Buckeye Technologies Inc.
announced Wednesday that it
earned $30.1 million after tax
($.79 per share) during the 2007
This compares to fiscal year
2006 earnings of $2.0 million after
tax ($.05 per share).
Buckeye earned $15.9 million
after tax ($.41 per share) in the
quarter ended June 30. The
company's results included a $2.0
million pre-tax benefit from a
water conservation partnership
payment, a $2.1 million pre-tax
benefit from reversal of accrued
interest related to cancellation of a
contingent note owed to Stac-Pac
Technologies Inc. and a $3.3
million tax benefit from
adjustments relating to federal and
state valuation allowances and
During the same quarter of the
.prior year the company earned
$1.2 million after tax ($.03 per
share) which included a $0.8
million tax benefit ($,02 per share)
related to a reduction in Canadian
federal and provincial tax rates
and restructuring and impairment,
expenses of $0.5 million after tax
($.01 per share) primarily
associated with equipment sales at
the closed operations in
Lumberton, N.C., and
Net sales for' the April-June
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r' z'i ..um
We need yor help
The Guardian ad Litem program, the
"voice for Florida's abused and
neglected children," is looking for more
Learn how to be the voice for a child
who has been abandoned, neglected or
abused at a informational meeting
today (Friday) at the Taylor County
Public Library. The meeting will begin at
Guardian ad Litem volunteers are
appointed by the court to protect the
rights and advocate the best interests of
a child involved in court proceedings.
For more information, call (386) 364-
7720 ext. 105.
Yard sale benefit senior
The Taylor County Senior Center will
hold a fund-raising yard sale Saturday,
Aug. 4, from 7 a.m. to noon.
Items--ranging from furniture and
clothes to collectibles and small
appliances--will be on display in the
Vision 2000 holds special
The Taylor County Vision 2060 Task
Force will hold a special meeting
Tuesday, Aug. 7, at 7:30 a.m., at Joyce's
Main Street Cafe.
All task force members are
encouraged to attend; breakfast will be
l[sserilidp couninis! s
The Taylor County Leadership Council
will meet Saturday, Aug. 4, at 5 p.m.
All members are asked to attend; the
meeting will be held at Jerkins
ReputhllCani gather lueOday
The Republican Party of Taylor County
will meet at Rosehead Junction Tuesday,
Aug. 7, at 6 p.m. *
For more information, please call 584-
For distributing cocaine.
Alleged dealer faces federal charges
A nearly seven-year
investigation by the Taylor County
Sheriffs Office has ended with the
arrest of a Sebring man on federal
Joseph "P psi Joe" Armstrong
was taken into custody July 16 by
Florida Department of. Law
Enforcement (FDLE) Special
Agent Chuck Osgood along with
Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)
Special Agent Greg Millard and
Thanks to the cooperation
between Taylor, Wakulla and
Dixie counties, a pew artificial
reef has been deployed off the
Taylor County coast.
According to Taylor County
Extension Officer Clay Olson,
the new reef was deployed, in
the Steinhatchee Fisheries
Management Area in about 35 feet
Taylor, Wakulla and Dixie
counties each received $25,000
in funding from the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC). The counties
pooled those, funds together to
develop the new reef.
During dives last month, Reef
Inn oations,'the firm hired by the
county, deployed four 16-cube
patch reefs about 12 miles off the
coast. The cubes, called Lindberg
cubes after University of Florida
Professor Dr. William J. Lindberg,
who developed them, weigh
approximately 2,100 pounds each
and are about three feet square.
In heavily populated counties,
many local governments have
begun using concrete debris to
construct artificial reefs, cutting
down on landfills, he added.
"It's proved to be an economic
benefit," Olson said, with studies
showing that every $1 spent on
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several members of the FDLE
Sebring field office.
Armstrong, described as an
"upper-mid level" dealer, was
charged with conspiracy to
distribute more than five
kilograms of cocaine during a
nine-year period from 1997 to
He faces a sentence of
20-years-to-life in prison,
with enhancement from his
previous drug convictions.
Taylor County Sheriff L.E.
"Bummy" Williams credited
deputies Mark Hershberger and
Rusty Davis for their "hard work
and determination in seeing this
Local authorities first received
information regarding Armstrong's
suspected illegal activities here
back in 2000.
"About a year and a half ago, we
asked the FDLE and DEA for
assistance with the investigation.
We want to thank the Steinhatchee
residents who were bold
enough to came forward and
, help with our investigation--
without them, this (arrest) would
not have happened," Hershberger
"I certainly appreciate the
citizens who had the confidence in
Mark to come to him and share
information. Input from citizens is
an invaluable weapon in our on-
going war on drugs," Williams
According to officials,
Armstrong had been a frequent
visitor to Steinhatchee for more
than a decade.
Also assisting with the
investigation were Dixie County
Sheriff Dewey Hatcher and Inv.
Crews with Reef Innovations deploy Lindberg cubes as part of a newly established artificial reef in the Steinhatchee Fisheries
Management 'Area. The new reef, located approximately 12 miles off the coast in about 35 feet of water, is part of ongoing
research by University of Florida Professor Dr. William J. Lindberg. This' is the sixth reef deployed off the Taylor County coast
after the first one was established in 1994.
Cases, calls keep PPD moving
For the first time in more
than a decade, the Perry Police
* Department has an almost fully-
staffed officers pool.
"Our last officer candidate is due
to take his state, test in the very
near future," Chief Vern Clark
A switch to 12-hour shifts and an
increase in the base salary were
two chief recruitment enticements,
With one sergeant and three
officers assigned to each shift,
the department is fielding an
average of more than 1,000 calls a
According to figures released
this week, city police have seen a
10 percent increase in cases per
month in 2007 compared to
the number of calls handled in
"Last March,.we had 980 calls in
which paperwork was initiated. In
March of this year, that number
was 1,081,". Captain Jamie Cruse
The upward trend continued in
April ('07) with a total of 1,071
calls compared to 849 calls 'in
2006. May numbers held-steady at
1,013 calls, the exact same figure
as in 2006.
A slight upswing was seen in
June with 1,055 calls and July
promised to top that with a
reported 686 calls by mid-month.
"We had 158 automobile crashes
in the city during the seven-month
period from January to July in
2006; there were 192 crashes
during that same calendar period
this year," Cruse said.
All total, the department
oversaw 6,192 complaints from
January through July 2006; in
2007, that total was 6,638.
New board to oversee
Cherry Street fire
A fire which gutted a block house on Cherry Street appears to have started in the
home's electrical outlets. Above, city and county firefighters remove couches destroyed
by the blaze. No one was injured in the fire.
Three sections 118th Year, No. 31
Looking Back .........A-2
Living ............... A-3
Sports ............... A-4
Religion .............. A-5
Community ........... B-1
Entertainment ......... B-2
TV listings .............B-3
Classifieds ........... B-6
The Taylor County Commission
will, hold a special meeting
Tuesday, Aug. 14, to discuss an
interlocal agreement creating a
government utility authority
(GUA) over sewer and water
services in Steinhatchee and Jena.
Commissioners have been
working with the Steinhatchee
Water Association (SWA) as well
as fellow commissioners in Dixie
County for almost 18 months in an
attempt create such an authority.
The two commissions assisted
SWA in receiving state funding for
expansions to the organization's
fledgling sewer system.
Talks between the Taylor and
Dixie commissions about a sewer
project to serve both Steinhatchee
and Jena began at a joint meeting
in February 2006. At that meeting,
Frank Darabi with the
environmental consultants group,
Darabi and Associates, presented a
feasibility study funded by the
Suwannee River Water
Management District for a
proposed centralized wastewater
system for Steinhatchee and Jena.
He suggested that a GUA be
formed using SWA's resources to
serve both sides of the river.
According to a facility plan
presented to commissioners in
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June, the project cost of Phase 1 Of
the proposed facilities is estimated
at $1.6 million.
Phase 1 includes the
construction of a backbone system
consisting of pump stations along
with 6-inch and 8-inch force
mains. Later phases will include
an upgrade and expansion to
the 3teinhatchee Wastewater
Treatment Plant to accommodate
the projected flow along with
additional gravity sewer systems
to phase out septic tanks, the
facility plan states.
Part A of the backbone system
would initially serve the following
developments in Steinhatchee:
Woods Gulf Breeze, 16 units;
Steinhatchee Shores, 24 units;
West Wind Marina, 12 units; Rivderf
Walk, 4 units; Smugglers Towit:
Homes, 10 units; and Tarpon
Ridge, 12 units.
Part B of the system would serve
River Gate at Jena, 85 units, and
River Shores, 70 units, in Jena.
The rest of the Phase I services;
area includes residences and
businesses in. Steinhatchee along
Second Avenue North, Third Street:'
West, First Avenue North, Firsti-
Street West, First Avenue South,
'* Please see page 6
A-2 Perry News-Herald August 3-4, 2007
:Editor's Note: Summer is a perfect time to get out and go...and Perry Newspapers, Inc., encourages you to enjoy the historic
4iasures found in our own backyard. This week we take a look at one of the rail lines trains which once transversed the county
'id played a vital role in its economy.
Railroad enthusiasts will no doubt recognize the South Georgia Railroad engine
number 101, built in July 1910. The South Georgia Railway Company was founded
by brothers James and Zenas Oglesby of Heartpine, Ga. In 1915, the -brothers
purchased Hampton Springs in Taylor County and built a large hotel--complete with
a pool, spa, bottling works, golf course and recreation hall. In its heyday, the hotel
,was served by six trains a day on the South Georgia and four trains a day on the Live
Oak Perry & Gulf. A visit to Hampton Springs will bring the railroad glory days to
I AMPTON SPRING-W~ATER I IAIPI[ON SPRINGS
I. Hotel Iampton
The N'ario,,3I fftah Rasoto
mind. (Photos courtesy Florida State Archives) I
July 20, 1972-
COUNTY'S JUDGES RACE
OPENS AS BEN LINDSEY
Incumbent County Judge Ben
Lindsey, giving reasons of health,
announced he would not be a
candidate for re-election.
