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Buckeye Technologies Inc. has
announced that it expects its
profitability for the July-
September quarter to be in the
range of 32-35 cents per share
including a $2.2 million (6 cents
per: share) one-time favorable tax
'hllp related to the recently enacted
rY4uction in Germany's corporate
tax rate.
,The expected earnings are more
.thfintriple what the company
earned in the same quarter last
yeir.'Buckeye earned $3.8 million
after tax (10 cents per share) in the
quarter ending Sept. 30, 2006.
t Chairman and Chief Executive
Officer John B. Crowe said- the
company's first quarter net sales
!were up 3 percent compared to the
same period last year.
"The earnings improvement is a'
combinationn of higher prices,
l bettr mix and cost control.
*' ,cluding the one-time tax help (6
'cents per share), operating
.erifigs are anticipated to be in
'the range of 26-29 .cents per
Sharee" Crowe said.
Operating earnings performance
improved over the-.April-June
quarter even with lower sales
volume due .to- scheduled
-maintenance during the just
cpnlpeted quarter.
"Demand for our specialty wood
and cotton products, nonwoven
materials and fluff pulp was strong
in the quarter. Nonwovens
shipments were especially strong
with net sales up 10. percent
.. Please see page 3

News Forum

A&rol 1 invitation...
Florida Forest Festival Little Queen
' -ia.kNeshat and Little King Ethar
VW ddon invite everyone to join them for
t6i ariiual Kids Parade and Picnic in the
Paicthis Saturday in downtown Perry.
Registration begins that morning and
etids by 9:30 a.m. Line-up begins in front
&.0Quality of Life Gym on Washington
Sired behind the courthouse.
The non-motorized parade will circle
th .courthouse and proceed down
Jefferson Street to City Park for free hot
d4gs, games and prizes. Awards will be
presented for best costume and best
wagon celebrating this year's festival
themi t "Greens & Blues."

w many hushpupplM s can
'The. 52nd annual Florida Forest
festival will see the creation of a new
event for everyone who thinks they can
eat a lot. Directly following the World's
Largest Free Fish Fry, event chair Gil
Williams will' oversee the inaugural
HUshipuppy Eating Contest. A trophy will
be1 given to the winner. Those wishing to
enier are asked to call the Festival Office
at '584-TREE or show up, to the cook
hoUse following the fish fry.

The nv Is coming to
"The Florida Forest Festival carnival is
set t6 arrive In town Wednesday, Oct. 24,
at the Perry-Foley Airport Fairgrounds.
Pre-sale armbands are being sold at the
Pcrry-Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce for $12. These armbands will
only be available at the chamber through

October 19-20, 2007

.i'~of the Scoulli Sinc

Seven arrested

Pizza delivery d


robbed at gunpoint

Getting ready for company
Just in time for next week's Florida Forest Festival, members of the Perry
Woman's Club began 'an extensive "sprucing up" of Katie's Courtyard in downtown
Perry. Above, County Commissioner Rudolph Parker, who along with his wife Iris
donated the lot for the park, rolls along painting. Also helping with the clean-up
were other club members and volunteers.

Judge's impartiality

called into question

An impending administrative
hearing concerning two
comprehensive plan amendments
sponsored by the now halted
Taylor:Energy -Center took a-new-.
turn Thursday, with claims that the
administrative law judge set to
oversee the hearing may have a
conflict of interest due to his
mother's position on Buckeye's
board of directors.
In a notice filed Thursday, the
petitioners, who objected to the
Florida Department of Community
Affairs decision in August to find
the amendments in compliance
with state and local regulations,
filed a 'notice of potential conflict
involving presiding Judge T. Kent
Wetherell II.
"Mrs. Virginia Wetherell,- the
mother of T. Kent Wetherell II,

currently sits

on the board of
of Buckeye.
Inc.," the notice

.."Buckeyes- Florida office. is
currently a party, along with the
Taylor Energy Center to a
'purchase and sale agreement' that
is the subject of the land in
question challenged Ordinance
2007-05 in this case. I
"Specifically, that ordinance
.allows the subject parcel 'to be
redesignated on the Taylor County
Comprehensive Plan's Future Land
Use Map from its current
designation to a. newly created
designation [for electrical power
'generating facilities]," the notice
-* Please see page 8

Five juveniles ranging in age
from 14 to 17, along with two
adults, have been arrested for the
armed robbery of a pizza delivery
driver late Monday night, Oct. 15.
Rosanna M. Henderson, 19;
Dominque L. Dixon, 18; Bryant B.
Pritchett, 17; Dante R. White, 14;
Qualin M. Murphy, 15; and
Chedrick L. Burrell, 17; all face
armed robbery charges.
Kolby L. Upshaw, 15, was
charged as an accessory.
The robbery occurred at
approximately 9:40 p.m. An order
was placed at a local pizza
restaurant for delivery to Bryant
Street. .
"The victim/driver delivered the
pizza to Bryant Street and was
flagged down in the back parking
lot of the Living Word Ministries
Church at the intersection of
Bryant Street and Colson. Upon
his arrival, two suspects engaged
the delivery driver in conversation
about their order and not having
money for the pizza. While talking
to these two suspects, four other
suspects ran up to the truck and
ordered the driver to hand over all
his money," a spokesman for the
Perry .Police Department (PPD)
"Three of these suspects were
armed with handguns. The victim
complied and gave them an
undisclosed amount of money. He
was then further asked if he had
any money in his truck and ordered
at gunpoint to retrieve it. The
-driver again complied and gave the

suspects more money. The
suspects then took the money and
pizza, and ran from the scene."
A joint investigative effort by
PPD officers and Taylor County
Sheriffs Office (TCSO) deputies
resulted in all seven suspects being
An undisclosed amount of
cash and one handgun were
The investigation is on-going.
Officers assisting with the case
include: Ptl. Kyle Johnson, Ptl.

Heather Murphy, Ptl. Gina Deeson,
Ptl. Jesse Cordova, Sgt. Lin Gray,
Detective Ben Flowers, Deputy
Kevin Johns and Deputy Brian
As of presstime Thursday, the
two adult suspects--Henderson and
Dixon--remained at the Taylor
County. Jail. Each was given a
$50,000 bail.
Bond information on the five
remaining suspects was not
available due to their status as

Tax exemption back

on the ballot for '08
Taylor County voters will once again decide whether to authorize
the county commission to grant tax exemptions for new and
expanding business after the county commission agreed Tuesday to
place a referendum on the Jan. 29, 200S8. presidenual primary ballot.
The commission had the ability to grant such exemptions fpr more
than 20 years before a referendum asking voters to reauthorize the
ability failed by 400 votes in November 2006.
The vote tallies were 2,884 against re-authorizing and 2.481 for it.
The Taylor County De\elopment Authority Board of Directors
voted during their Sept. 27 meeting to request the commission place
the referendum on the January ballot.
According to Taylor CountY Economic Developer Rick Breer. the
tax exemption \\ as onl\ used once, as part of an economic incentive
.package used to draw a $7 5 million expansion to the Lance Foods
plant here rather than to a similar plant in Texas.
He added that the expansion resulted in more than 50 newj.obs. and
", Please see page 8

Commissioners uphold sexual

predator residency restrictions

'A request from the Taylor
County Sheriffs Office to change
the language of the county's sexual
offender ordinance (prohibiting
certain offenders from living
within 2,500 feet of designated
areas in which young people
congregate) was denied by the
county commission Tuesday night.

According to County
Administrator Jack Brown, the
TCSO made the request in an
effort to make the ordinance more
likely to survive a challenge in
court, but commissioners strongly
objected to language changes that
would have reduced the 2,500 foot
prohibitions to 1,000.

State statutes state have a 1,000
foot boundary, but allow local
governments to increase it.
Commissioners voted
unanimously in June 2006 to
create an ordinance more than
doubling the boundary to 2,500.
"-* Please see page 3

Local K-9 team tracks.

down armed suspect

Local Florida Fish & Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
Officer Cricket Bailey and K-91
partner Buddy played a key role in
the apprehension of an armed
burglary suspect Tuesday.
The K-9 team was called into
service to assist the Jefferson
County's Sheriffs Office. .
The Jefferson County Sheriffs
Office received a complaint of a
burglary in progress about 10:30
a.m. in the northeast section of the
county Tuesday, according to FWC
Lt. Kent Harvey, supervisor for
Leon and Jefferson counties.
A resident came upon the
suspect, James Waldon Jr., 29, of
Valdosta, Ga., while Waldon was
burglarizing the homes. The
suspect fled, but the resident was
able to get a license plate number
and a description of the truck.
"The sheriffs office discovered
the truck had been stolen from
Waldon's father and that the
suspect was in possession of a
revolver. The truck and gun had
been stolen in Valdosta, along with
some lawn equipment. Apparently,
the suspect attempted to pawn the

stolen equipment in Tallahassee,"
Harvey' said.
"The; suspect had also stated to
family :members that he wasn't
going back to jail, and he wouldn't
be taken alive. He had been
released from prison Oct. 8,"
Harvey' said.
Jefferson County Sheriff David
Hobbs was responding to the call
when he saw the suspect .and
attempted a traffic stop. The
suspect refused to stop and led the
sheriffs, office units on a pursuit
that ended when the vehicle
crashed' inside the city limits of
Monticello. The suspect then fled
on foot with the firearm, Harvey
A reverse 9-1-1 call was put out
to residents in a three-mile radius
of the area describing the nature of
the crime and giving information
on the suspect along with
preventative measures to take. The
Monticello Police Department
responded and locked down three
local schools.
FWC personnel offered
assistance, and the sheriff
requested air support, if possible,

and additional officers. FWC
officers Stefanie Wilcox, Mike
Keever, Mike Fish, Billy Kemp,
Charles Higman, Scott Olson, Tom
Shipp and Harvey responded,
along with pilot Frank Utermohlen
with an FWC helicopter, Harvey
A perimeter had been
established around an eight-to-10-
block area from where the suspect
crashed the truck. A command post
was set up and manned by deputies
and FWC staff.
"It was determined the suspect
was probably waiting for nightfall
to try to escape. The.perimeter was
maintained and the FWC
helicopter kept the suspect pinned
down. As night fell, we decided to
keep the aircraft in their and have
a K-9 unit enroute in case the
suspect was spotted," Harvey said.
Shortly after dark, the helicopter
pilot started using his search light
and night-vision device to locate
the suspect. The helicopter was in
the air for about 15 minutes when
the suspect tried to make a break
..* Please see page 3

FWC Officer Cricket Bailey, along with his K-9 partner
Buddy, assisted in the capture of an armed suspect in
Jefferson County Tuesday.

