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Girl power takes the
field Friday at Dorsett
Stalliant
Looking for some Friday night
entertainment this wee k?
Seniors planninSg to take pa
hno a pNo d puff allripame
tonight (Friday ) at 6 p.m., at
Dorsett Stadium.
The game will feature senior
girls versus junior girls with some
male students as cheerleaders.
The Taylor County Middle
School band and tumble team
will perform at half-time.
Admission is $5 and
concessions will be available
(hamburgers, hot dogs, pizza,
French fries, candy and drinks).
All proceeds go toward the senior
trip.
"We will have a special fifth
quarter, which we are sure will
prove to be the most
'entertaining' part of the
night, that will feature district
teachers and moms playing
against the senior girls,"
organizers said.

TBUGH ENOUGH
ITO WEAR

PM?

Are you tough enougIl?
The Big Bend Horseman's
Association "Tough Enough to
Wear Pink" open show and fun
day will be held this Saturday,
Oct. 17, at Evil Twin Farms in
Lamont, starting at 8 a.m.
The cost is $4 per class for
association members and $5 per
class for non-members.
Members are invited to ride all
day for a $25 fee ($35 for non-
members). Everyone is welcome
and encouraged to wear pink in
support of October as National
Breast Cancer Awareness
Month.
For more informallon, visit
www.BigBendHorse.com.

Get youFearnival
tickets today and 88V6
Advance ticket sales for the
upcoming Florida Forest Festival
carnival are underway through
next Tuesday, Oct. 20.
The festival carnival will open
Wednesday, Oct. 21, and run
through Saturday, Oct. 24. The
pre-sale tickets are $12 and can
be exchanged for an all-day
armband at the carnival. The
armbands, if purchased at the
carnival, will cost $20. For more
information.call584-TREE.

Rotary Club offers
4 gg
chances for ay at
The Perry Rotary Club is
holding a drawing for a chance to
win a one-day hunt at Camp
Misery. Tickets are available for
$1. The winner must be 18 or
older, have a hunting license and
ride with a club member. The
hunt must be between Nov. 28
and Dec. 5. Other restrictions
apply. For more information, or to
purchase tickets, see any Rotary
Club member.

FAll YOUth FOStival
tUday at 10HgilPlilg8

Integrity Mentoring will
sponsor a Fall Youth" Festival
Friday, Oct.16, from 6 to 9 p.m.at
Loughridge Park.
The event will feature food,
prizes, contests, games and
entertainment. Wristbands will be
available for $2 for the games
and pikes.



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and against the abandonment
made impassioned pleas that
covered property rights,
neighborhood aesthetics and
the Storm of the Century.
Once the debate was over,
commissioners voted 4-0 to
deny the petition, a move


several called the hardest
decision they'd been asked to
make during their time on the
board. Commissioner Lonnie
Houck abstained from both the
vote and discussion due to the
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The State Fire Marshal's
Office has determined that
arson was the cause of a blaze
which destroyed four out six
buildings at a hunting camp
near the Econfina this week.
A reward of up to $2,500 is
being offered through the
Florida Advisory Committee
on Arson Prevention. Anyone
with information on the fire--
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Martin Electronics, Inc
(MEI) of Perry has been
awarded a five-year contAct
from the U.S. Army for the
M201A1 Smoke Grenade
Initiating Fuze and the M208
Snioke Pot Initiating Fuze with
a maximum value of $27.8
million if all options are
awarded. The initial order
placed is valued at $4.2 million
with deliveries beginning in
theTfourth quarter 1 .MEI
.
will be supplying 100 percent
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marshland and a county right-
of-way, leaving their land
virtually useless.
Eighteen of those property
owners petitioned the county
commission last week to
abandon a portion of the right-
of-way of Ezell Beach Drive,


which they said would allow
them to use the properties they
continue to pay taxes on.
The Taylor County
Commission considered the
petition during a public hearing
held Monday, Oct. 5, that lasted
more than an hour as those for


As the old saying goes,
sometimes people find
themselves between a rock and
hard place
For a member of property
owners on Ezell Beach Drive,
however, they say they've
found themselves between


.
Violent rollover
A blown tire triggered a rollover crash on Highway 98 Wednesday morning, some two miles west of Salt Road.The driver, Kim LaSalle Harris, 36,
of Perry, was found in a stand of thick woods while passenger Eric James McNeil, 46, also of Perry, was found lying face down several yards from the
crashed 1996 Ford SUV. A third passenger, Kenyata Cretshla Sanders, 22, managed to get out of the vehicle and walk onto the shoulder of Highway
98 where she was discovered by a passerby, who then called for assistance. As the vehicle overturned dunng the crash, it struck a utility pole, sending
large splinters into the woods. None of the occupants were wearing their seatbelts. Taylor County Fire/Rescue, the Taylor County Sheriff's Office and
Doctors' Memorial EMS all responded to the call shortly after 8 a.m. Harris and McNeil were both listed in serious condition. Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper James Parker Jr. handled the investigation,


and I've missed them. The big
city is just too fast for me, and
it's not where I want to raise a
family."
That's now an important


decision because the younger


By SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Managing Editor
"I'll show you to Dr.
Morgan's office, and then get
the other Dr. Morgan."
With that introduction, I
found my way to the heart of
Morgan Family Dentistry in
downtown Perry where father,
Lamar, and son, Danny, spend
their days improving the dental
health of this community's
residents.
So I asked the elder Morgan,
"Did you ever dream...did you
ever imagine it would
happen..that your son would
not only follow in your
footsteps as a dentist, but return
to Perry to join your practice?"
He had the answer
immediately. "Yes, I had
thought about it--of course I
had. But I didn't know if it
would ever become a reality."
That thought--that dream,
Lamar said--was prompted by
an essay Danny wrote in
sixth grade. They exchanged
knowing looks and Lamar
continued, "It said he wanted to
be a dentist like his father "
Who knew, though, that a


sixth grader's dream would
become reality in the year
2008?
Even in sixth grade, it was
more than a passing thought for
Danny. "I thought that's what I
wanted to do," he said
straightforwardly. "In high
school, I started working here
as an assistant and got familiar
with the instruments, so I knew
what I was getting into."
Then he added--in one of
those moments which should
be captured forever m time,
"I've always liked my Dad and
I'rn glad we're working
together.
Danny, as football
enthusiasts here will recall, was
a tight end for the 1997 Taylor
County Bulldogs who won a
state championship and the
hearts of all their followers. He
graduated in the top five of his
class in 1998, and then from
Florida State University in
2003. Then he traveled south
to Nova Southeastern
University in Ft. Lauderdale
where he earned a Master's
degree and continued to dental
school, graduating in 2008. He


just marked his one-year
anniversary with Morgan
Family Dentistry.
"I'm excited to be back,"
Danny said. "My family is here


With an emphasis on 'family dentistry,'


Lamar and Danny, Morgan don their


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OCTOBER 16
1963: Twin "Vela Hotel" satellites were launched
by the Department of Defense at Cape Canaveral.
The satellites were designed to detect nuclear
explosions in space at a maximum range of
100,000,000 miles.
Major Donald K. "Deke" Slayton resigned his
commission in the United States Air Force to
assume a position as a civilian pilot for NASA.
Slayton was one of the original seven Mercury
astronauts and would be eligible for further space
flights in his new position.
OCTOBER 17
1863: The Union ships, Adela and Tahoma,
shelled Tampa. A number of casualties were
inflicted. On land, Federal troops reached the
Hillsborough River at about 6 a.m. Sighting the
Scottish Chief and the Kate Dale, they set both
ships on fire. The Scottish Chief had a cargo of 156
bales of cotton, while the Kate Dale carried 11
bales. Confederate forces, under the command of
Captain James Westcott, attacked the Federals
later in the evening and killed five soldiers,
wounded 10 and took seven prisoners. Confederate
losses were not reported.
The famed "Cow Cavalry" continued its roundup
of cattle in the Tampa region for movement to
Confederate troops in Virginia and Tennessee.
1887: The disputed claim by the states of Georgia
and Florida to some 1,507,200 acres of land from
Chattahoochee to MacClenny was settled in
Florida's favor by a federal court.
1943: The first discovery of oil in Florida was
announced by officials of the Humble Oil Company
in Fort Myers. After a 30-year search, the company
reached an oil reservoir at 11,700 feet while drilling
at Sunniland in Collier County.
OCTOBER 18
1906: A hurricane hit the Florida Keys and 130
men were killed when 120 miles-per-hour wind
struck construction sites of Henry Flagler's
Overseas Railroad. Long Key was particularly hard
hit. Captain Steve Bravo, a legendary Indian River
steam boat captain who had taken a position with
Flagler's company, was one of the individuals
caught in the storm. He was the captain of the St.
Lucte, which hauled men and supplies to work