His withdrawal left the race
open to former Perry mayor
Johnny Livingston, who had
resigned his mayoral post to run
against Lindsey, as well as two
new candidates, attorney Declan
O'Grady and Ken Smith.
BY 30-FOOT CAVE-IN
A truck driver from Fort Walton
Beach was slightly injured, but his
truck was pronounced a total loss
after it struck a 30-foot sink hole
on Beach Road. The truck was
carrying a large tank full of
shrimp; the entire cargo was lost.
A Montreal, Canada, newspaper
reporter who last visited Perry in
1962 returned to renew old
acquaintances and tell of his
adventures on a horse and wagon
tour of the United States.
Yvon Berube spent about 10
days in Perry in 1962, visiting with.
Ed Geschwind, proprietor of Ed's
Truck Stop, getting his horse shod,
and "just generally resting up."
POLITICAL POT BOILS AS
NEW CANDIDATES QUALIFY
FOR COUNTY OFFICES
More new candidates entered the
political arena as the end of the
qualifying period for state and -
local races neared. Charles Hendry
announcing. he would, enter the
race for county tax assessor against
incumbent A.J.' Ezell. Also
announcing for the office was
AT TOBACCO FETE
Taylor County was well
represented at the Tobacco Festival
held in High Springs.
Lovely Miss Randy Redmon,
-first runner-up in the queen's
pageant at last year's Florida Forest
Festival, represented the festival
atop Taylor County's float in the
High 'Springs parade.
Georgia Puckett, the .1971
queen, was in Europe.
Dr. and Mrs. John M. Wells Jr.
were the proud 'parents of a new
baby girl, Wendy Allison. She was
born July 7 at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital and weighed
seven pounds, nine ounces.
Grandparents were Dr. and Mrs..
W.H. Peacock; and Mr. and Mrs.
John M. Wells Sr.
Mrs. Carol Merril debuted as the
new accompanist for .the Perry'
Kiwanis Club, replacing Mts..
Alice McClusky, who had moved,
MILITARY REPORT '.
Army Private Samuql J. Bass,
son of Mr. and Mrs. ReedW. Bass,.
recently completed eight weeks-of
basic training at Ft. Jackson, S.C.
U.S. Air Force Captain Robert
H. Padgett, son of Mr. and Mrs.
E.P. Padgett, arrived for duty at
Elmendorf AFB in Alaska.
Coast Guard Seaman
Apprentice James F. Hayden, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Larry V. Hayden,
graduated from basic training at
the Coast Guard Training Center at
Cape May, N.J.
PERRY BOYS ATTEND
YOUTH SAFETY SEMINAR
Two Taylor County High School
students, Tom Swain and Noland
Simons, were selected by the
Taylor County Farm Bureau to
attend the second annual Youth
Safety Seminar sponsored by the
Florida Farm Bureau Federation.
OLD BANK BUILDING
Three meribers of the Taylor
County Historical Society met
with the county commission to
again discuss use of the so-called
"Old Bank Building" by the
society as an office and museum.
They said they wanted to
preserve -the. building as having
historical' 'associations and an
example of excellent architecture.
WORK BY LOCAL ARTIST
DISPLAY IN D.C.
A picture by Perry artist Dana
Mauldin was displayed in a recent
"Salute of Education Week"
exhibit in Washington, D.C.
.This is a view looking north on Faulkner Street at the corner of Julia Street about 1942.
The house, the home of Bob and Mary Evans, was leveled a few years ago. Ray Evans reports
that in the dry season the intersection, which here appears to have been recently graded,
trapped many unskilled drivers who then had to be pulled out by other vehicles.
The Taylor County
Historical Society is currently
accepting nominations for the
Dr. W.H. Peacock and Dr.
Wilson T. Hendry Award.
The award will recognize an
individual who has made
"significant contributions to
the furtherance of the Taylor
County Historical Society's
mission, which is preserving
our local history and heritage,"
President Wanda Cash said.
nominations may. be submitted
at the historical society
museum, which is open every
Thursday from 1-5 p.m.
Nominations may also be
mailed to: Taylor County
Historical Society, 118 East
Main Street, Perry, FL 32348.
We do not remember days;
we remember moments.
There are lots of people
who mistake their
imagination for their
Memory is what tells a
man that his wife's
birthday was yesterday.
To live in hearts we leave
Is not to die.
The man with a clear
conscience probably has a
Perry August 3-4,2007
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Headed to Tallahassee?
Woodville wants you...
The Women's Guild of St. Stephen Church, located at 1999 Natural
Bridge Road in Woodville, will hold its annual Back to School Outside-In
Yard Sale, scheduled for this Saturday, August 4, from 8 a.m. until 12
"This is not just for those going back to school, there will be great
bargains for everyone, as well as delicious baked goodies from the best
cooks in Woodville," organizers promise.
All proceeds support, the local charitable activities of the Women's
.Guild which extends a cordial invitation to all Taylor Countians who may
be traveling their way. "It's worth the trip," they maintain.
For more information on the Saturday sale, the Guild encourages you to
contact (850) 421-0099.
Brandon Thomas Fletcher, Katie Michaela Perrine
Elizabeth Anne Rhea
Barry and Lauren (Brett) Rhea of Birmingham, Ala., announce the birth'
of their twins, Robert Caden and Elizabeth Anne, on July 10, 2007. Robert
Caden weighed 5 pounds, 14 ounces, and was 19 inches long. Elizabeth
Anne weighed 5 pounds, 8 ounces, and was 18.5 inches long.'
Maternal grandparents are Gary and Joan Brett of Perry. Paternal
grandparents are Charles and Bette Rhea of Columbus, Miss.
The twins were welcomed home by their sister, Charley, who is 10.
In Presbyterian Church '
Perrine, Fletcher plan
March 2008 wedding
Mr. and Mrs: Michael Perrine of Perry announce the engagement of
their daughter, Katie Michaela, to Brandon Thomas Fletcher, the son of
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Fletcher of Perry.
The bride-to-be is a 2007 graduate of Florida State University with a
Bachelor's degree in social sciences. Her paternal grandparents are Patsy
Greene of Perry and the late Jimmy Greene, and her maternal grandparents
are Mildred Weeks of Tallahassee and the late Edgar Weeks.
The prospective groom is a 2005 graduate of the University of Florida
with a Bachelor's degree in political science. He is currently employed
with State Farm Insurance in Perry.
His paternal grandparents are Beatrice Fletcher of Old T6wn and the late
Fred W. Fletcher, and Mr. and Mrs. John L. Valentine of Cross City.
The couple will be married on March 8, 2008, at 6 p.m. in the First
Presbyterian Church in Perry. Formal invitations will be issued.
Robert Caden Rhea, Elizabeth Anne Rhea
Mary Lou Whitfiild, 95, is the matriarch of this family,
unit and a revered Taylor County historian/writer. She is"
surrounded by son, Richard L. Whitfield Jr., known as:
"Abe," his daughter, Callie Whitfield Babbitt and her
daughter, Nora Babbitt, who is 19 months old.
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A-3 Perry News-Herald August 3-4,2007
WE MEN m
-- Fishing Report
Trout, redfish being
caught in deep water
BY PAT MCGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
The tides were miserable for
trout this past week, so I stayed
off the water.
Most folks who did anything,
caught a few trout early, later in
the week, from 4 6 feet of watet;
then had to move offshore to the
outside edges of the grass to catch
anything which kept.
Live pinfish under Cajun
Thunders are taking most of the
keeper trout; while the Berkley
Gulp anglers are killing a lot of
short trout trying to force them to
suddenly grow up (fast).
If you are going to throw
plastic/Gulp go deep and bounce
8-10 feet with a 3/8 oz. Assassin
jighead for best results. I find my
best luck with a Candy Corn
colored Sea Shad or five-inch Shad
Assassin from Assassin.
Look for schools of Pogies or
Pilchards on the outer edges of the
grass and fish those breaks.
Reds are tougher and seem to all
be in 3 4 feet of water as of late.
Fish Precision Tackle's New
Cajun Flash spinner baits with the
willow-leafed blades for big reds
now off Keaton!
Scallopers are "getting all they
want" according to the Marina.
Remember FLY YOUR DIVE
FLAGS! It's the LAW!
careful out there!
Low 2:11 AM
High 8:08 AM
Low 5:01 PM
High 11:54 PM
A-4Perry News-Herald August 3-4,2007
Date Opponent Site Time/Result
Aug. 24 Newberry Away 7:30 p.m.
Auq. 31 Wakulla Away 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 7 Jefferson County Away 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 14 Santa Fe Away 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 21 Chiefland Home 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 28 Suwannee County Home 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 5 Madison County Away 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 12 OPEN
Oct. 19 Dixie County Home 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 26 N. Fla. Christian Home 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 2 Fort White Home 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 9 Union County Away
TCHS varsity football
tryouts are set Monday
Taylor County High Head
Football Coach, Price Harris has
announced that varsity football
tryouts will be held starting
Monday, August 6, at 6:30 a.m.
"These tryouts are for anyone
that would like to participate. Just
because you may have missed'
spring and summer workouts does
not eliminate you from these
tryouts," he said.
Harris said he is opening the
tryouts to everyone in an effort to
boost the number of players in the
"All you have to have is a
ONE MORE CAST
Operating from Keaton Beach Marina
200 Kate Dr.
Registration for the 2007 City
of Perry tackle football league will,
be held August 14 and 15 in the
visitors' dressing room at Dorsett
Sign-up will be held each day
from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.
To participate in the tackle
league, youngsters must be
between 10 and 12 years old and
can not be 13 before Dec. 31,
For more information, contact
the recreation department at 584-
Flag registration Aug.
. Registration for the 2007 City Youngsters m
of Perry flag football league will ages of 7 and 9
be held August 20-23 in the parent must accc
visitors' dressing room at Dorsett to sign up.
Stadium. For more inf
Sign-up will be held each day the recreation d
from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. 7161.
ust be between the
9 to participate. A
company each child
department at 584-
Adults planning to coach in the
upcoming City of Perry flag and
tackle football programs are
required to attend a meeting
scheduled for Thursday, August 9.
