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Fal Festival is this

Get your Saturday morning
started with a pancake breakfast
and shopping for fall.
First United Methodist Church
will host its annual Fall Festival
Saturday from 7 a.m. to noon,
Pancakes will be served from 7-9
a.m.


returns to Forest
Capital Hall
The 54th annual Florida
Forest Festival Junior Miss
t t te Cha idalSaturday,
The program begins at 6 p.m.
Titikets are $5 at the door,
foSometi3esemors willrc=:
Junior Miss: Arielle Meghan
Murray, Magan Suzanne
Bowden, Elisa Shaye Webb,
Emily Alyson Newman, Maisle
Aileen Wilson, Sarah Elizabeth
Vaughn, Charley Elizabeth
Campbell, Lauren Alyssa Clover,
Jordan Laraine Williams, Marissa
Diane Snodgrass, Jessica Anne
Strickland, Dallas Justina Self
and Natalie Faye Ricketson.

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The District School Board of
Taylor County will hold legal
meeting and a workshop prior to
its regular meeting Tuesday, Oct.
6.
The legal meeting, which is
closed to the public, will begin at
5:30 p.m. It will be followed by
a workshop session on
"differentiated accountability" at
6 p.m. and the regular meeting,
both of which are open to the

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The Suwannee River
Water Management District's
Governing Board will meet
Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 9 a.m. at the
Bradford County Commission
meeting room, located in the
Bradford County Courthouse,
945 North Temple Ave., in
Stake.

Haby Phota Contest
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The Florida Forest Festival
Baby Photo Contest is now
accepting entries through Friday,
Oct. 9.
Entries should be turned in to
Photos & Frames, located at 102
E. Main St. The winners will be
announced at the Little King and
Queen Program on Saturday'
Oct.10.


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14,000,000 steps and counting!
With more than 14 million steps walked during the inaugural Taylor County
Walks event, the Big Top Manufacturing team, consisting of seven members, had
the best average step count with 135,000 steps per ifiember. For winning, they
were able to donate $250 to the charity of theirphoice:the Taylor County Special
Olympics. Karen Tidwell of Taylor Medical Center presented the check Thursday
afternoon to Team Captain Nikki Viola, who then presented it to Linda Pinson with
' Special Olympics. Shown above are: front row (from I to r), Lynn Bennett,
diT well; Viola and Pinson; back row Greg Lyrin, Lisa Arrowobd, Alisha Simpson,


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s eps. Most improved was
Lessie Dunnell with a 119
percent improvement between
her 30-minute step counts
from the event s first and last
days.
In addition to steps, 18
participants turned in their final
weight loss npmbegs, with a
total of 72 pourids lost over the
six weeks.
"We are thrilled with it,"
Tidwell said. "We did what we
set out to do and that was to
make people aware."


for the event'came from Dixie
County, which held a similar
event last year, dtiring which
150 participants walked almost
seven million steps.
Taylor County surpassed
both those numbers, with the
walkers taking 14,158,497
steps, according, to
Tidwell. That works out to an
average of 55,700 steps per
walker.
The sheer number of steps
made the final calculations
difficult and delayed the


began. The walkers did not let a
brief rain shower deter them as
they completed their final
laps.
Of the 305 people who
signed up, 254 finished the
program, according to Karen
Tidwell with Taylor Medical
Center, which spearheaded the
event.
"We are all thrilled," Tidwell
said. "We're already getting e-
mails asking us to do this again
next year."
Tidwell said the inspiration


announcement of the winning
individuals and teams.
When the i0ambers were
finally crunched, however, the
Big Top Manufacturing team,
consisting of seven members,
won with an average step count
of 135,000. For winning, they
were able to donate 5250 to the
charity of their choice: the
Taylor County Special
Olympics.
lbicking up the individual
award for the most steps was
Matt Wallace with 426.075


Over the course of six weeks,
around 250 walkers took part in
the inaugural Taylor County
Walks event, taking more than
14 million steps in the process.
Using an average stride of a
little more than two and a half
feet, that works out to around
7,200 miles walked. That's
about .the distance from Perry
to Tokyo, Japan.
Taylor County Walks closed
Thursday, Sept. 24, at the
Taylor County Sports
Complex, the same place it


After a hot and humid
weekend, Taylor Counts got 18
first taste of true fall, weather
this week. *
Only days after temperatures
were resting in the 90s,
daytime highs have s rcely
made it out of the 70s since
Tuesday, and nighttime law s
have fallen into the 50s and


40s.
According to the National
Weather Service (NWS) station
at Perry-Foley Airport,
Tuesday's high was 81 and
Wednesday's was 79. The low
was 70 Tuesday morning, but
fell to 49 on Wednesday and 50
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and to vote on the ordinance.
The annual tradition of
mailing back your homestead
exemption cards woAld be a
thing of 'the past if the
commission votes to approve
the ordinance, which was
requested by Taylor County
Property Appraiser Bruce
Ratliff.
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The Taylor County
Commission will consider an
ordinance Monday which
would do away with the
required annual applications
for homestead property tax
exemptions and agricultural
classifications.
Commissioners will hold a
public hearing during their
regular board meeting at 6:15
p.m. to solicit public comments


filHiOr royalty in the spotlight
They have been practicing for months and next week, all that hard work will pay
off when one of these little princes and princesses will be crowned the 2009
Florida Forest Festival Little King and Little Queen. The annual ceremony, which
tips its hat to the theme "Footloose," will be held Saturday, Oct. 10, starting at 7
p.m., in the Taylor County High School gymnatorium. Tickets go on sale Monday at
the Chamber of Commerce. Admission is $5 per person. Sharing co-chair honors
for the event are Amy Bowden and Tabitha Murphy, assisted by Sherra Anderson
and Marie Lytle.


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cr ime down 10%

Overall crime within the City of Perry is down by nearly 10
percent for the first six months of 2009 and the police
department has a case clearance rate of 52.8%--more than twice
the state average of 25.6%.
A report released by the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLE ) shows a 9.9% reduction in reportable
offenses, with the largest drop seen in cases of violent crimes
and thefts.
The report also reflected a clearance rate that was more than
double the rate reported from the same time period in 2008.
"Last year, from January to June, the department's clearance
rate was 27.7%. By year's end, that rate had climbed to 35.6
percent," Perry Police Department (PPD) Capt. Jamie Cruse
said.
Please see page 3


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A 60-year-old Perry man was seriously injured after being
stabbed once in the chest by his girlfriend during an argument
Tuesday night on South Woodard Street.
The girlfriend, Cheryl L. Sirmans, 35, has been arrested and
charged with aggravated battery.
The man was taken to Doctors' Memorial Hospital and then
transferred to Tallahassee Memorial for treatment.
The altercation occurred around 9:10 p.m. in front of a residence
onWoodardStreet;thevictimtoldpolicethatheandhisgirlfnend
had gotten into an argument and that she threatened him with a
1mife.
He stated that he picked up a stick to defend himself and swung
at the victim as she approached him with the knife.
The man said he was unsure if he actually hit the woman with l


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OCTOBER 2
1874: Green Cove Springs, first settled by loggers
in the 1820s, was incorporated.
1885: Florida's first female representative in
Congress, Ruth Bryan Owen, daughter of three-
time unsuccessful Democratic candidate for
President, William Jennings Bryan, was born in
Illinois. Mrs. Owen served from 1929 until 1933.
1900: Florida's first law school campus, the John
B. Stetson University College of Law, opened in
Deland.
OCTOBER 3
1802: John Gorrie, the acknowledged inventor of
air conditioning, was born. Gorrie, a physician, was
born in Charleston, S.C. The idea for artificially
cooling air in limited spaces was recognized by the
U.S. Patent office when it granted him Patent
Number 8080 on May 6, 1851.
A statue of John Gorrie was placed in the Capitol
rotunda in Washington, D.C., in 1914. Gorrie is
one of two Floridians thus honored.
1853: Thomas Brown, the second governor of
Florida, left office and was succeeded by James
Emilius Broome.
1887: The State Normal School for Colored
Students. now Florida A&M University, began
classes with 15 students in attendance.
1904: The school for African-American students,
destined to become Bethune-Cookman College,
opened in Daytona Beach under the direction of
Mary McLeod Bethune.
OCTOBER 4
1905: Orville Wright performed the first
30-minute flight in an airplane.
1950: Governor Fuller Warren dedicated the
Stephen Foster Memorial at White Springs in
formal ceremonies.
OCTOBER 5
1857: Madison Starke Perry, fourth governor of
Florida (October 1857-Oct. 7, 1861), took the oath
of office in Tallahassee. Perry, elected as a
Democrat, had represented Alachua County in the
1850 Florida Senate. Perry's administration was a
busy one that saw the settlement of the boundary
dispute with Georgia, the expansion of railroads in
the state and the re-establishment of the Florida
militia. Perry was governor when Florida seceded
from the Union on Jan. 11, 1861.
Perry was succeeded in the governor's chair by
a JohnoMaltoma Pollowing his tenureas govenner,
Perry served as the 'colonel of the 7th Florida
Regiment until illness forced his retirement. He
died at his Alachua County plantation in March
1865.
OCTOBER 6
1891: The 26th governor of Florida, David
Scholtz, was born in Brooklyn, New York. Scholtz
received his bachelor's degree from Yale in 1914
and a law degree from Stetson University in 1915.
In World War I, he served in the U.S. Navy. In 1917,
Scholtz was elected to the Florida House of
Representatives. From 1919-1921, he was the
state's attorney for Volusia County and then served
as a city judge. Elected as governor in 1933,
Scholtz was a strong supporter of President
Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal. He also
presided over the creation of the Everglades
National Park,
OCTOBER 7
1763: On this date, British Florida was divided
into East Florida and West Florida by Royal
Proclamation. The dividing line was the
Chattahoochee-Apalachicola River.
1861: Madison Starke Perry turned the reins of
state government over to Governor John Milton,
the fifth governor of Florida (Oct. 7, 1861-April 1,
1865). Milton, who was born on April 20, 1807, in
Jefferson County, Ga., was a lawyer who practiced
A Georgia, Alabama and New Orleans before
coming to Florida as the captain of a volunteer
company in the Seminole War. In 1846, he moved
to Jackson County. In politics, Milton was an
powerful Democrat and an ardent states' righter. In
1850, Milton was elected to the Florida House of
Representatives.
An early secessionist, Milton was instrumental in
leading Florida out of the Union (third southern
state to do so) and he encouraged Governor Perry
to seize Federal military establishments in the
state.
During the Civil War, Milton cooperated with
Confederate authorities, unlike some other
southern governors. He worked with Commissary
Agent Pleasant W. White to forward Florida cattle
and salt to Confederate armies.
When the Confederacy collapsed, Milton retired
to his home near Marianna, and, on April 1, 1865,
he put a gun to his head and pulled the trigger. In
his last statement to the Florida Legislature, he
stated that "...death would be preferable to
reunion."
OCTOBER 8
1862: Confederate forces under General Braxton
E. Bragg engaged a Union army under the
ed Idin DHo111ns).CD s it Bu 1 out
neither arm commander was aware of the
importance of this battle and never committed all of
their resources to the fight, the Battle of Perryville
ended the Confederate invasion of Kentucky.
Union forces were 37,000 strong, while the
Confederate army had a strength of only 16,000.
Union casualties were 845 killed; 2,851 wounded;
and 515 missing. Confederate casualties were 519
killed; 2,635 wounded; and 251 missing.
Florida units involved in the Battle of Perryville
were the Florida 3rd Infantry Regiment and the
Florida 1st Cavalry Regiment.


