1, at 6 p.m. in-the
city council meeting room.

With only 4.7 seconds left in
the game, Taylor ran a play that
set up Miller's 3-point shot.
Jaharce Williams fired the ball
down court to Miller as the
seconds dwindled away.
The crowd began to scream
-Timmy! Timmy!" but Miller's
attempt to make a game winning
three-pointer fell short, giving the
Suwannee Buildogs a 64-63
victory over the home team.
The Dogs' record is now at 11-
Miller's game performance was
very exceptional in regard to his
high total of 22 points in the
game including three 3-pointers in
a- ow.
Other scorers included: Marquis
Ellis with 16; Sneed, 11;
Williams, 5 and Flowers, 5.
"We fought hard and when it
came down to the end, their last
shot was better than ours,"
Flowers said.

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A-7 Perry News-Herald January 26-27, 2007

Women urged to try 'Intentional Living'

at First Baptist's Women's Conference

Women's conference is Feb. 10
Diane Tuttle of the First Baptist Church of Woodstock, Ga., will lead the
annual Women's Conference at Perry's First Baptist Church on Saturday,
Feb. 10.
Coffee and juice will be served at 8:30 a.m.'with the conference slated
for 9 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
The registration fee of $20 includes a snack and lunch. Childcare will be
offered for children under 12. Registration forms and information are
available from the church office, 584-7066.The deadline for registration is
Feb. 2.
Tuttle is a graduate of CLASS (Christian Leaders, Authors and Speakers
Seminar) and is director of Wild Women of God conferences for Dr. Lori
She first earned a B.A. in education, and still maintains "a passion for
learning." She suggests, "Life is hectic' and crazy for me--as a wife,
mother, teacher. leader, speaker or singer, whatever hat I am wearing at the
time. Sometimes it's easier to say, 'No hats today,' but those are the times I
see the gift and grace of humility. There is nothing special about me; I am
just like every other woman out there, but I have found my place of rest at
the feet of Jesus...and there's room for you."
Kittye Wells, director of Women's Ministry at First Baptist Church of
Perry, invites all women in the community to plan on attending this event.

Member Appreciation Sunday slated
Everyone is invited to Restoration Faith Center's first Member
Appreciation Day on Sunday, Jan. 28, at 3:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be
Pastor Joe Malone of Shady Grove Primitive Baptist Church in
Guest psalmist will be Anthony Williams, former background singer for
Patti LaBelle.
Revival begins Monday
Coley Rushing of Ft. Worth, Texas, will be guest speaker at Living Word
Ministries, 606 Colson St., beginning Monday, Jan. 29. He will continue
leading services through Feb. 2, each night at 7. Pastor Joe Clark invites
everyone to attend.
Bible study emphasizes 'fellowship'
First Presbyterian Church kicked off the new year with a Bible study on
Wednesday nights at 7, following Family Night Supper.
Interested members of the community are cordially invited to join the
study on "Supporting One Another in Fellowship," which is an extension
of The 40 Days of Purpose campaign which the church has already
First Presbyterian is located at 310 Plantation Road.


John Benge
John Benge, 70, of Perry, died
Jan. 22, 2007.
He was a native of North
Carolina and a professional truck
Survivors include his
companion, Shirley Gudin, and
extended family and friends,
Gerald and Betty Blaske,
Carol Cross. Leon and Rose
Graveside services were held
Wednesday, Jan. 24, at 4:45 p.m. at

Card of


The family of the late Edward
"T-Bone" Lester would like to say
thank 'you to each of you for all
acts of'kindness shown to us
during the accident and untimely
death of our loved one. We
especially want to thank the New
Bethel Church family and the New
Jerusalem Church family. God
never meant for us to be alone,
that's why He gave us each other.
We appreciate each of you,. and
please know that your kindness
will never be forgotten.
The Family
Glenda Lester Smith, daughter
Lucille Lester, sister

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Shiloh Cemetery.
Trinity Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
Elizabeth Brown
Elizabeth Brown, 90, of Perry,
died Jan. 24, 2007.
She was a native of Perry.
Survivors include: four sons,
Frank Brown Jr. of St. Croix, U.S.
Virgin Islands, Joseph Brown of
Monticello, Horace Brown of
Jacksonville and Eddie Brown of
Perry; two daughters, Pastor
Dorothy Knowles of Perry and

In Memory of


Leann Ray
(Poem by Beth Farmer)
Going Home
Go rest now precious one,
for your life has just begun.
Now you can walk, your,
body is brand new. All of
heaven is in your view.
Look all around, heaven is
all in your sight. There will
never be another dark
night. Flowers and jewels,
the street of pure gold, and
all of the things that have
been told. I can just
imagine the smile on your
face, as you walk all around
in that beautiful place.
Greeting our loved ones,
who have gone on before, as
you walk along, while
singing heaven's most
beautiful song. This is so
very hard, but it will all be
okay, it isn't goodbye, we
will see you again one day.
We love you very much and
we miss you very much and
at times it is real tough, but
as with everything, God's
grace will be enough.

Mommy, Daddy, Bubby
Thomas, Meme, Pop Pop
and all the rest of your
loved ones.

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Burnett Knight of Madison; one
brother, the Rev. Jeremiah Ford of
Newark, N.J.; one sister, Anna
Hilliard of Pittsburgh, Penn.; 15
grandchildren; and 19 great
Funeral series will be held

Saturday, Jan. 27, at 11 a.m. in the
Church of God of Prophecy with
the Rev. Horace Brown officiating.
Interment will follow at Springhill
Evans/Walker Funeral Home is
in charge of arrangements.

r St. Johns Christian

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


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

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

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

Perry First C ihch of God
Sunday School 10:00- 10:45
Worship Service 11:00 12:00
Children's Church 11:00- 12:00
Sunday Night
'' ... Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
.. '.2, Choir Practice 6:00- 6:45
Nursery provided with adult supervision 9:45-12:00 Sunday Service 7:00 8:00
Mike Hicks, pastor Wednesday Night

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

Sunday Evening
Wed. Bible Class

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

The Sammy Glass Family

Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
StudylPrayer Meeting

ANuise' ,arid Childrei, Alinisin' Provided
(located at the intersection of Puckett Rd. and Golf Course Rd.)
Mark McElfresh, pastor 584-7251 J

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Sat. 6 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
CCD & Adult Education Classes
Sunday 9:00 a.m.
2750 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 584-3169
Rev. Slade Crawford, Pastor

Sammy, Gayla, Candace, Justin Er Christopher


Sunday, Januarv 28

,First United Methodist Chtrch") 1045 am

Open Hearts Open Minds & Open Doors Calvary Bap ist Church
"The People of the United Methodist Church"
Cneoa Wo si 8:2959 Golf Course Rd.