The meeting will get.underway
at 6 p.m. in the City Council
F Your dream home
physical and carry a 2.0 GPA and
be enrolled at Taylor County
High," he said.
Similar tryouts will be held
August 13 beginning at 9 a.m. for
the' junior varsity football
For more information, contact
Coach Harris at 838-2525, ext. 6.
Coaches' meeting is Aug. 9
the recreation department at 584-
17 Miles South of Perry on
the Taylor County Coast
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HOW TIME HAS FLOWN
HOW HE HAS GROWN
HE IS SUCH A JOY
AND SO MUCH FUN
Grandpa David, Grandma Marilyn
and Aunt Shana
Summer is here...stop in for one of these delicious treats!
-Iced Latte & Mocha
-Frozen Italian Sodas
-Shelly's Sweet Tea
Weekly Special for Aug.6-10 is "Fruit Salad"
)espresso yourself cafe
"Java cup today?"
3 Computers on Site Internet Cafe Wireless
Owner and Barista Shelly B'.nco
New Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7 am 6 pm
Sat. 8 am -3 pm
201 N. Jefferson St.
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Do you know James? Meet at Blue Creek...
Beach Bible study resumes Tuesday
The Beach Bible Study group will reconvene on Tuesday, Aug. 7, at 10
a.m, at Blue Creek Baptist Church. ,
The group will meet every Tuesday to study a course by Rick Warren
on the book of James.
"Please join us," encourages Beverly Jones who may be contacted for
questions at 578-2322; Cindy Brown can be reached at 578-2924. "We
look forward to seeing you!," Brown said.
Southern Grace sings here
Southern Grace of Lakeland will minister in concert at the Perry Church
of God on Sunday, Aug. 5, during the 11 a.rn worship service.
" The church, which is located at 1106 S. Center St., is celebrating its
church and pastor's anniversary. Everyone is invited to worship and lunch
which will follow the service.
For more information, please call Pastor Robert Kirkland at 584-2010.
Alice Stem, 98, died July 10,
2007, at the Good Samaritan
Center'in Dowling Park.
Born March 28, 1909, in Beloit,
Wisi shfelived most of the first
half if her life in Rockford, Ill. Her
first husband died in 1953.
In'1956-she married John Stem
of R ckford and moved with him
to nOthenm Minnesota. Most of her
later-years were spent in Deerfield
Beach afddDowling Park.
Shl was preceded in death by
her husband, John, in 1988, and is
survived by her grandson, Richard
Dayo)f Perry, a niece and nephew
in cRockford, and three grand
Fred Bell, 80, died July 31,
2007, in Madison.
Borndn, Day, he spent most of
his life, in Madison where he
worked with the Forestry
Department for 33 years. He was a
World War II veteran with the U.S.
Army. He was a member of the
Fox Hunters Association.
Survivors include: his wife, Ann
Bell of Perry; two sons, Roger Bell
of Columbus, Ga., and Rick Bell of
Quincy; one daughter, June
Knowles of Perry; one brother,
Lester Bell of White Springs; four
- sisters, Car l 3l'kross City,
Margie Siarting of Saannah.
Bobbie Jean Littleton of Texas and
Lottie Mae Stokeley of Georgia;
seven grandchildren, 12 great
grandchildren and one great great
Funeral services will be today,
Aug; 3, at 11 a.m. at Midway
Baptist Church in Lee with burial
to follow in Midway Cemetery.
Family members received
friends Thursday from 6-8 p.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home, which is in
Emmogene Lamb Skaggs, 67, of
Valdosta, Ga., died July 31, 2007,
at her residence.
Born on April 20, 1940, in
Madison to William and Louella
Lamb, she was employed by
Parkwood Develpmental Center
and was a member of Rosedale
. Church of God.
She is survived by her husband,
Lester Skaggs of Valdosta;
daughters, Marchetta Touchton of
Perry and Lisa Humphrey of
Madison; son, Chris Gianino of
Perry; her mother, Louella Walker
Lamb of Madison; sisters,
Ermaogene Chaney of Madison
and Gladys Ferrell of Thomasville,
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Sunday School 10:00 10:45
Worship Service 11:00- 12:00
Children's Church 11:00 12:00
Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
Choir Practice 6:00 6:45
Sunday Service 7:00 8:00
Mike Hicks, pastor Wednesday Night
Youth Group 6:00 7:30
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992 Study Group 7:00
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601 West Ash Street
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
worship 10:45 a.m.
Church Ph: 584-6155
Wed. Bible Class
Carl Desmartin: 223-3210
is not a spectator sport.
'Therefore we also, since we are surrounded by so great
a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and
the sin which so easily ensures us, and let us run with
endurance the race that is set before..."
Lakeside Baptist Church
"A Place to Call Home"
.; Sunday Services
I495 a.m. Sunday School
t 00 a.m. Morning Worship
6|10 p.m. Discipleship Training
70 p.m. Evening Worship
6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Steven Ruff, pastor
Hwy. 27 584-5688
Monthly sing is Saturday
The Perry First Church of God, located on Highway 221 North, is
having its monthly sing on Saturday, Aug. 4, at 7 p.m. featuring "The
Masters" and "His Grace." Snacks will be served at 5:30 p.m.; everyone
V.B.S. next week
First Assembly of God, located at 828 W. Julia Dr., will hold its Vacation
Bible School, "Water Works!," Aug. 6-10 from 6 until 8:30 p.m. The
church invites children and youth to "come ride the wave of God's love--
prepare to be blessed and to get wet!"
Installation is Sunday .
New Jerusalem Primitive Baptist Church will hold installation services
for Elder Antonio Davis who will serve as pastor of the congregation. The
services will be Sunday, Aug. 5, at 3:30 p.m.
Ga.; eight grandchildren and one
great grandchild. She .was
preceded in death by her father,
William Lamb; a daughter, Linda
Jean Strickland; a son-in-law,
Keith'Touchton; and a grandson,
Michael Humphrey Sr.
Funeral services will be held
Friday, Aug. 3, at 11 a.m. at Carson
McLane Funeral Home with Pastor
Maxie Williams officiating.
Graveside services will follow at
3 p.m. with Pastor Preston Gainey
officiating at Hopewell Baptist
Church in Madison.
Family members, received
friends Thursday from 6 until 8
p.m. at Carson McLane Funeral
Home, which is in charge of
Mabel Ann Strickland
Mabel Ann Strickland, 83, a
homemaker, died July 31, 2007, at
Marshall Health. & Rehabilitation
Mrs. Strickland had been a
resident of Perry for over 60 years,
moving here from Tennessee. She
was a Baptist.
Her husband, J. C. Strickland,
preceded her in death.
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St. Johnls Christian
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Morning Worship 11:00anS. Study/Prayer Meeting
Nuirery and 'Chi ren 's Ministry Provided
(located at the intersection of Puckett Rd. and Golf Course Rd.)
Mark McElfresh, pastor. 584-7251
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2959 Golf Course Rd,
Sunday Worship Services
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Programs & Bible Study for all ages!
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Calvary Baptist Youth meet each Monday Night 6:00 pm.
All area youth are invited.
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Open Hearts Open Minds & Open Doors
"The People of the United Methodist Chiarch"
302 N. Jefferson St. Perry, Fl. (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460
Rev. James Taylor, pastor nursery provided Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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In Loving Memory
Jonathan Lee Hilson
A i ay t7 20 3 ? 00? //'i.
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got to know,
S. It's hard for me to let
ANT I waited and I wanted
I had so many dream
I think of smiles I'll never see.
I think of events that will never be.
There will be no first steps and no first teeth.
There is only a void and our own grief.
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's for you.
I planned to take you places far and near.
I yearned to keep you safe and free from fear.
I hoped to show you much of your new world.
I wanted to teach you as your life unfurled.
It's hard to understand why you, our baby, died.
I feel so numb right now, many tears I've cried.
I have so many questions an no answers seem to come.
I tired so hard to save you; nothing could be done.
God, I stand before you broken-hearted
and ask you to heal these lives that must be parted
from this little one we can no longer hold,
who will always be a part of me, even when I'm old.
God, take this child in your loving arm.
No more can he suffer any harm.
Bless him always and bless me too.
Be with me and help me to make it through.
We love you and will never forget you.
Your Mama (Amber May)
A-5 Perry News-Herald August 3-4, 2007
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Personnel from the Taylor County Sheriff's Office and Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission dive teams assisted with site surveys for the newly deployed
artificial reef. Shown above, from I to r, are: Scott Lee, Bruce Cooper, Matt Reynolds, Andrew
Bickel, Audie Towles and Mark Hershberger..
$10 return expected for every
$1 spent on new artificial reefs
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artificial returns $100 in economic
benefits to the area community. In
smaller counties such as Taylor,
Olson estimated the returns are
$10 for every $1 spent.
The new reef is part of ongoing
ri-.,-cr h by Lindberg, who has
been developing artificial reefs
along the west coast of Florida and
studying their impacts on fish
populations, Olsen said.
He explained that gag grouper
spawn offshore from December to
MNl,, and the baby grouper use
e.ig:r.iPj along the coast for
protection. As they grow older,
-they move to deeper -waters,
.where there are fewer grasses and
less protection from natural
Scientists suspect that a big
challenge in the life of gag is the
long move from the sheltered
nursery of inshore waters to the
offshore spawning grounds, Olsen
The Lindberg cubes, which have
a large whole through the middle,
and the resulting aquatic plant life
that develops around them, give
the grouper additional protections
as they grow.
"A small percentage increase in
the number of juveniles that
survive has a dramatic increase in
the grouper populations," Olson
The new reef is the first one
deployed in the public fishing area
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Survivors include two sons, Al
Strickland of Perry and Ronnie
Collins of Reno, Nev.; two
sisters, Frances Ellis and Peggy
Burgess, both of Atlanta, Ga.;
four grandchildren; four great
grandchildren; and a host of nieces
Graveside services will be held
today, August 3, at 11 a.m. at
Woodlawn Cemetery with Byrum
Family members received
friends Thursday from 6 until 8
p.m. at Joe P. Bums Funeral Home,
which is in charge of
Hazel Lee Brown
Hazel Lee Brown, 53, of Perry,
died Aug. 1, 2007, at Capital
Regional Medical Center.