!3: The chiefOCmOBsER 90fficer for General
graxton E, Bragg's Army of Tennessee, Major J. F.
Cummings, a 'pealed to Florida Commissary Agent
Major Pleasant W. White for more Florida cattle for
Confederate soldiers fighting in northern Georgia.
He informed White that "Captain Townsend,
assistant commissary of subsistence, having a
leave of absence for 30 days from the Army of
Tennessee, I have prevailed on him to see you and
explain to you my straightened condition and the
imminent danger of our army suffering for want of
b f."
ele976: Cpmpaigning in Miami, Jimmy Carter
outlined his proposed health program, which
would put more emphasis on preventing disease
and injury than in reacting to them. Speaking to
the annual convention of the American Public
Health Association, Carter said "we've stressed
cure and ignored prevention. We've made the
hospital the first line of defense instead of the last."
OCTOBER 20
1921: The Tampa Bay-Tarpon Springs area was
devastated by a hurricane. The tide in Tampa Bay
was 10.5 feet, the barometric pressure was 29.11
inches, and the winds were 100 miles per hour.
OCTOBER 21
1837: Seminole chief Osceola and his party,
camped outside Fort Pepton near St. Augustine
under a flag of truce, were taken prisoner by U.S.
troops.
1905: President Theodore Roosevelt visited
Jacksonville during a one-day visit. Roosevelt
s oke to white students at Central Grammar
School and to African-American students at Florida
Bap9tis2t*Aca Brothers, operators of
Jacksonville's oldest department store (founded in
1867), opened a "block square" store in the St.
James Building on Hemming Park.
OCTOBER 22
1884: A post office at Ruby (the forerunner of
Jacksonville Beach) opened today.
1957: An Army Jupiter (IRBM) Inissile was
successfully fired at Cape Canaveral.


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below the Georgia border.
He received an AA degree
from North Florida Junior
College, a bachelor's degree in
history from Florida State
University and a master's
degree in political science from
the University of South Florida.
He served in Florida local
government administration for
more than 20 years, including
nine as county administrator for
Leon County, before starting
his own business. He and his
wife, Margaret, have lived in
James W. Parrish Tallahassee since 1980.


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October 16-17 2009



P.O. Box 888 123 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, Florida (850) 584-5513

DONALDD.LINCOLN SUSANHLINCOLN
Publisher Managing Editor

DEBBIE CARLTON CAROLYN DuBOSE
Business Manager Advertising Director

ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI LIBBY DENMARK
Staff Writer/Advertising Sales Graphic Arts

MARK VIOLA SARAH WEIRICK
Staff Writer Classified Advertising

The Perry News-Herald (ISSN07470967) is published each Friday by Perry News-
papers, Inc., 123 8. Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347. Subsenptions are $35,00
er ear or $49.00 out of county. Periodicals postage aid at Perry Florida 32348.
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and views on the news. Please submit letters by Monday at 5 p.m. The Taco Times
reserves the right to refuse publication of letters which are libelous or irresponsible.
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Monday, Oct. 19


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James W. Parrish, author of The meeting will begin at 7 Parrish said his "wiregrass
Wiregrass to Appomattox: The p.m. and all interested persons roots run deep as a result of th
Untold Story of the 50th are invited to attend. The author migration of his ancestors fro
Georgia Infantry Regiment, will have books available for Virginia, North Carolina an
CSA," w111 be guest speaker at purchase. South Carolina to souther
the Monday, Oct. 19, meeting Parrish was born in Quitman, Georgia between the late 1700
of the Taylor County Historical Ga., but grew up in Greenville, and mid-1800s. Whil
Society. a small rural community just researching the branches of hi


family tree, he became aware
that two of his maternal great-
great grandfathers served in the
50th Georgia Infantry
Regiment. As he researched his
ancestors' military records, it
became clear that no single
comprehensive source had ever
been written to follow the men
of the 50th Georgia Regiment
from initial organization in
early 1862, to the final
surrender in April 1865.
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long quest to tell the ong
overdue story o e men wo
served m this almost forgotten
regiment, Parrish said.


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1957 Pine Tree FestIval Queen
Many thanks to the sharp-eyed reader who
recognized this photo as that of 1957 Pine Tree
Festival Queen Elizabeth Blume--not 1956 Queen
Carol Smith as reported in our Oct. 2 Perr y
News-Herald. We apologize to both lovely ladies
for our error.


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PSC considers request

from Progress Energy

.for power plant upgrades

Florida's Public Service Commission (PSC) will convene a
special agenda conference today (Friday) to consider costs related
to the construction of Florida Power and Light Company's (FPL)
Turkey Point Units 6 and 7 and Progress Energy Florida's
(Progress) Levy Units 1 and 2.
Costs related to the update of existing nuclear power plants will
also be addressed by the commission.
Progress Energy, which serves Taylor County, filed a petition
seeking recovery of costs associated with the update of their
existing nuclear generating plant at Crystal River, and the
construction of new nuclear power plants, Levy Units 1 & 2.
Completion of these projects will add 2,380 MWs of new nuclear
base load generation to the Progress system.
FPL filed a petition seeking recovery of costs associated with
the update of existing nuclear generating plants Turkey Point Units
3 & 4 and St. Lucie Units 1 & 2, and the construction of new
nuclear power plants, Turkey Point Units 6 & 7.
The hearing will be held at the Betty Easley Conference Center
in Tallahassee, starting at 9:30 a.m.
The meeting is available on-line at www.floridapsc.com by
selecting "Commission Calendar" on the top right of the Web
page.


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TWO DENTISTS
Continued from page 1
The elder Dr. Morgan was
born in Waycross, Ga., and
earned his undergraduate
degree from the University of
Louisville in Kentucky. "The
only thing I ever won in my life
was the draft lottery," he said
chuckling. That draft sent him
to Ft. Knox, Ky., where he
worked as a dental assistant for
the U.S. Army, attending
school on a military
scholarship.
After he finished his tour of
duty, he owed the military four
years of service, so he and wife
Martha (whom he married in
1972) moved to Ft. Polk, La.,
for three-plus years. They were
eyeing Florida for a permanent
residence, favoring the
northern part of the state.
That's when Dr. Jack Walters
was hoping to sell his dentistry
practice in Perry, Fla., so the
opportunity was seized
and Perry became their new
home.
"Dentistry is not the same as
it was when I graduated in the
70s," said the elder Morgan.
"There are new materials and
new techniques--bondings,
implants and porcelains," he
said, naming a few.
"Danny is up on all the
newest developments--more
than I am. He also knows more
of the science behind the
materials than I do," Morgan
said.
But he was quick to add,
"But I teach him things too."
And the son agreed, with a
nod and a chuckle.
"Ninety-five percent of
dentistry is now available in
this office without any referrals
necessary," said Danny,
obviously with pride.
The business end, too, has
benefitted from the son's
return. "I'm computer
illiterate," Lamar admitted,
"but Danny's been able to
help."
The two dentists play off
each others' words--here a
compliment, there a
compliment, and then the
unexpected jab.
Both doctors hunt; both
doctors fish.


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respectively, at the government
owned and operated arsenals.
Richard Gardner, president
of Cheering Ordnance
commented, "The U.S. Army's
award of 100 percent of their
requirements for these two
tactical fuzes is a direct result
of superior teamwork and
excellent product performance
demonstrated under the last
multi-year contract for these
two fuzes. This award positions


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leading producer of
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years to come."
The M201Al and M208
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defense products produced at
MEI for the Department of
Defense. MEI is part of the
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sales in 2008. Chemring is a
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"He just doesn't fish or hunt
as well as I do," Lamar said of
his son, and laughter followed.
The mutual admiration
continued when Danny
offered--on his father's behalf--
a glimpse at Lamar's early
days, growing up in a family of
three boys and three girls. "He
is the only person in his family
to have graduated high school,"
said Danny.
The Morgan family includes
four children: Holly, the
oldest, and then Danny,
followed by Amanda and
finally, Ben.
When asked about the scope
of dentistry in a small
community, the elder Morgan
has an easy answer. "Most of
the patients I treat are
friends--I know these folks,
I've seen them grow up. It is
much more personal," he says.
"That is our goal: to provide the
best treatment for each
individual in the friendliest
atmosphere we can provide."
Danny added, "Our
advertisements aren't usually
*about our business--they are
about supporting the
community, in the newspaper
and in the football programs.
We are more than happy to give
back to the community; we
want to."
"We are not competing with
80 other dentists for business,"
Lamar added.
And Danny agreed. "I like
that I know most of the people
who come through here. They
know me, and have followed
me through school. It's
fun...it's really fun."
Ben, the youngest Morgan, is
currently in school at Danny"s
alma mater Nova
Southeastern, also studying to
become a dentist. If he doesn't
specialize, he could also find
himself as the third Dr. Morgan
at Morgan Family Dentistry.
Does that mean the first Dr.
Morgan will get to retire? "As
long as you like what you're
doing, why should you stop?"
he said in response.
And just in case I missed the
answer, Danny insisted, "He's
never going to retire."
He's just going to hunt more
and fish more?
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RE WARD
On or about Monday nig ht, October 5th'
my 4-wheeler was stolen from my home on
Plantation Road.
It is a hunter green Yamaha Grizzly
700 with front and rear racks.
I am offering a $500 reward for information
leading to the recovery of my 4-wheeler and
the people responsible for taking it.
If you have any information, please contact
me at 584-9245 after 5 p.m.
Thank you.


