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September 14-15, 2007


Serving the Troe ( palu of the South Since 1889


ississippi murder suspect caught here


A Mississippi man charged with
shooting one woman to death and
trying to kill another by running
over her with a car was captured
here Wednesday by Taylor County
Shenffs deputies.
..Curtis Hopson, 41, of
irksdale, Miss., was picked up
cEho)ut incident Wednesday
I6ri.iing at his place of
pDoyment in Perry, according to
M. Ron Rice.

Driver fired


Hopson is
currently in the
Taylor 'County
Jail awaiting
M Mississippi.
Rice said
Hopson and
four other
individuals'
Curtis from the
Hopson Clarksdale area


had been living together in a hotel
room here since December of
2006.
"A local informant contacted us
and advised he was living at the
Westgate Motel with several others
from Clarksdale," Rice said. '
Hopson has been charged with
the murder of Sandra Johnson who
died of multiple, gunshot wounds
on Nov. 27, 2005.
Rice said Hopson has also been


charged with aggravated battery in
connection with. another incident
when he tried to kill a woman by
running over her with a car. The


woman survived the ordeal, he
said.
Assisting with the two-month
investigation and apprehension of


Hopson were
Bratcher and
Nowlin, Mark
Rusty Davis.


Inv. Dewayne
deputies Marty
Hershberger and


.VI III14 IV

i~:bte Taylor County School
M~ird terminated a school bus
.er Tuesday after she reportedly
ef:-a small child on her bus
"Iffowing her route on the
afternoon of Sept. 4.
-.A .ce Johnson was unanimously
injiated by the board at its
meeting this week.
,:.Supt. Oscar Howard suspended
3ohtison with pay last week


Commis


n school bus


following the incident.
"I will be recommending
termination because of your
actions' on Tuesday, Sept. 4, of
leaving, a child on a school bus
unattended after your afternoon
bus run," Howiard stated in a Sept.
6 letter to Johnson.
According to a statement from
bus garage employee Greg Wright,
he and several other employees


heard the child crying about 4:10
p.m. on Sept. 4.
"She was standing in front of bus
50 calling for her mother," Wright
stated.
Johnson's attorney appeared
before the school board .at
Tuesday's meeting asking that
she be allowed to resign but the
board voted to terminate her
instead.


sion reaches deal


to end $20 million lawsuit


:The Ta.lor County Commission
has settled w ith a land developer,
ending a $20 million federal
laifiit against the county for
allegedly violating the plaintiffs
rights of due process as well as
interfering with its existing
business' relations, among other'
charges.
The commission discussed the
terms of a possible settlement
during a w workshop held late last
month and voted unanimously
during its Tuesday, Sept. 4, board
meeting to sign the agreement.
Florida Silviculture &
Timberland. along \\ith Sheldon
Good & Company Auctions, filed
the lawsuit after the count) made
moves to halt an auction of some
1,700 acres owned by the
developer.
According to the settlement, the
developer agrees to drop the suit as
welf: as spend $175,000 for
improvements to roads inside the
8,250-acre tract of land it owns
known as Rosehead Reserve.
:R:ounty staff prepared a written
list of improvements "which, in



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Ch,-


the county's opinion, needed to be
done to the easements and the
parcels to fall within the provisions
of the. county's land development
regulations."
The settlement acknowledges,
however, that "the developer does
not agree that it is required to
construct such improvements."
The developer agreed to spend
the $175,000 within 72 months
from the execution \of the
agreement, or transfer the balance
of the funds directly to the county.
. A property owner's association
will be created to maintain the
easements withinn the tract.
The commission voted
unanimously May 7 to file a suit
for injunctive relief to halt the
developer's auction after being
alerted, to a flyer advertising the
sale for 'Saturday, June 16. The
county ultimately did not file the
suit.
At that time, county staff and
Commission Chairman Malcolm
Page were in negotiations with the
developers over an issue dating
back to last year when the


commission changed several
regulations in .the land
development code, including roads
in large parcel developments.
The code changes, which were
passed in November, eliminated a
15-acres or larger parcel
exemption to road 'requirements.
Following the changes. roads must
Please see page 3


The Rally is here
Forest Capital Park was lined with motorcycles Thursday afternoon as the Gold Wing
Road Riders Association's annual Region A Rally kicked off in Perry for the second year
in a row. The event is scheduled to run through Saturday. The group will be escorted
through the downtown area tonight for a Gas Light Bike Parade. The motorcycle
enthusiasts will leave the park at 7 p.m., drive down Jefferson Street, around the
courthouse square and then return to the park. For, more information call 584-5366.
Several short trips have been scheduled to surrounding areas, including Steinhatchee,
Keaton Beach, Madison, St. Marks and Econfina River State Pork; GWRRA consists of 900
chapters and 80,000 members in the United States and 52 other countries ...


With the Florida Legislature
facing upcoming budget cuts, the
Taylor County District School
Board approved a $37.6 budget
Tuesday night including a
projected $600,000 cut in state
funding.
Overall, the budget includes
approximately $300,000 less in
operating money compared to the


current year.
The Department of Education
sent notices to districts over the
summer to prepare their budgets
predicting a four percent cut from
the funding levels set during the'
Legislature's session in March.
The Legislature is currently
preparing for a special session to
combat budget deficit on the state


level.
One day before the board was
set to approve the budget,
Financial Director William D.
Hunter presented Superintendent
of Schools Oscar M. Howard Jr.
with a letter of resignation.
"I've worked. with the Taylor
County SchoolDistrict for the past
four years," Hunter said in the


letter.
"I have continually worked to
encourage fiscal responsibility and'
integrity. I have failed. As a result,
our general fund balance has
declined each year to the point
where there was a deficit of
$219,968.89 as of June 30. It is
-* Please see page 3


tpmans to draw crowds at bluegrass festival


bluegrasss fans from around the annual Pickin' in the Pines Festival .and festival organizer Dawn Taylor
Region will be converging on Perry Oct. 5-6. said that all proceeds raised during
in a few short weeksto enjoy two This year the festival is joining the two-day festival will go to
r't usic-filled days at thesecond forces with the March of Dimes benefit the Taylor County


.:Iffernational Bluegrass Music Association award-winning group The Chapmans, consisting
Of brothers Jeremy, Jason and John, together with their father Bill will headline the Pickin'
i.tfithe Pines Festival Oct. 5-6. \


WalkAmerica campaign.
Helping draw the thousands of
expected fans to the event is the
International Bluegrass Music
Association (IBMA) award-
winning group, The Chapmans.
The Chapmans have taken their
place among some of the "best and
brightest in a new century of
American bluegrass" by balancing
a demanding touring schedule with
an award-winning recording
career."
Brothers Jeremy, Jason and
John, together with their father
Bill, recently returned to the studio
to produce' "Simple Man," the
band's third album for Pinecastle
Records.
"Simple Man" follows 1999's
"Notes From Home" and 2001's
"Follow Me," which established
the Chaprmans as rising stars in the
genre and earned them the
Emerging Artist of the Year award
from the IBMA.
The band's musical journey
began in the early 1990s in
Colorado where young fiddler
John Chapman won a statewide
junior division championship in his
early teens. Inspired by his son's
interest in music, Bill took up the


banjo and, the two started a
bluegrass band with some family
friends. Eventually John would
switch to guitar and begin singing-
lead vocals. When younger
brothers Jeremy and Jason took up
mandolin and bass respectively, a
hobby turned into a full-time
family passion.
The Chapmans honed their skills
through shows at county fairs and
bluegrass festivals throughout the
.1990s. They moved to the Missouri
Ozarks in 1995 to make
nationwide travel easier. In 1998
the Chapmans jumped into the
national spotlight when they won
the International Bluegrass' Band
Championship held' by the Society
For the Preservation of Bluegrass
Music. in America (SPBGMA).
Along with the critical success of
the band's first independent album,
"Love's Gonna Live Here," the win
paved the way for the Chapmans to
sign a record contract with
iridependent roots and bluegrass
label Pinecastle Records.
The band's first album on
Pinecastle, "Notes From Home,"
was produced by IIIrd Tyme Out
bassist Ray Deaton and became a
critical and commercial success.


Besides earning rave reviews from
Bluegrass Now. and Bluegrass
:Unlimited, the genre's leading
publications, "Notes From Home"
landed in they Top 5 of Bluegrass
Unlimited's radio chart and was
nominated by SPBGMA for Album
of the Year. In 2000, John won the
first of three honors as SPBGMA's
Guitar Performer of the Year, and
the Chapmans picked up
endorsements from several well-
known sponsors including Gibson
Instruments and GHS Strings.
The Chapmans released "Follow
Me" in 2001, which included the
muscular "Losing Again" and an a
cappella version of soul singer
Sam Cooke's classic "You Send
Me." Once again the album
reached the Top 5 of Bluegrass
Unlimited's radio chart and was
nominated by SPBGMA for Album
of the Year. It also led to the
Emerging Artist honor from the
IBMA voters, an award the
Chapmans say they were sure they
had no chance of winning right up
until the moment their name was
called.
"Everybody had a grin on their
,- Please see page 3


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Index

Perry News-Herald
Two sections 118th Year, No. 37
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Sports . ...A-6
Religion ............. A-7


Community ......
Entertainment ....
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Finance director resigns



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A-2 Perry News-Herald September 14-15, 2007

^ .. ^For Steinhatchee, Jena sewer


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Taylor, Dixie approve interlocal agreement


More than 18 months after the
Taylor and Dixie County
commissions met together to
discuss the creation of a


Taste of Perry

is Saturday
Saturday's "Taste of Perry" food,
show will feature signature dishes
from 10 area restaurants.
Joanna Ter Maat, president of
the Downtown Perry Association,
announced thle participating.
restaurants recently.
"We are so excited to have
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
Windows Cafe, Deal's Oyster
House, Espresso Yourself Cafe,
Goodman's BBQ, Huddle House,
", Please see page 5


News Forum

Beach carnival set for
Hodges Park
Taylor Coastal Communities
Association will hold a Beach Carnival
Saturday, Sept. 29, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
at Hodges Park.
There will be free games with
numerous prizes, bingo, karaoke, a chili
cook-off ($5 entry fee) and face painting.
Games and bingo will be held from 3
to 5 p.m. Karaoke and dancing start at 6.
For more information, visit on-line at
www.taylorcca.com.

Three Rivers will be at the'
library Sept. 24
Three Rivers Legal Services, Inc., will
be at the Taylor County Public Library
Monday, Sept. 24, from !1 a.m. until 1
p.m.
Three fRivers assists with consumer,
housing, public benefits, Medicaid,
Medicare, family law and other area.
They do not cover criminal matters,
traffic tickets or personal injury. Call 800-
495-0039 for a pre-screening;

- Boyd's staff to visit beaches
A member of Congressman Allen
Boyd's staff will be visiting the Taylor
County beaches Tuesday, Sept. 18, from.
9:30 until 11 a.m. at the Taylor Coastal
Water and Sewer Building (18820 Beach
Road).

Historical society to honor
Mary Lou Whitfield
The Taylor County Historical Society
will meet Monday, Sept. 17, at 7 p.m.
I "We will, be -horning Mary Lou
Whitfield at the meeting for all the work
she has done for the county and the
books she has written," President
Wanda Cash said. "She will have some
of her books there to sell and sign.
Morris Steen will be there to tell us a little
about her history and work with the
society."
.Refreshment will be served. Everyone
is invited to attend.


government utility authority
(GUA) to oversee water and sewer
services in the communities of
Steinhatchee and Jena, both boards


Homecoming mums!
Renewing an old tradition,'-'the Taylor County High School
Baseball Boosters will be selling homecoming mums in the
lobbytof'the school today, Sept. 14, and Wednesday, Sept. 19,
from 11;:30 a.m. until 1 p.im. The corsages are $10, or if
decorated with a number, $11. Homecoming is scheduled for
Friday-,.Sept. .28. The} Booiters encourage your support of
this project and can be reached for further information at
672-0015.


Sept. 24

Author will

be at library
,The Friends of the Taylor
.oun[t Public y will ktWi ,,
program Monday, Sept. 24, from
5:30 until 6:30 p.m. presenting the
author Donald "Rube" Waddell,
Col'. USAF retired.
Waddell is the author of "Crying
Blood," "Operation Pat Hand" and
"Twisted Justice," which
chronicles the January 1977
disappearance of four residents
from the Springfield community
near Panama City, as well as the
discovery in August 1977 of their
bodies in the" waters of the
"Watering Hole". sink in, Taylor
County.;.' -
The. Friends of the Library are
also taking donations for, a book
-sale, -yhich, is .'scheduled for
Saturday, Nov. 3, from 8 a.m. until
noon.
The .library is located at 403 N.
Washington St.


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signed an interlocal agreement last
week to create the Big Bend Water
Authority (BBWA).
The Taylor County Commission
approved an interlocal agreement
Tuesday, Sept. 4, while the Dixie
County Commission approved it in
early August.
Taylor County commissioners
held a workshop on the issue in
late August, making a few changes
to the language in the 39-page
agreement. ,
Dixie County agreed to the
changes and both board chairmen
signed the agreement last
Thursday, according to
Steinhatchee Water Association
(SWA) Board President William
Cake.
SWA has spearheaded efforts
over the past year to install sewer
services to the coastal
communities.
The final step that remains is for
the SWA board to meet Monday
and'discuss transferring all of its
assets and liabilities to the newly
created BBWA. Should they agree,
SWA will then be dissolved.
Assuming that is agreed upon,
both commissions will have 60
days to appoint two members to sit
on the new BBWA, as well as a
commissioner (and an alternate)
'from each county. The new board
will then elect a seventh member,
whose residence will rotate
annually between Taylor and Dixie
counties.
BBWA's service area, according
to, the agreement, is described as
the area generally known as
Steinhatchee in Taylor County and
Jena and Rocky Creek in Dixie
County.
The new board will have the
ability to "assess, levy, impose,
collect and enforce special
assessments to provide assessable
improvements upon all or any


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portion 6f the lands located within
a service area." -
The agreement also mandates
that BBWA board members (not
including commissioners) must
have homestead property within
the service area.
According to the agreement,
SWA has until Dec. 31 to transfer
its assets and liabilities to BWWA
or the agreement is void.
One of the stated reasons for the
creation of a GUA is increased
state funding opportunities to
expand sewer services. The two
commissions assisted SWA in
receiving, state funding for
expansions to the organization's
fledgling sewer system earlier this
year.
According to a facility plan
presented to commissioners in
June, the project cost of Phase 1 of
the proposed facilities is estimated
at $1.6 million.
Phase 1 includes the
construction of a backbone system
consisting of pump stations along
with 6-inch and 8-inch force
mains. Later phases will include an
upgrade and expansion to the
Steinhatchee Wastewater
Treatment Plant to accommodate
the projected flow along with
additional gravity sewer systems to


phase out septic tanks, the facility
plan states.
Part A of the backbone system-
would initially serve the following
developments in Steinhatchee:,
Woods Gulf Breeze, 16 units.
Steinhatchee Shores, 24 units;.'
West Wind Marina, 12 units; River
Walk, 4 units; Smugglers Townv
Homes, 10 units; and Tarpon-'
Ridge, 12 units.
Part B of the system would serve.
River Gate at Jena, 85 units,- and
River Shores, 70 units, in Jena.:
The rest of the Phase 1 service :
area includes residences .ari d
businesses in Steinhatchee along
Second Avenue North, Third Street"i
West, First Avenue North, First
Street West, First Avenue South,
Riverside Drive and 15th Street
East, as well as Jena along
Highway 358 and Howard Hart
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RECYCLE
Old News is Good News


JoinUS in creating a
better world, in which our
precious resources are
preserved and replenished.
We all need to do our part,
and recycling is a great start!