L 302 N. Jefferson St. Perry, Fl. (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460

. Matt Wallis, pastor nursery provided Email

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Upon Jesus
"God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present
help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though
the earth give way and the mountains fall into the
heart of the sea." -Psalm 46:1-2
For more information please contact
Lakeside Baptist Church
"A Place to Call Home"
Sunday Services Wednesday Services
9:45 a.m. Sunday School 6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Mission Activities
6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship Steven Ruff, pastor
Hwy. 27 584-5688

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A-8 Perry News-Herald January 26-27, 2007

Woman nabbed after trying

to cash fake money orders

A woman who attempted to cash
phony money orders for the second
time at Wal-Mart has been arrested
and charged with cheating
(scheming to defraud others of
Perry. Police Department Ptl.
Dwight Norris said he was called
to the store last Saturday in
reference to a fraud case.
"A Wal-Mart assistant manager
said the suspect, Sharon Louise
Willis, 50, was still in the store and
had six money orders for $900
each, $5,400 total and was
attempting to cash them.
"The assistant manager said she

had come in the day before and
attempted to cash them, but was
told they weren't any good," Norris
Contact was made with Willis
and a son, who was with her.
When Norris asked her about the
money orders, Willis said that
someone she had met on the
Internet had sent, them to her.
Norris then transported Willis to
PPD, where she was read her
Miranda Rights. She then said she
needed to speak to an attorney
before answering any questions.
When the 17-year-old son was
questioned, he told Norris that "his

mother had been talking to a nan
on the Internet and that he had sent
her the money orders and told her
to cash them and she could keep
half the money. He wanted the
other half so he could buy a plane
ticket and come to Florida.
"(The son) said that all of his
family had told his mama not to
cash them. He also said he was
with her at Wal-Mart on the day
before when store officials had told
her the money orders were no
good," Norris said.
It was at that point that Willis
was placed under arrest and
charged with cheating.

Special recognition
Mayor Emily Ketring, left, presents a letter of special recognition to local high school
senior Adam Cook, who was named to the 2006 All-Big Bend football team. The presentation
was a surprise to Cook's father, city councilman Don Cook. Also on hand for the recognition
was Cook's mother, Diane Cook and his sister, Leslie.

'City wi


known drug houses'

Continued from page 1
Statutes. You are advised that
unless you take immediate action
to abate this nuisance, then legal
action will be taken for the purpose
of protecting the citizens of the
City of Perry."
Perry Police Department Det.
Mike Anderson (one-half of the

Taylor County Joint Task Force)
said he and his partner, TCSO Inv.
Dewayne Bratcher have found
evidence of rampant drug use and
heavy prostitution trade at the
location, "to the point that it is
Brown said the city is prepared
to take whatever action is
necessary to eradicate the problem,
to the point of "filing for a judge to

Food distribution today at Jerkins
Food distribution will be held at Jerkins Community Center today
(Friday), starting at 9 a.m.
Participants are reminded to bring their own bags.

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turn the property over to the City
of Perry.
"The owners have been given
plenty of time, but we've seen no
action to date," he added. "Time is
running out."
Mayor Emily Ketring said
Thursday that after this action has
been completed, other known drug
houses with multiple offenses will
be targeted.
"We've worked closely with the
Drug Task Force and the Perry
Police Department to make a list of
these locations," she said.
"The city is taking a 'no
tolerance stand against drugs' and
we mean it."

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a budget work. I know I'm
preaching to the choir here, but if
you install a light, and the light
burns, there is a cost and we have
to be concerned about the on-going
expenses," he said.
"That should have been
discussed at the on-set of the park,
not three months before its
dedication," Feagle, who served on
the city council when the park
project was first approved, said.
"Based on what city staff has
told us, it is going to take every bit
of the money left (from the park
fund) to finish the park and that's
.without the requested lights,"
Ketring said.
City Finance Director Penny
Staffney then interjected, "The
committee has spent half-a-million
dollars and the park still is not


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done. All of these items--the
fountain, the landscaping, the bell
tower--are not complete and you
want to spend money for lights that
may or may not be burned?" she
"We have been very clear on
what the city's purchasing policy
must be and how spending must be
done--but even today (Tuesday) a
committee member ordered
something without it being
submitted or approved,"' Brown
"I say that we go forward and
do only those things that aie in
progress--finish what's unfinished
and then, if there is any money left,
look at these additional lights,"
Everett said. "Personally, I don't
think there will be any money left
once all these other things are
"Staff needs direction from this
council: Do we stick with our


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to better
serve you

policy of the committee submitting
the request to the city manager,
who can approve or disapprove it?
Or do we let the committee just
keep. spending until the money is
depleted?," Ketring said.
"My position has not changed.
This council directed the city
manager to review any costs that
would incur on-going maintenance
and I think he should continue to
do so," Councilman Don Cook
"Anything they do (the
committee) from this point
forward, if the request has to do
with something that has a residual
cost, then it comes here first,"
Everett said.
"Once this park is done, you
don't have to worry that we will be
back to put anything else down
there. After the way we have had to
deal with all can bet that
no, we won't be back," Feagle said.


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B-1 Perrv News-Herald January 26-27, 2007

At public library

Tax-Aide offered
Free tax preparation and e-file through the Tax-Aide program here begin
Feb. 1 and continue through April 16.
In February, sites will be open at the Taylor County Public Library in
Perry on Mondays, 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m., and on Saturdays, from 10 a.m.
until 1 p.m.
Services will also be available during the month at Steinhatchee
Community Center, by appointment only (call Bonnie at 352-498-
"This program serves taxpayers of all ages with special attention to those
60 and older," said Vicky Van Dyke, the regional volunteer coordinator in

d through April
Fanning Springs. Peggy Williams is the local contact person.
"Taxpayers should bring photo ID, Social Security cards for all
dependents, and all tax documents (W-2's, SSA's, 1099's, interest/dividend
statements, unemployment, child care provider information, etc.) related to
their tax return," Van Dyke said.
Due to IRS software delays and tax changes by Congress, she noted that
taxpayers filing itemized returns will need to come in after March 1.
Van Dyke added, "Anyone who is not required to file a return and only
wants to file a Form 1040 EZ-T to get the Federal Telephone Excise Tax
Credit should also wait until after March 1."

Did your marital status, address change in 2006?

Before submitting your tax Did ydur address change? Were there any changes in
information this year, pay Can you be claimed as a dependents from the prior year?
attention to any changes in your dependent by another taxpayer? Do you have any children under
personal status: Can you claim a new age 14 with unearned income in
Did your marital status change? dependent? excess of $1600?

Keep p
Ahh, tax time. The smell of
freshly sharpened pencils, the
clicking of the calculator keys, the
satisfaction of figuring out the tax
forms. What? That doesn't sound
familiar? Perhaps this is more your
experience: the smell of sweat as
you realize you can't find key
receipts, the silent scream you utter
when the numbers don't balance
for the 10th time, the agony of
trying to figure out which forms
you need.
Whichever camp you belong to,
the simple fact is that tax time
can't be avoided. So as long as
you've got all your financial
information out of the file box,
why not make the most of the
occasion and devote a few extra
minutes to checking your credit
report, as'well a_ tiaking some easy
steps to protect your private
Theft of financial information,
like its cousin, identify theft, is on
the rise. According to the latest
Experian-Gallup Personal Credit

Did you change any bank
accounts that have been used to
direct deposit funds from (or to)
the IRS or other taxing authority
during the tax year?

