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March 2-3, 20017


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Property tax

reform on

the horizon?

Local city and county officials
will be tuned into Tallahassee next
week as the 2007 Florida
Legislative' Session begins
Tuesday with major property tax
reform expected to be high on
their agenda.
A number of proposals have
been announced by various
legislators as well as newly-
elected Gov. Charlie Christ on
how to overhaul the state's
property tax system.
Christ' plan involves doubling
the present $25,000' homestead
exemption on property taxes to
$50,000.
According to statistics available
from the Florida Senate
Committee on Finance and Tax,
Florida's population has grown by
3.7 million people from 1996
through 2006, a 25 percent
increase. Total Florida property
taxes have increased 148 percent
over the same period and 86
percent in just the past five years.
. In Taylor County, property
values have increased 60 percent--
$480 million--since 2001,
sparking a 46 percent or $7.1
million increase in total property
tax revenues over the same period.
According to City of Perry
Manager Bob Brown, the city
could see a loss of as much as
$180,000. annually in ad valorem
tax revenue if the governor's plan
is enacted. That would mark 17-18
percent of the city's total property
tax revenue.
He added that the city. has not
estimated the cost of all of the
,- Please see page 3


WPRY under

new ownership
Perry's original radio station,
WPRY, is now under new
ownership. The new owners,
Perry's -Community Radio, LLC,
representing the partnership of
Melvin Parker, Marcia Parker,
Andy Jackson and Garrett
Jackson, assumed broadcasting at
the station early this year.
"WPRY has been a part of
Taylor County for more than 54
years. We believe that having this
station means it should continue to
be Perry's community radio," said
Melvin Parkei'.
"Our goal is to be of service to
the community. The station
should be more that just national
news and music--local events
should be covered and local
community groups should be able
to get the word out about what
they are doing," he said.
Today (Friday), the station will
switch to a classic country format,
offering a variety ,of country hits
from the 60s to the 90s.
Other recently added features
include a weekly program
spotlighting Taylor County
students, teachers and
administrators.
The station will also continue to
be the exclusive radio broadcaster
for Bulldog sports and school
events.
"We plan on live coverage of
many of the local events in Perry.
So don't be surprised to see us
there," said Office Manager
Marcia Parker.
Currently, WPRY broadcasts
over the Internet at
www.wpry.com and on (satellite)
live 365.
"Today's listeners expect to be
able to listen to local community
"* Please see page 3


Double original estimate




Rail bypass cost: $29 million


The official projected cost for
construction of a railroad bypass
that would divert train traffic away
from downtown Perry has been set
at $29.2 million--nearly twice
initial estimates of $12-15 million.
"I believe that the railroad
bypass is in serious jeopardy. I
don't know where that much
funding will come from," Mayor
Emily Ketring said. "The original


Driver gets

3 years in

prison for

crash death
Charles Michael Craig, 51, ha
pled guilty to driving a car during
a crash in which a Perry woman
and mother of three, Tasha Dr\ er.
was killed and then fleeing thei
scene on foot, after which he lied
about his participation in [he
wreck. He received three years in
prison for his crimes.
On Sept. 4, 2005, officers for the
Florida Highway Patrol inere
called to a crash scene with a
fatality on Golf Course Road.
"Evidence and tire marks clear Iy
showed that the car ran off the
road, re-entered it at a sharp angle.
was overcorrected to the right and
began to overturn," said FHP Sgi.
John L. Haire.
"The driver's door latch
mechanism had been altered and
replaced with a metal bolt and an
S-hook. Damage to the door and
marks on the roadway indicated
that the door had come open
during the crash."
A passenger in the car, Frederick
Stringfellow, was taken to Shand,
Hospital in Gainesville to be
treated for injuries sustained in tdie
crash, and. gave a sworn, taped
interview, saying that, "he was
sitting in the right front passenger
seat of the Chevrolet Blazer. He
also said Driver was seated in the
front center seat and that Craig
was driving and none of them
were wearing seatbelts.
"Stringfellow said when the
SUV began to overturn, the


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estimate we received from the
railroad was about $12 to 15
million and we were developing a
plan that made that amount
feasible, but $29 million..."
"It was a stretch with the $12-15
million estimate. This makes it a
much tougher hurdle. A lot of
people thought this bypass was a
done deal, but this make it less
likely to happen," City Manager


Bob Brown said.
In November, the Taylor.Energy
Center (TEC) committed to
underwriting a cost study for the
bypass after the council expressed
concerns regarding a projected
increase in rail traffic related to the
proposed coal-fired power plant.
TEC also committed $5 million
toward construction of the bypass
or to be used by the city to mitigate


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The trail ended at the
sandy shores of Ft. Pierce.


'We spoke of our horses,
present and past, and
the love they have
brought to our lives and
how fortunate we are
that such beautiful
animals would allow
us this honor.'


the increased rail traffic.
"Initially, I think they (the
railroad and TEC) were looking at
banking the curve of the railroad
line that runs through town so that
the trains could run faster.
However, the city council really
wanted to get everyone focused on
a bypass," Brown said.
"The energy center has made
their commitment and they are


really the only money on the table.
The city doesn't have control over
the outcome. We can facilitate
looking for grants and those types
of funding sources, but since all
the work would be done outside
the city, we would not be eligible
to apply for some of the funding.
There is an existing rail line that
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By CHARLES SADLER
Staff writer
'llt''7 move 'em along an old military road as far as we can and try to
ki cp em out of the woods. If one goes off into the woods, go after him right
at i. And don't try to push them. Just let 'em walk along as slow as they
in am and eat...let 'em go slow.
"And just remember one thing. These are wild swamp cows. They didn't
comt out of somebody's barn. They, ain't used to being drove and they
spoiok easy. If one goes, they all go. They can take off like thunder and
stomp a man and a horse as flat as a pancake before you know what's
happening. So be careful. ".
--From "A Land Remembered" by Patrick D. Smith,
on the early cow drives across Florida
Fi e local horse enthusiasts joined almost 230 others recently for the
20th A.nnual Florida Cracker Trail Ride across Florida to commemorate
the old Florida cow hunters' return trip home following their cross-state
cattle drive at the west coast ports of Florida.
Locals Chris Olson, Betty Jo and Tony Croft, JoAnn Parker and Sharon
Schlick braved the elements, inclement weather and blisters to ride their
horses more than 100 miles from Bradenton to Ft. Pierce for the historic
trip.
Olson said a few months ago, she heard about the ride fr6m friends and
decided to go for it.
"We had to start conditioning our horses before the ride," said Olson, "so
some of us. got together and uent to the Blackw' ir..Forest. near Milton,
where they have a 190,000-acre national forest and a wonderful equestrian
center and rode for four solid days. We put some major miles on the
horses."
On day one, the riders met near Bradenton in a huge pasture, circled the
horse trailers and set up for the beginning of the ride the next morning.
Everyone had their portable corrals for their horses, generators and other
amenities which didn't exist when the original cracker riders made the trip
each year.
"That night, it got cold and began to rain. The wind really picked up,
too," Olson said.
"This ride is very structured and had a specific itinerary. There was a
time for everything. Every morning, we got up at 5:30 a.m., got dressed
and ready, fed, groomed and saddled the horses.
"Then we gathered around the chuck wagons and were fed a delicious,
hot breakfast. After that, the real fun began," Olson added.
During the ride, 15 volunteer outriders kept the procession safe, looking
for any horses which would run into traffic or any other dangers which
could befall the riders.
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Autograph, please
Taylor County's Junior Miss Jennifer Tedder (third from left) was among candidates giving
autographs to "junior" fans Wednesday at City Park.The Perry-Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce hosted a luncheon in honor of the 12 teens who will be seeking the state title
Saturday.


The attorney for the group that is
challenging the issuance of
Buckeye's wastewater discharge
permit has asked that he be
removed from the case.
In papers filed with the State
Division of Administrative
Hearings, Steven A. Medina asks
that he be granted leave to
withdraw as counsel for the
petitioners and the intervenor in
the case.
Medina states he has
"irreconcilable scheduling
conflicts" over the next 10 months
that will prevent him from
handling the case.
"Although he (Medina) has
provided pro bono assistance to
petitioners and the intervenor as a
public service for almost a decade,
this was always with the
understanding .that he could
withdraw from representation at
any time if this becomes necessary
due to his other professional
obligations," Medina states in his
motion.
If Medina's motion is granted, it


would be a second blow this week
to those challenging the Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection (DEP) and Buckeye's
plan to improve the Fenholloway
River.
A federal court judge Monday
denied the Sierra Club's bid to
remove permit-writing authority
from DEP regarding plans to
restore the Fenholloway River.
DEP and Buckeye have
proposed a multi-million dollar
plan to restore the Fenholloway to
fishable-swimmable standards.
The plan calls for numerous
process changes inside the mill as
well as moving the mill's salty
discharge from the upper river to
near the gulf via a 15-mile
pipeline.
Taylor County petitioners listed
in Medina's motion include Ted
and Joy Ezell, Joseph Redmon
Cummings, Sarah P. Paris, William
A. Grantham, Sue Smyrnios,
Ronnie and Rebecca Edwards,
Kay E. Frysinger, Jim and Carole
Taitt and George and Judy Stamos.


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A-2 Perry News-Herald March 2-3, 2007


SDNA evidence put



| Craig behind wheel


Tasha Dione Driver, 26, was killed in this one-vehicle crash that occurred in September
2005 on Golf Course Road.


Former Perry resident is



charged in $43,000 theft


A 24-year employee of Kevin's
:Guns -and Sporting Goods in
Tallahassee has been charged with
stealing nearly $43,000 in
merchandise then selling it for a


discount on eBay.
Bradley Carr, formerly of Perry
and now of Tallahassee, faces 51
counts of dealing in stolen
property and one count of grand


theft.
He turned himself in Tuesday
at the Leon County Jail and
has been released on $25,000
bail.


Land would cost $770,000


;BYPASS
:Continued from page 1
run .virtually to the site. The
railroad doesn't seem really
:interested in the bypass, project.
_ Their stance seems to be you bgildh
it and we'll ,run),on: it," Brawn
;continued. "Through the whole
,process there hasn't seemed to be a
lot of citizen concern or outcry
!about these trains coming through
town and blocking the crossings."
If the bypass project is not an
!option, the city stands to receive up
ito $5 million from TEC to mitigate
the -increased rail traffic through
-the city.
"Those funds could be used for
additional crossing and for
provisions related to emergency
response. But those are decisions
,that would need to be made at that
.time," Ketring said.
According to the bypass report,
'ihe site field investigation occurred
'in early -November. The team
,gained access to the entire 67,000-
ifoot route except for a one-mile
!section referred to as the "Moody"
.property (named for the owner of *
the parcel).
. The proposed segment would


begin at Highway 27,
approximately five miles east of
Perry and tie to the existing rail
line just west of Highway 221 (5.5
miles south of Perry). Much of the
bypass would fall along existing
.Joggingroads that were-reportedly
once rail train routes for I.,-1 r
logging activities in San Pedro
Bay.
Cost estimates for the project
included:
Land acquisition: $770,000.
Mitigaton for .impact on


wetlands : $1,674,000.
Track work (including rails,
ties, etc.): $7,157,000 (material)
and $4,795,000 (labor).
Remove and replace unsuitable
material: $1,891,000.
*, Contractors general and
,diJ.'r irl,.'.. "cOsts: $42'3, l00
(material) and $538,000 (labor).
Contractor's profit: $846,000
(material) and $1,076,000 (labor).
*Indirect expenses, escalation,
sales/use tax and contingency:
$7,095,000.


