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June 8-9, 2007


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Suspects

at large


Former city manager alleges


Counci

Are some members of the Perry
City Council unfairly benefiting
from matching contributions to
deferred savings plans
underwritten by the city?
That was one of several issues
posed to the council by former city
manager Bill Brynes during its last
May meeting.
"A 457 deferred compensation


Il


members unfairly benefit?


plan is not new with the city, since
deferred compensation plans have
been offered by the city to its
employees for more than 25 years
and members of the council could
always participate. What is. new is
the city making an additional or
matching contribution to the plan,
this providing additional
compensation to council members.


I told (city manager) Bob (Brown)
I felt it was not legal for the city to
match contributions council
members made since this provided
additional compensation without
the support of an ordinance. He
stated two members of the council
were receiving matching
contributions to the plan and he
had discussed this with two


attorneys who told him it was
perfectly legal. I have worked with
the two attorneys that apparently
provided an opinion concerning
this compensation issue for over 25
years. I respect their opinions, but I
must respectfully disagree with
their opinion that members of the
city council of the City of Perry
may receive additional


compensation without the support
of an ordinance," Brynes said.
"The issue of council
compensation is not about the
dollars paid to members of the
council. The issue is more about
principle, integrity and character.
Compensation has been defined as
"-* Please see page 5


Chamber


Isaac H. Jackson III

Violent


offender

sought

for armed

robbery
: Perry man was robbed at
gunpoint and forced to strip during
an armed assault on Warner
Avenue Monday night, June 4.
One of two suspects tied to the
robbery is classified as a high-risk
violent offender with a past sexual
offense, police said.
The robbery took place just over
one week after the man, was
released from prison. He has been
identified as 29-year-old Isaac H.
Jackson III.
Police were called to the area
following a report of several shots
being fired and a man being
chased down the street by an
assailant brandishing a gun.
The victim stated that his car
had been "blocked and stopped"
"* Please see page 5

Son, 20,

threatens

father with

shotgun
A 20-year-old Perry man is
wanted on charges 'of aggravated
assault after threatening his father
with a shotgun during an
altercation Tuesday morning, June
5.
The suspect, Christopher
Denmark, is described as a brown-
haired white male, standing 6'2"
tall and weighing approximately
160 pounds. Anyone with
information on his whereabouts is
asked to .contact the Taylor County
Sheriffs Office at 584-2429 or
Crime Stoppers at 888-876-TIPS
(8477).
: Officers were called to a
Residence on Enoch Road (located
off Pharo Morgan Road) following
the report of an altercation in
progress between a father and son.
.When deputies arrived, they
learned Denmark had threatened
his father with a shotgun and fired
the gun into the family residence--
which was occupied at the time.
He then fled the area on foot.
The K-9 unit from Taylor
Correctional Institution responded
to the scene and tracked the trail to
Buckeye Nursery Road.
A TCSO spokesman said
Denmark also faces felony charges
of shooting into an occupied
dwelling and armed trespassing.


Sgt. Chris Folsom prepares to dive.


Into the depths

By MARK VIOLA
Staff writer
Looking down the calm. flat surface at the Rise, as the underground
creek-fed watering hole adjacent to Harrison Blue Road is cornmmonl
called, it is hard -io-imagine-that the depth is more than 100)(ee! in some
places.
Wednesday, the area was the site of a Taylor County Sheriffs Office
Dive Team training exercise.
Capt. Audie Towles said the team decided to dive the location because
the water was as clear as he'd seen it due to the recent dry conditions.
Along with Towles, the dive team includes Mark Hershberger, Chris
.' Please see page 8


Leon County Sheriff's Office diver Pat Kennedy watches a
display from an underwater camera as it catches a pair of
divers from the Taylor County Sheriff's Office dive team.
Kennedy joined the local team for training exercises
Wednesday at the Rise of Rocky Creek.


Threatens man during fiiaht


Teen armed with assault rifle


A 17-year-old Perry teen armed
with a semi-automatic assault rifle
(SKS) was arrested after
threatening to shoot a man during a
fight Tuesday evening, June 5.
Deonte King was booked on
felony charges of aggravated
assault with a firearm, battery on a
law enforcement officer and
resisting arrest with violence. He
was detained by the Department of
Juvenile Justice.
Perry Police Department (PPD)


officers were dispatched to a fight
in progress with a gun involved on
Woodard Street around 6:30 p.m.
When they arrived, the victim
stated that he had been out in his
yard when the suspect (King)
drove by in a Chevy truck.
. King left the vehicle,
approached the, victim and began
to fight, according to police
reports.
King then went back to the
truck, pulled out the rifle and


threatened to shoot the man, who short time later, the vehicle was
sought cover. Please see e 5
King fled the area in the truck; a Please see page 5


Curtis wins local


Republican vote, 14


trails districtwide
Local senatorial candidate Don Curtis carried the Republican vote in -
Taylor, but faltered elsewhere in the 13-county race.
Curtis garnered 43 percent (219 votes) of the Republican ballots cast
here in Tuesday's special election. Republican challenger Dennis Baxley
was a close second with 203 votes and Charles S. Dean a distant third with
81 votes.
However, it was Democratic candidate Suzan Franks who won the
overall county vote with 357 votes; her challenger, Mark T. Ravenscraft,
pulled in 250 local votes.
Districtwide, Curtis ran third in the Republican primary with 11 percent
of the overall votes (2,404). '
Dean edged out Baxley for the Republican nod, with 9,794 votes to
Baxley's 9,416. --
This semi-automatic assault rifle shoots a high velocity
.- Please see page 8 7.62 round.


condemns

'redneck'

remarks
Chamber of Commerce
Chairman Aaron Portwood has
weighed in on the controversy that
erupted Monday evening at the
county commission's land-use
public hearing where an FSU
College of Medicine professor
defended his use of a derogatory
term to describe Taylor County
politics.
In an e-mail to Dr. Ronald H.
Saff, the chamber chairman,


1 condemn
your use of
stereotypical
slurs. I do not
believe the use
of slurs has any
place in the
debate over
energy policy.'

-Chamber President
Aaron Portwood
criticized the medical doctor's
remarks.
"Your recent written and verbal
use of slurs to describe people that
disagree with you on energy
policy has been very hurtful to the
Taylor County community,"
Portwood wrote.
Portwood further stated, "I
condemn your use of stereotypical
slurs. I do not believe the use of
slurs has any place in the debate
over energy policy."
Portwood asked Saff to publicly
apologize for his remarks. As of
presstime late Thursday, Portwood
had not received a response from
the doctor. Saff also did not return
phone calls from the News-Herald.
The existence of apparent ill
will broke info the open at the
public hearing where Commission
Chairman Malcolm Page asked
Saff to explain comments
attributed to him on an
environmental organization's Web
site.
The Web site had posted a letter
in which Saff invited "any and alf
people" to travel to Perry to attend
the land-use public hearing.
"Come experience first-hand
redneck politics at its best," Saff
wrote in his published appeal for
meeting participants.
Saff did not dispute the
authenticity of the letter when
asked about it by Page and
repeated the offending lan'uaIgc
during his comments.
Please see page 8


Feeling blue? p. B-2


Perry News-Herald
Two sections 118th Year, No. 23
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A-2 Perry News-Herald June 8-9, .2O7#


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Forest Capital



State Museum


Take a trip back in

time and rediscover

a Taylor treasure
- Editor's Note: Summer is a perfect time to get out ard go ..and Perry..
Newspapers, Inc., encourages you to explore the treasures lound in our own
backyard. This week's recommendation, a childhood favorite of many--Forest Capital
State Museum.
The importance of forestry in Florida dates back to the
early 1800s, and Taylor County's Forest Capital State
Museum celebrates the timber that built Florida.
The heart of the museum is dedicated to longleaf pines.,
which grow on the museum grounds, and the 5,000 products
manufactured from them.
The geodesic dome, forming the center of the museum,
houses an unusual map that features the uniqtie woods' of
Florida including: lignumvitae, the hardest wood; leadwood
or black ironwood, the heaviest wood; .and buttonwood,
the wood that bums the hottest and produces very little
smoke.
Exhibit cases are made of different native woods and
exhibits interpret such topics as turpentine .production.
Adjacent to the museum is the ,Cracker 'Homestead
Interpretive Site. The homestead is typical of those that
once dotted the pinewoods of north Florida at the ttirn of
the century.
The park is open every Thursday through Monday from 9
a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
For information about Forest Capital State Museum,
please call (850) 584-3227. A small entrance fee applies.


a Perr June 8-9, 2007

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In this 1976 photo, sightseers stand inside the Forest Capital State Museum. (Photos
courtesy Florida State Archives), .


The 13-acre Forest Capital State MusetLm was. created by the Florida Park Service in 1973
to explain the timber industry and forest res .jces. This artist's rendering of the complex
was drawn in 1975 by Lee Evans.


THE PERRY Ricketson would run for school state the breeding.
TTvxlc TT'TTt AT T board.


NINE STUDENTS
HEAD FOR EUROPE
Nine students from Taylor
County High School were
planning for six weeks of study in
England, led by Mrs. George P.
Hamby. The students included:
Susan and Cindy ,Moody, Crit
Smith, Laura Cox, (eorgia Ann
Puckett, BElaipe Clark, Chip
Frepman and Greg Pprker.
TIME TO OPEN
THE'POOLS!
The front page declared that the
Jerkins and Washington Street
swimming pools would open
Saturday, with a 3:30 until 5 p.m.
schedule until school closed.
HUSBAND IN TROUBLE
Have you heard about the
harassed husband who tried to
enter his mother-in-law in a dog
show? It actually happened,
according to the Perry News-
Herald, in New Zealand. The
'Gaines Dog Resqarch Ceriter
reported that a man tried to enter
his wife's mother in the hound
division. He was, turned down on
two counts: there was no entry fee
enclosed and the entry failed to


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May 18, 1972
TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR
AGES PAPER BY 100 YEARS
The dateline for today's edition
was typed and published as May
18, 1872, but beehive hairdos
declared the error. The actual date
of the edition was 1972 and the
lead story anticipated the arrival of
former governor, Claude Kirk, as
guest speaker for the Jaycee
banquet. New officers would be
installed including Roger
Batchelor, Jackie Faircloth, Jim
Drew, Ray Veal, Al Smith, Bill
Adams, Don Young, Gerald Cook.
and Deryl Cone.
EARLENE WHEELER
APPOINTED
Earlene Wheeler was appointed
to the 1972 management
committee of the United States
Savings and Loan League.
CANDIDATES STEP
FORWARD FOR VOTES
Lena Murphy announced that
she would seek the office of
Supervisor of Elections. Jack
Bodiford wanted a county
commission seat and Billy


WHO'S GETTING MARRIED?
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lytle
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Debra Kaye, to Charles
DeWayne Roberts.
WOMEN'S WORLD
Priscilla G. Hunt joined Florida
Power Corporation as home
economist.
The Ladies Golf Association at
Perry Country Club made plans for
its final luncheon, following the
handicap tournament which Mrs.
J.P. Puckett won. Other prizes
were awarded to Mrs. Henry
Dorsett, Mrs. John Loughridge,
Mrs. Julius Hollowell, Mrs. Dan
Roach and Mrs. Claude
Livingston.
Helen Scales was installed as
president of the Perry Woman's
Club.
Nancy Agner was slated tor
graduate from Webber College on
May 18 with an associate degree ini
business science.
WHO'S 2? WHO
HELPED CELEBRATE?
Terri Bradshaw celebrated her
second birthday with Brent and
Brad Anderson, Ann Henry,
FeeBee Walker, Phillip Padgctt,
Jennifer Kimmell, Claire


species of trees,' :.;
are represented at.
the Forest Capital_
State Museum :'
which depicts ;
Florida's early -:.
timber industry, ''

The park sits
on 13 manicured""
acres hedged in
evergreens, with-
beds of coonties f
(Zamia integriolia),",
wild -azaleas and,",
more.

