Group Title: Perry News-Herald (Perry, Fla.)
Title: Perry news-herald
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028293/00143
 Material Information
Title: Perry news-herald
Alternate Title: Perry news herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Perry News-Herald
Publisher: Perry News-Herald (Perry, FL)
s.n.
Place of Publication: Perry Fla
Publication Date: September 28, 2007
Copyright Date: 2007
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Perry (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Taylor County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Taylor -- Perry
Coordinates: 30.114444 x -83.5825 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 29, no. 32 (Oct. 9, 1958)-
General Note: William E. Griffin, editor.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028293
Volume ID: VID00143
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltuf - ADA9537
oclc - 10545720
alephbibnum - 000581379
lccn - sn 84007801
issn - 0747-0967
 Related Items
Other version: Taco times
Preceded by: Taylor County news
Preceded by: Perry herald (Perry, Fla. : 1925)

Full Text











' News-]


SeV'-.. T- c, f the '31n"


September 28-29, 2007


Lowest since 1989




City adopts record low tax rate


The City of Perry adopted the
lowest millage rate in almost 20
years by unanimous vote Tuesday
night, putting an end to weeks of
budget wrangling and
recalculating.
City residents will see an


'," ? "- -' ,, ; "'. .. ,' .



Beating

puts man

in hospital
A 51-year-old Perry man was
the ictum of a brutal beaung that
left him hospitalized w ith a
fractured jaw Tuesday night.
Charles "Charlie" Barker. 34,
has been charged %ith aggra ated
bakery in the case.
Perry Police Department iPPDi
Ptl. James Cash was called to the
emergency room at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital Tuesday
around 8:30 p.m. in reference to a
physical disturbance.
The \ictim related that he had
been beaten at his own home b\ a
white male. approximately 30
Nears old. The man stated he did
not know that name of his attacker.
on]\ that he w as called "Charlie."
He further stated that the man
Sbad been at his home- with two
Jemales and that when he told one
'bvf the women that she shouldn't
leave \with "Charlie." he ,was
attacked.
SThe victim was able to direct
police to the attack's residence off,
of Highway 221.
According to the police report,
the \ ictim sustained injuries to his
Face : \ith several teeth knocked
Sput, a bloody nose and an open.
fractured jaw. He was transported
to Shands Hospital in Gainesville
for additional treatment.
Please see page 2


Clip for the Cure Saturday
Hairstylists from Perry's SmartStyle
Family Hair Salon (located in Wal-Mart)
along with stylists nationwide and in
Canada, will'contribute their time to give
more than 6000 haircuts to raise money
i for breast cancer research, during the
10th Annual Clip for the Cure.
On Saturday, Sept. 29, from 11 a.m..
until- 3 p.m., stylists will offer $10 haircuts
in Perry.
To date, Regis Corporation stylists
have raised more than $5 million for
breast cancer research.

Forest Festival baby photo
contest taking entries
The Florida Forest Festival Baby
Photo Contest is now accepting entries.,
The age categories are: 0-6 months,
7-11 months, one year, two years, three
years and four years. Entries must be an
amateur photograph (not professional or
studio) and enlarged to 8x10 with a
matted border (not framed). Only one
photograph per child may be entered
and photos must have been taken after
April 1. The judges will be looking for the
uniqueness of the photo, capturing the
moment, a baby showing personality
and a photogenic baby. The entry fee is
$9 and photos should be turned in at
Photos & Frames, located at 102 E. Main
St.
The deadline is. Oct. 12 and the
winners will be announced at the Little
King and Queen program Oct. 13.






Disney of Japan p. B-1


estimated 12 percent reduction in
their property taxes in'the coming
fiscal year (2007-08), with the
millage rate dropping from 4.6675
to 4.1231.
The reduced rate was mandated
by legislation passed during a


special summer legislative session,
although the council could have
adopted the same tax rate as last
year with a super majority vote.
No one from the public spoke at
the final public hearing on the'
millage rate *held during the


council's regular meeting.
Councilman Alphonso Dowdell
made the motion to adppt the
proposed rate; Councilman
Sylvester Harris offered a second
and it passed 5-0.
The council also adopted a $9.4


S co t .to r . ......... .. '. ... i *- ;--- .'.. ..... :- ... ..
Scout tour
Local Boy Scout Troop 600 had their first meting of the season at Doctors' Memorial Hospital, featuring a private tour of the
facility. CEO Charles Darcy and Human Resource Director Diana McRory served as tour guides, joined by DMH Board Chairman
Scott Mixon. The final and Scout-proclaimed "favorite stop" on the tour was the AirMedic helicopter.

Focus of city-county meeting Oct. 4


Progress report from Vision 2060
^~rl n


The Vision 2060 task force and
its committees will give the Taylor
County Commission and Perry
City Council a progress report
during a special joint meeting of
the three boards Thursday, Oct. 4,
at the Taylor County Middle
School.
The Chamber of Commerce
Board of Directors appointed a
Shared Vision Task Force in May
to'guide a public 'participation
program in which citizens identify
goals, objectives, issues that
should be addressed and potential
solutions for the purpose of
building a "shared vision plan" for
Taylor County heading, into the
future.
Since then, the task force,


working with the Orlando-based
planning firm MSCW, has been
developing a "Vision Plan" that
will provide city and county
officials with a long-range
roadmap to acco0nmodate for the
growth of the county over the next
50 years.
"The county and city sanctioned
us, and this meeting is an update to
them," Task Force Chairman Auley
Rowell said of Thursday's meeting.
"It's a progress report."
.The. meeting is scheduled to
begin at 5:30 p.m. in the TCMS
library.
According to the. agenda,
Commission Chairman Malcolm
Page and Perry Mayor Emily
Ketring will give welcoming


remarks.
. The task force will then give an
update on the Vision 2060 process..
Rowell will introduce the task
force members and Jim Sellen with
MSCW will explain the steps of
the visioning process.
Then each committee chairman
will give a summary of the issues
affecting Taylor County that they
have determined through the
process.
Florida Department of


Community Affairs Division of
Community Planning Director
Charlie Gauthier will speak about
"the importance of community
planning."
The Taylor County Vision 2060
schedule has been updated to
include additional public meetings
to provide increased opportunities
for public feedback.
The meetings will be held at
',, Please see page 2


million budget unanimously, one
that includes a three percent raise
for employees and inserts several
new user fees (including line
location and-increased service call
,-* Please see page 2



Businesses

oppose line

location fees

Two local -businesses--FairPoint
Communications and Tri-County
Electric--have voiced formal
objections to a proposal by the
City of Perry to begin charging a
fee for (utility) line-locations.
Representatives from both
companies appeared before
council members Tuesday during a
final hearing on the proposed
ordinance change.
'Ronald Bass of Tri-County
Electric said, "It would be better to
impose a penalty on someone who
does not call to locate a line rather
than imposing a fee on individuals
who do."
FairPoint Area Manager Randy
Newman said, "We oppose the
same ordinance. We don't want to
do anything to discourage anyone
calling to locate lines and we feel
this fee would create a reason for
people not to comply with state
law."
He continued, "If you pass the
ordinance, we will comply with it
as a. company.--However, we do
feer" t i ill eI-LOurage, other'
individuals not .to call, which was
not the intent of the Sunshine State
One-Call Law. We would like to
officially be on record a, opposing
all three ordinances (regarding the
service fee charge) for those
reasons."
Under the One-Call. Law,
residents are required to call for a
line location before any sort of
digging on their property.
Once the call is received, the
information is forwarded to the
city which then sends out a three-
man team for the utility line
location (one individual for each
'utility: water, gas and sewer).
Last year, the city spent more
than 5,000 man hours responding
to line location calls..
"We don't like doing this, but we
as a city are looking at so -much
lost revenue, that we have to look
at generating funds in a way that is
-* Please see page 2


Free wind inspections


offered through state


home safety program


Despite the fact that every
Florida resident who owns a "site
built" single-family dwelling is
eligible to receive a free wind
inspection, only 13 people have
applied for one in Taylor County.
Since April, more than 90,000
inspections have been conducted
through the My Safe Florida Home
(MSFH) program offered by the
Florida Department of Financial
Services.
In Taylor County, of the 13
homeowners who have requested


Perry News-Herald
Three sections 118th Year, No. 39
www.perrynewspapers.com


inspections, seven, have been
completed.
"The MSFH program helps
Floridians identify how they can
strengthen their homes and
reduces'the overall potential for
hurricane damage in the state,"
Outreach Coordinator Arthur V.
Youngblood said.
To achieve this goal, the
. program offers eligible
homeowners a free home
,-* Please see page 2


Living ......
Sports ......
Religion .....
Entertainment


.........A-3
.........A-6
.........A-7
. . . . B-1


Passing the bar
Ray Curtis (left), son of Don and Michelle Curtis of Perry, successfully passed the Florida
Bar Exam and was sworn in by Judge Buddy Murphy Thursday, Sept. 20. Ray Curtis is now
practicing law as Perry's newest public defender. He is a 2000 graduate of Aucilla Christian
Academy and a 2004 graduate of the University of Florida, where he received a bachelor's
degree in business management. He graduated the Florida Coastal School of Law this past May.


Looking Back .
Classifieds ...
Fall special ...
TV listings . .


........B-2
........B-4
........C -1
. . . . C-2


.;" Iii


Friday
20%89 / 68
20%


Saturday
880/650


Sunday
S84/62


I 11








A-2 Perry News-Herald September 28-29, 2007


For qualified residents


Matching grants are available


for upgrades on coastal homes


JROTC royalty
JROTC royalty will be honored in today's (Friday) Homecoming activities for Taylor County
High School. Shown above, left to-right, are: C/SGM Preston Pitts, C/LTC Justin Mrotz, Queen
: Brittany Whitt, Princess Amanda Jennings, Princess Zoe' Bennett and C/MAG Patrick Whitt.


Input welcome in visioning process


VISION 2060
Continued from page 1
TCMS, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
"All Taylor County community
members are invited to attend and
provide input on the Vision,"
MSCW Senior Community


LINE LOCATION FEES
Continued from page 1
a fee for the user and not all
citizens in general," Councilman
Don Cook said.
"The way it is now, everybody is
paying for this (line location)
service, even if you're not using it.
By charging a location fee, the
ones using the service are the ones
paying for it," Councilman
Alphonso Dowdell said. ,I
City Manager Bob Brown said
that only 10 percent of the line
location requests come from
homeowners. "You have four
(utility) entities that generate 85 to


Planner Curt Ostrodka said.
A committee meeting will be
held Thursday, Oct. 18, to review
draft strategies and solutions.
The upcoming meetings include:
Thursday, Oct. 18: committee
meeting, review draft strategies
and solutions (Part 2);


95 percent of the calls," he said.
"One thing to remember is that
we have not raised our utility rates
in a long time and that is why we
are making this a service fee,
rather than building it into raised
rates," City Finance Director
Penny Staffney said.
Council members thanked both
Newman and Bass for their input,
but ,moved forward with adopting
the new ordinance by unanimous
vote.
Under the fee schedule, anyone
calling ior a line location will be
charged $50 for the first two hours
of labor arid then $50 per hour
after that.


f B~eswell, Agent -
Ow'-Minty* Mayo, FL (386) 294,T8&'9-. ,'

24/7 Claim Service: 1-866-275-7322
"'Helping You Is What We So Best."



Support the'

TCHS Bulldogs

during the

2007 Homecoming


Parade Friday, Downtown, 1:30 p.m.

Pre-Game 7:00 p.m.

Kick-Off 7:30 p.m.

Halftime Festivities


Thursday, Nov. 1: task force
meeting, validation of strategies
and solutions;
Thursday, Dec. 6: committee
meeting, review and rank three
land use alternatives;
Thursday, Dec. 13: task force
meeting, review land use
alternatives as ranked by
committees. The task force will
select a preferred land use
alternative.
Thursday, Jan. 24: task force
meeting, presentation of final
preferred alternative to task force
for approval. The task force to then
submit final preferred alternative
to city and county for adoption.
To see the information
developed so far, go online to
www.TaylorCountyVision.org.


WIND INSPECTIONS
Continued from page 1
inspection by trained and qualified
hurricane mitigation inspectors. A
site-built home is a single family
dwelling that is not a mobile home
or modular home.
After an inspection,
homeowners can use the
information they receive to make
improvements to their homes and
save money on their insurance
premiums.
According to Youngblood, 75
percent of the homeowners who
have received a free wind
inspection are eligible to get a
discount on their wind insurance,
without making any
improvements.
"To date; 66,461 homeowners
out of 89,268 are eligible to
receive an average wind insurance
premium discount or credit of 16.3
percent or $154.51," Youngblood
said. "This reflects a potential
savings statewide of $11.2 million
and is based on the current
structure of the home during the
free MSFH wind inspection."
The program's goal is to perform
400,000 free wind inspections over
the next two years.
To apply for a free
inspection, visit www.
MySafeFloridaHome.com or call
866-513-MSFH (6734)..
Following an inspection, the
homeowner should receive a
detailed inspection report' within
four to six weeks.
"The report will indicate how


safe your home is, the steps you
can take to harden your home and
if you qualify for a discount on
your insurance premium,"
Youngblood said.
Additionally, residents,
especially along the coast, may be
eligible for matching grant funds
up to $5,000 to make
recommended improvements.
To be eligible, the home must
have a building permit application
for initial construction made
before March 1, 2002; have an
insured value of $300,000 or less;
have a valid homestead exemption;


be located in the wind-borne debris
region; and have undergone a
hurricane mitigation inspection.
The matching grants can only be
used for window and door opening
protections (including garage
doors) and bracing gable ends.
"To date, we have given 1,010
homeowners reimbursements
*totalling more than $3.1 million,"
Youngblood said. "We have
approved more than 9,050
homeowners to make
improvements and get matching
grants once the work in
completed."


Tax bills higher than expected?


TAX RATE
Continued from page 1
fees).
Residents will receive their tax
bills in the coming six weeks.
However City Manager Bob
Brown remarked that while tax
rates for the city, county and
Suwannee River Water


Management District have all
decreased "the school district's
millage rate went up and the state's
school village rate went up, so
you may not see as big of -a
reduction as expected."
He also noted "86.5 percent
of other cities in the state have .a
higher millage rate than we
do."


Barker charged with aggravatedbattery


BEATING
Continued from page 1
Based on the information
provided by the victim, Cash
issued a.BOLO (be on the look
out) alert for the suspect and his
vehicle.
, Taylor County Sheriffs Office
(TCSO) Deputy Tony Chambers


found the white vehicle at a
residence at 3525 Highway 221
Lot #2.
When Cash arrived at the scene,
he found the suspect in the
company of the two previously
mentioned females.
Barker was placed under arrest'
and transported to the Taylor
County Jail.


Digging? Line location


charges start at $50


Serving Madison, Jefferson,
B. Taylor& Lafayette Coqq.ties.

R-AUl* Auto, Life, Health, Home
I R Freddy Pitts, Agency Manager

mm King, Agent- .
` 9114%, *Madison (850) 97 71 -,'


HAVE IT YOUR WAY!
2144 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 584-8700












A-3 Perry News-Herald September 28-29, 2007


Ober, Burkhalter will

marry on October 20


Mr..and Mrs. Billy J. Johnson of
Perry, along with Mr. and Mrs.
Neil K. Ober of Jacksonville,
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Kristen Lorraine Ober of
Perry, to Joe R. Burkhalter of
Jacksonville.
The bride-elect is the maternal
granddaughter of the late Perry
Rudolf (Bill) Lee of Perry, and
Margaret Ann Williams Croft of
Mayo. She is the paternal
granddaughter of Biney Ober of
Live Oak. Her honorary
grandparents of Perry are Julian
and Joan Olive.
The bride-elect graduated from
Taylor Technical Institute with an


Kristen Lorraine Ober, Joe R. Burkhalter

New Arrival
John Walker Curry
Brad and Jesika Curry of Perry announce the birth of their son, John
Walker, on Aug. 2, 2007, at 9:41 a.m. in Tallahassee. He weighed 8
pounds, 11 ounces, and was 21.5 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Wayne and Jan Walker. Maternal great
grandparents are Sue Padgett, the late B.O. "Red" Padgett, Lester and
Lolly Walker.
Paternal grandparents are John and Shirley Curry. Paternal great
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John C. Curry Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Klopfer, and the late Lewis Mann.


John Walker Curry


In honor of the 2007 TCHS Homecoming
Parade Friday 1:30 p.m.
Stop by...we'll be open!


Weekly Special for Oct. 1-5 is "Roast Beef Stacker"


* espresto yourself cafe
"Java cup today?"
3 Computers on Site Internet Cafe Wireless


Owner and Barista Shelly Blanco
New Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7 am 6 pm
Sat. 8 am 3 pm


201 N. Jefferson St.
Perry, Fla.


Phone: 850-223-2333
Fax: 850-223-2344
www.espressoyourselfcafe.com


I B: y hePa al Aea .I


administrative assistant certificate.
The groom, the son of Johnny
Burkhalter of Jacksonville, is
currently serving in.the U.S. Army
at Fort Bragg, N.C., where he is
assigned withlthe 4th Pysop Group
in Special Operations.
The couple will exchange vows
in a ceremony on Oct. 20, 2007, in
Mt. Carmel Baptist Church.


Kfi


Tiffany 'Marie 'Efison
anX lRolert Lenn Oare III
remind fiend andfamify of their weddc8i
SaturdaVy, Sept. 29, at 3 p.m.
First Baptyist Church
A reception wilTfofCow at the 'ECks Cub.
0 ^ ^^ ^ 0^^ ^ ^ ^


' 6tiM

Trt4o
Danya
AuZhylah
Chare' Lawson
Love,
Mommy, Daddy, Grandma
Edwina, Bro Bro Lil Jerry,
Aunt Mekia. Uncle Nord &
Baby Bro Aubrey


_.2 I


P
2 of the 9
Musketeers
4,1wish JJ a great
4th
birthday!


We loveyou JJ
Kaity 6- Sara Beth, MeMe,
Pubba6- Oreat Sa~a


ATTENTION:

WHIDDON FAMILY
of Taylor County, FL

Need photos & funilv intf for new book.
Taylor County H historical Society
Thursday 1:()0-.:00 p.m.
Jessie HI. Paulk 584-4280 ;
paulkj@perry.gullnet.coin
Ai


Living


.... A


t


if







A-4 Perry News-Herald September 28-29, 2007


Come out and
Support the
Taylor County Bulldogs
0 6. vs.
Suwannee County
Bulldogs


20.07


HOMECOMING


This message sponsored by the following businesses.
Burns GRADY MOORE
arde, Mncr Monument REAL ESTATE, INC.
r, Vault Company "Serving Perry Taylor County for Over 30 Yearws"
Perpetual Care Cemetery
1500 Johnson Stripling Road 530 East Ash Street
Office: 530 E. Ash Street Perry, Flonda 32347 RE 01 Ri
316 W. Green St. info@gradyoorecom 85-584-7514
(850) 584-8106 or (888) 584-8106 Perry, FL 32347 www.gradymoore.com FAX.5


RIGHT. START HERE.