Recycling sites are available at each roll-off site in the county:
Carlton Cemetery, Shady Grove,
Harrison-Blue, Salem, Stenhatchee,
Blue Springs, Eridu, Hwy. 98 & 14, and Johnson Stripling Rd.
Newspapers can also be taken directly to the county's
recycling facility on Highway 98 where hours are
7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


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A-3 Perry News-Herald September 14-15, 2007


Code changes resulted in suit


LAWSUIT
Continued from page 1
be built to county standards
connecting parcels under 40 acres.
The developers and the county
differed on whether the property in
question (Florida Silviculture
owns some 8,250 acres known as
Rosehead Reserve) was parceled

For school board


before or after the code changes,
and whether the changes applied to
those parcels.
In the lawsuit, however, the
plaintiffs claim the commission
"decided to amend the Taylor
County Land Development Code
to prevent FS&T's sale.
"The challenged legislation
intentionally prevents the plaintiffs


from selling as planned,
subdivided parcels of Rosehead
Reserve.
"The defendants, pursuant to the
challenged legislation, demand
that plaintiffs make major
infrastructure improvements
including the building of roads
prior to the sale of Rosehead
Reserve," the suit continued.


State mandated millage increase


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Large crowds are expected once again for the Pickin' in the Pines Bluegrass Festival.


Pickin' in the Pines set for Oct. 5-6


:CHAPMANS
'Continued from page 1
:face until about 5 in the morning
:that night," John recalls.
The hard-won success opened
the door for the Chapmans to work
with some of their heroes who, it
turned- out, were just as eager to
Wbrk ivith' them.
'"One of the most exciting things
atiout our career is all the support
we've received from other artists,
from our heroes," Jereniy said..
-Producer Darren Vincent,
3.o6ther of fellow Missourian and
hltiegrass innovator Rhonda
Vincent, raised the bar for quality
.aid musical craftsmanship on the
recording without compromising
-the' Chapmans' artistic vision.
Vhion Station guitarist Ron Block,
ih4om John describes as "my
personal guitar hero," plays
backing guitar on three songs,
"The Photograph," "Runaway
Kind" and "Sometimes You Just
Caii't Win." Singer Sonja Isaacs,
guitarist Rob Ickles, and fiddlers
ituart Duncan, Andy Leftwich and
Aubrey Haynie also lent their
talent to the album.


"Simple Man" was mixed by
recording engineer Gary Paczosa,
who has worked on six Grammy-
winning projects, including Nickel
Creek's "This Side," the Dixie
Chicks' "Home" and Dolly Parton's
"The Grass is Blue." Although his
skills are of the behind-the-scenes
variety, the highly sought Paczosa
was near the top of the Chapman's
wish list when they began planning
the album.
Choosing songs was no easy
task given that the Chapmans
began the process with .some
3,200. The final set they decided
upon is anchored by songs like
"Ode To A Simple Man" by Kim
Fox, one of the band's favorite
songwriters. Originally written as a
modem country song, the tale of
hard working, everyday people
becomes a powerful piece of
Americana in the hands of the
Chapmans. "Runaway Kind" is the
song the Chapmans believe has the
greatest potential for crossover
into the country radio forniat. "The
Photograph," is a lost-love ballad
with a lyrical twist.
With their work in the studio
finished, the Chapmans are now on


the road, giving their fans across
the country a taste of these songs
live. Averaging about 140 shows
each year, the Chapmans keep a
busy schedule that takes them to
bluegrass festivals from Maine to
Texas and even Europe.
Now a group of seasoned
performers with a well-respected
recording career to their credit, the
Chapmans are ready to go
wherever the music takes them. To
hear them tell it, they're just getting
started.
"We feel like this is where we
wanted to be all along, and we're
just now getting there," Jason said.
On Oct. 5-6; The Chapmans will
headline a line-up that includes
Ernie Evans & Southern Lite, The
Wilson Family, Pure & Simple,
Cowlick Bluegrass Band, Deep
Creek Bluegrass and The
fallahassee Fiddlers.
Additional information and
biographies on all the bands
scheduled to perform at the 2nd
annual Pickin' in the Pines
Bluegrass Festival will be
presented next Friday in the
entertainment section of the Perry
News-Herald.


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BUDGET
Continued from page 1
obvious that we cannot continue as
we have these past four years. For
this reason, I ask that you accept
my resignation,
"I am grateful for the experience
that I have gained here with the
Taylor County School District," he
said.
State sources account for almost
half the school district's annual
revenue; 2007-08 is expected to be
a "tight year."
After the cut, the district expects
to receive approximately
$15,899,000 from state sources for
the general fund.
The board also approved its
millage rate Tuesday, setting it at
7.438 mills, which is an increase of
.276 mills over last year's rate.
According to Hunter, the millage
rate the district is required to levy


by the state was increased by .299 in general fund revenue.
mills. Expenditures include $16.6
At the same time, however, the million for instruction, $1.7
district's discretionary millage rate million for school administration,
decreased. In all, local sources are $1.3 million for food service and
expected to produce $8.1 million $1.8 million pupil transportation.
NFCC offers small business course
Thinking of starting your own business? Need a little professional help
to make sure you get off on the right foot?
North Florida Community College has the class for you. The session
meets Wednesday, Sept. 19, from 6-8 p.m. at NFCC's Building 7, Room
102, in Madison. To reserve a space, sign up and pay $10 fee by Sept. 18.
For information contact Devona Sewell at 850-973-9409 or e-mail
SBOC@nfcc.edu. To register for SBDC classes, call 850-973-9453 or e-
mail CommunityEd@nfcc.edu.

Poker tournament Thursday


The Perry Rotary Club will be
holding a poker night Thursday,
Sept. 20, at. 6 p.m. at Rosehead
Junction. The entry fee is $30 and
all proceeds will benefit the March


of Dimes.
Prizes include an Apple iPod and
tickets to Wild Adventures.
Refreshments will be served. For
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A-4 Perry News-Herald September 14-15, 2007


Spoons remember 11



birthdays from 1960s


Several "babies" of the 1960s
-the old Lockhart Drug. Co.







Be clear about your own
Values and attitudes
: Communicating with your kids
On sex, love and relationships is
usually more successful when
you are clear in your mind about
your values and attitudes towards
these issues
,, Talk with your kids early and
often about sex
Kids have a lot of questions Be
open and honest with your kids
Let them know where you stand
on these issues and why you lake
these positions If you have trouble
starting the conversation
consider situations on I v shows or'
movies as conversation starters
iAge appropriate conversations
should begin early and continue
through adolescence.
i Know your kid's friends and
their families
SFriends have a strong influence
Sn each other often sharing
wrong information. Help your
k ids
become friends with kids whose
"families'share your values.
Discourage early, frequent and
steady dating
Let your child know your strong
feelings on this throughout their
Childhood.
Let your kids know you value
education highly
Encourage your kids to take
school seriously and set goals.
Be involved with school activities
Sand other community services or
events.
*: Help your kids have options
for the future that are more
attractive than being a teen
parent
Help them set meaningful goals.
Talk regularly about what it takes
to reach those goals.
Know what your kids are
reading, watching and listening
to
The media is full of material
sending the wrong messages. Talk
with your kids about what they see
on t.v. or listen to.
*'Establish a strong relationship
with your kids
Express love and affection often.
Be supportive and interested in
what interests them. Help them
6tuild self esteem. Make family
time.


HEALTHY
START
Coalition of Jefferson,
.. Madison & Taylor Counties

Birth announcements are
published free as space is
:; available.


may claim commemorative spoons found in the keepsakes of


New Arrival
Tim Howard Brown
Robert T. Brown II and Brandy C. McGuire announce the birth of their
son, Tim Howard Brbwn, on June 7, 2007, at 4:14 p.m.
Paternal grandparents are Tim and Fay Brown. Maternal grandparents.
are Linda K. McGuire and the late James E. McGuire.
His brothers and sisters are Shana, 12, Riley, 9, Caelyn, 6, and James, 6.



W e cannot be lieGrve .

Happy
NBirthday ,.

Tanner

Reese Nix

A.Ion, n & Daddy
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Todd & Amanda Gregory 4"
announce the birth of their daughter

Maegan Leanne Gregory
7 pounds, 14 ounces, 20 1/4 inches long
September 4, 2007
Born at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital

Maternal
grandparents are
Diane Raulerson,ri
Tommy Parker and
Glenn Freeman

Paternal Grandparents
are Michael and
BettyAnn Gregory

She is welcomed
home by her
big brother
Dillon Gregory.
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By SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Managing Editor
Eleven spoons arrived in -the
mail for the newspaper, but were
preceded by a phone call from
Jogie Brown Lockhart in
Crawfordville.
"They were given to my husband
when his father's drug store
(Lockhart Drug Co.) was sold,"
said Lockhart, "and when I started
going through some of the boxes I
found the spoons."
Little :is known about the
glistening .spoons (by William
Rogers) but they are thought to be
silverplate and appear to have been
gifts for new babies in the
community. Each is engraved with
a first name and a date' of birth,
featuring a tiny etching of clock's
face in which the hands are
correctly placed. The top of each
spoon reads. "Birth Record Of..."
and the engraving tapers down to
depict a stork,
"We would just love for these
spoons to go to the families they
were made for," said Lockhart.
The small spoons were made
for:
Jeffrey. born in the early
morning hours of May 13, 1960;
Marti, who arrived on the
afternoon of Nov. 24, 1960;
Annita, who was a Jan. 28
arrival in the year 1964;
Terrilee, born during the
afternoon hours of Oct. 10, 1962;


Felecia, who arrived in time for
Christmas,. born during the
afternoon of Dec. 21, 1962;
Connie who also timed her
appearance for Christmas gifts in
1960, arriving on Dec. 20 in the
afternoon;
Colin and Bullie were July
babies, just missing the Fourth.
They were both born July 5, 1963;
Alton just missed Valentine's
Day, arriving on Feb. 15, 1964;
Norris was born during the


morning hours of June 30, 1963.E
and :
Harriett was born the morning of.
July 15, 1963.
To claim your keepsake spoond
please bring a copy of your birtt
certificate to the newspaper office&
(123 S. Jefferson St.) between theE
hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m'.,
Monday through Friday. Those-
which are not claimed will be?
bequeathed to the Taylor County
Historical Society.


50th anniversary celebrated
Tilford and Sue Register celebrated their 50th wedding-
anniversary on July 27, 2007, in Fanning Springs in the
company of their three children (and spouses) and the
grandchildren. The Registers were treated to dinner, gifts.;
and three days of boating and fishing with family members on, ,. :
the Suwannee River.


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BriannaS if I could talk, these are the
things I would say:
Thank you for all the hugs and kisses, thank
you for trying to rock me to sleep, but falling
to sleep long before I do. Thank you for all
of the stroller rides through the house while
bumping me into the dressers.
If I could talk I would say:
Thank you for carrying all of my stinky diapers l
to the trash when Mommy made you do it.

But, what I really would want you to hear is
"Thank you for being such a wonderful big
sister. God chose the perfect one for me in you.
Happy 13th Birthday '
Love, Kamaren " ;,...
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MWia's Italian, Old Mexico,
RMsehead Junction and The
Timbers of Perry sign on as
participants," Ter Maat said.
Coordinated by the Downtown
PeTrry Association, the event will
be held at The Timbers (located on
Helen Street) from noon to 6 p.m.
Admission will be $3 per
carload at the gate; no coolers will
be permitted but everyone is,
encouraged to "bring'your lawn
chairs or a blanket."
Tickets for food/drinks are 50
cents each (each restaurant will,
determine how .maiy tickets are
needed for their 'taste"), Ter Maat
added.
Free events for children will
include a bounce house, pony.
rides, petting zoo, train ride" and
fae painting. "


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4-H scholarships
Four 4-Hers received a
4-H Henry Davis
Scholarship to attend 4-H
Camp Cherry Lake this past
summer. The scholarships
are awarded annually to 4-H
youth to attend summer
programs. The scholarships
were started by the local
Farm Bureau in honor of
Henry Davis, who was a
longtime county extension
agent. Shown at left (I to r):
Henry Davis, Trevor
Schwab, Tanner Schwab and
Nathan Bennett. Also
awarded, but not pictured
was Meagan Sadler.


SYMPTOMS.
Do you...
Q Think spaghetti is a finger food?
U Sleep "like a baby" (up at 10, 2, and 4)?
" Write your grocery list in crayon?
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Shane,
The day has arrived for us to send you off into
unknown territory. We send you with our love
and prayers, knowing God will guide you back
to us. You just remember that when all else fails,
look up and know He will be right there with you
every step of the way.
We love and will miss you every moment
you're gone.
From all your family and.friends near and far,
may God be with you and your safe return.
Love always, Mom


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NOTICE OF


BUDG ET HEARING




The Taylor County .

Board of County Commissioners

has tentatively adopted

a budget for 2007/2008.