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2008 Florida Forest Festival Jr. Miss Shabrala Dunwoody


1956 Florida Forest Festival Queen Carol Smith


1998
Lydia Veal
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Lori Jones
2000
Kaci Blue
2001
Ashley Wigglesworth
2002
Leah Brooks
2003
Sarah Milam
2004
Jessica Manning
2005
Allison pss >. e
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Jennifer Tedder
2007
Lauren Hardin
2008
Shabrala Dunwoody


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1956 1970
Carol Smith Martha Lott
1957 1971
Elizabeth Blume Georgia Puckett
1958 1972
Judy Warren Kay Griner
1959 1973
eMartha Carter Sheryl Moore
1960 1974
Wanda Morgan Susan Spradley
1961 1975
Hazel Redd Pam Ferrell
1962 1976
Mildred Hendry Carol Fife
1963 1977
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Marie McMillan Kathleen
1965 Woodward
Ann Williamson 1979
1966 Jogie Brown
Mary K. 1980
Brillhart Diane Hagan
1967 1981
Mary Clark Thalia Karakitsios
1968 1982
Ann Massey Connie Wentworth
1969 1983
Reba McDaniel Aimee Eckel


1984
Kathy Archer
1985
Denise Lewis
1986
Beth Davis
1987
Cindy Chasteen
1988
Mina Krishnamurthy
1989
Allison Kinsey
1990
Jennifer
McGlocklin
1991
Lori 'Cainnon
1992
Shelly Ferguson
1993
Angie Bradshaw
1994
Christy Massey
1995
Called Whitfield
1996
Emily Murphy
1997
Nimi Patel


D sett Stadium. nsi n we
of whites and blacks, and
verbal threats, but within 24
hours, all schools reported that
it was business as usual again.

ELECTION NEWS
In the run-off election'
W.D.Wilson Jr. defeated
William H. King to retain his
seat on the county commission,
while Drexel Agner was
defeated by Samuel H. Osteen.

WHO'S GETTING
MARRIED?
Cheryl Robertson and Earl
IVeiss announced their
engagement and forthcoming
marriage, with a wedding date
set, for.St: James Episcopal
Church on Nov. 23 at 2 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. J.N. Sands
announced the engagement of
their daughter, Vickie Darlene,
to Larry Dean Sapp. An Oct.
12 wedding was planned.
Wedding bells rang on Aug.
3 for Miss Randi Redmon and
Richard S. Heinz who married
at St. James Episcopal Church.

NEW ARRIVALS
Mark Denton Wiggins was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Don
Wiggins on Sept. 20. He
weighed 7 pounds, 7.5 ounces.
Emothy Tyrone Brown was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Wilhe
Brown, also on Sept. 20. He
weighed 9 pounds, 2.75
ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Strickland announced the birth
of their daughter, Roberta Lyn'
on Setp. 21.
Carla Elizabeth Chambers
was born to Mr. and Mrs.
.
Carl Chambers at Doctors
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OCTOBER IS PRETTY
PREDICTABLE IN PERRY
The front page of this
edition, some 35 years ago,
looked much like you would
find in October of2009. There,
pictured at Keaton Beach, were
the contestants for the Florida
Forest Festival Queen pageant
which would be held Oct. 5.
For the current year, the title is
'Jr. Miss" and the pageant is
Saturday, beginning at 6 p.m.
Miss Ellen Meade, Miss
Florida of 1973, was also
pictured in this edition, arid
welcomed as mistress of
ceremonies of the pageant.
Another photograph
spotlighted Miss Susan
Spradley, Georgia Pecan Queen
who was the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W.J. Spradley of
Greenville. She, too, would be
among the v.i.p.'s at Saturday's
pageant.
Jim Southerland, the
newspaper announced, had
accepted the chairmanship of
the festival, replacing Jerry
Bowersox'

RACIAL VIOLENCE
CLOSES SCHOOL
Taylor County Supt. of
Schools Cecil Carlton was
pictured addressing a meeting
of faculty, law enforcement
officers and parents after racial
violence prompted the closing
of the schools. Apparently the
closing was prompted by
several fights which took place
at the high school early one
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Chasing Phantoms
Perry native Christian M. Archer (right) was the
guest speaker at the Friends of the Taylor County
Public Library meeting held Monday. Archer is
author of the thriller novel "Chasing Phantoms"
about a homeless man who witnesses a murder and
works to bring the killers to justice. A graduate of
Taylor County High School, he has been writing since
he was 16, winning a PRIDE award in writing for his
school during his junior year. For more information
about "Chasing Phantoms" and Archer, visit online
at www.christianmarcher.com.

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CLEARANCE RATE
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He said the improved
clearance rate for 2009 was
due to the "strong
investigative efforts by all
of our officers. They
are completing follow-up
investigations and long-term
investigations. We also have
reliable sources in the
community who are assisting
our officers in obtaining the
needed information to close
these cases,
"The cooperation with
other state, local and
federal agencies has also
been key in completing
these investigations," Cruse
noted
During the first six months
of 2009, the police


FALL AdRRIVES
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on Thursday.


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Taylor Jefferson only two
counties in the state not
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to have automatic renewals

HOMESTEAD -property owners would still
receive their cards if the
Continued from page 1
ordinance is passed,.but they
.Flonidaug statuteam allow suresidoist beneqttinddo return
coidittiEiods" to Yvalve the therd 'unless 'there a chang tb
requirement for an annual the property or the person
application for tax exemptions was no longer homesteaded
(once the initial application has there.
been made and approved) upon "The responsibility is on the
the request of the local property land owner to notify us if there
appraiser. The ordinance would had been a change," Ratliff
also apply to annual said.
applications for agricultural Taylor and Jefferson counties
classifications. are the only two counties in the
Ratliff estimated more than state which have not adopted
70 percent of the county is in automatic renewals, he added.
agriculture. The Jefferson County property
Currently, property owners appraiser has made a similar
must. return the cards to the request there to adopt the
property appraiser's office or automatic renewals.
lose their exemption or The hearing will be held at
classification, the Courthouse Annex, located
According to Ratliff, on Green Street.

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river and springs in the
Ichetucknee Springshed.
The RiskMAP Program--
the project involves updatmg
digital flood maps and
establishing flood elevations.
SRWMD believes this will
provide the public better access
and data to view properties
located ma flood zone.
Land acquisition and
nianagement--the program
allows the district to purchase
property for the purpose of
flood control, water quality
protection and natural resource
conservation. Lands are also
open to the public for
recreational use, officials said.
Hydrologic, groundwater
and surface water monitoring--
the network allows the district
to monitor water levels and
quality and to track rainfall and
flooding conditions. The
figures are available to the
public through the district's
Web site.
Water Supply Assessment--
the initiative will allow the
district to assess water
availability in order to develop
a water supply plan for the
Upper Santa Fe River Basin.
For more information about
the above programs, visit
www.mysuwanneeriver.com.


The Suwannee River second public hearing last
Water Management District week.
(SRWMD) adopted its final The fiscal year 2009-10
budget and work plan at its budget, set at $56 million,

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reflects a 20 percent decrease
over last year's budget.
The ad valorem village rate,
which remained the same at
0.4399 mills, is six percent less
than the rollback rate of 0.4654
(the rate needed to bring in the
same amount of revenue as last
year).
SWRMD says this marks the
20th consecutive year the
district has not raised its tax
rate.
Under a 0.4399 rate--43.99
cents for every $1,000 of
assessed property value--the
owner of a home assessed at
$100,000, claiming $50,000
homestead exemption, would
pay $22 in property taxes to the
district.
Property taxes paid to the
district fund numerous services
to the public, according to
SRWMD. This year's budget
and work plan includes the
following:
The Suwannee River
Partnership the program
provides cost-share funding to
local farmers for implementing
best management practices to
help protect water resources.
The Ichetucknee
Partnership (TIP) the
partnership works with farmers
and land owners to protect the


department has handled one
murder investigation, seven
cases of forcible rape, 75
cases of aggravated assault,
43 burglaries, 85 cases of
larceny and six motor vehicle
thefts.
Two arrests were made in
the one murder case (which
was the Memorial Day
shooting death of Henry
Hughes Jr., 19).
The police department also
made two arrests in forcible
sex cases, 27 arrests for
aggravated assaults, 11
arrests for burglary, 40
arrests for larceny, two
arrests for kidnap/abduction,
22 arrests for simple
assault, 35 drug arrests, 21
arrests for fraud, one arrest
for forgery and five arrests
for.ixitimidation.


Chances for rain are also on
the rise for the weekend, with a
50 percent chance on Saturday
and 40 percent on Sunday.
Next week is expected to see
the weather clear, with only a
20 percent chance of rain on
Monday. The rain gauge at the
Division of Forestry station in
Perry reported slightly more
than six inches of rain for
September, about an inch
higher than it has averaged for
the month since 2001.


were arguing when the man
picked up a stick; she stated
that she told him that if he hit
her with the stick, she would
stab him. Sirmans said that the
man swung the stick at her and
she retaliated by stabbing him.
Perry Police Department
(PPD) Ptl. Ricky Dice noted in
his report that Sirmans did not
have any physical signs of
injury where she stated that the
victim hit her.


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The Pumpkin Patch is coming to First United
Methodist Church of Perry. Pastor James Taylor says
the church is anticipating "lots of nice pumpkins in
need of good homes!" The grand opening will be
Saturday, Oct.10, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and from
5-8 p.m. The church is centrally located downtown,
at 302 North Jefferson Street. Pumpkin sales will
continue through Oct. 30 or "until all our pumpkins
have found good homes," Taylor said. For more
information, please call the church at 584-3028

Fall FOStival comes f irst,
.
then the pumpkms land
Before the pumpkins land at First United Methodist Church, the
Fall Festival takes the stage! It will be held Saturday beginning at
7 a.m. with a pancake breakfast.
Crafts and specialty food items will be available for sale until 12
noon. Your patronage is encouraged.
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You have brought much
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watched you grow into a
beautiful young lady.
We love you more than
you can ever know and
we are very proud
of you!
Have fun at the
"Beach Blast"!!
Love
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MeeMaw, Aunt Cheryl
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Jr. Green

Thumbs

at work
Three intrepid 4-H Junior
Master Gardeners" recently
participated in planting the
Junior Master Gardener beds at
the local Community Garden;.
The youngest greens thumbs
are Abby Ratliff, Brailyn
Wilkes, and Casi Mills
(pictured at left).
In the first bed the 4-H'ers
planted cabbage, broccoli and
Swiss chard. Carrot seeds were
also sown. In the second raised
b dh fd ateded .pinaocoh,
onions will be added as well as
Superbell flowers at the front
corners to drape over the sides.
All youth ages 8 and up are
invited to join this club. The
next meeting is Tuesday, Oct.
6, at the County Extension
Office at 3:30 pm. There is no
cost to join this or any 4-H
club. For more information,
contact the office at 838-3508
or visit http//taylor.ifas.ufl.edu.

