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r News-Herald17, 2007


Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889


News Forum


A'

OELAY
FOR LIFE


Kick-Off is Monday
The kick-off for the 2008 Relay
Around The World will be Monday,
Nov. 19, at 6 p.m. in the Perry
Woman's Club.
This inaugural event will include a
table decorating contest and also a
competition to see which team has the
most members present. Teams will
contribute two dishes to the
international buffet and an additional
prize will be awarded for the best food
of the evening.
The 2008 Limited Edition "Warriors
in Pink" Ford Mustang will be
displayed with $1 tickets available for a
chance to win.
The community is cordially invited
to attend.

Sunday yard sale benefits
animal shelter
As -part of downtown Perry's
Christmas Open House, a yard sale
will be hosted by Gulf Breeze Real
Estate at its 117 W. Main Street
location Sunday, Nov. 18, with all
proceeds benefiting the Taylor County
Animal Shelter.
The sale will be held from 2-5 p.m.
The funds will help the shelter
purchase additional cat banks, which
are stackable cages for housing
sheltered cats.
If you would like to donate yard sale
.jiAms tohisj..Wrthy cause, they may.
be dropped off at the Gulf Breeze
office anytime between 9 a.m. and 5
p.m. today (Friday) and Saturday.
The shelter is also in need of puppy
food, flea spray, blankets and pet toys;
these items may also be dropped off.
at Gulf Breeze for delivery to the
shelter.
Ann Hodges, owner of Gulf Breeze,
said, "It is our desire to help keep all
the sheltered animals as safe and
comfortable as possible while they are
waiting for. adoption. Your leftover yard
sale items and other contributions can
help accomplish that goal."

West to be honored
Monday
The Taylor County Historical Society
will honor Erdman West on the
occasion of his 90th birthday during its
-Monday, Nov. 19, meeting.
Reet Tanner and Sherwin Odum,
longtime friends of West, will be the
special guest speakers.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. and
everyone is welcome.

Coat & blanket drive
underway
The third' annual local coat and
blanket drive is now underway.
Donations of new and gently used
coats and blankets can be dropped off
at the offices of Thomas Chevrolet.
This year's drive is also expanding
to include non-perishable food items
and toiletries. For more information,
contact Lynn Harper at 843-1872.

oil & Water bard ts
Nov. 26
The Taylor County Soil & Water
Board will meet at the Hampton Inn on
Monday, Nov. 26, at 3 p.m.



The Southeastern Community
Blood Center blood mobile will be at
Marshall Health & Rehabilitation
Center Monday, Nov. 19, from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
Everyone donating blood will
receive a free t-shirt from the blood
bank. Participants are also asked to
bring a canned good contribution for
holiday food baskets which will be
distributed to local families.


School board to mount opposition



Evolution to be taught as 'fact'?


Local school officials are
preparing to mount opposition to a
series of proposed new state
science standards for Florida's
schools in which evolution will be
taught as fact rather than a theory.


Taylor County Superintendent of
Schools Oscar Howard Jr. said
Thursday he expects the district
school board to pass a resolution at
its meeting Tuesday opposing the
new standards.


"I think we need to rally behind
the issue and have it killed,"
Howard said. "It's not what we
believe."
"It's going beyond a theory and
teaching evolution as a fact, and


EDUCATORS




Hall of ame


Evelyn Daniel Mamie Ervin


Some 85 years of service to
the, slidents of Tai1or County
will be honored when three
retires are inducted into the
Educators Hall of Fame.
The selection committee
recently, announced that
teachers' Evelyn Daniel and
Mamie Ervin, as well as bus
driver Willie Hugger, will be
this year's inductees.
The trio will be honored
during a reception Monday,
Dec. 3, from 3:30 until 5 p.m. in
the school board meeting room
at the Administrative Complex.
Daniel,' an English teacher at
Taylor County High School for
many years, was nominated by
Ramona Patrick.
"Every student who entered
Ms. Daniel's class received the
highest level of academic
instruction that was possible,"
Patrick said in her nomination
form.


"She developed writers,
speakers and readers who could
leave her class and ,actively
participate in their lives in such
a way that they exuded
confidence in themselves. My









daughter enjoyed every moment
in contact with Ms. Daniel.
Because of Ms, Daniel's
guidance, Summer was more
able to meet college
requirements. I am deeply
appreciative of her efforts with
my daughter.
"As a colleague, Ms. Daniel


was always a role rhodel of
total professionalism, always
demonstrating what an excellent
teacher should look like, sound
like and act like," Patrick
continued. "Her persona was
and continues to be a standard I
hope to achieve."
Patrick also described how
Daniel went "above and
beyond" her normal job duties.
"Ms. Daniel taught the dual
enrollment classes for high
school seniors who could
benefit from college level
instruction," she said. "She
sponsored the TCHS National
Honor Society. She was mentor
when it met a student's need.
Once her students left TCHS
and entered college, Ms. Daniel
freely offered her assistance
when they were charged with
writing a paper. She provided
".' Please see page 5


that's just not true."
Howard said letters are also
being sent to Rep. Will Kendrick
and Sen. Charles Dean, as well as
Commissioner of Education
Jeanine Blomberg and State


School Board Chairperson T.
Willard Fair opposing the
standards.
The new language is expected to
"- Please see page 5


In January primary



Voters to face



lengthy ballot
"*'


Voters will need to bring their
reading glasses to the polls for
January's presidential preference
election--the two-sided ballot will
be filled with not only a lengthy
proposed constitutional
amendment, but also a proposed
revision of the City of Perry
charter.
Additionally, voters will face a
full slate of presidential candidates
from both political parties. A
fourth issue will address a local
property tax exemption
referendum tied to economic
development.
"2008 is going to be a very busy
election year and we're jumping
right into it with the Presidential
Primary," Supervisor of Elections
Molkl H Lilliott said.
"Not only is there the national


Charter


issue of selecting presidential
nominees, but also a stateI issue
with regard to the property tax
amendment and two local issues
with the property tax exemption
authorization and the proposed
change to the city charter. There
will be just ,a lot for voters to
consider," she said.
S'Wner registration books for the
January primary close Dec. I1 and
Lilliott enlourages everyone to
,, Please see page 8



change


to extend terms?

Should city elections coincide with county elections?
The Perry City Council will hold a special meeting Monday at 6:30 p.m.
to review language which will appear on the Jan. 29 election ballot
regarding a proposed change to the city charter which will address that
very issue.
If city residents authorize the change, it will extend the terms of three
sitting council members up for election in 2008: Mayor Emily Ketring,
Vice-Mayor Alphonso Dowdell and Councilman Sylvester Harris. !
Under the current charter, terms for all three would end in1 July;
however, if the charter change is adopted, the terms 'would be extended --
until the General Election in November.
During the council's regular meeting Tuesday, Supervisor of Elections
Molly H. Lilliott sought clarification on the issue.
"I came and stood here four years ago and asked you to consider
adopting the election guidelines of Florida Statutes so that both city and
county elections could be conducted under the same guidelines. Now here
we are four years later trying to do the same thing. I think now is the time
to bite the bullet and ask voters to bring city elections in-line with the
county--qualifying, early voting...everything," Lilliott said.
"No matter what we do, we still have to take it to the voters and I would
ask that you work with our city attorney (Mike Smith) on the proposed
"* Please see page 3


Steen to retire as NFCC president


During his six-year, tenure as
North Florida Community College
president, Morris G. Steen Jr.
witnessed the ranking of NFCC as
sixth in the nation among
community colleges and led the
college to its first new construction
in 40 years. After many
noteworthy accomplishments at
NFCC, including re-connecting
NFCC to the six-county
community it serves, Steen has
announced he will retire in the
summer of 2008.
Steen was inaugurated into the
presidency April 28, 2002, and
immediately began directing a
total revamping of the college's
programs. The former director of
adult, vocational and continuing
education at NFCC, Steen was


interim president from June 2001
until April 2002, serving after
former president Beverly Grissom
retired.
His appointment was a historical
moment in that he was the first
NFCC alumnus chosen as its
president,.
"I have enjoyed my tenure as
president of North Florida
Community College," Steen said
Nov. 13 after sharing his plans
early that morning with his senior
management team and later that
evening making a formal public
announcement during the NFCC
Board of Directors' meeting. "It
has been a great cap to a wonderful
career of work. I can't think of
anything I would have rather
done."


"We are certainly disappointed
that President Steen won't be able
to continue past the summer of
2008, but at the same time, he has
done a good job," said NFCC
Board Chairman John Maultsby.
"He's worked all his life and will
have time with his family now.
President Steen has assembled a
very strong management team, and
NFCC will be able to look forward
even though he [Steen] won't be
there beyond the summer of 2008."
A leader said to always direct
attention away from himself and
give credit to his staff and faculty
for the college's advancements,
Steen said they are the ones who
have moved NFCC forward. "I
haven't done anything, it was the
management and staff."


When he was inaugurated, he
said in his speech that he believed
NFCC's best days were ahead and
he believed NFCC could make a
difference in the lives of the people
it serves.
Some of the advances which
might indicate Steen's prophecy
has indeed come true include
NFCC being named sixth, in the
nation among community colleges;
the upcoming graduation of the
first registered nurses' class begun
three years ago; the first new
construction in 40 years with the
opening this year of a $6 million
state-of-the-art science building; a
70 percent increase in NFCC land
holdings as NFCC went from 96 to
-.* Please see page 3


Morris Steen Jr.


Paralounge p. B-2


Index

Perry News-Herald
Two sections 18th Year, No. 46
www,perrynewspapers.com


Living ............... A-3
Sports ............... A-4
Religion .............. A-5
Community ........ . .B-1


Entertainment ...
TV listings ......
Looking Back .
Classifieds . . .


......B-2
......B-3
......B-4
. . . .B-6


Weather


Friday
- 640/32


Saturday
70 / 30


Sunday
73 / 43


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A-2 Perry News-Herald November 16-17, 2007


,Parker seeks input

from constituents


Commissioner Rudolph Parker
invites residents of District 4
(Precincts 1, 6 and 7) to a special
town hall meeting to be held
at Boyd Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall Monday, Nov. 19,
at 6:30 p.m.
"This meeting is not intended to
be a political meeting, but rather
an informational overview of the
programs and responsibilities of
the county commission, as well as



1 .


Rudolph Parker


an explanation of two items to be
found on' the ballot on Jan. 29,"
Parker said.
"There will be an opportunity
for anyone to make any comments
or ask questions about any matters
of interest concerning the business
of the county commission. County
Administrator Jack Brown, County
Commission Chairman Malcom
Page and perhaps other members
of the commission will be on hand
to help answer any questions that
may arise. There can, of course, be
no formal business transacted
which requires a vote of the
commission. It is simply a meet
and greet gathering that attempts to
help you better understand the
working of your county
government and tb allow you to
have an opportunity to ask any
questions or offer your input.
"As far as I know, there has
never been a district meeting of
this sort held in this county.
Hopefully this will give everyone a
more informed look at our county
government and give us an
opportunity to stay in touch with
the feelings and needs of the
people of the district," Parker
concluded.


Tax Aide launches drive

for new volunteers in '08
Tax Aide, the nation's largest free tax assistance and preparation
service, is currently seeking volunteers.
Volunteers train and study in January, then prepare taxes from Feb.
1 to April 15.
Taylor County is part of the "successful" District 12 program that
covers three other counties.
For more information, please call Peggy Williams at 584-2690 or e-
mail jfergie.2000@yahoo.com.


MARSHALL HEALTH
& REHAB CENTER
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Full Time Position
Prefer experience in the healthcare field.
Must enjoy working with families, residents, and staff
to promote a positive experience in longterm care.
Organizational and multi-tasking skills required.
Sales and presentation skills preferred.
Must be flexible and enjoy working
as part of our team.
Call Rebekah Hatch, Administrator
850-584-6334

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Taylor County Board of Commissioners
would like to thank the following sponsors
and partners who helped make the
2007 Veteran's Day Luncheon
at Forest Capital Hall a success.


1*MartirrEtectronics


*South House Furniture State Farm Ina Padgett
*Buckeye, Florida Colonel Jack Brown


*Rev. Paul Nawlins


* Conrad Bishops Jr.


1 *Perry/Taylor Chamber Colonel David Ammons
of Commerce Daryll & Dawn Gunter


irdy Gardner,-
Realtor
Keller Williams
Realty


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NOTICE OF

LAND USE CHANGE
Th eeity Council of the City of Perry, Florida, proposes to regulate the use of land within the area shown
in. the map below by amending the text of the City of Perry Comprehensive Plan, hereinafter referred to as
the Comprehensiye Plan, as follows: CPA 07-1,.an application by the City Council, to amend-the text of e
Comprehensive .Plan by adding a Public School Facilities Element to the Comprehensive Plan, by amending.tl
Intergovernmental CoordinationElementof the Comprehensive Plan to add a policy concerning coordination w"i
the School Board and by amending the Capital Improvement Element of the Comprehensive Plan to add'iputi
school facilities level of service standards and to amend the Five-Year Schedule of Capital Improvementgs;.