She was a native of Perry.
Survivors include: a daughter,
Barbara Plummer of Perry; a son,
Tim Brown of Tallahassee; three
brothers, Perry City Council
member Sylvester Harris, Mike
of the Steinhatchee Fisheries
Management Area. While fishing
is not prohibited the area, the
locations of reefs deployed
elsewhere in the management area
are not disclosed, Olson explained.
The first artificial reef deployed
off Taylor County's coast was in
1994. Since then, five additional
reefs have been developed,
including this latest one.
Olson said he wanted to thank
Lt. Bruce Cooper with FWC and
Capt. Audie Towles with the
Taylor County Sheriffs Office, for
their help, as well as their teams',
for assisting in site surveys
conducted earlier this summer.
"All of that is critical work," he
said. "We could not have done this
Improved earnings credited to
strong demand, decreased costs
Harris and Clyde Harris, all of
Perry; two sisters, Brenda Phillips
and Sarah Harris, both of Perry:
seven grandchildren; and one great
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Aug. 4, at 11 a.m. at
Little St. John Missionary Baptist
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Interment will follow at
Family members will receive
friends today. Aug. 3, at 4 p.m. at
Evans/V. ,\'.r Funeral Home.
which is in charge of
Skate demo planned Saturday
The Taylor County Public Library will host a live skate demo
courtesy of Mojo's Skate Shop Saturday, Aug. 4, starting at 11 a.m.
The program will include a drawing for a Mojo's skate board and
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quarter were $200 million, 3.5
pe'icnTI above the $193 million
..chic,' ,d in the same quarter of the
pri' r year. Net sales for fiscal year
2007 were $769 million, 5.6
lpric'r t above Lae $728 million
,acl: ..j in the prior year.
Chairman and Chief Executive
Officer John B. Crowe said the
company is pleased with the
improved results, both for the
,.ILIir r and fiscal year.
"We credit the improved
The Florida Division of Forestry
will be accepting new applications
F'.i the Southern Pine Beetle
Pi~ ..,','ii, Cost-Share Program
I.. .:, n,, July 30.
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'The program offers NIPF
l.im, 1 1. i L, up to 50 percent
reimbursement toward the cost of
, ii ,i approved forest
management practices that help to
prevent SPB infestations such as
pre-commercial thinning and
prescribed burning and a $50 per
acre incentive payment for
landowners who conduct a first
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earnings to strong demand across
all of our businesses and to the
combination of higher prices,
better mix and cost reductions.
Reduced costs and higher volumes
at our Americana plant also
contributed to improved earnings,
both for the quarter and total year,"
Buckeye's nonwoven materials
segment sales and earnings were
strong for the total year, but even
though sales were higher,
operating income for the quarter
was down compared to the
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Riverside Drive and 15th Street
F i, as well as Jena along
Highway 358 and Howard Hart
The Taylor County
Service," he said.
The program is available to
NIPF landowners who own at least
10 contiguous acres of pine forest
land in Florida.
Application forms are available
from all Division of Forestry
offices. The division's foresters
will provide technical assistance to
For information, contact
Shepard at (850) 838-2286.
Power of the
"We continue to generate strong
cash flow and we lowered our debt
during the year by $76 million
(from $521 million to $445
million), which includes the
cancellation of the $5.0 million
Stac-Pac note," he said.
Buckeye, a leading
manufacturer and marketer of
specialty fibers and nonwoven
materials, is headquartered in
The company currently
operates facilities in the United
States, Germany, Canada and
Brazil. Its products are sold
worldwide to makers of consumer
and industrial goods.
commission's special meeting is
scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. at the
Taylor County Courthouse Annex,
located at 201 E. Green St.
Dixie County commissioners
are also expected to vote on
the GUA agreement this
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Local small business center
helps to create 22 new jobs
SThe Taylor County High School Auxiliary Guard (Majorettes and Flag Team) recently hosted
a car wash at Timberland Ford, during which they earned $234. The money went toward
payment for the University of Florida Gatorland Band Camp. Shown above are: back row,
(from I to r) Majorette Sponsor Angie Clark, Lori Fewell, Susan Trujillo, Marybeth Clark
and Nikki Nelms; front row, Flag, Team Sponsor Heather Hays, Stephanie Handley, Selena
Cruce and Natalie Ricketson.
By DAWN TAYLOR
The Taylor County Small
Business Outreach Center, located
in the Perry-Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce, has
assisted many local existing
businesses and has helped create
jobs by assisting new businesses
with basic start-up requirements,
loan preparation and marketing
and business plans.
To date, the local program has
helped create 22 new permanent
jobs, retain 17 jobs and has
provided countless hours of
counseling assistance to existing
local businesses as well as
numerous workshops in the areas
of customer service, start-up
requirements, sales tax compliance
and hiritig practices.
The center has a full service
library, computer learning center
and free counseling services
available by a Certified Small
The Office of Small 'Business
Development Centers (SBDC)
provides management assistance to
current and prospective small
SBDC offices offer one-stop
assistance to individuals and small
businesses by providing a wide
variety of information and
guidance in central and easily
accessible branch locations, such
as the Taylor center.
The program is a cooperative
effort of the private sector, the
educational community and
federal, state and local
governments and is an integral
component of Entrepreneurial
Development's network of training
and counseling services.
For more information about the
Small Business Development
Center, the Taylor County Small
Business Outreach Center or any
of its services, call 584-5366.
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'The Simpsons' survive
After a summer of highly anticipated adaptations
including "Transformers" and the fifth "Harry Potter"
'film, it could be argued that none had more fans waiting
:with pent-up glee than "The Simpsons Movie."
* "The Simpsons" is the longest currently running
*sitcom on television, not to mention one of the most
:quoted shows in history, and has built up a fanbase as
strong as the Star Trek enthusiasts they often poke fun
Now only a month or so away from the start of its 19th
:season, "The Simpsons," created by Matt Groening, first
:appeared in 1987 as a series of animated shorts on the
:"The Tracey Ullman Show." Two years later, "The
SSimpsons" began its own series on Fox, and the town of
.Springfield and its citizens haven't looked back since.
For almost two decades millions of people have
followed the lives of Homer, the beer-guzzling, under-
achieving, incompetent safety director for the
Springfield Nuclear Power Plant; Marge, the hyper-
active housewife; Lisa, the environmentally friendly,
jazz-playing, grade-A student; Maggie, the baby and
attempted murderess; and of, course, Bart, the
skateboard riding delinquent.
With the sheer popularity of the show--Time named it
:the 20th century's best television series in 1999--it was
only a matter
: of time
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) big screen
town of Springfield made it to the big screen.
Few people, however, would have guessed that it was
going to take this long.
After 10 or so great seasons of comedy, the show has
lost ratings and, as many fans would claim, its edge,
over the past several years.
Skeptics said the movie couldn't recapture the glory
days of old.
Were they right? Yes and no.
Like in most of the show's episodes, the plot jumps
around in the beginning, but soon enough we're onto the
main story. Lake Springfield is horribly polluted because
everyone has spent years dumping anything and
everything into it. On the brink of a environmental
disaster of untold proportions, the population is banned
from further dumping.
Of course, several dozen signs and a concrete barrier
are not going to stop a beer guzzling, under-achieving,
incompetent safety director for the Springfield Nuclear
Power Plant when he has places to go and.not enough
time to visit the landfill.
Needless to say, Homer messes up big time, incurring
the wrath of the EPA, and ultimately endangering the
lives of everyone in Springfield.
In the end, however, the actual story takes a side-seat
to the jokes. Most of the them work. People weren't
rolling in the aisles, but the laughter was steady from
beginning to end.
Many times when television shows make the jump,
the\ test the Laters by trying things the. couldn't do on
tele% vision. In fact, the w riders and producers really didn't
stretch their legs much on the %way to the big screen. I
counted about four things they could not have done. on
the show. Three of them work. about the same average
as the iokes.
With a 20-year legacy and probably several more
seasons to protect, it's not surprising that they didn't
do more. but it could have lifted the movie beyond
feeling like a long episode. ... '
And that bnngs us to perhaps the biggest
problems w ith the movie. It really did feel most
of the time that we were watching what
amounted to a 84-minute-long episode. The
story, didn't break any nevw ground with the
characters, and the idea of Homer messing up
and ha ming to save the day in the end has been
done countless times before in the show.
At least they know it, though. Minutes into
the movie. Homer, himself watching a
tele\ision-to-theater adaptation, stands up and
declares evenr,one an idiot for paying money to
watch something they could have seen at home for
CALENAR F VET
August 3-5, 10-12 in September by calling the Fine Arts
Ticket Office at 850-644-6500 or toll
Theatre A La Carte opens its new free at 800-757-2146.
season with the "The Scarlet freeat8007572146.
Pimperniel" at the Tallahassee Little
Theatre. For tickets, call 850-224-8474
or visit www.theatrealacarte.org.
Tallahassee Little Theatre presents
Neil Simon's "Biloxi Blues." Auditions
will be held July 29-30. Tickets for the
production, directed by Matt
McCormick, can be purchased at
www.tallahasseelittletheatre.org or by
Friday, September 7
The Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra
will host "American Celebration! Ain't it
a Pretty Night" featuring soprano Teri
Hansen. Tickets can be purchased
online at www.tickets.fsu.edu. Single
concert tickets are available beginning
Sunday, Sept. 23
Violinist Chlo6 Hanslip will kick off the
Tallahassee Artist Series' 2007-08
season with a performance at 2:30
p.m. in the Opperman Music Hall. For
more information, call 850-224-9934 or
The Tallahassee Ballet 2007-08
Season opens with dramatic new
contemporary ballet set to live
chamber music in collaboration with
the FSU School of Music under the
direction of Deloise De Lima. Tickets to
the performances can be purchased
by calling the FSU Fine Arts Ticket
Office at 850-644-6500 or on line by
Monaay, Sept 17
The Grammy Award-winning Pointer
Sisters will perform at FSU's Ruby
Diamon Auditorium as part of a sneak
preview for the 10th anniversary of
Seven Days of Opening Nights. For
tickets, call 850-644-6500 or visit
Upcoming concerts at Wild Adventures
in Valdosta, Ga., include Jo-Jo and
Paula DeAnda on Aug. 4 and Hootie
and the Blowfish on Aug. 11. Visit
www.wildadventures.net for details.
