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Taylor County Non-
Instructional Association
(TCNA) has filed a grievance
against the school district for
not implementing employees'
salary step increases this year.
At their regular meeting
Tuesday, the district school
board acknowledged the
grievance, which seeks that
TCNA members "eligible to
move a step will be advanced
one step retroactive to July 1,


2008."
With the grievance moving
to step three, the board set a
public hearing for Tuesday,
June 16, at 6:30 p.m. at the
Alton H. Wentworth
Administrative Complex.
The district had 10 days after
receiving a letter from TCNA
President Darlene Hoover on
May 29 to hold the hearing, but
during Tuesday's meeting, it
was agreed to allow the hearing


to be held June 16.
Also at Tuesday's meeting,
the school board voted
unanimously to follow a
recommendation from Special
Magistrate Richard P. Deem in
regard to an impasse between
the district and the Taylor
Education Association over the
across-the-board five percent
cut imposed in March.
in addition to eliminating the
cuts on June 30--which was


already the approved end time
for the cuts--Deem said, the
district should increase
employees' rate of pay to the
additional step increase if they
were eligible for such an
increase this year.
"[The step increases] would
involve a relatively small
amount of cost and would place
these employees in the same
position on July 1, 2009, that
would have occurred if the


employees had received their
step increase and no salary
increase for the 2008-09 school
year," Deem said. (This would
not be retroactive.)
Superintendent Paul Dyal
said Thursday the steps "have
to be negotiated" with the
unions.
He said for the 2009-10
school year, the increases
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State prosecutors have
identified Rufus Lee Jr:, 24, as
the alleged "trigger man" in the
Memorial Day shooting which
claimed the life of Henry
Hughes Jr., 19.
Lee appeared before Judge
Stephen "Buddy" Murphy
during a first appearance
hearing Wednesday morning at
the Taylor County Courthouse.
The suspect was captured in Ft.
Gaines, Ga., Tuesday morning
after bemg on the run from law
enforcement for more than a
week co-defendant in the
pase, Isaac Jackson III, is
awaiting an extradition hearing
in Thomas County, Ga., where
he was arrested by U.S.
Marshals Saturday.
During Wednesday's

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.
without bond.
"He is charged with fint
degree murder and he is a
recent release from prison.
The allegations against him,
detailed in his arrest affidavit,
indicate he was the trigger
man," Phelps said.
Do you understand what
you're charged with?" Murphy
asked Lee, who stood before
him shackled and surrounded
by deputies.
Lee responded simply: "Yes,
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Lunch hour crash
A three-vehicle crash at the intersection of Julia Street and Hyty. 19 snarled lunch hout traffic, temporarily
closing southboutid traffic 011 bl@?. 19 until emergency crews could clear the .roadway. Units from Doctors'
191emorial Hospital Emergency IViedical Services, Perry Police Department, Taylor County Sheriff's Office.and
Perry Fire Department all responded to the crash. At least one person had to be transported from the scerie,
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1 y rescinds maintenance fee


A standing-room-only crowd
successfully petitioned the
Perry City Council to stop
charging residents in the Pine
Ridge subdivision a $14.95
mahttenance fee for their new
low pressure sewer systems.
'I'he council overturned the
fee with a 3-2 vote. Mayor
Emily. Itetritig, Councilman
Doug E1eren and Councilman
Sylvester Harris voted in favor
of the action while Councilman
Don Cook and Councilman
Alphonso Dowdell opposed


removing the fee.
Residents alleged that the fee
was "unjust based on the fact
that everybody else in town is
not paying one," spokesman
Ned Brafford said.
In an overview of the project
and the decision to charge a
maintenance fee, City Manager
Bob Brown said that the low
pressure system--the only one
of its kind used in the City of
Perry--was chosen "because it
was the least disruptive and
would have the least impact


financially to homeowners."
The cost for installing the
system was covered by a grant
from the Department of
Environmental Protection
(DEP). However, homeowners
were required to pay an impact
fee for hooking to the city's
sewer system.
"If we had not chosen to go
with the low pressure system,
we would have had to install
some 12 to 13 additional.lift
stations throughout the
neighborhood--which is nearly


half the number of stations the
city has in total (about 30).
Plus, we were able to install the
low pressure system for about
$1 million less than what a
traditional gravity system
would have cost," Brown said.
"When we do go in and
install gravity systems, we
don't charge residents an
additional fee to maintain any
new lift stations we may have
to put in...here I have to
"* Please see page 6


The summer food program hosted by Stewart Memorial AME Church opened
Monday and will continue to serve free meals to children ages 18 and under
throughout the summer. Transportation is available by contacting the church.
Above, volunteer Shirley Scott helped serve lunch Thursday to guests ranging in
age from two to 17.


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A number of openings remain
for the two summer sessions of
the Teen Driver Challenge
offered through the Taylor County
Sheriff's Office'
Classes will be held June 15-
16 and July 13 14 at the Perry-
Foley Airport'
Admission is free. For more
information, contact the sheriff's
office at 584-4225'

50181 class rounion is
SatuP-
The Taylor County High School
Class of 1959 will celebrate its
50th reunion Saturday, June 6;
with a dinner at the Cathplic
Parish Hall starting at 5 pm.
For more information, please
contact June Langford Evans at
5844159 or Etsie Saddler Brock
at 584-6310.
Class members invite you to
"come celebrate and renew old
friendships and acquaintances
while marking a major milestone
in our lives."

COWWISSIOMP 10 11014(
meeting in Shady
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Taylor County Commission
Chairman Rudolph Parker will
hold a meeting at the Shady
GTOW 001timUnity CentW1 (8180
known as the Shady Grove Adult
Education Center) Thursday,
June 11, at 6 p.m. to receive
public input regarding a planned
park/playground in Shady Grove.

Library kicks off
SMMISSP ?$Sd%$
program Tuesday
The Taylor Count Public
Library will hold its annual

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readers of all ages.

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UHdBPWay SatuPIISy
Help Hands of the Shelt
will hda pet food driv
Saturday, June 6, from 6 a.m. to
2 p.m.in front of Winn Dixi9.
All donations of dog arid cat
food re 10
a we ome.
to C tri to
Shelter.

"FPillay F08t' slated
June 12

firsM' id Feets'er awill met;
from 6-8 p.m.

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compliments of Aaron's Rentals.
Concessions will also, be
available,
On that Saturday, Main Street
will host a community yard Sale
and farmer's market, starting at
8 a.m. Residents are invited to
set up booths on Washington
Street, which will be closed for
the event.
For more information, please
contact Vicki Hatton at 838-3852.

Deadline set for 'They
a
President Wanda Qash has
announced a June 30 deadline
for submissions for the 18th
volume of the Taylor County
Historical Society's "They Were
Here" series.
Information may be turned in
at the society's downtown
museum or mailed to; Wanda
Cash, 3475 Cash Road, Perry,
Florida 32348.


Plans for Steinhatchee

'fOr t" rnove forward with


$173,000 grant awards
The Ft. Steinhatchee project is moving forward after
commissioners voted to seek bids for improvements to the old
bridge abutment.
"The county was awarded two grants for improvements to the
old bridge abutment adjacent to the Steinhatchee Community
Center," County Grants Coordinator Melody Cox said in a
memorandum to commissioners.
"The site is currently used as a community fishing pier and is in
disrepair and is not safe for public use, In addition to the
improvements to the existing pier, the project will include
widening the abutment and a covered seating area."
Taylor County received $38,000 through a federal Coastal
Partnership Grant for the Steinhatchee Park project as well as a
$135,000 Department of Environmental Protection Florida
Recreation Development Assistance Program (FRDAP) grant.
The entire project is planned to include playground equipment
and outdoor restrooms at the community center, as well as the
abutment improvements. It will use a fort motif in the playground,
and will include fencing along the roadway and a covered picnic
pavilion on the abutment. Past the pavilion, the abutment will
remain open to allow fishing.
"The Steinhatchee Projects Board will be providing a donation
in the amount of $12,000," Cox said.
The bids must be received by the clerk of court by 4 p.m. on July
6andwillbeopenedlaterthatdayduringthecommission'sregular
board meeting.


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Editor's Note: In honor of the
65th anniversary of D-Day, we take
a look back at an interview with the
late Tillman Clark, who shared his
personal account of that fateful
invasion. His story, which was
originally printed in June 1994,
reminds us all of the sacrifices
made in freedom's name.
The 50th anniversary of
D-Day has passed. Not a
minute too soon for Taylor
County native Tillman Clark.
The television documentaries
and newspaper articles only stir
memories he feels are best left
in the past.
Memories of that day--June
6, 1944--when he waded ashore
to Omaha Beach, with A
Company of the 117th Army
Infantry.
If you ask him about that day,
the typical reply is a shrug and
no comment. He is only slightly
more at ease speaking of the
nine months he spent in a
German prison camp.
"I volunteered in 1941. I
wanted to get in and get my one
year over with," Clark begins.


