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bea
special float in Saturday's Florida
Forest Festival King Tree Parade
as it will represent all three local
veteran organizations: the VFW,
American Legion and AMVETS.
Members will alsp be Inanalog-
a booth at the festival grounds,
offering hamburgers, hot dogs
and more.
Please stop by and see the
historic cypress tree chair--it is
truly one-of-a-kind," organizers
said.

Want a freedom qulit?
Local "TEA Party" supporters
lbeofferir chanceSsa re
Florida Forest Festival. The
patriotic-themed quilt will be on
display at the party members'
booth.

COStume contest slated
Oct. 80
Get a jump-start on Halloween
and-enter the annual Costume &
Pumpkin Carving Contest
sponsored by the Perry/Taylor
County Chamber of Commerce.
Awards will be presented for
most unique, scariest and best
recyided costumes,
The contests will be held at the
chamber Friday, Oct.30, from5-7
p.m.
For more information, please
call 584-5366.
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Children's author Carol Hair
Moore will be the guest speaker
at the Friends of the Taylor
County Public Library meeting on
Monday, Oct. 26, from 5:30 to
6:30 p.m-
Moore, who was born in Live
Oak and now lives in
Tallahassee, is the author of two
children's books, "Marvin the
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Naves," which are illustrated by
Talia ssee artist Michael

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Florida Forest Festival Jr. Miss Maisie Wilson received the official "Florida Forestry Week" proclamation from Governor Charlie Crist and the Cabinet Tuesday, Oct. 13, in Tallahassee. The ceremlony in the Capit~ol honored


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The festivities continue
tonight downtown. The annual
scary stories will be held at the
Graystone, located on Jefferson
Street, beginning at 5 p.m. The
Kids' Parade begins at 6:30 and
will run around the courthouse


square. The parade will feature
area young people dressed in
forest-related costumes as well
as special guests Junior Miss
Maisie Wilson, Little King and
Queen Julian "J.T." Tucker and
Jakayla Sellers, a delegation of


national and state Forestry
Queens and Smokey Bear. The
courthouse parking lot will be
filled with fun and games ready
for the conclusion of the
*** Please see page 8


It's official: Oct. 19-25 is
Florida Forestry Week.
Gov. Charlie Crist and the
Florida Cabinet made the
declaration to coincide with the
54th annual Florida Forest
Festival, which on Saturday


will culminate a month-long
series of celebrations.
A delegation of local and
state representatives from the
forestry industry and the
Florida Forest Festival,
including festival chairman Bo


Taff and Junior Miss Maisie
Wilson, traveled to the state
capitol last week to ask that the
cabinet approve the
proclamation sponsored by
Agriculture Commissioner
Charles Bronson,


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marine life," said Capt. Mark
Warren of the FWC.
"Approximately 80 percent of
Florida's fisheries species
spend at least part of their life
cycles in sea grass. If you like
** Please see page 3


Under new legislation aiined After a suitable education
at piotecting sea grass in period, officers will begi
k
Florida's aquatic..preserves, the citing boaters with -a
Winvicta--f-ish^^Jrrd"-Wttttitfr- noncriminal inthetion.
Conservation Commission The Big Bend Seagrasses
(FWC) will soon begin citing Aquatic Pregerve includes
boaters who intentionally nearly the entire Taylor County
destroy sea grasses. coast and stretches some 150


miles from Wakulla County
south to Levy Courity.
The Big Bend Preserve was
established- in 1985 and-
encompasses some 945,000
acres.
Sea grass scarring results
because of operating


motorized vessel in a way that
damages or destroys plants'
roots, shoots or stems. The
scarring is commorrly-referred
to as prop scars or propeller
scars.
"I can't emphasize enough
how important sea grass is to


mother were both living with
the suspect at the time of his
arrest.
"Williams had been a
longtime family friend; he had
been dating the victim's
grandmother (who also lived
with him) for approximately 16
years. The teenager said she
called him 'Papa'," Perry Police


Department Capt. Jamie Cruse
said.
The mother and daughter
shared a bedroom at Williams'
Orange Street residence. The
young teen discovered a
camera hidden in an alarm
clock "by accident," Cruse said.
** Please see page 3


Jurors took less than an hour
Tuesday to return a guilty
verdict in the case of a 74-year-
old accused of secretly video-
taping a 14-year-old girl in the
privacy of her bedroom. .
Kenneth Williams was
origmally charged with 24
counts of voyeurism. At his
trial Tuesday, those charges had
been reduced to two counts of
voyeurism involving a minor
and one count of voyeurism
involving an adult.
He was found guilty on the
first two counts and not guilty
on the third count. A sentencing
hearing will be held at a later
date.
Williams was 72 at the time
of his arrest in December 2007.
During the initial investigation,
some 24 videotapes containing
hundreds of hours of
recordings were seized by
police. Arrest reports indicate
that the "minor was clearly the
target of interest" and that she
was "always recorded by
herself or with her mother."
The juvenile victim and her


1111. (Or all ages
The Florida Forest Festival carnival opened
Wednesday night and saw hundreds of thrill-seekers
of all ages getting in line for rides. (PhotobyA.Castelucci)


FeStiVal faVOrite
Longtime Florida Forest Festival favorite "John
the Mule" will be returning to take part in activities
at the Cracker Homestead at Forest Capital Park
Saturday. Look for other heritage displays and re-
enactors at the site.


Evidence introduced at trial
established that between the
fall of 2005 and July 2009,
Lander executed a scheme to
defraud and to deprive the
"* Please see page 3


Thomas F. Kirwin, United
States Attorney for the
Northern District of Florida,
has announced the conviction
of Joseph Lander, formerly the
county attorney for Dixie
County, of five counts of mail


fraud and eleven counts of
money laundering, in
connection with his
involvement in an investment
fraud scheme and a separate
scheme to defraud the citizens
of Dixie County.


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OCTOBER 23
1926: The University of Miami football team in its
first-ever game defeated the Rollins College
freshman team by a score of 7-0. Approximately
4,000 fans witnessed this feat.
1984: Millard Fillmore Caldwell, the twenty-
ninth governor of Florida (Jan. 2, 1945-Jan. 4,
1949), died at his ante-bellum home in
Tallahassee. Caldwell was born on Feb. 6, 1897,
near Knoxville, Tenn. He attended Carson-Newman
College and the University of Mississippi. After
service in the Army in World War I, he attended the
University of Virginia.
He came to Florida in 1924 and practiced law in
Milton. In 1929 and 1931, Caldwell represented
Santa Rosa County in the Florida House of
Representatives. From 1933 until 1941, he
represented Florida's Third Congressional District
in the U.S. House of Representatives. During his
congressional service, he represented the United
States in international conferences at The Hague
(1938) and Oslo (1939).
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for public schools and the development of the
Capitol Center. After a number of federal positions,
Caldwell was appointed to the Florida Supreme
Court in 1962 and elected that same year without
opposition. In 1967, he was elected the chief
justice. Caldwell retired in 1969.
OCTOBER 24
1820: The Adams-Onis Treaty transferring the
title of Florida to the United States was signed by
the King of Spain.
OCTOBER 25
1964: President Lyndon Baines Johnson was
awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters
degree at dedication ceremonies for Florida Atlantic
University in Boca Raton.
1971: Walt Disney World was officially dedicated
by Roy D. Disney in ceremonies held at the Lake
Buena Vista Resort.
OCTOBER 26
1999: Golfer Payne Stewart and four other
passengers were killed when the Lear jet in which
they were riding to a Dallas, Texas, event
experienced a loss of pressure. The plane, which
left Orlando International Airport, was last in
contact with controllers near Gainesville. Four
hours later and 1,500 miles away,4t maged erseeir
Mina, S.D. There were no survivors.
OCTOBER 27
1819: Henry Bradley Plant, pioneer developer of
railroads on Florida's west coast and the founder of
the Plant System of railroads and steamships, was
born in Branford, Conn.
During the Civil War, Plant was the southern
manager for Adams Express Company, which he
renamed the Southern Express Company. Plant's
services were considered so valuable to the
Confederate government during the war that he
was excused from the requirement that he become
a Confederate citizen.
After the war, Plant began to assemble the Plant
System in the South. In Florida, the Plant System
ran from Jacksonville to Palatka and Sanford.
Ultimately the Plant System stretched to Tampa
and points south. By 1895, Plant had more than
1,400 miles of railroads under his control and
about 1,300 miles of steamer routes.
Known as the "Father of Tampa," Plant erected
the Moorish palace known as the Tampa Bay Hotel,
developed Port Tampa as a deep water port, and
made possible, through his railroad, the
development of West Tampa and Ybor City as cigar
producing areas. He also developed the Belleview
Hotel in Pinellas County, at the time the largest
wooden structure in the world.
A friendly rivalry developed between Henry Plant
and Henry Flagler. When Plant opened his Tampa
Bay Hotel (at a cost of more than $4 million), it is
reported that he invited Flagler to attend. When
Flagler responded, "Where is Tampa?" Plant
f 1sowr ,cr s!follow the crowds, Henry, just
The Tampa Bay Hotel served as the headquarters
for General William Shafter and the American Army
during the Spanish-American War. The fame of the
hotel was spread nationwide, and Tampa became
the destination of America's wealthy tourists.
Tragically, Plant died just a year later.
OCTOBER28
1927: A chartered Fokker F-7 tri-motor airplane
left the dirt runway at Key West's Meacham Field to
inaugurate Pan American Airways mail service to
Havana. Twenty-eight sacks of mail were shipped
over the 90 miles of water. Three months later,
passenger service was started. Allen Morris noted
that "Because of prohibition, the champagne
christening of the maiden flight that day had to
take place in Havana rather than in Key West.
1864: C.S.S. OOCTOBERfo2r9merly the C.S.S.
Tallahassee and under the command of Lieutenant
William H. Ward, eluded Union blockades off the
coast of Wilmington to begin a nine-day cruise
against Union shipping in the Atlantic.
1940: United States Senator "Connie Mack" was
born in Philadelphia, Pa. Mack moved to Florida
when he was 11 years old. He graduated from the
University of Florida in 1966. He served in the U.S.
House of Representatives prior to becoming
senator.
1959: The United States Air Force launched an
Atlas rocket carrying a nose-cone camera from
Cape Canaveral. The purpose of the mission was to
photograph earth's cloud cover from a height of
300+ miles.