Want to plant?'
Tish Whitfill, one of Taylor
County's Master Gardeners,
recently announced that
applications for bed plots at
the Perry Community Garden
will be received by the
organization for the
"reasonable fee of only $15 per
,,
growing season. The
showcase for the new garden is
Saturday, Oct. 17, from 9 a.m.
until 12 noon at the Taylor
Senior Citizens Center.


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sea bass while fishing in 3-8 feet
of water with Gulp, live pinfish
and Assassin plastics under
Cajuns'
Bob and Betty Loverich of
Jacksonville caught 13 trout with
TGIF and released two trout
over 6 pounds! They also had a
27-inch and a 25-inch redfish, all
while fishing live pinfish under
Cajun Thunders,
Allen Atelle and his wife of
Leesburg, Ga., had 7 trout with
one 22 inches long and a 20-inch
redfish bouncing Gulp in 7-8 feet
ofwater.


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Live Oak team to play a multiple
set on defense that's based out
of a 4-3 and a 3-3 stack.
Suwannee is a very goo
football team. They are well
coached and they do what they
do very well," he said. "They
have a 3-1 record because they
play hard, execute and do not
beat themselves."
In last week's contest against
Santa Fe (0-4), Suwannee
led most of the game before
Santa Fe scored with about
two minutes remaining but lost
when they failed to make a two-
point conversion.
Bulldog quarterback Ty
Crowley, who was injured in
last week's game, is expected
to return tonight. Defensive
nose guard Jabahri Bishop,
who injured a wrist, is listed as
probable.


The Taylor County High
football team looks to make it
two wins in a row tonight when
Suwannee comes to town to
renew an old rivalry.
The Taylor Bulldogs, 2-2 (1-
0) on the season, are riding high
after a defensive 6-0 shutout last
week of district foe Bradford
Count 7-
The Suwannee Bulldogs
come into the game with a 3-1
record that includes wins over
Hamilton County (28-7), Fort
White (27-13) and, last week,
Santa Fe (21-19). Suwannee's
lone loss was a 34-3 decision to
Madison
They are primarily an option
team on offense that mixes in
some misdirection and vertical
passing game," first-year TCHS
Coach Shane Boggs said.
Boggs said to look for the


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Trout fishing has been great
according to the reports I've
been gethng. bet is to fish with

give pinfish, Assassin sea shads
and Berkley Gulp rigged under
Cajuns from 3-8 feet of water for
trout and reds.
Last Saturday, Ricky Baker
of Tifton, Ga., had four keeper
trout from 5.5 feet of water while
fishing with Gulp shrimp under
a Ca]un.
Chad Carden and his daughter
Ashley and her friend Chason
Worsham -- all of Camilla, Ga.,
-- had 7 trout from 3-4 feet of
water while fishing with Gulp
shrimp in Pearl and Nuclear
Chicken
& Dion and Julie Knight of


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of 104 kids in the King of Swat
home run derby.
The traveling baseball team is
made up of kids from Wakulla,
Leon, Taylor and Liberty
counties.


and walking 5.
Bishop hit .583 in the
tournament recording seven hits
in 12 at bats. He also pitched
four innings of middle relief,
striking out 4 while walking 4.


Both youngsters participated
in the skills competition prior to
the start of the tourney. Bishop
competed in the road runner
competition (base running)
while Newberry placed 10th out


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Two Taylor County 12-year-
lds and their North Florida
andnats baseball team recently
competed for a national title at
he Cooperstown Dreams Park
n New York.
Jonah Newberry and Austin
ishop help lead their team
o a 10th place finish out of
03 teams from all over the
country.
Newberry batted .600 in the
journey, collecting 18 hits in 30
ips to the plate. His average
included four home runs and
wo doubles.
He also had a 3-0 record
rom the mound, pitching 11
innings while striking out 19

Oct.9-11
er chtld between the agAposilx
12 years old. Children under
x are free. The registration
e includes dinner Friday
nd Saturday and eligibility to
in the "Big Kahuna" award.
he registration fee for the
ornament is $20 per person.
Sunday, Oct. 11, is an open
ay for anglers, families and
iends to relax and enjoy the
ay fishing.
For more information
nd to register, visit www.
igbendsportsman.com or
contact Bob Foster at (386) 972-
952 or bbf277@aol.com.


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Fishing
.Jknglers will be cast
the biggest fish--and mo
$2,000 in prizes--during
Bend Sportsman's Fall B
Charity Fishing Tour
Oct. 9-11, off Florida
Coast.
The tournament runs
and Saturday, Oct.
beginning each day at
at The Sunset Place, 11
irst St., in Steinh
Anglers must register e
before 6 a.m.
Competition will be
heaviest inshore fish
Redfish, Spanish Ma
heaviest offshore fish (G
Cobia, King Ma
heaviest inshore "wild
fish (Sailcat, Jack, Po
Bluefish, Flounder, San
Whiting); and heaviest o
"wild card" fish (Am
Snapper, Black S
Grunt, Sheephead, Trig
Hogfish).
All "wild card" ga
;must meet state and
rules for size and numbe


Jonah Newberry connects with a pitch during action in Cooperstown.


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Weed eater
Bird cage
Tree stared
Vacuum cleaner
Grill
Baby Tub


Stroller
Bouncer
Nursing UniformS
Scoop cell phone
Kids video gameS
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Little Tikes digital camera
Leap Frog activity table


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Prom dress
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Girls & boys toddler clothes
Mens & women clothes
Baby swing
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Car Set


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held from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. T
Friday Friday and Saturday. to
9-10, Participants and others at
6 a.m. the Fall Bash also will have an d
5 S.W. opportunity to win merchandise fr
atchee. and gift cards. In addition, d
ach day there will be prizes for anglers
who simply want to come a
for the and fish without entering the b
(Trout, tournament, including Big c
ckerel); Kahuna.awards for the heaviest 3
trouper, inshore and offshore fish in
ckerel); various divisions.
card" Proceeds from the tournament
mpano, will benefit the Coastal
d Trout, Conservation Association
offshore Florida pnd several youth-
berjack, oriented fishing causes.
eabass, Families and friends are
gerfish, welcome at the Fall Bash,
which includes entertainment
me fish food and fun.
federal The registration fee for the
r. Bash is $20 per adult and $10


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Oct.n809c at111 ahm. as wel nfe c ill be held at 11 a.m. with
dinner following the worship service. Gospel music and preaching
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BTOtherhood, WMU gather
The Brotherhood/WMU Rally for the Taylor Baptist Association
will be held Monday, Oct. 5, at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church.
Supper will be served at 6:30 p.m. and feature swamp cabbage
and mullet.
The meeting will follow at 7 p.m. with the Rev. Chuck Dugan,
pastor of New Home Baptist Church, bringing the inspirational
message.
52nd session convenes Oct. 17
The 52nd annual session of the Taylor Baptist Association will
convene on Monday, Oct. 19, at First Baptist Church with supper
at 5:30 p.m. The session gets underway at 6:30 p.m.
Dr. Walter Davis, pastor of First Baptist Church, will be the
featured speaker. Everyone is cordially invited to attend.
68th Homecoming at New Home
New Home Baptist Church will observe its 68th Homecoming
on Sunday, Oct. 4, featuring Ed Gardiner as speaker for the 11 a.m.
service, and Steve Skidmore as musician.
Following the service, a Homecoming meal will be shared.
Pastor Charles "Chuck" Dugan invites the conununity to attend.
Revival services begin Thesday
New Jerusalem Primitive Baptist Church will hold revival
services through Friday, Oct. 2, at 7 nightly-
The revival speaker will be Bishop David Grant, a former
fs r n inow H rn hu wh mDh issSthee sh p
a cordial invitation to all.
Homecoming at Lake Bird
The congregation of Lake Bird United Methodist Church invites
everyone to attend Homecoming services on Sunday, Oct. 4, at 11
a.m.
The Rev. James Taylor, pastor of First United Methodist Church
in Perry, will bring the morning message.
Dinner on the grounds will follow.
The church is located off of U.S. 221 North, on Lake Bird
Church Road.
River Jordan sings here Sunday
Faith Baptist Church, located on Highway 19 North, will present
the singing group, River Jordan from Homosassa Springs, on
Sunday, Oct. 4, at 10 a.m.
Afterwards, a fellowship lunch will be served. "All are invited
for some good Christian music, fellowship and food."
Animals blessed Sunday at St. James
On Sunday, Oct. 4, at 3 p.m. St. James Episcopal Church will
celebrate the life of St. Francis of Assisi with a Blessing of the
Animals. Everyone is invited to bring their animals to church to be
.blessed All animals are w.49 m:p.,se..
St. ranc is, founder of The Franessean Monastle Or Jer, look "
vow of poverty early in this life and was known for giving to the
poor and caring for all God's creatures, great and small. St. Francis
Day has thus become the traditional day for the Blessing of the
Animals
The celebration will take place on the church lawn at 1100 W.
Green St. Light refreshments will also be served.

Come for music on Oct. 3 as
.
River Jordan smgs agam
The Perry First Church of God on Highway 221 North will have
a sing on Saturday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m, featuring River Jordan.
Everyone is invited to attend.