6
After Ho'


C-ED


Weiss True Value
& Just Ask Rental
209 W. Green St., Perry
850-584-5515
www.truevalue.com


General Practice
oBall Personal Injury
Angela M. Ball Criminal Justice
a* Wills & Estates
Attorney at Law Real Estate
15 N. Jefferson St.vailable 850584-8960
urs Appointments Available 8510 -584-8960


Cribbs & Sons Tire ,&
r.anon


"PROVIDING PEACE IN DIFFICULT TIMES" :
JOE P. stUI RS Ro
FU RAL iOME [,_ 1 Fresh Seafood Sm
*^' I Kc *~~~14. *-y r__----_


1400 N. Johnson Stripling Rd.
Perry. Florida 32347


850-584-4149


Fax: 850-584-5927
1-800-343-3152


Town


&


Country bryclean
(850) 584-3981


,."- 124 S. Washington St. _
Mon. Fri. 7:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m. ;
Miii11 I i 't Saturday 9:00 a.m. 12:00 noon
We're Your Complete Communications Supply Heasqafmrters H andy Rentals
SI Do It Yourself & Save!
Radio/ ** ***... Tools & Equipment for Every Job ii
U-Haul 9 l ew
1303 S. Jefferson St. Perry, Florida JPS Shauin 900 Industrial Park Dr. 1mi
850-584-5145 Mini Storage 850-584-9322 of us 19


NAPA AUTOMOTIVE PARTS & ACCESSORIES
Complete line of replacement parts & accessories for
passenger cars, imported cars, trucks, farm tractors, |
small engines and outboard motors...plus tools and
mechanic supplies. Machine shop service.
PERRY AUTO SUPPLY, INC.
1107 S. Jefferson St. 584-2118


I


Tree Capital Credit Un
If you live or work in Taylor County you can be
a member of Tree Capital Credit Union.


1402 S. Jefferson St.
(850) 584-3002


Your savings insured to $100,000
NCUA
National Credit Union Administration
a US. Goverrwt Arency


Dennis Locksmith Service 4
"Locally Owned & Operated"
Locks Changed Sliding Doors Secured Dead Bolts Installed
Automotive Lock Work Master Key Systems Safes
Keys Made Window Bars Auto-Domestic & Foreign Keys
Sales Service Repair
1103 Hwy. 98 W


I584-7327


BUCKEYE


START


4


U


- "- ...'^
4' '


C-j


4L







A-5 Perry News-Herald September 28-29, 2007


Will Hall
Senior Honor Court


Zie664?i


Your Satisfaction
Is Guaranteed.
2399 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
(US 19 S.)
Perry, Florida 32347


lJiwe4s


Downtown Perry 125 S. Jefferson St. 850-223-1360 (cell) 850-838-9982
Mon.-Fri. 10 am -6 pm, Sat.10 am -5pm


1-800-HAMPTON
or call hotel direct
(850) 223-3000


*l/ Lttel O.CCapital City
i-` wireless Ba k
authorized agent.
"Ovr 100 Years of Building Financial Relationships"
S110 W. Green St. 5848085 Mon.-Fri. 10-6 EQUEURSING MemberFDI 115 W. Green St. www.ccbg.com 584-2057

Good Luck Bulldogs! urA9l 45
Open for Breakfast @ 7am Mon.-Fri. ( j 4 -.
%t.J.ch BuffetI11anm2prn M on,-Fri... ,.. V...,
L h Buffet 10:30am- 2 pm un.I .Sun'. ^ i -
or order from menu 1159 Highway 98 West (850) 584-9620
Banquet Room Available On or Off Site Catering Services dO, ""'="' Proprietors: Charles August, Jerry Buggs, Walter Bishop, George Clayton,
110-1/2 E.. Main St. 584-2232 Harry Demps, Chenita Lee, Dock R. Choice III, LFD




P .803 W. rMain St
C CITIZENS STATE BANK 584-6021
Member 2000 South Byron Butler Pkwy. Perry 850-584-4411 -- Beth Southerland Store Hours: 8 AM -6 PM Mon.- Sat. Tony Southerand
!i| 'FDIC 905 First Avenue S.E. -'Steinhatchee 352-498-2951 a Bulldog Majorette soho@gteom.net Homecoming escort
0,car ton1c Cong ratuations
.Joeya Perry, Fla Complete Hair Care Bulldogs!
NwHms .-'I-unter Men .Women,. Children
e5SHnio~r 1^ ~ Located in Winn Dixie Shopping Center Flat Tops & Fades
1708 S.-Byron Butler Pkwy., Suite I Senior n e p Flat Tops & Fades
Perry, FL 32348 .om 20Q57 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. o
U': CRC (850) 223-1514 I omeCOming Court o Hours: Tues.-Fri.8am- 6pm. Sat. 8 am- 3pm (850) 838-9393
S. Will Hall

Home of the Famous Burgers Senior 2008
Call ahead and use our drive-thru or dine-in. Kelly & Kelly Properties
Located just 2 miles from the courthouse NMULET & SWAMP CABBAGE (850) 223-2370 127 S. Jefferson St. Perry, Fla.
Hwy. 221 North 584-3669 On Fridays! Serving Taylor, Jefferson, Madison, Leon and Wakulla Counties
'a. .4 ..


Photos,


110 1
Mon. Fri. 9:00 5:30
Closed Saturdays


TFrames & i Trophies
Portraitures in home, studio
or outdoors
Creative Studio, Glamour & Boudoir '
/2 E. Main St. Perry, FI. 584-6979


Len & Feebee Houck, owners
Ann Drawdy, photographer


Good Luck
Bulldogs!!


'on' Bait & Tac
1702 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 584-6157


Zeigler's Florist

Because You Care...SendECowers,
David and Rachel Maddox,
new owners 402 N. Jefferson St. 584-3921


Wire Service
""Rr ml


201 West Main St:
Perry, Fl.
(850) 838-2929


~Tiii ~.J.3111 III


ammmmmmm


-B IAS
IM~IO3Mm
FrCKAWIwL


Friday, Sept. 28

7:00 p.m.*

Dorsett

Stadium




Senior Honor Court (I to r): Danisha Ellis, Jennifer Hunter, Nakidra Cook,f
Rebecca Thompson, Shannon Morgan and Lauren HardinB i

This message sponsored by the following businesses.


. .
















Sports


S Keaton Beach

______Fishing Report



Storm muddies water


all along Taylor coast


BY PAT MCGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
* Gosh the weather really went
..downhill last week and I left town
despite trying to paint the bottom
;of my boat. The rain and w-i-n-d
'wouldn't cooperate.
O~ the few who did go out,
pBilly Sims and his two buddies
from Atlanta, fished Berkley Gulp
and caught eight keeper trout.
. They fished Assassin P.T. 2000
,five inch, shads and caught trout
and reds with them Wednesday, as
.'well as on Berkley Pink Shine
jerkbaits and Blurp in Electric


Chicken., Billy said they got their
fish from" 2-3 feet of water.
Expect waters to be torn up
from the' w-i-n-d if you go north.
Fish live pinfish under Cajuns if
the floating grass is driving you
crazy while trying to throw and
bounce jig-grub combinations.
I'll be in Tampa this weekend
working the booth at the Florida
Sportman Fishing Show at the
Tampa Fairgrounds. Come by and
see me at the Cajun Thunder,
booth br on the Inshore Stage for.
an hour-long seminar on live bait
fishing with the Cajun Thunder.


iLTide Tables


F 28
28
28
28

-Sa29
29
29

Su30
30
30
30


High
Low
High
Low

High
Low
High
-Low
High
Low
High
Low


2:56 AM
9:47 AM
4:07 PM
9:52 PM
3:23 AM
10:32 AM'
4:56 PM
10:22 PM
3:52 AM
11:21 AM
5:50 PM
10:52 PM


3.8
-0.3
3.8
1.1
3.9
-0.4
3.5
,1.4
4.0
-0.3
3.2
1.6


Tu 2
2
2

W 3
3
3
3
Th 4
'4
4
4


High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High


5:02 AM
1:29 PM
8:17 PM

12:06 AM
5:51 AM
3:02 PM
10:05 PM
1:22 AM
7:12 AM
4:35 PM
11:20 PM


Cantrell (3) battles for ball during recent action in Albany.


A-6 Perry News-Herald September 28-29, 2007
If-


Old rivalry returns:


TCHS vs. Live Oak


The Taylor County High
football team renews an old rivalry
Friday night when Suwannee
comes to town fpr the Bulldogs'
annual homecoming contest.
Suwannee, 1-1 on the year, is
coming off a 35-0 shellacking by
Madison last week. Their lone win.
of the 2007 season came Sept. 7
when they edged East Gadsden 9-7.'
"They are very big up front and
appear to be a solid football
team," TCHS Coach Price Harris
said.
Harris said the team from Live
Oak runs out of the "I" formation
on offense and a 4-3 set on
defense.
The Bulldogs, 1-2 on the year,
are smarting after suffering 46-14
loss to Chiefland last Friday.
Fullback Cory Sadler will miss.
Friday's game after breaking his
hand in practice this week.


Lineman Carl Padgett (shoulder),
tight end Kyle Wilson (ankle) and
linebacker Jarvis McGrew
(shoulder) are doubtful.
"Since the junior varsity is off
this week we'll bring up a few of
them," Harris said.
. Harris said his team played
poorly last week against Chiefland
but did point out a few top
individual performances.
Lavaski Williams caught three
passes for 113 yards and one
touchdown plus scored another TD
on an electrifying 92-yard kickoff,
return.
Kendall Thompson graded out at
70 percent on the offensive line
and Jarquis Ellis recorded 15
tackles on defense.
Harris said he hopes the
homecoming activities inspire his
players instead of distracting them.
Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.


Cantrell's Darton team off to 9-0 start


L
Can
play
Dar
T
off
a rec
win
fori
in tl
D


F 5 Low 3:34 AM 2.0 Ker
M.. 1 High 4:24 AM '3.9 5 High 9:52 AM 3.0 beer
1 Low 12:18 PM -0.1 5 Low 5:45 PM 0.6 pro
1 High 6:53 PM 2.8 con
1 Low 11:24 PM 1.8 c


Missing man's body


found on Suwannee


The body of a man missing
*since Monday .after a boating
accident on the Suwannee River
.near Fowlers Bluff has been
located.
Roderick Page, 21, of
Chiefland, was located with the
assistance of the Citrus County
Sheriff's Office's side-scanning
sonar vessel and the Levy County
Sheriff's Office dive team at
_ approximately 5:15 p.m.,
Tuesday.
The boat's operator, Brian
Norris, 28, of Chiefland, made it
S to shore Monday night and was
transported to Shands Hospital in
Gainesville, according to Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) officials.
The two men were traveling
south from Fowlers Bluff in a 12-

PSA sign-up

is underway
The Perry Soccer Association
will hold fall registration
beginning this week for
youngsters ages 4-11.
Registration will be held at
Thomas Chevrolet beginning
Wednesday, Sept. 19 and running
through Sept. 28.
Age divisions for the various
leagues are under-6, under-8,
under-10 and under-12. Coaches
-are needed for all age divisions.
The cost this year to play is $35
per player.
For more information contact
Kay Parker at 584-6438 or Carol
Wentworth at 584-5382.

KEATON BEACH
MARINA
17 Miles South of Perry on
the Taylor County Coast
(850) 578-2897



Motel RV Hookups
Boat Storage Boat Lift
Boat Ramp Fishing Licenses
Balt, Tackle, Ice Groceries/Snacks
Beer, Soft Drinks Fishing Info
%"'We Have Everything You Need!"


foot aluminum johnboat. Norris
said a large fish jumped out of the
water in front of the boat. Norris
said he swerved, and both men
were ejected into the water.


Personnel from the FWC, U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S.
Coast Guard and Levy and Citrus
County sheriff's offices assisted in
the search-and-rescue operation.
The victim will be taken to the
Gainesville Medical Examiner's
Office to determine cause of death.
FWC officials continue to
investigate the boating accident.


One More Cast
Guide Service
Operating from Keaton Beach Marina



Speckled Trout
Redfish
Blues, etc.
No Fishing License
Required For Customers
(850) 584-9145
U.S.C.G. 200 Kate Dr.
License Perry, FL 32348


local soccer player Jenni
ntrell is off to a good start
ying for nationally ranked
ton College.
he fourth ranked Cavaliers are
to a fast start this season with
cord of 9-0. The record includes
,s over the number 3 and
merly number 4-ranked teams
the country.
)arton Women's Head Coach
n Veilands commented: "I've
n very happy with her (Jenni's)
gress and she is a key
iponent to what we are trying
accomplish "
:antrell is a starter playing the


left back position, a position she
had never played until college.
"It's an adjustment playing in
the back, but it's fun being a part
of such a successful program with
a great bunch of players," she said.
'Cantrell said playing at the college
level is lot different than high
school.
"The training and competition
requires that you give 100 percent
if you want to get playing time. I
play with some very talented
players from all over the country
and four international players.
Two are from England, one is


PLANE RIDES
$10 per person.


Friday, Saturday, Sunday early until

w Perry Foley Airport'
Lumart Aviation
f .584-8867


from Scotland and one from
Brazil," she said.
Darton has been in the national
title hunt the last few years,
finishing third in the country last
year and playing for the National
Title in 2005, losing 1-0 to
Monroe College out of N.Y.
The Cavaliers will play the
defending National Champions and


the current number one-ranked
team in the country, Young Harris
College, this Saturday at Darton
in Albany, Ga.
"Everyone is excited about
having a chance to play Young
Harris this Saturday at home. It
should be a very good game," said
Cantrell. "If you like soccer then
this is one you'll want to see."
.. .. -7


Norberg's Repair




Brake Drums & Rotor Machine
From VW to F700's & C-60's
Computer *A/C

Brakps Engine
4x4 Repairs & Service

(850) 838-2983


3275 Courtney Grade


PCFax (240) 208-8527


email: hcnmech@gtcom.net
Harold Norberg, owner FL, MV #46759 ,


Congratulations

Varsity Players

of the Week


OFFENSE
Kendall
Thompson #50
Lavaski
Williams #3



DEFENSE
Jarquis
Ellis #23


sponsored by:


KELLY & KELLY PROPERTIES
(850) 223-2370

GRAVES DRIVE-IN


Hwy. 221 N. 584-3669 (850) 584-2672

A.lamar Morgana VARBROUGH
FAMILY & COSMETIC TIRE& AUTOMOTIVE
S DENTISTRY 28, 985,-584-7554
^ (850) 584-2674


0 m












Religion


A-7 Perry News-Herald September 28-29, 2007


St. James welcomes new rector


Hanson comes to Perry from Jacksonville
After an extended period without a parish priest, St. James Episcopal
Church has welcomed a new rector, the Rev. Aquilla Hanson, who comes
to Perry from Jacksonville where he recently served as interim rector at St.
Marks Episcopal Church.
Hanson grew up in Columbia, S.C., where he was raised in the
Episcopal Church. After graduating from the Citadel in Charleston, with
a Bachelor's degree in chemistry, he worked with Exxon Corporation in
Baton Rouge, La.
On a quest to personalize his theological understanding, Hanson entered
Oral Roberts University where he completed his Master's degree in
biblical literature. He continued his studies at Virginia Seminary, earned a
Master's of Divinity degree and was ordained to the Episcopal priesthood
in South Carolina in 1993. His ministry has taken him to various churches
in Mississippi, Texas and Louisiana.
Hanson and his wife, Dottie, have four grown children and are the proud
grandparents of nine. In their leisure time, they enjoy traveling, cruising,
sailing and motorcycling.
The church joins Hanson in inviting members of the community to
participate in its life of worship and fellowship.
Congregation begins 34-week study
Beginning Tuesday, Oct. 2, St. James Episcopal Church will host a 34-
week, non-denominational "Disciple" Bible study which was developed
by a group of pastors, theologians, lay people, Christian scholars and
publishers in Flower Mound, Texas. The group was brought together in
1986 at the urging of the United Methodist Bishop Richard B. Wilke. The
first of the series, Becoming Disciples Through Bible Study, will be led by
the Rev. Aquilla Hanson, new rector of St. James.
All interested persons are encouraged to participate. To register, please
call the church office at 584-7636. All meetings will be held in the church
parish hall, 1100 W. Green St., behind the sanctuary.
Fifth Sunday services planned
Fellowship Primitive Baptist Church will hold a Fifth Sunday meeting
this Sunday, Sept. 30, with singing beginning at 10:30 a.m. The service
will be followed by lunch. Everyone is invited.
Need English lessons?
Open registration is still offered for individuals wanting "English as a
Second Language" classes. The classes will be held in the annex of First
Baptist Church every Monday and Thursday from 6 until 8 p.m. Daytime
classes are also possible by calling Eleanor D. Grubbs (for registration or
.information) at 584-6325.
Awana offered at Crosspoint
If you're looking for something fun and Bible-oriented for kids to do on
Sunday nights, Crosspoint Baptist Fellowship is offering Awana from 5
until 7 p.m. A men's Bible study is held from 5 until 6 p.m., and evening
services are conducted from 6 until 7 p.m. All age groups are invited!

Cards of Thanks ..


, =Knigiht
The family of Billie June Knight would like to take-this opportunity to,
thank everyone who prayed and expressed love and concern during this
difficult time. We feel truly blessed. Bereavement is an emotionally low
point, but with friends and a church family that behaves with true God-
blessed compassion, the heart feels that inner peace and joy that is beyond
all understanding, as only a loving God can deliver. Thank you one and
all.
We love you,
The Family of Billie June Knight

Gent
Sharing our new home with family and friends, the Gent family would
like to take this time to thank you very much for your gifts and presence.
They were greatly appreciated and enjoyable. May God bless you all.
Thank you, again,
Willie and Lessie Gent


Revival begins at New Beginning
It's revival time at New Beginning Church of God, located at 1208 W.
Hampton Springs Ave. (the old crab house on Highway 98 West). Services
will be held Sept. 28-29 at 7 p.m., and then at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 30.
The theme for this series of worship services is "When the Lord Starts
Blessing, Satan Starts Messing."
Pastor Carrie Chisholm White, evangelist and prophetess, will be the
featured speaker. She invites everyone "to come out and be blessed."
Youth Day planned at Mt. Olive
The youth department of Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church will
celebrate its annual Youth Day on the third Sunday, Oct. 21, at 3 p.m. The
speaker for the occasion will be the Rev. Victor Holmes of Riverdale, Ga.
The Rev. George L. Williams, pastor, urges all youth in the community
to mark this day on their calendars "and come help us celebrate in the
Lord."
The church is located at 1149 W. Hampton Springs Avenue.


Obituary
Inez H. Eads
Inez H. Eads of Perry, formerly
of Madison and Douglas, Ga., died
Sept. 27, 2007. She was 80.
A homemaker, she was born
April 12, 1927, to William B. and
Cathern Davis Harper in
Patterson, Ga.
Survivors include: her husband
of 51 years, Donald W. Eads of
Perry; a son, Ron Nolen of
Kissimmee; a daughter, Uveda
Sadler of Perry; seven
grandchildren; 14 great
grandchildren; two brothers,
James and Louis Harper of
Douglas, Ga.; a sister, Vera Pharr
of Cummings, Ga.; and numerous
cousins and friends.
She was preceded in death by
four brothers, one sister and a son.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Sept. 29, at 2 p.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home with
interment following at Pineview
Memorial Gardens.
Family members will receive
friends from 1 until 2 p.m. prior to
the service.
Beggs Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.


nursery provide win aauin supervision
Mike Hicks, pastor


1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992


Look for

this symbol.

0 SELECTED
Independent
FUNERAL HOMES
Member by Invitation

Since 1917, this association's
members have included the
finest privately owned
funeral homes in the nation.
Local people you've known
for years, who have a deep
pommntment to providing
distinctive service based on
honesty, integrity, value
and dignity.

Beggs
Funeral Home
Perry Chapel
K 850-838-2929 2

Attend the church of your choice.