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station in Gulfport, Miss., and to the western station in Placerville,
Calif., to attempt germination.
Surprisingly, nearly all the seeds germinated successfully, and
the Forest Service had some 420 to 450 seedlings after a few years
(some from cuttings).
Some of these were planted with their earth-bound counterparts
as controls, (as would be expected, after over 20 years there is no
discernible difference) but most were given away in 1975 and 1976
to many state forestry organizations to be planted as part of the
nation's bicentennial celebration. These trees .were southern and
western species, so not all states received trees.
A Loblolly Pine was planted at the White House, and trees were
planted in Brazil, Switzerland and presented to the Emperor of
Japan, among others.
Trees have also been planted in Washington Square in
Philadelphia, at Valley Forge, in the International Forest of
Friendship, and at various universities and NASA centers.
Roosa was born on Aug. 16, 1933, in Durango, Colo. He worked
for the Forest Service in the early 1950s as a smoke jumper
fighting fires and later joined the Air Force and became a test pilot.
He was one of 19 people selected for the astronaut class of 1966
and was part of the astronaut support crew for Apollo 9.
Following Apollo 14, Roosa was backup command module pilot
for Apollo's 16 and"l7. He thth woi'ked on the Space Shtittle
program until liis retirement as a colonel in the Air Force in 1976,
the time when many of his trees were being planted.
Roosa died in December 1994. The Moon Trees continue to
flourish, a living monument to mankind's first visits to the moon
and a fitting memorial to Roosa.
--Courtesy of NASA


Apollo 14 launched in the late afternoon of Jan. 31, 1971 on
what was to be the third trip to the lunar surface.
Five days later, Alan Shepard and Edgar Mitchell walked on the
moon while Stuart Roosa, a former U.S. Forest Service smoke
juniper, orbited above in the command module.
Packed in small containers in Roosa's personal kit were
hundreds of tree seeds, part of a joint NASA/USFS project.
Upon return to Earth, the seeds were germinated by the Forest
Service. Known as the "Moon Trees," the resulting seedlings were
planted throughout the United States (often as part of the nation's
bicentennial in 1976) and the world. They stand as a tribute to
astronaut Roosa and the Apollo program.
The project began after Roosa was chosen for the Apollo 14
mission. Ed Cliff, chief of the Forest Service, knew of Stuart
Roosa from his days as a smoke jumper and contacted him about
bringing seeds into space.
Stan Krugman of the Forest Service was put in charge of the
project and selected the seeds for the experiment. Seeds were
chosen from five different types of trees: Loblolly Pine, Sycamore,
Sweetgum, Redwood and Douglas Fir. The seeds were classified
and sorted, and control seeds were kept on Earth for later
comparison,
Roosa carried about 400 to 500 seeds in his personal kit which
stayed with him as he orbited the moon'in the c mmand module )
"Kitty Hawk" in February 1971.
Unfortunately, the seed canisters burst open during the
decontamination procedures after their return to Earth, and the
seeds got mixed together and were presumed to be no longer
viable,
Krugman had the seeds sent to the southern Forest Service


Festival, riding in the King
Tree Parade and appearing at
the Florida Forest Festival Ball.
The newspaper was green
and white, and read all over, as
news accounts told of the 10
a.m. parade and a line-up of
queens that included Miss
U.S.A
Under the heading of "Her
Majesty Forest Festival
Queen 'Susan Spradley was
pictured in formal regalia, and
also in a front page picture
where she was boldly kissing
Smokey Bear.
The keynote speaker for
the banquet was Paul
Harvey...telling the rest of the
story.

YET THE NEWS
CONTINUED...
While the community geared
up for its 19th annual Florida
restdeFestival, other news
oun arden hoto h
g p grap
announcedAthe recent Bmoanba
which was followed by a
luncheon on the grounds of St '
James Episcopal Church,
where the couple exchanged
vows.
Forthcoming weddings were
armounced by dJuldith RA le

o e, ebor 1ElpenGroves
and Malcum D. Wiles, Robbin
Carol Touchton and Charles
Marion Wright, Cheryl Kay
Henry and Warren Russell
Gregory.

THREE NEW RESIDENTS
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hart
announced the birth of their
daughter, Chrzsty Ann, on Oct.
13.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roberts
announced the birth of their
son, Brian Kevin, on Oct. 16.
He weighed 7 pounds, 5.75
ounces,
Tiffany Lynn Collins was
welcomed to the family of Mr.


and Mrs. Robert Collins on
Oct. 8. She weighed 8 pounds,
9 ounces.


BULLDOGS MAKE
FRONT PAGE NEWS
Elmer Coker's Taylor County
High School Bulldogs gave a
good account for themselves at
Di t g au a s 5 6e
Go 'D s
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FIRST FEDERAL
NAMES DIRECTORS
Byron Butler, chairman of
the board of directors for First
Federal Savings and Loan,
announced the election of
James C. (Jake) Bassett and
As yr BeggsofMadisonas

BETHEA FAMILY CALLED
'OUTSTANDING'
The Nathan Bethea Family,
whiSh I dWoni- acc o it
wasnamedOutstandingFarm
Family of Taylor County for
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SKlP WEST CUTS
FIRST RECORD
Skip West, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Erdman West, had just
produced his first record of
original songs called "Goin'
Home."

LAVALLE HEADS
BEEKEEPERS
Jimmy LaValle was elected
president of the Big Bend
Beekeepers Association for the
commg year.

WHAT A KEEPERS '
F.L. McGauley brought a
sweet potato which would feed
a crowd to the newspaper office
for a picture. The sweet potato
weighed 5.5 pounds.


THE


DELTA BURKE COMES
TO PERRY?
The reigning Miss
Florida--that would be Delta
Burke of "Designing Women"
fame--was slated to be a guett
at the 1974 Florida Fore, t


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"She showed the camera to
her mother, who immediately
contacted her ex-husband for
help. He came to the house and
found that the camera sent a
wireless feed to a television
located in the defendant's


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Continued from page 1
to fish, or like seafood, you
should like and preserve sea
grass."
Sea grass is a submerged,
grass-like plant that inhabits the
shallow coastal waters of
Florida. Sea grass meadows are
an important but often
overlooked habitat for many of
Florida's recreational and
commercially important marine
life, such as fish, crabs and
clams. Many species of
juvenile fish use sea grass as
cover from larger predators. A


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MONEY LAUNDERING
Continued from page 1
citizens of Dixie County and
others of the intangible right to
his honest services.
Specifically, while acting as
county attorney, Lander
fraudulently demanded and
received payment of an
$820,000 performance bond
Ifitfh MIS961bikrs harthgn
business before Dixie County.
At the time Lander
demanded payment of the
performance bond, he knew
that no bond was required and
had no authority to personally
accept payment of the
bond, which was deposited
into Lander's law firm
account.
Lander then spent more than
$300,000 of the money on
luxury items and other personal
expenses.
-
In addition, evidence at trial
established that Lander also
defrauded private investors of
more than $400,000 that he
fraudulently induced them to
invest in a retail vitamin and
health supplement venture.

