Serving the Tree Capital of the South Sini:e 18-9
August 24-25, 2007
The University of jFlorida
selected South Florida sugar
producer Florida Crystals over
Buckeye Tuesday as the site to
build a cellulosic ethanol research
For the past several months,
Buckeye officials have been
pursuing the facility that would
commercially produce one to two
million gallons of ethanol per year
as well as serve as a research and
development lab. The plant is
being financed by a $20 million
The university received six
proposal for the facility but
narrowed the list down to two for
site visits. A contingency from the
university visited Buckeye last
The site selection committee
made its recommendation to select
Florida Crystals on a motion by
UF Researcher Lonnie Ingram.
As part of his motion, Ingram
further moved to "retain Buckeye
Cellulose as an outstanding site
and potential partner in the event
Buckeye' Spokesman Dan
Simmons said his company is
disappointed that the Buckeye site
was not the first choice for the
ethanol research facility.
S"We knew from the start there
would be strong competition for
the facility. We congratulate the
Florida Crystals organization for
their successful proposal. Buckeye,
will continue to explore
opportunities to expand our
production of green energy\ and
reduce otir need for fossil fuels."
Newly hired Doctors' Memorial
Hospital's CEO Charles Darcy
-apparently made an early
impression on county
commissioners at Tuesday night's
.board meeting, as they agreed to
turn over some $214,000 in
remaining Emergency Medical
Services (EMS) subsidy funds.
Less than two .weeks after
officially starting his new job,
Darcy introduced himself to
commissioners, inviting the board
to take part in creating a strategic
plan for the hospital and sparking
discussions over the county's
funding of EMS.
In the curient'fiscal year, which
ends Sept. 30, the county agreed to
subsidize the hospital's EMS
program up to $300,000, paid in
$25,000 monthly installments.
'According to the agreement,
however, "if there is any profit
made by the hospital in operation
of the emergency services, said
profit shall be returned to the
Previously, the hospital
administrator would appear before
the commission each month,
requesting that portion of the
$25,000 to make the program
break even. To date, only $86,000
has been requested this fiscal year.
Along with Chief Financial
Officer Terri Parsons, Darcy
requested the remainder' of those
funds to help with physician
recruitment efforts and replacing .
aging equipment at the hospital.
In exchange for the funds,
Parsons said they DMH Board of
Directors would be willing to sign
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Stealing $$$ in copper wire
in the act by PD
Tips from local citizens led to
the arrest of two Sarasota men who
were the targets of a south Florida
task force investigation into a
series of copper wiring thefts.
Around midnight\ Wednesday,
Aug. 22, the Perry Police
Department (PPD) received a
complaint of noise coming from
the unoccupied former Winn Dixie
store in the Taylor Square
While checking out the area,
Patrol Officer Heather Murphy
encountered Robert Cain, 24.
"His story as to why he was at
the scene was suspicious," Captain
Jamie Cruse said.
"The original call said it
sounded like someone was
working behind the old grocery
store. Upon further investigation,
Murphy discovered the store's
generator had been tampered with
and that the building had been
broken into. Other evidence at the
scene--fuel spills, tools and
footprints similar'to Cain's--led
into the nearby woods," he related.
Murphy, along with officers Sgt.
Lin Gray and Ptl. Kyle Johnson,
followed .the trail of evidence and
discovered a white 2006 Ford King
Ranch diesel truck filled with
several hundred feet of large gauge,
"The officers found additional
evidence, including night vision
equipment. Based on Cain's
appearance (the presence of diesel
and grease on his body) and other
factors, he was arrested for
burglary of the, building." Cruse
-said. - .--- -..
The truck was registered to an
owner in Sarasota; Cain himself
also gave a Sarasota address.
Later that day, the police
received a call from a business in
the same shopping center reporting
a suspicious person.
"They related that this man was
asking to use the phone and had
talked another employee into
going to Winn Dixie to get him a
money gram. Taylor County
Sheriffs Office Deputy Lance
Burford and Ptl. Dwight Norris
both responded to the call and
observed the unknown subject to
have the same appearance as Cain,
smelling of diesel fuel and having
cuts on his hands and arms," Cruse
"His story was suspicious and so
the officers asked him to come to
the police department for an
interview. It was during the
-\interview that the man, identified
as David Peter Lawrence, 20,
admitted his involvement in the
burglary at the old Winn Dixie
Officers also- found out that the
men "were subjects of interest in a
South Florida Task Force's active
investigation into a series of
copper thefts," Cruse said.
Lawrence was arrested 'on an
outstanding warrant from Sarasota
and faces charges of burglary and
grand theft; Cain was charged with
burglary, grand theft, felony
criminal mischief and possession
of burglary tools.
"The officers did an excellent
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The Perry City Council participated in' straw polls Tuesday night to determine
which budget reduction items warranted further discussion. Shown above', I to r, are City
Manager Bob Brown, Mayor Emily Ketring, Vice Mayor Alphonso Dowdell and Councilman Don
City to reduce garbage
service & close pool?
How large of an impact would
once-a-week garbage pick-up have
on your household? What if the
city pool were to close
The Perry City Council -is
seriously considering both options
in a bid to reduce expenses in its
next budget and wants feedback
from city residents on the proposal.
...Once-a-week _garbage service
w wouldd sa\e the cit\ an-estimated
$106,955; closing the pool,
Combined, the two measures are
less than half of the projected
$400,000 deficit facing the city for
"I would like to hear from more
citizens before making a final
decision on these two,"
Councilman Don Cook said in
budget discussions during a special
-meeting Tuesday night. .
On the revenue side, the council
is also looking at rate changes for
both water and sewer utilities. The
new rates would result in a $1.78
net increase for the average city
household; however, it is area
businesses which are likely to
receive the biggest impact under
the proposed change.
Two of the county's largest
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2008 to be better
Crowe reports good
news for Buckeye
A family from Bermuda escaped injury when the van they were traveling in was involved in a rollover crash on Highway 19
South Wednesday afternoon. The two adults and the two children, ages four years and five months respectively, were all out of
the car by the time law enforcement arrived on the scene, which was located about one mile south of Salem. Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper W. Ernest stated that the driver told him he had started to fall asleep and overcorrected when the vehicle left the
roadway, causing the rollover.
Buckeye Chairman and CEO
John Crowe had good news for
those attending an information-
sharing breakfast Wednesday at
The former Perry resident and
top executive at the Foley plant
said his company recorded its best
earnings in six years for the period
ending June 31 and he expects the
picture to look even better in 2008.
"The markets, worldwide, are
strong right now. We can sell
everything we can make," he said.
During the 2007 fiscal year, the
company earned $30.1 million
compared to earnings of $2.0
million in 2006.
Net sales for fiscal, year 2007
were $769 million, 5.6 percent
above the $728 million achieved in
the prior year.
"We continue to generate strong
cash flow. We have focused hard
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'Frivolous suits cost taxpayers
Amid questions of intimidation
and "frivolous suits," the Taylor
County Commission agreed
Tuesday to pay the legal fees for
Commissioner Clay Bethea as well
as former Taylor County Planning
Board members Bryan Bethea and
Kevin Guenthner in the defense
against three recently dismissed
Attorney Bill Blue, who
represented the three officials,
asked the county to pay the fees,
totaling "$14,512, per a
indemnification policy adopted by
the commission earlier this year.
Commissioner Rudolph Parker
began discussions by saying "it
was right" that the county cover
"I won't judge the motives," he
said of the complaints. "It seems to
me the cost of litigation in cases
such as this should be borne by the
party which loses the case."
"I think we should pay it,"
Parker said. "If possible, I would to
see us try to recoup these costs."
Commission Chairman Malcolm
Page added that the county's
legislative delegation would be
here Aug. 30 and suggested that
those who felt that the law should
be changed (as to defense costs of
ethics complaints) could discuss
the issue with their representatives.
Parker motioned to pay Blue's
bill for the Clay Bethea complaint;
County Commissioner Patterson
seconded. Clay Bethea abstained
from voting and the measure
Parker also motioned to pay the
costs for Bryan Bethea and
Guenthner with County
Commissioner Mark Wiggins
seconding each. Clay Bethea
abstained from the first vote
because Bryan Bethea is his
cousin. He likewise abstained from
the third vote in what he called "an
abundance of caution" since
Guenthner works for the same
company as he does, Buckeye.
Blue thanked the commissioners
for paying the costs, adding that
he felt the board should look into
ways to assess those costs on the
losing parties in such cases. He
added that due to prior experience
with the Commission on Ethics, he
was not attempting to recoup the
costs through them.
Diane Whitfield, who filed the
complaint against Clay Bethea,
then addressed the board.
"I wasn't aware that I was
entering a lawsuit but... filing a
complaint. I hate to see any citizen
in this room or in this community
feel intimidated that they could not
file a complaint," she said. "There
is an ethics commission of very
smart people and attorneys that
makes a decision."
She said she looked at the law
and the forms supplied by the
Commission on Ethics.
"To a plain old citizen, it looked
like my community needed to pay
attention to those forms and those
opportunities. I realize we're small,
but that doesn't excuse us from
knowing or trying to work through
"The only motive a person can
possibly have is to make their
community one we can be proud
of," Whitfield said.
"You think that's the only motive
a person can have?" Parker asked.
"I disagree with you.
"I'm also concerned about
intimidation," he said. "What I'm
concerned about is frivolous suits
trying to intimidate the people that
are working for this county for
At that point, Page called for a
recess in the meeting, ending the
According to a Thursday report
in the Tallahassee Democrat,
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Living ............... A-4
Sports ............... A-6
Religion .............. A-7
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A-2 Perry L Tal
News-Heraldi Let's Talk
August 24-25, 2007 -
Let's no to the store ... .
Many years before ,,
paved streets, businesses "'
flourished in the area '." : ,- l
that was to become
Perry's bustling downtown ,' ,
,district. The photos here
.show men gathered on
=dirt roads which ran by
-stores owned by a Mr. '
=Faulkner and J.J. Gornto, ,,
: respectively.. The. photos,
=courtesy of the Florida J.. w,,
'State Archives, are dated a
-around the early 1900s. f
August 10, 1972
WHO WILL YOU VOTE FOR?
Jim Bodiford, Roland Jones
(with Mrs. Jones) and Maurice
Linton were pictured prominently
on front page, as the three
candidates for sheriff, who were
hosted for dinner by the Perry
Sport-Craft, Inc., was busy with
preparations to welcome 400
dealers and their wives to the
fourth annual Dealer Boat Show.
Guests of honor would also
include Miss Florida Suzanne
Charles of Miami and former Gov.