Autumn Carlee Meacham


Sophia Grace Gonzalez


Taylor Rose Zielinski
Jamie and Beth Zielinski announce the birth of their new
daughter, Taylor. She was born Sept. 28, 2009, at 2:35 p.m., and
weighed 8 pounds, 10 ounces. The new arrival was 21 inches
long.
Maternal grandparents are Teressa Durden of Perry, Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Gore of South Florida, and Marsha Lollis.
The baby's great grandmother is Jackie Mallory of Shady
Grove.
Paternal grandparents are Susan Zielinski of Sorento, and Henry
and Hope of Dudley, Mass.
The baby's great grandfather is Paul Wilga of Dudley Mass, and
the late Rose Wilga.
Taylor Rose was welcomed home by Audrey who is 17, Tyler
who is 14, and Teressa who is 4.
Birth announcements are published free of charge as
space permits. Accompanying pictures are $10. Forms for
these announcements are available at the newspaper
office, 123 S. Jefferson St.


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) Robecco Lamb and Raydon Jamal Parker announce
the birth of their daughter on Sept. 8, 2009.
Matemal grandmother is Jackie Hendry. Matemal
) great greatgrandparents are the late James and
Janice Hendry.
Patemal grandparents are Regino Josie Burney, Willie
) James Bumey
and the late
Emmit Lee Parker.
Paternal great
grandparents are 4
Matte Lewis and
Joe Louis White.
Aunts are Julie,


De'Shyla Sa'Mone
Franklin
Brittney Pigford and Dereke
Franklin Jr. of Perry announce
the birth of their daughter,
De'Shyla Sa'Mone Franklin,
on Aug. 17, 2009, at 4:35 p.m.
in Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital. She weighed 6
pounds, 6 ounces, and was 19
inches long.
Maternal grandparents are
Amy Glover and Calvin
Pigford
The baby's paternal
grandparents are Tonya and
Clint Bell, and Dereke
Franklin Sr.
Landen Kade
Tomlinson
Eddie and Heidi Tomlinson
of Perry announce the birth of
their son, Landen Kade, on
Sept. 29 2009, at 12:09 p.m. in
Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital. He weighed 7
pounds, 6 ounces, and was 20
inches long.
Maternal grandparents are
Jared Hale and Melissa Meyer
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Married 64 yearS
Marlin F. Williams and Iler Merle Fleming Williams
were married Oct. 28, 1945, in the First Baptist
Church of Winter Garden before he was discharged
from the U.S. Navy. The Rev. Albert A. Stuck was the
officiating minister. The couple has two children,
Patricia J. McNeely of Apopka and Gary Lynn Williams
of Perry, as well as six grandchildren, 11 great
grandchildren and one great, great grandchild.
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Master Gardeners Wynne Driscoll and Mary Ann Adams will
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pounds, 5 ounces, and was 19
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daughter, Sophia Grace, on
Aug. 23, 2009, in Winn Army
Community Hospital. She
weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces
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Maternal grandparents are
Loyd and Kimberly All of
Perry. Paternal grandparents
are Juan and Yolando Gonzalez
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No special background or
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commitment is flexible and
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Retired and working
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in making a difference in the
lives of patients and families
facing end-of-life issues and in
supporting the organization.
A volunteer workshop will
be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Patient and family support
volunteer training will provide
an overview of hospice care,
including Covenant's programs
and services and the roles that
volunteers fill.
"This training prepares
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my views of the world," said Weeks. "When I found out that I had won I was very
surprised, but also ecstatic about winning." Weeks said winning has inspired her
to enter other art shows and to continue creating visual art. As for her future... I
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10-yard TD run. Wentworth
ran in the two-point play
to put TCMS up 24-6 at the
half.
Wentworth tossed a 24-yard
pass to Stephens to open the
scoring in the second half.
Rodgers' run for two put TCMS
up 32-6.
After the ensuing kickoff,
Watkins intercepted a Wakulla
pass and returned it to the 29.
Three plays later Wentworth ran
it in from 9 yards out. Rodgers


run for two put the Bulldogs on
top 40-6.
Taylor County got it right
back after Rodgers intercepted
the ball at the War Eagle 31. A
few plays later he ran it in from
23 yards out to put the 'Dogs on
top 46-6.
Wakulla made a late score to
make the final 46-14.
TCMS will host Wakulla
Riversprings Tuesday at
Dorsett Stadium beginning at
6 p.m.


The Taylor County Middle
School football team raised
its record to 3-2 on the year
after defeating Suwannee 14-8
Tuesday in Live Oak.
The Bulldogs battled the Live
Oak team to a scoreless first
half but Suwannee came out in
the third quarter and blocked a
TCMS punt and returned it 40
yards for a touchdown.
The two-point conversion put
Suwannee on top 8-0.
TCMS came right back,
however, with a ?-play, 71 yard
drive capped off by a 12-yard
pass from quarterback Daniel
Wentworth to Chance Rodgers,
Wentworth's pass to Moral
Stephens for the two-point play
tied the game at 8-8.
The Bulldog defense then
held Suwannee on their ensuing
drive and TCMS took over on
their own 28 with 6:45 left in
the game.
Taylor County then put
together a time-consuming 17-
play, 72-yard drive with Javohs
McNeal running the final yard
into the endzone with just 18
seconds left in the contest.
Suwannee's last ditch effort
to score ended when Stephens
intercepted a pass.
Tuesday's win was the second
for TCMS in less than a week.
Last Thursday the Bulldogs
hosted Wakulla and came away
with a 46-14 win.
TCMS started the scoring
witha51-yarddrivefinishedoff
with a two-yard run by McNeal,
Wentworth's pass to Rodgers


was good for the two-point
conversion,
Wakulla answered right back
with a 55-yard kickoff return for
a touchdown making the score
8-6
The 'Dogs then put together
a 62-yard drive with Wentworth
running in the final five yards.
His pass to Rodgers put the
Bulldogs up 16-6.
Just before the half, Jermaine
Watkins intercepted a pass at the
Wakulla 24 setting up McNeal's


fishing with live pinfish under
Ca s.had three keepers from

1 p.m. until 3 p.m. and then
finished our limit in an hour. All
our trout came from 3.5 to 4 feet
of water while our two reds were
in 2.5 feet of water, late
Jeff Dillard of Lake I ark, Ga.,
brought his son Dustin Saturday
and we managed 11 trout with
three over 23 inches including a
24.5 inch gator trout for Jeff.
We started at 1:30 p.m. and
had only two trout at 3:30 then
brought in 9 more keepers with
the three over 20 inches in an
hour's time!
Keaton Beach Marina reported
that Jerome and Jean Harnage of
Adel, Ga., fished Wednesday and
Thursday and had a limit of 10
trout. Then on Friday they had
4 trout with one measuring 26
inches.
This pair also had four reds
in the three days to go with the
Specks. Jerome said they used
cutbait and Gulp under a Cajun
Thunder to catch their fish from
3-4 feet of water.


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onemeorecast@gicom.net t trips
on board One More Cast this
ast week, with limits of trout
and redfish all caught on live
infish, pigfish and squirrelfish
ded der C Th nders
sd nths fruonm 2.5 tnto Su5 feet
of water
The full moon and cooler
water had the better-sized trout
in less than 3 feet of water earlier
last week on the moon, however
with the August--like weather
the trout moved back off the hill
to 4-5 foot depths by Sunday.
I took Larry and Steven Cook
of Powder Springs, Ga., out
Tuesday and Wednesday and we
caught some great limits of trout
including three over 20 inches
each day!
Larry caught a 21-inch redfish
with 30 spots on it! It was a boat
record for One More Cast (16 on
one side and 14 on the other).
Friday, I had Darlene Chan
and Marsha Jarrell of Ft. White
/ and we had a great trip landing
15 trout and two reds while


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used or stored on state waters
except vessels lawfully stored
at a dock or marina.
Boaters who damage coral
reefs are required to notify the
Department of Environmental
Protection. In addition, boaters


who damage coral reefs are
required to cooperate with that
department to remove their
vessels and to assess and restore
the coral reef.
To learn more about Florida's
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card. Anyone born on or after
Jan. 1, 1988 and purchases a
boat will have 90 days from
the purchase date to obtain a
boating safety identification
card.
Another prohibited activity
is placement and use of a
waterway marker that does not
conform to the U.S. Aids to
Navigation System and does not
have an FWC permit. It's also
unlawful for boaters to moor to
government-placed waterway
markers or lawfully placed
waterway markers except in
emergency situations or with
written consent of the marker's
owner.
Also, it is illegal to possess
or operate a vessel with
nonconforming or unapproved
gasoline containers or to
transport gasoline in an
unventilated or improperly
ventilated compartment.
Laws regarding titling,
numbering and registration now


New laws aimed at boating
safety and protecting natural
resources are m effect. The
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) and other law
enforcement agencies
throughout state are out to alert
Floridians to new laws and
enhancements to existing laws
that deal with boating under
the influence, boating safety
education, waterway markers,
possession of gasoline on a
vessel and destruction of coral.
The enhanced penalty for BUI
is the same as it is for driving
under the influence. The blood-
alcohol level or breath-alcohol
level of 0.20 that was a violation
in the past has changed to
0.15.
Beginning Jan. 1, 2010, any
boater born on or after Jan. 1,
1988 will be required to take an
approved boating safety course
and possess an FWC-issued
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est season bag limit of one gallon of claws
s in Florida per person or two gallons per
ay, Oct. 15. vessel, whichever is less.
emain open More information regarding
the recreational harvest of stone
must be at crab claws is available online at
in length to MyFWC.com/Rules (click on
y, and claws "Fishing Saltwater").
from egg- Commercial stone crab
tone crabs. regulations and licensmg
vesters are information is also available
to five stone online at the same location.