Park rangers lead.
interpretive tours$,`
during special.
events and
upon request.


One of the bigger;' ;
donations, to Forest
Capital Complex '.,
was 5,000 board '
feet of "pecky";
cypress to be used!
for the interior of4.
the museum as,,
well. as for "shake
shingles for the ,:
homestead from '
Glenn Loughridge';,
and family. -


The park -'
was officially
dedicated during,
the 1972 Florida'i
Forest Festival.


Westberry, Valerie Pridgeon q
Ricky Lytle.

62 TURN OUT
FOR FOOTBALL :".
Head Coach Glynn Wai.sd
reported that 62 reported for spri.'
football practice at TaNJ ."i
County High School, doublIi 'j
the numbers from the previc:^t
year.
In another school sport, th.
Perry track team found the going
tough at the state track meet ,3i
Winter Park, and failed to place:' i,
any event.
Top softball teams wfe, ,
expected in town for a weekend../
tournament coordinated by County
Recreation Director Louis Lanier.
PRICE CHECK
At Scottie Stores, LavoMs
mouthwash was 47 cents, while,
Bayer children's aspirin was 38.
cents. Need insect killer? Black;,."
Flag's house and garden spray was .
97 cents.
NEW BABIES
This week in 1972 saw the,
following birth announcements:,
Angela April Fike to Mr. and MrsA
Dennis Fike: Shonda Lynn Morris"
to Mr. and Mrs. Phillip S. Morris,.
and Samantha Ann Thomas to Mr-';
and Mrs. James Thomas. -:*


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A-3 Perry News-Herald June.8-9, 2007


Mayo man sought in shooting


AlMayo man is being sought on
charges of attempted murder and
firing a shotgun into an occupied
velhiile following an altercation
o\er the use of a pay phone last
week at local convenience store.
Perry Police Department (PPD)
Ptl. Garrett Campbell was
dispatched to the South Byron
Butleri parkway business Thursday
evening, May 31, in reference to a
shooting. It was reported that a
.Hispanic male in a silver car had
shot at a white male driving a blue
car. Both vehicles had left the area
traveling at a high rate of speed
south on Highway 19. /
The store clerk stated that the
white male was using the pay
phone when the suspect drove up
and began yelling at the man. The
two. engaged in a scuffle and the
Hispanic male went to this car and


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Opponents and supporters of the
proposed Taylor Energy Center, a
800-megawatt, coal-fired power
plant to be built several miles
southeast of Perry, have spent
much: of the week trying to
deterriine what, if any, impact the
Florida. Public Service
Commission's Tuesday decision to
deny a need determination permit
for two 980-megawatt coal plants
in south Florida will have on the
local project.
Florida Power & Light (FPL)
had filed a petition with the PSC in
February requesting permission to
move.fprward with the siting and
constiiction of the FPL Glades
*Powey- Park (FGPP) in Glades
County.
The,.PSC ruled that the proposed
plants; are not the most cost-
effective alternative available.
Commissioners cited the large
fixed costs that would be added to
-base rates for the construction of
the .plahts and the uncertainty
associated with future natural gas
and coal prices.
"Based on an exhaustive
analysis of the record and- a
thorough discussion of the issues,
the commission ruled that FPL's
proposal is 'not the most cost-
effectiie alternative," said PSC
Chairman Lisa Polak Edgar. "The
" commission's decision recognizes
the -need for fuel diversity and
additional generation while
determining that potential benefits
did not mitigate the additional
costs and risks of the project."
Prior to Tuesday's meeting, PSC
staff members prepared a
recommendation report on the
project;` addressing a number of
issues poncemrning the plants.
On the question of whether the
plants were the most cpst-
effective, staff members issued- a
primary recommendation in favor
of approving the permit and a
sec ra one. to deny it.
I the primary recommendation,
sia members said, "The proposed
F .!P is the most cost-effective
all alniae to meet the reliability
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pulled out a gun, the witness
stated.
The suspect fired a shot at the
other man's car and both fled the
area in their respective vehicles,
police said.
A cell phone dropped at the
scene by the suspect was turned
over to police.
During the interview at the store,
Campbell was notified that
someone had called in a complaint
in reference to a disabled vehicle
matching the description of the
suspect's car located alongside
Highway 27 at San Pedro. Guns
were reported to be visible in the
car.
A witness at that scene stated he
was riding his motorcycle when he
observed a Hispanic male-
attempting to push a disabled car
off the roadway.


and fuel diversity needs of FPL.
The addition of natural gas
generating units to the FPL system
does not address the strategic
benefit of fuel diversity. Therefore,
the need for the FGPP is driven
more by the need for fuel diversity
on FPL's system than by simple
economics. Such a strategic
benefit is difficult to quantify and
must be thought of more as a long-
term insurance program rather than
purely an economic decision."
Staffs secondary
recommendation, however, said
the commission should deny the
permit if they believed natural gas
prices will moderate in the future.
"FPL would still have time to
construct additional gas-fired
generation in order to meet a 2013-
2014 reliability need," the report
said."
Building a gas plant will
increase FPL's reliance on natural
gas generation to more than 70%
by the year 2016, the report
continued.


The motorcyclist said he helped
the man get the car off the highway
and it was then he noticed the
weapons in the vehicle.
He stated the suspect then took a
handgun from the vehicle and
started walking down Highway 27
toward Mayo.
Two spent shotgun shells and
more ammunition were found
in the car, as well as a rental
agreement for the vehicle
listing the suspect's name and
address.
This information matched the
name and address found in the cell
phone recovered from the
convenience store. Several photos
of the suspect were also found in
the phone's memory.
After overseeing the
impoundment of the vehicle,
Campbell was notified that the


The future of coal plants in
Florida was left unclear after Gov.
Charlie Crist praised the
commission's decision.
TEC officials are awaiting word.
from the PSC on its own 'need
determination permit. The
commission held a hearing earlier
this year, but TEC officials asked
commissioners to delay their
ruling and reopen the hearing in
light of the discovery of an error in
computer models estimating the
savings to the City of Tallahassee,
one of the project's partners.
Before the delay in the
proceedings, staff members issued
a report recommending the
commission approve the plant as
the most cost effective option.
That recommendation did
not include any secondary
recommendations, as in the Glades'
case. "Each project is different
with differing utility needs," TEC
spokesman Mark McCain said.
"Each project is weighed on its
own merits."


Beat The Heat

SOpen Horse

'I Show


Taylor County 4-H Horse Club
is sponsoring an open show
Saturday, June 16.
4-H Arena Forest Capital Park


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at. 8 am 3 pm Perry, www.espressoyourselfcafe.com


white male shot at by the suspect
had contacted dispatch and wished
to speak to an officer.
During that interview, the man
stated that he was using the pay
phone when the suspect
approached him and appeared to be
waiting to use the phone. The
victim said the man began yelling
and cursing at him to get off the


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phone.
The victim pushed the suspect
away; the man responded by taking
a swing in his direction.
The altercation escalated to the
point the suspect ran back to his
vehicle and drew a gun.
The suspect fired a shot at the
victim as he was pulling out of the
parking lot; two more shots were


fired as he attempted to flee south
on Highway 19.
The victim identified the
suspect as the same man whose
photo was retrieved from the cell
phone.
An arrest affidavit was prepared
for the arrest of the suspect,
identified at Able Tellechea of
Mayo.


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--DOCT( RS'

_ MEMORIAL

HOSPITAL,


Doctors' Memorial Hospital


Pediatric Services Experiencing "Growing Pains"

Relocates Pediatrician


Director of Pediatric Services at Doctors' Memorial Hospital, Dr. Bilal
Khodr, announces an expansion of DMH Pediatric Services with a second
location due to continued growth an a shortage in office space. Dr. Khodr
stated, "We recruited Dr. Emerick to help meet the growing need of our
community. Now the growth has allowed us to expand our locations."

The new Pediatric Office is located at 1211 N. Center Street, where Dr.
Ron Emerick will provide newborn and pediatric medicine. Gina Sapp,
ARNP with Doctors' Memorial Primary Care Clinic (whose prior location
was 1709 S. Jefferson St. in the Perry Plaza Shopping Center) has also
relocated to this site and will continue to provide adult and family
medicine, along with family planning, pap smears, physical, diabetic
testing and treatment, blood draws and more. Appointments can be made
by calling 838-2141.

Dr. Khodr and Lori Hearne, ARNP, will remain at Doctors' Memorial
Hospital Pediatric and Family Medicine Clinic, at 1706 S. Jefferson Street,
providing quality pediatric services with the same convenient hours.
Appointments can be made by calling 838-2121.

Dr. Khodr also provides pediatric services at DMH Family Medicine
Clinic in Mayo a half day each week on Wednesday mornings.
Appointments can be made by calling (386) 294-2475.


1706 S. Jefferson St.
Bilal Khodr, M.D.
Lori Hearne, ARNP
(850) 838-2121


113 E. Main St.
Bilal Khodr, M.D.
(Wednesdays)
Christina Horvath, P.A.
Mayo (386) 294-2475


ruling impact TEC?


MONDAY


TUESDAY


SUNDAY


1211 N. Center St.
Ronald Emerick, D.O.
Gina Sapp, ARNP
(850) 838-2141


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Living


A-4 Perry News-Herald June 8-9, 200Q


Luncheon honors hospital volunteers;-


Promoting nursing as a career...
Pete Nervina, president of the Doctors' Memorial Hospital
(D iVH) Auxiliary, presents Patricia Davis, a Taylor County
High School senior, with the 2007 DMH Auxiliary Nursing
Scholarship Award. Each year the auxiliary solicits
applications from local high school seniors who are already
accepted into North Florida Community College (NFCC) and
taking prerequisites to either the L'PN or RN program.
Patricia was selected for the $500 scholarship "because of
har love of nursing and her desire to take care of people," said
WNervina. The recipient's goal must be to complete a nursing
program at NFCC and return to work at DMH. ,Once the
student is accepted into the nursing program, DMH Auxiliary
will provide an additional $500 scholarship.


Doctors' Memorial Hospital
celebrated 2007 National
Volunteer Week with a spring
luncheon honoring its hospital
auxiliary members.
Bonnie Becker was presented a
plaque of appreciation for the most
volunteer hours served in the
previous year, a total of 506. Also
honored were: Wilma Sloan for
400 hours; Shuge Mangum with
338; Anne Gray for 312; and Joann
New for 275 hours. Each was
presented a certificate of
appreciation. Jim Creech was
recognized for the most
accumulative volunteer hours,
4832.
"Our volunteers are a blessing,"
said Terri Parsons, interim CEO.
"Month after month of each year,
they give of their time to assist
with patients and staff support, to
provide fresh flowers weekly,
manage the gift shop, maintain the
flower gardens and help with our
annual health fairs. If we simply
think in terms of money, though,
these volunteers saved DMH more


than $48,000 just this year."
Parsons also credited the
auxiliary with purchasing plants
for flower beds, a Veterans Day
wreath, Christmas decorations for
the lobby, oximeters for outpatient
surgery, a television set for the
emergency room, children's books,
a clock for the ICU waiting room,
nursing scholarships and dry erase
boards for patient rooms. For the
luncheon, the theme was "Hats
Off..." and Parsons, along with
other department managers, wore


lats of all descriptions while merchants who supplied door
saluting auxiliary members for prizes for this event," said Parsons,-
their dedicated service. Floral passing along appreciation to.
centerpieces repeated the theme, South House, Badcock, Sisters'.
featuring spring hats and a mini Mercantile, Wilson's O'Quinn
gift tote. Pharmacy and Mama's Italian
"We're grateful to local Restaurant.