A public hearing to make a

FINAL DECISION on the budget

AND TAXES will be held on




Monday, September 17, 2007

6:00 p.m.

at

201 East Green Street

Administrative Complex

Perry, Florida 32347


BUDGET SUMMARY

TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

FISCAL YEAR 2007/2008

THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET
EXPENDITURES OF TAYLOR COUNTY ARE
10.8% MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES


SPECIAL CAPITAL DEBT
GENERAL REVENUE PROJECTS SERVICE ENTERPRISE
ESTIMATED REVENUES FUND FUNDS FUND FUND FUND TOTAL
TAXES: Millage per $1000
AD VALOREM TAXES 7.2319 9,570,246 9,570,246
AD VALOREM TAXES 1.1528 1,238,311 1,238,311
DELINQUENT TAXES 55,000 8,000 63,000
NON ADVALOREM ASSESSMENT 1,125,400 1,125,400
SALES, USE & GAS TAX 3,127,000 3,127,000
COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES TAX 120,000 120,000
FEDERAL GRANTS 40,680 351,941 392,621
STATE GRANTS 877,267 736,097 1,979,177 3,592,541
PAYMENTS IN LIEU OF TAXES 33,987 33.987
STATE SHARED REVENUES 2,025,683 781,000 1,000,000 3,806,683
TRANSPORTATION 137,500 137,500
CULTURE/RECREATION 17,300 17,300
GRANTS-OTHER LOCAL UNITS 287,762 64,560 352,322
GENERAL GOV'T FEES 95,000 95,000
COURT-RELATED REVENUES 142,600 142,600
INTEREST EARNINGS 425,000 194,950 50,000 669.950
RENTS 44,650 29,323 73,973
911 FEES/GRANTS 125,617 125,617
RECYCLING REVENUE 44,000 44,000
LICENSES & PERMITS 204,500 204,500
FRANCHISE FEES 15,000 15,000
LANDFILL SURCHARGE 110,000 110,000
MICELLANEOUS 14,400 21,600 36,000
TOTAL SOURCES 13,919,192 8,007,682 3,029,177 0 137,500 25,093,551
TRANSFERS IN 861,843 1,057,732 1,919,575
FUND BALANCES 6,200,000 5,161,806 2,515,958 1,055,082 10,000 14,942,846
TOTAL REVENUES, TRANSFERS &
BALANCES 20,119,192 14,031,331 5,545,135 2,112,814 147,500 41,955,972
EXPENDITURES
GENERAL GOVERNMENT 2,162,223 126,182 607,030 2,895,435
OTHER GENERAL GOVERNMENT 4,800 4,800
PUBLIC SAFETY 961,124 1,367,190 2,328,314
PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT 740,383 1,299,587 2,039,970
TRANSPORTATION 3,076,178 4,269,246 139,112 7,484,536
ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 365,082 99,750 464,832
HUMAN SERVICES 576,311 803,596 1,379,907
CULTURE/RECREATION 2,255,674 273,500 2,529,174
JUDICIAL 403,711 403,711
DEBT SERVICE 1,055,082 1,055,082
TRANSFERS TO COUNTY OFFICERS 7,954,684 7,954.684
TOTAL EXPENDITURES 15,419,192 7,050,783 4,876,276 1,055,082 139,112 28,540,445
TRANSFERS OUT 179,984 1,070,732 668,859 1,919.575
FUND BALANCES / RESERVES / NET ASSETS:
CONTINGENCY/CASH BALANCES 2,818,000 870,360 8,388 3,696,748
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS 1,702,016 1,608,988 3,311,004
OTHER DESIGNATED RESERVES 3,430,468 1,057,732 4,488,200
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES
TRANSFERS, RESERVES & BALANCES 20,119,192 14,031,331 5,545,135 2,112,814 147,500 41,955,972
The tentative, adopted, and I or final budgets are on file in the office of the above referenced taxing authority as a public record.














.Sports


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A-6 Perry News-Herald September 14-15, 2007


Keaton Beach For Friday's game at Santa Fe

Fishing Report Bulldoas near full strength


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back to fishing
Glenn Floyd of Sylvester, Ga.,
guide Service had 10 trout while fishing live
hoping is over and pinfish and P/T/ 2000 Assassin
cason we had. I five inch shads under Cajun
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ay, the 10th, was one here, and one there, and finally
ie season. managed a limit around 3:30 p.m.
d first, (Joyce did No pattern really -- he said he
it) and she landed caught keepers from 3 feet all the
r an hour and one way to out to 8 feet of water.
Her largest trout Saturday, I took Tom
r' pounds. All our (grandfather), Jim (father) and Neil
on live pinfish (grandson) Busone, of Valdosta,
un Thunders in 4- Ga., out and they managed 10
ight on t6p (right trout, a nice 4.5-pound Spanish
e high tide. and two reds from 4 6 feet of
urday, Lee Allen, water. We used live pinfish and
ene Allen Reese pigfish under Cajun Thunders.
insey Bennett of % Bobby and Barbara Stracener had
, ,caught 21 trout a good day catching trout, flounder
ig Berkley Gulp and 2 sharks Saturday. Friday they
ttom in 5 -6 feet limited out with one trout over 22
inches long while fishing cut bait.
Bean Blossom and They also landed a 30-inch
Spanish Mackerel.
Sunday Felipo and Maria Perato
fished gulps under a Cajun in 8
feet of water to land four trout
from 15.5 to 18 inches and one
black sea bass.
Sunday, Wendell Benton and
Ricky and Diane Rodgers caught
e their limit of trout on Gulps in 5 -
6 feet.


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Injuries and illnesses have
plagued the Taylor County High
football team through its first' two
games of the season but most
players should be ready to go
tonight when the Bulldogs travel
to Santa Fe.
"We're still a little banged up
but everyone should be able to go
except for Craig Tuten," TCHS
Coach Price Harris said.
The big offensive lineman has a
shoulder injury that may require
season-ending surgery, the coach
said.
The Bulldogs, now 1-1 on the
year, are coming off a big come-
from-behind victory over Jefferson
County last Friday in Monticello.
Santa Fe is 0-2 after losing to
Newberry 27-7 in their season
opener and Middleburg' last week
by a 45-19 margin.
"Those scores are a little
misleading. They were up 7-0 over
Newberry at halftime and scored
three touchdowns in the second
half against Middleburg after being
down 30-0 at the half," he said.
Taylor County played Newberry
in its fall jamboree, losing 49-6.
"Santa Fe has some good
athletes. Their quarterback is an
excellent runner but has struggled
some passing the ball," Harris
said.
Thle coach said both of the Red
Raiders' offensive and defensive
lines are huge.


Date Opponent Site Time/Result
Aug. 24 Newberry Away 7:30 p.m.
Aug. 31 Wakulla Away 7:30 p.m.'
Sept. 7 Jefferson County Away 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 14 SantaFe"' i i m Awa.y,> '7:30p:mr.:
Sept. 21 Chiefland Home 7:30'p.m.
Sept. 28 Suwannee County Home 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 5 Madison County Away 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 12 OPEN
Oct. 19 Dixie.County. Home 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 26 N. Fla. Christian Home 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 2 Fort White Home 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 9 Union County Away
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"They run a 4-4 defense and
really set up to stop the run. They
bring their safety up a lot and run
man-to-man coverage which could
open up some opportunities for
us," he said.
Quarterback Greg Sneed, who
helped lead the Bulldogs'


comeback win against Jefferson
County. will share playing time
with Ty Crowley.
Crowley ,injured his hand last
week and is still experiencing
some soreness but should be able
to handle his punting and kicking
chores, the coach said.


Santa Fe has been running both
out of a spread shotgun formation
and the option on offense. Harris
said the two vastly different
offensive schemes makes it hard to
prepare his defense.
Kickoff for Friday night's game
is set for 7:30 p.m.


Members of the Timber Warriors include, front row (left to right) Kristen Blue, Sarah
Durden, Jennifer Harrison, Rebekah Bratcher and Sara Meacham. Second row Racheal
Laycock, Ashley Catalano, Paige Jacobs, Sheryl Ann Curles, Holley Eakins and Caitlin Carter.


T-Warriors
place fourth

in tournament

. The Taylor Timber Warriors,
the area's first traveling girls'
softball team placed fourth in a
tournament held in Bristol last
weekend.
This was the third tournament
for the team which has been
working together now for five
months.
The Timber Warriors, who arc
sponsored locally by The Forestry
Company and Ragan's Ace
Hardware, will be traveling to
Marianna this weekend for another
tournament.
The team raises its expense
money from the citizens of Taylor
County through various
fundraisers.
Helping coach the Timber
Warriors are Audley Catalano,
Dink Cannon, Allen Murphy and
Terry Gaskins.


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Religion


A-7 Perry News-Herald September 14-15, 2007


Mothers of Presc

MOPS begins new year
Meetings for the 2007-08 year for Mothers of Pre-Schoolers will begin
today, Sept. 14, at 9 a.m.; the meetings last until noon and childcare is
provided...
"MOPS groups strive to meet the needs of every mom with children
from birth through kindergarten," said Jennifer Caruso for the
organization. "We realize that whether you are a teen mom, a stay-at-home
mom or a working mom, your goal is to be the best mom possible.
Knowing that being a mom is stressful, our group is designed to be a
spiritual and emotional support system to help women deal with the
challenges. We offer mentoring, educational topics, crafts and discussion
times with other mothers."
The first meeting is free, Caruso said. MOPS meets iq the fellowship
hall of First Presbyterian Church once or twice a month, always on Friday.
"All interested mothers are invited to come join us for 'a tremendous
experience," Caruso added. For additional information, please contact the
church office at 584-3826.
Apostolic Prophetic revival underway
Kingdom United Global Assemblies, Inc., is leading an Apostolic
Prophetic Revival at Solid Rock Apostolic Ministries located at 1780 N.
Jefferson St. in Perry, north of Amanda Clark's photography studio.
Services continue through tonight at 7 led by Prophetess Carol Francine
Cooper of Los Angeles, Calif., and Overseer Dorothy Brown of Boston,
Ga. For additional information, please call 838-3908,.
Oakland invites all for mullet, swamp cabbage,
On Sunday, Sept. 16, Homecoming services will begin at 11:30 a.m.,
followed'by dinner on the grounds. An old-fashioned mullet and swamp
cabbage meal will be served; everyone is asked to please bring covered
dishes to share during this time of fellowship. Oakland is located on Salt
Road, approximately 10 miles west on Highway 98.
Sales planned to fund church van
Antioch Revival Center is planning a yard sale/bake sale for Satuiday,
Sept. 15, from 7 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the church located on Cash Road (off
Puckett Road). Clothing, toys, kitchen goods, a tool box, cakes and
cookies will be offered for sale, and your patronage is encouraged.
Hungry for mullet?
Stewart Memorial A.M.E. Church. will sell fresh mullet dinners lor $7
each today, Sept. 14, in the church fellow ship hall. beginning at 11:30 a.m.


Card of

Thanks (8)8-4


I Bishop
Conrad and Sonny Bishop wish
to thank everyone that has been so
nice to us during Phyllis' illness
- and death. We appreciate it so
mu4h-. .. -
We also would like to publicly
thank all of the staff at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital, Dr. Miles
Nelson, Dr. Toufic Abdo and their
respective staffs.


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hoolers (MOPS) gather again today

The meals include two sides and a dessert; barbecued chicken dinners will or to sign up, please call 584-3117. This same workshop will also be he-1
also be offered for $6. Please call the church at 584-7194 on Friday to at New Brooklyn M.B. Church on Monday, Sept. 24, at 6 p.m.
place your order.


Gospel preaching at Spring Warrior
Gary Patton of Decatur, Ala., will present a week of gospel preaching at
Spring Warrior Church -of Christ beginning Sept. 16 and continuing
through Sept. 21.
Services are planned on Sunday at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m., as well as 6 p.m.
On weekdays, services will begin at 7:30 p.m.
With the message, "No matter where you are in life, Christ makes it the
best it can be," the church (located five miles south of Perry off U.S. 19 on
S. Red Padgett Rd.) invites everyone to attend. For information, please
call 584-5176 or 584-9821.
Homecoming is Sunday at First Assembly
Pastor David Stephens and the congregation of First Assembly of God
in Perry extend an invitation to all to attend their Homecoming celebration
on Sunday, Sept. 16. Guest speaker will be the Rev. Don Rogers, former
pastor; special music will be presented by The Thompson Family of Grand
Ridge. Dinner will follow the morning service which begins at 10 a.m.
Seniors: health insurance help offered
A senior health and insurance workshop will be presented by. SHINE
(Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders) on Wednesday, Sept. 19, at 6
p.m. at Glorious Rain Church of God of Prophecy, located at 110 Maurice
Linton Rd. Information on Medicare, Medicaid, supplemental insurance
and prescription drug assistance will be provided. For more information

AWANA YOUTH PROGRAM
Friday 6:30-8:30 pm Grades Pre-K-12
Spiritual Training, Games, Other Activities
CHARITY BAPTIST CHURCH
580 E. Hwy. 27


NEED A RIDE CALL 672-0985
Sunday School 10:00 AM
Evening Worship 6:00 PM


PASTOR JON EDMISTEN
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Wed. Bible Study 7:00 pm


St. Johns Christian -
Fellowship
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
-Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. StudylPrayer Meeting
Nurserv 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. Sunday E'ening 6':0' ~.m.
Worship 10:45 a.m. Wed. Bible Class 7:00 p.m.
Visitors Welcome
Church Ph: 584-6155 Carl Desmartin: 223-3210

rFirst United Methodist Church>


Open Hearts Open Minds & Open Doors
"The People of the United Methodist Church"


4 302 N. Jefferson St. Perry, Fl. (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460
_- Rev. James Taylor, pastor, nursery provided Email fumcp@gtcom.net

You are invited to .