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Sunday School 9:00 a.m, Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
TraditionalWorship10:0Qa.m. YouthActivitiesGi0tip.n.
Choir 7:15p.m.


Church of God invites all
The Proclaimers Quartet will sing at Perry's First Church of God
on Friday, Oct. 16, at 7 p.m.
The church is located at 1915 North U.S. 221.
For additional information, phase call 584-7992.
New Beginning sells oxtail dinnerS
New Beginning Church will be selling oxtail dinners on
Saturday, Oct. 17, beginning at 11 a.m. "until everything is gone."
The price will be $8.50, with proceeds benefitting church projects.
The church is located on Highway 98 West, in the old crab
house. For additional information, please contact Pastor Carrie C.
White at 223-2165.


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of arrangements.
Mar ie M. Wilder
Sheffield
Margie M. Wilder Sheffield,
87, of Chattanooga, Tenn.,
formerly of Perry, died Oct. 6,
2009.
She was preceded in death by
her husbands, Martin Luke
Wilder and Euscal Sheffield;,
:-=.as three sisters and two
Survivors include: her

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two grandchildren; and two
great grandchildren; as well as
many meces an nep ews.
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held Thursday, Oct. 22, at
Woodlawn Cemetery at 11 a.m.
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Anniversaries bring celebrations!
Little St. John is celebrating anniversaries for its church and
pastor, and you're invited.
The Pastor's Anniversary Banquet will be held Saturday, Oct. 17,
at 6:30 p.m. at Loughridge Park. Donations of $10 are requested.
The Church and Pastor Anhiversary Service will be on Sunday,
Oct. 18, led by Elder John Howell of Holy Faith Tabernacle at 11
a.m., and Pastor hell Montgomery, of Springhill Missionary
Baptist Church, at 3 p.m. with combined community choir.
Men's Day is Sunday
Elder Antonio Davis and New Jerusalem PriMitive Baptist
Church will observe Men's Day on Sunday, Oct. 18, at 11 a.m.
Choir rehearsal is tonight (Oct. 16) at 7 p.m.
vanressiv.,onoe<.x
Lakeside Baptist Church will hold a Fall Festival on Saturday,
Oct. 31, from 5 until 7 p.rn. What can you exJiect? Well, a
moonwalk, a cake walk, games, cartoons, a hay ride, a candy
scramble, and all kinds of food.
The church invites everyone "to come, bring the children and
enjoy the festivities."


Ronnie Dale Rhodes
Ronnie Dale Rhodes, 57, of
Jena, died at his home Oct. 12,
2009.
Born in Conway, S.C., Mr.
Rhodes moved to Jena in 1970.
He worked for the Florida
Division of Forestry, retiring in
2006 after 25 years. He served
in the U.S. Army and was a
member of the Masonic Lodge
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today, Oct. 16, at 11 a.m. at the
Jena Pentecostal Holiness


Jayce DuBose with wife Candice and son Harrison


0 rd in ation service

10r DuBose Sunday

Jayce DuBose will be ordained into the ministry on Sunday, Oct.
18, at 7 p.m. in a service at New Home Baptist Church.
DuBose, the son of Tommy and Sherri DuBose of Perry, is
married to Candice (Kearney) and the father of one son, Harrison
Kade, who is eight months old.
By unanimous vote, he was asked to serve as pastor of the First
Baptist Church in Greenville. "I accepted the call with no
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fact that his family owns
property nearby.
If the commission had
approved the petition, the
county would have abandoned
15.5 feet of right-of-way on
each side on Ezell Beach
Drive for a distance of 500 feet
and converted that portion of
roadway to a one-way street.
The abandoned property would
have reverted to the adjacent 18
landowners.
The abandonment would
have left 35 feet of right-of-way
for Ezell Beach Drive.
"A 35-foot width has been
determined by the Technical
Review Committee (TRC) to
be the minimum area necessary
for improvement of a one
way street," County Planning
Director Danny Griner said.
The request would have
directly impacted 18 lots and
signatures of the lot owners were
submitted with the application.
According to Griner, the issue
dates back to 1993's Storm of
the Century, which destroyed
scores of homes along the
Taylor County coast and killed
10 people here.
Prior to the storm, many of
the homes along both sides
of Ezell Beach Drive were
actually built out over the water.
Due to Federal Emergency
Management Agency
regulations, any structure that is
more than 50 percent destroyed
by an event must be rebuilt to the
current flood plain regulations,
Those structures with less than
50-percent damage are allowed
to be rebuilt to their original
condition.
County, state and federal
land development regulations,
however, precluded those who
had suffered the most damage
from rebuilding over the water.
Griner said there were similar
cases at Dekle Beach as well.
He added that the county's
regulations must meet minimum
federal standards and in most
cases they have been set at those
minimums.
As for the property owners,
they were left without dry land
to rebuild.
"The property lines in most
instances are on the water's
edge," Griner said.
On Ezell Beach Drive the
right-of-way in many cases
meets the edge of or extends out


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Attorney Conrad Bishop replied
that the board "would be within
the law either way."
"I don't know what the right
decision is," Page said. "I feel
very strongly for these folks."
He said he felt those for
and against were about evenly
divided, adding that he was
concerned about the cost of
rebuilding the roadway.
This is the toughest decision
since I've been on the board,
Parker said.
When Parker asked for a
motion on the issue, wiggins
motioned to deny the petition.
Page seconded and the measure
passed 4-0 with Houck
abstaining. ,,
'I don't feel good about it'
Parker said after his vote.
"Neither do it," Page said.


Georgia, said the county owns
the land inside the water line
and the property owners are not
allowed to use the property out
from the line.
"So we own nothing, but
we've been paying taxes for
26 years," he said. The petition
would be a "fair solution," he
added.
Another property owner said
he owns enough dry land to
park his RV, but he cannot get
electricity or sewer service.
Michael Lynn, who owns
property nearby, said he
supportedthepetition."Itwould
be selfish to say you can't have
something I have," he saxd.
Property owner Delores
Sumner said she would have
taken part in the petition, but
ti neighboring landowner did
not, which precluded her from
joining.
"We would love to see this
happen," she said.
Amy Hendry said she was not
a resident, but was the daughter
of Larry Hendry. She questioned
what kind of precedent the
closure would set and objected
to it in particular, saying it
would turn the neighborhood
into a "trailer park."
During the course of the
debate, it turned personal at
times, with neighbors making
accusations against one another
about past and present right-of-
way violations.
Once the public comment
portion of the hearing
concluded, the commissioners
began their own debate.
Commission Chairman
Rudolph Parker said the county


into the marshland.
"Essentially, the don't have
any property," Griner said.
"Their intent was to obtain
enough property to be able to
park a recreational vehicle on
their property," he said.
At last week's hearing, Doyle
Padgett represented the 18
petitioners.
He began his presentation by
pointing out that a number of
county roadways in the area are
even narrower than 35 feet,
Padgett reiterated the
situation in which the property
owners had found themselves
where they could not build on
their property. In addition to
giving them some dry land, he
said it would also allow them to
have utilities such as electricity
and sewer run to their property.
Padgett said they had been
told when the coastal sewer
project was announced that they
would be able to have sewer
service, but riow they cannot
because a grinder pump cannot
be installed on county right-of-
way,
"There are two grinder pumps
and two service poles on the
strip of land and both will have
to be removed because they are
on the county right-of-way,"
Padgett said in his petition.
"Anywhere you park you are on
county property."
Commissioner Malcolm Page
asked whether the existing
roadway follows the exact
center of the right-of-way line.
County Administrator Jack
Brown said the county would
have to rebuild portions of the
roadway where it veered too far
to one side and would need to
factor the costs involved.
Ezell Beach Drive resident
Larry Hendry spoke against
the abandonment, saying there
would be no public benefit
and calling the petition "self-
serving."
He handed the commission
a number of signatures from
other neighbors opposed to the
-proposal.
Hendry also questioned the
idea of inalong a portion"ol"it
roadway that was essentially
a loop into a one-way street.
He continued that the existing
culverts along the proposed
section would then be on private
property and asked whose
responsibility it would be to
maintain them.
One of the petitioning
landowners, who resides in