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Index survey at,
one in five consumers report that
they have had their financial
information stolen, including a
'bank or credit card number. In
addition, one in seven people say
they have had their personal
information stolen, such as a birth
certificate, driver's license or
Social Security number.
"These numbers are alarming,"
says Maxine Sweet, vice president
of public education for Experian, a
global information solutions
company. "However, there are
simple steps that consumers can
take to help protect their financial
and personal information."
As you gather up the forms you
need to complete your taxes, take a
good look at the information they
contain. From credit card receipts
to property, tax statements,
mortgage interest statements, W-2
forms and more, the information
on these forms is a goldmine for
someone who wants to use your

good credit to their advantage. And accurate. If you notice anything
with the growth of online shopping questionable, such as accounts you
and electronic record keeping, it's don't recognize, it is possible that
not just' a paper trail you have to someone has used stolen
worry about. information to open accounts in
Once you start noticing all the your name. Contact. the creditor

If you receive pre-approved mailings
from credit card companies looking for
your business, shred them. Do the same
with any blank checksfrom your credit

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.But here are simple steps you can
take to protect that information.
Start protecting your
information by requesting a copy
of your credit report and scanning
your credit history and any recent
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Always shred sensitive
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else with personal data on it.
Personal shredders are available in
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"To some consumers, shredding
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and it is a sure way to protect your
personal information," says Sweet.
If you receive pre-approved
mailings from credit card
companies looking for your
business, shred them as well if you
do not wish to open an account. Do
the same with any blank checks
your credit card company sends
you if you don't plan to use them.
Don't give out personal or

financial information to friends
and family unless absolutely
necessary. The Experian-Gallup
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those who had experienced
personal or financial information
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B-2 Perry News-Herald January 26-27, 2007

7 ways to jump.

on taxes before

they jump on you

Earlier is better when it comes to
working on your taxes. Taxpayers
are encouraged to get a head start
on tax preparation, especially since
early filers avoid the last minute
rush and get their refunds sooner.
Here are seven easy ways to get
a good jump on your taxes long
before the April deadline is here:
1. Gather your records in
advance. Make sure you have all
the records you need, including W-
2s and 1099s. Don't forget to save
a copy for your files.
2. Get the right forms. They're
available around the clock on the
IRS Web site,
3. Take your time. Don't forget,
to leave room for a coffee break
when filling out your tax return as
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4. Double-check your math
and verify all Social Security
numbers. These are among the
most common errors found on tax
returns. Taking care will reduce
your chance of hearing from the
IRS and speed up your refund-..
5. Get the fastest refund.
When you file early, you receive
your refund faster. When- you
choose direct deposit, you receive
your refund sooner than waiting
for a check.
6. E-filing is easy. E-filing
catches math problems, provides
confirmation your return has been
received and gives you a faster
7. Don't panic. If you have a
problem or a question, remember
thO IRS is there to help.
Ydu can try the IRS Web site at or call the IRS customer

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As always...

Review major tax changes

regarding benefits, deposits
The Internal Revenue Service began a busy 2007 filing season on Jan. 4
that features telephone excise tax refunds, a new refund deposit feature
and recently enacted tax breaks that may require extra attention from
"Taxpayers will have a number of new tax benefits and features
available this year," IRS Commissioner Mark W. Everson said. "We
encourage taxpayers to -take a few minutes to review these changes,
particularly those involving the recently enacted tax law provisions. The
IRS will do everything it can to minimize the impact on taxpayers."
The agency is sending 17 million 1040 tax packages. for 2006 to
taxpayers who have previously filed paper returns. The number of paper
tax booklets being mailed to Americans continues to decline as more
people opt for electronic filing. The IRS expects to process about 136
million individual tax returns for 2006, with more than half of those filed
Major changes for 2006:
Telephone Excise Tax Refund. Individual taxpayers will be able to
request a refund if they paid the federal excise tax on long-distance or
bundled service. The government stopped collecting the federal excise tax
on long-distance service in August and announced plans to provide
refunds of these taxes billed after Feb. 28, 2003, and before Aug. 1, 2006.
More than 146 million individual taxpayers are expected to request the
To request the refunds, taxpayers have several options:
Individual taxpayers can request the refund by using the standard
amounts, which are based on the total number of exemptions claimed on
the 2006 federal income tax return. Choosing the standard amount saves
taxpayers the time and trouble of digging through 41 months of old phone
bills. The standard amounts are $30 for a person filing a return with one
exemption, $40 for two exemptions, $50 for three exemptions and $60 for
four or more exemptions. For example, a married couple filing a joint
return with two dependent children (for a total of four exemptions) will be
eligible for the maximum standard amount of $60. To get the standard
amount, eligible individual taxpayers will fill out an additional line on
their regular 2006 1040 return. (Line 71 on Form 1040; Line 42 on Form
1040A; Line 9 on Form 1040EZ.)
Alternatively, individual taxpayers who want to request a refund of the
actual amount of tax paid should figure that amount using Form 8913
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B-3 Perry News-Herald January 26-27, 2007

Holiday moves filing deadline to April 17

Taxpayers will have until
Tuesday, April 17, to file their
2006 returns and pay any taxes
due, the Internal Revenue Service
announced recently.
Taxpayers will have extra time
to file and pay because April 15
falls on a Sunday in 2007, and the

For people who don't need to
file a regular tax return, the IRS
has developed a special, shorter
form to allow them to request the
telephone refund.
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Wading through the Academy

Award nominations, Part One

For movie buffs and critics, the announcements of
the 2007 Academy Award nominations provided a few
surprises. For a lot of people, the announcements gave
them the first opportunity to even hear about most of
the films named.
While most moviegoers have heard of "The
Departed" and "Dreamgirls," I doubt that's the case for
"Little Miss .Sunshine," "Pan's Labyrinth" or "Little
To be'honest, I haven't seen many of them either. In
some cases, like with "The Departed," I just didn't get
a chance to see it. In others, like "Pan's Labyrinth,"
they weren't in theaters within 1,000 miles of here until
recently. Even so, I feel that I've kept abreast enough
with the hype. buzz and
the variouss a% yards
ceremonies already .
concluded to gixe ,ou a
decent breakdown of this
year's nominees as %tell
my picks of "'ho, %.ill
win tnot necessarily '.ho
deserves to % in .
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categories [0 be
announced during the
awards cereinon on
Sunday. Feb. 25, there is
simply too much to10
cover in one vteek. so AI
welcome to part one of IV_
m. Oscar coverage. --
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We'll start at ihe
bottom and \\ork our
'. a up and for
completion's sake: let's
start small with the short
film subjects: Best Short
Film Li\e Action. Best
Short Film Animated
and Best Docutmentary -
Short Subjects. These are short films mostly made by
up-and-coming directors that 99 percent of people
have never heard of before. Out of the 14 nominees in
these three categories, I have only. seen one of them,
Disney's animated"The Little Matchgirl," directed by
Roger Allers and Don Hahn. While it is a beautiful
return to traditional animation for Disney and a
heartbreaking adaptation of the Hans Christian
Andersen's classic short story, I simply don't know
enough of the nominees in these categories to make
anything but a random guess at the winners. On a side
note, "The Little Matchgirl" is included as an extra on
the special edition release of "The Little Mermaid."
The Best Documentary Features category tends to
be unpredictable, but this year all signs are pointing to
former .Vice President Al Gore's "An Inconvenient
Truth," directed by Davis Guggenheim. The global
warming doc has to be considered the front-ruiner
with -heavy press support since its release. The other
four features in the category include two on the
situation in Iraq ("Iraq in Fragments" and "My Country
My Country"), one on the Catholic priest scandal
.("Deliver Us from Evil") and one with a less than
flattering portrayal of an evangelical Christiah youth
camp ("Jesus Camp").
Unlike the Golden Globes, the Best Foreign
Language Film award actually has to go to a foreign
film, rather than to any film not in the English language.