Clch of God
Sunday School 10:00 10:45
a Worship Service .11:00 -1:00
Children's Church 11:00 -12:00
Sunday Night
-- Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
--. Choir Practice 6:00 6:45
1-fn Sunday Service 7:00 8:00


Wednesday Night
Youth Group 6:00 7:30
Study Group 7:00


CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2959 Golf Course Rd,
--I-..., .---7,_

Sunday Worship Services
0' 3 rim S undanv Schoonl


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.

Ash Street *

CHURCH OF CHRIST
601 West Ash Street


Sunday School
Worship


9:45 a.m.
10:45 a.m.


Sunday Evening
Wed. Bible.Class


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


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


( St Johns Ca1iwtian
Fellowship
Sunday School 10:00a : `,|7:1OOlpam.
Morning Worship 11:00 I .VN -" .Me0ting
NMrsery' ad Children's Ministry Provided
located at the intersection of Puckett Rd. and,Gblf Course Rd.)
Mark McElfresh, pastor ;.- 584-.73,51.

IMMACum
CATHO
vIAISSES:
Sac. 6 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
CCD & Adult Education Classes
Sunday 9:00"m.m. ,"...'n
2750 S. B -.



rFirst United Methodist Church)


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



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


CHRISTIANITY
is not a spectator sport.
"Therefore we also, since we are surrounded by so great
a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and
the sin which so easily ensures us, and letrus run with
endurance the race that is set before..."
Hebrews 12.


Lakeside Baptist Church
"A Place to Call Hoame"


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


Wednesday Services
6:00 pam; Prayer Meeting
MissinaActivities
SteemRAUff, pastor
Hw .27 5844688


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:aline:of credit that
can be.used if 'neededin ithe future
8. Vacation-and travel
There is never a risk of losing
their home and'they are free to
sell or refinance the home,, ilbout
penalty. at any rftne. AIrte
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.


Jiffy Food Stores
4 Convenient Locations
703 S. Jefferson (OPEN 24 HOURS)


Badcock& more
HOME FURNITUR.L
1225 S. Jefferson St. 584-5891
Established 1904 "We'll Treat You Right"



Goodman's BBQ
2429 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 584-3751
"Best BBQ in Taylor County"



cadEyenim.mty

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


Support Your

Local Churches







A-8 Perry News-Herald September 28-29, 2007







Football Sponsors & Escorts 0 0


Junior football sponsors and escorts (I to r):
Hill, Quentin Tucker and Koski Jackson


Cody Davis, Alyssa Ernst, lesha Davis, Kathryn


(Above) Senior football sponsors
and escorts (I to r): Keith Gober,
Maria Hathcock, Krystina
Timmons, Kellie Cruce, Ryan
Bolden and Jarvis McGrew (Left)
Football sponsor Kacy Parker and
escort Carl Padgett


(Above) Sophomore
football sponsors
and escorts (I to r):
Tony Southerland,
Hayden Barton,
Jada Thomas and
Jabahri Bishop (Left)
Freshman football
sponsor Arneashia
Stephens, left, and
escort Reggie King


stands
Friday at


Strike up th
= The Pride of Taylor Bulldog
Alumnii Band will perform at the
TCHS-Dixie County game Friday,.
Oct. 19. jnd all past members of
the Ta lIor. County High School
Band are invited to participate.
The Alumni Band will perform
Wing pre-game and in the stands
during the game. There will be a
fniandjtor.r\ rehearsal at Taylor
Counri High School Thursday,
In Loving
v Memory
of

Ted

Mickens
JUll 15. 1034
: Sept. 28, 2006

It's been a
Year sbice
you have
gone and
you're still
clearly
missedC
Love,
SYour 'Wife,
Sisters, family
ancfriendes


(alumni) band Oct. 19


Oct. 18, at 6 p.m., for about an
hour. If. you need to rent an
instrument (including percussion)


*'



^i '^H


please call the band office at 838-
2525, ext. 172, no later than
Friday, Oct. 5.


- -


TFor a very
s-ecial(aughter (


Birthday C)
October 1i

%/

IYHruo A


K
0,


TAXIDERMY

578-2883

Discover the
Power of the
CLASSIFIED!
Small Ads...
BIG Deals!


UPS Shipping

U-Haul
Minil Storage
Wedding Rentals


l!-


YOUR MEMORIES.
YOUR STYLE.
YOUR RING. i


Perry Village
rm 1916 S. Jefferson St.,


A RTQ1RVE D.
CLASS RINGS

Shops 584-5200 e
Suite D~ Perry r


850-584-9322
900 Industrial Park Dr.
Located 1 mile west of U.S. 19


A Tribute to a Special
Friend & Momrn
Panm (Padgett)
Grambling
Jan. 30, 1964 Sept. 21, 2006
There i Wa/ alt/ a hbe a fac beftorefi me. a voice \ \e' would love io hear. A .4miile we ill
alwa\'\ i't'member of a friend and ii tinnt' w ,c /e .so dceco. She had i mannner about her,; one
look u nd you could tell. Her fi-icidl\ ,idul open \nilt' \tou'd .wier you knew her well.
.- favor I'was no problem. for Ish t Wol/d lic/p ainone. That's twhYv she was loved by
evr'i'one. For a week wei ic' 'hed her .siie/ti. tiwe n atthed her fiadt al li. .And hllouglh (lit
heartsi wcre brealkin, \ ,e ikne\w lh cko 'tld m-i %i a God could see t' hla she itwasif .suterii
and did 'whatl He t/houhl t.was hbe\. He-' ,, i,'o /tlv lsed her cc~e's andi iti.spered cn me and
re .4A thmf l 'and w ird i'OI bi/' I r h li IC' hac. I Atlin b1CiUSet'i' ivt iied. neither wiill a
tholluwil /leat' '. / faintf i hbe il.t i' it.'t' cried.


ife will always rentember and lore vou! \Nancy and L


IN


parker family

History
available
Taylor County Historical Society
Thursday 1:00-5:00 p.m.
Jessie H. Paulk 584-4280
paulkj@perry.gulfnet.com
a ^ ; *" ' *


Handy Rentaels

Do It Yourself & Save!


TOols & Equipment
for Every Job J


We love you, MVom andDad


4M--


12
G


-C", T=l















Entertainment


B-1 Perry News-Herald September 28-29, 2007


America, say hello to the



works of Hayao Miyazaki


My how time flies. It's hard to believe it's been a year
since this column debuted with a review of Oliver
Stone's "World Trade Center." In the 51 weeks since,
I've had the opportunity to review dozens of movies, put
myself out on a limb with my Academy Award
predictions and take a look ahead at the new season of
television.
Several people around the office asked me what I was
going to do for my one-year anniversary. I hadn't really
put much thought into it, but after a while, I came up
with an idea.
To start, I would like to make a confession. As one
could probably tell from this column, I like movies.
More than that, however, I like animation, everything
from Saturday morning cartoons to theatrical
masterpieces. ,
As most animation fans will tell you, while the U.S. is
the leader in movie making, when it comes to animation,
Japan is king. That's not to say that Japan does
everything better, but they have .managed to take the art
form to levels most here in America haven't even
considered.
I am a big fan of Japanese animation, or anime. and
have been for several
years. While cartoons ...
are considered child 's
fare here in America -
in Japan, anime is
marketed to man',
different age groups.
from small children
to middle-aged men
and everything in i
between.
In a land with
many famous
animators, no one
.. living today i -
perhaps more famous
that Hayao Miyazaki.
While he is not a
household name in
America, Miyazaki is
considered by many .,.
to be the Walt Disney V
of Japan. Not onl, I.-.,
are :his films revered ..'. "
by generations of Japanese children, they are some of
the. highest grossing films in Japan and hale been
awarded around the world.
Man\ animators here in the States ha\e been
influenced by him, including John Lasseter, founder of
Pixar Studios and now principal creative advisor for
Walt Disney Imagineering.
While most of Miyazaki's films are made for children,
they have such beauty and life breathed .into them that
anyone can enjoy. In the past few years, Disney has
released most of his films on DVD, complete with new
English-language dubs, allowing the American audience
a chance to see them. So, today, I would like to introduce
you to his films with the hopes that you too can enjoy his
creative genius.
"Nausicaa of the Valley of Wind" (1984)
While Miyazaki directed several television shows and
movies before "Nausicaa,"-it was this film that launched
his career and allowed him to co-found his now famous
animation studio, Ghibli. Framed in environmental
messages and warnings of the destruction of nuclear
war, the film was based on a comic that Miyazaki
himself wrote. Nausicaa, the princess of a small nation,
lives in a world devastated by a holocaust called the
"Seven Days of Fire." Nature itself is fighting back as
the-few remaining countries continue their wars against
each other and it is up to Nausicaa to try to bring a stop
to:it before humanity is destroyed. While the animation
is a bit dated, "Nausicaa" is rightfully considered
Miyazaki's masterpiece and the environmental messages
it passes along are delicately handled compared to the
propaganda that comes out today.
"Castle in the Sky" (1986)
Based loosely on the flying island of Laputa in
"Gulliver's Travels," "Castle in the Sky," based on an
original script by Miyazaki, is an adventure movie with
a magical touch. When an orphaned boy named Pazu
rescues an unconscious girl descending from the night
sky with a glowing pendant around her netk, he finds
himself on, the run from air pirates and the military. The
girl, Sheeta, seems to be connected to the Laputa, a
legendary kingdom on a floating island in the sky. Pazu's
father disappeared while searching for the mysterious
island. This is perhaps my favorite of Miyazaki's films,
a tale of friendship and adventure and hope.
"My Neighbor Totoro" (1988)
If there's one character that has come to symbolize
Miyazaki and his films, it is the forest spirit, Totoro. If
you've seen my car around town and wondered what that
gray thing on my side window is, that's Totoro. In the
film, Satsuki and her little sister Mei, move to the
countryside with their father while their mother recovers
from an unnamed illness in a nearby hospital. The sisters
soon become acquainted with the area spirits, including
tiny dust bunnies and, of course, Totoro. When Mei
hears that her mother's condition maybe worsening, she
resolves to visit her all by herself. It's up to Satsuki, with
the help of Totoro and his friends, to find her.
"Totoro" was the first Miyazaki film I saw, long before
I knew what anime was. Fox Home Entertainment first
released it years ago and I saw it as a child. Disney has


recently re-released the movie with a new English dub.
but I haven't had a chance to hear it yet. While some
adults may find the quiet storytelling a bit slow, I have
yet to find a child that didn't absolutely love this movie.
"Kiki's Delivery Service" (1989)
Kiki, a 13-year old witch, leaves home, as is the
traditional for witches, to spend a year in another city or
town where there is no witch already living, 'so that she
can learn to be independent. Unsure of her trade, she and
her black cat Jiji struggle to live on their own and find a
place in their new community before making nev.
friends.
"Kiki's Delivery Service," along with "Totoro," are
perhaps the best known (in America) of Miyazaki's
films, thanks to recurring appearances on theDisney
Channel over the past decade or so. Kiki's struggles to
make new friends and find her place in the world are
ones that all children go through as they grow up, and
Miyazaki's storytelling ability is able to make the
journey one to remember.
"Porco Rosso" (1992)
Leaving children stories behind temporarily, "Porco
Rosso" is a film'that has been described "a movie % whichh
tired businessmen
,on international
flights can enjoy
even with their
minds dulled due
to lack of oxygen.
The i mo ie is
i about an Italian
Air Force pilot
ho left the
sr ice due to the
rise of fascism. He
later becomes a
Sbouni hunter,
assu.nin Th&--"
name "Porco
Rosso" The
Crimson Pig) and,
a.. an unfortunately.
magical encounter
later, becomes an
actual pig. Filled

aerial combat and
a bit of romance thrs n in for good measure. Porco
Rosso is not the kirf,of cartoon American audiences are
used to.
"Princess Nononoke" i1997
Returning to the, en\ironmenital messages of
'Nauicaa." N ivazak tells us a story, set during Japan's
Muromachi Period (1333-1568). At its roots, it is a story
about a mystic fight between the Animal Gods of the
forest and humans. On the side of the animal gods is
San, a human girl raised by the wolf god Moro. On the
side of the humans is Lady Eboshi who is cutting down
the forest for her iron-making operation. Caught in the
middle is Ashitaka, an Emishi boy, struggles to find ad
way for both sides to co-exist.
Perhaps Miyazaki's deepest movie in terms of
storytellitig, "Princess Mononoke" is also his most adult,
and rightfully received a PG-13 rating when it was first
released in America. Parents be warned, while
Miyazaki's films are some of the best children's movies
made, this one is best left for older teens and adults.
"Princess Mononoke" was the highest grossing movie in
Japan before being unseated by "Titanic." It also
received the best film award at the Japanese Academy
Awards.
"Spirited Away" (2001)
Displacing "Titanic" to reclaim the top spot all-time at
the Japanese box office, "Spirited Away" also picked up
a share of the Golden Bear at the prestigious Berlin Film
Festival and Best Animated Feature at the Academy
Awards.
Returning the children's movies, "Spirited Away" is a
fantasy adventure about a 10-year-old girl. Chihiro and
her family accidently find themselves in the Land of
Spirits, inhabited by gods and ruled by the greedy witch
Yu-baba. Chihiro's parents are transformed into pigs and
she is made to work at Yu-baba's bathhouse. Joining
together with the mysterious boy Haku, Chihiro must
rescue her parents and find her way back home.
The success of "Spirited Away" sparked the recent
releases by Disney of Miyazaki's films and helped a
larger audience find his work.
"Howl's Moving Castle" (2004)
Based on "Howl's Moving Castle" by Diana Wynne
Jones, the film follows the story of young Sophie Hatter,
the eldest of three daughters and "doomed" to an
uninteresting life as a hat maker. When she is cursed by
the Witch of the Waste with the body of a 90-year-old
woman, she finds her way to the moving castle inhabited
by the wizard Howl, said by all to eat the souls of young
girls. Howl, however, is cursed himself, and the two may
be able to help each other, and find love as well.
Miyazaki is truly one of the greatest filmmakers alive
today, not just as an animator. In America there is a
stigma that animation is only for children. With the
growing popularity of anime across the world, that is
slowly changing, but what we need to remember is
animation is not a genre, like romance or comedy. It is
simply a different medium in which to tell a story.
Miyazaki has taken that medium, and with the benefit
of his imagination and storytelling, has taken on
adventure after adventure for more than two decades.


Experience Asia
The Asian poalition.,of Tallahassee will host Experience Asia 2007, Saturday, Sept. 29, at
'the Lewis and Bloxham Parks in downtown Tallahassee from 10 a,.m. until 5 p'.,n. Tallahassee's
third annual celebration of the art, music, crafts, cuisine and performing and martial arts of
Asia will feature .international performers from Taiwan and Korea as well as Japanese
performers from Pensacola ,and Filipino performers from Tampa. Admission is free.
Representatives from'the Chinese, Filipino, Indian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Sri Lankan,
Taiwanese and Thai communities will be on hand to share traditions and practices unique to
each culture. For more information, or a schedule of events, visit www.asiantlh.org.

CALENDAR FEET


THEATRE
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.
Tuesday, Oct. 16
The Tallahassee Broadway Series
opens its 2007-08 season with "Evita."
Winner of seven Tony Awards, this
collaboration of Andrew Lloyd Webber'
and Tim Rice tells the story of Eva
Peron, the wife of former Argentine
dictator Juan Pron. Eva captivated a
nation by championing the working
class. Tickets are available by visiting
www.tlccc.org or by calling 800-322-
3602.
CLASSICAL MUSIC
Thursday, Oct. 18
The Live at Dowling Park Artist Series
presents "An American Carnival,"
featuring the Caribbean Sound Steel
Pan and World Music Ensemble. Using
steel drums, the stage show mixes the
sound of culture of the Caribbean


(352) 498-7001


New Patients Welcome


No Prep
A 0 W %ONwt


P.O. Box 2059
117 NE Hwy.
Cross City, Fl.


CLASSICAL Msc
through Calypso, Soca and Latin music
with classical, Anmerican pop and
original compositions. The concert will
be held at 7 p.m. at the Village Church.
For more information, visit
www.acvillage.net/artistseries.html.
FESTIVALS
Saturday, Sept. 29
The Taylor Coastal Communities
Association will hold a Beach* Carnival.
There will be games; bingo, karaoke, a
chili cook-off and face painting. Games
will run from 3 until 5 p.m. Karaoke and
dancing begin at 3 p.m. For more
information, visit www.taylorcca.com.
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, Pure & Simple,
Cowlick Bluegrass Band and the Wilson
Family. All proceeds from the event will
benefit the March of Dimes.
Saturday, Oct. 13
An afternoon full of creative energy is
planned at the Florida State University's
Master Craftsman Studio's Fall Fire Arts


Cross City

Dental, PA

Stephen M. Henry DMD
David R. Schneck DMD


Mini Implants for
Denture Stabilization
Crowns & Bridges


35


Festival. The event, located on Gaines
Street in Tallahassee, will have
demonstrations of raku fired clay by
artist Mitch Kimball, blacksmithing by
Atlanta artist Corina Mensoff and iron
-casting by guest James Davis. For more
information, visit www.craft.fsu.edu.
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 thNird Perry Opry, which will run from
7 until 10 p.m. that evening.
Saturday, Nov. 3
The annual Steinhatchee Riverfest
will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. at the Steinhatchee Community
Center and Park. The Riverfest will
include arts and crafts, a low country
boil, a canoe and kayak river poker run
and more. The event is sponsored by
the Steinhatchee Community Projects
Board, Inc.


Balls of Fury
Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m. s 5mm.
Sunday 4:00 p.m. (PG13)
Under Dog
Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m. 8o min.
Sunday 4:00 p.m (PG)
Mr. Bean's Holiday
Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m. s5 min.
Sunday 4:00 p.m. (G)
Coming Attractions...
Game Plan 3:10 to Yuma
The Kingdom Mr. Woodcock
For special ashowngs cab Jrn mat (850) 371 .4028
BOX OFFICE PRICES
Sunday Matinee $4.00 All Seats
All other showings $5.00 All Seats
118 E. Park St. (behind Foodlari) 223-6684
COUPON u G M 2 $.
I Buy 1 Ticket Get 2nd $3.00 I
L 'AWaNr iiSnalt M ar wj F.iim. 3


V e













Looking


Back


B-2 Perry News-Herald September 28-29, 2007


Let's


Talk


$ Taken in 1948, this photo
Gulf (LOP&G) diesel locor
a curve. In the 1912 scene
right, a LOP&G first-clas
. signal to depart from Live
and Hampton Springs. Be.
> Station was served by the
Air Line and Florida Railh
S Perry) trains. On the lef
. freight station-which was als
courtesy Florida State Archives ar




'Ride' 1


Sati
w-

A railroad history workshop will
.be held at Grace Manor
'Community Center and Restaurant
(the restored home of Thomas
IDowling) in Greenville today
j(Friday) and Saturday, Sept. 29.
The Saturday program will
focus on history of the LOP&G;.
:beginning with coffee and pastries
zat Grace Manor starting at 7:30
""a.m.
Dr. Revis Butler Jr., of Atlanta,
-a great-grandson of Thomas


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
Sept. 21, 1972

" BEAUTIFUL FRONT PAGE
Miss Georgia for 1968, now
Mrs. Stephen Alan Stapp, was
-spotlighted as the Mistress of
,Ceremonies for the Forest Festival
,gQueen Pageant. She shared front
.page with four local beauties, who
were contestants in the upcoming
pageant: Randi Redmon, Leslie
.Kay Griner, Glenda Parlor and
:'Cindy Westmoreland.