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Chastity Hope Taylor and Eustis Thomas Gunter will- be wed this :
Saturday, June 9, at 3 p.m. in Pisgah Baptist Church, followed by a -
reception at the home of Vivian and Bob Sheffield.
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Reunions
Poppell Please bring lawn chairs for from 11 a.m. until: 2 p.m. at the
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Ridunion will be held Sunday, June dishes to share. Hendry Road.
10; at the Perry Garden Club in Roberts All members of the extended
ofiest Capital Park. The Roberts Family Reunion Roberts family are invited to
Family members and friends are will be held this Sunday, June 10, attend this covered dish gathering.
encouraged to gather around 10
a;m.; lunch will be served at 12:30
prm.
Please bring your favorite
Qjvered dishes, as well as lawn
hairs. Paper goods will be
ffimrnished.
.For additional information,
please contact 584-2301 or 584- Under NEW Management
4091. New Owners

Family members and friends are D uran & Ton Wht
encouraged to gather around 11
a.m. on Saturday, June 9, for the
annual Lynn Reunion at Forest
Capital Park.y
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p.m.

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A-5 Perry News-Herald June 8-9, 2007


Did city under-budget interest earnings?


COUNCIL
Continued from page 1
payment for work performed, by
salary, wages, commission or
othetvwise.
"During the Aug. 10, 2004,
council meeting, an item on the
agenda was, 'council member
(Emily) Ketring to discuss city
courinil members' compensation.'
"TIbis discussion resulted in


Ordinance 789 and set council
compensation at $6,131 per
annum. While it is not part of the
ordinance, during the discussion
council members agreed they
should receive by ordinance
compensation of $6,131 per year
and only other benefits required by
law such as Social Security and
membership in the Florida
Retirement System," Brynes
continued.


Suspect released from prison

just four days before robbery


ARMED ROBBERY
Continued from page 1


by the suspects; one of the suspects
theh approached the victim's car.
'they robbed him of $300,
ordered him to take his clothes
off, and forced him to walk across
the' road at gunpoint, he told
officers.
The suspect also struck the
victim on the head with the gun
an4 told him that if he ran, they
wold kill, him, police said.
Apparently underscoring the
threat, one of the suspects fired a
sho.i near the victim's head, leaving
a viable'powder bum.
The victim told police he was
able get away from the suspects
when he heard the police sirens
coming toward the area. .
H'; identified both suspects;


officers arrested one of the men,
Tavariss Davis, 27, the next day
The second suspect, Jackson,
remained at-large as of presstime
Thursday. He was released from
prison Sunday, May 27; the
robbery occurred the following
Monday, June 4.
His most recent prison sentence
history reflected an "in custody"
date of December 1998 on charges
ranging from carrying a concealed
firearini, aggravated battery on a
pregnant victim, resisting
officer with violence and
shooting/throwing a missile into a
building/vehicle.
Anyone with information as to
his whereabouts is asked to contact
the PPD at 584-5121 or call Big
Bend Crime Stoppers toll-free at
888-876-TIPS (8477). All callers
may remain anonymous.


Suspect .assaulted officer.


ASSAULT RIFLE
Continued from page 1
found by officers, who
initiated a traffic stop on Folsom
Street.
As King was exiting the vehicle,
he struck PPD Sgt. Cla Parker in
8the chest and fled on foot.


Patrolmen Paul Sunderland and
Jimmy Cash gave 'chase,
apprehending the suspect after a
six to eight block run.
The assault rifle and
ammunition were recovered from
the vehicle by Parker, as well as
cannabis dropped by the suspect
when fleeing.


"Article II, section 2.07 of the
city charter states, 'The
compensation of council members
shall be established by ordinance.'
"Why was this put in the
charter? It was put there to provide
open government. Ordinances
must have public hearings and
advertising thus providing open
government to all citizens to
express their opinions if they wish
to. I requested the ordinance
increasing council compensation
and was told an ordinance was not
necessary to increase council
compensation.
"If ordinances do not exist to
support the increases to council


compensation, I respectfully
request council members return all
excess compensation to the city or
vote that an ordinance is not
necessary to increase council
compensation," he concluded.
Brynes also charged that, last
year, the City of Perry had a more
than $300,000 tax increase and
under-bddgeted interest by about
$400,000. Additionally, he noted
that the city could have used cash
reserves to pay for capital outlay
($424,000) rather than general
fund dollars.
"I can assure you the only reason
the City of Perry can operate this
way is because it operates as a


monopoly. If anyone has ever
operated a business like this, it
either went out of business quickly
or was forced into bankruptcy,"
Brynes said.
At the end of Brynes' speech,
Councilman Don Cook said,' "I
would like staff to review all
comments and council minutes and
tapes and see where there are valid
points and points that are- not


valid."
"Will this be discussed at the
next council meeting?" Brynes
asked.
"Yeah, we'll agenda this for the
next meeting," Mayor Emily
Ketring said.
On Thursday, City Manager Bob
Brown confirmed that the issues
brought forward by Brynes would
be addressed Tuesday (June 12).


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'One More Cast Guide Service
'* The trout fishing was great last
Week, before the weather of this
past weekend, as I had limits of
trout on my charters each day from
May 29 through June 1st.
Our best day, Wednesday, the
iop five trout of our 15 weighed
15.4 pounds. I also had a limit of
reds each day. All of our trout
came from 4-4.5 feet of water on
live pinfish under Cajuns and a
few of the reds were caught on
Th~under-Spin spinnerbaits, while
the balance ate live pinfish under
Cajuns.
Thursday, Leslie Marioupoulos
pf Minnesota landed a 44 pound
blacktip on ten pound TripleFish
line besides our 15 trout and three
reds to 6.7 pounds. It took about
40 minutes to wear the shark
own.
1 Edward Thomas of TGIF


Charters reports:
"On May 31st and June 1st, I
chartered J.B. Faircloth and
Ronnie Gardner of Cordele, Ga.,
for a 2 day total of 27 trout, 5
redfish and 1 flounder.
The largest fish consisted of one
22 inch, 3.5 pound trout and 4
redfish weighing in excess of 5
pounds each. The largest redfish
beirfg 27 inches and 7.5 pounds.
The trout were caught on a
combination of live pin fish and
Berkley Gulp fished under Cajun
Thunder Floats. The redfish were
caught using ThunderTSpin
spinnerbaits rigged with Berkley
Gulp shrimp. The weather forced
cancellation of Saturday and
Sunday's charters." The w-i-n-d
had taken the bite as of Monday,
but-everything should be back to
normal by this weekend.
No one has been offshore or if
they did it wasn't this week.


8-under

A-6 Perry News-Herald June 8-9, 2007 team begins

all-star play

Perry's 8-under Rookie League
All-Star baseball team opened
tournament play Thursday in Lake
City.
Perry was slated to face
S Okeeheelee in the first round and
L either Tanglewood or Madison in
Friday's second round.
Team members include: Andrew
A' ,c, lTPgRIHail, Brandon Slaughter, Dylan,
Dudley, Jaime Vazquez, Jarquez
Mango, Larrett Terrell,-Layne
Sanderson, Michael Hammock,
Nathan Gtcathner, Seth Bowden,
Seth Raulerson, Stephan Pittman,
/OE iTaran Barger and Zachary Fike:
Coaching the team this year are
'-., ,Kenneth Dudley, Kevin Slaughter
R\ j and Price Harris.


10-under All-Stars
Members of the Perry, 10-under All-Star team include, front row (left to right): Caleb
Wentworth, Douglas Bethea, Trevor Hathcock, Cole Wentworth and Grant Parker. Second row:
Grayson Hicks, Wesley Smyrnios, Daniel Wentworth, Cameron Collins, Jonah Newberry,
Austin Bishop and coaches Dane Collins, Reggie Wentworth and Don Bishop. The team will open
post-season play Thursday at 7:30 p.m. as they host the district tourney.


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equipment. These hunts are not
intended for hunters who have
Florida Disabled Person Hunting
and Fishing Certificates, but rather
those who are permanently
confined to a wheelchair, persons
who require the use of mechanical.
aids (crutches and walkers) to walk
or those with complete single-leg
amputations.
Another unique hunt is for
hunters 8-15 years old.
Two WMAs in the North
Central Region (Camp Blanding
and Andrews) offer opportunities
for non-hunting adults to
supervise young hunters on public
hunting areas where the number of
hunters and the hunting areas .are
rigidly controlled to provide an
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popular, and the number of
applicants exceeds the number of
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Family hunts are offered at
Allapattah Flats, Perdido River,
Lafayette Creek, Matanzas,
Andrews, Devil's Hammock
and Dinner Island WMAs.
Applicants age 18 or older may
apply for a permit. The permit


holder is required to bring from
one to two children ages 8-15.
Unlike the youth hunt, the family
hunt allows the adult supervisor to
hunt with the children.
Wildlife management areas in
the southern part of the state offer
hunters an unusual challenge
because of' their open-marsh
landscape. Hunting these areas'
requires special vehicles.


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Tom then generously
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During 12-week couy..


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overwhelmed by them."
Melody Greene, who will he leading the stiud. ii rlitllv. inviles
interested persons to join the group al -105 ( leni'(-! l ai l. ihet niii.: ofi
Virginia and Bill Maddox. Studies begin at 9:3)0 ,t!.m. e'.li 'I Tue'sdiy.
Where are or y vr'h?
Kimberly Hanikerson will be guest spi Ir:. r i I i f i ; a.m. '.vworshlip
service on Sunday., .une 10. at Steswan i !cI.,- i ..\ .', 1.}1. ('liirch when
Youth Day will be observed.
The Young People's Division cordially invite- c >'. ir ,"this
dynamic speaker deliver an inspirational mcs'aso taili Ied Ii f .1 rt l' :ih."
'Voices of Calvary' sing, hert .
The Temple of God Baptist C I.....H ii present "'hI .' oices of r\
from Atlanta, Ga., on Sunday, June 10. at 4 p.m. A c ;'rlsrm in .ii n !h
the Temple of God Church Mass Choir.
Everyone is invited to come and enjoy the singing: tile church is lo,iatcid
at 105 Sandra St.
Women's Day planned at Stewart
Stewart Memorial A.M.E. will also observe Womenl's Day on Sunday,
June 10, at 5 p.m. Everyone is encouraged to participate.

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James H. "Jimmy" Jones
James H. "Jinimmy" Jones. age 59. children, Dorsey. Trenton, and-
died Wednesday. June r 2007. ai Naithan. of Perry: one niece. Darn
Doctors' Memorial Hospital in .ones and her three children,
Perry. Mr. Jones had lived in Perti Lvx'nesdi. Tyler. and Kaitlin, of
since 2000, moving here from P'icr\ : and other relatives and
Tallahassee. He had worked as a friends.
Classification Specialist with the F'aneral Scr\ ices will be held at
Department of Corrections. He I a.m. Friday. June 8, 2007, at Joe
enjoyed hobbies of listening to P. Burns Funeral Home Chapel,
country music, watching college \\xiih Bro. Cricket Watson*
football games, aid surfing the officiating. Interment will follow,
internet. He was predeceased by atl Voodlawn Cemetery. Family-
his parents, J. C. & Sammie \\ ill receive friends two hours prior .
Lipscomb and Eulius "Shorty" io the service.
Jones. Joe P. Burns Funeral Home, (850),
Survivors include: one nephew, 584--1149. is in charge of:
Keith & Gwen Jones and their three arrangements.

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Statements


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community


CHAMBER
Continued from page 1
"If this coal plant goes through,
it is an example of redneck
politics," Saff told stunned
commissioners during the
meeting. Commissioners Page,
Rudolph Parker, Pat Patterson and
Mark Wiggins all took exception
to Saffs offensive remarks.
Portwood told the Perry News-
Herald Thursday that he hopes Dr.
Saff has now had time to
reconsider his. disparaging
comments and will "do the right
thing" and apologize.
"Dr. Saffs comments are way
out of line, but I don't think he has
said anything yet that couldn't be
made right by a sincere apology.
We have all said things we later
regretted," Portwood said.
"Dr. Saff is a trained healer, but
unfortunately he chose to use
words to wound. His statements
are not just a slur on five elected
officials, but an entire community.
He needs to apologize and help
close those wounds," Portwood
said.