said he remembers climbing
down a rope ladder and getting
in a landing craft packed with
his fellow infantrymen.
"The last words I remember
hearing clearly were 'May God
be with you' from our
chaplain."
As the craft drew near to
shore, the front door lowered
and the men spilled out like
cattle, he said.
The water was waist deep
and movement was hampered
by not only the pull of the
waves, but also the 60 pounds
of gear each man was carrying.
Shells were falling like rain.
"You didn't have time to
think. I remember pushing dead
soldiers out of my way so I
could get to shore," Clark said.
"I got rid of the pack as soon
as I hit the beach, it was too
heavy."
Once on the beach, there was
nothing to do but fight. The
only thing Clark could compare
it to was hunting...and this was
nothing like any hunting he had
done before.
"All I was trying to do was
stay alive. I couldn't really see
what was happening, but had to
keep moving."
What remained of the unit
pushed forward to an apple
orchard then on to St. Lo, with
constant fighting every step of
the way.
We took St. Lo three times.
It was a beautiful town when I
first saw it, old buildings and
homes. When the last resistance
was finished, there was only
ruins left from the bombing."
The company moved further
into France, meeting not only
heavy opposition, but also
Rmpersat gvery turn.
One incidelit inich ing a
sniper stands clear in Clark's
memory.
"The sniper hid in a haystack
and just kept picking men off.
We were finally able to set the
hay on fire and he came
running out," he said. The
sniper was cut down by the
soldiers' fire. When they got
close to the body, the men
could see long blonde hair
spilling out from under the
helmet.
Their deadly sniper had been
a woman,
It was while on a spearhead
near Mortain that Clark was
captured. But only after seven
and one-half hours of grim
hand-to-hand combat.
"We were sent out to find
where the enemy was...well, we
found them," Clark said.
The company was allowed to
walk to the top of Hill 314, then
the Germans closed the gate
behind them, so to speak.
They were surrounded, not
only by German soldiers, but


Troops and crewmen on a landing craft approaching a Normandy beach, June 6, 1944.


also four divisions of panzer
tanks loaded with SS troops.
Soon the men were out of
ammo and were fighting with
only their bayonets.
Clark, as a BAR (Browning
Automatic Rifle) man, did not
have a bayonet, only a trench
knife.
""Mis fitnmarider had only
these words for him, "Get out
and get one."
So he did, slitting the throat
of a German soldier and taking
his.
Reinforcements arrived soon,
but it was too late. The battle
was lost.
"The SS officer in charge
spoke better English than most
of us," Clark said.
"They took our weapons, our
clothes and our shoes. We were
given old French clothes and
wooden shoes," he said.
"We had to march with our
hands clasped behind our
heads. They separated the
officers from the enlisted men
and we weren't allowed to
speak with one another."
The prisoners were put to
work repairing German
railroads which had been
damaged in Allied bombing
raids.
At night, Clark said their
beds were three six-inch boards
with only a straw-filled Croker
sack for a mattress.


Each day was the same
routine, work in the fields with
only one noon break. Lunch--
the only meal for the day--was
always the same, red cabbage
one day, Irish potato the next.
"No meat and very little
water."
To this day, Clark refuses to
%at red calibige. "'"'"' '
The prisoners were moved to
three different camps in
Germany.
"You forgot the date, even
what the days were," he said.
Escape was not an option. "If
you tried to run, which was
impossible in the wooden
shoes, the guards would
put German Shepherds on
you."
At one time, Clark was in the
same camp as fellow Taylor
County native Hal Marsh. Only
Marsh was being held with the
officers, while Clark was with
the enlisted men.
Just a few feet separated the
two sides, but in those few feet
were rolls of barbed wire and
German guards.
"There was no way for us to
communicate," Clark said.
But Clark's group did have
ohe small advantage, an
American serviceman who
spoke fluent German,
"Baumgardner was our
interpreter. He would listen to
the guards and tell us what was


happening," Clark said.
It was through Baumgardner
the men learned of the
atrocities in the concentration
camps.
"The guards would talk about
how the bodies were being put
in box cars and covered in lime
to get rid of them," Clark said,
9 ith a faint grimace.
"Then one morning we could
hear guns and artillery going
Over our stalag (the German
word for prison). Baumgardner
told us 'the Allies will be here
tomorrow...we'll be free',"
Clark said.
The Germans herded them
into a cellar and left the camp.
A tank rammed its gun down
the coal shoot and the prisoners
were ordered to come out.
"They didn't know who was
left," he said. After being
identified, the men were finally
free.
"General Patton ordered that
the guards be found and
brought back to the camp.
When they were, he looked at
the prisoners and told them
'Now anybody that wants to
kick behind can...'," Clark said,
modifying the order a little.
Clark weighed 205 pounds
when he was captured. He
weighed 127 pounds when he
was liberated.
"My hair was as long as
yours and my beard was out to


here," Clark said, cupping his
hands around his jaw.
"We had body lice this long,"
he continued, measuring
several inches with his hands.
The men were taken to
camps in Camp Lucky Strike,
France, where they were
cleaned, deloused and fed. "My
first meal was a little ole' piece
of steak," Clark said. "Served
to us by German prisoners.
"They had on white uniforms
and were clean shaved," he
said, with more than a hint of
disgust in his voice. "They sure
weren't treated like we were."
Once stateside again, Clark
was given a 90-day
recuperation leave and was
discharged a month later,
September 1945.
On his trek home, Clark
accompanied another Taylor
County native who had been
discharged the day before,
Major Ben Lindsey.
"I got into town and went to
Jackson's Furniture, where they
told me my parents were alive
and okay," Clark said.
In October, he married the
former Gloria Iran Moron. It
was time to get back into
normal life.
However, his time spent both
fighting and as a prisoner was
not so easily dismissed.
"He told me that when he
was in prison, the thing he
dreamed about most was eating
sausage and botcakes...I
cooked a lot of those during our
first years," Gloria said.
Months after the war was
over, Clark did receive a
check for his time spent as a
prisoner.
"Under terms of the Geneva
Convention, POWs were to
receive a reasonable wage for
the work they did while a
prisoner...he got a $1 per day
for food and labor," Gloria
sa en now, bad lightning
disturbs him and health
problems stemming from the
harsh prison conditions are
setting in, she said.
As for his family, now-grown
children Christine and
Laurence, it is only by
piecing together snatches of
conversation and a handful of
letters Clark wrote while a
prisoner, do they understand his
experiences.
"He never talked about it
when we were younger. It's
only been in the last few years
that he's opened up," Christine
said. They pa Ithis knowledge
on ot eir c ren, a faeho
bravery and o a grand t er
whose valiant fight and
survival may have very well
saved their world.


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Tillman Clark was
among the soldiers who
stormed Omaha Beach
June 6,01.944. .
"I wanted to join the Coast
Guard but they made me an
infantryman in the Army. I was
home on leave when they
bombed Pearl Harbor and knew
I'd have to stay," he said. .
8 Part of his duties stateside
included teaching a 90-day
bayonet arms course at Camp
Landing.
"That's what saved him
later," Clark's wife said.
As 1943 drew to a close,
Clark's company was loaded on
a boat at Boston, Mass., and set
sail for England.
They landed in Liverpool and
spent the next four months
training in field exercises on
how to storm a beach.
"We didn't know where we
were going...we just knew it
was coming," Clark said.
On June 4, the company was
loaded on a ship destined
across the English Channel to
Normandy. .
Two days later, June 6, Clark


June 5-6, 2009

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D-Day order
The D-Day order delivered by Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower June 6, 1944, stated, in part: "You are about to
embark upon a great crusade, toward which we have striven these many months. The eyes of the world are
upon you. The hopes and prayers of liberty loving people everywhere march with you. In company with our
brave Allies and brothers in arms on other fronts, you will bring about the destruction of the German war
machine, the elimination of Nazi tyranny over the oppressed peoples of Europe, and security for ourselves in
a free world. Your task will not be an easy one. Your enemy is well trained, well equipped and battle hardened,
he will fight savagely....The tide has turned! The free men of the world are marching together to victory! I have
full confidence in your courage, devotion to duty and skill in battle. We will accept nothing less than full victory!
Good Luck! And let us all beseech the blessings of Almighty God upon this great and noble undertaking.'.


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Joseph Ramseur and Andrika Ramseur of Detroit, Mich.,
announce the engagement of their daughter, Jamila Ramseur of
Detroit, to John Nance of Queens, N.Y., the son of John Nance Sr.
and Shirley Butler of Far Rockaway, N.Y.
The wedding will be an event of June 27, 2009, at 4 p.m. at
Potter's House Ministry.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of Lane College in Jackson, Tenn.,
with a degree in elementary education.
The groom-elect is an 11-year employee of Buckeye.
Invitations have been issued for the wedding and reception.
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Perry Garden Club
(located in the Forest Capital Park)
Saturday, June 6

10:00 am Social Time Lunch @ 12:00
(Bring covered dish if you can)
Or just come join us we will have plenty of food.
ALL FAMILY AND FRIENDS WELCOME,
HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE
Any Questions call Bernese Fleming 352-557-5013


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Praytor, Kira Sadler, Shana
Sadler, Emalee Shaw, Luke
Slaughter, Manuel Smyrnios,
Jennifer Sullivan, Jonathan
Thomas, Madison Thomas,
Justin Walker, Nicole Willis,
and Austin Wynn.
Sixth Grade Achievement
(Highest Grade)
Language Arts: Tyler Russell,
Cade Ely, and Payne Murphy.
Mathematics: Rohan Patel
and Cade Ely.
Science: Rohan Patel and
Anthony Carter.
Social Studies: Wesley
Smyrnios and Mitchell Davis.
Sixth Grade Merit
(Second Highest Grade)
Language Arts: Rohan Patel,
Katie Cannon, Jean Gump, and
Dustin Singletary.
Mathematics:LucyWhitehead
and Kayce Clark.
Science: Tyler Russell and
Cade Ely.
Social Studies: Rohan Patel
and Cade Ely.
7th Grade Achievement
(HighestGrade)
Language Arts: John Hilton,
Stephanie Bowen and Daniel
Wentworth.
Mathematics: Laura Freeman
and Kaylee Denmark.
Science: Claire Cruce and
Ashlee Albritton.
Social Studies: John Hilton
and Daniel Wentworth.
7th Grade Merit
(Second Highest Grade)
Language Arts: Claire Cruce,
Billie Whitehead, Johnny
Anderson and Kaylee Denmark
Mathematics: John Hilton
and Joe Pelt.
Science: John Hilton, Laura
Freeman and Dylan Strickland.
Social Studies: Claire Cruce,
Billie Whitehead and Joe Pelt.
8th GradeAchievement
(Highest Grade)
Language Arts: James
Clover, Carmina Ketring and
JaKourtney Davis.
Mathematics: James Clover
and Eli Walker.
Science: James Clover and
Jonathan Thomas.