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A-2 Perry News-Herald October 19-20, 2007



On the street where you live... A turn-of-the-century postcard captures the residential section of down-
town Perry's Green Street. (Photo courtesy Florida State Archives)


September 28, 1972

A delegation of 75 students
appeared before the Taylor County
School Board' to request air
conditioning for the high school.
The leader of the group was Lee
Shiver, president of the Taylor
h County High School Student
Council .
Gene Scott, ho%\e\er, \%as
credited with making a "forceful
and well reasoned speech,
suggesting that a bearable
atmosphere is essential to a good
Surveys had been conducted to
show that the average classroom
temperature after the lunch period
was 92 to 95 degrees.
Scott also maintained that fans
only lowered the temperature by
doe degree, while opening the
windows let in the distraction of
outside noise as well as "hordes of
Greg Parker also spoke on
behalf of the group, reminding
board members that a learning
atmosphere "includes more than
Board Chairwoman Helen
Panebianco thanked the students
for appearing, but advised them
that no funds were presently
available for such a major

For weeks, the Perry News-
Herald had been spotlighting
candidates for the 1972 Forest
Festival Queen pageant. The final
three appeared in this edition:
Suzan Lockhart, Kathy Puckett
and Retta O'Quinn. In all, there
were 16 candidates.
Also prominently featured was a
picture of Miss Georgia Puckett,
reigning queen, who would crown
the new winner.
The 1972 "world's largest fish
fry" was expected to attract 8000,
which is 500 more than the
previous year.
In the "glittering array of
guests," Miss Universe was
expected for the banquet; tickets
were $6. Other notables, who were
expected, included Gov. Rubin
Askew, Congressman Don Fuqua
and Miss Florida.'
Peck Smith. was pictured in this
edition, unloading 650 pounds of
grits donated by the Quaker Oats
Co. for this year's fish fry.

Auley Rowell of Shady Grove
was elected president of the Taylor
County Farm Bureau.

The parents of Miss Sheryl Lynn
Severance announced her

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engagement and forthcoming
marriage to Clifford Octavious
Florine Ray was engaged to
Thomas Lee of Tifton, Ga., with a
home ceremony planned.
Miss Linda Gail Williams
married Joseph Horton on Sept.

Upon invitation, two Taylor
County High School students, Lee
Shiver and Gene Scott, showed a
J'movie they made about "a day in
the life of their high school" to
senior education classes at Florida
State University.

County commissioners encircled
Supervisor of Elections Wayne
Parker for a photograph in the
S.. -

newspaper disputing a rumor that a
voting lever (beside a candidate's
name) had been removed during
the recent primaries.
In another election spat, a paid
advertisement, with signatures
from Helen P. Scales and Mamie
Jo Wilder Booth, protested the
"slanderous" remarks which had
been voiced about Taylor County
citizens trading their votes for
The two women were leaders in
Declan O'Grady's campaign for the
county judge seat.

The sports headline told the
story: "Bulldogs clobber
The score was 12-0 for this
. game held at Dorsett Stadium--the
,second win of the season ,for the

.The newest, members of Taylor
County's Junior Royalty were named
during formal ceremonies Oct. 13 at
the high school. They join a long list
of previous Florida Forest Festival
'Little King & Queen honorees:

Beth Davis &
Durand Skinner
Terri Lynn
Bradshaw &
Daryll Gunter
Amanda McCall &
Rex Johnny
Melanie Morgan
& Luis Gomez

Little Queen (?)
& Chris Hayworth
Krishnamurthy &
Jay Ricketson
Shella Lakshmin &
John Linton Smith
Angela Bradshaw*
& Matt Brown
Carrie Feagle &
Robbie Johnstono

Suzannah Brown
& Shyam
Dallas Buckhalter
& Baker Jarvis

Mandy Roberts &
Jeremy Register

Erin McCray &
Phillip Lago
Lori Jones*
& Steven

Jessica Israel &
Tyler McNeil

Leah Brooks* &
Curt Whitfield

Mindy, Mincy &

Adrianne Slaugher
& Jedidiah

Stephanie Johnson
& Houston

Patricia Davis &
Stuart Williams

Jessi Brock &
Trenton Williams

Marla Hathcock
& Clark Brooks

*Also crowned Miss Florida Forest & Jr. Miss

Danielle Brummitt
& Derek Howell
Katelyn Lynn &
Justin Cruce
Megan Roberts &
Bryan Raga.ns

Jade Mathis &
Peyton Cribbs
Victoria Allbritton
& Braden

Lacey Horton &
Joshua Cruce
Bethany Snodgrass
& Justin Cruse

Morgan Cribbs &
Clayton Bush

Hannah Polley &
Alex Parker

Haley Smith &
Walker Davis

Haleigh LaValle &
Coby Brannen

Harli Neshat &
Ethan Whiddon

..-" -1.-- elores W alker

Twelve going on 21
The childhood years went too fast and before- I.
knew it I was approaching my teens. Of course .
thought all the world was at my feet and I would liv e-,
"happily ever after." But, reality is a wise teacher...;d:
who reminds you that age comes with,
This was the year Mama decided to get her
nursing degree. So, with her in school each week,:"
household chores fell to my lot. At first, it was funi',
as I took over the cleaning and care of youngerf"
sister Leta. It seemed much like playing house as.
we had done in years past. Trouble was, the playing
house game was something we did whenever we :
wanted, whereas real housekeeping demanded my
attention daily, whether wanted or not.
Mama left early each morning to make the long.-,
drive to Tallahassee and Daddy was usually gone-
before sun-up. My sister-in-law Geraldine w6a' :
always close by to' offer assistance, but I wanted toi
prove my grown-up independence by "doing it
myself." Just getting a first-grader ready for school:i
could turn into a major job. As I learned right awaj,?.
Leta had a mind of her own about her appearance.
Since I thought I was the boss and that her opiniQqr ,
didn't count, there were some mornings we bare
made it to the bus stop on time.
Determined to prove my worthiness I dared Leta
to tattle to Mama. I threatened her with bodily harfm;:3.
as well as telling her I would send her to school:-:
dressed like a monster from outer space. Well, she--"
didn't tell Mama but. she always managed to
whisper my shortcomings to Daddy. Those whispers -,
resulted in the' dreaded father/daughter talk4.'_.,!
Daddy could reduce me to a crybaby with his gentle .P
rebuke, no matter how grown-up I pretended to be ia:
As I proved my ability to handle responsibility, I -
was given more freedom to make my own choices in- '
life. I was giddy with happiness when I was allowed-.,
to attend a moxie with friends without aduLt-:-
, jgypr cji asks4 > become. a, Sardrd
adventLe1?ts'ftTebc'ittrrs, fffends and I'met at ti~ :
corner for the walk to Perry's Main Street shop-,
Johnson's Bakery, Bloodworth's, O'Quinn's and tl'
Dime Store all received our patronage. Melt-i"A^
your-mouth cookies from the bakery with a Co1
float from Bloodworth's was a must before x4
stopped at the Dime Store to spend the allowance
earned during the week. My highest salary ram.
about $2.50, but that was more than enough t.
cover the cost of my purchases.
One -particular purchase stands out as a step intt
the fabled teen years. Shortly after I' turned 121:
decided perfume and lipstick were needed to g
me the grown-up image I felt inside. Foregoing t1
cookies and float, I went straight to the Dime Store|
to purchase the desires of my heart, a bottle
Evening in Paris perfume and a tube of Tangeei~
lipstick. The perfume was contained in the .mo$$
gorgeous blue bottle with a silver cap -topping i4E
Daring to open the bottle for a sniff, I felt as if it hid.,
the magic of the universe with just one drop applied1
behind each ear. And oh, the glamour of the orange.
glow of the lipstick as I touched it to the inside 4
my wrist to see the color. I quickly made my way .
the check-out counter to pay for my treasures aria
headed home to apply both for the full effect..
Drenching myself with the exotic liquid, but n
quite brave enough to apply the lipstick; I sat.dovs^
at the supper table. Everything proceeded as.j
normal with Daddy filling us in on his day !
adventure and Mama making sure the food supp||
never ran out. Well, let me say everything we'-
normally until my brother Ted raised his nose in t
air and sniffed. "Something smells in here," he sait -
With that spoken; he began to circle the tabi,
sniffing like a bloodhound on a coon's trail, finaltjT
landing directly behind me. "Ugh, you sme5;:
strange," he bellowed. With my secret exposed I r
from the table, my pride in shreds. All of my dream
of becoming a stunning teenager lay bare before n -
family and I was crushed. Mama followed me a33
gathered me in her arms, gently rocking back aril.Z
forth. Eventually the tears dried and MamnA,
explained how brothers tend to have a probleiii-
allowing their baby sisters to grow up.
Avoiding eye contact with each other, Ted andiEj,:
silently agreed to let the issue pass withoEg
comment. His smile was all I needed to knbw he wEE
sorry. My wounded look toward him was enough iS
make him feel like the lowest worm in the worlE
But, the story doesn't end there. Ted was almost I1 |
and working with Uncle Dewey at the upholstei:
shop making big bucks. The next night, as I took ngi;
place at the supper table, sitting smack-dab in tlKS:$
center of my plate was the biggest bottle of Evenig,
in Paris perfume that he could find. I rewarded hif-j
generosity by splashing myself as often as possiblei.
even ignoring when he would hold his nose ani-
say..."Um, um, um, love that smell!" :
The passage to my teen years was filled wit6i
movies at Graves Drive-In, food from the FreezettiZ=
and incredible memories of Taylor County High wil:i-
wonderful frigds that'wili rffer le'forgotten. :i

i &Ak.

A-3 Perry News-Herald October 19*20, 2007

On predator ordinance

County not willing to 'backpedal'

Continued from page 1
"We're making it easier for child
predators to get close to our
children," Commission Clay
Bethea said of the proposed
changes. "We're backpedaling and
I'm not willing to do that."
The other commissioners also
objected to reducing the
Only one person from the public
spoke during the public hearing.
"I'm inclined to agree with
Clay," said Carole'Taitt. "We need

it to be as strict as possible."
Commissioner Mark Wiggins
made a motion to reject the new
ordinance and Commissioner Pat
Patterson seconded.
The measure passed
According to the current
ordinance, offenders whose
victims were under the age of 16
are not allowed to establish
residence within 2,500 feet of any
school, designated public school
bus stop, day care center, park,
playground or other places where
children regularly congregate.

Exceptions to the restrictions
include those who had established
their residence prior to the
adoption of the ordinance, those
who were minors when they
committed their offense and were
not tried as adults, those who are
currently minors and those who
established residence before the
school, day care center, etc., was
established. Penalties for violating
the ordinance include fines up to
$500 and a 60-day imprisonment
for the first offense and up to a
$1,000 fine and 12 months in
prison for subsequent offenses.

