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sponsored by Hardees and
Goodman's BBQ respectively--
will be served to all participating
players.
For more information, please
contact the chamber at 584-
5366.



The local Christian Motorcycle
Association (CMA) chapter will
meet Saturday, Aug. 22, at 9
a.m., at KOA.
For more information, please
call 584-3287.


But not before school starts Monday


"country run" buses will also
start around 8 a.m., while the
rest of the students won't begin
class until 9 a.m. (including
those who are dropped off and
don't ride buses).
However, until a plan can be
put into place, Dyal said that
the lapse in time from when a
child is dropped off at school
and when classes begin is
"something they (parents) have
to work out."
As the new staggered
schedule goes mto effect


Monday, so will new bus
schedules and trimmed routes
prompted by the district's
decision not to transport any
middle or high school student
who lives within a two-mile
driving distance of the schools.
Anyone who has questions
about the new bus schedule is
asked to contact Director of
Transportation Carson Walker
at the bus compound (phone
number 838-2505).
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Members of the Taylor
County School Board defended
their decision to. eliminate
courtesy busing for middle and
high school students during a
workshop with parents
Tuesday night.
They also reiterated why the
district elected to implement a
"staggered bell" schedule for
2009-10. (See related story.)
"We have not just thrown
this plan together. And it's not
just in transportation that we
are having to make cuts--there
are people losing their jobs in
this district in order for us to
save money. We've just got to
give it time and see if it is
gomg to work," board member
Mark Southerland said.
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students that we were not
getting funding for but it has
finally caught up with us and
wueec e rslto odos lool
going to be hectic, but I am
also sure that by working
together, we can work it ou
Work with us, pray for us,
board member Darrell
"td dns .ember Danny
Lundy echoed Whiddon's
comments, asking that parents
work with the district and
"pray for us. I do...I do every
day.
"Folks have been working
** Please see page 5


within the 8.6 percent budget
reductions we had to make (in
the transportation department
budget). We are also looking at
scenarios about some before-
school programs so that parents
may be able to drop off
their children earlier,"
Superintendent of Schools Paul
Dyal said Thursday after the
special workshop,
"We have a meeting with
representatives from the Boys
& Girls Club Monday to see if
we can partner with them to


provide early morning
programs for those middle and
high school students who need
to be dropped off early. It is not
a done deal. We are looking to
see if this can be worked out as
a service we can provide to
parents."
Under the "staggered bell"
plan, classes at Perry Primary
and Taylor County Elementary
School begin around 7:45 a.m.
At Taylor County Middle
School and Taylor County High
School, those students on


Responding to concerns
raised by a standing-room-only
crowd of parents Tuesday
night, school district officials
will re-assess their plan for
staggered start times for the
coming school year.
However, that review will
not be completed until after
students begin the new school
year. Classes begin Monday,
Aug. 24.
"We will review it again and
see if there is a different way
we can do it and still stay


which serves about 120
students in grades K-8--
generates about $806,000
annually. The expenditures for
the school are about $790,000.
So we have about $15,000 in
revenue that goes into the


district's general fund."
Closing the school was one
recommendation from a state
report intended to map out a
financial recovery plan for the
"* P 88S9 See page 3


Would the Taylor County
School District save money by
closing Steinhatchee School?
Not really, according to
Finance Director Vicki
McManus who addressed that
question during a school


board workshop with parents
Tuesday.
"Steinhatchee School
actually generates money for
the district," she said.
Fleshing out the numbers,
McManus said that the school--


equipment with present users.
"Since the proposals have
been received it has been
determined funds are
available to purchase ne
rather than used equipment,
--


he said.
The bids included used
units running between
$185,000 to $299,000 and
no Please see page 3


The Taylor County
Commission agreed Tuesday
night to purchase new digital
mammography equipment
for Doctors' Memorial
Hospital (DMH) for
$332,000.
The purchase is the second
of three commissioners
agreed to make for the
hospital using excess sales
tax revenues.
DMH interim CFO Bill
Brynes told the board
Tuesday the bid committee
was recommending the


county purchase a new unit
from Hologic, Inc.
The county received bids
from four companies:
Hologic, GE, Surgical
Connections and Siemens.
"Proposals were requested
for new and used equipment
since when the project began
it was not known if the
budget available would
provide funding for new
equipment," Brynes said.
"Site visits were made to
view and discuss the GE,
Siemens and Hologic


Senate visit
State Senator Charlie Dean (center), who represents Taylor and 12 other North
Florida counties, was the guest speaker recently at the Perry KIwants Club. Dean
reported on the 2009 legislative session as well as issues the state will be facing
in the near future. Shown with the senator are Kiwanians Jim Bassett (left) and
Auley Rowell.


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Taylor County Farm Bureau
will hold its 2009 annual meeting
Tuesday, Aug. 25, at the Catholic
Parish Hall on South Byron
Butler Parkway.
The meeting will begin at 6:30
p.m. with the traditional Farm
Bureau BBQ dinner. An
awards/recognition program will
be followed by a short business
meeting.
Member families are
encouraged to attend.
Prospective members are also
welcome to attend, and "join our

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Tayl0P United (08018
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Taylor County United will meet
MondayAug.24,at7p.m.
The local faith-based group
will meet at Evangel Christian
Fellowship.
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BOCC to haki workshop
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The Taylor County
Commission will hold its regular
monthly workshop Tuesday, Aug,
25, beginning at 3 p.m. at the
Courthouse Annex, located at
201 East Green St.


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Patti Wilson Byars will be
guest speaker at the Friends of
Taylor County Public Library
meeting set for Monday, Aug. 31.
Byars is author of "Separate
Fountains," a memoir of growing
up in Jonesboro, Ga., in the late
1940s and early 1950s.The book
is part of the Accelerated Reader
program. Byars is currently an
adjunct instructor in the College
niEd ation at Florida State
The meeting will begin at 5:30
p.m. at the library, which is
located at 403 N. Washington St.

NFOC Odgi!lS ClaSS8g
,
Students enrolled in the fall
semester at North Florida
Community College will begin
classes Monday, Aug. 24. Open
registration for fall term ends
today (Friday). Late registration
will run from Aug.24-28 (late fees
assessed).
For more information, visit


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for transportation
Transportation for the Special Needs Adult Program (SNAP)
will be funded this school year by the Taylor County Commission.
The board had already added the program into its 2009-10
proposed budget, but the fiscal year does not begin until Oct. 1.
The program begins with the start of school on Monday.
County Grants Coordinator Melody Cox requested the board
approve funding the program for the remainder of the current year
(through Sept. 30), at a cost of about $1,320.
Commissioners unanimously approved the request.
During budget workshops held in July, the board agreed to use
some expected savings in court administration funds, as well as
reducing their annual contribution to United Way from $78,328 to
$70,000, to provide around $16,979 for SNAP transportation.
The commission will hold two public hearings next month to
formally adopt the budget.