CITY OF PERRY





The first of two public hearings concerning the c 1
amendment and the first reading of an ordinance
adopting the amendment will be conducted by
.the City Council on November 27,2007 at 6:30
p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can
be heard, in the City Council Meeting Room,
City Hall located at 224 South Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida, The title of said ordinance, reads, :
as follows: ,
ORDINANCE NO. 856
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PERRY,
FLORIDA, RELATING TO AMENDING |
THE TEXT OF THE CITY OF PERRY 0"-o I ,
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, PURSUANT.
TO AN APPLICATION, CPA 07-1,- BY ?
THE CITY COUNCIL, UNDER THE ;
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215, FLORIDA
STATUTES, AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR ADDING A PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES ELEMEN
TO THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AMENDING THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL COORDINATION
ELEMENT OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO ADD A POLICY CONCERNING COORDINATION
WITH THE SCHOOL BOARD AND AMENDING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT ELEMENT OF THE |
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO ADD PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES LEVEL OF SERVICE STANDARDS $
AND TO AMEND THE FIVE-YEAR SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS; PROVIDING "
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE i
DATE
The public hearing is being conducted by the City Council to consider transmittal of the amendment to the
Florida Department of Community Affairs.
The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested party shall be advised that the
date, time and place of any continuation of the public hearing shall be announced during the public hearing and
that no further notice concerning the matter will be published.
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested persons may appear and be heard with respect to the t
amendment and the ordinance adopting the amendment on the date, time and place as stated above.
Copies of the amendment and the ordinance adopting the amendment are available for public inspection at
the Office of the City Manager, City Hall, located at 224 South Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida, during regular
business hours. .
All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decisions made at this public hearing, they wilf[
need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be. based.


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A-3 Perry News-Herald November 16-17 2007


Will expand nationally if needed


,Search for new president


-starts with local candidates


ISTEEN
I#ontinued from page 1
f163 acres; and the enactment of the
first 20-year facilities master plan
tn 2003 which led to securing
$22.2 million in public renovation
t nd construction funds to make
thbse plans possible.
"I'm a product of this campus,"
r$teen said of NFCC.
A retired Navy captain and pilot
"who served two combat tours of
"ity, in Vietnam and a former
commanding officer of the Naval
Air Station,. Steen grew up in the
Moseley Hall and Shady Grove

Charter change
could save city
Up to $15,000
CHARTER
A 6ntinued from page 1
'nguage for the change so we can
t it on the January ballot,"
Mayor Ketringsaid.
--t'ity Manager Bob Brown
'.reminded the council that the
overall goal of changing city
Elections to mirror county
".(ecions is "saving dollars. We
-WOnt to be able to have our
actionss when the county does,
. which will save us from having to
ar the entire cost of a special
election. Our- savings should be,
.q servatively, $10,000 to
$Sr5,000 per election year."
-.,Contacted Thursday, Deputy
Supervisor of Elections Dana
obutherland said both she and
J(lliott had met with Smith, who
*as working on a final draft to
present to the city council
_-day.
lotss are slated to be sent to
e-printer Wednesday.


area of North Florida, attended
high school in Perry and then
NFCC. Ten years ago, he was hired
at NFCC and later was named
president.
"I am fortunate to come back
here," he said of his association
with NFCC. "This college changed
my life as a youngster."
Steen and his wife, the former
Judy Gillfam of Norfolk, Va.,
reside in Shady Grove. They have
three adult children, Hayne, Heath
and Brittany.
A quiet, unpretentious man with
an uncanny sense of humor, Steen
plans to enjoy his small farm and
said ideally his retirement from the
college would be quiet with no


fanfare so he can ride off into the
sunset on his tractor.
Steen had been in discussions
with Maultsby and the board about
his impending retirement plans. He
intends to continue in his role of
president until the NFCC
Presidential Search Committee
selects his replacement. Maultsby
said he gave the board a list of
possible committee members at the
Nov. 13 board meeting and a scope
of the search will be set at the next
board meeting Jan. 15.
"It was proposed at the board
meeting that we limit the search to
the six-county area," Maultsby
said. "If that doesn't produce a
candidate, then we'll go national."


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A-4 Perry News-Herald November 16-17, 2007


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-Christmas tour stops at new

:Everett home on Dogwood Way


',. Guests on this year's Christmas Tour of Homes will be greeted at the
jiront, leaded glass doors of the new home of Danny and Toni Everett,
allocated at 101 Dogwood Way.
"Danny and Toni designed the home with a large, open area combining
the kitchen and family room which makes it perfect for eniertauming," jid
Iris Parker, one of the co-chairs for this year's tour, annually sponsored b.
the Perry Woman's Club.
"The family room has a large, wood-burning fireplace and a big screen
t.v. The kitchen is designed with granite counter tops and a marble island,
as well as a stone floor, custom cabinets and stainless steel appliances "
The Everett home features three bedrooms, \\o and a half bathrooms.
."The master bath has a Jacuzzi in a raised stone platform. surrounded by
a stone floor," said Parker. A Jack-and-Jill bathroom series the other t1i o
bedrooms.
The back of the home has an enclosed screen porch for entertaining and
looks out upon a site which will be left as a natural %% ooded area.
Tickets for this year's tour are $10 and can be purchased at Burns
Monument Company (584-8106), Cox Electronics Radio Shack i5S-1-
5145), Sisters' Mercantile (838-2021) or from an% member of the Perri
2 Woman's Club. The tour begins ai1 p.m. and concludes at 5.

I Legal services, Naiona

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I low incomes -


Three Rivers Legal Services
wants Taylor C6untians to know
that it is available to offer free
*civil legal services to low-income
and other eligible citizens.
Representatives of the agency
will be at the Taylor County Public
Library on Monday, Nov. 26, at 11
a.m. Assistance will be provided
until 1 p.m.
Please call 1-800-495-0039 if
you are interested in scheduling an
appointment.
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landlord and tenant disputes;
foreclosure proceedings; Social
Security issues and Living and
legal will execution.
Three Rivers' can also assis
citizens with matters, regarding
unfair sales practices; contracts
and their obligations; Medicare
and Medicaid.
Family law assistance is offered-
on a limited basis. "We hope
residents in Taylor County will
take advantage of this opportunity
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A-5 Perry News-Herald November 16-17, 2007


On evolution issue


Parents urged to contact state officials


EVOLUTION
Continued from page 1
come before the state board in
January.
At the heart of the controversy is
how evolution is handled.
Currently, Florida's science
standards do not even mention the
word evolution. Instead, the
standards require students in
grades 9-12 to understand "the
mechanism of change (e.g.,
mutation and natural selection)
that leads to adaptations in a
species and their ability to survive
naturally in changing conditions
and to increase species
diversity."
The new ninth to 12th grade
standards however, have an entire
subsection on "evolution and
diversity," which includes 14
benchmarks that must be taught to
students..
"Evolution is the fundamental
concept underlying all of biology


and is supported by multiple forms
of scientific evidence," the
standards state. "Organisms are
classified based on their
evolutionary history. Natural
evolution is the primary
mechanism leading to evolutionary
change."
Also, for seventh graders, one of
the benchmarks will be for
students to "recognize and describe
that fossil evidence is consistent
with the idea that human beings
evolved from earlier species."
The new standards, which will
completely overhaul the science
curriculum across the state .for
kindergarten through 12th grade
students were, in part, prompted by
a 2005-report from the Thomas B.
Fordham Institute, which gave the
current standards an "F" grade.
Florida was one of 15 states
given a failing grade by the
foundation.
"The current documents are
reasonably well organized, but


sorely lacking in content," the
report said, describing Florida's
standards.
"Life sciences and evolution are
given shorter shrift than any of the
others. The E-word is sedulously
avoided.
"There is little in the way of
useful guidance for teachers or
others toward appropriate content
in the biological sciences and
especially in the history of life
and the basic mechanisms of
change.
"The superficiality of the
treatment of evolutionary biology
alone justifies the grade 'F,' but
there is in any case scant
mitigation in those documents."
In all, the foundation gave
. Florida a score of 48 out of 100.
The state's handling of
evolution, however, was not the
only cause for the low score, with
the foundation calling the
standards in other scientific
disciplines "naive" or "scanty,"


while stating "most benchmark
statements are at a low-level and
tend toward safe ambiguity."
The state board of education
appointed a 45-member committee
to examine and re-tool the
standards. It published the
proposed language in October.
The board held a pair of public
hearings on the issue, one in
Tallahassee earlier this month and
one in Tampa on Thursday.
Members of the public, however,
can still make comments on the
standards online. The full text Of
the standards is available "t
www.flstandards.org.
Visitors can rate the standards
and make comments on specific
issues.
Public comments will be
collected through Friday, Dec. 14.
Howard suggests parents with
concerns should also contact their
state officials and, send letters to
Commissioner Blomberg as well
as Chairperson Fair.


Just in time for Christmas...
.' Taylor County Historical Society President Wanda Cash
reminds residents that the 17th installment of the "They
'Were Here" series will make great gifts for the holidays.
Copies are available at the historical society, which is open
veryy Thursday afternoon from 1-5 p.m. Copies are also
:available at the offices of Perry Newspapers, Inc.


(Hugger recognized


ifor 'always going


the extra mile'


JiALL OF FAME
Continued from page 1
firm guidance to mold young
"people into better individuals.
"Describing her contributions is
"-.iif.ll. o-oeaoise- words are.. -not
b eough. There is so much to who
7 she is and what she does, my
w: ords seem inadequate. Evelyn
Daniel is Evelyn Daniel. By
-. knowing her, you are a better
person. i
"There is a saying that a good
teacher tells, an excellent teacher
d demonstrates but the highest
quality teacher inspires. Ms.
Dpaniel did that--she inspires
everyone. She even participated in
teacher talent shows, once in a
'Just; a Swvingin' skit. By
participating' in these types of
activities, she demonstrated that
teaching was more than
instruction," Patrick said.
!E "Ms. Daniel is dedicated to the
teaching profession. She continues
5 to"be' a guiding force even though
she has retired. Those who worked
with her saw dedication in the way
she walked down the hall,
delivered her lessons, attended
Faculty meetings, dressed, the
manner in which ,she spoke to
students and adults, and in
;:maintenance of her high school
academic and social standards for
students. Students knew they were
-in: the presence of someone who
Swuld .make a difference in their
education processes because she
V: cared so deeply, about them and
their future," she said.
S "I have lived in Taylor County
j for 18 years. I have never heard a
person speak anything but the
11tmost respect for Ms. Daniel. She
iz s respected because she walks the
talk. Every year, at this nomination
: time, I wondered when it would be
VAs. Daniel's turn. This year, I
.5 wanted to make it her turn. She
'.' deserves the respect and she needs
.: to know she has the respect of the
entire county by being placed in
the Educators Hall of Fame.
"Her influence is beyond
,:, measure, but not beyond what
students carry with them for. the
rest of their lives. I know what she
has meant to my daughter, to me as
a parent and to me as a colleague,"
-Patrick said.
Ervin taught students for 34
..years at Jerkins and Perry Primary
. School.
She was nominated by Suzanne
. Bassett, Susan Dyal and Patsy
- Slaughter.
"Mamie worked -hard to make
every child successful both
academically and behaviorally," -
the trio of nominators said on their
form.
"Mamie tutored children at her
home. After she retired, she came
back to PPS to help a new teacher
make it through the first few days


of teaching kindergarten. She has
given her time during retirement to
help teachers get their classrooms
ready for school to start. Also, after.
she retired, the principal of Perry
Elementary called her to lei her
know how badly he needed a
music teacher. Mamie taught
music to third, fourth and fifth
grade students because of her love
for children and music. Mamie
busied herself attending to the
needs of students by gathering
clothes, food and providing
transportation to needed
appointments.
"Mamie came to school every
day ready to teach, willing to
tackle challenges--academic or
behavioral. She would always find
a way to reach and teach the
sometimes unreachable child.
Mamie was firm, but truly loved
her students and teaching. The
compassion she had for her
students and their families
strengthened the relationship
between the community and the
school.
"Mamie was always willing to,
help new teachers. She would
share ideas, songs, stories and
experiences that would help with
any problems that would come up
in the classroom. She was always
willing to listen and show her
support for other teachers as well
as parents."
Ervin was also nominated by
PPS Principal George Clayton.
'"She motivated students and
gave them a foundation to be
successful learners," he said.
"She reported to work early,
stayed late and worked at home to
ensure that her students mastered
the skills. She was a devoted
teacher and was able to work with
her colleagues," he continued.
"She was instrumental 'in
establishing positive relationships
between co-workers. With the
history of being a firm and caring
teacher, parents were honored for
her to teach their children."
Hugger, who served as a bus
driver in Taylor County for 29
years, was nominated by
Superintendent of Schools Oscar
Howard Jr.
"He could always be counted on
to go the extra mile," Howard said
in his nomination form. "He
volunteered to help out whether it
was an emergency situation or not.
He worked beyond the work day
willingly, and had an outstanding
safety record. Mr. Hugger was
always pleasant and worked with
both students and parents in a
professional and 'competent
manner. He had excellent
relationships with children,
understanding how to
communicate with them and their
parents. He set an excellent
example of kindness and
patience."