Suspect caught, handgun recovered

Continued from page 1
for it.
"A citizen called 9-1-1 to report
he had spotted the suspect on U.S.
19 North near the Jefferson
Nursing Home. This was about
500 yards north of our perimeter,"
Harvey said. "The citizen gave an
accurate description of the. suspect
and a general area where Waldon
was hiding. We shifted the
perimeter north."
It was at this time that FWC
Officer Bailey and K-9 Buddy
arrived on scene.
After getting a description of the
suspect and being briefed about the
firearm he was carrying, Olson,

Continued from page 1
compared to the same period last
year," he said.
:Buckeye plans to announce
July-September results on Oct. 22,
and has scheduled a conference
call at 3 p.m. EDT, Tuesday, Oct.
23, to discuss first quarter

Bailey and Buddy began tracking
the suspect.
About two-tenths of a mile into
the track, Buddy alerted that he
was close to the suspect. Bailey
located the suspect standing
behind a tree, and Olson took him
into custody.
Buddy then located the gun the
suspect had thrown down as the
officers approached. The pilot used
his spotlight to illuminate
the area for the
Harvey said the suspect stated
during his arrest, "I give up. It's not
worth it. I can't get away from you
all. I can't take it anymore."
"The physical stature of the
suspect didn't lend itself to running

Buckeye, a leading
manufacturer and marketer of
specialty fibers and nonwoven
materials, is headquartered in
Memphis, Tenn. The company
currently operates facilities in the
United States (including one in
Taylor County), Germany, Canada,
and Brazil. Its products are. sold
worldwide to makers of consumer
and industrial goods.

away from a K-9," Harvey said,
adding that the suspect is 5 feet 10
inches tall and weighs about 220
Buddy, a 6-year-old yellow
Labrador, has been an FWC K-9
for four years.
The suspect had been on the run
for more than 10 hours. FWC
officers took Waldon into custody
and turned him over to Jefferson
County Sheriffs Office personnel.
"The Jefferson County Sheriffs
Office was very appreciative with
our response and help. They were
impressed that the FWC has the
ability to mobilize equipment and
manpower very quickly and
efficiently," Harvey said.
"Everyone involved in this
capture deserves a pat on the back
for a job well done. The
cooperation between the Jefferson
County Sheriffs Office and the
FWC was instrumental in catching
this suspect."
The suspect-has been charged
with the following:
In Florida: armed burglary,
dealing in stolen property,
defrauding a pawn broker,
possession of a firearm by a
convicted felon, felony fleeing and
eluding an officer. More charges
are pending regarding the
In Georgia: felony theft of a
motor vehicle, felony theft of
equipment and felony theft of a

It's official!
The Perry City Council approved resolution declaring October as "Florida Forest Festival
Month" and presented the signed copy to 2007 Taylor County Junior Miss Lauren Hardin. The
52nd annual celebration shifts into high gear next week with the opening of the carnival on
Wednesday, the "Fabulous Festival Fireworks" on Thursday and the annual Bed Race.on Friday.
The "big day" will be Saturday, Oct. 27. Shown above are: (I to r) Councilman Sylvester
Harris, City Manager Bob Brown, Councilman Alphonso Dowdell, Mayor Emily Ketring,
Junior Miss Lauren Hardin, Councilman Doug Everett, Councilman Don Cook and festival
representative Mark Viola. The county commission passed a similar delcartion at its meeting
Tuesday night in Shady Grove.


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A-4 Perry News-Herald October 19-20, 2007

Reunion held in Washingtont :
-:The annual Gunter Family Reunion was hel Au i .-Longview, Wash., with 43 family
members gathering, including Lenora Whidc [tD ilHIaWnd. yrone. Whiddon of Perry, a
niece and nephew of the Gunter family. "Each August, the f mily gathered together to celebrate
fteir mother's birthday until she passed away," said Thomas. W. Gunter of Longview. "The
family continues this tradition on the late Thomas 'LeRoy' Gunter picnic grounds known as
'Ittle Creek.' LeRoy was the oldest son of Herry Thomas and Edith Carlton Gunter. He was
Wso the first of nine children to settle in. Longvtew; 'with.four brothers and two sisters
fIllowing him. Shown seated (in their WPRY Bulldog t-shirts) are: Geraldine Gunter Leggett
4 Longview, Jane Gunter Donaldson of Redmond, Wash., Hullon R. Gunter of Eugene, Ore., and
Thomas W. Gunter of Longview; (back row) Bobby D, Leggett, Lee Donaldson, Lenora
kicMillan, Cheryl Robb Gunter and Rosalie WilsonbQunter.

New Arrival .
Ya ,Lei Afithony Ellison
Felicia Maiullo and Henry Ellisoa announce the birth of their son, Levi
B, Anthony Elison, on Sept. 7, 2007; at 10:04 p.m. He %%eighed 8 pounds, 8
ounces, and vwas 21 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Rene Maiullo of Perry and the late Anthony

Maiullo II.
Paiernal grandparents, all of Perry,
Charlone Ellison.
The babN's great grandmother is
Alice Ellison.


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. Senior classes from Taylor
County Higli Scbool during the
1930s-1940s are combining forces
for a reunion which will mark the
60th year for the Class of '48 but
serve as an extended reunion "for
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The Class' .ef '1944 should
forward iriAtpB' to Loisell
Edwards Coleman at 100 N.
Cheryl Dr., or at 584-6762.
The Class of '45 should contact
Ella Mae Courtney Whiddon,
3381 Slaughter Rd., 584-7383; e-
mail ema @gtcom. net.
Class of 1946 graduates are
asked to check in with Lydia
Hendry Andrews at 108 E. Pace
Dr., or 584-6582.
For the Class of 1947, the
contact person is Mary Frances
Brannen Mangum. 1833 Farmway,
Middleburg, FL -32068, (904)
The Class of 1948. is asked to
contact Marilyn Nesmith Jackson
at 125 Cherry St., Neptune Beach,
FL 32266; by phone at (904) 249-
5956, or e-mail
For the Class of 1949, the go-to
person is Alma Register Walker,
105 Seminole Rd., toll free at 1-
877-268 1035, or Martha Lee
Stephens Guess, 106 Donna Dr.,
Perry 584-4235..
Graduates from classes 1940-
42, or anyone in the 1930s, should
contact Polly Knowles Perkins at
927 N. Jefferson St., 584-6719.


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Married in September
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were married Sept. 14, 2007. The bride is a graduate of St.
Petersburg College School of Nursing and has worked as a
Registered Nurse for more than 20 years. The groom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. John (Ruby) Franklin of Perry, and a
graduate of Taylor County High School. He retired from the
U.S. Coast Guard after 21 years, and presently works for the
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James and Sondra Shaw will celebrate their 1st year anniversary Sunday, October 21st. The couple.
was united in marriage at Restoration Faith Center Church with Rev. Kenneth Dennis performing the I
ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Ms. Sandra Spanks and Mr. Charlie Spanks of Perry. She is .
the granddaughter of Ms. Burnell Flowers and Mr. Arthur Flowers. The groom is the son of the late
Ms. Cora Lee Shaw of Springfield, IL.
The bride was given away by her son Tony and her son Isaac provided the music. Carmen Dennis,
Rev. Dennis' ife, Debra Hugger, the God-sister of the bride, and Tonya Jones, the cousin of the bride,
assisted with coordinating the ceremony
S and reception. Mr. Ruffin provided escort
services. The reception was held at the
Loughridge Park with a meal prepared
by Donnie'Rollings and Cynthia Miller.
The three tier cake was prepared by
Linda Brannon. Wayne Dunwoody was -
the photographer for the events.
The bride and groom departed for
Miami, FL and enjoyed their honeymoon
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her first birthday today. She is the
daughter of Kenneth and Sadaytril
Smith. Her maternal grandparents
are the late Jacqueline Givens
Williams and Walter Bishop; paternal
grandparents are Delores White and
Johnny Smith. Joining in the
celebration will be her brother,
Kenneth D. Smith Jr.

For United Way

The 2007 United Way Campaign
kick-off breakfast will be held
Wednesday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 a.m. at
the Taylor Senior Citizens Center.
The price will be $5 for a meal
of sausage, grits, eggs and
biscuits. The breakfast is being
underwritten by the Trustees of
Tri-County Electric, and the

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A-6 Perry News-Herald October 19-20, 2007

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Trout fishing got real tough,
oyer the weekend, as the recent,
high pressure took over and laid
the w-i-n-d down to basically no
--I took out Keith Watson of
Valdosta, Ga., and Gregory and
Ryan Jones of Madison, Ala.,
Wednesday and we had 14 trout
and four reds fishing live pinfish
under Cajuns in 3 4 feet of
water. We had three over twenty
inchs long and a 25 inch red to top
the box.
Friday, I had Douglas Tarver and
Pete Oddi of Douglas, Ga., and we
brought in seven trout, three reds
" and two Spanish. We released six
or seven keeper reds while tossing
back the same number of short
reds. Again we had two over
Saturday, I took the same two
guys out and we couldn't find a
redfish?' There was literally no
breeze for over three hours. We
managed eight trout but fished six
hours for them. Again, we fished
live pinfish under Cajuns, but

il anglers
caught most of our fish out in 6 -
8 feet of water.
Rick and Ryan Youmans with
Jimmy Gay and Brock Vickery all
of Valdosta, Ga., had 10 trout (one
over 22 inches long), a few black
sea bass and two reds, Saturday,
fishing 5 6 feet of water with
Mike and Deborah Martin, also
of Valdosta, Ga., had 10 trout,
with two over 20 inches long and
their two reds, while fishing live
pinfish under Cajuns on Saturday.
On Sunday, Ray Carlisle and
his son-in-law J. Johnson limited
on trout after catching many
juveniles, small grouper and black
bass. They also caught one 20
inch red and a 38 inch king
mackerel just off Dekle Beach bird
rack in 4 feet of water. Weather
was forecasted as not so good but
became beautiful after 10 a.m.
Offshore Report
Sunday, Mike Dooley with
Rhett and Eddie Moore all of
Valdosta, Ga., made it out to 60
feet of water and had. 9 grouper and
2 kings while trolling Mann's
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Two former Taylor County
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Good starts at their respective
junior colleges in Mississippi.
LaGarrette Blount, a sophomore
at East Mississippi Community
College, has rushed for 741 yards
and five touchdowns on 125
carries through Seven games. The
running back has also caught five
passes for 120 yards and one TD.

Genario McNealy has led his
Mississippi Gulf Coast
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perfect 7-0 record thus far in the
McNealy has completed 52 of
109 passes for 570 yards and four
He has also rushed for 268 yards
on 48 carries and scored one TD.