COUNTY BACKS COASTAL
LANDOWNERS
,,:.Bold type declared the Taylor
:Couny Commission's promise to
W- '


o shows the Live Oak, Perry &
motive #301 traveling around
e in the photo shown bottom
s passenger train awaits a
Oak's Union Station to Perry
sides the LOP&G, the Union
Atlantic Coast Line, Seaboard
way (also from Live Oak to
t is the Atlantic Coast Line
so used by the LOP&G. (Photos
nd the Russell Tedder collection)




:he rails


irday

Dowling who founded the
Dowling Lumber Company and
the LOP&G, will present a
programlon the "Dowling Legacy."
At 10 a.m., Russell Tedder, of
Little Rock, Ark., a railroad
historian, former agent for the
LOP&G in Perry and a career
railroader, will present an
overview of history of the LOP&G
from the end of the Dowling era
Please see page 3


back coastal landowners "against
the state's attempt to seize low
lands." Although the exact amount
of land involved in the controversy
was not certain at this point,
county officials suggested that it
might approach 120 thousand
acres..

BEFORE CAR SEATS
WERE MANDATED...
A front page picture showed
City Patrolman Charles Wilson
making notes on a' crash which
occurred just north .of Perry on
U.S. 19 when a small child riding
with the driver suddenly crawled
across the steering wheel, causing
the driver to run head-on into a
telephone pole. No one was injured
and no one was charged. .


S*P~ September 28-29, 2007-

News-He'ald


P.O. Box 888
Perry Florida


DONALD D. LINCOLN
Publisher

DEBBIE CARLTON
Business Manager

ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI
Staff Writer/Advertising Sales

MARK VIOLA
Staff Writer


123 S. Jefferson Street
(850) 584-5513


SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Managing Editor

CAROLYN DuBOSE
Advertising Director

LIBBY DENMARK
Graphic Arts

SHERRI CARTER
Classified Advertising


The Perry News-Herald (ISSN 07470967) is published each.Friday by Perry News-
papers, Inc,.123 S, Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347. Subscriptions are $35.00
Speryear or $49.00 out of county, Periodicals postage paid at Perry Florida 32348.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to the Perry News-Herald, P.O. Box 888,
Perry FL 32348,
rThe Perry News-Herald welcomes Letters to the Editor reflecting responsible opin-
ions and views on the news. Please submit letters by Monday at 5 p.m. The Taco
Times reserves the right to refuse publication of letters which are libelous or irre-
sponsible, Name may be withheld if circumstances so require, but all letters sub-
mitted should be signed by the writer and accompanied by a phone number for
verification,
We look forward to hearing from you! Our address is Perry, Newspapers, Inc.,
P.O. Box 888, Perry, Florida 2348, e-mail: newsdesk@perrynewspapers.com
Member Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.


CRASH SCENE DEPICTED
-The pilot of a U.S. Air Force
helicopter was shown at the site of
a plane crash near the mouth of the
Fenholloway River.
The plane had carried a man and
his six-year-old daughter; both
were killed in the wreckage which
required Air Force assistance in the
search.
The newspaper reported that
most of the wreckage was buried in
the swamp.

THREE WEDDINGS
REPORTED
"Women's World" pages told of
three weddings: Debra Lytle and
Charles Roberts married on Aug.'
12 at Lake Bird Methodist; Judith
Karen Aman and Michael Allen
Waldorf married Sept. 3 at Eridu
Baptist; and Jana Diane Hot
became the bride of Robert Eugene
Lee III on Aug. 12 in Marietta, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Kelly
celebrated their silver anniversary,
honored by their children: Mrs.
Thelmna Chasteen, Amy Kelly,
Winifred Kelly and June Kelly.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Bowden
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Camille Ann, to Billy
Lynn Rawls of Tallahassee.

A&P UPGRADE PICTURED
Two photographs depicted the
interior of the A&P Grocery Store.
One showed Manager R.F.
Brunson with T.J. Wright, assistant
manager.
The second showed the interior
in 1972, which had been
"modernized."
The photographs told of the
retirement of Brunson after 37
years of service. Keith Waugh


would
store..


assume management of the


250 ATTEND
FARM BUREAU PICNIC
City Park played host to 250
when Farm Bureau held its annual
picnic.
The tradition of fish and swamp
cabbage was broken, and members
were served charcoal-grilled
steaks.
Jim Phillips, president,
recognized notables while door
prizes were awarded to many who
attended.

TWO WEEKS LEFT IN FFF
FISHING CONTEST
The Florida Forest Festival
Fishing Contest was slated to end
Oct. 1, leaving anglers with two
weeks to capture top positions.
The 1972 contest had 18 weigh-
in stations across the Big Bend and
promised prizes exceeding $1000.
Local fishing leaders, as of, Sept.
11, included Danny Mock with a 7-
pound, 4-ounce sheepshead, Willis
Williams with a 7-pound, 8-ounce
blue fish and Fred Harrington with
a 3-pound, 12-ounce red snapper.
Other category leaders hailed from
Georgia and Alabama, as well as
Gainesville, Ocala, Yankeetown,
Tallahassee, Old Town and
Quincy.

HATHCOCK STARS IN
BULLDOG GAME
Lamar Hathcock carried the ball
44 times in the Bulldogs' regular
season opener, leading the local
team to a 13-7 victory over the
Buchholz Bobcats in Gainesville.
The team was poised to take on
Maclenny next, at home.


Don't find fault. Find a remedy. --Henry Ford

The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose
shade you do not expect to sit. --Nelson Henderson

The difference between try and
triumph is a little umph. --Author Unknown


4 -0 Delores Walker

Mama s moneypurse
While I was growing up I was convinced Mama
had a never ending source of money. It was not a
spoken fact on her part nor on mine. Whether true
or not I was convinced. The source lay within the
multiple purses stored in the chifforobe. The
chifforobe was a combination closet and chest of
drawers. Mama's Sunday dresses, hats and shoes
all occupied a special place, but none of those
objects held my fascination as did the small corner .
compartment where the purses were kept. It was
kept under lock and key, which added to the
mystery for a small child.
Ever so often I watched as Mama would insert the
key and stand gazing at the contents. Finally, as .if
coming to a major decision, she selected .a purse.
Standing before the mirror, Mama held the:purse
close to her side. With a slight shake of 'her-.tead In
agreement, she once again locked the secret place
that. held the supply of purses. Without- being
aware, I was taught a fashion lesson about
matching and completing an outfit.
My eyes never missed the times Mama would pull
a seemingly endless supply of cash from her purse.
Be it at church, the grocery store or for quarter to
spend at Ellison's Store, her hand never came up
empty when she reached into her.purse.
Being the nosy child I was, the day came when I
decided to investigate the sacred cache for myself.
Involving my little sister Leta as. a lookout, I
sneaked a chair from the kitchen and quietly-ominde
my way to Mama's bedroom. When. Leta gave me the
"all clear" signal, I climbed up on. the chair and
reached for the key Mama kept on top of the
chifforobe. With my heart beating a sound that'
would put war drums to shame, I inserted the key
and made the final turn to' open the door. My'eyes,
widened at the sight of the colorful array of purses.
Not daring to touch a single one;' I once again
turned the key to relock the door. The chair was
returned to the lktchen.andjI.eJa and LpJod asppt
to discuss our first "breaking and entering" venture.
As with most forays into a life of crime, I couldn't
forget the look. of the purses stacked one on' the
other. Deep down I knew with that. many :purses, .
there was bound to be a fortune stored in their
contents. Leta was only three, so she didn't put up..
a lot of resistance when I told her she had to be the.
lookout again. With my mind made up, I went
ahead with the planned robbery. Choosing my time,
with Mama out of the house, I put my plans in
action. Knowing all the time God was .surely
watching and very displeased, I sneaked the kitchen
chair to the bedroom and unlocked the door of the
chifforobe. Unlike my first peek at the purses, this
time my hands reached. inside and I withdrew a .,,
purse. Feeling like the lowest human eieing :on
earth, I reached inside, swishing my hand from side -
to side. With a cry of utter disappointmentjmyhiand ,
came up empty. Tossing first one purse then
another to the floor, I searched each one -and came
up with the same results, no money.
Realizing my home robbery was a bust, I put all
the purses away, locked the door and cleaned up.
the evidence that I had ever been there. Or, so I
thought. Fact was, in my haste to cover my crime, Ii
didn't return the purses the way Mama had :left
them. Even though it was a day or two before Mama:
discovered the invasion, reckoning day came. When
Mama called me to task, it was almost a relief since :
I was feeling pretty lowdown and miserable.
Standing before Mama, she said, "Looks like
someone decided to go through my purses. Do you
girls know anybody that would do such a thing?"
Taking a firm stance, with our eyes downcast, Leta :
and I decided we could lie our way out of this crime:
Holding tightly to each other's hand, I made the
mistake of raising my eyes to Mama's eyes. I saw
such hurt in her clear blue eyes, I knew. I was
doomed. "It was me," I whispered. "Excuse me, I
didn't hear you," Mama said. As I repeated the ,:
damning words to Mama, I felt like my life-was over
at the age of nine. I knew I had broken her trust in
me and I was mortally ashamed.
But, as most parents will tell you, you never give
up on your children. Mama used a method that is
tried and true. She made me own up, take
responsibility for my crime, then she trusted me
again with the very thing that was almost my
downfall. There were numerous times Mama would -
send me to the chifforobe to get her purse,, even
going so far as to ask me to take money out for
specific items. Occasionally Mama let us clean out
her purses with our payment being whatever cash
we found in them at the time.
It was a wonderful way to teach trust and it has
stood firm in me until this day. I am so aware of not
taking anything that belongs to another that when I
find a stray penny on the ground I look around for
the owner before keeping it. I've wondered if this
highly-developed sense of right and wrong was
instrumental in my children's choice of careers--
they are both in law enforcement. Mama would be
so proud!
















Nov. 1 deadline
for nominations
The Taylor County Historical
Society is currently accepting
nominations for the Dr. W.H.
Peacock and Dr. Wilson T.
Hendry Award.
The deadline for entries is
Nov. 1.
The award will recognize an
individual who has made
"significant contributions to the
furtherance of the Taylor
County Historical Society's
mission, which is preserving
our local history and heritage,"
President Wanda Cash said.
Written one-page
nominations may be submitted
at the historical society
museum, which is open every
Thursday from 1-5 p.m.


Caravan rolls to
Hampton Springs
RIDE THE RAILS
Continued from page 2
until the demise of the line.
An open forum on the history of
the LOP&G and other railroads
will begin at 11 a.m.
At 12:30 p.m., following lunch
at Grace Manor, attendees are
invited to join an automobile
caravan which will tour sites along
the LOP&G in Live Oak and
Suwannee County, including the
Suwannee County Museum, and
Advent Christian Village.
. The caravan will stop at other
sites along the LOP&G that are
still visible, including the Perry
depot, which is being restored.
Concluding the trip and the
workshop will be a stop at
Hanipton Springs, site of the
former resort Hotel Hampton,
which is being developed as an
historic outdoor park.
For information or to pre-
register, please call Mark Mosely
at (home) (478) 218-2884, (cell)
(478) 731-3586 or (work) (478)
222-3652. For information on the
Perry tour, please call Auley
Rowell at 838-6124.


B-3 Perry News-Herald September 28-29, 2607


Discover the 'key' to winning customers


The key to business success is a
happy customer. Don't know how
to do that? Here's a class that will
help you develop ways to attract,
win and retain customers: "The
Key to Winning Customers."
Sign up today for North Florida


TTI tour
Taylor County Middle School students from Sabrina
Guenthner's class recently toured Taylor Technical Institute,
learning about various career-training opportunities
available locally.


Look who's
turning
5
on September 28
Kavien
Matthew

Gillyard
From Mama, Daddy
SKarisma and the
rest of your family


Happy Birthday to a
very special lady in our
lives,..A beautiful wife
.. and mother
Mrs. Lekisha A.
Robinson
P i., N.- .. Sept. 27
SWe love ya and sendya
the best wish on your
birthday
Love,
Your husband George and Families
Bug, Snottie & Kira


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


Community College's Small
Business Development Center
session Thursday, Oct. 4.
The class is from 6 until 8 p.m.
and will be held in Room 104 of
the Business Education Building
(#7) in Madison. The fee is $10.


SBDC offers small business;
counseling and workshops, a
resource library and a computer.
learning station/Internet access.
For information contact Devona.
Sewell at (850) 973-9409 or e-mail
SBDC@nfcc.edu.


Jon D. Caminez
BOARD CERTIFIED CIVIL TRIAL ATTORNEY
Ian Brown
Certified Civil Mediator
Cary A. "Bo" Hardee, III

Personal Injury & Wrongful Death
e* AUTOMOTIVE, TRUCK, & MOTORCYCLE
ACCIDENTS
DEFECTIVE PRODUCTS
MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE/MALPRACTICE
SLIP & FALL PREMISES LIABILITY
NURSING HOME NEGLIGENCE
(850)386-7553
Tallahassee No Fees or Cost
1882 Capital Cirde NE, Suite 103 until Recovery
Tallahassee, FL 32308


Toll Free: 1-877-997-8181
The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based
sole upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask the lawyer to send you
Tree written information about their qualifications and experience.


(850)997-8181
Monticello
1307 S. Jefferson Street
Monticello, FL 32344


0i rtM" hv: Ta iktiitv Board 0 Cmlhtv Cemi,
qiferryTallertuiitChew Sbom sru


Diane A. Schlick, D.O.


& Sharon A. Schlick, PA-C
are happy to announce that

Pam Morgan, ARNP

is joining our practice.



We would also like to announce the following
NEW SERVICES


Weight loss the right way with Sharon A. Schlick, PA-C
Accepting new patients now!


Radiowave Technology for the removal of unsightly blemishes without scarring.
Call for your consult today!


Cosmetic treatment of unsightly varicose veins.
Call for your consult today!


For permanent hair removal, rosacea, sun damaged skin and more!
Call for your free consult today!


Due to our current patient volume and our commitment to quality health care,
we are accepting new patients for weight loss and cosmetic procedures only.


'rM"W "f WA S


















B-4 Perry News-Herald September 28-29, 2007


Small ads...big deals


THE AUCTION HOUSE OF MADISON
WILL BE HAVING AN AUCTION ON
SATURDAY THE 29TH. 1693 SW Mosley
Hall Rd. (CR360) Madison, Florida (850)
973-2959.- MASTERCARD, VISA AND
DEBIT CARDS FOOD FUN & GIVE-A-
WAYR, 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




OLi>CONSIGNMENT PICK-UP-GIFTS"
1OF GRACE-IF YOU HAVE ITEMS THAT
WERE PLACED ON CONSIGNMENT
BEFORE JUNE 2007-PLEASE PICK-UP
BY DECEMBER 1, 2007- ANYTHING
THAT IS NOT PICKED-UP BY
DECEMBER 1, 2007 WILL BECOME
PROPERTY OF GIFTS OF GRACE,
NEW FALL/WINTER STORE HOURS-
'TUES... WED, THURS.-3:00-5:30. FRIDAY
. 12:30-5:30 AND SATURDAY 10:00-3:00.
STILLL ACCEPTING CONSIGNMENTS-
10 ITEMS AT A-TIME-FOR SIX MONTHS
AT A TIME. 106 E. MAIN ST.-ON THE
SQUARE 584-7770..
9/7GOG


For Sale: Frost-free upright freezer, like
new $85. 584-6574.
9/28

PILLOWTOP mattress Queen, brand new
$1201 Cdll today 850-545-7112 (can
deliver)
GCN4
5 Piece Living Room Set with 100%
Microfiber sofa/chair and, 3 piece coffee
set $600, ALL NEW in boxes. Delivery
available. 850-222-7783.
GCN4
Pub/Empire Set 6 piece, solid wood $575
BRAND-NEW still in the boxes 850-425-
8374
GCN4
New Air Bed Mattress set with dual
controls adjustable by the number. Retails
at $1999 will let go at $1299. Call today
(850) 222-9879
GCN4
King Designer Bedroom complete set
including TV Armoire, all new. Sacrifice
$995 (850) 545-7112.
GCN4
I


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


Carport Sale: Saturday 7:30 a.m. 2:30
p.m. at 1862 Pine Bluff Road, off Houck
Rd. onto Sullivan then onto Pine Bluff.
Furniture, couch, clothing and
miscellaneous items.
9/28
Moving Sale/Cleaning House: 602 N.
Jefferson St., Saturday, 9:00 a.m. Hospital
bed, wheelchair, walker, chest of drawers,
box springs, lamps, Orbitrek exercise
equipment, desks, musical and toy odds &
ends. Call for pool table, complete, 584-
4678.,,
Yard Sale: Friday and Saturday, 4289 U.S.
98 West, Electric stove, washers, Oryers,,,
- rocking 'air,, able and chairs, Kirby,
Vacuum and lots more.
Multiple family yard sale: small
appliances, furniture, lots of name brands
juniors, ladies and children's clothes and
much more. 5821 Freeman Rd. off Puckett
Rd. 8:00 a.m. 12 noon.
9/28
Yard Sale: Saturday, 8:00 a.m. -12 noon,
1364 Grubbs St. Exercising machines,
,antiques, bicycle, linens, glassware,
collectibles.
9/28
Yard Sale: Saturday, Sept. 29, 2915
Johnson Stripling Rd., Clothes, shoes,
household items, compound bows, scope,
too much to list. Beyond Joe P. Burns
Funeral Home, 3-1/2 miles on left.
9/28
Yard Sale: Saturday, Sept. 29, 8:00 a.m. -
12 noon. 1130 S. Fair Rd. Behind BP
Travel Station on Hwy. 19 N., off Reddick
.Dr., follow signs.



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.
9/26-9/28

Come one... '
come all!

PERRY ELKS


BINGO
Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
S305 Puckett Road i
FREE FIREWOOD
GAS PLANT RD
584-3380
9/14-10/10
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,
9/28
Miscellaneous items for sale: 12x24 cook
shed $3,000, .hot tub $1,200, small sheds,
carport, hydraulic lift gate, S/S frig, gas
stove, washer & dryer, electric scooter,
1995 Ford Windstar van, ringer washer,
frost-free freezer, china cabinet, chest of
drawers, bed and other household items.
Call for appointment to browse, 850-843-
2784,


For Sale: 2 Acres in Warrior Creek
Subdivision in Cul de sack. Asking
$30,000. for more information call Mark
Espich.772-584-2845.
9/14-9/28


Commercial Building for Leases 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

For sale by owner: 2/4 Bedrooms, 2 baths,
pool, barn, double carport. '2024 Woods
Creek Rd., Perry. Asking for appraisal
price $140K. 850-843-2784.
9/28-10/5
For sale by owner: 5 bedroom, 2 bath, 602
N. Jefferson St. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 113
Lewis Dr. 3 bedroom, 1 bath 602 W.
Bacon St. 584-4678
9/28-10/10

Land for Sale, 221 North between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please Call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
3/21-tfnEF

!!! PRICE REDUCTIONII! 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.
tfnIHP

FORECLOSURE 4BR DWMH ON 24:
acres in Spring Warrior. $89,947..., MUST
ACT FAST. Call 850-838-9090.
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

Buy my ex-husband's Lot. Yates Creek
Landing, 1 acre. Owner Financing,
$35,000, Lot 11, Block "B". Call (770) 841-
8023.
9/21-10-10


S'-WANT TO BUY


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

Used Furniture
Bedroom Dining Room Living Room Bedding


183V. MinS S U H OSE eryFL3 a4


How about a new mobile home for as littlee
as $150 bi weekly? Call for details.
Prestige Home Centers in Chiefland. Also
open Sunday 12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or
800-477-2492
3/16tfnPH

No down for Landownersl 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


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

CLOSE-OUT!!! 2006-2007 models. Call
us now at Prestige Home Centers. 1-800-
477-2492.
tfnPH '
For Sale: Perfect Hunting & Fishing MH,
69,000 actual miles, completely gone
through mechanically $4500 o.b.o. Call
850-584-9568.
9!12tfnBBS


For Sale: 98 Palm Harbor Single Wide
16X80, 2 BR/2BA. Must be moved
$16,500. Call 584-3091 or 672-1709.