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BY PAT MCGRIFF
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Trout fishing was grand while
- the w-i-n-d was blowing and tough
while it- was slick.
I scouted Friday and had my five
trout and threw back three over 20(
inches to boot. I landed eleven reds
and caught fish on Bite-A-Bait
fighters the new MirrOlure
MirrOlip and-on live shrimp.under
Cajuns.
My charter Saturday, Leigh and
-:-John Turner of Cartcrsville, Ga..
.had seven trout with three over 23
: inches long and one 4.5 pounder.
We brought in 3 reds but caught
over twenty more, as John told me
"All I want is to see Leigh (his
wife) land a redfish."
She caught 24 reds while he
landed about seven. Moral of this
story' Be careful what you wish
for. Our fish came from 3- 4 feet
of water with live shrimp and
pinfish.
I took Joyce out Sunday and she
caught 20 reds and landed five
trout with three over 20 inches we
threw back. She also caught her
first bluefish (four pounds) and her
first flounder. We fished less than
three hours. She fished with live
shrimp under Cajuns!
Peggy.and Richard Romine of
Lake City had eight trout Saturday
.and one red. Sunday, they had their
limit of trout and reds, and one
flounder, using live shrimp under
Cajuns.
Forest and Carol Wright, also of
Lake City, had their limit of trout
on Sunday while fishing in four
feet of water with live pinfish and


shrimp under Cajuns.
itere's a report from Peng and
Calvin Chee of Tifton. Ga. "We
went out on David Bosch's boat
(of Tifton, Ga.) for a day of cork
slinging. We splashed the boat at
around 9 a.m. and saw Capt.
McGriff buying shrimp at the
marina.....hmmmm, maybe we
will have a tough time catching
pinfish.
"We spent more than an hour
running around with out any
success finding bait but got very
lucky as a big school of bait (a
mixture of pinfish and pigfish)
swam by the boat aid with one
well-placed toss of my 7-foot cast
net, we took care of the bait for
the day.
"With bait in the livewell and
nearing high tide, we ran into a
nearby creek mouth and started
catching fish. Calvin was the first
to hook up (not counting all the-
lizard fish David caught earlier the
day). Most fish were caught in
2.5-3 foot of water and the
afternoon/out-going-tide bite was
more productive. We ended up
with 12 trout caught on live pigs
and pins under Cajuns."
Offshore Report: George
Sumner Jr, and Darrell Wiggins of
Valdosta, Ga., had their 10
grouper, two kings, one A.J. and
30 "Ruby Lips" (pink mouth
grunts, also know as Key West
grunt, aka White grunt.) "Ruby
lips" are actually Tomtate grunts
mostly used for bait.
. They trolled up some of the
grouper, but caught most of the
fish up-and-down on dead bait.


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'Dogs open 07-081


basketball season


The Taylor County High boys
basketball team was slated to open
the 2007-2008 season Thursday in
the Bronson High School Tip-Off
Classic.
The Bulldogs were scheduled to
take on Chiefland Thursday
evening at 6 p.m. and host
Bronson Friday night at 7:30.
Madison is also participating in
the tournament.
Taylor County will. open its
regular season Monday at
Tallahassee-Lincoln. The 'Dogs
will host Bell High School on
Saturday, Nov.. 24, in their home
opener. The jayvee squad will tip-
off at 6 p.m. followed by the


OUR STAND


varsity at 7 p.m.
Coach Ed Harvey said 48
potential players recently tried out
for both the jayvee and varsity
squads.
Among those are five seniors
including Greg Sneed, Greg
Flowers, Dwayne Beasley, Derek
Miller and Timmy Miller.
The Bulldogs have a 25-game
schedule this season including. 13
home games.
Taylor County will play in a
district that includes Florida High,
Hamilton County and Madison
County. Hamilton County will
host the District 3-3A Tournament
Feb. 8 and 9.


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A-7 Perry News-Herald November 16-17, 2007


Need a winter coat, sweater?


Winter clothes give-away planned
Potter's House Ministries is planning a clothes give-away on Saturday,
Dec. 1, from 8 a.m. until 11:30, providing winter clothes and sweaters to
those in need. Thismission outreach will be conducted at the church, on
the corner of Byron Butler Parkway and Woods Creek Road.

Chicken, fish dinners for sale
St. Peter's Primitive Baptist Church will sell dinners this Saturday, Nov.
17, at .11 a.m. featuring collard greens, peas, potato salad, slaw, rice and
corn with chicken and fish. Dinners are $6. A bake sale will also be held
inside the kitchen. To place your order, please call 584-4346.


Men's Ministry plans 'sleepover' Friday
The Men's Ministry of New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church will hold
a "sleepover" today, Nov. 16. All participants are urged to be at the church
no later than 6:30 p.m. Parents are reminded that children should be
picked up by 10 a.m. on Nov. 17 at Stewart Memorial.

Northside celebrates Homecoming
Bishop Doyle Williams of Lake City will be the special guest speaker for
Homecoming services at Northside Church of God on Sunday, Nov. 18.
Following the service, a covered dish lunch will be shared in the
fellowship hall. A warm welcome is extended to all..


Obituaries ..


Donald Edwin Howell
Donald Edwin Howell, 78, died
Nov. 10, 2007, at his home in
Stinhatchee, following -an
extnded illness and six days after
an "auto accident.
Mr. Howell was retired from the
Arny 'Air Corps and U.S. Navy,
with 22 years of service. He had
been stationed on the, Lake
Champlain, Ticonderoga,
Rnnse.vlt (.nral Sea


Tenn., with his wife Elaine for
seven years and for 23 years in
Steinhatchee.
He was a member of several
organizations including: Shamrock
Masonic Lodge, where he was
Worshipful Master three times and
District Deputy Grand Master for
the 8th District in 2005 and 2006;
the Dixie Shrine Club in Cross
City, where he held many offices
as well as president; a past member
of the Suwannee River Shrine
Club; commander of the
Steinhatchee Joe D. White
American Legion Post 291 for
several years; and a member of the
VFW of Chiefland. He belonged to
the Steinhatchee AARP and was on
the board for several years.
He was preceded in death by his
parents, Claude and Esther
Howell; a brother, Ray Howell of
Omaha, Neb., and two sisters, Jane
Johnson and Cecil Sollars.
Survivors include: his wife of 38
years, Elaine Allen Howell; three
daughters, Cindy Howell Dacus of
Liberty, S.C., Debbie "Rustic"
Howell Reilly of New Smyrna


Beach and Salina Vincent of
Omaha Neb.; two sons, Tommy
Howell of Howe, Texas, and Allen
Barnett of Miami Springs; one
sister, Betty Fauble of Bettendorf,
Iowa; four brothers, Bob Howell of
Mission, Texas, Vernon Howell of
Genoa, Nev,, Kenny Howell of
Omaha, Neb., and Larry Howell of
Cumberland, Wis.; six
grandchildren; one great
grandchild; and a host of nieces
and nephews.
Masonic memorial services will
be held Saturday, Nov 17, at 3 p.m.
at Old Town United M19ethodist
Church.
Emma Jewell Malone
Emma Jewell Malone, 88, died
Nov. 13, 2007, at Marshall Health
& Rehabilitation Center after an
extended illness.
She was a former resident of
Columbus, Ga., and Phenix City,


Ala.
Mrs. Malone, a Baptist, had been
a resident of Perry for three years.
She was born Dec. 16, 1918, in
Hartford, Ala., to the late William
J. and Jennie B. Moiing. At the age
of 61 she earned an Associate of
Arts degree from Chattahoochee
Valley Community College in
Phenix City, Ala.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Anson C. Malone, as
well as her brother and two sisters.
She is survived by two sons,
David Malone of Perry and Joe
Malone of Dallas, Ga.; three
grandchildren; and three great
grandchildren.
A chapel service was held
Thursday, Nov. 15, at 10 a.m. at
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home.
Interment followed at Riverdale
Cemetery in Columbus, Ga.
Burns Funeral Home is in charge
of arrangements.


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Voter registration


drive is planned


Tuesday, Nov. 20


BALLOT
Continued from page 1
make sure that their voting records
are in order and up-to-date.
'Election officials will man a
Voter registration booth at Winn
Dixie Tuesday, Nov. 20, from 3-6
p.m.
: Election officials were in final
talks with city representatives to
finalize the charter revision
proposal; the city council will hold
ai special meeting Monday to give
final approval on the draft. (Please
see related story.)
"Our ballots go to the printers
next Wednesday, so we are
working right up to the deadline,"
Lilliott said.
: The following candidates will be
on the ballot for the presidential
nominations:
-: Republican Party: Rudy'
Giuliani, Mike Huckabee, Duncan
Hunter, Alan Keyes, John McCain,
Ron Paul, Mitt Romney, Tom
Tancredo and Fred Thompson;
.* Democratic Party: Joseph R.
Biden Jr., Hillary Clinton,
Christopher J. Dodd, John
Edwards, Mike Gravel, Dennis J.
Kucinich, Barack Obama and
William "Bill" Richardson III.
Wording for the property tax
referendum will read, "Shall the
board of County Commissioners of
faylor County be authorized to
grant, pursuant to Section 3,
Article VII of the State
Constitution, Property Tax
Exemptions to new businesses, and
expansions of r existing
businesses?"
The ballot summary for the
property tax exemption
amendment will read:
This revision proposes changes
to the State Constitution relating to
property taxation. With respect to
homestead property, this revision:
(j) increses the honiestad
exemption except for school
district taxes and (2) allows
= homestead property owners to
transfer up to $500,000 of their
Save-Our-Homes benefits to their
next homestead. With respect to
nonhomestead property, this
revision (3) provides a $25,000
exemption for tangible personal
property and (4) limits assessment
increases for specified
honhomestead real property except
fir school district taxes..
In more detail, this revision:
(1) Increases the homestead
exemption by exempting the
assessed value between $50,000
dnd $75,000. This exemption does
not apply to school district taxes.
(2) Provides for the transfer of
accumulated Save-Our-Homes
benefits. Homestead property
owners will be able to transfer
their Save-Our-Homes benefit to a
gyew homestead within 1 year and
not more than two years after
relinquishing their previous
homestead; except, if this revision
is approved by the electors in
January of 2008 and if the new
homestead is established on Jan. 1,
2008, the previous homestead must
have been relinquished in 2007. If
the new homestead has a higher
jist value than the previous one,
the accumulated benefit can be
transferred; if the new homestead
has a lower just value, the amount
of benefit transferred will be
reduced. The transferred benefit
may not exceed $500,000. This
provision applies to all taxes.
(3) Authorizes an exemption
from property taxes of $25,000 of
assessed value of tangible
personal property. This provision
applies to all taxes.
(4) Limits the assessment
increases for specified
nonhomestead real property to 10
percent each year. Property will be
assessed at just value following an
improvement, as defined by
general law, and may be assessed
at just value following a change of
ownership or control if provided
by general law. This limitation
does not apply to school district
taxes. This limitation is repealed
effective Jan. 1, 2019, unless
renewed by a vote of the electors in
the general election held in 2018.
Further, this revision:
Sa. Repeals obsolete language on
(he homestead exemption when it
was less than $25,000 and did not
apply uniformly to property taxes
levied by all local governments.
b. Provides for homestead
exemptions to be repealed if a
future constitutional amendment


provides for assessment of


homesteads "at less than just
value" rather than as currently
provided "at a specified
percentage" of just value.
c. Schedules the changes to take
effect upon approval by the
electors and operate retroactively
to Jan. 1, 2008, if approved in a
special election held on Jan. 29,
2008, or to take effect Jan. 1, 2009,
if approved in the general election
held in November of 2008. The
limitation on annual assessment
increases for specified real
property shall first apply to the
2009 tax roll if this revision is
approved in a special election held
oh Jan. 29, 2008, or shall first
apply to the 2010 tax roll if this
revision is approved in the general
election held in November of
2008.
Early voting for the presidential
primary will be held Jan. 14-26;
tl e election will be held
Jan. 29.


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B-1 Perry News-Herald November 16-17, 2007


Special Olympics athletes bring home the gold


Submitted by Taylor County Special
QOympics
jAt this year's Special Olympics*
state gymnastics competition, 24
ainbitious local athletes headed to
Qrlando to claim the gold.
"Nov. 2-4 marked a special time
when the athletes competed
statewide and brought back to
Ti.r County 85 gold medals, 18
&silvr medals and two bronze
gecdals.
EEtqually as important as the
riedals around their necks were the
ss 8on:their faces and a sense of
sWlf pride and accomplishment.
Diniby's Wide World of Sports
roe~d the competition and all
ailtees were treated to a special
vweeend of fun, entertaining


competition "Disney style."
The opening ceremonies were
held at The Ballpark in the Wide
World of Sports complex on Friday
night with Coach Tammy Stager
and Athlete Darin Granthum
representing Taylor/County. Each
county and its representatives were
announced as they paraded across
the field. The Taylor County
delegation cheered wildly as
Granthum and Stager marched
across.
The group looked as good as it
sounded in matching teal t-shirts
that proudly displayed the Taylor
County Special Olympics logo.
Two deejays entertained the crowd
of approximately 1,500 with music
and dancing. '


'AWaiting for the awards presentation are Kimberly Beach, Dezaray Weeks,'
Crystal Williams, Logan Nettles, Donna McDuffie, Missy Pearce, Sarah Anne
Chester, Brittany Beach and Ashley Soroka.