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Jenni Cantrell (3) battles for the ball during recent
Darton College action. ,

Date Opponent Site Time/Result
Aug. 24 Newberry Away 7:30 p.m.
Aug. 31 Wakulla Away 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 7 Jefferson County Away. 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 14 Santa Fe Away 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 21 Chiefland 'Home 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 28 Suwannee County Home 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 5 Madison County Away 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 12 OPEN
Oct. 19 Dixie County Home 7:30 p.m.
Oct. 26 N. Fla. Christian Home 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 2 Fort White Home 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 9 Union County Away

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Former Taylor County High
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Cantrell's college soccer team is
currently ranked number one in
both national junior college polls.
Darton College's record is 17-0-1
and-they also have the two leading
scorers in the country.
"It's taken a lot of hard work and
we continue to train very hard
preparing for the playoffs starting
Oct. 26th," said Cantrell. "Being
ranked number one in the country
is rewarding, but my teammates
and I won't be satisfied until we
win the National Championship."
Darton has a tough road ahead in
the district tournament playing the
former number one team in the
country and defending.National
Champions Young Harris away
from home.
"If we win that one then we'll
play the Regional's at home and
the National Championship

Tournament is being played at
Darton as well," she said.
Darton College is located in
Albany, Ga.

Gators meet

Saturday to

watch game
The Taylor County Gator Club
invites all fans in the-community
to a Game Day Viewing of the
Kentucky game on Saturday at the
Perry Elks Club.
"There will be free hors d'oeuvres
along with a cash bar," said Betty
Culbreath for the club. "Gator,
necklaces and towels will be
presented to the first 25 fans who
arrive," she added.
The game starts at 3:30, "but
come early."

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A-7 Perry News-Herald October 19-20, 2007

At Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church

Holmes returns to Perry for Youth Day

Mass choir will sing
The Rev. Victor L. Holmes, a Perry native, will be the keynote speaker
for Youth Day services at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church on Sunday,
Oct. 21, at 3 p.m.
Raised by his grandmother, Christine Holmes, the speaker was active in
New Jerusalem Baptist Church as a child, baptized at the age of 11, served
as a junior deacon and is remembered for his "gifted voice."
Holmes graduated from Florida A&M University in 1993 with a
Bachelor's degree in public administration. He is currently furthering his
education at Gupton-Jones, Mortuary School of Funeral Services in
Atlanta, Ga., and pursuing a degree in mortuary science. He also serves as
associate minister for Beulah Missionary Baptist Church in Atlanta where
he is active in youth- ministry.
Mt. Olive invites all friends of the community to gather for Youth Day
and to hear Holmes speak.


John Remer Hart
John Remer Hart, 48, died Oct.
16, 2007.
He had lived in Perry for the past
25 years, moving here from
Valdosta, Ga. He was a member of
the Perry Elks Lodge and the Perry
Golf a id Country Club. He
graduated from Valdosta State
University with a Bachelor of
Business Administration in
accounting and was employed by
the ,Florida Department of
Corrections as a senior
management analyst supervisor.
Survivors include: his wife,
Bonita Hart of Perry; one son,
John Remer Hart II of Perry; two
step-daughters, Mallory Nettles
and Erika Grambling, both of
Perry; his parents, George and
Lilla Kate Hart of Valdosta, Ga.;
four brothers, Bill Hart and Reddin
Hart, both of Valdosta, Ga-,
Edward Hart of Gainesville and
George Hart of Macon, Ga.; and
three nephews.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Oct. 20, at 10 a.m. at
Lake Bird Methodist Church with
interment at Lake Bird Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends today, Oct. 19, from 6-8
p.m. at the Joe P. Burns Funeral
Home, which was in charge of
I4 lieu of" flowers, donations
may be made to the John R. Hart
Memorial Scholarship 'Fund,
Citizens- State Bank, 2000 S.
Byron Butler Pkwy. Perry, FL
Kyle Gilbert Jones
Kyle Gilbert Jones, 69, of Perry,
died Oct. 16, 2007.
A native of Oxford, Florida, Mr.
Jones had lived most of his life in
Perry. Mr. Jones was the son of the
late "James Kyle Jones and Opal
Scott Jones. He was a financial
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Group and had served in the U.S.
Air Force during the Vietnam era.
'He was a past member of the
Perry Golf and Country .Club as
well as the Perry Kiwanis Club. He,
was a. member and ,past exalted
ruler of the Elks Lodge and served
on many committees, as well as
published the Elks newsletter. He
was a Baptist.
He was preceded in death by his
step-mother, Lois Mann Jones.
Survivors include: his wife of 37
years, Teresa Kinsey Jones; two
daughters, Elizabeth Michelle
Flores of Tallahassee and Erica
Lynn Jones of Seattle, Wash.; three
brothers, Verlon Jones of'
Sylvester, Ga., James Jones and
Clint Jones of Fort Pierce; one
grandson, Dylan Flores; and his
mother-in-law, Lillie Knowles of
Funeral services 'will be held
Saturday, Oct. 20, at 11 a.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home.
Family members will receive
friends today, Oct. 19, from 6 until
8 p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home,
which is in charge of
Memorial contributions may be
made to the Perry Elks Lodge, P.O.
Box 986, Perry, FL 32348, with
your designation of the Veterans
Fund or Harry Anna Trust Fund.
Michelle Ann
Peterson Hurley
Michelle Ann Peterson Hurley,
39, died Oct. 7, 2007, at her home
in Peabody, Mass.
She is survived by her husband
of 10 years, Brian Hurley of
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-J In Loving
Memory of

Mary Faulk
You can only have one mother I
Patient, kind and true;
No other friend in all the world
Will be the same to you.
When other friends forsake you,
To mother you will return.
For all her loving kindness
She asks nothing in return.
As we look upon her picture,
Sweet memories we recall
Of a face so full of sunshine
And a smile for one and all.
Sweet jesus, take this message
To our dear mother up above;
'Tell her how we miss her
And give her all our love.

"With all our love"
October 21

Your Family

Two services honor Demps Sunday
Chester H. Demps, senior pastor of Christian Tabernacle, will be
honored by his church family on Sunday, Oct. 21, during services at 9 a.m.
and 4 p.m.
Elder Carolyn Demps, who serves as co-pastor, and the Bethel of Mt.
Sinai Holy Church of Mayo will lead the morning service. The Rev.
French and Temple of God Baptist Church will be in charge of the
afternoon service. Meals will follow both services.
Episcopals plan Fall Fish Fry, Retreat
St. James Episcopal Church will be hosting a Fall Fish Fry and Retreat
at the Econfina on the Gulf Resort Sunday, Oct. 28. The menu will feature
fresh mullet with all the trimmings. Fun starts at 1:00 with a hayride and
boat cruises down the river. Dinner is at 4:00 followed by a bonfire and
singing. For more information, call 223-3592.
Rehearsals prepare for Fellowship Day
Next Sunday, Oct. 28, New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church will
hold its annual Fellowship Day at 3 p.m. The featured speaker will be the
Rev. Octavious Lamar Todkes Sr. of Madison. Choir rehearsals are slated
for Thursday, Oct. 25, at 7 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 27, at 6 p.m.

Mt. Olive Youth Day Observance
Sunday, Oct. 21 3 p.m.

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9:45 a.m.
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their home, utilizing the money for
just about anything, without ever
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A-8 Perry News-Herald October 19-20, 2007

Commission backs ballot item with vote, not money

Continued from page 1
that while the exemptions total
$320,000 over 10 years, they are
offset by $930,000 of additional
:tax revenue resulting from the
SBreer was present at Tuesday's
commission meeting requesting
the ballot item as well as $2,500.
for voter education. Breer also
Visited the Perry City Council with
sinilar requests at their Oct. 9
ineeting. The council approved the
ballot measure, but denied the
request for the funds.
Commission Chairman Malcolm
Page cited the city's decision and
suggested that the two requests be

split into separate votes.
Commissioner Clay Bethea
mentioned a radio advertisement
he had recently heard enticing
entrepreneurs to move to the State
of Michigan.
"When I hear a commercial in
Florida from Michigan, it blows
my mind," Bethea said.
He called the $2,500 request a
"small token" and an "investment
for the future."
Commissioner Pat Patterson
questioned placing the measure on
the ballot after it was voted down
in 2006.
Commissioner Rudolph Parker
suggested changing the language
of the referendum.
Breer, however, said TCDA did

not feel the problem was in the
language but its attempts at voter
education before the election.
"In hind sight, the TCDA feels it
did a poor job of educating voters
about why it was beneficial," he
said, adding that they plan to issue
a countywide mailout explaining
the ballot item.
"We have no problem with the
wording," he said.
The language on the ballot for
the referendum states, "Shall the
Board of County Commissioners
of Taylor County be authorized to
grant, pursuant to Section 3,
Article VII of the State
Constitution, Property Tax
Exemptions to new businesses and
expansions of existing

Commissioner Mark Wiggins
made a motion to approve placing
the item on the ballot; Parker
seconded. The measure passed
Discussions then turned to the
request for '$2,500, with
commissioners spilt on the issue.
"I think we made a pretty good
donation to the Development

Authority during the budget
session," Parker said.
"To me it sends the wrong
message not to give them the
$2,500," Bethea said.
Parker made a motion to deny
the request with Patterson
seconding. Parker, Patterson and
Page voted to deny the request,
with Bethea and Wiggins voting

When asked Tuesday, Breer said,
"It is an important fact that
approving this, referendum does
not approve any tax exemptions for
"Each case that is brought;
either by the Development
Authority or any business, would
require individual ordinances,
which would include public

Wetherell was elected to board in '06

Continued from page 1

S"The obligation of Buckeye and
TEC to close on the sale of the
subject land is expressly
conditioned on TEC's obtaining all
permits and approvals necessary to
tiommence construction of a coal
powered electric power plant on
property' that is the subject of this
"As a sitting member of the
board of directors of Buckeye,
Mrs. Virginia Wetherell has an
obligation to and an 'interest in the
pecuniary gain of Buckeye.
Because the result of the DOAH
proceeding will affect a 'required
approval,' the end. result of the

decision of the Division of
Administrative Hearings judge in
this case would have an effect on
whether Buckeye is able t9 sell this
property and, as a result, whether
Buckeye receives profit from this.
land sale."
According to Thursday's notice,
the petitioners have "not
determined at this time whether
they will request the recusal of
Judge T. Kent Wetherell II, due to
the above scenario. Petitioners
have 10 days from the discovery of
the facts constituting the grounds
for the motion."
That deadline is Monday, Oct.
22. The notice requests that the
judge review and consider the.
notice and respond prior to the


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Peabody, Mass.; her parents, John
and Joan Peterson of Perry; her,
mother Susan Murphy; one
brother, Mark Peterson; and aunt
ind uncle, Darrell and Jane
Peterson of Cape Canaveral.
A remembrance service was

held for family and friends at
Peterson-O'Donnell Funeral Home
in Danvers, Mass., on Thursday,
Oct. 11.
Expressions of sympathy may
be made in her name to: Dana
Farber Cancer Institute Donations,
10 Brookline PL West 6th FL,
Brookline, MA 02445.