Rotary walking
Karen Tidwell (right) with Taylor Medical Center and
Taylor Dental spoke Tuesday at the Perry Rotary Club,
giving members a final update on the recently held
Taylor County Walks event. She had spoken to the club
before the kick-off and had encouraged everyone to
take part. With more than 1 4 million steps counted by
some 300 walkers during the six-week event, Tidwell
said they had far exceeded their goals, both in steps
and in the number of walkers. She said plans are already
underway to make next year's event even better.
Shown above with Tidwell is Rotary President Penny
Staffne*


The employment rates in both
Taylor County and statewide
remained almost level in
August, with the county's rate
continuing to rest just below the
state level.
The county's unemployment
rate remained at 10.5 percent
for the month, according to
numbers released by the Agency
for Workforce Innovation (AWI)
recently. The rate represented
979 unemployed out of a labor
force of 9,358.
In July 2008, the county's
unemployment rate was 7.1
percent.
Also staying level was the
number of initial unemployment
claims in Taylor County, with
135 initial claims made August,
the same number made in July.
For the month, Taylor had
the 36th highest unemployment
out of Florida 67 counties, the
first time in several months in
which the county rose on the
list. In July, the county had the
37th highest rate. Thirty-nine
counties reported rates 10.0
percent or above, down from 41
in July.
WhileTaylor'sunemployment
rate stayed the same in August,
all of its neighbors' rates
fell for the month. Dixie and
Madison counties had higher
unemployment rates with
11.9 and 11.5 percent, falling
0.5 and 0.4 percentage points
respectively. After Taylor,
Jefferson County followed with
8.2 (a drop of 0.7 percentage
points) and Lafayette County
with 7.0 (a drop of 0.6).


Florida's seasonally adjusted
unemployment rate for
August was 10.7 percent. This
represented 984,000 jobless out
of a labor force of 9,194,000.
The unemployment rate was
nearly unchanged from the
revised July rate of 10.8 percent
and was up 4.2 percentage
points from the August 2008
rate.
The state's unemployment
rate was 1.0 percentage point
higher than the national
unemployment rate of 9.7
percent. The last time the
unemployment rate was higher
than the past three months was
October 1975 when it was 11.0
percent.
Florida's total nonagricultural
employment in August was
7,348,400, representing a job
loss of 372,700, or -4.8 percent
compared to August 2008. This
was steeper than the national
rate of decline for August which
was -4.3 percent over the year.
The August job loss continued
the trend of annual declines
that began in August 2007. The
downturn started with declines
in construction jobs, but has
now spread to almost all other
major industries.
"The relative stability of
Florida's unemployment rate
over the past few months is
encouraging. We anticipate
improvement in Florida's job
market in the second quarter of
next year and are already seeing
glimmers of hope to that effect,"
said AWI Director Cynthia R.
Lorenzo.


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beside the library, which is
located at 403 N.
Washington St.


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Wynne Driscoll (left) is shown caring for broccoli
plants in her square foot garden project, while
Martha Frostick (above) checks out the onion plants
in her plot.
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Come Saturday to Community Garden!


Perry's Community Garden is
located at 800 W. Ash St., on
the grounds of the Taylor Senior
Citizens Center (formerly
Gladys Morse Elementary
School).


which can be taken for cold
protection or establishing raised
beds,
Refreshments and prizes are
promised.
Applications will be taken for


bed plots "at the very
reasonable price of $15 per
growing season," said Tish
Whitfill. "Where else can you
get a deal like that?" Irrigation
is provided.


Events get underway at
9 a.m. with demonstrations
planned to showcase the
techniques of hydroponic
gardening and square foot
gardening, as well as measures


Taylor County's Master
Gardeners are within days of
their much anticipated Field
Day which will introduce the
Perry Community Garden to the
public this Saturday.


are very excited to have this
opportunity to represent a
company like Moon P1e and
for the Florida State
Bluegrass Festival to be
involved, Taylor said. For
more formation, please call
the chamber at 584-5366.


Coordinator Dawn Taylor
said.
Girls between the ages of
five and seven can have their
parents sign them up at the
chamber office beginning
Nov. 18.
"We plan for this to be a


fun experience for both the
children and their parents.
Children will have the
opportunity to dress up in
what they feel represents
bluegrass to them as well as
gowns for the questionnaire
portion of the pageant. We


Bluegrass Festival at parades
and functions throughout
North Florida.
Sponsored by Moon Pie
and the Chamber of
Commerce, this event will
kick off the ever growing
Florida State Bluegrass


Festival held each year.
"Our crowned Moon Pie
Princess and her court of
'Bluegrass Sweethearts' will
be at the Florida State
Bluegrass Festival
representing the festival as
well as Moon Pie, Inc.,"


The Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce has
announced that it will hold
the first Moon Pie Princess
Pageant in March 2010.
The winner of the Moon
Pie Princess competition will
represent the Florida State


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OcT. 16
Alabama singer, song writer
and folk singer Bob Corley will
perform from 7:30 to 10 p.m. at
The Frog and The Hummingbird
Co. & Butterfield's Roadhouse in
Sopchoppy.There is a $5 cover
and reservations are strongly
suggested. For more information,
call 850-962-2583.
OCT. 28
The Tallahassee-Leon County
Civic Center will play host to Lyle
Lovett and His Large Band at 8
p.m. Lovett is a four-time Grammy
winner and his career includes 13
albums and more than four million
records sold.Tickets for the
concert cost between $25 to
$70 and can be purchased by
calling 800-322-3602 or online
at www.ticketmaster.com. For
more information, visit www.ticcc.
org.


Oct. 16-18
The Tallahassee Little Theatre's
Coffeehouse Series presents a
production of "Bug." Remaining
showlimes include Oct.16-17 at
8 p.m. with a 2 p.m. matinee on
Oct.18.Tickets are $12 each.
For more information, visit www.
tallahasseelittletheatre.org.
OCT. 16-17
The Young Actors Theatre and
Attic Players present "The
Princess and the Pea." Follow
Prince Peter as he searches for a
"true princess." Remaining show
times are: Friday Oct.16 at 9:30
and 11 a.m., and Saturday, Oct.

m.ath9): a. 11 a.m.andel
is located at 609 Glenview Dr.in
Tallahassee. Due to the popularity
of Attic Players performances,
seating can only be guaranteed
for those who have made


advance reservations. All tickets
are $5.00 To make reservations,
call the box office at 850-386-
6602.
OCT. 23-Nov.1
The Florida State University
School of Theatre presents the
classic musical"On The Town,"
which tells the story of three
sailors--Gabey, Chip, and Ozzie
--who have only one day to see
the sights, win the girls, and paint
the Big Apple red before heading
out to war. The show features
the music of Leonard Bernstein.
Showtimes will be Oct. 23-24 and
Oct.28-31 at 8 p.m. with 2 p.m.
matinees on Oct.25 and Nov.1.
Tickets are $20 for adults, $18
for seniors and $10 for college
students and youth 17 and under,
For to purchase tickets, call 850-
644-6500 or visit online at tickets.
fsu.edu.


Oct. 24
The Tallahassee Symphony
Orchestra opens its 2009-10
season with "A Bohemian Life,"
examining life's struggles seen
through the hearts of gypsies
and forlorn lovers, and its power
and romance.The concert will
feature ZoltAn Koddly's "Galanta
Dances"; Gustav Mahler's

aug la wa re tah Moand
Antonin Dvorak "Symphony No.
7 in D minor, Op.70."Tickets for
the concert, which will be held in
Bradfordville First Baptist Church
II be $25 to $35.T ch
wi o pur ase,
tickets call 850-644-6500 or visit
tickets.f d


0 16-18
CT. .
The Paralounge Drum Gathenng
is a weekend journey around the
world of percussion and organic


music at the Cerveny Conference
Center in Live Oak.The event will
include workshops and vendors'
as well as live entertainment
from World Collision, The Lost
Safari Drummers, Tampa Talko
and The Beat Bombers. For more
information, visit online at www.
paralounge.net or call 386-658-
2444.
OCT 16-18
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The Stephen Foster Folk Culture
Center State Park will celebrate
the 21st anniversary of the
Suwannee River Quilt Show
and Sale with more than 200
quilts of all sizes and shapes on
display during the three-day show.
Admission is $3 per person. For
more information or to learn how
to enter a quilt into the show,
call toll free 877-635-3655 or
visit www.FloridaStateParks.org
stephenfoster.


Oct. 21
The festival carnival opens on
Industrial Drive. Pre-sale tickets
are on sale through Tuesday
for $12 each at the Chamber of
Commerce, a savings of $8 over
the price at the gate.The carnival
will run through Saturday, Oct.24.
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Oct. 23
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Scary Stones will be told at the
Graystone at 5 p.m., followed
by the Kids' Parade around the
courthouse square at 6:30 p.m.