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conclusion of the case, the jury
f ei gedLandspecial sdh??
interest in the Dixie County
Advocate newspaper in Cross
City.
Lander faces a maximum
sentence of 20 years'
imprisonment on each of the
mail fraud convictions, and a
maximum sentence of 10 years'
imprisonment on each of the


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construction of` planned nuclear


Costs will be recovered
through the capacity cost
recovery charge on customer
bills beginning in 2010.
FPL's approved $62,676,816
cost recovery includes costs
associated with the update of its
existing nuclear generating
plants, Turkey Point Units 3
and 4 and St. Lucie Units 1 and
2, and the construction of its
proposed nuclear power plants,
Turkey Point Units 6 and 7.
PEF's approved $206,907,726
cost recovery includes costs
associated with the update of its
existing nuclear generating


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construction of its proposed
nuclear power plants, Levy
Units 1 and 2. These completed
projects will add 2,380 MWs of
new nuclear base load
generation to Progress Energy's
system, enough energy to
power 1.3 million homes.
"Nuclear power provides fuel
diversity and will save Florida
residents money on future
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utility bills," said PSC
Chairman Matthew M. Carter
II.
"The Legislature enabled
utilities to plan for tomorrow
by spreading the rate impact
over time. Utilities have to
begin spending now to meet
future power needs that will
keep the lights on for us, our
children and our grandchildren
at prices we can afford."


The Florida Public Service


Floria Poer & Light


"there were literally hundreds
of hours of video recording" of
(primarily) the juvenile victim
during personal and private
activities (dressing, applying
make-up, preparing for a
shower).
Williams faces up to one year
in prison for each count or a
$1,000 fine per count.


bedroom," Cruse said.
Police were able to obtain a
search warrant for the home
during which time they found
the camera, a wireless receiver,
VCR and in excess of 20
video tapes, all of the
young girl in the privacy of her
room.
According to a police report,


VOYEURISM


sea grass to stabilize the ocean
bottom, Florida's beaches,
businesses and homes can
suffer greater damage from
storms.
In addition to being watchful
for sea grass, boaters should be
cognizant of the water
depth. Navigational charts can
help boaters know water
depths, Warren noted,
Boaters should remain in
marked channels as much as
they can and avoid sea grass
beds when they leave channels.
Improper anchoring can also
cause damage. It is best to
anchor where theoceanbottom
is bare and sandy.
Florida has 41 aquatic
preserves, encompassing
almost 2 million acres. All but
four of these submerged lands
are along Florida's 8,400 miles
of coastline in the shallow
waters of marshes and
estuaries.


single acre of the aquatic plant
commumty can support as
many as 40,000 fish and 50
million invertebrates.
Warren recommends that
boaters be watchful for the
deep green sea grass beds as
they ply the waters of the state.
If a boater does run aground on
a ,sea grass bed or sees the
propeller is stirring up plant
and sand debris, Warren says
the boater can minimize the
damage.
"The boater should stop his
boat. If the water depth is
sufficient to allow the engine to
continue pumping cooling


water without ingesting dirt or
debris, he can allow the engine
to cool for a minute or two.
Then, the boater should tilt his
engine, and push, paddle or
pole his boat to deeper water,
where it can be safely operated.
In no case should a boater try to
power his boat out of a sea
grass bed when grounded. This
can cause extensive damage to
these sensitive habitats."
Sea grass also provides
critical habitat for animals such
as wading birds, manatees and
sea turtles. Further, it improves
water quality. Sea grass filters
nutrients from land-based
industrial discharge and
stormwater runoff before these
nutrients are washed out to sea
and to other sensitive habitats,
such as coral reefs. Ocean-
bottom areas that are devoid of
sea grass are vulnerable to
intense wave action from
currents and storms. With no


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Sentencing is scheduled for
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Kirwin commended the
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The Taylor County JROTC held a chicken dinner fundraiser on Oct. 3 in the Perry Plaza parking lot to support special activities for cadets
such as the upcoming drill competitions and preparations for progressing to national competitions for the fifth consecutive year. "A big thanks
goes out to our booster parents for contributing our side dishes. We had one of the biggest turnouts in years," said 1SG (RET) Eddie L Smith,
JROTC Army Instructor. He also extended appreciation to Perry Plaza for granting permission for the fundraiser to be held there. And all
those who came out and supported us," he added. Cadet Trevor Smith is shown holding a sign advertising the event while workers included
(but were not limited to ) Cadet .Destiny Glanton, Cadet Delonda Elder, Cadet Corporal Angela Grimes, Cadet Corporal Vanessa Thrift,
Mrs.Salena Mrotz, Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Simpson, Karen Allen, Cadet Melissa Coxwell and Diane Smith.


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its great food. It is important
that the community realizes
that Pizza Hut is committed to
helping worthy causes, too. .
"Relay For Life (RFL) in
Taylor County is extremely
grateful to Pizza Hut for
helping the American Cancer
Seo Myun sSe)rsthr Tan
O'Neal, event chair.
Team members agree that
this "favorite fundraiser for
RFL teams" provides a fun and
easy format.
Here is how it works: "The
team signs up for a night; it's
advertised; team members
show up. Pizza Hut has plenty
of staff on hand to prepare the
food and serve the customers.


Customers pay what they
would normally pay for their
meal. Nothing extra is added to
the bill.
"By handing the cashier a
coupon, Pizza Hut donates 20%
of the meal's total to the ACS.
Team members are present both
rantanod ou n in d
take-out customers a coupon.
"It's simply a win-win
situation for the customers and
the ACS," O'Neal said on
behalf of the committee.
The members of the RFL
Event Committee compose a
team themselves and they will
hold a fundraiser at Pizza Hut
on Thursday, Oct. 29, from 6-8
p.m.


As the Taylor County Relay
For Life event committee
prepares for another fundraiser
at Pizza Hut, members paused
collectively.for a commercial.
"Pizza Hut is well-known for


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Clark.
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Mathis is described as "a
respected leadership expert,
speaker and entrepreneur.
"Learning about our
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understand why certain areas
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Green Industries Institute are
sponsoring a free community
event -- "A Day in the Bee
Yard"--on Saturday, Nov. 7, at
Green Industries Institute in
Monticello.
The event is open to the public
from 8730 a.m.-3 p.m. and will
feature a variety of activities for
the entire family.
"Stop by and enjoy the
beautiful Green Industries


grounds, participate in a variety
of a ivit ebsoand have a nd
of bees," said Patricia Garner,
Director of NFCC's Green
Industries Institute.
"We are excited to co-sponsor
and host this Florida State
Beekeepers Association event
and invite the community to
stop in and enjoy a fun day with
us at Green Industries."
The event will feature
bees, beekeepers and a
host of activities, classes,


demonstrations, vendors, food
and iart.l Some hdghli htB onhe
a Beekeeper" demonstration
with an Ask the Experts and
Kids Corner component, a live
beehive under glass for close
viewing, free honey sticks for
children, honey and beeswax
candles and other items for sale,
as well as food vendors, art
work and more.
Green Industries will also
showcase its facilities and
grounds; its indoor and outdoor
ch sroaomsnut ggre hott nsd
observatory featuring a 16-inch
Richie Creighton telescope will
all be open to the public during
the event.
Folk artist Janet Moses will
offer .a "bee themed" folk art
painting class at the "A Day in
the Bee Yard" event. There is
a $45 charge for the painting
class and those interested m
participating must register in
advance by calling (850) 997-
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and free parking on Nov. 7
for the "A Day in the Bee
Yard."
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Keaton Beach

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in or from federal waters in
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prohibited from Oct. 24 through
Dec. 31.
Federal waters extend beyond
nine nautical miles from shore
in the Gulf off Florida. The
National Marine Fisheries
Service announced this closure
because an established annual
recreational harvest quota for
greater amberjack in the.Gulf
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REWARD
On or about Monday night, 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.
Thankyou.


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"We told them that last
January thousands of high
school football teams went
to work in the weight room
and began to set goals. I
told the teams to think about
how unique it is to have two
programs in the same school
that go into the eighth week
having a chance to complete a
perfect 8-0 season (jayvee) and
be 2-0 and continue to compete
for a district championship
(varsity)," he said.
The Taylor County junior
varsity (7-0) was scheduled to
play its final game of the season
Thursday against East Gadsden.
The varsity has three straight
district games at Union County
this Friday, at Fort White on
Oct. 30 and at home against
Florida High on Nov. 6.
"My point to the guys was
that it should be easy for us at


this point to remain focused and
practice with great effort. They
have done both very well this
week," Boggs said.
Boggs said last week's open
date was very timely for his
squad.
"We had some sickness and
injuries that were healing at
that time. We also addressed the
mistakes we have made in all
three phases of the game," he
said.
Boggs said he plans to bring
up several jayvee players to
help the varsity during the final
stretch of the season.
"I am confident you will see
a high energy team this Friday.
I hope you will also see a more
confident and more complete
team as well," he said.
Kickoff for the Union County
game in Lake Butler is set for
7:30 p.m.