Social Studies: James Clover
and Lucas Allbritton.
8th Grade Merit
(Second Highest Grade)
Language Arts: Garrett
McCoy, Eli Walker and Joseph
Higgins.
Mathematics: Elaine Brannen
and Madison Thomas.
Science: Garrett McCoy and
Eli Walker.


Social Studies: Garrett
McCoy and Austin Wynn.
Pre Algebra Achievement:
Joe Pelt.
Pre Algebra Merit: Claire
Cruce.
Algebra I Achievement:
Elaine Brannen.
Alebgra I Merit: Garrett
McCoy.


The 2008-2009 awards
night program for Taylor
County Middle School was
held Tuesday, May 26. The
TCMS auditorium was filled to
capacity as teachers, students
and parents met to recognize
academic achievement for the
school year.
Madison Thomas, student
council president, welcomed the
group. Principal Kiki Puhl gave
opening remarks.
Listed below are the awards
that were recognized:
Dean Mann Band Award:
James Clover.
Sam'Ibrner PE Award: Jake
Smyrnios and Chelsea Lytle.
Golden Citizenship Award:
Adam Anderson and Bre'naja
Blanks.
Principal's Award:
6th grade: Kenzie Mattingly,
Tyler Russell, Anthony Carter,
and Kayce Clark.
7thgrade:EricMorganLaura
Freeman, Daniel Wentworth,
and Becky Walker,
8th grade: Abigail Bratcher,
Garrett McCoy, Stacy Garand,
and Taylor Lilliott.
Citizenship Awards:
6th grade: Angel Ketring,
John Rice, Cameron Collins,
and McKenzie Wynn.
7th grade: Mark Ensley,
Claire Cruce, Dakota Carter,
and La'Quinta Stephens,
8th grade: Emalee Shaw, Jake
Smyrnios, Mikey McGroarty,
and Rhea Das.
Presidential Outstanding
Academic Excellence Awards:
Lucas Allbritton, Victoria
Allbritton, Lauren Allen, Adam
Anderson, Ashley Anderson,
Bre'naja Blanks, Elaine
Brannen Abigail Bratcher,
Taylor Chaffin, James Clover,
Jonathan Coffee, Laura Davis,
Sarah Durden, Keysha Finecey,
Justin Folsom, Stacy Garand,
Sergio Giacoman-Soto, Ashley
Giacomucci, Damion Hamilton,
Carmine Ketring, Taylor
Lilliott, Garrett McCoy, Grattan
McGroarty, Thomas Neshat,
Alexandria Padgett, Daimeun


50th Anniversary
Clyde and Virginia Tuten celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary with family and friends on May
23.


Shane and Brandi Hughes of
Perry announce the birth of their
son, Matthew Shane, on April
29, 2009, at 3:16 p.m. at Capital
Regional Medical Center.
He weighed 8 pounds, 10
ounces and was 21-1/2 mches
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Maternal grandparents are
Doc and Tammy Hackle of
Vidalia, Ga. Maternal great
grandmother is Inez Swafford
of Cross City.
Paternal grandparents are
John and Sandi Dorman, and
paternal great grandparents are
John and Andrea Dorman, all of
Perry.


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Phillip and Carmen (Davis) Dorman announce the birth of
their son, William Conner Dorman, on April 24, 2009, at Capital
Regional. He weighed 8 pounds, 6.3 ounces, and was 21 inches
long.
Maternal grandparents are Ronnie and Bonnie Poppell and
Harvey Davis.
Maternal great grandparent are Jim and Laura Jackson.
Paternal grandparents are Lincoln and Judy Dorman-
Paternal great grandparent are John William and Andrea Dorman,
and the late William (Bill) Maurer and Lydia Maurer.
He is welcomed home by his sister Hannah and brother Gage.


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The Florida Fish and Wildlife
conservation Commission
(FWC) is offering a free hunter
safety course in Jefferson
----ts.
The course will be at the Beau
Turner Youth Conservation
Center, 9194 S. Jefferson
Highway in Monticello.
Instruction will take place from
6 to 9 p.m. June 19 and from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 20; the
range portion of the class will
be June 21.
Students who have taken
the Internet course and wish
to complete the classroom
portion must bring the online
completion report and attend
only the June 19 class from
his 21~ 6-10p.m.andtheJune21range
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ht two accompanied by an adult at all
na and times. Students are encouraged
into a to bring a pencil and paper with
them to take notes.
The hunter safety course is
required for anyone born on or
after June 1, 1975, to purchase


a Florida hunting license. The
FWC course satisfies hunter-
safety training requirements for
all other states and Canadian
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When it was all over we had
ten red snapper, four black
snapper, three triggers, two
amberjack, five gags and three
red grouper, and a few porgies
and a kingfish. A full box of fish
and a great day!
Back to the flats.
Cal Beanblossom had Glen
Floyd and Jacob Hall along
and this trio from Sylvester,
Ga., managed 13 trout and five
black sea bass fishing Assassin
five inch shads in Chandeleur
Isle and fishing 5.5 6.5 ft. with
pinkish strips (shiner tails) under
Cajuns.
Warren Tyson and Randy
Davis, also of Sylvester, Ga.,
had their limit of ten trout and
took all day long to get them
also fishing live pinfish and
Gulp under Cajun Thunders pn
Saturday.
Br yo Ot ,sGfrom Jim
"Went Saturday south 4' to 9',
tough day, one keeper trout 18".
Gulp on bottom moltmg (Gulp
shrimp), 12 short trout, also
some ladyfish, catfish, shark,
lizardfish, rhemora. Chris, Zack,
Kendall Bruchey and myself.
Also saw two full grown sea
turtles close to the boat.,,
This report was e-mailed from
David Bosch of Tifton, Ga.:
"Fished May 30 with Peng and
his son Calvin (Chee), and Mike,
all from Tifton, Ga. Managed to
scrape out a good bunch of trout
with three pushing 21" and a real
nice 25 percent picked up by
Peng. We had a real good bite in
the afternoon on the rising tide in
4-5. Calvin blso pickddayA nice
Spamsh.


BY PAT MCGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Hey, most folks had a tough
weekend, what with the tides
reversed and the water falling
all day to the low tides in the
afternoon. I had two fair reports
and two good ones from the trout
anglers.
Last week, I took Bill Pyle and
his brother-in-law Bob Worley
out and we had a good day with
some really nice trout and some
even better redfish. Bill caught
and released one red over 29
inches then got his "keeper"
and Bob caught two keepers to
26 inches to make for a great
day on the water. We had a
bunch of blues, sharks and *
ladyfish pester our live baits
under Cajun Thunders yet still
had a nice box of fish at the end
of it all. We fished in 4-7 feet
o ur trout and 2.5 feet for the
However, offshore, now there
is a different story, as Billy
Pillow took four of us along on
his Team Triple Fish 29 ft. Triton
and we caught a slew of fish to
celebrate the opening day of Red
Snapper season! We had ten red
snapper with Matt Lorentz of
Perry taking top honors with a 19
lb., yep 19 pounds (on the Boca
Grip) Red Snapper! Billy took
second with a 15 pounder. Then
Ben Barbee landed the largest
Amberjack, one right at 31
pounds. Then Cal Beanblossom
caught our largest Gag, just
over 15 pounds and I took up
Ahe rear with some of everything
including three trigger fish, a
couple of porgies, a gag, two
black snapper.


People interested in
attending this course can
register online and obtain
information about future hunter
safety classes at MyFWC.com/
HunterSafety or by calling
the FWC's regional office
in Panama City at 850-265-
3676.


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The Bulldogs' five home
games this fall include:
Tallahassee-Chiles on Sept. 18;
Starke-Bradford on Sept. 25;
Suwannee on Oct. 2; Fort White
on Oct. 30 and Florida High on
Nov. 6.


Tickets for the upcoming
Taylor County High football
season are now available from
any Bulldog player or coach.
The tickets are $25 and are
good for all five home games
this fall.


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the Land Down Under! Wind you way through Australia and
discover the vastness of God's love, learn that no matter where
you go or what you do in life--it all comes back to Jesus.
Sunday, June 7 Thursday, June 11
6:00-8:30 p.m.
Ages 3yrs.
Family Night Friday, June 12 thru 6;hgade



Vacation Bilble School


A-5 Perry News-Herald June 5-6, 2009


Obituaries Anniversaries, V.B.S. fills church schedules


$1. JOhns Chrisilan Fellowship'
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wednesday 7 p.m.
MOrning Worship 11 a.m. StudylPrayer Meeting
Aursen und onidren s :thourn Prot ede d
Located at the Intersection of Puckett Rd & Golf Course Rd 584-7251


Join lakeside BBDtist Church
for Vacation Bible School on the


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IMMACKATE CONCERIO
CATHOLIC CH
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Sat. 6 p.m.* Sun. 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
CCD & .Adult Educanon Classes
Sunday 9:00 a.m.
3750 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 584-3169 .<-.
Rew Bernard F. JalcubcG. MSC <, ..: .0


"Come unto to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest."