Following the ceremony, the
' group,-headed back to Disney's All-
Star Sports Resort for a good
night's sleep. The group rose early
for competition on Saturday
morning and were at their
appointed venues by 7:45.
Local athlete Robert Leavins
carried the torch at the gymnastics
venue to start the competition.
Volunteer Coach Darla Gatewood
accompanied the Target Bowlers to
their competition and was told by
the official how refreshing the
Taylor County group was with all
their enthusiasm. All their weeks
of hard work paid off and they
were all smiles as they received
their medals on the podiums.
The group went back to the
hotel, freshened up and headed
back to the complex for Healthy
Athletes check-ups, dinner and
closing ceremonies.
Healthy Athletes is a, program
that is sponsored by Special
Olympics so that athletes can
receive screenings for vision,
hearing, dental, fit feet and
health/fitness awareness free of
charge. This is a very nice service
that is provided and we are very
happy our athletes have the
opportunity to receive these
screenings.
The closing ceremonies were
held at the Sports Experience
following dinner. Robert Leavins
and Tammy Stager were
recognized for the Inspirational
Athlete and Coach award.
A victory dance followed the
presentations complete with a fun
interactive deejay. The athletes,
coaches and volunteers all had a
great time on the'dance floor.
Volunteers 'attending the games
included: Lisa Arrowood, Myrtle
Beach, Ray Beach, Wendy Beach,


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Betty Blaske, Sara Chester, Darla
Gatewood, Mandagale Horner,
Nell Lynn, Robert Lynn, Charles
Pinson, Tammy Stager, Nikki
. Viola and Regina Williams.
Volunteer coaches who were not
able to attend, but train each week
with the athletes are Connie
Gibson, Lauren Hardin, Sharon
Kelly, Tina Parker, Garrett Price
and Brittany Webb.
Medals were awarded to the
following athletes: (gymnastics)


Brittany Beach, four gold, one
bronze; 'Kimberly Beach, three
gold, two silver; Sarah Anne
Chester, five gold; Jennifer Giles,
five gold; Robert Leavins, four
gold, one silver; Donna McDuffie,
four gold, one silver; Missy
Pearce, five gold; Ashley Soroka,
four gold, one silver; Beverly
Stager, five gold; Dezaray Weeks,
five gold; Crystal Williams, five
gold; Greg Lynn, four gold, one
silver; Noah Blaske, one gold, six


silver; Bubba Blaske, six gold, one
silver; Jerry-Wayne Blaske, seven
gold; Shirley Blaske, three gold,
one silver; and Logan Nettles,
seven gold.
Winners on the target bowling
team were: Zane Dodge, one gold;
Christina Ford, one silver; Darin
Granthum, one gold; Edward
Hockaday, one silver; Stephanie
Henry, one bronze; Eric Slaughter,
one silver; and Lee Pinson, one
gold.


Taylor County Special Olympics athletes brought home more than 100 medals from the state competition. Shown are: (front,
I to r) Meagan Stager, Gerald Blaske, Noah Blaske, Dezaray Weeks, Sarah Anne Chester, Ashley Soroka and Missy Pearce;
(middle, I to r) Edward Hockaday, Shirley Blaske, Brittany Beach, Crystal Williams, Eric Slaughter, Beverly Stager, Kimberly
Beach, Jennifer Giles, Christina Ford; (back, I to r) Stephanie Ford, Logan Nettles, Robert Leavins, Zane Dodge, Greg Lynn,
Donna McDuffie, Jerry Wayne Blaske and Darin Granthum.


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Don't get lost in today's



electronic alphabet soup


As hard as it is to believe, Thanksgiving is less than a
week away and with it comes not only turkey and
dressing, but the kick-off to the final four shopping
weeks before Christmas.
With 'savvy shoppers already plotting their plans of
attack for the Black Friday sales next week, it is hard to
escape the advertisements for HD TVs, plasma TVs,.
LCDs, HD-DVDs, BluRay, X-Box 360s and
Playstations 3s.
If you're left a bit dizzy after all that, then this column
is for you. After the past several weeks of DVD reviews,
in which I mentioned the films' accompanying releases
on HD-DVD and BluRay, I had a few questions tossed
my way about what they all meant. So, this week, with
that in mind, and at least one eye on a few Black Friday
sneak peak websites, we will be discussing the plethora
of electronic and digital terms being thrown at you,
I have to admit, this column felt a little like going
back to school. I'm not an .. ...
expert on a 'lot of these
items, but a bit of time on
the Internet and some
Patience can overcome a
lack of knowledge
anyday. So, ring the bell
and let class begin.
Digital Television
(DTV)
For the most part, the
conversion from standard
analog television signals
to digital ones isn't
affecting many people. If
you have cable or satellite BLu RY| V
service, you're probably tL V
getting many digital
channels already, The new .
although some providers
may charge extra. The' most notable thing for viewers is
that digital signals tend to be clearer than analog ones
because broadcasters can compress a lot more data into
a digital signal, giving you a better picture.
All over the world, television broadcasters are
converting over to digital signals, and many. stations
here in the U.S. already broadcast in both. By federal
law, all stations must broadcast exclusively in digital
starting Feb. 7, 2009. What does this mean for you?
Unless you're using those rabbit ears to pick up local
stations, absolutely nothing (except maybe a better
picture). If you are still using your antenna, however,
well, you may have a problem. Starting March 1, 2007,,
all televisions sold in the U.S. 'must have a digital
receiver built-in, but if your TV is older than that, you
may be looking at a blank screen on Feb. 8, 2009. All is
.not lost, however, and there are converters available for
about $20.
For more information, the government has set up the
following website to help consumers make the switch:
www.dtv.gov.
High-Definition Television (HDTV)
So, is digital television just not good enough for you?
Want something more? High-definition. television has
been growing leaps and bounds over the past 10 years or
so, as television sets continue togrow in size, spurring a
need for a crisper picture.
In short, high-definition televisions provide a prettier
picture at double the resolution of standard displays. Just
how you go about getting that prettier picture, however,
is the big question. Basically, there are three types of
large screen televisions on the market: projection,
plasma and LCDs. It should be noted that not all big
screen TVs are high-definition, but just about all
HDTVs use one of these three technologies.
Projection televisions are perhaps the most
straightforward, as they do exactly what their name
implies, projecting a small picture onto a'much larger
screen, which you watch. The image can be projected
from behind (from inside the television itself) or from in
front, like a standard projection system.
Plasma displays are made up of thousands of gas-
filled cells between two glass plates. Electrodes
stimulate the gas in each cell (or pixel) to create the final
image.
LCD televisions (or liquid crystal display) are similar
to plasma displays (in layman's terms at least), except
they use crystal molecules to create the picture.
Plasma televisions have the advantage over rear-
projection ones in that they can be much thinner and
mounted on the wall. They do, however, use much more
electricity than the other models. LCDs tend to be most
expensive, but they have been gaining ground on plasma
as prices continue to drop on the larger models.
For more information about the difference between
the three types of large-screen televisions, visit
www.howstuffworks.com/hdtv.htm.
HD-DVD vs. BluRay
So you bought that nice new HDTV, but now you
want to watch some movies. What now? Sure you pop in
one of your DVDs, but you want to get the most out of
your new system. Well, you have two options.
SCurrently there are two different formats for the next
step in media storage, HD-DVD and BluRay. While
DVDs are still the standard home entertainment format,
'the expansion of high-definition televisions has
Heightened the need for a high definition video format to
make use of them,.
SDVD entered the U.S. market in 1997 and by 2003


had overtaken VHS in sales. The current situation,
however, is more akin to the 1970s-80s VHS/Betamax
war.
For those that don't remember, Betamax hit the market
first in 1975, followed shortly thereafter by VHS. While
Betamax had the initial edge due to being the first on the
block as well as a slightly better picture, VHS soon
boasted longer recording times and slowly began to take
-over the market. In 1988, Sony (who had created
Betamax) began selling its own VHS systems,
essentially declaring defeat.
Will the current "war" last 13 years? Probably not, but
in the mean time, what does all of this mean for
consumers? Well, first, let's take a look at the two
formats.
HD-DVD, short for high-definition DVD, was
developed by several companies led by Toshiba. Able to
hold 30 gigabytes of data (versus a maximum of 8.5
gigabytes on DVDs),
HD-DVDs are able to
hold a much larger
video file, therefore
provide a much better
j. picture.
BluR.ay, on the other
side of the battle, is
being spearheaded by
-.4 Sony. BluRay discs are
able to hold up to' 50s
gigabytes of data,
giving them more room
S- e o for potential extras and
the like, but are more
Bs. H D nDV D costly to produce. ,
w For themost part,
i ybere acie. ing fa Jitrs ny i
form at w a r b technical differences
between the two
formats. Some of the compression languages differ, and
there were a few missteps in early releases, but most of
those have been overcome on both sides.
Both BluRay and HD-DVD players will play DVDs,
so you don't have to throw out your current collections
if you do upgrade. The real deciding factors on which
format ultimately wins will be cost and industry support.
Currently, HD-DVD players are cheaper than their
BluRay counterparts. Several companies have already
announced drastic price cuts for the upcoming holiday
season with some HD-DVD systems as low as $199.
Even so, BluRay sales have outpaced HD-DVD for
most of 2007, thanks in large part to Sony's
Playstation 3 gaming system, which comes with a
BluRay player built in. The high price of the system,
however, has slowed sales. Sony recently announced it
was cutting prices down to $399 for the base system, so
that could be changing this holiday season.
Microsoft, which partnered with Toshiba, offers an
HD-DVD add-on for its Xbox 360 system (for an
additional $199), and also offers an "Elite" edition,
which includes the HD-DVD player.
Most important to consumers, however, is. what
movies are available for each format. Several studios
have made exclusive deals with one side or the other,
meaning owners of the competing format are out of luck.
Sony Pictures, MGM, Disney, 20th Century Fox and
Lionsgate are all BluRay exclusive. In addition,
Blockbuster, citing BluRay's larger market share,
recently announced that it will only carry BluRay discs
in their stores. It will continue to offer both formats for
online rental services. Target made a deal with Sony to
only offer BluRay players in their stores, while offering
movies on both formats, as well as HD-DVD players on
its website.
HD-DVD, on the other hand, boasts exclusive
arrangements with Universal, Paramount (including
Dreamworks), The Weinstein Company and First Look
Pictures. Kmart recently announced that it would only
offer HD-DVD players in its stores due to the lower
prices.
Warner Brothers, New Line Cinema and several
others offer their movies on both formats.
Although opinions vary, it seems BluRay may still
have the upper hand. It definitely was looking like the
winner before the Paramount deal was announced
several months ago. According to reports, the studios are
to receive upwards of $150 million in incentives as part
of the agreement, which will be in effect for 18 months,
taking it through the next two holiday seasons.
According to BluRay.com, Dan Silverman, vice
president of high-definition media for Warner Brothers,
was quoted earlier this month stating that his company
was reconsidering its non-exclusive arrangement, and
could be leaning toward BluRay.
If that were to happen, the war may be over before too
long, but there's still no way to know for sure. There
have been talks of a compromise and several companies
are looking at offering a dual-format player, but nothing
concrete has emerged yet on either front.
What does this mean for you? First of all, if you don't
have a HDTV, don't even worry about it. DVDs are good
enough for standard televisions.
If you do, and you want to play those pretty, pretty
movies on your pretty TV, just remember all those folks
with their pretty, pretty Betamax players gathering dust.
In all wars, you want to be on the winning side.
Despite the hype, it's still too early to say who will win,
or how long it will take.


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The sounds of Africa, Australia
and beyond come together for the
llth Paralounge Drum Gathering
at the Spirit of the Suwannee
Music Park Nov. 16-18.
"Since July of 2002, the
Paralounge Drum Gathering at
Spirit Oif-the Suwannee Music
Park, ha .served as a special place
for drum circle enthusiasts,"
organizer Clint Tipton said. "Twice
a year artists and musicians of
indigenous instruments gather to
become a part of a collective of
musical expression.
"There is a growing community
of people that participate and
organize', small, community drum
circles throughout the United
States," he said. "This community
of people has grown-into a large
population along the West Coast
and is now growing along the East
Coast. Florida has a growing
population of drum circles all over
the state and surrounding regions."

