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Place of Publication: Perry, Fla
Publication Date: August 7, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Taylor County Commissioner
Pat Patterson will hold a town hall
meeting Thursday, Aug. 13, at 6
p.m. at Jerkins Community
Center,
The meeting will focus on
Census 2010 led by Evelin
Ramirez of the U.S. Census
Bureau; property values with
Taylor County Property Appraiser
Bruce Ratliff, emergency
preparedness with Taylor County
Public Safety Director Jeff
Manning; and a county overview
with County Administrator Jack
For more information contact
Patterson at 584-6658.

Free financial class
provided by United

T8he United Way of the Big
Bend's "Best Project" will be
offering a free, four-week
financial education class in Perry.
The classes will help
individuals build their financial
knowledge, manage their money
wisely and improve their financial
healthy
QIasses begin on Tuesday,
Aug. 18, from 6 until 8 p.m. and
will continue on Aug. 25, Sept.1
and Sept. 8 at Buckeye
Community Federal Credit
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A Back-to-School Fair for all
students K-12 will be held this
Saturday, Aug.8, from10 a.m.to
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Sm red Smiles R Us
and the Tobacco Prevention
Program at the Taylor County
Health Department, the event will *

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attend will receive free
backpacks with supplies.
(Students must be present.)

DPIve underway for
bicycle Italinets
Taylor County United is
currently collecting donations for
bicycle helmets.
For more Information, please
call 584-8974 or 584-4596. The
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Cholestcheck (800) 713-3301
(No appointment necessary.)

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The Family Council at Marshall
Hepithcare is sponsoring a
drawing to raise funds for several
ongoing projects, including
constructing a famp for the rock
garden at the facility. Tickets are
available for a $5 donation and
two winners will be chosen, each
of whom will walk away with
$100. The drawing will be held
Thursday, Aug.27.
Tickets are available from any
council member. For more
Information, contact Melvin
Parker at 578-2582'


For shooting death of pregnant woman


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The Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA) recently awarded Taylor County its Planning Excellence
Award for Rural Visioning for 2000 through the Vision 2060 project, which created a 50-year "blueprint"
for the county, County Administrator Jack Brown accepted the award on behalf of the county and presented it to
the county commission Monday during their regular board meeting. Commissioners thanked DCA and all those
who worked on the project. They also agreed to send letters of gratitude to DCA as well as each member of the
Vision 2060 Task Forc and other volunteers involved with the vision. Shown above are (from I to r): county
commissioners Lonnie Houck and Malcolm Page, Browrk .and commissioners RudolpkPerker,4at Patterson and
Mark Wiggins.
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toward him) between him and
.the barrel. He fired one shot
and it struck Ms. Bell in the
back."
"This was a tragic accident.
The victim wfis unfortunately
sitting in the shadow and the
investigation determined that
Mr. Miller was not trying to
shoot in her direction," Phelps
said. He noted that the
investigation also showed that
alcohol was not a factor in the
case.


plea to the manslaughter change
and adjudication will be
withheld,
"That means that if he
successfully completes the
probation period, he will not be
a convicted felon in the future,
Withholding adjudication is
common with first offenders,"
Assistant State Attorney Deve
Phelps said,
The victim, Angel Bell, 21,
of Sunrise (Fla.) died at a home
on Black Tail Way off Jody


Morgan Grade Nov. 10, 2007;
she was approximately six
months pregnant,
Bell was one of eight
individuals--including Miller--
who had been at the residence
most of that week. She was in
town with her boyfriend,
Terrence Manero, whose father
owned the home where they
were staying,
According to the
investigation conducted by
Taylor County Sheriff's Office


Inv. Donna Lee, "Several of the
subjects had been target
practicing on and off
throughout the day. The shooter
(Miller) said that around 9
p.m., he went into the house
and got a 22-caliber rifle. When
he came back out, he fired two
shots into the woods and then
aimed one shot at burn barrel
located next to one of the
visitor's vehicles. He said he
didn't see that Ms. Bell was
sitting in a chair (with her back


A Margate (Fla,) man who
shot and killed a pregnant
woman here in November 2007
has been sentenced to 10 years
probation,
Matthew S. Miller, 32, who
was charged with
manslaughter, reached a plea
agreement with the State
Attorney's Office in mid-July.
He will serve the first two
years of probation under house
arrest,
Miller entered a "uo contest"


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The Taylor County
Commission agreed Monday to
join with counties and cities
from around the region to
create a new authority to
seek stimulus funds to
construct broadband Internet
infrastructure in underserved
areas.

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late last month and then
returned to the issue Monday,
unanimously agreeing to enter
into an interlocal agreement
creating the North Florida
Broadband Authority,
The authority will consist
of participating county
and municiped governments
Toctited'~ within the North
Florida Rural Area of Critical
Economic Concern, which is
composed of Baker, Bradford.
Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,
Hamilton effiersonLPafatyeue:
Suwannee, Taylor and Union
counties,
The organizational meeting
of the new authority board will
be held today (Friday) at 2 p.m.
at Lake City Community
College, Building 103, 149 SE
College Place, in Lake City,
The initial purpose of the
authority will be to make a
grant application for
broadband stimulus funding
through the American
R ove2r0Wand RReinvestment
According to Taylor County
Development Authority
Director Rick Breer, the
authority will be seeking
between $30 million and $150
million for the project,


them, only maintain the same
rates or lower them at the
upcoming hearings.
If commissioners had
adopted the roll-back village
rates, they would have received .
approximately $407,000 in
additional revenue. In most
years, when property values are
mereasmg, the roll-back rate


would represent a drop in the
village rate. This year,
however, if the commission
were to adopt the rollback rate,
it would be a village rate
increase.
As if stands, the county's
village rates will be 7.0113 for
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The Taylor County
Commission has adopted its
proposed budget for 2009-10
totaling $46,6 million.
Commissioners also agreed
to keep the county ad valorem
property tax rates the same,
The action was taken during
4 special meeting held
Thursday, July 30. A public


hearing has been set for
Monday, Sept. 14, with a final
hearing one week later on Sept.
17 to formally adopt the budget
and millage rates.
According to County
Finance Director Tammy
Taylor, now that the board has
set its proposed millage rates,
commissioners cannot increase


The assigned monitors must
pass through a screening
process before selection to
work at the splash pad, Cay
Manager Bob Brown said.
Some local citizens lodged
complaints with council


members regarding
unsupervised youngsters at the
splasly pad and voiced
concerns about their well-
being.
** Please see page 2


City Hall has developed a
unique solution to complaints
regarding unsupervised activity
ot the Gerald Walker Park
Splash Pad---it has partnered
with the local probation office
to allow individuals to "work


off" community service hours
by serving as monitors at the
site.
'The arrangement has been in
place for a few weeks now and
officials report "it is working
well."


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in unfavorable grade mix
changes in Buckeye's specialty
fibers segment,
The impact of reduced
operating income was partially
offset by a lower effective tax
rate. While overall selling
prices were lower, primarily
driven by declines in fluff pulp
prices, they were more than
offset by lower input prices for
raw materials, energy and
transportation costs.
Compared to the third
quarter, sales rose 3.1 percent
and adjusted operating income
excluding the alternative fuel
mixture credits rose 11.5
percent. This improvement was
driven by higher shipment
Please see page 8


Buckeye Technologies Inc.
this week announced a fourth
quarter net income of $46.5
million. The quarter's earnings
included net income of $39.6
million from alternative fuel
mixture credits. .
Net sales were $177 million
for the fourth quarter, which
ended June 30, compared to
$215 million in the fourth
quarter of fiscal year 2008.
Excluding income from
alternative fuel mixture credits,
adjusted net income for the
period was $6.8 million versus
$9.3 million last year. This
decrease in earnings was driven
by reduced operating income
due primarily to the economic
downturn which has reduced
shipment volumes and resulted


NOW alTIVal.
Ted Sanders, pharmacy director at Doctors' Memorial Hospital, watches as Florida
Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) Doctor of Pharmacy candidate
Malik Sanders uses a new Compouhding Aseptic Isolator the hospital recently
purchased with state grant funds, For more, please see page A 2.


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Splash- pad monitors log community service hours


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Curves of Perry collected more than 400 pounds of food and a $200 gift card
during its annual food drive. The contributions were donated to Our Father's
Storehouse, which is coordinated by First Baptist Church. Shown are Kristy
Smyrnios, Karen Pitts and owner Babs Barton, who thanked both Curves members
and friends at Capital City Bank for their donations.


SPLASH PAD
Continued from page 1
In addition to adding a full-
time supervisor at the site, the
city also changed the days of
Operation to Tuesday through
Sunday, from noon to 6 p.m.
Council members also
recently reviewed a new set of
rules posted at the site:
Use at own risk--the city
assumes no liability for injuries
or damages arising from the
results of participation. .
Free admission. (One city
representative stated that there
had been reports of older
children standing at the gate
and charging younger children
admission.)
No running, pushing,
.wrestling, sitting on shoulders
or spitt lodrwater.must be
accompanied by and constantly
supervised by adult.
No one over 18 allowed 1
unless accompanying a child.
No furniture allowed under

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405.34 Advertisement by Health Care Provider of free or discounted service required statement-the patient & any other penon responsible for payment has a
dght a whee to pay. cancel payment, or bc trimbursed for a payment for any other services. examination, or treatment which is performed as a insult of &
within 72 hours of responding to the adveitisement for the free, discounted fee, or reduced fee services, examinations or treatment.




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THE TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,
2009, AT 6:10P.M. OR AS SOON THEREAFTER AS PRACTICAL, IN
THE ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEX, LOCATED AT 201 EAST GREEN
STREET, PERRY, FLORIDA, 32347 TO ADOPT A RATE RESOLUTION
FOR THE GULF COAST ESTATES SUBDIVISION MUNICIPAL
SERVICES BENEFIT UNIT (M.S.B.U.) WHICH WILL PROVIDE ROAD,
STREET LIGHTING AND GENERAL MAINTENANCE.