Thomas & Friends will be live on stage
at the Tallahassee/Leon County Civic
Center in "Thomas Saves the Day."
The 90-minute musical will begin
each night at 7 p.ym. For tickets, visit
www.tlccc.org or call 800-322-3602.
Thomas and his railroad pals are racing to Tallahassee in their first live touring stage stiew,
the 90-minute musical adventure, "Thomas Saves the Day." The show opens at the-9
Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center on Aug. 8-9 for two performances.
Thomas and friends will stop
in Tallahassee for two shows
"Thomas & Friends" are making office are $30, $25 and $18.25. discounts are available at the Civic
tracks to Tallahassee in their first Phones orders, tickets at. the Center box.
live touring stage show in outlets and Internet sales are For more information, -isit
America--"Thomas & Friends subject to service charges. Group- www.tlccc.org. ":
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Tallahassee-Leon County Civic .
Center on Aug. 8-9 for two Theatre ALa Carte presents the intended victims of the guillotine,
performances. classic "The Scarlet Pimpernel," using disguises, ruses and wft to
Tickets for Thomas & Friends beginning tonight at the foil the French army. -
are on sale now at the Civic Center Tallahassee Little Theatre. The Broadway musical version
box office, all Ticketmaster outlets ts,.,. of The Scarlet PimpeEnel,
and at Tickemaster.com. .T E nominated for the Best Musical
The all-new 90-minute musical Tony Award in 1998, addsu::the
show includes new. railroad- soaring melodies of F1anks
themed songs and tells.the story of Wildhorn (Jekyll & Hyde) t -the
Thomas and his engine friends as classic swashbuckling adventf e.
they work together as "Really Performances of The Scrlet ,
Useful Engines" to get the railroad Pimpernel will be held Aug. 3-5A
ready for Soder's Magical Lantern In 1905, the Baroness Orczy, a and 10-12 at the Tallahassee Li4ttle
Festival. Encountering adventures young Hungarian-born writer, Theatre, 1861 Thomasville Road
along the way, Thomas, Percy and created an audacious and reckless at the corner of Betton Idad.
Diesel, among others, share a story hero known only by his caJling Evening performances on Au;. 3,
that helps encourage life lessons card, the red, star-shaped 4, 10 and 11 are at 8 p.m., with 2
such as discovery, friendship and wildflower known as the Scarlet p.m. matinees on Aug. 5 -and 12.
cooperation. Pimpernel. Tickets are $16, students andd
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B-4 Perry News-Herald August 3-4, 2007
Scallop season brings boats and trailers
The scallops have been very
plentiful this year if you go deeper
than usual. That has been the
report of most scallopers this
season. Our highways and
byways have been inundated with
boats, trailers, trucks and vans of
all persuasions with the" same
scurried hustle and bustle of
getting boats in the canal and
scooting down the Keaton Beach,
Dekle Beach and Steinhatchee
The mission for each captain is
to find the best position to dive for
scallops. On occasion I have been
in small traffic jams waiting
behind a vessel carrying impatient
family members as they get in the
long line to await their turn for
boat launching. Oh, I wasn't upset
at my wait behind them, because I
anticipate their delight at the
schedule of events that brought
them to this spot. And, yes, I am
always envious because I am on
my way away from the scallop
frenzy, as I head to town--
seemingly to another world.
i, can smile to myself as I see the
eager delight of the small children
of ucky families, fortunate enough
.'-h at the head of the line to
,aIn their boat. I am always
.im.i.,.d as dutiful fathers expertly
back up huge trucks, .perfectly
align the back wheels of their
trailers to dispose of packed boats
ready for scalloping. With
precision, Dad will zoot back to a
parking space as Mom holds the
boat long enough for children to
scamper on. It seems to me every
one has a specific chore so that the
timed performance of launch goes
perfectly on schedule.
A young determined three-year-
old holds tight to the diving flag. It
seems that must have been in her
job description and she is taking it
seriously. Mom tries to take it
away 1rom her to attach it to the
boat. 1 see the resolve as she
clinches it tightly and shakes her
blonde head. Mom wisely gives in
and allows her to carry it defianltly
down the canal. Yes, everyone has
a job to do so the scalloping
adventure can get underway.
I lose sight of the triumphant
family and-boat as they make way
for so many others awaiting their
countdown to launch. As I gaze
out to the horizon dotted with so
many layers of boaters out around
the scallopers' skyline of Keaton /
Beach, 1 wonder which dot out
there is carrying that small, sweet
child with'the red and white dive
Hlag clutched so tightly in her small.
The scallop scurry has becomelc a
family Iradilion along our coasl
and I can't think of a better way for
families to spend good quality time
together as they dive and frolic to
gain a taste and tidbit of the scallop
season of 2007. It seems (he
scallop scurry is now waning'even
as the first month is coming to a
close. There was no traffic jam
yesterday as I drove by the Keaton
Beach marina and boat ramp. But
there is still another month of
scurry-time left. Who knows?
Maybe I will have my chance yet
to bob and dive lor the sweet
tender mussel of the gulf scallop.
If 1 get that chance you can bet I
am going to take my treasures, to
the Hotdog Stand and let Mary and
the cooks fry them up for me.
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Taylor County roads have seen a sharp increase in the'
number of boat and trailers since the start of the annual, .
scallop season. It is not uncommon to see the roads near the
Keaton Beach boat ramp lined with trucks and trailers.
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collectible is a 1907 Saint Gaudens
Double Eagle "High-Relief" $20
gold coin. The term "High-
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that images are raised above the
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The Bureau of Unclaimed
Specific items up for sale
an un-circulated 1882
by Hank Aaron and Don
Spanish colonial silver,
a $500 bill
Property currently holds
unclaimed property accounts
valued at more than $1 billion,
mostly from dormant accounts in
financial institutions, insurance
and utility companies, securities
and trust holdings. Since the
program's inception 46 years ago,
the Bureau has successfully
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billion in unclaimed property.
Currently there are 405,415
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Palm Beach County totaling
property can be claimed for free at
any time by the rightful owners or
heirs by logging on to
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VALUABLE. Until claimed, the
unclaimed funds are transferred to
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August 4, 2007, in the Florida
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auction items will be held on ParticipationS' is open to all' deposit. Payments for purchases
Friday, Aug. 3, from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Floridians. To"'participate in the must be made with cash, traveler's
The auction will be held from 10 preview and auction, potential check, most bank debit cards, or
a.m. until all items are sold. bidders will be.required to register cashiers check made payable to
Specific items up for sale include with the auctioneer and provide a. Fisher Auction Co.
an un-circulated 1882 silver dollar, valid ID with current address and For additional information on
baseballs autographed by Hank refundable $100 cash deposit that A' terms for participating, please visit
Aaron and Don Larsen, diamond can also be '. applied to any www.fltreasurehunt.org and click
jewelry, Spanish colonial silver purchases. on "upcoming auction."
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Crafter Retiring: Tent, 3 Roll end cases,
Cargo trailer 7x16 dual axle, Cargo trailer
7x20 dual axle, radial tires, brakes, all in
good condition. Please call 352-498-2111.
For Sale: Slightly used Electric Recliner.
Blue Cloth, red clover included. $900 New,
Asking $200. Call 584-9882 or 843-2155.
For Sale: New white indoor/outdoor wicker
sofa with yellow sunbrella cushions. Large
glass top matching end table $1,100.00.
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for size of other tire. Tires can be seen at
Taco Saw or call 843-2416 leave message
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For Sale: 11x32 vinyl, metal roof building
with AC and ceiling fans, and carpet.
Great for a camp, office, or storage. Many
uses. Asking $5,500.00. Rdady to move
today, 223-3547 if no answer leave
For, Sale: Attention Band Students, Alto
SaC Bundy $600 cash. Call after 6 p.m.
BigIYard Sale: Friday and Saturday off
Foley Cut off. Across street from last
weeks yard sale, (2850 Ward Rd). Look for
signs from highway 27 East. Something for
Yard Sale Prices- Back to School Sale-
Whole Month of August- Gifts of Grace-
106 E. Main St. on Square- Buy one get
one half price- Lots to choose from-
Aeropostale, American Eagle, Gap, Old
Navy, Outlaw Wear, Etc. Clothes for all
ages.- Tax Free Days Aug. 3 thru 13.-
Avon, Avon, Avon, 20% off .in store
purchase- Plenty in stock, including
jewelry. 584.-7770 -12:30 to 5:30, Tuesday
thru Friday and 10:00 to 3:00.Saturday.
Remember 'market days downtown last
Saturday of July and August 8:00 to 2:00.
Yard Sale: 3 Family Yard Sale in Eridu
just past the Eridu store from 8 a.m. -
12:00. Furniture, name brand clothes &
Big Yard Sale: August 3rd & 4th 8:00 2:00
on Johnson Stripling Rd. To the end of"'
Sam Poppell Rd. on left. Too much to list,
come on by, cancel if rains to next.
2 Family Yard Sale: Saturday 8:00 until.
Bedroom furniture, 2 wood burning stoves,
and lots more 104 Pinetree Rd.
Yard Sale: Saturday August 4th at 1313
Pinecrest Street (pass the high school)
7:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Small kitchen
items, king size comforter sets, plus size
clothes, computer items, lexmark printer,
fax machine, what-nots, alot to chose from.