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PRISON
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driver's door came open and Craig
and Driver were ejected.
"The next day, officers with the
Taylor County Sheriffs
Department arrested Craig on an
outstanding warrant on unrelated
charges. During a subsequent
interview, Craig told Haire that
Driver had been operating the
vehicle during the time of the crash
and that he had been sitting by the
passenger side window," Haire
said. "He also said he didn't
remember the crash, but knew he
was thrown. He said he left the
scene because he knew there was
an outstanding warrant for his
arrest."
During the investigation, Florida
Department of Law Enforcement
crime scene analyst Robert Yao
collected forensic evidence from
the vehicle for analysis. He
collected swabbings of blood
stains from the driver's side front
dash, passenger side door trim,
passenger side of the .interior
windshield and other areas in and
around the vehicle. He also
collected hair from certain areas of
the SUV.
Hair samples were taken from
Driver's body and oral swabs
were taken from Stringfellow and
Craig.
"On May 30, 2006, I received
the final lab report from FDLE.
The report concluded that the
evidence collected from the
Blazer, matched the DNA profiles
of Stringfellow and Driver," said
Yao.
"The locations of these samples
in Various locations within the
vehicle indicated that Stringfellow
and Driver remained inside the
vehicle for a period of time as it
overturned.
"None of the samples matched
the DNA profile of Craig,
indicating that he was not injured


while he was inside of the SUV.
This is consistent with
Stringfellow's statement that Craig
was ejected from the open driver's
door ,as the truck began to
overturn.
"The absence of blood, hair, or
tissue from Craig strongly
suggested that he was not seated in
the right front passenger seat as he
had previously stated," Yao added.
When Craig was later
interviewed, he "repeatedly stated
that he had never driven the Blazer
that day," but when confronted
with the evidence, Craig stated that
he was, "probably under the
influence of alcohol on the
morning of the crash.
"The inconsistencies and
untruthfulness exhibited by Craig


in conjunction with witness
statements and physical evidence
clearly indicated that Craig was
not seated in the right front seat,
but was immediately ejected from
the open driver's door as the crash
began," said Yao.
"Craig's decision to immediately
leave the scene and his attempts to
conceal the fact that he was
involved in the crash in any further
way, indicated his (guilt) in this
crash," Yao added.
Besides three years in prison,
Craig was also ordered to pay $370
in court costs, 100 hours of
community service, restitution to
the family (to be determined
within 60 days) and 10 years
probation to be served following
the prison term.


Reward is offered


in vandalism case

A Perry man is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to
the arrest of the persons) responsible for vandalizing a family mobile
home on Dove Street, in which he stays while in town, according to a
report filed by Perry Police Department Ptl. Dave Gorby.
"He told me that he had been living out of town for the past six
months and when he returned on Feb. 28, he found that his sister's
mobile home had been vandalized," said Gorby.
"Six windows in the 1975 single wide trailer had been broken from
the outside and one window in the back door had also been
broken. The home had severe water damage due to the broken
windows and the ceiling had been ripped down in the bathroom and
in a bedroom.
"A water pipe outside the home with a spigot had been broken
causing a water leak and someone had defecated in the toilet," added
Gorby. "I can only estimate that the trailer received at least $5,000 in
damage."
Anyone with information may call PPD at 584-5121, Taylor
County Sheriffs Office at 584-4225 and remain anonymous.
You may also call Big Bend Crime Stoppers. If you do, according
to PPD Cpt. Jamie Cruse, they will give you a code and if the case is
solved, you may be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000. All calls to
Crime Stoppers are anonymous.


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A-3 Perry News-Herald March 2-3, 2007


Up to 18% in property taxes



City to face heai



if tax reform is p


(L to r) Melvin and Marcia Parker, along with Andy Jackson and Garrett Jackson, are the
new owners of Perry's oldest radio station, WPRY. The station will be broadcasting live from
the Florida Junior Miss program Saturday, March 3, starting at 6 p.m.



Broadcast available on-line


WPRY
Continued from page 1
events from anywhere, even if they
live or work in Tallahassee or
beyond. The Internet makes it


possible to listen to your family
and friends from your desktop
anywhere in the world," said
Technical Director Andy Jackson.
"Being able to download
community events and information


into your iPod is where it's at.
Most people prefer to, listen to
what they want, when, and where
they want. Our community has
become more than just a spot on
the map," said Garrett Jackson.


In Steinhatchee


County seeks grant for boat ramp


The Taylor County Commission
agreed last week to submit a grant
application to acquire some 8.4
acres in Steinhatchee to provide
parking for the proposed boat ramp
in the community.
The grant is through the Florida
Communities Trust Forever
Florida program. Land acquired
through the program will become
public land and will remain so for
perpetuity.
County Grants Coordinator,
Melody Cox warned
commissioners that. this
application will be competing
directly against another application
already approved for the
acquisition of some 45 acres near
the existing Keaton Beach
ramp. This property would also be
Several residents and business


owners from Steinhatchee spoke
during the public hearing, urging
the commissioners to approve the
application.
"We desperately need this," Jim
Zurbrick said. "This may be the
daylight."
"The businesses in town are
suffering," Meg Flemming said,
citing the recent closures of several
marinas in Steinhatchee reducing
public access to the water.
Jim Hunt, representing the
Taylor County Coastal Committee,
reminded commissioners that the
group had listed the Steinhatchee
boat ramp as the number one
priority along the county's coast.
According to County
Administrator Jack Brown, a
portion ofthe land is required to be
et aside ki "cont er'. ation It 'i;
unclear whether there will be


enough land at the location for the
set-asides as well as adequate
parking for the project.
Commissioners voted in August
to move forward with
environmental studies to determine
whether the land is suitable for a
boat ramp and parking as well as
negotiate a price with the property
owners.
In April the board chose the site
after the Steinhatchee Boat Ramp
Committee detailed a two-phase
plan to create a basin, boat ramp
and park.
According to that plan, the ramp
will be located at the canal on the
east side of the old Woods Marina
site, which is on Second Avenue,
between Third and Fourth streets.
The existing canal will be
: dredged ino'a new public: access
canal.


PROPERTY TAX
Continued from page 1
plans that have been proposed until
it becomes clearer which are likely
to be passed.
"We're not wasteful with our
money," Brown said. "Our millage
is about one-half of what it could
be and about two-thirds of what it
is in other places."
If such a plan was implemented,
"We'd have to cut services or raise
rates to keep the same level of
service," Brown said.
He cited the Leon County
Commission's move last week to
put a freeze on all building and
hiring until the legislature makes a
decision on which reforms it will
follow.
"We're not doing that because
we're okay for this year, but as we
start the budget process for next
year, we'll have. to take it into
consideration. It would be like
anyone losing 17-18 percent of
their income," he added.
According to County,
Administrator Jack Brown, the
county is also keeping an eye on
the capital.
"We're taking a careful look at it
and trying to run our own
numbers," Jack Brown said.
He added that they don't have
any definitive estimates at this
time on how it will affect the
county's revenue since there so
many different proposals currently
being considered.
County Property Appraiser
Eldon Sadler said there were 5,074
homesteads in the county in 2006.
Calculating the reduction in
taxable value in the county,
however, is not as easy as
multiplying that number by
$25,000, he warned. Some
properties that are homesteaded in
the county may be valued under
$50,000. A home valued at
$35,000, for instance, would mark


a loss of $10,000 in taxable value
under the governor's plan.
Property taxes have been a local
issue in recent years with the sharp
rise in property values in the
county, especially along the
coast.
Florida TaxWatch, an
independent research institute and
taxpayer watchdog group, recently
published a list of issues and
recommendations to the legislature
including that they assess
commercial property based on
current use.
"The mandate to assess all
property at fair market value, or
'highest and best use,' means that
commercial property is taxed on
what the property can sell for, not
what the value of it is with the
existing business," the report
stated.
"This has created unaffordable
tax liabilities for many businesses,
such as small hotels and
apartments, and small businesses
near the waterfront."
When Representative Will


y loss



passed?|

Kendrick and Senator Nancy
Argenziano held their annual
legislative delegation here in
January, the proposed property tax
reforms were high on their list of
priorities.
Argenziano subsequently held a
meeting in Chiefland to discuss the
issue with local residents and
officials.
One of the most radical
proposals announced recently was
'by House Speaker Marco Rubio in
which a special election would be
held asking Florida voters to pass a
new constitutional amendment
eliminating property taxes for
anyone with a homestead
exemption.
If the amendment was passed, a
new 2.5 percent sales tax would be
implemented to replace the lost
revenue.
In addition, Rubio's plan would
send all local tax rates back to their
2000-01 fiscal year levels as well
as capping the increases a local
government could collect each
year.


;Do you have

,the cutest

.pet in town?

Youth Conquering for a Cure Relay for Life team will hold a yard
sale Saturday, March 3, in the parking lot of Fast Freddy's Car Wash
on East Hampton Springs Road, from 8 a.m. to 12 noon.
The group will also hold a Cutest Pet Photo Contest, "so start
gathering your cutest pet photos," urged Team Captain Brandi Moore.
Photos must be matted 8 x 10's and may be dropped off at Photos
and Frames or Grady Moore Real Estate.
All pictures will be displayed in the window of Photos and Frames.
Deadline for entries is March 30. The entry fee is $5 and awards will
be given for first, second and third place winners.
All proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society.


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A-4 Perry News-Herald March 2-3, 2007


New Arrivals
Landon Garrett Burford
Lance and Sonja Burford of Perry announce the birth of their son,
Landon Garrett, on Feb. 15, 2007, at 7:32 p.m. in Capital Regional
Medical Center, Tallahassee. The new arrival weighed 8 pounds, 5 ounces
and was 20.5 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Ron and Tami Dycus of Perry, and Rich and
Rainey Smigiel of Marianna.
Maternal great grandparents are Mary Alice Hope of Perry, and Ronnie
and Ann Dycus of Perry.
The baby's paternal grandparents are Leslie and Sharon Burford of
Perry. His paternal great grandparents are the late Velma and Clifford
Burford, and the late Nathan and Genevieve Odom.
McKenzie Leigh Anderson
Keith and Jennifer (McGlocklin) Anderson of Sopchoppy announce the
birth of their daughter, McKenzie Leigh, on Jan. 29, 2007, at Capital
Regional Medical Center in Tallahassee. The new arrival weighed 6
pounds, 10 ounces and was 18.75 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Dalene McGlocklin of Perry and the late Tom
McGlocklin. Maternal great-grandparents are the late Cecelia Manners,
C.E. McGlocklin and Frances McGlocklin.
Paternal grandparents are Randy and Nena Anderson of Sopchoppy.
Paternal great-grandparents are Eloise Strickland, and Edward Sumner,
the late George Strickland and the late Opal Anderson Sumner.
McKenzie was welcomed home by her brother Thomas, age 7.


What's the latest craze?
The newest dance/exercise craze, Zumba (pronounced zoom-ba), has found its way to
Perry, combining Latin dance music, with aerobic movements. Fitness interval training and
resistance training are used to "maximize caloric output, fat burning and total body toning,"
said Linda Gunter, one of the teachers for the Tuesday night class at the Catholic Parish Hall.
"It's a good way to mix body sculpting movements with easy-to-follow dance steps. "In the
fitness world," she added, "Zumba is the life of the party."


State Jr. Miss frenzy

will culminate with

Saturday's program


The 12 candidates for the state
i Jr. Miss title have been practicing
Sand partying all week in Taylor
SCounty, juggling the required
preparation with the v.i.p.
treatment they've enjoyed.
Today's calendar calls for a half-
day of practice before lunch is
provided by the Kiwanis Club, and
an "Afternoon of Pampering" gets
underway.
Following dinner--compfinefnits
of the Optimist Club--they will
return for the second dress
rehearsal of the week. The
schedule reads, "Six p.m. until...."
On Saturday, a judges'
orientation is slated for 8 a.m.,
with interviews consuming the
remaining morning hours: 9 a.m.
until noon. Lunch, from Espresso
Yourself, will be served before the
candidates depart for their host




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homes "to rest" before the program
and "enjoy dinner with their host
families."
The program gets underway at 6
p.m. in the Taylor County High
School gymnatorium, and tickets
($10 each) will be available at the
door.
Kelsey Davis, 2005 Montana
Junior Miss, will serve as Mistress
of Ceremonies. .i
In honor of the 50th 'nImiversary
of America's Junior Miss program,
the theme for Saturday night will
be "Through The Years."
"Our opening number will
highlight the five decades that
have passed since America's
Junior Miss began," said Lori
Wiggins.
Wiggins is on the board of
directors for the .state program
which Taylor County is hosting


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for the second consecutive year.
Rick Olcott is serving as chairman
for the program, further assisted by
wife Reba, Gary and Amy
Knowles, Chad and Dana Schwab,
Allison Bishop, Deidra and Randy
Newman.
Reigning Florida Junior Miss
Laura Beard will perform a piano
selection for Saturday's audience
and 2006 talent award winner,
Hannah Bunning. will perform a
musical selection. Both currently
attend the University of Florida.
On Sunday, a Farewell Breakfast
is planned at the Elks Club before
the 12 leave for their homes
throughout the state.