The total Revenue to be collected Annually, by the assessment will be
$4.489.87 and will be payable at $320.70 per LQ _T, until amended by the
Board of County Commissioners.


The following map depicts the GULF COAST ESTATES SUBDIVISION.

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9480-235 a
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9480-205 9480-210 9480-219 3 96 Ac as Ac targe,
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The Taylor County Tax Collector shall bill each affected parcel on the
annual tax bills. Owners of affected parcels have the right to appear at the
,
public hearing and/or file written objections within 20 days of this notice's
publication date. Objections may be hand delivered, or mailed to:
Taylor County Administrative Complex
201 E. Green Street
Perry, Florida 32347


Notice 6f Public Hearing

THE TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
WLL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,
2009, AT 6:20 P.M. OR AS SOON THEREAFTER AS PRACTICAL, IN
THE ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEX, LOCATED AT 201 EAST GREEN
STREET, PERRY, FLORIDA, 32347 TO ADOPT A RATE RESOLUTION
FOR THE CEDAR ISLAND EAST SUBDIVISION MUNICIPAL SERVICES
BENEFIT UNIT (M.S.B.U.) WHICH WILL PROVIDE ROAD AND
GENERAL MAINTENANCE.


The total Revenue to be collected Annually, by the assessment will be
$800.00 and will be payable at $800.00 until amended by the Board of County
Commissioners.


The following map depicts the CEDAR ISLAND EAST SUBDIVISION.

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The Taylor County Tax Collector shall bill each affected parcel on the
annual tax bills. Owners of affected parcels have the right to appear at the
public hearing and/or file written objections within 20 days of this notice's
publication date. Objections may be hand delivered, or mailed to:
Taylor County Administrative Complex
201 E. Green Street
Perry, Florida 32347


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of Health Rural Capital
Improvement Grant.
"The glovebox is essential
for the hospital to meet the new
government and industry
standards for the preparation of
sterile products," said Ted
Sanders, director of pharmacy
at DMH, "These standards
were established by the United
States Pharmacopeia (USP) to


ensure products prepared
within hospitals are of the same
quality and sterility as those
prepared by the pharmaceutical
industry."
The guidelines set forth by
USP Chapter 797 have led
hospitals nationwide to invest
in upgrades in new technology
and equipment. DMH
considered retrofitting the
pharmacy by installing a clean
= -butas o ed feor c
effective alternative, Sanders
said-
The clean room would have
been at least double the cost of
the glovebox to install, along
with being much more
expensive to operate on a daily
basis. With DMH's fairly low
IV volume, the hospital felt the
glovebox option was a better
choice, he continued.
DMH pharmacists are now
being trained in using this new
technology.
"This is the only facility with
an isolator between Tallahassee
and Gainesville," Sander said.
"Our patients can be assured
their IV products will be
prepared by trained
pharmacists working under the
most modern conditions
available."


Doctors' Memorial Hospital
(DMH) pharmacists are going
inside the box to avoid the
possibility of preparing
contaminated intravenous (IV)
solutions,
The hospital recently
obtained a $13,000 glovebox,
formally known as a
Compounding Aseptic Isolator,
through a Florida Department


water features.
No.food or glass contained
allowed inside fence.
Children who are not toilet
trained must wear approved
swim diapers.
Seek immediate proper
shelter outside of fenced area in
times of lightning.
No tobacco use allowed,
No person having a skin
disease, inflamed eyes, nasal or
ear discharge or any
communicable disease may
enter fenced area.
No cliinbing on anything.
Please respect the park and
others using it,


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Dr. Michael Walby
404 E. Ash Street
Perry, FL 32347
850-584-2200


Offer good through August 28, 2009!
call now.
Ask about Ultra-Violet protection, Polarized, &
Miror coatings to further protect your eyes
from damage from the sun!


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BROADBAND
Continued from page 1
depending on cost estimates
expected to be completed soon.
There is approximately $7.7
billion for broadband
expansions in the stimulus bill
to be used for unserved and


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Taylor Medical Center is spearheading a new event entitled
"Taylor County Walks," with a kick-off planned Monday, Aug.
17.
Running through Sept. 24, Taylor County Walks encourages
local groups, businesses, churches and individuals to form
walking teams to inspire each other to stay active. Registration
for teams is free.
Prizes will be awarded to the most improved team and
individual, and participants will be entered into a drawing for
a Nintendo Wii with fitness programs.
The opening ceremony for Taylor County Walks will be held
Monday, Aug. 17, at 5:30 p.m. at the Taylor County Sports
Complex. Team members will be given a pedometer to keep
track of their steps during the event and baselines will be
established to monitor improvement.
To register a team, or make a donation to the event, contact
Taylor Medical Center at 838-2030.


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underserved areas.
A feasibility study is
currently being conducted to
determine the cost of the
project as well as where the
new network would be
established.
According to a representative
with Government Services


Group, Inc., which was hired to
conduct the study, the proposed
network "will be a new
network, connecting to the
Internet backbone (worldwide
fiber network) primarily
through wireless, that will
deliver speeds to both public
and private customers with
minimum speeds of 100 Mbps
upstream and downstream.
This is between 1200 and 5000
times faster than the minimum
established by the grant
program."
Breer said if grant funding is
secured, it will be used to
construct "middle mile
infrastructure, comparable to
an interstate in a road network.
Further grants could then be
sought for "last mile" funding
to provide end-user services
where no other providers have
done so.
According to the interlocal


agreement, the authority can
olTer broadband internet
services to public and private
users and charge a fee for the
use (similar to a sewer district).
The authority does not have the
ability to tax, only charge for
services offered.
Breer added that the new
network, which would be many
times faster than other internet
options in the area would be
beneficial to public entities,
law enforcement, healthcare
and more. He also said the
network could be an economic
driver in that many businesses
look over areas that lack such
connections when siting new
facilities.
The county commission
appointed Commissioner Mark
Wiggins to be the board's
representative on the authority
with County MIS Director
Bobby Lewis as his alternate.


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ARE YOU HARD OF HEARING?


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Head Start and Perry Primary (Kmdergarten)
REGISTRATION:
Please bring your child's shot record and physical
*Please bring birth certificate, Social Security card, and proof of income for Head Start registration.




Entertainment:
M8090 and the One Man Band, Bounce House,
Princesses who do face art, and a Balloon Artist
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Mon.-Fri. 10am 7pm, Sat. by appointment only

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through Aug@

Spillover: Hi-Lites or Low-Lites
$35.00 short to medium hair
$45.00 medium to long hair
(does not include style)


Oysters on the Half Shell
1/2doz. $1.7 ozen .00
Rockefeller Balml
1/2 doz. $2.75 dozen $4.75
(with purchase of entree from this ad or menu)
Limited Time offer


Open Tues., Thurs., Fri. 10 am 6 pm
Wed. 10 am 5 pm, Sat. 10 am 5 pm,
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A major name brand hearing aid provider
wishes to field test a remarkable new hearing
instrument in the area. This offer is free of
charge and you are under no obligation.

The revolutionary 100% Digital instruments
are the latest technology to comfortably and
almost invisibly help you hear more clearly. This
technology solves the "stopped up ears," "head in
a barrel" sensation some people experience, and
have been clinically demonstrated to improve
hearing in noisy environments.


If you wish to participate, you will be required to have your hearing
tested in our office FREE OF CHARGE to determine candidacy.

There is no fee whatsoever for participating in this field test. Special
testing will be done to determine the increased benefits of this
technology.

This is a wonderful opportunity to determine if hearing help is
available for your hearing loss while you evaluate your performance
with this technology!

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The first 200 students
Will receive a FREE
backpack with supplies.
(Students must be present)
Free fluoride varnishes available through
Smiles K Us

zz. You can have your child immunized by the
' .. Taylor County Health Dept. free of charge,
please bring child's shot record


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A-4 Perry News-Herald August 7-8, 2009


Members of the July planning committee for the Red Hats are pictured left to
right: Patricia Lmdsey, Hattie Adams, Cheryl Gregory and Norma McGuire.



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For the wages sTiTde6 h but the gift of
God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.
Thirteen Steps to the Gallows
Time for me is running out, time is running out
For all the wrongs that I have done they soon will find me out
How I wish that I had stayed upon the righteous path
But the Lord knows why Istrayed now man will give his wrath
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O' Lord I knew not how to live I know not how to clie
I know I don't deserve a gift but help me God I cry
The time has come now I must go they've unlocked the door
fl/ soon be hanging from a rope to live and breathe no more
Although the Lord's forgiven me to man / still must pay
As we approach the crowded street the hangman he awaits
just thirteen steps for me to go to reach the gallows top
I feel this lump form in my throat as he prepares the knot
O' Lord please calm my trembling hands I know now they
As I hang fro to tened strands
My life it now is gone, gotw, id Withers


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The train to Heaven's waiting now you'd better get aboard
The engineer He's calling out and he may call no more
So don't you wait or you'll be late come on and get aboard
The tickets they don't cost a dime you ride this train for free
Cause Jesus He has paid the price upon Mount Calvary
Your ticket's paid so don't be late come on and get your seat
Your loved ones will be waiting there upon that other shore
They'll great you at the golden stairs when we pass through
the door
So forget your friends and all your sins come on and
get aboard
Oh can't you hear the whistle blow He's collin' all aboard
Those great wheels soon will start to roll it won't retum no more
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By CHERYL GREGORY
Publicity
The July 25th luncheon of the Roseheads of
Perry, chapter 2207 of the Red Hat Society, was
held at 11:30 a.m. at Old Mexico Restaurant in
Perry with 16 Red Hatters in attendance. Ladies
began arriving at 11:15, gave their drink orders,
and chose a seat. There were red and purple
napkins at each place setting. One table was
designated for door prizes, featured a red and
purple centerpiece, and, most importantly,
memories of Laura Taylor, a member who passed
away in July of 2008. The members of the July
planning committee were Hattie Adams, Cheryl
Gregory, Patricia Lindsey, and Norma McGuire.
Cheryl Gregory rang the Red Hat bell and
welcomed everyone. She answered questions
concerning the group's Relay For Life team. A


card for Barbara Patrick was passed around for
all to sign. July birthdays were announced, and
birthday wishes were extended to those ladies.
Warm, crispy tortilla chips and spicy salsa
were delivered to each table, which the ladies
enjoyed as they studied the many choices on the
menu. After lunch orders were taken, Patricia
Lindsey said the blessing.
Gregory announced important dates for Red
Hat outings and the committees for each. Cards
from members Mary Becht in Hattiesburg, Miss.,
and Thelma Birdwell in Kent, Wash., were read
and then passed around. Esther Ehle shared news
from member Bert Sabol, now living in New
York and doing very well.
There was discussion about an entry in the
Forest Festival Parade, with no interest shown. If
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for the president's project; the Madison Woman's
Club for donating bread weekly to shelters and
writing cookbooks; the Woman's Club of
Tallahassee for a hurricane party and seminar
held to showcase the efforts of the Capital Area
Red Cross; and the Tallahassee Junior Woman's
Club for its ninth annual Victorian Tea.
The Perry Woman's Club will resume
luncheon meetings in September, after a summer
recess.