Virginia Wetherell was elected
to the board of directors in April
2006 and took her seat May 1,
2006. She previously served as
Secretary of the. Florida
Department of Environmental
The petitioners in the case are
six Taylor County residents, John
and Gale Dickert, Carole Taitt,
"Diane and Richard "Abe"
Whitfield, and Joy Towles Ezell, as
well as the environmental
organization, Taylor County
Residents United for the
Environment (TRUE). Both Diane
Whitfield and Ezell are elected
members of the Taylor County Soil
and Water Conservation Board. In
the petition, Ezell is listed as the
registered agent for TRUE, while
Diane Whitfield is listed as
The four utility partners behind
TEC announced July 12 they were
suspending their permitting efforts
for the proposed coal-fired power
plant, but the ,applications for the
two amendments were continued,
culminating in Augfist with DCA
filing a notice of intent to find
them in compliance.

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FWC hosts forum here

on Monday for hunters

Closing the Gap-
: Several members of the Taylor County Health Department spoke to the Perry Rotary Club
recently, describing a number of the programs offered to local residents. Shown above are:
(from I to r) Takeema Graham, TCHD Director and Rotarian Steve Tullos, Kristie Lutz, Dawn
Gunter and Katy Curry. Graham spoke about the Closing the Gap program, which is trying to
lessen the racial disparity between African Americans and other races with certain medical
conditions such as heart disease. Lutz informed members of the health department's new
program for expecting mothers. Curry finished the program, speaking about the department's
chronic disease programs, including those for heart-related problems as well as diabetes.

Shadow Chasers host workshop Saturday

_.he. Shadow Chasers of the Big
Bend ..invite everyone to attend,
their Ghost.Hunting 101 workshop
Saturday, Oct. 20, at Forest Capital
State Park.
The. workshop will begin at
2 p.mi.
: All materials will be supplied
and -refreshments will be available:
a: $20 per person fee is required to
covyer expenses. You must be 18 or

Enrollment is

free for family
literacy class.

A number of adult education and
family literacy programs are
available through the Taylor
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Technical Institute.
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(book-'i are provided.
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organizers said.
For more information, call 584-
3054 or 850-519-6903.

The public is invited to a forum
on hunting in Taylor County,
Monday, Oct. 22, at 7 p.m.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC),
in cooperation with the Taylor
County Coastal Committee,
will present the forum at
Forest Capital Hall, 203
Forest Park Drive, off U.S. 19 in
Dan McDonald, FWC lead
biologist for the Big Bend region,
will give a presentation on deer
management in Florida.
In addition, the forum will'
include an explanation by FWC Lt.
Bruce Cooper on new hunting laws
and "hot topics" for the 2007-08
hunting season.
A question and answer session
on law enforcement-related issues
will follow Cooper's talk.
"Taylor County is unique among
counties in Florida in having seven
wildlife management areas and
more than 35 hunt clubs," Cooper
"Three-quarters of Taylor
County's coastline is designated as
a wildlife management area. We in
Taylor County are extremely
fortunate to have these tremendous
resources available to us.
"As such, it is very important for

the community and the FWC to
work closely in protecting our

valuable natural resource for future
generations," Cooper said.

Area hunters are encouraged to attend Monday's forum

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There was plenty of trepidation among fans leading
up the July 2 release of Michael Bay's live-action
For the past 20 years, since the Japanese toyline and
cartoon series first hit the U.S., "Transformers" has
quietly built a fan-following just as loyal and
cantankerous as any Trekkie or "Star Wars" buff.
While the big-budget, high-octane production didn't
please all fans, no one can deny it was hit, taking in $316
million at the domestic box office, the Third highest
grossing film of 2007 behind "Spider Man 3" and "Shrek
the Third." Add foreign box office totals, and
"Transformers" brought in $699 million.
DreamWorks has already set a release date for the
eventual sequel; it's June 26, 2009, for those who want
to mark their calendars.
While fans--and non-fans for that matter--have some
legitimate gripes about the film, I think the end result
delivered exactly what it promised, giant robots duking
it out while everybody else tries their best to stay out of
the way.
As .the film opens, we get a quick history of the planet
Cybertron, destroyed in a war between the Autobots and
Decepticons. Both sides are trying to find the All Spark.
Their search leads them to our planet and humanity is
about to find itself stuck in the middle of a war.
Surprisingly, the human stories held up pretty well
through the almost tw6-and-one-half hour film.
Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) is a boy about to get
his first car in an effort to impress classmate Mikaela
Banes (Megan Fox). Unfortunately for him, his new car
turns out to be Bumblebee, an advance scout for the

Oct. 25-28, Nov. 1-4
Tallahassee Little Theatre presents
Steven Dietz's "Dracula," based on the
classic novel by Bram Stoker. Tickets
for the production, directed by Guy
Molnar, can be purchased at or by
calling 850-224-8474.

Sunday, Oct. 21
The Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra
will perform at Pops In The Gardens
2007 at Maclay Gardens in Tallahassee,
"Bring a lawn chair and favorite food
and beverages," organizers urge.
Tickets start at $15. Gates open at 4
p.m. and music begins at 7. For more
information or to buy tickets, visit
Sunday, OctL 28
The Tallahassee Artist Series' 2007-08
season continues with a performance
by classical guitarist Stephen
Robinson. The concert will- begin at
2:30 p.m. in the Opperman Music Hall.
For more information, call 850-224-
9934 or visit

humans, we get precious little time to interact with our
title characters. The voice acting was good, giving the
Autobots at least a chance to differentiate one another.
Peter Cullen returns from the original cartoon to voice
Optimus Prime, the big-rig leader of the Autobots.
On the Decepticon side, aside from a fewv subtitled
electronic warbles, you never really learn much about
them. They end up becoming simply the scorpion robot,
the helicopter robot and the fighter jet robot, etc. That's
a shame.
One of the joys of watching the original show was
knowing everyone, the good guys and bad as well as
their personalities, not to mention their names. With the
new film, it is hard to get emotionally involved with
them, aside from Optimus Prime and Bumblebee.
I can understand that finances and practicality limited
the amount of time the robots could be on screen. While
it may. only cost several thousand dollars to film two
actors conversing, that same scene with 30-foot-tall CG
robots may run into the hundreds of thousands.
Hopefully the sequel(s) will give us more time to get
to know our robotic friends (and enemies). To me,
storytelling works when you have characters you care
That's why franchises like "Pirates of the Caribbean"
and "Harry Potter" work so well. You forge a connection
between yourself and the characters and have an
investment in their success or defeat.
While there is room for improvement, "Transformers"
provides just about everything you can ask for from a
big-name action blockbuster while pleasing fans .(well,
most of them) along the way-
"Transformers" is available in a
single-disc regular edition as
well as a two-disc special
edition. The
hilm is also
i ailable on

The special
edition (DVD
and Bluray)
Includes a feature-
length commentary
by Director Michael
tBay, deleted scenes,
trailers and various

CLASSIcI.. Music

Friday, Nov. 9
Buckeye Florida will present a free
piano concert with Dr. James Nalley,
piano professor at Florida State
University School of Music and
International Steinway Concert Artist.
The concert begins at 7 p.m. at First
Baptist Church in Perry.

October 19-21 and 26-28
The second annual Historic Ghost Tour
will take the brave through downtown
Tallahassee, beginning at the
'Tallahassee Area Convention and
Visitors Bureau Welcome Center.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $3 for
children 12 and younger. For more
information, call 850-561-0137 or 850-
Saturday, Oct. 27
The 52nd annual Florida Forest Festival
will feature equipment demonstrations,
lumberjack shows, a carnival, antique
car show, the "World's Largest Free Fish
Fry" and more. Blues legend Buddy

Miles will headline the mainstage
entertainment. Joining him will be
Charlie McCoy and the festival karaoke
finalists. The festival will be followed by
the third Perry Opry, which will run from
7 until 10 p.m. that evening. The King
Tree Parade begins downtown at 10 a.m.
Saturday, Nov. 3
The annual Steinhatchee Riverfest will
be held from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at
Steinhatchee Community Center and
Park and 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.
November 16-18
The Paralounge Drum Circle returns to
the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park
for a weekend of music, dancing and
singing. The event will include fire
dancers, Dragon Fly Rhythms and their
didgeridoo experience, Buddy Helms,
facilitated drum circles with Jana
Broder, Ken Anoff's drum experience,
Jerrod's Door and Tam Tam Congo. For
more information, or to purchase
tickets, visit

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The School of Theatre at Florida
State University presents "Into The
Woods," a Tony Award-winning.
musical that explores the
consequences of what happens
after "happily ever after."
With music and' lyrics by
Stephen Sondheim and based on
the book by James Lapine, "Int6
The Woods" is an exotic adventure
you don't want to miss.
Comedy and chaos ensue when
famous fairytale characters,
Cinderella, Rapunzel, Jack (the
one who 'climbed the beanstalk),
'and Little Red Riding Hood, join
forces to help. their fellow
neighbor, the Baker and his Wife,
defeat a wicked spell.
The Baker and his Wife cannot
have a child until they follow the

PopS in
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the Gardens at Maclay Gardens in
Tallahassee promises to be "new
and spectacular" as the Tallahassee
Symphony Orchestra and the
Friends of Maclay Gardens
celebrate their 10-year anniversary
on Sunday, Oct. 21.
For the first time, Miriam Bums,
music director and conductor, will
lead the orchestra in a program of
popular classical music at the
Pops. She became conductor of the
Tallahassee Symphony last year
and is "eager to lead the orchestra
in this annual outdoor community
"We are so happy to have the
Tallahassee Symphony back for
our special event," Chairman Lou
Kellenberger said. "The concert
theme is 'Celebrations!' which is in
honor of this being the 10th
anniversary of Pops in the
Burns is also one of the
conductors on staff of the New
York Philharmonic, having been
appointed by Kurt Masur in 1999.
She is the music director/
conductor of the Kenosha
Symphony, the Orhestra of the
Redeemer in New /York City and
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Lawton Philharmonic and the C.W.
Post Summer Music Festival.
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will be tenor Stanford Olsen who
will perform several selections
accompanied by the orchestra