To survey and map area


Divers descend to 95 ft.



at Rise of Rocky Creek


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Captain Audie Towles contacts divers Mark Hershberger and
Chris Folsom by radio as they explore the Rise.


Youth, you're invited to lunch...

Stewart Memorial A.M.E. Church is hosting the annual Summer
Food Service Program now through Friday, Aug. 17. Nutritionally
balanced meals are provided to all children ages 18 and under free of
charge. Meals are served at the church from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.,.
Monday through Friday. Anyone needing transportation to the church
may call 584-7194.


DEPTHS
Continued from page 1
Folsom and Gene Franklin.
Joining them at the Rise was Pat
Kennedy with the Leon County
Sheriffs Office Dive Team. He
brought with him a Video-Ray,
an unmanned underwater
vehicle about the size of a toaster
oven.
The $20,000 piece of equipment
was on loan from the North Florida
Regional Domestic Security Task
Force, which provides equipment
and assistance to a 13-county


membership.
The Video-Ray can be remotely
controlled from shore and has fore
and aft cameras, providing vibrant
display from the depths.
The device is often used as 'a
safety precaution before human
divers enter the water to look for
underwater hazards and visibility
conditions.
The Video-Ray is also used to
search for evidence or a missing
person.
At the Rise, the submersible
illuminated fish and submerged
trees as well as bricks, boards, a


General Election is June 26


CURTIS
Continued from page 1
On the Democrats side, Franks
handily won the nod from voters,
with 65 percent of the total ballots


(6,086 votes). Ravenscraft had just
35 percent of the vote with 3,271.
The Republican and Democratic
nominees will next meet in
the General Election Tuesday, June
26.


fishing pole and countless tangles-
of fishing line.
After the device was tangled byl
a rope, Hershberger and Folsomn
entered the water to explore thea
depths and free the Video-Ray. :
Aided by an underwater-
communications system, the two-'
divers updated Towles as:
they progressed deeper and:
deeper into the scoop located'
in the northeast corner.
They were later joined by-
Franklin, and the dive team's]
members returned to the water,:
reaching some 95 feet before:
turning back.
Towles estimated they were:
somewhere under Harrison .Blue,
Road at that ppint, since theE
cavernous depths curved as the:
divers descended.
"These were extremely7-
dangerous conditions," Towles'-
said. "It is not for a place fort
novice divers."


"Honor Thy Father And Thy Mother

That Thy Days Be Long On The Land..."


Married: June 9, 1952


Arvil Dunaway, Our Dad


Nell Robinson, Our Mother


My Mother

My Best Friend
It is said: "Behind every great man is a greater woman."
My Mother is that great woman.
My Mother gave to her family; Love, Tenderness, Laughter, and Wisdom. Through all our travels
and Dad's many ministries my Mother was there keeping our home the safety net to which we all
retreated at the end of the day.
My Mother gave to each of us, understanding for whatever we were going through. Mom had a
saying for everything: "A new broom sweeps good," means be aware that new situations change
as time goes on. "Be aware of a dog that brings a bone for they'll carry a bone" meaning don't
listen to gossip and participate for the bearer/ hearer will carry your news, "Keep your door step
swept and you'll be too busy to sweep others."
As a young girl I wanted to be just like my Mom, To have a husband who adored me, children
and a home to keep. My Mother always let me "play house." When Mom ironed, I ironed bath
clothes. When my sister Constance came, Mom had my dolls for me to take care of, my dishes to
wash, and my 'shopping to do, thank you, Mom for including me in your life routine, It became
who I am.
Mom and I made pine straw houses and rode the bouncy horse we had such fun! When my
Mother gave birth to my youngest sister, she let me name her "Tammy" that sealed my fate
forever, I would be a Mom like my Mom. Thank You, Mom.
Thank yod, Mother for giving me so much of your life, your love of laugher, your friendship.
Thank you for loving me even when I was wrong. For guiding me with patience, for giving me
back my self esteem when I allowed others to take it from me.
Thank You for helping me tame my temper, while not allowing myself to be walked over.
Thank you, Mother for your courage and humor, and love that smoothed all the hurts away.
Mother, You are truly My Best Friend and I Your Greatest Admirer.
I will love and cherish you forever,
Cindy, a.k.a., Cynthia, Samantha


Arvil and Nell Dunaway


My Dad. My Hero
In a world of people trying to find a hero, a role model, a guide. I was
given the greatest opportunity of all; I was given by birth to a great
noble man who has led by example all of my life. I do not need or ,
depend on sports, political or entertainment individuals to be role
models. I am so thankful that I can enjoy, appreciate, and admire all
of their talents and skills but am not disillusioned or disappointed
when their human frailties reveal that character is not a package deal.
This letter is not to boast or brag. It is with humility that I recognize .
the greatest man I know.
My father, Arvil Dunaway, was one of nine sons born to Henry and
Clara Dunaway from Jackson County, Florida. Although his youth
was spent farming hundreds of acres of land, his life has expanded
. the world in service to humanity. First by joining the United States
Army, serving in the Korean War, then followed by active duty for
twenty years, my father instilled in me patriotism to the ideals our
country was founded on; freedom and equality for all human beings.
After retiring from the military, while supporting his wife and four children, he eamed his bachelors degree in theology and began service
of another kind. From church to prison ministries my father has reached out to thousands of people with love and compassion to help then
find the way to a better life. As a small child, hanging on his proverbial coat tails, I witnessed the uncompromising belief that ALL people
in ALL walks of life are worthy of our best efforts to help them along the way.
Of all his acts of kindness, chivalry, and righteousness, the greatest of all gifts my father gave me was the love he showed my mother. My.
father seemed to measure his success as a man by how much he could provide my mother with love, security, and within reason material
wealth. Although his love for his children was beyond measure, we all knew that our mother was the queen of his castle and his devotion
flowed from the top down. His passion and devotion to God was exemplified by the love for his bride.
Dad, on your 75th birthday I declare publicly what a great man you are. It may not be the Nobel Peace Prize, the Jefferson Award, or any
other well known acknowledgment of greatness; however. you are among the wisest and greatest of all leaders because you literally
"practice what you preach." Your efforts and hard work are not in vain. The seeds you have planted are yielding good fruit that continues
to multiply. My heart is filled with gratitude for having experienced the pure and unselfish love you have always given me. As a young
girl I remember the patience and kindness you showed me with the countless nightmares I had. when I would cry out and you would rush
to my room each and every time. You would pray over me and lessen my fears with the reminder "there's nothing to fear but fear itself:"
Daddy. I'm not afraid anymore...and fear is the only thing I fear. Thank you for making me brave.
Although I have broken your heart with bad choices, you have always believed in my potential to do better. At the age of 36, while I was
working two jobs you wrote me a letter still offering to pay for my college education, living expenses, and whatever it took for me to
pursue a better life. Of course, we both know the financial offering was a sacrifice. However, it did give me the courage and'safety net
needed to climb higher than I ever imagined possible. Thank you for broadening my horizons, for opening the door in the prison I had
sentenced myself to. I am free, Daddy, and continue to make better choices with each new day.
Since I can remember, I have prayed and asked God not to take you and mother away from me. The thought of living without the two of
you has always been unbearable. I never want to be without your presence, love, wisdom, and conversation. I don't want you to leave me.
I realize my desire is unreasonable, which I know you will be proud that I am being led by reason and not emotion! However, my
consolation comes from knowing that I truly will never be without you. You are a part of my very existence, my biological construct, my
mindfulness, and my heart. You will always be my Daddy and I will always be your little tiger.
So to the rest of the world. If you need a role model I give my father asan example to you. Leadership begins at home. In your community,
and ultimately with each of us individually. The issues that divide us will always exist; we are all on different paths. However, what we
have in common is the need to give and receive love and compassion.
To that end I will share one of the greatest rules my father had which developed love and compassion in my heart. When anyone in our
family criticized another person my father would call for the "ten good things list." This meant you had to list ten good things about the.
person you put down. It wasn't always easy, sometimes it ended with "she has pretty white teeth" or "beautiful blue hair" hut it made you
slow to criticize and able to search for and find the best in each person. Not to mention it felt really good when a sibling had to say ten
good things about you! Dad's lesson accomplished what he intended. To be mindful of what you say, to avoid criticizing others, and that
everyone (including yourself) has at least ten good things about them. That lesson alone deserves a peace prize.
"W#e etue a4d ado, e *",


We Love You,
Happy Anniversary,
Dr. Miles and Cynthia Nelson
Mirranda and Michael
Julien Gavin Link
Meridith and Darell
Aiden Joshua Dunaway
Kian Arvil Dunaway
Nichole, Natalie, Jaison,
Candice, Constance, Tammy,
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B-1 Perry News-Herald June 8-9, 2007


Tales from the traveling Canadian


Editor's Note: Nine months ago, Mike
Gelinas and his wife of 32 years, Karin,
decided to sell the house, the furniture
and most of their belongings, to travel
across America in a 35-foot motorhome
dulbed "The Beast." Their travels have
take' them from North Bay, Ontario,
Canada, to a quaint little village called
Steinhatchee. Mike and his wife have
been there since the end of January and
are -exploring and writing about the
attractions in and around Taylor County.
Mike is a previous dean at a private
college in Canada and also owned two
radio stations in Northern Ontario before
retiring. In addition to finding his
reporting "very accurate," he believes
you may also learn a thing or two about
business, tourism or marketing.
: Hugh
.Once in a lifetime, or less, you
meet someone who not only has
his birthday on the same day as
yours, but was born in the same
year. Hugh, the pool man at the
Sleinhatchee River Inn in
Sieinhatchee, Florida, is my twin.
We were born on the same day in
the same year. Hugh is about 13
ht'urs older as he was born at
7 -a.m. and I was born at 8 p.m.
MEuch like Arnold and Danny
Devito, I keep trying to see any
resemblance in case we were
separated at birth but, alas, we
come from different countries,


cultures and mothers.
Hugh was born and raised in
Florida and I am from Canada.
Hugh's talents are in hands-on
tasks while I could not use a
hammer if my life depended on it.
Hugh is a quiet, reserved person;
I am neither. I have traveled
throughout Canada and the United
States, Hugh has not. Yet the traits
that make Hugh and I different are
also the ones that make me want to
know more about my long, lost
twin.
What if I would have been born
here instead of Canada? What if
my skills would have been hands-
on skills instead of academic?
What if I was cleaning a pool in
Steinhatchee, and this Canadian
opened up a conversation with me?
Would I be as open and pleasant as
Hugh has been to me?
People say that I am growing a
beard to look like Hugh. They are
probably right. Every time I meet
someone, I try and guess what that


person's life would have been like
if circumstances had been
different.
If I were Hugh, I would not
change a thing about Hugh. I will,
however, change a lot about Mike
to be like Hugh. Thanks Hugh.
Kissimmee
We went to Kissimmee and the
attraction that wowed us was not
the Epcot Center, the Magic
Kingdom, or any of the Disney
theme parks. It was a part of the
city of Kissimmee called "Old
Town"--not to be confused with the
community of Old Town near
Cross City. (I will cover the Epcot
center at a future time.)
This Old Town is a set of streets
where cars are not allowed and the
storefronts are all decorated in
old-time nostalgia. One store we
went in had a 50's theme including
the clerk who must have been a
hippy in her younger days. She
made the store come alive with
memorabilia of the Beatles, the


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The bar had an outside
entertainer who sang 50's and 60's
songs from Elton John and Neil
Diamond. He invited the crowd to
sit, have a beer and enjoy the
atmosphere. We went at night and
the lighting of the street made one
think of an old English town. At
any minute, you could have
imagined that you would run into
Sherlock Holmes smoking his pipe
or Jack the Ripper strangling
someone.
There are rides at Old Town. Go-
carts are a lot of fun. They are even
better at night when the sound of


engines is blaring. There was a ride
where three victims are tied
together, hoisted to the top of a
tower and released for a free-fall
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Flaws distract in 'Sin Eater'