The Fall 2009 edition of Florida Clubwoman
was just published, recognizing the Perry
Woman's Club for its partnership with the Perry
Shritie Club to present a special night of Bingo.
Proceeds from this event, topping $400, have
been channeled to the Florida Federation of
Women's Clubs for its president's project, Heifer
International.
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upcoming August luncheon
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cool, creamy guacamole.
Everyone enjoyed visiting as
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THE TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,
2009, AT 6:15 P.M. OR AS SOON THEREAFTER AS PRACTICAL, IN
THE ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEX, LOCATED AT 201 EAST GREEN
STREET, PERRY, FLORIDA, 32347 TO ADOPT A RATE RESOLUTION
FOR THE SCALLOP BAY SUBDIVISION MUNICIPAL SERVICES
BENEFIT UNIT (M.S.B.U.) WHICH WILL PROVIDE ROAD AND
GENERAL MAINTENANCE:

The total Revenue to be collected Annually, by the assessment will be
$2.505.51 and will be payable at $313.19 per LO__T, until amended by the
Board of County Commissioners.

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annual tax bills. Owners of affected parcels have the right to appear at the
public hearing and/or file written objections within 20 days of this notice's
publication date. Objections may be hand delivered, or mailed to:
Taylor County Administrative Complex
201 E. Green Street
Perry, Florida 32347


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BY PAT MCGRIFF
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pinfish under Cajuns in 5 7 feet
of water.
Ed Thomas of "TGIF" charters
sent in this report:
Gary Cooper and Charlie
Whitley of Ocala, with Sam Aed
of Tallahassee had 20 trout with
four over 20 inches on July 29
plus one 26.5 inch red. All were
caught on live pinfish fished
under Cajuns.
Jeff and Ed Sprayberry of
Ashburn, Ga., had 11 trout, 3
over 20 inches and a 25 inch
redfish on July 31 while fishing
with live pinfish under Cajun
Thunders.
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4th)foracharterWednesdayand
drifted pinfish (rigged 33 inches


under an oval Cajun Thunder)
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with one trout just over 21
inches long in just under two-
and-a-half hours ... all on the
incoming tide from 4.5 to 6.5
feet of water.
Seventeen year-old Bill
Wright, of Perry caught a 37
inch cobia (his first) on a Berkley
Gulp (pearl white) from 6 feet of
water Sunday, August 2nd.
Scallops are slowing
somewhat, according to reports,
from those who have been trying
to limit out close to the beach. I
hear there are more the further
south you go ... but I haven't
checked it out yet.
REMEMBER FLY YOUR
DIVE FLAGS It's the LAW!!!
And be very careful out there-


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Grandson shines in tourney
Sometimes we achieve more than we expect! That
is what Caelan Phillips, grandson of Perry resident Bud
Phillips, learned last weekend in his team's (Niceville)
8-0 win over the Chaires-Capitola Little League All-
Stars in the 9-10-year-old Section 1 championship
game. Shown above (left to right) are the Phillips men
representing three generations: Caelan's father Dan,
Caelan and grandpa Bud Phillips.

Flag football sign-up slated


386-758-0525 or going online at
MyFWC.com/HunterSafety.
All firearms, ammunition
and materials are provided
free of charge. Students should
bring a pen or pencil and paper,
Children under 16 must be
accompanied by an adult at all
times. The hunter safety course
is required for everyone 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.
People interested in attending
a 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 Lake City at 386-758-
0525.


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) is offering several
opportunities to take the free
hunter safety course in Taylor
county.
Two traditional two-day
classes will be in Perry at the
following dates and times: Sept.
12 and 13 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
and Oct. 3 and 4 from 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. An online-completion
day will be Nov. 7 from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. in Perry.
Students who have taken
the online course and wish
to complete the classroom
portion must bring the online-
completion report with them.
The exact locations for these
classes will be given to those
who register in advance by
calling the regional office at


The City of Perry Recreation
Department will hold
registration for the upcoming
flag league football season
beginning Aug. 17.


Participants, ages 7-9, may
signup Aug. 17-20 at the Taylor
County Sports Complex on U.S.
19 N. For more information'
call 584-3029.


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The City of Perry Recreation
Department will hold
registration for the upcoming
ecg neni g uue football season
Participants, ages 10-12, may
signup Aug. 10-12 at the Taylor
County Sports Complex on
U.S. 19 N.
For more information, call
584-3029.

Soccer camp

almost here
The Perry Soccer Association
p xs ene guat ==
for kids, ages 4-18.
Daily camp times will be
from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. for
ages4-12and4:30p.m.to7:30
p.m. for ages 13-18.
The morning session of the
camp will be held at the Perry
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Taylor County Sports Compiex
on U.S. 19 N.
For more information call
584-6438.


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Photography across from
Taylor Tech or The Fair Store
in downtown Perry. The cost is
$40 per participant.
For more information call
584-9418 or 584-6438.


The Perry Soccer Association
is starting fall registration for
coed Ul6 and Ul4 leagues
(ages 12-15) from Aug. 3 until
Aug. 12.
Sign-up will be at Taylor


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begi ic Aug. 1g s 7-12, may
sign up Aug. 17-20 at the Taylor
County Sports Complex on U.S.
19 N. For more formation,
call 584-3029.


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cheerleader registration for
the upcoming football season

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Anyone interested in
coaching in the upcoming City
of Perry Recreation Department
flag and tackle football leagues
should contact the recreation
office at 584-3029.


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302 N. Jeffersonj}t. Perry, Fl. (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460
Rev. James Tafor, pastor nursery provided Email fumcp@gtcom.net )

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Sunday Service6:00 -7:00
Nurseryprovidedwithadultsupervision9:45-12:00 Wednesday Night
Mike Hicks, pastor Youth Group 6:00 -7:30
19t5 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992 Study Group 7:00


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Upon Jesus
"God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.
Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the
mountains fall into the heart of the sea." -Psalm 46:1-2
For more information please contact
LAKESIDE BAPTIST CHURCH
"A Place to Call Home"


just wanting to learn more about our God?
Come Worship with us at

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714 N. Calhoun St
come study online http*//en.netiog.com/Ironyoda
Sunday Bible Study at 9:30 a.m. Telephone 584-2645
Morning Worship at 10:30 a.m. Email-perrycoc@gmail.com
Wednesday Bible Study at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is our Honored Guest!
$


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
102 N. Center St. 584-7068
...offering a Young Married Class
.
In the old "Citizens Bank" building
10:45 am on Sunday Mornings
Worship Service 9:30 am


John Judson Faircloth


Worship with us at
St. James Episcopal Church
SUNDAY SERVICES (
Holy Eucharist: 8 & 10 a.m.
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


The New Beginning Church family
will be celebrating our
Pastor's 12th Anniversary
the next 2 Sundays in August
(A 9 & 1 6)
ug.
Theme: If it had not been for the Lord,
I never would have made it.
The events will take place at


Church of God
1208 West Hampton Springs Ave
(98 West)
Pastor Jacqueline Doby and congregation of
New Hope United Methodist Church of Central
Florida will be in charge of the service
Aug. 9 & 16, at 4 p.m.
Come out and help us support this worthy cause.
You will be blessed.
The New Beginning Family
Evangelist Carrie C. White, pastor








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Withrthe theme, 'Come and
be blessed,' Neil Brooklyn will
sponsor a Back To School
clothes:give-away on Saturday
froril 8 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. in
the dining hall of the church.
Both new and used clothes (and
shoes) will be available.
Pl" acusonal mfynn n
at 584-4373.

Homecoming iS
Sunday
Athena Baptist Church will
celebrate its 112th
Homecoming on Sunday, Aug-
9. Services begin at 10:30 a.m-
Guest speaker for the day
will be Fred Edwards; special
mus n 1 pr d rmbe
members and friends are
cordially invited. Lunch will
be served following the

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Choir anniversary
celebrated
Antioch Missionary Baptist
Church will celebrate its choir's
anniversary this Saturday, Aug.
8, at 5 p.m. Everyone is
invited.

Youth Day at New
Brooklyn
The Rev. Donald L.
McBry to steebra nvit
Youth Day this Sunday, Aug. 9,
at New Brooklyn Missionary
Baptist Church. Services begin
at 11 a.m., featuring guest
speaker, LaTisha Patterson.

Holy Ghost revival
Scheduled
This weekend, the House of
Deliverance (located at 404 W.
Bacon St.) will present a two-


day revival led by Randy
Philon, Travis Osborne and
Johnny.Kinsey.
Host apostles, Ivory and
Rosa Ridgeway, invite
everyone to services Saturday
at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 11 a.m.
For more information, please
call 838-2067 or 584-4752.
Dinner will be served at the
pastor's house.
Stewart honors
paStor
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Pastor Appreciation Day on
Sunday, Aug. 9, beginning at 11
a.m. The event will honor the
Rev. Willie L. Merrick.
The church extends a
community-wide invitation.