Homecoming "54"
at

Lakeside Baptist Church

Sunday, Sept. 23
Guest Speaker
Bro. Brannon Pinion
Special Music by Crimson Flow


* Hwy. 27 East Pastor Steven Ruff .(850) 584-5688 .
:


". IMMACULA TE CONCEPTION
CATHOLIC CHURCH
ta SS&ES:
Sat. 6 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. "4
CCD & Adult Education Classes
Sunday 9:00 a.m.
S2750 B. Byron Butler Pkwy. 584-3169
.' Rev. Slade.Crawford, Pastor j


CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2959 Golf Course Rd,

Sunday Worship Services ,
0~q 39 S, d~ S,,~ h l


:7 ,U ji uI m lun ay ono, iI
10:45 .am Morning Worship
6:00 pm Evening Worship
8:00 pm Adult Choir Practice


'Wednesday
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.


nursery proviaea wnn aaunt supervision 9:.-z:uu
Mike Hicks, pastor
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992


tch of God
Sunday School 10:00- 10:45
Worship Service 11:00 12:00
Children's Church 11:00 12:QO
Sunday Night
Prayer Group 6:00 6:45 -
SChoir Practice 6:00 6:45
Sunday Service 7:00 8:00
Wednesday Night
Youth Group 6:00 7:30 -
Study Group 7:00


Senior Citizens, Federal Government

Assistance is Now Available


Senior citizens who are at least
62 years old and own a home, can
now borrow against the equity in
their home, utilizing the money for
just about anything, without ever'
having to repay the debt. They
can" continue living in the home
for the rest of .their lives without
the burden of making monthly
payments.
This is now possible thanks
to a Home Equity Conversion
Mortgage created by the Federal
Government's Department of
Housing and Urban Development,
also known as HUD.
This money can be used to:
1. Pay off an existing mortgage.
2. Pay for medical expenses
3. Supplement income
:4. Supplement savings
5. Make repairs to the home


6. Provide financial assistance to
family members
7. Establish a line of credit that
can be used if needed in the future
8. Vacation and travel
There is never a risk of losing
their home and they are free to
sell or refinance the home, without
penalty, at any time. All money
received is tax free and has no effect
on Social-Security or retirement
income.
A free report reveals how
citizens of Taylor County can
utilize this opportunity to each
financial burdens.for themselves,
or their loved ones courtesy of the
United State Government insured
assistance program.
For more information, call the
Consumer Awareness hotline for
a free recorded message, anytime
24 hours a day at 888-812-3156,
ext. 98.


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1825 S. Jefferson St. Perry, Fl. 32348 1-850-584-7100


Support Your

Local Churches


On behalf of


J. Hudson Randall
of TV69, "
I would like to take the time to say "Thank You"
to Taylor County for all the prayers and
encouragement during the past 2 years.
It's been a rough and bumpy road and at times we
didn't think we were going to make it.
God is still in control!

On Sept. 18, 2007, he will be celebrating
another milestone and you are Invited to come out
and celebrate with him at the
Golden Corral at 7 p.m.
"Dutch treat"


If you would like more information, call 223-1449.
If you want to send a card, please send it to
427 Puckett Rd., Apt. F-25, Perry, FL 32348.

L7 Thank you, again.


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A-8 Perry News-Herald September 14-15, 2007


Obituaries


Ulysses Walker
Ulysses "Bo" Walker, 76, a
farmer and rancher, died 'at his
home on Walker Hill in
Waukeenah on Sept. 13, 2007.
: Funeral services will be
Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Abundant
Life Harvest Church in Lloyd at 11
a.m. Interment will follow at Beth
Page Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends tonight, Sept. 14, at the
Monticello Chapel of Beggs
Funeral Home from 6 until 8 p.m.
SA lifelong resident of Jefferson
County, Mr. Walker was a member
:of the Florida Farm Bureau,
Southeast Milk Inc., and
Waukeenah Cattlemen's
Association.
He is survived by his wife,
Frances Walker of Waukeenah;
four sons, Sloan Walker, Douglas
Walker, Ronnie Walker and Kevin
Walker, all of Waukeenah; three
sisters, Rena Hightower of
Waukeenah, Lavonne McElrath of
Wildwood and Berlene Cooksey of

Card of

Thanks


Stones
-The family of Sara Kayleen
Jones would like to send a
heartfelt "thank you" to all the
wonderful friends and family that
stood by our side through the
recent tragic loss of our Sara. The
outpouring of love. was
overwhelming and there is no
amount of thanks that can ever be
expressed to show how touched
we are. This has been a most
difficult time for our family and
we sincerely feel that because of
the love and support we were
blessed with, we have made it
through.
:We were so blind to the number
of lives Sara has touched in her
short time with us. We are so very
honored to have had her as part of
our family. 'She will be thought of
continuously and remembered as a
child who touched a community
like no other. She is truly
"Unforgettable." I wish we were
able to thank everyone
individually, but the number .of
people that came to our side is too
great to even begin to send thank
you cards.
However, please know that this
letter is sent personally to every
individual that had any part in
helping us through this. We are so
very grateful to have friends and
family like you. You will always
be loved and remembered by the
Jones Family. Bless you all!!
Sincerely,
Al, Julie, Krista and Courtnei
Ayla and Heath
Ellen Faircloth
Jackie Faircloth
Ray and Marie Jones
Logan Padgett and Family


Waukeenah; eight grandchildren;
and five great grandchildren.
Mr. Walker was preceded in
death by his son, Dennis Walker.
Andrew David
Roberts Jr.
Services for Andrew David
Roberts Jr., 86, were held Sept. 12,
2007, at 2 p.m. ip Bumpers Funeral
Home Chapel in York, Ala., with
the Rev. Drew Dockery and the
Rev. Tim Craddock officiating.
Burial followed in New York City
Cemetery.
Mr. Roberts ,died Sept. 8 at
Sumter County Nursing Home
after a lengthy illness. He was a


veteran and retired owner of York
Saw Company.
Survivors include: his wife,
Virginia' Grafton Roberts; a son,
Andy Doyle Roberts (and wife
Melissa) of Perry; a stepson, Thad
Grafton of Griffin, Ga.; a brother,
Vernon Roberts of Quitman, Miss.;
10 grandchildren, numerous great
grandchildren and great, great
grandchildren.
Jayne Molyneaux
'Jayne Molyneaux died Sept. 12,
2007, in Nashville, Tenn.
She was born in Michigan on
Feb. 22, 1921, and resided in Perry
for 25 years before moving to
Nashville.


She was preceded in death by
her husband, John.
Survivors include: one son,
John Molyneaux of Michigan; one
daughter, Jennifer Molyneaux of
Michigan; and five grandchildren,
all of Michigan.
She is also survived by one
sister, Bonnie Cline of Brastop,
Texas, and a cousin, Betty Duvall
of Perry.

Obituaries are
published free of charge
as a puHic service as
space permits.


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Community


B-i Perry News-Herald September 14-15,2007


B&GC banquet is Sept. 22;

Rommes is guest speaker


The Boys & Girls Club of Taylor
County will host its annual
banquet Saturday, Sept. 22, at 6
p.m. at Rosehead Junction.
The banquet will honor
"hometown heroes" and the guest
speaker will be Issadore "Izzy"
Rommes.
"There will be a steak dinner
where ticket holders will serve as
role models for today's youth,"


Director Kevin Kidd said.
Tickets are $35 or $60 for two.
Corporate tables are also available
for $250. Call 584-8448 for more
information.
"Please come and celebrate our
heroes and our youth," Kidd said.
"On behalf of the Boys & Girls
Club of Taylor County, and the 726
youth we serve, your support is
appreciated."


Expansion celebrated
Buckeye Community Federal Community Credit Union
employees and board members joined together with
Pefry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce staff and
iorhmunity representatives last week to celebrate the union's
recent conference room and drive-through expansion.

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American Legion 291 to hold

benefit fish fry in Steinhatchee
The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 291 of Steinhatchee will be
sponsoring a benefit fish fry and auction on Saturday, Sept. 15, at the
American Legion in Steinhatchee.
The fish 'fry begins at 3:30 p.m.-and the auction starts at 4:30. All
proceeds will be given to Mary and Bill Mosier to help with medical
expenses incurred from cancer treatments and hospitalization. Donations
for the auction are still being accepted; call 352-498-8177 and leave a
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Entertainment


B-2 Perry News-Herald September 14-15, 2007


'3:10 to Yuma' arrives at the


station with its guns blazing


When I look for a movie to watch, Westerns are rarely
at the top of the list. Nothing against them, but they've
never really been my cup of tea. Come to think of it, I
was never one to.play cowboys and indians as a kid
either; I always wanted to be an astronaut. Maybe that's
why I like science fiction so much.
As I said, I'm not against Westerns, and with the right
actors or story, I'll watch just about anything. So when I
saw a trailer a few weeks ago about a Western starring
onte of the best actors today (Russell Crowe) alongside
one of my favorite actors of today (Christian Bale)
directed by a man who has proven he knows how to
handle good talent (James Mangold, "Walk the Line"),
how could I say no?
Last week's "3:10 to Yuma," is a remake of the 1957-
film of the same name, which in turn was based on a
short story by Elmore Leonard. Having not seen the
original, I can't compare the two, but I've watched
enough Westerns to say with confidence that the newer
"3:10" is the first one in awhile to really get the old-
school feel from the heyday of Westerns.
In the.2007 "3:10 to Yuma," we are introduced to our
two main characters one at a time.. II
First is Dan E\ans iBalei. a
struggling rancher %w ho lost a foot in HUSIw '
the Civil Wai and is trying "
desperately to support his wife and
two children, one of w horn is iickl
and needs medicine Addine to his
troubles is the fact that he ow es
money to a local thug w ho wants his .
land so he can sell it to the railroad
for a hefty profit.
Just about at the end of his rope.
Dan has lost the respect of his w ife
and older son, not to mention
himself. UMA
While trying to round up his
cattle, Dan and his sons come across .
.a stage-coach..robber tn pcogre.s.,,
orchestrated in its brutal efflinrci :s'.-
by famed'outlav, Ben \Vade.
Ben and his gang are %wanted for .
.22 robberies totaling more than
$400,000, earning the ire of.the railroad and fear from
just about everyone else. He's so famous, Ben is already
the subject of dime store .novels read by Dan's son
William.
Dan and Ben's paths cross again when Ben is captured
while Dan is trying to hock his wife's jewelry to give
himself more time to save his ranch. Dan. is hooked by a
railroad representative's offer of $200 to anyone who
helps escort Ben ') the neighboring town of Contention
to catch the titular 3:10 to Yuma to prison. Ben's gang,
however, is not going to stop until they have their boss
back.
-What follows is a story less about an outlaw gang
versus a lawful posse and more about two very unlike
men thrown together only to find out that there are
similarities between them, similarities that. scare both of
them.
Crowe, despite his tendency to throw cell phones (t'o,
Russell, we will never forget), is arguably one'of-the
most versatile actors working today. In "3:10 to Yuma,"
he truly gets the-character of Ben Wade, a man who will
kill without a drop of remorse, but will also spend hours
staring at an eagle so he can sketch it properly. He is a


man who has surrounded himself with men ruthless as
he is, but not one that can hold a decent conversation.
Perhaps that's why he develops a connection--bond
would be too strong a word--with Dan on their way to
Contention. That's not to say he wouldn't kill Dan if it
became necessary, but he would just prefer it didn't
become necessity.
As for Dan, he is a man desperately trying to keep his
family together, both financially and emotionally. He is
disgusted both by Ben's ruthlessness as well as the fact
that while he himself struggles day-to-day living an
honest life, the outlaw flourishes as he commits every
sin in the book.
While Crowe is known for his intense acting, here he
brings a sense of calm to his performance,' drawing out
the multiple layers of his character. Instead, it is Bale as
. Dan who brings a fiery intensity to his portrayal. As we
learn more about Dan, we realize that the money may
have been the least of his reasons to accept the job.
The film is truly about these two men, and how
meeting the other will forever affect them. While there
are plenty of gunfights to sate the action fans, it is really
tIhe verbal. and sometimes silent
interactions bemteen Dan and Ben
that make this film one 10
remember
But these aren't the onl\ 2ood
performances in the hilm.
Ben Foster I"X-Men. The Lati
Stand" and "Alpha Dog cite ui
SCharhlie Prince. Ben's second in
command and a man ho'se
devotion to Ben is equaled onIl bt
his murderous near-insanimt
Logan Lerman i"The Number
23." "Hoot" i is Dana son.
*1 William. a teenager \ ho has lo't
all respect for his father He walks
the fine line ol tjscinanion and
I1Tut uilim--Bei+uat the i hcrr'ler .i-he
-A sees the man js someone he can
respect.
The always great Peter Fonda
plays the'aging bounty hunter Byron McElroy, who
guides the rest of the posse on their way to Contention.
Alan Tudyk ("Firefly," "Serenity") is the town doctor
who comes along to look after a wounded McElroy. He
brings the same mixture of naivete and youthful wonder
of,a man outside his element as he did in the tragically
short-lived "Firefly" television series.
I have learned over the years to credit a well-acted
film not only to the actors involved but also to the
director.. In this case, Mangold makes the best of
everything he had for his follow-up to the critically-
praised "'Walk the Line." In that film, he directed
Joaquin Phoenix to an Oscar nomination ahd Reese
Witherspoon to a win.
This time around, I wouldn't be surprised if either lead
picks up. a nod, as well as Foster for best supporting
actor. Personally, I think Bale is due, but the current
buzz is that he will probably get the nomination for
"Rescue Dawn," which was released earlier this year.
"3:10 to Yuma'.' is not just a good Western, it is an
excellent film. Fans of the genre should love it, and
anyone looking for a good film would do well not to
miss it. It is rated R for violence and some language.


CALENAR F VET


September 6-16
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
calling 850-224-8474.
October 5-7, 12-14
The Quincy Music Theatre presents
the Tony Award-winning "Fiddler on the
Roof." Tevye, a Jewish dairy farmer,
navigates the labyrinth of life all the
while searching for balance for himself,
his family and friends. For tickets, call
850-875-9444.
; CLASSICAiL MUSIC
Sunday, Sept. 23
Violinist Chlob 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
visit www.theartistseries.com.
Friday, Sept. 21
The FSU Symphony Orchestra marks
the beginning of its season at Ruby
Diamond Auditorium at 8 p.m. with
Beethoven's Fifth Symphony and
Gustav Mahler's "Songs of the
Wayfarer." For tickets, visit
music.fsu.edu.