Friday night's game at Union
County is the first of three
straight Class 28, District 2
contests the Taylor County
High football team faces that
will determine which two teams.
advance to the state playoffs.
The Bulldogs (4-2, 2-0) will
take on a Union County team
(4-2, 1-1) whose lone .district
loss was a narrow 21-18 defeat


to Fort White.
"The players and coaches
are definitely sensing the
importance of the district
games," first-year Taylor
County Coach Shane Boggs
said,
Boggs said his staff talked
with their varsity and jayvee
squads earlier this week about
their situation.


from the marina:
Joseph Lorranie Ethan
and Mary Ann Burkhalter of
Homerville, Ga.,had 10 trout and
a 22.5 inch flounder fishing with
live pinfish under Cajuns in 3.5
feet of water on Saturday, Oct.
17, in that W-I-N-D! Congrats
to that crew for toughin' it
out!
Dennis Nixon of Live Oak
fished last Monday and had 11
trout, keeping five and several
rock bass (black sea bass) from
7 feet of water while fishing with
Berkley Gulp.


BY PAT MCGRIFF
onernorecast@gtcom.net
Trout continue to please
anglers who can stand the cold
and the w-i-n-d. Topwater plugs,
like Cordell Redfins, and other
hard jerkbaits. have taken some
nice fish this week since the front
showed up.
Maybe some of this dang
floating rass will be blown
offsho e by this weekend?
I re-scheduled my trips over
the weekend due to the blow
Saturday and Sunday.
Here are a couple of reports


Wakulla on its next series and
Chase Barger broke through
to block the punt _setting up
Chance Rodgers' 20-yard sprint
for the touchdown.
McNeal ran in the two-point
conversion to put TCMS on top
22-12.
JarmaineWatkinsintercepted
a Wakulla pass late in the fourth
quarter to set up a 30-yard
touchdown drive with McNeal
running it in from one yard out
to ice the game 28-12.
Wakulla added a late score to
make the final 28-20.
Several Bulldog players
had outstanding individual
performances in the contest.
McNeal rushed for 146 yards
on 13 carries, Wentworth was
5 of 6 passing for 90 yards and
Rodgers had four receptions for
93 yards.
.... On defenseaBanger blocked
two punts, Watkins had an
interception, Percy Jacobs had
a fumble recovery and Garrett
Murphy led the 'Dogs in tackles
with 5.
Next Thursday's Pine
Tree Bowl at Perry's Dorsett
Stadium will get underway at
6 p.m.


The Taylor County Middle
Schoolfootballteamwrapped
up its regular season Tuesday
with a 28-20 win over Wakulla
Riversprings at Perry's Dorsett
Stadium.
The victory gives the Bobby
Glass-coached Bulldogs a 4-2
record in the regular season
with next Thursday's Pine Tree
Bowl in Perry against the same
Riversprings team wrapping up
the 2009 campaign.
A mistake-prone first half
Tuesday saw TCMS trailing 6-0
at intermission but the 'Dogs
corrected that in the second
stanza.
Midway through the third
quarter, Moral Stephens took
in a Wakulla punt and raced 49
yards for a touchdown to even
the score at 6-6. The PAT failed.
Riversprings came right back,
returning the ensuing kickoff 80
yards to take a 12-6 lead.
Then, on the first play from
scrimmage following Wakulla's
kickoff, Javolis McNeal broke
lose on a 60-yard touchdown
run. Daniel Wentworth's
conversion run put the 'Dogs
on top 14-12.
The TCMS defense held
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The Perry Recreation
Department is forming a co-ed
church volleyball league that
will begin play Nov. 10.
The league will have games


two nights per week and the
season will conclude Dec. 10.
Formoreinformationcontact
the recreation department at
584-3029.


for Gulf reef fish has been
issued must also abide by this
closure provision in Florida
state waters.
This action is required by
regulations implemented under
the Fishery Management Plan
for Reef Fish Resources of the
GulfofMexico.
However, all other
recreational anglers may still
harvest I greater amber jack of at
least 30 inches fork length daily
per person in Gulf state waters
off Florida (within nine nautical
miles from shore) under Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission rules.


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SUNDAY WEDNESDAY
Sunday School 9:00 a.m. Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
Traditional Worship 10:00 a.m. Youth Activities 6:00 p.m.
Choir 7:15 p.m.


Dual Day at New Mt. Zion

MNnes aMd e ogBr s foCh a %ut ,itast annual
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Coming soon: Fall Festival at Lakeside
Lakeside Baptist Church will hold a Fall Festival on Saturday,
Oct. 31, from 5 until 7 p.m. What can you expect? A moonwalk,
a cake walk, games and all kinds of food. The church invites
everyone "to come, bring the children and enjoy the festivities."



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Sat. 6 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
CCD & Adult Educanon Classes
Sunday 9:00 a.m.


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corn cobbetts (12) 1 dessert item (pre or cake)
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Brandie Rene Sparks
The family would like to say thanks to each and everyone,
friends and family for being there for us. Thanks for "all" the
spiritual prayers prayed, wonderful love shown, phone calls of
sweet words, beautiful cards, praise given in honor of Brandie,
kindness, gorgeous flowers, many thanks in appreciation of all
the delicious food, beverages and desserts that was brought to
help feed everyone during the memorial. Thanks for all your
encouragement that you have given us to hold on to. "God" is
good all the time.
We would also like to say a "special" thanks in honor to the
Rev. Robert Watson (Cricket) with Antioch Baptist Church
for performing the awesome and uplifting memorial service;
Fred, Velinda, Bradley and Angie Williams for being there in
everything for my whole family from day one of Brandie's
illness; and to my co-workers at Williams Timber, Inc., Martin
Electronics, and Taylor County Middle School (Brandie's
employer), for all the help and support given; South House
Furniture for furnishing the refrigerator; Burns Monument for
furnishing the tent; Bo and Kelly Tate being there for me and
my boys in the time of Brandie's hospital stays, traveling back
and forth to doctors appointments and while going through
the treatments, and for providing the place for the memorial
service and the serving of the food. Also, a great thank you
to Tony and Brenda Carpenter for helping with everything in
setting up for the memorial and the crowd being fed. Thanks
to all the crew that helped and supported in cleaning up and
getting things back in order after everything was over, it was
all hard work and I thank you all for your love, support and
friendship.
A special thanks to Brandie's best girlfriends, Alaina and
Trina, for endless love and support in all that they have done
in the past, present and future, not only for Brandle, but fix
my family.
My heart has received all your love shown
to me and my boys in this sad time for us.
We love her andi will new forget he"

May God bless us all!
Please pray for us,
Tom, Cody & Brandon Sparks


St. Johns-f bristian Fellowship
Sunday.School 10 a.m. Wednesday 7 p.m.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. StudylPrayer Meeting
Nursery and.Cluldren s Ministry Provided
Located at the intersection of Puckett Rd; & Golf Course Rd. 584-7251


Dave Phillips; his wife of 19
years, Vickie Lmdsay of Perry;
two sons, Jeremy Hale of
Virginia Beach, Va., and David
Allen Jr. of Atlanta, Ga.. No
services are planned at this
time.
JoeP.BurnsFuneralHomeis
in charge of arrangements.
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Family, Friends Day celebration
Pastor Willie L. Merrick and members of Stewart Memorial
A.M.E. invite the community to their annual Family and Friends
Day celebration on Sunday, Oct. 25, at 5 p.m. The speaker for this
occasion will be Pastor Derrick Smith of Tallahassee, with musical
selections from "Essential Praise" community choir.
Three-night revival ends Saturday
The Church of God of Prophecy, located at 613 W. Hampton
Springs Ave., will continue its three-night revival tonight and
Saturday night with services at 7 p.m.
The speaker is the Rev. Franklin Bartley.


Thanksgiving Box deadline approacheS

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t le ab rt t, daPba o ithe Frt Festival and
Also, the deadline for the Thanksgiving Box will be Wednesday,
Oct. 28, at 5 p.m. The price is $36 and includes: seven-pound
Perdue roaster, 2.5 lb. boneless netted ham, 2 lb. frozen, diced
sweet potatoes; 3.5 lb. frozen corn; 2 lb. frozen green beans; 1 lb.
frozen cranberries; 17 oz. ready-to-cook cornbread dressing;
dinner rolls; brown gravy mix; one dessert item; and one recipe
sheet. Orders can be placed through the church at 584-7992 or New
Home Baptist at 584-7441. You can also order on-line at
www.angelfoodministries.com.
Have you 'divorce-proofed' your marriage?
If you believe it's important to work on your marriage--to make
it "divorce-proof"--then First Baptist Church has a workshop for


Violet Jeanette
OmanS
Violet Jeanette Omans, 82, a
former resident of Perry, died
Oct. 21, 2009, at Shands
Hospital in Gainesville.
She was born in Madison to
the late Click Harvell and Mary
Emma Cruce Harvell. Mrs.
Omans was a homemaker and
faithful member of the
Apostolic Light Church.
heShe was pre d inOdeath l'
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Survivors include: four sons.
Marlin Webb of Madison,
James Malone of Altha, Bobby
Omans of Perry, Billy Omans
of Marianna; three daughters,
Shirley Gudin, Mary Shaw and
Peggy Wooten, all of Dowling
Park; numerous grandchildren
and great-grandchildren; a host
of nieces, nephews and church
Iner se will be held
b? 7 6 WBd ns Fideral Home
Chapel today, Oct. 23, at 3 p.m.


with James Box officiating-
Interment will follow at Pisgah
Cemetery. Family members
will receive friends one hour
prior to the service from 2 to 3
p.m. at the chapel.
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home is
in charge of arrangements. You
may sign the guestbook at:
www.joepburnsfuneralhomes.c
om.