Inside Yard Sale: 8:30-2:00 105 East
Green St. Hospital bed mattress,
wheelchair, C Pap machine, bike, bunny
collection, toys, glassware, books,
Yard Sale: Saturday 8- until. 119 Pinetree
Rd. 2 Fall Wedding Arrangements (2 by 3)
in urns, black 5 piece luggage set (4 yrs.
old), lots of clothes: Ladies size 1 & 3, and
6 & 8 bottoms, Size S, M, &,L tops, name
brand, A& F. A E, Old Navy, etc. Mens 34
waist and L & XL tops. Household items,
canisters, 4 pc. pot & pan set, paraffin wax
spa, like new crockpot, wall art, kids toys,
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Yard Sale: Saturday Aug. 4th. 107'E. Jane
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Lots of clothes, books,'and,other great
Yard Sale: Saturday. Eddie Page Rd. 8
a.m. noon, R miles past Big Top..dn the
left. Look forsigns. Dining table- 6 chairs,
large desk,.sandbox, small filing cabinet,
lots of little girls clothes up to size 2T,
toddler girls-shoes, lots of household
items, come check us out! No early.birds
Yard Sale: Sadler Drum, I Cant Sale triple
dresser, Sony computer, vanity,, floor
lamps, to much o list.",
Inventory Reduction Yard Sale: Saturday
August 4th 8 a.m; till noon. Embroidery
Business SELLING OUT inventory
overstock. Mbot.items are marked'at c6st,
New Items include, camo duffel bigs,
Bulldog T shirts & sweat shirts, denim
shirts, GATOR & FSU items, golf towels,
scrub sets,,Shirts, jackets, handmade
baby quilts. Also a total gym, books,
movies, toys, little boy size 4T-5 clothes,
girls size 12-14 clothes. 1.5 miles down
Woods Creek Rd... Look for signs on left.
Yard Sale: Saturday Aug. 4th 8:00-12:00
315 W. Main St. Desk, full-length free
standing mirror, rug, plate racks, large
women's clothes, etc.
3 Family Back to School Yard Sale: 1303
W. Ash St. Name brand clothes, shoes,
purses, curtains. All kinds of good stuff. 8
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Yard Sale: Friday August 3, 8:00 until.
Hwy. 19 N., beside Northside Church of
God. Nice teenage girls back to school
Truck for Sale: 02 Ford Explorer 42,000
miles, red, keyless entry, tan interior, spot
for third row seat, Warranty good for 46,000
miles that I believe can, be transferred
over. Nice smooth ride. $12,000 call 223-
Automatic transmission with O/D for Ford
Mustang gr Ranger, A4LD transmission,
excellent operating condition, 223-3198.
For Sale: 98,Dodge Caravan. Call 838-
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For Sale: 1998 Mercury Grand Marquise,
64,000 miles, white with gray leather
interior. Grand Condition $4,200. Call 838-
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12' air boat. Brand new, 4 cly., ly
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Beautiful 11 week old male & female
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For Sale: One registered red angus bull. 2
and 1/2 years old with papers. Is a proven
sire, Call 584-3737,for more info.
Missing, Australian point heeler. Female
black back, spotted black and white face,
about 60 pounds. Answers to Crecencia or
sweetie. Has short tail, last seen in the
area of Quail St in Perry. Please call
collect 330-922-1767'or 850-371-0777.
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BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME FOR SALE
BY OWNER $95,000.00
2 BEDROOM/2 BATH
1+ACRE, PARTIALLY FENCED, 2-12'X12'
CONSTRUCTED UTILITY SHEDS ON
MANY, MANY EXTRAS
OWNER WILL PAY CLOSING COST UP
AND MATCH DEPOSIT UP TO $3,000.00
For Sale By Owner Near Keaton Beach
2,305 sq. ft. 2004 DWMH on 1.25+ acres, 4
bedroom' 2.5 bath, central heat/air, 3
decks, skirting, gutters, 2 car garage, boat
shelter, heated in ground pool, fenced
back yard. gravel driveway, 2 wells, septic
tank, sprinkler system, water softener.
REDUCED $155,000, call 850-578-3094
For Sale: Ezell Beach lot for sale. $60 K.
Firm, No conditions. Title search already
done. 352) 316-2527.
TAYLOR COUNTY RESIDENTS
Are you 55+ and having
difficulty finding a job?
If you qualify, Experience Works has paid Certified Nurse Assis-
tant (CNA) training and job opportunities funded by grants from
SBA at no cost to you.
For more information call
Lana or Everlena @ 850-933-0023 ext 242
A national nonprofit organization. EHO/AA
"This U.S. Small Buiness Administration (SBA) Grant Award,
#SBAHQ-03-I-0058 is funded by the SBA. SBA's funding is not an
endorsement of any product., opinions, or services. All SBA funded programs
are extended to the public on a non discriminatory basis."
RNs LPNs CNAs
Full-time *Part-time PRN positions available
.. Call Sue Love, RN, DON
S & Rehab Center
207 Marshall Dr. Perry
Drug Free Workplace
Equal Opportunily Employer
For Sale: 2003 Buick Park Avenue. One
owner; very clean, SilvehBlue Metallic, V-
6, good gas mileage;,78,000 miles.;NADA
$11,950. Call 584-2964.'
For Sale: 1977 Ford F-350 Ranger Camper
Special. 460 motor, Edellbrock 4 barrel, 4-
11 Rearend. Good second truck or good
hunting truck $2500.00. Please call 584-
Come one... -1
c o m e a l l N C O
PERRY ELKS lI
Monday 7:00 p.m.
305 Puckett Road
Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
Comic Books (.collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars
Pocket Watches Diamonds
^ Postcards Sports Memorabilia ,-
Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal tpys/wind-up toys
CallMark Souhelad 85)58-621 s og tco. S
IRONWOOD HOMES OF PERRY
ii 3 BR $39,990 !!!
4 BR $52,990f!!!!
.5 BR $67,990 !!!!
No need to burn your time or GAS
when the lowest prices and
friendliest staff are always right here
in YOUR hometown!
Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 16-4' Antiques
We buy...call us! Collectibles
Yard Sale Collectibles
Set-up l Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19S. *.838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Thf" Furniture
WANT TO BUY
Home for Sale in
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409 Glenridge Rd.
3 bedroom/ 2 baths/ attached 2 car garage
Amenities include: a storage building with boat parking, a
sunroom that overlooks the pond, lots of closet space, lami-
nate wood floors, and many extras. This home is in move-in
condition & perfect for families. Asking $212,000.
Contact Kelly or Melissa at 584-2878
for questions or an appointment.
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.
For Rent: 3 B/R 2 BATH DOUBLE WIDE
TOTAL ELECTRIC, CENTRAL H/A,
WITH WASHER AND DRYER, $550.00
PER MONTH, PLUS $250.00 DEPOSIT.
NO KIDS, NO PETS. APPLICATION AND
REFERENCE REQUIRED. 584-3889
House For Rent: 3 or 4 bedroom 1 bath
$750 a month.107 El dorado Dr. Call Day
time 584-6480, call night time 850-223-
3346. Ask for Susan.
For Rent: Camper Unit set up in nice area.
1 tenant only, no pets, All utilities paid.
Fully Furnished, $100.00 week and
$80.00 deposit. Call 850-584-4551.
SFor Rent: 3 BR/ 2 BA, very clean. No pets.
No smoking, deposit, first month, and last
month. (850) 838-9514 leave message. Ref
required, Shady Grove.
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/TTY711. 315 Puckett
Rd, Perry, FL, 32347. Equal Housing
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-
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $550
required $45 deposit, $154 weekly or $40
daily plus tax. 317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy.
For Rent: 602 W. Bacon St. $475 a month.
Beach House for Rent. Scallop Season,
$100:00 per night (2) night minimum. Full-
time Rental/ Furnished 2 Bdrm/ 2 bath on
Marsh / Ezell Beach $800.00 per month,
1st, last, & security. Call 850-578-2713.
No down for Landowners! Even if you still
owe, Call us for .info. Prestige Home
Centers in Chiefland. Also open Sunday.
12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or 800-477-2492.
For Sale by Owner: 1 mile to Gulf, Not in
flood zone, 2BD/1BA Mobliehome, Central
heat & air. Roof over, large screen porch,
metal A frame garage w/ open garage on
both sides, fenced in yard, good well and
septic. Boarders Hunt Club on back
$64,500. Please call 1-850-578-3104.
' CLOSE OUT 1 ONLY 28X70 3BD/2BR
CEDAR LOG MOBILE HO'IE WITH
COVERED PORCH. Delivery and set up
for $79,995, please call Pre'itige Home
Centers in Chiefland. Also o-en Sunday
12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or 800-477-2492.
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
For Sale: 1979 56ft. Liberty Mobile Home.
Floor has been replaced $1500.00. Call
850-584-9177 or 850-371-0183.
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.
Mobile Home for Sale: 2 bedroom, 2 bath
mobile home. Kitchen with center island
and china cabinet. Garden bath in master
bedroom. 1990 in excellent condition. New
carpet. Ready to move to your lot. Lv.
Message at 850-223-1714.
Jobs available in Mayo. Production
workers needed. Must be able to
assemble parts. Some physical labor
involved. Background check and drug
screen. Apply at Workforce Innovation or
in person at Bulova Technologies: 125 SE
Swisher Rd. Take Hwy 51 South from
Mayo to CR 357. Make left. EOE.
Busy PR office needs skilled copywriter.
Contract basis, $10/hr. Press releases,
features. Photography desirable. Must
have professional experience. E-mail 3
writing samples, resume, references to
Trish Hinton, email@example.com, College
Advancement, NFCC. EO/EE.
Check Station Positions Available
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission is hiring for
seasonal work at check stations during the
upcoming archery and general gun 'hunting
seasons. Positions available in Taylor
County. Pays $6.67 per hour. Positions
begin September 22, 2007. For details call
(850) 838-9016, or.stop by the Big Bend
Field Office at 663 Plantation Rd. in Perry.
Help wanted Badcock & More. Set up and
delivery. Must be 21 yrs adlie.itseiandi
gocd driving record required. No phone
calls! Apply in person 1225 S. Jefferson
Avon Reps Needed! How would you like
to be your own boss? Start your own .
business. I can show you how. $10 start-
up kit. Call BJ Today! 850-584-6289 or
Contact Joe Collinrs
August 3-4, 2007
GUARANTEED HOME EVERY ..