Claude Kirk. A special saltwater
fishing tournament was planned
along with a hoedown and also a
Perry Jaycee President Roger
Batchelor, his son David and a
friend, Shawn Knight, had an
enjoyable' day fishing on the
Fenholloway River until they
attempted, to return 'around 5:30
p.m. The tide was out when they
reached the mouth of the river, and
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"it was so choked with sand that
we couldn't get through." The
three pushed the boat as far as they
could, and then decided to wait on
the tide. The tide came in around 9
p.m. and the three started back, but
had no flashlight. They soon
noticed the motor "bottomed out"
and they had somehow entered a
slough off the main river where
they ran aground. They decided to
wait for daylight to attempt their
In the meantime, Brince Hendry
and Ralph Smith set out with a
light in search of the three, and
were soon joined by Bill Adams,
Larry Hayden, John Knowles and
members of the Perry Big Bend
Batchelor spotted Hendry's boat
light about 11:30 p.m. and pulled
anchor to go meet him and Smith.
They two assured them they could
find the channel and lead Batchelor
and the boys home.
"And the next thing I knew, we
were out in the gulf," said
Batchelor. "Finally some other
guys came out" and both the boats
were found by James Smith "who
had a real strong light." They
followed him, reaching. the dock
by 3:45 a.m.
The newspaper reported that the
three had no ill effects from the
adventure. "We had plenty to eat,"
said Batchelor, "cold drinks, ice,
water and some chicken which we
finished about 8:30."
Were the boys frightened? "No,"
he said, "in fact, they thought it
A Taylor County pioneer, Tom
Abdoo, died while visiting
relatives in his birthplace of Zahle,
Lebanon. The news of his death
was announced by City
Councilman Joe Nola who was
NO INCREASE IN
Taylor County Tax Assessor A.J.
Ezell announced that, for the
second consecutive year, there
would be no increase in 1972
There was no opposition.
SEEKS RATE INCREASE.
The top story in'this edition
announced an Aug." 29 public
hearing before the Florida Public
Service Commission, to consider
Gulf Telephone's application for a
rate increase. General Manager
E.L. Cox Jr. pointed out that the
local company had not applied to
raise rates in 11 years. Base
service was currently $6.50, and
the increase would make it $9.
Large photographs 'and articles
declared the nuptials of Linda
Kinsey and Harvey Raulerson, and
also the wedding of Jennie Young
and Terry Vann. The Rev. and Mrs.
James Cannon announced the
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Wanda, to Frances
Mathes of Greenville.
MEET THE 1972
Coach Glynn Watts shared "a
number of interesting facts" about
the 1972 team with sports page
readers. Watts said:
The Bulldogs' smallest player
is Ronnie Jones who weighs only
130 pounds and is 5'7"; the largest
player is James Campbell who is
62" and 270 pounds.
The team is largely a team a
seniors, with 23 in the line-up,
accompanied by nine juniors and
The team boasts three Ratliffs
and one set of twins. The Ratliffs
are Glenn and Sebring (brothers),
and Joey. The twins are Joe and
There are also three Mikes:
Massey, Spradley and .Giddens;
two Glenns, Kemp and Ratliff;
two Jameses, Campbell and
Hightower; two Johns,
Wigglesworth and Garner; two
Thomases, Sneed and Wiley; and
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For two weeks in June and July I left the daily routine..,
for a vacation. It was as near perfect as I had wished for...
No longer was I tied to daily chores that refuse to leave,,.:
me alone. All that lay before me was 14 of 24 hours that :,
I didn't need to follow a schedule nor be any particular. ,
place at any given time. As I said it was near perfect. ::
The anticipation I experienced was childlike as the
plane lifted off from Jacksonville to carry my family and; ,:
me 3,000 miles across America to the state of
Washington in just six incredible hours. As visions of ....
pioneers making this same crossing danced in my head I
was thankful the good Lord chose to have me born in th6'-
20th century. After an overnight stay with one of my-
favorite nieces, Carol Tedder Brown and husband
traveled the short
distance to my
brother Bob's house
in Longview. At our
arrival the entire
have heard the
shouts of joy as
Bobby and s
the door to their .
house and their r
hearts to welcome i
It felt like "coming
home" even though
it was miles from e .
our home. Never
before had I realized The Leggett family
the saying, "Home is where the heart is" was so true. At"'
that moment my heart was at my big brother's house and:
it was just where I wanted to be. I'm sure it ha-
something to do with the fact that he has held my heart
securely in his hands from the moment I was born. Being-:..
the oldest of the Leggett siblings, and with me arriving at:
the number four slot, Bobby was called to baby-sitting-
duty most of the time. From the stories that are told
about the relationship, it was a willing situation on both
our parts and it forged a bond that has lasted more than"'
60 years. I love my big brother, he is my hero and one of'
the'leepers of my childhood memories. One" of th6I."`'
memories, although I was too young to recall it myself,'"
was the time some of Bobby's friends were enticing him
to ditch me and hang out with them. The story is they(
teased him unmercifully about being a sissy that-'
changed diapers. That was pretty close to fighting words:"
for a teenage boy of the 1940's. I can appreciate the
struggle that ensued as he looked from the tiny little face:
of ,responsibility to the carefree call of his friends.
Somehow the tug that connected our heartstrings made
the song of responsibility the winner. With pride in hies
voice he announced, "Catch you later, boys, my sistehi'
needs me now." '
I can only imagine the amount, of times Bobby chosen
me over other activities. He's never complained. If the'
subjectt comes up. Bobby laughs and relates some of m:'
antics and how he was able to handle them. When I see'
the gleam of mischief sparkle in his eyes I move the--:
conversation to safer ground, namely away from me and:
The year I turned six Bobby had the good sense to
marry one of Taylor County's beauties, Geraldine Gunter.:
'Much to my good fortune, she also took me under her
wing.. She moved into the spot in my heart occupied by e
Bobby and continues to share that spot to this day. The
remainder of my days as a child in Taylor County are all
tied up with Bobby and Geraldine. Trips t6 the beaches,
rides to get ice cream, dinners at their house, happy
times. One particular time stands out. Bobby joined the
Marines and was stationed in Homestead. Somehow I
was elected to go spend some of my summer vacation
with them. I must have been eight or nine. Up until then
my travel never included cities. With big-eyed wonder I
watched from the car as we passed through busy cities
enroute to Homestead. I loved every minute of it as Bobby
and Geraldine expanded my horizon to include things
that Taylor County didn't offer at the time. -
My time spent with them this summer was much the
same. With the same generosity they opened up their-"
home and hearts to me and my family to once again
broaden my horizon. We explored all the wonder that the
state of Washington offers. Mt. St. Helen continues to
spew smoke from its crater, Mt. Hood gave us a chance-
to play in snow in July and we stood on the shore of the
Pacific Ocean to watch the whales migrating north. And,.
even though the Leggetts' live far from where they grew
up, the food and
....l was as Southern.
c .as you could wish
AsI said, it was
I L- without a doubt
vacation. I think
one thing that
made it so perfect,
other than the :
company, was the :
total disregard for El
structured time. A=
"' clock is a stern :
taskmaster always 5
propelling us to
Delores wth her big brother Bobby. haste. When we
refuse to obey the nagging, prodding authority of clocks
we are pleasantly surprised to discover family and
friends and long strolls down a road just to see what's
there. You know what I mean...it's like childhood returns
for a visit.
A-3 Perry News-Herald August 17-18, 2007
!CITY they seemed
iritinued from page 1 was report
Qdritn story indic
gloyers, Taylor Correctional paid the
MIrtitute (TCI) and Buckeye, everything
ygild bear the brunt of the water the city's
rate increase, which would AlphonsoE
generate some $291,052 for the "It's nob
city's bottom line. that the r
TCI would face increased fees of below whi
around $120,000 next year; Ketring sai
Bu.keye, $54,000 annually. "I don't
"In my discussion with a city to take
representative from Buckeye, he them with
indicated that they are willing to we should
pay their fair share. I believe we that would
can move forward with adopting and figure
the -new water rate schedule and additional
still 'leave the door open for any Everett sai
higher capacity user to come to the "Both B
city and negotiate their rate," gave ever
Mayor Emily Ketring said. willing to
"1- have also talked with that they
representatives from Buckeye and subsidized
Tips from coi
credited for tl
"THIEVES "If it h
C inued from page 1 seemed ou
jbb-on, this. They displayed great have been
ini'istigative skills and were able suspects.
toEsuccessfully arrest a burglary "Anyone
aspect. It was also a great information
example of the cooperation contact lead
between the sheriffs office and the Ben Flowe
police department," Cruse said. anyone wl
Continued from page 1
on reducing our debt," he said.
Crowe said the company
reduced debt $76 million last year
and has reduced it from $701
- million in-S002449 -145 miliop 1I0
EFley Site Manager Howard
Drew reported that both Taylor
County mills are currently sold out
and are .maintaining record low
He also said Foley spent $28
million on capital improvements
last year and projects spending
$34.5 million this year and more
than $40 million each in the two
Much of the capital spending
over the next several years will be
related to Buckeye's previously
announced green energy plan.
businesses face sewer rate hikes
ed upset with the way it
ed in the news. I felt the
cated that if everyone
ir fair share, then
would be okay (with
body's fault but our own
ate they are paying is
iat our actual costs are,"
know if it is fair for the
one giant leap and slam
a rate increase. I think
look at setting up a scale
take then up to that rate
out how to absorb the
cost," Councilman Doug
y indication they were
pay their fair share and
'didn't want to be
by the city," Ketring
"To be good stewards to our
business community, we need to
look at the impact on them. We
need to take actions that apply to
being pro-business," Everett said.
"If you look, Buckeye's tax bill
is set to go down by about
$244,000 next year," City Manager
Bob Brown noted.
"The city should not expect to
just go in there and grab whatever
they are saving," Everett said.
Businesses should also be aware
that if the new sewer rate schedule
is adjusted, they face increased
bills in the coming year, he
The proposed sewer rates would
generate an additional $209,504.
Only $55,000 of that figure would
come from households; the
remainder would be brought in
from commercial accounts.
he 2 theft arrests
ad not been for, two unoccupied building to check and
killing when. something make sure the wiring has not been
t of place, we wouldn't tampered with. If it has, contact us
able to apprehend these or the sheriffs office (if the
building is located in the county),"
with additional Cruse aid.
n about the case may The truck was impounded, along
d investigator Detective with the copper wiring, which had
ers. We also encourage a value numbering into the
ho owns a .vacant or thousands of dollars.
Need Cash for those
"That's a chu
"I don't recoil
nk of money,"
at all from the
service rates proposed. Residents
are saving significant money on
their ad valorem taxes," Cook said.
The council will hold additional;
budget talks next Tuesday during
its regular monthly meeting.
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All music lovers welcome to carol with us as we prepare a production
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ones! Must commit to weekly rehearsals beginning in September, and two
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Opera appreciation offered
for 'personal enrichment'
. North Florida Community
College's Community Education
department kicks off fall classes
for personal enrichment this month
with "A.Night at the Opera" led by
Tobias Mostel. Mostel is a
nationally known musician,
painter, stage manager, lecturer,
ceramics artist and teacher of
Opera appreciation, music, drama,
art, French, piano and voice.
The first class is Tuesday, Aug.
il, / !