Five generations
There were five generations represented when Curtis
Whitfield celebrated his 97th birthday on Feb. 13. He is
shown holding Addison Grace Colbert, his great, great
granddaughter. Surrounding Whitfield are his daughter,
Marie Hill, grandson Edward Hill, and great granddaughter,
Jessica Colbert.


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Estate, Gift & Trust
Payroll Services
Bookkdeeping Services
Software Training
Estate & Financial Planning

For more information contact
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Blue, Taylor

to say vows

on April 14
Belinda Upshaw of Perry
announces the engagement of her
daughter, Sheila Presstina Blue, to
Ronnie Lee Taylor of Perry, the
son of Gloria and T.T. Taylor of
Port St. Joe, and the late Shirley
Miller.
The bride-to-be is also the
daughter of the late Charlie Mae
Williams and the late Press Blue of
Madison County. She is a
graduate of Madison County High
School and North Florida
Community College, currently
employed at Huddle House.
The prospective groom is A
graduate of Taylor County High
School and works as a laborer in
the farming industry.
An April 14, 2007, wedding is
planned at .1:30 .,p.m. in Oe
Catholic Parish Hall with' a
reception immediately following.
Invitations will be issued, but all
friends and relatives of the couple
are cordially invited to attend.


TSunday Meetings:
Priesthood/Relief Society
'EU CHI SPrimary/Young Women
9:00 am
Woods Creek Rd. Sunday School 10:00 am
Perry, Fla. Sacrament Service 10:50 am
Phone: 850-584-9583 Wednesday Meetings:
Missionaries: 850-584-8097 Young Men/Young Women
Visitors always welcome 7:00 pm


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Sports


Keaton Beach

Fishing Report-


A-6 Perry News-Herald March 2-3, 2007


Sheepshead hit on


Steinhatchee Reef


By PAT McGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Billy Pillow, his son Dec and I
went out to the Steinhatchee Reef
and caught 27 sheepshead which
weighed in at 135 pounds!
Impressive when you consider I
haven't caught, or even seen
or caught five in one day
since 2002! Our top five weighed
28 pounds and the top 11 weighed
60' pounds! I also had two drum
(black) in that mix with one
weighing six-and-a-half pounds.
Maybe there will be a better
sheepshead season...hut beware we
fished eight different anchorings
and we can pull them!
Oh the trout scene? Here is an
educated guess...most of the trout
out there will be sluggish and hit
in 4-7 feet and probably take the
stronger tide flow which this
weekend will be from 7:40 a.m.
low -.04 ft. to the high at 2:02
p.m. of- 2.9 ft. Friday and the
same tide, i.e. the morning low to
the afternoon high, on Saturday.
I would be surprised if you can
find too many trout in shallow
water...as the extreme cold weather
of a couple of weeks ago should
have forced those few large trout,
which may have still been


lingering in close, to bug out for
survival!
Some fish may be holding in
the larger creeks like the 10 which
Jeff Suber of Tallahassee caught in
Dallus Creek this past weekend.
However, I would expect if you
find any number of fish, you will
be on trout which have been
surviving on shrimp, out in 4-7
feet of water.
Fish MirrOlure's New
MirrOdines in Electric Chicken in
4-5 feet on the last hour of the
incoming tide.
I would throw Assassin's New
Slurp in New Penny or Electric
Chicken or use 4-inch Seashads in
Electric Chicken, Candy Corn, and
Space Guppy all fished under the
2.5-inch Oval Cajun Thunder with
a 45-inch leader.
I would try for reds in two feet
of water with Thunder-Spins with
Texas Roach, Orange Gold Shiner
and Red Gold shiner tails on them.
That's it. I am going to make
those predictions and I hope some
of you will e-mail 'me your results
after this first weekend of trout
fishing and either confirm or refute
my guesses!
Good luck out there...'til next
week!


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Rack scoring

is March 10th
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission's
(FWC) reserve officers will score
deer antlers next week in Live
Oak.
The scoring will be from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. March 10 at R&R
Tractor Parts, Guns and Ammo,
944 N. Ohio Ave. A seminar
featuring turkey and deer calls also
will be featured at the event.
Refreshments will be provided.
Hunters who have taken a buck
can have the antlers scored to
compare with other Florida deer
taken in previous seasons. The
deer must have been taken in
Florida by fair-chase methods.
Antlers scoring 100 points or
more qualify for the Florida Buck
"Registry
egistry/default.htm> and the
owner will receive a certificate
suitable for framing.
The Florida Buck Registry was
established in 1982 to provide
hunters with h record of the
number and quality of white-tailed
deer taken in Florida and to give
recognition to Florida hunters.
For more information, call
Cheryl Clark at (386) 362-2651.


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Bulldog baseball team
Members of the 2007 Taylor County High varsity baseball team include, front row (left to right): Zach Knowles, Derek
Miller, Gerald Walker, Taylor Ratliff, Ethan Young, Greg Flowers and Nick Allbritton. Back row: Head Coach Kelly Armstrong,
Kendall Thompson,. Josiah Anderson, Drew Mock, Brandon Mock, Dusty Knight, Josh Gilbreath, Will Hall and Assistant Coach
Danny Glover.



Miller blasts 3-run homer in NFC loss


Taylor County High pitcher
Derek Miller threw six strong
innings here Tuesday and blasted a
three-run homer over the
centerfield fence but it proved too
little as the Bulldogs fell to North
Florida Christian 6-5. -
Miller's third-inning homer put
the 'Dogs on top 5-2 through six
innings put NFC answered back
with a three-run homer themselves
plus another run to grab the

Fish tourney

is March 17th
Steinhatchee Community Pro-
jects Board and Taylor Tourism
Council invites everyone' to the
6th Annual Steinhatchee
Community Fishing Tournament
to be held Saturday, March 17,
|from,7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Weigh in this year will be either
at Steinhatchee Community Cen-
ter or Keaton Beach Marina.
Some $3000 in prizes will be
awarded plus an assortment of,
raffle prizes during the day at
Steinhatchee. Prizes will be
distributed from Steinhatchee
Community Center.
There is a $30 entry fee for each
person in the boat. Tournament
tickets are available in
Steinhatchee from Sea Hag
Marina, Riverhaven Marina,
Fiddlers Restaurant, Tackle Outlet,
Crabbie Dads, Bennett's True
Value in High Springs and Keaton
Beach Marina and Motel in Keaton
Beach.


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victory.
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left-hander pitched six and two-
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Taylor County High

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Feb.20
Feb.22
Feb.27
March 1
Mar.6
Mar.8
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Mar.15
Mar. 16,
Mar. 26
Mar. 29
April 4
April 5

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H- Chiefland
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H-Jefferson
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@ Hamilton
@ Chiefland
@ Madison
@ Jefferson
H- Hamilton
H- Aucilla-
H- Mayo
H- Florida High
H- John Paul
H- Madison
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Redfish
Blues, etc.


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NO Fishing License Required For Customers
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hits while striking out six and
walking only two.
Brandon Mock, who came on in
relief for Miller, went 1-3 at the
plate including an RBI. Will Hall
was also credited with an RBI and
a run scored.
The Bulldogs were slated to take
on district rival Hamilton County
Friday at 7 p.m. at Perry's Pace
Field. That game will be preceded
by the jayvee matchup from both
schools at 4 p.m.
Continuing their district
schedule, Taylor County will
travel to Madison Tuesday for a 5
p.m. contest.


One
IMor e Cost
Guide Service
Operating from
Keaton Beach Marina
(850) 584-9145
U.S.C.G. License
Pat 200 Kate Dr.
McGriff Perry, FL 32348


RELAY RELAY
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Entry Fee $4000 per angler
No Ticket Required for Kids 12 & Under.
Kids must be accompanied by parent or guardian with ticket
Ticket Sales Locations:
Big Bend Marine 850 584 5977 Wilson's Bail & Tckle -850-584-6157
Kenton Beach Marina 850 578 2897 Apperance First/Ton Easy- 850 584 4323
Seae Hog Marina 352 498 3008

Largest Legal Gag Grouper (Big Bend Marine) $1,000
2nd Largest Legal Gag Grouper (South House) ............................. $500
Largest Legal Speckled Trout (CDI Custom Design Industries)............... $800
2nd Largest Legal Speckled Trout (Bennett's Auto Body) .................. $300
Largest Legal Redfish (Flint Equipment & H.B. Tuten, Jr. Logging).............. $800
2nd Largest Legal Redfish (Timberland Ford) ................................. $300
Largest Sheepshead (Taylor Framing)............................................ $300
Total Cash Payout ................................................................. $4,000


SPONSORS:
Big Bend Marine 221 & Keaton Beach Gas 'N Grill Magnolia Bay Marina & Resort
CDI Custom Design Industries Flint Equipment & H.B Tuten, Jr. Logging
Steinhatchee River Development Company
South House Nature Coast Eyecare Institute Winn Dixie Cox Electronic of Perry, Inc. Sea Tow Buckeye
Evangel Christian Fellowship Timberland Ford Taylor Framing Advanced Auto Parts Wilson's Bait & Tackle
Bennett's Auto Body Bassett's Dairy Products, Inc. Scales & Tails Charters Ragan's Ace Hardware
Jack's Boats Weiss True Value Citizen's Bank of Perry Capital City Bank K-Mart
Grady Moore Real Estate, Inc. Photos, Frames & Trophies Apperance First/Tan Easy
Call for Tickets & Other Information: Justin Webb 850-843-1993 Jeff Myers 850-843-1939
John Curry 850-584-4610 J.D. High 850-371-1560 Philip Mann 850-843-1843


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Religion


A-7 Perry News-Herald March 2-3.2007


Barbecue precedes gospel sing Saturday


Kirklands, Master's Men to perform
Perry First Church of God will welcome March with an evening of
"great food and fellowship" on Saturday, March 3. A free barbecue
chicken dinner is planned at 5:30 p.m. with the concert following at 7. The
Kirklands and The Master's Men Quartet will be featured.
For more information, please contact the church at 584-7992.
Concert slated at Forest Capital Park
Eric Lovett and Eternal Praise will be in concert at Forest Capital Park

Obituaries


Donald Odette Ward
Donald Odette Ward, 81, died
Feb. 21, 2007, at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Ward was born in Cross City
and had been a resident of Perry
for 45 years. A World War II
veteran of the U.S. Navy, he
retired from Buckeye Cellulose
Corporation after 25 years. He was
a member of Calvary Baptist
Church.
Survivors include: his wife of 27
years, Lou Ella Ward; six sons,
Don Ward of South Carolina, Tim
Ward of Welborn, Wayne Shaw of
Alpharetta, Ga., Rod Shaw of
Woodbridge, Va., Randy Shaw of
Suwannee, Ga., and Tim Shaw of
Columbus, Ohio; one daughter,
Cindy Woods .of Cross City; 13
grandchildren; 10 great
grandchildren; and a host of nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Friday, Feb. 23, at 1 p.m. at
Calvary Baptist Church with Ben
Kimmel and Jeremy Lundy
officiating. Interment followed at
Cross City Cemetery.
Family members received
friends Thursday from 6 until 8
p.m. at Joe P. Bums Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to Calvary Baptist
Church Sanctuary Building Fund,
2959 Golf Course Rd.,'Perry, FL
32348; or to Big Bend Hospice.


Burns Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Edward P. Cane
Edward P. Cane, 91, of Perry,
died Feb. 26, 2007, at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital.
Born in Syracuse, N.Y., he
moved to Perry in 1998 from
Spring Hill. Mr. Cane was a
purchasing agent for the State of
New York, a U.S. Air Force
veteran of World War II and a
member of Blue Creek Baptist
Church in Keaton Beach.
Survivors include: his wife,
Virginia Cane; three sons, Richard
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PERSONALS
I love you. Meet me Sunday.
Our special place. I'll be waiting.
"Beloved, let us love one another, for love is of God; and
everyone who loves is born of God and knows God. He
who does not love does not know God, for God is Love."
1 John 4:7-8
Lakeside Baptist Church
"A Place to Call Home"


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


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


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Chance Glanton
is turning "3"
Happy 3rd
Birthday
Feb. 29, 2007
Love.
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on Saturday, March 3, at 6 p.m with special guests Sherri Blackerby and
Ashley Welbom. Door prizes will be awarded, including CD's, t-shirts, gift
cards and a video iPod.
Parish Mission scheduled
Deacon Jeff Trumps will speak at all masses at Immaculate Conception
Catholic Church this weekend, March 3-4. The Parish Mission will be
March 4-7 at 7 p.m. at the church. Everyone is invited.
Revival begins in Steinhatchee
Melvin and Sarah Jones will bring song and testimony to Friendship


Chapel Church of God in Steinhatchee beginning Sunda\. :\uirch 4 at
p.m.
Revival services will continue at the church. 'nhd p, through
Wednesday, at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome.
Public auction is Saturday
There will be a public auction on Saturday at 3 p.m. at li.iig \\;iter
Worship Center, behind Fast Freddy's. A preview of item beings at 12:30
p.m. Proceeds from this auction will go toward reslori-nge hc irool of thli
main church, the playground equipment and the youth center.
Chicken dinners, nachos, hot dogs and beverages will he sold.


Prayer breakfast slated for March 10


By B.D. WILLIAMS
New Jerusalem Primitive Baptist
Church with the Rev. Gregory
Huston, pastor, will have a prayer
breakfast Saturday, March 10, at
8:30 a.m. for a $3 donation. The
guest speaker will be Mother
Margaret McGrew and the theme is
"Pray Without Ceasing."
The friends of the city wish to
extend their deepest," heartfelt
sympathy to Mrs. Louise Taylor


and her family in the loss of her
sister, Mrs. Annie Mae Neely, who
passed recently at her home. The
funeral service will be held
Saturday, March 3, at 1 p.m. in
Springhill Missionary Baptist
Church.
May we say to the family,
"When waves of affliction sweep
over the soul and sunlight is hidden
from view, whenever you are
tempted to fret or complain, just


( ;St.1 Johns Christian
Fellowship
`,'tday Sk hool 10:00 a.m. Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
1q' t niig Worship 11:00 a.m. Study/Prayer Meeting
... rsery and Childien s Ainistry Providhd
-t' ,locat i. at the intersection of Puckett Rd and Golf Course Rd.)
,Matk McElfresh, pastor 584-7251

Welcome to
St. James Episcopal Church
Sunday Services:
Holy Eucharist: 8:00 a.m.
Sunday School: 9:00 a.m.
Holy Eucharist: 10:00 a.m.
Nursery Available
Located at 1100 W. Green St.
Church Office: 584-7636
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
601 West Ash Street


Sunday Evening
Wed. Bible Class


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


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


MAYO
MANNA
HOUSE


March 1 to April 30,
2007, we are having a
FUND DRIVE TO
MATCH A
CHALLENGE GRANT.
These donations can
be food, cash,or checks as
well as pledges
(tax deductible).

These funds, as well as the
grant, will permit adding a
36 foot by 80 foot four
room addition to the back
of the existing building.
This will permit adding a
bedroom, displaying more
clothing, household items,
furniture, books, and
better food distribution.
Any and all donations are
greatly appreciated.

Send checks to:
Mayo Manna House
2849 E. US 27
Mayo, FL 32066
Drop off food or any
donations at
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'This was an extraordinary experience'


TRAIL
Continued from page 1
"This is truly a unique trail ride,
"Olson added, "in that it takes
place for seven continuous days,
with the riders riding on the
shoulder of the road.
"As we passed through Manatee,
Hardee, Highlands, Okeechobee
and St. Lucie counties, there was
two sheriffs escorts; one in the
front of the riders and one behind,"
she added.
The riders stopped every two
hours to rest themselves and their
horses, and take water and
bathroom breaks. Every day, when
half the miles had been ridden, the
riders would stop and see to their ,
horses, securing them.
A bus would shuttle them back
to their horse trailers. Then they
drove their trailers to a designated
ranch, dropped the trailers and
were shuttled back to their horses.
This was the daily routine.
The riders would then saddle up
and ride the rest of the day's
journey to the individual ranches
and set up camp. Entertainment
was provided nightly after dinner.
The riders were actually fed three
hot meals every day.
During the trip, huge water
trucks, donated by Ring Power,
followed the procession, as did.
another truck loaded with portable
bathrooms.
"Along the trail, several horses


were overcome and would fall
out," said Olson. "If the horse
looked bad or was acting up or
they thought the rider might get
hurt, the would pull you off the
horse, load it up in a trailer and put
you in a bus for a while. The horse
would have time to calm down and
get some rest.
"Along the ride, we (the Perry
five) would break away from the
others if we saw a pond. We would
take the saddles off the horses and
let them splash around a bit.
"At one point, we left the ride
and rode down to the Kissimmee'
River," she added. "It was
beautiful."
On the last day of the ride, the
horsemen and horsewomen rode
into Ft. Pierce and paraded through
the streets. It was the culmination
of Frontier Florida Fest, sponsored
St. Lucie County, and celebrates
the historic cracker ride.
Olson and company went
directly to an, alternative beach
chmp which had been made for the
riders and enjoyed some saltwater
action.
."This was an extraordinary
experience," said Olson. "At night,
our group from Perry would sit
around by our trailers, exhausted,
but still able to talk and laugh.
"We would speak of the day's
ride and wonder what the next
day's trail would bring. We spoke
of the origins of the ride, and
wondered how many thousands of


Obituaries


(Continued from page 7)
P. Cane of Perry, Robert Cane of
St. Augustine and James Cane of
Logan, Utah; a sister, Marguerite
Stevens of New Paltz, N.Y.; four
grandchildren; and 14 great-
grandchildren.
Turner Funeral & Cremation
Center in Spring Hill is in charge
.of arrangements.

Jerry L. Crum
Graveside services for Jerry L.
Crum, 61, will be held Saturday,
March 3, 2007, at Evergeen
Cemetery in Greenville.
He died Thursday, March 1.
Matthew Harlen Cruce
Matthew "Mack" Harlen Cruce,
87, former head of forestry over
Gipsons Pasture/Canal Timber,
died Feb. 28, 2007, in Perry.
Mr. Cruce was a native of
Madison and had live in Perry
most of his life. He served during
World War II in the U.S. Army in
the Americal Division.
While in the service, he served
in the battles and campaigns of
Guadalcanal, Northern Solomens
as well as the Philippines. He was
a member of San Pedro Baptist
Church.
Survivors include: his daughter
and son-in-law, Shelia and Rod
Baumgardner of Perry; a step-
daughter, Sandra Browning of
Perry; and a step-son, Bill O'Steen
of Perry.


He was preceded in death by his
wife, Edna Cruce, and a son,
Jimmy Cruce.
Funeral services will be held
Sunday, March 4, at 2 p.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home in Perry.
Interment with military honors
will follow at Woodlawn
Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends Saturday from 6 until 8
p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home,
which is in charge of
arrangements.

Troy Edward Taylor
Troy Edward Taylor, 81, a
retired Department of Defense
security officer of 20 years, died
Feb. 28, 2007, in Tallahassee.
A native of Bumpus Mills,
Tenn., Mr. Taylor moved to Perry
from Jacksonville in 1990. He
served in the U.S. Army during
World War II and was a member of
First Baptist Church.
Survivors include: his wife of 50
years, Patricia Taylor of Perry; one
son, Glenn R. Taylor of Pomama
Park; one daughter, Patricia
Annette Taylor of Perry; and a host
of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held
today, March 2, at 11 a.m. at Beggs
Funeral Home in Perry. Interment
will follow at Midway Cemetery in
Madison.
Family members will receive
friends one hour prior to the service
at Beggs Funeral Home, which is in
charge of arrangements.


horses and cattle had taken this
same route since the 1800s.
"We spoke of how tough those
early trailriders must have been
and how thankful we were for our
trucks, trailers and generators. But
most of all, we spoke of our horses,
present and past, and the love they
have brought to our lives and how
fortunate we are that such beautiful
animals would allow us this honor.
It was a great ride."
"They traveled fast on light
rations. They were worn down to
assemblages of bones that kept
moving forward...At night, they
tried to camp near water, to cool
their feet and wash the sweat from
their bodies...they had no change.
of clothing, and washed their shirts
by starlight or by moonlight, in
running water.cooked hoe-cake in
a palm leaf in hot ashes and
roasted what fish they stopped to
catch. They sat each night by their
campfire, staring wearily at the
embers."
From Jacob's Ladder, by
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings on the
original Florida Cracker Ride.


Five Taylor Countians recently joined 230 other riders for the cross Florida Cracker Trail
Ride. The riders spent seven days on their horses, riding from Bradenton to Ft. Pierce--the
same route Florida cattle herders have taken since the 1800s. Shown above, not in order,
are JoAnn Parker, Sharon Schlick, Chris Olson, Betty Jo and Tony Croft, who made the
ride.


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What did Oscar night deliver?


So the Oscars have come and gone. The pageantry and
the mutual backslapping are over.
As is always the case, Sunday night's Academy
Awards held a few surprises, several not-so-surprises
and at least one movie unrightfully snubbed.
Talk show host Ellen Degeneres will go down as a
pretty mediocre host. She had a couple of good bits as
the night dragged ever so slowly to its conclusion, but
she was upstaged not only by Jerry Seinfield (who was
on the air for all of three minutes), but also a singing trio
consisting of Will Ferrell, Jack Black and John C. Reilly.
As far as the awards themselves, I could agree with
most, live with some and was downright upset at others.
F managed a respectable 10-11 on my picks, finishing
just shy of .500.
Best Short Film Live Action
Pick: none
Award: "West Bank Story"
I would have never pegged this as a comed. from the
title, but the clips they showed Sunday night make me
want to hunt this one down.
Best Short Film Animated
Pick: none
Award: "The Danish Poet"
I was pulling for "The Little Match Girl." as t
was a beautiful return to traditional animation
for Disney, but it wasn't meant to be apparently.
Best Documentary Short Subject
Pick: none
Award: "The Blood of Yingzhou District"
I have to give credit to those who can take a
subject such as AIDs in China (which I honestly
didn't know was such a problem), and make a
concise short film.
Best Documentary Feature
Pick: "An Inconvenient Truth"
Award: "An Inconvenient Truth'
This one was never in question, especially after
former Vice President Al Gore and his actor-in-annrms
Leonardo DiCaprio took the stage earlier in the night.
Best Foreign Language Film
Pick: "Pan's Labyrinth"
Award: "The Lives of Others" -
This was a bit of a surprise for me.
especially after "Pan's Labyrinth" picked up -.
several awards early. I can't say for sure that
Guillermo del Toro's fantasy was the best
film, but I was sure rooting for it.
Best Animated Feature Film
Pick: "Cars" Award: "Happy Feet" '
_The Academy bucked the trend with
this one. Personally, I feel "Cars" was a
better film, but perhaps the
environmentally friendly messages in "Happy Feet" put
it over the top in the new "green" Hollywood.
Best Achievement in Visual Effects
-c :Pick: "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest"
Award: "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest"
Best Achievement in Sound Editing
Pick: "Letters from Iwo Jima"
Award: "Letters from Iwo Jima"
This would be the only award Clint Eastwood's
World War II drama would win Sunday night.
Best Achievement in Sound
Pick: "Pirates of the Caribbean': Dead Man's Chest"
Award: "Dreamgirls"
:"Dreamgirls" sure lost a lot of its steam going into
Sunday night, with this being one of only two awards the
film managed to pick up.
Best Achievement in Makeup
Pick: "Pan's Labyrinth"
:.: Award: "Pan's Labyrinth"
;: This was part of a one-two punch "Pan's Labyrinth"
had to open the ceremony. It was definitely the right
choice. Many other directors would have gone with
special effects to achieve the same visuals and the end
results would not have looked as good.
Best Achievement in Costume Design
Pick: "Curse of the Golden Flower"
Award: "Marie Antoinette"
Best Original Song
Pick: One of the three songs from "Dreamgirls"
Award: "I Need To Wake Up" by Melissa Etheridge
from "An Inconvenient Truth"
Did I say it was a bad night for "Dreamgirls?" The
:musical didn't even win Best Song.
Best Original Score
Pick: "Pan's Labyrinth" Award: "Babel"
The music in "Pan's Labyrinth" was perfectly
'haunting and stuck with me for days after seeing the
film. I've heard a number of people mention that some of
the music in "Babel," including the snippet played
Sunday night, sounds almost identical to themes in
HBO's hit show "Deadwood."
Best Achievement in Art Direction
Pick: "Dreamgirls"
Won: "Pan's Labyrinth"
This one I'm not sorry to be wrong about. I was
pulling for "Pan's Labyrinth" on this one, but figured
"Dreamgirls" would pick up more than it did.
Best Achievement in Editing
Pick: "United 93"
Award: "The Departed"
Best Achievement in Cinematography
Pick: "Children of Men"
Won: "Pan's Labyrinth"
After raving about "Pan's Labyrinth" so much, I'm
.now going to jump ship for a moment and say that this
was a travesty. "Children of Men" had some of the best
camera work I've seen. It truly helped elevate the movie
to one of my favorites of last year.
Best Adapted Screenplay
Pick: "The Departed"


Award: "The Departed"
Although this was the last chance for "Children of
Men" to avoid a complete snub Sunday, I can't be too
upset with this one. The writers for "The Departed"
managed to take a Hong Kong film (I mistakenly said it
was Korean in my previous column and the announcer
Sunday night said it was Japanese) and make it an
American classic that should stand the test of time.
Best Original Screenplay
Pick: "Pan's Labyrinth"
Award: "Little Miss Sunshine"
I was probably reaching a bit with this pick, but it
would have been nice to see "Pan's Labyrinth" take a big
award home, especially after getting upset for Best
Foreign Film. "Little Miss Sunshine," however, was a
great film and had a great story and dialogue. It's also
nice to see a more comedic film get noticed. At the time,
I thought this could be the beginning of some
Smornentunm for the movie.
Best Director
Pick. Martin Scorsese ("The Departed")
A' ard: Martin Scorsese ("The Departed")
All I can say... it was about time. Scorsese is
nov' one for six. If he hadn't won this time, he
S might as well have stopped coming.
Best Supporting Actress
Pick: Jennifer Hudson ("Dreamgirls")
A\'. ard: Jennifer Hudson ("Dreamgirls")
This award was pretty much a lock from the
moment the. nominations were announced. The
former 'American Idol" star has now entered the
select te\\ actors and actresses to earn an Academy
I A, ard ,% ith his or her first role. One has to wonder
h,8. h Be~once Knowles feels. The movie was
S upposed to be her big break into movies.
Best Supporting Actor
KA Pick: Eddie Murphy ("Dreamgirls")
A ard Alan Arkin ("Little Miss Sunshine")
4 There \< as little chance that all four frontrunners
% ere going to win their acting awards and it turned
out Eddie Murphy was the one to fall short.
., Best Actress
Pick: Helen-Mirren.('.The Queen I
Award: Helen Mirren ("The Queen")
If Jennifer Hudson was a lock, this one
P wa set in stone. Helen Mirren's role in
"The Queen" as the queen was definitely
o worthy of the award.
Best Actor
Pick: Forest Whitaker ("The Last
King of Scotland")
Award: Forest Whitaker ("The
Last King of Scotland")
Peter O'Toole, who was awarded an "honorary
Academy Award last year, was once again passed over
this year. By all accounts, however, Forest Whitaker
gave the performance of his career as Idi Amin.
Best Picture
Pick: "The Departed"
Award: "The Departed"
All five movies nominated for Best Picture had picked
up at least one award when it was time to announce the
winner of the final Oscar of the night. "Little Miss
Sunshine" appeared to have momentum with its wins for
Best Supporting Actor and Best Original Screenplay.
Although "Babel" was pretty silent except 'for Best
Original Score, so was "Crash" last year when it upset
the heavily favored "Brokeback Mountain." I have seen
three of the five nominated films, and although I liked
"The Queen" and "Little Miss Sunshine" was
uncommonly good, I feel the right movie was awarded.
It didn't make up for the missteps earlier in the night
--it will be a while before, I get over the snub of
"Children of Men"--but at least it ended on a good note.
* * *' *
Looking ahead, March has a full slate of movies
opening wide starting today with "Black Snake Moan,"
starring Samuel L. Jackson as a blues man and Christina
Ricci as a wild woman; "Wild Hogs," a comedy starring
Tim Allen, John Travolta, Martin Lawrence and William
H. Macy as a group of suburban men who take a
motorcycle road trip; and "Zodiac," a thriller directed by
David Fincher about the infamous serial killer.
Next week, the only film opening is "300," based on
the graphic novel of the same name by Frank Miller
about' the ancient battle of Thermopylae.
On March 16, five movies open wide: "Dead
Silence," a new horror film from the people behind the
"Saw" movie; "Premonition," a thriller about a woman.
(Sandra Bullock) who sees her husband's death before it
happens; "Shooter," an action film starring Mark
Wahlberg about a man framed for an assassination
attempt on the president; "Sunshine," an action sci-fi
movie about an attempt to restart the sun; and "I Think
I Love My Wife," directed by and starring Chris Rock.
Not to be outdone, five more films open on March 23,
with "The Hill Have Eyes II," the sequel to the
successful horror film from last year; "The Last
Mimzy," a family film about two siblings who develop
special abilities after receiving a box of toys from the
future; "Pride," the latest sports movie, this time about
a swim team; "Reign Over Me," a drama about a man
(Adam Sandier) who lost his family during 9/11 and
tries to reconnect with his college roommate (Don
Cheadle); and "TMNT," the return of the Teenage
Mutant Ninja Turtles of 90s pop culture lore.
Finally, on March 30, we have "Blade of Glory," a
comedy about ice skating starring Will Ferrell;
"The Lookout," a crime movie about a bank heist;
"Meet the Robinsons," the latest animated film from
Disney; "Rescue Dawn," a war drama about a downed
Vietnam War pilot; and "Skinwalkers," a horror/action
film about werewolves.


The world-renown Borodin Quartet will be holding a concert Sunday, March 11, as part of
the 12th season of the Tallahassee Artist Series. The concert, which is scheduled to begin at
2:30 p.m., will be held at Opperman Music Hall. For more information about The Artist
Series, the Borodin Quartet or to purchase tickets, visit www.theartistseries.com. Tickets are
also available by calling 850-224-9934.


Borodin Quartet is next leg


of Tallahassee Artist Series


The Tallahassee Artist Series
will host the world-acclaimed
Borodin Quartet Sunday, March
11, at 2:30 p.m.
The concert, which is the third in
The Artist Series' 12th season, will
be held at Opperman Music Hall
on the Florida State University
campus.
The Borodin Quartet is
celebrating its 60th anniversary
this season performing repertoire
ranging from Mozart to Stravinsky.
Formed in 1945 by students
from the Moscow Conservatoire as
the Moscow Philharmonic Quartet,
-the ensemble changed its name to
the Borodin Quartet 10 years later.
-The world's longest-lived string
quartet, the Borodin Quartet has an
unparalleled reputation and
history.
Cellist Valentin Berlinsky has
performed with the quartet from its
inception. Second violinist Andrei
Abramenkov became a member in
1975. First violinist Ruben


Aharonian and violist Igor Naidin
both joined the group in 1996.
Each member has been honored
with awards and critical-
recognition individually. Primarius
Aharonian has won prizes at
international competitions
including the Enescu, Montreal
and Tchaikovsky Competitions.
The Borodin Quartet's particular
affinity with Russian repertoire
was stimulated by their early, close
relationship with Dmifry
Shostakovich, who personally
supervised their work on his string
quartets..
Widely regarded as the
definitive interpretations, the
Borodin Quartet recorded the first
and second editions of the
complete quartets.
This season, they are performing
the complete Beethoven quartets in
Amsterdam's Concertgebouw and
Vienna's Musikverein and the
complete Shostakovich quartets in
Ottawa. The Borodin Quartet


celebrated its 60th anniversary and
Berlinsky's 80th birthday with gala
concerts in Moscow in January
2005.
Major concert halls throughout
the world have honored the quartet
this season. Anniversary galas
were presented at London's
Wigmore Hall and at the Theatre
des Champs-Elysees in Paris in
May with concerts this year in
Madrid, Zurich, Geneva, Brussels,
Munich, Lisbon, Athens, Cologne,
Istanbul, Berlin, Prague, Mexico
City, New York and Washington,
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Borodin Quartet or their
performance'W" March' 11, visit
www.TheArtistSeries.com. Tickets
are available at Beethoven &
Company, Music Masters, the FSU
Fine Arts Ticket Office and by
calling 850-224-9934.
Tickets are priced as follows:
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$10 for students.


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Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
800-322-3602 www.tlccc.org

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"Hairspray"
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O'Connell Center, Gainesville
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800-322-3602 www.tlccc.org
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March 15-17
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* Editor's Note: World War II veteran
Frank Hall is remembered best by those
Who knew him as a straight-talker--
someone who was never shy about
voicing his opinion. It was that same
strength of character that saw him
through nearly two years of combat in the
Asiatic/Pacific Theater and earned him a
bronze Star. Hall died Wednesday, Feb.
21, at the age of 91. We honor his
memory by reprinting the following
feature which appeared in the May 1997
Perry News-Herald.
; Frank Hall is a tall, robust man
with striking gray hair and a
booming voice.
In.his 81 years he has gone from
the days of horse and buggy to a
Buick Roadmaster that somehow
suits him like no other American-
inade car could.
His accomplishments are wide
and varied, from a successful run
as pitcher with the Milford East
Shore Baseball League--they were
state champs for three years
running--to stints in the printing
business and even chicken
farming.
: But by far, the most important
thing he ever accomplished was
I'getting.out of the war alive and in
bne piece."
' He saw 17 months of combat in
the Asiatic-Pacific Theater during
World War I, earning the Bronze
Star and several other medals of
honor.
At the time of his discharge in
November 1945, Hall received the
ribbons denoting those medals, but
failed to be presented with the
medals themselves.
1 (That oversight was corrected on
lMay 27, 1997, when Congressman
'Allen Boyd presented the Bronze
Star to Hall during a ceremony
(held- on the front. steps of the
'Taylor County Courthouse.)
Z Hall was 26 years old when he
received draft notice into the U.S.
[Army.
He recites the opening lines

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from the draft letter as if he had
received it yesterday: "Friends and
neighbors have chosen you to
represent them in the Armed
Forces...
"That was it. They shone a light
in one ear and if it didn't come out
the other, you were in."
There was no question in Hall's
mind why he was going to be a
soldier.
"Pearl 'Harbor. We knew what


we were going for."
He was assigned to the 77th
Infantry, a New York outfit "with
men who had probably never
walked on dirt or grass" before
their stint with Uncle Sam.
"We were all types, but the Army
brought us together. We had a lot
of good boys.
"We were well-trained...we had
it all, from mountain training to
jungle to amphibious."


Veteran Frank Hall was presented a Bronze Star for his
service during World War II 42 years after being discharged-
from the Army.


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After six weeks in Hawaii, the
solders were on a ship to the
Pacific and "all hell broke loose."
The men climbed down rope
ladders to little ships which took
them to shore for front-line island
invasions.
In the course of his combat time,
Hall was to descend that rope
ladder five times.
"One group would hit the beach
here, another there and you just
kept moving. The Japs were dug
in. At night you'd dig a foxhole for
yourself and shoot anything that
moved. The next day, you just kept
driving in."
Combat offered little time for
reflection.
"Each day came, you just
wanted to get it over with. I wish
now I'd taken better note of things.
"I did the best I could, like a lot
of other people. It seems like in
combat, the best comes out in
everybody."
Defeat was never a
consideration.
"We knew we were going to win.
\\e got that feeling. I don't think
any American thought we were
gonna get whipped."
Hall's division was combat
loaded and poised to invade
Japan when the atom -bomb was
dropped.,
The soldiers' reaction to the
news? "They should have dropped
it sooner."
Once the war was over, Hall's
discharge was complete in a matter
of weeks and he was stateside. One
week out of the service and he was,
back at work, a move he now
regrets.
"I should have taken more time.
Should have taken that college
course they were offering."
Reflecting on his service, Hall
said, "We made the world safe for
democracy. Look at it now. How
useless it was. The Japs won the
peace."


Austins iayior roots ran


Editor's, Note: It isn't often you get to
:share your birthday with an entire city,
[but that is just what Milie Austin did...both
Ishe and the City of Perry turned 100
years old in 2003.' Austin was the
matriarch of five generations of Taylor
*Countians, and on the occasion of her
"102nd birthday on April 25, 2005, shared
;her earliest memories with Perry News-
Herald readers. Austin died at the age of
103 Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2007.
- Living just four miles from
Keaton Beach when the coast was
untamed and sparsely populated,
making a trip to town was an all-
-day affair. .
"You'd leave around 4 a.m. and


the trip would take all day and
night. You wouldn't' get home until
nine or 10 at night. They would
warm bricks and put them in the
wagon to keep your feet warm
when you were leaving so early,".
recalled Taylor County native
Milie Austin, who celebrated her
102nd birthday April 25, 2005.
"Daddy mostly went and picked
up supplies, going to town with a
mule and wagon. Perry was a very
small place then."
Austin's Taylor County roots run
deep, tracing back to her pioneer
parents and grandparents.
Her .father,' Albert Lynn, was a


NderC V -March 2-3, 2007

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farmer by trade, raising cattle, hogs
and sheep.
"He sheared the sheep and sold
the wool. I can see him penning the
sheep up, catching them and
shearing their coats. Me and my
sister were regular' tomboys and
sometimes, if he was standing with
us, Daddy would let us shear a
little bit."
The eldest daughter of five
brothers and sisters, Austin
attended Sandy Hill School
through the 10th and llth
grades.
While the rural classroom has
become an object of historical lore,
to Austin it remains in memory
simply "a little ole' country
school."
She and her siblings walked to
school, "but if it was cold or
raining, Daddy would take us in
the wagon. He didn't let us miss a
school day if possible.
"I had 'a good childhood. Of
course we had to work, but work is
good for you."
- With five generatiotis of children
and grandchildren to call her own,
Austin still remembers clearly her
own grandparents--including a
grandfather who was a
Confederate soldier.
Among the stories passed down
through her grandparents is the tale
of her great grandmother and
how Indians killed' one of her
children.
"They had laid the baby on the
bed, asleep, and went to supper.
Indians came in and took the baby.
They found the baby outside by a
tree, dead, with a big red apple in
his hand."
A happier memory is one of a
dance thrown by her grandfather to
welcome home a half-brother.
"Grandpa was a tall man and my
grandmother came up just about to
my shoulder. But I can remember
them dancing together, Mamma
and Daddy...the whole family
dancing. I remember that as good
as if it happened last night."
Austin met the young man who
was to be her husband in 1918,


Milie Austin
Henry Thomas Austin, who had
just gotten out of the service.
They were married in 1922 and
settled near Athena. They later
moved to Carbur and then "down
south" for about nine years.
The family then returned to
Perry, making their home "between
Perry and Hampton Springs."
The couple had five children,
with their firstborn--a girl--dying
one day shy of her one-month
birthday.
"I lost the first one to measles. I
was taken with measles the night
she was born and she got sick too."
Only one of the four remaining
children is alive today.
"We raised four...all are gone
now, but one, my son, Archie."
A homemaker, Austin said the
only work she "ever done was take
care of my grandchildren. I
thought it was a good job."
The smiling faces of those
children... and their
children...surround Austin now,
bright reminders of the traditions
she has witnessed being passed
down generation to generation.
Chief among those are the
lessons started by her pioneer
parents more than a century ago:
"Be good to everybody and treat
people like you want to be treated
yourself."


I saw a wild violet as I walked in my flower garden
today. Once again it had survived the cold months of
winter and, drawn by the lure of the sun, it burst out
of its resting place to bloom again. The rebirth of the
violets is extra special because the original starts
were given to me by daddy some 40 years ago. When
I was a child I would look forward to his yearly
offering of violets to mama, so when he included me
in the tradition, I realized that his gift was a lasting
token of his love.
The tradition started long before I was born when
daddy would scout the woods during his workday
until he would find the first delicate blooms of white
and purple violets that grew close to the ground
among the trees. When he would arrive home after a
long day in the logging woods his clothes would be
covered in dirt and his face would be weary from the
strain of his physical labor. But that tiredness would
fade when he approached mama. He would have his
hands locked behind his back as he carefully held the
clump of violets. "Found you a surprise in the woods
today," he would say. To which mama would reply, "A.
surprise for me?" Then with all the elegance of a
subject bowing before a reigning queen daddy would
present his gift to mama. She accepted them and
would exclaim with surprise, "Oh, they are so
beautiful, where did you find them?" Their exchange
of words would play out the same pattern each year
as daddy told the story of finding the first violets to
bloom just by chance and since he knew mama -loved
them he decided to bring a few to her. The next day
mama would find them a permanent resting place
somewhere in our yard that would soon be arrayed
with color from all the blooming flowers planted by
mama over the years.
For years I believed the violets only grew in the
woods and iii our yard -ofo ,urse. But-one sunny
afternoon when I was perhaps four or five I discovered
they also bloomed along Spring Creek that flows
underneath Center Street. The discovery was made at
a baptismal service conducted at the river. Back
during those days I don't believe churches had
baptismal pools so the river had to suffice. It was a
lovely afternoon when most of the membership from
Center Street Church of God joined together to carry
out Jesus' command, "Be ye baptized." The
candidates for baptism and Pastor Franklin were
standing near the edge of the creek while the rest of
us stood a little further back. God must surely have
smiled as we lifted our voices in song. Without the
benefit of a, musical instrument the sound of the
voices was carried on the wind as we sang the words
of "Amazing Grace" and "I Surrender All." Then it was
down into the creek each one would go as Pastor
Franklin would duck their heads under then lift them
out of the water with a smile of peaceful joy spread
across each face. It was in this atmosphere that I
found violets blooming near the creek as we played
while the adults gave thanks to God for new life in
Him.
From that early discovery I loved the sense of peace
that I felt along the creek and would ask mama for
permission to swim there. She never gave her
permission but instead would tell me, "You can't
swim there because the river runs under a cemetery."
Well, I knew better than to question mama but I never
could figure out why people could be ducked under
the river water during baptism but we couldn't swim
in the same river. In later years I realized that mama
was of the mindset, "if you can't swim don't get in the
water." So her warning was probably a precaution for
our safety rather than her theory that the river ran
under a cemetery. Nevertheless the area will always
hold a special place in my heart that is triggered
when the first violets bloom. Actually when you think
about it, those first blooms and baptism both
symbolize new life and a time of rebirth.
Delores L. Walker can be reached at edmwalk@windstream.net


: qu .tb e a u oe


Mistakes are part
of the dues one pays
for a full life.
--Sophia Loren

Never say, oopss."
Always say, "Ah,
interesting."
--Author Unknown

The only real mistake is
the one from which we
learn nothing.
--John Powell


The man who makes no
mistakes does not usually
make anything.
--Edward Phelps

Our blunders mostly come
from letting our wishes
interpret our duties.
--Author Unknown

Admit your errors before
someone else exaggerates
them.
--Andrew V. Mason


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














B-4 Perry News-Herald March 2-3, 2007


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Brand New GE washer/dryer asking $650
O.B.O. Please call 850-980-2998 or 850-
544-5521.
2/21-3/2
NEW King POSTER bedroom set bed,
dresser, mirror, chest, 2 nightstands.
$4400 value, must sell $1650. 850-545-
7112
3/2GCN2
KING PILLOWTOP Mattress Set. Brand'
new in plastic. Must move, $225. (850)222-
9879.
3/2GCN2


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We buy... call us! Collectibles
Yard Sale 1 T o
Set-up PerFleMa kTools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


Multi-Family Yard Sale. Building material,
tools, Dodge Caravan $600. Electric chair,
lots of stuff. Friday & Saturday, 8 a.m.
until. Rain or shine. Call 838-2892 165
Agner Acres,
2/28-3/2
Yard Sale Saturday at the Union Hall
(located at the corner of Old Dixie Hwy.
and Plantation Rd.) from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Household items, books, kitchen stuff,
Ladies' clothes (including 2X and 3X
sizes), men's suits, decorative items, and
so much morel Also breakfast and lunch
on the porch. ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO
TO 2007 RELAY FOR LIFE. Come see
us! The Roseheads of Perry.
2/28-3/2
First United Methodist Church Relay for
Life Indoor Yard Sale Saturday, March 3
from 8 a.m. -12 p.m.
3/2
Yard Sale 3682 Slaughter Rd. (behind Old
Why. Patrol Station) Saturday 8 a.m. -
until. Exercise equip. baby items, -and
miscellaneous items. 672-1036.
>3/2
Multi-family yard sale Saturday, March 3,
from 7 a.m. until at Frith Abstract & Title
Co. parking lot, 501 N. Byron Butler
Parkway' Perry, FL 32347, on the corner
of Byron Butler Parkway and Woods Creek
Road. -"are will be hunting supplies, dog
box, deer feeders, furniture, clothing (all
sizes), etc.
Proceeds benefit Mexico Mission Team
from Pleasant Grove Baptist Church.
YARD SALE Saturday, March 3, from 8
a.m. until 12 noon, 1202 N. Springfield St.,
just off Ash Street. De-cluttering for a
move sale. Lots of items, jackets,
clothing, nick-nacks, small appliances,
furniture, etc.
Huge Garage Sale Saturday ALL DAY!
Everything from A Z cheap. 2726
Lakeside Dr. Out 27 East turn right
between Lakeside Baptist Church & John
Deere place. Look for signs & balloons
584-6289.
3/2
YARD SALE 8604 Potts Still Rd., across
cattle gap on dirt road, Friday and
Saturday, 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. Brass bed,
books for all ages, many arts and crafts,
toys, .Pokemon and Yugiouh, DVD and
VHS movies.
YARD SALE Friday and Saturday, 8 a.m.
until, 1721 James Smith Rd., off of
Johnson-Stripling Rd.
YARD SALE Saturday, March 3, at 110 S.
Hendry Ave, off Jefferson and Green
streets. 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Multi-family Yard Sale, wide variety.
Men's, women's and children's things.
Directly across from Sports craft. Off of
Puckett Rd.