Mixing religion and movies is never easy. It requires
the right mix of engaging story and core messages, along
with the knowledge of who you are trying to reach.
Religious movies have been around since the early
days of film, but during the last couple of decades, they
have been increasingly relegated to low budget, direct-
to-video releases or made-for television Sunday night
specials.
Following the phenomenal success of Mel Gibson's
"Passion of the Christ" in 2004, however, movie studios
have been trying to cater more to the Christian market.
Money drives business, as they say.
'Twentieth Century Fox was the first to test the market
With its Fox Faith label, which has released three films
to theatres and many more to DVD.
: "The Last Sin Eater," based on the novel by Francine
Rivers, was the second of the theatrical releases, falling
somewhere in the middle in quality and at the top for
vyertly Christian messages, and is now available on
DVD. ,
The movie tells the .
story of 10-year-old
Cadi Forbes (Liana .
Liberato), a girl who
lives in a small village
in 1850s Appalachia. .
She is stricken with
guilt over her little ..
sister's death, for
which she feels her
family blames her. "
; As the film opens,
Cadi's grandmother, I
the last person she
feels still loves her, dies. After preparing her for burial,
the village of Welsh immigrants rings the funeral bell.
! The bell calls everyone to the cemetery, including an
enigmatic outcast known as the Sin Eater. This man,
Whom no one will even dare look at, performs rites upon
the dead-to take away their sins and make them his own.
Although they rely on him to. free them from sin,
allowing them.to reach heaven, the villagers see the Sin
L aer a.ihee.mbodimnit of" ievil'ot-all Lhe sin.he now:,
presentsts'
; Cadi, however, is fascinated by this and risks a glance
during the ceremony. From then on, she becomes
obsessed with the idea of finding him and asking him to
remove her own sin. This quest eventually leads her to
discover several terrible secrets about the Sin Eater as
well as the village itself.
The Christian elements really come into play when a
traveling man of God (Henry Thomas) -sets up camp
outside the village; This intrigues Cadi and her friend
Fagan Kai (Soren Fulton), and infuriates Fagan's father
Brogan (Stewart Finlay-McLennan), the village elder.
It wasn't until the man of God (his name is never
iiven) talks to Cadi about Jesus and the forgiving of sin
that I realized that the village has no knowledge of
Shristianity. While this seems a bit hard to believe in
850s America, it works for the story, allowing the
,illagers to" so blindly accept the idea of the Sin Eater,
especially the version used in the film.
! Speaking of Sin Eaters, the only other time I had ever
,Ieard the term before this movie was in the 2003 film,
'The Order," starring Heath Ledger as a Catholic priest
*.ho battles against a Sin Eater for providing an
alternativee route to heaven. As far as the historical
practice of the rite, little is known aside from it seems to
iave been practiced in England and Scotland, as well as
Vales, where it survived much longer (fitting into the
4tory's plot of Welsh immigrants).
| "The Last Sin Eater" does a good job converting what
is mostly an internal battle within Cadi about her
,resumed sin and her desire to rid herself of it. The story
loves in a fast enough pace to keep viewers from. being
liored, and provides enough twists and turns to -keep.
,em engaged.
As I said, the movie is the most overtly Christian of
tox Faith's theatrical releases, and be prepared for a
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sermon or two. Again, this comes down to knowing your
market, and as viewers, knowing what you want to
watch. If you are looking for a story in which the word
of God and Jesus Christ represent the power that saves
lives and souls, then this may be the movie for you.
The movie is far from perfect, however, beginning
with the acting, which is a mixed bag. The younger cast,
highlighted by Liberato and Fulton as Cadi and Soren,
actually outshine their older counterparts. Much of the
problem comes from the fake accents many of the cast
members use throughout the film, with varying degrees
of success. Finlay-McLennan, for instances, provides an
excellent villain in Brogan Kai, a man we learn to dislike
and fear, but that persona is all but lost whenever he
opens his mouth to speak.
Much of these faults could be forgiven or ignored if it
hadn't been for the horrendous special effects. There is
no other word for it, horrendous. There are only three or
four scenes in which they are used, all at the site known
3 as the Narrows, a
"U '^llEI thin ravine several
A" e I c i hundred feet deep.
Cadi travels to
galld alit this area several
h i d d times during the
1 film, crossing the
Sp ravine on a fallen
Street. Each time,
moe to wthe ravine is
obviously a
computer addition.
S'It doesn't even
.4 Ilook real, as if they
used video footage
of an actual ravine and combined it with footage of Cadi.
Instead, it looks like an amateur created a fake ravine
and added it in. Each time, it jerked me out of the movie
(which is doubly bad considering each scene is a high
drama point for the story), making me shake my head in
disbelief. I realize the film did not have an-excess of
money to work with, but I've seen better work done for
television.
. ar.NLot wantifig.to nd:or suaohhaegati e, noLte.tinw.v.er.
I will repeat my praise of Lianhf Liberato's 'ork a's Cadi.
The film lives or dies by her performance, and the young
actress carried the movie from start to finish. It is a
testament to her ability that the movie overcomes many
of its faults.
"The Last Sin Eater" has a limited target, but those
who feel they fall into it may find themselves a
satisfying two hours"of entertainment.
Parents should be warned that several moments in the
movie are a bit disturbing, including Cadi's early
thoughts of suicide over her sister's death. Once she
actually imagines throwing herself down into the
Narrows, and later actually makes the attempt. Several
later scenes involve violence, including one against a
child, but they are handled well and are not gratuitous.
s "The Last Sin Eater" is rated PG-13 for thematic
elements, and some intense sequences of violence.

On an unrelated note, CBS President Nina Tassler
released a letter Wednesday announcing the return of
"Jericho" for hext season. The show, which was
canceled due to low ratings, will get a second chance at
life as a mid-season, replacement.
The first season will be released on DVD in
September and re-runs will be shown on CBS during the
summer. The campaign that saved "Jericho" involved
fans reportedly sending CBS executives more than
20,000 pounds of nuts, in reference to a line from the
season finale in which a character shouts, "Nuts," in
reply to a request for the town to surrender.
For those who haven't seen this show about a town
trying to survive after a massive nuclear attack on the
United States, it was--now is, again--a great show and I
eagerly look forward to seeing a second season. For it to
survive further, however, more viewers are needed.
Fans, get out there and recruit more people!


Iegicnal Events


CIassial Music
Friday, June 15
Tallahassee Civic Choral
presents "Big City Vacation"
Turner Auditorium, TCC
www.civicchoral.com
Vlay IAtuskals
June 21 Jufy 1
Young Actors Theater
"Grease"
www.youngactorstheatre.com
850-386-6602

July 6 22
Tallahassee'Little Theatre
"Once on This Island"
www.tallahasseelittletheatre.org
(850) 224-8474

JuCy 27-29, Aug. 3-5
Theatre A La Carte presents
"The Scarlet Pimpernel"
www.tallahasseelittletheatre.org
850-224-8474


1'opular Music
Tuesday, June 12
Habitat for Humanity
Benefit at the Moon
featuring Jason Byrd
The Moon, Tallahassee
850-222-6666 www.moonevents.com

Sunday, Jufy 22
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
904-353-3309 www.jaxevents.com
Festivals ,' nConcerts
Saturday, June 7-9
10th annual Florida
African Dance Festival
Dance and drumming workshops
at Tallahassee Community College
as well as a concert June 9 at
FAMU's Lee Hall Auditorium.
visit www.fadf.org


Festivals / Concerts
Saturday, June 9
Sun Country Jamboree
Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park
www.suncountryjamboree.com

June 14-16
Suwannee River Jubilee
Gospel Concert
Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park
www.dixieechoes.com .

Saturday, June 23
Artopia 2007:
Impressions of Paris
Annual art auction featuring local,
regional and national artists' original
works, as well as a few signed and
numbered limited editions. Proceeds
benefit Big Bend Cares.
The Moon, Tallahassee
www.bigbendcares.org


Ifyou would tde your event ftsted, contact us at
850-584-5513 or marf(permrnewspapers.com.


Singing the blues
Fiona Boyes, winner of the 2003 International Blues Challenge, will be performing at tfie
Bradfordville Blues Club Saturday, June 9.. Tickets are $12 and may be purchased online until
10 p.m. tonight (Friday). To purchase tickets or for more information, visit
www.bradfordvilleblues.com. Boyes released her debut solo album, "Blues in My Heart," In
2000 to critical acclaim. It won her the 2001 Female Blues Artist of the Year, the 2001 APRA
Song of the Year and 2002 Blues Performer of the Year awards, as well as accolades from
reviewers and audiences around the world. Currently she is touring at festivals and clubs.tn
Australia, North America, Asia and Europe.


YAT announces 2007-08 season
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continues as the Young Actors experience that holds universal. his father's favorite son. When ile
Theatre announces its 2007-08 appeal for audiences of all ages. is sold into slavery by his jealous
Main Stage Season. Little Shop of Horrors brothers and taken to Egypt,
Organizers urge everyone to join March 7-16, 2008 Joseph endures a series -of
them as they raise the curtain on A down-and-out skid row floral adventures in which his spirit i6td
their 32nd year of bringing quality assistant becomes an overnight humanity are continually
family entertainment to sensation when he discovers an challenged.
Tallahassee audiences. exotic plant with a ntysterious Set to an engaging comucopiaxCf
The 2007-08 season will craving for fresh blood. Soon musical styles, from country-
include: "Audrey II" grows into an ill- western and calypso to bubble-
Big, the Musical tempered, R&B-singing carnivore gum pop and rock 'n' roll, this Old
Nov. 9-18, 2007 who offers him fame and fortune in Testament tale, complete with:.an
The hit movie bursts onstage in exchange for feeding its growing Elvis-like Pharaoh, emerges both
this vibrant, funny and touching appetite. .. timely and timeless.,
musical. When frustrated This affectionate spoof of 1950s To.purchase season tickets, call
adolescent Josh Baskin wishes he sci-fi movies has become a house- the theatre box office at 850-386-
were 'big" and wakes up the next hold name. Charming,. tuneful and 6602, ext. 2 on Mondays through
morning a 30-year-old man, he hilarious, with tongue firmly Fridays, 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. ,-:
discovers there's much more to planted incheek, "Little Shop of For more information or.;to
being an adult than he's bargained Horrors" never fails to entertain. purchase tickets online, visit
for--and learns we must all grow Joseph and the Amazing www.youngactorstheatre.com. 1
up at our own pace, in our own TechnicolOr Dreamcoat Founded in 1975, the theatres
time. June 19-29, 2008 one of the oldest independent
A witty, moving, insightful book The Biblical saga of Joseph and youth theatre programs in the
and a dazzling, energetic, heartfelt, his coat of.many colors comes to country celebrating it's 3ist
contemporary score makes this vibrant life in this delightful 'consecutive' year of training kid
already classic motion picture musical parable. Joseph is a boy production.

Tonight and Saturday

Production to get encore
Due to popular demand, Tallahassee Little Theatre's production of Ken
Ludwig's "Lend Me a Tenor" has been held over for two encore
performances. The additional performances will be tonight (Friday) and
Saturday at 8 p.m.
Called a "farce of operatic proportions," the play is set in 1934 Ohio as
the state is preparing for the biggest operatic fund-raiser ever presented by
the Cleveland Grand Opera Company.
For tickets, call the theatre box office at 850-224-8474 or visit the
theatre's Web site at www.tallahasseelittletheatre.org.


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'Ralph scurried through shadows on the floor to the curtain


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Editor's Note: This is the eighth
installment of Beverly Cleary's classic,
"The Mouse and the Motorcycle." It is
being presented by this newspaper,
and newspapers across America, as
part of the Drop Everything And'Read
(D.E.A.R.) promotion which
encourages silent reading for pleasure.