28, at NFCC's Building 13, Room
143. Classes are from 7 9 p.m.
and are scheduled each Tuesday
evening, Aug. 28 Oct. 9. Students
must register by Aug. 24. The fee
Mostel, the son of the late Zero
Mostel, a famous actor and
comedian, grew up around the
He studied communications and
anthropology at the New School
and New York University. Along
with his busy schedule performing
and exhibiting his paintings jmnd
ceramic art, Mostel teaches opera
appreciation. He is a member of
the Valdosta State University
Chorus and staff accompanist at
NFCC is offering a wide variety
of Community Education courses
this fall and throughout the year.
For more information or to'
register for Mostel's class, call
NFCC Community Education
Coordinator Suzie Godfrey at
(850)-973-9453 or e-mail her at
For a complete list of
Community Education courses,
please visit www.nfcc.edu. Look
for the keyword, Community
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Levingston
A-4 Perry News-Herald August 24-25, 2007
Walter "Lavern" Levingston aidh
Virginia "Ginger" Thames Pickle'"'
exchanged wedding vows on June
1, 2007, in a six o'clock ceremony
at the Catholic Parish Hall.
Katherine P. Boening of Graiid
Rapids, Mich., was her mother's.
r matron of honor. Traci M. Pickles,
also a daughter of the bride, served
as bridesmaid. .. ,
The groom's best man was his"
E brother, Wesley L. Levingston.of
Woodville. His brother, William -.
L. Levingston'Jr. of Perry, served "
as a groomsman.
Chadwick K. Pickles of
Tallahassee, son of the bride, gave
his mother in marriage. L..
A reception followed in ihe
Parish Hall, before the couple
departed for a honeymoon in
Dylan Touchton and Ciera Mathis of Perry announce the birth of their
daughter, Kerslee Lynn Touchton, on July 29, 2007, at 9:52 am. in
Tallahassee Regional Hospital. She weighed 6 pounds, 5 ounces and was
19.75 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Eddie and Shannon Mathis. Maternal great
grandparents,are Louise Blue, the late Sam Blue, and the late Thomas E.
and Esmer Mathis.
Paternal grandparents are Katie Touchton, and Pat and Sandra Touchton.
Paternal great grandparents are Curtis and Esther Jackson, Maurice
Touchton and the late Wanda Touchton.
Tobias Mostel will kick off the fall season at NFCC
- Shanna Smith and -Alan Dodimead remind friends andFelativs iof their
wedding on Saturday, Aug. 25, at 4 p.m. in the First Presbyterian Church
of Perry. A reception will follow.
34th Carlton reunion set
The 34th annual Thomas Lee Carlton Family Reunion will be held
$aturday, Sept. 1, at the Perry First Church of God located at 1915 U.S.
Family members and friends are encouraged to gather at,10:30 a.m. for
fellowship;, a 12:30 p.m. lunch is slated. Everyone is asked to bring food
to share, along with your family's favorite beverage ("tea, soft drinks,
lemonade and such"). Announcements will be shared following lunch
When the traditional Carlton Auction is held.
For additional information, please contact DavidCarlton at (850) 933-
2832 or Jeannie Carlton (850) 933-5740.
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Beth and Bry Freeman
announce the birth of their son,
Brett Alec, on July 19, 2007, at
3:16 p.m, in Tallahassee Memorial
The new arrival weighed 6
pounds, 10 ounces and was 19.25
- 'Maternal grandparents are
Barry Denison of Perry and the
late Jan Denison. Great
grandmother is Alta VanHoorne of
Paternal grandparents are Billy
and Debbie Freeman of Perry.
815 Wqst Bay .
Views from the End of the Street F
by Mary Lou Whitfield j
This collection of newspaper
Brett Alec Freeman
columns encompasses nearly fifty
years of writing for Perry's first
lady of prose. Many of the articles
record historical events, people and
places that would otherwise be lost
to time. Indexed to make finding '
family references and historical b,
notes easy, this book is not only a Mary Lou Whirfleld
pleasurable read, but a volume '.l i
that will take its place as a .''/ "'
,reference for Taylor County history.
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Jennifer Mosley and Jim Bray of Perry announce the birth of thfi ''
daughter, Kaylynn Suzanne Bray, on Aug. 1, 2007, at 1:44 p.m.' in
Gainesville. She weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces and was 18.25 inches long'.-,
Maternal grandparents are Ralph and Susan Mosley. Jessie Mae Mosley,..
is the baby's maternal great grandmother.
The baby's paternal grandfather is William Bray, and. her paternal great.-:,
grandmother is Miriam Morris.
Kaylynn Suzanne was welcomed home by her brother, Cameron,
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A-5 Perry News-Herald August 24-25, 2007
Meetings dominated by special interests?
Continued from page 1
Whitfield along with fellow Taylor
County residents Gale Dickert and
Carble Taitt addressed the
Commission on Open Government
Wednesday saying that people
filing complaints to the '
Commission on Ethics were being.
intimidated or threatened claims
for legal fees if they lose.
They also stated that while many
people would show up to local
government meetings, only
speciall interests" would be
allowed to speak, according to the
The Florida Commission on
Ethics dismissed the three
complaints in question in July
during hearings held in
Whitfield filed the complaint
against Clay Bethea on Dec. 20,
alleging he violated state nepotism
laws when his cousin, Bryan
Bethea, was appointed to the
Taylor County Planning Board in
According to a release from the
Ethics Commission, it was
'W hy would you file
this many complaints
against public officials,
and then not even bother
to attend the hearings
which were publicly
"determined that because Bethea
sought the advice of counsel prior
to the appointment of his first
cousin to the planning board, took
no affirmative action to make the
appointment, and abstained from
the vote for the appointment, the
public interest would not be served
by further proceedings on the
Whitfield declined comment at
the time about her complaint's
dismissal, but added, "I want our
community to be the best it can
The other two complaints
against planning board members
Bryan Bethea and Guenthner were
filed by Rebecca Edwards and
Taitt respectively, alleged a
conflict of interest existed when
they voted on two .comprehensive
plan amendments pertaining to the
Taylor Energy Center (TEC).
The energy consortium behind
the proposed power plant had a
contract in place to purchase a
3,000-acre site partially owned by
Buckeye, Which employs both
planning board members.
According to the Commission
on Ethics, "probable cause was
found to believe that Kevin
Guenthner and Bryan Bethea,
Taylor County Planning Board
members, had voting conflicts
when they voted on a measure
which inured to the special private
gain or loss of their employer or a
parent organization or subsidiary
of their employer. Probable cause
also was found to believe that they
participated in discussion of a
measure which inured to the
special private gain or loss of their
employer or parent organization or
subsidiary of their employer,
without first disclosing their
interest as required by law.
However, because they each
obtained the advice of counsel
prior to the vote and they are no
longer serving on the board, the
commissioner will take no further
action on these complaints," the
"The commission dismissed
these two cases because there was
no intent on the part of either
individual to violate ethics rules,
and they had sought and obtained
legal advice .prior to their votes
indicating no conflict existed," said
"None of the judges in these
I want our
community to be
the best it can be.'
cases felt that any of the
complaints had enough merit to
justify a trial," he continued. "-As
far as I know, in the five cases that
I have handled only one of the
litigants appeared at any of the
hearings that were held and then it
was only after the case was
dismissed, and the litigant wanted
to 'know if the commission was
going to penalize him for the fees
and costs spent defending the
case," he continued.
"Why would you file this many
complaints against public officials,
and then not even bother to attend
the hearings which were publicly
noticed?" he asked.
Author to speak Monday
The Friends of the Taylor County
Public Library will host author Pierce
Kelley Monday, Aug. 27,,at 5:30 p.m.
at the library. Kelley, who lives in
Cedar Key and works for Three River
Legal Services, has three non-fiction
books, a collection of short stories
and four novels. The program is free
and open to the public.
Hospital board will
Issues on Tuesday
Continued from page 1
a three-year EMS contract with the
Commission Chairman Malcolm
Page said he was willing to
consider giving the hospital the
reinaining funds since it was
already in the budget.
During discussions, it was
ragaled that while the
iiimission approved the EMS
contract, the DMH board never
Signed it, requesting that the
language be changed from three
years to one year.'
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commissioners agreed to talk the
possibility of creating a "business
development" contract at a joint
workshop between the
commission and the DMH board
Bethea then made a motion to
turn over the $214,000, contingent
to the DMH board agreeing to a
three-year EMS contract which
keeps the current payment system
intact. Commissioner Mark
Wiggins seconded and the measure
Darcy also invited
commissioners to take part in
upcoming strategic planning
sessions for the hospital.
He said that he hopes to have a
one-year plan developed by the
end of September and a five-year,
long-term plan later.
"I look forward to developing
the-dialogue," Darey said.
The immediate priorities for
DMH are physician recruitment,
i w' replacing aging equipment,
.. ,improving" the hospital's
profitability, developing physician
relations, establishing community
partnerships and increasing staff
development, he said.
Physician recruitment is
expensive, he explained, with
recruiters charging some $25,000
each. That investment, however,
Swill pay off, he added.
t "Physicians create their own
demand. It's money well spent and
S Charles Darcy the dividends will pay off in
po triplicate," Darcy said.
Parsons also asked whether the "W8 have some aging
Niard would be willing to give equipment," he continued. "We're
-dishospital the full $300,000 up not going to be able to service our
frqut at the start of each fiscal patients if we don't have the best
,eoar.a CT and the, best MRI and the
;Zommissioner Clay Bethea technology to keep up with our
s&jected to the proposal, saying competitors both within Taylor
bat the agreement between the County and surrounding counties."
untye and hospital was for the Another idea Darcy hopes to
Runty to make EMS "whole and develop. in the future is a DMH
fl $25,000 is a supplement if Foundation, to which members of
ity're not made whole." the community could make
:.He also did not agree with donations to help the hospital in
giving the EMS subsidy up front to the future.
used at the hospital for other "This wasn't to present a detailed
purposes. strategic plan," he said. "It's really
:"What I don't want to confuse is, to come here to create a dialogue
there's EMS and then there's the and solicit responses and questions
Vispital," Bethea said. "If we need and have you participate in the
i subsidize the hospital, and that's beginning ,of this process rather
what you're asking for, a subsidy than coming here and laying it all
fthe hospital, I want to keep this out. We want to create feedback
bofitract whole and then I want to from you."
lhae another contract where we're Page said he appreciated the
subsidizing the hospital invitation for a joint meeting and
'That's good accounting. In was looking forward to the
pther words, where is the money dialogue.
g ing and why is it going there? "We look forward with working
,When the person up here fiveyears with you," Page said.
from now sees this, he will think When asked Thursday, Darcy
that's what it costs to run EMS. No, said the contract issue will be
that's not what it costs." addressed by the DMH board at its
After further discussion, Aug. 28 meeting.
Weather, convention reports
make the headlines in 1972
QCbotinued from page 2
'twc Eddies, Borklund and Aaron.
i' HOW'S THE WEATHER?
