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March 20-21, 2

March 20-21, 2009


e V-":- the Tree Capital of the Soch i, : 1.:


Goodman's

target of

break-in
The Perry Police
Department is investigating a
break-in at Goodman's BBQ
Restaurant which happened
Tuesday night, March 17.
No further information is
available at this time. Anyone
with information regarding the
crime is asked to contact police
at 584-5121. Callers may
remain anonymous.


$20,000

in stolen

jewelry

recovered
An estimated $20,000 worth
of stolen jewelry was
recovered during an arrest last
week--and another $23,000
worth of jewelry remains
missing.
i The jewelry heist occurred
on Feb. 13, when unknown
suspects broke into Anthony's
Fine Jewelry & Gemstones on
North Jefferson Street.
The owner, Tony Hodge,
discovered the theft the next
day (Feb. 14) and reported it to
police.'
The suspects) entered the
building through a hollow core
steel door, investigating officer
Pti. Dave Gorby reported.
Orice inside, the suspects)
gathered several pieces of
jewelry, leaving not only the
inexpensive pieces, but also
some of the most expensive
items.,
"It appears that the burglars
took time in .selecting their
loot," he stated.
The stolen items included
wedding sets, diamond
bracelets, pendants, rope
chains, silver chains and
gemstone rings reaching a total
value of $43,070.
A silver chain taken during
the robbery surfaced at another
retail store; the owner said he
Please see page 2


Vandals

destroy park

bathrooms
The City of Perry is looking
for ways to secure the
bathrooms at Gerald Walker
Park and protect them from
vandals.
At last week's city council
meeting, City Manager Bob
Brown reported that unknown
suspects had broken into the
restrooms and destroyed all of
the fixtures.
"They are completely
unusable," Brpwn said.
Brown estimated that repair
costs would be $800 and noted
that "we have replaced all of
the fixtures four times in the
last year. During the break-in
previous to this, the suspects
set the bathrooms on fire."
The city started locking the
doors to the bathrooms when
the park was closed; however
in this latest incident "they
broke the locks and then
destroyed the bathrooms."
Councilman Sylvester Harris
asked that Brown and city staff
bring back a recommendation
for better security measures for
the bathrooms at the next
council meeting.
"A lot of families and
children use the park. I would
hate to see something that just
a few are doing mess it up for
everyone else," he said.


New coach outlines his

expectations to students


About 70 Taylor County
High students got to hear what
new Head Football Coach
Shane Boggs is expecting from
them at a meeting Wednesday
afternoon in the TCHS
gymnasium.
And each walked away with
an orange Bulldog t-shirt that
says "I Will" on the back.
The "I Will" shirt is to help
remind the youngsters of the
three things Boggs expects of
them.
"Number one: they vill put
forth great effort in the
classroom; two: they will
promote, a positive image of
our football program and our
school; and, three; they will
prepare to win," the coach said.
Boggs, who began work here
Wednesday, replaces former
Bulldog Coach Price Harris.
He said his first day at TCHS


went well.
"There's a bunch of people
excited about improving the
football program here. I'm
excited too," he said.
Boggs comes to Taylor
County from Brookwood
School in Thomasville, Ga.,
where he led his team to a state
championship in 2007.
Boggs' 2007 squad went a
perfect 13-0 to capture the AA
State title. His team went 9-4 in
2006 and 6-5 this past season.
He became head coach at
Brookwood in 2003 after a
two-year stint at North Florida
Christian (NFC) in Tallahassee
where he served as assistant
head coach ,and defensive
coordinator. NFC won a state
championship in 2001 and has
been a regular on the Taylor
"* Please see page 2


New Taylor County High Coach Shane Boggs talks with several students during a
meeting with potential football players Wednesday. Some 70 students turned out
for the meeting.


To purchase new equipment



County okays $2.2 million for DMH


DMH interim CFO Bill Brynes outlines a business
plan to illustrate how the purchase of new equipment
will benefit the hospital.


Ta lor County
Commissioners agreed
Tuesday night to use $2.2
million in excess sales tax
revenues to purchase new
radiological equipment for
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
iDMHNi.
They %ll also pay off a
$500.000 LISDA equipment
loan dating back to when the
hospital moved to its new
building...
Commissioners held a public
hearing to consider the request
from hospital officials, with
employ ees and hospital
supporters filling the board
room and spilling into the
hallhtay.
After about an hour of
discussion, during which tithe
DIvH Board Chairman Joe
Collins stated the hospital


"can't survive without this
equipment," the board voted 4-
0 .to approve a motion from
Commissioner Malcolm Page
to spend the excess funds.
Commissioner Lonnie Houck
abstained from voting,
explaining his wife is
employed at the hospital.
DMH interim CFO Bill
Brynes began the hearing by
explaining' the hospital's
.need for the, three pieces
of equipment--a digital.
mammogram machine, a CT
scanner and an MRI. .
According to a business plan
presented by Brynes, the
hospital expects to make
$915,000 in net revenues in the
first year with the equipment.
In the second year, that number
would be $660,000--the lower
number is due to maintenance


contracts.
Brynes said the new
equipment would require no
new employees.
"In an effort to maintain and
improve the quality of medical
care to the citizens of Taylor
County, DMH is requesting
your consideration to use the
excess sales tax,"'Brynes said.
"This new equipment will
assist in not only maintaining
current revenue, but -will
-increase revenue by pro' iding
additional medical services to
the community:".
Brynes explained the current
situation with each piece of
equipment and listed the
benefits of each.
"The present mammo
equipment was placed in DMH
-* Please see page 6


Commission silences noise ordinance


A proposed countywide
noise. ordinance was tabled
indefinitely Tuesday night,
after the Taylor County
.Sheriff's Office asked
commissioners to give them
mqre time to use already
existing laws to solve county
noise complaints.
The ordinance, which would
have regulated noise


throughout the unincorporated
area of the county, was
proposed after a couple
complained to commissioners
that their neighbor was
frequently mud-bogging on the
property.
At the time, they said they
had been told by a TCSO
deputy that there was nothing
the department could do with


the current laws on the
books.
At Tuesday's' public hearing,
however, Capt. Richard
Johnson spoke to
commissioners, said the TCSO
was working with the state
attorney's office to try to solve
the matter with the state breach
of peace statutes. ,
"We feel we can handle this


situation without this
ordinance," Johnson said.
"[The ordinance] can come
back later if this doesn't work."
When asked what
commissioners should do if
they receive complaints from
residents over noise issues,
Johnson said, "We would like
them to call us and let "us
respond to it."


Commissioner Malcolm
Page said he was comfortable
with tabling the ordinance, but
did not want to outright
vote it down, because the
issue could return if the
problem in question was not
solved.
Commissioner Pat Patterson
seconded and the measure
passed unanimously.


Taylor County was well
represented during the United
Way of the Big Bend's
(UWBB) thank you celebration
held Wednesday, marking the
close of its 2008 campaign.
Two local campaigns were
recognized during the event,
which was held at Chez Pierre
in Tallahassee. BIS Frucon
Industries was named the Most
Improved Neighboring County
Campaign. The company and
'its employees almost doubled
their giving this year, raising
their total from $14,217 to
$28,396.
Florida Gas and
Transmission was named the
Outstanding Neighboring
County New Campaign, with
75 percent participation among


employees in its first year.
Additionally, Mark
Wentworth from BIS Frucon
Industries was one of three
people named as the
campaign's Outstanding
Neighboring County
Volunteers.
Joining him were Deanna
Samaha from Nestle Waters in
Madison County and Donnie
Gay from Apalachicola State
Bank in Franklin County.
"It's because all the
employees stepped up,"
Wentworth said of his award.
"That's who we need to
recognize."
"It's a good testament to the
energy of the people we have
"* Please see page 2


The United Way of the Big Bend campaign came to a close Wednesday during a
celebration event in Tallahassee. Among those recognized included were Taylor
County businesses and individuals. Shown above are (from I to r): UWBB
Campaign Chair Bill Montford, Campaign Associate Glenda Hamby, Taylor County
Campaign Co-chair Dan Simmons, Edwina Miller, Mose Baldree, Mark Massey,
Mark Wentworth and David Tweedie.


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TV listings ...
Looking Back
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$6.5 million

raised in during

Big Bend campaign


UNITED WAY
Continued from page 1
involved on this and that they
believe in this," said David
Tweedie with BIS Frucon
Industries.
Other local companies
recognized were Buckeye
Florida, which received the
Excellence Award for raising
more than $50,000; BIS Frucon
Industries, which received the
Chairman's Award for raising
between $25,000 and $49,999;
Foley Timber & Land and the
Taylor County School Board,
which received President's
Awards for raising $10,000 to
$24,999.
Those receiving Gold
Awards ($5,000 to $9,999)
included Doctors' Memorial,
Fairpoint Communications and
Lance, Inc. Silver Awards
($2,500 to $4,999) were given
to Buckeye Community
Federal Credit Union, the Boys
and Girls Club of North Central
Florida, Capital City Bank,
Florida Gas and Transmission,
Gilman Building Products,
M.A. Rigoni and Tri-County"
Electric Co-op.
The Taylor County United
Way campaign raised the most
of the surrounding counties--
$236,039--which is $1,500
more than what was announced
several weeks ago when the
team placed the final slice on
the Life Saver meter at. the
county courthouse.
According to Campaign
Associate Glenda Hamby, the
campaign received; several last
minute "surprise" donations,


which helped boost the total.
"It was great," Hamby said
after Wednesday's celebration
event. "Even in the economic
downturn, Taylor County
recognizes what it means for
neighbors helping neighbors."
She added that many of the
donations came in small
amounts, not a few large ones.
"It's about a lot of people
giving a little."
Among UWBB's
surrounding counties, Gadsden
County was the next highest
with $161,000, followed by
Madison County with
$117,148, Wakulla County
with $94,000, Jefferson County
with $54,000, Franklin County
with $24,000 and Liberty
County with $8,000.
All together, including Leon
County, citizens throughout the
Big Bend raised $6,550,912.
"At a time when so many
people are facing financial
challenges, the 2008 United
Way campaign is a testament to
the character of our
community," said 2008 UW.BB
Campaign Chair Bill Montford.
"The generous people of the
Big Bend have contributed
over $6.5 million to care for
those in need."
While this total fell short of
last year's $7.2 million, UWBB
representatives expressed how
grateful they were to the
thousands of supporters for
their contributions.
"Over 1,000 businesses,
governmental agencies and
private foundations
participated, demonstrating
that giving through United Way


'.


Way,


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32 bracelets, 26 rings recovered


STOLEN JEWELRY
Continued from page 1


discovered the following items:
an Activia watch still in the
box, two bags containing


had purchased the necklace bracelets and chains as well as
from a man identified as several rings.
Damon Houston,, 18. Once inventoried, the
Det. Dwight Norris joined recovered goods included one
Gorby i.n the investigation and. watch. 32 assorted bracelets. 16


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suspect (Houston) was
involved in a hit-and-run traffic


crash.
Houston was arrested on
traffic, charges and taken to the
Taylor County Jail. When
questioned about the jewelry
store burglary, he denied any
knowledge of the incident and
stated that his mother had given.
him the necklace (whickhe had
later sold).
Additional investigation led
police to the home of Houston's
former girlfriend, who told
them that she had "thrown him
out."


She
search
which


also consented to a
of her home, during
Gorby and Norris


charms and 26 rings with a total


value of more than
$20,000.
The jewelry store owner,
Hodges, was able to identify all
of the items (except for one
silver chain) as being his
property.
Houston %kas charged with
burglary and grand theft. y,
burglary and grand theft. ,


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Want to play college ball?