Each country submits one film for consideration.
The only foreign film I did get a chance to see this
year, China's "Curse of the Golden Flower," didn't
make the final cut so I will have to go by the current
buzz. Mexico's "Pan's Labyrinth," ("Laberinto del
Fauno, El") directed by Guillermo del Toro looks to be
the favorite with several other nominations including
writing. Other movies in the category include
Denmark's "After the Wedding," Algeria's "Days of
Glory," Germany's "The Lives of Others" and Canada's
Next up is the Academy Award's newest category,
only several years old, Best Animated Feature Film.
This year, "Cars" appears to have this one in the bag,
..... .and should hold off
I d'Haippn Feet" and its
ern ironAmental and
HollS E N, _ood-friendly
messages. Either way,
"MN, n itcr House"
continues its role as
the third-party
candidacy in this race.
te" rn fBest Achievement
IN in Visual Effects is the
One cateiry each year
house e nomriinees most
Sipeople ha\e heard of
and. nore importantly,
ien. "Pirates of the
Caribbean: Dead
\ i to km!._ c t Man's Chest" will vie
11" n tI against '"Poseidon"
4,imame, 1 and "Superman
Returns." "Poseidon"
was drubbed by critics
and did not find a large
Audience *with
n,,,'iegoer .-n.kfiakifg it
a long shot. The
elects i. Pirates" and
"Superman" were both
well done and it's a virtual coin flip between the two,
but I think "Pirates" will go home with the gold.
Best Achievement in Sound Editing and Best Sound
(I'm not entirely sure what the difference is between
these two), have almost identical lists of nominees. In
Best Sound Editing, "Apocalypto," "Blood Diamond,"
"Flags of Our Fathers," "Letters from Iwo Jima" and
"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" will vie
for the Oscar. For Best Sound, "Letter from Iwo Jima"
is replaced with "Dreamgirls." With little to base this
on, I'm going to pick "Letters from Iwo Jima" for
sound editing and "Pirates" for sound.
"Apocalypto," "Click" and "Pan's Labyrinth" are in
the running for Best Achievement in Makeup. While
"Apocalypto" managed to transform school teachers
and dock workers into warriors and kings, I think the
sheer wierdness of "Pan's Labyrinth" will win it.
The final category for this week is Best
Achievement in Costume Design. My pick is "Curse of
the Golden Flower," which included some of the most
elaborate costumes I've seen in recent memory. "The
Queen," riding some high profile buzz and top-tier
nominations, has to be a close second. The other three
nominees are "The Devil Wears Prada," "Dreamgirls"
"Marie Antoinette."
Still to come, the best writing categories, actors and
actress and the big one, Best Picture.

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Big Bend Community Orchestra
Competition Soloists
Turner Auditorium, TCC .
Ilas/A usicals
January 18-28
Tallahassee Little Theatre
Tennessee Williams'
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Monday, Jan. 29
Tallahassee Broadway Series
"Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat"
Lyrics by Tim Rice and music by
Andrew Lloyd Webber
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'Wednesday, Jan 31
I'm Ready Productions presents
Je' Caryous Johnson's
"Men. Money & Gold Diggers"
The Stage Play
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center

february 16-18, 21-25
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School of Theatre
"Sweeney Todd:
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The Fallon Theatre

Tuesday, 'Marchl 27
Tallahassee Broadway Series
"I Can't Stop Loving You"
Featuring the legendary
music of Ray Charles
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
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February 6-8
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Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center

Saturday, Feb. 10
Jimmy Buffett and
the Coral Reefer Band
"Party at the End of the World"
All proceeds to benefit
the United Way of the Big Bend
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center

-,('pular music
Sunday, Feb. 18
Cetic Woman
'A New Journey"
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center

&Wednesday, Feb. 21
Blue Man Group
"How to be a Megastar Tour 2.0"
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
Feborualy 2-3
Monster Jam
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center

Wednesday, Feb. 28
Harlem Globetrotters
2007 Nothing Like It Tour
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
Jan. 27-28, Feb. 2-4
21st Annual Hoggetowne
Medieval Faire
Alachua County Fairgrounds
(352) 334-ARTS

will be at the Alachua County Fairgrounds in

Hoggetowne Medieval Faire

set for return to Gainesville

Once a year, medieval magic
sweeps through the City of
Gainesville and transports people
of all ages to a land where brave
knights joust for the honor of their
ladies and King Arthur must battle
the forces of evil. It is here at
Hoggetowne that the spirit of the
Middle Ages is celebrated.
The 21st annual Hoggetowne
Medieval Faire on Jan. 27-28 and
Feb. 2-4 promises to bring fantasy
and fun to all who enter its gates.
Tucked away in the enchanted
forest of the Alachua County
Fairgrounds in Gainesville, a
medieval marketplace comes to
life as troupes of actors, street
performers and musicians journey
back to the days of yore.
Trumpets sound as the Royal
procession begins, and the streets
of Hoggetowne fill with eager
guests. Young visitors are invited
to become royalty at the Royale
Pavilion, where on one knee they
will be knighted lords or ladies of
the court.
The forgotten skills of falconry,
archery and puppetry are brought
back to life at the Faire. Jugglers,
musicians and dancers will fill the
streets and eight stages with
continuous live revelry--a medley
including gypsy dancing, ancient
music, mystifying magic, acting
troupes and more. Performers
mingle with the crowds, as the
atmosphere fills with the sweet
Medieval sounds of minstrels,
harpists and many "olde world"
This highly anticipated event
features more than 150 talented
artisans, who travel to
Hoggetowne from all over the
countryside to demonstrate and

- sell their traditional arts and crafts.
At the Marketplace, visitors can
marvel at time-honored traditions
of weaving, blacksmithing,
leatherworking, woodcarving and
jewelry making. Browse through
the bustling marketplace for that
perfect gift or trinket.

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"To take full advantage of the
medieval magic, visitors should
arrive early," said Linda Piper,
fire coordinator. "As the city
gates open each morning, the
Faire's first guests are greeted by
all of Hoggetowne."
On the tournament field,
spectators can watch as armored
knights joust on horseback for the
honor of their ladies, charging
head-on with lance and shield.
Visitors can also watch a Living
Chess Game, played out with
human pieces as Arthur and his
followers battle against Emperor
Fabulous and the Romans in a
fight for freedom. When a piece is
moved to an occupied square, the

players must "swing steel" to see
who survives.
Guests of Hoggetowne can try
their luck as they shoot arrows and
hurl battle axes to test their
medieval skills. Those daring
enough can enjoy the adventure of
human-powered push rides or take
a glimpse into the future with
Hoggetowne's mystifying
fortunetellers. There is something
for everyone in Hoggetowne.
Prepare to feast on hearty food
and drink fit for a king. Enjoy a
wonderful array of delicacies
including mouth-watering treats
like succulent ribs, bloomin'
onions, sweet potato fries and
turkey legs.
"Plan to spend the entire day at
Hoggetowne. There is so much to
see and do, you'll be entertained
the whole time," Piper said.
"People wait all year for this
anticipated event." . .. I
More than 50,000 guests are
expected to pass through the gates
of Hoggetowne this year making it
one of the most successful events
in the region.
The Hoggetowne Medieval
Faire, produced by the City of
Gainesville's Department of Parks,
Recreation and Cultural Affairs,
will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Tickets for Saturdays and Sundays
are $12 for adults and $5 for
children, ages 5 to 17.
The Alachua County
Fairgrounds is situated east of
Gainesville on 39th Avenue and
SR 121, adjacent to the Gainesville
Regional Airport. There are
absolutely no pets permitted at the
faire. For more information, visit or call
(352) 334-ARTS.