In August of 1972, long before
,anybody blamed global warming,
:the thermometer had reached 99 in
:Aug. 5, there were 75 wildfires
and only .41 inches of rain had
Barbara Jo Burns, 17, was
pictured in this edition. Burns was
one of 3000 young people selected
to attend the Republican National
Convention in Miami Aug. 21-23.
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Health Department Wednesday, Aug. 29.
The luncheon meetings will continue every Wednesday at noon through
The seven-session program supports participants through the stages of
"thinking about quitting,, wanting to quit, quit day and staying off."
The "freedom" program is sponsored by Doctors' Memorial Hospital,
the health department and the Healthy Start Coalition of Jefferson, ;
Madison and Taylor counties.
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___ Fishing Report
he fishing is hot
BY PAT MCGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Trout fishing was slow for
some, but outstanding for others
over the past week as evidenced by
the following reports.
Jesse and Wilson Paulk fished a
couple of hours on Aug. 17 to
land-one keeper trout and one 19
Wayne Saylor and Teddy
Fletcher of Sycamore, Ga., had 10
trout from 9-10 feet of water on
Sunday fishing with live pinfish
under Cajuns and Berkley Gulp in
the New Penny color bounced on
Keith and Mary Anderson of
Valdosta, Ga., fished with Josh
and Holly Maul of Richmond
Hill, Ga., and brought in four
trout with one over 20 and one 19
inches long while fishing in 7.5
feet of water with 3-inch New
Penny Gulp shrimp.
Cal Beanblossom took Scott
and Davis Jones, all of Sylvester,
Ga., out along with Randy Davis
: of Ashburn, Ga., and they brought
back 20 trout and four reds
Saturday. August 18th. Cal was
fishing live pinfish under Cajun
Thunders in 5 7 feet of water.
A school of more than 100 reds
showed up in 6.5 feet of water,
while they were trout fishing, 4nd
it is not
they got four real quick! Cal said
they lost a fish over 8
pounds..something about a man
bringing a rod with some #^+)( !
braid to fish with? Apparently the
braid wouldn't give or the line was
buried inside itself (as braid is
want to do on a casting outfit) or
the drag was too much for the
.huge fish and, in any event, he
tore off the hook.. close to the
boat ...in short order.
The TripleFish Fishing Team
(consisting of Ben Barbee of
Sylvester, Ga., Billy Pillow and I
) on the Woods 'N Water 29-foot
Triton went to 90 feet of water,
Friday Night and brought back a
limit of black snapper to five
Thanks to our HydroGlow Light
and 40-pound TripleFish
Fluorocarbon leaders fished on
TripleFish 40-pound Perlon
Camo line. We fished live pinfish
and live squid (caught under the
HydroGlow Light) to land our
mangos. We would also like to
thank the NOAA people for their
usual lies about the seas and the
Scallopers continue to limit out
with minimum effort.
Remember to Fly Your DIVE
Flags! It's The LAW!
22 Miles South of Perry, FL on the Taylor County Coast
A-6 Perry News-Herald August 24-25, 2007
'Dogs 4 short for
The Taylor County High football team will be short four starters
tonight due to medical reasons for their fall jamboree game at Newberry.
"It just didn't make sense to try to play them in a game that doesn't
count towards our record. I want them all ready for next week's game
against Wakulla," Bulldog Head Coach Price Harris said.
The coach said he will bring up several players from the junior varsity
team to help fill in the gaps.
"It will give those kids a chance to get some varisty experience plus
rest bur playersthat need to get well," he said.
Kickoff for tonight's game in Newberry is set for 7:30 p.m.
No CWD deer in Florida
After extensive testing, the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
has not found any evidence of
chronic wasting disease (CWD) in
the state's white-tailed deer
The FWC tested 636 free-
ranging deer during the past year
and more than 3,000 deer during
the past five years, with no CWD-
FWC's wildlife veterinarian Dr.
Mark Cunningham said, "While
we can never say that Florida is
entirely free of the disease without
testing every deer, this sample size
gives us very high confidence that
if CWD is present in Florida, it is
to host fish fry
The Aucilla Christian Academy
Booster Club will hold a benefit
fish fry every Tuesday throughout
the football season.
Plates are $7 each and may be
picked up at the football field each
Tuesday beginning at 6:30 p.m.
One More Cast
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i Bait, Tackle, Ice, Boat Lift, Beer,
Gas, Soft Drinks, Groceries,
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RV HOOKUPS also available.
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at low levels. However, even low
numbers of CWD-positive deer
would be cause for concern, so we
plan to continue testing for the
CWD is a contagious
neurological disease that has been
found in captive and wild herds of -
mule deer, white-tailed deer and
Rocky Mountain elk within
several Midwestern and Western
states. The disease causes
degeneration of the brains of
infected animals, resulting in
emaciation, abnormal behavior,
loss of bodily functions and death.
The Frucon team consisting of Dick Jarvis, Joey Jarvis,::'
Marcus Spradley and Matt Cruce won the Taylor Elite Benefit-
Golf Scramble last month. Second place with to the CDI team'
of Marvin Brooks, Michael Allbritton, Reggie Wentworth'-
and Kyle Brooks. .::-
To our favorite boy...
A happy birthday,
we couldn't love you more
On August 27th you'll be turning
- "- We wudge you!
Mama & Joey, Maw-Maw, Poppy,
MeMe & JoJo, Uncle Mikey & Erika
STi de Tables -
NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE
The Board of County Commissioners of Taylor County, Florida, proposes to consider a
Stipulated Settlement Agreement to change the use of land within the area-shown on the map
below; by amending the text of the Taylor County Comprehensive Plan, hereinafter referred
to as the Comprehensive Plan, pursuant to a Notice of Finding of Noncompliance issued by
the Florida Department of Community Affairs on April 11, 2006.
The Stipulated Settlement Agreement, DOAH Case No. 06-1537GM, would result in.an
amendment to the Future Land Use Element of the Comprehensive Plan by amending Policy
1.3.2(e), requiring the use of performance based septic systems in coastal high hazard areas,
Policy 1.1.9, prohibiting residential density transfer from sovereign submerged lands, and
Policy 1.1.10, conducting a comprehensive planning analysis of the coastal high hazard area,
and to the Coastal Management Element of the Comprehensive Plan by amending Policy
IX.6.5 concerning limiting residential density to 12 units per acre'for areas served by both
community or public water and sanitary sewer systems in the designated urban development
areas within the coastal high hazard area .
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
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A public hearing concerning the approval of the Stipulated Settlement Agreement will be
held on September 18, 2007 at 6:10 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in
the Jerkins Commudity Center located at 1201 Martin Luther King Avenue, Perry, Florida
The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested party shall
be advised that the date, time and place of any continuation of the public hearing shall be
announced during the public hearing and that no further notices concerning the matter will be
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested persons may appear and be heard with
respect to the Stipulated Settlement Agreement on the date, time and place as referenced
Copies of the Stipulated Settlement Agreement are available for public inspection at the-
Office of the County Administrator, Administrative Complex, located at 201 East Green Street,
Perry, Florida, during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decision made at the public hearing,
they will need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.
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Sullivan to speak at Lakeside
Sullivan to speak at Lakeside
Dr. John Sullivan, executive director and treasurer of the Florida Baptist
Convention, will speak at Lakeside Baptist Church on Sunday, Aug. 26,
for-morning and evening services. The public is invited.
Morning, evening Bible studies set
Three Precept Bible studies are forming, and interested persons are
encouraged to participate.
A night class, led by Ena Reed, will focus on a three-week study of Ruth
beginning Monday, Aug. 27, at 7 p.m. in St. John's Christian Fellowship
onlPuckett Road. All ladies are invited.
Eight-week studies of I Samuel are 'also being offered, with morning and
evening classes available. The Tuesday morning group will begin meeting
onl Sept. 18 at 405 Glenridge Road (the Maddox home) with Melody
Greene as the leader. A nursery will be provided for pre-school age
children at First Baptist Church. Greene can be contacted at 584;7619.
-The same study will be held on Monday evenings beginning Sept. 24,
again at St. John's Christian Fellowship with Reed as the leader. No
misery is available for this class, but all ladies are invited. For details,
please contact Reed at 584-5718.
-o Johnny Ray Gurr
3Tohnny Ray Gurr, age 38, died at
his" home on Wednesday, Aug. 22,
2007. He was a native and lifelong
resident of Taylor County.
He was preceded in death by his
father, Joseph H. Gurr, and his
grandmother, Norma Lynch.
Survivors include: his mother,
Japice J. Gurr; a brother, Mickey
Ggrr and, his fiancee, Heidi
Denmark; a sister Shelby Gibson
Cards of Thanks
,The family of Sherry L. Sadler
wjuld like to thank everyone for
their prayers, plone calls, foods,
flowers, visits, donations, and
their personal concerns in the time
of:our great loss.
A' special thank you to Bums
Fi.peral Home, Bro. Herbie and
Si$. Esther High, the members of
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and husband, Guy, all of Perry; as
well a host of aunts, uncles,
cousins and friends.
Funeral services will be held at 4
p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 25, at Joe P.
Burns Funeral Home with
interment following at Spring
Warrior Church of Christ
Cemetery. Family members will
receive friends Friday evening
from 6 until 8 at Burns Funeral
the Westside Baptist Church, the
Charity Church, Spring Warrior
Church of Christ, Antioch Church,
and all her friends at T.C.I. We
wouldn't have been able to get
through this difficult time without
all our family and friends. Thank
you all very much and may God
bless you all.
Ronnie, Haley, James, Sherry
and the entire Sadler Family
Revival continues through Sunday
Solid Rock Apostolic Ministries, located at 1780 N. Jefferson St., will
hold revival services Aug. 22-26 at 6:30 p.m., sponsored by Kingdom
United Global Assemblies, Inc.
Guest speakers will include: Apostle Leonard Cohen of In His Presence
Cathedral of Praise in Tallahassee, Prophet Lorenzo Green of Cutting Edge
Ministries, Inc., in Columbus, Ga., and Prophet Jessie Murray of Eagle
Eye Ministries of Tallahassee.
For questions, please contact the chuch at 838-3908.
Community honors Johnson Aug. 25
Community churches will gather to honor Freddie Johnson for 38 years
of music ministry on Saturday, Aug. 25, from 4 until 8 p.m. at Loughridge
Park. Everyone is encouraged to attend.
Ridgeway invites all to revival
The House of Deliverance, located at 404 W. Bacon St., will hold revival
services Aug. 25-26, with services Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 11
a.m. Guest pastor will be Randy Philon of Silas, Ala. Host pastor is Ivory
Ridgeway of Perry and he invites everyone to attend.
Prophecy conference planned Sunday
Evangelist Al Gist of Maranatha Evangelistic Ministries in Longville,
La.,will be the guest speaker at a prophecy conference starting this Sunday,
Aug. 26, at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church.