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302 N. Jefferson St. Perry, Fl. (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460
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DRVid Allen
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David Allen Lindsay Sr., 50,
died Oct. 5, 2009, of injuries
resulting from a motorcycle
accident.
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was a carpenter by trade.
Survivors include: his
mother and father, Rose and


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parade.
Capping the evening will be
the Antique Car Gaslight
Parade.
The annual King Tree Parade
kicks off Saturday's activities
at 10 a.m. as it passes through
downtown Perry, featuring
some 65 entries.
Moving to Forest Capital
State Park after the parade, the
festival begins in earnest with
live entertainment, arts and
crafts and forestry-related
competitions and displays.
More than 75 arts and crafts
vendors are expected along
with dozens of special
concessions and food booths to
fill the park grounds.
There will be four
professional lumberjack shows
at 12, 2:30 and 4 p.m., and a
kid's lumberjack camp
beginning at 2 p.m. The
chainsaw, cross-cut saw and
loader competitions begin at
12:30 p.m.
The World's Largest Free
Fish Fry begins serving at 12
noon following an invocation
on the mainstage. An estimated
7,000 people will receive the
fried catfish, baked beans and
coleslaw.
The mainstage entertainment
begins at 12:30 p.m. National
Colgate Country Countdown
fl dby a singBulfo
Lynn and her band at 1:30 and
another setby Bulford a n3c2
educational displays from the

Enter to win

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Camp Misery
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.
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Nov. 28 and Dec. 5.
Other restrictions apply. For
more information, or to
purchase tickets, see any
Rotary Club member or visit
the Rotary booth at the Florida
Forest Festival this Saturday at
Forest Capital State Park.


4 Sessions: Oct. 27, Nov. 3, 10 and 17
6-8 p.m.
First Baptist Church of Perry
Student Annex Building
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parent the library will play a
very important role in my
children's lives."
"I always have been very
interested in library," Gross
said. "During middle school
and high school I participated
in working in the school
library."
The pair join sitting members
Edward Harvey Jr., Barbara
Childers, Debby Powers and
Dawn Gunter.
There remains a single
opening on the seven-member
board and the county is seeking
applicants.


The Taylor County Public
Library Advisory Board has
two new members after county
commissioners unanimously
approved their appointments.
Elizabeth McDonald and
Patricia Gross were appointed
during the commission's
meeting earlier this month.
The advisory board, which
gives community feedback and
advises both the library and
director Pamela Grigg on a
variety of issues through the
year, meets quarterly.
"I strongly support the public
library because of its wide


range of services and how it
can impact children and
adults," McDonald said in her
application.
"Since elementary school, I
have held a library card. At our
local library where I grew up,
my sister and I were very active
in the summer program and
every Wednesday after school
we would spend hours at the
library.
"I would like the children of
Taylor County to have a similar
experience as I did when I was
a child. Reading is the
cornerstone of learning and as a


unemployment out of Florida's
67 counties. For the month, 40
counties reported rates 10.0
percent or above.
Unlike Taylor, all of its
neighbors' rates rose for the
month after dropping in
August. Dixie and Madison
counties had higher
unemployment rates with 12.3
and 11.7 percent. After Taylor,
Jefferson County followed with
8.5 and Lafayette County with
7.2.
Florida's seasonally adjusted
unemployment rate for
September was 11.0 percent,
representing 1,012,000 jobless
out of a labor force of
9,193,000. The unemployment
rate was up 0.2 percentage
point from the revised August
rate of 10.8 percent and was up
4.3 percentage points from the
September 2008 rate. The
state's current unemployment
rate is 1.2 percentage points


higher than the national
unemployment rate of 9.8
percent. The last time the
unemployment rate was as high
was during October 1975 when
the rate was also 11.0 percent.
Florida's thtal
,nonagricultural employment in
September was 7,333,800,
representing a job loss of
360,400, or -4.7 percent
compared to September 2008.
This was steeper than the
national rate of decline for
September which was -4.2
percent over the year. The
September job losses continued
the trend of annual declines
that began in August 2007.
Industries losing the most jobs
are: trade, transportation, and
utilities; professional and
business services; and
construction. These three
industries account for more
than two-thirds of the job
losses in the state.


While Taylor County's
unemployment fell slightly in
September, the state's jump to
11 percent, the highest level
recorded over the past 29 years.
The county's unemployment
rate dropped to 10.4 percent for
the month, down from 10.6
percent in August, according to
numbers released by the
Agency for Workforce
Innovation (AWI) last week.
The rate represented 980
unemployed out of a labor
force of 9,390.
During the same month a
year ago, the rate was 6.8
percent.
The number of initial
unemployment claims filed in
Taylor County fell sharply for
the month, from 135 in August
to 110 in September. It was the
lowest number reported since
March and the second fewest
for a month this year.
Taylor had the 38th highest


The "Fire Ball" attracted fearless riders during opening night of the annual


Florida Division of Forestry
and the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission, demonstrations
of the historic Florida Cracker


lifestyle, the antique car shpw
and the carnival.
For information, call the
festival office at 850-584-
TREE (8733).


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Cub Scout Breakfast, First Baptist Church, 7:00 a.m.
King Tree Parade (Downtown) 10:00 a.m.
Lumberjack Shows 12 noon, 2:30 & 4 p.m.
Arts & Crafts Show All Day World's Largest FREE Fish Fry
OPENING CEREMONIES 12:00 p.m.
National Anthem & Color Guard Cross Cut Saw Competition Chain Saw Competition
Loader Competition Musical Entertainment Kids Lumberjack Camp Arts and Crafts Show
Heavy Equipment Exhibition Heritage Events Food Vendors & Exhibits Antique Car Show
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thorough deliberative process
when considering land use plan
amendments, while the
complexity of such issues
cannot be appropriately
considered in a referendum
process and that while the
council supports active
citizen participation in the
comprehensive planning
process, there is a high
probability that community
planning by referendum
will create conflicts with
such constitutionally based
protections as due process and
private property rights.
The amendment
WOuld potentially
have a negative
Impact on economic
development efforts
throughout the
regiOR...'
Koons also stated that, "the
amendment would potentially
have a negative impact on
economic development efforts
throughout the region and state
and financially burden cities
and counties with the cost of
holding additional elections to
vote on proposed changes to
comprehensive land use plans."
The council, whose members
are local elected officials and
gubernatorial appointees,
administers a variety of state
and federal programs for north
central Florida including
Alachua, Bradford, Columbia,
Dixie Gilchrist, Hamilton,
Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee,
Taylor and Union counties.


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The North Central Florida
Regional Planning Council
recently adopted Resolution
No. 2009-4 expressing
opposition to Hometown
Democracy Constitutional
Amendment No. 4 to the
Florida Constitution which is
scheduled to be on the Nov. 2,
2010, ballot.
The Hometown Amendment
would force thousands of
technical planning changes to
appear on the ballot and is
opposed by a broad coalition of
more than 130 environmental,
business, labor, planning and
community groups throughout
the state, council members
noted.
This coalition includes 1000
Friends of Florida, Florida
Chamber of Commerce,
Florida Forestry Association,
Florida Association of School
Boards, Florida Economic
Development Council, Florida
Engineering Society, Florida
Farm Bureau Federation,
Florida League of Cities,
American Institute of
Architects (Florida) and
American Planning
Association Florida.
At the council's Sept. 24
meeting, Scott Koons,
executive director of the
council, said, "Hometown
Democracy Constitutional
Amendment No. 4 would be
counterproductive to quality
community planning initiatives
and would have unintended
consequences that would
worsen the situation it is
intended to cure "
He added that "local elected
officials engage in a long and


TES Official!
Members of the Taylor County Commission welcomed 2009 Florida Forest Festival Chairman Bo Taff, left,
and Junior Miss Maisie Wilson to their meeting Tuesday. Commissioners declared October "Florida Forest
Festival Month" in support of the annual event. Shown left to right are: Taff, Commissioner Lonnie Houck,
Wilson, Commission Chairman Rudolph Parker, Commissioner Malcolm Page, Commissioner Pat Patterson and
Commissioner Mark Wiggins.