CLASSICAL Musc OTHER


Saturday, Sept. 22
The Tallahassee Winds, which features
approximately 100 musicians from
around North Florida, will begin its new
season at Ruby Diamond Auditorium.
CULTURAL
September 14-16
The Tallahassee Ballet's 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.
CONCERTS
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
www.tickets.fsu.edu.
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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


visit www.ticketmaster.com.
Friday, Sept. 28
The preliminary competition for the
Florida Forest Festival Karaoke Contest
will be at the Perry Elks Lodge at 7 p.m.
It is open to anyone ages 16 years or
older. (Those under 18 must be
accompanied by a parent.) The top 10
will be chosen and compete live on
stage at the Florida Forest Festival.
FESTIVALS
October 5-6
The second annual Pickin' in the Pines
Bluegrass for Babies Festival will be
held at Forest Capital State Park,
featuring The Chapmans, Ernie Evans
& Southern Lite and the Wilson Family.
All proceeds from the event will benefit
the March of Dimes.
Saturday, Oct. 27
The 52 annual Florida Forest Festival
will feature all of the usual favorites,
including lumberjack shows, equipment
demonstrations, carnival, antique car
show, the "World's Largest Free Fish
Fry" and more. Blues legend Buddy
Miles will headlight the mainstage
entertainment. Joining him will be
Charlie McCoy and the festival karaoke
finalists. The festival will be followed by
the third Perry Opry, which will run from
7 until 10 p.m. that evening.


Saliva returns to Tallahassee
Rock band Saliva will rock the house at Floyd's Music Store, Monday, Oct. 15, at 8 p.m.
Tickets are now on. sale exclusively online at www.floydsmusicstore.com. All tickets are
general admission and seating is limited. The concert will also feature the bands Deepfield and
Core.

For two more nights


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talent at Spirit of the Suwannee


The 26th annual Colgate
Country Showdown is coming to
North Florida and WQHL The BIG
98 will host America's largest
country music, talent search and
radio promotion.
Approximately $200,000 in cash
and prizes will be awarded
nationwide including the grand
prize of $100,000 cash to the
national winner, presented during a
televised special.
Designed; to find the most
promising country music talent in
the United States for the past 26
years, the Colgate Country
Sli,-.do chance to launch their professional
careers. Thousands of performers
compete annually for the Country
Showdown title.
Each spring, hometown talent
contests are sponsored by more
than 500 local radio stations across
the country paving the road to
stardom. Local winners advance to
more than 40 state contests where
the prizes include $1,000 in cash
and the opportunity to compete at
one of five regional contests in the
fall. The five regional winners
receive an expense-paid trip to the
national final to compete for
$100,000 and the national title..
"We consider the Colgate
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most anticipated events in country
music each year," said Gail Taylor,
BIG 98 spokesperson. "It is an
exciting community event that
provides aspiring artists in our area
an opportunity for state, regional,
and national exposure while
promoting a greater appreciation
of country music. We are pleased
and proud to announce this year's
local contest to be held on Friday
nights in September at The Spirit
of the Suwannee Music Park at 7
p.m.
"We invite everyone to come out
and enjoy the show. I am certain
you will be glad you did and you'll
want to come back and see all of
the show."
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The production is a collaboration with the FSU School of Music under
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This intimate setting also features.guest choreographers including Katia
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"The performance will bring the best of Imusic and dance with style and
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The original "doctors" of Doctors' Memorial Hospital were captured in this 1957 photo. Shown are: (I to r) Dr. Walter J.
Baker, Dr. John Dyal, Dr. R.J. Greene, Dr. John Parker, Florida Medical Association President Dr. Roberts, Dr. Moore of Ocala
and Dr. Richard Wiley.




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Editor's Note: The following profiles
of doctors on staff at the "new" Doctors
Memorial Hospital were featured in a
September 1957 edition of the Taylor
County News.

Dr. John H.
Parker Jr.
The story of Dr. John H. Parker
Jr. might well read "Home Town
Boy Makes Good" since Dr. Parker
was born in Perry in 1920, and
went through grade .and high
school here.
His original plan was to become
an engineer and he attended the
University of Florida for three'
years preparing for that profession.
Then came the war and he entered
the Navy in 1942, and served until
1946. Following that he attended
Florida State University at
Tallahassee, taking a pre-med
course, and from there he entered
Tulane University in New Orleans,
graduating in 1953. After
graduation he had one-year
internship at Duval Medical Center
in Jacksonville. Now thoroughly
prepared to enter his profession, he
came back to lbs hometown and
opened practice here in July of
1954.

Dr. John A. Dyal
Dr. John A. Dyal is a rather
recent comer to this county, but has
already developed into one of
Perry's popular citizens. Early in
July (1957), Dr. Dyal opened an
office over the O'Quinn Drug
Store, and he expects to devote
most of his practice to surgery. He
grew up in Woodbine, a small town
in the southernmost part of


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s Georgia, where he attended public
'schools, and upon graduating
attended Emory University,
r graduating with an A. M. degree.
Deciding to make surgery his life
work, Dr. Dyal entered the Medical
College at Augusta, Ga. Following
graduation he spent the time of his
internship in Jefferson Davis
Hospital, Houston, Texas. He
recently completed four years of
, surgical residency at Duval
Medical Center in Jacksonville.
Dr. Dyal is 34 years of age,
married and has one child.
Dr. C.R. Wiley
S- Dr.C. R Wiley is 36 years old, a'
graduate of Northwestern Medical
School of Chicago,' of the class of
1950. This college is one of the
largest and most noted medical
schools in .America. Following
graduation and& the completion of
his internship, Dr. Wiley opened an
office in Wildwood, where he
practiced for three years. He
moved to Perry three years ago and
enjoys a fine practice,' has a great
number of friends- and is very
active in all organizations for
community betterment.

Dr. R.J. Greene
Dr. R. J. Greene is the senior
practicing physician of Perry. He
was born in Georgetown, Ga.,
where he grew up and attended
high school: After graduating from
high school, Dr. Greene attended
the Atlanta Medical College (now
Emory) and graduated in medicine
and surgery in 1914. He first
opened practice in Perry in the
latter part of the same year, but
soon afterward World War I came


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along and he went to the Army,
going through the big fight and
coming out with a captain's
commission. He at once returned
to Perry, when discharged, and in
August of 1919, reopened his
office here where he has been
-actively practicing ever since. Dr.
Greene is a man with a tremendous
capacity for making and keeping
friends, and is one of the best
known men in his profession in
this section of Florida.
Dr. Walter J. Baker
Dr. Walter J. Baker, whose office
is in Foley, near the big pulp mill,
is a longnme resident of Taylor
County and a most interesting
man. He was born in McDonough,
La., April 19, 1892, and attend
public schools there until
graduating from high school. He
entered Tulane Medical University,
New Orleans, graduating in 1915.






THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD


Aug. 31, 1972

MYSTERY SURROUNDS
BURNING INCIDENT
Dean Wallace, 21, was receiving
treatment at Doctors' Memorial
Hospital for burns covering 75
percent of his body. He was found
wandering on Beach Road and
transported by deputies for
medical care, but they were unable
to question him extensively
because of his injuries. The
officers did report that he
mumbled something .about
"someone burning a house down."
On the same night, a house on'
Beach Road burned to the
ground...and the, investigation
continued.

HOMESTEAD GETS
NEW ADDRESS
A front page picture showed
Mrs. Helen Blue presenting Mrs.
Grace Gibson the original
Homestead Certificate for the
Wiley Whiddon home which
would be the nucleus of the
pioneer complex at Forest Capital
Park. The certificate was issued
during the presidency of Theodore
Roosevelt although the home was
erected long before that time.
Mrs. Blue, the 85-year-old
widow of D.W. Blue, moved into
the homestead with her husband
and four children in 1908.
Documents included a deed to
Whiddon from the Internal
Improvement Fund dated July 20,
1863.

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT
DROPS AGAIN...
Taylor County schools opened
last week with 132 fewer students
in grades kindergarten through 12,
than last year. Here are the
numbers for 1972: junior high had


That same year he came to Taylor
County and opened practice in the
lumber town of Loughridge in the
western part of the county. When
the war broke out in 1917, he
entered the Army as a surgeon and
stayed through the conflict, being
discharged from the army on
March 28, 1919. He stayed in
Louisiana for a year following this
and then came to Perry in 1921 to
open up practice at Carbur, a
former big lumber camp. In 1929
he moved to his present location at
Foley, where he has been
practicing since.
Dr. Baker says he feels that he
has had a full and useful life as a
general practitioner and would not
care to do any differently, if it were
to do over. One interesting
observation that he made was, that
in his years of practice, he had
delivered over 3,000 babies--and
only five of them in hospitals.



Sat the past


598 pupils; fiigh school had 1036
(compared to 1066 the previous
year); Perry Elementary counted
745; Gladys Morse had 911; Perry
Primary had 428; and Steinhatchee
School had 99. The Vo-Tech
enrollment was up by 12 students,
but no total was given.

WILLIAMS WINS
MAYOR'S RACE
Dr. Conrad T. Williams won the
run-off for the office of Mayor of
the City of Perry, defeating Kay
Porter 369-252.

ELEPHANT ATTACKS
ZOO KEEPER
An employee, at Florida Reptile
Land, south of Perry, was treated at
the local hospital after an elephant
got loose from his, restraining
chain, threw the man against the
wall of his cage and proceeded to
butt and lash him with his trunk.

BEAUTIES WITH
BRAINS
Three of the contestants for this
year's Florida Forest Festival
Queen were featured on front
page, in, bathingsuits. This week's
spotight shone on Sandra Davis,
Terry Giddens and Glenda
McKinney.

REPUBLICAN DELEGATES
Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Ware were
pictured in the lobby of the
Barcelona Hotel in Miami Beach
where the Republican National
Convention was being held.

THREE NEW
RESIDENTS
New babies were welcomed by:
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Durden who
announced the birth of their
daughter, Jacquelin Joan, on Aug.
25; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cole
Saunders who told of the arrival of
"-* Please see page 7


Back in the olden days before electronic mail
there was a spot that held incredible mystery to
me. Located on the corner of our property on
Center Street was a shiny, silver mailbox. It was
an ordinary looking mailbox compared to today's
model. It's only decoration was a bright red flag.
But, in my eyes the ordinary looks were deceiving
because I knew the magical deliveries that it held
each day.
Truth is, I love mail. I always have. I can still
remember the thrill of walking to the mailbox to
get the latest mail delivery. As I opened the
mailbox, the adventure of the unknown cascaded
into my daily life. Although I don't have a mailbox
in my front yard, I still feel the same way as I
head to the post office to collect our daily mail. I
can't wait to read it. I even read the junk mail.
By the time I was four I was finally tall enough
to reach the mailbox.. I had figured out the
connection between the nice gentleman in the
postman's suit and the arrival of wonderful
material that I could use to make paper airplanes
or paper dolls. With all the patience of a caring
parent, Mama would make the short trip across
the yard with me, standing to the side as I rose on
tiptoes to reach inside the mailbox. With my heart
strumming a steady beat, I slowly withdrew my
hand and handed the treasure to Mama. "Um,
would you look at that," said Mama as she looked
through the mail. I tried to take a sneak-peak to
find out what the "um" was about but Mama was
quicker as she stacked the mail together for the
trip back to the house.
Finally settled on the front porch with me
perched as close to Mama as possible, she sorted
through the day's mail. Each letter was given
special attention. Some were opened instantly.
With some Mama would purse her lips and hold
it up to the sunlight as if she could see the
contents without actually opening it. After a
careful inspection of each one she sorted some to
"the keep" pile, some to the discard pile and some
to my pile. My stack contained colorful
advertisements from local businesses and the odd
assortment of no importance to Mama. These
pieces of ordinary paper became vehicles for my
imagination as I designed wondrous models of
flying machines. Around the holidays I snipped
the papers into tiny pieces to make endless paper
chains for decoration.
The most memorable times were when a catalog
arrived. If the catalog was too large to fit into the
mailbox the postman would hand-deliver it to the
front door. The careful handling of the catalog
was enough to make me realize its value. We
spent hours drooling over the pages of the
catalog. Our imagination transferred our image
to the pages as we dreamed about owning the
beautiful clothes and shoes. I can't ever recall
Mama actually ordering anything from the
catalog but she did use it to copy patterns. Mama
was a master at using the patterns to sew our
clothes. The only difference was no label at the
neckline of the dress.
When Mama had exhausted the use of the
catalog she passed it along to me. I went through
the pages slowly selecting the most beautiful
women, the most handsome men and precious
children to become my paper-doll families. Using
scissors, I cut the paperdolls and lined them up
against the wall. Next came the furnishing for
their house complete with rugs, bedspreads,
pillows and dishes. With my paper family
assembled, we moved into a cardboard house and
their life in Perry began. I named them and they
took on extraordinary personalities as I moved
them about in their make-believe world. After
endless days of play, when one would become so
worn their features faded, I conducted a funeral
for them. The proceedings were carried out in
proper manner complete with burial.
Eventually I outgrew the ability to imagine
paper as anything other than paper but I never
outgrew my thrill with the wonder of daily mail.
You just never know what lies behind your post
office box. With just the turn of a key your entire
life could change. It could be a letter informing
you that a long-lost relative had made you their
sole heir. Or perhaps a letter from Uncle Sam
requesting an appointment to discuss last year's
earnings. Either way, when "you've got mail" life
is amazing.