Morning services will begin at 11 a.m.; evening services, at 6 p.m.
The conference will continue through Wednesday, Aug. 29, at 7 p.m.
/ St, Johns Christian .
Sunday School 10-00 a.m. Tuesday 7-00 p.m.
Morning Worship 11:00a,rn. StudylPrayer Meeting
Nursery and Children's Ministry Provided
(located at the intersection of.Puckett Rd. and Golf Course Rd.).
Mark McElfresh, pastor 584-7251
Ash Street *
CHURCH OF CHRIST
601 West Ash Street
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship 10:45 a.m.
Wed. Bible Class
Church Ph: 584-6155
Carl Desmartin: 223-3210
Ina ,Lee BOwden passed away in Orange Park Memorial Hospital
on 8/13/07 due to a series of long illnesses, she was 84 years old.
Nina was proceeded by her husband
.Leroy M. Bowden, Sr. and son Van Tyrone
Bowden. The Bowden family owned and
operated a number of businesses in Perry
over the past years, ,a restaurant, grocery
store, gas stations, and a fishing camp,
the last was Bowden's 98 Grocery and Gas
station on SR 98. Since the death of her only
son, Van Bowden, Nina has been in Nursing
Homes due to strokes, she was in Orange
Park, Florida where she could be close to two
sisters living in Jacksonville at the time of
Nina left behind four sisters and three
brothers; Elmina Welch, Gloria Matle, Bea Both gone, butnever farfromourheas. KissMomma
Parker, Faye Fain, Mike Parker, Jimmy when she gets in Heaven. It's true, if tears made a
Parker and Richard Parker. stairway to Heaven I'd wear the steps out.
A private memorial service will be. held Always, Sonja, Bull, Joshua Sims,
ata later date for family. Craig Doster and Bea Parker
Johnny Ray Gurr
: He lived a long and blessed life. He will always be
- remembered by everyone. If you saw him around
town, he always wanted you to shake his hand.
He was blessed with good parents that raised him
_ until the end. His father was Joe Gurr (deceased);
mother, Janice Gurr; brother, Mickey Gurr; and
-. sister, Shelby Gurr Gibson. He will never be
~ forgotten. Now he's with God and his Daddy
i watching down on all of us and doing things that
he couldn't do down here.
He is loved by all and will be missed.
Please see obituary for further arrangements.
We love you, John
A-7 Perry News-Herald August 24-25, 2007
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"The People of the United Methodist Church"
302 N. Jefferson St. Perry, Fl. (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460
Rev. James Taylor, pastor nursery provided Email fumcp@'gtcom.net
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Rev. Slade Crawford, Pastor /
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Discipleship Training 6:00 pm
Programs & Bible Study for all ages!
Bring the Whole Family
Calvary Baptist Youth meet each Monday Night 6:00 pm.
All area youth are invited.
I love you. Meet me Sunday.
Our special place. I'll be waiting.
"Beloved, let us love one another, for love is of God; and
:everyone who loves is born of God and knows God. He
who does not love does not know God, for God is Love."
1 John 4:7-8
Lakeside Baptist Church
"A Place to Call Home"
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship
7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Hwy. 27 584-5688
Steven Ruff, pastor
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A-8 Perry News-Herald August 24-25, 2007
Chief Warrant Officer Ellis C: Beach has returned stateside after a tour of duty in Iraq.
while overseas, he was stationed at Camp Anaconda in Balad where he flew Chinook
helicopterss. A Taylor County High School graduate, Beach is Welcomed home by his mother,
,Iphie. Beach of Perry, along with his brothers and sisters, Clifton Beach, Coreina Thomas,
Matthew Beach, Lonzo Beach and Nathan Beach, as wdll.as niece Gina Allbritton.
| The Sons of Confederate
Veterans invite patriotic Southern
Americans to a dedication
ceremony for the only,
Confederate monument in Taylor
County Saturday, Aug. 25, at, 10
The monument is located at the
Confederate flag on Highway 19.
ceremony set Saturday
The monument pays tribute "to
the founders of the county who
fought with honor for their homes,
their neighbors and state rights."
To the lady
who picked up the
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more afraid of a world
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So, it is with boldness
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B-1 Perry News-Herald August 24-25, 2007
SOptimist donation buys fun!
This month, the Optimist Club
of Perry donated $400 to the
Steinhatchee Boys & Girls Club to
purchase'supplies and materials for
"The money was used to
purchase games, supplies, and a
10-foot water slide for the kids,"
Executive Director Kevin Kidd
Richard Feagle, who delivered
the donation said, "We (Optimists)
just wanted to do something for the
kids in Steinhatchee."
"I was so happy when the
Optimist Club wanted to do
something for Steinhatchee that I
went out the same day and
purchased things that kids had
asked for over the summer like,
footballs, board games, Frisbees
and, of course, a giant water slide,"
He also added that grant funding
for human services will begin to
shrink in the coming two to three
"As state and local governments
begin to shrink their budgets,
human service agencies in our
community will depend on the
community to provide service for
those in need. Many times the ones
to get hurt are children in extreme
rural settings like Steinhatchee.
When local individuals and
organizations go out of their way
to look out for these communities,
I think the entire community
should applaud them," Kidd said.
For information on supporting
the club, please call 838-2471.
Steinhatchee B&G Club members were all smiles waiting for their turn on the new water
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B-2 Perry News-Herald August 24-25, 2007
Thoughtful 'Ultimate Gift'
gets 2nd chance. on DVD
One of the best things about a DVD release is that it
give you a second chance to catch a movie you may have
missed during its theatrical run. When a movie is given
a small release, it is easy to miss a good movie amidst
the plethora of films thrown into theaters every week.
In the case of "The Ultimate Gift," one of the first
theatrical releases for the Fox Faith label, I knew very
little about it when it first hit theaters. I knew it was an
adaptation of the best-selling novel of the same name by
Jim Stovall (which I have not read) and I knew the basic
premise ,poiled rich
kid is tesied in order ..
to recei e li~ ', ,..'.
:grand t i her a t .
R inheritance -
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j didn't ha%\e c reja
expec.jtlions 'I r it
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like something more
suitable lor a Sunda\
special rjiher thjn a
theatrical, rela-j ed "'
mI e aw e\pecting
s t e r e o i \ p i L i
characters, stale 0
dialogue, little or no _
plot anda me e o '.'. .,
obvious ihie\ could
put it on a billboiiaJ.
After iatchilngi the
movie. ho.te\er. I cjn c ,:. m
say happily thati I a_ .%,
wrong on all counts
"The Limlinite Gilt'
opens as hilli-Inj e i 'i
Red Sieien i'me :"'.nj '
Garner pjsse- a.i .j
in the night. His
grieving la%\er. Ted
Hamilton i Bil Cobbsi )
begins to )alern familT
members and busine's es
associated of the news.
For Jason Stevens (Drew Fuller), his .grandfather's
death means one thing: money, and lots of it.
Jason, expecting a. huge windfall, meets 'with Mr.
Hamilton to settle the details. The detail, however, are
a good bit more than he was expecting.
Thanks to a vi "eo recorded before his death, Red tells
Jason that rather than a lump sum, he, left him a.series of
gifts along with directions for each. Should Jason fail at
any point along the way, he will lose it all.
As we watch Jason mull over whether to play his
grandfather's games, we- get the impression that there is
more to this than just not getting his money. Jason seems
to genuinely hate his grandfather. We don't find out why
until much later in the film.
Jason ultimately decides to' play along and travels to
Texas, where he meets Gus (Brian Dennehy), a rich
rancher and friend of his grandfather. Rather than
money, however, he finds himself being forced to wake
up before dawn and spend each day building a fence. At
first, he refuses, but after several, days he realizes he
won't receive his gift until he finishes. A month later,
however, rather than, money, he gets a plane ticket back
home and another video from his grandfather,
congratulating him on receiving the "gift of work."
From there, Jason faces a series of challenges, from
losing all of his possessions to making a friend and
surviving Thanksgiving dinner with his dysfunctional
The friend he makes is Emily (Abigail Breslin) a
precocious young girl he meets in the park. She, along
with her mother Alexia (Ali Hillis), provide the catalyst
for the beginning of Jason's transformation.
Screenwriter Cheryl McKay can be given much of the
credit for the success of "The Ultimate Gift." She was
able to condense Stovall's novel into a coherent two-
hour film and keep Jason's transformation feeling
organic rather than forced, as is' the case in many films
of this type..
A good script, however, would have amounted to
nothing without the superb acting brought forth by
director Michael 0. Sajbel and the actors themselves.
Fuller, who does
not have the
resume that some
of his colleagues
do, is able to make
Jason feel real,
rather than the
fund baby the
a character could
have been. He
subtlety that you're
never sure whether
Jason is learning
his lessons or not.
have easily phoned
this movie, but you
can tell from their
u S first scenes they
Didn't. Garner, who.
only appears in his
S U video messages to
filmed all of his
scenes in one day.
H. e made the most
Breslin shows us
that her Academy
role in "Little Miss Sunshine" was not a fluke. Although
it appears she's overacting a bit early in the film, as more
is revealed about her character, -it fits.
As the movie follows Jason's path from gift to gift, we
learn about each character to the point we care about
each of them: from Mr. Hamilton's story about how he
was hired, to Jason's trip to South America, where he
learns the fate of his father and we learn why he hates
Red so much. Everything unfolds naturally, a credit to
the novel and the screenplay.
I think the greatest achievement of "The Ultimate
Gift" was how much I cared about everyone in the filnmi
Jason, Emily and her mother, and even Red, who died
before I ever met 'him on the screen.
ft's true that this could have easily been a Sunday-
night television special, but if so I doubt it would have
received the cast, financial backing or the time it
ultimately did. Sure, films like these don't make it to
theaters very often, but that was the reason Fox Faith
and other new labels like it have been created.
Now "The Ultimate Gift" was given its second chance
Tuesday when it began its DVD release.
The Ultimate Gift is presented in widescreen with
English 5.1 Dolby Surround and English and Spanish
subtitles. Bonus features include a behind-the-scenes
featu rette with cast/crew'interviews and trailers.
The movie is rated PG for thematic elements, some
violence and language.
It's been hard lately to find a good "family" film that
the entire family can enjoy. Maybe that's this movie's
1 0 C~ALENAR FEVNS*
Tallahassee Little Theatre presents
Neil Simon's "Biloxi Blues." 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 in
September by calling the Fine Arts.
Ticket Office at 850-644-6500 or toll
free at 800-757-2146.
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. Tickets can
be purchased by calling the FSU Fine
Arts Ticket Office at 850-644-6500 or
on-line by visiting www.tickets.fsu.edu.
Saturday, Aug. 25
The Perry Opry returns to Forest
Capital State Park beginning at 7 p.m.
Fishbone Fred, The Encore Band and
more will play during the event, which
is free to the public.