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Perry City Council members also proclaimed October as "Florida Forest Festival Month, adopting a
resolution Oct. 13. Mayor Emily Ketring is shown presenting the proclamation to 2009 Taylor County Junior
Miss Maisie Wilson. Also shown are (I to r) Councilman Don Cook, Festival Chairman Bo Taff Councilman
Alphonso Dowdell, Councilman Sylvester Harris, Councilman Dloug Everett and City Manager Bob Brown.


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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
an ne
at www.ticketmaster.com. For
more information, visit www.tlocc.
org


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.
Showlimes 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.
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 Zoltbn Koddly's "Galanta
Dances"; Gustav Mahler's
"Songs of a Wayfarer" with Molly
McLaughlin, mezzo soprano; and
Antonin Dvorak "Symphony No.
7 in D minor, Op.70."Tickets for
the concert, which will be held in


Bradfordville First Baptist Church,
will be $25 to $35. To purchase
tickets call 850-644-6500 or visit
tickets.fsu.edu.
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Scary Stories will be told at the
Graystone at 5 p.m., followed

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and the Gaslight Antique Car
Parade.
OCT. 24
The King Tree Parade will begin
downtown at 10 a.m., with events
at Forest Capital State Park
kicking off at noon, including the
World's Largest Free Fish Fry.
The entertainment will include
Mollie Lynn and band as well
as National Colgate Country
Showdown winner Johnny
Bulford. Other activities include
arts and crafts, lumberjack shows
and saw competitions.


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numbers are given just as much
prominence as the singing,
adding to the workload of the
. cast, director Tom Ossowski
and choreographer Kate Watson
Gelabert. Almost every step and
line is matched beat for beat by
the live music, directed here by
Bryan Richards and featuring
the work of a community
orchestra.
"On the Town" is filled with
comedy, romance and nostalgia
brought to wonderful life by the
FSU cast and crew.
The production opens tonight
(Friday) at the Fall Theatre in
Tallahassee. 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. The theatre
is located at in the FSU Fine
Arts Building on the corner
of Copeland and Call Streets.
Parking is available in the
adjacent parking garage.
Tickets are $20 for adults,
$18 for seniors and $10 for
college students and youth
17 and under. They can be
purchased online at tickets.fsu.
edu or by phone at 850-644-
6500. Season ticket packages
are still available.


By MARK VIOLA
It's 1944. The country is
embroiled in World War II.
Home for a stop-over, three
Navy sailors--Gabey, Ozzie and
Chip--are given a 24-hour shore
leave in New York City.
Thus is the setup for the
classic musical "On the
Town"--featuring music by
Leonard Berstein with book
and lyrics by Betty Comden and
Adolph Green.
The Florida State University
School of Theatre's current
production of "On the Town"
opens tonightand runs through
next weekend.
Not only encapsulating a time
when hundreds of thousands
of American soldiers were
overseas fighting and an entire
country was focused at home
to support them, but debuting
on Broadway during the same
period, "On the Town" provides
a light-hearted look at the antics
three sailors get into while on
the search for a good time.
Gabey (FSU junior Harris
Milgrim) Ozzie (sophomore
Adair Watkins) and Chip
(sophomore Stephen Sabbag)
begin their adventure on the
docks and quickly make their
wal to the subtlal, where Gabel
sees a poler for 0131 month's
Miss Turn (junior Amanda Lablotte s. While
his pub are comfortable finding
any < instant entranced by Ivy and
sets out to find her among the
naillions lia ing m the city.
Oz zle and Chip s volunteer to
help eten though they feel the
endeator is fruitless. Along the
wal they tind their own dates,
although in their cases they are
more the prey than the hunters.
As Production Dramaturg
Jessica Ordon points out, the
socal change brought about the
ivar n inherent in the muilcul.

developed as women vied for
the attention of the now-scarce
men," she said in her production
notes "Young unmarried
women were stereotyped as
aggressive, voracious man-
eaters out to snag a husband.
This plays out in the musical


with Hildy Esterhazy (senior
Elizabeth Burton), who
practically kidnaps Chip in
her cab, and Claire DeLoone
(senior Ashley Keene), an
anthropologist with a passion
for subject matter: modern
man. The sailors quickly find
themselves not the only ones on
the prowl.
Rounding out the principal
cast are sophomore Camille
Trzcinski as Madame Maude
P. Dilly, senior Logan
Denninghoff as Pitkin
Bridgework and freshman
Aaren Lasky as Lucy
Schmeeler, all of whom have
scene-stealing moments of
comic relief. Around them all is
a talented ensemble that gives
the semblance of the hustle and
bustle of New York City.
Featuring 20 numbers ranging
from "New York, New York"
to "I Can Cook Too," FSU's
production is a lively romp that
demands extreme range from its
actors and they deliver,
The musical is based on
Jerome Robbins' ballet, "Fancy
Free," and the dance elements
are felt throughout "On the
Town." In fact, the dance


Revenge movies have been popular lately,
whether it's Jodie Foster seeking vengeance
against her attackers in "The Brave One" or Liam
Neeson hunting for his daughter's kidnappers in
"Taken."
It's cathartic sometimes to see "justice" come
to those who truly deserve it, especially when
it's all fictional. But what happens when the one
seeking revenge goes farther than we're willing
to follow? When revenge becomes -
something much more sinister?
That's what "Law Abiding
Citizen" is out to discover.
The.movie begins quickly, with
Clyde Shelton (Gerard Butler,
"300") and family being attacked .
by two burgers. Tied up, Clyde
is forced to watch as his family is
killed in one of those scenes where
what you don't see is worse than
what you do. .' .
The killers are caught and it's up
to Assistant District Attorney Nick
Rice (Jamie Foxx, "The Soloist") ..z ',
to put them away. Unfortunately, ,
in the face of disqualified evidence '
and his own desire to keep his
conviction record up, Nick pleads down one of
the attackers to ensure the death penalty for the
other.
Clyde, understandably, is not pleased with this
outcome, especially considering the one who gets
off with only five years was the instigator.
Jumping ahead nine years, Clyde is finally ready
to seek his revenge, not only against those who
committed the crimes and those who allowed one
of them to escape full justice, but against the entire
system he now sees as corrupt. Fortunately, like
Neeson's character in "Taken," he has a secret
skill-set that makes him the perfect man for the job.
Anyone who's seen a trailer for the movie knows
Clyde is caught and put in jail (which happens in
the first 30 minutes or so), but it's only after that
he's behind bars that his plan really begins.


Director F. Gary Gray is no stranger to revenge
flicks, with his resume including the Vin Diesel-
starring "A Man Apart" and the remake of "The
Italian Job," which comes close to the genre.
Kurt Wimmer ("Equilibrium") delivers a solid
script that takes the audience for a ride as Clyde's
plans unfold.
Once Clyde is in prison, the film shifts from a
standard revenge story to a psychological thriller
as Nick and his boss (Bruce
McGill, "MacGyver"), along with
.- two detectives (Colm Meaney,
"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" and
Michael Irby "The Unit"),struggle
to figure out why the killings don't
stop-
As his plan escalates, the initial
understanding we have for his
character begins to wear thin.
Wimmer, who has written some
strong stories in the past, continues
here as he keeps the plot moving
forward cleanly and the eventual
outcomeisbothbelievableandwith
one exception, satisfying. Without
spoiling anything, a decision made
by Nick didn't quite sit with me
as far as his character had been established to that
point, but it wasn't a big distraction. It's nice when
I think of about 10 ways the plot could become
cliche and it avoids them all.
Butler's portrayal of Clyde is more subdued
that I've seen him in past roles and it fits the
supposedly defeated character with a boiling rage
just under the service. Foxx walks a thin line early
making Nick somewhat unsavory to allow us tO
sympathize with Clyde, but keeps it slight enough
that we're willing to change sides later.
Overall, "Law Abiding Citizen" is an above.
average thriller with good actors and a solid story
that keeps you guessing until the end.
The movie is rated R for strong, bloody,
brutal violence and torture, a scene of rape, and
pervasive language.


Entertinmen


B-2 Perry News-Herald October 23-24, 2009


New York is the place to be


Downtown fun
The Florida Forest Festival continues tonight
downtown with scary stories at the Graystone at 5 p.rn.
and the Kids' Parade at 6:30, featuring Cub Scouts along
with area children dressed in their "forestry finest." The
Antique Car Gaslight Parade closes out the night.