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B-5 Perry News-Herald September 14-15, 2007



Featured Creature


Expert: 'Manatees not on





the brink of extinction'


"Manatees are not on the
brink of extinction," said Dr.
John Reynolds, chairman of the
U.S. Marine Mammal Com-
mission and senior scientist at
Mote Marine Lab at Sarasota.
"As long as we are vigilant
about identifying and control-
ling future threats to the species,
manatees will be with us for a
very long time."
Experts have run computer
models, considering major fac-
tors that might affect manatees,
and all of them suggested mana-
tees will still be around 100
years from now although there
may be a long-term population
decline and a shift in distribu-
tion.
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) scientists say manatees
rank among the most researched
and well-studied marine mam-
mals in the world. The manatee
conservation effort is a case
study in endangered species
public policy and is chronicled
in books, technical journals and
popular news media.
Manatees no longer meet
any of the requirements for
listing as an endangered species
at the state level, but they do
qualify for listing as a threat-
ened species. Both endangered
and threatened species receive
all the protections necessary to
nudge them away from the gap-
ing jaws of extinction.
Later in September, the FWC
will consider final action on a


proposal to reclassify, manatees
as threatened. That prospect has
raised objections from people
who believe manatees should
stay on the endangered species
list, even though they don't
qualify for-it.
"That wouldn't make any
sense," said Dr. Elsa Haubold,
one of the FWC's biologists. "If
we didn't classify species in the
categories where they belong,
there would be no point in clas-
sifying them at all."
"The FWC has drafted a
management plan that lays out
protection measures and actions"
the state and its partners can do
to secure the manatee popula-
tion for generations to come and
ultimately to the point where the
agency can remove manatees
from the imperiled species list
entirely."
Meanwhile, the FWC's Fish
and Wildlife Research Institute's
(FWRI) scientists are looking at
manatee mortality and rescue,
condition of the population, the
animals' behavior and human
activities that affect their behav-
ior and habitat.
Current projects include:
* Manatee mortality and res-
cue FWRI staff members.
at five coastal field .ation-,
work with law enforcement,
volunteers and other agen-
cies to retrieve carcasses and
rescue distressed animals.
Researchers examine '
carcasses at FWC's tab in .
St. Petersburg to determine


An adult female manatee nurses her two calves in Florida waters. (FWC file, Photo by Pat Rose)


cause of death and gather
other information.
* Manatee population monitor-
ing and assessment Scien-
tists use a variety of methods
to monitor the current and
future status of manatees,
including manatee counts at
winter gathering sites and
estimating survival, popula-
tion growth and reproductive
rates.
* Behavioral Ecology Re-
search on manatee use of
Florida's coastal habitats is


SLaw enforcement and motivated


public keys to manatee survival

State, federal and local law -
enforcement officers man the
front lines in the battle to pro-
tect manatees from threats posed
S"bypeople. .
The Florida Fish and Wildlife i
Conservation Compmissions. I
(FWC's) officers alone devoted
more than 50,000 hours in 2006
to ensuring the safety and
welfare of the state's beloved
"sea cows." They work in
conjunction with local or federal I '
officers when patrolling manatee t
protected areas.
A difficult aspect of enforc- _
ing manatee protection regula- --
tions is dealing with the natural
attraction the gentle, slow-mov- .
ing animals provide for curious .
swimmers. Human contact with
manatees upsets the natural
environment of the animal, ac-
cording to several studies, hnd FWC workers capture an adult manatee for a quick health checkup and imnmdiate
lawmen work to separate n6ana- release back into the wild. (FWC photo)
tees from well-meaning visitors They encourage boaters to can help scientists learn more
in manatee areas. report collisions with manatiees.- about the kinds of boats and
Conservation officials also Those reports may increase the. motors, and the circumstances
S offer general education pro- chance of an injured animal's causing the most problems for
S grams, rescue injured animals, rescue and eventual return to its manatees.
and recover carcasses: natural habitat. In addition, they

What is a manatee?
The Florida manatee Is a large brown-gray marine mammal, shaped sort of like a walrus. It has
two flippers for forelimbs and a broad, rounded tall. Although manatees can grow up to 13 feet long
and weigh 3,000 pounds, average adults fall between 800 and 1,200 pounds and are about 8-10
feet long. Their skin is thick and finely wrinkled with sparse hair seen from head to tail Stiff whiskers
bristle around the mouth.
Manatees, often called sea cows. browse on aquatic plants along the Florida Atlantic and Gulf
S coasts and in shallow, slow moving coastal rivers, estuaries, bays and canals Occq.io.ually, mana-
tees range as far north as Virginia and as far west as Louisiana during the war m 'easorn. but whenr
water temperatures fall below 68 degrees, they return to warm waters in Florida
Females mature sexually at age 3-5 years and bear one or two calves ever y two to three years
after they reach age 6. Males mature as early as age 2 or 3.
Manatees can live 60 years.


How you can help protect manatees


The best ways to help mana-
tees stay on the road to recovery
are to abide by boating rules,
volunteer time to educate others
about manatees and contribute
to organizations who administer
management, educational and
research programs.
The easiest way to contribute
money is to purchase a Save the
Manatee license plate. A manatee


- FLORIDA m


license plate, costs $20 more
than a standard license plate, but
they're pretty and the money
helps fund these programs:
* Rescue of sick or injured
manatees
* Research on the manatee's
ecology and travel patterns
* Manatee necropsy (research
on why a manatee died)
* Distribution of educational
materials
* Protection of sea grass and
manatee habitat
Last fiscal year, manatee li-
cense plate sales generated $1.39
million for these programs.
People who prefer another


type of license plate or would
rather contribute directly to
these programs.can send a
tax-deductible donation to the
Save the Manatee Trust Fund at
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission, Imperiled Species
Management, 620 S. Meridian
St, Mail Box 6A, Tallahassee,
FL 32399-1600.
Have questions? Visit My-
FWC.com.

To report a dead or
injured manatee, call
1-888-404-FWCC


essential to understanding
the resources the animals
need to recover and sustain
a healthy population. By
tracking the movements of
individual manatees, FWRI
biologists collect valuable
information about manatee
seasonal and daily move-
ment patterns, migratory
behavior and habitat needs.
Researchers fit manatees
with satellite-linked trans-
mitters to keep track of
where they go in winter.


* Human Dimensions -
Human-dimension work
aims to asses and character-
ize human influences on the
landscape such as vessel
traffic patterns and boater
behaviors including com-
pliance with regulations.
* Combining our understand-
ing of manatee distributions
and vessel traffic patterns
helps to evaluate areas where
manatees may be more at
risk of interactions with
watercraft.


What do you know...true or false?


The scars on manatees' backs
result from collisions with,
watercraft. Fit C photo)

* The manatee population of
an roughly 3,000 animals
is growing or stable in most
parts of Florida. T or F
* Manatees are protected.
by state and federal laws.
T or F
* A 1,000-pound manatee
can eat 100 150 pounds of
vegetation per day. T or F
* Manatees chew at the rate
of two chews per second.
T orF


* A manatee can't turn its
head, so it has to turn'its
whole body,' T or F
* Scientists can tell how old a
manatee is by counting the
ainniul Irowi't h i ing on its
ear bones. T or F
* The bones in a manatee's
flipper are similar to the
bones in a human hand.
Tor.F
* There are three or four
nails at the end of a
manatee's flipper. T or F
* Manatees have a total 130
feet of small and large
intestines. T or F
* Most, but not all, manatees
return to the same winter
sites every ;enr. TorF
* A manatee can hold its
, breath for up to 20 minutes.
T orF


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Manatee

management

plan will be a

first for Florida

If the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission adopts the proposed
manatee management plan in
September it vill be a first for
Florida.
When Florida first classi-
fied manatees as a threatened
species in 197-4 and later
changed them to endangered
status in 1979, the process
didn't require a new manage-
ment plan. Also, it didn't
hate a standardized evalua-
tion process for classifying
species
That changed in 1999. The
current process requires that
anytime a species is added to,
or reclassified on the imper-
iled species list, scientists
must evaluate the change
under specific measurements
and must produce a manage-
ment plan for the species.
The process for the
pending reclassification of
manatees from endangered
to threatened started in
200 1. FWC scientists and
other experts from outside
the agency examined all the
information they could gather
to determine if the change
was appropriate. The process
also involved gathering input
from the public and included
numerous revisions to the
proposed plan.
The final step is for the
FWC's seven Commissioners
to adopt the final draft of the
new management plan. The
plan is available online at
NI) F\k C.com.
If Conmmissioners approve
Sthe plan during their Sept. 12
meeting at St. Petersburg th
classification will change, and
for the first time, Florida will
have a roadmap of measur-
able goals for recovery of the
species.
The many tasks described
in the plan %%ill require the
cooperation of many state
agencies, the federal govern-
ment. local governments and
the private sector.
The conservation goal
of this plan is to remove
the manatee from the state
imperiled species list and ef-
fectively manage the popula-
tion in perpetuity throughout
Florida by securing habitat
and minimizing threats.


Make your own manatee


Here is an-ea'sy
activity for children to 1.
help them learn about i
manatees. The cost of
materials is small, and
the kids will love the
creative exercise. 2.
Materials for one
manatee:
I gray or black
knee-high stock-
ing (manatee body 3.
case)
A couple of hand-
fuls of fiber-fill
stuffing (as used 4.
with stuffed ani-
mals or pillows) -
I medium size
rubber band 5 /
2 small rubber
bands
I black felt tip Fipper
marker
I piece of card-
board or poster
board cut in the
shape of a light
bulb (straight on
the bottom with
a bulbous round top-this
represents the manatee tail)
Directions:
1. Open the knee-high stock-
ing as you would if you were
going to put it on your foot.
2. Stuff the fiber-fill material
into the stocking until it looks
like a large sausage, leaving
about 3 inches unstuffed near
the knee-high opening.


Stuff
witti
ber-fill material

tt


,Excess
Bottom ~sock
Bottom --


3. Take the light bulb shaped
cutout and slide the straight
end into the fiber-fill inside the
stocking. This adds the tail to
the body of the manatee. The
round end is not covered with
any stuffing
4. Fold the extra stocking
material over and around the
tail cutout and secure it with the
medium size rubber band under-


Tail template
neath the base of the tail.
5. The toe seam of the stock-
ing is the manatee's mouth. Add
dots for eyes with the black
felt marker about an inch from
the mouth on either side of
the head. Add two small dots
between the eyes and the mouth
to represent the nostrils. These
dots should be closer together
than those of the eyes.
6. On the bottom of the
manatee about 3 inches from
the mouth, pinch out flippers
from the fiber-fill and secure the
flippers with the small rubber
bands.
Note to teachers: This is a
great activity for a class to do
when learning about Florida
wildlife. For more manatee edu-
cation materials, visit MyFWC.
com/manatees.










September 14-15, 2007


I I


THE AUCTION FOR SEPTEMBER WILL
BE THE 15TH AND 22ND.
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 North to CR 360 (SW
Mosley Hall Rd) Turn Right, go about 8
miles on the right. AU691-COL. RON COX
AB2490.
9/5-9/28



For Sale: Cherry color vanity with bench,
like new. $50.00. Blue round dining table
with 3 chairs like new. $50.00. Elvis
Loving You Plate, Elvis Remembered
Series. Plate #1739-K 2nd in series, worth
$100 will sell for $40, I paid for it. Call 838-
3033 Pin 1962 after 12 noon,
Queen Pillow-Top Mattress Set. Brand
new in plastic with warranty. 850-222-
*9879.
GCN2
NEW 8 INCH NASA VISCO MEMORY
FOAM mattress set with warranty. Retails
at $1899. MUST move $750. (850)545-
7112
GCN2
SOFA & LOVESEAT. Brand new 100%
MICROFIBER, still wrapped, lifetime
warranty, sacrifice $475. (deliver
available)., (850) 425-8374
GCN2
NEW QUEEN POSTER bedroom set-bed,
dresser, mirror, chest, nightstands. $4000
value, must sell $1600. 850-545-7112.
GCN2
DINING ROOM Beautiful cherry table, 2
arm & 4 side chairs, lighted china cabinet.
Brand new in boxes, can deliver. Must
move, $799. 850-222-7783.
GCN2
Sectional Sofa with 2 built in Recliners,
Gold color, like new $700. Matching
Recliner $200. Sofa and love seat multi-
color $100 each. Exercise equipment::
Bike $50, Treadmill $100, Body by Jake
AB Scissors $75. Call 223-2412.
9/14
FREE FIREWOOD
GAS PLANT RD
584-3380
9/14-10/10



Moving Sale: Saturday & Sunday. Some
furniture, VCR, Humidifier, petite size
clothing, shoes, tools, odds and ends.
Come and see, something for everyone.
114 McNeese Rd. Look for signs 6. Old
Dixie, 19 S. Center St.
9/12-9/14


Yard Sale: Saturday September 15th on
Slaughter Rd beside Highway Patrol
Station. Look for signs.
9/14
Friday & Saturday 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Sadler Drum, Rain or Shine. 4289 W. US
98. Lots of Stuff!!!



For Sale: 1996 Ford Exploxer. 2 New tires
on the front. Runs good $3500 o.b.o
850-971-5538.
9/14
For Sale: 1997 Chrysler Seabring
Convertible $3500. Call 584-4257 or 838-
7998.
9/14-10/10
For Sale: 1996 Ford E-150 Conversion
Van. 77K highway miles, captains chairs,
rear seat folds into bed, Ready to take the
crew on the road or to the game. $3,800
o.b.o.. Call Steve 584-9245 or 1231.
9/14-9/26
For'Sale: 1991 Ford Ranger XLT. Runs
good 1500 o.b.o.. Call 223-3393 leave
message.
9/14
1984 Plymouth Station Wagon. Low
mileage, Excellent Condition. Auto, 4
cylinder. $1,200. Call 672.0952
9/12-9/28
$5,500 O.B.O.- Under Blue Book. 2003
Chevy CAvalier, black, 2 door, tinted
windows. Looks great, coldAC. AC. Apprx.
48K miles. Kelly Blue ook list @ $5699.
Will negotiate. Call 850-584-2912.
9/12-/21
1985 Lincoln Town Car $1500. 1985
Chevy Truck $300, 1/2 ton rear end $125,
513 gears $100, 373 gears $100, 2-12" 6
lug rims $150 for both. Bass tracker boat C
90 house mercury, 15' long trailer $700.
Call 838-4016 after 4:30 p.m.
9/12-9/14
For Sale: 1996 Ford Explorer, 2 new tires
on front, Runs good #3500 o.b.o... Call
850-971-5538.
Automatic transmission with O/D for Ford
Mustang or Ranger, A4LD transmission,
excellent operating condition, 223-3198.
8/31-9/7




A key ring with 2 sets of keys. One set on
each end with purple plastic stretch band
that goes over the waist in the center. Last
in Glenridge, Save-a-Lot or possible
Walmart gas station area. Call 584-5132 if
found.
9/1-4-9/19