Found: Exotic bird with leg band, green,.
Found on Center Street. Call to identify
584-4059.


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
employment.
Salary Range: $10.49-$14.45

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.com
(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-V757
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 St Madison, FL 32340
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER


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
Westgate Hotel Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable, AC/
Heater. Everything included. $154 weekly
or $40 daily plus tax. (RV sites also
available) 1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-
843-8151.
9/7tfnLS


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

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.
9/14-10/10LS
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $550
required $45 deposit, $154 weekly or $40
daily plus tax. 317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy.
850-584-7033.
9/7tfnLS- .

WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS
1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments.'HUD vouchers considered.
Equal Opportunity. Office hours are 8:00-
5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call 850-584-5668. 709
W. Church St., Perry, FL 32348. TDD 711.
9/19tfWA
FURNISHED- 1BR&2BR CONDO'S FOR
RENT BY THE MONTH W/LEASE $750 &
$875, WATER, CABLE TV, INTERNET,
HOT TUB INCLUDED, STEINHATCHEE,
FL. CALL ROBIN AT 352-498-7740 OR E-
MAIL
WWW.STEINHATCHEEPALCE.COM
9/19-10/12

NEED A LARGER HOME?

Beautiful 3500 Sq Ft Home on 2 acres
located at 103 Dogwood Way. Plenty
of room for you & your family to spread
out. Owner may consider lease also.
Or, buy this home outright for $280,500.
Contact Debby Howard at
Sun & Stars Realty
223-1849 or 386-590-0848
for a private showing of this home


Early Bird
Regular


6 p.m.
7 p.m.


Shrine Club
(Hwy. 19 North) 584-2434
*Must be 18 yrs. or older


3 BR/2 Bath house on the Beach Rd. $650
a month. Call Kevin 307-851-2353.
9/26-9/28




Worker needed in Woodworking Shop.
Experience helpful, must be dependable.
Call after 9:00 584-3340.
9/21-9/28
Help wanted Badcocks & 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
Help Wanted: Part-time bookerkeeper
needed. Call after 9:00 584-3340.
9/21-9/28

FORCE ONE RECRUITING
108 WEST RYDER ST.
LITCHFILED, ILL. 62056
217-324-4100
CALLING ALL!!!
Coyote Ugly Type Girls and Road Rules
Kind of guys, if this describes you, then
you are right for our awesome travel job.
It's a youth incentive program that will take
you coast to coast working with a fun and
Adventurous group! $400-$800 a week,
2pd. Vacations + bonuses! Transportation
& Lodging provided. Opportunity knocks,
THIS ONE ROCKS!!!
1-800-701-1442
www.forceoneteam.com
18 & over over
9/21-10/3

Dragline Oiler, Dragline Oper and Plant
Maint needed for rock crushing plant.
Must have 2 years exp. Competitive
benefits pkg. Drug Free Workplace/EEO
Employer. A Mining Group LLC 850-584-
4131 apply in person at 19080 W US Hwy
98.
9/28


The District School Board of Taylor
County Head Start Program is accepting
applications for the following vacant
positions:
Teacher Aide (Perry) (2 positions) 8
hrs/10 mos. Minimum qualifications are:
Associate Degree in Early Childhood
Education or related field. High School
Diploma or equivalency and passing score
on Parapro Assessment Test-are required.
Recent satisfactory experience working
with pre-school children is preferred. Must
be able to promote developmentally
appropriate practices and take direction
from supervisors.
Bus Aide (Perry) 4H/9M ( Two hours in
the. morning; two hours in the afternoon)
Minimum qualifications are: A High School
Diploma or equivalent. Patience and a
special desire to work with preschool
students. Must be in excellent physical.
condition and able to do heavy lifting.
Ability to follow instructions ad
communicate effectively and courteously.
Interested applicants please contact the
Taylor One Stop Career Center, (850) 491-
4612 or (850) 838-2500. These positions
are open to school board employees and
the general public. The Taller County
School Bo4rd adheres to a drug free
workplace policy. Drug testing with a
negative result is required. Head Start
employees must pass health screening,
fingerprintiting, and background check
required by DCF for licensing daycare
workers. Closing date for these positions
is October 4, 2007, 12:00 Noon.
If reasonable ADA accommodations are
needed for the application process, please
notify our Personnel Director during the
application period at 850-838-2500.
9/28-10/3


Driver with Van or Covered Truck needed
to deliver magazines to stores once a
month. Ideal for retirees, housewives, or
someone who alrea-dy has delivery route.
Experience a plus but not required. Call
386-684-9726.
9/28


& Saturday
or(10 am-2 pm)

12560 Spring
Warrior Road

4 properties available!
$90,000 $100,000 each
All 2000 or newer on at least I acre!

No money down and closing cost assistance to
Qualified buyers!

Call Kathie Stokes at 850-510-4239 or
Tim Morgan at 850-510-8206 for more information.
Century 21 First Realty




12560 Spring Warrior Rd.
Friday, Sept. 28 & Saturday, Sept. 29
Starting 8:00 a.m.
OVER $100,000 IN MERCHANDISE
* Two New Holland Tractors w/Loaders, Tractor Attachments,
Trailers, Fuel Tanks
* Specialty Tools, Professional Tools, Cutting Torch,, Miller
Combo Tig/Stick Welder, Generators, Pressure Washer,
Table Saw, Joiner, Planer, Power Tools, Nail Guns, Screw
Guns, Hand Tools, Drywall Lift, Wall & Ceiling Texture
Sprayer, Paint Sprayer
* Plumbing & Electrical Supplies
* Lots of Nice Furniture, Antiques, Household Goods,
Storage Shelves, Office Furniture
* Electronics, Office Equipment, Kids Toys
* 2003 Ford Lariat, Golf Cart & Much More!
.; S SltTTT~?; -ell *} .:


Little House in Perry For Sale





OPEN HOUSE

This Saturday, Sept. 29 -- 9 am 2 pm
2 Bedroom, 1 Bath REDUCED to $34,000
Will consider offers
Corner Lot 201 W.,Ash St. -- Perry, Fla. -- 1-727-247-5360


Maintenance Mechanic


We are recruiting for a qualified individual to provide reliable shift
coverage by performing basic mechanical repairs to operating
equipment. Prime skills required in millwright craft, machine practices
and welding. Individual must be capable of diagnosing equipment
problems and making repairs with minimum supervision. Ideal
candidate must have 3 5 years experience in related mechanical work.
Position requires possible shift work.
Qualified individuals may send resume in confidence to:

St. Marks Powder
A General Dynamics Company
Attn: Patrick Hutto Manager, Human Resources
P.O. Box 222
St. Marks, FL 32355
EOE M/FNID Drug Free Workplace


I Every Tu











B-5 Perry News-Herald September 28-29,_2-o0.7


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 tFe application process, please
notify our Personnel Director during the
application period at (850) 838-2500.
SNon-Instructional Administrative Position
Administrative Complex:
Director of Finance-Position #900375501
Contact: Oscar M. Howard Jr. 850-838-
2500.
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


Administrative- Customer Service
We are currently taking applications for the
position of Customer Service
representative at our Limerock Mine, 23 MI
E of Perry, Fl. MS Office experience
required. Hours: 5 am 4 p.m.: 5
days/week. Must be dependable; possess
good interpersonal skills and team
oriented. Background, physical and drug
test required.
EXCELLENT PAY & BENEFITS
Apply in person to Martin Marietta
Materials, 22550 Nutall Rise Rd, Perry, Fl.
www.martinmarietta.com
EEOC/M/F/D.V
9/26-10/5


Driver- Jacksonville Terminal
CT TRANSPORTATION
HOME EVERY WEEKEND
GUARANTEED!
TOP PAY for Exp'd Drivers!
NO TOUCH FREIGHT
65% preload/pretarped
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com


01 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


Do you suffer from

BAD CREDIT?
When you try 2 borrow $$$ does the bank
tell you 2 forget it?

If this sounds like you give us a call

1-866-271-5175


Eye Tech Training Program CHILDREN'S CASE MANAGER #2169
Immediate opening FT w/benefits; Career Requires a bachelor's degree from an
opportunity; Direct-patient-care duties; accredited university or college with a
Books provided; Entry-level salary; major in counseling, social work,
Substantial increase at 1-year psychology, criminal justice, nursing,
w/attainment of ophthalmic certification rehabilitation, special education, health
and good performance evaluation. PCAs, education or a related human services
CNAs, and honor students are encouraged field with one (1) year of full-time or
to apply. Requirements: HS diploma or equivalent experience working with
equiv.; articulate; initiative, highly .children with severe emotional
motivated; good home study habits; ability disturbance; or other bachelor's degree
to quickly grasp and apply-new principles from an accredited university or college
& techniques; ability to lift/carry 50 lbs. or with three (3) years full-time or equivalent
more. Nature Coast Eyecare institute experience working with children with
Perry, Florida EOE Fax resume (850) severe emotional disturbances.
838-3937 Phone (850) 584-2778, Ext. 639 Fohr more information:
9/19-10/5 www.apalcheecenter.org (850)523-3217 or
f(800)2262931 or visit our Human
TAYIOR COUNT A F COUNTYiY@ARI@FCgUNTY ,Circ ,E.,
COMMISSIONERS I alaassee,0.
An equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action
Engineer- FT $50,024-56,305-DOQ Employer/ Drug-Free Workplace
Firefighter/EMT $10.78 hr. 9/19-10/12AC


Road Mte. Technician (RMT) $ 8.04 hr.
Methanic- $11.88- $13.37 hr.
Mosquito Control Coordinator $11.88 -
-$13.37
Part Time Airport Manager $11.88- $
13.37
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 submittiV' to Employment
Connections 200 W. Base Street,
Madison, FL. 32340, fax number 850-973-
9757, or mailed to bains(@nfwdb.org.
9/7tfn


-ATMBL 1


Two vehicles for sale: 1995 Ford Taurus
LX 4 door w/sunroof, has great AC and
transmission is perfect. Needs head
gasket and exhaust system. 1995 Buick
Century, runs great, needs minor AC work
and front window switches. Has AC part,
just needs installation. $500 each OBO.
Call 850-223-2474
1984 Plymouth Station Wagon. Low
mileage, Excellent Condition. Auto, 4
cylinder. $1,200. Call 672.0952
9/12-10/10

1984 Plymouth Station Wagon. Low
mileage, Excellent Condition. Auto, 4
cylinder. $1,200. Call 672.0952
9/12-9/28

For Sale: 1'991 Ford Ranger XLT. $1,200
OBO. 2002 Ford Ranger ext. cab $7,000
OBO. Must sell both. 223-3393.
9/21-10/3

~ I


For Sale: 2 Dirt Bikes- 1 Yamaha TTR
250-2002, 1 Yamaha TTR 125-2003
comes with complete riding gear for both
bikes. Asking $3600.00. Call Jeff at 850-
578-2588 home or 850-843-1169 cell.
9/12-9/28
For Sale 2000 EZ Go Golf Cart. Battery
operated with accessories $1800,00. Call
850-838-2925. Price negotiable.
8/29-10/5
1993 Prowler Camper, 30ft long, new
refrigerator, AC/heat, sleeps six people.
Excellent condition. Asking $8,000. Call
850-681-8744.
9/21-9/28




MinPin Puppies. selling out, only 2 left.
Bargain at $200 each. Call 838-3480 or e-
mail joycel@gtcom.net
9/26-10/3 .
For Sale: Rare papered Poodle,
approximately 12 weeks old, male, apricot
color. Call 371-0038 if no answer leave
message. $300
9/26-9/28

Free to good home, Chihuahua, male, 10
months old, 4.5 Ibs., red/white, gentle, 838-
6481. -
9/28-10/3


I


For Sale: 1996 Dodge passenger van used,
for pre-school. Runs good, needs water
pump, blue book price $2800, selling for
$1800. Call 352-650-8580.
9/21 LWWC

Automatic transmission with O/D for Ford
Mustang or Ranger, A4LD transmission,
excellent operating condition, 223-3198.
8/31-9/7 '


IRONWOOD HOMES OF PERRY

850-838-9090


*2BR $29,990!!

.,^ 3 BR $39,990 !

4 BR $52,990!!!!

S5 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"*





TRUCK DRIVERS

Would you like to earn

$1,000/week

and NOT

have to do overnight hauls.?

If so, call us at


(850) 584-6666
Ext. 405


Must have a Class "A" CDL with Hazmat
and Tanker endorsement.
Insurance provided.


The Handyman experts LLC, honest work!
Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting,
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 578-3776 or Cell#,, ,,
:1868-6077.25 years. '
tfJM

Clay Swindle L.L.C. (licensed and'
insured) All types of remodeling:, doors,
windows, docks, painting, etc.
Commercial & Residential. Call 850-223-
1780 or 843-1941. If no answer, please
leave message.' Over 20 years of
experience
3/7tfnCSp

STUMP GRINDING
and
PRESSURE WASHING,
Free Estimates!!!
Call Billy Blue at
672-0955 or 838-1307
3/10tfnBB


AUTOMOBILES


FOR LEASE OR SALE:
Fully functional Restaurant "The Smoke
House", ready to go, on US 90 "The Main
Drag", downtown Greenville, $750 per
month or $115,000, All Realty Services
850-973-9990,
8/15tfnARS
Turn $24 into $400 thousand. richin3
months.com

Morgan's Tree Service and Debris
Removal. Free estimates. Call 352-498-
7844 or 850-672-0709.
6/8-9/28

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

BOBBY J. HIRES, LLC
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
Wire New Homes, Mobile Home power
poles, New Additions, Remodeling, Sheds,
Pumps.
Commercial, Industrial, Residential
584-5662.




WE BUY CARAVAN, VOYAGER AND
TOWN N COUNTRY VANS. 1996 AND
UP RUNNING OR NOT RUNNING. BUD
r1uL ITr oAn o, a4'07


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

7" RN or LPN -,

MDS Coordinator

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
Drug Free Workplace Equal Opportunity Employer


Certified mechanic needs job. 20 years
experience. Dependable, reliable,
references available. Major to minor. .Call
now... Mike 838-7173.
9/28-10/3
A 'o Z Farm and Lawn Service
L.lad clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush hog
mowing, rake work, dirt leveling and
complete lawn service. Call 584-6737.
3/9tfnAZ
CARPET & VINYL
Installation and repairs done at a good
price. No overhead. Direct savings to you.
30 years experience. 850-838-9050.
Please leave message.,

TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING
UPHOLSTERY .
& CARPET
CLEANING S
Dries in 3-4 hours

584-CLEAN
(584-2532)

J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
AW- Share's
Carpet, Tile and Grout
Cleaning and Sealing
Call 850-838-2805 or
850-843-1639.

Swann -,

Bail g2

Bonds

Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
"Where Everyday Is Springtime"
107 N. 584- 2757
Jefferson St.
IL


NUIIlCE
Notice is hereby given pursuant to
Section 2.13 of the City Charter of the
City of Perry, Florida, that Ordinance No,.,
850, Ordinance No. 851, Ordinance No:
852 was ADOPTED by the City Council on
September 25, 2007.
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 FEES 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
SEVERABILITV OF THE PARTS HEREOF IF
DECLARED INVALID; REPEALING-
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT: PROVIDING
FOR READING BY TITLE ONLY AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Robert A. Brown Jr.,
City Manager
Emily Weed Ketring
Mayor
9/28

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ,OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, ,IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY'
CIVIL DIVISION
.21ST MORTGAGE CORPORATION F /K/ A
21ST CENTURY HOME MORTGAGE
CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CASE NO: 07-751-CA DAVID R. HORNSBY;
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DAVID R.
HORNSBY; IF LIVING, INCLUDING ANY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED, AND IF
DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,'
CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE
NAMED' "E.tFNC-,rNiI'. UNKNOWN
TENANT #1;'UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DAVID R. HORNSBY; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF DAVID R. HORNSBY; IF LIVING,
INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED, AND
IF DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS. DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE
NAMED DEFENDANTSS;
Whose residence are is unknown.
YOU ARE. HEREBY required to file your
answer or written defenses, if any, in the
above proceeding with the Clerk of this
Court, and to serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff s attorney, whose name and
address appears hereon, within thirty
days of the first publication of this Notice,
the nature of this proceeding being a,
'suit for foreclosure of mortgage against
the following described property, to wit:
THE NORTH 1/2 OF THE SOUTH 1/2 OF
LOTS 7 AND 8, BLOCK 40, STEINHATCHEE,
SUBDIVISION. ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGES 26 AND 27, OF THE PUBUC
RECORDS OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA,
AND
COMMENCING AT THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF BLOCK .40, AND RUN SOUTH
52.5 FEET FOR POINT' OF BEGINNING;
THENCE RUN WEST 100 FEET; RUN SOUTH
52.5 FEET; RUN EAST 100 FEET; RUN NORTH
52.5 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING,
ALL LYING AND BEING IN STEINHATCHEE
SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGES 26 AND 27, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
To include a:
2b00 King, VIN N89733A and 81149109
2000 King, VIN N89733B and 81137931
A/KIA 1512 STEINHATCHEE SUB
STEINHATCHEE, FL 32359 If you fail to file
your answer or written defenses in the
above proceeding, on plaintiffs
attorney, a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint or Petition. DATED at
TAYLOR County this 13 day of September
2007.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the American with
Disabilities Act of 1990, persons needing
a special accommoddlion to
participate in this proceeding should
contact the ASA Coordinator no later
than seven (7) days prior to the
proceedings. H hearing impaired, please
call (800) 9559771 (TDD) or (800) 955-8770
(voice), via Florida Relay Service.
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampo, FL 33619-1328
Tel (813) 915-8660
Fax (813) 915-0559
Attorney for Plaintiff


Convenience Store-Gold Mine Gas tanks
new, only diesel in area, includes store &
2 Bdrm Managers home, pizza sales,
former coin laundry, 1 acre, seafood
market & restaurant needed, traffic count
6000 daily, Lamont, FL, $175,000.
All Realty Services 850-973-9990


CLASSIFIED
Small Ads... Big Deals
Only $5.00 for 25 words or less!
100 per word after 25 .


GULF COAST .

METAL 3SWide

ROOFING G. Galvalumee

Full line of.
accessories in stock Painted

l Special Flashings Made All Tpes Warranted MetalAvailable
Cut to your desired lengths Delivery Service Available
Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, FI.


NOW HIRING / 1
o 1 1 .., "


Form Carpenter and

Concrete Finisher

Brick and Block Mason

Multicraft experience preferred


Top pay for experienced help.


Contact 850-584-4010

Regional Concrete, Inc.