Boggs has the connections


is not a donation to a charity--
it's an investment in our
community," Montford said.
"United Way leaders and key
volunteers want the true story
of this year's community
campaign to be heard, and
that's one of the main reasons
we are here tonight. It has been
about people and organizations
stepping up to care for others
and doing what they could do
through gifts of time or money.
Thousands of people
throughout the Big Bend made
a pledge this year during one of
the toughest economic times in
our history."
"We partner with hundreds of
people throughout the year to
accomplish a myriad of efforts
that strengthen ,,our
community," said Heather
Mitchell, UWBB resource
,development, vice president.
"We couldn't do it without
them. We are so pleased to be
able to honor these companies
and individuals who not only
made a huge investment' in
their community, but made it
with a statement of strong
support!"
"The bottom line is that more
people in our community need
help more than ever before, and
we're not going to be able to do
as much for them as we'd like,"
said Ken Armstrong, UWBB
president. "But with the slow
economy and attention
surrounding the elections, I
think this is a year where the
campaign would have to be
'graded on a curve!' We'd give
the campaign a solid A in that
case."


watching college football, football practice will likely get
"I also enjoy letting people underway around the first of
make fun of me hunting and May. He said the start-up date
fishing," he said. depends on scheduling for the
The coach said spring spring game.


WILL
Continued from page 1
County High schedule for the
past several years.
Boggs told Wednesday's
group that 31 of his former
players have gone on to play
college football, most on full
scholarships.
"I told them that if their goal
is to play on the college level, I
have the connections to help
them accomplish that," ihe
said.
Boggs and his wife Christa
have three young children and
are currently in the process of
signing a contract on a home
and moving to Perry.
He said his wife is also a
teacher and a coach, but is
currently a full-time mom and
plans to stay. home for several
more years.
When he's not coaching high'
school football, Boggs said he
enjoys playing golf and


Bulldog football


players are ready to win.


Scholarship deadline
Today (Friday) is the deadline to submit an application for a $1,200
scholarship offered through the Florida State Association of
Supervisors of Elections. Contact the elections office at 838-3515.


What should happen to old DMH?


Citizen complaints,. home
rule and the old Doctors'
Memorial Hospital building
will be some of the subjects
discussed at a Taylor County
Commission workshop next
week.
The session is scheduled for
Tuesday, March 24, at 3 p.m. at
the Courthouse Annex on
Green Street.
This month's agenda
includes:
The board to discuss
municipal service benefit units
(MSBU) and municipal service
tax units (MSTU);
The board to .,discuss
guidelines and policy
development regarding
citizens' complaints against
other citizens;
The board to discuss home
rule authority, implications and


options;
The board to discuss plan
and budget considerations
regarding old hospital building;



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The board to discuss 2010
budget guidelines, board input,
draft CIP, and budget
calendar.


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March 22
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Living


A-3 Perry News-Herald March 20-21, 2009


m Support, information,coping skills

What services does the ACS provide?


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Ben Mangum, Vanessa Wood
On April 18


Beachfront vows


will unite couple
Clint Wood and Anissa Erickson announce the engagement of
their daughter, Vanessa Wood, to Ben Mangum, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Mack Mangum.
A beachfront wedding is planned April 18, 2009, at Bird Island.
No formal invitations will be issued, but all family members and
friends are invited to attend the 2 p.m. ceremony.

PWC Bingo...tonight!
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The GFWC-Perry Woman's
Club's monthly luncheon
mfieeting was held March 11, at
the club house.
President Jessica Turnmire
led the meeting which began
with the Pledge of Allegiance,
invocation by Doris Lepoma,
and recitation of the "Collect"
authored by Mary Stewart.
Luncheon hostesses included
Chairperson Joanna Ter Maat,
members Allie Jean LaValle,
Nancy Joyal, Ruby Ellis, Jo
Curry, Nancy Hendry and
Jeanne Raulerson.
Christina Downer, of the
Tallahassee regional office of
the American Cancer Society
(ACS), was the speaker of the
day with patient services as the
topic. She emphasized:
The Cancer Resource
Network which is a free
network of information, with
day-to-day help and emotional
support for the cancer journey.
Cancer specialists are available
24 hours a day, 7 days a week at
1-800-ACS-2345.
Programs such as "Reach to
Recovery," a breast- cancer
support program where breast
cancer survivors offer strength
and resources to patients just
diagnosed; "Man to Man," a
prostate cancer group for
patients, family and friends
which meets on the last
Tuesday of each month from 7-
8:30 p.m. at Capital Cancer
Center, 2003 Center Point
Blvd., Tallahassee; I Can
Cope" a, program of
educational classes that offer
reliable information, peer
support and practical coping
skills. Patients, family,
caregivers and friends are
welcome. (Please contact ACS
for class schedule.)A' '
She also told about the


ri..,iPe Perry woman s LIuD %Ujoin forces witune rerry Shrinm e ," k Gd, FeelGood"
Club tonight, March 20, to present a Bingo Night with all proceeds program, where women
benefitting Heifer International. undergoing cancer threaten
The event will be held at the Shrine Club located at 1050 undergoing cancer treatment
Courtney Road. The games begin at 6 p.m. with a snack bar can learn make-up and hair
featured. techniques from a licensed,


Play golf April 17
Begin planning now...to play golf
on Friday, April 17, and benefit
Perry's Refuge House. The cost is
$75 for single players, $300 for a
team of four, or $400 for a team of
four with a hole sponsorship.
Please call 223-3555 for details.


TAYLOR-MADE PHOTOGRAPHY


BY LAURIE


LILLIOTT


New Shipment
Just Arrived

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Christina Downer, ACS
Christina Downer, ACS


trained cosmetologist. The
sessions are at Capital Cancer
Center from 12-2 p.m. and at A
Woman's Place from 11:30
a.m.-1:30 p.m. Lunch is free at
each session; for available
dates, please call 1-800-ACS-
2345.
The Taylor County Relay for
Life will be on May 15-16 and
the contact person is Tanya
O'Neal, 850-584-4460.


Downer urged support of this
family-oriented event.
"We want everybody to enjoy
the camaraderie and also help
raise funds to support the
programs and services of the
ACS."
' The next monthly luncheon
meeting will be held at Events
in Magnolia Room on
Wednesday, April 8, from 12-1
p.m.


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Friday, March 274
11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.
Forest Capital Museum State Park

* Come join us for a community walk and enjoy
an area unique to Taylor County!

* Visit the historic "Moon Tree."

* Bring your children to enjoy the playground.

* Walk at your own pace!

* Visit our health information tables!

* join us during your lunch break!

* Register to win FREE exercise equipment such as
treadmills, elliptical machines and stationary bikes


For more information call (850) 584-5087, ext. 193


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Sports


A-4 Perry News-Herald March 20-21,2009


Keaton Beach


Fishing Report



Fishing heats up along

Taylor County's coast


BY PAT MCGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
The trout fishing was simply
outstanding this past week and
weekend.
I fished with Ray Carlile of
O'Brien Wednesday and we
limited out in less than four
hours. We threw live pinfish,
five inch Assassins under Cajuns
unweightedd and on jigs) and
some plugs. We caught fish on
all of it!
Kevin Badgett was down from
Griffin, Ga., with his son Cody
and they caught over 100 trout
each day for four days straight.
I fished with them Thursday and
we caught our fish on Assassin's
five inch flukes in Goldfish,
Clear/Gold, Chandeleur Isle and
Chicken-on-a-Chain. Kevin said
the Goldfish remained his best
color and fished it right on thru
the weekend. When I saw him
on Friday, the pair had caught
over 130 trout. Kevin releases
everything.
I had three fish over 20 inches
and 15 trout Friday for Terry
Haney, Trevor Penland and
Curtis Jackson all of Valdosta,,
Ga. We caught the larger fish
on Assassin five inch Goldfish
and P.T. 2000 shads rigged un-
weighted on a 5/0 offset worm
hook. Terry had our largest
S (23-plus inches) trout on a
jerkbait. We moved out later and
rigged Cajuns and Assassin five
inch combos to finish the three
limits.
Saturday, I had Leigh and
Jogn Turner from up Atlanta.
1 a) and h'e had our limit "o(f
1.5 trout catching 13 keepers in
San hour and forty minutes on
the first flush of the incoming
tide. We were in 4-5 feet of
waterusing live pinfish under
Cajuns.
Here are some reports from
last week and this week. from
Keaton Beach Marina:
March 6-9
iDanny Geardon' with Torrie,
Deborah and Chuck Green of
Madison had 10 trout .from 3.5
feet using Gulp New Penny.
Troy Holloway from Alachua

Basketball

banquet Sat.
The Taylor County High
boys and girls basketball teams'
will be honored this Saturday
at the Bulldogs annual awards
banquet.
The event will get underway
at 6:30 p.m. at the Catholic
Parish Hall on U.S. 19 S.
For more information,
contact Taylor County High
School at 838-2525.


FA


had his limit of trout using Jerk
Shad in 3 -4 feet of water.
Jeff Wainright and Mike
Huckaby had their limit of trout
and five (5!) flounder using Gulp
in 2-4 feet of water.
David Bailey and Wayne
Blanton of Calhoun, Ga., had 28
trout in three days fishing with
cutbait.
Craig Hutchinson, Allen
Dowe and Lee Boatenreiter of
Valdosta had their 15 trout (one
at 24 inches, smallest 18 inches)
with one red and a flounder
kicker fishing 3 feet of water
with New Penny and Rootbeer
gold Gulp.
Charles Miller of Perry had 4
trout and a blue fishing 4 feet of
water using Gulp.
March 12-15
Barney and Will Spivey of
Douglas, Ga., had 16 trout and
kept 15 using a chrome Cordell
Redfin in 3 feet of water.
Charles Miller' and Davy
McElwain of Perry had ten trout
and two blues using a Mirrolure
in 3 -4 feet of water.
Ronnie Woodall (RodBender)
with Alan. Bass had ten trout
with two over twenty inches
long from 4 feet of water using
Gulp New Penny.
Craig and Sherry Fletcher of
Perry had their 10 trout with 2
over 20 inches on live shrimp in
4-5 feet of water using a Cajun
Thunder.
Teresa and Dennis Cook
of Moultrie had 5 trout (2 at
24 inches) in 5 feet of water
hanging a New Penny Gulp
under a Cajun Thunder' "
Mike King of Thomasville,
Ga., fished three days and caught
20-25 trout with the biggest 23
inches in 2-6 feet of water using
Mango Ripple.
Kevin Brown of Hahira, Ga.,
had ten trout and 2 reds on plugs
in less than 2 feet of water.
Shay Young of Valdosta, Ga.,
fished with Gulp in five feet and
caught 9 trout on the 15th of
March.,


Community grant
City of Perry Recreation Director Glenn Ratliff (left) along with Kim Young (right)
of the TCHS Softball Boosters received a $1,000 Community Grant check from local
Walmart Manager Jennifer Beckham. The Walmart Foundation grant monies.will be
used for field equipment and improvements at the Taylor County Softball Complex
that is home to Taylor County schools' Bulldog Softball and the City of Perry Babe
Ruth Softball.

TCMS is 10-1 with 1 week left


The Taylor County Middle
School baseball team continued
to pile up the wins Tuesday with
a 10-1 victory on the road in
Madison. ,
Justin Folsom (5-0) got
the win on the mound for the
'Dogs, giving up just one hit
while walking five.
Garrett Murphy led TCMS at


the plate, driving in 3 r
hits. A.J. Parker had a h
and 3 RBIs while Jake S
and Dylan Harty each I
and an RBI.
The Bulldogs were
host Suwannee on Thui
Taylor County will
their season next we
home games against


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Middle School on Tuesday and
Florida High on Thursday.
PSA starts its

spring season


wrap up Foi the first time in many years,
-ek with the Perry Soccer Association is
Wakulla playing a spring soccer league
B,,w.., starting this Saturday at 9 a.m.
With more than 250 players
(ages 4-17) participating,
organizers are hoping to have
great season. Games will be
3.4 played on Monday, Thursday
0.0 and every other Saturday.