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like included in our entertainment calendar of
events, please contact us at 850-584-55 I 3 or
e-mail mark@perrynewspapers.com.


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can only be guaranteed for
those who have made advance
reservations.
The Young Actors Theatre is
located at 609 Glenview Dr. in
Tallahassee. Reservations can
be made by calling 850-386-
6602; the box office will be
open 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily.
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of the oldest independent
youth theatre programs in the
country, is celebrating its 34th
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Thompson, a Columbia artist,
was recently invited to the
Grande 01e Opry for his first
performance at the venue on
Sept. 19. His first single, "Beer
on the Table," is now out with
a CMT video. Also performing
will be North Florida's Mike
Mullis and his band WhooWhee,
and the award-winning Mercy
Mountain Band.
For more information about
the event, including a complete
line-up, call the SOSMP at 386-
364-1683 or go online to www.
musicliveshere.com.


Country legend Willie
Nelson is coming to the Spirit
of the Suwannee Music Park
(SOSMP) this weekend for
the inaugural Down On The
Suwannee Music Festival.
The festival, which runs
today (Friday) and Saturday,
Oct. 16-17, will also feature
country sensation James Otto
("Since You Brought It Up" and
"Just Got Started Lovin' You").
Big Kenny of Big & Rich, Josh
Thompson, David Cooler ("The
Dog Huntin' Man"), Mike
Mullis ("Gator Chomp") and
Mercy Mountain Band.
Otto will kick off the festival
tonight with Nelson headlining
Saturday.
Tickets are available by
calling 386-364-1683, visiting
online at www.musicliveshere.
com, or through Ticketmaster at
Ticketmaster.com or 800-745-
3000.
Weekend general admission
is $82 ($90 gate) and includes
admission for Friday and
Saturday. Saturday-only general
admission is $66.65 ($75 gate).
VIP weekend admission
is $155.40 ($175 gate). This
includes a special show seating
area, one meal on Saturday,
reduced beverages and free
parking both days.
VIP for Saturday only is
$118.30 ($140 gate) and
includes special show seating
area, one meal Saturday,
reduced beverages and free
parking Saturday.
No refunds on tickets; shows
are rain or shine. Prices do
not include camping or other
accommodations. Children
under the age of 18 must be
accompanied by an adult
Children under the age of 12
will be admitted to the general
admission area free of charge
when accompanied.by.an adyll
Nelson has become an
American icon in country
music with his signature braids
and head rag outfit known the
world over. With such albums
as "Without A Song." "City
of New Orleans. Shotgun
Willie,""RedHeaded Stranger.
"Wanted: The Outlaws."
"Stardust" and his newest.
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who have received Grammy
nominations and had multiple
hit songs such as "Save A Horse
(Ride A Cowboy)." His new
album is "The Quiet Times ofa
Rock and Roll Farmboy."
Country music sensation
Otto is expected to sing his
new single "Since You Brought
It Up," from his forthcoming
new album. This is his second
performance at the SOSMP. In
2008 he performed his number
one single, "I Just Got Started
Loving You," at the Suwannee
River Jam,


throwing everything away to do it is not.
I can now, for the first time in my life, honestly
say I understand the rules to roller derby (not to
mention knowing there are rules).
Since Barrymore has pretty much grown up
in the Hollywood establishment, I was surprised
how much of a "indy-film" feel "Whip It" has for
her first time behind the camera. Everything from
the cinematography (by Robert D. Yeoman) to
the song choices, enhances the already enjoyable
story. It's interesting that
although the film presumably
takes place in present day, it
has a late-80s/early 90s feel
to it,
With Page in the lead, it is
hard not to compare "Whip
It" to her last success, "Juno."
Here, however, the dialogue
and characters feel more
realistic than they did in
, Diablo Cody's "Juno" script
(not that that was a bad thing).
Page finds a balance
between her portrayal of the
somewhat geeky Bliss and
her roller derby alter-ego
Babe Ruthless. It would have
been easy to fall into her Juno
character, but she manages to
keep Bliss all her own.
Barrymore takes a relative
backseat in the acting department, playing Bliss'
teammate Smashley Simpson. It's not overly
surprisingly since she probably wanted to spend
as much time in the directors' chair for her first
outing. Kristen Wiig, Zoe Bell and "Eve" round
out Bliss' team, while Andrew Wilson is her
coach. Jimmy Fallon is hDariously over-the-top
as the roller derby announcer: -
"Whip It" doesn't break much new ground
in the "coming-of-age" drama genre, but its
somewhat unique setting inside the world of
roller derby, as well as a strong story and the solid
directorial debut from Barrymore helps it stand
out in this crowded month.
The movie is rated PG-13 for sexual content
including crude dialogue, language and drug
material.


I think just about everyone who has grown
up in a small town has hit a period in their teens
in which the small town atmosphere becomes
stifling and claustrophobic.
Some people desire a move out to bigger (and
presumably better) pursuits. Some find themselves
a creative outlet for their frustrations. Others find
a less productive and more self-destructive path.
A few manage to do all three.
In "Whip It," the directorial debut of Drew
Barrymore, the small town
is Bodeen, Texas, a relatively
short drive from Austin. The
teen is Bliss Cavendar (Ellen
Page, "Juno"), who, for the
lack of anything better to do,
allows her mother (Marcia
Gay Harden, "Damages") to
enter her into pageant after
pageant.
Bliss goes to school, works
as a waitress at a local diner
and hangs out with her
friend Pash (Alia Shawkat,
"Arrested Development").
That is, until one day she's
in Austin and sees a flyer for
the local roller derby league.
She and Pash sneak away to
catch an exhibition game, and
Bliss realizes she may have
found her outlet. Invited to
tryouts, she discovers that what she lacks in skills
or even knowledge of the rules, she makes up
with a natural ability to skate fast.
Embraced by her new "family," Bliss must do
her best to keep a secret, because obviously roller
derbyis not most parents' dream come true as far
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9 Screenwriter Shauna Cross, a roller derby
athlete herself,.adapted the screenplay from her
own novel, "Derby Girl," keeping the movie
skating forward during its two-hour length. The
story is a nice coming-of-age tale that paints roller
derby in a more positive light than it's probably
used to getting, but also shows the dangers of
teenagers acting recklessly just for the sake of it.
Overall it strikes a nice balance of showing that
pursuing your dreams is a good goal, but how


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The Young Actors Theatre
and Attic Players are presenting
"The Princess and the Pea" this
weekend in Tallahassee.
Follow Prince Peter as he
searches for a "true princess."
She must be able to feel a small
pea through twenty mattresses.
The search for a royal princess
carries Peter through a host of
exciting adventures that will
entertain youngsters from start
to finish.
The Young Actors Theatre's
Attic Players is an interactive
theatre experience for toddlers


and pre-school aged children.
The participatory productions
introduce children to the joys
and benefits of live theatre. The
production allows for active
participation of the audience
including rhythm, counting and
imagination games. The length
of the show is approximately 60
minutes.
Remaining showtimes are
today (Friday) at 9:30 and 11
a.m.; and Saturday, Oct. 17, at
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1 and 2 bedroom Condos for Rent.
$550-$700+utilities.Includedinprice-
Cable, internet and hot tub in
Steinhatchee. Call 1-352-498-7740.
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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
$53,900, 223-3369.
9/18-10/21



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.


Hay for sale. Buy 5 rolls or more $35
per roll. Contact Iris at 584-8885.
10/14-10/30
12X35 1 bed park model, shingle roof,
awnings over window, vinyl siding,
stove, refrigerator, steps, lots of room,
must see. $6,000. 850-578-2448 or
407-620-4307.
10/7-10/16
Brand new Sears Kenmore washer
(have receipt) will sell $175.2 Whiripool
dryers; 1 $60, 1 $85, brand new in box
digital converter magnavox $35,
country blue wing back chair great
condition $50 matching loveseat and
chair excellent shape. $50 for set,
Eagle bow & arrow set, all accessories
plus extra nice carry case $119. OBO.
Call 838-1797 or 672-9132.
10/9-10/16
2003 Yamaha gas, 4-seater, lifted golf
cart. Custom paint job, big tires,
chrome rims. A real eye catcher. Runs
great. First $2,800. 850-578-2448 or
407-620-4307
10/7-10/16

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Looking for a rental. Must be clean and
in good area. Must allow my children
and two well kept Chihuahua's. At least
two bedrooms, preferably outside city
limits. Call 843-8613.
10/14-10/16
Need Cash?
Got Junk?
Got Junk Cars, Truck?
I buy Scrap Metals!! .
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
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WANTED: Zone 2, Single wide, mobile
home. 2 BD/2BA. Reasonable. 478-
453-2053 or 478-456-3940.
10/9-10/21


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Chickens for sale Fancy Bantums,
Golden sex-links and some Rhode
Island Reds. Call Ann at 223-1697.
10/14-10/21