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Not sure what a drum circle is?
'"it's a structured arrangement of
participants with the intent to
create musical expression with
percussion instruments," Tipton
explained.
"This form of expression has
been celebrated by every culture
on the planet. Each culture has, a
unique. way of expressing
themselves through rhythm and
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"Native Americans have sacred
drumming ceremonies. According
to Native American tradition, the
drum is much more than rawhide
and wood. It is a living being, a
precious member of the family.
African tribes have many different
kinds of drums and many of them
relate to specific functions, such as
harvest celebrations and rituals for
manhood. Oriental cultures and
European cultures have many
ways to express themselves with
percussion. Each culture uses
percussion for musical expression,
communication and spiritual
healing."
' The Paralounge Drum Gathering.
explores the various cultures
through the instruments they
created including the African
Djembe, Egyptian Doumbek,
Native. American Powwow and
African Djun Djun drums, as well
as the Australian Didgeridoo, ,
"Each of these exotic
instruments tells .us about the
culture that created them," Tipton
said. "During each event we
schedule workshops to help
educate participants about the
technical aspects of different
instruments. You can learn how to
play these exotic instruments and
sometimes you may even learn
how to build them.
"Through the exploration of
these indigenous instruments we
learn about our ancestors. We learn
about the music they created and
the importance the instrument held
in their society."
As for the entertainment side of
Paralounge, Jerrods Door will kick
off the event by docking the
Cosmic Choo Choo Friday night
with a "kaleidoscope of tribal funk
that will have you dancing and
shaking."
After Jerrods Door, a massive
drum circle is planned.
"Everyone is so excited to be
there and see everyone and play,
the environment becomes electric
and the music expresses it," Tipton
said. "The Saturday morning sun
usually rises to a drum circle that
started Friday evening."
Saturday morning and afternoon
will see a number of workshops,
including Yoga, African drum and
dance with Thobos Lubamba;
traditional African rhythms from
Congo on the Djembe drum;
Australian Didgeridoo; and
facilitated drum circles.


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We hope this Thanksgiving finds-
you surrounded by friends and
loved ones, enjoying all the. bounty-
the season brings. :
The following .recipes -were
gathered 'from' the Perry Garden
Club's second edition of Sawgrass.
& Pines, the LaTntanida- arden:
Club's 1951 recipe collection and
old editions of this newspaper. ,
Special Salad
(Good at Thanksgiving
or Christmas)
Head crisp, chilled lettuce
Can cranberry sauce, chilled
1 package black walnuts.
Mayonnaise
Make bed of chilled lettuce and
place in salad dish. Cut cranberry
sauce in slices about three to four
inch thick rounds and top with
plenty of mayonnaise and serve.
This salad is especially delicious
with turkey, duck, goose or fowl of
any kind. It is best during winter
season.
Syrup Pecan Pie
1 c. cane or corn syrup
4 tbsp. butter
1 tsp. vanilla
1/2 c. sugar
3 eggs
1 c. pecans
Cook syrup and; sugar Until
thick. Beat eggs until light, add to
hot syrup, beating' all "the while.
Add butter and vanilla and
continue to beat until well mixed.
Pour in uncooked pastry shell
and sprinkle chopped nuts over the
top. Place in hot oven and after a
few' minutes reduce heal to
medium and bike until-filliig "is:
set.
Oyster stuffing
1 c. chopped onions, .
3/4 c. hunier . .- .:
12 c. bread crumbs
1 c. celery :
2 tsp. salt
1 tbsp. poultry seasoning
1/2 c. boiling water


THE PERRY (
NEWS-HERALD
November 9 & 16, 1972


NIXON WINS
TAYLOR COUNTY
Bold headlines declared that
Presidential candidate Richard M.
Nixon earned 84 percent of Taylor
County's votes and a landslide:
victory over opponent' George,
McGovern. The newspaper had
published weekly editorials
criticizing McGovern, leading up
to the November vote. .
In local elections, County


2 c. oysters
4 hard cooked eggs
.Brown onion in butter. Add
Crumbs, celery, eggs, salt and,
poultry' seasoning. Mix well. Add
"water. Drain oysters, chop and add.
Makes enough to stuff a 10 to 12
pound, turkey.
SSavory Southwestern Tarkey Pie
with Cheddar Crust
Cheddar Pastry Crust:
1 T. self-rising cornmeal mix
(White Lily Cornmeal Mix
recommended)
1.1/4 c. soft wheat flour
I c. finely shredded cheddar
cheese


commission Chairman Bert Fife
detained: his' position, as, did
Supervisor. of Elections Wayne
Parker., A photograph of the
County Canvassing Board showed
tay D. Agner, Mrs. Phyllis
Newport, Commissioner W.D.
Wilson Jr., Supervisor of Elections
wayne. Parker :and Mrs. Ella
'arrish.,. ;..*.'.


HUNTER KILLED
S ,ON OPENING DAY
Even bolder headlines declared
the death of a soldier on opening
day, of. Hunting Season, 1972.
Robert Leach, 19, of Lakeland,


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P.O. Box 888 123 S. Jefferson Street
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Member Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.
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1/2 t. salt
1/3 c. butter or margarine,
melted
Filling:
1 medium onion, chopped (about
I c.)
1 red bell pepper, coarsely
chopped
2 T. butter or margarine
2 c. cubed cooked turkey breast
1 t. ground cumin
1/2 t. oregano leaves
1/4 t. salt
1 c. dairy sour cream
1, can (16 oz.) black beans,
rinsed and drained
1 c. frozen corn, thawed
1 c. chunky salsa (8 oz.)


was fatally injured while on leave
from his Army duties at Ft. Bragg,
.N.C. His hunting companions said
Leach was sitting on a log resting,
when they decided to follow a trail.
Then they heard one or two shots,
and when they returned, a man
with his young daughter was
standing over Leach. The man,
from Miami, helped get Leach into ,
a vehicle for transport to a hospital
'and said he would follow them.
He later turned himself into Sheriff
Maurice Linton and stated that "he
heard something move, thought it
was a hog, and shot." The shooting
was ruled as accidental. Leach
lived for one and' one half hours
after the injury.
On the second day of the season,
a Tampa man was shot in the neck
but was treated at the local hospital
and then transferred to Tampa for
surgery.

TWO MEN RESCUED
FROM GULF
A 61-year-old Georgia man and
his 29-year-old son were rescued
from Grassy Island after a wet,
cold night on the Gulf because of
an electrical failure in their boat.

HORACE KNOWLES
AWARDED
Oscar Howard Sr. presented the
Outstanding Conservation Farmer
Award to Horace Knowles of
Eridu.

SIX NEW BABIES
Gloria Louise Lindsey was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Neel Lindsey on
Oct. 16. She weighed 6 pounds,
11.5 ounces.
Elizabeth Sueann Daniels was
welcomed by the Rev. and Mrs.
Johnny M. Daniels of Tampa.
Local grandparents included Mrs.
Christine Daniels of Perry and
Willard Bass of Keaton Beach.
Chad Andrew Hamilton was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Hamilton on Nov. 5, weighing 10
pounds and 4.5 ounces.
Don Gordon Helton was the
newest arrival at the home of Mr.


1 c. finely shredded Cheddar
cheese
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Spray 9-inch deep dish plate with
cooking spray. Add cornmeal mix
to coat bottom of pie plate; set
aside. In medium bowl, combine
flour, 1 c. cheese, salt and butter
until crumbly:, press into bottom
and up sides of pie plate. Set aside.
Meanwhile, in medium
saucepan, cook and stir onion and
pepper in butter over, medium heat
until onion is translucent, 3 to 4
minutes.
Add turkey, cumin, oregano and
salt. Cook and stir 2 minutes over
medium heat to combine flavors.
Pour turkey mixture into prepared
crust. Layer sour cream, black
beans, corn and salsa over turkey
mixture. Bake on lowest oven rack
at 375 !degrees for 40 minutes or
until crust is golden brown. Top
with 1 c. cheese. Bake 5 minutes
longer or until cheese is melted.
Makes 8 servings.
Refrigerator Rolls
1 pkg. yeast
1/2 c. warm water
1/2 c. solid shortening .
1/2, c. sugar
1 egg, beaten
2 c. warm water
1 and 1/2 t. salt
"8 c. flour, plain ,
Dissolve" yeast in ,'1/2 ,c-. warm
water. Cream shortening and sugar
in large bowl. Add yeast, egg,
water and salt. Mix well.
Add flour and i mix well. Place
in a greased bowl and grease top of
dough. Cover' and#vefrigerate.
(It will double; in size in a few-
hours.)
When ready for use, pinch off as
much as needed. Shape in balls"
and place in greased muffin lins.
Let rise three hours in warm place.
Bake for 12 to 15 minutes at 400
degrees.
This dough keeps well in
refrigerator for a week and you can
bake just as many as needed.


:and Mrs. Carl Helton. He weighed
6 pounds, 4 ounces,
....,Mr., and. Mrs;., Edward. Earl
Shiver announced the birth of their
son, Edward Earl Jr., on Nov, 9.
He weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker Jr.
announced the birth of-Nelson 11
on 'Oct. 30. The new arrival
weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces,

WEDDINGS FILL
WOMEN'S PAGES
Photographs showed the
wedding regalia of Miss Billie Sue
Whiddon who 'recently married
Ralph Shiver,, and of Camille
Bowden who exchanged wedding
vows with Billy Lynn Rawls.

BULLDOGS BEAT
MADISON!
Breaking a four-game jinx, the
Taylor County High School
Bulldogs defeated Madison 13-6 in
Madison. The article suggested,
"It looked like another bad night
for Perry when the Cougars scored
on their opening series of play...but
the Bulldog defense soon tightened
up." John Wigglesworth was
credited with the three-yard blast
up the middle which put Perry's
first score on .the board. The
second Bulldog score was a
quarterback sneak by -Glenn
Ratliff. Stones were thrown at the
Taylor County school bus as it was
leaving the Madison field, busting
out a headlight. No one was
injured.

GARDNER-WEBB
BRAGS ON WILDER
A former Taylor County High
School product, Terry. Wilder, 'was
reported as playing "exceptional
football" for the Bulldogs of
Gardner-Webb in Boiling Springs,
N.C.

EARLY BUCK
Douglas Bowden was pictured
with one of the first deer on
opening day of hunting season.
Bowden, 14, killed his buck at 7:30
a.m. in Jefferson County.


S815 West BaV
View%% from ih. End.-. the Stre.t .. -'; ; :


by.
Man.' Lou Whitfield


Be thankful that .,

wrinkles don't hurt

"There's a lot to be thankful for, if you take the
time to look for it. For example, I am sitting.
here thinking how nice it is that wrinkles don't.
hurt."
I don't know whether that "zinger" in a letter
from a friend was original with her, but -y
immediate thought was, "They really don't and
I'm thankful!" And thankful for her for
reminding me.
There are so many things for which we are
grateful, one Thanksgiving Day a year simply is
not enough. A national day of Thanksgiving to
commemorate the aims and hopes of .our
founding fathers in their "day of small thing".' i$
fitting and appropriate, and we can never b'e
grateful enough for the great blessings of our
faith, our families, our shelter and our dlly
bread...
In addition, we have many blessings 6o*
everyday and normal we are likely to let them
slip by without giving them any thought at all.
I thought about this one night recently after I "
had accidentally knocked my telephone to the' '
floor from my bedside table.
As I fumbled in the dark to pick it up .I
suppose I activated an emergency button which i
fed into the 911 system. My tejlhone then,1
rang and a wide-awake young-sounding lady's
voice responded to my puzzled "hello." "Are you"
all right?," she asked, "Is there anything wrong,,
at your house?"
I assured her nothing was wrong when she
explained that there had been a signal from my.,
number. I thanked her for calling and took time
to tell her how reassuring it was that help'A-,
would have been forthcoming if there had been
a need.
.I would have been pleased to have held her on
the line, but knew that at any moment a real
call for help might have been coming in. I am
thankful for our 911.
I also appreciate the Voice, of the
knowledgeable gentleman I hear when I dial
584-3333 for the "time and temp." That is a,
great community service offered by Buckeye,
Florida. I set my clock by the gentleman's
authority and also try to heed his good advice,
freely given.
Another service for which I am grateful. is our
library. It is a "user -friendly" place for all ages
offering help if needed or opportunities for,'
individual usage. Time and again they have
helped me locating information, doing copying,
suggesting reading, assisting even more since I
developed a vision problem. The childreti's
summer programs were as enjoyable to me as
to my great grandchildren when ""our:
Thursday" included a trip there. I am thankful
for our good library.
I mentioned all of these amenities during a
brief meditation at one of our Historical Society
meetings. To them I added my appreciation.'for
the all-volunteer group that opens the
Historical Society each Thursday afternoon for
researchers and others having an interest
there. Everyone there is ready to talk history
with any who drops in for a chat.
One afternoon Roscoe and I began talking
about the Pifie Level School which stood across
the road from his home. We drifted on to talk
about the bus routes when they started
bringing the children in to the Perry schools.
Roscoe traced the bus route, naming the
children coming aboard at each stop. It was
almost like music to hear the names of all the
Pine Level children of the 1920s again. I count
it a real plus to have a part in the history
preservation work--it gives me a sense of
belonging.
I like the way Robert Louis Stevenson's prayer
sums it all up: "We thank Thee for this place in
which we dwell, for the love that unites us. for
the peace accorded us this day, for the hope
with which we expect the morrow, for the
health, the work, the food and the bright skies
that make our lives delightful."