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
YardWe buySale ..cal us! Collectibles
Yard Sale P Fle Mal- -tTo
Set-up Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422- 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture
OLD CONSIGNMENT PICK-UP-GIFTS
OF GRACE-IF YOU HAVE ITEMS THAT
WERE PLACED ON CONSIGNMENT
BEFORE JUNE 2007-PLEASE PICK-UP -
BY DECEMBER 1, 2007- ANYTHING For Sale: 2 Dirt Bikes- 1 Yamaha TTR
THAT IS NOT PICKED-UP BY 250-2002, Dirt ikes-1 Yamaha TTR 125-2003
DECEMBER 1, 2007 WILL BECOME 5 0 1 m Tr 1 2oth
PROPERTY OF GIFTS OF GRACE. comes with complete riding gear for both
NEW FALL/WINTER STORE HOURS- 578-bikes.2588 hAskingome or 85 $3600.00. Call Jeff at 850-
TUES... WED, THURS.-3:00-5:30, FRIDAY 578-2588 home or 850-843-1169 cell.
12:30-5:30 AND SATURDAY 10:00-3:00. 9/12-9/28
STILL ACCEPTING CONSIGNMENTS- 2007 Yammaha Grizzly 450 4X4 + Diff-
AT10 ITEMSATATIME-FR SIX M MONTHS Lock-Custom Custom Rear Rack and
ATA TIME 106 E. MAIN ST-ON THE Hitch. For mileage and hours and. price
SQUARE 584-7770. call 584-9498 or 584-9392 after 5:00
9/7GOG
Huge multi-family yard sale: Saturday 15th For Sale: 2004 Suzuki 400 Quad runner
7:00 1:00 2634 Slaughter Rd. Road to left 4XA. Excellent condition $3200 o.b.o. Call
by old Hwy. Patrol Station. Look for signs. 584-7829 after 4:30 p.m. "
For directions call 838-1361. Furniture,
name brand girls clothes sizes 4T & 5T, For Sale 2000 EZ Go Golf Cart., Battery
Big women's clothes, curtains, Queen size operated with accessories $1800.00. Call
bed sets, men's shirts & jeans, 2 printers. 850-838-2925. Price negotiable.
Lots of VHS tapes, VCR, micrometers and 8/29-10/5
lots more! Everything must go!!
914 _---___--_ _
Multi-family yard sale: Saturday Sept. 15th N o CfC.
at 7:30 a.m. 112 Maple Dr. off Ash St. Come
Baby clothes from 3 months to 12 months,
infant car seat, walker, playpen almost Join the
new, gas heater(new). Name brand clothes
for teenagers, men's shirts large and extra Fun!
large and also women's clothes. Lots of
other items.
9/14
"BIG" YARD SALE: 602 West Bay St., B IN G O
Stove, oven, furniture, pictures, comforter
sets, clothing, golf clubs, etc..LOOK FOR
SIGNS!!! I soil t J
9/14ECC Early Bird 6 p.m.
There will be a yard/bake sale at Dr. Regular 7 p.m.
Schlicks office on Saturday, September -
15, 2007 616 S. Jefferson St., 8a.m. until Clu
1'p.m. All proceeds to benefit our team Shrine C lu b
"Maddie Moo's" for March of Dimes 2007. (Hwy. 19 North) 584-2434
Please come out and support our team. (H ub1 y r1 No rh ol4-4
9/14 *Must be 18 yrs. or older


WANT TO BUY
Old Fireplace Brick
Gold (scrap) ~ Diamonds ~ Old Comic Books
Coins (silver) & Paper Money ~ Taylor County Memorabilia

Used Furniture
Bedroom Dining Room Living Room Bedding .. ,.
CallMarkSouh .rlnd (50)584-021 soho -mn
183VVMi 6 6TH O S PryFL24


Small ads...big deals


I In il


Puppies for Sale: Chihuahua, very small,
1 female, 3 males. Small American
Eskimo, Small Marimma. All have papers,
shots and have been wormed. Call 386-
294-1604 or 386-688-2822.
9/14-9/21
Chocolate Lab puppies. Dad is AKC
Registered. Both Mom & Dad on site.
Shots, wormed & ready to go home Sept.
25th $100. each. 4 males/3 females. Pick
yours now. 850-843-0259
9/12-9/14
For Sale: CKC Registered Shih tzu Male,
1 1/2 yrs. old. Caught up on all shots.
Good with kids, fenced in yard req. S300
call 584-4808 leave message.




For Sale: Warrior Creek Subdivision in
Cul de sack. Asking $30,000. for more
information call Mark Espich 772-584-
2845.
9/14-9/26.

For Sale By Owner Near Keaton Beach
2,305 sq. ft. 2004 DWMH on 1.25+ acres, 4
bedroom, 2.5 bath, central heat/air, 3
decks, skirting, gutters, 2 car garage, boat
shelter,' heated in ground pool, fenced
back yard. gravel driveway, 2 wells, septic
tank, sprinkler system, water softener.
$10,000 and Assume mortgage, call 850-
578-3094 for apt.
9/14-10/10


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.
7/12tfnSGR
FORECLOSURE 4BR DWMH ON 2+
acres in Spring Warrior. $89,947..., MUST
.ACT FAST. Call 850-838-9090.
tfn IHP
Land for Sale, 221 North between Shiloh
'Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acier
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please Call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
3/21-tfnEF
!!! 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.
tfn IHP
'Newly remodeled office Suites available
"for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401.
6/tfnSGR


CLOSE OUT 1 ONLY 28X70 3BDi2BH
CEDAR LOG MOBILE HOME WITH
COVERED PORCH. Delivery and set up
for S79.995. please call Prestige Home
Centers in Chiefland. Also open Sunday
12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or 800-477-2492.
3/16tfnPH
How about a new mobile home for as little
as S150 bi weekly? Call for details.
Prestige Home Centers in Chiefland. Also
open Sunday 12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or
800-477-2492
3/16tfnPH
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.
3/16tfnPH
Mobile Home for Sale: 2 bedroom. 2 bath
mobile home. Kitchen with center island
and china cabinet. Garden bath in master
bedroom. 1990 in excellent condition. New
carpet, Ready to move to your 'lot Lv.
Message at 850-223-1714.
For Sale: Perfect Hunting & Fishing MR.
69,000 actual miles, completely gone
through mechanically. $4500 o.b.o. Call
850-584-9568.
9/12tfnBBS
No down for Landowners! Even if you still
owe, Call us for info. Prestige Home
Centers in Chiefland. Also open Sunday
12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or 800-477-2492.
3/16tfnPH


Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
Rental assistance available. HUD
vouchers accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC & non-
HC accessible apartments. Office hours
are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Thurs. Call 850-
584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett Rd,
Perry, Fl, 32347. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
5;2tfnSV
Woodridqe Apartments
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
6/11WA
One Bedroom Apartment for Rent. Gas.
electric, cable included. Great area, use of
pool. No drugs or pets. Call 838-2455 or
371-1414.
9/7-9/28


For Rent: 900 Sq. Ft. One bedroom. one
bath 2nd story apartment. Adults only. No
pets. $600 a month, plus S300 damage
deposit. Includes utilites. Available Oct 1.
2007. Call 850-578-2356 leave a
message.
8/29-9114
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $550
required S45 deposit, $154 weekly or S40
daily plus tax. 317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy.
850-584-7033.
9/7tfnLS
Westgate Hotel Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave. TV w/cable. AC/
Heater. Everything included. S154 weekly
or S40 daily plus tax. (RV sites also
available) 1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-
843-8151.
9/7tfnLS
For Rent: Available for 6 8 month lease. 1
BR. 1 BA, furnished Apt. Located on the
Gulf at Keaton Beach. No Smoking, No
Children, No pets. $850 month, includes
electric, water, sewer and cable TV. 850-
838-2755.
9/7tfnDC
For Rent: Taking Applications on 2 BR
Mobile Home. Central Air, very clean will
accept 1 very sTall child. No pets. 584-
4366.
9/14-9/26
House for Rent: 3 BR & 1 BA on 12 Susan
St., $650 a month. For more information
call 850-843-8524 or 786-426-1489.
9/14-10/10 OLS
For Rent:: 2 B/R 1 Bath Mobile Home Total
electric, central H/A. $400 per month, plus
$250 deposit. Application and References
Required. Call 584-3889. '
9/14RB
Beautiful Home for Rent: Near Keaton
Beach. 2BR/2BA, Fitst, Last and Security
Dep6sit'with 1 year lease. Furnished Call
223-1849
9/12-9/1,4'




Check Station Positions Available
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission is hiring for
seasonal work at check stations during the
upcoming archery and general gun hunting
seasons. Positions available in Taylor
County. Pays $6.67 per hour. Positions
begin September 22, 2007. For details call
(850) 838-901F. or stop by the Big Bend
Field Office at 663 Plantation Rd. in Perry.
EO/AA v ,'i"A i
7/25-9/19
Part Time Relief Advoate
Provide crisis intervention with callers &
residents. Assist in community living.
Overnights, evenings, some weekend &
holidays. EOE. Send resume w/cover
letter to: Refudge House, Inc. PO Box
20910, TIh. Fl 32316. Open until filled.
Refuge House, Inc. is committed to
respecting and valuing diversity.
9/7-9/20RHI
Wanted: Participants for legal research
project on Saturday, September 15,2007
from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Must be at
least 1,8years old. Good Pay! Call (850)
681-6196 between 1:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.
(8/29-9/7run) ,


The City of Perry
is hiring for the following
positions:

Heavy Equipment Operator
(Street Department)
Req: Must have a valid Florida
Drivers License and be able to
obtain a CDL within 6 months of
I employment.
Salary Range: S10.49-S14.45

Maintenance Laborer
(Recteation Department)
Req: Must have a valid-Florida
Drives License.
Salary Range: $7.81-S11.03

Truck Driver/Laborer
(Sanitation Department)
Req: Must have a valid Florida
Drivers License and be able to obtain
a CDL within 6 months
of employment.
Salary Range: $8.61-$12.17

Applications are available:
Online: Applications and job
Descriptions are available at
www.employflorida corn
(Register as a job seeker. Search in Taylor County
Click on desired position.)
Send printed and completed
Application via mail
To: Employment Connections
200 West Base Street 2nd Floor
.Madison. FL 32340
or
Fax: (850) 973-9757
Employment Connections Mobile Unit
Wednesday's from 8 00 am to 5 00 pm in the
Kmart parking lot (1809 S Byron Butler Pkwy)
Employment Connections Madison Office
Located at 200 W Base S. Mad)son..FL,3234,, .
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
AFFIRMATIVE ACI ION EMPLOYER

GEORGIA-FLORIDA BARK & MULCH IS
LOOKING FOR EXPERIENCED CLASS
A TRUCK DRIVERS WITH A CLEAN
DRIVING RECORD TO DO LOCAL
HAULING. APPLICATIONS MUST BE
MADE IN PERSON AT 863 HIGHWAY 27
EAST, PERRY. FLORIDA. CALL ONLY IF
DIRECTIONS ARE NECESSARY 850-
584-4807.
9/12-9/28
Avon Reps Needed! How would you like to
be your own boss? Start your own
business. I can show you how. S10 start-
up kit. Call BJ Today! 850-584-6289 or
850-843-2605.
8/1-9/1


WANTED

MAINTENANCE MAN
Guarantee 40 hours with transportation
furnished. Knowledge of painting, wood working,
some electrical and plumbing.
All aspects of property maintenance. Must have
good driving record and references.
Compensation based upon experience.

401 K Plan, Paid Vacation, Health Insurance &
Paid Sick Leave. We have a drug free work place
and equal opportunity employer. Apply in person.


Ware Oil & Supply Co., Inc.
2715 S. Byron Butler Parkway
Perry, Florida 32348








RNs* LPNs* CNAs
Full-time *Part-time PRN positions available

Call Sue Love, RN. DON 850-584-6334



COOK (fulltime)

Dietary Aides

Call Cheryl Ellis 850-584-6334


Marshall Health & Rehab Center
207 Marshall Dr. Perry
l ruig! ri r Workplt: I qu l Opportirity Imiployor


IRONWOOD HOMES OF PERRY

850-838-9090


2 BR $29,990!!

S- 3 BR $39,990!!!

.-. a . 4 BR $52,990 !!!!

S.... 5 BR $67,990 !!!!


Absolutely NO HIDDEN COSTS

,,prices above include delivery, set-up,

AC, skirting, and steps!!!
**Delivery included up to 50 miles from dealership**


MARTIN

ELECTRONICS, INC.
is currently accepting applications for

ASSEMBLERS

MACHINE OPERATORS

AND PLAYERS

Competitive benefits. All applicants are subject
to pre-employment drug screening and a
background check by BATF. Bring picture ID and
Social Security card or Birth Certificate and apply.
at the Employ Florida Mobile Unit in the K-mart
parking lot on Wednesdays.

AAE/EEO/VP


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B-7 Perry News-Herald September 14-15, 2007


TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
COMMISSIONERS L..;d clearing, tree trimming/ removal,


Engineer- FT $50,024-56.305-DOQ
Firefighter/EMT $10.78 hr.
Mechanic- $11.88- $13.37 hr.
Emergency Management Secretary S8.44
hr. 20 hrs. @ wk.

Job descriptions and applications can be
obtained from www.taylorcountygov.com.
www.employflorida.com or One Stop
Mobile Unit located in Kmart Parking Lot
on Wednesday. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Applications
must be submitted to Employment
Connections 200 W. Base Street.
Madison, FL. 32340. fax number 850-973-
9757, or emailed to bains(@nfwdb.org.
9/7tfn
LPN or MEDICAL ASSISTANT
immediate opening in busy medical clinic
in Perry. Fl Great interpersonal skills.
Proficient computer skills, and clinic'
experience is required. Phlebotomy
certification is preferred. Must be able to
multl 'ask in a fast paced environment.

Please fax resume to:
850-223-3047, or mail to: 409 E. Ash Street
Perry. Fl 32347

EOE/DFWP/M-F
: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.
www.deliveringonthepromise.com/40536269
8/17-9/28
Driver- Jacksonville Terminal
CT TRANSPORTATION
HOME EVERY WEEKEND
GUARANTEED!.
TOP PAY for Exo'd Drivers!
NO TOUCH FREIGHT
65% preload/pretarped
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com
9/14

TRUCK DRIVERS WANTED
GEORGIA-FLORIDA BARK & MULCH IS
LOOKING FOR EXPERIENCED CLASS
A TRUCK DRIVERS WITH A CLEAN
DRIVING RECORD TO DO LOCAL
HAULING. APPLICATIONS MUST BE
.MADE IN PERSON AT 863 HIGHWAY 27
EAST, PERRY, FLORIDA. CALL ONLY IF
DIRECTIONS ARE NECESSARY 850-
584-4807.