WEEKEND Avg. S825--S1025/week Sw a nln ,
NO TOUCH FREIGHT 65% .
preload/pretarped CDL-A req'd 877-428- Bail
TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
Engineer- Temporary/part time-DOO
Public Safety Director- $59.000-S67.000-
SAnimal Control Officer- S9.31 .hr.
Firefighter/EMT S10.78 hr.
Mosquito Control Truck Driver Seasonal /
part time S8.04
Roll Off Site Attendant Call in S6.68 hr.
Job descriptions and applications can be
obtained from www.taylorcountygov.com,
www.employflorida.com or One Stop
Mobile Unit'located in Kmart Parking Lot
on Wednesday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Applications
must be submitted to Employment
Connections 200 W. Base Street,
Madison, FL. 32340, fax number 850-973-
9757, or emailed to bains(@nfwdb.org.
Advent Christian Village
Current JOBS Line Advertisement
call 658-5627 or visit www.acvillage.net
24 hrs/day, 7 days/week
If excellent in quality & compassionate
care are important, give us a call. Our
team may be what you have been looking
Become part of a professional and caring
team; and experience gratification like
Cook and Support Food Service Positions
High School diploma or equivalent
desired. Dependabilityand cooperative
working style required. Experience in
institutional food service a plus.
Competitive wages & competitive benefits
for FT positions (health, dental, life,
disability, supplemental insurance; 403b;
paid time off) plus access to onsite
daycare and fitness facilities.
Apply in person at Personnel Office
(Carter Village Hall) Monday through
Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00., or fax
resume/credentials to (386) 658-5160.
EOE/ Drug-Free Workplace
Criminal background checks required
Morgan's Tree Service and Debris
Removal. Free estimates. Call 352-498-
7844 or 850-672-0709.
Home or Business needs lawn work or
cleaning, Call us Brenda or Terry 850-223-
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
RFrewoodforsalen . ,:.
The Handyman experts LLC, honest work!
Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting.
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
838-6077. 25 years.
Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
"Where Everyday" Is Springtime"
107 N 7 7
Jefferson St. 584- 2757
CARPET & VINYL
Installation and repairs done at a good
price. No overhead. Direct savings to you.
30 years experience. 850-838-9050.
Please leave message.
Yard work, raking, moving heavy bushes.
also mechanics. Great rates. etc. Call
Jesse Ray Mathis 584-9628.
Auto Painting & Body Works
We can paint your car for
as little as $249.95.
Call for details.
Pickup & Delivery Available.
50 years of experience.
I will baby-sit in my home Monday thru
Friday, 7 a.m. 4 p.m. Babies 6 wks 18
mths only, $100.00 a week, starting in
August. 584-4809 ask for'Marie.
Chad Dees Lawn Care
Hi, Taylor County, love to spend time in
the great outdoors with your family?. Aliow
me to introduce Chad Dees Lawn: Care.
We are open and now ready to take care of
your yard and give you more time to spend
with your -family. Please call (850) 584-
8959 hit 1 or, email u- .31
firstname.lastname@example.org and I v:.1 rr-Iu:n
your call, Chad H. Dees/ Owner
Call Billy Blue at
672-0955 or 838-1307
i*@L'YLl .,, M
Dnies in 3-4 hours
A to Z Farm & Lawn Services: Land A TI eN P L Etr' tho+'"the1
clearing, tree ..,rmming/remov3l. dump ,aersigneoa rer.as 2d sell e persona
truck services. ha3rowin g JSh hog ;:.h ; piooervy aescr.ed 0elo. 'to enorice.o
mowing -ake work, dirt leveling, and; .- en ,mo:.sea on sa0a Doo rr ,.under ne
complete own service. Call 584-6737. Fl F'.aoa Sel SToiage Fac.iy AcT
3/9tfn AZ Statutes(section 83.01-83.809). The
undersigned will sell at ,public,sole by
Scomp.etitivep bidding or'di'sposed of on'
Clay Swindle L.L.C. (licensed and the 4th dov'6f Augoust. 2007. at 10:00om, .:
insured) All types o. remodeling: doors, .on the 'piernimses where Sold propery :
windows, docks, painting, etc. has bee isoled .o wthcn are locarea
Commercial & Residential. Call 850-223- 'at laock.& Key PMAn, Soroage ac309 s
1780 or 843-1941, If no answer, please., Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida, County .6T
leave message. Over 20' years of- Toylor. State of Florida,. the followving:
laeaexperience i Delano Slaughter Unit A?4 nousenoid .
experience goods. Betty Banks Unit A31 houseroid .
3/7tfnCS goods. Purchases must be ca tfor or.;
__ the time of. purchqie n COS' All
I purchased units sold as 's inere a,
1J- l^.'S and items must be remroveao acnd un1T":
I' cleaned at the tin-e of sale Soale suoiect '
allW IAtoI cancellation in rhe event of
settlement :, between owner and
Convenience Store-Gold Mine ociigareda Darr, Daeag rs 27n aad of,
Gas tanks new, only diesel in area, y 20 ....
includes store & 2 Bdrm Managers home,; 7/27,,8/3
Pizza sales, former coin laundry, 1 acre, .
seafood market & restaurant needed, traffic" -. IN THE COUNTY COURT, THIpp JJUV Ak-C 4AL -
count 6000 daily, Lamont, FL, $1713,000 CIRCUIT IN AND FOR FAYLOR COUNTY,
All Realty Services 850-973-9990 FLORIDA JAMES EDWARD PIPER. Plaintf *f
tf neCASE NO 62-2007.CC-257-00A-01 VS
n I .: *. -' UrIKNOWN. aelendant OTICE OF
AC.TIONlNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
--PETITION TO DETERMi OWNERSHIP OF. A
r r 6 MOTOR VEHICLE HAS BEEN, FILED AND .
YOU ARE REQUIRED TO SERVE A COPY OF.
YOUR WRITTEN OBJECTIONS. IF ANY ON
F FMES EDWA'RD PIPEf f512 2 BACON ST
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUpK?
I BUY SCRAP
P METALS!! .
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TIE DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
-OUNTY IS NOW ACCEPTII
BIDS ON PIZZAS FOR THE SCH
SERVICES PROGRAM FOR TH
SCHOOL YEAR WITH BIDS DU
THAN 10:00 A 1.1 r MOrDAf
2007. BID SPECIFIC 4TIONrS ST
TERMS AND CONJDCIOriS
OBTAINED AT IHE FlrjrCE C
NORTH CLARK STrEET FPERi7
32347. FOR FUR"HEP INKE
PLEASE CONTACT ELEAInIOR
F'bOD SERVICE C.OrCDinjT
THE DISTRICT SCHOOL :OAR'D
COUNTY IS NOW'ACCEPhr
BIDS ON BAKERY PRODUCT
SCHOOL BOARD FOOD
PROGRAM FOR THE 2007-22
YEAR WITH BIDS DUE NO I
10:00 A.M.,.MONDAY, AUiJGUS
BID SPECIFICATIONS, STATE OF
CONDITIONS MAY BE OBTAIN
FINANCE OFFICE, 318 TNO
STREET, PERRY, .FLORIDA :
CONTACT, ELEANOR JOHNS
SERVICE COORDINATOR. AT
Early Bird 6 p
Regular 7 p
(Hwy. 19 North). 584
'Must be 18 yrs or c
PERRY fL 32348 WHO IS THE PETITIONER.
ONr OR BEFORE AUGUST 18TH 20017. AND
FILE THE ORIGINAL WITH THE CLERK OF
THE COURT .EITHER BEFORE SERVICE ON .
THE PETITIONER. OR IMMEDIATELY
THEREAFTER: OTHERWISE A-DEAuLT WILL
TIN ENTERE6DFOR'THE RELIEF DEMANDED
IN THE PETITION WITNESS MY HAND AND
SEAL OF THIS COURT ON THE 181H DAY OF
JULY 2007. AT TA1'/OR COUNTY. FLORIDA
CLERK OF IHE CIRCUIT COURT BY Saoinao
Ford DEPUTY CLERK
7/20. 7/25 8Q3. 8/10 ,0 .,... ":" 0"
,, . . .-.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR TAYLOR
OF TAYLOR' COUNTY. RLQRIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN
NG SEALED' RE ESTATE OF SARAH ELISE POMEROY
OOL FOOD Deceased. Case No. 2007-606-CP -
E ?007-2P08 Division Probate NOTICE TO CREDITORS
SNO.,LAER Tne aamin,.sration of the estate of Sarah
esN ULA 1 ElIse Pomerov. deceased, whose dare
1UGUST 13 ol death was June 28. 2007. is pending
AI.E NT OF in ne .Ciroviv Court for Taylor County.
S MAY BE Fioiao. Piobore iviston, the address of
FFCE 318 whicn is Post Of(icq. Box 62Q. Perry.
Y FLORiDA Florida 32340.. The' nomel and
JOHNSON' oadresses of the personal
I JOHNSO0 representative (nd thle personit,
I1 R (850) reoresentaolve's attorney pre set forth
6 '; Delow All creditors of the aecedent
and oTner persons rnovalg ciplms or
aemands against aecedenr s estate on
wnom a coov of this notice is required
ro oe served must file heir claims with
SOF IAYLOR rnis court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
riG SEALED AFTED THE fiME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
iS FOR IHE OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER 'HE
SERVICES DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY QF THIS
07 SCHOOL NOTlCE ON THEM All other creators of
LATER THAN The aecedent and other persons having
ST 1'3 2007 claims or demands against deceFeni s
F TERMS AND estarl must file heir claims wilh this court
NED AT THE WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
RrTH CLARK FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, ALL
32347 FOR CLAIMS NOI FILED WITHIN T.Hg TIME
, 'PLEASE PERIODS SET FORTH IN SjCTIQN 733.702
SON FOOD OF T1IE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WIt BE
8T 850) 838: FOREVER BARRED NOTWIT LANDINGG
THE TIME PERIQgSFT.PT9 T ytf ,
AFFER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED The aOqe of first publication of
this notnce is July 27, 2007 Attorney rfa .