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bidding of the witch next door to
get a cow as white as milk, a cape
as red as blood, hair as yellow as
corn, and a slipper as pure as gold.
With a little help from their
neighbors and a series of twisted
adventures, they all come to terms
with, the pitfalls of greed and
discover the need for community,
family and inner-strength.
The School of Theatre's
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creative team also includes
musical director Tom Ossowski,
choreographer. Kate Watson
Gelabert, scenic designer Samina
Vieth, costume designer Sarah
Eichhorn, lighting designer
Herman Montero, dramaturg Julie
Haverkate and technical director

the Garden
during the evening.
Gates open for the event at 4 p.m.
and the music will begin at 7.
General admission tickets are
$15 per person. Guests may bring a
picnic dinner and a favorite
beverage along with a blanket or
lawn chairs to settle in for a


leisurely meal before the concert.
This is a family-friendly event and
children are invited as well.
Because, of limited space at the
Gardens, guests will park in the
Albertson's parking lot and take
free shuttles which run back and
forth to the park every 15 minutes
all evening. Lawn chairs and
picnic supplies may be carried on
-the bus.
Guests may park at the Gardens
by purchasing a car ticket for $100
which includes up to six people in
the car. Cars will enter the park at
the secondary entrance off Maclay
For those who would like to dine
in style, a table for eight (without

Matthew Chandler.
"Into The Woods" runs Octobek
19-20 and 23-27 at 8 p.m. ano
October 21 and 28 at 2 p.m. '-'
All performances will be if
Fallon Theatre, located at thq
comer of Copeland and .Cal
Tickets are $18 for, adults, $1S
for senior citizens and $12 fof
students and may be purchased b.
visiting or. bf
calling the Fine Arts Ticket Office
at 850-644-6500.
"Into, The Woods" is no4
recommended for children undef
the age of 13. :
For more information about
"Into The Woods" 'and othei
School of Theatre production
please visit
f, r*1

S iS Saturday
food) may be purchased for $25i
Or a table for eight with a catered
buffet and wine may be pureiase4
for $500. Table tickets include
admission and parking at the park
For table tickets call Diane
Sheffield, table chairman, at 93 3.
0142. -
Macy's is once again the sponsor
of the fireworks which will brine
the program to a spectacular finisIl
At intermission Macy's 'will alsi
award a $500 shopping spree to i
lucky, ticket holder. The grand
finale will light up the sky over the.
lake to the strains of Tchaikovsky'k:
"1812 Overture." *
Tickets may be purchased ire-
advance at the park ranger statioai
(just off Thomasville Road at lth
park entrance), at Esposita
Gardening Center, Tallahasset
Nurseries or by calling Maclag
Gardens at (850) 487-9910.
Tickets will also be available thi
evening of the event at the Pop
table outside Albertsons'. o,
Thomasville Road. The Friends oi
Maclay Gardens, Inc. is a nond
profit citizens' suppoi
organization for the state park.
It is a volunteer community
group dedicated to the protection
and preservation of the historic
Maclay House and Gardens, an4
the surrounding park lands.
In the event of rain, tickets art
not refundable and will be a
contribution to the Friends3
support of Maclay Gardens. '

FSU School of

Theatre goes "nUJP U

Local teenager to I

star in upcoming

television program

Perry teenager Marybeth Clark has been cast in one
of the supporting roles in an upcoming television shoi
called "SunSet Valley."
Clark will be working alongside the rest of the
"SunSet Valley" girls--Lizzie Star (Lauren), Brancfi
Lynn (Stacey), Kaley Briann (Cassidy), Casey Marie.
(Kenzie) and Bre Morgan (Claire).
Clark will play the role of Dakota, a teenage higu
school farm girl who recently moved from Austirn
Texas, to SunSet Valley. She lives on a ranch jus
outside of SunSet Valley. -
'I cannot wait to work on SunSet Valley," Clark saic;
"I think it's an awesome production and it's ver
inspirational for the artist in me." 5
"SunSet Valley" is being produced by Stars
Production Studio. The producer and director of th.
show is Joy Star.
For more information about the show, visif'setvalleytvshow.

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Small ads...big deals

'will be having auctions on Sat.. Oct. 13 &
'20th. 1693 SW Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360)
-Madison, Florida (850) 973-2959.
:Perry: Take RT 221 North to CR 360 (SW
-MlosJey Hall Rd) Turn Right, go about 8
:miles on the right. AU691 -COL. RON COX

-:Moving Sale! Everything must go! All
.household items, including furniture. At
803 N. Calhoun St. Friday & Saturday 9
-am 4 pm.
Yrd Sale 120 Highland Dr. Behind RDS. 7
:am-12 pr'Saturday,' Kitchen tables w/4
chairss, home deqor, sweetheart gown, to
iinuch to,mention: Look for signs..
:Yard Sale Saturday 1205 N. Cherry St. 8
ar1. 12.p.m.
J019 .
Friday and Saturday 9289 US 98 W.
'Dresser, chest of drawers, computer table,
Small table' and chairs, wood' rocker,
Christmas decorations and lots more.
10/19 .
'yard Sale Saturday, Oct. 20th from 8 a.m. -
:12 p.m,'Hwy. 27.East just before Foley
:Cutoff Rd. on Dorman Peacock Rd. Name
brand adult and toddler boy/ girl clothes,
shoes, toys, JoJo Halloween costume,
Flousehold items and lots more,
Large Yard Sale, 701 W. Green St.
Saturday 8:00 am until.
Yard Sale Saturday Oct. 20, 8 a.m. -1 p.m.
2904 Henry Gibson Rd. for irecii,.'ri, call
10/19 "
Big Yard Sale household items & clothes.
Mack Sessions Rd., off Hwy. 221, look for
signs. Saturday 8 a.m. until.
Garage Sale, Saturday Oct. 20, 8 a.m.
until dark. Queen bed set,, books, videos,
instruments, computer desk;' exercise
bike, prom dresses, etc. 3339 McDaniel
Rd. 584-3064.
TtIES... WED, THURS.-3:00-5:30. FRIDAY
f2i30-5:30 AND SATURDAY 10:00-3:00.
OSQUARE 584-7770..

PILLOWTOP mattress Queen, brand new
$120! Call today 850-545-7112 (can

100% bonded leather sofa. Very
comfortable & stylish. Brand NEW, never
used. Sugg List. $999, sacrifice $499. Can
deliver (850)545-7112.

Pub/Empire Set 6 piece, solid wood $575
BRAND NEW still in boxes. 850-425-8374.

FOAM mattress set with warranty. Retails
at $1899 MUST move: $750. (850)545-
5 piece Living Room set with 100%
MicroFiber sofa/chair and 3 piece coffee
set $600, ALL NEW in boxes. .DeliveryV'
available. 850-222-7783.
SLEEP MASSAGER, Brand Name, still 'in
box, never used. Retired at $179 will let go
for $99. Call Sandi at 850-222-9879.
Contemporary accent chair. 100%,
LEATHER. Very stylish. Sugg list $699,
sell $399. (850)425-8374.
Furniture Navy Leather Couch & Recliner
$500. Washer & Dryer $125 for the pair,
Full mattress $100, Dell computer and
desk $375. Call 584-3600.
1993 Prowler Camper, good condition, 30
ft. long, bedroom w/double bed. Couch and
table also. make a bed. Heat & air
microwave and stereo. $6,500 Firm. Call

ILOT Quick Track
LUO T Receiver
in the viciity bf- .--
Hwy. 98 and County Rd. 14
Please contact 838-6004 or 584-7841

Mattress Set. Brand new in plastic. Must
move, $400. (850)222-9879
'NEW DARK CHERRY Louis Philip sleigh
bedroom set bed, dresser, mirror, chest,
nightstand. $2400 value, must sell $999.
FOR SALE 10.0 Treadmill $180, 1995
Fleetwood Travel Trailor,,nice inside,
window AC & slide-out, but needs some
repairs, $3995 FIRM, (2k under book
value), serious inquiries only 584-3553 or
838-5297. Also free dogs( 1 black lab
female & 1 mini Aussie male) for info
about dogs call 223-1320.
BEDROOM: 5 piece set still boxed, $499,
can deliver, Brand new! (850)425-8374.


Old Fireplace Brick e*l ** im
-, Gold (scrap) Diamonds ~ Old Comic Books
Coins (silver) & Paper Money Taylor County Memorabilia

Used Furniture
Bedroom Dining Room Living Room Bedding .

Cal Mak 0Suterlnd 85) 54-621s oh -cm~
183W.minS. SOUH OSE PryFL347

:Delivered to your home twice a week...

to the Taco Times & Perry News-Herald
584-5513 Call today!



2 BR $29,990 It

--, ,-- --- 3 BR $39,990 !!!

,0,",, Ax !j _i f '_ I 4 BR $52,990 !!1!

4. .. *5 BR $67,990 !!!!


,. prices above include delivery; set-up,

i AC, skirting, and steps!!!

"*Delivery included up to 50 miles from dealership'"


Taking applications on a furnished 2
bedroom mobile home. very clean, patio
and utility shed. Will accept a very small
child. No pets. 584-4366.

For Rent 1 Bd/1 Bth 2nd story apartment.
Adults Only, no Pets. $600 mth + $300
sec. deposit. Includes utilities. (850)578-
Westgate Hotel Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable, 'AC/
Heater, Everything included. $154 weekly
or $40 daily plus tax. (RV sites also
available) 1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $550
required $45 deposit, $154 weekly or $40
daily plus tax. 317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy,
House For Reni. newly remodeled & new
kitchen & cabinets. 1 Lg. Bed & walk-in
closet and 1 small bed, 1 bath. Hardwood
floors & laundry room. Mature couple no
pets or children. $700 month $500 security
deposit. 584-3600.
For Rent 2 Bd/2 Bth 1 st floor apartment
Adults only, no pets $700 month + $300
set. deposit. Includes utilities. Call 850-
New 1 bed/ 1 bath house in good location.
$500 per month. Call 584-9489.
2 Room Furnished Apartment for Rent. 1 or
2 adults. No children, no pets. Call 584-

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.
3 B/R 2 Bth Mobile home total electric
central H/Awith with washer dryer $550 per
month, plus $250 deposit. Application and
referenceI required. 584-3889.
1!10 "
S2B/R 1 bth mobile home total electric
Central H/A $375 month, plus $250
deposit. Application and reference
required. Call 584-3889.
10/1 ORB
Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
Rental assistance availablle. HUD
vouchers accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC & non-
HC accessible apartments. Office hours
are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Thurs. Call850-
584-811 1. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett Rd,
Perry, Fl, 32347. Equal Housing
Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Seject Group Realty @ 850-584-4401.