Tuesday, Sept. 11
The Dave Matthews Band will perform
live'at the Stephen C. O'Connell Center
in Gainesville: Tickets are still available
from the University Box Office at 352-
392-5500 or any TicketMaster outlet
Monday, Sept. 17
The Grammy Award-winning Pointer
Sisters will perform at FSU's Ruby
Diamond 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
Friday, Sept. 21
Prepare for laughs when Comedienne
Ron White appears at the Stephen C.
O'Connell Center in Gainesville at 8
p.m. For tickets call 352-392-5500 or
It's almost time for the world
X !premiere of the locally-produced
S, C film, "County Road 14."
The red carpet event will be held
Saturday, Aug. 25, at. the
th Tallahassee Elks Lodge at 6:30
According to writer and director
Eddie Brown Jr., Def Comedy
Jam's Pierre will serve as celebrity
host and local dignitaries ard
expected to attend including Perry
Mayor Emily Ketring and
Tallahassee Mayor John Marks.
The cast and crew will also bd
onr hand and the movie will be
screened at 7:30 p.m.
The film will be shown again
Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Starplex 8:
Theater in Tallahassee.
In the film, Regina Cofax moves:
back home to Perry after her great
aunt dies in a car accident on
County Road 14.
.... She befriends Jess Williams
(Valerie Denice Jones of
S.. Jacksonville), a local deputy, and
together they try to dig deeper intci
a series of mysterious accidents.
S. n y .............. s For more information about the
The locally produced film, "County Road 14" will have its film, to watch the trailer of
-world premiere at a red carpet event Saturday, Aug. 25, at purchase tickets to the premieres
the Tallahassee Elks Lodge at 6:30 p.m., visit www.countyroadl4.com.
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The Perry Opry is back
The Perry Opry returns Saturday, Aug. 25, to Forest Capital State Park beginning Saturday,
Aug. 25, at 7 p.m. The free-admission music show will be held at the Heritage Pavilion at
Forest Capital State Park and will feature Fishbone Fred, The Encore Band and more. The event
will also be broadcast live on WPRY and on the Internet.
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B-4 Perry News-Herald August 24-25, 2007
The Perry Rotary Club recently donated fans and other items to the Taylor County Senior
Services Center. Shown above are (from.I to r): Club President Mark Viola, Daryll Gunter,
TCSSC Executive Director, Bobbie Krebbs and Evelyn Day.
Relay Rally will be held Monday at hospital
The American Cancer Society's
Relay Rally will be held Monday,
Aug. 27, at 6 p.m. at in the
Education Room of Doctors'
"This is a great time for teams to
register and for everyone to learn
more about Relay for Life," Event
Chair Jessica Turnmire said.
The community is invited to
attend and welcomed to take part
in the relay, Turnmire added.
Steinhatchee team learns
about Waterfronts Florida
By Joy King
Waterfronts Florida Orientation
was held Aug. 20-21 for the three
newest coastal communities
(Steinhatchee, Carrabelle, St.
Marks) awarded the Waterfronts
Florida Designation and the grant
funding for the 07/08 funding
Florida Department of
Community Affairs (DCA)'
employees Jennifer Carver and
Shawna Beji led the training at the
Wildwood Inn in Crawfordville.
Steinhatchee, Carrabelle and St.
Marks met to discuss the
Waterfronts Florida Partnership
and to learn how to motivate local
citizens to get involved in their
Attending were members of the
Taylor County Grants Department
and four members of the
The day's discussion revolved
around how the community should
use the Waterfronts Partnership's
assistance to develop each
community's vision and
incorporate it into the local overall
comprehensive plan of the county
and how to move forward on such
issues as water access,
revitalization of business districts
and available grant funding for
Attendees spent time on learning
the basics of visioning. They were
taught how to identify all the
stakeholders in a community from
the children to local business
owners. Through collaborative
learning, the Steinhatchee team
hopes to bring structure to the
process of local visioning, so the
community can benefit' from
various programs and grants that
are available to help revitalize their
Time was also dedicated to the
requirements of the grant funding.:
Quarterly reports and tracking
volunteer hours, as well as private
and public funding will : be
necessary for compliance with-.th:
The next Waterfronts
Steinhatchee meeting will be.,in
This meeting will be advertise,-,
in the local newspapers and;
residents of Steinhatchee .are,
invited to attend.
For more information on :-he.
Waterfronts Florida Desigfiation,-
Bluegrass pickin' set for
Sept. 1 at Otter Springs
Everyone is invited to the Suwannee Valley Bluegrass Pickin' Saturday,.
Sept. 1, at 7 p.m. at Otter Springs Resort.
"The first Saturday of each month sees some of the best bluegrass in,
North Florida come together at Otter Springs Resort Lodge," Cloud Haley
said. The event is free to the public and inside an air-conditioned building,;
"All you have to do is bring yourself on out to Otter Springs Resort arid
have a good time'and enjoy some good old time bluegrass music, ".he
For more information, call Haley at 800-990-5410 or Otter Spring;
Resort at 352-463-0800.
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At the Booking Desk
Editor's note: It is the policy of this
newspaper to run the names of all
tfiose arrested and booked at the
faylor County Jail. All those listed
below have been charged with a crime,
but :are considered innocent until
Lavasha Williams, 26, 513 W.
Dundee Street, battery/domestic, Ptl.
Jerrod Randall Pittman, 26, 5299
Bryant Russell Road, conspiracy to
offense, contraband in prison,
solicitation unlawful compensation,
Deputy Hawkins, TCSO.
Jimmy McGowan, 38, 216 N.
Peacock Ave., grand theft, grand theft
auto, theft, PtI. Johnson, PPD.
,John W. Shaw, 19, 306 E. Park
Street, VOP (trafficking in stolen
property), escape, PtI. Carlton, PPD.
. Bobby Joe Allen, 37, 865 Glenn
Cruse Road, passing worthless check,
Deputy Hawkins, TCSO.
.-Michael David Salmons, 23, 135
Airport Drive, VOP (dealing in stolen
property), Deputy Hawkins, TCSO.
Christopher M. Horne, 26, no
address given, VOP (possession of
controlled substance), Deputy Hayden,
William Dean Stephens, 38, 2395
HighWay.221 North, VOP (DWLS/R
habitual), Deputy Davis, TCSO.
Leon Robert Smith Jr., 27, 901 East
Green Street, DWLS (knowingly), Ptl.
Teresa Flowers, 35,. 203 Folsom
Street, felony retail theft, Ptl. Gorby,
Richard Michael Lollis, 41, 7963
Airport Grade, grand theft, Officer
Lannie Howard Morris, 46, 7504
South Red Padgett Road, false
Deputy Hayden, TCSO.
Kathy McPhail, 48, 2290 Red Oak,
DUI, Trp. Kennard, FHP.
Clyde Brewer, 51, Jacksonville, VOP
(fleeing/eluding. officer), Officer
Maurice Campbell, 28, Lake City,
VOP (armed robbery), Officer Murphy,
Brian Joseph Bowden, 20, 203
South Hendry Ave., battery (domestic
violence), Ptl. Cash, PPD.
Jeremiah Dumansky, 27, U.S. 19
South, DUBAL, Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Mychal Padgett, 20, 807 E. Paige
Street, VOP (burglary of a dwelling,
grand theft III, forgery), Officer Griffin,
Malinda Markey, 34, 1480 Fairway
Drive, DWLS, PtI. Cash, PPD.
Kendra Blackshear, 19, 100 West
Union Street, retail theft, PtI. Cash,
Patricia Davis, 18, 401 West
Ash Street, retail theft, Ptl. Woodall,
Wanda Kuehn, 44, 3309 U.S. 19 S.
Lot 206, VOP (DWLS), Trp. Smyrnios,
Christian Emmett Nielson, 27,
Steinhatchee, VOP, Deputy Johns,
Roger Ridings, 32, 117 Louis Road,
sentenced to weekends, no officer
Joseph Terrell Dixon, 34, 3449
Woods Road, sentenced to weekends,
no officer given.
Sam William Bhoyer, 32, 4290 Golf
Course Road, resisting arrest with
violence, battery on law enforcement
officer, .resisting arrest without
violence, Ptl. Gorby, PPD.
Leigha Ellison, 35,. 1347 Dewey
McGuire Road, DWLS (knowingly), Ptl.
Lesley Charles Logan, 44, 22 Dice
Road, burglary, Ptl. Curry, PPD.
' Janet Darlene McCall, 49, 4290 Golf
Course Road, DUI, PtL: Gorby, PPD.
Lakesha D. Walker, 25, 2643 Sidney
Blanton Road, battery (domestic),
disorderly intoxication, Ptl. Curry,
Otis Leroy Thomas, 45, 1502 Martin
Luther King Ave., trespassing after
warning, Ptl. Curry, PPD.
April Marie Anthony, 27, 1200
Springfield Street, battery, Deputy
Travis Tavoris Mobley, 24, 2381
Woods :Creek Road, VOP (battery),
Officer Howell, TCSO.
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William Francis Daniels, 67, 103-
Marshall Drive, battery, Deputy Davis,
Christopher Aaron Touchton, 19,
269 Bradshaw Blvd., domestic battery,
Deputy Davis, TCSO.
Marcus L. Hamilton, 32, 1517 S.
Woodward Street, VOP (drug offense
within 1,000 feet of work), Office
Harry H. McClellan, 26, McClellan
Max Road, domestic violence/battery,
Deputy Padgett, TCSO.
Jeffrey Sari, 43, Greenville, DUBAL
(3rd), DWLS (knowingly), Ptl. Norris,
James Golden, 28, no address
given, taking tripe-tail illegally,
improper navigation lights, Deputy
Freddie Oliver, 51, Tallahassee,
warrant (burglary of a structure),
Deputy Bell, TCSO.
Robert Andy Rhodes, 36, O'Brien,
disorderly conduct, Deputy
James Ronnie Sadler, 21, no
address given, trespass after warning,
PtI. Norris, PPD.
Christopher Keith Irvin, 23, 819 S.
Warner Ave., no valid driver's license,
Ptl. Cash, PPD.
Ulysses Woodfaulk Jr., 28, 130 West
Glenn Street, possession of cocaine,
disorderly intoxication, child support,
Ptl. Cash, PPD.
Barry M. Poitevant, 20, 129 W.
Green Street, grand theft, burglary,
Officer Murphy, TCSO.
Lisa Carol Foskey, 31, 615 Puckett
Road, Apt. C-1, DWLS (knowingly),
Officer Murphy, TCSO.
Diane Marie Badar, 45,
Steinhatchee, domestic battery,
resisting arrest without violence,
Deputy Lundy, TCSO.
Benjamin Lejay Brown, 30, 2280
Highway 98 West, VOP (possession of
meth), Officer Hendry, P&P.
Miles Dandrige Hopkins, 41, 880
Puckett Road, 41, DUI, leaving scene
of crash with property damage,
DWLS/R, refusal to submit to blood
alcohol test, Ptl. Gorby, PPD.
Cameron Upshaw, 20, 819 S.
Warner Street, domestic battery, Ptl.