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John Judson Faircloth, 69,
died Tuesday, August 4, 2009,
at home surrounded by his
loving family. Mr. Faircloth
wars bornaOctober 31, 1939, in
In 1961, John graduated
from the University of Florida,
where he was a member
of Kappa Alpha Order. He
served in the U.S. Army as
a first lieutenant in the 81st
Armor Division at Fort Hood,
Texas. John was a successful
costs a hoA ountand
later founded Faircloth and
Associates. He was also
serving as vice president of
Finance for Suwannee Lumber
Co. of Cross City, Florida.
John had many loves
in his life, including the
Florida Gators, Faircloth
family reunions, boating,
and spending time with his
friends and family. He was a
very active member of Egypt
Shrine Temple and served as
treasurer for the Pharoahs and
Royal Order of Jesters for
many years, past president
of the Tampa Gator Club,
past president of the Interbay
Sertoma Club, Tampa Sports
Club, and a past member of
Palma Ceia Golf and Country
Club. .
He is survived by his
loving wife Linda Faircloth;
sons, John (Kathy Todd)
Wade (Shirley Thompson)
daughter, Liz (Larry Guerra)
and six grandchildren; J.T. and


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Jackie Faircloth, Brooke and
Katie Faircloth and Lorenzo
and Isabella Guerra, all of
Tampa. He is also survived
by his brother. Frank "Bump"
Faircloth and many nieces and
nephews.
John was preceded in death
by his loving mother, Dorothy
Culpepper Faircloth, and
loving father, Judson Baldwin
Edircloth and his sister, Ann
Faircloth Wight.
A memorial service will
take place at 1 p.m. Friday,
August 7, 2009, at Bayshore
Baptist Church, 3111 W-
hYlo rison Ave., Tampa. A
celebration of John's life will
follow at the Palma Ceia Golf
atid Country Club.
Inlieuofflowersdonations
may be made to LifePath
Hospice, 3010 W. Azeele St.,
Tampa, FL 33609. Please sign
the online guestbook at www.
bloontcurrymacdill.com.


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Kids serving the community
During Vacation Bible School (V.B.S.), middle school and high school students along with their adult leaders worked on several volunteer projects in this
community. The cooperative V.B.S. was hosted by St. James Episcopal Church, First United Methodist Church, the Catholic Church of the immaculate
Conception and First Presbyterian Church with an outreach component for the older students. Participants went to Veterans Park to pull weeds and hear
about the history of the park from Ed Sheffield. They also visited the nursing home to play Bingo with the residents and host an ice cream social. Also
during the week, they visited the First United Methodist Church food pantry to learn about the needs of the hungry in our community and to pack bags
of food for distribution. The final activity found them setting up the church for the closing program, emceeing the event, and cleaning up the facilities
following a dessert social. During V.B.S., the churches collected food and supplies for the animal shelter and an offering to buy items for the food pantry.

Net sales total $755 million in fiscal year 2009


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volumes and lower input costs.
This was partially offset by
lower selling prices and mix.
Total debt declined by $61.1
million to $327.5 million during
the quarter of which $38 million
was due to the alternative fuel
mixture credit and $23.1 million
due to strong cash flow from
Operations and reduced capital
spending.
This allowed the company
to use the available borrowing
capacity on its bank credit facility
to retire all outstanding $110
million in senior subordinated
debt on July 31. The nearest term
debt maturity is now July 2012,
when $200 million revolving


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the general fund and 1.1215
for the MSTU fund, which is
imposed on property in the
unincorporated area of the
county for services duplicated
by the City of Perry, such as fire
service.
Overall, the county's
proposed 2009-10 budget
is 4.6 percent less than the
current year, although much
of that is due to decreases is
in a few funds. For example,
commissioners earmarked $2.2
million for equipment purchase
for Doctors' Memorial Hospital
earlier this year using excess
sales revenues which had been
accumulating.
With the county facing
dropping property values--the


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in Loving Memory of our Precious Mother

'Elsie Wlae Abercrombie 'Randall

Who walked through Heaven's gate October 6, 2008
I wish I could see you one more time come walking through the
door, but I know that is impossible I will never hear your voice
no more. I know you can feel my tears and you don't want me
to cry yet, but my heart is broken because I can't understand
why someone so precious had to die. I pray that God will give
me strength and somehow get me through as I struggle with this
heartache that was caused by losing you, Mother.
Happy 71st Birthday, Mom
'7 (August 9, 1938)
We love you and miss you dearly Mother
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Teasha & Howard, Roy & Tcya, Damon & James, Chalon, Toy sham.
Ernest, Moody, Willie & Ann, Donna Kaye 8 Debra, Donald 8 Glona
Barbara & Joseph, Chanda & Mario, Junnie, Sonya, Helen, Peggy Glanton,
Ameila & Jadaice, Larry & Alpha, Diane, Joann, Cecil & Martha, Richard &
Candies, Howard & Howariuna, Dewanye' & Freddriuna & Joshua


Executive Officer John B.
Crowe said the fiscal year
ending June 30 brought to a
close a very different and unique
year for Buckeye.
"A first quarter with record
sales of $221 million, the
challenges of the global
economic downturn beginning
in the second quarter, the
significant goodwill impairment
write-down and the alternative
fuel mixture credits made
fiscal year 2009 an adventure.
Comparing the fourth quarter
this year to the same period
last year is a comparison of two
different worlds and certainly
different market dynamics.
During the just completed
quarter, we continued to run
to order and, therefore, we


again took significant market
downtime at our Memphis
and Americana cotton fibers
facilities," Crowe said.
Crowe said the company's
wood fibers operation ran at
full capacity and its nonwovens
facilities ran at rates that were
considered strong based on the
last several years.
"While not satisfied with
our overall annual results, we
are pleased that our underlying
quarterly earnings improved
compared to the previous
quarter. Particularly pleasing
was the improvement in saleS
revenue and strong cash we
generated from operations in
addition to the cash generated
from the alternative fuel mixture
credits," he said*


credit facility matures.
This move is expected to
yieldsignificantinterestsavings,
beginning in August, as the
company has replaced eight
percent fixed rate bonds with
variable interest rate borrowings
on its bank revolver with current
interest rates of about 1.6
percent. As of July 31, total debt
was $310 million and availability
on the company's bank revolver
was $85 million.
Net sales for the fiscal year
ending June 30 were $755
million, down 8.6 percent
compared to record sales of $826
million in fiscal 2008. Total
fiscalyearadjustednetincome
was $22.6 million compared to
$47.1 million in fiscal 2008.
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80 to 85 percent of what had
been projected for the fund last
year had it been fully funded,
Bro19ti said tishig the 80
percent threshold, the county
would receive $327,000 for the
general fund and $36,000 for
the MSTU fund.
One budget issue remaining
is to earmark projects for the
county's capital project reserve
fund. Currently the fund has
approximately $2.5 million.
Officials said they plan to
keep $1 million unencumbered
and to earmark the rest for
certain projects.
Projects that have been
discussed include renovations
and demolition at the old
hospital building on Ash Street,
the new Keaton Beach park,
a park in Shady Grove, the
Steinhatchee boat ramp project


and improvements at Forest


gross taxable value countrywide
is expected to fall 3.5 percent or
$50 million--department heads
weie asked fd ciit fivb phi-chift
from their budgets and to hold
off on raises this year.
County officials are banking
on a state fund, created to
makeup lost revenue resulting
from property tax reforms
passed in 2008, to eliminate a
projected $330,000 shortfall
in recurring revenues versus
recurring expenses in the
county's general fund.
According to County
Administrator Jack Brown, he
was told by a representative
from the Small Counties
Coalition that while hard
numbers would not be available
until September on how muph
the county will receive from the
fund, it should be safe to budget


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IR COncert Aug. 16
First United Methodist Church will host bluegrass artist Valerie Smith and her
band, Liberty Pike, in concert Sunday, August 16, at 6 p.m. The event will be a
prelude to the upcoming series of "First Nights" services featuring country gospel
music performances with Josh Noland and Friends. First Methodist Church is
located downtown at the corner of Jefferson and Bay streets. The event is free and
everyone is invited. A love offering will be taken. For more information visit the
church's Web site at www.fumcperry.org or call 584-3028.


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Charles Maultsby was
awarded a "Certificate of
Outstanding Attendance" at the
North Central Florida Regional
Planning Council meeting on
July 23 by Scott Koons,
executive director of the
council,
The certificate was awarded
in recognition of his attendance
at every scheduled council
meeting during program year
2008-09. Maultsby served on
the council from 1989 to 1992,
from 2001 to 2007 and was
then re-appointed by Governor
Charlie Crist in 2008,
representing Taylor County as a
gubernatorial appointee.
The council, whose members
are local elected officials and
gubernatorial appointees,
administers a variety of state
and federal programs for north
central Florida including


Alachua, Bradford, Columbia,
Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton,
Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee,
Taylor and Union counties.
Programs include
development of the Strategic
Regional Policy Plan, technical
assistance to local governments
in development of their
comprehensive plans, land
development regulations
land grant management,
administration of developments
of regional impact,
local mitigation strategies,
hazardous materials, homeland
security, housing assistance
programs and economic
development. .
In addition, the council staffs
the Metropolitan
Transportation Planning
Organization for the
Gainesville Urbanized Area,
the North Central Florida Local


Emergency Planning
Committee, the North Central
Florida Regional Hazardous
Materials Response Team and
The Original Florida Tourism
Task Force.
Maultsby has been active in
the organization over the past
several years.
He has served as chairman,
vice-chairman, secretary-
treasurer, chairman of the
finance and program
committees and has been a
member of the board of
directors for eight terms.
He is currently serving on the
Regional Planning Committee
and has also served on the
Clearinghouse Committee and
as a representative to the
Florida Regional Councils
Association. .
The council's offices are
located in Gainesville.