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Saturday 7:30 a.m. until.
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Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
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Yard Sale 803 Calhoun Street. 8 a.m. 3
p.m. assorted items including, a riding
lawn mower, tools, and power wheel chair.
11/14-11/16
Huge Yard Sale 5 families, Friday &
Saturday 8020 Beach Rd. Men's and
women's clothes, all sizes. (S, M, L, XL,
XXL, XXXL)
11/14-11/16
Saturday Nov. 17, 9 a.m. -4 p.m.' Large
size women's clothes, size 10 shoes,
furniture, electronics, exercise equipment,
comforters, nice dresses, coats, too much
to list. 3176 Henry Gibson Rd. US 27 past
John Deere Equip. second street to right.
11/14-11/16
Large Yard Sale furniture clothing, misc.
Sat. 7 a.m. until 1454 Courtney'Rd. (Off
Ash St.) Evangel Christian Fellowship.
11/16
Yard Sale Saturday 8:30 a.m. until, on
Hwy 19 in the old Shamrock Realty
parking lot across the street from Mama's
Italian Lots of Stuff Stop By!
11/16
Yard Sale Saturday 8 a.r.. until Two
miles down hwy. 98 on ioit. Cnainsaw, air
compressor, baby items clothes all sizes,
and much more.

Yard Sale Saturday, Nov. 17 8 f.m.'- until.
Slaughter Rd. 4th house on right, Plus size
ladies clothes, toys, citizens band radio
antennae for home, to many to list.
11/16
Yard Sale 184 Jimmy Archer Rd. Friday &
Saturday. No Early Birds! 8 a.m. until. A
little bit of everything!
11/16
Friday and Saturday 8 a.m: 2 p.m. 4289
US 98 W. Sadler Drum to much to list.
11/16
Estate Sale Saturday & Sunday 4 miles
down ,Woods Creek on left, look for white
sheet on mailbox. 8 a.m. until
11/16
Huge 4-Family Yard Sale Saturday, Nov.
17! Baby & adult clothes, Christmas
items, everyday items, etc. Hwy. 27 to
Foley cut-off Rd, second road on left.
11/16
Garage Sale Sat & Sun! Avon Clearance,
clothes cleaning out house. Also Baked
goods Michelle's Pecan Pie & Cobbler for.
For more info call 584-6289 or 843-2605;
2726 Lakeside Dr. Out 27 East turn right
between John Deere & Lakeside Baptist
Church 3rd house on right. BJ invites all
customers and friends. Ya'll Come!
11/16
Yard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. until at 179
Louis St. (Off 19 by Taco Saw) Look for
signs. Items for sale include recliners, TV,
large computer desk, washer & dryer set,
camping stove and grill w/2 full tanks of
gas, new lumber, from new house,
household items & what-knots. Prices are
negotiable. Questions Call 850-843-2634.
"11/16
Multi-Family Yard Sale Apostolic
Assembly Church 3385 Puckett Rd.
Saturday, Nov. 17 from 8 a.m. 12 p.m.
Proceeds to benefit Fellowship Hall
building fund. Household items, furniture,
clothes, etc....
11/16AAC
Back Yard Sale All kinds of Goodies,
Friday and Saturday 8 a.m. 2 p.m. Around
Dead Man's Curve. Leisure Retreats 16628
E. Royal Oak Dr. Off Red Oak. Follow
signs.
11116
Yard Sale Saturday, Nov. 17 at 10973
- McLeod Dr. Hwy. 221 North, between Lake
Bird and Shady Grove. 9 a.m. 3 p.m..
11/16
Big Yard Sale Saturday 8 to 1 at 1106 N.
Allen St. off Ash St. All size women and
men clothes, shoes, sm. girl clothes, lots
misc. bedding, pillows Ig. Ruo.


5-Family Yard Sale Early, Birds are'
welcome. Women's sizes 16, 18. 20; Kids
clothes 14,16; shoes; purses; curtains: all
kinds of good name brand stuff. Home
interior also. Don't miss this! 13Q3 West
Ash St. 7 a.m. until Saturday. Nov. 17.
11/16
Yard Sale Saturday, Nov. 17 from 8 a.m. -
12 p.m. Clothing: Infant to adults,
household items and other misc. items.
909 E. Green St. (Next door to Old Weed
Grocery Store) '
11/16

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BEFORE JUNE 2007-PLEASE PiCK-UP
BY DECEMBER 1, 2007-.ArJ,'THIJG
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TUES... WED, THURS.-3:00-5:30. FRIDAY
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full kitchen, full bath, nice area. 2 blocks
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security deposit. 850-890-1467. Ask for
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11/7-11/9
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private lot $400/mo, 1st, last and sec. plus
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11/16
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850-973-9990.
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"Consignments Wanted"


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* 11/16GCN2
SOFA & LOVESEAT. Brand new 100%
MICROFIBER, still wrapped, lifetime
warranty, sacrifice $499. (delivery
available). (850)425-8374 -
11/16GCN2
Misc, AC Equipment and tools $750.00
Call 850-223-1314 leave name and phone
number.
11/9-11/21


WANT TO BUY


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

Used Furniture
Bedroom Dining Room Living Room Bedding

Cal ar Suhelad 80 ) 8-021 soh cr e


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. -
11/14tfLS
Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease,' electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly, Call
Select Group Realty@ 850,584-4401
6/21tfnSGR
'Commercial Building for Lease Down
town 'building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All internet 'and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
'7/12tfnSGR
(1) Small old-fashioned trailer. LR, BR, full
'outdoor.patio w/electric. Private fenced
yard. Proof of employment & references
required;. $200 deposit. $375/month,
includes.utilities available now.
( 2) 2-room cottage apt. w/separate
bathroom & w/d hookup, fenced yard.
Electric not included, has own pole. $200
deposit, $325/mo. references &' proof of
h'eployment required. Available on or
about 11/15., Call 584-2944.
11/14-1 n V/16
S Southern Villas of Perry


Looking For Applicantls
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.
One Bedroom Apartment for Rent, Gas,
electric, cable included. Great area, use of
pool, No drugs or pets. Call 838.2545 or
371-1414.
10/24-11116
Partialy furnished two bedroom apt. for
rent. Vtilites furnished., 838-1524 pin 77 or
cell 843-1296.
11/7tfWB
1 bd/1 bth, kitchen, living room, 900 sq. ft.
in Keaton Beach area, $500 includes
utilities, no pets. 850-578-2356 leave
message.
11/9-11/30


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.
tfWA




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.
11/21-12/14
For Sale Beautiful 2,2 home in very quiet
surroundings. On 1+acre of land, partially
fenced. Paved drive and nice sized shed.
Must see to appreciate! First reasonable
offer accepted., owner relocating. (850) 838-
9035.
11/14
For Sale Awesome 3/2 Homes of Merit
home w/ attached game room. 1 +acre of
land, partially fenced. 2 nice sheds and
carport. $76,000. Call (850)838-9035.
11/14
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.
8/12-11/17
Home For Sale By Owner. 4247 San Pedro
Rd. 1600 sq. ft. Brick and vinyl.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.
11/7-11/16
HOUSES FOR SALE Motivated Seller,
Owner finance with large down payment.
5 bed/2 bath = 602 N. Jefferson St.
3 bed/2 bath.on 5 acres = 113. L,.%; ODir,
3 t.ed. 1 t 'Lr, 602W.: Bacon St.
Call 584-4678.
.11/14-1/04
FORECLOUSRE 4BR DWMH ON 2+
acres in Spring Warrior, $89,947..., MUST,
ACT FAST. Call 850-838-9090.
tfnlHP
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.
tfEF
'Immaculate 3BR/ 2 Ba brick home on .71
acre city lot. House has been totally
renewed with fresh paint, all new carpets &
hardwood floors & counter tops, all new
appliances in kitchen. Master Bed has
walk in closet. The Master bath has
double sinks & granite countertop. New tile
shower covered patio & screened porch,
.pool w/automatic cleaner & chlorinator,
Very private and well manicured yard. The
shop is wired & yard has well & irrigation
sys. Call 850-584-6512.
10/12-12/4




How'aboOt 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
800-477-2492,
11/14tfPH
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.
11/14tfPH
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.
11/14tfPH
CLOSE-OUT!!! 2006-2007 models. Call
us now at Prestige Home Centers. 1-800-
477-2492.
11/14tfPH


ADMINISTRATIVE Customer Service.
We are currently taking applications for the
position of Customer Service
representative at-our Limerock Mine,. 23
MIE of Perry, Fl. MS Office experience
required. Hours: 5 a.m. 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
1/9-11/21


The City of Perry
is hiring for the following
positions:

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
[i :r: ip lho ,:' 3r, ii 3 ,' 1 tI )r
.......www.employflorida.com
(Registeras a job seeker. Search in Taylor County.
Click on desired position.)
Send printed and completed .
Application via mail
To: Employment Connections
200 West Base Street, 2nd Floor
Madison, FL 32340
or
Fax: (850) 973-9757
Employment Connections Mobile Unit
'Wednesday's from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm in the
Kmart parking lot (1809 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.)
Employment* botie f i lon Office
Located at'~ i se gSdM aIo-n, FL 32340
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
.EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION.EMPLOYER

Experienced Dental Assistant needed for
busy dental office in Perry, FL. Must have
excellent people skills, some computer
knowledge required, If interested please
fax resume', to: Taylor Dental Center; 850-
223-3047. M-F 8-5. EOE/DFWP
10/26-11/21TDC
.Baby-sitter needed for 2 year old boy.
11:30 a.m. -, 3:30 p.m. Please contact
Patricia Dice 584-8322 leave message.
References needed.
11/14-11/16


SRNs* LPNs* CNAs,
Full-time *Part-time PRN positions available

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


COOK (fulltime) Dietary Aides


Floor-Tech
Housekeeping Full-Time 11 pm-7 am


I Call Cheryl Ellis 850-584-6334
20 Msht3 a ~l -l-D.-Pry Du reWra *.-E.Squal H-ity Empoe


CLASSIFIED
Only $5.00 for 25 words or less!
10 per word after 25
Deadlines: Mon. & Wed. by 5 pm




Join the




BINGO


Early Bird 6 p.m.
Regular 7 p.m.

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


IRONWOOD HOMES OF PERRY

850-838-9090


.2 BR $29,990 !!

e 3 BR 39,990 !!!

,. I 4 BR $52,990 !!!!

*5BR $67,990!!!!


Absolutely NO HIDDEN COSTS

prices above include delivery, set-up,

AC, skirting, and steps!!!

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


HELP
WANTED


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Postal Jobs $17.33-$27.58/hr., Now hiring.
For application & free government job info,
call American Assoc. of Labor 1-913-599-
3226, 24 hrs. emp. serv.
10/24-11/16

Experienced Tree Climber for Tree work,
valid driver's license Call John at 850-591-
8301.
11/9-11/16

Help Wante'd Badcock & More. Set up and
delivery. Must be 21 yrs. old. License and
good driving record required. No phone
calls! Apply iti person 1225 S. Jefferson
St.
10/26tfnBC
Warehouse/Delivery Person
Local deliveries and warehouse care. Must
have current, valid driver's license. Paid
holidays, sick leave, references required.
Drug free workplace. Apply in person,
Ware Oil & Supply Co., Inc., 2715 S.
Byron Butler Pkwy., Perry, FL 32348.
11/16tfWO
Part Time Evenings/Mornings, Floor
Maint/scrubbing/buffing, prefer exp. but will
train. 6 days week/ $900 month.
Perry/Crawfordville. Call Dave 850-274-
0259
11/16-11/21
Driver Jacksonville Terminal
CT TRANSPORTATION
HOME EVERY WEEKEND
GUARANTEED!
TOP PAY for Exp'd Drivers!
NO TOUCH FREIGHT
65% preloaded/pretarped
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com
11/16

TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Engineer FT $50,024- $56,305 DOQ
Firefighter/EMT $10.78 hr. "
Road Mte. Technician (RMT)- $8.04 hr.
Call in FF/EMT $9.05 hr.
Part Time Custodian $6.68 hr.
Job descriptions and applications can be
obtained from www.taylorcontygov.com
Applications must be submitted to
Erfmployment Connections by mail to 200
W. Base Street, Madison, Fl 32340; faxed
to 850-973-9757; e-mail to
bains@nfwdb.org :.-'tirmite o-line ,at
nat 5countyv g pwm-elivefhwdto,
Susan 'at 502 N. Center Street, Perry, FL
,32347 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8
a.m. 2 p.m. or delivered to One Stop
Mobile Unit located in the K-Mart Parking
Lot o Wednesdays 8. a.m. 5 p.m.
Positions are open until filled. Taylor
County Board of County Commissioners
is an EOE, VP, DT, background check
employer.
11/14BCC


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
850-843-2605.
11/2tfBJ





















2 axle 16' trailer will haul full size truck Puppies for sale, 5 Australian blue healer,
with ramps $900 or will trade for 4-wheeler. female puppies $150 each. Call 843-0291
Call 838-2863. contact Barry Underwood.
11/16 _________