IM8I, Personal Representative John R Weed
ArTorney for Cynthia Pomeroy Florida Bar
No 121530 605 Sou h Jefters.n Stireet.
i. TPerry, Florida 32347 Telephone (850)
838,1773 Fox- (850) 223-1967 Personal
rn! Representatlve Cynthia Pomeroy 3990
Green Fatm Road, Perry. Florida 32347
The administration of the estate of
NOTICE OF ENAQTMENJOFp ORDINNCE Donald Robert Felthouse. Case No. 07-
BY THE CITY COUjiCi,'IO-C-ITY F PRRY, S8CP filed I n the Circuit Court of the
FLORIDA a" .:' r-, .. .-.Tlird Judicia l Circuit. in and For Taylor
NOTICE 1S HERtII...iVEN- tht qn County. Florida. Taylor County
d lKt '.......' =. ""f*,rh1t1 .; :4auWM iusa, P.O. Box 620. Perry, Florida
aiPSOl( ,II ,cP =id1 "dfQ' "' ?4,8:: 'n Intestate estoae. Personal
ei.ar.n' l. loto, "dresientatlve Donald Robert-
per F"r.''( n etse, 47 West Polk Street. Chicago,.
* ugust 14.07,.'dt 30 n Illnbi 60629: Attorney for Tne Personal.
Srheafteni s The mtt gn be. 'le. Representative is Debra June Byers. Blue
in the City. oun ,, it,,-, ', ",, -. Syers. PLLC. 115 W Bay StreeT. Perry,
Hall. located at 224 South Jeferson. Ilorlda 32347 ALL INIERESTED PERSONS
Street, Perry, torilao. (Oies said ARE NOTIFIED THAT All persons upon
r ordinance may be ini.ect, o ny whom This notice is served who nave
, member of the public at the Office of objections that challenge the
the City Manager, City Hall, located at, : auallfications of rne personal
224 South Jeffersdn Sireet. PiY.rt--wiP. representative. venue or lurisaiction of
during regiJafqr bwiinen shurs..Qn tIte tliIs Court are reauired to file Their
date. time and paloe fitstoabeVa objections with this Court. and all
mentioned, all inteireted pqrTest may creditors of the decedent ana other
appear and.be hprd poaitrlaQ the erisonj having claims or demands.
ordin.nc QORDINANC a IT s 0 decedents estate on whom 0
AN ORDINANCE OF Tg irN f Of~r~-PERJ. copy of this notice is served must file
iFLORIlDA.DEL.#JING-TO-lf T lONINGOF ",'.cloims against the estate wirn rhe
LESS THAN TEN CONTIGUOU ARf OF., : qovq court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
LAND. PURSUANi1O Al APJLCITj N.1-" ~ MONTH AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
THE PR(PRTYV WNGR OF PUBUCATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRSIV
ACREAGE,- AMENDING ItH OFFICIAL DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
ZQNINL..ATLAS OF THE CITY OFP.ERRY" COPY 9FTHIS NOTICP N ,THEM Al otner,
LAND. DEVELOPMENT ReG%.J1At1ON; cedilors of the decedent and persons
PRQVIDING FOR- REZONIN.G FROM"- saying Claims or demands against ti.el
RESIDENTIAL, MULTpLE FAMIY,.1 (RMF.1) decedents estate must tile 'heir claims
TO COMMERCIAL.' ITESIVE (CCT Oc with this court on WITHIN THREE MONTHS
CERTAIN LANDS'WITHIN THq CORPORATE. AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
LIMITS OF'THq CITY PERRY..FLpRIOA; PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE ALL
PROVIDING EVERABILI. RI PEANSkl.. .- CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT
ORDINANCES IN CO.NFdCT: AND SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED The
PROVIDING AN EFFECTI,-* DATE e"i' first date of publication of this notice if
public 'tieblng mqy M rf'ntOinvad Q. July 27. 2007
one or mqre .tu q Itei: An'' 7/27.8/3
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FairPoint Communications Southeast Region, in Northwest!
Florida with 55,000 access lines, has a vacancy for a Service
Technician in our Perry work group. Reporting to the Local Manager,
successful candidate will be responsible for the installation, repair
and maintenance of telecommunication equipment including
installation of DSL at customer location. Must be computer literate.
and knowledgeable of internet along with possessing excellent
communication and customer service skills. A two year degree or
equivalent years of related experience preferred.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package including 401 K^i
Please respond in confidence to:
Director of Human Resources
P. O. Box 220
Port St. Joe, FL 32457
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NOTIC.. OF ENCTME T y.OINC. ,In.t.resed party shall be advised that
Bv IHE CITY QULC; OF.IW0'(r '"'he dale,. time and place of any
FLORIDA . ...... e' " "t I on of the public hearing shall
NFLORIDA IS. .EREoG.V G'."r.0" .... e'"-:'"'onounced during the public
ordInance whicIlT rle ner eft1altI hearingg nd that no further notice
appears. whlI e conldpea l for r ,'encerning the matter will be published.
enacrnemt V Ibvty-CQaincfIoCl ryf All persons ore advised that, if they
Perry. Fioia. 0 0 hearing o decide a appeal any decision made
August 14.i2007,o at6 3om m o. n. me public hearing, they will need'ao
tnaleatefras h rne 7flriSt- c Whe O recora O the proceedings and, tar
in ,oe Crty Council Mottliglonon ,t 5.suqh pr9pose, they may need to
1-911. iocoea a'.224 f6 enue that a verbatim record the 3
Slrbe, Perry. Feorlqao c2 si a ."'.ode.edings is made, which record
rdinanc e muay e inspecte. oy any Includes the testimony and evidence.
memoe. o Tne' publofh. aT.e .O .upon which the appeal is to be based. 4
tne Cry MonOR.h CiTy Pl. lacflte., -8/3.
located a' Sout'Jeoffebn StreetP/. ,''w.
Floridp aung regu at bumungis hqurs OP
TQe dare. Time onq, place fist .Obove
menroned aoil inneesred poisons may .
appear na oen eoreaa Coonepning." n, IN .THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE THIRD,
ordclinonce IRiDINANCE.NO 842. .- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TAYLOR
AN ORDINANCE OF THECITY OF PEtRRY,. COUNTY, F ORIDA CASE NO. 07-407-CA
FLORIDA. RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT '- BENJAMIN J. BOND. Plaintiff, vs. JEROME E.
OF TEN QOR LESS ACRES QF L4ANQ..TQTHE S, TEADMAN; MABLE BIVENS; and
FUTURE .ANlD USE PV,ATI MAP OQF. CTCffY UNKNOWN TENANTS, Defendants.
OF PERRY COMPREktENW5IV PLA. NOTICE OF ACTION TO: JEROME
PURSUANT.TO A'N APPLICAUCON-BY.THE .: STEADMAN and MABLE BIVENS YOU ARE
PROPERTY OWNER OF 5AItI3ACRESAGE. '. NOTIFIED, that a complaint for
UNDER THE AMENDMN NT PRgO DUR1 *. Eoteclosu!e on The following property In
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS' ~ tI6,31'l Taylor County. Flondo THE EAST 105.0 OF
THROUGH 163.3215 FLORIPDA STATUTES SAID LOT 8. BLOCK "E" OF. N.L. SMITH
PROVIDING SOR A CHANGEt|i L4ND USE SUBDIVISION. AS PER MAP OR PLAT OF r
CLASSIFICATION FROM RIESINEMTIA'L, SAID SUpDIVISION AS RECORDED ,N THE
MEDIUM DENSITY (LESS THAN R1 EQUAL OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
TO 8 DWEi-.ING' UNITS PER "ACRE) 10 COURT OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
COMMERCI&. OF CE[TAII LANO WITHIN s '-Is been filed agao.nst you and others,
THE CQRPORATE LIMITS QF THE CITY OF cd you are required to serve a copy
PERRY. FL'ORIDA. .RTOVIDING- of youI wrihen defenses, if any, to it on
SEV RABLITYV: RiEPR4LING Al. DANIEL E MANAUSA, ESQUIRE, SMITH,
ORoINANC6$ IN C'ONFI4-T: AND THOMPSON. SHAW & MANAUSA, P.A.,
PROVIDING: AN EFFECTIVE T1. The Plaintiffs' attorneys. 3520 Thomasville
puohc hepring may oe conrlntJpe to Rqqct. 4th Floor. Tallahassee, Florida
one or more fturut .ddtes .'Any 32309 3469. no more than thirsty (30)
iTerested poqry hpII .be .ayIIsq that. doyft rom (he first publication date of
tre dodl. qmrV qnq'lA'. qtan '-"tmih no31ice of acrion. and file the original
conlinuaton ot'th'e. pytllt fleqg'nl'st;"- ; with the.Clek of Inis Court either before
be onroun'ceq. durldig the public ". service on Piaintiff' attorney's or
hearing onrc fsat o:,tp-furth@..nol3 r. ipntediaely thereafter; otherwise, a
cortqerning th mrpo!Tr-w1 I I-ouilishea. default wil be entered against you for
All per;ons prg aCdvylied hqf.' if they he relief demanded in the complaint or
decided To qfte8'tFny decisigni; perlton DATED This 23 day July. 2007..
made.-a the public ts rinqg, "t5?v'Il ANNIE MAE MURPHY, By: MafI Lavalle.
need a recor of the gr eaings onq; :, DePuty Clerk
for s cn Qu .po ,oi,'env nd 'to 1/27. 813
ensur' thor t.a 'verboim ,#efi, Of the.' ...,
pioceeig5s if mqdq., v(Oijc record
ih'61ules he tes. vy vong Wvildere .. .
upon which fheioappil.ito-6eit-. : . i
8/3 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
B-8 Perry News-Herald August 3-4, 2007
WORLD FAMOUS DEALS!
WORLD FAMOUS DEALS!
2007 RAM 1500
2007 JEEP PATRIOT
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2007 JEEP WRANGLER
DRIVE IT LIKE
YOU STOLE IT!
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$ I MSRP $19,150
Lease it... .. Lease
2007 pert mOt
$29 and walk
2007 DODGE CALIBER
2008 SEBRING CONVERTIBLE
for 39 nos
and walk away...
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