Friday, Jan. 26
Clashing Clothes Day
* National Peanut Butter Day
spouse Day

Sunday, Jan. 29
* National Blueberry
Pancake Day
Bubble Wrap Day

Monday, Jan. 2q
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* Give a Carnation Day

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B-6 Perry News-Herald January 26-27, 2007

Small ads..big deals!


6:30pm. 1693 SW Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360)
Madison,Florida. Phone 850 973-2959. Now
accepting; mastercard, visa and debit cards.
New truckload from a major discount retailer
has arrived. Food Fun & Give-A-Ways.
Heated / AC Comfy Seats. 5pm Preview ----
food starts at 5;30pm From Perry: Take RT
221 North to CR 360 (SW Mosley Hall Rd)
Turn Right, we are about 8 miles on the
AU691-Col.Ron Cox AB2490


Pentium III 1.0 GHZ, 256 megs 30
GBHD, Batt Backup Raid Video, network
- modem key mouse monitor $125.
Telestar Telescope, Like brand new,
never used. All lenses & tripod. Paid $200
sell for $100. Call 578-2230 or 838-9670.

Queen Pillow Top Mattress Set. Brand
new in plastic with warranty. $150, 850-

Inside and' Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
YardWe us! Collectibles
Yard Sale
Set-up Pr yFlea a' k t Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture '

Garage/Estate Sale Saturday 8 a.m. -
until, Furniture, washer & dryer, kitchen
items & small appliances, glassware, and
much, much more. 121 Nancy St. (Subdiv.
across from the old hospital and Premier
med. Bldg.) Look for signs.
Friday & Saturday Sadler Drum 4289 US
98 West., metal tool cabinet, new TV
armoire, new & used tools, 3 different
kinds of chairs, 4-used tires.
Yard Sale Friday, Saturday and Sunday,
from 8 a.m. 2 p.m. Large size ladies
clothes, craft books, arts & crafts, toys
(Yugioh and Pokemon), DVD and VHS
movies, computer monitor and video.,
games. 8604 Potts Still Rd,
Gotta Go moving Sale! Breeze Dr. in
Leisure Retreats. 578-2452, Friday,
Saturday and Sunday. Until dark, rain or
shine, under roof. Riding mower, tools,
clothes new & used, household items,
Multi-yard Sale Friday and Saturday, 9
a.m.-until. 1285 Paul Poppell Rd. Off
woods Creek Rd.

Come one... .
come all!


Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
1 305 Puckett Road /

Specials: Prepaid cell phones, T-mobile,
Cingular, phone plus time for under $30.
Jewelry Sterling Silver 60% off. Rebuilt
computer systems for $125. Fishing Lures,
Miralure for $2.95. Karaoke CD's from
$6.95 to $9.95. Guaranteed Sales 6041
Beach Rd, Perry. 584-4551
Peavey Sto PA mixer AMP 400 watts, 4
channels & master. Best offer. Call 223-
3198 for details. Leave message or ask for
Local Honey for sale. Honey made from
Taylor County Wild Flowers. Any size,
any amount. Call 584-8987 9 a.m. 8 p.m.
His & Hers Recliners, Excellent condition
$75 ea/ Both for $125. Hbmelite Chainsaw
XL2- $50. Call 838-2385.
Sofa/ loveseat. New micro fiber set, $475,
must move, delivery available. 850-222-
BEDROOM: New-6 piece set still boxed,
$599, can deliver(850)425-8374
Home Gym Complete integrated weight
system, High and low pulleys for upper
and lower body building. Padded for
comfort. $250. Call 672-2323.
GE Spacemaker XL 1400 microwave. Very
nice, in great condition. $50. 584-8563.
LEATHER, still wrapped, lifetime warranty,
sacrifice $795. (delivery available).

SOLID WOOD Cherry sleigh bed BRAND
NEW in box, $275. (850)545-7112

Approx. 50+ items, many different things
from antiques to Christmas to clothes. For
complete list call 584-4879.
For Sale 19" color TV in good condition.
$45. Phone 838-2003.

Regulation 7 ft. X 3 ft. 8 in. Air Hockey
Table like new $75. Great Christmas gift
or Game Room Additions. Call 584-8053
after 6 or weekends or leave message,

Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly, Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401.

Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 BR HC
and non-HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8:00 to 5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call
850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett
Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal Housing
Lg. Bedroom w/private entrance and bath,
conveniently .located in quiet
neighborhood. All utilities plus table
furnished. $450 month. First and last
month in advance, Only Mature Ladies
need apply. Call 584-2500 to see.

For Rent (4 miles N of Perry) 2000 sq. ft.
light commercial building. Call 838-5118.

1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered.
Equal Opportunity. Office hours are 8:00-
5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call 850-584-5668. 709
W, Church St., Perry, FL 32348. TDD 711.

Qualified applicants 2 & 3 BR.
Applications available 9 a.m. 4 p.m.
Office 500 S. Warher Ave. Perry, FL
Phone 850-584-6842. Equal Housing
Now taking applications for rental of 3 BR/
2 Bth Mobile Home, All electric, located at
349 Millinor Road. $300 deposit. Rent
$575. Includes sewer and water. No phone
calls, References required, all applicants
must apply in person Monday through
Wednesday at Perry Repo Outlet office. 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. ask for Betty.
Commercial Building For Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
For Rent: 32 foot camper unit-fully
furnished all utilities paid. Off Beach Rd,
quiet. $85 per week, $50 deposit, one
person, no pets. Call 584-4551.
For Rent: Small apartment, fully furnished,
by the week for $105. including all utilities
and trash pickup. $80 deposit, 2 people,
no children, no pets. Call 584-4551.
For Rent Will share my home with elderly
lady or man. Located in Shady Grove.
$500 month includes utilities + $300
security deposit. Call 584-3777.


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

-';-') Postcards Sports Memorabilia
Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys

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RNs & LPNs



3pm-11pm shifts, 11 pm-7 am shifts

Weekend Treatment Nurse

Dietary Staff

Aides & Cooks
Sue Love, Director of Nursing

Nursing Office Secretary

* Prefer experience in Microsoft Word & Excel
Prefer experience in staff scheduling
Full-Time position

Planner $34,777 $39,145 + benefits
Fire Fighter- $10.78/hr.
Emergency Management Secretary (part
time $8.44/hr
Public Safety Director-$45,885 (negotiable)
Entire job descriptions and requirements
can be viewed at or Taylor
Employment Connections, 1702 S.
Jefferson St. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County is an EOE/VP/Drug
Testing/ Background Check Employer.

5 acres of land for sale. Call Frank E.
Maynerd at 578-2842, If no answer leave
Jefferson Co. Land Auction 700 acres,
starting at 1200/ac owner/agent/ March
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.
Newly remodeled 4 bed/2 bath mobile
home w/attached car port. Located on a
large, city lot, in a great neighborhood,
close to schools. 129 Dowling Street.
$65,000 Call 584-2000.

Quarter acre lot on city water gas and
sewer. No mobile homes. Needs present
slab removed and old pool filled at buyers
expense. $5000 OBO. Call Steve @ 223-

Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq.
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-
584-5891. Pete Fortner

For Sale-By Owner Keaton Beach 2,305
sq. ft. 2004 DWMH on 1-.25+ acres, 4
bedroom, 2.5 bath, central heat/air, 3
decks, skirting, gutters, 2 car garage, boat
shelter, heated in ground pool, fenced
back yard, gravel driveway, 2 wells, septic
tank, sprinkler system, water softener.
$160,000, call 850-578-3094 for apt.

Historic Lee Cypress Home. 2800 SF 4
BR/2 BA on 1.8 Ac, off Paul Poppell Rd.
w/Enclosed Patio, Beautiful large sunroom
w/fireplace, cozy living room also has
fireplace. Home has large attic storage,
fenced in back yard with inground pool.
Built in 1929, remolded in 1978,
Heating/AC 1 yr. old Kitchen redone in
2004. Great Neighborhoodl Excellent Buyl
$185,000. Call Jason Heartsfield at Nature
Coast Inc. 850-843-0503.

Want to live in the country? 15 acres MOL
of vacant land for sale near Eridu. Located
on county grade and has electricity. Price:
$8,500/acre. Call Glenda @ 850-584-8887
@ The Forestry Co. Licensed Real Estate
.Brokerage Firm.

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Planning Board Vacancy
The Taylor County Planning Board is
currently seeking applicants to fill two
vacancies on the Board. Applications for.
this volunteer position may be
downloaded from the County website, or
obtained from the Taylor County Planning
Department located at the Administrative
Complex. Completed applications should
be returned to the Planning Department at
201 East Green Street, Perry, Florida

The Boys & Girls Club of Perry is seeking
qualified individuals to fill the following
Project Manager for Behavioral'
Management and Reinforcement Grant
Requirements: Two year college degree or
two years related experience, strong oral
and written communication, supervisory
skills and computer literacy. Duties
include but are not limited to: case
management, grant reporting, partnership
development, program implementation,
data entry and marketing of program in
community. 30 hours weekly, requires
some evening hours, '$10-$12 hourly
depending on experience.
Summer Food Manager and Monitor
Duties to include overseeing summer food
staff and 3 meal sites, menu planning in
accordance with USDA guidelines,
transportation of meals and record
keeping. 30-35 hours weekly, summer
only, $10-$12 hourly depending on
For more information on the above
positions please contact Lisa English,
Director of Operations at the Boys & Girls
Club Administrative Offices, PO Box 1474
(202 East Julia Drive) Perry, FL 32348,
850-838-2471, fax 850-838-9033.
Part time applicants should apply to the
Unit Director of the site that they wish to
seek employment. Part time applications
are being accepted at this time.
Aucilla Christian Academy is currentlyI
accepting applications for a bus' driver
position. Must have (or be willing to obtain)
a CDL class B with P and S
endorsements. Also, must be a positive,
Christian role model. For more information
or to apply, please contact the school at

Taylor County Health Department is
currently seeking:
Registered Nurse
Position #64080226
Closing date: 2/15/07
Annual Salary Range: $30,000 to $40,000
Hours: 8 am to 5 pm Monday Friday
Requires valid Florida RN license and 1-3
years clinical experience. This position
will work in all areas of Health Department,
'such as Primary Care, Obstetrics,
Immunizations, Communicable Disease,
Women's Health and case management,
Applicants may apply on-;line at or contact
Joanie Cruce, Nursing Director at
(850)584-5087 ext.125
Convenience store manager needed.
Please apply at Ware Oil & Supply
located 2715 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. This
is a drug free work place.
Baby-sitter Needed. Saturday and School
Holidays. Call 223-0207.
Part-time shipping/warehouse assistant
needed. Please call at 850-584-6555.
Monday Friday 8:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m.


Employment Opportunity

This job requires attention to detail. Must be
willing to go the extra mile for customer
satisfaction and be a team player.

Timberland Ford is a Drug Free Workplace
Equal Opportunity Employer

Contact Susan Thrash
(850) 584-6178, ext. 120
for interview appointment

The City of Perry is taking
applications for the
following position:

Utility Mechanic II
(Wastewater Department)

Req: Must have a valid Florida
Drivers License and be able to
obtain a CDL within 6 months of
employment. Must have class
"C" Wastewater Collection
Technician Certification within
1 year of employment.
Salary Range:
Applications are available at:
Employment Connections
1702 S. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32348
(Beside Post Office)

Maintenance Director Seeking individual
with skills and experience in electrical,
plumbing, a/c. heating, laundry, kitchen
appliance, small appliance, plaster, and
other building maintenance areas.
Experience within a health-care facility a
plus, and in scheduling, prioritizing work
necessary, Will be working with 9 year old
structure, equipment and grounds. Seeking
good communicator who likes working with
people and can complete maintenance
tasks efficiently. Contact Rich Wisdahl,
Lafayette Health Care Center, 512 W.
Main St., Mayo, FL 396-294-3300,
HIRING. C.A.D. operator seeking -
dedicated and motivated individual to be
part of a team environment. Requirements
are the following: Microstation or AutoCad
experience, ability to use Microsoft Office
proficiently. Manufacturing background is
helpful. EOE, Drug Free Workplace,
Competitive Salary and Benefits. Apply in
person at Big Top Manufacturing Hwy. 19
North, Perry, FL Phone: 850-584-7786.
Experienced HVAC/R service technicians
with a minimum of 5 yrs experience.
starting wages $14-16/hr. Call 850-584-

New in town?
Finld out what Taylor
County is all about in
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Perry News-Heraldc

Advent Christian Village
Dowling Park, Florida
'On the Banks of the Suwannee River'
RN direct long-term care staff (FT / PT)
Nonrestricted FL license required; LTC
experience w/knowledge of LTC regs
LPN direct long-term care staff (FT/PT)
Nonrestricted FL License required;
Experience preferred.
CNA direct-long-term care staff (FT/PT)
FL certificate required; Experience
FL license required; established rural
health practice; brand new facility; share
on call with MD & PA
Bookkeeper (FT)
Accounting .experience/PC experience
required. Post -secondary academic
training preferred but not required. Must be
detail oriented.
Building Maintenance Supervisor (FT)
Light general maintenance/custodial for
two apartment buildings (residential &
common areas); experience preferred;
excellent communication skills required;
occasional on-call may be required.
Competitive wages & competitive benefits
for FT positions (health, dental, life,
disability, supplemental insurance; 403b;
paid time off,) plus access to onsite
daycare and fitness facilities.
Apply in person at Personnel Office
(Carter Village Hall) 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
For the most current job vacancies, call
658-5627 or visit
24 hrs/day, 7 days/ week

Pizza Needs You! Delivery Drivers and
management. Please apply in person to
Pizza Hut 2199 S. Byron Butler Pkwy,
Perry. No phone calls please.

Avon Reps Needed! How would you like to
start the New Year off being your own
boss? Start your own business. I can show
you how. $10.00 start-up kit, Call BJ
Today! 850-584-6289 or 850-843-2605.