MH


RFP:
Professional Consulting Services for
Architectural/Engineering Services
Pursuant to Florida Statutes Chapter
287.055 (Consultant's Competitive
Negotiations Act) the North Florida
,. pnup College Board of Trustees
. 'ff: coniuii.ng. firms to submit
1-41[f M[' ptm Ocf 2- 2007 five (5)
copies of the following to Dale Hackle,
Director of Physical Plant, 325 NW Turner
Davis Drive, Madison, Florida 32340, PH
850-973-1616.
1. Letter of Interest.
2. Statement of Qualifications:
Current GSA Standard Form 254, Current
.- (ClOororaor only), copy of
cu-rren Coiporate C.erlification showing
validation date and designation of
professional or professionals qualifying
the corporation to practice architecture.
4. Certificate of Insurance
verifying professional liability insurance in
the amount of $1,000,000.
5. Copy of applicant's current
Professional Registration Certification
from the appropriate governing board.
Applicant must be properly registered at
time of application to practice
architecture/engineering in the State of
Florida.
6. Sworn Statement under
Section 287.133(3) (a), Florida Statutes, on
Public Entity Crimes.
7. Statement of Minority Business
or Small Business designation, if any.
The architect/engineer shall provide
professional services for: Project A:
Remodeling and addition for fitness to
NFCC Gymnasium. Project budget is $4.9
million.
NFCC reserves the right to refuse all
proposals, award projects as a whole, or
in the combination which best suits the
needs of NFCC.
Proposals shall be addressed to Dale
Hackle and marked: Project A, Proposal
for Architectural/Engineering Services,
Name of Firm, Address of Firm, City,
State, Zip Code.
NFCC is an equd opportunity, equal
employment institution.
9/28


RFP: Construction Management Services
NFCC Project A
The North Florida Community College
Board of Trustees invites qualified.
construction management firms to
.submit NLT 2:00 p.m., Oct. 22, 2007 five
(5) copies of the following to Dale
Hackle, Director of Physical Plant, 325
NW Turner Davis Drive, Madison. Florida
32340, 850-973-1616. Packet must.
include:
1. Company history, structure,
personnel, licenses, and
experience.
2. Related projects similar in scope or
amount completed by the
company.
3. Financial information: balance
sheet and statement of operations.
4. Project management, scheduling
and cost control systems the
company uses for similar projects.
5. Proposed, minority business
involvement in the project.
6. Cost control and value engineering.
techniques.
7." Description ofr iiiaon major
disputes, cor, raci .*i.3.ui'"dnd
liens in past five (5) years.
8. References.
To provide Construction Management
Services for: Project A: Remodeling and
addition for fitness to the NFCC
Gymnasium. Budget is $4.9 million.
NFCC reserves the right to refuse all
proposals, award projects as a whole, or
in the combination which best suits the
needs of NFCC.
Address proposals to Dale Hackle,
address above, marked as: Project A,
Proposal for Construction Management
Services, Name of Firm, Address of Firm,
City, State, Zip Code.
NFCC is an equal opportunity, equal
employment institution.
9/28

IN THE COUNTY COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA PAUL N DRECCHIO Plaintiff,
CASE NO. 62-2007-CC-368-OOA-01 VS
1970 AVION COACH TRAVEL TRAILER
SERIAL #GJ31091 Defendant
NOTICE OF ACTION
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT A PETITION
TO DETERMINE OWNERSHIP OF A MOTOR
HOME HAS BEEN FILED AND YOU ARE
REQUIRED TO SERVE A COPY OF YOUR
WRITTEN OBJECTIONS, IF ANY, ON PAUL N
DRECCHIO, 3724-74TH ST N, ST.
.PETERBURGS, FL 33710 WHO IS THE
PETITIONER, ON OR BEFORE OCTOBER
13TH, 2007, AND FILE THE ORIGINAL WITH
THE CLERK OF THE COURT EITHER BEFORE.
SERVICE ON THE PETITIONER, OR"
IMMEDIATELY THEREAFTER; OTHERWISE, A
DEFAULT WILL BE ENTERED FOR THE RELIEF
DEMANDED IN THE PETITION. WITNESS MY
HAND AND SEAL OF THIS COURT ON THE
19TH DAY OF OCTOBER, 2007, AT TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA. CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT BY: SALINA FORD DEPUTY
CLERK.
9/21,9/28, 10/5, 10/12

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
FICTITIOUS NAME
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is
hereby given that the undersigned,
pursuant to the fictions name statue,
Chapter 20953 or Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes, 1941, will-register with Secretary
of State, Corporation Division,
Tallahassee, Florida, upon receipt of
proof of publication of this notice the
fictitious name, to-wit: Margie's Diner
under which we/I will engage In
business. I/We expect to engage In
business In Perry, Florida and our address
Is: 1707 S. Jefferson -Street. The extent of
ownership Is: Margie Gamble 100%.
9/21, 9/28,10/5, 10/12


^









B-6 Perry News-Herald September 28-29, 2007


4-H livestock show taking applications


Are you interested in raising a
swine or steer to show during the
North Florida Livestock Show &
Sale in Madison?


Oil painting presentation
Margaret Whiddon was presented an oil pai),tipg of Oakland
Church during the morning services at Homecoming on
Sunday, Sept. 16. Whiddon has been a member of Oakland
Church for 64 years. The work, which was painted by
Steinhatchee artist Juanelle Hiers, was presented by
Whiddon's niece, Bryanette Moon, Hiers and Ellen.Faircloth. '
The Rev. Danny Lundy is minister of the church, which holds
services the third Sunday of each month at 3 p.m.
Spaghetti dinner C lassifieds work!
is Friday, Oct. 5
-.Oiily one week remains until the To Our.
"back by popular demand" March Litte r',.
of Dimes Spaghetti Luncheon. L
Dinners are available for $5 and Man... .f '
include spaghetti, green beans,
garlic bread, dessert and a soft
drink.
Delivery is available for orders
of three or more.
The event will be held Friday,
Oct. 5, at First United Methodist
Church. For more information, call
Cynthia Nowlin at 223-7152 or
Jobin Walker at 948-2741.


If so now is the time to sign up
for this 4-H Livestock Project.
The Livestock Show will be held
Feb. 18-21, 2008. This project is


Karaoke preliminary canceled
The preliminary of the Florida Forest Festival Karaoke Challenge, scheduled for
tonight, has been canceled. Those who already applied will move on to the finals.


NOW HIRING

Reading Teacher
BA Required, Teaching Cert. in Reading or Read-'
ing Endorsement or CAR-PD Accreditation
3 Years experience preffered
(same contact info)

ESE Teacher
BA Required, Teaching Cert. in ESE Required
Experience in ESE field preferred

Contact: Jodi Savoy
Greenville Hills Academy
Phone: 850-948-1200, ext. 281
Fax: 850-948-1241


for girls and boys ages 8 and up.
Come show time swine will
need to weigh between 220-285
pounds and steer will need to
weigh a minimum of 900 pounds.
Contact Lori Wiggins at the 4-H


office at 838-3508 for more
information on how to be
part of this 4-H project and to sign
up. Show rules and show
information can be found at
http://madison.ifas.ufl.edu/4-H/.


"In everything give
thanks: for this is the
will of God in Christ
Jesus concerning you."
I Thes 5:18

Thank God for
another year
Happy 22nd
Birthday

TaSonyia

Shamore

Johnson
September 27, 2007
Love,
Lil Allen, Cheyenne and Tha Family


F& all Accidents -Motorcycle Accidents
.' ome or Hospittal Visits Ipon Request

,TIING UNLESS ^1lA\X I rt,









b-1i rerry imews-neral September 28-29, 2007


I brings a



festival for everyone


Ready to tailgate?


- Tailgating and sports parties are
great times to get together with
friends and try some new recipes.
Instead of surrounding yourself
with .junk food, try some
alternatives that are equally
delicious and better for your body.
You might be surprised by how
much everyone enjoys the variety
6f foods. Here are some tips to
help the *host and guests eat
healthier during game time:
i Huddle Around the
= Barbeque
SSkip the deep fried items and
grill. Grilling foods is a heart
healthy way to prepare meats and
vegetables that tastes great. Create


a barbecue using skinned turkey or
chicken breasts and a bottle of
low-fat barbecue sauce. Perhaps
even offer veggie hot dogs and
veggie burgers.
Sacking the Chips
Instead of typical fried potato
chips, make your own with pita
bread. Slice eight triangles and
spread on a cookie sheet. Drizzle
olive oil, salt and bake 15 minutes
or until toasted. To get the crunch
of chips without the calories, try
using vegetables. Fresh bell
pepper, celery and carrots satisfy
the crunch sports fans desire. Make
dips with low-fat vanilla yogurt
instead of sour cream and


mayonnaise.
One Hot Play
Make a healthier chili using the
leanest ground beef or ground
turkey available. Include a variety
of beans, corn and chopped
tomatoes. Not only will it add
color and flavor to your chili, but
nutrients as well.
Sweet Attack
Look for low calorie sweets at
your local grocery- store. One
example is the new portion-
controlled snack cakes that are just
90 calories, have 3 grams of
dietary fiber and just 3 total grams
of fat. They are a sensible food
"* Please see page 3


Beach Carnival
this Saturday
There will be a Beach Carnival this Saturday,
sponsored by the Taylor Coastal Communities
Association. Free games (3-5 p.m.) will be offered
along with Bingo (3-5 p.m), facepainting (3-5 p.m.),
karaoke (6-10 p.m.) and a chili cook-off (5 p.m. with a
$5 entry fee).
All the fun takes places at Hodges Park on Keaton
Beach.
Pickin' in the Pines
takes place Oct. 5-6
The second annual Pickin' in the Pines Bluegrass
For Babies Festival will be held at Forest Capital Park
Oct. 5-6. Featured musicians will includes The
Chapmans, Ernie Evans & Southern Lite, Pure &
Simple, Cowlick Bluegrass Band and the Wilson
Family. All proceeds from the event will benefit the
March of Dimes.
Fall Festival Oct. 13
at Methodist Church
In keeping with tradition, the First United Methodist
Church will stage its annual Fall Festival on Saturday,
Oct. 13, from 7 a.m. until 12 noon.
The day begins with a pancake breakfast from 7-9
a.m.; the festival continues until 12 noon featuring
holiday items, homebaked goods, crafts and vintage
gifts.
Mark your calendar!


Butterfly Experience
at O'Toole's Herb Farm
A weekend retreat at O'Toole's Herb Farm, just
outside of Madison, promises to "unfold your creative
talents."
Folk artists, herbal chefs, a master gardener and
hypnotherapist are lined up for the event, which carries
a fee and requires advance registration.
Forest Festival presents
52nd year of celebration
Not to be forgotten, the Florida Forest Festival will
celebrate its 52nd year with the traditional line-up of
bands and beauties, fireworks and entertainment.
Plan now for the month-long celebration in October,
which culminates on Oct. 27.


Butterflies abound in Taylor's Fall fields


Plan Ahead...
pre-planning your funeral is a wonderful gift of love.




"PROVIDING PEACE IN DIFFKIULT TIMES"

E P.Locally S.wned & Operated E
Locally Owned & Operated


Serving families at their time of need...and before the need arises.
Planning ahead is one of the greatest gifts of love you can give
your family.
Call Tommy Murrow, Steve Green, Mark Kalinowski or Leila Allen to answer your
questions and complete a FREE personal portfolio for you and your family.


Perry Chapel 1400 N. Johnson Stripling Rd.
9 (850) 584-4149


Young or old, first tooth or first bridge, you can count on us for
safe, gentle, experienced dental care. From routine cleaning and
maintenance to extensive dental work, we put your comfort and
convenience first. Office hours and payment schedules are
flexible, too. Let's work together for healthy teeth--now and for
generations to come.


A.Lamar Morgan, D.MD
F FAMILY DENTISTRY
313 N. Jefferson St.
Perry, Fl. 32347
ii" i ____________


Mayo Chapel
(386) 294-2658 iF


Call me today to see how much you can
save with ALLstate's new car discount.

(850) 584-5188


ADVANCED REFRIGERATION
AND AIR CONDITIONING
LIC. #CAC057656
HAS TEAMED UP WITH


Turn to the Experts.sM

TO OFFER UP $1,100 FACTORY REBATE
ON NEW COMFORT SYSTEMS.

CALL
ADVANCED REFRIGERATION AND
AIR CONDITIONING

850-584-3626


Mark Pelt
1000-A S JEFFERSN ST
PERRY
a042189@altstate.com


Ainstate.
You're in good hands.


I Discount and insurance only offered through select company and subject to availability and qualifications.
Discount amount may be lower and applies to most major coverages. Allstate Insurance Company and Allstate
Property and Casualty Insurance Company: Northbrook, IL. @2006 Allstate Insurance Company.

S I


Stained &
Etched Glass
Bi,


-Collectible
Glassware

-Old Pottery

-Handmade Jewelry


(850) 584-3309
Cell (850) 838-5706
3306 Hwy. 19 South
Next door to Valentine Produce,_


Peace of Mind...
removes thc burden of decision
making from your family.
Estate Protection...
cost is contained at today's prices
I to protect your- estate. I


[ Expression of Love...
rclieves tinnecessar v emotions aiid
financial burdens for 1 our loved ones.
Eliminates Emotional Overspendingl..
Decisions Lire mado cflmlv, together,
without emotion or uir-enev of time.


IFPW-
6(hb.- -.04,














WEEKDAY MORNING

S ABC News Good Morning America Cross Iross Martha Stewart The View
1 NBC Paid |Early Today Ellen Show
0 HBO Varied Programs Movie IVaried Programs Movie Varied Programs
0 ABC News |News Good Morning America Regis and Kelly Young Young The View
0 ESPN SportsCenter SportsC |Varied SportsCenter SportsCenter SportsC Varied SportsCenter
0 CBS News The Early Show Griffith |Feud Martha Stewart The Price Is Right
(I FOX Believers Womack Varied Paid Montel Williams The People's Court Cristina'sIHatchett The 700 Club
(0 PBS, Place Lions Arthur Curious Curious Clifford Super IDragon Sesame Street Big Word
(Ei WGN Varied Meyer Chang Believers Hillbillies Hillbillies Matlock Nash Bridges Nash Bridges
In CW The Daily Buzz Lopez | Lopez Steve Wilkos Tempt ]TBA
(0 MAX Movie IVaried Programs |Movie Varied Programs
EE TNT Angel Angel Charmed Charmed ER ER
9) NICK Varied Neutron OddPar OddPar Sponge Sponge Dora Go Diego Blues |Yo Pets I Back
6E FAM Meyer Varied Family Family Sister Sister Step Living The 700 Club Gilmore Girls
6E SPIKE Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Movie Star Trek Varied
EB BET BET Morning Inspiration Girl Girl Girl Hell Date 106 & Park
6D DSC Paid Paid Varied Life Tod J. Meyer Paid Made Made Varied Programs MythBusters
ED SUN Paid Paid Paid Varied Public Paid Paid Varied Programs
ED LIFE Paid Paid Workout Get Marr Nanny Nanny Golden Golden Frasier IFrasier Will IWill
B A&E Paid Paid The District 24 Crossing Jordan Crossing Jordan American Justice
SD SCIFI Paid Paid Paid Paid Varied Programs
B TLC Bus Hip-Harry Hi-5 Wilbur Bigfoot I Peep I Baby I Baby I Baby I Baby | Wedding I Little
ED AMC Movie Varied Programs
6E HIST Varied Programs
DB VH1 Jump Start IVaried Programs Fresh |Varied Programs
ED ESPN2 Mike and Mike in the Morning (9158) ESPN First Take
MD HGTV Paid Paid Varied Room Quilts Duvall Varied Programs Mission |Homes I Varied |Dime
9j FX Paid Paid Malcolm Malcolm Dharma Dharma Spin City Spin City Movie
S) TBS Harvey Harvey Saved Saved Saved Saved Movie Varied Programs Home Im Home Im
9) USA Coach Coach JAG Varied Programs Texas Ranger Texas Ranger Texas Ranger
6B DISN Stanley JoJo Wiggles IHiggly Tigger Mickey EinsteinslHandy Doodle I|Koala Higgly ICharlie
M EITV Bloomberg Television El News Daily 10 Varied Programs


8 ABC College Football Ent. Tonight College Football: Ohio St. at Minn. or USC at Wash.News(N)
0 NBC Paid INBC Ent. Tonight Heroes IChuck Law & Order: SVU |lInsider SNL
0 HBO (6:15) *** "Superman Returns" ** "Miami Vice" (2006) Colin Farrell. Boxing Kelly Pavilv. vi Jermairn Taylor
0 ABC College Football News |Edition College Football: Orio St. at Mirn or USC aL Wash |News
0 ESPN Football |Scorp IScoreboard College Football Auburn at Florida. (Live) SportsCenter
a CBS College Football Moonlight Cane "Pilot" 48 Hours Mystery News (N) I CSI Mi
ED FOX MLB Baseball RaymondlTwo Men Cops (N) Most Wanted Star Trek Mad TV (N)
M PBS Antiques Rdsho Lawrence Welk Time IKeep Up Served | Vicar Summer | Minister MontyP Globe
(Ei WGN MLB Baseball Cubs Special "Major League: Back to-the Minors" WGN News at Nine Scrubs Reno
0 CW Bernie IDegrassi DegrassllStill Stnd King |King |Cheaters iNi CheaterslWill Sex & Cops
ID MAX (500) *** "Ing Kong" (2005) (:15) ** "Phat Giriz" (2006) Mo'Nique. *** "Flags of Our others" (2006)
EB TNT (5:30) "The Silence of the Lambs" * "Hannibal" (2001) Anthony Hopkins. * "Hannibal" (2001)
ED NICK Play |Jordan IZoey 101|iCarly NI Tak ISponge | Barnyard| Barnyard Home Im Home Im| ILopez |Lopez
6E FAM * "Josle and the Pussycats" (2001) ** "Uptown Girls" (2003) * "Uptown Girls" 12003)
6E SPIKE Celebrity Bull * "Next of Kin" (1989) Patrick Swayze, Liam Neeson Ult. Fighter TNA iMPACT!
6E BET Jamie F. Jamle F. Jamie F. IJamie F. Jamie F. |Jamie F. Jamie F. | Jamie F. Jamie F. IJamie F. "Playas Ball"
6B DSC Made Made MythBusters MythBusters MythBusters MythBusters Survivorman
ED SUN Saltwater Tarpon Flatsmasters Moore |Seminole Post. |Marlins Marlins IRays Rays Post
ED LIFE "The Wrong Gil'" "In God's Country" (2007) Kelly Rowan. "All the Good Ones Are Married" (2007) Grey's Anatomy
6E A&E Sell | Sell Sell |Sell | Flip This House *** "Erin Brpckovich" (2000) Julia Roberts. Premiere
ED SCIFI "Allen Lockdown" "Alone in the Dark" (2005 Horror) "Species: The Awakening" (2007) "Species III"
EB TLC Flip | Flip Real Estate Property Ladder Flip IFlip | Top Kitchens Property Ladder
ED AMC (5:00) *-* "Midway" (1976, Dramal * "The Great Raid" (2005, War) Benjamin Brati. Premiere * "Midway"
S HIST Band of Brothers Band of Brothers Mega Disasters Mega Disasters Mega Disasters Mega Disasters
IB VH1 The Pick Up Artist The Pick Up Artist The Pick Up Artist Rock of Love Rock of Love Rock I Week
ED ESPN2 NASCAR NASCAR Hap. Score College Football Ohio State at Minnesota. (Live) Scoreboard
0D HGTV Remix Remix |My House To Sell IKitchen |Color IDivine |Dime I Find Get It |Chal
9j FX ** "Elektra" (2005) Jennifer Garner * "The Day After Tomorrow" (2004, Action) Dennis Quaid Nip/Tuck
6) TBS King IKing ISex & ISex & *** "Shrek" (2001) (PA) (9:55) ** "101 Dalmatians" 11996)
6D USA * "Bringing Down the House" (2003) Law Order: Cl Law Order: Cl Law Order: Cl Law Order: Cl
MS DISN Suite ISuite Suite |Suite Suite Suite "Confessions of Drama Queen" Suite Montana
6B EITV John Stamos El News Weekend Dating Dating 2 Sat. Night Live ISat. Night Live Chelsea Soup