FifSt United Methodist Church


SUNDAY WEDNESDAY
Coffee 8:45 a.m.- Memorial Hall Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
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.
302 N. Jefferson St. Perry, Fl. (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460
Rev. James Taylor, pastor nursery provided Email fumcp@gtcom.net


Perry First Sunday 0 S
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Pastor David Stephens Yo, th & Kids Service 7 00PPA


Worship with us at
St. JameS Episcopal Church

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Sunday School 9 a.m. '
Nursery Available
Located at 1100 W. Green St.
Church Office: 584-7636
email: stjameschurch@fairpoint.net
http://www.stjamesperry.org







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TO BENEFIT BIG BEND HOSPICE

Tickets $5 Proceeds will support the care of
Includes: Big Bend Hospice patients and
Dinner families in Taylor County
Served 5:30 -7:30

Grl)1 eMu cTake-out Friday,

Li up June 12, 2009
Plus other 5:30 pm- 8:30 pm
opportunities to First United Methodist Church
win fabulous prizes Fellowship Hall
for a great caused 302 N.Jefferson St., Perry, FL


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Pastor anniversary
celebrated
Holy Faith Tabernacle
Church will celebrate the 29th
anniversary of their Pastor John
Howell on Sunday, June 7, at
11:30 a.m. The Rev. R. Jackson
of New Bethel Baptist Church
will be the guest speaker. Call


Linda Hall for more information
at 584-8981.

Women's Da set at
Stewart Memorial
Stewart Memorial A.M.E.
Church invites the community
to its annual Women's Day
Celebration to be held Sunday,


June 14, at 5 p.m. All are invited
to come fellowship with praise
dance, worship through music
and enjoy a message from Sister
Cynthia McBride.
Any women in the community
who would like to join in
singing with the Women's Day
mass choir may attend rehearsal
Friday and Saturday, June 12-
13, at 7 p.m.

Get onboard the
Boomerang Express!

Inbakesidhee B ist hu h
community to hop onboard the
Boomerang Express for a train

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ride across the "land down
under." Planned for June 7-12,
the Vacation Bible School is
structured for children three
years old through sixth grade.
"As we wind our way through
Australia, we'll learn that no
matter where you go or what
you do in life, it all comes back
to Jesus."


V.B.S. planned at
the Beaches
Blue Creek Baptist Church
will hold Vacation Bible School
June 8-12 from 6-8:30 p.m.
"Please share your children
with us for fun, fellowship
me p|ease see page 6


Ernestine B. Parlor
Ernestine B. Parlor
Ernestine B. Parlor, 87, of
Tampa, died June 3, 2009, in
Melech Hospice House.
A native of Perry, she was a
member of Stewart Memonal
AME Church and a crossing
guard for the Taylor County
School District for more
than 35 years.
Survivors include: four sons,
Roderick R. Parlor of Toledo,
Ohio, Kenyon B. Parlor of
Jacksonville, Stanley D. McRae
of Athens, Ga., and Everett
u imbleR al rlanP lo five
Tallahassee, Deloria V. Jackson
m fe leSn ae H
o Tam paland Mitzi- dParlor
oreat grandchildren; and one
great great grandchild.
Funeral service will be held
or il Au E h chStewart
noon with interment following
at Springhill Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends today, June 5, from 5
to 8 p.m. at Stewart Memorial
AME Church.
Evans/Walker Funeral Home
is in charge of arrangements.

Andrey L. Miller
Audrey L. Miller, 93, of
Perry, died May 28, 2009.
She was a member of New


Survivors include a son. Glen
Miller of Perry.
A memorial service v ill be
announced at a later date.
Trinity Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.


StephenS
The family of Charles W.
(C.W.) Stephens would like to
express our heartfelt thanks and
gratitude for the outpouring of
love shown us during the loss
of our loved one. Each kind
word, deed and prayer that was
bestowed upon us will hold a
special place in our hearts. A
special thank you goes to Burns
Funeral Home for the wonderful
care you provided and also to
Big Bend Hospice. You all are
truly angels in the midst of the
storm. Once again, thank you.
The family of C ep ns
P
Michelle and Robert Watson
Rne and Bradl Wru
SaulS
.
The family of James P. Sauls


would like to thank everyone
rri s naexe ct dd suTort
A special thanks to the
sheriffs department EMS
personnel, Keith Walker and
the staff of Burns Funeral
FHro t k, mthan adnd T
French, Nancy and Gary French
(pastor of Southside Baptist
Church) and the members of
Southside for the compassion
and kindness they provided to
our family
We also appreciate all the
flowers, cards, plants and
food that were delivered, and
your presence meant so much
to us at the visitation. Your
oughtfulness will not be
Marilyn Sauls
Jimmy and Shirley Sauls
Gene and Cathy Carter


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Morning \\orship Ser a ls.es at 10:30 a.m.
Sunday mening at b:00 p.m.
Wednesday B ble Study at ":30 p.m.


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A-6 Perry News-Herald June 5-6, 2009


MAINTENANCE FEE
Continued from page 1
question the validity of
charging a maintenance fee to
cover what is basically city
infrastructure on private
openyenMracy Ketr ngo
of individual pump and grinder
stations installed at each home
site.)
"The whole focus was to put
in a system that would have the
least impact to the homeowner.
With the lower pressure
System, you didn't have to pay
the $3,500 upfront costs for
hooking up to a gravity system.


TRIGGER MAN
Continued from page 1
sir.
Murphy granted the state's
request and ordered Lee to be
held without bond.


MISSING
2 Brown Lab PuppieS
5 Walker Puppies
1 Adult Walker Dog
Puppies are 8 months old. AII puppies are wearing
colored collars of either red, blue or lime green.
Adult dog is wearing collar with contact information.
All dug out of pen June 3, 2009, off Puckett Rd.
They could be anywhere.
If anyone has seen these dogs or may have
possession of them, please call Lamar or Tee at
584-9636, 838-6423 or 838-6645




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P 9
would total district-wide at
$387,000.
Dyal said he knew nothing
new about an unfair labor
practice complaint filed against
the district over the cuts last
month.
The cuts, effective Feb. 1
through June 30, began with
the March 13 paycheck for all
union personnel. The school
board had approved identical
cuts to themselves and non-
union employees in February
and Dyal announced he would
donate back the five percent of
his salary over the same period.
On March 12, Dyal sent an e-
mail to all employees that the
proposed cuts for both the non-


CO GRATULATIONS


2009 GRADUATES




Benjamin Ralph Blue Ill
Ella Ruth Heartsfield
Jarrod Chandler Robertson
Sarah Christine Thompson


CHURCH SCHEDULES
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I've given this a lot of thought
and listened to a lot of your
comments. Our main goal was
to get city sewer access to you
with minimum impact.
However, this $14.95 seems to
be a bigger issue than (paying)
r lier upfr Isit costs, said
representative for the Pine
Ridge area.
"But know that at some point
in our budget process, we will
have to look at what we will
have to do to cover the
maintenance cost of these
systems," he added.
"Just as long as it is a fair fee
charged to everyone across the


board," one audience member
replied.
If Pine Ridge residents had
been required to pay for the
installation of the individual
pump/grinder system, they


would have faced estimated
costs.of $5-6,000.
City residents are required to
tie-in to city sewer lines when
they are extended into their
area; homeowners utilizing the


gravity system must bear the
cost of installing plumbing
lines to connect to the city lines
as well as the costs of having
their septic tanks crushed and


filled in as required by the
Florida Department of Health.
Any maintenance to the lines
leading to the home is also paid
by the homeowner.


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The Memorial Day shooting
happened at Daddy's Place; a
second victim is recovering
from a gunshot wound
sustained during what
investigators have called an
armed robbery.


instructional and instructional
unions would start the next day,
despite the fact that the district
had not yet reached an accord
with either bargaining unit. The
following week school
board members unanimously
approved the move during their
regular meeting.
The non-instructional union
elected to waive a special
magistrate and put the decision
in the school board's
hands during a hearing on
March 19. After listening to
testimony from both sides, the
board voted unanimously to
continue the pay cut to the
union employees until June 30.
District officials and TEA
representatives made their
cases before the special
magistrate on April 15.


light supper served at 5 p.m.
New Brooklyn celebrates
deacons, deaconesses
New Brooklyn Missionary
Baptist Church will celebrate
its Deacon and DeaconesseS
Anniversary Sunday, June 7, at
3:30 p.m.
Heirs of Grace to sing
Saturday
Perry First Church of God
will host a sing featuring Heirs
of Grace on Saturday, June 6, at
7 p.m.