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Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
Rental assistance available. HUD
vouchers accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC &
non- HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon.-Thurs.
Call 850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315
Puckett Rd, Perry, FI, 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
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Fully furnished, remodeled apartment
for rent. Microwave, DVDITV, stove and
refrigerator. Utilities include light, cable,
garbage and water. $150 per week or
$600 month. $100 deposit. No pets or
smoking. 850-926-3613 or 850-519-
3442.
10/9-11/4


Ford 2600 Diesel Tractor, 6 ft.long disc,
5ft.bush hog mower $5,000.584-5242.
850-584-5242.
10/9-10/21
2006 Carolina Skiff 1980 DLX. Live
well, 27 gal gas tank, Water separator /
filter, Biming Top, Hummingbird 787,
Uniden Oceanus submersible marine
radio, Compass, 6 life jackets, Coast
guard package, 2006 Yamaha F90 4
Stroke, Extended Warranty till June 28,
2012, Rocket Galvanized trailer.
$11,500.00 Call Tony Brooks at 584-
7841 (Home) or 584-1685 (Work)
10/23tf
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


Downtown small office building with a
display window for rent or sale. 114 S.
Jefferson St.Call Sawgrass Realty, LLC
850-223-2370.
10/14tfSR
For rent: 2 Bed/1 BA House. Central
Heat/AC, Corner lot, W/D 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.
10/14-11/6
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
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
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
2 bed/1 bath house with family room,
Laundry room, car garage.$650 deposit
and $650 month, 223-3369.
9/18-10/21


Red, 1990 F-150 XLT extended cab, all
power heat and AC works. Brand new
mud tires. 300 6 cyl., 5 speed. Runs
great. Call 850-843-7699 $1,000 or
best offer.
10/23-11/14
2005 Kawasaki Ninja 250 motorcycle
16,000 miles, well-maintained,
black/green color. Call Seth at 850-843-
626166 1000.
2001 Ford Ranger step-side, X Cab,
automatic, liner, recent brakes and
rotors, front end and new AC, 6 cyl.
greattruck$5,000.223-2201.
10/21-10/30
2004 GMC Sierra fully equipped. Tow
break, excellent condition. $9,000 or
best offer.1-850-223-2669.
10/16-10/23
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
.0-nwk one a
2004 Saturn ION Coupe. Sun roof,
leather, black, nice car. $4,300. 584-
2270 or 843-7763.
10/21-10/23JM
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Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners
Fire Fighter/Paramedic = $11.10 hr.
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 Wednesdays 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
Benefits Specialist
wth leading manufacturer of military
and defense related ammunition
products.
Duties would include, but not be limited
to; administration of our wellness
program, administration of benefits,
assist with WIC, maintain OSHA log,
reconciliation of medically related
. absenteeism, audRing of HR records,
and administration of our company
phhesiqa and drumuss he excellent
organizational, interpersonal, oral and
written communication and computer
skills and possess the versatility to
adapt to changing situations, establish
credibility and make sound decisions
quickly.
Requires at least one year as an LPN
and at least two years of computer,
employee benefits and workers
compensation experience.
This position offers a competitive salary
and benefits package. AII applicants
are subject to pre-employment drug
screening and a background check by
BATF. Only qualified candidates will be
called for an interview. Apply by
submitting a resume and salary
requirements to the attention of HR
Manager, email mwalsh@martin-
electronics.com, by fax 850-584-2044
tecbt on I .,H1R62M5anage a
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Avon needs reps in this area. Only
$10.00 start-up fee. Call BJ at 584-
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493-2492
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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?
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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



Lab puppies for sale. Black, AKC
registered, 12 weeks old, shots current,
1 male; 2-females. $300/ea. Call 850-
838-6744 or 850-223-2092.
10/23-11/4

Hogs for sale $10 and $20 850-584-
8060
10/23-11/4
Chickens for sale Fancy Bantums,
Golden sex-links and some Rhode
Island Reds. Call Ann at 223-1697.
10/14-10/21
3 Deer hounds for sale.
July/Walker/Beagle Cross. 14 months
old. Running well, $200. Call (850)519-
2313.
10/21-10/28


New Store Opens! Bargains Unlimited,
1305 N. Jefferson St. Used furniture,
tools, appliances, House hold goods,
Tuesday Saturday, 10 a.m. 6 p.m.
850-223-1860.
10/21-10/28
$169 Queen pillow top mattress & box.
Manufacturer wrapped, with warraggi
222-77831elivery available.
10/23GCN2

2-piece Living room set 100% all
leather, matching set, must sell, $699,
never used, in crates. 425-8374.
Delivery avail.
10/23GCN2
Cherry sleigh bed Solid wood, never
used, still in box, $249.425-8374.
10/23GCN2
New King Plush top mattress set, still in
plastic wlwarranty. $279 222-7783. Can
deliver.
10/23GCN2

.WANT TO BUY
Old Taylor county & Jerkins
Yearbooks
Old Silver Coins
Scrap Gold
Old Comic Books
Used Furniture (LR, DR, BR)
Used Appliances
Taylor County Memorabilia


Bedroom set: King size, solid wood
dovetailed drawers. New still in
packaging. Worth $2600 give away
$1,100. Can deliver 222-7783.
10/23GCN2
Rossi singleshot 270, wopdstock, with
Simmons Scope, barely used! $200;
two Rockford Fosgate 12 inch speakers
in custom box $75; Heavy duty custom
built bumper 4x6 square tubing for full
size truck. Never been mounted! $250;
Oak claw foot dining room table w/leaf
and six chairs $100. 843-2463.
10/23-
Beautiful sofallove seat micro fiber set.
$499, still in crate, never used. Factory
warranty, solid oak foundation. Can
deliver 545-7112.
10/23GCN2
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

Hay for sale. Buy 5 rolls or more $35
per roll. Contact Iris at 584-8885.
10/14-10/30


House for sale 3 BD/2 B house on over
2 acres of land. Good location and
good neighborhood. Hwy. 98, 146
Falling St. large building in back. New
roof and air. $79,800. Call 584-3673 or
584-5205.
10/23-11/11
Land/Home for sale. 1996 Fleetwood 3
BD/2 BA 24/40, 1 acre + or on Puckett
Road. All Improvements $48,900.00
Call Becky 850-584-7094.
10/23tfPR
SW100 for sale. Call 584-3139.

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.
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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REDUCED/BELOW APPRAISAL
1ST TIME BUYERS STIMULUS
ENDING SOON! Brick 3BD/2BA,
covered patio, carport, barn with floor
ancLelectric.,Landscaped,>fencedaygrdso
corner lot with 1.76 acres. Cemented
sidewalks and circular drive. New roof,
new hot water heater, commercial
grade carpet, cabinet galorel 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
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 plant 850-838-1869 leave
message. Agents welcome serious
inquiries only please!
9/30tinEY



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
Rossi 223 single shot, black synthetic
stock. 3-9x40 scope. $200. Call 578-
2161,
10/9-10/23
Bow Buck Masters G-3/ all
accessories.$350.00; Weatherby 7 mm
Remington mag $325.00; Marlin 22
Mag. Bolt action/scope $245.00 Call
850-838-7407.
10/23-10/30



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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 Housifig OWortinity." Offich
hours are 8:00-5:00 Mon.- Thurs. Call
850-584-5668.709 W. Church St.Perry,
FL32348.TDD711.
5/13tfWP
1 bed/1 bath, no laundry facility. $425
deposit and $425 per month. No pets,
223-3369.
9/18-10/21
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.
1/7tfLS
202 S. Arena St. Nice house, 2 BD/1
BA, $575 mo. 850-672-0973.
9/4tfLS
SmallRVforrent.includespower;water
and cable. $100 per week.1st and last,
Just outside city limits. 843-0883.
9/9-11/6

Westgate Rooms available for rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly, $40 daily, $545 per month. RV
sites $19 daily, $90 weekly, $290
monthly. Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy.850-584-5235.
1/7tfLS
Steinhatchee Place Resort Furnished
$5 -d$7 0 durt s.C ed r t.
Cable, internet and hot tub in
Steinhatchee. Call 1-352-498-7740.
11/28tfSPR/SPD
Steinhatchee Park Models. Furnished
or unfurnished. $700 mor th 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


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10/23-10/28
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For rent modular honie, 3 BR/2 BA,
dinning, large lot, 315 Crit Jones Drive.
Perry $600 mo. Move-in Special $800.
850-210-8439, 352-751-4575, 478-
718-5861.
10/21-10/23
30ish F looking for M/F roommate to
share 2 BD/2 BA home- in a private
country setting. Partially furnished,
$325 a month (utilities included), $200
deposit upon moving in. Pets ok,
smoking ok.223-1484.
10/21-10/30
For rent: 2 bedroom and 1 bathroom
house located in a quiet neighborhood.
Call 850-445-5837 and if no answer
please leave message.We will get back
with you A.S.A.P.
10/21-10/23
For rent: room with private entrance
and private bath. 584-8045.
10/21tfMC
Nice furnished efficiency apartment.
Utilities, satalite TV and trash collection
included. One or two adults. No
children. No pets. $150 per week, plus
$150 security deposit. Call 584-2199.
10/21-10/30
For Rent: Nice neighborhood 3 BD/2
BA brick house $750 per month and
$200 security deposit. 584-7084,
10/21tfNGM
1.5 BD/1 BA, kitchen mobile horne for
rent. $300 month and $100 security
deposit. Call 584-7084. .
10/21tfNGM
3 BR/1.5 BA for rent. No pets, no
smoking on premises. Application and
references. On N. Center St. $550 per
month. Security deposit $600. 584-
6140 1 year lease minimum.
10121-10/30
For rent:3 BD/2 BA house near Keaton
Beach $850 mth + sec. includes
utilities, adults only, pets extra. 850-
843-1882 leave message. .
10/21-11/13
Available. Nov. 15, 2 BD/2 BA house
near Keaton Beach $750 + security.
Includes utilities, adults only, pets extra.
86,0284131-118382. Leave message.