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Worship vilith us at
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SUNDAY SERVICES (
Holy Eucharist: 8 &10 a.m. '
Sunday School 9 a.m.
Nursery Available
Located at 1100 W. Green St.
Church Office: 584-7636
email: stjameschurch@fairpoint.net
http://www.stjamesperry.org


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Choir rehearsal Saturday
Mt. Olive's Youth Community Choir will rehearse Saturday, Oct.
4, at 4 p.m. Everyone is encouraged to be on time.
Evening Precept class begins Oct. 5
The evening class for "A Love That Will Not Let Me Go," a four-
week study of the Book of Hosea, begins on Oct. 5 at 6:30 p.m. in
the annex of the First Baptist Church.
The morning class got underway Tuesday, Sept. 29, at the
Maddox home (405 Glenridge Rd.) at 9:30 a.m.
Hosea speaks prophetically about an unfaithful wife who the
husband refuses to stop loving. "This book shows how much God
loves Israel and the church--He won't let us go. He pursues us like
a loving husband that won't give up," said Melody Greene, one of
the instructors for the study.
She can be reached at 584-1619. Ena Reed, who also teaches the
classes, can be reached at 584-5718.
All interested persons in the community are cordially invited.
Mark our calendar for Oct. 11
Mt. Olive's Youth Department will celebrate its annual Youth
Day on Sunday, Oct. 11, at 3 p.m. The speaker for this occasion
will be Minister Raynard Brant of Vero Beach, currently a senior


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Merle was a fun loving
person and enjoyed pulling
practical jokes. She loved her
family more than life itself.
She never wanted to be a
.
burden to anyone. She hved
in Nashville, Tennessee for
many years where she worked
in food management for a
private school.
in 1982 she returned to Lake
Bird to be closer to her mother
and members of her family.
While in Lake Bird, she and
her husband Ray Steely ran a
Thrift store in Perry and had
many dear friends who would
come by and visit. She was
a member of the Lake Bird
Church in Lake Bird, Fla.
Merle moved to San
Antonio, Texas, in 1997 to
live with her son Jerry and his
wife Alice. Here she brought
much love, fun and happiness
to them and her grandchildren
these past 12 years.

Fu nm o ra u ns

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Saturday, Oct. 3, at 2 p.m.
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Ruby Merle Hendry Steely
passed away on Sept. 25,
2009 in San Antonio, Texas.
She was born on March 17,
1919 to Lovick Pierce Hendry
and Ruby Dean Tuten. She
was one of 8 siblings- third
one born after Lura Mae and
Alda. She had 2 brothers
and 5 sisters. Preceded in
death by her parents "Doc"
and Ruby Hendry of Lake
Bird, and her sister Lura Mae
Kinard, her brother Robert
Marvin Hendry of Lake Bird,
her husband Houston Ray
Steely and her oldest step-son
Larry Steely.
She is survived by her only
son, William Gerald Slaughter
andwifeAliceof San Antonio,
Texas; her step-sons Dana
Steely of Prescott, Arizona,
David Steely of Boca Raton,
Fla., her sisters, Alda Hatcher,
Reba Hayes, Jewel Horton,
June Lytle of Lake Bird, and

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Shane Slaughter of San
Antonio, Step-grandchild,
Kre -grS*t hil en K aen
Kaitlyn Marcak of Houston,
Austin, Kassandra and Mark
Slaughter of San Antonio, and
niany nieces and nephews.


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Thetis L. Poore
Mrs. Thetis L. Poore, 84, of
Old Town, died Sept. 30, 2009,
at Cross City Rehabilitation.
Mrs.PoorewasborninFletcher
in Dixie County to Thomas and
Ethel Barber. She worked with
the Florida Division of Forestry
for 10 years manning a fire
tower, but her main occupation
was being a homemaker and
mother. She was a member of
Lydia Baptist Church.
Survivors include: her sons,
Sammy Poore of Cross City
and Bryan Poore of Perry;
daughters, Charlotte Kirschner
and Dianne Hicks, both of Old
Town; sisters, Catherine Ezell
and Mary Mikell, both of Cross
City; 16 grandchildren; 25 great
grandchildren; and nine great,:
great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Oct. 3, at 11 a.m. at
Lydia Baptist Church with the
Rev. Wayne Allen officiating.
Burial will follow at McCalls
Chapel Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends today (Friday) at the
funeral home between the hours
of 6 and 8 p.m.
in ksG i sF:===
arrangements.


Card of

Thanks

'Barnett
On Sept. 4, God decided he
needed a fisherman, so he called
my father Bill Barnett home.
Please accept this letter as
a sincere "thank you" to all of
the people who visited, called,
brought food or flowers, or just
prayed for our family during this.
unexpected loss. Very special
thank you to the Rev. David
Stephens and family for their
support, guidance and strength.
Also, Burns Funeral Home;
First Assembly of God; Michael
Lundy; Dana Southerland;
Eddie Reynolds; Aaron Archer;
United States Navy Color Guard
for their participation in the
memorial; Mark Southerland
for the donation of appliances
that we needed; Springhill
Landscaping for the beautiful
lawns; and last but not least
"The Knights of the Round
Table" (Lester Walker, Rudy
Freeman, Eddie Reynolds,
Wayne Padgett, Elwood Strevel,
Earl Bell, Danny Lastinger,
Randy Hathcock, Joe Carlton
and Family and Adam Crosby);
Doctors' Memorial Emergency
Medical Services and Ptl.
Connie Hightower, PPD.
My father was very loved and
respected by many people, more
than that he was a wonderful
husband and father. -

myOn thae e nTbeBda et
the Barnett Family and the
Thomason Family we smeerely
thank you. God Bless you all.
Mary Ann Barnett
Nell T. Barnett

SAC meeting
The School Advisory
Committee for Taylor County
High School will meet Monday
at 3:15 p.m. at the school.

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in Cross City was in charge of
arrangements.

at in OSe ph Hall
Larkin Joseph "Joe" Hall, 73'
of Steinhatchee, died Sept. 30,
2009.
Born in Richmond, Ky., on
Oct. 29, 1935, he moved to
Steinhatchee from Pinellas Park
in 1991 after retiring.
He was a master plumber
who owned and operated Joe
Hall & Sons Plumbing. He
also was a race car driver at the
Sunshine Speedway in Pinellas
Park.
Mr. Hall was a member
of First Baptist Church of
Steinhatchee.
He was preceded in death by
his parents, Harvey G. Hall and


Dellie Tipton; sisters, Loretta
and Margaret; sons, Baby Boy
Hall and Lonnie Jay Hall; and
son-in-law, James Coboon.
Survivors include: his
children, Lita Musick of New
Port Richey, Cheryl Folberth of
Steinhatchee, Theresa Goliber
of Pinellas Park, Opal Cohoon
of Lawrenceburg, Ky., Gail Hall
of Pinellas Park and Joseph
Hall of Steinhatchee. Other
survivors include Linda Ortiz of
Tampa, Jason Eddie Stevenson
of Lakeland, Janice King of
Pinellas Park, Patricia Ulsh
of Dunnellon, Stephen Ham
of Pinellas Park and William
G. Folberth of St. Petersburg;
37 grandchildren, 45 great
grandchildren; and two great,
great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held


Saturday, Oct. 3, at 3 p.m. at the
Rick Gooding Funeral Home
Chapel with the Rev. George
Hage officiating. Burial will
follow at Waters Memorial
Gardens in Steinhatchee.
Family members will receive
friends today (Friday) at the
funeral home between the hours
of 6 and 8 p.m.
Rick Gooding Funeral Home,
in Cross City is in charge of
arrangements.

Brian Gary HolmeS
Br G Hol 28 f
ian ary mes,
Lake Mary, died Sept. 27, 2009.
He was born Oct. 7, 1980, in
Pa Cit
nama y.
He was preceded in death
by his grandfather, Thomas
L. Holmes, and his maternal
grandparents, Hartzel and


Geleta Gutshall.
Survivorsinclude:hisparents,
Gary and Susan Holmes; his
brothers, Timothy J. Holmes,
and Darren T. Holmes; his
wife, Michele M. Holmes; his
grandmother, Jeanette Couey;
step-grandfather, Harrell
Couey; as well as many aunts,
uncles and cousins.
Family members received
friends Thursday, Oct. 1, in
Longwood at South Seminole
Chapel from 6 to 8 p.m. A
memorial service was also be
held at the funeral home at 7
p.m.
Interment services will be
held today (Friday) at 2 p.m. at
Pisgah Cemetery in Perry.
South Seminole Chapel
in Longwood is in charge of
arrangements.


R. L. Davis Jr.
R. L. Davis Jr., 63, of Old
Town died Sept. 27, 2009, at his
home.
Mr. Davis, a logger, was a
native and lifelong resident of
Old Town.
He was preceded in death by
brother, Bennie Davis.
Survivors include: his
daughter, Christy Davis of Jena;
brothers, Jessie Davis of Jena,
Edward Davis and Lewis Davis,
both of Old Town; sisters, Faye
Davis of Cross City, Wanda
Welch of Cumming, Ga, and
Vertie Palmer of Old Town; and
one grandchild.
Graveside services were
held Wednesday at 11 a.m.
at Old McCrabb Cemetery
with the Rev. Cecil Hysmith
officiating.


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BY KAREN MESTERTON-GIBBONS
Special to the Perry News-Herald
Director Peggy West has
helped actors in over a dozen
productions to soar. This time,
she helps them to fly!
When the Quincy Music
Theatre's (QMT) production of
"Peter Pan" opens tonight
(Friday) at 8 p.m., four of her
40 actors will sail to the rafters
in what is one of the most
technically challenging
productions ever mounted by
QMT.
"I said, if we can't get Flying
by Foy (a company which has
been flying actors since the first
Peter Pan opened on Broadway
in the '50s), I wouldn't do the
show," said West, who was
born and raised in Perry. "I
knew if Foy was doing the tech
things it would be fine--and it
has been. I really believe it will
be the excitement of the kids
when they watch it that will


spread to the adults."
QMT asked West, who has
directed over 15 productions at
TLT, FSU, Off-Street Players
and QMT, to take on the
challenge of Peter Pan because
she is so well respected for her
organizational skills--which a
play of this technical difficulty
requires. And also because she
is so young at heart. Peter Pan
will be performed this weekend
and the next for a total of eight
performances.
West noted that there weren't
many opportunities in Taylor
County to experience theatre,
but she can still remember her
first acting roles--as various
characters in her kindergarten
class at Happy Time
Kindergarten. West graduated
from Taylor County High
School.
"I was 5, and I remember
being a witch, wearing a
Valentine's dress and


something yellow to represent
spring," recalls West. "I was
really taken with the
costumes."
Her first memory viewing
an actual play was seeing
"Plaza Suite" in New York City.
Despite her limited contact
with the theatre initially, her
love for it grew, andishe took
time out from her career to get
a second bachelor's degree in
theatre from Florida State (her
first degree was in psychology,
which helps a great deal in
interpreting plays).
She found herself directing
fellow students at FSU with
even more enjoyment than
acting, and that lead ti a steady
stream of directing assignments
ever since.
When asked if she feels her
initial creative vision for each
production is fully realized by
the end, West quickly jumps in
to say, "No!
"It's not possible to get your
whole image of a show in the
-
show, and in fact, it is not
desirable," West is quick to
add. "All live shows are a
collaboration and everyone is
making equal contributions
with their own vision. When we
build a show together, it is
much stronger that way. As
director, I'm an arbiter, and if
they have a stronger plank to
build it with, I say put it in
there!"
And speaking of planks,
theatre-goers will get a treat
watching Capt. Hook try to get
Peter Pan to walk one.
The 40 or so actors
performing each night come
from all over
the Big Bend, from
Tallahassee, Quincy, Havana,
Crawfordville, Greensboro and
Chattahoochee.
--This diversitylielped inspire
a twist on the usual costuming
of the Lost Boys and Native
Americans, West has the