How about a new mobile home for as little
as.., $150 bi weekly? Call for details.
Prestige Home Centers in Chiefland. Also
open Sunday 12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or
La idowners, easy financing. No proof of
income required for most cases. Call for
details Prestige Home Centers in
Chliefland. Alsoopen Sunday 12-5 p.m.
3/1 6tfnPH
No down for Landowners! Even if you still
owe, Call us for info. Prestige Home
Centers in Chiefland. Also open Sunday
12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or 800-477-2492.
CLOSE-OUTI!! 2006-2007 models. Call
us now at Prestige Home Centers. 1-800-
For Sale: Perfect Hunting & Fishing MH.
69,000 actual miles, completely gone
through mechanically S4500 o.b.o. Call
9/'1 2tfnBBS

Suwannee River Park Estates 2 adjacent
lots, perfect for camping, small home,
mobile home or investment. 10 minutes
from Suwannee River State Park and
boating/fishing. 12K Steve (850)223-1764.
5.8 acres ml with a well maintained two
story home 3 bedroom 2.5 bath located in
the county. $275,000. Call.Amy Cope Gulf
Breeze Real Estate LLC 850-584-5101.
Home For Sale By Owner. 4247 San Pedro
Rd. 1600 sq.ft. Brick and Vynal Siding
home on 1 acre of land. Brand new metal
roof, 3 bedroom/1 bath. Newly renovated
living & dining room, with a huge
laundry/storage room. Only 13 years old.
$145,000. Home ready to move in. Owner
motivated to sell. 838-4084.
Secluded 16 acres ml located off Ben
Eakins. Lane.' $112,000 Call Amy Cope
Gulf Breeze Real Estate LLC 850-584-


Beautiful 3500 Sq Ft Home on 2 acr
located at 103 Dogwood Way. Plenty
of room for you & your family to spre.
out. Owner may consider lease also
Or, buy this home outright for $280,5i
Contact Debby Howard at S
Sun & Stars Realty
223-1849 or 386-590-0848
tor a private'showing of this home

Immaculate 3BR/ 2 Ba brick home on
acre city lot. .House has been to
renewed with fresh paint, all new carpet
hardwood floors & counter tops, all
appliances in kitchen. Master Bed
walk in closet., The Master bath
double sinks & granite countertop. New
shower covered patio & screened pc
pool w/automatic cleaner & chlorine
Very private and well manicured yard.
shop is wired & yard has well & irrig;
sys. Call 850-584-6512.

For Sale By Owner
5 bd/2 bth 602 N. Jefferson St.,
3 bd/2 bth 113 Lewis Dr.,
.3 bd/1 bth 602 W. Bacon St.
Call 584-4678.
2004 Custom Home on 2.32 acres in
Subdivision 3 or 4 BR/ 4 bath. 2700 s
of living space Hardwood floors, firepi
whirlpool tub and much more! $285
Call 838-5485 for serious inquiries onl

Spacious Home! 3 bedroom 2 bath ho
located in the city 2,200 sq. ft. $110,'
Call Amy Cope Gulf Breeze Real Es
L. 850-584-5101.
For Sale: 2 Acres in Warrior Ci
.Subdivision in Cul de sack. Ask
$30,000. for more information call M
Espich 772-584-2845.

on 1.5 acres... Was $1'39,900. I
$119,000... Seller willing to take loss.
for appointment... 850-672-2141.
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If you're looking to buy or sell Real Es
in, the Taylor County area Call Amy C
Gulf Breeze Real Estate LLC 850-5

Commercial Building for Lease D
town building Brand new. 10 offi
including receptionist area and wa
area. All internet and phone eq
handicap accessible bathroom. Must
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-44
7/12tfnSGR "
acres in Spring Warrior. $89,947..., MU
ACT FAST. Call 850-838-9090.
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Money to be made! Well Establis
business with liquor license on main H
Call Amy Cope Gulf Breeze Real Es
LLC 850-584-5101



For Sale By Owner Near Keaton Beach
2,305 sq. ft. 2004 DWMH on 1.25+ acres, 4
bedroom, 2,5 bath, central heat/air, 3
decks, skirting, gutters, 2 car garage, boat
shelter, heated in ground pool, fenced
back yard, gravel driveway, 2 wells, septic
tank, sprinkler system, water softener.
REDUCED $155,000, call 850-578-3094
for apt.
Yates Creek Landing (Fiddler's Way)
acre lot. Wooded. $25,000. 770-841-8023.
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.

Short Order Cook Needed. Call 850-578-
2164 to apply.

Martin Electronics, Inc. is currently
accepting applications for a Technician
(Electronics). This is a temporary position
for a period of 3-6 months. Basic
electronics, electronic test equipment,
read and understand schematic diagrams,
make various types of connections,.
lbqP, ri connections Heav

Full Charge Bookkeeper Monday thru
Friday, 8 am 5 pm. Must be
knowledgeable in bookkeeping; payroll
taxes; sales tax; federal and state income
taxation. Must be computer literate. Salary
dependent on work experience. 24 paid
days off, retirement benefits, excellent
working conditions. Send resume to P.O.
Drawer 570, Madison, FL 32341-0570.

Lafayette Health Care Center is seeking a
R.N./Unit Manager with experience in long-
term or sub-acute care and leadership
qualities. Routinely scheduled for Monday
through Friday 9a-6p. Involves rotation of
on-call nurse. Also, seeking an energetic
and experienced L.P.N. for the 10Op-6a shift
full-time. Please contact Holly Reed,
Director of Nursing for information @

Technical Field Representative seeking a
dedicated individual with leadership skills.
Travel up to 75% required. Background in
construction or engineering. Must be able
to operate general construction equipment.
Be able to write reports upon completion of
jobs. Wage/ Salary Range: 160-300/Day.
Please send your resume to Big Top
Manufacturing. 3255 N. US 19, Perry, FL
32347 or email to Big Top is
EOE & Drug-free workplace.

lifting may be required. Good math skills; TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
algebra and trigonometry. Understanding COMMISSIONERS
of PLC input/output wiring, proximity and EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
fiber optic switches, pneumatic devices. Engineer FT $50,024 $56,305 DOQ
Must be able to wear all applicable ppe. Firefighter/EMT -$10.78 hr.
Must be able to work in all weather Road Mte. Technician (RMT) $8.04 hr.
.71 conditions. Competitive benefits. All Part Time Airport Manager $11.88 -
tally applicants are subject to pre-employment $13.37
drug screening and a background check Job descriptions and applications can be,
nea by BATF. Bring picture ID and Social obtained from or
has Security card or Birth Certificate and apply Applications must
wv tile mart parkingmplot on Wednesdays. be submitted to Employment Connections
orch, AAE/EEO n ednesdays. by mail to 200 W. Base Street, Madison,
ator. 19-10/24MEI Fl 32340; faxed to 850-073-9757; emailed
The 10/19-10/24ME to bains@nfwdb.orq submitted on-line at
nation; delivered to
The Boys & Girls Club has the following Susan at 502 N. Center Street, Perry, FL
positions available for hire: Please see our 32347 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8
web-site for more information: a.m. 2 p.m. or delivered to One Stop Mobile Unit located in the Kmart Parking
Resource Development Director- Taylor Lot o Wednesdays 8 a.m. 5 p.m.
and Suwannee County Positions are open until filled. Taylor
S $ 7,00q-5,0 g0O/yearw~gle.jt.ft ount Board of County Commissioners-
.d losing 10/30/2007r an EOE, 'JP, DT, b'ckgbuhd'igcl ..c .
Part-time Program Aides- Perry and Live employer.
Oak 10/1BCC
Clark $7.25.- $10.00/hr.
q., ft. Closing 10/30/2007
lace, Area Director Live Oak Help wanted Badcdcks & More. Set up and
,000 $24,500- $30,000 /year w/benefits delivery. Must be 21 yrs old. License and
y. Closing 10/30/2007 good driving record required. No phone
Please e-mail resumes to call! Apply in person,1225 S. Jefferson St. We will only 3/30tfnBC
ome accept resumes via e-mail for the full time Martin Electronics, Inc. is currently
000. positions. Part-time applications can be accepting .applications for assemblers
tate faxed to 850-838-9033. machine operators, and a tool crib
10/5-1.0/26 . '.. attendant (computer proficiency.required).
S" Competitive benefits. All applicants are








Sunday, Oct. 21

1-3 pm

376 N. Ellison St.
Home & Lot to be sold at
Absolute Auction
No Reserve
On Oct. 27, 2007

Affiliated Auctions & Realty

Avon Reps Needed! How.would you like to
be your own boss? Start your own
business. I can show you how, $10 start-
up kit. Call BJ Today! 850-584-6289 or

subject to pre-employment drug screening
and a background check by BATF. Bring
picture ID and Social Security card or Birth
Certificate and apply at the, Employ
Florida Mobile Unit in the K-mart parking
lot on Wednesdays. AAE/EEO/VP



Full-time *Part-time PRN positions available

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

COOK (fulltime) Dietary Aides

Housekeeping Full-Time 11 pm-7 am

Call Cheryl Ellis 850-584-6334

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308 Glenridge Road
4 BR/2 BA home, 2,538 sq. ft. with pool

Call Vivian Sheffield, Lic. Real Estate Broker, 584-9766

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



Marshall Healthcare




B-5 Perry News-Herald October 19-20, 2007


Florida Network of CHildren's Advocacy
Centers, a statewide membership
organization, is seeking a CEO for office
in Tallahassee. A minimum of a
Bachelor's degree is needed and 4 years
of administrative/supervisory experience.
We are seeking a person that can work
independently and is highly motivated.
Must be a self starter and able to
accomplish goals with small staff. Must be
able to multitask. Experience working with
legislative issues and proposals
preferredas well as experience interacting
with state agencies. The person. is
responsible for the day to day running of
the Network, annually organizing a
national conference, responsible for
administrating contracts. Excellent verbal
and written communication skills a must.
Salary is negotiable.. Please send resume
and salary requirements to Jill Turner,
3900 Broadway, Suite B-1, Fort Myers. FL
33901. /

The City of Perry .
is hiring for the following

Wastewater Treatment
Plant Operator
Req: Must have a valid Florida
Drivers License and possess a
minimum of a Class "C" Wastewater
Treatment Plant Operator Certificate
as issued by the State of Florida or
be able to obtain one within two years
of employment.
Salary Range: $14.20-$18.13
Applications are available:
Online: Applications and job
Descriptions are available at '
(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
Fax: (850) 973-9757
Employment Connections Mobile Unit
Wednesday's from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm in the
Kmart parking lot (1809 S Byron Butler Pkwy.).
Employment Connections Madison Office
Located at 200 W. Base St. Madison, FL 32340
uMtiG Fr W''kO! LCE
The Jefferson County Road Department is
accepting applications for a full-time Tire
repair/Equipment PM Specialist.
Candidate-,muihayg i va highiosol
education or equivalent, posses aCDL-A
or B drivers license, 2-5 years experience
in the fields of mechanics, heavy
equipment tire repair, or. equipment
preventative maintenance. Duties will
include greasing equipment, fueling, field
tire repair, assisting mechanics when
needed. Candidates must submit a county
application, resume, references, and a-
copy of their current driving record from
DMV. Driving record must be clear of any
moving violations for last 2 years. Salary
range is $9.79 to $14.68. Deadline for
applications is October 31,2007. Previous
applicants need not re-apply. Call 850-
997-2036 for further information.