The 13-part series will continue in
upcoming editions. Please look for it...
and Drop Everything and Read!
Previous chapters can be found in:
Chapter One March 30
Chapter Two April 4
Chapter Three April 18


Chapter Four April 25
Chapter Five May 2
Chapter Six May 1]
Chapter Seven May 23
Chapter Eight May 30
Chapter Nine
Ralph Takes Command
It was a sad night for Ralph, a
sad and lonely night. If he went
back to the mousehole, his mother
was sure to worry him with
embarrassing questions about the
motorcycle. She would also expect
him t6 help clean up after the
family reunion. If he took off his
crash helmet, he could squeeze
under the door and explore the hall
on foot, but he could .not bear to
part with the helmet and, anyway,


he had no desire to travel by foot
where he had once ridden with
such noise and speed.
Ralph scurried through shadows
on the floor to the curtain, which
he climbed to the windowsill.
There he sat, huddled and alone,
staring out into the night listening
to the kissing sounds of the bats as
they jerked and zigzagged from the
eaves of the hotel, through the
pines, and back again. Around the
window the leaves of a Virginia
creeper vine shifted in the breeze,
and down in the lobby a clock
struck midnight. An owl slid
silently through the night across
the clearing of the parking lot from
one pine to another. Ralph could
remember a time when he had
envied bats and owls their ability


to fly. but that was before he had
experienced the speed and power
of a motorcycle.
Early in the morning the smell of
bacon drifting up from the kitchen
brought back all Ralph's dreams of
the ground floor. It was not long
until he was embarrassed to
discover that Keith was awake and
was lying quietly in bed watching
him.
"Hi," said Keith.
"Oh, hello." Ralph wished he
had returned to the mousehole
before dawn. "Well, I guess it's
about time for me to go home to
bed."
Keith sat up. "Don't go yet. Wait
until my folks get up."
Ralph leaped to the floor. "I
didn't think you would want to talk


to me after I lost your motorcycle.".
"I may never have another
chance to talk to a mouse."
Ralph was flattered. It had never -
occurred to him that a boy would
consider talking to a mouse
anything special.
"What would you like for
breakfast?" asked Keith.
"You mean we still get room
service? After what I did?"
"Sure." Keith pulled his knees
up under his chin and wrapped his
arms around his legs.
"You mean you.aren't mad at me
anymore?" asked Ralph.
"I guess you might say I'm mad
but not real mad," Keith decided.
"I've been lying here thinking. It'
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wouldn't be right for me to be real
mad, because I get into messes
myself. My mom and dad tell me I
don't stop to use my head."
Ralph nodded. "I guess that's my
trouble, too. I don't stop to use my
head."
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hurry," said Keith. "They say I
don't want to take time to learn to
do things properly."
Ralph nodded again. He
understood. If he had waited until
he'7 had learned to ride the
motorcycle he would never have
ridden off the bedside table into the
wastebasket.


"I'll never forget the first time I
rode a bicycle with hand brakes,"
reminisced Keith. "I took right off
down a hill. I had always ridden
bicycles with foot brakes, and
when I got going too fast I tried to
put on foot brakes only there
weren't any."
"What happened?" Ralph was
fascinated.
"By the time I remembered to
use the hand brakes I hit a tree and
took an awful spill."
Somehow, this story made Ralph
feel better. He was not the only one
who got into trouble.
"The hard part is," continued
Keith, "I am in a hurry. I don't want
to do kid things. I want to do big
things. Real things. I want to grow


up."
"You look pretty grown up to
me," said Ralph.
"Maybe to a mouse," conceded
Keith, "but I want to look grown
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"So do I," said Ralph with
feeling. "I want to grow up and go
down to the ground floor."
"Everybody tells me to be
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want to be patient."
"Me neither," agreed Ralph.
Someone stirred next door in
Room 216. "Well, I guess I better
be running along," said Ralph.
"Say, about that breakfast"
"Sure. What do you want?"
"How about some bacon?"
suggested Ralph, remembering the


fragrance that had floated up to the
windowsill.
"And some toast?"
"With jelly," agreed Ralph, an;'
ran off to the mousehole, eager to
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mousehole he found
pandemonium. His brothers and
sisters and cousins were huddled
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mother picked up a bunch of
shredded Kleenex and put it down
again, only to pick up another
bunch as if she did not know what
to do with it. Uncle Lester and
Aunt Dorothy were there, too,
stuffing crumbs into their mouths


as if they expected never to eat
again.
"Dear me," Ralph's mother was
saying, "whatever shall we6oh
Ralph, there you are at last. Where
on earth have you been? Never
mind. We haven't time"
"Time for what?" asked Ralph.
"What's going on around here
anyway?"
"The housekeeper . your
Uncle Lester ..'. the sheets. Oh, do
be quiet, everybody." Ralph's
mother was so agitated she could
not tell her son what was wrong.
Uncle Lester swallowed a
mouthful of crumbs. "It's like this,
Ralph. The housekeeper
discovered a hamperful of sheets
and towels and pillowcases with


holes chewed in them."
Oh-oh, thought Ralph. Whatever
had happened was all his fault. He
might have known.
"I heard her telephoning the
manager about it from her office,"
continued Uncle Lester. "The
manager came up and called in all
the maids and the bellboys and
everyone had to look at the holes
chewed in the sheets. It was quite a
powwow.
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served must file their claims with this
Court within the later of 3 months after
the date of the first publication of this
notice or 30 days after the dote of
service of a copy of this notice on
them.
All other creditors of ine decedent and
persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate, including
unmotured contingent or unliquidated
claims, must file their claims with this


Notice of Sale
By the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned Annie Mae Murphy, Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Taylor County,
Perry, Florida, will on June 19, z007, at
11:00 a.m. on the Front Steps of the
Taylor, County Courthouse, 108 North
Jefferson Street, 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:
Schedule A
issuing Office File No.: 3384-1228674
Commence at the NE corner of the NE
1/4 of the SW 114 of section 33, township
04 South, range 08 East and run thence
South 369 feet for the point of beginning
from said P.O.B. continue South 369 feet;
thence run West 590.48 feet; thence run
North 369 feet; thence run East 590 feet
to the P.O.B. said parcel.
Together with and/or subject to the two
easements for ingress and egress,
utilities, telephone, etc., to-wit:
Commence at the Northeast quarter of
the Northeast quarter of the, Southwest
-quarter of section 33, township 4 South,
range 8 East, and run South along the
forty line, 738 feet, thence run South 89
degrees 10 minutes and 35 .seconds
West, 590.30 feet for a point of
beginning; said easement being 30 feet
along the North side of the following
described line: thence from said point
of beginnining continue South 89 degrees
10 minutes.35 seconds West 566.7 feet
to the Easterly R/W line of a County
graded road and the end of said
easement.
And
Commence at the Northeast corner of
the Northeast quarter of the Southwest
quarter of section 33, township 4 South,
range 8 East, and run South along the
forty line 738 feet, thence run South 89
degrees 10 minutes 35 seconds West,
590.30 feet for a point of beginning: said
easement being 25 feet along the East
side of the following described line:
thence from said point of beginning
continue North 369 feet to the end of
said easement.
Together with a 1986 Peachtree 28X56
Mobile Home ID# KBGASNBA87231035A
and KBGASNBA87231035B
Said land situate, lying and being in.
Taylor County, Florida
and 1986 Peach State Mobile Home
VIN: KBGASNBA87231035A and
KBGASNBA87231035B
*At the time of the sale, as set forth
hereinabove, the successful high bidder
shall post with the Clerk a deposit equal
to five percent (5%) of the final bid. The
deposit shall be applied to the sale
price at the time of payment. The
balance of the sale price shall be paid
in full to the Clerk by 4:00 p.m., on the
same day as the sale.
This sale is made.pursuant to the Final
Summary Judgment entered in a case
pending in the Circuit Court of Taylor
County, Florida, the style of which is:
Case NO. 06-442CA
Bankamerica Housing Services, A
Division of Bank of America, FSB,
Plaintiff
Vs.
Frank C. Urbanski a/k/a Frank Casmier
Urbanski; Tommy Ann Blair f/k/a Tammy
B; Urbanski f/k/a Tammy Blair Urbanski;
unknown spouse of.Frank C. Urbanski
a/k/a Frank Casmier Urbanski; unknown
spouse of Tammy Ann Blair f/k/a Tommy
si' B. Urbanski f/k/a Tommy Blair Urbanski;
Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners; H.W. Poppell a/k/a
Hugh Weldon Poppell and Berdine
Poppell a/k/a Berdine Rowell Poppell.
Descendants and their unknown
spouses, unknown tenants in possession,
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees Or other
persons claiming by, through, under or
against them, or any of them, and all
unknown persons, if alive, and if dead,
or not known to be dead or alive, their
unknown spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors,
trustees or other persons claiming by,
through, under or against such unknown
persons: Unknown occupant A of the
1986 Peach State Mobile Home, VIN:
KBGASNB'A87231035A and
KBGASNBA8723TO35B and unknown
occupant B of the 1986 Peach State
Mobile Home, VIN:
KBGASNBA87231035A and
KBGASNBA87231035B, Defendants
and the docket number of which is 06-
442CA.
If you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order to
participate in this proceeding, you are
entitled, at no cost to you, to the
provision of certain assistance. Please
contact the Court Administrator at the
Taylor County Courthouse, 108 North
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347 at
(850) 838-3506 within 2 working days of
your receipt of this Motion and Notice; if
you are hearing impaired, call 1 (800)
955-8771; if you are voice impaired, call
1 (800) 955-8770. ,
If this property is sold at public auction,;
there may be additional money from,
the sale after payment of persons who
are entitled to be paid from the sale
proceeds pursuant to the final summary
judgment.
If you are a subordinate lienholder
claiming a right to funds remaining after
the sale, you must file a claim with the
clerk no later than 60'days after the
sale. If you fail to file a claim, you will not
be entitled to any remaining funds.
Witness my hand and the official seal of
this Honorable Court on May 18, 2007.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk, Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
By: Marti LaValle
Deputy Clerk
6/1, 6/8



In the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
Circitin and for Taylor County, Florida
Case-No.: 07-392-CP
Probate Division
In Re: The Estate of Edward Lester,
Deceased.
Notice to creditors
The administration of the estate of
Edward Lester, deceased, File Number
07-392CP, is pending in the Circuit Court
for. Taylor County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is 108
North Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida
32347. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy of this notice is


court within 3 months offer the date of
the first publication of this notice.
All claims not so filed will be forever
barred.
The date of the first publication of this.
Notice is June 1, 2007.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Silas R. Eubanks
EUBANKS, BARRETT & FASIG
259 East Seventh Avenue
Tallahassee, Florida 32303
Telephone No. (850) 224-3310
Facsimile No. (850) 224-3433
Florida Bar No.: 0249416
Personal Representative:
Glenda Smith
416 Columbia Street, Apt 2C
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11231
6/1, 6/8



In the Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial -...uit in
and for Taylor County, Florida
Case No: 2007-448-CA
Joe D. White, American Legion Post
#291, a not for profit organization,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Henry Chester Stulken and Evaline
Stulken, if alive, and if dead their
unknown spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, and all other parties
claiming by, through, under, or against
them; and all unknown natural persons if
alive, and if dead or not known to be
dead or alive, their several and
respective, unknown spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees, and creditors, or
other parties claiming by, through, or
under those unknown natural persons;
and the several and respective
unknown assigns, successors in interest,
trustees, or any other person claiming
by, through, under, or against any
corporation or other legal entity named
as a defendant; and all claimants,
persons or parties, natural or corporate,
. or whose exact legal status is unknown,
claiming under any of the above
named or described defendants or
parties or claiming to have any right, title,
or interest in the property hereafter
described, Defendants.
Notice of Action
To: Henry Chester Stulken and Evaline
Stulken
Address Unknown
You are notified that a Complaint for
Quieting Title on the following property in
Taylor County, Florida:
The West half (W 1/2) of Lot Twelve of
Block 45 of Steinhatchee Subdivision,
being a subdivision of Section 25,
Township 9 South, Range 9 East in Taylor
County, Florida. A plot of said
subdivision being now of record in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Taylor County, Florida. The property
hereby conveyed being 50' x 100'.
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on John Weed,
P.A. the plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 605 South Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida 32347 on or before July 11,
2007, and file the original with the clerk
of this court either before service on the
plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
-entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition.
Dated on 5 June, 2007.
Annie Mae Murphy
As Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lavalle
As Deputy Clerk
6/8, 6/15, 6/22, 6/29