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2009. Fall classes begin Aug.
24.
English 1101 focuses on
composition and research
methods and is a required
course for students seeking an
Associate in Arts degree. The
class will meet Fridays from 11
a.m. to 1:50 p.m. Other
sections of English 1101 are


available but do not qualify for
the tuition discount.
This course special cannot be
combined with any other
course specials and may not be
used in conjunction with
NFCC's TGIF Tuition
Scholarships.
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NFCC's course specials, please
visit www.nfec.edu.


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tuition for its Friday section of
English 1101.
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Festival at the Tallahassee
Automobile Museum. The event
features a Wine Maker Dinner
Saturday from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Tickets for the dinner at $125.0n
Saturday, the festival continues
with the Grand Wine and Food
Tasting featuring more than 150
wines and food from 25 area
restaurants; tickets are $40 in
advance and $50 at the door. For
more information or to purchase
tickets, visit www.winefoodfest.
com or call 850-644-8244.


AUG. 8
Join Birdsong Nature Center
volunteer Beth Grant for a walk
along some of center's less-
traveled trails and learn about
area's plants and animals.The
walk is geared toward adults
and families with children ages
8 and up. Admission is $3 for
friends, $6 for non-members;
children are half price. Birdsong
is located in Thomasville, Ga.
For more information, visit www.
birdsongnaturecenter.org.
AUG. 29
The Early Learning Coalition
of the Big Bend presents its
inaugural Ready for School Sock
Hop from 6 to 10 p.m. at the
Goodwood Carriage House in
Tallahassee. Tickets are $25. For
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Country star Kenny Chesney's
Sun City Carnival Tour hits the
capital city at the Tallahassee-
Leon County Civic Center. The
concert, which will also feature
Miranda Lambert, begins at 7:30
p.m.Tickets are $38.25, $59.50
or $91 and can be purchased at
the Civic Center box office, any
Ticketmaster outlet, by phone
at 800-322-3602 or online at
ticketmaster.com. For more
information, visit www.ticcc.org.


AUG. 29-30
The Big Bend Bird Club, Inc.,
presents the 20th Annual Exotic
Bird Fair and Festival at the.North
Florida Fairgrounds.The annual
fund-raising event--proceeds
going to help support avian
medical research, conservation
and preservation of exotic
birds--will feature educational
programs and vendors displaying
exotic birds, toys, food, cages
and more. Admission is $5 per,
day or $8 for a two-day pass;
children 10 and under are free.
For more information, visit www.
bigbendbirdclub.com.
AUG. 29-30
The Dedman School of
Hospitality at Florida State
University presents the inaugural
North Florida Wine & Food


August's slate
forth through time, and the woman with whom
he falls in love. Starring Eric Bana and Rachel
McAdams, the movie seems an odd choice
for director Robert Schwentke ("Flightplan,"
"Tattoo"), but the trailers are enticing.
The film is rated PG-13 for thematic elements,
brief disturbing images, nudity and sexuality.
Finishing off the weekend, opening in 800
screens across the country, is famed Japanese
animation director Hayao Miyazaki's latest film,
"Ponyo." Loosely based on the story of "The
Little Mermaid," it follows a young boy who
befriends a goldfish princess who longs to be
human. Miyazaki is considered one of the best
directors of all time, and with "Ponyo" receivmg
the largest opening release to date by distributor
Disney, there's no reason to miss this one.
The film is rated G.
'ST' Opening Aug. 21 will be three
additional films, including Quentin
Tarantino's World War II remake,
"Inglourious Basterds." The
film, starring Brad Pitt in the lead
- role, is about a team of Amencan-
led killers sent to Nazi-occupied
gill France with one mission, terrorize
the Nazis. Tarantino films as a
*. whole tend to fall into the "love
"g. themhatethem"categoryandthis
looks to be no different, promismg
brutal, gratuitous violence almost
from start to finish.
The movie is rated R for strong
graphic violence, language and
brief sexuality.

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life and ends up back at home with
her parents (Michael Keaton and
Carol Burnett). The trailers show
a nice blending of comedy, drama
and romance that could draw in
audiences as long as the concept
doesn't hit too close to home in the
current economic climate.
The film is rated PG-13 for
sexual situations and bnef strong
language.
Robert Rodriguez ("Spy Kids,
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another vibrantly colored special
effects extravaganza, Shorts:
The Adventures of the Wishing
Rock." In the movie, young Toe
Thompson's life is turned upside
down when he finds a rock that
fell from the sky which gives
its holder the ability to make his
dreams come true. After several
adults take control of the rock'
Toe and his friends must get it
back and save the day. Rodriguez'
.also known for his adult fare such
as "Sin City" and "Once Upon a
Time in Mexico," always goes
full speed.when it comes to his kids' movies'
which usually turns off the parents who have to
accompany their children.
The movie is rated PG for mild action and some
rude humor.
Just when you thought the month was over'
Aug. 28 brings us three more.
"The Final Destination," the fourth movie in
the horror series, follows the tried and true formula
of teens avoiding being killed only for death itself
to come back for them. This time around the
accident is a crash at a race track, but the creators
have upped the ante somewhat by presenting it
in 3-D. Beyond that, there's not much else to say
as the characters in these movies serve only as
canvases for the writer's and director's sadistic
imaginations to come up with new and gruesome
ways to kill people.
The movie is rated R for strong violent/
gruesome accidents, language and a scene of
sexuality.
Joining the growing group of "sequels of
remakes" is "Halloween II," directed by Rob
Zombie. Following the box office success of the
remake in 2007, also directed by Zombie, it was
a given there'd be a sequel. This time, Michael
is back to reunite with his sister, killing as many
people along the way as he can. The movie haS
not yet been rated, but it will surely be R.
And finally, we have "Taking Woodstock,"
the latest film from director Ang Lee ("Crouching
Tiger, Hidden Dragon," "Brokeback Mountain"),
following the birth of the most famous concert in
history. The movie focuses on Elliot Tiber, who,
while working at his parents' farm, helps the
concert's organizers get the permits they need,
having no idea just how big it would be.
The film is rated R for graphic nudity, some
sexual content, drug use and language.


Cast members read over the script at Griffin-Spalding County Airport in Georgia
during the first day of filming of the pilot episode of "Partners," a new television
series created by Perry native Roslyn Evans.






Local producer brings television series to life


and produced the new sitcom
"Keeping Company," which is
currently in post-production.
She is also an actress, having
performed at dozens of regional
theatres as well as appearing
in such films as "Amencan
Violet."


"Partners," a new action
drama series produced and
written by Perry native Roslyn
D. Evans, is now in production
in Georgia.
Filming for the pilot episode
took place at more than 13
locations in three Georgia
counties near south Atlanta. The
new television series focuses
on the exploits of the Federal
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,
Firearms and Explosives
(ATF).
"Partners" is the brainchild
of Evans, who created the show
and is serving as executive
producer and writer,
In creating "Partners," Evans
said she drew on her real-life
experiences as a federal police
officer and as an employee
of the Florida Department of


Corrections. She also holds a
degree in criminal justice.
Evans and her creative team
are scheduled to begin filming
the first of 13 new half-hour
"Partners" episodes this fall,
In addition to the police
drama, she recently wrote
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AUG. 14
Pyramid Studios, a non-profit
organization serving people with
developmental disabilities through
art programs in Tallahassee
presents "Ritmo's Love Story"
its eighth annual fund-raising
musical show.The event starts at
5 p.m. at The Moon in Tallahassee
with an art show and the musical
beginning at 7. Admission is free,
but donations are being accepted,
For more information about the
show or Pyramid Studios, call
850-513-1733 or visit online at
www.pyramidinc.org.
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AUG. 14
Downtown Thomasville Main
Street presents the Another
Night of Bluegrass Concert
Series featuring the music of
gospel group, The Chuck Wagon
Gang. Doors at the Thomasville
Municipal Auditorium open at
6:30 p.m.and the music begins
at 7:30. Admission is $10 per
person; all seats reserved. Tickets
are available by calling 229-227-
4050. Visit www.thomasvillega.
com for more information.
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We're only in the first week of August, but the
summer blockbuster season is all but behind us.
The box office Behemoths made their splashes
and set new records, but now it's time for the
doors to open a bit wider, letting in a broader
range of movies this month.
August is filled with potential franchises, heavy
hitting directors and Julia Child. There's a lot to
cover this month, so let's jump right in,
This weekend sees three movies opening in
wide release, including "GJ. Joet The Rise of
Cobra." The original 1980s cartoon was one of
my favorites growing up, but the trailers for the
new movie haven't provided much for me to
recognize. Director Stephen Sommers has a mixed
bag of credits to his name, including the first two
"Mummy" movies and "Van Helsing," so while
the characters seem to all be there, my expectations
are pretty low for this one. *T 5
The movie is- rated PG 1 3
for strong sequences of action
violence and mayhem throughout.
Ready to duke it out with the
Joes is "Julie & Julia," a film I j
following the lives of famous chef
Julia Child (Meryl Streep) and
the New York City logger I Am_\
Adams) who set out to cook all -
524 recipes in her "Mastering the .
Art of French Cooking," and host
the pursuit of cooking changed
both their lives. With few films
targeting women in theaters for
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thriller about two couples on
holiday in Hawaii who find
themselves targeted by killers.
Director David Twohy was the
man who gave us the superb
"Pitch Black" and its somewhat
underwhelming sequel, "The
Chronicles of Riddick." This is his
first film since those movies, but
with Milla Jovovich and Timothy
Olyphant among his cast, he could
have another hit with an otherwise
formulaic looking concept. h
e movie is rate or grap ic -
violence, language including
sexual references and some drug
use.
While it is not a new release.
"500 Days of Summer" has
been slowly expanding since last
month and reaches Tallahassee
this weekend. The moi se is a
quirky romantic comedy about a
guy (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) who
falls for a girl (Zooey Deschanel)
who does not believe in true love,
and follows them for their 500-day *
relationship. This has been one of
the most talked about independent
releases of the summer so far.
The film is rated PG-13 for sexual material and
language,
Next weekend gives us five more films in wide
(or near wide) release.
"Bandslam" jumps feet first into the newly
minted genre of high school musicals as it follows
a social outcast and a popular girl who join
forces to enter their school's battle of the bands
competition. Adding some clout to the movie is
"High School Musical" alum Vanessa Hudgens,
The movie is rated PG for some thematic
elements and mild language.
"District 9" teams director Neill Blomkamp
and producer Peter Jackson ("Lord of the Rings")
for a science fiction film about alien refugees in
South Africa. The movie, based on Blomkamp's
short film "Alive in Joburg," is one of the first
serious looking science fiction films to come
around in awhile. Throw in a cryptic viral
marketing scheme and we could have the kind of
hit the genre has been looking for. .
The film is rated R for bloody violence and
pervasive language.
"The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard" is a
timely if oddly titled comedy about a used car
salesman hired by a dealership to sell their wares
during a Fourth of July sale. With an ensemble
cast including Jeremy Piven, Ving Rhames
and David Koechner, and the producers behind
"Talledega Nights" and "Step Brothers," go into
this one expecting a dumb comedy (whether it's
a good dumb or a bad dumb has yet to be seen).
The movie is rated R for sexual content, nudity,
pervasive language and some drug material.
"The Time Traveler's Wife," based on the
novel of the same name by Audrey Niffenegger,
follows the non-linear love stoi*y of a man who
finds himself involuntarily jumping back and