Shandeleo G. Sterling, 334, no
address given, violation of conditional
release, PtI. Gray, PPD.
Fredrick Colson, 31, 1612 S.
Campbell Street, attempted robbery,
grand theft, possession of firearm by
convicted felon, robbery (armed) with
firearm or deadly weapon, Deputy
Randolph Dallas Chapman, 52,
3449 Woods Road, disorderly
intoxicaton, battery on law
enforcement officer, Deputy Padgett,
Joseph Dixion, 35, 3449 Woods
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Cornelius LaJordan Williams, 18,
205 S. Third Street, aggravated battery
(domestic), sale of cocaine within
1,000 feet of a church, Inv. Anderson,
Larry Mitchell, 46, U.S. 19 South,
sale of cocaine, Inv. Anderson, PPD.
Edwin Everett Sauls, 44, 2458 Live
Road, DWLS/R (habitual), Trp. Ernest,
James Lamonta King, 18, 1110
Shiloh Church Road, possession of
cocaine with intent to sell, possession
of less than 20 grams cannabis, no
Roger Ridings, 32, 118 Lewis Drive,
sentenced to weekends, Officer
Melvin Sanchez, 19, 502 E. Bacon
Street, VOP (felony criminal mischief),
Deputy Campbell, TCSO.
George Edward Geschwind, 24,
3460 Harrison Blue Road,
VOP (cheating), Deputy Hawkins,
Jason lcNair, 24, 1611 Givens
Street, grand theft auto, possession
of controlled substance, Ptl. Griffin,
Tammy Smith, 36, 151 Temple
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AUCTION, EVERY SATURDAY 6:30 P.M.
1693 SW Mosley Hall Rd. '(CR360)
Madison, Florida (850) 973-2959.
MASTERCARD, VISA AND DEBIT
CARDS FOOD FUN & GIVE-A-WAYS,
HEATED / AC-COMFY SEATS. From
Perry: Take RT 221 N orth to CR 360 (SW
Mosley Hall Rd) Turn Right, go about 8
miles on the right. AU691-COL. RON COX
* TRAVEL TRAILER: 2203 Fleetwood
Prowler Lynx Ultralite, model 830Y. Unit is
31' with large electric slide out, Equipped
with central a/c and heat, 2 door fridge, 2-
way hot water heater, large awning, smoke
detector and C02 detector,. microwave,
stove and oven (never usedl), auxiliary out
side shower, AM/FM radio and CD player,
control panel with low battery, waste tanks
indicators, coffee pot and toaster. Front
bedroom and rear living room with picture
window. Sleeps 6. Blue book value
$15,000-$17,000. Asking $14,000. Contact
584-7801 for more information.
GRAPES FOR SALE
2904 HENRY GIBSON ROAD
Frigidare Stove, Glass Top/Self Cleaning
Oven. White, clean, good condition $250.
$150 Queen Pillow-Top Mattress'Set.
New in plastic with warranty. 850-222-
Cherry sleigh bed SOLID WOOD-BRAND
NEW in box, $250, Call Sandi (850) 545-
LEATHER SOFA & LOVESEAT. NEW,
warranty, sacrifice $795. (can deliver).
(850) 425-8374. ,
NEW Queen Orthopedic Pillowtop
Mattress SET in sealed plastic. Full-
warranty. Sacrifice $250. Can deliver.
KING PILLOWTOP Mattress Set. Brand
new in plastic. Must move. $225 (850)
For Sale: Old large butcher block. Good
*condition $500. Custom built large
stainless steal BBQ grill $450, Almost
new 35 ton log striper $1000. 850-843-
For Sale: 60 inch Dixie Chopper, 25HP
Koler Engine. In good condition $5000,
Call 850-578-2384 leave message,
For Sale: Horse or Stock Trailer, 16FT
Gooseneck. For more information call 584-
5894, if no answer leave message,
Moving Sale the 24th and. 25th 8" Koi fish,
some tools, metal gun cabinet, 50 Cal.
SRemington Muzzleloader, patio table set,
complete china set, inversion table,
washer & dryer, Numerous other items.
11395 Red Water Lake Rd. Turn W, At
Shady Grove on 14, Turn left on 14A go 1
mile, Turn left on Red Water Lake Rd, 3rd
house on Right,
Yard Sale: Wednesday through Sunday.
Breeze Dr., in Leisure Retreats, follow
signs, King size hiattress; a diesel pickup,
collectibles and T-shirts made to order,
Estate Sale: 726 N. Jefferson St.
Household items and furniture, Saturday
August 25th 8:30 until ? Bring trucks, bring
trailers and BRING CASHIII No Checksll
Yard Sale: Friday, Moving. Outdoors in
back yard. 9 a.m. Tools, sheds, metal
roofing, appliances, and more. Corner of
Woodscreek and Miller Rd.
Yard Sale: Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m.-
until. 4310 Sand Pedro Rd. Lots of
summer and winter clothes for girls, also
Yard Sale: Saturday, Inside, 105 East
Green St. Hospital Bed Mattress,
Wheelchair, Invacare, lamp, toys, mirrors,
dishes, CB radio, clothes. Pat Cook 584-
Yard Sale: Saturday 9:00 until ?.
Furniture, clothing and lots of
miscellaneous. 304 East Drew St. Corner
of Drew and Orange,
For Sale: 1996 Nissan Maxima AT, AC,
AM/FM Stereo Bose Speakers. $3000
o.b.o 584-7701 or 672-1122.
For Sale: 1997 Toyota Tacoma $6000
For Sale: 1989 Mercury Grand Marquee.
No title, parts only, engine & trans work
great. $600 o.b.o. for entire car. 1996 Ford
Windstar. New engine, 1 year left on
warranty. Needs trans work $900 ob.o.
Call 584-9407, leave message. '
For Sale: 98 Black 4x4 Toyota Tac6ma. K
& M Air Filter, New ,Tries & Rims, Clean
Interior 110,000. $9,500. Call 850-212-
For Sale: 94 Ford Exploxer Sport, 4x4
good condition. Call 584-9498.
For Sale: 2004 F150 4x4, Extended Cab
V-8, automatic, only 48K miles, new tires,
tinted windows, step bars & tool box, like
new $19,900. Call 584-2831.
For Sale: 1995 Lincoln Town Car $2,850.
2003 Ford 4 Door Ranger. 4.0 V-6, Stereo,
Very good condition. $7,250 584-6140.
Automatic transmission with O/D for Ford
Mustang or Ranger, A4LD transmission,
excellent operating condition, 223-3198.
Boat For Sale: 15FT. Fiberglass Boat and
Trailer. Walk through windshield with
75HP Evinrude Sport Motor. New spare
tire, new depth and fish finder, large
compass, new bilge pump, new carpet
interior, Electric tilt and trim. New Marine
battery, 2 high back swivel seats $1500.00
o.b.o cash, 584-6574
For Sale: 1981 35-Foot Avian travel trailer,
Excellent condition. New stove, New hot
water heater, New tires'and wheels.
Located in Steinhatchee, Florida. Photos
available upon request $5,200. Call 1-
Airboat 13FT Combee Hall Deepside,
Rebuild 6 cylinder Continental GPU
w/trailer, $4000 or trade for Flatsboat
Outfit. It has been sitting. Call 850-843-
For Sale: Ford Tractor, 2000 Series
Mower, Scraper blade, rebuilt motor. $4000
or will trade for Flatsboad Outfit, Call 850-
For Sale: 3 Compound Bows and 3'
Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
Yard Sale We buy ..call us! Collectibles
Set-up PrrleM Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture
Yard Sale: 1440 N. Reddick Dr. 8 a,m. until
1 p.m. Plus size clothes, dishes, books,
furniture. Lots of miscellaneous things.
3 Family Yard Sale: Saturday 8 a.m. 308
Puckett Rd. Clothes all sizes, men's,
children's, and adults new and used.
Household items. Also some new and
used shoes and boots.
Moving Sale: Saturday Inside. Furniture,
appliances, sheds, hot tub, household
items, antiques & collectibles and more. 9
a.m. corner of Woodscreek and Milter Rd.
Land for Sale, 221 North between Shiloii
Chruch hd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please Call (386)658-1346 or
Commercial Building for Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
FORECLOSURE 4BR DWMH on 2+ acres
in Spring Warrior. $89,947... MUST ACT
FAST Call 850-838-9090.
Comfortable, well maintained 3/2 home on
5 city lots in Perry, FL.310 W. Oak St.
1716 sq: ft. + carport & Fla room. Central
heat & Air, extras. $147,500. (850) 584-
3738 or 385-8240.
Commercial Building for sale 13,5000 sq.
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-
584-5891. Pete Fortner
For Sale By Owner Near Keaton Beach
. i':, ,:q H. 2004 '-,-u H ohn 1 .-,* sa'e, 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
Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
'Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401
1! PRICE REDUCTION!! NEW 3/2 DWMH
on 1.5 acres... Was $139,900 Now
$119,900... seller willing to take loss. Call
for appointment... 850-672-2141
NEED A LARGER HOME?
103 Dogwood Way
Beautiful 3/2 Brick Home. 3500 Sq Ft on
a 2 Acre Lot. Listed at $280,500.
Owner will consider a Lease w/ Option to Buy
or even a 6mo,- 1-yr. Lease
>'.. Call Debby Howard at ".-4
SUN & STARS REALTY
for questions or directions
850-223-1849 or 386-590-0848
Full blood Dachshund Puppies black &
tan. No papers $250 each. 8 weeks on Early Bird 6 p.m
Aug. 26th. Call 584-3551 leave message. Euy lir 7 p.m.
8/22-8/31 Regular 7 p.m.
Min pin puppies- ckc registered. 2 female, S hr C lub
1 male, health certificate, 9 weeks old, m e C I b
cute and cuddly, $400 each. Call 838- (Hwy. 19 North) 584-2434
3480 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.orgMust be 18 rs or o
8/22-8/2418 yrs, or olcib
SISWANT TO BUY
Old Fireplace Brick
Gold (scrap) Diamonds ~ Old Comic Books
Coins (silver) & Paper Money ~ Taylor County Memorabilia
Bedroom Dining Room Living Room Bedding
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'No down for Landowners! Even if you sti1 '
owe, Call us for info. Prestige Home
Centers in Chiefland. Also open Sunday.
12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or 800-477-2492.
CLOSE OUT 1 ONLY 28X70 3BD/2BH'
'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,.
For Sale: 1979 56ft, Liberty Mobile Home.
Floor has been replaced $1500,00. Call
850-584-9177 or 850-371-0183.
i'low 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
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.
For Sale: 1999 DWMH must tbe moved,
Priced 1o sell at $ti9500 Call 584-7701 or
For Sale: 1992 Horton Mobile Home, 4
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, new drywall in
most of the house. Large back porch and
unfinished sun room on front of the house.
All goes at purchase of $10,000. Price is
negotiable, serious inquires only. Call
850-584-5236 or 850-672-2064.
MIobile 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.