Ralph takes command


MOUSE
Continued from page 5
you?" he ventured.
"I was listening, not looking
out," said Uncle Lester. "I am not
foolhardy like some people around
here."
"Ralph, you know what this
means." His mother managed to
pull herself together to say that
much.
"It means war on mice," said
Aunt Dorothy ominously.
"It means traps, poisons'," said
Uncle Lester. "Who knows? This
time the management might even
spend money on an exterminator.
We shall have to flee. There is
nothing else to do."
"And if we flee the owls will get
us," said Ralph's mother, causing
the brothers and sisters and cousins
to set up an awful squeal. "Sh-h!"
The mother mouse fluttered her
paws in alarm.
"Flee?" Ralph was bewildered.
"Flee and leave room service?"
"Room service!" exclaimed his
mother. "How can we expect room
service after you lost that poor
boy's motorcycle?"
"It's all right," Ralph assured his
mother, and could not resist adding
rather grandly, "I've already
ordered. Room service is bringing
us bacon and toast with jelly."
This news silenced everyone. A
breakfast of bacon and toast with
jelly delivered to the mouse nest
without first being dropped on the
carpet was not to be abandoned
lightly.
"We want some jelly! We want
some jelly!" all the little cousins
began to squeak.
"Be quiet!" ordered Uncle
Lester. "Do you want them to find
us?"
Ralph knew that no matter what
the others chose to do, he was not
going to flee from the hotel, not
until he found out what had
happened to the motorcycle. He
was very sure of this and all at
once he felt calm and clearheaded
as he had never felt before. He
knew exactly what his family
should do.
"Be quiet, everybody," Ralph
ordered, standing up straight so all
his relatives could see him.
"I will tell you what we are


going to do."
"See here, Ralph," interrupted
Uncle Lester. "You are pretty
young to be giving orders to your
elders."
"Now Lester," said Aunt
Dorothy. "Let's listen to Ralph.
After all, he has our food brought
up by room service: No one else in
the history of the family has
managed that."
This silenced Uncle Lester and
Ralph was allowed to continue. "
"What we should do is keep quiet
for a few days." Here he looked
down at his little cousins, who for *
once in their lives were riot
squeaking. "I will arrange for room
service to bring our meals so we .
won't have to go scrabbling around .'
in the woodwork or scrounging Z
around in the rooms. That way we C
won't be tempted to taste any
poison food or go near any traps,
and if the management doesn't see .
or hear any of us for a few days,
they will forget about us. They 2
always do."
"Now just a minute," said Uncle 2.
Lester. "This boy won't be here '
long. You know how it is with
people. Here today and gone s.
tomorrow."
Ralph had the answer. "This is .
only Sunday. He will be here until :
Tuesday because Monday is the
Fourth of July and his father says
he won't drive in holiday weeketid ;
traffic. He always brings us plenty "
and if we don't stuff ourselves we
can save enough to last until the
management forgets us." ::
Uncle Lester nodded
thoughtfully. "That seems like a
sound idea."
S"Yes, but Ralph, there is one .
thing that worries me," said his 9;:
mother. "How are we going to tip
room service? When people have a .
waiter bring food to the room they =
always give him a coin or two for--_
his service. We haven't any
money."
Ralph had not thought of this. Z
"If we are going to continue to
accept room service we must do :
the right thing," insisted his
mother.
"Don't worry. I'll think of .
something," promised Ralph in the
grand way he had acquired since
he had ordered a meal sent up to:,:
the mouse nest. :


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Notice
Bid # 2007-10 *
Pre-K Milling Parking Lot
The District School Board Qf Taylor
County is presently accepting bid, for
the development of a milling parking lot
and a paved bus loop at the Child
Development Center. Bids are due no
later than June 18, 2007.
Bid specifications and statement of
terms and conditions may be obtained
at the Superintendents Office, 318 North
Clark Street, Perry, Florida 32347 A Pre-
Bid Conference is to be held at 9:00 -_
a.m. June 11 in front of the Pre-K building
at 524 East LafayetTe Street. For further
Information contact Dan Anderson,, .
Coordinator of Facilities at 838-2500.
6/8

Notice
Bid # 2007-12 "
Renovation at Taylor County Middle
School
(Renovo.a:,.. of Exterior walls and
windows of one wing)
The District School Board of Taylor
County is p-.sently accepting Bids for ,5
the renovation of the exterior walls and 3
windows of o ie wing at Taylor County
Middle Schooi. Bids are due no later
than une 18, 2007.
Bid specifications and statement of
Terms and Conditonditions may be obtained
at the Superintendents Office, 318 North "'
Clark Street, Perry, Florida 32347. A Pre- .
Bid Conference Is to .be held at 11:00
a.m. June 11 in front of Taylor County.
Middle School at 601 East Lafayette
Street. For further information contact
Dan Anderson, Coordinator of Facilities ,.
at 838-2500.
6/8

Notice '-
Bid 11 -
TTI Paving ;:
The District School Board of Taylor .;.
County is presently accepting bids on a ,
paving project at Taylor Technical ',a
Institute. Bids are due no later tha ..
Monday, June 18, 2007.
Bid specifications and statement of
Terms and Conditions may be obtained
at the Superintendents Office. 318 North :,T
Clark Street, Perry, Florida 32347. A Pre- .
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June 11 at 1:00 p.m. in front of Building D ,
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Florida. 850-973-2959. Mastercard, Visa
and Debit cards. Food, fun & give-a-ways.
Heated/AC-comfy seats. From Perry:
Take RT 221 North to CR 360 (SW Mosley
Hall Rd) Turn right, go about 8 miles on
ght. AU691-Col.Ron Cox AB2490.






YARD SALEII Saturday, June 9th from 8
a.m. to Noon. 220 Forest Circle (from 19,
turn right on ASH St./cross Courtney
Rd/1st right-Forest Circle/2nd house on
Right) Items include: BIk FUTON w/extra
cover, BIk ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
w/lots of shelves-New, Speaker wire
w/fuse boxes, Tama & Pearl single drum
base pedal, knife collection, lots of
Jr/misses clothing-sizes 1-9, winter
clothes, shoes, The SAK purses of all
variety-most new, CD's, Denim bedding-
full size, 2 mo/old TURKEY, fine jewelry,
stuffed animals, 2005 Kawasaki Ninja 250-
less than 5,000 miles, candle holders &
decoration nick-nacks, 16 piece nice plate
'set, blk card table & 4 chairs, photo
frames, night stand, jackets, and much
morel Come & find something just for you!
ALSO come check out "LEXY" a German
Shepherd long hair 1.5 yr/old female, great
temperament, great with kids & other
animals Trained by a professional dog
trainer. Invested-$3000, must sell-$800
(payments available to qualified home)
Call for any question or info: 850-672-
,2061.
!6/8 .
;Yard Sale; Sat. 8 a.m. to until. 1169 S.
Fair Rd. "Lots of different things."
6/8
SFri & Sat, Rain or Shine, Sadler Drum 4289
US 98 W.. New pictures, kitchen cabinets,
new few fresh tomatoes, lots of other stuff.
S618
3 Family Yaid Sale, Saturday, June 9, 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. 175 Highland Point Road.
Follow signs. Off 1.9 S by Jacksons St. or
Vo-Tech. Phone 584-7903.
6/8
Try it Again Yard Sale. 63 N. Page Rd.
8:00 a.m., no earlies. 1.7 miles Woods
Creek Rd, Right on N. Page. Rain
Cancels.
6/8i.
3 Family Yard Sale, Sat. June 9, 8 a.m. to
1 p.m. at 1820 Davis Walker Rd. Dir. Take
Hwy 19 S, cross Fenhollowy Bridge, take
1st R after cross bridge, it will be 1st
house on right. If pass Beach Rd., you
have gone too far.
6/8
Yard Sale, 1859 Johnson Stripling Rd. 8
a.m till. Dishes, clothes, nick nacks &.
more.
6/8

Huge 3 Family Yard Sale! Rain or Shine!
Sat 7:30 a.m. to Noon. No early birds. At
Rocky's (4 miles W on Hwy 98)
Household items: kitchen, bedroom,
bathroom. Clothing: men, women & kids-
all sizes. Large range of items.
6/6-6/8


Cool Indoor 5 Family Yard Sale.
Everything you need f6r red, pink, white
wedding! Centerpieces, goblets, punch
bowl, garlands, floating candles.
Christmas items, picnic basket, portable
CD player, mouse collectibles, men's
durango cowboy boots-7 1/2 D, clothes,
pet carrier, porta-potty, set of china,
porcelain dolls, handmade crafts, baked/8
goods, edible flowerpots (!?) jam, Honda
250 Rebel .Motorcycle, Honda 70cc
scooter, old wooden rockers, table saw,
drills, generator, tool box S-10 size, air
compressor, NEW! 4x6 combination
window. Partial proceeds donated to local
charities. Sat., June 6, 7 a.m. to Noon.
AMVETS building, 2 miles' west off Hwy
19, on Woods Creek Rd.
6/8
Yard Sale-Saturday, June 9. 187 Will
Clark Road. Ladies XL clothing, kitchen
items, windows, misc. other items 584-
2722 for information.
6/8
Yard Sale, Sat, June 9th. 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
2810 W. Page Rd. Off Woods Creek Rd.
Cancel if rain.
6/8
Multi Family Garage Sale, Saturday, June
2nd. Rain or Shine 7 a.m. to 11:30 .a.m.
5679 Woods Creek Rd., Perry. Follow
signs and balloons. Dining suite, bedroom
suite, small table & chairs & more.
Clothes all sizes including baby clothes.
6/8
4 Family Y-Sale. Approx. 5 miles North
221 at 1421 Lymen Hendry Rd. Men and
Women, Girls and Guys clothing,
housewares, kniqk knacks, etc. Sat, 8
a.m. to 1 p.m.
6/8
Yard Sale, Sat, June 9th, 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Bunkbed full, twin red mattress, deer
decor, lots of items. Go down Reddick
Drive to 1160 S. Fair Rd., look for signs.
6/8
Yard Sale, Thurs & Fri. Breeze Dr, Leisure
Retreat.
6/8
Yard Sale. The big one. Sat, June 9th.
8 a.m. White Chippendale couch, Queen
Ann style tables, sleeper sofa, computer
with stand, electric wheel chair,
electronics, bedding, glassware, tables,
furniture, dvd's, old records, pictures, plant
stands, knives, pool supplies, books,
clothing, paint, name it we have it. CASH
& Carry. 610 Plantation Rd off of Old,
Dixie Highway.
6/8
Yard Sale, Saturday June 9th from 8:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Early birds will be shot
.on sight. 370 Will Clark Road (near
Graves Drive-In.)
6/8
Large Yard Sale & Bake Sale Jefferson
Street Adjacent to City Hall Saturday, 8
a.m.-Until, Household items, CB radios,
new and used clothes for all ages, and
more.
6/6


Classifieds work...
Give it a try!
584-5513


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We buy...call us! Collectibles
Yard Sale'
Set-up P Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 lMon-Th Furniture


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OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, June 9 12:00-5:00 p.m.
Sunday, June 10 -- 2:00-4:00 p.m.