'Dogs top

Chiefland

After falling behind 2-0 at the
end of the first inning, the Taylor
County High baseball team
scored runs in each subsequent
inning to down Chiefland 13-2
Tuesday night in Chiefland.
The game was called after the
fifth inning due to the 10-run
mercy rule.
The win improved the
Bulldogs to 5-5 on the
season (1-0 in district) with
an important district match-
up coming Friday against
Hamilton County at, Perry's
Pace Field.
Tony Southerland pitched
two strong innings against the
Indians, giving up 3 hits and 2
walks while striking out 3.
Charlie Johnson finished
the game pitching 3 scoreless
innings. Johnson gave up two
hits and one walk while striking
out 3.
Caleb and Colby Murphy led
the Bulldogs at the plate with
each hitting 2-3 and driving in
one run apiece. Taylor Ratliff
also had two hits in four trips
to the plate, including a double.
Johnson drove in two runs
on one hit while Southerland
(double) and William
Wentworth each had a hit and
an RBI.
Friday night's game against
Hamilton gets underway at
7 p.m. It will be preceded by
the junior varsity game at 4:30
p.m.


Jayvee falls to Indians


The Taylor County High
junior varsity baseball team fell
to Chiefland Tuesday 10-4.
Top hitters for the Bulldogs
were Caleb Padgett 2-2
(double), Chad Hill 2-3
(double) Caleh Rhodes 2-3 afid


Will Tuten 1-2.
Colby Wilson started on the
mound for the Bulldogs.
TCHS will face Hamilton
County Friday at Perry's Pace
Field. The game is slated to get.
underway at4:30,pm.l:', mii,'i('


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When: March 21,2009
Where: Forest Capital Park
Time: 10 ani-2 pmz
, Cost: FREE!

. Live band, carnival games, obstacle course, rock wall, sticky wall,
,' dunking booth, free food, tobacco advocacy and prevention booths.
o Fun games and helpful information for all ages!
S Rock Wall
Stages & Stereos Band


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at the Taylor County Health Department.
nore information or any questions please call
584-5087 ext 135 or 121.
ticipants under the age of 18 must have a parent/guardian signature for the
wall waiver Waivers are available on the Taylor County Health Department
ab site: hllp:!iwww doh,.sate.fl us/chdTaylor/ and available on site the day of I
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Religion


A-5 Perry News-Herald March 20-21, 2009


Bluegrass band performs; prison ministry stressed


Katie Shelnut


Children's

chorus

charms

audience
Katie Shelnut, daughter of
Andrew and Stacey (Murphy)
Shelnut, performed with The
Pensacola Children's Chorus in
their first concert of the season.
"In Sacred Song," a choral
concert with the Pensacola
Symphony Orchestra, was
presented on Feb.22, to an
audience of more than 3500.
Guest conductor was Peter
Rubardt who has served on the
faculty of The Julliard School
and recently performed for the
Imperial Highness Princess
Hitachi of Japan.
From the opening text,
"Glory to God in the Highest"
to .the final "Hope for,
Resolution," listefiers were'
said to be struck by "'the beauty
and innocence of young voices
singing from the heart."
Choral directors Susan and
Allen Pote led the children
through music of the great
composers Mozart, Haydn,
Brahms and many others.
Children in the chorus are
selected through an audition
process. They are now
working on their "Showtime
2009" costumed,
choreographed Broadway
extravaganza which will be
performed on May 8-9 in the
Saenger Theatre in Pensacola.
Shelnut is the granddaughter
of Judge and Mrs. Stephen
Murphy of Perry. She has
performed on stage with the
Southern Gospel Quartet, The
Dixie Echoespdas irwel-lotsin,
locally with Crimson Flow.


Concert is Sunday
High Atmosphere Blue Grass
Band, in partnership with a
Colorado .based prison
ministry, Prayer For Prisoners
International (PFPI), is touring
the Florida Panhandle in March
with services scheduled in 16
prisons as well as a concert this
Sunday at Perry First Assembly
of God.
The church, located at 828
Julia St., will host the band at 6
p.m. Everyone is welcome.
Prayer For Prisoners
International, which began in
1987, now reaches prisons in
40 states and four countries.
PFPI will give a brief
presentation of unique mission
opportunities at the concert on
March 22.
"Recidivism (the rate of
released prisoners committing
another crime and returning to
prison) is reduced from a
national average of 65% to 3 to
8% when an inmate is involved
in faith-based' programs while
incarcerated," said a spokes-
person for the group. "Few
people realize that 95% of
prisoners will be released from
prison. In Florida, 30,000 are
released annually. They are in
our neighborhoods, work-
places, churches and on the
streets. Investing in prayer
and programs which can


OUR STAND


change prisoners' lives before
they leave prison can make our
communities safer and lower
the tax burden when they are
released."
You're invited to "Catch a
breath of Colorado mountain
air... "in Perry, on Sunday night.
More information is available
at the church: 584-7349 or
PFPI 866-576-7937 (ask for
Jan) or at www.Prayer
ForPrisoners.org.
Choir retreat
Little St. John Missionary
Baptist Church will have a
choir retreat on Saturday,
March 21, from 10 a.m. until 3
p.m. directed by Dr. Phillip
Combs. The public is invited.
On Sunday, Combs will be
speaker for the 11 a.m. service.
Hungry for fish?
The Catholic Youth Group is
sponsoring a fish fry Friday,
March 20, from 5 to 8 p.m. at
the Catholic Parish Hall.
Fish dinners will be available
for donations.
Men's Day Sunday
The community is cordially
invited to "join us in fellowship
and celebration of Men's Day at
Little Bethel A.M.E. Church on
Sunday, March 22, at 11 a.m."
That invitation comes from
the Rev. Vickie Mays, pastor,


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and Amos Bellamy, coordinator
of the event.
Keynote speaker will be Bro.
Donald Russell.
Walkers sing in
Steinhatchee
Steinhatchee United
Methodist Church will
welcome The Walkers on
Sunday, March 22, with a
concert beginning at 7 p.m.
Church presents
'Creation'
Triumph the Church' and
Kingdom of God will present
"Creation" on March 23
through March 29 with services
at 7:30 p.m. Monday through
Saturday. On Sunday, services
begin at 4 p.m.

Lenten devotion
Immaculate Conception
Catholic Church will hold a
Lenten devotion time on
Sunday, March 22, at 7 p.m.
featuring "recollection and
benediction." The community
is cordially invited to attend.

Come to St. Peter's
St. Peter's Primitive Baptist
Church will celebrate its
anniversary on Sunday, March
22, at 3 p.m. at the church.


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Vice Moderator Henry Durant
and the congregation of New
Hope (Pinetta) will lead the
service.
52 years to celebrate
Antioch Baptist Church
Mission will celebrate its 52nd
anniversary Sunday at 3 p.m.
Maggie Lewis Butler will be
the speaker; everyone is
invited.
Homecoming revival
A Homecoming Revival will


be held at Steinhatchee Revival
Center March 23-27 with 7:30
nightly services. The
Homecoming service is
planned Saturday, March 28, at
11 a.m. with dinner following.
Come hungry!
The ladies of St. Peter's|
Primitive Baptist Church will
be selling fish dinners on.-
Friday beginning at 11 a.m.
They will also sell breakfast
and dinners on Saturday at 8
a.m. and 11 a.m.


St. Johns Christian Fellowship

Sunday School 10 a.m. Wednesday 7 p.m.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Study/Prayer Meeting
Nur.cwr' ,aid Childr nit's Af, ronsrr Poi ided
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SUNDAY WEDNESDAY
Coffee 8:45 a.m. Memorial Hall Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
ii Sunday School 9:00 a.m. Youth Activities 6:00 p.m.
Traditional Worship 10:00 a.m. Choir 7:15 p.m.
THURSDAY Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
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Morning Worship 11 OOAM
Evening Worship 6 00PM
Wed Fami ly Dinner 5 30PM
S /dull Service 7 OOPM
Yc.uil .o Kcil's Service 7 OOPM


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a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and
the sin which so easily ensures us, and let us run with
endurance the race that is set before..."
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,,, y 'iews-Herald March 20-21, 2009



County to pay off $500,000 hospital equipment loan


$2.2 MILLION
Continued from page 1
when the new construction of
the hospital was completed,"
Brynes said. "At the time, the
equipment was probably state
of the art, but as time has gone
by patients, especially younger
patients, are requesting new
and improved healthcare
technology."
Presently the image is taken
and sent to Atlanta,, Ga., where
it is converted to digital and
then sent to a radiologist.
"All of this takes time," he
said. "DMH is not only losing


mammo utilization, but other
services that could be provided
by DMH."
The new equipment is
expected to bring the hospital
$21,000 in additional revenue
in the first year, combined with
$71,000 in reduced costs due to
eliminating the need for film
and chemicals.
According to Brynes, the
hospital's CT was installed in
2001.
"Not only is the CT slow but
there are constant problems
with breakdowns of the
equipment. These repairs are
very costly and affect the


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Free'Kick Butts'


carnival Saturday

It's time to kick butt, Taylor County! .
In celebration of "Kick Butts Day 2009," the Tobacco
Prevention Program at Taylor County Health Department will hold
a free Kick Butts Day Carnival Saturday, March 21, at Forest
Capital State Park, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Activities will include live bonds, carnival games, an obstacle
course, rock wall, sticky wall, dunking booth and free food, as well
as tobacco advocacy and prevention booths.
Local "celebrities" have volunteered to take turns in the dunking
)- booth, 'including Jonathan Mauk, Courtney Bethea; Wade
Goodman, Rick Patrick, Eric Byrd, Ben Meacham, Kyle Johnson,
Mark Wiggins, Da.iny Glover and Brian Curry.


patient's confidence in the
equipment at DMH. As CT
imagining comprises a major
revenue stream for DMH, these
revenues are being reduced due
to the lack of reliability of the
present CT equipment."
He added that the hospital
was looking for a CT that
would be upgradable, which
the current equipment is not.,
DMH does not currently
have a functioning MRI,
Brynes said. The hospital
purchased a used 1994 mobile
unit years ago, and it has been
out of service for about nine
months.
"It has been estimated that it
will cost about $20,000 to
$30,000 to repair it," he said.
"However, if DMH spends
$20,000 to repair the unit, it is
questionable how reliable the
unit will be and even then it
would be a 1994 low. end unit
that has failed the accreditation
process."
In addition to the financial
benefit to the hospital, Brynes
also pointed out that the
equipment could help DMH in
the recruitment of physicians.
During the discussion,
Commission Chairman
Rudolph Parker asked about a
series of recommendations
made by Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital officials earlier this
year about DMH. In the report,
fixing the CT and renting a
portable unit were listed before
buying a new one.
Brynes called fixing the unit
a "terrible mistake," reiterating


his earlier statements, and said
that the unit to be rented was
owned by TMH.
He and Collins said they
have been unsuccessful in talks
with TMH about the unit
despite several attempts.
Page said he wanted to see
the $500,000 loan balance
(originally it was
approximately $1 million) paid
off before the excess funds
were used for the equipment.
Unlike other liabilities at the
hospital, the county would be
responsible for the debt should
the hospital fail.
When asked, Brynes said he
felt he could purchase all three
pieces of equipment for the
remaining $2.2. million,
although some might be
refurbished pieces rather than
new.
Although Houck did not
comment much during the
hearing, he said he wanted to
see the county "spend the
money wisely" and wanted
more information, calling for a
workshop. He added that he
wanted a detailed breakdown of
how much each piece of
equipment would cost.
Brynes said he was not
comfortable stating exact prices
and companies in a public
meeting because it could affect
any deals the hospital might
receive.
"You're going to have to
make this work," Page said of
the $2.2 million total. "You are
committed to working within
your budget. I don't know what


else you could show me."
The bond council, which
oversees the bond through
which the hospital's
construction was paid, has
recommended that if the county
were to use the excess funds for
equipment, the county should
retain title and then lease the
equipment to DMH.
There was some question on
how this arrangement would
affect DMH's Medicare cost
report, and Biynes said he
would research the issue.
Another question was if the
county were to purchase the
equipment itself whether it
would have to follow the usual
bidding process.
Commissioner Pat Patterson
said she supported the hospital,
calling for everyone to "work
together," but said she needed
additional information before
voting. After confirming that
the bond council had approved


using the excess sales tax
money for equipment
purchases, however, she said
she felt comfortable with
moving forward.
After additional discussion,
Page motioned to use the funds
to pay off the loan and use the
remainder to purchase the
equipment. He also instructed
County Administrator Jack
Brown to research to see if the
county does need to retain title
and if the bidding procedures
would need to be followed.
"I didn't make this decision
lightly," Page said. "I feel
deeply in my heart that this is
the right thing for the county to
do."
Commissioner Mark
Wiggins seconded, and the
measured passed 4-0.
Following the vote, the
crowd erupted into applause,
with one woman shouting,
"Thank you Jesus."