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17A5 G SBntish sloop, Brigantine,
was boarded by a party of 27 American
rebels while. at anchor in St. Augustine .
harbor. More than 100 barrels of
gunpowder were taken.
1891: The City of San Antonio (Pasco
County) was originally incorporated. San
Antonio is the site of Saint Leo College and
Saint Leo Abbey.
,
AUGLIST 8
1896: Marjckie Kinuan Rawlings, Florida"s .
Pulitzer Prize winning author, was born on this date in
Washington, D.C. She won the Pulitzer Prize in 1939 for
her best-selling novel, The Yearling. **F
1942: Four German saboteixrs who landed at Ponte
Vedra Beach on June 17, 1942, were executed by the U.S. Army in
Washington, D.C. The four, along with a second group of .our who
landed on Long Island, were on a mission to sabotage defense
plants, utility systems and other Installations.
1967: Voters in Duyal County and Jacksonville approved the
consolidation of both units of government; Jacksonville thus
became the largest city ill Florida, according to acreage.
AUGUST 9
1841: Colonel William Jennings Worth implements his policy of
resettlement in Florida when he provides assistance and protection
to a band of 13 in a small settlement at Cedar Hammock.
AUGUST 10
1861: The Third Florida Infantry was mustered into Confederate
service today on Amelia Island.
AUGUST 11
1844: John Branch was appointed the sixth territorial governor
of Florida on this date by President John Tyler. He was succeeded
as governor by William Dunit Moseley, who became the first
governor of the new state of Florida on June 25, 1845.
AUGUST 12
1822: Jackson County, Florida's third county, was created on
this date. It was named for Andrew Jackson. Duval County,
Florida's fourth county, was created on this date. The county was
named for William Pope Duval, territorial governor of Florida.
AUGUST 13
1864: Union naval commanders were under tremendous
pressure from insurance underwriters to capture or sink the
Confederate raider C.S.S. Tallahassee, which captured or
destroyed nine vessels in two days.


The main house at Kingsley Plantation State
Historic Site at Fort George Island


The princess slave
The stately old home and crumbling slave
cabins of a 200-year-old cotton plantation in
Jacksonville still evoke the remarkable life of
Anna Kingsley.
Anna was a 13-year-old enslaved African
when she became the plantation owner's wife in
1806 and, over the years,.bore his children, ran
his household, was freed, became the owner of
her own plantation-and owned slaves, herself.
Her status and accomplishments were almost
unheard of at that time
for a slave in America.
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legends, this tall,
slender woman with a STORIES*
commanding presence FIDRIDAHUMANEFSCOUNCIL
was actually an African m.nahum.org
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These stories intrigued historian Daniel
Schafer, professor at the University of No'rth
Florida, as did the unusual plantation site on
Fort George Island. The Kingsley Plantation,.
now operated by the National Park Service,
features the oldest planter's residence..still
standing in Florida and the ruins of some 25
slaye cabins constructed of "tabby," a mixture
of sand, oyster shells, lime extracted from
burned shells and water.
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Ndiaye in Senegal in 1793, was the daughter of
a nobleman who was a contender for the
kingship until 4,44ggefgxced him irtt@exile.
Her royal upbringing probably gave Anna the
self-image that enabled her to lead others, he
concluded *
"I now understand why...she .was able to
manage plantations and accumulate property
that included other enslaved Africans, and from
whence came the confidence to challenge white
men in a white-dominated legal systern," wrote
Schafer, author of the book, "Anna Madgigine
Kingsley: African Princess, Florida Slave,
Plantation Slave owner."
That legal challenge occurred after her nearly
40 years as the wife of the man who bought
her-Scotsman Zephaniah Kingsley, a sea
captain, trader and owner of a 2,600-acre
complex of plantations in Spanish Florida.
Upon his death in 1843, she fought (and won)
in Florida courts to protect her inheritance
from efforts by his sister to distuherit all of his
mixed-blood family members.
But this was just one of many challenges she
faced in what Schafer describes: ..as "a
remarkable story of survival."
In 1806, after Zephaniah Kingsley, then 40,
purchased the 13-year-old girl from slave
traders in Havana, he brought her to his
plantation on the St. Johns River near present-
day Jacksonville. Five years later, he legally
.freed her and their three children.
Over the years, the Spanish government gave
Anna Kingsley two land grants (the second after
she torched the first during a violent takeover
attempt by American patriots froin the North).
She lived on Kingsley Plantation and owned the
slaves who farmed her nearby land.
In 1838, several years after Florida became
an American territory, increasing racism drove
the Kingsleys to migrate to a plantation in
Hatti
After her husband's death, Anna Kingsley
returned to Florida to argue her case in court.
Afterwards, she and her children lived oil
Kingsley land. By the beginning of the Civil
War, the racially-mixed, matriarchal, extended
Kingsley family had grown to a colony of 73
who controlled nearly 10,000 acres just east of
today's downtown Jacksonville.
Anna Kingsley died in 1870. Schafer believes
she's buried in an unmarked grave in a family
cemetery behind a historic Jacksonville home.
This story is provided by the Florida
Humanities Council (www.flahunt.org), a
nonprofit organization that sponsors public
programs exploring Florida's history artd
cultural heritage.


Sherri Ann Grambling was
the new daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Grambling. Sherri
Ann was born July 22 at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Hornsby announced the birth of
their son, Ronald Wayne, on
July 25, also at Doctors
Memorial
b ColonMLer dHM In
Harden Sr. on July 20; he
weighed 7 pounds, 9.5 ounces. .
Mr. and Mrs. David Lamb
welcomed Marion James


Lamb to their family on July
19. He weighed 8 pounds, 8
ounces.
,
TWO SAY '1 DO
Miss Pam Johnson and
Bobby Couey exchanged
wedding vows on July 4 at
Friendship Baptist Church.

NoCAdLLsE N ACanTeONaller
Cal Golden conducted a
workshop at the Perry Elks
Club (bs nrtibers of the Tree
Riffic Squares.


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Augustl, 1974
A Bl-LINGUAL PERRY?
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Mrs. Dan Roach for a barbecue
and to make plans for a float
"with a Spanish motif" for the
1974 Forest Festival Parade.
Perry Mayor Conrad T.
Williams spoke to the group
and discussion followed, with
Spanish teacher Roberto
Sanchez endorsing and
promoting the idea that Perry
would be bi-lingual within two
years, just in time for the
country's bicentennial.

MOTEL OPERATORS HAVE
STRATEGY MEETING
Motel operators Ann and
George Hill (The Kingswood),
William E. Lee (The Bambi),
Jim Bondarenko (Holiday Inn),
Bob Sitz (Westwood) and Bob
Greve (Sun 'n' Sand) gathered
to make plans for
accommodating various groups
involved in the upcoming
Forest Festival. More than 500


the Perry All-Stars 8-3 m the
semi-final round of the Little
League State Tournament held
in Tallahassee. The local team
was described as "red hot" in its
first game, winning 6-3 over
Panama City.

HODGE-PODGE:
NOW OPEN!
Paul Merrill was pictured
with a "luscious pizza pie"
which would be served at his
new restaurant, the Hodge-
Podge, featuring "the plainest
pizza to the most elaborate.
SIX NEW BABIES
WELCOMED
Amanda Norman was bom
to Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Norman
on July 24, joining a big sister'
Missy.
Kristy Noel Kinsey was
welcomed to the family by Mr.
and Mrs. Ronnie G. Kinsey.
She weighed 8 pounds, 12
ounces, and arrived on July 25.


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p.m. and for the Friday, Perry News-Herald, is Wednesday by 5 p.m.
123 South Jefferson St.