MONDAY PRIMETIME

'NBCNews(N) ABC EntertainInside Dancing With the Stars (Live) T
0 NBC Judge NBC |Entertain Insider Chuck (N) Heroes Lizards Journeyman |NI My Wife |Tonight
0 HBO Charlie ** "The Man" (2005) Real Time Curb |Count Tell Me You D.L. Hughley
8 ABC News(N) ABC Inside |Holly Dancing With the Stars (Live) The Bachelor iN i News (N) Nightline
0 ESPN SportsCenter Monday Night Countdown NFL Football New England Patriots at Cincinnati Bengals. SportsC
0 CBS News (N) CBS Fortune Jeopardy Mother BIg Bang Two Men IRules CSI: Miami (N) News (N) Late
0 FOX Lopez Raymond Simp Two Men Prison Break (N) K-Ville (N) News (N)I Seinfeld 70s Friends
0 PBS' News-Lehrer Florida War Diaries The War "The Ghost Front" (N) (:01) The War 'The Ghost Front"
0E) WGN Funniest Funniest Home Videos Home Videos Home Videos WGN News at Nine Scrubs Scrubs
0B CW Still Stnd Still Stnd King IKing Chris lAliens Girl | IThe News IBernie Will Will
ID MAX *** "Wedding Crashers" (2005) 'R' *** "Flags of Our Fathers"(2006)' (:15)*** "Fight Club" (1999)'R'
9 TNT Law & Order Law & Order Law & Order Law & Order The Closer Saving Grace
61 NICK Zoey 101 School SchoolI |Drake Sponge I Drake Hbme ImlHome Im Lopez ILopez Fresh Pr. | Fresh Pr.
6E FAM 8 Rules 8 Rules ** "A League of Their Own" (1992) Tom HanKs. Home Videos The 700 Club
6E SPIKE Star Trek: Voyager CSI: Crime Scn ICSI: Crime Scn ** "U.S. Marshals' (1998) Tommy Lee Jones.
M BET 106 & Park: Top 10 .ive I**-* "Baby Boy" (2001) Tyrese Gibson. Comicview Take the Cake
ED DSC Made Made MythBusters Man vs. Wild Man vs. Wild Man vs. Wild Dirty Jobs
EE SUN Lightning Lightning Tailgate Overtime Lightning Sp. Island | Olympics Tailgate Overtime Phenoms Lightning
ED LIFE Reba Reba Still StndlStill Stnd Reba IReba *** "Boys Don't Cry" (1999) Will Will
EB A&E Cold Case Files CSI: Miami The First 48 The First 48 The First 48 The First 48
ED SCIFI Stargate SG-1 Star Trek: Ent. StarTrek: Ent. Star Trek: Ent. Star Trek: Ent. Virus I Virus
EB TLC Property Ladder Little People Sextuplet/Twin Conjoined Twin Heaviest Man Sextuplet/Twin
SD AMC (5:00) ** "The Great Raid" (2005) ** "Broken Trail" (2006, Western) Robert Duvall, Thomas Haden Church.
S0 tilST Hitler-Occult Modern Marvels Modern Marvels (N) Dig for Truth Underworld Lost Worlds
9) VH1 Hogan Hogan Rock of Love Rock of Love Love New Yrk Where Hogan Bridging | Bridging
ED ESPN2 NASCAR Football Live Billiards: WPBA Billiards: WPBA Billiards: WPBA Poker Series of Poker
SD HGTV Offbeat If Walls |My House To Sell Buy Me |Color Potential House Living Ed House First
9D FX ** "Deep Blue Sea" (1999) * "X-Men" (2000, Action) Hugh Jackman. 70s 70s Edge
SE TBS Friends I Raymond Raymondl Raymond Friends IFriends Family | Family I| Family Family Sex & Sex &
6 USA Law & Order: SVU Law Order: Cl Law & Order: SVU WWE Monday Night Raw (Live) Steve 0 Law SVU
E DISN Cory Cory Montana Suite "Twitches" (2005) Tia Mowry. | Raven Raven I Life De Suite Montana
6e EITV True Soup El News Daily 10 Girls |Girls 1101 SNL Moments Dr. 90210 1 Ji El News Chelsea

WEDNESDAY PRIMETIME

'S ABC News (N) ABC Entertain Inside Pushing Daisies Private Practice (N) Dirty Sexy Money News (N) Nightline
0 NBC Judge NBC Entertain Insider Deal or No Deal Bionic Woman (N) Life (N) My Wife Tonight
0 HBO (:15) ** "The Family Stone" (2005) KingdomlCount Five Days Inside the NFL iNi Real Time
0 ABC News (N) IABC |Inside | Holly Pushing Daisies Private Practice IN) Dirty Sexy Money News (N) lNghtline
0 ESPN SportsCenter (Live) The Contender Boxing Boxing SportsCenter
0 CBS News (N) CBS Fortune Jeopardy Kid Nation (N) Criminal Minds (N) CSI: NY (N) News (N) Late
E9 FOX Lopez Raymond Simp Two Men Back I|Til Death Kitchen Nightmares News (N)| Seinfeld 70s Friends
M PBS News-Lehrer Europe issues in Wired Science The War "A Necessary War" (DVS) C. Rose
(E0 WGN Funniest ]Funniest Home Videos Corner I Corner Becker IBecker WGN News at Nine Scrubs Scrubs
(9 CW Still Stndi Still Stnd King King Next Top Model Gossip Girl iNi News IBernie Will Will
(D MAX (5:45) *"Doom" 12005) 'R' * "Born on the Fourth of July" (1989) 'R' * "Flags of Our Fathers" (2006)
6E TNT Law & Order Law & Order Law & Order Law & Order Law & Order Without a Trace
6D NICK Zoey 101 School School Drake. Sponge |Drake Home ImlHome Im Lopez |Lopez Fresh Pr.| Fresh Pr.
6B FAM 8 Rules 8 Rules Grounde Grounde * "Sky High" (2005, Comedy) Home Videos The 700 Club
6B SPIKE Star Trek: Voyager CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn UFC Unleashed (il) Ult. Fighter MAN I MAN
E BET 106 & Park: Top 10 Live * "First Time Felon" (1997) Omar Epps Am. Gangster Take the Cake
EB DSC Made Made Made Made Build It Bigger (N) MythBusters MythBusters Cash Cab: Dark
6) SUN Power Power Lightning Sp. i Lightning My My |Semi Gator The Bite Fishing 2 Xtreem
ED LIFE Reba Reba Still StndlStill Stnd Reba Reba "Lost In the Dark" (2007) Mae Whitman. Will Will
6B A&E Cold Case Files CSI: Miami CSI: Miami CSI: Miami The Sopranos (:12) The First 48
ED SCIFI Stargate SG-1 Ghost Hunters Ghost Hunters Ghost Hunters (N) Haunted Ghost Hunters
69 TLC Property Ladder Losing It-Fat Untold Stories Electric Orgasm Diagnosis X (N) Untold Stories
DB AMC (5:30) *** "Insomnia" (2002) ** "Young Guns" (1988, Western) * "Young Gunsm II' (1990, Westemrn
SE HIST UFO Files Modern Marvels Modern Marvels I Lost Worlds (N) UFO Files Egypt Decoded
ED VH1 Rock of Love Hogan Love New Yrk IWhere i,:*-"FaietoiBlack" '(2004) Classic Albums It)
ED ESPN2 NASCAR Hot Rod NFL Live Football College Football Rice at Southern Mississippi. (Live) The Contender
aD HGTV Rezoned If Walls My House ToSell IGetSold Deserv IDime House My Bought |Whats
GO FX (5:30) ** "1, Robot" (2004) Will Smith. ** "Cradle 2 the Grave" (2003) Jet Li 70s 70s Damages
CE TBS MLB Baseball: NLDS -- Teams TBA I MLB Baseball American League Dii.io.:n Series Game 1 .. Teams TBA
6D USA Life Law Order: Cl Law & Order: SVU I Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law Order: CI
eB DISN Montana Montana Montana Suite * "The Little Vampire" (2000) Raven I Life De Suite Montana
M EITV Sunset Sunset El News Daily 10 Girls IGIrls 1101 SNL Moments 101 SNL Moments El News Chelsea


DB TLC Property Ladder Overhaulin' | American Chopper I American Chopper American Chopper American Chopper
ED AMC (5:30) * "Bounce" 2000) I ** "Raising Helen" (2004) Kale Hudson Mad Men INI Mad Men
6E HIST Long Knives | Modern Marvels | Modern Marvels | Hippies The connierc:uluie History of Sex
ED VH1 * "Brown Sugar" (20021 Taye Dngs | ** "8 Mile" (2002) Eminem, Kim Basinger. "Po 0l Tang"
SD ESPN2 NASCAR Football MLS Soccer: Re Bull a T,:,r.ni,:, High School Football Daphne at Foiey. (Live)
D HGTV Small If Walls My |House To Sell ICarter Divine IColor House House Over Sweat
6E FX ** "Cradle 2 the Grave" (2003) Jet Li. ** "Starsky & Hutch" (2004, Comedy). Sunny Sunny Sunny Sunny
69 TBS MLB Baseball MLB Baseball National League Division Series Game 2 -- Teams TBA. MLB Baseball: NLDS
SE USA Law Order: Cl Law & Order: Cl Law & Order: SVU I Law & Order: SVU Law Order: Cl Law Order: Cl
S DISN Suite Suite Montana Suite "Phantom of the Megaptex" (2000) ,,Raven | Life De Suite Montana
B E!TV Soup Dating 2 El News Daily 10 Dr. 90210 101 SNL Moments 101 SNL Moments El News Chelsea


SUBSCRIPTIONSerr
Mail your name, address and a check for
Ta liceT i $35 (in county) or $49 (out of county) to News-Herald
P.O. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348


I


C-2 Perry News-Herald September 28-29, 2007:

FRIDAY PRIMETIME

SABC News (N) ABC Entertain Inside Laughs Laughs 20/20 20/20 (N) News (N) Nightline
0 NBC Judge NBC Entertain |Insider Deal or No Deal | Las Vegas (Season Premiere) (N) My Wife Tonight
0 HBO Bed Kingdom Inside the NFL "Fast and Furious-Drift" Heart Curb |Curb Real Time
0 ABC News (N) ABC Inside Holly Laughs [Laughs 120/20 20/20 (N) News (N) Nightline -
0 ESPN SportsCenter (Live) Baseball MLB Baseball San Diego Padres at Milwaukee Brewers. SportsCenter
0 CBS News (N) CBS Fortune Jeopardy Ghost Whisperer Moonlight NUMB3RS News (N) Lat
B3 FOX Lopez Raymond Simp Two Men You Smarter? K-Ville "Pilot" News (N)|Seinfeld 70s Friends :
(0 PBS News-Lehrer Europe Served Wash NOW (N) Antiques Rdsho Bill Moyers Journal Charlie Rose (N)
(D WGN Funniest Funniest Home Videos "Soldier" (1998) Kurt Russell. WGN News at Nine Scrubs Scrubs:
0Q CW Still Stnd Still Stnd King |King WWE Friday Night SmackDown! (N) News IBemie Will Will
([ MAX Island *** "The Witches of Eastwick" R I "'ldlocracy" (2006) 'R' ** "Inside Man" 12006) 'R'
6E TNT ** "The Patriot" (2000. War) Mel GiDson (DVSi Law & Order Law & Order Law & Order
9) NICK Drake iCarly Zoey 101|Drake ITak IAvatar ElTigre INicktoon Home ImlLopez Home Im Homelm
E FAM 8 Rules 8 Rules "Bring It On: All or Nothing" (2006) "Bring It On: All or Nothing" (2006) The 700 Club
ED SPIKE CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn UFC Fight Night Sports |Sports
M BET 106 & Park: Top 10 Live |Hell Date Girl |Girl "Playas Ball" (2003) Allen Payne. Take the Cake
) DSC Cash Cash Survivorman Survivorman Survivorman ISurvivorman Survivorman
Q) SUN Phenoms SEC TV College Kickoff '07 Marlins Marlins Olympicsl FIGHTZONE Presents Rays Rays
S] LIFE Reba Reba Still Stnd| Still Stnd Reba Reba "'Til Lies Do Us Part" (2007) Premiere. Will Will
SB A&E Cold Case Files CSI: Miami CSI: Miami CSI: NY Intervention Intervention
6E SCIFI Stargate SG-1 Bionic Woman Doctor Who (N) Flash Gordon (N) Stargate Atlantis Flash Gordon
S TLC Property Ladder Wild Weddings What Not to Wear What Not to Wear What Not to Wear What Not to Wear
EB AMC (5:30) ** "Batman" 11989 A:.:ionl * "Sister Act" (1992) Premiere. ** "Indecent Proposal" (1993, Drama)
fB HIST UFO Generatn| Modern Marvels Modern Marvels The Universe Human Weapon (N) Wild West Tech
6B VH1 Pick Up The Pick Up Artist Rock of Love |Rock Week | Williams Exper. |Hogan Week Williams.
6 ESPN2 King Gearz NASCAR Football College Football West Virginia at South Florida. (Live) The Contender
M HGTV Extreme If Walls My House To Sell |Decorat JGet It |Fun Shui House lHouse Get Sold I Parents
E9 FX "The Hot Chick" (2002) Arnni Fans * "Man of the House" (2005) "The Hot Chick" 2002) Anna Fans
GO TBS Friends Raymond Raymondl Raymond Raymond Raymond *** "Shrek" (2001) (PA) Sex & ISex &
9a USA Law Order: ClI Law Order: Cl Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU | Law & Order: SVU House
(B DISN Cory Cory Montana Suite Montana Cory ** "Sky High" (2005) Phineas Suite Montana
;E EITV Extreme Hollywood E! News Daily 10 Dr. 90210 Sexiest Jobs ISoup Girls E! News Chelsea

SUNDAY PRIMETIME

I ABC News fJi ABC Extreme-Home Extreme-Home Housewives Brothers & Sisters News (N) I CSI Mi
0i NBC Paid NBC | Football Night (:15 NFL Football Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants. My Wife
0 HBO (:15) ** "The Lake House" 120061 The Sopranos Tell Me You Curb I** "The Black Dahlia" R
0 ABC ABC |News rit Extreme-Home Extreme-Home Housewives Brothers & Sisters News IN)|Access
0 ESPN Bronx-Burning SportsCenter Enduring Spirit Baseball Tonight (Live) SportsCenter
0 CBS NFL Football 60 Minutes Cold Case (N) Shark (N) News.(N) CSI Mi
li FOX NFL Football King-Hill Simp ISimp |King-Hill Family Amer. TMZ(N) Two Men Seinfeld
0 PBS (4:30) The War (N) The War "FUBAR" (N) The War "FUBAR"
(D WGN Home Videos Funniest Funniest Idol Rewind That's Just Wrong News Replay Scrubs Corner -
[0 CW Chris IChris CW Now Online Gossip Girl Next Top Model Cheaters Will Sex & Cops
0D MAX (5:20) "The Ringer" "The Return" 120061 | ** "The Transporter 2" "Tenaclous-D" Forbid
E) TNT (5:30) * "Van Helsing" (2004) ** "Jurassic Park" (1993) Sam Neill. Premiere. j(:45)-*-* "Jurassl Park"
9) NICK School |Naked [Jordan iCarly Zoey 101 |llUnfab | Home Im | Home Im Lopez ILopez |Fresh Pr. Fresh Pr.::.
g) FAM (5:30) "Down to You" * "The Prince & Me" (2004) Julia Shles. "The Prime &'Me: The RoyalWedding"
ED SPIKE CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn
4F BET Wayans IWayans Wayans |Sun Best Hell Date Hell Date Hell Date Hell Date Hell Date Hell Date BET Inspiration
@D DSC Man vs. Wild Man vs. Wild Man vs. Wild Man vs. Wild Man vs. Wild Man vs. Wild
EE SUN SaltwaterI Sports College Football Alabama vs. Florida State. From Jacksonville, Fla. ISeminole Post. |Bowden
9D LIFE "All the Good" "She Drives Me Crazy" 12007) Premiere. Side Order of Life Side Order of Life Medium
ED A&E SimmonslSimmons SimmonslSimmonslSimmonslSimmons Simmons|Simmons Simmons|lSimmons Simmonsl Simmons
SD SCIFI Storm-Century Storm of the Century Storm of the Century Chuck
D TLC LA Ink LA Ink Cleanse. LA Ink LA Ink | LA Ink LA Ink -
M AMC (5:30) ** "Heartbreak Ridge" 1 1986) ** "The Great Raid" (2005j Benjamin Bratt James Franco. ** "Wyatt Ear'p
6B HIST Band of Brothers Mega Disasiers Alaska: Dangerous Territory Ice Road Truckers Human Weapon
D VH1 Hogan I Hogan Rock of Love Rock of Love Rock of Love Hogan |Week Rock of Love
ED ESPN2 The Contender Women's Soccer: F FA World Cup Final Series of Poker Series of Poker Series of Poker,
EM HGTV Week IRenovatn My lHouse To Sell ISecrets Hardware '07 Property IFirst Dream lWhat
S) FX (5:00) ** "The Day After Tomorrow" ** "Hide and Seek" (2005. Suspense) Damages Always Sunny
) TBS ** "101 Dalmatians" I1996) *** "Shrek" (2001) (PA) (9i55)*** "Shrek" (2001-}(PA)
S3 USA Law Order: CI |Law Order: Cl Law Order: Cl Law Order: Cl Law Order: Cl Law & Order: SVU
9D DISN ** "High School Musical" 12006) "High School Musical 2" (2007) Suite Suite Suite IMontana
S E!TV Behind the Scenes El News Weekend John Stamos |Forbes TV 20 Girls Sunset Dr. 90210