Yard Sale Friday & Saturday. Sadler Drum
4289 US Hwy. 98 W. inside ware house.
Mobile home steps, chaih saw, table &
chairs, recliner, TV armoire, new selection
of clothes and lots more.
3/2
Yard Sale at Charity Baptist Church on
Hwy. 27 Furniture, clothes, household
items, buildingg materials, flooring etc.
...Raising funds for piano. For more
information contact Tracy Stanley at 850-
843-1355.
3/2
4-Family Yard Sale Shturday 8 a.m. 105 El
Primeros St. Behind Dr. Sugar's office.
Comfort set, pictures, flowers,
housewares, women, girl. Men & boys
clothes.
3/2
The monthly Sons of AMVETS
Community Yard Sale will be held this
Saturday, March 3, from 8 a.m. -, 2 p.m.
Dishes,- records, stuffed animals, what-
nots. Spaces are available for a $5
donation (a table is includedeach space).
Walk-ins are also welcome. Call Mark
Viola at 584-5513 or 584-8807 for
reservations. 2499 Woods Creek Rd.

Come one... 'B NC
come all!

PERRY ELKS




Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
S305 Puckett Road


$150 Queen Pillow-Top Mattress Set. New
in plastic with warranty. 850-222-9879
3/2GCN2
Cherry sleigh bed SOLID WOOD BRAND
NEW in box, $250. (850)545-7112.
3/2GCN2 .
LEATHER SOFA & LOVESEAT. NEW,
warranty, sacrifice $795. (can deliver) (850)
425-8374
3/2GCN2


-ORREN


Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from $139 weekly or
$35 daily plus tax. 317 N. Byron Butler
Pkwy. 850-584-7033.
2/14-3/9

3 bd/1 bth house in town. Fenced in
backyard. 1st & last plus references
required. Available NOW! Call 850-843-
1815.
2/14-3/21

Westgate Hotel Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable, AC/
Heater. Everything included. $140 weekly
or $35 daily plus tax. (RV sites also
available) 1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-
843-8151.
2/14-3/9
Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401.
6/21tfnSGR

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
Opportunity.
8/9tfSV #


Living Estate Auction
Saturday, March 10, 2007 at 9:30 a.m.
9730 SW County Road 14, Madison, FL
I I NI I I IRI.: Oak 4 stack lawyer s bookcase. cherry .3 pc. fluted column pen-
cil post b/r set, victorian marble top dresser, vici ri;in i m/ walnut vereer 2 over 3
wash stand. victorian rn/t side table, cherry dining table w/ 6 windsor style chairs,
cherry china hutch, good oriental rugs- 4x 10, 4x5. 4x6, Abiz.an. Hamedan. etc..
rockers. night stands, end tables, burled walnut veneer english armoire. (2) cedar
chests. several Aladdin lamps (mod. 23) AMERICAN INDIAN: Pottery (60's-
90's), arrowheads, tools, points, beads. small Navajo rug (1960), peace pipe, bow
& quiver. Nicolasa, Santa Clara. Acoma. Pueblo, Navajo, etc. GUNS: Rem. 270.
ARI4 -223, Win 30-30, Marlin 30-30, Remn, 1100 20ga, Savage 311 double 12ga.
Rein. auto 22, Old octagon barrel pump Savage 22, black powder Kentucky squir-
rel rifle. 50 cal. Frontier black powder TRACTOR: 674 International Diesel
(rebuilt & repainted, runs good!) TOOLS: Troy Bill pony tiller, Troy Bilt 3550
watt generator (New), Excell 2500 p.s.i. pressure washer, Poulan & Homclite
chain saws, Northwood 10" table saw. Craftsman 10" table saw, B&D power
miter saw, AMT 5 1/8" joiner-planer, weedeater. linib saw, electric drills, circular
saws, recipe. saws. router, hammer drill, cordless drills.( I) saw, assortment of shop
materials (nails, screws, bolts, etc.), jacks, new aluminum windows, 8' and 12'
extension lahidders. 14' step ladder, some cherry and poplar boards, reel & rods, 12
hole chicken nest boxes, wire, like new 50 chick brooder, cages. garden cart
POLITICAL MEMORABILIA: Ronald Regan photo "of' and the signed leg
cast, 1973 Franklin mint sterling Nixon/Agnew Inaugural plate PRINTS &
PAINT: Ray Harm wildlife to include, large 1971 eagle print of the original done
for West Point!, Frame House Gallery. (1) water color o/c MISC: Flow blue bowl.
recent Roseville, Old Japan wall pocket, Griswold. Wagner skillets, dishes. pots
& pans. 6 Whittier arrow back style bar stools, b.dding. Kitchen Aid blender,
Wrought iron trundle bed (like new), mahogany Martha Washington sewing stand,
ladies French slant front desk. several old books: Harvard Classics, Civil War
History. Scribner's Lincoln War Years, Eastern Press leather bound works, GE
washer, Amana dryer. 2 Compaq computers, many items too numerous to list.
only one item w/ reserve 1999 Cruise Master Georgic Boy 33 ft. w/ slideout. 330
Cummins Turbo Diesel, Allison auto motor coach with 30.196 actual miles.
Auctioneers Notes: This will be a large sale wih' quality everywhere! Something
for everyone. All Cordially Invited. No buyer's premium cash or good person-
al and business checks.
Directions: 1-10 exit 251, west on SR 14, 5 miles to sale site, or from Perry, N.
221 to Shady Grove east on SR 14, 9 miles. Preview Sale Morning 7:30 a.m. to
Sale Time. Concession by local church group.
For Information, Call
850-997-6880
C.J. Auctions AB#1629 Col. Jerry Colvin AU#2182



FOR RENT

3 bedroom, 2 bath

Doublewide home on Beach Road

Fenced-In with a horse barn

$550 per month, $500 deposit

578-2377 (1234)


TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
Qualified applicants 2 & 3 BR.
Applications available 9 a.m. 4 p.m.
Office 500 S. Warner Ave. Perry, FL
Phone 850-584-6842. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
1/26-3/21

WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!
1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered.
Equal Opportunity. Office hours are 8:00-
5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call 850-584-5668. 709
W. Church St., Perry, FL 32348. TDD 711.
tfWA
Commercial Building For Lease -
Downtown building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
7/12tfnSGR

2 bed/1 bath house. Quiet neighborhood.
Call 584-5154.
3/2-3/14
Two-bedroom trailer, one bath, screened
porch on Courtney Road. $350/month.
First and last months' rent plus deposit.
Single person or couple--absolutely no
pets or kids. 584-8786. Please leave a
message.
3/2-3/14

One-bedroom, one-bathroom house,
completely remodeled with new siding,
windows and doors. No kids, no pets.
Superb. $450/month. Call 584-8786;
please leave a message.
3/2-3/14


Waterfront Cedar Key: 2 bedroom, 1 bath
ca. home on waters edge, remodeled,
awesome sunsets, fishing, boating dock,
porch, nicely landscaped, furnished,
inspected, turn key, $469K, brokers
welcome, 352-543-9334 or 352-221-3341.
2/28-3/2
Best waterfront deal on the coast! Key
location on protected canal, seconds to
gulf, Horseshoe Beach, 2 bedroom, 2 bath
vacation home, new carpets, central
AC/heat, new paint, large screened porch,
vinyl siding, ground level, surveyed,
priced below appraisal, motivated seller-
relocating. $205K, brokers welcome. 352-
543-9334 or 352-221-3341.
2/28-3/30

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

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.
$157,000. Call 850-578-3094 for apt.
3/2-3/28

For Sale Remodeled Home; 2 bed,' 1 bath
on 1,5 acres, located just outside city
bimits at 3490 Old Dixie Hwy: additional
building on site City water, 1 private well,
Perfect for a small business. $75,000
negotiable. Call (850)223-2486.
2/9-4/11


For Sale: 2 lots on Orange St. 100 x 50,
Call 850-074-2418.
2/21-31i5

Historic Leo 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 Neighborhood! Excellent Buy!
$185,000. Call Jason Heartsfield at Nature
Coast Inc..850-843-0503.
12/27tfJH
WOW Brand New Beautiful 2000 Sq. Ft
Homes of Merit DW with 2x6 s on 1.-
acres on Vera Lane. Ready to move in
Furniture included. ALL Credit Score.
Accepted!! Easy financing! $943 a month
Call Justin at 850-295-0099.
3/2-3/28

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 o
(850) 584-7466.
tfEF
Owner Financing Remodeled House 2
bed/1 bath, utility room, garage, front
porch, fenced yard and more. $52,900.
$3,000 down. 604 Maurice Linton Rd. (850)
838-6466.
2/28-3/2


Small ads..big dealsd!





SCALE HOUSE OPERATOR WANTED: S1 Marine is looking for a person with 1
Anderson Columbia Co., Inc./a Mining year minimum experience in the following:
Group is looking for a scale house purchasing, supervisory experience,
operator hours would be 4:30 a.m. 5 p.m. inventory management, shipping and
Benefits/401k available. Entering truck receiving, MRP experience, boat building
weights in the computer and some grapple experience preferred. Minimum 45 hours
work is required. Will train. 850-584-4131 weekly. Please send resume to S1 Marine,
or apply in person at 19080 W. Us Hwy. 1290 Houck Road, Perry, Florida 32348.
98. Deadline for accepting resumes is March
2/21-3/3AC 21, 2007.
2/16-3/21


Auction Saturday, Feb. 24 at 6:30 p.m.
1693 SW Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360)
Madison, Florida
phone: 850-973-2959
Mastercard, Visa and Debit cards. This
week the return of Hauler Renny,
Truckload from a TV shopping show'has
arrived. Special -- Jack Pickels Famous
Chicken and Rice starting at 5 p.m. Food
Fun & Give-A-Ways, Heated/ AC Comfy
seats. From Perry: Take Rt 221 North to
CR 14 (SW Mosley Hall Rd) Turn right, we
are about 8 miles on the right.
AU691 Col. Ron Cox AB2490
2/23


2005 14' x 70' Fleetwood Moran 3/1 mobile
home, ready to be moved. $19,500. (850)-
584-4723.
3/2-3/9
3/2 SWMH on 1.75 acres, reduced from
87K to 77 K until March 15. (850) 672-
0468
3/2-3/7


TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Public Safety Director-$45,886 (negotiable)
Planner $34,777 $39,145 + benefits
Grants Administrative Secretary $11.88
Library Tech (part time) $7.29
Entire job descriptions and requirements
can be viewed at
www.taylorcountygov.com or Taylor
Employment Connections, 1702 S.
Jefferson St. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County is an EOE/VP/Drug
Testing/ Background Check Employer.
2/28fnBCC
Leading national propane marketer
SOUTHEAST PROPANE has immediate
opening for an energetic route sales driver
for their Perry, Florida based operation.
Candidates must possess strong
customer service skills, team player
attitude along with a Class B CDL license
with an air brake and Hazmat
endorsement. Clean driving record a must.
Excellent starting salary with competitive
benefit program for the qualified candidate.
Sign on Bonus to the qualified applicant!
.EOE. For consideration for this position
please fax your resume to (850) 584-6669
or mail it to: 216 W. Green Street, Perry,
FL 32347.
2/9tfn


Domino's Pizza Now hiring all positions.
Drivers, CSR's Management. great pay,
flexible hours. Apply within. Call 584-
8830.
2/14-3/2


Jim Von Stein Toll Free: (866) 496-3442
Broker www.VonSteinRealty.com





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P.O. Box 1009 (352) 498-0041
Steinhatchee, FL 32359 cell: (352) 356-1001