Director Pe gy West, center, with Capt. Hook (Scott Bergman) and Tiger Lily


young ones finding their way to
Neverland from all over the
world and the Indians, from
many tribes in the U.S. and
Canada. West hopes the
audience is as diverse as her
cast.
"Theatre is important in
modern life for the same
reasons ancient people had
theatre and kids still act things
out--they need to try out new
ideas and ask questions without
asking pointed questions. You
can see how things play out
without actually doing it," West
notes.
"Theatre can be a mere
distraction, but even then, it is
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much. The movie has plenty of story to tell, which
is why the news stories filling the opening credits
continue at various intervals throughout the film,
allowing the screenwriters to fill in the blank
While -this techrugue worked m "Disanel 9,
which had a documentary feel to it throughout, it
tended to be jarring here.
It's understandable why they did it, since
there is so much backstory the writers have to
throw at the audience to get us to accept the idea.
Unfortunately, they're only mostly successful. I
was left with the question of how 97 or so percent
of the world is using surrogates when it's doubtful
even half could afford them. Also, why would
surrogates alone reduce crime so
much when home invasions and
the like would necessarily involve
their human occupants. Finally, the
"bad guy" uses some seemingly
obvious deceptions involving
surrogates that appear to take
everyone m the film by surprise.
That being said, the actual story
of the movie, Greer's attempt to
unlock the mystery behind the
killings, is a pretty solid mystery
that kept me guessing for much
of the film. When the secrets are
finally revealed, it makes sense.
Helping this is Willis' portrayal
of Greer, a man who is beginning
to miss the personal connections lost when the
world accepted surrogates. The role fits Willis
understated acting style and his character here
reminded me somewhat of his work in "The Sixth
Sense." The rest of the cast does well with what
the script gives them, including James Cromwell
as the man who created surrogates.
"Surrogates" uses an mtriguing concept to tell a
pretty standard cop mystery. While it could have
stretched its legs a bit more and the backstory
could have used a bit more fleshing out, the movie
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provides many of the play's
laughs as well as also one of its
most chilling moments with a
slight change of his inflection.
Senior Ben Hethcoat is Denny,
the play's most dynamic
character. Dametria "Dee"
Selmore, a recent graduate from
FAMU, owns the stage with her
mature presence as Jessie. Senior
Jessica DeShaw Wyckoff is
Rosalind and is able to keep her
portrayal even as the audience
learns a somewhat sinister side
to her character, allowing their
new perceptions of Rosalind to
affect the character rather than
any change she makes.
"The Violet Hour" is a
powerful play with smart, tight
dialogue and great acting from
FSU.
The production is housed
in the Lab Theatre, located
at 502 South Copeland St. in
Tallahassee. Tickets are $20 for
adults, $18 for seniors and $10
for college students and youth
17 and under,
Showtimes will be Oct. 2-3
and Oct. 8-10 at 8 p.m. with 2
p.m. matinees on Oct. 4 and 11.
To purchase tickets, contact
the Fine Arts Ticket Office at
850-644-6500 or visit online at
tickets.fsu.edu.
For more information about
the production, visit theatre.fsu.
edu.


single narrative. With Denny
we are given someone who
believes the only way he will be
remembered is to give the world
his writings. Jessie, however,
is less concerned about if she
will be remembered than how
she will be and through whose
words. John begins the play as a
man who paradoxically beheves
he is destined to make the right
decision but is paralyzed into
inaction by the fear of making
the wrong one.
As the play closes onto
its intermission and the true
function of the machine is
revealed, we, along with the
characters, must think about
our lives now and how and why
they might be written about
in the future. John's assistant
Gidger, who feels neglected
both at work and home, is most
interested in this, believing his
life will come to nothing if there
is nothing written about him for
others to remember him by.
Keeping these succeeding
themes working together is a
testament to both the play's
writing and the superb acting
from the School of Theatre
actors. Senior acting major
David McElwee is John who
is in all but a few minutes of
the play's meaty two hours.
Sophomore Matt Ebling makes
his FSU debut as Gidger and


By MARK VIOLA
Writing can be a powerful
force, for the writer, for the
subject and for the reader.
Writing can give life to artistic
expression and provide a lasting
testament to lives past.
"The Violet Hour," presented
by the Florida State University
School of Theatre, delves into
all of these concepts while
keeping a tight wit about itself
formuchofitstwo-hourlength.
It is 1919, just after the end of
the Great War.
John Pace Seavering is a
fledgling publisher home from
the war with enough money
to produce only one book.
He must choose between a
book by his best friend, Denis
"benny" McCleary, who
needs to be published to have
a chance to marry his love, the
heiress Rosamund Plinth, or the
autobiography of his African-
American mistress, Jessie
Brewster, who is a popular
singer but wants to be known
by more than just those who see
her performances.
As John contemplates his
choice, a mysterious machine
appears that might just solve his
problem.
Written by Richard
Greenberg, the play takes on
a series of themes of writing,
which meld together into a


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d oml ae coers movle slate

While typically the month of October is known have a dark past. Of course he does, otherwise
for horror films as well as the beginning of the the movie wouldn't be called "The Step Father."
Oscar push in which the prospective contenders I guess it would be redundant to call a remake
get their limited releases, this year the month is a retread, but it seems to me we've had about
filled with quite a few good looking movies. a dozen films like this hit theaters over the past
October is somewhat front-loaded with four several years'
(well, five) movies opening wide this weekend. The movie is rated PG-13 for intense sequences
"The Invention of Lying"is about a man (Ricky of violence, disturbing images, mature thematic
Gervais) living in a world in which everyone tells material and brief sensuality.
the truth about everything, all the time. One day Perhaps the most anticipated movie this month
he discovers the ability to lie. Gervais, behind is also the hardest on which to get a handle:
the hit British shows "The Office" and "Extras," "Where the Wild Things Are." One of the most
co-wrote and co-directed "Lying," which stars famous children's books of all time--which only
Jennifer Garner,.Rob Lowe and Tina Fey. The has about 10 sentences to go along with its iconic
trailer looks hilarious and if Gervais' brand of artwork--has been adapted to the big screen by
humor hits it off with American movie audiences, visionary (a word I do not use lightly) director
it could just be the beginning as he already has Spike Jonze, who gave us "Being John Malkovich"
another movie lined up for next year. and "Adaptation." The visuals in the trailers have
The movie is rated PG-13 for language including been stunning, but the question remains over just
some sexual material and a drug reference. how kid-friendly the final product will be. It's
Returning to theaters this weekend as a double- PG rating should assure some, but we just won't
feature, in 3-D no less, are "Toy Story" and "Toy know what we're going to get until we actually
Story 2." It's amazing to think that computer go see it, which I will be doing as soon as I can,
animation was still in its infancy when ."Toy The film is rated PG for mild thematic elements,
Story" hit theatei-s back in 1995, making a little some adventure action and brief language.
known studio called Pixar a household name. It Here in Taylor County, Oct. 23 may mark the
should say something that the movie's director, start of Florida Forest Festival, but Hollywood
John Lasseter, is now in charge of all Disney apparently didn't notice, because they've filled
animation. The tale of Woody, Buzz and company the weekend with a whopping five new movies,
has become a classic, and the 1999 sequel is "Amelia" tells the story of the famed pilot
arguably even better, delving into the emotions Amelia Earhart (Hilary Swank, "Million Dollar
behind growing up, only from the perspective Baby") who broke record after record before
of the toys we leave behind. This new release is disappearing over the Pacific in 1937. Director
preparation for next year's "Toy Story 3." Mira Nair is behind the camera and the cast
Both films are rated G. includes Richard Gere ("Nights in Rodanthe")
Drew Barrymore makes her directorial debut and Ewan McGregor ("Moulin Rouge"). This
with "Whip It," following a teen (Ellen Page) will be one of those historical films in which the
living in small town Texas who finds an escape in strength of the story will have to overcome the
a nearby roller derby league. Barrymore already fact that most people already know how it ends.
has plenty of experience as a producer and Page The movie is rated PG for some sensuality,
bail eli'EE a r6ll sineq "byr; ftSdethy' AwWyddMiagyggetthewhatic elements and-smoking. 91
nominated performance in "Juno.q" he trailer "Astro Boy" Is the domestic adaptation of the
shows a good mix of the small-town life Page's long-time Japanese comic and cartoon series,
character is trying to rqn away from as well as the "Astro Boy." Here in the U.S., our most icome
hard-hitting action at the rink. animated character is Mickey Mouse. Over in
The movie is rated PG-13 for mature thematic Japan, it's Astro Boy, who first appeared as a
material, sexual content and language. comic back in the late 1950s and has continued
Finishing the weekend is "Zombieland," a to be a pop-culture icon ever since. Animated by
comedy about a group of misfits attempting to IMAGI, the studio which brought us "TMNT"
survive in a world populated by zombies. Another last year, "Astro Boy" follows a young robot
film from a first-time director (Ruben Fleischer), "born" in Metro City, who must find his way in
"Zombieland" stars Woody Harrelson, Abigail the world after his "father" rejects him.
Breslin, Jesse Eisenberg and Emma Stone. If The film is rated PG for some action and peril,
you find the following line funny, this might be and brief mild language.
for you: "My mother always told me, 'Someday, Another adaptation is "Cirque du Freak: The
you'll be good at something.' I don't think she Vampire's Assistant," based on the popular
could have guessed that something would be British novel series about a teen who is recruited
zombie killing." into a travel freak show by its resident vampire
The film is rated R for horror violence/gore and (John C. Reilly). The trailer looks like the film
language. takes a somewhat tongue-in-cheek approach
Nextweekendtwomoviesopenwideincluding to the concept, which would not be unwelcome
the ensemble comedy "Couples Retreat," about considering all of the buzz surrounding the
four couples who travel to a resort so one of them "Twilight" series. This is the season for vampires,
can work on their marriage. The only problem: and if this one works out, another franchise could
participating in the counseling program turns out be born.
to be mandatory. The cast includes Vince Vaughn, The movie is rated PG-13 for sequences
Jason Bateman, Jon Favreau, Kristen Bell, Kristin of intense supernatural violence and action,.
Davis and Jean Reno. The trailers look funny, disturbing images, thematic elements and some
but it remains to be seen whether the movie will language.
be able to weave all four stories together into a Because it wouldn't be October without one,
cohesive movie. The actors have the talent if the "Saw VI" comes to us, continuing the bloody
story can support them. saga of Jigsaw, his disciples and their deadly
The movie is rated PG-13 on appeal for sexual traps. Until one of these films falls into its own
content and language. trap and bombs at the box office, we'll probably
As far as I can find, "Night of the Demons," be getting these forever.
starring Shannon Elizabeth has no trailer or poster "Saw VI" is rated R for sequences of grisly
available online. Not a good sign, considering bloody violence and torture, and language,
we're only two weeks away from its release. A Finishing the weekend is another October
remake of the 1988 movie of the same name, tradition, the annual 3-D re-release of "Tim
"Night of the Demons" follows a group of friends Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas,".
who discover the house in which they're holding directed by Henry Selick ("Coraline"). Jack
a Halloween party is populated by murderous Skellington, king of Halloweentown, will make
demons. his regular trip to Christmas Town, bringing his
It is rated R for bloody horror violence/gore presents to boys and girls everywhere.
and language throughout, some sexuality, nudity The film is still rated PG for some scary images.
and drug use. Rounding out the month, opening alone on
Friday, Oct. 16, is more productive, with three Wednesday, Oct. 28, is the documentary/almost-
movies opening in wide release. concert film, "Michael Jackson's This is It." The
"Law Abiding Citizen," directed by F. Gary film consists of a series of interviews, rehearsals
Gray ("The Italian Job") and written by Kurt and backstage footage from the famous pop star
Swimmer ("Equilibrium"), stars Gerard Butler as he prepared for his comeback concert tour. The
("300," "The Ugly Truth") as a man seeking tour was canceled after Jackson's death in June'
revenge after his family's killer goes free on a and instead fans will have to settle for this. The
plea deal. As is typical with movies such as this, 'film, according to advertisements, will only be in
Butler's character has more skills than we first theaters for two weeks, and showings sold out just
realize, and Assistant District Attorney Nick Rice about everywhere within hours of tickets going
(Jamie Foxx, "Miami Vice") is outmatched when on sale last month. I expect the theatrical run
the killings continue even after the vigilante is will be expanded soon enough, but if you want
behind bars. We've almost all seen miscarriages of to catch Michael one last time, I suggest getting
justice at some point, but "Law Abiding Citizen" your tickets early.
looks like it's going to push its audience to see The movie is rated PG for some suggestive
just how far they're going to support the violence. choreography and scary images.
The film is rated R for strong bloody brutal I