RESERVATIONS---RETAIL CLERK
Steinhatchee Landing, Resort,
Steinhatchee Florida, seeks a
reservations/store clerk. Must have a
likable personality and work well with other
people. Needs experience in Word and
Excel. Full time position offered. Must
work some weekends. Two weeks paid
vacation plus holidays. Pleasant working
environment. Call (352) 498-5678 for an
appointment.
9/14
NOTICE: PUBLIC VACANCY
ANNOUNCEMENT
ANNOUNCEMENT #2008-55
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT ,,;,,
POSTING DATE: Monday, September 10,
2007
DEADLINE FOR APPLYING: Monday,
September 17, 2007
(12:00)
The following position is being advertised
as a vacancy for the 2007-2008 school
year. This position is open to school board
employees and the general public.
"Request to Transfer" forms may be
picked up at each work site. Interested
applicants please contact the Taylor One
Stop Career Center, (850) 491-4612 or the
Superintendent of Schools' Office at (850)
838-2500. Taylor County School Board
adheres to a drug-free workplace policy.
Drug Testing with a negative result is
reQuired.
If reasonable ADA accommodations are
needed for the application process, please
notify our Personnel Director during the
application period at (850) 838-2500.
Non-Instructional Administrative Position,
Administrative Complex:
Director of Finance-Position #900375501
Contact: Oscar M. Howard Jr. 850-838-
2500.
q/12tfnTCSB
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.
3/30tfnBC






Stump Grinding
Reasonable Rates
Reliable Service
(850) 843-2957


dump truck service, harrowing, bush hog
mowing. rake work. dirt leveling and
complete lawn service. Call 584-6737.
3;9tfnAZ


Swann

Bail

Bonds .

Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
"Where Everyday Is Springtime"
107 N 584-2757
SJefferson St. 5 4- 7

Th.e 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#
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experience
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market & restaurant needel, traffic count
6000 daily, Lamont, FL, $175,000.
All Realty Services 850-973-9990
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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE
PERMIT MODIFICATION
The Department of Environmental
Protection gives notice of its intent to
issue q permit modification (File No. 62-
136116-003-EM) to Buckeye for a five-
year extension of DEP Permit No.
622768899. The new expiration date of
the permit construction phase will be
December 22, 2012. .
The treated effluent pipeline and
appurtenant structures is a linear
project located between Section' 8.
Township 5 South,. Range 8 East and
Section 36, Township 5 South, Range 5
East. in Taylor County, within the
landward extent of the Fenholloway
River, Class III waters. ,
Under this intent to issue, the permit is
hereby granted subject to the
applicant's compliance with any
requirement in this intent to publish
notice of this intent in a newspaper of
general circulation, and to provide
proof of such publication in
accordance with section 50.051 of the
Florida Statutes. This action is final and
effective on the date filed with the
Clerk of the Department unless a
sufficient petition for an administrative
hearing is timely filed under sections
120.569 and. 120.57 of the Florida
Statutes as provided below. If a
sufficient petition for an administrative
hearing is timely filed, this intent to.issue
automatically becomes only proposed
agency action on the application,
subject to the result of the
administrative review process.
Therefore, on the filing of a timely and
sufficient petition, this action will not be'
final and effective until further order of
* the Depprtment. When proof of
publication is provided, if required by
this intent, and if a sufficient petition is
not timely filed, the permit will be issued
as a ministerial action. Because an
administrative hearing may result in the
reversal or substantial modification of "
this action, the applicant is advised not
to commence construction or other
activities until the deadlines noted
below for filing a petition for an
administrative hearing or request for an
extension of time have expired and
until the permit has been executed,and
d slivered. ,.
Mediation is not available.
A person whose substantial interests are
affected by the Department's action
may petition for an administrative
proceeding (hearing) under sections
120.569 and 120.57 of the Florida
Statutes. The petition must contain the
information set forth below and must
be filed (received by the clerk) in the
Office of General Counsel of the
Department at 3900 Commonwealth
, Boulevard, Mail Station 35, Tallahassee,
Florida 32399-3000.
Under rule 62-110.106(4) of the Florida
Administrative Code, a person whose
substantial interests are affected by the
Department's action may also request
an extension of time to file a petition for
an administrative hearing., The
Department may, for good cause
shown, grant the request -for an
extension of time. Requests for
extension of time must be filed with the
Office of General Counsel of the
Department at 3900 Commonwealth
Boulevard. Mail Station 35, Tallahassee,
Florida 32399-3000, before the
applicable deadline. A timely request
for extension of time 'shall toll the
running of the time period for filing a
petition until the request is acted upon.
If a request is filed late, the Department
may still grant it upon a motion by the
requesting party showing that the
failure to file a request for an extension
of time before the deadline was the
result of excusable neglect.

If a timely and, sufficient petition for an
adriministrative hearing is filed, other,
persons whose substantial interests will
be affected by the outcome of the
administrative process have the right to
petition to intervene in the proceeding.
Intervention will be permitted only at
the discretion of the presiding officer
upon the filing of a motion in
compliance with rule 28-106.205 of the
Florida Administrative Code.



Come one... iN
come all!

PERRY ELKS



BINGO

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


In accordance with rules 28-106.111(2)
and 62-110 106(3)(a)(4). petitions for on
odministrohtie hearing by the applicant
must be filed within 21 days of receipt
of this written notice. Petitions filed by
any persons other than the applicant.
and other than those entitled to written
notice under section 120.60(3) of the
Florida Statutes must be filed within 21
days of publication of the notice or
within 21 days of receipt of the written
notice, whichever occurs first. Under
section 120.60(3) of the Florida Statutes,
however, any person who has asked
the Department for notice of agency
action may file a petition within 21 days
of receipt of such notice, regardless of
the date of publication.
The petitioner shall mail a copy of the
petition to the applicant at the address
indicated above at the time of filing.
The failure of any person to file a
petition for an administrative hearing
within the appropriate time period shall
constitute a waiver of that person's right
to request an administrative
determination (hearing), under sections
120.569 and 120.57 of the Florida
Statutes. ,
A petition that disputes the material
facts on which the Department's action
is based must contain the following
information:
(a) The name and address of each
agency affected and each agency's
file or identification number, if known;
(b) The name, address, and telephone
number of the petitioner; the name,
address, and telephone number of the
petitioner's representative, if any, which
shall be the address for service
purposes during the course of thp
proceeding; and an explanation of
how the petitioner's substantial interests
are or will be affected by the agency
determination;
(c) A statement of when and how
the petitioner received notice of the
agency decision;
(d) A statement of all disputed issues of
material fact. If there are none, the
petition must so indicate; '
(e) A concise statement of the ultimate
facts alleged, including the specific
facts that the petitioner contends
warrant reversal or modification of the
agency's proposed action;
(f) A statement of the specific rules or
statutes that the petitioner contends
require reversal or modification- of the
agency's proposed action; and
(g) A statement of the relief sought by
the petitioner, stating precisely the
action that the petitioner wishes the
agency to take with respect to the
agency's proposed action.
A petition that does not dispute the
material facts on which the
Department's action is based shall state
that no such facts are in dispute and
otherwise shall contain the some
information as set forth above, as
required by rule 28-106.301.
Under sections 120.569(2)(c) and (d) of
the Florida Statutes, a petition for
administrative hearing must be
dismissed by the agency if the petition
does not substantially comply with the
above requirements or is untimely filed.
This intent to issue constitutes an order
of the Department. Subject to the
provisions of paragraph 120.68(7) (a) of
the Florida Statutes, which may require
a remain d for an administrative hearing,
,, the 3 opallce i h14ds the(r-sIht4 itteek
judicial review of the order under
section 120.68 of the Florida Statutes,
by the filing of a notice of appeal
under rule 9.110 of the Florida Rules of
Appellate Procedure with the Clerk of
the Department in the Office of
General Counsel. 3900 Commonwealth
Boulevard. Mail Station 35, Tallahassee,
Florida. 32399-3000; and by filing a
copy of the notice of appeal
accompanied by the applicable filing
fees with the appropriate district court
of appeal. The notice of appeal must
be filed within 30 days from the date
when the order is filed with the Clerk of
the Department. The applicant, or any
party within. the meaning of section
373.114(l)(a) or 373.4275 of the Florida
Statutes, may also seek appellate
review of the order before the Land
and Water Adjudicatory Commission
under section 373.114(1) or 373.4275 of
the Florida Statutes. Requests for review
before the Land and Water
Adjudicatory Commission must be filed
with the Secretary of the Commission
and served to the Department within
20 days from.the date when the order is
filed with the Clerk of the Department.
9/14Buckeye legal 9/
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY
CIRCUIT CIVIL CASE NO. 07-461-CA
WACHOVIA BANK, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, Plantiff, v. MACKY
WILLIAMS: et al. Defendants. NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dates August
27, 2007, and entered in Case No, 07-
461-CA of the Circuit Court for Taylor
County, Florida, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the front
steps of Taylor County Courthouse, 108
North Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida, at
11:00 a.m on the 27th day of
September, 2007, at 11:00 a.m., the
' following described property as set
fourth in said Summary Final Judgment:
Lot 19, Bloek B, PARKVIEW SUBDIVISION,
according to plot thereof recorded in
Plat Book 1, Page 28, public records of
Taylor County, Florida. TOGETHER WITH
all improvements now or hereafter
erected on the property, and all
easements, rights, appurtenances,
rents, royalties, mineral, oil and gas rights
and profits water rights and stock and all
Sfixtures now or hereafter attached to the
property. ANY PERSON CLAIMING ANY
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE,
IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60)
DAYS AFTER THE SALE. WITNESS my and
the seal of this Court in August 28, 2007.
SANNIE MAE MURPHY Clerk of the County
Court by: Marti Lavalle, Deputy Clerk.
9/14


Pursuant to Section 2.13(B) of the City
Charter of the City of Perry. Florida,
notice is hereby given that the City
Council hod Introduction and First
Reading on Ordinance No. 850,
Ordinance No. 851, Ordinance No. 852
and Ordinance No. 853 on September
13, 2007 in the City Council Chambers,
224 S. Jefferson Street. Perry, Florida. The
Public Hearing and Final Reading on
Ordinance No. 850, Ordinance No. 851.
Ordinance No. 852 and Ordinance No.
853 is scheduled for the City Council
Regular Meeting, Council Room 224 S.
Jefferson Street, -Perry, Florida on
September 25, 2007 at 6:30 p. m. or as
soon thereafter as possible. Any
interested persons may appear and be
heard on the aforementioned public
hearing dote. Notice is -also given,
pursuant to Florida Statutes 286.0105 that
any person deciding to appeal any
decision of the City Council with respect
to any matter considered at the meeting
will need a record of that meeting and
may need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made;
which record includes the testimony and
evidence upon whith the appeal is to
be based.
ORDINANCE NO. 850
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PERRY,
FLORIDA PERTAINING TO THE
AMENDMENT OF ORDINANCE NO. 567,
APPENDIX A, SCHEDULE OF FEES AND
CHARGES; B-NEW SERVICE
CONNECTIONS AND E-SERVICE CALLS,
"SECTION 261,38, A WATER RATES;
PROVIDING FOR THE SEVERABILITY OF THE
PARTS HEREOF IF DECLARED INVALID;
REPEALING ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT;
PROVIDING FOR READING BY TITLE ONLY;
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 851
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PERRY.
FLORIDA PERTAINING TO THE
AMENDMENT OF ORDINANCE NO 568,
APPENDIX A, SCHEDULE OF FESS AND
CHARGES; SECTION 26-122, SEWER RATES
AND CHARGES; PROVIDING FOR THE
SEVERABILITY OF THE PARTS HEREOF IF
DECLARED INVALID;- REPEALING
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; PROVIDING
FOR READING BY TITLE ONLY; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 852
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PERRY.
FLORIDA PERTAINING TO THE
'AMENDMENT OF ORDINANCE NO. 566,
APPENDIX A, .SCHEDULE OF FEES AND
CHARGES; SECTION 12-3, GAS SERVICE
FEES AND CHARGES; PROVIDING FOR THE
SEVERABILITY OF THE PARTS HEREOF IF
DECLARED INVALID; REPEALING
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; PROVIDING
FOR READING BY TITLE ONLY AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Copies of said Ordinance No. 850,
Ordinance No. 851, and Ordinance No.
852 may be inspected at the


Old band uniforms donated'


GLANCE
Continued from page B-4
Stanley Benjamin on Aug. 26; and
Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Murphy
who announced the birth of
SLicgl.D a onR 2,, -...

WEDDING PICTURES
Large photographs told of the
weddings of Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey
Lynn Mclnnis, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ronnie Brafford.


BAND DONATES
TO BOYS' RANCH
The school board approved a
recommendation by Taylor County
High School Band Director Dean
Mann that old band uniforms be
idoqaTe&-m -1
Boys' Ranch Included in the
donation would be 112 uniform
coats, 86 pairs of trousers, 72 caps,
12 majorette uniforms, 12 pairs of
boots, one drug major's uniform
and one band director's uniform.


GULF COAST

METAL 53'Wide

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-Full line of 3'
accessories in stock Painted

Special Flashings Made All 'pes Warranted MetalAvailable
(CIt toi your desired ngtilt.s'i Deliviry Service AAvailable
Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, Fl.


Administration Office of City Hall, 224 S.
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida between
the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.
Robert A. Brown. Jr.
City Manager
Emily Weed Ketring
Mayor
9/14



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,. THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No. 07-758-CP
In Re: The Estate of:
THELMA K. PORTER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
THELMA K. PORTER, deceased, whose
-date of death was August 28, 2007; File
Number 07-758-CP is pending in the
Circuit Court for Taylor County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which is
Post Office 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 decedent's estate, on whom a
copy of this notice has been served,
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands.
against decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this notice
is: SEPTEMBER 14, 2007.
SMITH & SMITH
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, P.A.
MICHAEL S. SMITH
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bar No. 169621
P.O. Drawer 579
Perry, Florida 32348
Telephone: (850) 584-3812
Fax: (850) 584-7148
HENRY LEE
Personal Representative
8849 Highway 19 South
Perry, Florida 32348
9/14






i.8 Perry News-Herald September 7-8, 2007


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