W.W. Transport, Inc. is seeking 5 Class A.
CDL drivers in the Perry, FL area. Drivers
must have 2 yrs. experience and good
driving record. These are OTR runs
hauling produce in refers. Driver pay starts
at 33 cents per mile (practical miles) with
$10 load'and unload pay. Benefits include
health,. ;life, and dental ins., 401k
w/company match, vacation, cell phone,
and safety bonuses. This account will be
up and running April 1. Don't let this new
opportunity go by! Please phone 800-936-
6770 ext 111 or 112.
3/2-3/9
WANTED: Experienced Phlebotomist for
Perry area. Please call Rhonda at 386-754-
1172 for details.
2/28-3/9
RN Supervisor Part-time for weekends
LPN- PRN- All shifts'
CNA's Part-time for all shifts
Dietary Aide Part-time for AM and PM
shifts.
Cook PRN- Both shifts
We are small, but are a wonderful
company with caring individuals who have
a desire to improve the lives of our
Residents and Staff. Call 850-973-4880 -
For RN Supervisor, LPN & CNA positions
ask for Peggy Powers, D.O.N., For Dietary
Aide and Cook ask for Theresa Patterson,
Dietary Manager Madison Nursing
Center,
2/28tfMNC

Big Top Manufacturing now hiring
Maintenance Person Seeking motivated
individual to be part of team environment.
Requirements are the following: Must have
experience in electrical, Hydraulic, and air
maintenance with the ability to maintain
records on computer and paper work. EOE,
Drug-Free Workplace, Competitive Salary
and Benefits. Apply in person at Big Top
Manufacturing, Hwy. 19 North, Perry, FL
Phone: 850-584-7786.
2/21 tfBTM







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Convenience store manager needed.
Please apply at Ware Oil & Supply
located 2715 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. This
is a drug free work place.
1/12tfWO

Help Wanted Badcock and More Set-up
and Delivery. No Phone calls. Apply in
Person. 1225 S. Jefferson Street. Lic.
required and good driving record. Must be
21 or older.
2/7tfBC


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:
$10.49-$14.45
Applications are available at:
Employment Connections
1702 S. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32348
(Beside Post Office)
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER

Local Ordnance Defense Contractor is
currently seeking to fill a Materials
Coordinator position. The ideal candidate
would have an AA Degree or related field
..... il.t a minimumr of five. (5) years
-.2 e'-fe rice in a' marlulaclurin mate r ial
related position. PC literacy is a must.
Responsibilities will include coordinating
material deliveries with production, moving
materials to and from respective locations,
forklift operation and maintenance,
generating daily reports, and assist with
the implementation of a MRP system to
track inventory. Must be able to lift 50
pounds and possess strong organization
skills.
We offer a competitive wage and benefit
package. EOE. For confidential
consideration, send resume to:
Bulova0rdnance@alltel.net.
2/16-2/28


Help Wanted Badcock and More
Sales Person Full and Part time. No
phone calls. Apply in person at 1225 S.
Jefferson Street.
2/21 tfBC


Recently Upgraded 2 bedroom, 1 bath

bungalow on corner lot, new carpet and
vinyl, kitchen sink, screened porch to

catch the afternoon breeze.
Only $37,500

Q } 850-584-5844

Professional Realty
of Perry
522 S. Jefferson St. Perry, Florida 32347
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Martin Electronics, Inc. is currently
accepting applications for assemblers and
machine operator. Competitive benefits.
All applicants are subject to pre-
employment drug screening and a
background check by BATF, Bring picture
ID and Social Security card or Birth
Certificate and apply at Employment
Connections, 1702 South Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida, 584-7604. AAE/EEONP
2/14-3/2MEI

Technical Field Representative seeking a
dedicated individual with leadership skills.
Travel up to 75% required. Background in
construction or engineering. Must be able
to operate general construction equipment.
Be able to write reports upon completion of
jobs. Wage/Salary Range: 160-300/Day.
Please send your resume to Big Top
Manufacturing, 3225 N. US 19, Perry, FL
32347 or email to
randy@bigtopshelters.com Big Top is
EOE & Drtig-Free workplace.
2/14-3/9BT

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





For Sale: Perennial peanut hay, horse
quality, high protein, 50 pound square
bales, $9.00. Call Dale Rowell 584-9011
2/28-3/9





For Sale 2002 Prowler (by Fleetwood)
Travel Trailer, 34 ft., 2 slide outs, queen
bed, full size bath, must see to believe,
call 850-584-2181 for details.
3/2

12-foot, V-hull aluminum boat on trailer
with 8-hp Yamaha. Good condition. Runs
great. $1600. 584-8183.
3/2-3/14


1987 Suzuki LT500 Quadzilla very fast,
excellent shape, w/extras $3200 OBO
Call for more information 223-2538(H) or
(850)510-0390(C)
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Mazda 5 door Hatchback, 2003 -- 5 speed
with over drive, 4 cylinder 34 MPG,
leather seats, Multi-disc CD, 41,000 gentle
ADULT miles, PWR. Windows, PWR.
Doors with remote entry and theft alarm,
PWR. Mirrors, Moon roof, luggage rack,
tinted privacy glass, 4 wheel PWR. ABS
disc brakes. Fog lamps, still under factory
warranty, much more. Blue and Black
Book = $14,000 sell for $11,500. Call
838-6673
2/28,3/7,3/14,3/21,3/28

2001 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport. $5,900.
Gold, AT, V6, rear air, 5 doors, cruise
control, CD, new tires. 94,000 miles,
excellent condition. Call 584-8035.
2/23-3/2

1990 GEO Prism 4 dr. Sedan Automatic,
135k miles, needs transmission. Make
offer. Call after 4 p.m. 584-7032.
2/21-3/16

1994 High Top customized Chevy Van,
$2,500. Call (850)584-4602.
2/21tfSCCB
'86' Chevy shortbed pick-up, 2wd, 4.3 v6, 4
spd, including granny gear, posi trac, rear
end, Reese hitch, chrome wheels $2800
Also, '79' Trans AM no motor, no trans, has
T-Tops, needs restored. $600. 850-843-
2436.
2/28-3/9

1994 F150, V8 2 wd, tool box included,
new tires and parts $1500 firm. John 584-
3553 or 838-6934.
3/2-3/23
1990 GEO Prism 4 dr. Sedan Automatic,
135k miles, needs transmission. $500
O.B.O. Call after 4 p.m. 584-7032.
2/21-3/16
FOR SALE: Honda CR-V 2005 SE Model,
White, 4 speed automatic with over drive ,
4 cyl. V-TEC engine --31 MPG, Leather
heated seats, Multi-disc CD, 18,000 gentle
ADULT miles, PWR. Windows, PWR.
Doors, PWR. mirrors, PWR. Door locks-
remote entry with theft alarm, Moon Roof,
Luggage rack, tinted privacy glass,
window vents, safety all-wheel drive, 4
wheel ABS PWR. brakes, still under
factory warranty, much more. Blue and
Black Book = $24,500 -- sell for $21,200.
Call 838-6673
2/28,3/7,3/14,3/21.3/28



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AUCTION NOTICE
An auction of old used poles will be held
Saturday, March 3, 2007, at 9:00 a.m. at the
Tri-County Electric Cooperative Perry Warehouse
located at 242 Arthur Padgett Road, Perry, Florida.

Contact Darrell Tuten, 850-973-2285, Ext. 219
between 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Monday through
Friday if you should have any questions.



WANT TO BUY

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

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Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. Wanted Isuzu and Toyota
trucks for export. 386-688-3999.
3/2S


NEED CASH?
GOT JUNK?
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUCK?
I BUY SCRAP METALS! A
850-838-JUNK (5865) 0/0
State Certified Scales
2/7-7/31
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Large adult dog, no collar. Found in the
vicinity of Main Street near Highway 19.
Call 584-7929.
3/2





Home Cleaning & Lawn Care Services.
Will clean your home or office, vacuum,
dust, seep & mop, bathrooms & etc. Will
cut lawns, shrubs, vacuum leaves, plant
your plants & deliver mulch. Call Brenda
or Terry 850-223-2477
3/2-4/27

I sit with elderly, nursing experience, -will
cook and clean. Available 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Charge $9 to $12 an hour depending on
level of care. Call Carol at 850-567-2467.
3/2-3/7

A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, Call 584-6737.
3/2tfn


TREE REMOVAL, STUMP GRINDING
Free Estimates, Bucket Truck Available,
branches trimmed. Licensed & Insured.
Call John (Sesock), (850) 584-2027 or
(850) 591-8301.
1/24-2/28

Chad Dees Lawn Care
Hi, Taylor County, love to spend time in
the great outdoors with your family? Allow
me to introduce Chad Dees Lawn Care,
We are open and now ready to take care of
your yard and give you more time to spend
with your family. Please call (850) 584-
8959 hit 1 or email us at
chdees1287@hotmail.com and I will return
your call. Chad H. Dees/ Owner.
12/29-3/30

HOME TOWN APPLIANCE STORE
We Remove Old Appliances
SERVICES
In Shop, In Home, Household Appliances,
kitchen and Laundry
SALES
New & Used Parts
Refurbished Appliances
1302 N. Jefferson St.
223-2232
2/2-2/28

Clay Swindle L.L.C. (licensed and
insured) All types of remodeling: doors,
windows, docks, painting, etc. Call 850-
223-1780 or 843-1941. If no answer, please
leave message. Over 20 years of
experience
2/7tfnCS



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CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY
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CLEANING
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584-CLEAN
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Bonds I

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Jefferson St, 584 2757



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tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
838-6077. 25 years.
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J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
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IN THE CIRCIUT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
THE CITIZENS BANK OF PERRY,
A banking corporation organized and
Existing under the laws of the State of
Florida,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
CASE NO. 06-701-CA
WILLIE'S FOOD MART, INC., a
Florida Corporation, et al,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that ANNIE MAE
MURPHY, Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Taylor County, Florida, will on the 27th
day of March, 2007, at 11:00 a.m. at the
front door of the Taylor County
courthouse In the City of Perry, Florida,
offer for sale and sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash,
the following described property
situated in Taylor County, Florida, to-wit:
Parcel No.
The East half (E 1/2) of Block One (1) of
the J.H. Parker Subdivision, a subdivision
of all of the Southeast Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter (SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 ) of
Section 26, Township 4 South, Range 7
East, lying North of the South Georgia
and West Coast railroad right of way.
Said property being otherwise
described as beginning at the Northeast
corner of Block One (1) of the J.H.
Parker Subdivision, according to the
map or plat of said J.H. Parker
Subdivision on record in the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Taylor
County, Florida, thence run West 210


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feet, thence run South 210 feet, thence
run East 210 feet to the Southeast
corner of said Block One (1), thence run
North 210 feet back to the Point of
Beginning. Said property being
otherwise described as the East one
acre tract of Lot One (1), of Biock One
(1) of the J.H. Parker Subdivision,
located in the Southeast Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter ( SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 ) of
Section 26, Township 4 South, Range 7
East, said Lot One (1) being 210 feet
North and South by 420 feet East and
West and containing two acres, more
or less.
Also:
Lot Three (3) of Block "B' all lying and
being in Perry Park Subdivision,
according to the map or plot of sold
Subdivision being recorded upon the
Public Records of Taylor County, Florida
in Plot Book 1, Page 77.
pursuant to the Final Judgment of
Foreclosure and Replevin entered in a
case pending in said Court, the style of
which is as set out above, and the
docket number of which is 06-701-CA.
Any person claiming an Interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any,.other than
the property owner as of the dote of
the lis pendens must file a claim within
sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS my hand and the official seal of
said Court, this 21st day of February,
2007.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
By. Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
2/23-3/2


IN THE COUNTY COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 62-2007-CC,40-0A-10i
Lee Spees and David Spees
Plaintiff,
vs.
Judy C. Adkins (Whiddon)
Defendant
Notice of Action
Notice is hereby given that a petition to
determine ownership of a Motor Vehicle
has been filed and you are required to
serve a copy of your written objections,
if any, on Lee Spees and David
Spees3230 Spees Harris Lane, Perry,
Florida 32348 who is the petitioner, on or
before March 7, 2007, and file the
original with the clerk of the county
either before service an the petitioner,
or immediately thereafter; otherwise, a
default will be entered for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this court
on the 7th day of February, 2007, at
Taylor County, Florida.'
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Salino Ford
Deputy Clerk
2/9,2/16,2/23,3/2


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