The world can be dangerous place.At any given
moment, we could be only a second away from a
possible criminal attack or car accident. But what
can we do? Hide away in our homes and never
leave the front door70sm. m ...... .. s -.e. -- . .
In "Surrogates," Itarrmg' Bruce Willis, the
world has discovered a way to do just that. Rather
than live their lives themselves, they hook into
computers and go through their day experiencing
everything through a robot. These surrogates
can--depending on how much money you have to
spend--see, hear, taste and feel everything while
their controllers stay safely in bed. Of course, just
like on the Internet today, the anonymity of hiding
behind a fake visage allows some
to alter their appearance for the ,
better.
Willis' character, FBI Agent
Tom Greer, uses a surrogate that
looks decades younger (requiring
an admirable job from the movie's
makeup crew). Greer doesn't seem,--
to be too busy, however, since the
advent of surrogates has reduced
violent crime 99 percent, a news
report during the opening credits a
tells us,
That is, until two surrogates are
destroyed by some kind of weapon
that also kills their controllers,
a crime that will draw Greer and
his partner (Radha Mitchell, "Pitch Black")
into contact with the Dreads, a group of people
who, have -rejected the use of surrogates and
have walled themselves off into self-governing
compounds, led by the emgmatic Prophet (Ving
Rhames, "Pulp Fiction").
With its cautionary story of how society can
use technological advancements to discriminate
against those who are unable or unwilling to join
them, "Surrogates" draws parallels to 1997's
"Gattaca," which dealt with the spread of human
genetic enhancements. While the latter was a
serious, character-driven film, the former is more
content to be an action-adventure movie.
There's nothing wrong with that, of course, but
"Surrogates" at times feels like trying to do too


no enceeand torture, a scene of rape and pervasive

"The Step Father," another remake of a 1980s
movie, follows a teen (Penn Badgley, "Gossip
Girl") who returns home to find his mother dating
a new man (Dylan Walsh, "Nip/Tuck"), who may


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



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Taking applications on a 2 bedroom
furnished mobile home. Very clean and
in excellent condition.patio, utility shed,
lots of shrubbery on nice big lot, will
acceptoneverysmallchild.Nopets.
Reasonable deposit and rent. 584-
4366.
9/30-10/9
Roommate wanted. $325 per month,
includes electric, partially furnished in
unt1r getting. Call 223-1484.
3 BR/2 BA D.W. on 3 acres. Proof of
income & references a must. No pets.
$650 month, $650 deposit. 386-776-
2405.
10/2-10/7
di'rent retirpmem cotnmdnity Adtilts
only, no animals, no pets. 3 bd/2 ba'
double wide on 6.5 acres. 850-584-
4331.
9/30-10/9

21BR/hi BdAeWhisp ing92P s. $375 per
9/23-10/2
Trailer for rent comfortable furnished 1
bedroom. One or two adults only. No
pets, no children. Utilities & satellite TV
included. $150 per week plus $150
security deposit. Call 584-2199.
9/30-10/9
Clean 2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home
with screened porch and work shed'
city water on paved road. Just outside
city limits off Puckett Rd. $5-'5 per
month. 1st, last and $200 deposit. 850-
303-2231.
9/18-10/16
For rent Modular home, 3 BR/2 Ba,
dinning, large lot, air. 315 Crit Jones
Drive, Perry $600 mo, 1st and last
m7o8 7 8135580-210-8439, 321-455-6458,
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9/11-10/2

2 bed/1 bath house with family room'
laundry room, car garage.$650 deposit
and $650 month, 223-3369.
9/18-10/21


WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS
$199 MOVE-IN SPECIAL
For Basic to Market renters. 1,2, or 3
BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered
and rental assistance may be available.
Equal Housing Opportunity. Office
hours are 8:00-5:00 Mon.- Thurs. Call
850-584-5668.709 W. Church St.Perry,
FL 32348. TDD 711.
5/13tfWP
Southern Villas of Perry
al Looking For Applicaan HUD
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Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $545
(required $45 deposit), $165 weekly or
$40 daily (tax included). 317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwy.850-672-0973.
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202 S. Arena St. Nice house, 2 BD/1
BA, $595 mo. 850-672-0973.
9/4tfLS
Small RV for rent.includes power, water
and cable.$100 per week.1st and last.
Just outside city limits.843-0883.
9/9-10/16
Steinhatchee Park Models. Furnished
or unfurnished. $700 month includes
electric, city water, Directv. Five blocks
to Gulf. Mary Ross, Sales, Herring
Realty 352-665-3211.
9/18tfMR
For sale or rent:small 3 BD/1 BA house
on 1 acre, no laundry facility, no pets,
Rent $575 plus $575 deposit. For sale
5138900, 223-3369.

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223-3369
9/18-10/21
Taking applications for 2 bedroom 1
5h0nlo 1 ba
mobile home $300 deposit $325 rent-
small 2 bedroom park model $300
deposit $350 rent. references required.
All homes set up in Everetts Mobile
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Steinhatchee Place Resort Furnished
$5 -d$7200 dur ms. ed p it.
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Cable, Internet and hot tub in
ein8hatch PCDall 1-352-498-7740.
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
call 850-584-6666 ext.407 for details.
6/10tfWO

Westgate Rooms available for rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cilble,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly, $40 daily, $545 per month. RV
sites $19 daily, $90 weekly, $290
monthly. Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-584-5235,
1/7tfLS


For sale by owner: 502 W. Main St. 3
BD/2BA brick home, split plan,
downtown, fireplace, sprinkler system,
paved drive-way, attached garage.
$119,000 Call 850-584-4593 or 850-
838-7083
9/30-10/2
Suwannee River property: 3 br/2 ba
1996 Home of Merit one block off
Suwannee River at Turner Point
Landing. Over 2000 sq. ft. fully
furnished; sleeps 12. Fireplace, CHA,
dishwasher, laundry room, large deck,
fenced, boat garage and pump house.
Hook-up for camper also. Above 500 yr.
flood pian! 850-838-1869 leave
message. Agents welcome serious
inquiries only please!
9/30tfnEV
3/1.5 brick home with 1 ac., $96,000;
2/1 frame home wl2 ac., $60,000
3/2 brick home w/10 ac.; $155,000
Call Wendy Slaughter, Realtor, 838-
3146.Nature Coast, Inc.,
Keith Rowell, Broker
9/23, 10/2
Land for sale, 221 North between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker
Rd.1 acre lots with paved roads.0wner
financing available. Please call (386)
658-1346 or (850) 584-7466.
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3/2 DWMH w/1 ac., $99,500
3/2 DWMH w/1 ac., $90,000
3/2 DWMH wl3 ac.; $108,000
Call Wendy Slaughter, Realtor, 838-
3146.NatureCoastInc.,
Keith Rowell, Broker
9/23, 10/2

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FOR SALE BY OWNER:
5.66 acres on Azalea Rd.-1000 sq. ft.
hotm fur d 8 x 10d, met

septic tank, 4" well wl2 pumps, well
house. Call 672-2330 or 223-2840 for
details. Shown by appointment only,
8/21tfRE

Newly remodeled 4 bd/2 ba with
computer room, carport, work shed,
e .r indm ach at Ba 40t90
Bay St. $97,500. 838-6077 or 584-
2270.
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3/1 brick home $118,000
2/1 block home w/2 ac.$164,000
Call e oa ghh r Re7a r 838-
3146. Nature Coast, Inc.,
Keith Rowell, Broker
9/23, 10/2
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, 223-3369.
9/18-10/21


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2 Piece living room set. New hardwood
frames, $499, delivery available. 222-
7783.
10/2GCN1

Bedroom set Rich Cherry. $399,
Brand new still in boxes! Can deliver.
222-7783-
10/2GCN1

Cherry solid wood sleigh bed. $249
New in box 425-8374
10/2GCN1

Leather 3-piece circular sectional,
recliner each end. $700. Gold wrought
iron glass topped tea table, matching
oval end table $100 tog. all in excellent
condition. 584-7163 or 843-2802.
9/30-10/9
For Sale: 2 spa pedicure chairs with 2
cart $500; 2 nail stations $100 each.
Please call 838-2773.
9/16-10/9

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5montholdChihuahuaforsale.$100.
He is black and tan and very cute. Call
223-2973 or 295-1267.
9/30-10/3
Adorable Dachshund puppies.
Wormed, shots from Vets. Born June
16mParents on prebm s itfemal red,
reduced to sell. $250. 850-584-4455.
10/2-10/7


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92o 5. 800-477-2492 or 352-493-
9/16tfPH
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Chiefland 800-477-2492 or 352-493.
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Brand new 4 Bdr/2 Bth Starting at
$55,995 Prestige Home Centers,
Chiefland. Open on Sundays 12 to 5
800-477-2492 or 352-493-2492.
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Real Estate Agents Needed
Choice of two office locations: Perry or Keaton Beach
*Private desk space
Computers and printers provided
No desk fees
No transaction fees
oraduated commission splits

Qualifications:
Must have a Florida Real Estate Sales Associate or Broker License
Must possess excellent customer service skills
Must portray a spirit of cooperation and be a team player
Must be energetic and highly motivated
Must be willing to work tidl-time

Ann Hodges' GylfBreeze Real Estate, LLC is the #1 top producing
real estate agency in both listings and sales in Taylor County.