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AUGUST 21
1817: In a move that augured military strategy of a
half-century later, General Gregor McGregor, the
conqueror of Amelia Island, ordered a blockade of the
Florida Coast from Amelia Island to the Perdido River.
1979: Sue Wegner became the first female police
chief in Florida when she was sworn into office by
Mayor Lucie Black of Minneola.
1988: Hurricane Chris battered Florida's east coast
from Miami to Jacksonville.
1992: Wary South Floridians were keeping an eye on
Tropical Storm Andrew as it made its way across the
Atlantic. On this day, Andrew sat about 600 miles east
of Nassau with sustained winds of 65 miles an hour.
AUGUST 22
1814: United States troops under the command of
Andrew Jackson entered Florida in pursuit of Creek
and Seminole Indians, while Jackson occupied the city
of Mobile.
1992: Floridians were informed that Tropical Storm
Andrew was now Hurricane Andrew, with winds of 76
mph. At 11 p.m., meteorologists reported that
Hurricane Andrew now sported winds of 110 mph,
was located about 500 miles east of Miami, still
moving west toward the Florida coast.
AUGUST 23
1844: Hamilton Disston, financier, was born this
day. Disston, whose purchase of 6,250 square miles
(4,000,000 acres) of public land for $1 million,
prevented the state of Florida from having to declare
bankruptcy in 1881. The entrepreneur tried to drain
the "swamps and overflowed lands" he had purchased
and made remarkable progress until he was caught
short of cash in the Panic of '93. Depressed, Disston
committed suicide that year.
1992: Hurricane Andrew reached classification as a
Category 4 hurricane. Located about 300 miles east of
Miami in the early morning hours, the hurricane
continued to build in intensity. By 2 p.m., winds
reached 150 mph.
AUGUST 24
1992: Between 4 and 5 a.m., Hurricane Andrew
struck South Florida with winds of 145 mph. Some
gusts of 164 to 175 mph were recorded. As it made its
MWay across the-state, the wind velocity dropped to 125
mph, bit soozi elevated to 145 mph when the storm
entered the Gulf of Mexico.
Andrew exacted a heavy toll in human life (more
than 40 persons) and in physical damage. The
damages inflicted by this great storm totaled more
than $25 billion, with the agricultural sector
sustaining more than $1.05 billion alone. Some 12.7
million cubic yards of debris were eventually cleared
from the hurricane area. Homestead Air Force Base
was demolished, approximately 920 vessels were
destroyed, and the Turkey Point Nuclear Facility
sustained damages near $100 million.
The center of the storm or the area of maximum
winds was very small and covered an area of
approximately 12 miles. Weather experts reported a
storm surge of 23 feet. Despite the tremendous
damage caused by Hurricane Andrew, had the storm
come ashore just a few miles north of its impact area,
the City of Miami with its large population would have
been leveled
AUGUST 25
1862: Federal General Rufus Saxton secured the
approval of the United States War Department to
enlist 5,000 African-American troops.
1866: The Florida Freedman's Bureau Homestead
Office opened today. More than 3,000 homesteads,
more than in another southern state, were awarded
to Florida freedmen. Each homestead averaged 80
acres.
1992: Florida was reeling under the devastation
created by Hurricane Andrew. The storm was now
about 250 miles southeast of New Orleans and moving
west. Its winds, which had diminished to 125 mph,
were building again to 145 mph. Landfall was
expected later today near Iberia, La.
AUGUST 26
1813: Harrison Reed, the ninth governor of Florida,
was born at Littleton, Mass. A businessman who failed
in the Depression of 1837, he became a
journalist/printer of political newspapers. Reed moved
to Washington, D.C., in 1861 to become an employee
of the Treasury Department. In 1863, he was assigned
to Fernandina as a tax commissioner. In 1865,
President Andrew Johnson appointed him to be the
postal agent for the state of Florida. He was elected
governor under the Constitution of 1868.
Harrison Reed died in Jacksonville on May 25, 1899.
1920: The 19th Amendment granting women
suffrage was formally ratified by a sufficient number of
states to add it to the Constitution. Florida did not
ratify this amendment until May 13, 1969. Despite the
refusal of the Legislature to ratify the amendment,
women had been granted the right to vote in city
elections as early as 1917 when Florence Villa, Moore
Haven, Palm Beach and Pass-a-Grille allowed them to
cast their ballots.
AUGUST 27
1920: On this day, Fay Bridges of Sneads (Jackson
County) cast her ballot in an election for mayor and
constable. She thus became the first woman in Florida
to vote in an election following the ratification of the
19th Amendment to the United States Constitution.
1970: Gwen Sawyer Cherry, the first African-
American woman to serve in the Florida Legislature,
was born in Miami in 1923. Ms. Cherry was elected to
the Florida House of Representatives from Dade
County in 1970. A lawyer, teacher and author, she
graduated from Florida A &M University in 1965. Ms.
Cherry was killed in a one-car accident in Tallahassee
on Feb. 7, 1979.


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Pomp & circumstance
Visiting dignitaries always attract a crowd and this formal gathering at former cypress sawmill giant
Burton-Swartz in March 1954 was no exception. Featured platform guests included Powell Puckett and Claude
Pepper.


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Gatlinburg, Tenn. They will
reside in Fayetteville, N.C.
In the section for
engagements, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Holton announced the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Marilyn Christine, to Raymond
Brown. An Oct. 12 ceremony
was planned.

COUPLE OBSERVES
25TH ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. Mack D.
sessions were celebrating their
5th anniversary, honored by reception given by their
children on O'Steen Road.

PRIEST'S READY FOR
NEW SCHOOL YEAR
For its 50th year, Van H.
Priest was ready to go "Back to
School" with Bic pen packages
for 49 cpnts, girls' no-iron
dresses fo\r $3.98 and $5.98,
and boys' perma press pants
with flared legs for $3.98.

TEN BABIES
Heather Michelle Cox was
welcomed to the family of Mr.
and Mrs. Lamar Cox on Aug. 9.
She weighed 8 pounds, 4.5
ouncesand Mrs. Ronald David
announR the b f
on Aug. 6 at Doctors' Memori
Hospital
Dana Diane Hart was bom
to Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Hart on
Aug 3 The new arrival
weighed 9 pounds 11.75
ounces '
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tucker
welcomed Shenick Jammine
to their family on Aug. 5. She
weighed 5 pounds, 1.5 ounces.
Susan Maria Blair was the
new daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mikey Blair, born Aug. 5 at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
Heidi Alina Granthum was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Olin
Granthum on Aug. 2. She
weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces at
birth.
David Aric Kinsey was the
new son of Mr. and Mrs. David
A. Kinsey. He was born Aug.


1, and weighed 6 pounds, 12.75
ounces.
Grandparents Dr. and Mrs.
W.H. Peacock, and Mr. and
Mrs. J.W. Herrington,
announced the arrival of their
granddaughter, Avery Suzanne
Herrington, on Aug. 6, to
parents Mr. and Mrs. J.W.
Herrington Jr. who lived in
Jackson, Tenn., with two other
daughters, Marianne and
Pamela.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adams
announced the birth of their
daughter 77#a Marief ori 4tis
13 at Doctors' Memorial
Ho ital
Fpancess Mary Maxine
Sadler was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Euston Sadler on Aug.
14. She weighed 7 pounds, 2.5
ounces *
Randy Bernard Hugger was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Hugger on Aug. 14, also at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital.

SUMMER'S END
NEARING
The Cit Recreation
artmlent announce at
poo s wou ec osing on
Sunday, signaling the end of
summer and the beginning of
school.

FINISHING TOUCHES
Leola Ross and Jenmfer
Dwyer were pictured putting
the finishing touches on a "fine
piece of lumber" which was
scheduled for display in the
reception center of the Florida
Museum of Forestry at Forest
Capital Park.

TAYLOR COUNTING
TO GRADUATE
"Former Taylor County High
School football star" Terry
Wilder was slated to graduate
from Gardner-Webb College in
Boiling Springs, N.C., with
a degree in business
administration. He was
pictured with Lance Smith and
Dick Goodwin who were
welcoming Wilder to their
accounting firm in Wilmington,
N.C.


cost-of-living adjustments too.
The board deferred action until
its next meetms.

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ROBBED OVERNIGHT
p Thiev si burglarized the
ly ggly grocery store,
ma neanale ectato oo
well as an $83 calculator and
$10 in change.
In a second burglary, some
26 pistols (valued at more than
$4000) were stolen froin
Western Auto in downtown
Perry when thieves entered by
breaking the front window.
An undetermined amount
of ammunition was also
seized .

TWO BRIDES AND
ONE BRIDE-TO-BE
Miss Sharran L. Bush and
Craig Browning were married
July 19 at Southside Baptist
Church, and after a short
wedding trip, would be living
in Jacksonville.
Barbara Annette Blackmon
and Frank Michael Adams were
married at Crosspoint Baptist
Church and honeymooned in


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THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD

August 15 & 22, 1974

HODGES SALUTED
FOR DONATING
PARK PROPERTY
The Taylor County
Commission passed a
resolution thanking George H.
Hodges Jr. and his wife for
donating property for the first
publicly owned park at Keaton
Beach. Hodges was pictured,
along with a waterfront view of
the property he donated which
included 315 feet of Gulf
front ge.

TEACHERS ASK FOR
SALARY INCREASES
More than 20 teachers
showed up for a workshop
session with the Taylor County
School Board, hoping salary
increases would be considered.
Bryant Russell, president of the
Taylor County Education
Association, requested that the
board raise the base pay from
$7500 to $8000, and make











$300,000 from changes to bus schedules


STAGGERED BELLS
.
Continued from page 1
"We ask that parents please
be patient. We are doing the
best we can. Everything is new.
We are getting a lot of calls, so
if our line is busy, please try
again," Walker said.
Concerns about the new
school schedule and pared
down bus list were aired during
a special workshop Tuesday.
Safety issues were also raised
with some parents wanting to
know what measures the school
district had in place to
safeguard children walking to
school.
Dyal began the meeting by
providing a summary of how
the district came to its decision
to change school schedules and
to stop transporting some
students.
"For fiscal year 2004-05, the
district ended the year with a
fund balance of $251,169. In
2005-06,,the district ended the
year with a negative balance of
-$12,345. The trend continued
in 2006-07 with a negative fund
balance of $1,033.808 and in
2007-08 we were at
-$1.856,809. That is when the
state stepped in and we were
told to develop a plan to
recover from this financial
slide," Dyal said.
(The state also sent in a team
to review practices within the
district; the team compiled a
list of recommendations
detailed in a Florida
Association of District School


state for additional funds to
transport students who may be
faced with hazardous
conditions. Then the state will
have to look at our application
and make its own
determmation as to whether or
not the conditions can be
deemed hazardous."
New sidewalks will also be
installed along major routes to
schools; however, construction
will not begin until November
or December.

Students would
transfer to Dixie

STEINHATCHEE SCHOOL
Continued from page 1
financially mb td Taylor
But, if the district closed the
school, it would lose much of
the funding generated by the
students at Steinhatchee as
many would transfer to the
Dixie County School District,
McMWanus noted. they would
transfer and we know we
would lose that revenue."


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The youth of
New Horne Baptist Church
would like to invite everyone to help kick this
new school year off right.





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Let's all pray together for our kids and school staff
and take back our school system and give it to God.
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noted that only 123 middle and
high school students rode
school buses last year.
Based on those
recommendations, the district
then looked at implementing a
staggered school start for 2009-
10. That change, coupled with
eliminating transporting middle
and high school students within
the two-mile limit, would result
in a $300,000 savings to the
district, Dyal noted.
"This savings will be
critically important in a year
where our funding will be
down $2.3 million from the
previous year. It will also put us
in comphance with the State
Board of Education Rules and
Florida statutes concernmg
student transportation."
"Is it perfect? No, there will
be glitches. Can it be done?
Yes, other districts do. Will it
be inconvenient? Yes, but then
iffi It.
change is always d cu t
will help us on our long road to
financial recovery and
stability," he concluded.
It is a sad state when all
your decisions are based on
finances. But this is not
personal, this is business.
Additional provisions can be
made for transporting students
who would. have to walk
around "hazardous conditions."
However, those conditions
can only be determined by the
school board and
representatives from city and
county governments.
"But once those are
determined, we can apply to the


Superintendents (FADSS)
report.)
"Taylor County was ranked
#67 out of 67 counties when it
came to financial difficulties--
that was pointed out to me by
the Commissioner of Education
during a new superintendents'
meeting.
"Taylor County's
expenditures in gasoline and
diesel in 2006-07 were
$267,896...the highest of all
schools districts in the state of
comparable size.
"We also looked at ineligible,
riders being transported to
school and found 471 who did
not meet the qualifications
for transportation--the
recommendation from the
FADSS was that courtesy
busing be eliminated. It was
also recommended that the
district apply the same
ridership criteria districtwide
with respect to grade level of
students. (Under state statutes,
the district is required to
transport students whose
homes are beyond reasonable
walking district of the assigned
public school center...a
reasonable walking distance for
any student...is not more than
two miles between the home
and the school or one and one-
half miles between the home
and the assigned bus stop.)"
The change only applies to
students in grades 6-12.
Primary and elementary
students will still be transported
by bus. An official with
the transportation department


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Lawton Edgar Whiddon of Perry, Fla., Robert Glenn Baker
of Huntsville, Ala., and William Cecil Baker of Milton, Fla.
are pleased to atinounce the engagement
and forthcoming marriage of their parents
Ella Mae Courtney Whiddon
& Clenn H. Baker
both of Perry
Their wedding ceremony is pl'turned for
11 a.m. On Saturday, October 3, 2009,
in the Worship Center of First Baptist Church of Perry,
with Dr. Walter Davis, pastor, officiating.
No formal invitations are planned. but all relatives and friends
are cordially invited. Plans for a formal reception at a later date are
incomplete.
Mrs. Whiddon is a lifelong resident of Taylor County, a graduate of
Taylor County High School, and her studies have included business
courses and North Florida Junior College. She retired from Dorsett
Insurance Agency after 35 years of service. Since her retirement,
she has been active as a volunteer for various civic groups in our
community.
She has been a faithful member of First Baptist Church for over 55
years, serving in Sunday School, Celebration Choir, and the Senior
Adult Council.
Rev. Baker was born in Indiana, graduated from Pryor High School
(OK), Ouachita Baptist University (AR), with graduate studies in
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. In 2005, an Honorary
Doctor of Religious Education was bestowed upon him.
His 57 year ministry as Minister of Music. Education, and Senior
Adults has included 28 years of service with First Baptist Church.
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Lloyd Rettig, far left; her son,
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granddaughter, Casey Helberg
holding her great grandson,
Lucas.


Robert Helberg Sr., seated
right, is pictured with his son
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Tim and Tina Davis of Perry, and Riche
and Alise Johnson of Perry, announce t
engagement of their daughter, Elizabe
Elaine Johnson, to Marti Ray Flowers Jr., t
son of Dell Flowers of Perry and the late Ma
Ray Flowers Sr.
The bride-to-be is a graduate of Tay]
County High School, currently employed w
the Taylor Senior Citizens Center. E
grandparents are Don and Betty A
Hatheock of Perry, and the late Jean Johns(
Her step grandparents are Donnie and Vivi
Tuten of Madison.
The prospective groom is also a Tay:
County High School graduate, employed w
Big Top Manufacturing. He is the grandson
the late Foogie Crews.
Invitations will be issued, but all family a
friends are invited to attend the wedding
Sept. 12, 2009, at 5:30 p.m. at The Timbers

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relatives of their wedding on
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will follow at the Catholic
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daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Harry
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is the son of Charlie and
Donny Johns, and the late unnan
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"this is a new thing for us as a
whole. However, that is still no
excuse. I am sorry that you
were not informed before now
as to who will be cut from the
route."
He added, "we are having to
do this because we did not deal
with some things properly. We
made some bad choices, bad
decisions and that is why we
are in the place we are now."
Dennis underscored his
position on other cost-saving


measures in the district, stating
that he had supported closing
steinhatchee school (one or
several recommendations
contained within the Florida
Association of District School
Superintendents (FADSS)
report compiled for the district
in concert with state oversight).
"I think we should have
closed Steinhatchee School and
sold the facility to a developer.
Then we would have been in
the position of having a few


million dollars to save jobs," he
said.
"we had no idea that the
economy would plunge the way
it has...the school district is
much like a family that has a
budget--you can only operate
with what you have," board
Chairman Brenda Carlton said.
As an aside, she noted that
the school district is limited on
how it can dispose of surplus
property (like the Steinhatchee
School).


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right now. Hopefully we can
come up with something to
relieve some of the burden out
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school star0."
Board member Kenneth
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and a magnetic resonance
imaging (MRI) unit.
At the commission
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there would be enough
remaining funds to purchase
the MRI and he responded
that there was, but it would
not be an open MRI.
Commissioner Page in
particular expressed
"disappointment" that it
would not be open.


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with suppliers, an open MRI
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to $600,000 more as well as
approximately $500,000 in
construction costs because
the equipment would not fit
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Dr. Kenneth Hutchins, a
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When asked Thursday,
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Hammerknocker II with Dick
Ansley and Tracy Walker on the
south side of rain Friday in 30 feet
of water (the weather prevented
them from going any deeper).
Guess what? They found some
gag grouper to 13 pounds. Who
would have thought they were
that shallow! They also trolled
up some 40-mch redfish and had
blast.
Bobby Whitehead and Joel
Gray of Tifton, Ga., fished
Friday before the storms in 7 feet
of water with Berkley Gulp to
land two trout, 22 inches and 23
inches long and two reds over 20
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onemorecast@gtcom.net
A little wind, some higher
tides than normal but no flooding
from the tro ical storm this past
weekend at Keaton Beach. We
had some hard rains but overall,
no damage.
Jimmy Douglas, Billy
Holtzclaw and Curtis Jackson
and I went offshore on board the
Two Dangerous last Wednesday
and managed to bring in 8 red
snapper, three grouper and a
kingfish. We fished dead and
live bait in 76-78 feet of water.
Jimmy had a beautiful 16-plus
pound red snapper to top off the
box. All our fish bit before the
low tide and didn't want us after
that!


Final chance

7 for fall PSA
The Perry Soccer
Association's fall registration
;:ty 6 dsU sl adu
Aug. 21.
Sign up will be at Taylor
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.

Aucilla boosters
10 serve dinners
.
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Boosters will once again be
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%.e A iA chicken dinners to help support
the football program.
Kicking around The dinners, which are $8
Savannah Cantrell (2) dribbles the ball around an Armstrong Atlantic University per plate, will be served each
player during action last weekend. Joining Cantrell in the match were fellow Perry Tuesdayrunningthroughoutthe
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The three girls along with
their TUFC teammates will
play South Georgia College
and Thomas University this
weekend in Thomasville.


where I'll play college soccer,
so right now I'm just going out
and working hard to become a
better player and increase my
opportunities."


Local soccer players Brooke
Barton, Savannah Cantrell
and Macy Gregory traveled to
Savannah, Ga., last weekend
to play a soccer match against
Armstrong Atlantic University.
Armstrong is one of nation's
top level Division II soccer
programs.
The local trio play for the
Ul8 Tallahassee United Futbol
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college matches for the girls this
summer to help prepare the team
for the upcoming season and for
future soccer aspirations.


"This served as a great
opportunity for our players with
their sights set on collegiate
athletics," said Morris.
"They were able to compete
against college players, learn
about the recruiting process at
the various levels and begin to
make decisions on the types
of colleges that may best suit
them."
B AJterto a tma ah,
home to visit Brewton Parker
University. On Monday she
practiced with the team and had
lunch with the coach.
"I enjoyed having the
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team and I appreciate them
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Barton.
"There's still a long way to go
in making a final decision as to


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and Odf. 3 and 4 from 8 a.111. to
5 p.m.
An online-completion day
will be Nov. 7 from 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. in Perry.
All firearms, ammunition
and materials are provided
free of charge. Students should
bring a pen.or pencil and paper.
Children under 16 must be


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) is offering several
opportunities to take the free
hunter safety course in Taylor
County.
Twb 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.


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Rel ig ion


2980.
Celebrate Recovery
has waiting list
Celebrate Recovery will
begin a new men's step study
group this Fall, and names for
the waiting list are currently
being accepted. Please call
Earle Greene at 584-7619 or
Clay Olson at 584-5237.
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The family of Douglas
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Baptist Church will be selling
dinners on Saturday, Aug. 22,
in the church dining hall at 11
a.m. A donation of $6 is
requested for each dinner.

Revival ends today;
COOk-out Saturday
St. Peter's Primitive Baptist
Church will close out its revival
services today (Friday) at7p.m.
Elder Arthur Ivey is the guest
speaker.
The church is also planning a
cook-out Saturday at 3 p.m. at
Southside Park. All church
members, friends and family
are invited. Games and music
wiH be rov deP ease call 584-
3573.

Youth Explosion
planned for Aug. 29
Three churches will combine
forces for a Youth Explosion on
Saturday, Aug. 29, beginning at
5 p.m. The guest speaker for
this event is Chad Bailey,
pastor of Lakeland Baptist
Church in Lakeland, Ga.
The event will be held at
Faith Baptist Church, with
Charity Baptist Church and
First Baptist Church of
Steinhatchee also serymg as
hosts.
Youth and adults in the
community are cordially
ted
in or additional information,
please contact Paul Nawlin,
pastor of Faith Baptist, at 584-


Rally Day Sunday;
WOYShip at 1
At First Presbyterian Church,
Rally Day for the 2009-2010
Sunday School year is this
Sunday, Aug. 23, at 9:45 a.m.
Breakfast will be shared, as
teachers give a short
introduction to each Sunday
School class which will be
offered in the conung year.
During the summer months,
worship began at 10 a.m. on
Sunday, but this Sunday,
following Rally Day, worship
returns to 11 a.m.

'Back to School
BaSh' is Aug. 29
Blue Creek Baptist Church
will have a "Back to School
Bash" on Aug. 29 at 2 p.m. for
all school-age children in the
area.
Ken Perkins, promoted as "a
strong man capable of ripping a
huge phone book in half" will
be featured. Hamburgers,
hotdogs and drinks will be
served. Games will include
water activities, so participants
are urged to bring a towel and
change of clothes.
"Great music and fun" are
promised. The church plans to
give away school supplies, so
everyone is urged to make
plans to attend.

Springhill sells din-
HerS Saturday
Springhill Missionary


Back to School Rally
Potter's House Ministries
will be giving out basic school
supplies Saturday, Aug. 22,
from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at
GeraldWalkerPark.
In case of rain, the rally will
be held at the church.

Prayer walk next
Wednesday
Believing that God has great
plans for Taylor County and its
school system, the youth of
New Home Baptist Church
invite everyone to "help kick
this new school year off right
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Interested persons are urged
to gather at each school (from
the primary school to the high
school) at 7 p.m. and "pray for
our kids and school staff. Let's
take back our school system
and give it to God."

Church honorS
pastor's anniversary
New Mt. Zion Missionary
Baptist Church invites the
community to jom In
celebrating Pastor Izell
Montgomery Jr.'s 18th
anniversary this Sunday.
At 11 a.m., the Rev. Tom
Jones will be the featured
speaker and at 3 p.m., the Rev.
Jimmy Brookins and
congregation from Monticello
will lead the service.


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Dorothy Parker Croft
February 2, 1930 August 20, 2009
Dorothy Parker Croft, age
79, passed away on Thursday,
August 20, 2009 at her home
in Perry. Mrs. Croft was a
native of Porch, Ala., and the
daughter of the late Rogers
Milton Parker and Constance
Cole Lambert Parker. She had
lived in Perry since 1953 and
had worked as a sales clerk ..
for Nola's Grocery and Dollar
General in Perry. She was of
the Baptist faith. .
She was preceded is death Murphy; six grandsons,
by her husband, Sam Colon Michael Sands, Sheldon
Croft Sr.; three sons, Tommy Sands, Hantz Redifer. T.J.
Croft, Sam Colon Croft Jr:- Croft. Cole Croft, and
and Bobby Wayne Croft; and Sam Croft; and nine great
a brother, Bill Parker. grandchildren.
Ms. Croft is survived Funeral services will be
by one son, Chris Croft and held Saturday, Aug. 22, at 11
wife Danyell of Perry; two a.m. at Beggs Funeral Home
daughters, Connie Croft and in Perry. Interment will follow
Sharon Croft of Perry; two at Spring Warrior Church of
brothers, Frank Parker of Christ Cemetery.
Uriah, Ala., and Bobby Joe Family will receive friends
Parker of Perry; one sister, Friday from 6-8 p.m. at Beggs
Irene Waller of Canton, Ga.; Funeral Home which is in
one granddaughter. Tonya charge of arrangements.


Thomas Franklin Carlton,
sd84, ssed away20on
at Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital. Mr. Carlton was a
native and lifelong resident
of Taylor County, FI, and
was a WWII Veteran serving
in Italy in the US Army
10th Mountain Division.
He retired after 29 years of
service with the U.S. Postal
Service as a letter carrier, and
also was the driving instructor
for the mail carriers,
Bro. Carlton was a
longtime minister in Taylor
County, where he pastored at
St. Johns Baptist Church from
1952- 1968, and was interim
Pastor at Suwannee Springs
Baptist Church 1968-1970.
He was a member of the
Westside Baptist Church and
helped organize the church
in 1970 where he served as
pastor and interim pastor
several times throughout his
membership there.
He is survived by his wife
of 63 years, Elsie Carlton of
Perry, FI, a daughter, Lindy
Buckhalter and husband
R It 1 at i e I eSaa
ariton and wife Brenda, Joe


, Carlton and wife Ernestine,
one sister, Shelby Ezell andl
husband Wendell, all of Perry,,
Fla., one grandson, Chad1
Buckhalter and wife Vickie,
two great-grandchildren
Ethan Chadwick Buckhalter
and Bradley Thomas
Buckhalter.
Funeral services will be
held at Joe P. Burns Funeral
Home Chapel on Friday,
August 21, 2009 at 11 a.m.
with Pastor Tim McDonald
officiating. Interment will
follow at Carlton Cemetery.
Family received friends on
Thursday evening at the
funeral home from 6-8 pm.
You ma st n the
guestbook at: www.
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natural wonders of the
state they live in as well
as learn about some of
its history through hands-
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SAr t festival to feature 'Earth Beat'


Thank you
During a special luncheon Tuesday, the Perry Police Department and
Taylor County Sheriff's Office recognized contributing sponsors for the
recent "Kids Safety Day" which included free fingerprinting and home
DNA kits. (Top photo) Deputy Darell Upshaw presents a plaque of
appreciation to Wal-Mart Manager Tina Meyer; (bottom photo) Upshaw
presents a plaque to Dr. Ron Emerick. Wal-Mart provided grant money
to fund door prizes given away during the "safety day" and Emerick
contributed supplies for the DNA kits. Other local businesses also
supported the effort, including Howell's Office Supply and Rotech
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all seven performances of the
2009-10 season, gre also
available.
Call (850) 973-1653, email
ArtistSeries@nfec.edu or stop
by the College Advancement
Office at NFCC Monday
through Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30
p.m.


drumming, swing dance,
international songs for children
and world instrument
demonstrations.
Each workshop will be
offered from 10-10:25 a.m.,
10:40-11:05 a.m. and 11:20-
11:45 a.m. The festival is free
and open to the public.
The performance and


educational activities are
funded in part by a grant from
the Southern Arts Federation in
partnership with the National
Endowment for the Arts and the
Florida Department of Cultural
Affairs.
Tickets for the Sept. 12
"Earth Beat" performance are
on sale now.


The North Florida
Community College (NFCC)
Artist Series begins its
2009-10 season with Vanaver
Caravan's "Earth Beat"--an
evemno of traditional and
original dances from around the
world--on Saturday, Sept. 12, at
7 p.m. at Van H. Priest
Auditorium (NFCC campus in
Madison).
"You'll have to see The
Vanaver Caravan to believe the
high professional skills they
have developed to bring out the
old folk traditions--and then to
see how they make the
audience feel part of the show.


In the end, everyone is on their
feet cheering!" said Pete
Seeker.
The show features the
rhythms and energy of
Romanian stick dances, the
English "Rapper Sword" dance,
French Canadian and Cape
Breton step dancing,
Appalachian Clogging, the
South African Gumboot Dance,
the Philippine Igorot Sun
Dance, original stick dances,
body percussion, stomp dances
as well as dances from
Bulgaria, India, Brazil and
Spain,
The community will also


have the opportunity to meet
some of the Vanaver Caravan
performers during the NFCC
Festival of Arts being held on
Saturday, Sept. 12, from 10
a.m.-3 p.m. at NFCC.
Members of the group will be
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Museum.The event features a
Wine Maker Dinner Saturday from
6:30 to 9:30 p.m.Tickets for the
dinner are $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. 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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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.
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at Florida State University
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if the new arrivals, however, were not coming but allow these th
from a neighboring country, or even from across through the course
the ocean, but from above? "District 9" is ba
That's the question posed by director Neill in Joburg," also dir
Blomkamp's "District 9," one of the best is perhaps why the
mainstream science fiction films to hit theaters in brought to life, wh
quite some time. som
Shot in a psuedo-documentary , I've
style, the movie begins 20 years n T
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after an enormous space ship the t
appears over Johannesburg, 1. han
d
South Africa, and with it about mor
a million disoriented, leaderless "Cho
aliens. While humanity comes inter
together to help the aliens, years frie
n
of overcrowding and eventually give
resentment from the people reali
of Johannesburg lead to the Co
"prawns," as they are derogatorily action
known, being massed together in a UL ever
slum known as District 9. be t
The "documentary" follows even
Wikus Van De Merwe (Sharlto likab
Copley), who works for Multi- Th
National United (MNU), the company given well done (with a
authority over all prawn affairs. Wikus' job is to considering "Distr
lead MNU's efforts to move the prawn population million, a paltry su
from District 9 to a new camp established several like "G.I. Joe,"
hundred miles away in a less human populated "Cloverfield" prove
area. can be achieved w
While not much else can be said without giving and "District 9" fo
away the plot, the film is equal measures of third act, which in
serious satire and action, particularly entertain
Science fiction as a genre has always been at its The violence lev
best when taking a real-life situation and turning and the language is
it slightly on its head to allow the audience to see it rarely feels gratu
the normal in a totally different way. The plight of "Watchmen."
the prawns draws easy parallels to South African "District 9" is an
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and the miserable existence of the many people in the way.
the world living in slums. The movie is rat
Blomkamp, who along with Terri Tatchell, also pervasive language.
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Time travel is one of the hardest plot devices never went back in
to get right, and the easiest to get wrong. It's introduced herself t
almost impossible to do with creating at least one works, and if she ha
paradox along the way. would never have g
The "Time Traveler's Wife," starring Eric Bana At least they didn't
("Star Trek," "Hulk") and Rachel McAdams The movie falter
("State of Play, "Red Eye"), doesn't worry up some interest
itself ove little annoyances such as paradoxes. It about predesti
Directed by Robert Schwentke Add
and based on the best-selling invo


a punt, pass and kick contest
and a Texas Hold'em poker
tournament.
General admission is $49
for the weekend or $39 in
advance. (Does not include
camping or overnight
accommodations.)
VIP tickets are $129 and
include: assigned front row
seat both nights; access to VIP
tent/pavilion; Friday night
finger food buffet; Saturday
dinner; 25 drink tickets; front
row for the pep rally and a
music video; inaugural Gator
Chomp Romp t-shirt. (Does not
include camping or overmght
accommodations.)


The Spirit of the Suwannee
Music Park will be decked in
orange and blue this weekend
with the inaugural Gator Chomp
Romp.
The event, which runs tonight
(Friday) through Saturday,
will include games, meet and
greets with Gator greats, Gator
mascots Albert and Alberta and
the Gator Dazzlers dance team,
a poker run on golf carts, a pep
rally and a Gator Rally with
Mike Mullis of "Gator Chomp"
fame and his band, WhooWhee,
and six other bands.
Mullis co-wrote words and
music for "Gator Chomp," a
licensed collegiate product sold


throughout Florida and at the
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium gift
shop.
Other bands playing at the
event include William Scott and
Silverado, Woodard Johnson
Band, Orange Avenue, Prestiege
and more. There will also be
vendors.
Call 386-364-1683 for
reservations or visit online at
www.musicliveshere.com for
more information.
Games at the event will
include greased football, Gator
tail eating contest, Gator toss,
Gator prowl, a Gator golf cart
parade with a prize to the best
looking Gator cart, as well as


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emes to organically develop
of the film.
sed on the short film "Alive
ected by Blomkamp, and that
movie feels like a short story
ich is a compliment because
e of the best science fiction
read were in short form.
e film is shot in what is now
ried and true method of using
-held cameras, but with much
e control than movies like
verfield." The interspersed
views with Wikus' family and
ds as well as prawn experts
s "District 9" a sense of
sm.
pley, in his first credited
g role, makes Wikus the
yman the character needs to
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though he is not overly
le for much of the film.
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few exceptions), especially
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m compared to blockbusters
which cost $165 million.
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time, Clare would never have
o him at the library where he
dn't introduced herself, Henry
one back in time and met her.
try to avoid the paradoxes.
s, however, in that it opens
ng potential story threads
awmad ,w a es
itionally, a later development
lving Clare's pregnancy
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not for long, as Ponyo manages to sneak her way
into his magical elixirs, changing herself into a
human girl and then sets off to find Sosuke once
more.
Miyazaki, benefitted by his medium, is one of
the few directors whose films allow the audience
to get an unfiltered look inside his imagination.
Here, we get to see beautiful and
strange undersea creatures mixed
v. with magical wonders that only
existed in his head prior to being
put on film.
The story itself is easy to follow
for children, but with Miyazaki's
ability to keep his films streaming
through the visually unexpected,
it will keep audiences of all ages
thrilled to the end. If I had a
complaint,4t was that the challenge
sF for'sur hitmFgigortists
at the end was a bit simple and
uninvolved.
The English-language dub
cast is strong, following a string
of successful translations of Miyazaki films by
Disney.
"Ponyo" combines Miyazaki's usual concern
for the environment with his talent .to weave
a wonderful children's story and serves as an
example of how hand-drawn animation can and
should continue to be a part of our theatrical
experience. The movie is rated G.


I have never been bashful about my love of
Japanese animation--anime--and in particular the
works of Hayao Miyazaki.
The director, whose films have won countless
awards including an Academy Award in 2003, is
back with his latest creation, "Ponyo."
After flirting with a bit of computer assistance
in his last two films, Miyazaki
returned to his roots with "Ponyo," -- a ---
which is completely hand drawn. ... ...: e.
I honestly can't remember the last
time I watched a truly hand-drawn
animated film. With the talent
of Miyazaki and his animation
crew at Studio Ghibli, however,
it is not a novelty but a refreshing
revelation.
"Ponyo" is a loose retelling of
Hans Christian Andersen's "The
Little Mermaid."
""Un Ell es "CE EE
(voiced by Noah Lindsey Cyrus .
in the English dub), the daughter
of a great magician, Fujimoto
(Liam Neeson), escapes her home and swims to
the surface. There she is discovered by Sosuke
(Frankie Jonas), a young boy living along the
coast with his mother (Tina Fey) and his father
who is often at sea. He names her Ponyo and
keeps her in a bucket, much to the horror of her
father.
Fujimoto manages to get his daughter back, but


novel of the same name by Audrey i- problems due to Henrys genetic
Niffenegger, the movie follows anomaly just felt off in the way
Henry DeTamble (Bana), a man they handled it. Finally, the third
with a unique genetic, anomaly act of the film is a bit rushed as it
that results in him uncontrollably tries to fit a novel's worth of story
jumping either backward or Into the film's 107-minute length.
forward through time for short : The acting is solid with Bana
periods before returning to the and McAdams bringing a strong
present. Unable to take anything chemistry to the screen to sell
with him on jumps--even his this unconventional love story.
clothes--he has been forced to learn The supporting cast is good as
how to pickpocket and lockpick to well in limited appearances, with
survive during his jumps. Ron Livingston as Clare's friend
One day he meets Clare Abshire Gomez a standout.
(McAdams), a woman he had never meet but who I also liked how the film visualizes Henry's
has known him almost her entire life due to his time travel, with him seeming to slowly fade
visiting her in the past. As their life together in away, a symbolic gesture at his situation.
the present grows, Henry begins to travel back in This is the second non-linear romance story
time for those visits, experiencing for himself the I've seen in the past month, the other being Mare
events that for her are now years in the past. Webb's "(500) Days of Summer." While I feel
"The Time Traveler's Wife" is a heartwarming that film succeeded more than this one, "The
and at times devastating romantic drama with Time Traveler's Wife" will still give you a smile
a healthy dose of comedy thrown in for good and make you cry in all the right places.
measure, but overall the film feels a little thin. The movie is rated PG-13 for thematic elements,
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AUG. 28
Crooked Shooz will be performing
in Quincy at the Courthouse
Square as part of the Main Street
Music Festival.The music runs
from 7 until 10 p.m.
SEPT. 11
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.
Ifyou have an entertainment
event for our calendar, please
contact us at 850-584-5513.


Great science fiction films don't come around
very often. It's rare to get two of them in the same
year, so imagine my surprise when I saw "Moon,"
a low budget, claustrophobic
little movie, one day after seeing
"District 9."
"Moon" has been in limited
release since June, but I didn't
get a chance to see it until last
weekend. Fortunately its run at the .,
Miracle 5 in Tallahassee continues
this weekend, so you still have a
chance to see it,
The movie, starring Sam
Rockwell ("Confessions of a
Dangerous Mind," "The Green
Mile"), is about Sam Bell, a man
o nbeen stationed o cm
only companion is GERTY, a robot voiced by
Kevin Spacey, and with the station's satellite not


discover... himself.
The rest of the film is a tightly
written psychological drama
following Sam as he tries to
discover the secrets hidden in the
station and himself, while we, the
audience, try to decide whether or
not everything we're seeing might
actually be all in his head. .
Rockwell's dual-role
performance is some of the best
acti I'eeaseen this yet isan1dttl
film is not remembered when award season rolls
around. "Moon" is rated R for language.


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for land owners! Call Prestige Home
Centers Open Sundays 12 to 5 800-
477-2492 or 352-493-2492.

28' wide 3 bdr/2bth $39,995 Includes -
delivery, setup, AC/Heat, steps and
skirting. Prestige Home Centers. Open
on Sunday 12 to 5. 800-477-2492 or
352-493-2492
8/12PH

Repos Land Home & Home Only
packages available. Prestige Home
Centers. Open on Sundays 12 to 5.
800-477-2492 pr 352-493-2492.
8/12PH
Need a Mobile Home? Credit
problems? Limited funds? No credit
history? Give us a try. Call Prestige
Home Centers. Chiefland open
Sunday 12 to 5. 800-477-2492 or 352
493-2492
7/22PH


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Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New oubts: S 10-4 AntiqueS
Yard Sale CollectibleS
Set-up ToolS
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


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GE Range glass cooking top and
window door $150; boys bike 20"
chrome $50; seven 13" tires, 4 on rims
$20 for all. 413 N. Orange St. 1-727-
348-6278 '
8/21-8/26

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Gold, Silver
Silver Coins
Old Paper Money
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$149 Queen mattress set. Brand new
in plastic w/warranty. Can deliver. 545-
7112
7/3GCN1

$289 Brand New Pillowtop King
mattress set. Still in plastic w/warranty.
425-8374. Can deliver
7/3GCN1


Yard Sale Friday & Saturday! 8 12 Fri
and 8-? Sat. Rain or Shine! Tons of kids
clothes boys and girls plus size
women clothes, some mens shirts.
1112 W. Main Street towards hospital
Emergency entrance. Big blue house.
Friday & Saturday.
?-family yard sale Friday 8 a.m. 12
ocon a Saturday .m. until.t2759
computer/accessories, odds & ends,
housewares, clothes 584-8888.
8/21
4-Family garage sale. Lots of stuff.
Refrigerator, clothes, etc. Just before
221 Gas & Grill, Brannen Trailer Park,
house in back. Early birds welcome.
Friday & Saturday. Rain or shine! 7:00-
0 p.m.

Yard sale, Friday 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 103
Elizabeth Lane Clark Subdivision. Sofa
table, quilt rack, microwave, 16 ft.
garage door, 80 gal. electric hot water
heater, (2) Razor electric scooters, 5th
and 8th grade homeschool curriculum
and much more. Call 584-6639.
8/21

.Saeletr cil o8sni.
clothes, appliances, video games, too
much to name. 225 Noah Rd. 98 to
Jenkins (across from Superwashy Rain
or shine.
8/21
Yard Sale Rain or Shine, 1640 Harold
Davis Rd. 1.5 down Beach Road,
Saturday, 7:45 a.m. until. Furniture,
clothes, nicknames (as well as nick-
nacks) and stuff.
8/19-8/21
Pl800 SOur SGril sale In
the classilleds!
584-5513

Multi-family yard sale Saturday, 8 a.m.-
2 p.m. Quail Point Subdivision. 407
Judson Dr. Household items, teen
clothing, collectibles, lots of items.
8/21
3-Family yard sale- Saturday, 8 a.m.-
until, at 1104 West Willow St. A lot of
new clothes for men, women and boys.
Men's shorts sets, sundresses, hand
bags, jewelry sets, all kinds of new hair
and household items.
8/21
5-Family yard sale. furniture, books,
classics to romantic suspense. Like
new shoes and clothing. Toys,
Gameboys, stuffed animals, etc.
Kitchen and home decor items, tools,
priced to sell.1142 West Green Street.
Aug. 22, 9 a.m. until. No early birds
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for uirper Ing and details. Deposit
8/19-8/28
Adorable Dachshund puppies.wormed'
shots from vets. Born June id. Parents
on premises. 1 female tan, 2 long
haired males: 1 red, 1 black & tan.
gPr 8/ sell. $275. 850-584-4455
Turkeys and Chickens for sale!
Turkey's Royal Palms, Urban Reds,
Frog Breasted Frawns and Black
Spanish. All sizes.2 weeks -1 1/2 years
old. Chicken's all kinds 5 and 6
months old. 850-971-7283 or 850-838-
4333-
8/12-9/4
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Adopt your next best friend Dog and
Kitty Citty, Inc. No fee dog adoptions.
Golden retnever, miniature collies'
walker or husky puppies. 584-6880.
Discounted Perry Theater Tickets
available at Mainstreet Dance Friday,
Aug. 21 from 6 to 8 p.m. to benefit
D&KC, Inc.
8/12-8/28
Yorkie Pu les
Absolutely adorable
small AKC males $675
Book now, ready August 21st
584-9882 or 295-1823
8/7-8/21

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LOST 5500W Generator, Blue in
color. Lost in the area of Center Street.
If found, or any information, please call
Ty at 371-3635.
8/14-8/19


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Buckeye Rorida, LP is a leading producer of specialty cellulose and absorbent
products located in Perry, Florida. Buckeye Technologies, Inc. (NYSE symbol, BKI)
is our parent company with manufacturing facilities located in the United States,
Canada, Germany and BraziL Buckeye has a job opening in the following area:

SHIFT COORDINATOR
JOB OVERVIEW: Buckeye is searching for a candidate to work in our manufacturing organization
in an entry-level management role. This individual will be a member of a team responsible for
directing the day-to-day operation of the manufacturing organization.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for providing day-to-day oversight of the manufacturing organization.
Providestacticalguidancetooperationteamstomeetproductionandqualitycommitments,
Supports business needs in the key areas of quality, safety, environmental, production
and maintenance.
Ensures that technical standards are consistently applied.
Provides verbal and written direction to individuals and teams.
Performs general management tasks.
WEAREL00KINGFORCANDIDATESTHATPOSSESS:
Bachelots Degree in either Mechanical Chemical, Electricalor Civil Engineering
Up to 5 years of work (including co-op) experience in a manufacturing environment
Excellent PC skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office programs
Strong analytical and problem solving skitis
Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
COMPETUVE WAGE AND BENEFIT PACKAGE WHICH INCLUDES:
Medical, dental and prescription drug insurance
Life insurance
Disability insurance
Paid holidays and vacation
401(k) with match
Retirement plan with company contribution
TO BE CONSIDERED FOR EMPLOYMENT:
Please register online at www.employflorida.com and submit your resume to the Workforce
Employer Resource Center located at 200 West Base Street, 2nd floor, Madison, Florida 32340.
The Center is open Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. and their toll free
phone number is (866) 367-4758. Resumes may be e-mailed to EFM-Employers@nfwdb.org
or faxed to Workforce at (850) 973-6839. Registration must be completed and resumes
received by 4:00 p.m. Monday, August 24, 2009 to be considered. Buckeye's evaluation of
employment applicants includes validated written tests, interviews, and post-offer physical
exam. Pre-employmen drug so e ing and backgroundNcheck is retired.


Westgate Rooms available for rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly $40 daily, $545 per month. RV
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Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
Rental assistance available. HUD
vouchers accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC &
non- HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon.-Thurs.
Call 850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315
Puckett Rd, Perry, FI, 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
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6R ScA n I d.-1000 sq. ft.
Idi rn r nd8insula d, m
carport, reen house, 1050 gallon
septic tan, 4" well wl2 pumps, well
house. Call 672-2330 or 223-2840 for
details. Shown by appointment only.
8/21ttRE
For sale by owner: 3 bedroom/2.5 bath
on acm.$59,00t0elo er0financitnh
86)365-49p8proxima y .
8/21-8/28
For Sale Mobile Home. Needs a little
work. 3 bedrooms/2 baths on 15.62
acres. $83,000 as is or $87,000 when
finished. Call for appointment. 223-
3369.
8/12-8/28


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Lost Puppy grey Weimaraner, 4 2 BR/ 1 BA house, newly remodeled.
months old. Missing for one week Hwy $500 per month, 1st and security. No
19 S, near Crews Marine, 584-7871 or pets.371-1568.
843-2070 8/19-8/28


Interstate Mobility Batteries in stock.
Sales and service for ATV's, Motor
Scooters and dirt bikes.Perry Scooters
1302 N. Jefferson St. 584-2979.
8/7-9/2
Pride Mobility Scooter with new
batteries. 1 year warranty in batteries.
$475.00 584-2979.
8/19-8/21
NO WOPEN I!
Hilton Action Spafrft41
Come in for all your paintball needs.
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Nice 2 BR/2 BA mobile home, with
screened porch. Not in park. Just
outside city limits. Includes water and
cable. $475 per month, 1st and last.
104 urity deposit. 843-0883
Taking applications f or three 2 BR/2 BA
m ill h park. w ho eexcel4e5nt
d $ 0 dp it ( teerPs
and garbage included in rent) *
Also for rent 1 BR/1 BA mobile home
for $325 and $300 deposit. Apply in
person Monday through Wednesday at
erett'sMMob e Home Park.584-7094.
8/14tfEMH
f kin applica n ba fully furnPsat

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
MOBILE HOME 4 bedroom, 2 bath like
h28x80allectriccountryset11ng
$650 mo., $500 deposit, (850) 443-
9642.
8/14-19
207 South Hinley St. Perry 2 bed/1 Ba.
Big lot in good area. $575 rent. Call
850-843-8524.
6/10tfLS
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.
11/28tfSPR/SPD
REDUCED PRICE 1 & 2 Bedroom
Aepi ndAlread7vteo upyP1
Months rent and Security deposit
required. Must have good credit and
eterenc No els allowed. Please
call850- 4-666 ed i Athilii
6/10tfWO

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,
FL32348.TDD711.
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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.
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Bookshelf or TV/VCR stand.3 pc coffee
table set All new in box. $99 ea set,
545-7112.
7/3GCN1

bSoT$2 d2- 4bed.$249
7/3GCN1
Comfortable recliner brand new,
100% microfiber $199. 222-9879.
Delivery available
7/3GCN1


chairs $199. New,


Dinette Set w/4


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100% Leather living room
hardwood foundation
warranty, sacrifice $649.
avail).222-9879
7/3GCN1


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Room for rent private bath, kitchen
priviages. Reasonable. 584-2506.
8/21
House for rent: HUD vouchers okay.
605 S. Schwartz St. Brooklyn area. 3
BD/1 BA $525 month. $525 sec.
d osit.584-4133
8e2pi-8/26
Remodeled 1 bed apartment fully
furnished, Microwave, TV, DVD player,
all utilities incl. Light, cable, water.$155
week or $600 month, $130 deposit. Call
850-926-3613 or 850-519-: 42.
8/21-9/16
2 Room furnished efficiency apt. for
rent. 1 or 2 adults only, no children, no
pets.UtilitiesandsatelliteTVincluded,
$150 per week plus $150 deposit. Call
584-2199.
8/19-8/28

Shady Grove Area:
12x60 2 BR/1 Bath, $150 per week.
Lights and water included. Also'
16x80 3 BR/2 full baths, $550 per
month. $200 deposit. Call 850-584-
2650.
8/19-8/21


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2007 Ford F150 FX4, XCab, 5.5SB,
5.4, 4x4, White, 69,217 miles, Very
Nice, FX4, 5.4 V-8, Super Cab,
Loaded, 22" Chrome Wheel, Stk. #
P737, $23,995. Call Timberland Ford
at 584-6178 or visit our Web site at
www.timberlandford.com.
-
2006 Ford F150 Larlat Crew, 5.5SB'
5.4, 4x4, 59,596 miles, Black, Great
Truck, V-8, Leather, Center Console,
Stk.#P740,$24,995.CallTimberland
Ford at 584-6178 or visit our Web site
at www.timberlandford.com'

2006 Ford F150 1,ariat Crew, 5.4, 4x4,
Black.5.4V-8,5p,931milesCrew,6"
Lift, New 37" T9yo MT Tires, Leather
and lots of other options, Stk. #
290021B, $26,995. Call Timberland
Ford at 584-6178 or visit our Web site
atwww.timberlandford.com.
2000 Ford F550, Tire Service Truck
wlCraS, Wht 1X40,8278Wmile 50,
Manual rans, Steller H/DTireService
Body with a 4016 Crane, Rear Lift, On
BOard PTO Drive, Air Compressor,
Night Service Lighting. Ready to Roll!
Stk.#C010,$34,995.CallTimberland
Fordat584-6178orvisitourWebsite
at www.timberlandford.com.
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The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission is iring
personnel for seasonal work at check
stations during the upcoming archery
and general gun hunting seasons.
Positions available in Taylor County-
Pays $7.25 per hour. Positions begin
September 20, 2009. For details call
(850)838-9027 Ext.100, or stop by the
Bi Bend Field Office at 663 Plantation
R .inPerry.EO/AA
8/14-9/16

Temporary, part-time handy man to
help work on mobile homes. A/C.
electric, plumbing, must be good.727-
433-4514 Liz. Pay varied on
experience.
8/19-8/28

Our Industry is booming and we need
people like youl if you are looking for a
career change, or fresh start, the
Financial Services sector has a
promising future. At Primerica
Financial Services, we are looking for
people all throughout the Faith Radio
Listening area. For more information,
Call Charles at 850-223-1266, code
0028.
8/21-8/26

Avon needs reps in this area. Only
$10.00 start-up fee. Call BJ at 584-
6289 or 843-2605 buy or selli
7/24-8/28


2000 Grand Marquis LS, 4 Door, 4.6,
Gray, 119,989 miles, Clean with
Leather, Nice Ride, Stk. # P738A,
$8,995. Call Timberland Ford at 584-
6178 or visit our Web site at
www.timberlandford.com.

2003 Ford Focus SVT, 3 Door, 2.0 '
Red, Sport Focus, 70,158 miles ,
Manual 6 Speed, Moon Roof, Leather,
Sport Wheels, Stk. # P741, $9,595.
CallTimberlandFordat584-61780r
visit our Web site at
www.timberlandford.com.

2000 Lincoln LS Base, 4 Door, 3.9,
Silver, 91,517 miles, Auto, Leather,
Loaded, Stk. # P739A, $9,995. Call
Timberland Ford at 584-6178 or visit
our Web site at
www.timberlandford.com.

2005 Ford Taurus SE, 4 Door, 3.0,
Gold, 51,603miles, Extra Clean, Nice
Dependable Car, Stk. # P742, $9,995.
Call Timberland Ford at 584-6178 or
visit our Web site at
timberlandford
WWW. .CO .
2008 Ford Focus SE, 4 Door, 2.0,
Silver, 37,192 miles, Great Fuel
Mileage! Stk. # P728, $13,995. Call
Timberland Ford at 584-6178 or visit
our Web site at
www.timberlandford.com.

2006 Honda Accord EX, V6, 4 Door,
3.0, Gold, 79,482 miles, Like New,
Non-Smoker, Leather, Moon Roof, Stk.
# 10COO4A, $15,995. Call Timberland
Ford at 584-6178 or visit our Web site
atwww.timberlandford.com.

2009FordFocusSE,4Door,2.0,Blue,
16,753 miles, Like New, Low Mileage,
Great MPG, Stk. # P735, $15,995. Call
Timberland Ford at 584-6178 or visit
our Web site at
www.timberlandford.com.

2008FordFusionSELV6,4Door,3.0,
FWD, Pewter, 34,683 miles, Awesome
Mid-Size Car, Stk. # P733, $17,995.
CallTimberlandFordat584-61780r
visit our Web site at
www.timberlandford.com.

2008 Ford Escape Hybrid, 5 Door,
FWD, Green, 35,010 miles, Hybrid--
Mileage! Mileage! Mileage! Balance
Factor Warranty. Stk. # P734
$23,995. Call Timberland Ford at 584-
6178 or visit our Web site at
www.timberlandford.com.

00 , r,5FordExcursion Limited 5Doo
6.0, 4x2, 91,011 miles, Gold, Diesel
SUV, Loaded, Stk. # 0008, $26,995.
Call Timberland Ford at 584-6178 or
visit our Web site at
www.timberlandford.com.

1989Jgy) Eg040 AGith, SB, 54w,
4x2, 97,998 miles,1Vimidif GreatvVirk"
Truck, Stk. # P727A, $8,995. Call
Timberland Ford at 584-6178 or visit
our Web site at
www.timberlandford.com,

2003 Ford F150 XLT Crew, 4.6, 4x4,
Silver, 85,782 miles, Extra Clean, 4x4,
Auto, Stk. # P725, $15,995. Call
Timberland Ford at 584-6178 or visit
our Web site at
www.timberlandford.com.


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APPEAL FOR SPECIAL
EXCEPTION
AhdeusCr Tnt anPert arsd wI
hold pubile hearing In the CIty
Council meeting room, Perry,
Florida on Tuesday, September
8, 2009 at 6:15 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as possIble, to hear
an appeal by Alberta
Robinson (represented by
Checoya Whetsel) to be
granted a Special Exception
'-1" hnli paroCph Cade C
below;
Legal Descrlption:
Commence at NE corner of NE
'n's?'J9W1 rSuonutShout3 ete t
Point of Beginning; thence
South 165 feet West 188.53
feet North 164,l feet East
1 ingeetPartcoel #P2 4-0
ososa 000
Location of Property: 310 First
street, Perry, Florida 32348
: ., hj a St s
286.0105, that any person
decidIng to appeal any
decision of the Board of
Adjustment with respect to
any matter considered at the
meeting wIII need a record of
the meeting and may need to
ensure that verbatim record of
the proceedings is made;
which record includes the
testimony and evIdence upon
which the appeal is to be
seS%
Robert A. Brown,
city Manager
CITY OF PERRY
8/21
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC HEARING
APPEAL FOR SPECIAL
EXCEPTION
TAhdeusCrtntMa nP Tp Beatrsd wol
hold public hearing in the City
council meeting room, Perry,
Flo do o ulesday, Serptember
thereafter as possible, to hear
an appeal by Tony Bell
(represented by Tonja Thomas)
to be granted a Special
Exception to permit a Child
Core Center at the property
described below:
Legal Description: The
East seventy-five feet (75') of
Lot si 6)h BloScukbdTis he No
subdivIsion lying In the town of
Perry, Florida. Also known as
Parcel Number 26 04-07-05300-
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107N. 584-2757
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Chad H.Dees lawn care all work done
right. Free estimates, give us a call at
home 850-584-8959 or cell 850-371-
1510.
4/1-8/28

J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care-
Licensed and insured. Free estimateS.
We also grind stumps. Call today 838-
1280. Firewood for sale.
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John Sesock's
Tru brvice/Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming/Bucket Truck
*Free Estimates
*Licensed & Insured Tree Expert
Also, Bobcat Work Done
LRooa e reEGrab orn/F taEnd
(850)-584-2027 (H) .
(850)591-8301 (C)
See ad in phone book page 114.
7/11-9/4
Pressure Washing

Single widRee74n5 uRb wide $90
584-6925 or 584-9215


* 114+ Acres Divided
From 2.7 to 34 Acres
On Beach Rd., ';
Keaton Beach, FL
* Homes, Lots, RV Sites
Steinhatchee, FL

Sat., Aug. 29, 10:00 am
Steinhatchee, FL
All properties sell
from one sale site,
Steinhatchee Landing Resort r .. 2 5


AUCTION TERMS & CONDITIONS

AUCTION LOCATION: The auction will be held on-
site at Steinhatchee Landing Resort, Beach and
Spoonhill Roads. alkla 228 U.S. Hwy. 51
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
INSPECTION: All properties with the exception of
property No.201 will be available anytime during
daylight hours-at your own risk. Property No. 201 will
be available Sun., Aug. 23 from 1-3 p.m.
TERMS: Pay 20% down of the purchase price at the
auction. Balance will be paid in full at closing to be
held within 30 days, A copy of the sale contract may
be reviewed prior to the auction by contacting the
auctioneer.
CLOSING: Balance of the purchase pace is due in
days, on or before Tuesday, September 29,

BUYER'S PREMIUM: A 10% buyer's premium will
be added to the high bid. Example: For each $10,000,
a 10% buyer's premium of $1,000 will be added to
arrive at the total purchase price of $11,000.
Broker Participation: 2%, call auctioneers for
details



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sitnance 2nr8 gO toon
0.85 acre.
PAC RO3073-100
rs so e Se erbber h3eld20009n
at 11:00 A.M., or as soon
thereafter as possible to the
highest and best bidder for
cash, at the front door of the
Courthouse at Perry. Taylor
County, FlorIda, in
accordance with Section
45.031 of the Florida Statutes.
Augustl0,2009
Maidtyeelerk
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Court
8/14, 8/21
SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE
OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF
SARASOTA
ELAINE J. KINCAID
2tSwaNggertownl 30d
Plaintiff
against
CLAIR L. CLARK
Pe)rr Floonitda
ACTION FOR A DIVORCE
To he above named
Defendant:
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED
AND REQUIRED TO RESPOND to
the claim for the relief sought
by the Plaintiff by either
serving a written Demand for a
Complaint or a written Notice
of Appearance on the
Plaintlff's attorney, at the
address below.
se dSumrnons aridwiNoitic h
State of New York by personal
service you must respond
within 20 days of ter service,
not counting the day of
service. If this Summons and
Notice is not personally
delivered to you within the
State of New York, you must
respond within 30 days of ter
tphr visd cbe is completed, as
TAKE NOTICE THAT:
a. The nature of this action is
td vorocufehe apart eds maer
dissolving the marriage
between the parties, pursuant
to D.R.L. 170 (1);
b. The relief sought is a
Judgmentofabsolutedivorce
in favor of te Plaintif
dissolving forever the bond of
matrimony between he
parties. The nature of ancillary
relief hdem t sis: are self -
supporting and self -suf f icient
and do not need nor are
entitled to maintenance;
.a iere are no children of the
lit. There is no marital property
subject to equitable
distribution;
iv. The parties have already
obtained possession of their
own separate property:
v. Together with such other J
and further relief the Court
may find ju icindtpropreespond
Judgment will be taken
against you, by default, for .
5 the relief demanded m th
TN cation is brought in the
County of Warren because of .
the plaintiff 's residence.
Dated: October 8, 2008
Mt TI ns usN NG RYorkC
Jeff rey c. Matte, Esq., of
counsel
Attorneys f or Plaintiff
444 Glen Street
Glens Fails, NY 12801
(518) 793-3843
8/19, 21, 26, 28


LULA Illfle


m
03t e is hereby glven,
pursuant to Florlda Statutes
286.0105, that any person
lionn oto the BocIrd ano
Adjustment with respect to
any matter considered at the
meeting will need a record of
1he meetIng and may need to
ensure that verbatim record of
the proceedings Is made;
which record includes the
testImony and evidence upon
whIch the appeal is to be
asEeS
Robert A. Brown,
City Manager
CITY OF PERRY
8/21
Notice of Workshop
The Big Bend Water Authority
announces a workshop, to
Thhichmallshpoepsow I ee h eodr.
Thursday, August 27, 2009,
beginning at 4:00 p.m. The
purpose of the workshop is to
I a ts f rndthe consledrer
manager vacancy. The
workshop will be held at the
Big Bend Water Authority,
whlch Is located at 1313 First
Avenue SE, Steinhatchee,
FlorIda. The workshop wlil be
conducted without public
input. More Information may
be obtained by contacting Jo
HIers at 352-498-3576.
8/19

Tud le I cu CourtndTh|rd
Taylor County, Florida
Case No.: 09-139 CA
Stafford Caldwell Suilivan and
Esther Ellzabeth Sullivan, his
wife,
Plaintiffs,
vs,
Tonja Fews-Jones, Sherman
Faulk and CotIna Brown,
N Pcned ntF/ re closure Sale
Notice is hereby given that
pursuant to a Final Judgment
dated Aug0ustl10, 2009, In Co
Circuit court of the Third
Judicial Circuit in and for
Taylor County, Florida, in
which Stafford Caldwell
Sullivan and Esther Elizabeth
Sullivan are Plaintiffs and Tonja
Fews-Jones, Sherman Faulk
and Cotina Brown are
Defendants, 1, Annie Mae
sMeurphyPu I ksale eC ft whl
descrIbed real property:
For a polnt of Reference
commence at the Southeast
N nlT4 S e Nn 23, 0 nsthhp
4 south, Range 7 East, Taylor
county. Florldo; thence run S
89"16'47" W, along the North
right-of-way line of a 40 foot
wide dlot road, a distance of
681.51 feet; thence run N
o*36'ol"w. a distance of 497.94
feet to the POINT OF
0 107q then d stcontinue
170.55 feet, to the Southerly
right-of-way line of El Camino
DrneutheritcsearuJ1;blJS'h6'474&,.
a/insaid s oright-of -
feet; thence run S O'36'07"E, a
distance of 170.04 f eet;
thence run S 89'16'47"W, a


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The Area

This absolute auction features something for
everyone. The 114+ acre property at Keaton
Beach is located close to the Gulf, you can
smell the saltwater. At Steinhatchee, you'll
find a variety of properties including: homes,
Iots, RV Sites from one end of Steinhatchee
to the other. In this current atmosphere of
depressed real estate sales, this auction
offers serious buyers the opportunity to buy
these valuable properties at the price they set
at absolute auction. Remember, the highest
bid will own the property or properties of their
choke. Mark your calendar and be at the
auction on Saturday, August 29, at 10:00
a.m. All properties sell from one sale site,
Steinhatchee Landing at Beach & Spoonbill
Rd

The Location
At Keaton Beach, the auction property is less
than 1 mile from a public boat ramp. This
boat ramp is on a deepwater canal that has
you to the Gulf in less than 5 minutes. This is
a recently discovered area of Florida on
Beach Road at Keaton Beach. Foley Land &
Timber Company recently announced that it
was developing a long range master plan for
their 50,000 acres that ajoins this property,
At Steinhatchee, you'll find a variety of
properties from one end of this quaint village
to the other. (See our location map)


The Properties
On Beach Road at Keaton Beach, this 1140
acre tract features the best of both worlds.
You'll have nearby Gulf and gorgeously
wooded vistas sloping to Blue Creek.
Magnificent, old oaks, pines and hickory
trees grace the property, as well as an
abundance of wildIlfe. One tract has RV
hookups ready to use. This is truly p.rims
devolpprngn( prqpgrty. At Steinhatchee, you
Carl Choose from commercial lots. Iots for RV
hookups, or home sites, rental properties or
homes.







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