20603 Chrysler Town & Country 66,000
miles, dark blue, good condition $8,500.
Call 223-1520
11/14-11 0 '

2007-Chevy Crew Cab 2wd, 100k mile
warranty, LS, KBB value $24k, make offer.
Call Chris 838-3736
11/14-11/16


J,D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care,
Licensed and insured, Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
tfJD


The Handyman experts LLC, honest workI
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.
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- A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
1998 GMC King Cab 4x4 (Blue step-side) Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
Professional 3 lift kit, tires & rims, 133k dump truck service, harrowing, bush hog
miles, Leather, CD player, and cold AC. mowing, rake work,, dirt 'leveling and & CA
$8,950.00. Call 352-208-6051. complete lawn service. Call 584-6737,
10/31tfFBC 3/9tfnAZ D Drie

Buckeye Community Federal Credit Union STUMP GRINDING Til
is offering for sale a 2006 21 foot Keywest PRESSURE WASHING.
Boat, 2006 Yahama 150 HP outboard FreeEstimatell ~
motor, 2006 Performance Trailer with CallBillyBlue at P
Bimini Top will be sold on 'as is" basis for 672-0955 or 838-107
$22,000.00 and may be inspected at the '3/10fnBB 584
Credit Union Monday thru Friday from 8:30 /1t(
am until 4:30 pm. Bush hogging, Grading and Tree Removal. (5
10/19-11/16 Call Bill at 578-2379.
10/19tfA2Z CARPET
2004 Chevrolet Colorado Z71 Crew Cab, Installatic
fully loaded 36,500 miles, spray in bed TREE REMOVAL/STUMP GRINDING rice. No
:liner, and fiberglass cap, $15,000. Call LAWN MAINTENANCE/UPKEEP 34 year,
584-7032 or838-6169 ask for Steve. Tree Surgery Landscaping Please lea
10/26-12/5 52 Bucket Truck 10/17tfnB
.,.FREE ESTIMATES clay Sv
Nissan Frontier "2000" King Cab, silver Licensed & Insured/All Work Guaranteed Clay S
color w/long wheel base, $3,995 neg. Call Lowest Prices inthe Area winsured)ow
838-6005. o cS windows
838-6005. John Sesock, owner 850-584-2027 Commerc
10/31-11/23 CELL850-59148301 1780 or

1999 Cadillac Deville 103k miles $6700. leavernc
32l6mis1,0Clexperienc
2001 Acura3.2.1 65k miles $13,800. Call Morgan's Tree Service and Debris 3/7tfnCS
838-2773 pr 672-9139. Removal, Free Estimates Call .352-498-
10/24-11/16 7844 or 850-672-0709,, '
d A 10/3-11/30 .
.1991 Buick Skylark/ white, 4-door, AC, ,.
AM/FM, 4-cylinder, elect. windows, new Hi Taylor County, leaves and pine straw.
tires, 1-owner. 72k miles, Excellent taking over your yard? Give us a call for
condition. Call 584-7972 for more free estimates. We are licensed, and 8/22-1/30
information, leave message if no answer, insured. Chad H. Dees' Lawn Care st 850-,
10/12-12/28 .


1997 Tracker deep 16.5 ft. 42 ft lb trust
trolling motor, 50 HP tracking motor., Never
in salt water, always under cover, ready for
fishing, $3,500,.850-584-6236.
11/7-11/23


stump Grinding
Reasonable Rates
Reliable Service
(850) S4342907


1987 Aluminum 16 ft. V-Bottom runabout Mobile Home Trailer Demolition and
40 HP Evinrude Elect. Start. Power Removal, Call Morgan's Tree Service for
Tilt/Trim Bimini Top Breakaway Trailor more information and'a free estimate. 850-
$3500. 850-223-1314. Leave phone 672-0709 or 352-498-7844.
number and name, 10/5-11/30
11/9-11/21 .
House Cleaning
Boat for sale 20 Proline 1998 115 HP. (References Available)
Yamaha galv. trailer, $25,000 080. Call Dependable & Reliable Services
584-9085 or cell 843-4161 Reasonable rates for:
11/14-11/16 Weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, and one-time
2006 Suzuki 300, Don't have time to ride, occasions,
must sell, Low hours, modified carb.,. ,, Dnforquo .
WrfardtyV12iset6f'.tI'es "new. '$1,70: .' 584-5692 or 843-0407
Call 386-208-9109 11/7-11/16
11/9tfLD
Corn oneI O S s
1996 17' Pro Sport Center Console, all come all

$6,000. OBO. 584-7032 or 838-6169. Ask PERRY ELKS
for Steve. PERRY EL
10/26-12/5
"1995; 30' Travel trailer self contained
$4000. OBO. Call 223-3347.
11/16-11/23 C


25ft. Hunter Sail boat, 3 sails, aux motor,
auto pilot, very good condition. $2,500
Call 850-578-2075,
11/16-11/28

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28' Pont<
115 Horse
with New Galv
Glasstop Patio T
$4,
Ron Leggett,

For Sale: Perfect Hunting & Fishing MH,
69,000 actual miles, completely gone
through mechanically $4500 o.b.o. Call
850-584-9568.
11/14tBBS





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





AKC Great Dane, 2 female, micro-chip,
dew -claws removed. Full registration,
puppy starter kit. $400. Call 838-1038.
11/14-11/21

CKC Registered Pekinese puppies, 2
black and white males 12 weeks old. very
playful and cute. $400. Call Ann 578-2573.
11/14-11/1.6

Labrador Retriever puppies for sale (yellow
and black) AKC reg. $350/ea. call 672-
1336.
11/14-11/23
Free Cats and Kittens Call 584-6647.
10/1-11/28


MEE CAPITAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY
4RPET CLEANING
es in 3-4 hours

He Floors ~
et Odors~ --


4-CLEAN
584-2532) .

& VINYL
in and repairs done at a good
overhead. Direct savings to you.
s experience. 850-838-9050.
ave message,
R
kindle L.L.C. (licensed and
All types of remodeling: doors,
s, docks, painting, etc.
;ial & Residential. Call 850-223-
843-1941. If no answer, please
message, Over 20 years of
ie

AW- Share's
Carpet, Tile and Grout
Cleaning and Sealing
Call 850-838-2805 or
850-843-1639.




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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
Plaintiff,
CASE.NO. 07-442-CA
.vs.
DIVISION
FLORITHA H. WARE A/K/A FLORITHA H
BUGGS, et ol,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure
dated October 24, 2007 and entered in
Case No. 07-442-CA of the Circuit Court
of the THIRD Judicial Circuit in and for
TAYLOR County, Florida wherein WELLS
FARGO BANK, NA, is the Plairitiff and
FLORITHA H. WARE A/K/A FLORITHA H.
3ijr sc... 0i.rr. E i.0 '. -,-- -C L
A/K/A ISAAC W. WARE; -I11. -III. .
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS;
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA;, are the
Defendants, I will sell to :r,. rn .i-,-. ar ,'d
best bidder for cash at '11 i 11 .fi *:11
STREET ON THE FRONT STEPS OF THE
TAYLOR COUNTY COURTHOUSE at 11:00
AM,. on the 27th day of December,
2007, the following described property
as set forth in said Final Judgment:
LOTS 13, 14 AND 15 OF BLOCK 9 OF
QUINNDALE SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING
TO THE MAP OR PLAT OF SAID QUINNDALE
SUBDIVISION ON RECORD IN THE OFFICE
OF THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT,
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
A/K/A 410 WEST CHERRY STREET, PERRY, FL
32347
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date of
the LIs Pendens must file a claim within
sixty (60) -days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this
Court on October 25, 2007/
Annie M. Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk


NOTICE OF INTENT TO- USE UNIFORM
METHOD OF COLLECTING NON-AD
O0n B08t d VALOREM ASSESSMENTS
PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STATUTE
a Mercury 197.3632(3)(a) NOTICE is hereby given
Siler that the Board of County Commissioners
anized Traile.r of Taylor County, Florida will hold a.
-able with Chairs public hearing on the passage of the
.. I proposed Resolution TO establish,
000 Impose and Assess and Levy, non-ad
3300valorem assessment for the repairs and
386-294-3365 maintenance of the road right-at-woys,
.,, storm water maintenance facilities ano
street lights, in Cedar Island East
HOUSE CLEANING/YARD WORK Subdivision in Taylor County. The public
GREAT LOW RATES! hearing shall be held at the Board of
Get Yard and House work done at the County Commissioners Meeting Room
sometime*' at Taylor CounTy Administraoive
Get 3 hourshouseworkand3 hoursyard Complex, located at 201 E Green
frsothe1wora$70.uEvery Street, Perry, Florida 323.47, on
work for thelowprice of$70Evervi December 18, 2007 aT 6:35 pm. or as
additional hour $10 hour per service. soon 'here aof-er as possible. The i-le
Seniors Welcome! proposed resolution is.
Call 386-62-1954 after 6p.m. RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY
11/7tf COMMISSIONERS OF TAYLOR COUNTY TO
ESTABLISH,. IMPOSE. ASSESS AND LEVY
NEED CASH? NON-AD VALOREM ASSESSMENTS FOR
GOT JUNK? CEDAR ISLAND EAST SUBDIVSiON, FOR THE
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUCK? CALENDAR YEAR COMMENCING
I BUY SCRAP METALS!! JANUARY 1, 2008 AND ANNUALLY
850-838-JUNK(5865) THEREAFTER ON REAL PROPERTY LOCATED
State Certified Scales IN CEDAR ISLAND EAST SJBDIVISIOH,
8/1-12/28 TAYLOR COUNT'/. FLORIDA. STATING ThE
8 2 NEED FOR THE LEVY OF SUC-
NEED HELP? Excellent TLC for your ASSESSMENTS; STATING THE ,NTENfT OF THE
loved elderly. Cooking, light cleaning, COUNTY TO USE THE UT;FORM METOGD
shopping, errands. 17 years experience. FOR LEVY COLLEC-IGrA ANDLE
References available, 584ENFORCEMENT OF FNO-AD VALORE.
References available 584-5165 please ASSESSMENT ON AN AN.UA: BASIS:
leaye message. DESCRIBING THE BOUND.AES OF TH
11/14-11/16 REAL PROPERTY SUBJECT TO E'.


GULF COAST Aft



O IG lsJ Galvalume

Full line of 3 Wide
accessories in stock Painted

Special Flshings Made All Types Warranted Metal Available
Cut trr your desired lengths Deliverv Service Available
uCall Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, Fl.


I


EACH, ASSESSMENT: AUTHORIZING
WRITTEN AGREEMENTS NECESSARY
BETWEEN ,THE COUNTY AND THE
PROPERTY APPRAISER. THE TA).'
COLLECTOR, RESPECTFULLY, PROVIDING'
FOR COPIES OF THIS RESOLUTION TO BE'
MAILED TO THE PROPERTY APPRAISER, TAX.
COLLECTOR, AND THE DEPARTMENT OF
REVENUE OF THE STATE OF. FLORIDA; ,-
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE."
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2007.
In .the event any person decides to
appeal any decision by the Courty with
respect to any. matter.relating to the
consideration of -re- e .:.ir..i.:.-, or the
above-referencea pF ,t.i,: r -. ,, a
record of the proceeding may be
needed and in such an event, such
person may need to ensure that a
verbat m record of the public hearing is
made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence on which the
appeal is to be based. In accordance .
with the Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons needing a special
accommodation or an interpreter to
participate in this proceeding should
contact The Office of the County
Administrator at (850) 838-3500, seven
(7) days before the date of the hearing.
11/16, 11/21, 11/28, 12/5