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June 7
5:30 registration & snacks
6-8:30 VBS
Jones.11
5:30 supper
6-8:30 VBS
June 12
6:30 Family Night


Jacqueline Brooke McDonald
Jerry Lee Meeks
Ashley Lynn Morgan
Kathryn H. Powell
Michael Christopher Thomas
Daisy Nicole Villagomez
Hermeisha Michelle Waddell
Sandy Lynn Weekley
Jordan Muriel Wiggins


Nicholas Samuel Bennett
zoe' simone sennett
Justin Cole Blue
Jonathan David Courtney
Abby Gayle.Curry
William Clark Deming
Amanda Lynne Jennings
Zachary Tyler Knowles
Kolby Newton Livingston


Baptist Church


Hannah Brooke AIIbritton
Nicholas Michael AIIbritton
Tierria Sontavia Cook
Shabrala Ariel Dunwoody
Ashleigh Elizabeth Frostick
Rebecca Nicole Gibson
Katelyn Renee Goforth
Jim Perry Grimes, III
Meagan Elizabeth Hill
Faith Cersteen Horner
Samuel Tyler Jenkins


Jasmine Cassandra Jones
Tiffany Nicole Mock
Leslie Dawn Nix
Preston Lloyd Pitts
Raven Che'la Robinson
Beth Southerland
Maxwell David Stephens
Megan Marie Triestram
Chrissy Ann Ward
Stephanie Lorraine Wigglesworth
Raymond Anthony Wilson


9 932 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Perry, Florida 32347


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Lee held without bond


Raises would cost $387,000


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The following students were
named to the Taylor County
Middle School's honor roll for
the fourth nine weeks grading
period for 2008-09:
6th grade, All A's
Anthony Carter, Kayce
Clark, Mitchell Davis, Robert
Ely, Lyrics Fitchett, Rohan
Patel, Tyler Russell and Lucy
Whitehead.
6th grade, A/B
John Addison, Cody Bickel,
Ga'kia Bishop, Katie Cannon,
Savannah Cash, Cameron
Collins, Robert Couey, Cassidy
Cruce, Tony Cutshall, Tracy
Dees, Hellyn Faulkner, Autumn
Ferguson, Shannon Folsom,
Kyra Gibson, Seth Horner,
Savannah Kemp, Brooke
Linton, Kinzi Mattingly,
Mathew McEwien, Brittany
McGowan, Sarah McIntosh,
Jacob Minnick, David
Morgan, Kristina Nastally,
Josh Patterson, Kristen
Phelps, Haley Sadler, Jessi
Self, Wesley Smyrnios,
Aaron Strickland, James
Strickland, Mariah Tyson,
Tara Viola, Ashley Wallace,
Casey Wilson and McKenzie
Wynn.
7th grade, All A's
Morgan Albritton, Hunter


Armstrong, Katherine Cruce,
Sierra Das, Kaylee Denmark,
Daniel Dudley, Doralicia
Giacoman-Soto, Samuel
Grambling, Joshua High, John
Hilton, Eric Morgan, Grant
Parker, Joe Pelt, Dylan
Strickland, Elizabeth Walker,
Ashli Weide, Daniel
Wentworth and Billie
Whitehead.
7th grade, A/B
Amber Adkins, Triston
Barfield, Destiny Bodiford,
Robert Bodine, Brianna
Braddock, Tre'robyn Britt,
David Bundrick, Justin
Calhoun, Dakota Carter,
Tamara Cobb, Alexis Flowers,
Laura Freeman, Nicholas
Freeman, Kayla Griffin, Layne
Houck, Adam Kalinowski,
Garrett Massey, Eli McCranie,
Paul Meeks, Peyton Padgett,
Kaelen Reed, Lauryn
Rew, Jamarcus Robertson,
Tiana Sherburne, Mitchell
Stephens, McKenzie Sullivan,
Christopher Uhl and Spencer
Waters.
8th grade, All A's
Lucas Allbritton, Ashley
Anderson, Elaine Brannen,
Abigail Bratcher, James
Clover, Peyton Cribbs, Laura
Davis, Sarah Durden, Sergio


Giacoman-Soto, Kati6
Johnson, Carmina Ketring,
Garrett McCoy, Thomas
Neshat, Alexandria Padgett,
Unnatiben Patel, Kira Sadler,
Emalee Shaw, Manuel
Smyrnios, Madison Thomas
and Randal Woods.
8th grade, A/B
Lauren Allen, Adam
Anderson, Justin Becerra,
Denton Blackman, Hannah
Blanco, Bre'naja Blanks,
Daniel Bratcher, Taylor
Chaffin, Jonathan Coffee, Gail
Crawford, Kayla Crowley,
Adam Crumpler, Rhea Das,
Kristina Earle, Jocori Flowers,
Justin Folsom, Stacy Garand,
Danielle Ghent, Keria Gibson,
Mollie Graham,- Damion
Hamilton, Matthew Harty,
Je'da Holmes, Allegra King,
Olivia Lee, Kristen Leggett,
Taylor Lilliott, Chelsea Lytle,
Timothy Murphy, Kristina
Portwood, Alyson Riley,
Nicholas Sadler, Natalie
Schmidt, Caroline Schwab,
Jharquise Simmons, Luke
Slaughter, Trevor Smith, Gus
Smyrpios, Jennifer Sullivan,
Jonathan Thomas, Justin
Walker, Bailey Welch, Nicole
Willis, Austin Wynn and
Joneshia Young.


Thank ou O timist Club
Steinhatchee School cheerleaders expressed their thanks to the Optimist Club of
Perry "for helping make our dreams come true." The local club presented $2,000
to the cheerleaders in recognition of their assistance in selling tickets for its
annual boat raffle. The squad will use the funds to attend the National Cheerleading
Association Summer Camp. Shown above are Cheri Farnell, winner of the boat,
Coach Linda Fox and Principal Sylvia Ivey with cheerleaders Angel Dickey, Allie
Padilla, Valarie Brown and Chaelie Norwood.


The Taylor County
Horseman's Association
(TCHA) is currently
accepting applications for its
queen and princess program.
Participants must have
horsemanship skills and
provide theii- own horse for
the pageant, which will be


held in August.
The application fee is $25
and participants must be
current association members,
The age categories are
eight to 12 for princess and
13-18 for queen.
For more information,
please call Melissa Cash at


(386) 776-2356 or Lorie
Russell at 584-3098.
The association is also
seeking individuals interested
in becoming members of the
TCHA drill team.
Please call the clubhouse at
584-6876 and leave a
message.


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UNE
The Tallahassee Bach Parley, a
baroque music ensemble that
performs on period instruments,
will conclude its concert
season with a "Carnival in
Vienna"featuring 17th century
Central European music. The

to 'Is p 13Cp rch
(located at 211 North Monroe
Street in Tallahassee), and is
free and open to the public. For
more information, visit www.
tallahasseebachparley.org.


MAY 28-JUNE 14
The Tallahassee Little Theater
presents the Pulitzer Prize
winning play by Beth Henley,
"Crimes of the Heart."The
play follows the three Magrath
sisters, Meg, Babe and Lenny,


By MARK VIOLA That's not to say it doesn't show the same
I'm a Pixar fan. emotional impact. After we first meet a young
If you've read my reviews of "Ratatouille" and shy Carl, and the adventurist Elle in the film's
or "WALL*E," or of any animated film for that first minutes, we're treated to a beautifully crafted
matter, you probably already know this, because I character story, one that left me choked up (the
tend to mention the studio even when it's not their first of several times in this film).
film I'm reviewing. Unlike "1\4onsters vs. Aliens," another animated
Pilar has had a phen.otteng r.gg.ofaine straigly 4cipa ggyntgre releasedd this _1e-st, and one I also
successesfrom--To_\Story"In 1995to"W.4LL*E" enjoyed. --Up" proudest full\ realized characters
last year. that truly feel like they had lives before we ever
Now we can add "Up." saw them on screen and will continue to live those
"Up" continues the lives long after we stand up,
studio's trend of releasing stretch and walk out of the
films that not only stretch theater. That's when you
their own technical abilities, know you're dealing with a
but also the preconceived great movie.
notions many have about Of course, no review
what a successful animated of a Pixar film would be
film can be. complete without talking
Released last week, about the animation. As
the movie tells the story good as the studio is at
of 78-year-old Carl the actual animation, they
Fredricksen (voiced by are just as good at finding
Edward Asner). He lives locations to show off their
alone and would be content skills. This time we get tepui
to live the rest of his days 1 mountains in Venezuela
sitting on his front porch .. and the animators give us
if not for two things. a beautiful look at this very
First is the construction unique landscape. "Up"
surrounding his home and is also Pixar's first 3-D
the developers who would film (available in select
be very happy to see him theaters). The 3-D adds
finally sell out and move MAY 29 depth to the scenery, but
away. Second is a promise .. Pixar's use of it, like many
he made many years before of the things they do there,
he feels he never delivered. is more subtle than most
Feeling his chances to take his great adventure would expect. At times I forgot I was watching a
slipping away, he takes off--literally--by attaching 3-D film, and that's not a bad thing in my book.
hundreds of balloons to his house, flying away Parents should note that there are some scary
to Paradise Falls in South America ("it's like moments during the film, including seeing our
America, only south"). heroes being chased by a pack of dogs, and might
Putting a significant crimp in his journey is be a bit scary for the youngest moviegoers. There
unintentional stowaway, Russell (Jordan Nagai), are also some sad moments that could provoke a
an overly enthusiastic wilderness scout.I'd hate to few questions upon leaving the theater. I'd say it's
spoil the surprises, but I will say the unlikely duo on par with "The Incredibles."
experiences storms, jungles, talking dogs (not in "Up," while not the cinematic tour de force that
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show that only Young Actors
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Tickets are $14 for children
(12 and under); $16 for students
and seniors; and $18 for
adults. Tickets can be reserved
beginning Monday, June 15,
by calling the theatre box office

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to 1 p.m.
Performances will be: June
18-20, 24-28 and July 2-3 at
7:30 p.m. with 2 p.m. matinees
on June 21 and 28, and July 4.
Young Actors Theatre, one
of the oldest independent
youth theatre programs in the
country, is celebrating its 33rd
consecutive year of training and
production.
It is the mission of Young
Actors Theatre to "expose,
educate and enlighten the
diverse community of greater
Tallahassee and the region of
North Florida through live
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Maisie Wilson, 17-year-old
daughter of Barry and Carla
Wilson of Shady Grove, has
been selected to play the lead
role of "Gabriella" in Young