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Community


B-1 Perry News-Herald March 20-21,2009



NFCC welcomes 500 for first

'Super Saturday' open house


Working on Curves...
Members of Beta Sigma Phi gathered at Curves last week for a program about the business' emphasis on
women's fitness. Members participated In a pared down version of the 30-minute Curves rotation which
combines strength training with cardiovascular activity. Babs Barton, second from right, who with husband
Scott owns the local business, guided Pat Coker, Sue Ellen Sullivan, Cheryl Kay Gregory, Hilda Armstrong,
Deborah Cooper, as well as Valerie Wiles and Susan Lincoln (not pictured), through the fitness routine. Perry's
Curves is among 10,000 locations with four million members worldwide.

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Sarabril an ackson grandparents Grad Nash Jr
Sarabrian Jackson grandparents Grady Nash Jr.,


Ihird tour
Robert "Lance" Gibson
was deployed to Iraq for
his third tour Feb., 23,
2009. He is a soldier
with Bravo Company,
115 B5B 1st BCT 1st
Calvary Division. He is
the son of Paul and
Connie -Gibson, and
grandson of. Ellene
Ricketson, all of Perry.


Sarabrian Jackson recently
graduated from the United
States Air Force Basic and
Technical training.
Airman Jackson completed
basic training and graduated
from Lackland AFB, located in
San Antonio, Texas, Nov. 21,
2008. While at Lackland, she
was chosen- by her squadron
and sergeant to be element.and
dorm leader.
Jackson completed and
graduated from technical
training March 4, as an air
maintenance technician at
Shepherd, AFB, in Wichita
Falls, Texas. She was chosen to
be airman leader at Shepherd.
Her family in Perry includes
her mother, Sherlitra Nash, a
sister, Lanique Griffin and


Lillie Gent and Eddie Jackson,
along with godparents Marvin
and Shavonne Graham.
Jackson is also the
granddaughter of the late
Archie Jackson.


Sarabrian Jackson


North Florida Community
College (NFCC) held its first
ever Super Saturday open
house March 7.
Officials said the goal of the
event was to showcase the
college's educational
opportunities and programs, to
show off the NFCC campus
and to assist college hopefuls
with the application and
financial aid process.
According to Mary Anne
Wheeler, dean of enrollment
and student services at NFCC,
the event was a huge success,
welcoming approximately 500
guests from NFCC's six-county
service area.
"Super Saturday was a
wonderful event that showed
our communities what we have
to offer," Wheeler said. "We
look forward to hosting Super
Saturday again next year."
Super Saturday offered a
myriad of opportunities for
future students and their
respective families, such as
rocket launches, planetarium
visits, blood pressure checks,
driving and firing range
demonstrations, free lunch and
the potential to win big with an
NFCC scholarship.
Scholarship recipients were
selected at the end of the day
from a pool of 146 high school
juniors, high school seniors
(and beyond) who registered
upon arrival.
Recipients of the $250
scholarships are Sylvia Tanner
of Hamilton County, Michelle
Underwood of Suwannee
County and Dayna Fields of
Madison County. The big
winners of the day, each
winning a $500 tuition
scholarship, were Madison
County residents Kendra
\Woods and Clu itopher \\ Wche.


Visitors also enjoyed campus
tours, a living history
presentation entitled "A
Window into the War" given by
NFCC history instructor Jay
Welch, live music
performances by the NFCC


music department, and a
"Dance, Dance Revolution" in
the NFCC library. By the end
of the day NFCC had enrolled
55 future students for
admissions for either summer
or fall terms 2009.


NFCC student Teresa McKnight with potential
Perry student Kenyatta Johnson along with Shakia,
Precious and Alice Fitchett.


Perry resident Eeverly Jones and NFCC Instructor
Dr. Greg Molnar work out a science experiment.


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B-2 Perry News-Herald March 20-21, 2009


Lots of racing, not much


mountain


I'm about .80 percent sure that I have seen
Disney's "Escape to Witch Mountain," first,
released to theaters in 1975. Since I wasn't born
until 1981, it would have been on video or on
television. It sounds like the kind of movie I
would have liked back then-and still do for that
matter. :t
The problem is, I simply don't remember it.
That probably helped Disney's remake of its-
classic, "Race to Witch Mountain," which hit
theaters last weekend, because .went in with few,
expectations or any nostalgic attachment to the
original.
The new version stars
Dwayne "The Rock"
Johnson as a Las Vegas
cabbie who unwittingly
picks up two extraterrestrial
visitors sending him on an
adventure while trying to
avoid intergalactic bounty
hunters and the federal
government. : AnnaSophia
Robb ("Bridge to
Terabithia") and Alexander I .:
Ludwig ("The Seeker: The 'F
Dark Is Rising".) portray
Sara and Seth, the two alien
children who have come
to Earth to find something
that might save their own
world. (Kim Richards and
Ike Eisenmann, the now
grown actors who played
the corresponding roles in
the 1975 original, both have
cameos in this film.)
SRounding out the principal cast is'arla Gugino
j("A .....l.c e' Dr.w Alex r. aA;,-iffnt
convinced aliens exist, and Ciarin Hinds, as
Henry Burke, the government agent trying to find
Sara and Seth.
As the opening credits roll for "Race to Witch
Mountain," we get a series of clips from actual
footage of purported UFO sightings sliced with
speeches made over the year about the same.
It's sufficiently creepy and really sets. the mood,
until the credits finish and we get a subpar special
effects sequence of a UFO crashing in the Nevada
desert. We then .get a quick glimpse of Burke
glaring around looking for our missing ETs and,
then we meet our hero, Jack Bruno. We learn he
has a history of trouble with a local gangster (a
side plot that never evolves and does nothing for
the overall story) and before he knows it, he has
two new fares, Sara and Seth.
From there, the action never stops as the trio,


new remake

and later foursome, race from one adventure
to another until we find ourselves at Witch
Mountain. The sequences are fun, although the
special effects are hit or miss, and much of the filrm,,
feels like an amusement park ride. Unfortunately,'
the film never takes its foot off the gas to give
the audience time to catch their breath or for the
characters to develop into anything more than set
pieces' to move around to keep the plot moving
forward as its breakneck pace. For example, we
are shown Burke's two assistants giving each
other apprehensive looks from time to time during
his almost Ahab-like pursuit of the, aliens, but this
is never developed.
The acting in the film is
passable. I doubt Johnson
thought this was the type of
films he would be starring
in when he folded away his
wrestling shorts and went
into acting, but he is good
at them. He has decent
comedic timing and a jovial
personality that makes the
audience want to laugh along
with him. The two children
actors have the unenviable
jobs of playing characters
who do not have a handle
on human emotions, so are
purposefully wooden for
much of the early portions
of the film. Robb is one of
the up-and-coming child
actresses and she gets to
show off near the end.
Speaking of the end, my biggest problem
with the movie is the titular Witch Mountain is

screenwriters put it in begrudgingly because
otherwise they would have had to change 'he
name. I don't know how big a part the mountain
played in the original, but I would assume it was
incorporated better than in this one.
Much of my complaints about the film are
ultimately academic, because the true target for
"Race to 'Witch Mountain," is children and they
should find plenty to enjoy in the 90-minute
adventure.There's little if anything objectionable
in the film, and it's one of the only family films
in the.market right now. The film doesn't let up
enough for parents to be bored, but the lack of
depth to the plot may make the final third drag.
"Race to Witch Mountain" is rated PG for
sequences of action and violence, frightening
and dangerous situations, and some thematic
elements.


Bluegrass season
Bluegrass stars Valerie Smith and Liberty Pike made a surprise stop in Perry Tuesday
to perform at the Perry Rotary Club. The performance will air on WSFD Channel 1 8
tonight (Friday) at 7 p.m. The group will be back in town in two weeks for the
7th annual Florida State Bluegrass Festival at Forest Capital State Park. For more
information about the festival, call the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce or
visit online at www.perryfl.com/bluegrass/.


Holland, Russia, Armenia


represented in Prima Trio


As the fourth in the 2008-
2009 five-concert Tallahassee
Artist Series, the Prima Trio
will deliver a "soul-stirring"
classical music performance in
Lee Hall Auditorium on Sunday,
March 22, at 2:30 p.m.
The trio formed in 2004
at Oberlin Conservatory and
went on to win the prestigious
Fischoff chamber music., prize
in 2007.- After .their February
performance in Palm Beach,
Greg Stepanich of the Palm
Beach Artspaper stated, "This is
a group that marries tremendous
technique to seamless ensemble,
and often puts it at the service
of little-known but worthy
repertoire, making a concert by
the trio not just entertaining but
enlightening."
Born in Baku, Azerbaijan, of
SArmenian l vdecenit/, ,.delarinIist
Boris Allakhvirdyan' grad&IlEd-
from the Tchaikovsky Moscow
Conservatory with a Bachelor
of Music degree with honors
in 2006 and from the Oberlin
Conservatory of Music with an
Artist Diploma degree in 2008.
.....anish-American violinist
David Bogorad received his
Bachelor of Music from the
Oberlin Conservatory of Music.
He has .been the recipient of
several awards", and prizes
at numerous competitionss
including: first prize' in the Jacob
Gade violin competition twice
(2000, 2002), second prize and
special award in the Oeresund
Soloist competition (2005,
2007), third prize in the National
Danish String Competition
(2007) and second prize in the


..The Prima Trio will perform at Lee Hall Auditorium on
the FAMU campus Sunday, March 22, at 2:30..p.m.
Sorantin Competition (2007). Viola and Piano, Opus 83 by
He plays a 1627 Amati violin Bruch, Trio for Clarinet, Violin
that was offered to him in 2008 and Piano by Khachaturian,
by the Augustinus Foundation. Stravinsky's l'Histoire du
Russian pianist Anastasia Soldat and Schickele's Serenade
Dedik graduated from the St. for Three.
Petersburg Conservatory with The concert begins at 2:30
bachelor and master degrees p.m. in Lee Hall Auditorium on
in 2004. and earned the the Florida A & M University
C-inservatory of Music:''Dedak-'-'avaiiable 'tor' the-.performance
has performed as a soloist and through' the FSU Fine Arts
featured pianist with orchestras Ticket Office at www.tickets.
in Russia, Germany, Italy, fsu.edu and by calling 850-224-
Greece, Slovakia, Poland, 9934. Tickets are priced at $30
Finland, Estonia, Holland and for adults and $10 for students.
the United States. She was a All performances are free to
first-prize winner of the 2006 students 12 and under.
Rovero d'Oro International The Artist Series 2008-
Piano Competition (San 2009 Season is sponsored
Bartolomeo, Italy), the Buono by the Tallahassee Memorial
and Bradshaw International Healthcare Foundation,
-Piano Competition (New York, Departments of Music Therapy,
2007) and the Asti International Arts in Medicine arid Pastoral
Piano Competition (Asti, Italy). Care, and is funded with grants
Her ddbut solo album was from the National Endowment
released in February 2008. for the Arts, the Southern Arts
The Prima Trio will perform Federation, the State of Florida
Mozart's Trio for Clarinet, Division of Cultural Affairs, the
Viola and Piano in E flat, K 498 Council on Culture and the Arts,
"Kegelstatt", five .selections and the Tallahassee Tourist
from Eight Pieces for Clarinet, Development Council.


MARCH 13-15,19-23
The Young Actors Theatre
presents "Charlie and the
Chocolate Factory" Follow
Augustus, Violet, Veruca, Mike
TV, Grandpa Joe, Willy Wonka
and Charlie himself, as they
discover the true meaning of
teamwork, self-confidence and
self-esteem. Tickets are $14 for
children (12 and under); $16 for
students and seniors; and $18
for adults and are available by
calling 850-386-6602. The Young
Actors Theatre is located at 609
Glenview Drive in Tallahassee.
For more information, visit www.
youngactorstheatre.com.


MARCH 22
The Tallahassee Artist Series
presents the Prima Trio at 2:30
p.m. in Lee Hall Auditorium
on the Florida A&M University
campus. The trio will perform
Mozart's Trio for Clarinet, Viola
and Piano in E flat, K 498
"Kegelstatt", five selections
from "Eight Pieces for Clarinet,
Viola and Piano, Opus 83" by
Bruch, "Trio for Clarinet, Violin
and Piano" by Khachaturian,
Stravinsky's "I'Histoire du Soldat"
and Schickele's "Serenade for
Three." Tickets ($30 for adults and
$10 for students) are available
online at www.tickets.fsu.edu or
by calling 850-224-9934.
MARCH 26-29
Florida State University Opera
presents Benjamin Britten's "A


Midsummer Night's Dream" at
7:30 p.m. in Opperman Music
Hall. Performances will be,
Thursday through Saturday at
7 p.m. and Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
Tickets are $25 for adults, $20
for seniors (62+) and non-FSU
students, and $12 for FSU
students. To purchase tickets,
contact the College of Music Box
Office at 850-645-7949 or www.
music.fsu.edu/tickets.


MARCH 28
The international Irish music
phenomenon, Celtic Woman,
will play in Tallahassee at 8 p.m.
at the Tallahassee-Leon County
Civic Center as part of their 2009
"Isle of Hope" tour. Tickets (priced
at $72.50, $49.00 and $38.75)
are available by calling 800-322-
3602 or visiting www.ticketmaster.
com. For more information, visit
www.tlccc.org.


MARCH 20-21
The 2009 Florida Wine Festival
will celebrate The Mary Brogan
Museum of Art and Science's
10-year anniversary. A reception
will be held tonight at 7 p.m. and
more than 5,000 are expected
for the family-friendly free
community-wide celebration
Saturday from 12 to 4 p.m.
Visitors to downtown Kleman
Plaza in Tallahassee will enjoy
food from featured restaurants,
hands-on activities for children
and free F've performances by


area musicians and artists.
For more information, visit the
festival's Web site at www.
thefloridawinefestival.com.
MARCH 21
The Steinhatchee Community
Projects Board presents
Deadman's Bay Billy Bowlegs
Scavenger Hunt and Spring
Faire, beginning at 10 a.m. The
scavenger hunt begins at 10
and lasts two hours. Food will
be available at 12 noon and a
duck race is scheduled at 1 p.m.
The event will be held at the
Steinhatchee Community Center.
MARCH 21
The Taylor County Health
Department will host the "Kick
Butts Day" Carnival to encourage
area youth to "stand out, speak
up and seize control against big
tobacco." The free event will run
from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Forest
Capital Park and will include a
live performance from Stages &
Stereos Band, carnival games,
an obstacle course, a rock wall,
a sticky wall, a dunking booth,
free food, tobacco advocacy and
prevention booths.


MARCH 20
Comedian and ventriloquist Jeff
Dunham brings his "Spark of
Insanity" tour to the Tallahassee-
Leon County Civic Center at 8
p.m. Tickets are $52.50 and can
be purchased by calling 800-
322-3602 or by visiting www.
ticketmaster.com.


'Stuart Little' scampers to ACV


The Arts In' Healthdcae at Robinette, featuring a mouse
Advent Christian Village (ACV) named 'Stuart who is born into
will host its seventh biannual an ordinary New York family.
Coffee Concert on Monday, His many adventures--both big
'March 23, at 10'a.m. in Rumph ',.and small--illustrate his ability
Dining Room. to "fight against odds" as he
The concert--a theatre accomplishes great feats.
production of "Stuart Little"-- One review stated, "Director
will feature the seven-member Jimmy Bickerstaff creates an
Valdosta State University Youth imaginative play that smoothly
Touring Group. Coffee, Hot tea keeps the laughs and delight
and pastries will be served prior coming. The acting ensemble
to the concert beginning at 9 a.m. plays many human and animal
The production--based roles in a series of delightful
on the E.B. White classic-- scenes that make up the
is an adaptation by Joseph marvelous maneuverings of a


mild-mannered mouse trying
to survive in a' 'real people's
world.'"
The ACV Coffee Concert
Series takes place on a biannual
basis and was established' in
memory of Mrs. Velma Wilcox.
The purpose of this memorial
endowment is "to specifically
support and foster daytime
music concerts that take place
at ACV, and they will be open
to the public at no charge."
For more info, please call the
Dick Grillo at (386) 658-5557,
or e-mail dgrillo@acvillage.net.






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B-4 Perry News-Herald March 20-21, 2009


Christopher and Leah James, current owners, of the historic Calhoun home
located at the corner of Quincy Street and Main, will host members of the Calhoun
family during a reunion this weekend in Taylor County.


At the behest of the
eldest member of the.
Calhoun clan--Dr. E.
Clayton Calhoun, 96, of
North Carolina--
extended members of
the family will gather
for a reunion in Perry
starting today (Friday).
Activities will include a
luncheon at the former
family -home Saturday
afternoon and dinner at
First United Methodist
Church later that
evening. Family and
_,-...friends are also invited
to attend services at the
church Sunday
morning. Dr. Calhoun,
grandson of John C.
Calhoun and a former
missionary in China,
preached his first
sermon at the church.
He was also president of
Paine College in
Augusta, Ga., and
worked in many
different advisory and
leadership capacities
for the Methodist
church headquarters in ,
Nashville, Tenn.


'Claytori Calhoun, May 9, 1914


Calhoun family's roots

run deep in Taylor Co.


Dougald Calhoun resided in Leon
County (Fla.) as early as 1843, when he
appeared on the tax roll for that county.
Based on information given to census
takers, he appears to have been born
around 1821. He registered in Florida's
first state election in 1845, casting votes
for state and U.S. representatives, and
for governor. Seven years later, still in
Leon County, his taxable belongings
included at least one slave, but no real
estate. His taxes that year reached an
unprecedented $1.10.
The 1850 United States Census shows
Dougald as the head of an all-male
household which included two
teenagers, Joseph and Thomas Gilbert,
and a blacksmith named W. Henry Clay.
The Gilberts seem to. have been
brothers, but their. relationship to the
Calhoun family., if any, has not been
established. In a.ny case, the boys were
closely associated *lth Dougald's family
for more than 35 years, and their births.
and the biJ-sl"S of" their children, are
recorded ~,Tcugald's family Bible.
In 1855,0tigald married Anna Maria
Martin, v~t is believed to have been the
daughteir''.f'Chiarles W. and Anne NIM.
Martin, .at.e4. of.South Carolina who
caine toQ.tlridaaound 1838. It appears
that Do4 iaad the Martin family had
been nii._'. Ilying near the north
shore .., 'Ike.ilarmonia. about a mile
south o: : Ftordad-Georgia state line.
The Maxn farned about 160 acres
there. w,, Dpuga.d made his living as
a wheelwigjt. .At .the time of his
marriage. hits possessions included no
land or slaves but he owned one silver
watch, for wlolih.aiewas taxed. Their
first children, 'l4"th ons, were born in
Leon County--Jo1i6W Calhoun in 1857
and James Nichols jlpalhdyin in 1859.
S, In mid-1860, Douigal4.iboughL 320
'acres of land in Jackson'C oitiity .
from the U.S. government. The"' tact,'
purchased for 25 cents per acre, was-
northwest of the city of Marianna. In
keeping with the terms of the land sale,
the Calhoun family lived on and farmed
the property, and two daughters were
born there--Mary Elvira Calhoun in
' 1861 and NYMargarei'"-ouisa Calhourl
(who died at one month of age) in 1864.
Mary Elvira. known as "Mamie," married
Zacharlah T. Towles in 1882 and lived,
in Bartow for many years.
No evidence has been found to
indicate that Dougald was involved in
the Civil War, but both Joseph and
;Thomas Gilbert, who had moved with
the Calhouns to Jackson County,
enlisted in the Confederate Army.
The Calhoun family relocated in
Walton County in 1868, and Douglad
registered and voted in the election of
that year. At the time, of registration, he
gave his birthplace as "United States."
(He consistently told census takers he


was born in North Carolina, once
indicating that his father was of foreign
birth. This seems to refute the family
tradition that Dougald was born in
Scotland.) Dougald appears to have
abandoned his career as a wheelwright
by this time, and instead raised cattle
and hogs on 160 acres of land in
Euchee Anna, a settlement made up
mostly of Scottish immigrants and Scots
descendants who came to Florida via
North Carolina. A son, William
Frederick Calhoun, was born to
Dougald and Anna during their stay in
Walton County.
An interesting, but unsubstantiated
story padsed down to John C. Calhoun
TIT. descibes the C a4C s' choice of
locations for.;-ttdi? %.me: Dougald
and family l'ia. TWa.ton County
around 1876 ani-ser (,their way to
Tampa. They had ar as Taylor
County when they meii,' elly family.
The Kellys. who had t.orne from
Tainpa. were headed nor id advised
the Calhouns that Tamp s "nothing
but swamps and mosqu' s"--not a
nice place to visit or ,Itve. This
description apparently cured Dougald's
*Tampa fever" and the Kellys and
Calhouns settled as neighbors right
where they were--in Taylor County.
The year 1877 was an eventful one for
Dougald and family. He and Anna Marie
gave the New Hope Church, whose
building had been previously built on
the Calhouns' property. the land on
which the church already stood.
Dougald and Anna woul. later be
buried in the church's. letery.
Dougald became the '. 's tax
collector in that ye rking in
conjunction with t sor Samuel
H. Peacock. (MI., ..'s daughter,
Nlaude, lat~ Dougald's son,
... .Another daughter,
JCalhoun, was born in
1877, and barely three months
later, their son, James, died at age 17.
Dougald continued as, tax collector
through 1878, but died in February of
the next year. Anna Maria lived out the
years before her death with her son,
John C. (alhoun and ^his wife, MaNI'
Hendry. Along with his own children,
John also took in. his younger sister,
Annie, brother William, Anna Maria's
sister Harriet "Hattie" Gilbert (Hattie
had married one' of the Gilberts--
Joseph--at the end of the Civil War), and
Hattie's three children. John C. and
William Frederick Calhoun lived in
Taylor County until their deaths-John
in .1919 and William in 1926. Mary
Elvira (Calhoun) Towles managed a
hotel in Bartow and probably died there
sometime around 1930. Annie Elizabeth
Calhoun married J.S. Collins in. 1901
and was living in Miami in 1919.
--Compiled by William H. Calhoun mI, 1989


glance at the past

since 1967, u as named the npw approval by .the school board,. '
coach at Taylor County High. The new coach was described
School, following unanimous as 3'7:, married to Pat. also a


xPerry March 20-21, 2009

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Member Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.


, Taylor County native, and the
father of three." .
A $14,500' salary was
awarded ,


GOOD NEWS FOLLOWED
BY BAD NEWS...
: Some. 1,091 students. were
evacuated from Taylor County
SHigh School when an
unidentified caller told school,
officials he had planted a bomb
in the building. The individual
placed a similar call to the'
Perry News-Herald.
Pure]N b\ coincidence,
Principal Arbutus Blankenship
said she had been planning to
call a fire drill that morning, so
she went ahead with her plans,
empty ing the school of students.
and teachers within two and a
half minutes. Law enforcement
searched the building and
found no bomb; classes
resumed withinn 20 minutes,
, Blankenship said.

FUN FAIR WASN'T FUN
Local. authorities closed
down the American Legion-
sponsored Fun Fair after a
number of complaints about
"flim-flam" operations.
A 29-year-old man who,
operated a game in which
play ers attempted to knock
over a display of metal milk
bottles, was taken into custody.


Investigators determined that assist'in the search. Except for
the ball which wvas provided for. scratches and abrasions, ,the.
the game weighed four ounces man .vas said to be in good
and the milk bottles -weighed condition by doctors at Doctors'
fourpounds. ,., Memorial Hospital and
released after treatment.


TEN DEER RELEASED
As part of Buckeye's wildlife
and land .use program, 10 doe
deer.. were purchased and
released in pairs on five sites
within Buckeye's hunting
permit area. According to
company officials, the deer
were purchased with funds
from hunting permit sales.

MICHIGAN MAN LOST IN
WOODS FOR FIVE DAYS
The article began this way,
"A Michigan man authorities
said had been out of contact
with his family for three weeks,
stumbled out of the woods near
Dead Man's Curve on the
Beach Road Saturday, after a
five-day ordeal most of which
he said he could not
remember."
, The man, an executive with
an auto parts manufacturing
company, said he got drinking
water from Clear Creek and
some unidentified man gave
him "moonshine or something"
to drink. He was found
wearing shorts made out of a t-
shirt, a windbreaker and a pair
of socks. His son, who said his
father had been under extreme
business and personal pressure,
arrived in Taylor County to


TWO BIG WEDDINGS
Large photographs
accompanied the wedding
write-ups of Deborah Jean
Simpon who married Mitchell
Earl Langford, and Carrie Gail
Vann who exchanged wedding
vows with Craig Benton Willis.
One engagement
announcement appeared,,
telling of plans for an April
wedding uniting Robin A.
Mixon and Michael A. Massey,

GRADUATES ALREADY
ANNOUNCED
Seniors who would graduate
in May were announced this
week by Principal Arbutus
Blankenship. The top grads,
earning summa cum laude


honors, included Richard Alan
Childs, Phillip Eugene
Saltsman, Lee Ann Culbreath
and Be. early Marie Tanner.

BLUE & GOLD NINE WIPE
OUT FLORIDA HIGH
Coach Lawrence Holt's high
school baseball team defeated
Florida High by a convincing
8-2 margin during their second
game of the season. Ralph
Morgan went the distance on
the mound for Perry.

TYPEWRITER RIBBONS
: ON SALE THIS WEEK
Typewriter ribbons were on
sale at the Perry News-Herald
for 49 cents, while they lasted.
Green turtle steak was $3 at the
Skylark Restaurant. Fresh
whole fryers sold for 43 cents
at the Piggyly Wiggly as well
as Sids Food Store. Corned
beef briskets were $1.49 a
pound, just in time for St.
Patrick's Day.


COKER GETS POST
Elmer Coker, coach at
Jefferson County High School


John W. Morgan
The birth date for John W.
Morgan was omitted from his
entry in the "They Were Here"
series. .His great, great
granddaughter was able to
provide that information...
April 23, 1883. Morgan was
featured on last week's
Looking Back "They Were
Here" column.


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Deadline is April 17


NFCC accepting applications for fall


North Florida Community
College's (NFCC) Allied
Health Department is now
accepting applications for its
fall term 2009 practical nursing
program.
Classes begin in August, but
now is the time to take care of
testing, application and program
entrance requirements.
The practical nursing


program prepares students to
plan and administer nursing
care to patients in hospitals,
extended care facilities,
physicians' offices, health-care
agencies and private homes.
After completing the program,
students are eligible to apply
to the National Council and the
Florida State Board of Nursing
for examination and licensure


as a licensed practical nurse
(LPN).
NFCC's practical nursing
program takes 11 months to
complete. Day classes are
Monday through Thursday, 8
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Clinical hours
vary and may include some
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Instructors are registered nurses
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State Board of Nursing.
The deadline to apply for
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enrollment is encouraged and
necessary to meet entrance
requirements. NFCC Allied
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Applicants must have a high
school diploma or GED, need
to submit an application for
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Services and take the TABE test
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The TABE is given regularly
at the NFCC campus and may
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For more information,
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nfcc.edu.
Financial aid and scholarships
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B-6 Perry News-Herald March 20-21, 2009


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Auction House Of Madison meets
every first and third Saturday of the
month. We will be having an auction
this Saturday, March 21, at 6:30 p.m.
1693 SW Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360)
Madison, Florida (850) 973-2959.
MASTERCARD, VISA AND DEBIT
CARDS, HEATED / AC-COMFY
SEATS. From Perry: Take RT 221 North
to CR 360 (SW Mosley Hall Rd) Turn
Right, go about 8 miles on the right.
AU691-COL. RON COX AB2490.
3/20PS


Huge Fundraising Yard Sale/Bake
Sale/Car Wash Saturday 8 a.m. ?
Pisgah Baptist Church, down Hwy. 19
North, beside the High Top. All
proceeds help send the children and
youth at Pisgah Baptist Church to
summer camp.
3/20

Yard Sale Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. -
? 3850 Charles Sadler Lane off
Roberts Aman. 584-6442 Furniture,
tools, beds, misc., home repair items,
clothes, pool/air hockey table, free dogs
to good home.
3/20

We Buy
Gold, Silver
Silver Coins
Old Paper Money
Don't sell your
Old Jewelry
at a yard sale!
Bring it to South House for
TOP DOLLAR!




Yard Sale to benefit the Taylor County
High School Art Club Saturday. 10 a.m.
until ?; Sun City Communications
(AT&T authorized retailer) 1708 S.
Byron Butler Parkway 584-8655.
Donations welcome; bring your own
table and join the sale. Space available.
3/20
Moving Yard Sale Friday and Saturday
(3/20 and 3/21) Everetts Mobile Home
Park Lot 225. Lots of good stuff!
3/20
Yard Sale Saturday, March 21, 405 W.
Folsom St. 8 a.m. 1 p.m. There will be
clothing for women, men and kids.
House goods, comforters and more.
Call 838-6149 for more information.
3/20
Yard Sale 837 E. Cherry Drive beside
schools. Several Family Sale.. Baby
items, adult clothes, household items
and more. Don't miss out. See you
there.
3/20
Yard Sale Saturday, 7 a.m. until 1 p.m.
125 Oakland Dr. South 19 Turn beside
Former CDI. Jewelry, knick-knacks,
furniture, set of weights, movies and
toys.
3/20

Huge Yard Sale Saturday March 21 8
a.m. 1 p.m. Lots of baby boy clothes,
women's clothing, furniture, tables,
kitchen items. 203 West High Street.
3/20,
YARD SALE: Leisure Retreat, 18100 E.
Royal Oak Drive. Tools, torch kit, crafts,
power equipment, table-top band saw,
belt sander, jig saw, exercise equip.,
office desks, housewares, 3-car hauler,
1987 Chevy Monte Carlo SS, Beach
Road left onto Live Oak & follow signs.
March 13-15 & March 20-22.
3/11-3/20

Yard Sale Saturday March 21, 8 a.m. -
1 p.m. Hwy 27 East across from Flint
Equipment (John Deere) Look for
signs. No early birds please.
3/20


Is your computer slow? Service &
Sales of new and used computers.
Service available in your home
business. 838-1683.
1/01PC



Kid's Kaboodle, now open! Children's
clothing and accessories. Video games.
111 1/2 East Green Street. 843-5325.
3/6-3/18


New 350-watt electric 3 and 4 wheel
mobility scooters starting at $495.
ATV's, Go-Karts & Motor Scooters. We
repair most makes and models. Also,
tires and tubes for ATV's. Perry
Scooters 1302 N. Jefferson St. Phone
371-1432.
'3/13-6/12
Slides by Sarah
"A Special gift for a special.occasion!"
Get those photographs out of the
closet and onto your TV. set by letting
me create a memory video.
www.slidesbysarah.com
850-371-0308 or email
slidesbysarah@yahoo.com.
2/18tfnSW

Computer repair. New and used
computers with your data transfer
included. Repairs available at your
home or business. 838-1683.
10/24PC
Plants Available Now
in 3 1/5 inch pots from $1
Vegetables-Herbs-Flowers
Call for Variety
578-2467
Organic Garden
Reg#48000055
3/20-3/25

$155 brand name, Queen mattress set,
unused in sealed plastic with warranty,
222-7783. Delivery available.
. 3/20GCN3
Big 36 ft. 5-wheel Travel Trailer w/slide-
out. $3,500, and Handyman pull behind
$1,200. Great for hunting or living' in
(850)578-2448 or 321-662-5539.
3/20-4/1

100% leather living room set, lifetime
warranty on hardwood frame. New, still
in crate. List $1999, let go for $629.
545-7112. Can deliver.
3/20GCN3

5 piece 100% microfiber .iving room
set including coffee tables. $649, All
new in boxes. Delivery available. 222-
7783.
3/20GCN3

6 piece, Pub table and chairs, solid
wood. New in crate. List $1,200, take
$425. (Can deliver) 222-9879.
3/2bGCN3

A new OrthoRest@ mattress set in
sealed plastic. Full warranty. Sacrifice
$225. Can deliver. 222-7783.
3/20GCN3

Bedroom set: new queen 7-pc. ;set,,
dovetailed drawers, solid wood $2,400
value, must sell $999. 425-8374.
Delivery available.
,3/20GCN3 .

Canopy bed Brand new in box $129.
545-7112.
3/20GCN3

Complete 5 pc. solid wood bedroom set
w/dovetail drawers. brand newly $599
Can deliver. 425-8374
3/20GCN3

Twin mattress set $125. All new w/
warranty. 545-7112.
3/20GCN3

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


Beautiful red-nosed Pit Bull Puppies for
sale. $100 each 850-843-1240.
3/18-3/27
Free To Good Home 6-Mo. old
Lap/bulldog mix, very energetic and
loves to play. Will be spayed. Needs
fenced yard. Call 223-3448.
3/20-3/27

Free Labrador puppies to a good home.
Ask for Josh or Liz at 584-9682 or 672-
9527.
2/27tf

If you're looking for a pet, be sure to
check the Taylor County Animal Shelter
at 838-3525
12/19tfHH

Jack Russell Terrier Puppies
I have 1 male and 1 female med. sized
and one male Shortyy" left. Only $150.
Call Melissa 843-4979
3/13tf
Adorable Dachshund puppies.
Wormed, shots, health certificates.
Parents on premises. Red male with
black on ears & tail and beautiful
markings. Loves people & other
animals. $250 584-4455.
3/18-3/20



If you have lost a pet, be sure to check
the Taylor County Animal Shelter at
838-3525
12/19tfHH



Need Cash?
Got Junk?
Got Junk Cars, Truck?
I buy Scrap Metals!!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
2/7tfRC



Hurry Free Down Payment money, do it
now!!! Prestige Home Centers, Inc.
800-477-2492 13771 NW Hwy. 19 -
Chiefland
2/25tfPH

Too many kids and not enough rooms?
We have 4 bedrooms starting @
$55,995!!! Call Prestige Home Centers
352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-2492.
12/12tfPH

Lots & Lots of Repos Call us 800-
477-2492.
12/12tfPH

Looking for your first home? With
payments starting at $150 and with
excellent financing opportunities, what
are you waiting for? Call Prestige Home
Centers 352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-
2492.
12/12tfPH

NO DOWN PAYMENT for land owners
(even if you still owe money on your
property!) Call Prestige Home Centers
352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-2492.
12/12tfPH

Trade-ins welcome, no down payment
for land owners! Call Prestige Home
Centers 352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-
2492.
12/12tfPH

28x80 4 bd./2 bath. Close out model
$66,995. Call Prestige Home Centers
800-477-2492 or 352-493-2492
12/12tfPH



House for Rent 3 Bed/2 bath on 5
acres in city limits. Apartment for rent.
1317 S. Center St. Call for application.
584-4678.
2/6-4/1
Taking applications for rental 3 BR 2
bath located in Everett's Mobile Home
Park. $300 deposit and monthly rent of
$625. Water, sewer and garbage
included in rent. Must apply in person.
References are required. No phone
calls. Apply in person Monday through
Wednesday. Ask for Ms. Betty.
2/20tfEMHP


House for Rent 602 Veterns Dr. 2
bedroom/1 bath, big back yard. $595
rent plus $595 deposit. Call Rick at
(850)843-8524.
1/9tfLS

Furnished Trailer for Rent. Satellite TV
& utilities provided. One adult only, no
children, no pets. References needed.
$135 per week + deposit. Call 584-
2199.
3/18-4/3

Apartments for rent. One year lease. 1
bed/1 bath $425 with $425 deposit; 2
bed/1 bath $525 with $525 deposit;
small house 3 bed/1 bath. $575 with
$575 deposit. Call for appointment 223-
3369.
3/18-3/27

2 BD/1 BA House $500 month. Call
850-371-1568
3/18-3/27

RV Space on private property Call
(850)371-1568.
3/18-3/27

2 BD/2 BA, Adults only, $700 month
plus security, includes. utilities. Pets
extra. Available April 1. 850-843-1882.
3/18-3/27

New upstairs flooring (new stove and
refrigerator to be installed); freshly
painted throughout and pressure
washed; 4 BR/2 Ba, country Estate with
great room, 2 car garage and carport.
Just outside city limits near Winn Dixie,
K-Mart and Walmart. Contact
Professional Realty of Perry. 850-584-
5844.
2/25-4/17

Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly
$545 required $45 deposit, $165
weekly or $40 daily tax included. 317
N. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-843-8524.
i1/7tfLS

Steinhatchee Place Resort Furnished
1 and 2 bedroom Condos for Rent.
$550-$675. Included in price Water,
cable, internet and hot tub in
Steinhatchee. Call 1-352-498-7740.
11/28tfSPR/SPD
Westgate Rooms available for rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything Included.
$165 weekly $40 daily. $545 per
month. RV sites $19 daily, $70
weekly. $250 monthly. Tax included.
1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-843-
8810.
1/7tfLS

For Rent 1 Bedroom cottage. Central
A/C, water, W/D, $450 month plus
security deposit. Call 584-9489.
3/20tfMP

For Rent 1 BD cottage Central A/C,
water, partially furnished, $350 per
, month plus security deposit. 584-9489.
3/20tfMP

House for Rent 3 BD/2 BA Credit
Check required $800 per month,
Contact Iris 584-8885.
3/20-4/8
Woodridge Apartments!!
3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments now available. Rental
assistance may beavailable to qualified
applicants. HUD, vouchers considered.
Equal Housing Opportunity. Office
hours are 8:00 5:00 Mon. Thurs. Call
850-584-5668.709 W. Church St. Perry,
FL 32348. TDD 711
1/7tfWA

For Rent 3 BR/2 Bath 1st and last
months' rent, plus deposit, $650. No
pets. Also, small mobile home's in park,
prices vary. No pets. 223-3227. Leave
phone # for appointment. HUD accepted,
none located in town.
3/1 ltfLK
Single wide mobile home 2 bedroom 1
bath. $550 mo. $550 sec. very nice. No
pets. Call 584-6256.or 843-1301.
3/13-3/20

Taking applications for 2 BR/1 Ba
mobile Home. Fully furnished, no
smoking. No pets, will accept 1 very
small child. Has lots of shading, nice
yard, patio utility shed. References
required. Call for application. 584-4366.
3/13-3/25


Land for sale:
1 lot on Cedar Island
1.42 acres (beach area)
1 lot with single wide mobile home
(beach area.)
For more information please call
Frances Edwards or Terri Collins at
223-7100.
. 3/11-4/3BCFCU



04' U-Dump dump trailer, 6x10
excellent condition. $3,000 672-0366.
3/18-3/20

8x20 heavy duty flat bed trailer
w/tandem 7500 Ib axles. $2800 672-
0366.
3/18-3/20
4-Wheeler For sale Yamaha Big Bear
350; 2 WD; hi & low range good shape
$1,500. O.B.O. or trade for flatbed car
hauler 7' or wider. 371-1701/ 371-1735.
3/18-3/20

Big 36 ft 5-wheel Travel Trailer w/slide-
out. $3,500, and Handyman pull behind
$1,200. Great for hunting or living in
(850)578-2448 or 321-662-5539.
3/20-4/1


For Rent 3 BR/2 Bath, appliances.
Roberts Aman Road. 2 acres, $750 mo.
No pets, very clean. 578-2240.
3/11-3/20

Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
Rental assistance available. HUD
vouchers accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC &
non- HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon.-Thurs.
Call 850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315
Puckett Rd, Perry, Fl, 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
5/2tfnSV

Whispering Pines Mobile Home Park
now taking application for one 2 BR/1
Bath Mobile Home total electric central
H/air and one 3 BR/2 bath mobile home
total electric central H/air. Application
and reference required. Call 584-3889.
9/5tfRB



Price Reduced: 3 BR house in Perry,
city limits. Close to Wal-Mart. Apx. 1234
sq ft. $39,995. Call 352-463-6247.
2/20-3/18

Houses for sale!
602 N. Jefferson St., 5 bed/2 bath =
2319 sq. ft.; 113 Lewis Drive, 3 Bed/2
Bath = apx. 2000 sq. ft., 5 acres; 602 W.
Bacon St. = $22,000, 3 Bed/ 1 Bath;
1605 N. Calhoun St. = 3 bed/2 bath.
Call 584-4678
2/6-3/27

Must sell. 4 BD/2 Ba, 2 large city lots.
Reduced to $49,900. Nice
neighborhood. Located at 129 Dowling
Street. Owner Financing available.
Phone 838-3029.
3/18-4/3

Vacant Land 4+ acres. Country living.
Only 2.5 miles past city limits. City
water available. Zoned for 2 SFR.
$34,000. 584-2063
3/13, 3/20, 4/3
2003 28x80 Double Wide on 4 acres
MOL. 4 BR/2 BA Living room, Dining
Room, Kitchen, Den with fireplace
walk-in closets. All Kitchen appliances.
Large screened in front porch, covered
back porch. $80,000. Please call 584-
2806 or 672-2567 "6843-1289.
3/20-4/1
For Sale or Rent. Nice Double wide 2
BD/2 BA, Florida Room, fenced in back
yard. $650 mo. First and last mo. rent
required. 584-8331.
3/20-3/25

For Sale D/W 3 BR/2.5 BA, 1/2 acre,
$49,000. Call 386-365-4981.
3/20-3/27
3/2 Fleetwood DWMH w/1 acre, well
maintained, oak kitchen cabinets, Real
hardwood floors, large rooms, deck,
large garage, boat storage, sun room
$90,000. Call 850-838-3146 Wendy
Slaughter, Realtor w/Nature Coast, Inc.
3/18-4/10
For Sale By Owner 7 one acre lots.
Use your tax return as down payment
to buy lot of your choice. $15k to $25k.
Corner of Fair Rd. and W. Page Rd.
Paved street. Owner financing. 1-828-
301-6308.
3/11-4/3 -
Owner Financing 1/2 acre of land with
16x80 2006 Clayton Mobile Home. 3
BR/2' Ba. Ready for occupancy
10%down. Payments around $575 mo.
Call 584-7094, ask for Danny
3/13tfPHC

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.
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88 Ford F250 1 ton, 4 speed with
overdrive. New transmission under
warranty, 7.3 diesel, runs great. $3300
or best offer. (850)223-1476 code 9111.
3/18tf

1998 Camaro Z28 black with T-Top;
automatic, AC, power windows/locks
and remote access, $5800. Call 584-
7722 or 843-2196 or 584-1155 for more
information.
3/11-3/20



Avon needs Reps in this area!! Start
the New Year right! Start your own
business. Only $10 start up kit. Earn
50%. Avon Buy or Sell. Call BJ Cannon
at 850-843-2605 or 850-584-6289.
2/25-3/27

Looking for experienced refrigeration
technicians and HVAC installers. Must
have clean driving record. Drug Free
Workplace. Call 584-3626.
3/11tfAR

24 Hour All Cash Business
Must sell, out-of-town owner
All cash open 2417, 365 days per year
Only takes part-time work to operate
If equipment were purchased new,
would cost over S200K.
Will sell operation for $55,000.
Call 386-965-3325 or 386-719-7390


Secretary Position
This is a full time administrative
assistant position. Responsibilities
include answering multi-line phone,
filing, correspondence requests,
keeping .accurate records for the office
and being responsible for dealing with
walk-in customers. This person must
be computer literate, work well with,
others, organized, able to work in a
high-stress office environment and be a
multi-tasker. Must be proficient in the
following computer software: Microsoft
Word, Excel, Publisher, Quickbooks
and Microsoft Outlook. Salary is
negotiable. Benefits include sick pay,
vacation time and holiday pay. Please
send resume and references to
Administrative Assistant Position PO
Box 892 Perry, FL 32348.
3/18-3/27TCCC


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Plus Premier Homes, Townhomes, Condos
Commercial & Residential Lots & Marina
Located Throughput Florida

Visit
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Bidding Begins Tuesday -:- March 17
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Classified ads are $5 for 25 words or less and .10 each additional
word. The deadline for the Wednesday paper is Monday by 5 p.m.
and for the Friday paper is Wednesday by 5 p.m.
123 South Jefferson St.



Small ads...big deals!


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FOR RENT

(2) 1 Bedroom Apartments

Just Refinished
and Ready To Occupy

Call 850-584-6666, Ext. 401
Free Application

Must Have Good References
No Pets Allowed.


Brynwood Center

OPEN POSITIONS


Nurses & CNA's

3:00 pm 11:00 pm
7:00 am 3:00 pm and 11:00 pm 7:00 am
Full-Time & Part-Time
Excellent Pay & Benefits

1656 S. Jefferson St., Monticello, FL 32344
Phone 850-997-1800 or FAX resume to 850-997-7269
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B-7 Perry News-Herald March 20-21, 2009


Full Time Cashier
Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc.
has an opening for a full-time cashier in
our Perry office. The successful
candidate should have strong problem
solving skills, high integrity, pleasant
demeanor and excellent
communication skills.
The candidate must also have solid
personal computer -.skills and be
familiar with Microsoft Office software.
The Cooperative offers competitive
salary and benefits.
Tri-County is an EOE and DFWPR
Please send resume and completed
Tri-County Employment Application
Form, which is available at any TCEC
office, April 6, 2009 to: George Webb
Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc.
P.O. Box 208
Madison, Fl 32341
3/18-3/27TCE
Martin Electronics, Inc.
is currently accepting applications for a
Material Control Clerk. Will be
responsible for receiving of materials
and shipping of product, delivering
small packages, processing receivers,
filing, and other tasks as assigned.
Must have basic math skills and
experience' with MS Office
applications. All applicants are subject
to pre-employment drug screening and
a background check by BATF Bring
picture ID and Social Security card or
Birth Certificate and apply at the
Employ Florida Mobile Unit in the K-
mart parking lot on Wednesdays or
.stop. by MEI to complete an
application.
AAE/EEONP
3/18-3/20MEI
Wanted: Shop Manager/Mechanic,'
must have a high school diploma or
GED, Florida drivers license Class B
or better. Experience on gas and diesel
light and heavy equipment. Experience
in managing mechanic shop, doing the
work, Filling out proper paperwork,
able to do PM on all equipment.
. Previous applicants need not re-apply.
Closing date will be March 31. For
information call Jefferson County Road
Dept. 997-2036
3/18-3/27JCRD
LPN
Steinhatchee Clinic
850-584-0866, fax 0661
3/18-3/20
Taylor Co. Board of County
Commissioners
ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER $9.31,
-$10.48 hr. DOQ
MOSQUITO SPRAYING TRUCK
DRIVER/OPERATOR (seasonal/part-
time) $8.04-$9.05 hr. DOE
DAY CAMP COUNSELOR -
seasonal/part time) $7.25 hr. range
depending on education level -'
ROLL OFF SITE ATTENDANT
(occasional call in) = $7.21 no benefits.
Job descriptions and applications can
be obtained from
www.taylorcountygov.com or
Employment Connections Mobile Unit
located in the K-Mart Parking Lot on
Wednesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. 4
p.m. Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners is an EOE, VP, DT,
background check employer.
3/11tfBCC