Used & repo mobile homes. Prestige
Home Centers Chiefland, Open on
Sunday 12 to 5. 800-477-2492 or 352-
493-2492
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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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Financing available! Call for your free
credit check today Open Sundays 12
to 5.1-800-477-2492 or 352-493-2492.
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(even if you still owe money on your
property) Call Prestige Home Centers.
Open on Sundays 12 to 5. 800-477-
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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
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Camper special. $125 week, lights &
water included. Sleeps up to six, pets
welcome. 850-838-1589.
10/16-10/23
Taking applications for:
2 bedroom/1 bath $300 deposit $375
rent; 1 bedroom/1 bath $300 deposit
$350 rent. References required. All
homes set up in Everetts Mobile Home
Park, water, sewer and garbage
included in rent. Apply in person
Monday through Wednesday, ask for
Ms. Betty 584-7094.
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For rent: 2 bedroom and 1 bathroom
house located in a quiet neighborhood.
Call 850-294-9245 or 850-445-5837.
10/14-10/16
Downtown small office building with a
display window for rent or sale. 114 S.
JeffersonSt.CallSawgrassRealtyLLC
850-223-2370.
10/14tfSR
For rent: 2 Bed/1 BA House. Central
Heat/AC, Corner lot, WID hook up.
Small pets allowed. $600 month. Call
850-443-9642.
10/14-10/21
Clean 2 bedroom 1 bath, mobile home.
Large carport, city water off 98 $450
per month. First, last and $250 security.
727-433-4514.
10/14-10/23
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Furnished 1 bedroom trailer for rent.
Utilities included. 1 or 2 adults. No
children, no pets. $150 per week plus
$150 deposit. Call 584-2199.
10/14-10/23
3? BR/2 BA D.W located in quiet
neighborhood near hospital and sports
complex. Proof of income required. No
pets, $650 month, $650 security
deposit. Ph. 386-776-2405.
10/9-10/16

Fully furnished, remolded apartment
for rent. Microwave, DVD/TV, stove and
refrigerator. Utilities include light, cable,
garbage and water. $150 per week or
$600month.$100deposit.Nopetsor
smoking.850-926-3613 or 850-519-
3442.
10/9-11/4
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
Furnished 2 room apartment for rent.
One or two adults only, no children, no
pets. Utilities & satellite TV, $150 per
week plus $150 security deposit. Call
584-2199.
10/7-10/16
3 BD/2 BA house, near Keaton Beach,
$850 month + security.includes utilities.
Adults only, pets extra. 850-843-1882.
Leave message.
10/16-11/13
For rent available Nov. 15. 2 BD/2 BA
house near Keaton Beach. $750 +
security. Includes utilities. Adults only.
Pets extra. 850-843-1882. Leave
message.
10/16-11/13


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Yard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. 1104 N.
Allen St. off W. Ash St. Exercise bike,
Chair, lamps, toys, clothes, shoes, misc.
items,
10/16
Susie's Big Yard Sale! 1130 S. Fair Rd.
Follow signs, from BP and Nature
Coast Eye Care. Saturday, 8 a.m. 1
p.m. Fireplace, BBQ grill, clothes,
purses, Dooney and Burke, dishes,
Lots of stuff. '
10/16
Three Family Yard sale. 105 EL
Primeros Drive. (Behind Nature Coast)
Saturday, 7:30 a.m. There will be
furniture, pictures, comforter sets, boys
and girls clothing and a TV...and a
whole lot more!!!
10/16

Yard sale ads are $5.00 for 25 words
or less and $0.10 each additional
word. The deadline for Friday's paper
is Wednesday by 5:00 p.m. Call 584.
5513 to place an ad using your Visa
or Masterca rd

Yard sale Saturday, Oct.17, at 218 N.
Orange St. Collectibles, housewares
and garden items available. Sale starts
at 7 a.m. We are located at the corner
of Orange and Bay Streets.
10/16
inside Yard Sale at 502 N. Center St.
Saturday 8 a.m. ? Corner of Lafayette
and Center Streets. (on the one way
street.)
10/16
Yard sale Saturday, 8 a.m. 12 noon.
202 E. Veterans Dr. Rocking horse,
playpen, boy's bike, toys, clothes,
ladies Sz 10-12, misc.household items.
Woodworking tools.
10/16
3-family yard sale Saturday, Saturday
7:30 a.m.- 12 noon.
1503. No Calhoun Street. Collectibles,
antiques, clothing, dishes, what-nots,
furniture, etc..Donoughts and coffee
with youtpurchase while they last.
10/16

Going out of business sale.0ct.17. All
Iawn mowers and equipment must be
sold.To much to list.11x5ft. work trailer,
chain hoist, compressor, all sales cash
and final, come early! Also yard sale
items.112 Crit Jones Dr.584-2001.
10/16
Multi-family yard sale Saturday, Oct.17,
7 a.m. 12 noon. Corner of Jefferson
(Hwy. 221) and Elm Streets. No early
birds please.
10/16
Moving Yard Sale 513 E. Lafayette St.
(Off Center St.) Everything must go!
Disney princess toddler bed, rocker,
table and chairs set, Dora the Explorer
Chair and wooden desk, curtains, new
small weight bench, Jeep stroller,
Household items: dishes, rugs, carpet
cleaner, storage, tons of toys, books,
female aduk clothes/shoes, tons of new
jeans, clothes, and jackets (2T, ST, 4T),
s ,gi26,7,8&9 levsio VdD
Saturday, Oct.17, 2009 8 a.m.- 7
10/16

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decor, etc.
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and other stuff.
10/16

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Dixie, across from apartments. Nice
maternity clothes (8 months old), baby
gear, sing, seat, sling, glider
w ottoman, baby 4T clothes girl, some
10/16


Land for sale, 221 North between
Shiloh Church Rd. and CaIro Parker
Rd.1 acre lots with paved roads.Owner
financing available. Please call (386)
658-1346 or (850) 584-7466.
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REDUCED/BELOW APPRAISAL
iST TIME BUYERS STIMULUS
ENDING SOON! Brick 3BD/2BA,
covered patio, carport, barn with floor
and electric. Landscaped, fenced yard,
corner lot with 1.76 acres. Cemented
sidewalks and circular drive. New roof,
new hot water heater, commercial
grade carpet, cabinet galore! Great
location. Must see @ 3281 Sullivan
Road, corner of Houck Road, Perry,
$129,500. Call 584-9486 or 407-791-
0246.
10/7-10/30

Newly remodeled 4 bd/2 ba with
computer room, carport, work shed,
new roof, great location down town
area. Behind Wachovia Bank. 409 W.
Bay St. $97,500. 838-6077 or 584-
2270.
5/20tfJM
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.
9/18-10/23
Price reduced. For sale by owner 502
W. Main St. 3 BD/2BA brick home, split
plan, downtown, fireplace, spnnkler
system, paved drive-way, attached
garage. $110,000. Call 850-584-4593
or 850-838-7083.
10/14-10/16
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 plan! 850-838-1869 leave
message. Agents welcome serious
inquiries only please!
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12X35 1 bed park model, shingle roof,
awnings over window, vinyl siding,
stove, refrigerator, steps, lots of room,
must see. $6,000. 850-578-2448 or
407-620-4307.
10/7-10/21
FIREARMS: Marlin lever action
w/scope, 35 Remington $325;
Browning 22 rifle, auto w/scope $475;
22 mag pistol, hi standard $200. Daisy
22 LR, bok action, new in box, youth
model $150- FN Browning 32 auto, old
$225; Remington nylon 66, 22 auto
$150 584-7003 or 838-5665.
10/14-10/16DG
1986 Jayco travel trailer Excellent
condition. Call me, we'll talk. 850-672-
0296. Must see to believe!
10/7-10/16
Ford 2600 Diesel Tractor, 6 ft. long disc,
5ft.bush hog mower $5,000.584-5242.
850-584-5242.
10/9-10/21
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Ross: 223 single shot, black synthetic
stock. 3-9x40 scope. $200. Call 578-
2161.
10/9-10/23


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1-1/2 Acres m/I NEAR SPRING WARRIOR, near the boat
ramp and the gulf $18,000 (ownerlbroker)
LOt 6480 IN SPRING WARRIOR with road frontage $18,000
(owner/broker)
1 ACRE +/- LOT IN KINSEY WOODLAND SUB. on Spring
Warrior Rd. $19,500 (owner/broker)

LOT 60 ON YATES CREEK RD. $26,000

12870 SPRING WARRIOR RD. Nice doublewide home, 2
BR, 2 BA, ready to move in. $85,000

FOR RENT SMALL COTTAGE HOME, 1 BR, 1BA on
Beach Rd. $500 a month, $500 deposit, no pets.