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Musical."
Wilson has been a member of
Young Actors Theatre Company
for two years and appeared in
"Big the Musical," "Joseph
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female role of "Nancy."
In addition to her activities at
Young Actors Theatre, she has
sung at numerous venues, most
recently at the Forest Capital
Art and Music Festival. This
spring she was also invited
to sing the national anthem at
the opening of the finals of the
Challenger Men's Professional
Tennis Tournament benefit in
Tallahassee.
The Disney Channel's
smash hit movie "High School
Musical" comes to life on the
Young Actors Theatre stage in
this Tallahassee premiere.
Troy Bolton, the popular


captain of the basketball team
and Gabriella Montez (Wilson),
the brainy and beautiful
member of the academic club,
break all the rules of the East
High society when they secretly


same day, is a comedy set in
the ancient world as Jack Black
and Michael Cera are forced out
of their village for being lazy.
Apparently taking some ideas
from Mel Brooks (and his A
History of the World, Part I'')
writer/director Harold Ramis
("Ghostbusters, 'Groundhog
Day" and "Caddyshack") seems
to have a grasp on what makes
good parody (unlike most
parody works of late). Black
and Cera bring with them a
solid track record of hits from
the past couple of years, and
it should be fun to see them
together on screen.
The movie is rated PG-13
for crude and sexual content
throughout, brief strong
language and comic violence.
Opening Wednesday, June 24,
the Autobots and Decepticons
will battle again in Michael
Bay's"Transformers:Revenge
of the Fallen." While there is
little known (outside of spoiler

e pt o a c tsoete
our human hero Sam Witwicky
(Shia LaBeouf) after he learns
some interesting secrets about
the origins of the Transformers.
Megan Fox and the rest of the
cast are back, but here's hoping
we get more Transformers in
our "Transformers" movie this
time. arouud. From the trailers-
ibe special effects should be
amazing once again and with
Bay at the helm, we should have
no shortage of explosions.
The film is rated PG-13 for
intense sequences of sci-fi
action violence, language, some
crude and sexual material, and
brief drug material.
Finishing the month on
somewhat of a downer (and
I don't mean quality), will
be "My Sister's Keeper,"
opening wide on Friday, June
26. The movie, directed by Nick
Cassavetes ("The Notebook")
and based on the novel by Jodi
Picoult, follows Anna (Abigail
Breslin), a young girl who wants
to be legally emancipated from
her parents (Cameron Diaz and
Jason Patric), who have been
using her and her body to help
fight her older sister's cancer
battle. Alec Baldwin, as Anna's
attorney, and Sofia Vassilieva
("Medium"), as her older sister,
round out the a very solid
cast. The material seems a bit
heavy for summertime, so it's
a wonder why the studio didn't
hold off until the fall.
The movie is rated PG-13 for
mature thematic content, some
disturbing images, sensuality,
language and brief teen
drinking.


romantic side as she tries to take
a bus-load of tourists around the
country. It's unusual for a Fox
Searchlight film to be released
in the heart of the summer,
but Vardalos has a history of
surprise hits.
"My Life in Ruins" is rated
PG-13 for sexual content.
Next weekend, two more
movies arrive in wide release,
including Eddie Murphy's
"Imagine That"abouta financial
executive who discovers his
daughter's imagination is
accurately predicting the market.
Murphy's Oscar-nominated role
in "Dreamgirls" was followed
by two box office and critical
bombs in "Norbit" and "Meet
Dave," so it makes sense that
he's returning to the generally
safe arena of family comedy.
With Nickelodeon Movies on
board as one of the production
companies, the film is sure to
have tons of cross promotion on
the children's network, which

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The movie is rated PG for
some mild language and brief
questionable behavior.
Director Tony Scott reteams
with his "Deja-Vu" star Denzel
Washington for a remake of
the 1974 thriller, "The Taking
of Pelham 1 2 3." In the new
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gi-di ofamie3Ti'[eYi'."fit"ehall
a New York City subway train,
Washington is the dispatcher
who receives his ransom
demand. Having never heard of
the original before seeing the
trailer for the remake, the movie
looks like it could be a solid
action thriller that, so far, this
summer has been lacking.
The film is rated R for violence
and pervasive language.
Opening June 19, "The
Proposal" stars Sandra Bullock
as a domineering publishing
executive who discovers she's
about to be deported back to
Canada. To save her career,
she forces her assistant (Ryan
Reynolds), to agree to marry
her. Her plot takes a turn for
the humorous, however, when
he brings her back to Alaska to
visit his family, which includes
the ever funny Betty White. As
is usual, the summer has been
mostly bereft of traditionally
"female-oriented" films, so
"The Proposal" has a good
chance of finding an audience,
unless Nia Vardolos performs
her magic again and "My Life
in Ruins" becomes a major hit.
The movie is rated PG-13
for sexual content, nudity and
language.
"Year One," opening the


May was a.highly successful,
if crowded, month at the box
office, with six films debuting
with more than $40 million in
their first weekend, and that
doesn't include the $42 million
"Star Trek" picked up in its
second weekend.
Sure, some films like "Angels
& Demons" and "Terminator
Salvation" haven't fared quite
as well as their studios would
have liked, but there hasn't been
a total bomb like last year's
"Speed Racer."
The month also kept the trend
that has held much of the year
with 2009's box office numbers
exceeding the take from the
comparable weekend last year.
Although two weekends in May
did fall below 2008's level,
they were still within a few
percentage points.
After the marathon that
was May at movie theaters,
however, June is shaping up
to be a bit more eclectic with

roa mpe k s am e
We start with this weekend,
when we get three new films, all
comedies.
In "The Hangover," director
Todd Phillips ("Road Trip,"
"Old School") combines the
ideas of "What Stays in Vegas,"
"Dude, Where's My Car?" and
\Three Men.and a Baby" whes ..
ilirhe groothimen. .fler an it
of wild partying (that they can
no longer remember) wake up
to discover they have lost their
groom and picked up a baby and
a tiger. Starring a cast of mostly
second tier comedy actors, "The
Hangover" looks like it could
be a surprise hit if it can find an
audience among all of May's
holdovers.
The movie is rated R for
pervasive language, sexual
content including nudity, and
some drug material.
Second is the Will Ferrell-
starring "Land of the Lost"
remake. It's hard to tell from the
trailers whether the film about a
scientist who discovers a vortex
to another dimension was made
for kids or adults, but the PG-
13 rating seems its the latter,
Ferrell has his fans, and they'll
probably go see this, and those
who aren't won't.
The movie is rated PG-13 for
crude and sexual content, and
for language including a drug
reference.
Meanwhile, Nia Vardolos,
the star of the widely popular
"My Big Fat Greek Wedding,"
returns to Greece in the
romantic comedy "My Life in
Ruins," as travel guide Georgia.
Her unusual driver rekindles her


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audition for the leads in the
school's musical. As they reach
for the stars and follow their
dreams, everyone learns about
acceptance, teamwork and
being themselves.
Featuring all the music,
dancing and drama from the
Disney Channel original movie
with the addition of two brand
new songs, fans will delight in


who reunite in Mississippi after
one of them shoots her abusive
husband. The Tallahassee Little
Theater is located at 1861
Thomasville Rd. in Tallahassee.
For more information or to
purchase tickets, visit www.
tallahasseelittletheatre.org or
call 850-224-8474.


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JUNE 20
Tallahassee Model Railroad Show
and Sale returns to the North
Florida Fairgrounds.The event
will include local and otut-of-to I

inro ds u Cn ppliern0
and other related railroad
memorabilia. Admission is $5 for
adults and free for children under
13. For more information, visit
www.bbmra.org.

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Country rapper Colt Ford will
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p.m. and the concert begins at
8. Tickets are $15 and can be
purchased at Timberland Ford.









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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.



S Classified ads are $5 for 25 words or less and .10 each additional
Small ads...big deals!


23 cubic ft. Kenniore chest freezer.
Stored on porch, has some rust.
Functional.$100.584-2133
6/5
Pixar Cars toddler bed with all the
bedroom accessories. Rug, comforter
and sheets. Trash can, light switch
cover, curtain topper, etc. 838-1546
after 5:30 p.m.
6/5-6/10 .
Beautiful Flowers Blooming!
Modern, fancy day lillies- brilliant
colors, ruffles, contrasting patterns,
and gold edges; spiders, doubles,
unique varieties. Turkey Roost Nursery,
584-7395.
6/5-6/26
NO WOPEN I!
1-ti.Ltarl AGO.Q.!l 8.P..9Q.r.Ls!
Come in for all your paintball needs.
Across from the courthouse. 850-584-
4386. In the building with Advanced
6/5tf Computers.

Complete bicycle gas engine kits, 130
MPG, $275. Perry Scooters, 1302 N.
Jefferson St.584-2979.
5/29-6/10

Computer repair. New and used
computers with your data transfer
included. Repairs available at your
homeorbusiness.838-1683-
10/24PC

Jugs Pitching Machine. Speed range:
30-90 mph; pitch types: fastball, curve
ball and slider. Asking $400. Call 223~
2149.
6/3-6/12
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47" round glass table. 4 cushioned
bamboo chairs $150. 2 tickets to the
Florida Aquarium $22. Vision Arts
Eyecare center comprehensive eye
exam $40 (Kiwanis Auction). Glass
dolls make an offer.584-2263.
6/3-6/5



Two pure bred adorable Shihuahua
puppies for sale.0ne male anifone
female. Born April 28. Beautiful silk
black with tan and white trim. Perfect
markings. They are very sweet and
spoiled. $300. Includes health
certificate, first shots and worming.
Please call for an appointment. Call
843-4144 or 584-6826. They will be
ready on June 18.
5/29-6/12

BullmastifflWalker puppies $100. Great
h 223-1053.
60 dogs.

Goats for Salel '
1 male African pygmi $60
1 male Boer $85
Call 1-850-212-6332
6/3-6/5

Full blooded female Chuhuahua
puppies for sale. Up to date on shots
and health certificates. Call 843-3268
or 843-2548
6/3-6/5

If you're looking for a pet, be sure to
check the Taylor Courity Animal Shelter
at 838-3525
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Got Junk?
Got Junk Cars, Truck?
I buy Scrap Metals!!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales


If you have lost a pet, be sure to check
the Taylor County Animal Shelter at
81935H5H
MISSING 2 brown lab puppies, 5
walker puppies, 1 adult walker dog.
Puppies are 8 months old. All puppies
are wearing colored collars of either
red, blue or lime green. Adult dog is
wearing collar with contact information.
All dug out of pem July 3, off of Puckett
Rd. They could be anywhere, If anyone
p s sn thetshee do ore malL e
or Tee at 584-9636, 838-6423 or 838-
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$58,000.00 Government Stimulas Tax
Credit. Call for info Prestige Home
Centers. 352-493-2492 or 800-477-
2492.
6/3tfPHC
Prestige Home Centers has EZ
Financing available! Call for your free
credit Check today! 800-477-2492 or
352-493-2492.
FINALLY AVAILABLE!!! Guaranteed
owner financing if you have land.
Ironwood Homes of Perry 850-838.
9090.
4/15tflH
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NODOWNPAYMENTforlandowners
(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 payinent
for land owners! Call Prestige Home
Centers 352-493-2492 or 1-800 477.
2492.
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Hurry Free Down Payment money, do it
now!!! Prestige Home Centers, Inc.
800-477-2492; 13771 NW Hw 19
Chiefland.
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Apartmentic fent one yeilrleise^ 1
bed/1 bath $425 with $425 d posit;
also, 2 bd/2 bath $575 plus $575
deposit.Callforappointment223. 369.
No pets.
5/22-6/5
For rent 3 B/2 Ba $500 month, 1st, last
plus security.386-209-2438.
5/27-6/5
Taking applications for 2 BRi2 Ba $475;
2 BR/1 Ba $375 and 2 BR/2 Ba $400.
All set up in Everett's Mobile Home
Park.Water, sewer & garbage included
bnerrseonn MPohnodnae #W5e8d4- d 9Apa2
5 p.m. References required. Ask for Ms.
Betty.
4/22tfEMH
Small furnished trailer for rent. One
adult only. No children. no pets. Utilities
and satellite TV included. Good
referencesneeded.$125perweekplus
$125 deposit. Call 584-2199.
5/27-6/12
3 BR/2 BA Very clean. Stove,
refrigerator and D/W. No pets or
smoking inside. Robinson and Aman
Rd. 2 acres land,
$750 plus deposit. 850-578-2240.
5/22-6/12

3 Bed/2 Ba. house, 1 acre of land, no
pets. Call 843-2889.
6/3-6/5

2 bedroom 1 bath mobile home. Large
front porch, central Heat/AC, Just in city
limits.Not in park.$450 month, 1st, last
. and deposit.850-303-2231.
6/3-6/5


Southern'.olin of Perry
Looking For Appilcants!
Roeuncth rsassic tnecde lavailab HHCUD
non- HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon.-Thurs.
Call 850-584-8111. TDDITTY 711. 315
Puckett Rd, Perry, FI, 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
5/2tfnSV
Large Camper, near city for rent.
Furnished, water, electric, AC anddTV, 1
iv2at $ 5 1 tswe n std aanst
with $100 damage.584-8618.
5/29tfBW
For rent two 1 bedroom apartments
just refinished and ready to occupy Call
850-584-6666 ext. 401. Free
RP I ^ No pMtusstallowhave good
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Newly remodeled 4 bd/2 ba with
computer room, carport, work shed,
new roof, great location down town
area. Behind Wachovia Bank. 409 W.
Bay St. $97,500. 838-6077 or 584-
2270.
5/20tfJM
Land for sale, 221 North Between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker
Rd.1acrelotswithpavedroads.Owner
financing available. Please call (386)
658-1346 or (850) 584-7466.
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2003 Mercury Grand Marquis LS,
$7,000. Call 584-2188.
6/3-6/5

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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 * To I
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$8 & up Hwy 19 S.* 838-1422* 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


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$164 Queen pillow top mattress and
box spring set. New Manufacturer
wrapped, full warranty. 222-7783.
Delivery available.
6/5GCN2

$549 Living room matching set.100%
Micro fiber. Still in crate. never used.
Can deliver.545-7112
6/5GCN2

7-pc.sleighbedroomset.Newinboxes.
$699. Delivery available. 222-7783.
6/5GCN2
All leather sofa and love seat, list
$1999. Must sell, $799. New in plastic
and full warranty Can deliver.545-7112
6/5GCN2
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Old Silver CoinS
Scrap Gold
Old Comic Books
Used Furniture (LR, DR, BR)
Used Appliances
Taylor County Memorabilia




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
Brand new King plush top mattress set,
$279, still in plastic and full warranty,
Can deliver 545-7112
6/5GCN2
Casual dinette set wl4 chairs. Solid
wood. Brand new $299 still in plastic
and full warranty. Can deliver.545-7112
6/5GCN2
Formal dining room table, 6 matching
upholstered chairs. $499 New in boxes.
Can deliver.545-7112
6/5GCN2
Full mattress w/matching base $135.
Brand new with warranty. 222-7783
6/5GCN2

King size bedroom set 7 pc. solid wood
- dovetailed drawers. New still in boxes,
Worth $4000 give away for $1299.Can
deliver.425-8374.
6/5GCN2
New bookshelves, still in box $99. Call
222-7783.
6/5GCN2


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81 NZPage Rd.
48edrooms,2.5Baths
$750/mo.
First and last month's rent de
prior to moving in.
902 E. Green St.
4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths
$650/mo.
First and last month's rent due
priotto moving in.
1315 E. Center St-
2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath
$400/mo.
(noretrigerator & stove)
Will need references,
No pets on any of these,




Kelly & Kelly Properties
ft (850) 223-2370
**LL] 127 S. Jefferson St.

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.
1/7tfLS
Furnished Efficiency apartment for
rent. Only for 2 adults. No pets, no
children. Utilities and satalite TV
provided. Good references needed.
$150 per week plus $150 deposit. Call
584-2199.
5/27-6/12

Westgate Rooms available for rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
A ate4r0 Ed n45 i Irudeod R65
sites $19 daily, $70 weekI $250
monthly Tax included, 1627 Byron
Butler Pkwy.850-843-8810.
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OPEN HOUSE

THIS SATURDAY ALL DAY
(by owner)
1605 N. Calhoun St"


Large 3 4D6 OBOA Home
Large lot, new roof, new paint
Nice quiet neighborhood
Separate offices/warehouse
Large eat-in Kitchen/Family Room

(850) 240-0701


OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, June 7 2:00-5:00 p.m.
103 Seminole Rd. (off Plantation)
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Four Family Beach Road Garage Sale.
Saturday, June 6, from 7 a.m. 2 p.m.
Washer, dryer, gas stove, clothing,
household items. Great stuff! 8622
Beach Rd. 3 miles from Perry, right
before Kelley Grade.
6/3-6/5BRGC

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Two family yard sale Saturday at 1977
Dice Road from 7 a.m. until. Tools,
children items and much more.
6/3-6/5

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Sales of new and used computers,
Service available in your home
business. 838-1683.
1/01PC
Yard Sale: Lots of everything.
Woodscreek Rd, Turn N. Page
Rd. Follow signs to Melvin Page
Lane
6/5


Furnished trailer for rent.1 or 2 adults
only. No children, no pets. Utilities and
satalite TV provided, $155 per week,
plus $155 security deposit. or $600 per
month, plus $155 security deposit.
References needed.
6/3-6/19
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WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS
$199 MOVE-IN SPECIAL
For Basic to Market renters. 1,2, or 3
BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered
and rental assistance may be available.
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.
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Bath; storage area, No pets, No
children. First months rent and security
deposit required. Utilities not included.
Credit check and references required.
Semi-commercial area. For more
information, please call 850-584-6666'
ext 407.
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For Rent: 2 BR/1 BA mobile home not
in a park. Sorry no pets. $350/mo. +
electric. 1st, last and security. 223-
3347.
6/5-6/10
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1 and 2 bedroom Condos for Rent.
$600-$700. Included in price Water,
cable, internet and hot tub in
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Licensed and insured. Free estimates.
We also grind stumps. Cail today 838-
1280. Firewood for sale.
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Yard Sale Saturday at 707 W. Veterans
Dr. 8 a.m. 12 noon. Three blocks past
Jack and Jill Day care.Turn left on
VeteransDrive.Women'sdressclothes,
pant suits, shoes, purses, books and
novelties,
6/5
Yard sale 1017 N. Page Rd. off Woods
Creek Rd. Off of Woods Creek Rd.
Saturday 8 a.me- until.
6/5
Indoor Sale 1133 Melvin Page Ln.
Friday and Saturday 7 a.m. 4 p.m.
Refrigerator, small hand tools, sofa,
collectible furniture and glass.
6/5
Yard Sale Contract on Beach House,
must sell everything for 2nd home. 222
Pinetand St. Saturday 7 a.m. 11 a.m.
Call for more information 584-4078.
6/5
2-Family Yard Sale 309 Glenridge
Road. Clothes, bedding, household
items and lots more.8 a.m. 11 a.m.
6/5
Yard Sale Saturday 8 a.m.- ? Corner of
Orange St. and Hwy, 27. Old Hughes
Supply, clothes, some toys, some tools,
odds and ends. Lots of stuff.
computers, starting at $50.
6/5
Yard sale Saturday, 1313 Pinecrest
Street past the high school look for
signs. Kitchen items, China cabinet'
what nots, plus-size clothes, shoes,
household items, a lot of great items.?
a.m.- 12 noon.
6/5
Multi-Family Yard Sale June 6, at Tri-
County Electric Coop. 1500 S.
Jefferson St. 8 a.m. noon. Baby
clothes, household items, adult clothes,
plus much more.
6/5
Yard sale Friday and Saturday, 221
North in Lake Bird.
6/5

Five family yard sale Saturday, June 6,
8 a.m. 12 noon. Located at 117
Poppell Drive (off Old Dixie Hwy.)
Name brand clothes for women, girls'
boys and men. Shoes, wedding dress,
wedding items, toys, baby high chair,
baby changing table, what nots, dishes,
etc. There is a little of everything for
everyone.
6/5

Yard sale Saturday, 8 a.m. 12 noon '
Pate St. (off Hwy. 98)
6/5

Back yard and carport moving sale at
7:30 a.m. 2 p.m. on June 6, at 105
Seminole Road in Pine Ridge.
Everything from baby toys to big pots
and pans. 843-0931.
6/3-6/5


2006 Suzuki 4-wheeler. 5 speed
manual, 2 sets rear.wheels, 4 stroke.
Fast and fun. $1600 or trade for truck or
automatic 4-wheeler. 850-843-0883.
6/3-6/5


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Looking for experienced refrigeration
technician. Must have clean driving
record. Also, looking for a
Bookkeeper/Receptionist. Send
resumes to adv ref@fairpoint.net.
Drug Free Workplace. Call 584-3626.
5/6tfAR
The Healthy Start Coalition of
Jefferson, Madison and Taylor Counties
is currently accepting Requests for
Proposals for a direct service position
effective July 1st. The contract will
consist of outreach efforts and working
with collaborative partnerships to
promote the Whole Child Connection
system. The successful applicant will
conduct Whole Child profiles in a three-
county area and provide technical
assistance to Whole Child Advisory
Boards. The candidate will also
provide family counseling and
navigation of the health and social
system as determined by the Whole
Child Connection. For a copy of the
complete Request for Proposal, please
contact Cindy Hutto at 850-948-2741 or
cjhutto @ health y start j m t. or g .
Proposals should be received by the
close of business, June 19, 2009 for
consideration
6/3-6/12


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Garage Sale Saturday, June 6, 8 a.m.-
until. Lots of stuff.2148 Kasper St. Look
forsigns.OffofWoodsCreekRd.
6/5
Yard Sale Saturday 8 a.m. 1 p.m. at
Perry First Church of God. North Hwy.
221.
6/5

Large Yard Sale. Boys and girls 0-4T
clothes, adult clothes, two bicycles and
more! 8 a.m. noonish. 604 Quail St.
6/5
Two family yard sale 8 a.m. -1 p.m.
Saturday, June 6, at 305 Dogwood Way
( Old Dixie to Palmetto St., then left on
Dogwood Way.) Exercise equipment,
Pampered Chef and kitchen items,
toys, furniture, books, small appliances,
adult and children's clothing, house
plants and more!
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the docket number of which Is 09-
095-CA. Any person claiming on
interest in the surplus from the sale, if
any, other than the property owner
as of the date of the lis pendens must
file a clalm within sixty (60) days after
the sale.
WiTNESS my hand and the official
seal of said Court, this 2nd day of
June,2009.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
TaylorCounty, Florida
By: Marti Lee
Deputy Clerk
6/05

The Board of County Commissioners,
Taylor County, Florida, pursuant to
Florida Statute, Chapter 287, is
advertising for Proposals for the Taylor
County Magnetic Resonance
Imaging (MRI) Equlpment Project, to
be installed at Doctors' Memorial
Hospital, located at 333 N. Byron
Butler Parkway, Perry, FL 32347.
Qualifled firms or individuals desiring
to provide the required products or
serylces must submit five (5)
packages in a sealed envelope or
Apa age ma "SMeaG E
RESONANCE IMAGING (MRI)
EQUIPMENT PROJECT" to the Clerk of
Court, 1st Floor Courthouse, 108 North
rnyP oetdult2e31 or P Box
later than 4:00 P.M., local tlme, on
Tuesday, June 16, 2009. All RFPs MUST
have the respondent's name and
mailing address clearly shown on the
outside of the envelope or package
when submitted. RFPs will be opened
and respondents announced at 6:15
:sug','reo:'vie:::7,gee"';:
2009 In the Taylor County
Administrative Complex, 201 East
Green street, Perry, Florldo 32347,
i'";nhoemalt OMUSTo a ed
courthouse, 108 North Jefferson
street, suite 102, Perry, Florida 32348,
(850) assasos.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 09-095-CA
PAT DANDRIDGE,
Plaintiff
-vs- '
SUSAN DUNCAN,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NoticE is hereby given that ANNIE
MAE MURPHY, Clerk of the Circuit
court of Taylor county, Florldo, willon
the 30TH day of JUNE, 2009, at 11:00
. a.m. at the front door of the Taylor
county courthouse in the Clty of
Peny, Florida, offer for sale and sell ot
public outcry to the highest and best
bidder for cash, the following
described property situated In Taylor
County, Florida, to-wit:
Parcel No. 28-02-07-01828-000
TheNorthHalf of Block24of McLean,
Morgan & Company Subdivision as
per plot or map on record In the
OfficeoftheClerkoftheCircultCourt
of Taylor County. Florlda in Plat Book
1. Page 4. Said Block 24 is located in
or near the area known as Shady
Grove; furthermore said Block is
bounded on the East by the Llve Oak,
Perrth Me St to thoenW s
by Slaughter Street and on the South
by Garden Street, and is located in
section 28, Township 2 South, Range 7
Eastbla or Cotunty, Flor Grand
Doublewlde mobile home with ID#ls
GAGMTDO6731A & GAGMTDO6731B^
pursuant to the Final Judgment of
Foreclosure and for Replevin entered
In a case pending in said Court, the

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In Taylor County, Florida:
unit 1 KEATON BEACH LANDINGS
commence at the SW corner of Lot
95, Unit 2, Keaton Beach Subdivision
and run North 5 degrees 47' 00" West
along Keaton beach road right of
way 276.35 feet; thence run North 84
degrees 13' 58" East 32.27 feet to the
Point of Beginning; thence from said
POB continue North 84 degrees 13'
58" East 49.0 feet; thence run South 5
degrees 46' 02" East 18.85 feet;
thence run South 84 degrees 13' 58"
West 49.0 feet; thence run North 5
degrees 46' O2" West 18.85 feet to the
Point of Beginning. Also being unit 1
of Keaton Beach Londing. Together
with the exclusive use and possession
of boat sllp number # 1, which use
and possession shall.ron with the land
described herein and shall be
inseparable therefrom,
pursuant to the Final Judgment
entered in a case pending in said
Court, the style of which is indicated
above. Any person or entity claiming
an interest in the surplus; if any,
resulting from the foreclosure sale,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the Lis Pendens, must file
0 claim on same with the Clerk of
Court within 60 days after the
forecleaure s er d and official seal of
said Court this 20 day of May, 2009.
in accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing a special
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact Court
Administration at 108 N. Jefferson
Street, Perry, Florida 32347, telephone
(850) 838-3506, not later than seven
(7) days prior to the proceeding. If
heading impaired, (TDD) 1-800-955-
8771, or Voice (V) 1-800-955-8770, via
Florldo Relay Service. CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT By: Marti Lee Deputy
Clerk .
A TOOUR SEAL)FOR PLAINTIFF John
Howarth Farren
BUTLER & HOSCH, P.A.
3185 S. Conway Road Suite E
Odr )ndo F5L2 812
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any irregularities in the RFP process.
The County reserves the right to
award any contract to the
respondent which it deems to offer
the best overall service. The County,
in its sole and absolute discretion,
also reserves the right to waive any
minor defects in the process and to
accept the proposal deemed to be
in the County's best interest. No
faxed RFPs will be accepted.
Additional information may be
obtained from:
Bill Brynes, Interim CFO
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
333 N. Byron Butler Parkway
Perry, FL 32347
(850) 584-0652
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS, Taylor County,
Florida
TAYLOR COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
5/29,6/5


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO:
62-2007-CA-856 BANK OF NEW YORK
AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
CERTIF ATEHOLDENRS CWAL N6 CS,
MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-0C8
aintifB RNARD SANDERS A/K/A
BERNARD R. SANDERS, JR A/K/A
BERNARD SANDERS JR; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF BERNARD SANDERS A/K/A
ARD ANDNDS R.; HOA/TK/A
RAGANS; BETTY JO RAGANS: KEATON
BEACH LANDINGS HOMEOWNERS
A nOo e rs, dN eesa antees
creditors, and other unknown persons
Or unknown spouses claiming by,
through and under any of the above-
named Defendants, Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
LE SOT Is r by iven th
Court of Taylor County, Florida, will on
the 23 day of June 2009, at 11 00
o'clock A.M. at Taylor County
Court 10 s ea

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