TUESDAY PRIMETIME

S ABC News (N) ABC Entertain Inside Cavemen Carpool Dancing-Stars Boston Legal (N) News (N) Nightline
0 NBC Judge NBC Entertain Insider Singing The Biggest Loser (Ni Law & Order: SVU My Wife |Tonight
0 HBO "Supercross: The Movie" Count Five Days iN **I "Miami Vice" (2006) Colin Farrell. Tell Me You
0 ABC News NI|ABC Inside Holly CavemenjCarpool Dancing-Stars Boston Legal (N) News (N)|Nightline
0 ESPN SportsCenter MLB 2007 Series of Poker Series of Poker The Contender (N) SportsCenter
0 CBS News (N) CBS Fortune Jeopardy NCIS "Family" (N) The Unit (N) Cane (N) News (N) Late
0 FOX Lopez Raymond Simp Two Men Bones (N) House (N) News (N) Seinfeld 70s Friends
W PBS News-Lehrer Europe Served The War "A World Wthout War" (N) (DVS The War N) (DVS)
(9 WGN Funniest Funniest Home Videos Funniest | Funniest Funniest Funniest WGN News at Nine Scrubs Scrubs
(0 CW Still Stnd Still Stnd King I King Beauty, Geek Reaper "Charged" News |Bemie IWill tWill
(D MAX RobinHd I* *"American Dreamz" (:15) * "My Super Ex-Girlfriend" ***- "The ck" (1996) 'R'. ..
FB TNT Law & Order Law & Order Cold Case Cold Case Cold Case Cold Case "Honor"
9) NICK Zoey 101 School School Drake Sponge Drake Home ImlHome Im Lopez |Lopez Fresh Pr. Fresh Pr.
gS FAM 8 Rules 8 Rules Grounde IGrounde Lincoln Heights (N) Home Videos Home Videos' The 700 Club
E SPIKE Star Trek: Voyager CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Sen CSI: Crime Scn CSI: NY
Mi BET 106 & Park: BET's Top 10 Live Sunday Best Exalted. Girl Girl Take the Cake :.
) DSC Made |Made Mega Builders Dirty Jobs Dirty Jobs Made Made Dirty Jobs .
9S SUN Tailgate Overtime1 2 Xtreem Track NASCAR Classics College Football
ED LIFE Reba |Reba Still Stnd Still Stnd Reba Reba "Lies My Mother Told Me" (2005) Will Will
SD A&E Cold Case Files CSI: Miami Dog Dog Dog |Dog Angel Angel Angel Angel
9) SCIFI Eureka Eureka "Maneater" Eureka Eureka ECW (Live) Flash Gordon
E) TLC Property Ladder Worst Drivers Reckless Driver LA, Ink IA nk (N) LA Ink
ED AMC (5:30) * "Dante's Peak" i19971 "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" (:15) ** "Insam riea!0.
ED HIST UFO Files Modern Marvels Modern Marvels The Universe Mega Disasters (N) Decoding the Past
6B VH1 Rock of Love Rock of Love Rock of Love Rock of Love Rock of Love Cannon IRiches
BD ESPN2 NASCAR Hot Rod NFL Live Football College Football Marshall at Memphis. (L ve) Madden" tMadden
aD HGTV Small If Walls My House To Sell Kitchen IDecorat 124 Hour House ISecrets My Potential
9j FX (5:00) * "X-Men" (2000) * "I, Robot" (2004, Science Fiction) Will Smah. Damages I(N (:05) Damages
GE TBS Friends | Raymond Raymond Raymond Family |Family Family I Family Office Office Sex & |Sex& &
E9 USA Law & Order: SVU Law Order: CI Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU ** "TheFatuandUte urious"'(2001),
S DISN Life De | Life De Montana Suite "Mom's Got a Date-Vampire" | Life De Raven | Life De Suite Montana
S EITV John Stamos E! News Daily 10 Forbes TV 20 1101 SNL Moments 101 SNL Moments El News Chelsea



S ABC News (N) ABC Entertain Inside Ugly Betty (N) Grey's Anatomy (N) (:01) Big Shots (N) News (N) Nightl'ne
0 NBC Judge NBC Entertain Insider Name 30 Rock The Office (N) (:01) ER (N) My Wife Tonight
0 HBO "Cheaper by the Dozen 2" Heart Inside the NFL Little Rock Central D.L. Hughley (:15) Thinking XXX
0 ABC News (I IABC |Bobby Bowden Ugly Betty ii Grey's Anatomy NI (:01) Big Shots (N) News (Nl|Nightline
0 ESPN SportsCenter (Live) College Football Kentucky at South Carolina. (Live) |SportsCenter (Live)
0 CBS News (N) CBS Fortune Jeopardy Survivor: China (N) CSI: Crime Scn Without a Trace(N) News (N) Late
II FOX Lopez Raymond Simp Two Men You Smarter? Don't Forget News (N) Seinfeld 70s Frierids
0 PBS News-Lehrer Europe .Served Cross | Fla. Face This Old Hous Good War-Thes Charlie Rose (N)
0E WGN Funniest Funniest Home Videos "Trail of Tears" (1995) Pam Dawber. WGN News at Nine Scrubs Scrubs
(B CW Still Stnd Still Stnd King King Smallville'Kara Supernatural News |Bernmle Will Will
ED MAX ** "Cape Fear" 11962' (:45) * "Cape Fear" 11991) Robert De Niro. "Chainaw Msse" Nked"
) TNT Law & Order Law & Order * "A Time to Kill" (1996, Drama) Sandra Bulloclf "A Timte Kill"
0 NICK Zoey 101 School School Drake Sponge |Drake | Home Im iHome Im Lopez |Lopez Fresh Pr.I Fresh Pr.
S FAM Special Olympics Grounde Grounde ** "Little Giants" (1994) Home Videos The 700 Club
S SPIKE Star Trek: Voyager CSI: Crime Scn CSI. Crime Scn TNA IMPACTI (N) UIL Fighter
B BET 106 & Park: Top 10 Live | Hell Date BIk Car Awards Am. Gangster Hip-Hop Amer. Take the Cake
D DSC Made |Made Dirty Jobs Dirty Jobs Last One Standing Man vs. Wild Last One Standing
6D SUN Lightning Sp. Lightning NHL Hockey: Devils at Lightning lice Time Florida Fishing Report Seamas
SD LIFE Reba |Reba Still Stnd Still Stnd Reba Reba *** ."Whit sLoveGt Wii W WIll
B A&E Cold Case Files CSI: Miami CSI: Miami The First 48 IThe First 48 The First 48
n SCIFI Staraate SG-1 "BloodRavne" (2005. Fantasvi "Specles: TheAwaennia'g" (2007) "Man-Thing"








C-3 verry News-Herala September 28-29, 2007


into fitness


Enjoy the band!
Thefestivities which. surround football season bring many opportunities for listening
enjoyment. The Pride of Taylor Marching Band will march in today's Homecoming Parade and
also perform during halftime ceremonies. Rock on!


Have you got a Fall checklist?


1. Is your lawn ready for the new
season? If you want to plant trees
and shrubs, do it now. Is your lawn
equipment ready to be stored, or
does it need to be repaired or
replaced?
2. Have you made appointments


for medical visits you need to
accomplish before Dec. 31 ? Don't
forget eye exams and dental check-
ups.
3. If you have home
improvement projects, jump on
them now. You can dodge the


infernal heat and enjoy the finished
project during the holidays and
beyond.
4. Speaking of the holidays: are
you finances in order? Do you .
need to juggle accounts, use
layaway or shop ahead?


Skewer the opponent!


TAILGATING
Continued from page 1
option and help satisfy the need for
"sweet treat" without sacrificing
iaste. Serve either wrapped in a
basket or unwrapped on a tray.
i Skewer the Opponent
Try "making Hawaiian-style
kabobs with fresh fruit. Simply
slice, your favorite fruits such as
pineapple, oranges and
strawberries and skewer. Fruits are
high in vitamins, minerals and
fiber, but remember canned fruits
lose nutrients. The whole team will
enjoy this fun presentation.
For the Guest
You're a team player, but with
all the traditional game foods, it's
h fiard to stick to your own personal
health strategy. Here are some tips
for guests so they can enjoy the
food and fun without worry.
Team Prep
Not sure what's in those
mushrooms? The ingredients can
be the difference of hundreds of
calories. "A polite, "That looks
great, what's in it?" will get you
the information you need to make
wise food choices.
A Good Defense
Take a step back from the food
offerings and look at everything
before digging in. If you can't
resist potato skins, have them, but
don't waste calories on foods that
you don't absolutely love. If you
ivant many different foods,
consider taking smaller portions of
iach and cutting items like burgers
and brats in half.
t hGame Time
SAt half time or before the game
even starts, initiate a game of touch
football or another backyard game.
You'll have fun and bum off some
extra calories.
: Proper Hydration
for the Win
Drinking too much can make
you susceptible to overeating. So
leep your intake to one or two
drinks and keep it light by
alternating alcoholic beverages
with diet soda or water. When you
do drink, choose something like a
wine, a champagne spritzer or light
beer.
e Be a Team Player
: Offer to make some healthy
shacks. That way you know you
always have something good to eat
and your host will appreciate your
contribution.
Sweet and Savory
Snack Mix
: 3 c. popped corn (plain air-
io.ped corn or plain microwave
popcorn)
S2 c. Weight Watchers Vanilla
Puffed Wheat
: 1 c. mini salted pretzels


1/4 c. raw pecans
1 t. chili powder
1/2 t. cumin
1/4 t. garlic powder
1/2 t. dried oregano
Salt .and pepper
(optional)


to taste


1) Preheat oven to 300 F. Coat a
baking pan with nonstick cooking
spray.
2) Combine popcorn, Weight
Watchers' Vanilla Puffed' Wheat,
pretzels, and pecans in a large
bowl. Mix well and spread mixture
evenly across the baking pan. In a
separate small bowl, combine chili


powder, cumin, garlic powder and
oregano. Mix well and sprinkle
spices across popcorn mixture.
3) Generously spray nonstick
cooking spray over seasoned snack
mixture, making sure all pieces are
covered. Using a wooden spoon or
your fingers, carefully toss to coat.
Make sure seasonings are evenly
distributed. Bake for 10 minutes.
Transfer snack mix back to large
bowl. Toss and serve immediately.
Put an extra kick into this snack
mix by adding a few pinches of
cayenne pepper, paprika,, or 1/8
teaspoon of dried crushed red
pepper flakes.


As their kids head back to
school, many parents pledge to
take advantage of their family's
new fall schedule by adding a daily
workout to their routine. Here are
five tips for making fall the most
fit season of all:
1. Seize the moment: Time, or
the lack of it, is often cited as the
biggest challenge to sustaining an
exercise regimen. When the kids
return to school, what better way to
use some of that precious time than
getting in shape? Your workout
doesn't have to take a lot of time.
Even a half hour walking your
neighborhood pays off in increased
energy and stamina. Most health-
club aerobics classes are just an
hour long, yet offer big fitness
dividends. Taking care of yourself
is one of the best things you can do
for your family.
2. Enjoy the year's most
beautiful season: Some consider
autumn to be a near-sacred season,
with its warm, sunny days, cool
evenings and postcard perfect
colors. Get outside and enjoy the
season by bicycling, walking,
hiking, jogging, and playing golf
and tennis. The time spent outside
will do as much good for your
mind as for your body.
3. Return to your club or gym: It
takes 30 days to make fitness a
habit, and supplementing outdoor
exercise with increasingly frequent
visits to your health club will help
diversify your exercise regimen
and set the stage for -regular
workouts once autumn's leaves
have fallen. A well-rounded fitness
regimen is important. While
aerobic activity such as running or
bicycling is good for your heart,
resistance training is also a critical
component of a balanced program,
so be sure to take advantage of
your club's weight lifting
equipment.
4. An apple a day: In many parts
of the country, autumn is
synonymous with the apple
harvest. Rich in antioxidants and
flavonoids, both of which reduce


Helping Families See Into the Future
Dr. Wyatt R. Taylor
Optometrist

Quality Eyecare Services
Eye Examinations
Contacts Eyeglasses
Treatment of Eye Injuries, Infections


Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri. 8 am-noon, 1-5 pm, Thurs. 8 am-noon .

1502 S. Jefferson St. 584-2408
Check Yearly" Most Major Medical Insurance Accepted
See Clearlys


* CB Radios
* Scanners
* 2-Way Radios
* Cellular Phones
* Tracking Systems
* Antenna Specialists



A


Uniden

CB Radios

* ...$4999


the oxidation of LDL cholesterol,
inhibiting the growth of dangerous
plaques along blood vessel walls,


great thingabouuUe 6is that it
doesn't nA.#o44b. ne. Find
a R, level
-,p, A .4-


ExteLnsion Etc.
By LORI WIGGINS


and dietary fiber, apples are a
delicious and nutritious snack that
can be enjoyed any time of day.
Remember that each of us should
be getting at least four to five
servings of fresh fruit and
vegetables every day.
5. Make it social: One of the

A beautiful.


and goals; having-_ er helps
you-both stay 4 'You can,
use your exeisti ~caich up
on each other's lei r edom is
the number one ki!l'eof good
health and fitness regimens.
Exercising with a friend puts the
fun back into your workout.

lanape


must start in the Fall
As the leaves start to turn, most homeowners put away their lawn and
garden equipment as they wrap-up landscaping projects before winter sets
in. However, fall is actually a great time to start landscaping projects,
because a beautiful lawn and garden next year starts with preparations this
fall. According to the 2006 American Time Use Survey conducted by the
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Americans spend an average of two hours
per day on lawn and garden maintenance.
Keep these tips in mind when tackling the landscape for fall and winter.
Rake and clean up leaves. If left scattered on the lawn, grass won't
come up as well in the spring.
Clean out,rain gutters and make sure waI ai g4 .f awaway from
walkways and driveways. -
Plant perennial flowers, ground covers, spring bulbs, trees and shrubs
in early fall so they have time to establish strong and healthy roots. Some
of the best sales on perennials are in August and September when
greenhouses are trying to close out their inventories .
Mulch your plant beds, except iris rhizomes, which are prone to
rotting. A layer of organic mulch will help roots get established before the
ground freezes solid. Mulch also-helps to retain soil moisture-and prevent
future weed growth.


S SATE LUTE
. RADIO


EALrJ~ WAP


+ -"40
Wilson
Uniden
NETWORK K. Alpine
settles Mlaeer
lir/FM Cassettes Midland


flM/fm C~s


Hi Fonics


marine Radios JL Audio


Speakers


m-I LLIELI
Prepaid Wireless Plan: Take control of your wireless phone usage with
Prepaid Wireless Snrvice from ALLTEL. There are no monthly fees, no
contracts and no credit checks. Plus you'll enjoy free three-way calling
and. call waiting. And it's easy to add minutes to your account, check
your balance and block incoming calls.'


Panasonic


RadiolhaeRk ....

1303 S. Jefferson St. Perry, Florida
850-584-5145 Sales, Service & Installation


Chilly


is coming...


.Spruce up your.

Fall & Winter







124 S. Washington St.
Mon. Fri. 7:30 a.m. 5:30.p.m.
Saturday 9:00 a.m. 12:00 noon


2 DAY SERVI..

DRY CLEANING ALTERAT S *
STARCHED LAUNDRY

t (850) 584-3981
;I t' 'j ._ '


EL







C-4 Perry News-Herald September 21-22, 2007

v2- FOR 72 MONTH
Lifetime Warranty w O lChanges for Li
LE. S EXAMPLE: V7211 PT CRUISER, MSRP $15,200 DISCOUNT $1382 REBATE $4000 984 DOWN = $99/27 MONTHS. CHRYSLER 300, CHARGER, SEBRING SEDAN, PATRIOT, COMP
LIBERTY, $0 DOWN. RAM TRUCK, $359 DOWN. AVENGER, $399 DOWN. GRAND CHEROKEE, $499 DOWN. COMMANDER, $767 DOWN. NITRO $775 DOWN. 4 DOOR WRANGLER, $859 DOWN.
GRAND CARAVAN, $999 DOWN. CALIBER, $1199 DOWN. SEBRING CONV., $1393 DOWN. 2 DOOR WRANGLER, $1499 DOWN. MILEAGE ALLOWANCE FOR ALL LEASETERMS IS 10,500 MILES
PER YEAR. FIRST MONTH PAYMENT DUE AT LEASE INCEPTION. NO SECURITY DEPOSIT REQUIRED. PAYMENTS/PRICES ARE PLUS TAX, TAG, TITLE, WARRANTY RIGHTSIACQUISmON FEES AND
ANY ACCESSORIES THAT HAVE BEEN ADDED TO VEHICLE. PURCHASE PRICES AND LEASE PAYMENTS MAY INCLUDE CHRYSLER LEASE LOYALTY, CHRYSLERICONQUEST LEASE CASH ANDIOR
CHRYSLER LEASE AND/OR OWNER LOYALTY CASH. SEE US FOR DETAILS. MUSTTAKE DELIVERY BY 09130107. PROMOTION APPLIES TO ALL SALES ON OR AFTER 09107107. MUST BE IN DEALER
STOCK. LIFETIME WARRANTIES EXCLUDES ALL DIESELS, POLICE VEHICLES & SRT'S. VALID FOR ORIGINAL OWNER ONLY. #1 VOLUME CHRYSLER, DODGE, JEEP DEALER IN SO GA & NO FLA
PER DAIMLER CHRYSLER SALES REPORT 2004,2005,2006 & TO DATE 2007.
CASS BURCH.COM CASS BURCH.COM

WORLD FAMOUS DEALS! WORLD FAMOUS DEALS!
2007 DODGE 2007 CHRYSLER 2007 PT CRUISER 2007 DODGE CALIBER
DURANGO ASPEN HOME

V7211 MSRP $15,200 PRICES 07538 MSRP $15,285
orFOR 99 THAT $12998
Les t or $t.0 99o $
A .,,. ,l o L ase it... 9 Lease it... 9l, '+ .... : '"
for 27 mos. and walk away... A R E for 39 mos. and walk away...
2007 GRAND 2007 TOWN 7 CHRYSLER
CARAVAN & COUNTRY 2007 DODGE 2007 CHRYSLER
SC2CARAVAN LO SEBRING .r
MONTHS 04amL
ItQ07219 MSRP $18,995
LIFETIME 89 LIFETIME *14976
2007 WARRANTY 2007 JEEP 3,897WARRANTY
DODGE DAKOTA COMMANDER Or A Nase. 9
QUAD CAB LIMITED or ease OIL for 36mos.and walk away...
OIL CHANGES forCLeaHs walkaway... ANGES
j Q e L 3 Afor 39 mos.andwalkaway...
R-FOR LIFE. FOR LIFE.
2007 RAM 1500 QUAD CAB
oD 07014 MSRP $25,730
000o FOR 72 EXAMPLE: $ '0 1 k w
DODGE DAKOTA, 07640, fj
MSRP $19,880 DISCOUNT $2,086 m o Lease it...a
$0 DOWN =$17,794/72 months = .for3mos.andwaawa...



OFTEN IMITATED DRIVE IT LIKE
VER DUPLICATED! YOU STOLE IT!
2007 JEEP LIBERTY 2007 JEEP WRANGLER 2007 GRAND CHEROKEE 2007 JEEP COMMANDER


PRICES, ,100 PRICES ^ QO
071 0 V7189IC7459
Lease it... rHs i Lease it.... Lease it... -9 .
for 24 mos. and walk away for 3 mos. and walk away... for 27 mos. and wa ... for 27 mos. and wa away...
ARE ARE : :
2007 JEEP R 2007 JEEP 2007 A2007R
PATRIOT LO C PAS CHRYSLER 300 LOW DODGE CHARGER


199 ^e1,,.I .299 ,..299
L al o n afor 39 mos. and walk away... LI ETIM E for 27 mos. and walk away...i..:.wy
WARRANTY WARRANTY
2008 DODGE 4 2007 DODGE
AVENGER OIL CHANGES NITRO 2008 SEBRING OIL CHANGES 2007 4 DOOR
,+. .=-. OL CHAGES i ,m~m,.o.-,..,. u u ,,a.+ mini r"


FOR LIFE. UNVI IIDLE FOR LIFE.n

08009 Q 71e t..03 9 V80028Z 9 :037
Lease it.. Lease it... Leasei...
for 39 mos. and walk a walk away for for 27 mos. and walk away... for 39 mos. and walk away...
CHRYSLER Dodge Jeep EXIT 16 HWY. 84* QUITMAN 229-263-2277

CHRYSLER EXIT 22, N. VALDOSTA ROAD VALDOSTA* 229-242-1540
3BSSeeBw




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs