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Publication Date: August 28, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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The $66.5 billion state
budget enacted earlier this year
includes some $2.2 billion in
additional revenue for the
state. Much of it will come
from collections at local tax
collectors' offices and those
new fees go into effect
Tuesday, Sept. 1.
2 Taylor County Tax Collector
Jackl Te dierniss encou a ag
registrations and licenses
ahead of the deadline and save
at least 35 percent.
"If your registration is due
between now and November
you can take advantage of
early renewals if you maki
your purchase by August 31'
Tedder said'
Vehicle registrations can be
renewed up to 90 days prior to
your birth month and driver's
licenses can be renewed up to
18 months prior to your birth
month, Tedder said.
Although state agencies
haven't finalized all the
specific fees, here are some
acamplt pb un S~

*Initial vehicle registration -

veohc su utp3 recetax on
*New shore-fishing license --
from free to $7.50.


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if you're interested in "all
thingsGreen,"don'tmissthetour
of the Heifer International
building in Little Rock, Ark.

-3bqoof the Perry Wmo)matnj
headquarters, and also visited a
working farm. Please see Living,
page A-4.

SChOol pictur88

Perry Primary School will have
student pictures taken on
Wednesday, Sept. 2. Flyers with
additional information will be sent
home with students.

COMMISSION WIII M88t

The Taylor County
Commission will hold its regular
ard meeting TasdCao r s1e
Annex.

.J.:M=:*Cdhaldos
the month, but the schedule has
bD nht; ed due to the Labor

Rain or shine...Golf
SCPAmble tees off
The 16th annual Chamber
Golf Scramble will be held today
(Friday) at the Perry Golf &
Country Club--rain or shine,
Organizers said.
Timberland Ford is sponsoring
a Hole in One Contest in which
someone could drive away in a
new 2009 Ford F-150 4x4 truck.
Breakfast and lunch--
Goond8 s BQ rers ee ive -d
will be served to all participating
players.



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further order from the board.
On Aug. 14, the city received
a letter from Progress Energy
attorneys asking further
direction regarding compliance
with the code enforcement
board's order,
"Notwithstanding its
disagreement with the board's
decision, Progress Energy
remains committed to working
with the city to attempt to


resolve this issue amicably,"
attorney Daniel Hernandez of
Carlton Fields, attorneys at law,
said in the letter.
It continued, "The board's
order directs Progress Energy
to cure the alleged violation
within 30 days. Due to the lack
of guidance provided in the
order, however, we are in doubt
** Please see page 6


code enforcement board
charged Progress Energy with
the task of complying with the
provision in the agreement that
called for a "business office or
locations within the city which
shall be open during normal
business hours for the purpose
of accepting payments of
electric bills and receiving
customer inquiries." (The order
also detailed that the board


found that Progress Energy
"violated the provisions of
the [franchise agreement]
ordinance by the arbitrary
closing of the business office"
here several years ago.)
If the order is not met, then a
- fine of $250 would be imposed
beginning the 31st day from the
date of the order and a fme of
$250 would continue each day
thereafter until comphance or


Progress Energy has about
one week to re-open a business
office in Perry or it could face
hefty Ones from the City of
Perry's Code Enforcement
Board.
Early in August, the board
found the power provider to be
in violation of its long-standing
franchise agreement with the
city.
In an order filed Aug. 5, the


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, Taylottounty's Master Gai-deners don't mind gettirig 'their green thumbs.dirty!
On Wednesday, they arrived early at the Taylor Senior Citizen Center to lay the
ground work f or Perry's Community Garden. Tish Whitf ill is shown taking her
turn pounding stakes into the ground, while Patricia Vann and Bettie Page take a
brief break from the work. Master Gardeners are making plans f or their
upcoming Field Day at the garden (former Gladys Morse Elementary) on Oct. 17
from 9 a.m. until 12 noon. The community is urged to attend.


Innovation continues to infuse
federal stimulus funds directly
to Floridians and into our
economy to help meet
critical needs during this
extraordinary time, said
AWI Director Cynthia R.
Lorenzo.
"Through our
Unemployment Compensation
Division alone, we have
already paid $944.5 million in
benefits funded through the
American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act."-


rates 10.0 percent or above, up
from 40 in June.
Among Taylor County's
neighbors, Dixie and Madison
counties had higher
unemployment rates with 12.1
and 12.0 percent respectively.
After Taylor, Jefferson County
followed with 9.0 percent and
Lafayette County at 7.7
percent. All of the counties'
rates rose from June to July.
Florida's seasonally adjusted
unemployment rate for July
was 10.7 percent. This


represented 987,000 jobless out
of a labor force of 9,193,000.
The rate was unchanged from
the revised June rate, but was
up 4.4 percentage points from
the July 2008 rate.
The state's unemployment
rate was 1.3 percentage points
higher than the national
unemployment rate of 9.4
percent. The last time Florida's
unemployment rate was higher
than June and July was October
1975, whed it was 11.0 percent.
"The Agency for Workforce


While Taylor County's
unemployment rate was back
on the rise in July, it remained
below the state average for the
second straight month.
The county's unemployment
rate was 10.5 percent, up 0.2
percentage points from June's
rate, according to numbers
released by the Agency for
Workforce Innovation (AWI)
Friday. The rate represented
972 unemployed out of a labor
force of 9,322.
In July 2008, the county's


unemployment rate was 7.0
percent.
There were 135 initial
unemployment claims made in
Taylor County in July, up
slightly from June, when there
were 127 claims,
For the month, Taylor had the
37th highest unemployment out
of Florida's 67 counties,
continuing its trend of falling
down the chart. In June, the
county had the 36th highest and
in May, it was 29th highest.
Forty-one counties reported


.

Bulldogs vs. Mayo
Taylor County High receivers coach Reggie Wentworth and Head Coach Shane
Boggs talk with one of their players during a practice&ession earlier this week.
The Bulldogs will travel to Mayo Friday night to take on Lafayette County in a pre-
season contest that gets underway at 7:30 p.m. The 'Dogs will open the regular
season Sept. 4 with a trip to Wakulla.


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Looking Back .....A-2


Community .......B-1


Weather
Friday 88" Saturday 90'
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DM H has full board
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For the first time in several months, the Doctors' Memorial
Hospital Board of Directors is full after the Perry City Council
appointed the Rev. Aquilla Hanson III Tuesday night to fill its
open seat on the board.
Hanson replaces former board chairman Joe Collins, who
resigned from the board in June, effective July 31.
"* Please see page 6







6Xpands to two


OC8tl0ns in city

Plans are moving forward for a new Dollar General store td be
built on U.S. Highway 22L North, hextto the Old Depot which
houses Amanda Clark Photography.
On Tuesday, the Perry City Council unanimously approved land
use and zoning changes associated with the project.
"The plan is for a new Dollar General store to be built on the site
as well as another small retail building on the same prdperty. Our
understanding is that the current Dollar General store (located in
--* Please see page 6


Tay l0r's unem ploy ment rate in ches up


,
COmmission modif ies


grant for new coastal

park at Keaton Beach
County commissioners are applying for two state grants to seek
funding for the Keaton Beach Coastal Park and the Taylor County
Sports Complex.
The board held the second of two public hearings on the grants
last week, agreeing to apply for the Florida Recreational
Development Assistance Program (FRDAP) grants, each one for
$200,000.
In both cases, the specific items which will be funded by the
grants were modified during the hearings.
The coastal park is planned for the 44-acre property (24 acres of
upland and 20 acres of wetlands) located directly across CR 361
from the public boat ramp in Keaton Beach. The county purchased
the property in late December thanks to a $3 million Florida
Communities Thru P ogra egrF tDAP grant, Grants Coordinator
Melody Cox said it would fund the construction of the parking
facilities, security lighting, a picnic pavilion and restrooms.
At last week's hearing, however, Cox said the state had changed
the requirements on what can be funded, noting that half of the
money must be used for facilities and the rest for support
"* Please see page 6





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AUGUST 28
1862: Colonel Edward A. Perry of
the 2nd Florida Infantry Regiment was
promoted to brigadier general. *
AUGUST 29
hl89 atThen discoJ ttand mmir ofa
tremendous population growth. City
officials reported that the population *
increased from 25 to more than 1,200 in a
single year. *
AUGUST 30
1863: The Federal blockade of the Florida
coastline proved effective in hampering activities of
privateers and blockade r .1
1863: News was received in Tallahassee that men of
the 5th and 8th Florida Infantry Regiments captured at Gettysburg
were imprisoned on Johnston's Island.
1906: Elizabeth Hutchinson Broward, eighth child of Governor
and Mrs. Napoleon Browaid, became the first child born to a
sittmg governor m the State of Florida. She was born in the Brown
House on Monroe Street in Tallahassee.
1899: The first iss EPTEMBER Augustine Record was
published. The pricedfor a single issue was two cents. The paper
had been previously Town as The Daily Herald.
SEPTEMBER 2
1862: W. Fisher of Tallahassee issued a call for a new company
of infantry to be organized in Middle Florida. This company was
made up exclusively of men over 35 years of age.
Lela s i mi Doll in f t th eakldred R F tcbo
of 23-14. The game was played in the Orange Bowl, and 26,776
pah enh I ntso ne ed the Dolphin defense intercept four passes
Please see page 6


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Long before cowboys drove their endless herds
through the Wild West, "cowmen" were driving
their cattle across Florida. Long before western
cattlemen clashed with Indians over grazing
rights, Florida's rancheros and Cracker cowmen
had challenged Indians over the use of
rangelands. But while the western cowboy has
been romanticized in novels and Hollywood
productions and become part of our national
folklore, the Florida cowman has been all but
overlooked.
North America's first vaqueros (cowboys known
in Florida as cowmen) appeared on our
southeastern peninsula in the mid-1600s, years
before others worked the great mission herds of
California and drove those remarkable Texas
longhorns. Life on the wild Florida frontier was
every bit as colorful, dramatic, and violent as that
in the West--complete with cattle-rustling, gun-
slinging, range wars, border disputes, long trail
drives, cattle barons and
cow towns.
Relatively few people
are aware that Florida
tdisur to ttt' STORIES&
states in the country, IT.0RIDAHUMANITIESCOUNCE
bprodu inef. s ero dhe www.aaum.om
Florida is better known for its beaches,
amusement parks and retirement villages than
for its 5.5 million acres of land still used as
pasture for nearly a million brood cows at any one
time.
The first working rancho in La Florida started
operation in 1605 near the settlement of St.
Augustine. Franciscan friars and Spanish
rancheros established the first cattle and horse
herds primarily with Andalustan livestock
descended from those brought a hundred years
before by Spanish conquistadors. During the 18th
century, Indians became the most important
stock raisers in Florida. And during the 20-year
British occupation prior to the American
Revolution, a number of British planters started
cat?14 418Nik^partidularly alorig the St. Johns
River Valley.
But it was the pioneering Cracker cowman of
19th-century territorial Florida who expanded
cattle production, making it an important part of
the state's economy. By the 1830s, the operating
patterns of Cracker ranching appear.to have been
established. Some of the earliest Cracker cowmen
led a caravan existence, herders more than
ranchers, and always seeking better rangeland.
They moved steadily southward, as did the
Indians, searching for new pastures.
The cattle raised during the 19th century came
Rom the same Andalusian stock that was left to
forage in the wild some 300 years before. These
cattle were small, but reproduced rapidly in the
wilderness; they soon spread over many parts of
the peninsula and over parts of the Southeast.
The early Cracker pioneers had to be as tough
as the cattle in order to survive on the Florida
frontier. They had a labor-hard existence in a hot,
subtropical wilderness fraught with panthers,
wolves, bears, hordes of mosquitoes, and the
occasional outbreak of Indian hostilities.
But they were able to acquire cattle herds
quickly by borrowing or buying a few cows,
marking them and turning them loose in the
woods. In the spring, the pioneer families caught
and branded their new calves. They also caught
wild Andalusian horses, which became key to
herding and ranching. Over the years, their
horses became known as "cracker" ponies or
"marshtackles."
Dogs also became essential to the work of
Florida cowmen. There were several breeds of cow
dogs, but one, the so-called Leopard, was said to
be a crossbreed of Florida's native black wolf and
the Spanish war dog used by the early
conquistadors. The dogs and the horses helped
find and round up cows that were foraging in the
deep woods, snake-infested marshes and dense
brush.
There were no fences, so the different herds
sometimes mixed. Ownership was determined by
the cows' brands and distinctive ear -crops.
Rustlers took advantage of the open range and
altered or duplicated brands in order to claim
cattle that didn't belong to them.
Stealing cattle was one of the infractions that
often led to violence on the Florida range,
including shootouts, lynching, dueling and
fighting with knives and fists. Lawmen frequently
endorsed vigilante justice as a way of trying to
establish some order in a violent, lawless
territory. At times, actual range wars raged
between cattle families.
Throughout it all, the cattle industry in Florida
kept growing and adapting and finding new
markets as political and economic conditions
changed.
The cowmen of today still ride the Florida
countryside and use loud cracks of their 12-foot-
long whips to herd cattle. Some of the whips are
different now, made of nylon instead of braided
leather --but the spirit of the cowmen has not
changed. Their love ofeworkin cattle is the same
The Florida Humanities Council, a nonprofit
anizaticabsponsors ubrl pro rcuns celebrating


Backyard treasure
Thanks to the efforts of local historian Hugh Rountree, residents
can now take a virtual tour of the Florida State Museum Cracker
Homestead. Copies of Rountree's DVD profiling the park are
available at the Taylor County Public Library. The museum
celebrates the heritage of Florida's forest industry. The heart of the
museum is dedicated to longleaf pines and the 5,000 products
manufactured from them. The more than 50-year-old long leaf pines
growing on the museum grounds provide a majestic canopy and
create an enjoyable walking trail for visitors. Adjacent to the
museum is an authentic 19th century Cracker homestead, much like
those scattered throughout Florida at the turn of the century.

Rea rs lead interpretive tours during special events and upon


this week's edition which was
filled with political ads for
local and state offices. Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Gawn of
Tequesta, Fla., announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Joellen McGreal, to Richard
Gary Cannon, the son of the
Rev. and Mrs. R.C. cannon of
Perry.

SIX BABIES WELCOMED
Clifton Lee Everhart Jr. was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Clifton
e rhar of Perry and e

weighed 9 pounds, 14 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin D. Bass
announced the birth of their
daughter, Elizabeth Lenora, on
Aug. 20 at Doctors' Memorial
Hospital-
James Garrett Lundy was
born to Mr. and Mrs. James R.
Lundy Jr. on Aug. 17. He
weighed 7 pounds, 11.25
ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Hoover
welcomed Joel Andrew
Hoover to their family on Aug.


20. He weighed 7 pounds, 1
ounce.
Clara Amy Land was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Dean H. Land on
Aug. 17. She weighed 7
pounds, 3.5 ounces.
Amber Suzanne Feldman
was born to Mr. and Mrs. David
Feldman of Orlando on Aug.
24. Proud grandparents in
Perry were Mr. and Mrs. John
Punda. Great grandmothers
were Mrs. Annie Rice and Mrs.
Mary Punda.
PHY BEC ES
INVESTIGATOR
Sheriff Maurice Linton
welcomed C.F. "Buddy"
Murphy to the post of special
investigator for Taylor County's
law enforcement.

BIG PUMPKIN!
Mrs. Mary Grantham was
pictured with a pumping
weighing 98 pounds which her
Please see page 6


NEW CREDIT UNION
UNDER CONSTRUCTION
The Buckeye Employes
-
I ced tC edb Trinit.hnon
construction of its new building
on SR 30 near Buckeye
Cellulose Corporation.

KlWANIANS CELEBRATE
50TH ANNIVERSARY
The local Kiwanis Club
donated a set of classics to the
Taylor County Public Library
as a part of its 50th anniversary
celebration. The group "plus
their ladies" was scheduled to
gather at Cooey's in
Steinhatchee for a celebratory
dinner.

ENVIABLE INTEREST
RATES AT CITIZENS
citizens Bank of Perry
advertised its Certificate of
Deposit interest rates. For one
year, you could earn 6 percent
interest, or for four years, 7.25.

ONE ENGAGEMENT,
MANY POLITICAL ADS
There was only one
engagement announcement m


Auut2-9 09


123 S. Jefferson Street


DONALD D. LINCOLN
Publisher

DEBBIE CARLTON
Business Manager

ANGELA M.CASTELUCCI
StaffWriter/Advertising Sales

MARK VIOLA
Staff Writer


SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Managing Editor

CAROLYN DuBOSE
Advertising Director

LIBBY DENMARK
Graphic Arts
SARAH WEIRICK
Classified Advertising


Bac k


L oo king


A-2 Perry News-Herald August28-29,2009


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THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
ugust 29, 1974
SIXTEEN GIRLS WANT
TO BE QUEEN
As the 1974 Florida Forest
Festival neared, 16 girls signed
up to compete for the title of
Forest Festival Queen. They
included: Susan Smith, Kathy
Giddens, Marie Donnelly, Lee
Ann Culbreath, Mary Bines,
Becky Moon, Susan Spradley,
Alexia Castle, Carol DuBose,
Sandra Couver, Sherrie
Williams, Patricia Morgan,
Cynthia Cheney, Judy Pita,
Charlotte Ingram and Priscilla
Jones.

MARKER LIGHTS
IN PLACE
Commission Chairman W.D.
Wilson Jr. was pictured with
one of the marker lights to be
placed at the mouth of the
Aucilla, Econfina and
Fenholloway Rivers. The
powerful, flashing lights were
expected to be visible for two
to five miles, depending on
weather conditions.


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. 'A-3 Perry News-Herald August 28-29, 2009


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This Summerl

Mrs newipeleased short story
collection by award-winning author
Patrick D. Smith is a "must read"
for fans of his bestselling book.
"A Land Remembered." It even
includes a story about cats.
"Alligator Gold"
Finally a new book from Pine-
plbPnr cbke
He'sjust back from the Civil
War and has a heap of trouble
with Snake Barber. Then Maddy
Wilkes enters Hawk's life and
stoh s taTi omdo tr t
just be the answer.
"Spri sd Florida
Thisneweditioniscompletely
updated to serve as a guide to
id a ns ring9 sb
for canoeists, kayokers, divers,
snokelers, do ri ers and


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Treatment of Cogongrass
2009 Sign-up Period:
Extended through September 1st
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For guidelines and application materials,
contact your local Florida Division of Forestry Office
or visit our website at:

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Reunion

Sept. 5, soog
Perry Elks Lodge
$30 per person
. n a ,
Call Janet at 584-7615 or Ruth at 578-2587


Want to spread
the news?
Engagement and birth
annOUnCement fOrmS
are available at our
office located at
123 S. Jefferson St


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Discount and insurance offered only with select companies and subject to availability and qualifications. Discount


as well as boosting the local
economy."
Putnal said the building sits
on 26 acres of land that was
previously a contaminated
brown field. Approximately
75,000 tons of contaminated
soil were removed.
Anything that could be
cleaned--such as bricks--was


re-used. At the headquarters,
parking areas are made of
gravel which permits rainwater
to seep into the ground,
reducingerosion. Nativeplants
are also used in the
landscaping.
Beyond headquarters, the
"'* Pl88S6 See page 6


By SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Managing Editor
You may think the Perry
Woman's Club is only
concerned with monthly
luncheons and the occasional


political rally, but a consuming
interest of the club for the
previous two years has been
Heifer International.
This organization which
dedicates itself to "ending
world hunger and saving the
earth," became the national
president's project with each
state expected to help the
cause.
That's where Ina Putnal, of
Mayo, comes in--connecting all
the dots from the national
president's project to the
individual clubs in her Florida
district.
To intensify interest in Heifer
International, Putnal worked
with Iris Parker to coordinate a
recent Florida Federation of
Woman's Clubs trip to tour
Heifer International in Little
Rock, Ark.
Parker served as tour guide,
assisted by Jeanne Raulerson.
Putnal's description of the tour
gives a closer look at this
"green" building in Arkansas.
"We were given the VIP
treatment at the headquarters,"
she said. "This building is the
premiere 'Green' building in the
U.S. Everything possible is
made from recycled material.
Ene conse lp ni ke 1
panels. The building is situated
in an east-west direction to


maintain maximum natural
light for all offices. Heating
and cooling ducts run through
pipes beneath the flooring
which is made of bamboo.
Bamboo can grow to maturity
in 3 to 5 years. All materials
used in the building come from
the surrounding area, cutting
down on transportation costs


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Doris Lepoma got her hands dirty working in the greenhouses on the Heifer


Excellence in compassionate care.

"I personally promise my patients that I will provide the best care
I possibly can." Dr. Joseph Dorn, Tallahassee Medical Director

e-
HOSPICE
Licensed in Florida in 1983
covenanthospice.org/tallahassee

Care in home or facility, 24-hr support Comfort & pain management
Physician home visits Bereavement & family support
Staff trained in end-of-life care Not-for-profit charitable organization


Waste

tH 0 ...

Want

0Of
Heifer, International, uses its
educational village to teach
resourcefulness, and doesn't
tolerate wastefulness. The
organization maintains that 50
percent of our food supply is
wasted.
To counter wastefulness,
He isug ategies include
Plan meale so that
leftovere ca n be
transformed into the
next nig t'bu ly if the
food is unlikely to go had
over time.
th nMakeouLeeen n u
more.
Clean out the fridge
and acu boar inregummor
than you need.
*When all else fails, give
your food back to the
earth--turn your ecrape
nto compete.


Perry Support Center: 2057 S. Byron Butler Pkwy., Ste. 9, (850) 584-9886 Tallahassee Branch: 1545 Raymond Diehi Rd., Ste. 102, (850) 575-4998


osnhoJt reB n & Wendy Johnson,
the children of
Albert & Eleanor

Johns@H
would like to invite you to their parents'
50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
celebration
Friday, Sept. 4, 2009
Friendship Baptist Church
7:00 p.m.
A lanill7 & Ir1 nds are sun eled [0 called NO gills, phase


I


SAFER DRIVERS DESERVE TO BE


OUR STAND


Call me today about our safe driver discount.


Mark Pelt
1000-A S JEFFERSON ST
PERRY
a042189@allstate.com
Proud member ofthe Chamber ofCommerce


Perry women see premiere 'Green' building


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Buck scoring Sept. 5
Florida Fish and Wildlife The deer must have been taken
Conservation Commission in Florida by fair-chase methods.
(FWC) officers will score deer Antlers scoring 100 points
antlers Sept. 5 in Live Oak. or more qualify for the Florida
The annual scoring will begin Buck Registry, and the owner
at 10 a.m.and will continue until will receive a certificate suitable
all scoring is completed. The for framing.
event will be at R & R Tractor The Florida Buck Registry
Parts and Hunting Supplies, was established in 1982. The
944 N. Ohio Ave. A drawing for minimum qualifying antler
a ladder tree stand will also be score is 100 Boone and Crockett
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to compare with other Florida & R Tractor Parts and Hunting
deer taken in previous seasons. Supplies at 386-362-2651.


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From the ocean's floor to our front door!


12 pound tackle! Well, finally
the leader simply frayed (from
rubbing on the gill plates) and it
was all over.
A few minutes later Tonya
hooked and landed a nice 26
inch redfish which kind of made
up for her "losing" the big
tarpon!
Saturday, Sherry and Craig
Fletches of Perry had their limit
of trout with two over 20 inches
long fishing with live pinfish
under Cajuns in 4-12 feet of
water.
Peng Chee was down this
week from Tifton, Ga., with his
buddy Don and they managed
six trout with a couple over 20
inches Monday on live pinfish
under Cajuns from 6-7 feet of
water. They only fished an hour
or so Tuesday morning for one
trout and decided to get some
scallops on the falling tide.
Remember, scallop season
ends Sept. 10th, so you best get
back out there this weekend for
one more run for those tasty little
mollusks.
FLY YOUR DIVE FLAGS ...
It's the LAW!


BY PAT MCGRIFF
onemorecast@gtcom.net
I had a great trip, Wednesday
htst, with Will Forest and Tonya
I uner of the Ocala area, who
caught their limit of 15 trout
with two over 20 inches long.
We were fishing with live pinfish
under Cajuns (of course).
But the really exciting part
was when Tonya hooked up with
al 80-pound class tarpon and
had it on and fought it for 30
minutes! This all on 12-pound
Triple Fish line and only a 30
pound Triple Fish Perlon leader!
This was Tonya's first ever
tarpon hook-up and she just
thought she was minding her
own business trout fishing when
this HUGE tarpon jumped her
pinfish, blasting it out of the water
with two spectacular jumps, then
10 minutes later jumped again ...
then five minutes later jumped
again ... then jumped twice more,
making it six jumps in all.
The fish surprised us all, by
having the energy, that late in
the game, to clear the water.
The real surprise was having the
poon on that long, especially, on


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Members of the Taylor County High football team worked on the Bulldogs' offense
during a practice session earlier this week. TCHS is slated to travel to Mayo on Friday
to take on Lafayette County in a pre-season contest. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.

Dinners for sale
The Aucilla Christian
Boosters are again serving fish
and grilled chicken dinners
for $8 .to help support the
football program. The dinners
will be served each Tuesday
throughout football season.


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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
An online-completion day
will be Nov. 7 from 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. in Perry.
The exact locations for these
classes will be given to those
who register in advance by
calling the regional office at


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
or nheubil975,bto purcPhe pla
interested in attending a course
can register online and obtam
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.


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to help new Bulldog Football
CoachShaneBoggsleadTaylor
County back to prominence on
the football field.
Veteran Touchdown Club
members are seeking new
members, business sponsors,
SuperDogs and anyone
who would like to be a part
of the Taylor County
Bulldogs' resurgence to join
them in supporting local
athletes.
The Touchdown Club is
planning on producing a full
football program again this
year and is seeking advertisers
who would like to place their
businesses in front of thousands
of local and visiting fans who
attend home games each Friday
night.
Businesses can also support
the team by having their
business advertised on signs
placed around the fence at
DoA 11 oau membership drive
is underway. If you would like
to be a part of the Bulldogs
return to ranking among the
region's top football programs
and can offer any type of
support, contact Benjye Tuten
at 584-9324.


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Rel ig ion


Obituaries


REWARD
as
Eternal Life
"The wages of sin is death, But the gift of
GOd is eternal life through Jesus Christ our
, .use quaLord? Itom-4:23. -
For more information please contact
Lakeside Baptist Church
"A Place to Call Home"


rry FT ch of God CFirst United Methodist Church
1' Sunday School 10:00 10:45 *
rn r SMDAY WEDNESDAY
Sunda NIaht Sunday School 9:00 a.m. Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
Traditional Worship 10:00 a.m. Youth ActivItles 6:00 p.m.
Sunday Service 6:00 -7:00 ChoIr 7:15 p.m.
Nursery provided wth adult supervision 9:45-12:00 Wednesday Night THURSDAY Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
Mike Hicks, pastor Youth Group 6:00 -7:30 302 N. Jefferson St. Perry, FL (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992 Study Group 7:00 Rev. James Taylor;pastor nursery provided Email fumcp@gtcom.net


"Come unto to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." 9
Come and learn more about our Lord, Worship with us together in Spirit and in Truth at


Everyone is our Honored Guest!


In Loving Memory of our Parents
Rev. Luther Turner & Ethel Mae Houck Turner
Our Daddy deceased & is at rest-Sept. 07, 1979 9-days after his 91st Birthday.
Our Momma deceased & is at rest-August 28, 2007 on our Dad's 119th Birthday.
It has been 30-years (Sept.7, 2009), now that our Daddy has been gone and we have missed him
very badly, it seems as it was yesterday. The days will always fill our hearts with his love, memories of .
Our growing up with him and Momma teaching us to work and appreciate everything that anyone did for
us. They always said treat people like you want to be treated and you will be BLESSED and we are.
The most important memory is that he taught us about GOD and how important prayer is in our daily
walk of life. He always said without GOD we are nothing. All of us brothers & sisters know that is the
gos I.and Mommy's bottled up prayers were here for us through the years and will be for years to

co en though our Daddy had gone on, we had our Momma to cling on to and after 28 years she slipped
out of this life and left us standing alone with God in total control. She left her love, memories, and her
strong words of faith and consideration and determination to live and work hard to keep going until the
end of her life here. She spared the rod and spoiled the child a little harder than Daddy did, but in a stronger way for you to understand it clearer, it worked and
sticks with us today.
They loved us and wanted us to become something as we grew up to be grown, gone and on our own. They were very proud of their children. We are all very
BLESSED and THANKFUL to be born and raised in a Christian home in a small town called Salem, with GOD always first and with Bible reading followed with
Prayer every day before our day started and every night when our day ended. We were taught to bless our food, water or whatever it was that we had to eat, drink
or wear, we hold up the TURNER name very proudly.
mucVVe are ad npour)mi ds but I our hearts and thoughts we are thankful| in knowing where our parents are today. We loved our dear Daddy & Momma very
GOD IS GOOD ALL THE TIME... Love forever lingers in our hearts.....
The Turner Children, L.S., Abel, Tilda, Silas, Paul, Nelia & Zillah
(1-brother deceased Oct. 21, 2006. We loved him truly and we have missed him strongly.)
A FAMILY THAT PRAYS TOGETHER STAYS TOGETHER /


performance from the WINGS
Student Ministry, and a
message from guest speaker,
Pastor Curt Whitfield of
Cornerstone Fellowship
Church. "

Taylor County
,
Umon conveneS
The Taylor County Union,
which is an auxiliary of the
First Bethlehem Baptist
Association, will convene at
Antioch Baptist Church on
Aug. 28-30.
The Christian Leadership
School, sponsored by the
Union, will continue classes at
2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 29.
Registration will be held then.

Fifth Saturday meet
You're invited to a Fifth
Saturday Meeting at
Steinhatchee Revival Center on
Aug. 29 at 11 a.m. Gospel
singing and preaching are
promised, with dinner
following the worship service.


strong man capable of ripping a
huge phone book in half," will
be featured. Hamburgers,
hotdogs and drinks will be
served.
Games will include slip-n-
slides, big balloon bouncers
and 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, and
everyone is urged to make
plans to attend.
NOte-burning
Sunday
Lamont Baptist Church,
a tat 1 n esRd. its
celebration of "paying off the
metgage" witSh a eAbunu3n
The service will begin at 11
a.m., featuring guest speakers
and special music. Dinner will
follow in the church fellowship
hall.

You're invited to
'Engage'
Everyone is invited to First
Assembly of God on Sunday,
Aug. 30 at 6 p.m. for 'Engage:
A Modern Worship
Experience.
The event will include
informal attire and lighting
effects, and feature live music
from the lA Worship Band, a


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 serving as
hosts. .
Youth and adults in the
community are cordially
invited. For additional
information, please contact

;:,,,?:24 r of Faith
'Back to School
Bash' is Aug. 29
Blue Creek Baptist Church
will have a "Back to School
Bash" on Saturday at 2 p.m. for
all school-age children in the
area
Ken Perkins, promoted as "a


5th Sunday Union
here at St. Peter's
New Jerusalem Primitive
Baptist Church of Perry, St.
Peter's Primitive Baptist
Church of Perry and New Hope
Primitive Baptist Church of
Sirmans will host a Fifth
Sunday Union on Sunday, Aug.
30, in Perry at St. Peter's
Primitive Baptist Church.
Everyone is cordially invited
to attend. Sunday School
begins at 9:45 a.m. with
worship at 11 a.m. led by Elder
Antonio Davis.
Need an uplift?

up t g! On aysSiritual
.
hur5h, oca'The Tr um0h
Schwartz St, will be presenting
a Community Uplift Program.
The guest speaker will be Bro.
Nathanial Burnett.
A commumty-wide
invitation is extended.


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and nephews.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday at 11 a.m. at Joe P.
Burns Funeral Home,
Interment will follow at New
Hope Cemetery in Athena.


Family members will receive
friends one hour prior to the
service from 10 a.m. until 11
a.m. in the chapel of Joe P.
Burns Funeral Home which is
in charge of arrangements.


Earl James MyerS
Earl James Myers, 65, died
Aug. 26, 2009 in Perry.
Born in Caryville, Fla., he
moved to Perry from Port St.
Joe and had lived here for the
past 60 years.
ve a ofe iem ,t=
of the AMVets and the VFW of
Perry. He retired from
Fairpoint Communications in
2007.
He was preceded in death by
his father who raised him,
oduai ht&tibli Ms nidil@r,
Eva Sellers Pate.
Survivors include: a son,
Dallas Lee Myers of Winter
Haven; a daughter, Angeline
Louise Myers of Cross City;
two sisters, Edna Durden of
Perry and Merle Dockery of
Amarillo, Texas; two
grandchildren; one great-
grandchild and a host of nieces


Sunday. 00 S


WEDNESDAY SERVICES


SUNDAY SERVICES
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning WorshiP
6:00 p.m. Discipleship 'Itaining
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship


Come study online http /en. netiog.com/lronyoda


Sunday Morning Bible Study at 9:30 a.m.


'back-to-school rally this weekend


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Need E ng lish classes?

a nghsh ae aS o L nguage' lasses are bein offered on'd
Thursday at two different times.
Classes will be taught at 8:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. beginning Sept.
15. Those interested in learning to speak and read the English
language better should call Eleanor L. Grubbs at 584-6325.
Mrs. Grubbs, the instructor, requests that you "please speak
slowly and leave your name and phone number on the answering
machine." She will return your call.


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The Taylor County Even Start Family Literacy Project is accepting
new clients into the program for the 2009-2010 school year
The program provides services that integrate adult education, early
childhood education, parent education and interactive literacy
activities for eligible families,
Parents who want to improve their adult basic education skills or
work toward receiving a GED, and have children from birth through
age seven, are eligible to participate in the program. .
Transportation and childcare are provided at no cost to families.
The Even Start officers are located on the child development
campus (508 N. Aquanaldo Ave.).
If you have a child under eight years of age, and, if you are
interested in working toward your GED or furthering your basic
education, please call (850) 838-9372 or (850) 838-9373.
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CUffent Store to remain open


Final hearing slated Tuesday
COASTAL PAltK
Continued from page 1
structures (such as lighting or restrooms).
She said she was recommending the board eliminate the
restrooms and instead seek funding for the parking facilities,
lighting, a volleyball court, a playground, a multi-use field and a
historical kiosk.
The county has already received a $32,400 Florida Boating
Improvement Program grant for the design and engineenng of the
parking facilities.
At the sports complex, which has received two FRDAP grants in
the past, the county was originally seeking assistance in the
construction of one baseball diamond (to begin a second planned
quad), one playground, one restroom facility and lights for the
existing tennis and basketball courts.
At last week's hearing, County Engineer Kenneth Dudley asked
whether the restrooms could be eliminated from the application
and that the county instead seek funding for another segment of the
complex. He explained that the restrooms could be built to mirror
the ones at the existing baseball quad and would cost--even usmg
inmate labor--approximately $150,000. Ultimately, the board
agreed to have Cox and Dudley find a replacement for the
restrooms while maintaining the maximum amount of grant points
for the application.
When asked Friday, Cox said the county would be seeking a
softball field along with the baseball field, playground and
lighting. The modified applications are on the agenda for the
comittission's meeting Tuesday for final approval.


DEADLINE LOOMS
COntInued from page 1
48 to what measures will be
acceptable to the city as a cure.
"Rather than attempt to
dertake a corrective measure
ly to later learn it is
unacceptable to the city, we ask
at the city please clarify what
measures) it will accept as a
re for the alleged violation."
City Attorney Mike Smith
pounded to the inquiry by
tailing what the city would
consider as "compliance" by
he energy provider:
.* An office in the city limits
Perry staffed full-time and
open at all times Monday
through Friday during normal
Business hours.
A minimum of one person
ysically in the office at all
times while it is open during


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According to his application,
filanson, who is rector at St.
Aunes Episcopal Church in
Perry, has previously worked as
diix engineer for Exxon
chemicals and served as
plain at Hermann Hospital
ii Houston, Texas. He has a
l bachelor's degree in chemistry
from The Citadel, a master's
clegree in Biblical literature
ffom Oral Roberts University
titld a master's degree in
flivinity from Virginia
minary.
"I bring to this position the
11s and experience to
navigate organizations through
difficult situations and help
them to find positive
plutions," Hanson said on the
application.


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(sband, Larry, raised. Her
daughter, Julie, was standing
eside another giant pumpkin
hich weighed in at 75 pounds.

BIG SNAKE!
W.D. Courtney and his four-
ear-old son, Jody, posed with
six-foot rattler killed Aug. 14
n the Hampton Springs area.

SPORTS ACTION
Walt Lamb Jr. won the first
estival golf tournament with a
lazing second day, three-
nder-par 67." He finished


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supremee court justice


1975: Joseph W. Hatchet, the first African-American justice of
e Florida Supreme Court, was sworn in today.
SEPTEMBER 3
1831: Henry Laurens Mitchell, the sixteenth governor of
lorida, was born this day in Jefferson County, Ala. At age 15,
itchell moved to Tampa. While there, he studied law and was
admitted to the bar in 1849. He enlisted in the Confederate army
hen the Civil War began and rose to the rank of Captain,
Lowing the defeat of General John Pemberton's forces at
icksburg, he returned to Hillsborough County to serve as a
member of the Florida House of Representatives (a position to
hich he had been elected while in the military), He served
additional terms in 1873 and 1875. In 1888, he was appointed to
e Florida Supreme Court and held that position until he became
candidate for governor in 1891.
Following his term as chief executive, Mitchell. was elected
lerk of the circuit court and later county treasurer in Hillsborough
ounty.
Mitchell died in Tampa on Oct. 14, 1903.


normal business hours. The
city would prefer that the
person would have the same
authority and capabilities as a
customer service supervisor.
The office would accept
payments for utility accounts
without charge to the customer.
The city would also "prefer
and appreciate if Progress
Energy would support the
revitalization efforts of the
downtown effort by the office)
being located in historic
downtown Perry."
The city had not received
further correspondence or
notice of an appeal from
Progress Energy as of
presstime Tuesday. "They have
30 days from the date of the
order to file an appeal with the
circuit court of Taylor County.
They have not done that to my
knowledge," Brown said.


location...which will bring in
abput 10 new jobs for the area,"
City Manager Bob Brown said.
The new store is expected to
be open by the first quarter of
2010,


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will consider the appointment
of someone that meets the
requirements of the by-laws,"
Lanier said."
At their meeting Tuesday, the
council discussed the letter.
"I contacted the city's
appointee to the hospital board
(Michael Lynn) and he said that
he was willing to accept what
the DMH board said...he said
he disagreed with it, but he was
willing to accept it," Mayor
Emily Ketring said.
"I am disappointed that the
hospital board did not respect
the city's wishes as regard to
our appointee," she added.
Councilman Don Cook
nominated Hanson and "we'll
have the seat filled." He noted
that he wished he could go back
sin time and have the city.not
accept the provision that
allowed it to make
appointments to the hospital
board. .
"My fear is that some day,
syneone is going to come ask
the city to be fiscally
responsible for any sort of


shortfall at the hospital," he
said.
Councilman Sylvester Harri4
seconded Cook's motion and it
passed unanimously, 3-0. (Both
Councilman Doug Everett and
Councilman Alphonso Dowdell
were not present at the
meeting).
"The city is pleased that its
vacancies are filled on the
DMH board and looks forward
to positive outcomes in DMH's
future through the hard work
and tough decisions made by
the DMH board," Brown said
in an e-mail to the Perry News-
Herald Wednesday.
Since the hospital board
reorganized last fall--after all
but one of the board members
resigned--it has lost -four
members, including Collins
and Brynes.
Daryll Gunter .apd Vance
Howell both stepped down
early this year, citing fply
and business obhgations. The
county concussion appointed
Lanier and -Bobby Edwardh to
fill their seats.


Michael Lynn as a DMH board
member and to seat him to the
DMH board without delay."
In response, Lanier sent a
letter back to Brown, dated
Aug. 19, stating the DMH
board's continued position that
Lynn's position did not meet its
by-laws.
"At the June 29 board of
directors meeting, the board
considered changing the by-
laws to allow Michael Lynn to
serve on the board. The
consensus of the board was not
to amend/change the bylaws,"
Lanier said in the letter,
"All members, except for the
chairman, Joe Collins,
expressed their opinions to not
make changes to the by-laws.
The board is hesitant to change
the by-laws and start the
process of allowing special
interest and conflict of interest
to control the actions of the
board. I do not see how we can
seat Michael Lynn given thist it
is a direct conflict of opp by-


He was, however, not the
council's first choice for the
position. They had originally
appointed Michael Lynn to
replace the city's other open
seat on the DMH board left
vacant by Bill Brynes, who
took an indefinite leave of
absence to take the position of
interim CFO at the hospital.
The DMH board, however,
questioned whether its by-laws
allowed for Lynn to sit on the
board since his brother, Joda
Lynn, works at the hospital as a
doctor.
While Lynn's appointment
remained in question, the city
appointed Albert Johnson to fill
Brynes' seat.
In a letter dated Aug. 4 from
City Manager Bill Brown to
DMH Board Chairman
Dewayne Lanier, he said the
council had "re-affirmed their


appointment of Michael Lynn
to the city's vacant position."
He referred to the Sept. 10,
2008, addendum to the DMH
lease with the county, which
states, "To fill the board of
directors of DMH, the board of
county commissioners shall
advertise, interview and select
board of director of DMH
members at their sole
discretion."
Prior to the lease addendum,
the DMH board received all
applicants and then selected
which ones they would submit
to the commission or council
for consideration.
"In the council's judgement,
the city holds the same
authority to select DMH board
members as the county," Brown
said in his letter. "Council
requests the DMH board honor
the city's power to name


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s. It is a working
t used primarily for
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tractors.
heep were lambing
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per recently, saving that chore
for our creiv to clean up. As
our tour continued, we saw
examples of houses found in
different parts of the world.
One of the things I found
interesting was the set-up they
used to produce methane gas
for cooking in remote parts of
the world. They built a small
concrete slab to hold two or
three pigs. The waste from the
pigs was collected and forced
through pipes to a small round-
topped structure situated just
outside the pen where it was
converted to methane gas and
then piped to the home to be
used for cooking."
The group gathered for lunch
at the Ranch Cafeteria where
all the food is prepared from
what is grown on the ranch.
The menu included salad,
(lettuce freshly cut from the
garden), roast beef and green
beans. "All the waste from
the meal is put in a container,
weighed and charted daily.
The waste is then taken to
their compost pile," Putnal
said.
"After lunch, we were
divided into groups according
to the choices we had made for

colwork w hedule.'k tch
garden. Since it looked like it
could rain anytime, we went to
the greenhouses. Most of us
weeded and transplanted
carrots from one bed to another.
As rain continued to threaten,
we stayed in the greenhouse
while the beekeeper gave a
presentation on beekeeping.
When it really started to rain
we were taken back to the main

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questions and to get a little
more information about our
guides."
Other members of the group E
participated in other work
events, such as pumpmg water
manually and cleaning the
animal pens.
Putnal said the experience
gave each participant a greater
appreciation for the luxuries
each enjoys in the United
States, as well as a burden for
those who need help.
It also enhanced their
appreciation in terms of fixed
raising, because this tour
group--through raffles and
Other fund raisers--generated
$3000 for Heifer
International...."and felt good
about every penny of it," Putnal
said.


oup visited Heifer's service.
Education Village which was outside
Hearing completion for a Perryville
mmer opening. Art work on acres but
e ceilings depicts the many 200 acre
eas of the globe where Heifer ranch, bu
as projects. The walk leading teaching.
the front of the building hauled by
s; made of bricks with "The s
scriptions of donors, that week
lauding that of the General raised is
deration of Woman's Club They hav
silent, Linda Dennis. "That no sheari
mpted all of us on the tour saw so
take up a collection to walking
irchase a brick with our name cleaned


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two strokes ahead of Billy
Grant.
Bulldog Coach Elmer Coker
was shown demonstrating
shoulder pads to Margie
Stewart, one of his students in
the Ladies Football Clinic at
the Vo-Tech.

BOB LEMON RETIRES
After 23 years of service
with Procter & Gamble at
Milan Arsenal and Buckeye'
Robert Lemond retired as.
manager of the
fimshing/shipping department
at Buckeye. He was presented
a piece of luggage and an
electnc watch'


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Monday at
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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 of Education at
Florida State University.
The meeting will begin at
5:30 p.m. at the library,
which is located on
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The Taylor County Soil &
Water Board encourages local
farmers and ranchers to register
now for conservation
assistance offered through the
U.S. Department of
Agriculture's Natural
Resources Conservation
Services (NRCS).
A deadline of Oct. 30, has
been set to submit applications
for several voluntary
conservation programs that
may help eligible participants
pay for conservation practices
to prevent soil erosion, improve
water quality, restore wetlands
and provide habitat for wildlife.
These programs include:
Environmental Quality
Incentives Program (EQIP):
Provides financial and
technical assistance to farmers
and ranchers who face threats
to soil, water, air and related
natural resources on their land.
Through EQIP, NRCS
develops contracts with
agricultural producers to
voluntarily implement
conservation practices to
address environmental natural
resource problems. Persons
engaged in livestock or
agricultural production and
owners of non-industrial
private forestland are eligible
for the program. Eligible land
includes cropland, rangeland,
pastureland, private non-
industrial forestland and other
farm or ranch lands.
Wildlife Habitat Incentive
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voluntary program for
developing or improving high
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fish and wildlife populations of
national, state, tribal and local
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Local Gator fan Ryan Hart, 9, is shown with University of Florida quarterback
Tim Tebow during a U.F. Fan Day held Aug. 16. Ryan made the trip to Gainesville
with his parents, Robert and Amanda Hart. According to Amanda, the trio took their
place in line at 6:45 a.m. The doors of the Stephen C. O'Connell Center, where the
event was being held, didn't open until 12 noon. Once inside, however, they were
able to meet a number of players, including several running backs and Tebow.
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The North Florida
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Art Department invites artists
from the North Florida area and
beyond to submit proposals to
exhibit their artwork. NFCC is
seeking 2D works in a variety
of mediums, small 3D and
installation pieces and limited
electronic media.
"We are a small venue
offering exhibition space to
visual artists with original and
compelling work, said Lisa
Burden, art instructor and


gallery coordinator at NFCC.
"We welcome solo or group
proposals, however, exhibitions
will be determined according to
work that shares a theme or
visual aesthetic, therefore,
artists may not be grouped with
their fellow applicants."
Artists interested in
exhibiting their work at NFCC
should mail a proposal by Sept.
30. Proposals should include a
cover letter including
explanation of exhibition
vision/plan, 10-20 images of


work with list of titles, resume
or biography, artist statement
and a self-addressed stamped
envelope. Mail proposals to
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College, Attn: Lisa Barden, 325
NW Turner Davis Drive-
Madison, FL 32340.
NFCC gallery exhibits are
open to NFCC students and the
general public Monday through
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presentations, drum circles and
rhythmic events, storytellers and
planetarium shows.The event is
free and open to the public. For
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SEPT. 12
The North Florida Community
College Artist Series kicks off
its 2009-10 with the Vanaver ,,
Caravan presenting "Earth Beat,
an evening of traditional and
original dances from around the
world. Tickets are $12 for adults
and $6 for NFCC students and
children 12 and under.
For more information or to
purchase tickets, call 850-973-
1653 or visit online at www.nfec.
edu.
SEPT. 18
The Live! At Dowling Park Artist
Series returns for its 22nd season
at Advent Christian Village with
Duo Internazionale.The music
begins at 7 p.m. at the Village
Church. The performers are
classically trained and highly
acclaimed professionals who
perform a refined variety of folk,
classical and popular melodies.
Tickets are $15 for adults, $15 for
ACV members, $5 for students
(ages 13-18) and $3 for children
(ages 5-12). Call 386-658-5343
for tickets or visit online at www.
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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
more information, call 850-385-
0551 or visit www.elcbigbend
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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. 4 4
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.tlecc.org.
SEPT. 12
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B ken Trust il1e pearinorming
.at 8 p.m. at Floyd's Music Store
in Tallahassee. The night will also
feature Not Tonight Josephine,
Favored Sons, Never Forgotten
and The Perennial Kiss. Tickets
are on sale now for $7 and can
be purchased early from the
band, or by calling 850-371-
2307. For more information,
visit www.floydsmusicstore,
com or www.myspace.com/
brokentrust221.


SEPr. 10-27
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the film of the same name written
and directed by Mel Brooks, tells
the story of two producers who
conspire to get rich by putting
on a Broadway flop. Mainstage
tickets are $17 for adults and $14
for students and seniors. Tickets
can be purchased by calling
850-224-8474 or visiting online at
www.tallahasseelitttletheatre.0rg.


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Series returns this fall with a
line-up that includes classics
both old and new.
While season passes have
been available through the
summer, individual show tickets


:Many
"The Ten Tenors," "Camelot,"
"Avenue Q," "A Chorus Line,"
"100 Years of Broadway"
and "Disney's Beauty and the
Beast."
All shows will be held at the
Tallahassee-Leon County Civic
Center.
Season passes cost between
$100 and $350, depending on
seating, while individual tickets
range from $15 to $75.
To purchase tickets, visit
online at www.ticcc.org or call
the civic center box office at
800-322-3602.


young Lancelot. With one of
Broadway's most enchanting
scores featuring the hauntingly
romantic "If Ever I Would
Leave You," "I Loved You Once
in Silence," and "Follow Me,"
"Camelot" has been called the
d theatrefable.


Director Quentin Tarantino's movies have
never existed in the real world. His characters are
larger than life who could only live in the fictional
realms he creates on film.
The revenge-seeking Bride in "Kill Bill," along
with Vincent Vega and Jules Winnfield in "Pulp
Fiction," all live in a place I call Tarantino-world.
The same could be said for Lt.Aldo Raine (Brad
Pitt) and the rest of the characters in Tarantino's
latest effort, the World War II-set "Inglourious
Basterds."
The lieutenant and his team have been sent
across enemy lines into occupied France to do
one thing: terrorize the Nazi army by any means
necessary to quell their will to fight. They do
this by killing any and all Nazis they find, taking
scalps (literally) and sending those they let live
back with a permanent reminder of their time in a
Nazi uniform.
In a departure for Tarantino, this movie is told
in chronological order, although it does follow
two parallel storyline which do not meet until
the end. One, of course, is about Raine and his
team, while the other follows a French Jewish girl
(M61anie Laurent) who survives the murder of her
family to take refuge in Paris operating a cinema.
When the Nazi high command decides to hold
the premier of its latest propaganda film at the
cinema, Raine's team pick it for their latest target.
As with most ofTaratino's films, he brings out
the best of his cast, even Pitt, who dons such a
ridiculous accent that it could not have worked in
any other movie. Other standouts include Laurent
as the revenge-seeking cinema owner, Michael
Fassbender as a British slider undercover with
Raine's team and Diane Kruger as the German
actress (and spy) Bridget von Hammersmark.
The.highlight of the film, however, is Christoph
altz, who as Col. Hans Landa, gives one of the
landmark performanceisaef the year. Waltz gives
the colonel, known as the "Jew Hunter," a quality
that is more ominous when he's smiling than when
he's.mad. He exudes charisma and arrogance,
combining the two in a way that creates one of the
most chilling villains to come around in awhile.
Dunng the opening scene, which consists almost


entirely of dialogue, Waltz sets up his character
and the movie as a whole in a few short minutes
on screen,
As for the story, Tarantino once again brings us
into his own world. While it is set during World
War II, it does not attempt to tell a realistic,
accurate portrayal of its events. He borrowed
the movie's title and basic concept from the
1978 spaghetti war film "Quel maledetto treno
blindato," but from there, it's straight Tarantino,
which means it pays homage to about two dozen
other films along the way.
One's enjoyment of this film will rest on
whether or not you believe Tarantino crossed too
many lines. Not many filmmakers could make a
scene work that begins with the title "Once upon a
time in Nazi-occupied France" and ends with the
brutal murder of a Jewish family.
The violence is strong and brutal, with the
camera rarely panning away as Raine and team
conduct their business, whether they're using
knives, guns or baseball bats. And that brings us to
the next point: they are terrorists. If Tarantino gets
away with it, and I believe he does, it is because
there is probably no other group of people who
get less sympathy than the Nazis.
Of course, Tarantino is not about to let his
audience get away that easily. When we finally
reach the premier of the movie-within-the-movie,
"Pride of a Nation," we are greeted with the Nazi
elite lapping up a film consisting entirely of a
German sniper killing allied soldiers one by one.
It gives us one more reason to want to see the
story end badly for them, but then we realize that
we have just spent the last two hours watching
a movie about allied soldiers killing Nazi ones.
Score one for Tarantino.
The movie is a lengthy two hours, 32 minutes,
and includes plenty ofedialogue.'but Tatantine's
I
ability to write engaging hnes for his characters
keeps the movie plodding forward to its fiery end.
While definitely not for everyone, Tarantino's
latest will make you laugh, cheer and squirm in
your seat in equal measures.
The movie is rated R for strong graphic
violence, language and brief sexuality.


100 Years of
ETOadway
April I I, 2010
Neil Berg's widely acclaimed
"100 Years of Broadway," a
musical revue of Broadway's
most celebrated shows, features
a cast of five Broadway stars
accompanied by an all-star
New York band. "100 Years
of Broadway" recreates the
greatest moments from the
finest shows of the century
featuring the actual stars of
shows such as "The Phantom of
the Opera," "Les Miserables,"
"Cats,""JesusChristSuperstar"
and "Jekyll & Hyde." Berg
presents revived arrangements
of Broadway classics as well
as numbers from Broadway's
newest hit shows.


Avenue Q

"Avenue Q" is Broadway's
smash-hit 2004 Tony Award
winner for best musical,
best score and best book. A
"hilarious show full of heart and
hummable tunes," "Avenue Q"
is about trying to make it in New
York City with big dreams and a
tiny bank account. "Avenue Q"
features a cast of people and
puppets who tell the story in
a smart, risque and downright
entertaining way. The New
Yorker calls it "subversive and
uproarious." Recommended for
ages 13 and up. (Avenue Q has
not been authorized or approved
in any manner by The Jim
Henson Company or Sesame
Workshop, which have no
responsibility for its content.)


The Ten Tenors
NOv. 5
Internationally renowned
Australian group, The Ten
Tenors, hope to capture the
intimacy between themselves
and the audience during live
performances, whilst invoking
nostalgic memories of people,
- e.. ., .
places of times-in history, with
songs ranging from Mexican
best-sellers to post-war classics
to jazz. Music featured from
their Nostalgica tour includes
"Granada "You'll Never
Walk Alone" and the Louis

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Disney s Beauty
and the Beast
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by more than 35 million
people worldwide. The classic
musical love story is filled with
unforgettable characters, lavish
sets and costumes, and dazzling
production numbers including
"Be our Guest" and the beloved
title song. "Disney's Beauty and
the Beast" is the story of Belle,
a young woman in a provincial
town, and the Beast, who is
really a young prince trapped in
a spell placed by an enchantress.
* * *
Those looking for more from
their Broadway experience can
join the Celebrity Club.
Membership comes with
special privileges including
free preferred parking at the
civic center, the best seating
available for all six shows
and an invitation to an after-
show buffet/reception for each
of shows. Cast members are
also invited to these events.
Membership is $185 per person
or $325 per couple.


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 Festival

u .Iahassee moebdle
Wine Maker Dinner Saturday from
6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Tickets for the
dinner are $125. On 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.
SEPT. 5
The Steinhatchee Community
Project Board presents Shells
and Scales, a community fair,

tt a 2pl n eM1ai Iclidf rent
a fish dinner at 5 p.m., followed
by a country auction.The event
will be held at the Steinhatchee
Community Center,
ER. 12
North Florida Community College
will host Festival of Arts, from 10
a.m.to 3 p.m.on the college's
campus. Activities will include


.
A Chorus Line
Feb. 22-23, 20 IO
In an empty theatre, on a
bare stage, casting for a new
Broadway musical is almost
complete. For 17 dancers,
this audition is the chance of
a lifetime. It's what they've
worked for--with every drop of
sweat, every hour of training,
every day of their lives. It's
the one opportunity to do what
they've always dreamed--to
have the chance to dance. This
is "A Chorus Line," the musical
for everyone who's ever had a
dream and put it all on the line.
Winner of nine Tony Awards,
including best musical, and the
Pulitzer Prize for drama, this
sensation is the longest running
American Broadway musical
ever.


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$26,9
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TAYLOR CO. BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
Grants Administrative Secretary Part
time (10-12 hrs. wk.) $11.88 hr.
Please review job description and
obtain application at
www.taylorcountygov.com or Workforce
Mobile Career Lab located in the K-
Mart Parking Lot on Wednesdays and
Thrusdays 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Applications must be returned to
Workforce Taylor county Board of
County Commissioners is an E0EVR
DT, background check employer.
8/MHMC
Part-time Bookkeeper wanted at Green
Industries (NFCC), Monticello FL: See
www.nfec.edu for details.


Trade-ins welcome, no down payment
for land owners! Call Prestige Home
Centers Open Sundays 12 to 5 800-
477-2492or352-493-2492.
7/1PH

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


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For rent:4 Bedroom Mobile Home $400
month. 584-5076
8/28-9/9
For rent 2 B/R, 2 B brick home in Shady
Grove. Excellent condition. New
central A/C. Call 838-5338.
8/28-9/18AR
House for rent: HUD vouchers okay.
605 S. Schwartz St. Brooklyn area. 3
BD/1 BA $525 month. $525 sec.
deposit.584-4133.
8/21-8/26

Shady Grove Area: 2 Bedroom/2 bath
$400 month. 584-2650.
8/26
For rent: 2 bedroom/1 bath, fenced
yard, small pet okay. $500 month. First,
last and half security. Call (941)855-
0169.
8/26
FOR RENT:4 bdrm 2 bath brick home
with city water 5 miles east of town.No
smoking, no pets. $800.00 per month-
1st and last mo.up front
584-4261 or 672-9047.
8/26
SmallRVforrent.includespowerwater
and cable.$100 per week.1st and last.
Just outside city limits.843-0883-
8/26-8/28
2 Room furnished efficiency apt. for
rent. 1 or 2 adults only, no children, no
pets. Utilities and satellite TV included.
$150 per week plus $150 deposit. Call
584-2199.
8/19-8/28
2 BR/ 1 BA house, newly remodeled.
$500 per month, 1st and security. No
pets.371-1568.
8/19-8/28


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584-5513

Taking applications for three 2 BR/2 BA
mobile homes set up in excellent
mobile home park.Two homes at $450
rent and $300 deposit. One at $400
rent with $300 deposit. (water, sewer,
and garbage included in rent)
Also for rent 1 BR/1 BA mobile home
for $325 and $300 deposit. Apply in
E r 's b I h d d7a09
k o Mrs. Betty.

207 South Hinley St. Perry 2 bed/1 Ba.
o in g2ood area. $575 rent. Call


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
Apartments. All have just been
refinished and ready to occupy. 1st
Months rent and Security deposit
required. Must have good credit and
references. No pets allowed. Please
call850-584-6666ext.407fordetails.
6/10tfWO -


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside ShopS New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We buy...call us! CollectibleS
Yard Sale ,
Set-up ^ * ^ Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


2002 Freedom Craft 16'x7' Airboat and
Trailer with rod boxes, stainless steel
riggmg, new seats and seat covers.472
85a0d- 2-0e3n6 ( ay 8 -w8 0
(nights)
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in the classifiells!

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Uniden Solara DSC fixed mount VHF
marine two-way radio. New in box, $75.
Call 584-5513.
8/26tfMV
2005 Yamaha 660 Grizzly $2,800 Call
352-356-0807,
8/28
Mini golf cart, gas powered 3 speed
w/REV Holds two adults, canvas top.
$1,595. Perry Scooters, 1302 N.
Jefferson St.584-2979.
8/28-9/2
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1957 Chevy for sale. $7,000, great
condition.4 door, black/ white original.
runs good. 584-4133.
8/28
1999 Nissan frontier XE King Cab
w/topper, 4cyl, 5 speed, STD shift,
heat/AC, defroster, AM/FM & Cassette,
colored, t dnvendby a little old gray
ma tainted. 18,500 ctual les. er?
like this are few and far between.
Asking $6,000. Call 584-6476. If no
answer leave message.
8/28
2005 Chevrolet 1500 LS, 2WD crew-
cab pickup truck with only 38.700
miles. Black with chrome tnm, premium
wheels, gray cloth interior, power seat,
t, tPotint t whkea ,PADMLFcM1e,, dbuead
a/c. etc. An excellent, well maintained
truck. $17,200. Call 584-7883 or 371-
4048.
8/21tfSD

2000 Mercury Grand Marquis, GS, 4
Door, 4.6, Gold, 92,779 miles, One
Owner, Clean and Well Maintained,
Stk. # 290019CA, $7,995. Call
Timberland Ford at 584-6178 or visit
our Web site at
www.timberlandford.com.


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2000 Grand Marquis LS, 4 Door, 4.6*
Gray, 119,989 miles, Clean with
at r, Nil im nT rd

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. Call
Timberland Ford at 584-6178 or 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, 51,603 miles, Extra Clean, Nice
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w.timb landford.com.


Double/Full mattress w/matching base
$135. Brand new with warranty. 425-
8374.
8/28GCN2
Formal Dining room table, 6 matching
upholstered chairs. $499 New in boxes.
Can deliver.545-7112.
8/28GCN2



FREE ADORABLE PUPPIES: (5)
looking for loving families. Mom is a
yellow lab mix, dad may be lab/retriver
mix.They have been wormed, had their
puppy shots and are ready to go. Call to
see them in action. 584-7003 or 838-
5665-
8/26-8/28DG

Adopt your next best friend Dog and
Mify Citty, Inc No fee kdog adophtuosnk '
nafuse58c4o68e8s0 wa er or y
8p/ulp2p8/28
Lab puppies: 4 chocolate (3 males/1
female)andlyellowmale.$200each.
Ready now, 843-1850 or 223-1320.
8/26-8/28
AdorableDachshundpuppies.wormeds
shots from vets. Born June 16. Parents
ir e e :11 emd 1 b 2& ann
Priced to sell.$275.850-584-4455
8/19-8/21
Chihuahua puppies and Aussie/Border
Collie puppies for sale. Call 584-5414
for pncing and details. Deposit
8e
Turkeys and Chickens for salel
Turkey's Royal Palms, Urban Reds,
Frog Breasted Frawns and Black
Slpanishh. AU sizes.2 week 1 1/2a
months old. 850-971-7283 or 850-838-
4333.
8/12-9/4



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

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Aged inventory with good discounts
IPP se r Cteonteou rpepner%
Sunday's 12 to 5.800-477-2492 or 352-
493-2492.
8/26tfPH
Used & repo mobile homes. Prestige
Home Centers Chiefland, Open on
4S d2a49s212 to 5. 800-477-2492 or 352-
8/26tf PH
Brand new 4 Bdr 2Bth Starting at
$55,995 Prestige Home Centers,
Chiefland. Open on Sundays 12 to 5
8020 477H-2492 or 352-493-2492.

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Credit. Call for info Prestige Home
Centers Open on Sundays 12 to 5.
800-477-2492 or 352-493-2492
7/1PH
Prestige Home Centers has EZ
Financing available! Call for your free
crediti-c8h0e0ck4 2a46200pren5 -u4n9d3ay2 9122
7/1PH
NO DOWN PAYMENT for land owners
(even if you still owe money on your

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LO OK!!
Like New 1993 Coach man Royal,
35,900 Miles
CummIn DIesel Pusher
Allison 6 Speed Transmission, Sparta N Chassis,
Back-up Camera, 7.5 Diesel Generator (feeds from
main fuel tank), Automatic battery charging system
(A/C & D/C), Automatic Leveling, Towing Package
with Electric Brakes, 3 Burner Propane Gas Stove with
Oven, Microwave, Refrigerator/Freezer, Hot Water
Heater (20 gal.), Washer/Dryer, 2 TVs (front & bed'
100m), Queen size bed, Fuel (refuel) Ports on left and
right side of coach, Roof TV Antenna (crank up), 2
DuoTherrn roof-mounted Aux. A/Cs & Central Heat/Air'
Window Awnings (all around, left & right side)


SP at 300HOd0 B 0


Join a Winning Team!

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICIAN
Thule, Inc. (formerly UWS) is seeking an Industrial Electrician
to join their maintenance team, Knowledge of 480 electrical
systems, references, willingness to work overtime and be on
call 24/7, and a good job history are required. Experience in
factory maintenance, ability to read wiring schematics, and
lock out training are definite pluses! Temp to perm position.

ply in person Tuesda -Friday from 9:00am to noon.
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A Louis Phillip King size sleigh
bedroom set. 6 pc. solid wood -
dovetailed drawers. New still in boxes.
Sacrifice.$999.Candeliver.222-9879.
8/28GCN2
All Leather Sofa & love seat, List
$1999. Must sell.$799.New, in crates,
lifetime warranty. 425-8374. Delivery
avail.
8/28GCN2
Bookshelves, new still in box $99. Call
222-7783,
8/28GCN2
Brand New King Plush top Mattress
set. $279. Still in plastic & full warranty.
Can del er.545-71112.
8/28GCN2

Complete 7-pc. Sleigh bedroom set.
New in boxes. $699. Delivery available.
222-9879.
8/28GCN2


Huge multi-Family yard sale. Too much
to list. Something for everyone. 376 N.
Ellison St.right past elementary school.
across from Buckeye Nursery Rd. 8
a.m.- until ?
qi28

mily yard sale, Saturday. 304 N.
nter St. (at corner of Center and Bay
7 a.m. until. women's clothes, a
men's, children's clothes, toys,
8 laid items.
Yard sale 700 W. Julia St. Saturday and
Sunday, 8 a.m.- until ? Lots of stuff.
8/28
Multi-Smily yard sale. Clothes,
furnitu nick-nacks, modern wedding
dress (size 8), Go-Cart, home decor
and anything else you can imagine.
Saturday, 7 a.m. 12 noon. 201
Cypress Rd. Behind Pizza Hut.
8/28


WOODRIDGE APARTMENT IS
$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.TDD711.
5/13tfWP
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $545
required $45 deposit, $165 weekly or
$40 daily tax included. 317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-843-8524.
1/7tfLS

Westgate Rooms available for rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included.th$1R
kly 0 d illy 59405 eml $290
monthly Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy 850-584-5235.
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. TDDffTY 711. 315
Puckett Rd, Perry, FI, 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
5/2tfnSV

Fig at-
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
For Sale: Triple wide M.H. on 1 acre
M.O.L. 3 BD/1 BA, close to town in
paved subdivision. Approximately $499
month. Call Becky at 850-584-7094.
8/26-9/4
FOR SALE BY OWNER:
5.66 acres on Azalea Rd.-1000 sq. ft.
home, furnished, 8 x 10 metal
outbuilding wired and insulated, metal
carport, green house, 1050 gallon
septic tank, 4" well w/2 pumps, well
house. Call 672-2330 or 223-2840 for
details. Shown by appointment only.
8/21tfRE
For sale by owner: 3 bedroom/2.5 bath
on 1/2 acre. $59,000 owner financing
available. Approximately $400 a month,
(386)365-4981.
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

Newly remodeled 4 bd/2 ba with
computer room, carport, work shed,
new roof, great location down town
area. Behind Wachovia Bank. 409 W
B 0.St. $97,500. 838-6077 or 584-
5/20tfJM
Land for sale, 221 North between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker
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3 BR/2 fu I bath block home for sale.
Large building in back on over 2 acres
of land. 146 Falling St. Good location.
Please call 584-3673.
8/7-8/26
2 BD/2 BA mobile home on 1.18 acres
in quiet neighborhood' excellent
condition; ideal for starter h ae, small
family, down-sizing or it vestment
property;offFoleyCut-offRd.oncorner
of Mixon and Ross'Rds.; $59,900. Call
Beach Realty Gulf Coast, 850-578-
2039.
8/19-8/28BR


ard sale Saturday, Aug. 29, 806 E.
alge St. plus size, baby clothes, VHS
movies, comic books and much more
rom8:00a.m.-until.
8/28
Yard Sale Aug. 29, 8 noon. 4293
Puckett Rd. Furniture, children's
clothes, household items.
8/28

Large Yard Sale Friday & Saturday,
Taylor-Made Photography across from
TEL Hwy.19 S. Mattress sets, furniture,
children'sclothingetc.
8/28

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for help? Our experienced technicians
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Interstate Mobility Batteries in stock.
Sales and service for AfV's, Motor
ot a rdirt b es e2r9NScooters
8/7-9/2

3 piece couch set $50; Ashley China
cabinet (new/never used) $50; white
futon w/mattress $50; Bunk beds
w/mattresses $50. Call 371-2202
8/26-8/28
Pride Mobility Scooter with new
batteries. 1 year warranty in batteries.
$475.00 584-2979.
8/19-8/21

Perry Co tions
Need your computer repaired but afraid
you will find your favorite pictures

pDM d n he mt netbCS Peurry
repairs.
8/7tfPC

Boys bike 20" chrome with 2 spare
tires, front and rear brakes, spring
action- $50; sink and facut with 5 ft top
- $75 Childs scooter $30 4 4.5in X 10ft.
black green tubes. 2 dusk to dawn
lightbights with bulbs, $30. 413 N.
Orange St.1-727-348-6278.
8/21-8/26

$164 Queen pillow top mattress & box
set. New, manufacturer wrapped, full
warranty.222-7783.
8/28GCN2
$299 Dinette Set wl4 chairs. Solid
wood, brand new. 425-8374. Delivery
2

$549 Living room matching set: 100%
Micro fiber. Still in crate, never used.
Can deliver 545-7112
8/28GCN2


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


B-4 Perry News-Herald August 28-29, 2009


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Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush
hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling
and complete lawn service. Call 584-
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7/10-8/28

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The City of Perry and the Perry Police
Department are advertising the
public sale of the items IIsted below
through competitive bidding. The
items up for bid will be at both the
Perry Police Department at 211 South
Washington Street and the City of
Perry compound on West Drew
Street. The items may be viewed
between the hours of 8 am until 5 pm,
Monday through Friday. The auction
will be through sealed bids that will
be accepted of the Perry Police
Department by completing the
prescribed form which will also be
ava t entatWintnhees wPIP e nP
after 9:00 am on September 30th
2009. Bids will only be accepted from
8 am, Monday, September 21st, 2009
until September 30th, 2009 at 8:30am.
The Items listed are "as is" and there
are no refunds- The City of Perry does
not guarantee the items to be in
working condition. All items are


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The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission is hiring
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
Big Bend Field Office at 663 Plantation
RdinPerry.EO/AA
8/14-9/16

Do you have a degree? Are you a
qualified addictions professional?
Have you ever thought about a private
practice? If you can answer yes to
those questions, Avalon Treatment and
Consultants wants to talk to you about
an opportunity in Perry Florida.P|ease
respond by mailed resume only prior to
September 10, 2009, to Avalon
Counseling and Consultants, 1210 E.
Park Ave.Tallahassee, Florida 32301.
8/26-8/28

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

Our industry is booming and we need
people like you! If you are looking for a
career change, or fresh start, the
Financial Services sector as 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 sell!
7/24-8/28


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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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AUCTION TERMS & CONDITIONS

AUCTION LOCATION: The auction will be held on-
site at Steinhatchee Landing Resort, Beach and
he s 3 a 228 U.S. Hwy. 51
INSPECTION: All properties with the exception of
property No.201 will be available anytime during
daylighthours-atyourownrisk. PropertyNo.201 will
be available Sun., Aug. 23 from 1-3 p.m.
TERMS: Pay 20% down of the purchase price at the
hPnd3a0n NA co dof he a ctbm
ci rd prior to the auction by contacting the
CLOSING: Balance of the purchase price is due in
30 days, on or before Tuesday, September 29,
soon.

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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Attorney ONPerls 160 Representative
P.O. Drawer 579
Perry, Florlda 32348
Telephone: (850) 584-3812
Fax: (850) 584-7148
SALLY JUDAH
Personal Replesentative
P.O. Box 177
Groveland, FL 34736
8/28
NOTICE
Notlce Is hereby given pursuant lo
Sedlon 2.13of the Clly Charter of the
Clty of Perry. Florlda, that OrdInance
Nois 876, 877 and 878 was ADOPTED
by the Cily Council on August 25,
2009,
ORDINANCE NO. 876
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PERRY, FLORIDA, RELATING TO
AMENDING THE TEXT OF THE CITY OF
PERRY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, CPA
09-7, BY THE CITY COUNCIL, UNDER
THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 163.3161
THROUGH 163.3215, FLORIDA
STATUTES, AS AMENDED: PROVIDING
FOR AMENDING GOAL VIll TO
INCLUDE THE DEFINITION OF
FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY, AMENDING
OBJECTIVE Vill TO ADD FINANCIALLY
FEASIBLE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
BUDGET AND SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENT, ADDING POLICY
VIll.I.4 CONCERNING THE ANNUAL
CAPACITY ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING
FACILITIES TO ADDRESS ANY EXiSTING
OR PROJECTED DEFICIENCIES IN
ADOPTED LEVEL OF SERVICE
STANDARDS, AMENDING OBJECTION
VIll.4 TO ADD MAINTAINING AN
ANNUAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
BUDGETING PROCESS, AMENDING
POLICY VIll.4.1 TO ADD FINANCIALLY
FEASIBLE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
BUDGET, AND AMENDING THE FIVE-
YEAR SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS; PROVIDING
SOE RNAA IN EC FILNGT; AD
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 877
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PERRY, FLORIDA, RELATING TO AN
AMENDMENT OF LESS THAN TEN
ACRES OF LAND TO THE FUTURE LAND
USE PLAN MAP OF THE CITY OF PERRY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, PURSUANT TO
AN APPLICATION. LUPMA O9-5, BY THE
PROPERTY OWNER OF SAID
ACREAGE, UNDER THE AMENDMENT
PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN
SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH
A N2 ,D: FLOR VADI STGATUTESp AS
CHANGE IN LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION FROM RESIDENTIAL
WTWTS( LN lTES R
ACRE) TO COMMERCIAL OF CERTAIN
LANDS WiTHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS
OF THE CITY OF PERRY, FLORIDA; AS
AMENDED: PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 878
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PERRY, FLORIDA, RELATING TO THE
REZONING OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION Z O9-6,
C GO DI RO FISAO
ZONING ATLAS OF THE CITY OF PERRY
LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS:
PROVIDING FOR REZONING FROM
COMMERCIAL NEIGHBORHOOD (CN)
TO COMMERCIAL INTENSIVE (Ci) OF
CERTAIN.. .-110... nHIN TEpig
CORPORATE I.If 111. .'F THE ITY OF
PERRY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING


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State of New York, you must respond
within 30 days after the service is
completed, as provided by law,
TAKE NOTICE THAT.
a, The nature of this actIon is to
procure a Judgment divorcing the
partIes and dissolving the marriage
between the parties, pursuant to
D.R.L. 170 (1);
b. The relief sought is a Judgment of
absolute divorce in favor of the
PlaintIff dissolving forever the bonds
of matrimony between the parties.
The nature of ancillary relief
demanded is:
1. The parties are self-supporting and
self-sufficlent and do not need nor
are entitled to maintenance:
ii. There are no children of the parties,
iii. There is no marital property subject
to equItable distribution;
iv. The parties have already obtained
possession of thell own separate
property;
v. Together with such other and
further relief the Court may find just
and proper.
If you fail to respond Judgment will
be taken against you, by default, for
the relief demanded in this Notice.
Thls action is brought in the County of
Warren because of the plaintiffs
resIdence.
Dated: October 8, 2008
at Glens Falls, New York
MATTE & NENNINGER, P.C.
Jeffrey C. Matte, Esq., of Counsel
Attorneys for Plaintiff
444 Glen Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
(518) 793-3843
8/19, 21, 26, 28


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stu c nanynond a Unsehow ne
bidder will have 10 days to remove
the item from the property. No person
will be permitted to attempt to repair
any item on city property.
1976 Abstream Travel Troller 31 foot -
viN 13176J1137
1982 Chevrolet 4-door brown car -
VIN 2G1AL69K6C1262948
1987 Chevrolet 4-dool silver car VIN
1YISK6146HZO65106
1983 Daisun 2-door white cal- VIN
JNIMN24S6DM143904
1988 Cheviolel 4-door white car -
VIN 1GI L T511XJE513777
---fhe above vehicle were running
when they were parked however
they have not been started or
maintained since---
1990 Subaru 4-door red car VIN JF1
BC6322LK606625
1994 Ford Crown Vlctoria VIN
2FALP71W9RX159303 Blown Engine
1989 Chevrolet pickup VIN
IGCDKl4K3KZI35999- ran when
parked
1979 Ford F-7000 Utility truck VIN
K708VEC9541 ran when parked
1989 Ford L8000 Garbage Truck VIN
1 FDZW82A7KVA17972 blown
engine
1998 Ford Crown Victoria VIN
2FAFP71W7WX123442-ran when
parked
2003 Ford Crown Victoria VIN
2FAFP71W83X189459 ran when
parked
2000 Ford Crown Victoria VIN
2FAFP71WXYX162478 -ran when
parked
2003 Ford Crown VIctoria VIN
2FAFP71W93X101552 blown engine
1989 GMC 1500 SL Sierra VIN 1
GTDC14Z7KZ551029-blownengine
1989 GMc 1500 st sierra VIN
1GTDC14Z3KZ533708 blown engine
1991 Chevrolet Cheyenne VIN -
lecocl4z9Mz173346 Ran when
parked
1997 Ford Ranger XL VIN 1 FTCR1
otinc>uevuB3t9yfod own engine
orange 6 drawer metal tool case on
casters
Hobatt6500wattPowerweld
welding machine WI AC/DC
generator-inoperable
Milwaukee 120/240 volt generator I
rnodel 4650 3000 watts
Curtis 200 psi, 120 gallon air
compressor
Ford Flail Mower PTO driven model
917H
Bush Hog FTH480 finish mower, PTO
driven
All of theAorte r recpMotwersted is for
parts only and either do not operate
or do not operate correctly
8/28, 9/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
case No. 09-521-CP
In Re: The Estate of:
JULIEN W. NOBLES, o/k/a
JULIAN W. NOBLES, '
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
-is::so:cOeB E 0 seU AN
death was June 8. 2009: File Number
2009-521-CP is pending in the Circuit
Court for Taylor County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is Post Office Box 620. Perry,
Florida 323JS. The names and
addresses of the persoricil
representative and the personal
representatives attorney are set forth
below
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedentis estate,
on whom a copy of this notice has
been served, must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedents estate
must flie their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIs
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
TEWI ANB E Y I iL
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED,
The date of first publication of this
notice is: AUGUST 28, 2009.
SMITH & SMITH
ATTORNEYSATLAWP.A.
MICHAEL S. SMITH


* 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 -


The Area

ea na r reasp rom h r
Beach is located close to the Gulf you can
srnel the staltwa ope e u in o
lots. AV 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
en MarkSajo a udg st d9, t altO 0
stmnhA c eT in tfr n jlt 9a os j
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 114+
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 wildlife. One tract has RV
hookups ready to use. This is truly 911m.g
ggyg[gg[n.ROL.Q.F2pqrly.. At Steinhatchee. you

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SOEVE \J IN C F1GT: A D
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Robert A. Brown Jr.,
CIty Manager
Emily Weed KetrIng
Mayor
8/28
Notice Is hereby given to Kathl J.
Wagner unless payment is made on
1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee VIN:
1J4FX58S5SC621769 for towing &
storage charges on 8/6/2009.
Vehicle wlll be auctIoned on the 14th
day of September, 2009 @ 10 am at
Thomas Chevrolet 2128 3. Byron Butler
Pkwy, Perry, FL (850) 584-6221 per FS.
713.585
8/28
SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF
NEW YORK COUNTY OF SARASOTA
ELAINE J. KINCAID
702 Swaggertown Road
Scotia, New York 12302
Plaintiff
against
CLAIR L. CLARK
Perry, Florida
Defendant
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 Plolntiff by
either serving a written Demand for a
Complaint or a written Notice of
Appearance on the Plaintiffs
attorney, at the address below.
If this Summons and NotIce is served
upon you within the State of New
York by personal serylce you must
respond within 20 days after servIce,
notcountingthedayof service.If this


















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