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Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS (5627)
Charming Community/ Great Work
Environment
Competitive Compensation Package
FT Water/Waste water Treatment
Operations
Valid FL C water or waste water
treatment certification required; dual
certification strongly preferred. Willing
to consider experienced individual with
FL C certification in drinking water
treatment and allow one year to obtain
FL C waste water treatment.
Experience in all aspects of
water/waste water & distribution/
collection systems required.
FT Groundskeeper
Residential community; prior
experience in residential and
commercial lawn care a plus; valid
Florida DL required.
Benefits include health, dental, life,
disability, savings, AFLAC
supplemental policies, access to on-
site daycare and fitness facilities. EOE;
Drug Free Workplace, Criminal
background checks required. Apply in
person at ACV Personnel Department
Mon. through Fri., 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.,
Carter Village Hall, 10680 Dowling
Park Drive, Dowling Park, FL; fax
resume to (386) 658-5160; or visit
www.acvillage.net
3/11-3/20ACV



Quality Senior Lawn Service
low rates, free estimate.
850-584-6574.
3/13-4/8
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates.
We also grind stumps. Call today 838-
1280. Firewood for sale.
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TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE
eStump Grinding
*Tree Trimming
*Tree Removal
*Debris Removal
*Pressure Washing
S*Bush Hogging
00o iLawnsiart or n.
*Free Estimates* and
*Great Rates*
Call today!
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
Mark A. Moneyhan
Certified Quality Specialist
2/27-5/22
Concrete patios, walkways, side
walks, all types of repairs. Also we
have historical red brick for all the
above. Cell 838-6077 Home 584-2270.
3/20tfJM2


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BringYour Computer To Us TODAY! CALL TODAY! i
Virus Removal 850-838-1683
Data Recovery 888-499-1700
*I Upgrades .-4 00
Nlew Computer Sales with Data 1311 S. Jefferson St.,
STransfer from your Old System! Perry, FL 32348


Garden Tilling Service. Get your
garden ready for spring. 584-7949.
3/11
Lisa's Affordable House
Cleaning Home or office, reliable and
dependable, 20% off 1st cleaning.
References upon request. Call for free
estimates. 850-584-6209
3/6-4/3
A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush
hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling
and complete lawn service. Call 584-
6737.
12/24tfAZ

'Water/Sewer Hook-Ups Available
Complete Set-Up Service & Anchoring,
Dirt Pads & Tree Service

Tear Down & Removal, Releveling,
Installation of New Windows & Doors,
Roofs, Skirting & Vinyl Siding.,
Licensed, Insured & Bonded
Call Mark Moneyhan 584-6397
or Steve McKinney 838-0676

NEED HELP? Excellent TLC for your
elderly. Cooking, shopping, light
cleaning. 17 years experience.
References available. 584-5165 leave
message or 843-4355.
2/25-3/27
Experienced Computer Techs will
repair your computer in your home.
Upgrades, new, or used computer
sales with your data transfer included.
Emergency response available. 838-
1683 .
10/24PC

TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING



We do mold inspections
& removal o
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rIe Oj.:'. Eir,.n ,-,ir

584-CLEAN
(584-2532)

Anyone needing a baby-sitter? Call
me! I am a stay-at-home mom that is
looking for a few kids to baby-sit. I have
really great references. Jennifer
Shaw/Hunter 850-371-0473.
3/18-3/20
.1nei lot oldBsliavn ernooqo, .o ..
J.C. Handyman Service
Shed, porches, decks. Remodel and
repair Mobile Homes. Vinyl siding and
more. 28 years experience 850-223-
3351 Ask for Johnnie.
3/20-2/25

TREE CAPITAL
.CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours .
Tile Floors- ,
Pet Odors /j

584-CLEAN
(584-2532)


I, Henry D. Smith Jr., will no longer be
responsible for any debts other than
my own effective March 13, 2009.
3/18-3/20

Swann
Bail
Bonds

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


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METAL ROOFING
STEEL BUILDINGS
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Serving all of Florida and South Georgia -
Call today for free literature package l

www.gulfcoastsupply.com I % M r... c
Toll Free 888-393-0335


Julie's Commercial Cleaning Service
Janitorial Services



Bank Cleaning "A clean business benefits your employees
S- and customers by leaving a good impression
Carpet Cleaning and bringing in return business."
School Cleaning P
Pressure Cleaning Professionals serving Professionals
PressureCleaning We are trained, honest and dependable
Hospital Cleaning "Your Cleaning Satisfaction Guaranteed"
Office Cleaning Licensed Bonded Insured

Boat Cleaning -\
Construction Clean Up \ 2 9
Floor Buffing 850-223-1298
.Stripping & Waxing 850-843-0593


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2008 WRANGLER "EVERGLADES EDITION"
YOU HAVE TO SEE THIS ONE TO BELIEVE IT! I ALLIGATOR
LEATHER, Custom tires & wheels, More Chrome than Tiffanys
ONE-OF-A-KIND.


2003 RAM 2500 QUAD SLT
DCAL TRADE, XTRA CLEAN, ALLOY WHEELS, POV
0ws, LOCKS & DRIVER'S SEAT, INFINITY AUDIO S
IlPRn MNI.Fr nIE TRIi C. wnN'T I AST I


LOCAL TRADE, XTRA XTRA C
CD, CHROME WHEELS, V
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2007 TUNDRA S5H IHU 4X4
LOCAL TRADE, XTRA CLEAN, ALLOY WHEELS, TRD PACKAGE,
POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS, CD CHANGER, FACTORY NERF BARS
THE RIGHT ONE, WE JUST GOT THIS ONE!!!


2008 SEBRING TOURING CONVERTII
XTRA XTRA CLEAN, TWO-TONE GREY LEATHER
HEATED SEATS AUtOv WHEELS POwER DRIVER'S SPAT
JUST GOT THIS ONE IN. SAVE THOUSANDS!!!
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2002 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
LOCAL TRADE, XTRA XTRA CLEAN, AUTOMATIC, SUNROOF
ALLOY WHEELS. POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS. THIS ULTRA
MILEAGE SPORTS CAR WON'T LAST LONG HU


OF, SPOILER
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LOCAL TF
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ArH HARD TO FIND


2005 EXPEDITION "EDDIE BAUER"
AR AIR LOCAL TRADE, XTRA CLEAN, LEATHER, ALLOY WHEELS, DUAL DIGITAL
LOADED & CLIMATE CONTROL. MEMORY DRIVER'S SEAT, REAR AIR, 3RD SEAT, SUPER


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LOCAL TRADE, XTRA CLEAN, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS
CHROME WHEELS, 6 Disc CD/CHANGER THIS ONE'S
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2006 SUBARU LEGACY
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WirILE ,w & L'" O P,-I,\H R I) I.ET IN S Ai
LOW MILES ON THIS HARD TO FIND SUBARU!!!
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ZUUU UODGE NITRO LI
L.:".L ThtA:." WE SOLD IT NEW -r, oiv'ritlE r J.ii, rju
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i Li'riTr. .L' SUPER HARD TO FIND ONE LIKE THIS!


2003 FORD REGULAR CAB 2006 MEGA CAB 1500
L L M:, E uL 4L ,f1 'TrA CLEA WE SOLD IT
LO, HL Trz ,'L.T LCL' L IJ l iE'Cit 'P II BAL;LE L TH HEATEIiDSA'.)A T IdllTrI, AuPTC',T Y,
THIS ONE WON'T LAST LONG AT THIS PRICE,!' THE LARGEST CAB IN THE INDUSTRY w/


LARAMIE 2004 CHEVY B EXTENDED CAB
NEW, ONE OwnJEH L_,YAL THCE .TRA CtLEAr P E, MErl.' T TT,:, Pa%,%'-,E
Tiu. FULL, LOAD C -CD C e-7t SUPER CLEAN TRUCK w SUPER LOW MILES!!!


2008 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 2006 WRANGLER RUBICON 4x4
L:: T, u: FPi ,:i WE SOLD IT NEW. 0jE Fa rlii :i I : L Tf.iE ..Ir ..'I3 CLEIr AUTOMATIC ALLOW W AHIi
I i 'A.' r.i r THI: I' iE .I.' .T r A n I.ED Fr im n T0LI jULA FH irjT & RE ,R B ,u w'm W 'IAT, i'Hi JrjTrH 'ui,
Pi Fi-T A IT WON'T LAST LONGIII THE NICEST ONE IN CAPTIVITY. HURRY!!!


ZUUO WRANGLER HUBICON qX4
LO- ,rL T i: '1ir3 CLEAn WE SOLD IT NEW. ALL:'. V WVEELi
THE PERFECT RUBICON IN PERFECT CONDITION.
YOU MUST SEE IT!!!


2007 WRANGLER 4 DOOR SAHARA 4X4
LOuAL THAIf ,' : T AC.LEAlI WE SOLD IT NEW. Orir O'r,-er
AuiruMATl 18 A LL J WMEEiL, PAwI:i WVrJFC'V' .. L',,,'
FULILL. L'A EL THE RIGHT JEEP WITH ALL THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT!"


2002 GMC SLE Z-71 4x4
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MUST TAKE A LOOK AT THIS ULTRA
LOW MILEAGE Z 71 4x4 TRUCKS!!







2005 DODGE STRATUS SXT
I., I T Hl., f A uD A l ,.Y U i .'. F W ON.Dl`'ir .1. 1 r
S LOODiNG FOR A DEAL' YOU JUST FOUND ll>!


2006 DAKOTA QUAD SLT 4x4
LO:"L T ic,. WE SOLD IT NEW. Poi E ii (A 1 ;,l
V.. Tow Pl.,. H.:i, i Fi l J.L D .' 4 4
THIS ONE IS RARE. HURRYII



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LO. Ai TA u, ,' .T : Cl' Ir All FiP,% ui n L ui il ri
THE NICEST ONE AROUND'i!


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L,,. TFr,:,E WE SOLD IT NEW. ALL-I, WHEELS POWER
V Wiliir:,>i; .i. L ,T,:VR A ULTRA LOw M ILEA E, 4 DrOD', CIA ,TA
THIS ONE IS NICE. CALL TODAYIII


2004 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER
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C rT L' Pl)WA- WV irLNmrm' :; .' LlO" S.PER fh E
LOW MILEAGE SUV!!!

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LO: AL TPALf THI. r.nA LEAT;Hr: BRnrJO lhEW BFG 315
TirA:E 9L Il,_C ir.,inj TOri. i r DIC'EE 0L W Huf'L r, firi' M, rJ.,i L
TAr,-:r.rir.ij," WE SOLD IT NEW. ONE OWNERIll

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2006 RAM 3500 MEGA SLT
LO~ AiL Tri r.E .'i T CL~A I.J 3q L Cu ,itr.'i ir H TiiHi o 'lE.ELt Ii lrliT.
, AuOI' S, -E.1 CLiD ('' .* Tn P ,:" F t liCl.i .E-
THIS SUPER LOW MILEAGE DIESEL WON'T LAST LONG!!!


.WE SOLD IT NEW 01i. CIV.iIJE T i.- LE
i r SUPER NICE MUST SEE THIS ONEIII







2003 PONTIAC SUNFIRE
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QUITMAN 888-304-2277


ZUUU JEEP WRANGLER 4X4
iUorIE T IS UTr Ai -R M0101 JliL'AG WU NIETI, .
MUST SEE THIS ULTRA LOW MILEAGE WRANGLER!!!


1997 JEEP WRANGLER 4X4 2005 CHEVY TAHOE LS
L,4. TA ,AEIT F IN U A M .UST Cl 1 J SE ILNO. WBE L V LTL. T BRAI- N I ,i AL.,N W REHU tLR O MI -' M E -.T
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