Small Ads

Big Deals
Only $5.00 for 25 words or less!
10 per word after 25

For Sale 2005 Chevy 2wd, Great
Condition. 25,000 miles. S12,200 neg.
Call (850)584-2149 leave message.
2004 Chevrolet Colorado Z71 crew cab,
fully loaded 36,500 miles, spray-in bed
liner and fiberglass cap. $15,000 Call 584-
7032 or 838-6169. Ask for Steve.
2 Jeeps For Sale 1948 Willys Jeep
doesn't run have all parts and a 1947
Willys Jeepster hasn't run in 5 years. Both
have flat head 4 cyl. S600 for both will
deliver. 838-2863.
The Citizens State Bank is now accepting
bids for the following vessel, 1984 Proline
twin console with serial number
PL104510M84D equipped with a 115 HP'
Suzuki outboard and trailer. The vessel
can be inspected at Big Bend Marine,
3482 Highway 19 S., Perry, Florida 32348.
The vessel will be sold AS-IS NO
WARRANTY to the highest or best-bid.
Bids may be submitted to Citizens State
Bank, REPO BOAT BID, 2000 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy., Perry, Florida 32348. Bids
will be accepted through October 31, 2007.
The Citizens.State Bank reserves the right
to reject any and all Bids,
2001 Blue Honda CRV-LX Excellent
condition, Remote entry key, CD & audio
tape player, cargo cover and cargo mat.
99,000 miles &9,500 850-584-2245 after
'99' Tahoe LT 4x4 Leather, heated seats,
tow, Gold w/tan interior. 140k mile's.
Asking $7500 OBO. Call 838-2755.
'04' Chevy Z-71 4x4 LS Ext. Cab 4 dr,
silver w/gray interior, 90k miles. Asking
$18,500 OBO 838-2755.
1984 Plymouth Station Wagon. Low
mileage, Excellent Condition. Auto, 4
cylinder. $1,000. Call 672-0952
The Citizens State Bank is now accepting
bids for the following vehicle, 1998 Ford
Explorer with vehicle identification number
1FMYU22X3WUC79504. The vehicle can
be inspected at Timberland Ford, 2441 S.
Byron Butler Pkwy., Perry, Florida 32348.
The vehicle will be sold AS-IS NO
WARRANTY to the highest or best bid.
Bids may be submitted to Citizens State
Bank, REPO BID, 2000 'S. Byron Butler
Pkwy., Perry, Florida 32348. Bids will be
accepted through October 31, 2007. The
Citizens State Bank reserves the right to
.reject any and all Bids.
For Sale: 83' Bronco 4x4 mud truck, Sky
Jacker Lift, 39.50 Swamper $2,500 OBO.
Call 584-8460.
1999 Montero Sport Mitsubishi $4,000.
Call 584-4257 or 838-7998.
10/19 -
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buckeyee Communtry Federal Credit lUnion
is offering for sale a 2006 21 foot Keywest
Boat, 2006 Yahama 150 HP outboard
motor, 2006 Performance Trailer with
Bimini Top will be.sold on "as is" basis for
$22,000.00 and may be inspected at the
Credit Union Monday thru Friday from 8:30
am until 4:30 pm..
2002 Harley Davidson Sportster 1200 cc
custom, very low mileage, all chrome
w/crash guards, garage kept. $7,500. 850-
B IS. R9_

'78 Wellcraft 20ft. w/new transum 2000 low
hours 125 mercury. $4,000 Call Jay at

12.6 Ft. Airboat full rigging, props, no
motor set up for S.B. Chevy-$2500.
Connex 3300 H.P; CB radio, antenna-
$200, Powermate 4000 generator $200.
Call 584-8235,.

Seeking RN with experience in long term or sub-acute care
who possesses leadership qualities.
Routine hours are Monday-Friday 9 am 6 pm.
Warm and friendly work environment. Competitive wages.

Contact Holly Reed, Director of Nursing

Lafayette Health Care Center
512 W. Main St. Mayo, FL 386-294-3300



Managers, Assistant Managers
& Customer Sales Associates
Looking for highly-motivated employees for the
convenient store business for multiple areas.
ALL positions, ALL shifts. Offering a competitive
salary, weekly pay, vacation, paid holidays,
bonus and 401K Plan.

Please fax resume to Kim at 352-333-1161 or call
her at 352-494-7550 or 352-333-3011, ext. 42
for more information.

FOUND Male Golden Retriever near
Kelly Grade on Beach Rd. Saturday, Oct.
13. Call 843-0021.
10/17-10/19 "'V
FOUND Small dog found on6industrial
Park Dr. Call 584-4705.

FOUND Set of Ford keysboutside of
Johnson's Bakery. Call 584-5513 and ask
for Sarah to describe and claim'.
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Early Bird

6 p.m.
7 p.m.


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

Morgan's Tree Service and Debris
Removal. Free estimates. Call 352-498-
7844 or 850-672-0709.
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
Bush hogging, Grading and Tree Removal,
Call Bill at 578-2379.
Piano Lessons call Lacretia McDonald
584-9290 or 838-5041. -
'House Cleaning
(Reference's Available)
Dependable & Reliable Services
Reasonable rates for:
Weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, and one-time
Call Dena for quote.
584-5692 or 843-0407
Free Estimates!!!
Call Billy Blue at
672-0955 or 838-1307
A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree -rmming,' rermuvai
dump truck service, harrowing, burri hog
mowing, rake work, dirt leveling and
complete lawn service. Call 584-6737.

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

AW- Share's
Carpet, Tile and Grout
Cleaning and Sealing
Call 850-838-2805 or

Mobile Home Trailer Demolition, Removal
and Repair, Call Morgan's Tree Service for
more information and a free estimate. 850-
672-0709 or 352-498-7844.
Qlay 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
Thia 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#
838-6077.25 years.

Installation and repairs done at a good
price. No overhead. Direct savings to you.
34 years experience. 850-838-9050.
Please leave message.
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850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales

Hi Taylor County, leaves a
taking over your yard? Givi
free estimates. We are
insured, Chad H. Dees Lawr



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Buckeye Community Federal Credit
Union will be accepting proposals for
landscape maintenance. Proposals will
be accepted through 4:00pm, October
19th. A description of the expected
maintenance services is available at the
credit union from 8:00am to 5:00pm
Monday through Friday. Maintenance
services ore to begin on November 1,

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licensed and In the Circuit Court, Third Judicial Circuit in
n Care St 850- and for Taylor County, Florida
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Successor Trustees of the James
Edmund Corry, Sr., Revocable Trust
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NG Plaintiffs,
W.Y. Hunter and Dellar Hunter,- his wife, if
RY a olive, and if dead their unknown
E spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees,
EANING creditors, and oil other parties claiming
k by, through, under, or against them; and
all unknown natural persons if alive, and
If dead or not known to be dead or
Si alive, their several and respective
unknown spouses, heirs devisees,
grantees, and creditors, or other parties
claiming by through, or under those
unknown natural persons; and the
several and respective unknown
.K assigns, successors in Interest, trustees,
Sf or any other person claiming by,
-, through, under, or against any
corporation or other legal entity named
as a defendant; and all claimants,
persons or parties, natural or corporate,
or whose exact legal status is unknown,
Claiming under any of the aoove
named or described defendants or
/' parties or claiming to have any right,
title, or Interest in the property hereafter
y expanding described,
n tremendous, Defendants,

income from home, Training available 24/7
and you will also have a personal mentor.
Our products are high-demand-products'
and our company is an Inc. 500 company,
Our proven system brings the customer to
you. We offer state-of-the-artr ir and water.
purification products that are unequaled.
Five million already in use with a 98%
customer satisfaction, Eliminates
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I will even arrange for you to personally'
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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.,

I, Eddie W. Hunter Jr., will no longer be'
responsible for any debts other than my'
own effective October 17, 2007.



Swann Bonding Agencyi
"Where Everyday Is Springtime"
107 N.
.Jefferson St. 584- 2757

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Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
1 305 Puckett RoadcL

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Facility Maintenance Position
open with Lance, Inc.
Must have a minimum of two years of residential
construction experience. Skills must include plumbing,
basic electrical, skilled carpenter,
hang and finish sheet rock. Must be
able to lay floor tile, set doors, install
C countertops. Must have
some Masonry experience.

All applications are accepted at the
Job Service of Perry Mobile Unit on
Wednesday in the Kmart parking lot.

Don't miss a single

event of the

52nd Florida

Forest Festival

Check out the Taco Times &

Perry News-Herald for up-to-date coverage.

Kids' Parade
Gaslight Antique Car Parade
Arts and Crafts Show
King Tree Parade
World's Largest Free Fish Fry
Lumber Jack Show



$35 (in county) or $49 (out of county)
P.O. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348

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F/eaCeltta 6a, center

Seeking responsible person with good assessment skills
and a positive approach to people. Person to assist with
some weekend, vacation replacement,
and call-in coverage. Friendly working atmosphere.

Contact Holly Reed, Director of Nursing

Lafayette Health Care Center
512 W. Main St. Mayo, FL 386-294-3300



To: W.Y Hunter and Dellor Hunter
Address Unknown
You are notified that an action to quiet
title to real property on the following
property In Taylor County, Florida:
Begin at a point 504 feet South of the
Northwest corner of the Southeast
Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of
Section 23, Township 4 South; Range 7
East, thence run North 82 feet, thence
run East 166 feet to a point, thence run
North 128 feet, thence run East 141 feet,
thence run South 210 feet, thegce run
West 307 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Also described as:
Commence at the Southwest corner of
Lot 4, Block F, Perry Park Subdivision and
run South 00 degrees 26 minutes 43
.seconds West, along the forty line
128.00 feet to the Point of Beginning;
thence from said Point of Beginning, run
South 89 degrees 33 minutes 17
seconds East, 166.00 feet; thence North
00 degrees 26 minutes 43 seconds East
128.00 feet; thence South 89 degrees 33
minutes 17 seconds East 141.00 feet;
thence South 00 degrees 26 minutes 43
seconds West 210.00 feet; thence North
89 degrees 33 minutes 17 seconds West
307.00 feet to the forty line; thence North
00 degrees 26 minutes 43 seconds East
along said forty line, 82.00 feet to the
Point of Beginning. Said parcel Is located
in the Southeast 1/4 of Northeast 1/4 of
Section 22, Township 4 South, Range 7
East, Taylor County, Florida.
Has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on John Weed
P.A., the plaintiff's attorney, whose
address Is 605 South Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida, 32347 on or before
November 21, 2007 and file the original
with the clerk of this court either before
service on the plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered for
the relief demanded in the complaint or
Dated this' 15th day of October, 2007.
Annie Mae Murphy
As Clerk of Circuit Court
By Marti Lavalle
As Deputy Clerk
10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9



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