Boxer/American Pitt puppies for sale.
Four to choose from. $50.00 each. Call or
text to (386)688-3704. Also, free half
boxer/half mixed puppies. They all are
For sale: 1 1/2-year-old male tri-color
Sheltie, well-trained. $200 OBO. 850-

Puppies Free to good home. Ready March
1st. Call 223-0207.
Beautiful Red Nose Tip Bulldog for sale.
Five months old. Asking $150.00 Call
584-9141 after 5 p.m.
Registered Red female Chihuahua 5
months old. $350. Call 850-371-2392.

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LOST Yellow Lab, goes by the name STUMP GRINDING
'REX'. Rex is a 13 year old yellow lab, PRESSURE WASHING.
lost in the vicinity of First Baptist Church, Free Estimates!!!
He does not have his collar on. He does Call Billy Blue at
need medication for arthritis. If found 838-1307 or 672-0955
please call Joey Bowden at 584-4031. 3/10tfnBB
Thank you.

PUPPY FOUND in Leisure Retreats area. CARPET & VINYL
Small breed with black streak on back, Installation and repairs done at a good
and fuzzy nose. Call 850-578-2135. price. No overhead. Direct savings to you.
1/24-1/26 30 years experience. 850-838-9050.
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The Handyman experts LLC, honest work!
..... ...... Affordable, professional, licensed and
2000 BomBandiar 650 cc 4-wheeler. 2 insured. Specializing in house painting,
wheel drive, very quick. Great Condition interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
$2400. 850-584-4723. maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
1/26-1/31 concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
20 ft pontoon boat 40 horse motor, Bimini 838-6077. 25 years.
top etc. lots of extras, runs very good, in tfJM
excellent condition. $4500 OBO.
1987 Suzuki LT500 Quadzilla very fast, Home Cleaning & Lawn Care Services.
excellent shape, w/extras $3200 OBO Will clean your home or office, vacuum,
2002 Yahmaha Kodiak 450 Front & Rear dust, seep & mop, bathrooms & etc. Will
gun racks & winch, low hours excellent cut lawns, shrubs, vacuum leaves, plant
shape $4000 OBO. your plants & deliver mulch. Call Brenda
Call for more information 223-2538(H) or or Terry 850-223-2477
(850)510-0390(C) 1/5-2/28

1997 D21P-7 Komatsu Bulldozer, 6 way
blade, 1998 WA200-1 Komatsu Loader
with 3 yard bucket and rake, 1997 FRHT,
Detroit Series 60. All in good condition.

15' fiberglass boat, 30 hp Yamaha motor,
15' trailer. $2,750 obo. 584-5205.

2007 Chevy Silverado Crew Cab, 4.9 V8,
6k miles, pwr windows/locks, drk blue
exterior, cloth interior, dual air control.
: Contact Chris.850-838-3736, 850-843-
2322 or 850-843-2325.

2003 Chevrolet HD 2500 Ext. Cab
Charcoal Gray, loaded, 56k miles.
$22,000 O.B.O. Call 584-3081

2002 Saturn SL2 24k original miles still
under warranty. Air, AM/FM/CD, very
economical. $8,700. Call local 672-2323

For Sale '92' Cadillac, great condition.
Call 584-9303 and ask for Tommy or

Home Health Aide desires to sit and care
for someone in a private home. Call 850-

A&A Specialty Cuts Firewood. Cut to your
length & diameter. Oak, cherry, pine. Also
Lighter (fire starter) Home-(850)838-3371,
Cell-(850)371-0576, fax-(850)838-1805.

Crosspoint Baptist Fellowship, .920
Courtney Rd on Tuesdays with Dr. Sylvia
Tomberlin. Call today for an appointment.
(850) 508-6877 or (850) 584-5441
Counseling Cell Church
(anytime) (Mon., Tues., Thurs.)



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Chad Dees Lawn Care
1990 F-150 V8, needs work, 2 new tires, Hi, Taylor County, love to spend time in
toolbox/ Dog box, new front brakes/ v- the great outdoors with your family? Allow
jnfi( 'Tr.n-:,, Fle,'sttgter/flywheel"$2,200 ',rheto'iritrodau6e T&d Deds'Ef Atr"'re,
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Mustang Convertible! Power windows, and I will return
door locks, CD, automatic. Looks good, your call. Chad H. Dees/ Owner.
runs good $1,850. 838-2863 12/29-3/30

'01'Ford RangerXLT. Ext. Cab, extras, A- D. BREYERS PAVING
1 condition $6995. Call 838-2385. Asphalt/ Gravel/ Seal Coating Driveway's
1-800-917-7022 or 1-386-314-2095
2000 black Mercury Cougar, V-6, power 1/10-917-702 2 o
everything, AM-FM Radio/Cassette/CD 1/10-2/2
Player, Looks great, 59.000 miles. $6,250.
Call Patty, 850-838-8240 (cell); 850-584-
9406 (home).
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Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. Wanted Isuzu and Toyota
trucks for export. 386-688-3999.
Free pick up of abandoned & unwanted
.vehicles/ heavy equipment. Top cash on
all that run. Call 386-344-3930.

Repair Remodel Resurface Refinish.
No Job to Small.

Free Estimates, Bucket Truck Available,
branches trimmed. Licensed & Insured,
Call John (Sesock), (850) 584-2027 or
(850) 591-8301.

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

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




Swann Bonding Agency,;*:
"Where Everyday Is Springtime"
107 N. 584 2757
Jefferson St. -

undersigned Intends to sell the personal
property described below to enforce a
.. lin imposed on soad property under the
Florida Self Storage Facility Act Statutes
(section 83.801783.809)
The undersigned will sell at public sale by
competitive bidding on the 27th day of
January, 2007, at 10:00 am, on the
premises where said property has been
stored and which are located at Lock &
Key Mini Storage, 1309 S. Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida, County of Taylor, State of
Florida, the following:
Jamoaal Thomas, Unit A12, household
Ida Williamson, Unit A21, household
Latorya Williams, Unit El, household
Peggy Hines, Unit E7, household goods
Alberta Mote, Unit E18, household goods
Wlnenett Wilson, Unit E19, household
Purchases must be paid for at the time
of purchase in cash or credit card only!
All purchased units sold as Is where are
and Items must be removed and unit
cleaned at the time of sale. Sale subject
to cancellation in the event of
settlement between owner and
obligated party.
Dated this 19th day of January, 2007.
1/1!9, 1/24, 1/26