NOTICE OF INTENT TO USE UNIFORM nereoy provi
METHOD OF COLLECTING NON-AD section 197.3i
VALOREM ASSESSMENTS of its intent to
PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STATUTE collecting n
197.-3632(3)(a) NOTICE is hereby given assessments
that the Board of County Commissioners incorporated
of Taylor County, Florida will hold a cost of Provid
public hearing on the passage of the commencing
proposed Resolution to establish, beginning on
Impose and Assess and Levy non-oad will consider th
valorem assessment for the repairs and electing to uS
maintenance of the rood right-of-ways, collecting suc
storm water maintenance facilities and by section 19
street lights, in Scallop Bay Subdivision in a public hear
Taylor County. The public hearing shall on Decembe
be held at the Board of County Chambers, 22
Commissioners Meeting Room at Taylor Perry, Florida
County Administrative Complex, state the nee
located at 201 E, Green Street., Perry, contain a le
Florida 32347, on December 18, 2007 at boundaries of
6:40 p.m. or as soon there after as to the levy.
possible. The title proposed resolution is: form of resolu
RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY legal descript
COMMISSIONERS OF TAYLOR COUNTY TO subject to the
ESTABLISH, IMPOSE, ASSESS AND LEVY Administrative
NON-AD VALOREM ASSESSMENTS FOR Jefferson Street
SCALLOP BAY SUBDIVSION, FOR THE interested pers
CALENDAR YEAR COMMENCING In the event
JANUARY 1, 2008, AND ANNUALLY appeal any d
THEREAFTER ON REAL PROPERTY LOCATED respect to or
IN SCALLOP BAY SUBDIVISION, TAYLOR consideration
COUNTY, FLORIDA; STATING THE NEED above-refere
FOR THE LEVY OF SUCH ASSESSMENTS: record of th
STATING THE INTENT OF THE COUNTY TO needed and
USE THE UNIFORM METHOD FOR LEVY person may
COLLECTION AND ENFORCEMENT OF verbatim reco
NON-AD VALOREM ASSESSMENT ON AN made, which
ANNUAL BASIS; DESCRIBING THE testimony and
BOUNDARIES OF THE REAL PROPERTY appeal is to b
SUBJECT TO LEVY OF EACH ASSESSMENT; with the Amer
AUTHORIZING WRITTEN AGREEMENTS persons n
NECESSARY BETWEEN THE COUNTY AND accommodate
THE PROPERTY APPRAISER, THE. TAX participate, in
COLLECTOR, RESPECTFULLY; PROVIDING contact the C
FOR COPIES OF THIS RESOLUTION TO BE seven (7) day
MAILED TO THE PROPERTY APPRAISER, TAX hearing.
COLLECTOR, AND THE DEPARTMENT OF DATED this 131
REVENUE OF. THE STATE OF 'FLORIDA; . By Order of:
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Emily Weed Ke
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2007 City.of Perry, Fl
In the event any person decide- to 11/16
appeal any decision by theC 'c.jr,. r, ... -
. .: ,T~:.K.:: nj r-. r .-.-. .-.t..J h,-,. :.lr, c
a b0 vere terednc13 P1e04 h'" 'Ty", r E
Record of the proceeding may be PROVIDING
needed and in such an event, such PROVIDING
person may need to ensure that a SERVICES
verbatim record of the public hearing is' Taylor Count
mode, which record includes the hereby provi.
testimony and evidence on which the section 197.36
appeal is to be based. In accordance fits intent to
with the Americans with Disabilities Act, collecting ni
persons needing a special assessments
accommodation or an interpreter to unincorporated
participate in this proceeding should the cost of
contact the Office of the County services comr
"Administrator at (850) 838-3500, seven Year beginning
(7) days before the date of. the hearing. County will cc
11/16, 11/21, 11/28, 12/5 resolution elect
method of co
S .authorized by
Pursuant to Section 2.13(B) of the City Statutes, at a
Charter of the City of Perry, Florida, at 6:50 p.m. o
notice is hereby, given that the 'City t;ie Taylor
Council had Introduction and First Complex, 201
'Reading on Ordinance No. 855 and 32347. Such res
Ordinance No. 857 on November 13,' for the levy a
'2007 in the City Council Chambers, 224 description of
,S. Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida. The property subje
Public Hearing and Final Reading on, the proposed
Ordinance No. 855 and Ordinance No. contains the le
857 is scheduled for the City Council property subje
Regular Meeting,. Council Room 224 S. at the at
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida ,on ."Location_of_
November 27, 2007 at 6:30 p. m or as Administrative
soon thereafter as possible.. Any Street, Perry,
interested persons may appear and be' persons are inv
heard on the aforementioned public In the event
hearing date. Notice is also given, appeal any de
pursuant to Florida Statutes 286.0105 that respect to an
any person deciding to appeal any consideration
decision of the City Council with respect above-referer
to any matter considered at the record of th
meeting will need a record of thoa needed and
meeting and may need to ensure that person may
a verbatim record of the proceedings is verbatim reco
made; which record includes the made, which
testimony and evidence upon which testimony and
the appeal is to be based, appeal is to b
ORDINANCE NO. 855 with the Amer
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OFPERRY. persons n
FLORIDA AUTHORIZING THE accommodate
CONVEYANCE OF PUBLIC LAND, participate in
PROVIDING COVENANTS. CONDITIONS contact the
AND RESTRICTIONS FOR THE USE OF Administrator
PUBLIC LAND, AND PROVIDING FOR (7) days before
PERPETUAL EASEMENT FOR UTILITIES, AND DATED this 5th
PROVIDING EFFECTIVE DATE. By Order of:
ORDINANCE NO. 857 Malcolm V. Pt
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE Board of Court
NO 835 DATED FEBRUARY 27.-'2007. All Taylor County
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PERRY. 11/16. 11/23 1


FLORIDA AUTHORIZING THE
CONVEYANCE OF PUBLIC LAND.
PROVIDING COVENANTS, CONDITIONS
AND RESTRICTIONS FOR THE USE OF
PUBLIC LAND, AND PROVIDING FOR
PERPETUAL EASEMENT FOR UTILITIES.
PROVIDING FOR THE SEVERABILITY OF THE
PARTS HEREOF IF DECLARED IN/ALID.
REPEALING ORDINANCES II CONFLICT:
PROVIDING FOR READING 3Y TITLE ONLY,
AND PROVIDING A'I EFFECTIVE DATE
Copies of soad Orcinance No. 855 and
Ordinance 'Jo. 857 may be insoec'ed
o- -he Amr.init'ro'ion Office of C:'y Hol.,
224 S. Jefferson, S-ree-, Perry. Florido
be-ween -he hours of 8 00 pm andc
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OF AARON WASHINGTON AND DELOISE
Dreby given pursuant to WASHINGTON:
of-the City Charter of the YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
Florida, that Ordinance No. quiet title on the following property in
)PTED by the City Council Taylor
r 13, 2007. County Florida:
NO. 854 Lot Six (6) of Block "B" of Bohonan
CE OF THE CITY OF PERRY. Subdivision according to the Plat
TING TO THE REZONING OF thereof of record in the office of the
N CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF Clerk of the Circuit Court of Taylor
ANT TO AN APPLICATION, Z- County, Florida.
PROPERTY OWNERS OF SAID has been filed against you and you are
AMENDING THE OFFICIAL required to serve a copy of your written
AS OF THE CITY OF PERRY defenses, if any, to it on G. CLINE
LOPMENT REGULATIONS; MOORE, the Plaintiffs' attorney, whose
FOR REZONING FROM address is 316 West Green Street, Perry.,-
(CONVENTIONAL) SINGLE Florida 32347, on or before December
SF-1) TO COMMERCIAL 14. 2007 (within 30 days of first
COD (CN) OF CERTAIN publication), and file the original with the
THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF clerk of this court either before service
ERRY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING on the plaintiffs attorney or immediately
TY; REPEALING ALL thereafter; otherwise a default will be
S IN CONFLICT; AND entered against you for the relief
N EFFECTIVE DATE. demanded in the complaint or petition.
wn Jr., Emily Weed Ketring DATED: November 14, 2007.
Mayor ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
BY: MARTI LAVALLE
Deputy Clerk
INTENT TO USE UNIFORM 11/16. 11/23. 11/30. 12/7
COLLECTING
)REM ASSESSMENTS
Perry, Florida (the "City") NOTICE OF INTENT TO USE UNIFORM
ides notice, pursuant to METHOD OF COLLECTING
532(3)(a), Florida Statutes, EMS TAX ASSESSMENTS
use the uniform method of Taylor County, Florida (the "County")
on-ad valorem special hereby provides notice, pursuant to
to be levied within the section 197.3632(3)(a), Florida Statutes,
area of the City, for the of its intent to use the uniform method of
ing fire protection services collecting non-ad valorem special
g for the Fiscal Year assessments to be levied pursuant to:.*
October 1, 2008. The City Section 125.271, Florida Statutes, within
he adoption of a resolution the entire area of the County, for the'
se the uniform method of cost of providing emergency medical
:h assessments authorized services and facilities commencing for
7.3632, Florida Statutes, at the Fiscal Year beginning on October 1.
ng to be-held at 6:30 p.m. 2008. The County will consider the
r 11, 2007 at the Council adoption of a resolution electing to use
24 South Jefferson Street, the uniform method of collecting such.
32347. Such resolution will assessments authorized by section
ed for the levy and will 197.3632, Florida Statutes, at a public
legal description of the hearing to be held at 6:55 p.m. on
f the real property subject December 18. 2007 at the Taylor
Copies of the proposed County Administrative Complex, 201
ution, which contains the East Green Street. Perry, Florida. Such
tion of the real property resolution will state the need for the levy
levy, ore on file at the City and will contain a legal description of*
ve Offices, 224 South the boundaries of the real property
et, Perry, Florida 32347. All subject to the levy. Copies of the
sons are invited to attend. proposed form of resolution, which
any, person decides to contains the legal description of the real
decision by the City with property subject to the levy. are on file
ny matter relating to the at the Taylor County Administrative
of the resolution at the Complex, 201 East Green Street, Perry,
nced public hearing, a Florida 32347. All interested persons are
ie proceeding may be invited to attend.
in such an event, such In the event any person decides to
need to ensure that a appeal any decision by the County with
)rd of the public hearing is respect to any matter relating to the
h record includes the consideration of the resolution at the
d evidence on which the above-referenced public hearing, a
be based. In accordance record of the proceeding may be
ricans with Disabilities Act, needed and in such an event, such
eeding a special person may need to, ensure that a
tion or an interpreter to verbatim record of the public hearing is
this proceeding should made, which record includes the
ity Clerk at (850) 584-7161, testimony and evidence on which the
s prior to the date of the appeal is to be based. In accordance
with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
th day of November 2007. persons needing a special
accommodation or an interpreter to
string, Mayor participate in this proceeding should
LORIDA contact the County Clerk at (850) 838
3506, Seven (7) days prior to the date of
the hearing.
DATED this 5th day of November 2007.
NTEN.T. TO USE UNIFORM By Order of:
L.' rG ~Malcolm V. Page, Chair, Troylor County
ri ::.. 3MENTS Board, of County Commissioners
FOR FIRE PROTECTION Taylor County, FLORIDA
11/16, 11/23. 11/30. 12/7
y, Florida (the "County")
des notice, pursuant to NOTICE OF INTENT TO USE UNIFORM
632(3)(a), Florida Statutes, METHOD OF COLLECTING
use the uniform method of NON AD VAIlOREM ASSESSMENTS
on-ad valorem special PROVIDING FOR '" AMAL MAINfENANCE
to be levied within the The Taylor Couity, FI nidao .- "County")
d area of the County, for hereby provides notice, pursuant 0o
providing fire protection section 19,7.3632(3)(a), Florida Statutes,
Imencing for the Fiscal of its intent to use the uniform method of
g on October 1. 2008. The .collecting non-ad valorem special
insider the adoption of a .assessments to be levied within the
acting to use the uniform unincorporated area of the County, for
)llecting such assessments the cost of providing canal
section 197.3632, Florida maintenance assessment commencing
public hearing to be held for the Fiscal Year beginning on October
on December .18, 2007 at 1, 2008. The County will consider the
County -Administrative adoption of a resolution electing to use
E. Green Street, Perry. FL the uniform method of collecting such
solution will state the need assessments authorized by section-
and will contain a legal 197 3632, Florida Statutes, at a public
the boundaries of the real hearing to be held at 7:00 p.m. on
9ct to the levy Copies of December 18, 2007 Taylor County
form of resolution, which Administrative Complex. 201 E. Green
*gal description of the real Street. Perry, FL 32347. Such resolution will
*ct to the levy, are on file state The need for the levy and will
the MERGEFIELD contain a legal description of the
Hearing" Taylor County boundaries of the real property subject
Complex. 201 E. Green to the levy. Copies of the proposed
FL 32347. All interested form of resolution, which contains the
'ited to attend. legal description of the real property
any person decides to subject to the levy, are on file at the
decision by -he County with Taylor County Administrativ, r:: mplex,
vy matter relating to the 201 E. Green Street, Perry, FL 32347. All
of the resolution at the interested persons are invited to attend.
nced public nearing, a in the event any person decides to
e proceeding may be appeal any decision by the County with
in such an event, such respect to any matter relating to the
need -o ensure that a consideration of the resolution at the
rd of the public neaonng is above-referenced -public hearing, a
h record includes the record of the proceeding may be
evidence on wnich the needed and in such on event, such
e based. In accordance person may need to ensure that a
icans wrh-Olsobilhes Act, verbatim record of the public hearing s
eeding a special made. which record includes the
ion or on inerpre-er to testimony and evidence on which the
his proceeding should appeal is to be based. In accordance
Office ol -he County with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
at (850) 833.3500. seven persons 'needing a special.*
s-he date of ne hearing accommodation or an interpreter to
day of liovemoer 2007 participate in this proceeding should
contact' the Office of the County
age. Choair, Talor Couny Administrator at (850) 838-3500, seven
nry Commissioners (7) days before the date of the hearing.
FLORIDA DATED this 5fH day of November 2007.
1/30. 12/7 By Order of:
Malcolm V. Page, Choir, Toylor County
Board of County Commissioners
!T COURt iT THE THIRD Toylor County, FLORIDA
:U:T 11/16, 11/23, 11/30, 12/7
/L"' COUrll. FLORIDA'
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