2 Bedroom, 1 Bath $36,000 as is
Comer Lot 201 W. Ash St. -- Perry, Fla.
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LOTS OF ITEMS FOR SALE! Black
Entertainment Center, Great condition, lots
of shelves!! Black futon w/ extra cover!!
Strapless, chiffon layered Wedding.Dress
with Swarski crystal bodice!! Two single
base pedals, Tama & Pearl!! 2 moth old
male Turkey!! Speaker wire w/fuse
boxes!! ROCKY VHS Set!! 16 piece Plate
Set!! Cordless phone!! & More, Call 672-.
, 2061 (leave message if no answer).
'6/6tfn
Moving, must sell! Power tools, building
materials, lawn mower, full size truck tool
box, 10' utility gates, stock tank & more.
Call 223-2263.
6/6-6/8
WAREHOUSE LIQUIDATION: New
mattress sets from: $99 Twin, $129 Full,
$149 Queen, $249 King. In plastic with
warranty. 850-222-2113.
GNC1
SOLID WOOD Cherry sleigh bed- BRAND
NEW in box $250. (850) 545-7112:
GCN1
SOFA & LOVE SEAT. Brand NEW
LEATHER, still wrapped, lifetime warranty,
sacrifice &795. (delivery available). Call
Sandi: (850) 425-8374.
GCN1
Sofa/love seat. New micro fiber set, $475,
must move. Delivery available. 850-222-
7783.
GCN1
BEDROOM: New 6 piece set still boxed,
$599, can deliver (850) 222-9879.
GCN1
Hotpoint Range, Brand new $349, 115 cu
ft fridge $349, 1 21 cu ft fridge $499.
Phone Aasho or Barry 850-584-4224
6/1-6/13
Chain Link Fence, 90 ft. 4ft tall with 2
gates. $300 371-2392.
6/6-6/8
For Sale! Moving & Must Sell!! (850)838-
9374 leave msg. Can be seen at: 2088
Ma Dixon Rd. 2006 Kubota M300, 2WD
Tractor, w/ front end loader. 49hp, less
than 50 hrs, category II hitch, perfect
condition. .$12,000. ALSO 1947 CJ-2,
Willy's Jeep. "Hunk-of-Junk" condition,'
not running, but mostly complete parts.
You haul off. $500 OBO.
5/23-6/8
Truck Topper. Fits GMC-Chev. 6ft bed,
all windows open & lock, ladder rack,
aluminum. 850-672-0777. $250.
5/16-6/8,




2000 Grand Marquis, black, pw w/d, digital
speedometer, low mileage, $5,500. Call
838-3820.
6/8-6/13
For Sale: Buckeye Community Federal
Credit Union is offering for sale a 2005
CHEVY SILVERADO, 4WD, 8 cylinder,
regular cab, bed liner, CD player, power
windows, power door locks, 27,776 miles
will be sold on "as is" basis for $18,000
and may be inspected at the Credit Union
Monday thru Friday from 8:30 a.m. until
4:30 p.m.
6/8-7/6
For Sale: Buckeye Community Federal
Credit Union is offering for sale a 1999
CHEVY SILVERADO, LS package,
extended cab, bed liner, CD player,
power windows, power door locks, 42,962
miles will be sold on "as is"'basis for
$10,000 and may be inspected at the
Credit Union Monday thru Friday from 8:30
a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
6/8-7/6
2001 Dodge Pickup Truck, mileage
106,000, tool box, bug deflector, green,
excellent condition, $8,200. 1207 N.
Jefferson St. 584-7181.
6/8-6/13
For Sale: 1993 Mazda MX-6, A/C, CD
'player, Spoiler, needs minor work, AS IS,
$1,800. Also 12,000 BUT Whirlpool A/C,
$100. Call 584-2709.
6/8 .. .
1998 Dodge Dakota Club Cab 4x4 SLT.
Great. condition! 3.9L, V6, 5-spd manual;
89k miles, $6,000. (850)843-2417 Leave
message.
5/25tfnBirdiGard
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1998 Mercury Grand Marquis, white,
leather interior, great shape, 64,000 miles,
$4,500. Call 838-3477.
6/6-6/8
AUTO Trans for Mustang, Ranger. Call for
details 223-3198. Very good running
condition.
6/6-6/8
1973 Chev. Belaire, call 584-5543.
4/25tfn
For Sale: 1980 Chevy Impala. Call 584-
5543.
3/9tfn


Yazoo 32" Riding Mower, 12 hp b/s w/
bagger $250. Sears 30" Riding Mower, 10
9 hl w/bagger-needs governor $150. 587-
2215.
6/8-6/13

2000 16ft Sea Ark. 40 hp, Yamaha tilt &
trim trolling motor. Polling platform.
$4,500: Call 850-584-6274.
6/1-6/13
For Sale, Carolina Skiff. '17 Semi-V, 50
hrs. Yamaha 2-stroke, Cntr. Console,
Bimini, F/F, P/T, 2 yrs old, excellent
condition. $8,500 Call Dina @ 843-1826.
6/8-6/27
12' air boat. Brand new, 4 cly., ly
combings motor. Over 12,000 invested.
Call for more info. $9,000 OBO, too much
to list. Call 850-510-0390 or 223-2538.
5/30-8/3
Craftsman 7 hp 17" tiller $300. 17'
Galvanized boat trailer, $100. Wood
smoker grill, $10. 4,000 lb floor jack, $10.
Waring food slicer, $50. Call Jerry, 584-
5089.
5/30-6/8
For Sale: 24 1/2 ft Grady White cuddy
walk-around cabin Off Shore Pro with 235
Johnson and float-on trailer. Full canvas
w/rear zipper door. One owner. $10,500
OBO. Call for info 584-6006, Mon thru
Thurs and 578-2500, evenings, Fri, Sat &
Sun.
6/6-6/15Dr.Hutch

2003 Polaris Trail' Blazer 350 4-wheeler.
Runs good. $1,500. Call 584-3539.
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Lost: Miniature Pinscher on golf course
road. Blk/tan male wearing black collar w/
name Baily. Call 584-4991
6/6-6/8
Found: Small blk/tan male Dachshund on
Hwy 98 W between Rocky Creek &
Ecofina River. (no collar). Call 584-4991.
6/6-6/8
Hogs found in Shady Grove. Call to
identify. Call 584-2297 or 584-6599.
6/6-6/8





GERMAN SHEPHERD for Sale! Spayed
purebred German Shepherd female, 1.5
yrs/old, great temperament, EXCELLENT
Pedigree, loves to play fetch, great with
children & other animals! Invested $3000,
must sell $800: (will negotiate payments
to qualified home) This gal is a great
companion dog & very well behaved. Call
Lisa, 850-223-1351 or Chrissy, 850-672-
2061. Email: loyalvillek9@aol.com.
6/8TFN

DOG TRAINING, ALL age, all breed
obedience training classes starting soon!
$75 for six lessons ($65 if you adopted
your pet from a shelter). Weekday evening
or Sunday class, meets locally in Perry.
Small class size, personal attention by
experienced dog trainer and German
Shepherd breeder. Sign up now to reserve
your place. Call 850-223-1351 or email
loyalvillek9@aol.com.
www.loyalvile.com.
6/8tfn


IRONWOOD HOMES OF PERRY

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Wanted: -Looking for a 1973 to 1976
Chevy/GMC 1/2 ton pickup for parts.
Need one with good cab. Phone 850-584-
2722, E-mail hillrdl@gtcom.net.
6/6-6/8
Wanted: Old cars, call Bud Chute 850-
843-0127.
5/30-6/29
Wanted: Dodge Caravans and Plymouth
Voyagers, call Bud Chute 850-838-1168.
5/30-6/29
NEED CASH?
GOT JUNK?
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUCK?
I BUY SCRAP METALS!!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales


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Horseshoe Beach gulf front 2 bedroom,
nautical house, large deck, boat dock, all
over looking the gulf. $395 per weekend or
$895 per week, call 352-498-5986 or 386-
235-3633.
5/4-6/30
2 bedroom/1 bathroom, large family room &
kitchen, large screened porch & screened
in cleaning shed and private dock. $150 a
day, $275 a weekend and $900 a week on
the Econfina River. Call 838-1113.
4/11-4/27

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Landowners, easy financing. No proof of
income required for most cases, call for
details Prestige Home Centers in
Chiefland. Also open Sunday 12-5 p.m.
352-493-2492 or 800-477-2492..
3/16tfnPH
No down for Landowners! Even if you smil
owe, Call us for info. Prestige Home
Centers in Chiefland. Also open Sunday
12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or 800-477-2492.
3/16tfnPH
How about a new mobile home for as little
as $150 bi weekly? Call for details.
Prestige Home Centers in Chiefland. Also
open Sunday 12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or
800-477-2492.
3/16tfnPH
CLOSE OUT 1 ONLY 28x70 3bd/2bth'
CEDAR LOG MOBILE HOME WITH
COVERED PORCH. Delivery and set up
:'for $79,995, please call Prestige Home
Centers in Chiefland. Also open Sunday
12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or 800-477-2492.
: 3/16tfnPH


Rooms available at Sky
everything included from M
required $45 deposit, $154 w
daily plus tax. 317 N. Byron
850-584-7033.
6/ -6/29

For Rent/or Sell: 3/1 house, $4
accepted. Call to pick
application or purchase $29,
Bacon St. Call 584-4678.
5/25-6/10


For rent, three bedroom house $500 per
month. $500 security deposit. One year
lease. No pets, no smoking Background
check required. No HUD. 584-6140.
6/6-6/8
For rent, three bedroom DWMH $500 per
month. $500 security deposit. One year I
lease. No pets, no smoking; background
check required. No HUD. 584-6t40. .
6/6-6/8
Westgate Hotel Rooms available for Rent!
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable, AC/
Heater. Everything included. $154 weekly
or $40 daily plus tax. (RV sites also
available) 1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-
843-8151.
6/1-6/29
2Br/2Ba Mobile Home for rent. Fenced
backyard, shade trees, quiet
neighborhood, off of beautiful Roberts
Aman Rd. $600 per/plus deposit. 850-
223-1020 or 850-991-6184.
6/8-6/13
Woodridge Apartments
3 BR HC and Non-HC Accessible'
apartments now available. Rental
assistance may be available to qualified
applicants. HUD vouchers considered.
Equal Housing Opportunity. Office hours
are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Thurs. Call 850-
584-5668. 709 W. Church St., Perry, FL
32348. TDD 711.
6/1WA
2 B/R 1 Bath mobile home total electric,
central h/a. $375 per/mo. plus $250
deposit. No kids, no pets. Application
and references required. HUD vouchers
considered. 584-3889.
5/25tfnRB
For Rent: 2 bedroom/1 bathroom house,
central heat & air. No Pets, will accept
Section 8. Call 850-838-1957.
5/30-6/8

Apartments for Rent
Forest Capital Apartments '
Major appliances Furnished
2 One bedroom's
$495 per mo. With $250 deposit
first and last mo. rent to move in
for more information call
Jennifer Williams at 584-6666 xt 401
5/9tfnWOS
Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
Rental assistance available. HUD
vouchers accepted. 1 $ 2 BR HC & non-
HC accessible apartments. Office hours
are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Thurs. Call 850-
584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett
Rd, Perry,. FL, 32347.- Equal Housing
Opportunity.
5/2TfnSV


Newly remodeled office Suite e


-.... for lease, electric, water, gas nd trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401.
6/21tfnSGR
For Rent: Docs Market on corner of Ash &
'lark Motel Jefferson. 1st & last month plus $600 a
monthly $550 month. Call 584-3776 or 838-6077.
eekly or $40 5/9ffnJM
Butler Pkwy.

Commercial Building For Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's
175/mo. HUD including receptionist area and waiting
p RENTAL area. All internet and phone equip,
000. 602 W. handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
7/12tfnSGR


Come one... riN
come all!

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