Please call me at 578-2202 or on my cell phone at 371-1099 to
schedule a private and confidentini consultation to discuss how
you can be a productive agent and earn a comfortable income in
today's market and beyond. -Ann Hodges, Broker/Owner
We are members ofthe Florida Association ofRealtors. Muional
AssociationofReakors,7MahasseeBoardofRealtorsMLSService,
and the Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.

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Estate Yard Sale, No early birds!.8 a.m.
- 12 noon. 179 Houck Rd. Go down
Puckett to first stoplight, turn right
follow signs (before Sportcraft).5 piece
older bedroom set with full
bed/mattress, blankets, pillows, older
table and chairs (oak?) and small
matching china cabinet, recliners, s,
sofa, small organ, microwave'
typewriters, lawn mowers, washer,
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coffee table, end tables, raised toilet
seat support, shower stool, t:urtains,
angels, dishes, silk flower
arrangements, ladies clothes size large
and 2XL, and shoes size 8-8.5, lamps,
small appliances. All proceeds will
benefit the Divine Mercy Outreach
Center.
10/2

Big yard sale Saturday, Oct. 3. 9 a.m. -
until. Some of everything. Golf Course
9R8d. Brown trailer on right, half mile from
9/30-10/2
Three family yard sale Saturday, Oct. 3.
7 a.m. ? 102 Miller Dr. (off Plantation)
Rain or Shine! Lots of new and used
tools, household, clothes, 4 bucket
seats for Chevy Lumina, recording
studio all hook-,ypp, greatgoncligion,
Mark V Shop Smith barely used.
9/30-10/2
Gently-used baby clothes, crib,

changing to e, dlce f ion
products, local artist's paintings,
caricatures, crafts, etc. Lighthouse Mini
Shoppers, 105 E. Ellis St. (01di Depot
across from City Hall) Mon.-Fri. 9:30.
5:30, Sat. 8:30-2:30. 584-8800.
9/23-10/2

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Whirlpool Estate washer, 2 years old,
excellent condition. Free Maytag dryer,
needs work $150.584-7617.
10/2 '

Do you know how to set up a webiste?
Call me 371-0899
10/2-10/7
For Sale: Lon satin weddin dress
with beautiful beadwork and long train.
Size 12. $150. 578-2521.
10/2-10/7
Heather80k BTU, fuel oil, 110 gal tank
$300; firearms: 35 Rem w/scope $350;
Browning 22 auto w/scope $500; Ruger
44 Blackhawk w/scope & holster $425
38 Colt $350; 22 mag pistol $250; 32FN
$225; 22 LR Daisy/bolt $250; Computer
station $25; toolbox, new in box for
F250/Dodge 1500 $200; wood bed
frame w/6 drawers, will fit most beds
$100; king Ranch wheels/tlires '06
$400; fire hose, used 2 1/2"X50' $25
50antiqueN ar$50; ec vr 0
storage building $1500; dryer $75.584-
7003 or 838-5665.
10/2DG
$150 Queen mattress set. Brand new
in plastic w/warranty. Can deliver. 545-
7112.
10/2GCN1

ME 08 CEDAR ISLAND
- FOR LON8-TERM RENTAL
3 large bedrooms, 2 baths,
granite countertops in kitchen,
walk-in closets, sitting on canal
with incredible views
NEWNEVERLIVEDIN
$1,600 mo.
(850) 578-2632


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


0000fete BlOck 2 BR/1 Bath home recently upgraded with new
paint, windows, flooring, and comes complete with washer/
dryer. Lot size is 50 x 129. Cooled by window units. Priced at
$35,000. Seller is motivated so call now .

In a prime location...Great 3 BR/2 Bath brick home with split
plan for rnore privacy. French doors from living area open
out to concrete patio and in-ground swimming pool that is
completely fenced. Casual elegance at its best..$208,000.
Call for appointment

Privacy galore in this tucked away 5 acres with 1997 3 BR/2
bath d/w mobile home that is spacious and in good condition.
Located close to town, but feels like "country living"....'
$125,000. Seller motivated....Call today for appointment*

Ideal Location...Picturesque 3 BR/2 bath home with beautifully
wooded grounds providing shady comfort. Split plan with very
large master bedroom and bath with small office leading into
a large screened porch. Formal LR/DR and family room with
fireplace. Exceptional storage throughout this home. Great
kitchen with a Jenn-air island range and enough room f0f 8
breakfast nook. Too many amenities to mention. $249,000.
call for appointment.


103 Pine Rd. Saturday, 7 a.m. until-
Furniture, dishes, dolls, books, movies,
hat-knots, too much to name. Rain or
shines
10/2
Yard Sale Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m..
1:30 p.m. 415 W. Green St. 2 upright
freezers, kids clothes, electronics,
movies, household items, car bed, crib,
amp stoves, cash register and much
more-
0/2

5-family yard sale in front of the
bookmartat1708S.ByronButlerPkwy.
Lots for everybody. Saturday, Oct. 3, 8
a.m.- 12 noon.
10/2
Multi-family yard sale, Saturday, 7 a.m.
until. Wide variety: weight bench,
wedding dresuresizei 8, e lo edi
bassinet, rugs, tools, crafts, and
jewlery. 201 Cypress Rd. Behind Pizza
Hut.
10/2
3-Family Yard Sale Lots of nice
miscellaneous items, nice men's shirts,
jaize L women'spipthing (vanous,
sizes), trolling motor, weed eater. .m.
- 1 p.m.2699 Hwy 221 N.
10/2


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furniture and much more.
10/2

Big Yard Sale! Friday and Saturday, 7
a.m.- 2 p.m.1419 N. Springfield St. (off
of Ash St.) A little bit of everything.
10/2


$70 BUY
Old Taylor County & Jerkins
Yearbooks
Old Silver Coins
Scrap Gold
Old Comic Books
Used Furniture (LR, DR, BR)
Used ApplianCeS
Taylor County Memorabilia




Yard Sale Friday and Saturday, 6 a.m.
until. 1985 Woodmoore Rd. (off Old
Dixie Hwy.) Resturant equip., furniture,
freezers, lots of misc'
10/2

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goods, children's items, furniture,
something for everyone.
10/2

Yard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. ? ill 1/2
E. Green St. Little bit of everything.
DVD's, clothes, nick-nacks, video
games.
10/2

Yard Sale Extravaganzal!I Saturday,
Oct. 3, 8 a.m. "Lets' make a deall" We
have bedding, tools, toys, bikes, dishes
and featuring a Broyhill Roll Top desk,
and full length mirror. Come all to 214
N. Center St. (corner of Center and
East Bay St.- just north of First Baptist
Church) See you there!!



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Yard sale Saturday, E. Paige St. follow
igns on Hwy 27.8 a.m.until ?
JO/2
.Yard sale Saturday, 8 a.m. 1 p.m. No
early birds. Across from New Home
Baptist Church at the old Camo Store.
Clothes all sizes, little boys infant to 4T,
shoes, books, household items, lots of
'everything.
10/2
Yard sale Friday and Saturday, 8 a.m.-
until.151 Leon Ward Rd.
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Yard sale 2692 Baxter Rd., off Foley
Cut Off Rd. Dining room set & china
Cabinet, 3 bedroom sets, bedding,
household goods, small kitchen
appliances, mens and women clothes,
lots more.8 a.m, 1 p.m.No early birds
please.
10/2

Yard Sale Friday & Saturday, 9.a.m.-
until ? Shady Grove left at light. to
Lawrence Rowell Rd.on the right
10/2


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10/2-10/30


Rifle for sale.Weather by "Vanguard" ?
mm. rim. mag. wl3-9 Leopold scope
$535.00 Call Mike at 838-7407,
10/2-10/7

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1998 Buick LeSabre, 54k miles, $3k
584-7617
10/2
2007 Toyota Camry LE 30,000 miles
$16,500 neg, priced under book value.
Call 295-1279.
9/30-10/3
2004 Saturn ION' Coupe. Sun roof'
leather, black, nice car. $4,800. 584.
2270 or 843-7763.
10/2-10/9JM
1984 GMC 1 ton dually. PS, PB,
automatic. Good condition. An
excellent work truck. $1,850. 584-
4455
10/2-10/7
2007 Toyota Camry LE 30,000 miles
500 d under book value
16, neg. price
Call 295-1610.
9/30-10/3
2004 Ford Esca e XLT94,000 miles, 6
disc CD changer, $8,000. CalL 295-
1610-
9/30-10/3 .

2004 Ford Escape XLT 94,000 miles, 6
disc CD changer, $8,000. Call 295-
1279.
9/30-10/3
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Avon needs reps in this area. Only
$10.00 start-up fee. Call BJ at 584-
6289 or 843-2605 buy or sell!
9/16-10/16
Part time maintenance person. Must
have transportation and tools.
E enence in re airs of Mobile
HOmes. Application and references
required. Call Becky or Betty 850-584-
7094.
10/2tfPR
PART-TIME
Florida Cash Advance
has an immediate opening in Perry.
Excellent salary and working
conditions for those with office,
computer, phone and customer
setryice skills. Must beebodivibable,
Call 850-584-3444

.
The Jefferson County Road dept. Is
advertising for the following position:
General Supervisor/ Field Operations.
Salary renaggigg(g4961 to $34,7@.
Position will oversee all road dept.
operations of road and roadside
maintenance, schedule daily work
duties for all personnel, must have
knowledge of DOT guidelines for road
and highway maintenance and safety
regulations, Microsoft office programs
and other Windows based programs,
light and heavy road maintenance
equipment, past supervisory skills,
possess a class A Florida drivers
license. Must possess a high school
education, prefer some college.
Applications may be obtained at the
clerk's office or road dept.office, 7:30
to 4:00 Monday through Friday. Any
questions call the road dept. office.
Closing date for this position will be
October 16, 2009 4:00 PM.
9/25-10/16JCRD

Taylor Co nty trd of Coun'


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Please review job descriptions and
obtain applications at
www.taylorcountygov.com or
Workforce Mobile Career Lab located
in the Kmart Parking Lot on
Wednesday and Thursday, 9 a.m.- 4
p.m. Applications must be returned tO
Workforce per instruction sheet of
application. Taylor County Board of
County Commissioners is an E0E, VP,
DT, background check employer*
9/25tftfBCC