This an attempt to collect a debt owed to
me Renee Weeks by Lisa Granger and
Lisa Mitchem. This add will run 4 weeks
before legal action is taken,
Michael Bayes, will no longer be
responsible for any debts accrued by, Amy
Bayes, or any other than my own effective
August 17, 2007.
1, Jonathan Millender, will no longer be
. responsible fop any.debts accrued by,
Autumn Brook Millender, or any other
debts other than my own effective August
One Bedroom Apartment for Rent, Gas,
electric, cable included. Great area, use of
pool. No drugs or pets. Call 838-2455 or
Taking Applications Background Check -
Monthly Inspection. For Rent 2BR / 2
Bath / GR, well AC/H, DW Mobile on 8
acres. 550 monthly + security. You will
pay utilities, 1 year lease to'sign. No pets.
Only serious need apply. 850-212-4526.
For Rent: 2 BR/2 Bath D/W 4 miles North
of Perry. Also 2 BR/2 Bath brick home in
Shady Grove. Call 838-5338, leave
Westgate Hotel Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable, AC,
Heater. Everything included. $154 weekly
or S40 daily plus tax. (RV sites also
available) 1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-
METAL 3' Wide
Full line of 3 Wide
accessories in stock Painted
Special Flashings Made AIIllpes Warranted MetalAvailable
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Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, FI..
Small ads...big deals!
3 BR HC and Non-HC Accessible
apartments now avalible. Rental
assistance may be avaible to qualified
applicants. HUD vouchers considered.
Equal Housing Opporunity. 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
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
Applications being accepted for rental of
one bedroom house. Central heat/AC,
appliances, water furnished. Nice location,
US 19 North. $500 a month and $500
security deposit. Call 584-9489 or 850-
For Rent: Singlewide Mobile home. 2 BR,
$450 a 'month, $450 security deposit. In
the city, no kids, References Required.
Day 584-6207 Night 584-4736
'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.
1 Bedroom Apartment Availabie
September 1st, $455.00 a month. First,
Last month rent due at signing. Call Hope
. at 584-6666
1 Bedroom Apartment Available Now,
$455.00 a month, First, last month rent due
at signing. Call Hope at 584-6666
TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
Engineer FT- $50,024- $56,305-DOQ
Public Safety Director- $59,000 $67,000-
Animal Control Officer- $9.31 hr.
Firefighter/EMT $10.78 hr.
Emergency Mangement Secretary- $8.44
hr. 20 hrs. @ wk.
Mosquito Control Truck Driver Seasonal /
part time $8.04
Rol Off Site Artendaht .-Call in -'$6:68,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 email@example.com.
Advent Christian Village
Grounds Worker & Resource Manager
Residential or commercial lawn care /
grounds maintenance experience desired:
must be self motivated.
Must be dependable & motivated self
starter, with 2 or more years prior training or
experience in inventory procurement /
management, logistics, project
management or related field; proficiency in
PC use (MS Office applications) and valid
Florida DL required. Strong organization
skills & experience in invoice
reconciliation a plus.
Competitive pay & benefits, including
health, dental, life, disability, saving,
AFLAC supplemental policies, access to (
onsite daycare and fitness facilities. EOE;
Drug Free Workplace, Criminal
background checks required. Apply in
.person at ACV Personnel Department Mon
thur Fri, 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., Carter
Village Hall, 10680 CR 136, Dowling Park,
FL; fax resume to (386) 658-5160; or visit
#1 Leading Health Provider Company in
the United States is seeking Health
Representatives that want to work from
home. Our company has been in business
for 14 Great Years with well over 1.7
million satisfied members and still
growing. Call Cynthia at 843-5551.
Driver- Jacksonville Terminal
HOME EVERY WEEKEND
TOP PAY for Exp'd Drivers!
NO TOUCH FREIGHT
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
Opening on 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. shift.
Seeking person who has good clinical.
and leadership skills. Long term care
experience a plus. Smaller facility with
lower turnover looking to hire someone
who is seeking long term employment.
Contact Holly Reed, Director of Nursing:
Lafayette Health Care Center, 512 W.
Main St., Mayo, FL 386-294-3300.
Help wanted Backcock & More. Set up and
delivery. Must be 21 yrs old. License and
good driving record required. No phone
call! Apply in person 1225 S. Jefferson St.
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 er
Greenville Hills Academy
Building Construction Technology
High School Diploma or GED and
minimum of six years of experience in the
Building Construction field. Contact: Jodi
Savoy, Education Director at (850) 948-
1200, ext. 281 or fax resume to (850) 948-
Embroidery/Screen Print Shop
High School Diploma or GED and
minimum of six years of experience in
Embroidery and/or Screen Printing.
Contact: Jodi Savoy, Education Director at
(850) 948-1200, ext. 281 or fax resume to
Good Pay, Excellent Benefits
Clean driving record and Drug Free.
Apply in person at 2039 Red Padgett Rd.
Television Ptation now hiring for Marketing
Representative. Base Salalry -
Commission, Sales Expereince Required.
Mail Resume to 2001 S. Jefferbon St.,
'Perry, FL 32348.
Check Station Positions Available
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission is hiring for
seasonal work at check stations during the
upcorhing 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.
IA required, teaching
cert. in ESE, 3 years
BA required, teaching
cert. in Math, 3 years
knowledge of data entry
or experience in AS 400
Contact: Jodi Savoy
ext. 281 or
Attend the church
of your choice.
IRONWOOD HOMES OF PERRY,
*2 BR $29,990 !!
l s. =_ 3 BR $39,990 Ill!
S.... a .- .*,_ ,4 BR $52,990 !!!!
N 5 BR $67,9908!!!!
Absolutely NO HIDDEN COSTS
.prices above include delivery, set-up,
AC, skirting, and steps!!!
**Delivery included up to 50 miles from dealership***
Full-time *Part-time PRN positions available
Call Sue Love, RN, DON 850-584-6334
Call Cheryl Ellis 850-584-6334
Marshall Health & Rehab Center
207 Marshall Dr. Perry
Drug Free Workplace Equal Opportunity Employer
Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
"Where Everyday Is Springtime"
107 N. 5842757
Jefferson St. 584 2757
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind sturpps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
BQBBY J. HIRES, LLC
Wire New Homes, Mobile Home power
poles, New Additions, Remodeling, Sheds,
Commercial, Industrial, Residential
Carpet, Tile and Grout
Cleaning and Sealing
Call 850-838-2805 or
Chad Dees Lawn Care
Hi, Taylor County, love to spend time in
great outdoors with your family? Allow me
to introduce Chad Dees Lawn Care. We
are open and now ready to take care of
your yard and give you more time to spend
with your family. Please call (850) 584-
8959 hit 1 'or email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org and I will return
your call. Chad H.'Dees/Owner.
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 !578-3776 or Cell#
& CARPET ,
Dries in 3-4 hours
Morgan's Tree Service and Debris
Removal. Free estimates. Call 352-498-
7844 or 850-672-0709.
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.
A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush hog
mowing, rake work, dirt leveling and
complete lawn service. Call 584-6737.
Call Billy Blue at
672-0955 or 838-1307
SClay Swindle L.L.C. (licensed and
: insured) All types of remodeling: doors,
windows, docks, painting, etc.
Commercial & Residential. Call 850-223-
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Home or Business needs lawn work or
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FOR LEASE OR SALE:
Fully functional Restaurant "The Smoke
House", ready to go, on US 90 "The Main
Drag", downtown Greenville, $750 per
month or $115,000, All Realty Services
Quaint, Established Restaurant on Main
Thoroughfare in a Coastal Community.
Still in operation with a great customer
Sflow. Turn key 25K. Call Robin Marable at
S352-498-2116 or 352-210-9052.
come all! 1
Monday 7:00 p.m.
S 305 Puckett Road
Convenience Store-Gold Mine Gas tanks
new, only diesel in area, includes store &
2 Bdrm Managers home, pizza sales,
former coin laundry, 1 acre, seafood
market & restaurant needed, traffic count
6000 daily, Lamont, FL, $175,000.
All Realty Services 850-973-9990
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION No: 07-660-
IN RE: ESTATE OF THOMAS P. EVANS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Thomas P. Evans, deceased, whose
date of death was July 14, 2007, and
the last four digits of whose Social
Security Number are 3052, Is pending In
the Circuit Court for Taylor County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address of
which Is P.O. Box 620, Perry, Florida
32348. 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 the
decedent's estpte must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
'MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS' NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. ALL
CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE .TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702
OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED. The date of first publication of
this Notice is August 24, 2007.
Wood & Murphy By: LQwrence Murphy
Florida Bar No.: 124176 Attorney for .
Personal Representative 11211
Prosperity Farms Road Suite B201 Palm
Beach Gardens, Florida 33410 (561) 691-
1997. Robert M.. Evans Personal
Representative 941 A'e:.*..r.a Drive
North Palm Beach, FL 3311168
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL i
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA Case No. 2007-507-CA
LLEWELLYN FORTNER and EDITH FORTNER,
Plaintiffs, v. WILLIAM J. BOWDEN, BRAND
M. BOWDEN, his wife, and BART WYLLIE,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated this
21st day of August, 2007, and entered In
Case No. 2007-507-CA of the Circuit
Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in and
for Taylor County, Florida. I will sell to the
iihigHest qopbesidtA40 fsj8qi) R he
front steps of the Taylor County
Courthouse In Perry, Florida at 11:00' a.m.
on the 13th day of September, 2007 the
following described property as set forth
in said Final Judgment, to-wit: Lot 8, Block
A, Fortner Subdivision, as per Map or Plat
thereof as recorded in Plot Book 1,
Page 178, Public Records of Taylor
County Florida. Dated this 21 day of
August, 2007. ANNIE MAE MURPHY Clerk
of the Circuit Court By: Marti Lavalle
IN THE COUNTY COURT,. THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA JUDITH CAUGHMAN Plaintiff, VS
UNKNOWN Defendant CASE NO 62-2007-
CC-28800A-01 NOTICE OF ACTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
PETITION TO DETERMINE OWNERSHIP OF A
MOTOR HOME HAS BEEN FILED AND YOU
ARE REQUIRED TO SERVE A COPY OF
YOUR WRITTEN OBJECTIONS, IF ANY, ON
JUDITH E CAUGHMAN, PO BOX. 646,
STEINHATCHEE, FL 32359 WHO IS THE
PETITIONER, ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER
8TH, 2007, AND FILE THE ORIGINAL WITH
THE CLERK OF THE COURT EITHER BEFORE
SERVICE ON THE PETITIONER, OR
IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER; OTHERWISE, A
DEFAULT WILL BE ENTERED FOR THE RELIEF
DEMANDED IN THE PETITION. WITNESS MY
HAND AND SEAL OF THIS COURT ON THE
8TH DAY OF AUGUST, 2007, AT TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA. CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT BY: SALINA FORD DEPUTY
8/10, 8/17, 8/24, 8/31
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