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In the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit in and for Taylor County, Florida
Case No. 06-603-CA
Robert Melvin Shepherd and Deborah L.
Robert R. Howell and Angela J. Howell,
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to a
Default Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated January 10, 2007 in which Robert
Melvin Shepherd and Deborah L.
Shepherd are Plaintiffs and Robert R.
Howell and Angela J. Howell are
Defendants, I, Annie Mae Murphy, Clerk
of the Court, will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the front steps of
the Taylor County Courthouse in Perry,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m.(or as soon
thereafter) on the 13th day of February,
2007, the following described property
set forth in the Default Final Judgment of
Description: Parcel A-1.825 acres (new
Commence at the NE Corner of the NW
1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 30, T2S, R7E
and run N 89 degrees 33 minutes 43
seconds W, along the Forty line, a
distance of 101.27 feet to the West R/W
line of Red Water Lake Road and the
Point of Beginning; thence from said POB
continue N 89 degrees 33 minutes 43
seconds W, along said forty line, a
distance of. 318.73 feet; thence S 0
degrees 06 minutes 35 seconds W, a
distance of 267.29 feet; thence S 89
degrees 33 minutes 44 seconds E, A
distance of 271,75 feet to the West R/W
line of Red Water Lake Road; Thence run
Northerly Along said R/W Line, Thru a
chord Bearing and distance of N 10
degrees 05 minutes 19 seconds E 271.12
Feet to the Point of Beginning. Said
parcel contains 1.825 acres and Is
located In the NW 1/4 of SE 1/4 of section
30, T2S, R7E, Taylor County, Florida.
Subject to a 20 feet easement along the
North Boundary line.
Description: 20 foot road Easement
Commence at the NE corner of the NW 1/4
of SE 1/4 of section 30, T2S, R7E and run N
89 degrees 33 minutes 43,seconds W,
along the Forty line, 101.27 feet to the
West R/W line of Red Water lake Road
and the Point of Beginning; thence from
said POB continue N 89 degrees 33
minutes 43 seconds W, 318.73 feet; thence
run S 00 degrees 06 minutes 35 seconds
W, 20.00 feet; thence run S 89 degrees 33
minutes 43 seconds E 317.10 feet to said
road R/W line; thence run N 04 degrees 46
minutes 42 seconds E, along said R/W
line, 20.06 feet to the point of beginning.
Parcel identification Number: 30-02-07-
01857-100 -
Any and all bidders, parties, and
Interested persons shall contact the
information desk of the Clerk of Court
for the exact location of said sale.
Any person claiming on interest In the
surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must file a claim within
sixty (60) days after the sale.
If you are a person with a disability who
need any accommodation In order to
participate in this proceeding, you are
entitled, at no cost to you, to the
provision of certain assistance. Please
contact Court Administrator, P.O. Box
1569, Lake City, FL 32056-1569, Ph: 386-
758-2163, within 2 working days of your
receipt of this Notice. If you are hearing
impaired, 1-800-955-8771.
Witness myhaond and the official seal of
this court, this 12th day of January, 2007
at Perry,. Taylor County, Florida.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
1/19, 1/26

Notice is hereby given to Amanda
Louise Glenri unless payment is made
on 1997 Pontiac Grand Am VIN#
1G2NE12T2VC814164 for towing service
on 1/4/2007. Vehicle will be auctioned
on the 14th day of February, 2007 at 10
am at Thomas Chevrolet 2128 Hwy 19
S., Perry, FL

In the Circuit Court of the 3rd Judicial
Circuit, In and for Taylor County, Florida
Civil Division
Case No.: 06-666-CA
Residential Funding Corporation,
Claude E. Plummer, Jr. A/K/A Claude
Eugene Plummer, et al, Defendants.
Notice Is hereby given pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated the
10th day of January, 2007, and entered
In Case No. 06-666-CA, of the 3rd
Judicial Circuit In and for Taylor County,
Florida, wherein Residential Funding
Corporation Is the Plaintiff and Claude E.
Plummer, Jr. A/K/A Claude Eugene
Plummer; Barbara A. Brown A/K/A
Barbara Anr Brown; Unknown spouse of
Barbara A. Brown A/K/A Barbara Ann
Brown; Unknown spouse of Claude E.
Plummer, Jr. A/K/A Claude Eugene
Plummer; Willie L. Glanton, Jr.; John Doe;
Jane Doe as unknown tenants) in
possession of the subject property are
defendants. I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the west door of
the courthouse at the Taylor County
Courthouse, in Perry, Florida, at 11:00
a.m. on the 27th day of February, 2007,
the following described property as set
forth In said Final Judgment, to wit:
Lot 12, Beverly Estates, an unrecorded
Commence at the Northwest corner of
Section 35, Township 4 South, Range 7
East, Taylor County, Florida, and run East
along the centerline of Folsom Street,
1288 feet, run South 00 degrees, 14
minutes, 25 seconds West, 650.87 feet,.
run south 00 degrees, 21 minutes, 40
seconds West, 520 feet, run North 89
degrees, 46 minutes, 10 seconds West
1000.00 feet for a Point of Beginning, run
South 00 degrees, 21 minutes, 40
seconds West, 129.55 feet, run North 89
degrees, 46 minutes, 10 seconds West,
100.00 feet, thence run North 00
degrees, 21 minutes, 40 seconds East,
129.89 feet, thence run South 89
degrees, 34 minutes, 20 seconds East,
100.00 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Together with Doublewlde Mobile Home
ID# 033321A and #033321B. "1993"
Any person claiming an Interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date of

the Lis Pendens must file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
in accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), disabled
persons who, because of their
disabiIlt'les, need special
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact the ADA
Coordinator at 108 N. Jefferson Street,
1st Floor, Perry, FL 32347 or Telephone
Volce/TDD (850)793-0215 prior to such
Dated this 11th day of January, 2007.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
1/19. 1/26

B-7 Perry News-Herald January 26-27, 2007

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In the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit in and for Taylor County, Florida
Civil Action
Case No. 2006-620-CA
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Plaintiff,
Glenn Richter, et al, Defendant(s).
Notice is hereby given pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure
dated January 10, 2007 and entered In
Case No. 2006-620-CA of ,the Circuit
Court.of the Third Judicial Circuit in and
for Taylor County, Florida wherein Wells
Fargo Bank, N.A., is the Plaintiff and
Glenn Richter; Bank of America, N.A.;
Tenant #1 N/K/A Rayisha Haywood;
Tenant #2 N/K/A Keisha McIntyre are ,he
Defendants, I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at 108 N. Jefferson
Street on the Front steps of the Taylor
County Courthouse at 11:00 a.m., on
the 13th day of February 2007, the
following described property as set forth
in said Final Judgment:
Lot 8, Block "D" of Perry Park Subdivision,
as per map or plat appearing of record
In Plat book 1, Page 77, In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Taylor
County, Florida.
A/K/A 701 Julia Street, Perry, FL 32347
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Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any other than
the property owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must file a claim within
sixty (60) days after the sale.
Witness my hand and the seal of this
Court on January 11, 2007.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
1/19, 1/26

In the Circuit Court for Taylor County,
Probate Division
Case No. 06-841-CP
In Re: Estate of Larry Bert Mims,
To all persons having claims or
demands against the above estate:
The administration of the estate of Larry
Bert Mims, deceased, File No. 06-841-
CP, by the -Circuit Court 'for Taylor
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Post Office Drawer
620, Perry, FL 32348. The names and
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representative's attorney are set forth
All interested persons are notified that:
All creditors of the decadent and other
persons having claims or demands
against Decedent's estate on whom a
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publication of this notice or thirty days
after the date of service of a copy of
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persons having claims or demands
against the estate of the decedent
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three months after the date of the first
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B-8 Perry News-Herald
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each Tuesday
and Thursday
Preschool storytime continues at
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on Tuesday from 6:15-6:45 p.m.
and Thursday mornings frm
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January 26-27, 2007

Rotary and TEC partner

for thesaurus donation
Through the Perry Rotary Club's education support program, the Taylor
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TEC officials said they were "proud to have had many opportunities
over the past year to sponsor numerous local organizations."

Pictured above is Principal Jan Walker along with students Evan Grambling, Joshua
Patterson and Caleb Littlepage. On hand for the presentation of the books were Rotarians Jodi
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