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1, Jerry Creech, will no longer be
responsible for any debts accrued by
Sherry L. Screech, or any other debts
other than my own effective April 13,
2009.
9/23-10/2

1, Anthony Winchester Jr., will no
longer be responsible for any debts
other than my own
9/23-10/2



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Tree SOfVice/Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming/Bucket Truc k
*Free Estimates
*Licensed & Insured Tree Expert
Also, Bobcat Work Done
Root Rake, Grabbler, Front End
Loader for Excavation/ Cleanup,
(850)-584-2027(H)
(850)591-8301 (C)
See ad in phone book page 114.
9/9-10/2

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county courthouse in Perry, Taylor
esountojqr pr er1t e ft ro
Final Judgment of Foreclosure and
more particularly described as
follows:
Lot 5 and the North 7 feet of Lot 6,
elock B, Sping Lake Helghts.
according to the mop or plat thereof
as recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 79,
Public Records of Taylor County,
Florlda,
Any person claiming on Interest In the
surplus ftom the sale, If any, other
than the property owner as of the
date of the ils pendens, must flie a
clalm within sixty (60) days after the
sale. DATED Sept. 11, 2009
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of the Clrcult Cot.)rt
BY: Martl Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
Garvin B. Bowden, Esq.
eardner, Bist, Wiener, Wadsworth &
Bowden P.A.
1300 Thomaswood Drive
TallahasseeFlorldo32308
9/25
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
FICTIOUS NAME
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is
herby given that the underslgned,
pursuant to the fictlous name statute,
Chapter 20953 or Section 865.09,
Florlda Statutes, 1941, wll! register with
the Secretary of State, Corporation
Division, Tallahassee, Florlda, upon
recelpt of proof of publlcatlon of this
notice the fictlous name, to-wit:
Nature coast Regional Surgery
Center under which well will engage
In busIness.1/We expect to engage in
business in Perry, Florida and our
address Is;
555 N. Byron Butler Pkwy. Perry FL
32347
The extent of ownership Is: Big Bend
operations Inc. 100%
9/18, 9/25, 10/2, 10/9
In the County COUrt, Third Judlclal
CircuIt, In and for Taylor County,
Florldo
Case No. 62.2009-CC-260-00A-01
Lee E. Flowers
Plaintiff
in Ref: 2001, 22 FT HULL
VIN# SPBC20046001
NOTICE OF ACTION
Notice is hereby glven that a petition
to determine ownership of a motor
vehicle described as 2001, 22 FT HULL,
and whose Vin# Is SPBC2004E001, has
been filed and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
objections, if any, on Lee Flowers, 164
Leon ward Rd., Perry, FL 32347 who is
the petitioner, on or before October
8th, 2009, and file the orlginot with the
clerk of the court either before
service on the petltloner, or
Immediately thereafter; otherwise, a
default will be entered for the rellef
demanded in the petition. Witness my
hand and seal of this court on the 8th
day of September, 2009. at Taylor
County, Florida.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CAPITAL CITY BANK*
Plaintiff,
vs-
CASE NO. 09-378-CA
EVA WARD A/K/A EVA M. WARD and
ELIZABETH HOLMES,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER 45
fu e tgl n Fpursuant to al
September 10, 1009, in Case No. 09-
378-CA, of the Circuit Court of the
Third Judicial Clrcult, in and for Taylor
County, Florlda, in which CAPITAL
CITY BANK is the Plaintlff and EVA
WARD A/K/A EVA M. WARD and
ELIZABETH HOLMES are the
Defendants, I will sell to the highest
I 1-13 f 9 pt thtehfr at
In Perry. Taylor County, Florida of
11:00 a.m. on October 15,2009, the
property set forth In the Final
puad cont fe dsa o arnore
ALSO:
COMMENCE AT THE SE CORNER OF
SECTION 31, T4S, R8E AND RUN SOUTH
EADIENGREEBSAA25 MINUT WEE T
THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 54
MINUTES 30 SECONDS WEST 179.00
FEET THENCE RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES
52 MINUTES 20 SECONDS EAST 1054.40
FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES
52 MilNUTES 30 SECONDS WEST 420,00
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 52
FM!ENTUTETSHE30CSECOUNNDS NWERTTH 70000
DEGREES 52 MINUTES 30 SECONDS
EAST 106.00 FEET: THENCE RUN NORTH
89 DEGREES 52 MINUTES 30 SECONDS
EAST 70.00 FEET: THENCE RUN SOUTH
00 DEGREES 52 MINUTES 30 SECONDS

}EF FEET TO THE POINT OF
COMMENCE AT THE SE CORNER OF

9,-AlOENNR1EES4AA2 EANDR SOUTH
THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 54
MINUTES 30 SECONDS WEST 179.00
FEET THENCE RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES
52 MINUTES 20 SECONDS EAST 1054.40
FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES
52 MINUTES 30 SECONDS WEST 490.00
n 2 22, 4 2 i'n"E bN:
MINUTES 30 SECONDS WEST 70.00
FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 000
DEGREES 52 MINUTES 30 SECONDS
EE1 .060 F5 E E3 US CNg;g
EAST 70.00 FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH
00 DEGREES 52 MINUTES 30 SECONDS
WEST 106.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
Any person clolmlng an Interest In the
"sush"ropmop tysac nr s ootthhee
date of the Its pendens, must flle a
:nD nc 1560 ys after the
eEMA I ourt
cr .LBooVaeD utyClerk
Gardner, Bist, WIener, Wadsworth &
Bowden P.A.
1300 Thomaswood Drive
Tallahassee, Florlda 32308
9/25, 10/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
ANDFORTAYLOR


PlaIntiff,
MINNIE LEE EZELL A/K/A MINNIE EZELL,
FINANClgL PORTFOLIOS
CORPORATION AS ASSIGNED OF
BANK ONE, and UNKNOWN
DENA ,ts.
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER 45
NOTICE Is given pursuant to a Flnol
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
September 10, 1009, In Case No. 09-
260-CA, of the Clrcult court of the
Third Judiclal Circult, In and for Taylor
County. Florldo, In whlch CAPITAL
CITY BANK Is thePlaintltl and MINNIE
LEE EZELL NKIA MINNIE
EZELL and FINANCIAL PORTFOLIOS
CORPORATION AS ASSIGNED OF
BANK ONE are the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at the ftont door of the Taylor


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written defenses as required may
sult [nd a judgd nt o tthhee
notice.
Signed on Sept. 1, 2009.
As Clerk of the Court
By: Mail Lee
As Deputy Clerk
9/18, 9/25
in the Circult Court of the thlYd
Judicial Circuit of the State of FlorldQ,
In and For Taylor County
Case No.: 09-382 CA
Peoples F1rst Community Bank,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Julle C. Nelson, a/k/a Julle
Stephens, deceased, and any kno
party who may claim as heir, devlseg
grantee, assigned, Lienor, credit@,
trustee, or other clolmant, by through',
under or against them, and all parties
having or claiming to have any righ ,
fltle or interest in the following
deschbed property, situate, lying and
belng In Taylor County, Florlda, and
described In the Complaint hereln: 3
Scott Duane Stephens,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Julle C. Nelson, a/k/a Julle G.
Stephens, deceased, and any known
party who may clalm as hell, devlsey,
grantee, assigned, Lienor, creditor,
trustee, or other clalmant, by through,
under or against them, and all parties
having or clalmlng to have any flght,
title or interest in the followly
described property, situate, lying orld
being In Taylor County, Florida, and
described below. I
You are hereby notified that at
action to foreclosure a mortgage
deed and accounting of sums d
under a Note and Mortgage on ea
property and for such additional tell
In said action concemlng t
following described property in Tayl
County, Florlda, to wit:
Lot 17, Block "B" of Quall Point
Subdlvlslon, a subdivislon according
to the plot thereof as recorded in Plg(
Book 1, Page 175 of the Public
Records of Taylor County, Florldo
has been flled against you and you
are requked to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on Sherri
Denton Mallory, Plaintiffs attorneVz
whose address is P.O. Box 217fix
Ponoma City, Florida 32402, within 30-
days of the flrst publication of the-
Notice and file the original with the-
Clerk of this Court either before:
service on Plaintiffs attorney of
immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in ttle
Complaint, witness my hand and seaf
of this Court on thls 23 day of
September, 2009.
As Clerk of the Clrcuit Court 1
Taylor County, Florlda
By: Martl Lee DC
As Deputy Clerk
10/2, 10/9 F


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Clerk of the Circult Court
t I d
9/11, 9/18, 9/25, 10/2
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
FACTIOUS NAME
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice ls
herby glven that the undersigned,
pursuant to the fictious name statute,
Chapter 20953 or Section 865.09,
Florida Statutes, 1941, will register with
the Secretary of State, Corporatlon
Division, Tallahassee, Florldo, upon
receipt of proof of publication of this
notice the flctious name, to-wit:
Glassworks of Perry under which we/1
will engage in business, 1/We expect
to engage In business in Perry, Florlda
and our address Is:
1557 carlton Cemetery Rd. Perry, FL
The extent of ownership is; Thomas A.
Confer 100%
9/18, 9/25, 10/2, 10/9
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
FICTIOUSNAME
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice ls
herby glven that the undersigned,
pursuanttotheflctiousnamestatute,
Chapter 20953 or Sectlon 865.09,
Florida Statutes, 1941, wlll register with
the Secretary of State, Corporatlon
Dlvlslon, Tallahassee; Florida, upon
receipt of proof of publication of this
notice the fictlous name, to-wlt:
Tea Time Cafe and more under which
well will engage in business. 1/We
expect to engage In business in Perry,
Florida and our address is:
300 S. Jefferson St. Perry FL 32347
The extent of ownership Is: Rlchard W.
Termaat, its president 50% and
Joanna G. Termaat, its vice president
50%.
9/25, 10/2, 10/9, 10/ 16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
Flie No. 2009-564CP
HOWARD NASH
Divlslon A
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ACTION (formal notice by
publication)
To:
ALPHONSO WATKINS, SHERRIE DENISE
GILYARD, JACKIE WOODARD, FELECIA
FLOWERS ANY BIOLOGICAL OR
ADOPTED SIBLINGS AND CHILDREN OF
DECEASED SIBLINGS YOU ARE
NOTIFIED that a PETITION FOR
ADMINISTRATION has been filed in this
Court.
You are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, on the
petitioner's attorney, whose name
and address are: DEREK B. ALVAREZ,
ESQUIRE, GENDERS ALVAREZ, A
Professional Association, 2307 West
Cleveland Street, Tampa, Florida
33609, on or before thirty (30) days
from the flrst date of publlcotlon, and
to flIe the oilgInal of the written
defenses wlth the clerk of this court
either before service or immediately
thereafter. Follure to serve and flie


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