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Gently used baby clothes, travel
system, changing table, high chair,
baby bath, fashion jewelry, jeans,
coffee mug collection, scented candles,
vacuum cleaner, lamps, collectibles,
nutrition products, local artists
paintings, caricatures, artificial flower
arrangements, crafts, etc.Lighthouse
Mini Shoppes, 105 E. Ellis St. (Old
Depot across from City Hall) Mon.- Fri.
9:30 5:30, Sat.8:30-2:00.584-8800.
10/14-10/16
Yard sale Saturday, 8 a.m. 12 noon.
Tri-County Electric. Boy clothes (0-2T),
shoes, some women's and men's
clothing, purses, lots of misc.
10/14-10/16



Old Taylor County & Jerkins
Yearbooks
Old Silver CoinS
Scrap Gold
Old Comic BookS
Used Furniture (LR, DR, BR)
Used Appliances
Tay ounty lor C Memorabilia




Yard sale, rain or shine. Friday,
Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. ? 1633
HoltRd.295-1475.NewRVandmobile
home supplies, tool box and tools,
some furniture, kits for car dollies,
natural gas furnace, electronics, odds
& ends. To much to list all must go.
10/14-10/16

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For Sale: Large entertainment center
72x71 $150 Firm, in excellent
condition; Roll-away bed with mattress
$25, good condition. Call Cindy at
843-5550.
10/9-10/16
ESTATE SALE Call for appointment.
578-2315. Pool table, boat, antiques,
tools and much more.
10/16-10/23
Floral Rattan sofa with matching coffee
table, lamp included, furniture by
Bassett $250. Tool box for pickup truck.
838-7757.
10/16-10/21

$169 2 pc queen plushtop mattress
set. New in plastic, w/warranty. Can
deliver 545-7112.
10/16GCN1
$289 New queen thick pillowtop
mattress set in plastic, warranty, can
deliver. 222-9879
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Bedroom set. Hb, Fr, Dr, Mr, Ns. Brand
n boxre us $74450. Amazing deall
10/16GCN1
Brand new innerspring full mattress

5- e rat $il2b5 w/warranty.
10/16GCN1
Sectional living room set. New 2-tone
micro fiber, stain resistant, Let go for
$899, delivery available.222-9879.
10/16GCN1

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credit. Call for info Prestige Home
Centers Open On Sunday's 12 to 5.
01- 7-H2492 or 352-493-2492.


Garage sale Saturday. Lots of items,
some clothes, low prices, 14' John Boat
whilotor, make offer. Household goods,
camping equipment. Come out 27 east,
road to right between John Deere and
Lakeside Church, One block past Foley
Cut-off 2726 Lakeside Dr. Look for
signs,
10/16
STORE OPENING: Yard sale items,
new and used furniture, appliances,
clothing, toys, H.H. goods, something
for everyone. Bargains Unlimited 1305
N.Jefferson St.850-223-1860.Friday &
Saturday 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.
10/16


Moving Sale, Saturday, Oct. 17, 8 a.m.
- 12 noon. 208 Palmetto St. (off Old
Dixie Highway) Furniture, picnic tables,
swing sets, bikes and more.
10/16
Yard Sale Saturday, Oct. 17, 7 a.m. -
until. Women's clothes and jeans, size
22, women's and Jr. jeans, shorts and
dresses, children's clothes and toys,
antique Mrs. Beasley, Drowsey and
Dancerina dolls, shoes, pocket books,
knick-knacks, very nice clothes,
kitchenware, mix max linens. At the
Serenity House (next to Smoke Shop)
1824 N. Jefferson St.
10/16


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Landclearingtreetrimming/removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush
hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling
and complete lawn service. Call 584-
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2003 Yamaha gas, 4-seater, lifted golf
cart. Custom paint job, big tires,
chrome rims. A real eye catcher Runs
great. First $2,800. 850-578-2448 or
407-620-4307
10/7-10/21
Chevy, 32' Pace Arrow. Sleeps 6.
$2500 0.B.O. needs work. Runs fine.
672-9737
10/9-10/16


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2005 Kawasaki Ninja 250 motorcycle
16,000 miles, well-maintained,
black/green color. Call Seth at 850-
843-6266.$2,000.
10/16-10/23
2004 GMC Sierra fully equipped. Tow
break, excellent condition. $9,000 or
s offer.21-850-223-2669.

1990 GMC Jimmy 4X4. Power
steering, power brakes, AC, $1,500.
Call 584-4455.
10/14-10/16
1994 Geo Metro. Mechanic's Special.
Needs alternator and other minor
repairs. Cold AC. Great gas mileage.
$400. (850)223-3159.
10/9-10/23
2004 Saturn 10N Coupe. Sun roof,
leather, black, nice car. $4,300. 584-
2270 or 843-7763.
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Title: Extension Agent I or II
Marine-NaturalResources
Position#:0001-4741
Location: Taylor County (Perry)
Position open to:0ctober 23, 2009
Roles and Responsibilities: The
successful candidate for this position
will be responsible for planning,
developing, teaching, implementing,
and evaluating a comprehensive
marine-natural resources education
program (90%) for Taylor County. The
candidate will assume leadership in
tourism and economic development as
it relates to developing Taylor County's
artificial reef program. The agent will
be expected to seek grants and to
recruit both youth and adults for
educational programs in the marine
and natural resources areas in Taylor
County.
Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree is
required: A Master's degree and
Extension programming experience
are preferred. If hired with a Bachelor's
degree, the agent would be expected
to make significant progress towards
obtaining a Master's degree withinese
years of employment.
Application instructions: Apply
through the on-line UF Gator Jobs
application system (at
https://jobs.ufl.edu), referencing
requisition #0802906. Please attach
your resume or CV, and a cover letter
that describes how your experience
and qualifications have prepared you
for this position. You must submit
unofficial copies of all transcripts
and/or coursework of your professional
degrees. All applicants must have at
least three reference rating forms on
file. Faxed to the IFAS Office of Human
Resources, Faculty Recruitment and
Hiring, Attention: Dana LeCuyer at
352-392-3226 or Emalled to
diecuyer@ufl.edu. Or mailed to Dana
LeCuyer UF IFAS Human Resources
Faculty and Recruitment and Hiring ,
PO Box 110281, Gainesville, FL.
32611-0281.
10/7-10/16TCE
MDS/Care Plan Coordinator
RN/LPN needed for the MDS/Care
Plan Coordinator position at Madison
Nursing Center. Required: Florida
License in good standing with
experience in MDS/C/P or long term
care and has the willingness to learn
the system.Strong organizational skills
needed.
Competitive wages and great benefit
package. Fax resume to Peggy
Powers, RN DON 850-973-2667 or
email to JoAnn Gnewuch,
Administrator at
madisonnha@embarqmail.com For
additional information call 850-973-
4880.
10/14-10/23
Avon needs reps in this area. Only
$10.00 start-up fee. Call BJ at 584-
6289 or 843-2605 buy or sell!
9/16-10/21


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The Jefferson County Road dept. is
advertising for the following position:
General Supervisor/ Field Operations.
Salary range is $26,499 to $34,736.
Position will oversee all road dept.
op erations 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 County Board of County
Commissioners
Fire Fiqhter/Parainedic = $11.10 hr.
Emergency Management Coordinator
= $24,710-$34,204 DOE&Q
Human Resources Director = $31,485
DOE&Q
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 EOE, VP,
DT, background check employer.
9/25tftfBCC


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John Sesock's
Tree Service/Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming/Bucket Truck
*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.
10/2-10/30
Are you looking for someone to take
care of your loved one? Well we are
two CNA's that can do that for you. We
can sit at your home, hospital or
nursing home. We also cook and clean
at your home etc. We can provide
references..Call 850-672-2990, 850-
584-7303, 850-371-1556, 850-295-
1618.
10/16-10/21
J.D.'s Treemselivjqa enthruawet Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates.
We also grind stumps. Call today 838-
1280. Firewood for sale.
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Archer Appliance Repair
Al makes, all models. Most repairs
done in home. Reasonable rates. 850-
843-8221.
10/7-
Senior Man
C.F. "Jim" Hopkins
All General clean-up
Roof debris, Gutters, Lawn care
40 years experience
Yearly maintenance contracts
available
Senior Citizens 100/o off
Referrals are the heart of our
business
584-4455.
10/14-10/16
CLEANING SERVICE
Home, Office, Garage, Rental
Properties, For sale Properties.
Reasonable rates, flexible schedule.
Call Susan at 371-0643.
10/14-11/6


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850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
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Certified Quality Specialist
10/2-10/30

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Senrvces
Are you looking for someone to
h~elp with you or your loved one?
We offer assistance with:
Light Housekeeping,
Personal Care, Shopping,
Medicine Reminders, etc.
Contact Amy Cruce
352-727-8047
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All general clean-up services. Roofs,
gutters, lawns, etc. 40 years
experience. 10% off senior citizens.
Senior Man C.F. "Jim" Hopkins 584-
10/7-10/16
Advanced Computers
133 N. Jefferson St.
584-7879
Sales & Repair and Upgrades,
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325 NW Turner Davls Dr., Madison, FL
32340. For disabillty-related
accommodations, contact the NFCC
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