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Need a Mobile Home? Credit
problems? Limited funds? No credit
history? Give us a try. Call Prestige
Home Centers. Chiefland open
Sundaysi2to5.800-477-2492or352-
493-2492
7/22PH
Moving Sale: 2007 doublewide on one
acre, owner finance $70,000, $5,000
down or $65,000 cash. 30' travel trailer
$2,000, 2006 150 CC Scooter $1,000.
(850) 223-2477.
7/2-8/7


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Taking application on a fully furnished
nice clean 2 BR mobile home. Patio,
AC, utility shed, lots of shrubbery on
150x150 ft. lot. No pets. Will take up to
toddler age child. 584-4366
8/7-8/19
For rent: 4 bedroom, 2 bath 28x80
mobile home, all electric, country
setting north of Shady Grove, non-
smoking, $650 mo., $500 deposit,
(850) 443-9642.
8/7-8/12

Shady Grovq Area 12x60 2 BR/1 BA.
$400 per month with $150 deposit.584-
2650.
89
HOUSE 602 W. Veterans Dr. 2 BR/1
BA. Remodeled $575 corner lot. 850-
843-8524.
8/5tfLS
16x80 mobile home 2 BR/2 BA. All
new carpet and vinyl, fenced yard with
storage shed. First and last months rent
required. $550 a month. No inside pets.
Call for appointment at 584-7073.
8/5-8/14
For Rent Trailer lot, 1 acre. 584-9261
8/5-8/14
Rent/Lease off 221 N.
2 br, 2 bath, porch & utility
40x50 building with office space
40x80 horse barn/ with 50 acres
Power and water
Rent/Lease in Shady Grove
2 br,'Zbath bridi with ,
carport, utility, fenced
one acts w tiro,"?vite RV sites
850-838-6124
8/5-8/14AR
Nice 2 bedroom 2 bath mobile home,
with screened porch. Not in park.
Outside city limits. Includes water and
cable. $475 per month, 1st and last.
$200 security deposit.843-0883
7/31-8/7

1 bedroom 1 bath apartment for rent.In
quiet neighborhood. Carport, utilities
included. (gas, electric,) Call (850)371-
0058.
7/22-8/14

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.
7/15-89
Taking applications for 3 BR/2 B mobile
home $500. Set up in Everetts Mobile
Home Park. $300 deposit and ist
nth's t Water sewer and
mo ren

garbage included inMo ay t4h}700u99
Wednesday. Ask for Ms. Betty
7/22EMHP
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Steinhatchee Place Resort Furnished
1 and 2 bedroom Condos for Rent.
$600-$750. Included in price Cable'
internet and hot tub in Steinhatchee,
Call 1-352-498-7740.
11/28tf8PR/SPD
207 South Hinley St. Perry 2 bed/1 Ba.
Big lot in good area. $575 rent. Call
850-843-8524.
6/10tfLS


REDUCED PRICE 1 & 2 Bedroom
Apartments. All have just been
refinished and ready to occupy ist
Months rent and Security deposit
required. Must have good credit and
references. No pets allowed. Please
call 850-584-6666 ext.407 for details.
6/10tfWO

Apartment for rent: furnished 1
bedroom apartment with central H&A,
electric, cable, water, garbage, off of
Hwy. 19 South. No pets, no smoking.
$100 deposit, $625 mo.or $160 weekly.
(850) 926-3613.
7/31-8/12
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.
5/13tfWP
Booms 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
For rent:3-4 bedroom house on 1 acre.
Fenced yard, central H&A, good
neighborhood. Seven (7) month lease
required. Application a must.
Nonsmokers preferred. No inside pets.
Great for small family. Call 584-5284 for
more information, before 9 p.m.,
please. Shown by appointment only.
7/29-8-7
Two-room furnished apartment,
satellite tv and utilities provided, 1 or 2
adults, no children. $150 per week, plus
$150 deposit. 584-2199.
7/29-8/7

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
fulle-r Pl 1/7tfLS
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. TDDITTY 711. 315
Puckett Rd, Perry, FI, 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
5/2tfnSV
For Rent: 2 bedroom, 1 bath duplex.
$500 a month plus first month &
security.371-1568.
7/31-8/7
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2 BD/2 BA mobile home on 1.18 acres
in quiet neighborhood; excellent
condition; ideal for starter home, small
family, down-sizing or investment
property; off Foley Cut-off Rd.on corner
of Mixon and Ross Rds.; possible
owner financing; $59,900. Call Beach
Realty Gulf Coast, 850-578-2039.
8/5-8/14BR
3 BR/2 full bath block home for sale,
Large building in back on over 2 acres
of land. Good location. Please call 584-
3673.
8/7-8/26
Homes: 2 bedroom, 1 bath block home
on 16 acres. House/acreage can be
divided. No owner financing. For more
information call 904-260-3967.
7/15-8/7
Vacant Land 4 acres on dead end
street. Only 2.5 miles past city limits.
City water available. Zoned for 2
residents. $34,000. 584-2063
7/31-8/14


For sale by owner: 3 bedroom, 2-1/2
bath on 1/2 acre. $59,000 owner
financingavailable.Approximately$400
a month. (386) 365-4981.
7/29-8/7

By Owner 1997 Mobile home 2 BR/2
Ba, appliances and furniture included.
1.02 acre, quiet neighborhood, 2 mi.
from Perry. No owner financing.
$42,000. 850-223-1652.
7/24-8/7

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.1 acre lots with paved roads.0wner
financing available. Please call (386)
658-1346 or (850) 584-7466.
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For sale by owner: Brick 3 BR/2 BA,
1604 sq. ft. Carport, patio, 1.76 acres,
fenced yard, cement circular drive,
sidewalks, recent appraisal. Corner lot
on Houck Road. 3281 Sullivan Road,
Perry. Call for info or appt. 850-584-
9486 or 407-791-0246.
7/22-8/14



2006 4-door Toyota Corolla LE, white,
25,000 miles, cold A/C, power windows
and locks, CD player, AM/FM radio,
keyless entry, excellent condition,
valued at $12,000. 584-3905.
7/31-8/5
1999 Dodge Ram 1500, Laramie SLT.
Leather, power, bedliner, quad cab,
108,500 miles. $5,000. O.B.O. 584-
7031.
8/5-8/7
1984 GMC Dually 1 ton truck. PS/PBI
automatic. Runs great. Excellent work
truck. $1,850.584-4455.
8/5-8/7




14 HP Power King Riding lawnmower,
48" cut, $1,500.584-9261
8/5-8/14
2002 Yamaha motorcycle. V-star
Classic, 10,500 miles. Runs strong.
$4,000. Contact James Johns at 584-
9609 between 9 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. Leave
message if no answer.
8/5-8/14
For Sale: 2005 Lowe 1436 John Boat,
8hp four stroke mercury, galv. trailer,
excellent condition, $2,100 0.B.0.850-
838-7815.
8/7-8/14
Boat for sale 22.6 hurricane deck boat
(fun deck model) with a 115 hp Yamaha
engine, year model 1995. $6,500.
Owner Shahene Neshat. Call Velma at
584-7870 or 371-0068.
8/7-8/19
Golf cart for sale easy go with a gas
engine. Engine is 1 year old, year
model 1994, has a 6 inch IRt kit with
knobby tires and new rims and a radio
with speakers with 1-pod input jack.
$1,200 Owner Thomas Neshat. Call
Velma at 584-7870 or 371-0068.
8/7-8/1
195 Aqua Sport Osprey DC with 150
Mariner. H/D Galvanized trailer. New
SS Prop, new tires, new electronics,
fish finder, VHF, battery, bimini top with
windshield enclosure, full gauge
package. Factory Ice box in floor, live
well. Lots of storage, factory extended
swim platform in transom. Great
fishing inshore/offshore/river, skiing,
diving ,family boat. Very well kept and
maintained. Fresh service and water
pump. Garage kept and covered. Very
low hours, has been in storage more
than ran. Must see, ready for water.
Asking $7200 obo. (850) 584-8563
home, (352) 356-0268 work cell.
2002 Freedom Craft 16'x7' Airboat and
Trailer with rod boxes, stainless steel
it'din onew s and s co .64772
0366 (days) or 850-584-3047 (nights).

For sale: 16 i. aluminum airboat
$3,500, 90 Suzuki. 2 brand new tires
$150.(850) 578-2161 (leave message)
or (850) 843-0017.
7/31-8/12


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8/7tfPC
For Sale: vented nail station, 2 black
chairs in great condition. $250 for lot.
850-838-6985.
8/7
Real nice 27 ft. 5-wheel travel trailer
w/bunk beds and big full bed and big
slide-out. $4,500 0.B.O. 321-662-5539
or 850-578-2448
8/5-8/14



FREE 7 week old kittens to good home,
Please call 584-8731 between 10 a.m.
-7 p.m. Leave message and we will call
you back,
8/5-8/7
Yorkie Puppies
Absolutely adorable
small AKC males $675
Book now, ready August 21st
584-9882 or 295-1823
8/7-8/21
Adorable Dachshund puppies.
Wormed, shots from vets. Born June
16. Parents on premises. 2 males; 1
black & tan, 1 red both soft-coat wire-
haired (long hair with beard), 1 female -
tan. $275. 850-584-4455
8/5-8/7
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Yard Sale Saturday 8 a.m. until.
Rescheduled from a couple weeks ago.
2769 W. Page Rd.offWoods Creek Rd.
Girl namebrand, boys infant, baby
bouncer, new George Foreman grill,
fishing rods, toys, camo 4-wheeler 200
Panther $1,000.223-3451.
8/7
Yard Sale Aug. 8, 8 a.m. ? Clothes,
toy's, odds and ends. Misc. computers
starting at $50. Something for all. Hwy
27 East. DNA computer parking lot.
8/7
Multi-FamilyYard sale, Saturday.Aug.8,
7:30-until. 3734 Greenfarm Rd-
Furniture, electronics, clothes (all
sizea) a little bit of everything.
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Multi-family yard sale. Clothes, toys,
dishes, cookbooks, plus size & regular
clothes. 410 Mitchell Drive. Off Puckett
Road. 1st paved road past Stonegate
Apartments. Friday and Saturday,
8/7
Robin's Final Yard Sale 902 E. Julia
St. Saturday the 8th. 7:30-12:30. Very
good selection of name brand clothes
for ladies. Men clothes 14x-2x. No kids
clothes, good selection of kitchen, what
knots & other items. Some furniture.
Very good selection of romance books.
AII items are going to be 1/2 the price
marked.or no reasonable offer refused.
Dealer's welcome. Everything must go.
Cheap, Cheap, Cheap.
8/7
Multi-Family Yard Sale with women's &
kidsclothing.7a.m.(earlybirdswilipay
double.) 2 miles east on East on US 27-
8/7
Yard Sale Saturday, Aug. 8, 8 a.m. 4
p.m. Household items, furniture, truck
bouoln o reea eshn9d0 no b w ril
7Hwy 221.

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Family Yard Sale, Saturday, Aug. 8,
3182 Wells. Dr., 7:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m.
Bedroom suite, youth bed, odds &
ends, air compressor, 584-3844.
7/31-8/7
Two family Yard Sale. Back to school
children's clothes, boys & girls sizes 6,7
and 8. Spruce up your professional
wardrobe, ladies sizes 10-16. Coolers,
picture frames, toys and much more.
5831 Freeman Road, 8 a.m.until noon.
8/7


Saturday, Aug. 8, 8 a.m. 1 p.m. multi-
family yard sale. End tables, table and
chairs, computer desk, clothes for all
sizes, lots of items, some new kids toys,
sand box. Across from New Home at
the Camo store.
8/7
Yard Sale Saturday, Aug. 8, 2810 W
Page Rd.(offWoods Creek Rd.) Check
us out for school clothes and more.
8/7


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Embroidery Business Closing at 213
East Green St. All embroidery items
greatly reduced. Bulldog items, baby
items, sweatshirts, goodies, hairbows,
$1.00 keychains. Plus family yard Sale
going on outside store. Something for
everyone. Saturday Aug. 8th 7 a.m.- 12
noon-
8/7
Yard Sale 8 a.m. 1 p.m. Hundreds of
nice baby clothes, birth to 4T, most only
$1, coffe mug collection, jeans, vacuum
cleaner, Christian jewelry closeout,
scented candles, fashion jewelry sale,
books, waffle iron, old bottles,
Dachshund puppies, 1984 GMC dually,
much more. 1272 Langford Lane-(1st
street past sharp curve on San Pedro
Rd.) Rain or shine.
8/7

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Car seats. Household items. Some
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245 Will Clark Rd. (Down Hwy 221)
Name brand clothes, full size beds, full
and queen bed sets, misc. items.
8#

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Saturday, 8 a.m. 12hnoon. Mentand
women clothes, s oes, urni ure'
bassinet, play pen, misc. and much
re.

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8, 8 a.m. until. 2785 S. Byron Butler
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Must have clean driving record.Send
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Public Notice
The North Florlda Workforce
17 o msentthe availabi 1 atod
the (draft) lobal Workforce
Investment Act Plan modified
for 2009-2010, for review and
71'blic comrnent cougmhaSeb
viewed of the Board
AdminIstration Office, 705 E.
Base te, MacusNonworkfocrje.toh
under News Releases.
8/7
NOTICE TO ESTABLISH A
BR CH irmEthe public that
under 12 C.F.R. Sections 545.93
of the Regulations of the
office of Thrift Superylsion
Ts),ROWbob isvte, le 135300
The Woodlands, Texas 77380,
Intends to establish a branch
office at the following
lio90ati ut Per Jff soBraSt et
Perry, Taylor County, FL 32348.
Anyone may submit written
comments within 30 calendar
icat n oft is n t 1h
comment must be sent
simultaneously to Frederick R.
casteel, Regional Director'
onitco -ThCr pSunprillFs ew20
suite soo, Irving. Texas 75062-
2326, and to the attention of
James Drelbelbis of
sW edforest Bankeo Its ad rtess
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supported by the Information
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me rt gdlTg au Ittaepnpr sn
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discussed and the reasons why
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of Its intent to find the
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Plep rng ent of Community
Affairs
2555 Shumord Oak Boulevard
To hassee, Florida 32399-
8/7
The City of Petry Pollce
De meon E aho 0
days In the month of August
2009 for each of the following
Items: gold colored women's
C tizen svy ch; a blue can,
Tecumseh engIne; an
Inoperable 1959 Oldsmobile
NInety EIght for parts only; a
es909te nicishcIrBo he a
no refund. The sale of all Items
shall be subject to any and all
li)ens.dhef7hcare rriop kntowl s eedns
7/31, 8/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIV+StQN.h
NLE ENO 0A9T-381FCP
D eas dROWELL,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
eateadrninI rotloB. R W Le
deceased, whose date of
death was May 20, 2008; Flle
Number 09-381 CP, is pending
in the Circuit Court for Taylor
County. Florida, Probate
Division, the address of whlch
is Post Office Box 620, Perry, FL

dd4e ssets fe tnhoe ersoonho
personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
AII creditors of the decedent
anadmsother de7ro ch g
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mATER FtheMcOONUT S
THE TIME OF THE FIRST
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OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
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Editor's Note: it is the policy
of this newspaper to run the
names of all those arrested and
booked at the Taylor County Jail.
All those listed below have been
charged with a crime, but are
considered innocent until proven
guilty
July 12:
Shamireia Jackson, 24, 116
Swift Street, FTA (disorderly
conduct, retail theft), Deputy
Hayden, TCSO.
July 13:
Darius Raytunda Robinson,
20, 155 E. Pinecrest Street, FTA
(false identification to law
enforcement officer, criminal
mischief), Sgt. Ricketson, TCSO.
Johnny Anderson, 34, 107 El
Dorado Drive, VOP, Det. Norris,
PPD.
Billy Carter Jr., 19, 1480 N.
Reddick Drive, grand theft,
burglary, dealing in stolen
property, Inv. Kellerman, TCSO.
Joshua O'Neal Faulk, 18
Shady Grove, grand theft,
burglary, dealing in stolen
property, lny. Kellerman, TCSO.
July 14:
Rosemary Kay Titus, 45,
Steinhatchee, possession of
listed chemical (ephedrine),
possession of drug
paraphernalia (lithium batteries),
Det. Anderson, PPD.
Timothy Lee Anderson, 41,
Steinhatchee, possession of
listed chemical (ephedrine),
possession of drug
paraphernalia (lithium batteries),
Det. Anderson, PPD.
Jaris Bonner, 28, Miami, VOP
(unemployment compensation
fraud), Deputy Woods, TCSO.
Cody Lamar Wells, 19,
Steinhatchee, VOP (grand theft
II), Deputy Woods, TCSO.
July 15:
Darrell Charles Bowers, 55,


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substance, possession of drug
paraphernalia, Officer
McDonald, FWC.
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TCSO.
Justin McElveen, 20, 4010
A.G. Sheffield Road,
VOP/dealing in stolen property,
Deputy Padgett, TCSO.
July 16:
Kristy Crabtree, 25, 401 W.
Ash Street, home invasion
robbery (accessory), giving false
information, VOP (grand theft Ill),
Sgt. Gray, PPD.
Andre Nealy, 49, 2121 N.
Highway 19, bond revoked,
Deputy Basch, TCSO.
Lacey N. Stephens, 22, 16629
W. Royal Oak Drive, VOP/DUI,
arson (second degree), Deputy
Blue, TCSO.
Jim Ethan Arnold, 19, Live
Oak, theft, Ptl. Hightower, PPD.
James Corey Hamilton, 32,
Steinhatchee, assault, Deputy
Lundy, TCSO.
July 17:
Lakaedrick Woodfaulk, 18,
140 W. Glenn Street, armed
robbery, Det. Gorby, PPD.
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July 22:
Elexis Powe, 21, Tallahassee,
retail theft, Ptl. Sheffield, PPD.
Shandeleo Sterling, 36,
homeless, back for court, Deputy
Basch, TCSO,
Tonya D. Morrow, 42, Jena,
retail theft, Deputy Burford,
TCSO.
William Kenneth Terry, 52,
8729 Sand Pine Lane, FTA,
Deputy Lundy, TCSO.
Lydia Marie Estes, 26,
Gainesville, burglary, grand theft,
Deputy Burford, TCSO.
Jacob Watkins, 23, 1607 S.
Old Dixie Hwy., VOP
(possession of less than 20
grams cannabis), Ptl. Murphy,
PPD.


E. Drew Street, possession of
cannabis with intent to sell,
possession of drug
paraphernalia, Sgt. Gray, PPD.
Ivan N. Branch, 51, 3007
Leroy Lyons Road, disorderly
intoxication, Deputy Hayden,
TCSO,
Choice Watkins, 55, U.S. 19
N., VOP (sale or delivery of
cocaine), battery, Deputy
Upshaw, TCSO.
July 18:
John Wayne Dixon, 23, 2920
Jody Morgan Road, VOP
(DWLS), Deputy Burford/Officer
Lee, TCSO/FWC.
Lisa Norris, 44, 605 W. Bacon
Street, retail theft, Ptl. Slaughter,
PPD.
Doyle Jerry Collins, 49, 2060
Green Farm Road, battery on
person 65 years of age, Deputy
Upshaw, TCSO.
July 19:
Felishia Padgett, 29, 3110
David Horton Road, DUI crash,
Ptl. She'field, PPD.
Benny Jack, 49, 3460
Harrison Blue Road, battery,
VOP (sale of possession of
cannabis), Deputy Gunter,
TCSO.
Spencer Odom, 28, 501 N.
Jefferson Street, DWLS,
possession of controlled
substance, Ptl. Campbell, PPD.
Fredrick Stringfellow, 37, 5035
Hampton Springs Road, battery,
Ptl. Sheffield, PPD.
Craig Michael Hathcock, 39,
1274 Harold Davis Road, VOP
(DWLS), Deputy Gunter, TCSO.
July 20:
Joseph Fowler, 46, 220 Leon
Ward Road, battery by
strangulation, Deputy
Gulbrandsen, TCSO.
Deryl Lomax, 30, 1503 S.


Woodard, revoke pre-trial
release, Deputy Knowles, TCSO.
July 21:
Mary Causey Pittman, 59,
3309 S. Byron Butler Parkway,
#122, trespass after warning,
Ptl. Murray, PPD.
Gary Mitchell Frees, 32,
Lakeland, Ga., FTA (grand theft
Ill), Deputy Gulbrandsen, TCSO.
Kistina Maria Alexander, 23,
1116 West Spring Place,
passing worthless bank checks,
DWLS/R, VOP (grand theft Ill),
Ptl. Murray, PPD.
Jessica Lynn Carter, 20, 3460
Harrison Blue Rd., fraud/attempt
to obtain prescription
medication, Ptl. Geyer, PPD.
Vincent J. Democh, 52,
Steinhatchee, DWLS/R, no
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