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welcome. 850-838-1589.
10/16-10/23
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$350 rent. References required. All
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MOVING SALE FOREST FESTIVAL
WEEKEND SPECIAL EVERYTHING
MUST GO COME & MAKE OFFER.
Friday, 10/23 & Sat. 10/24 from 8:00
AM to 5:00 PM. 4' x 8' Utililty Trailer
w/sides, 1997 Cadillac DeVille, 17'
Roto Tiller, landscape timbers, 10"
Table Top Band Saw, bar stools, yard
tools, wheelbarrow, shop vac,
household goods.
18100 E. Royal Oak Drive Beach Rd.
around Dead Man's Curve, left on Live
Oak, left on Royal Oak, around curve
on your left
10/21-10/23
2nd Moving Yard Sale Saturday 8 a.m.-
? No early birds! 573 E. Lafayette St.
Talking Dora the Explorer Kitchen,
Disney Princess table/chairs, holiday
decor, household items & supplies,
swiffer, girl clothes (2T, 3T, 4T) and
shoes (6, 7, 8 and 9), toys, and stuffed
animals, women's clothes, blinds.
*Person who took the highchair without
paying for it, need not come back.
10/23

Enjoy-it-again baby clothes, fashion
jewelry, winter jackets, goodies, Belvah
purses/totes, nutrition products, travel
system, high chair, car seat, bouncer,
collectibles. Lighthouse Mini Shoppes,
105 Ellis St. Mon. Fri. 9:30-5:30, Sat.
8:30-2:00 584-4455.
10/21-10/23


Cosmotalogy Booth Rental available at
New Dimensions Hair and Nail Salon.
$300 per month (+ tax). Rental room
space available, used previously for
massage therapy. Very nice. Call Linda
at 223-5000.
10/21-11/13


B-4 Perry News-Herald October 23-24, 2009


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Services we offer: We offer in-home
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I, Victoria Lindsay, will no longer be
responsible for any debts accrued by
David Lindsay, or any other debts other
than my own.
10/16,10/23



STATE OF FLOMRIDA D A MENT OF
NOTICE OF INTENT TO FIND CITY OF
PERRY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
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public Inspection Monday through
Friday, except for legal holidays'
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Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347.
Any affected person, as defined in
Section 163.3184, F.S., has a flght to
petition for an administrative hearing
to challenge the proposed agency
determination that the Amendment
to the Clty of Perry Comprehensive
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final hearing and must Include all of
the Information and contents
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the allowed flme frame constItutes a
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Reasonable rates, flexible schedule.
Call Susan at 371-0643-
10/14-11/6

A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush
hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling
and complete lawn service. Call 584-
6737.
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Water/Sewer Hook-Ups Available
Complete Set-Up Service & Anchoring,
Dirt Pads & Tree Service

Tear Down & Removal, Re evening
Installation of New Windows & Doors,
Roofs, Skirting & Vinyl Siding,
Licensed, Insured & Bonded
CallMarkMoneyban584-6397
or Steve McKinney 838-0676

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Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate
WOod available, Mobile Home Repairs,
RV Leak Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-
2270-
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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
thesystem.Strongorganizationalskills
needed.
Competitive wages and great benefit
package. Fax resume to Peggy
Powers, RN DON 850-973-2667 or
email to JoAnn Gnewuch,
Administrator at
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onal information call 850-973-

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*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-
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B-5 Perry News-Herald October 23-24, 2009


r3 t an administrative hearing,
Office of Comprehensive Planning
Department of Community Affairs
2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100
10/23
in the District Court of Larimer County,
colorado
se)NutmAber:09JA34
[N THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF
Michael Robert Lozen for the
adoption of a child
TNo ece D I [NHGtcheson
You are hereby notified that the
above-named Petitloner(s) has/have
eedkInn thisaCo to verified Petition
An Affidavit of Abandonment has
been filed alleging that you have
abandoned the child for a period of
one year or more and/or have failed
without cause totp vidTe asonar
more.
You are further notified that an
AdoptionhearingissetonDecember
lo7a oon91d nt1 .ven the court
You are further notified that if you fall
to appear for said hearing, the Court
may termInate your parental fights
and grant the adoption as sought by
dPe orn sed Courts in Larlmer
county, colorado this 14 day of
October, 2009
erlyn K. Sampson
10/21
Notice is hereby given to Rhonda C.
Robinson unless payment is made on
919NE52CM e 956 Malrlbruepal
storage charges on 9/4/2008. Vehicle
will be auctioned on the 17th day of
November, 2009 @ 10 am at Thomas
Chevrolet 2128 S. Byron Butler Pkwy,
Perry, FL (850) 584-6221 per F.s.
713.585
10/23 .
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
The North Florldo Broadband
Authority ("NFBA") announces a
public meeting to whlch all Interested
persons are Invited. The NFBA Is a
lega nttt pubvl rody creattj
163.01, Florida Statutes, and on
Interlocal Agreement among: Baker,
Bradford, Columbia, Gllchrlst,
Hamilton, Jefferson, Levy, Modison,
Putnam, Suwonnee, Taylor and Union
Counties and municipalities of Cedar
Key, Cross City, Lake City, Live Oak,
Monticello, White Springs and
rul r 11 I beFI ddcat T
p.m. E.D.T. On Friday, October 30,
2009 at the Lake Clty Community
College, Medical Center Auditorium.
Building 103, 132 S.E. Foundation
Place, Loke City, Florlda. ThetNFBA
soard will address general operating
issues of the NFBA. If a person
decades to appeal any decIsIon
made by the NFBA with respect to
eetlrnot chconsderedll edthe
record of the proceedings and may
neeceoddtolsenr C ethc d batt
etimonye d evidence up which
accordance with the Americans with
Disabilltles Act, persons needing
sc.egg o.;qommeaangns or an
r g, orp ycop 1h6min ahis
questions regarding this meeting,
please contact the Clerk to the NFBA

nd t 8 ad a e
10/23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 3RD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
0009-COUO 5FlORIDA CASE NO.
WACHOVIA BANK, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION
Plaintiff,
MAL PATEL, ET AL
Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER 45 NO C'E ISuHEREBY G EN
Judgment in Foreciosure dated
October 13, 2009 and entered in
Case No. 62-2009-C'A-0300157kof t

whoe InMWA HL IAC B N
Mn A A E (' AS T isNKP OOn

FORV MMOTHA E SOANN
POaSS SIO 0 Ihr OTndpartles
w r vengn t.Defendantths
said unknown parties claims as heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees, Ilenors,
creditors, trustees, or in any other
@tc Irnlng b thCuenhdunder
are the Defendant(s), I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at
the WEST DOOR OF THE COURTHOUSE
t T Rtt'OF 1(d Courthouse, In
the 17th day of November, 2009, the
following described property as set
forth in sold Order or Final Judgment,
Lo 3 AND 4, BLOCK "B",
STEINHATCHEE ACRES, AS RECORDED
iN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 190, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF TAYLOR COUNTY,
TO DA dress: LOTS 3 AND 4 BLOCK
B STEINHATCHEE ACRES,
STEINHATCHEE, FLORIDA 32359
Any person claiming an Interest In the
surplus from the sale, If any, other
dhaate toheth nowrer as to the
clalm within sixty (60) days after the
IT ESS my hand and the seal of the
Court this 15 day of- October, 2009.
By Marti Lee
Deputy Clerk
TAhdsmnoticet se pocMcledNOp ant


accordance with the Americans with
DIsabilItles Act, if you are a person
wlth a dlsablllty who needs any
accommodation in order to
particinpa Inathnso y u,



No. (904)758-2163 within 2 working
days of your receipt of this notice or
pleading; If you are hearing
Impaled, call 1-800955-8771 (TDD); If
you are voice Impaired, call 1-800-
995-8770 (V) (VIa Florida Relay
Services).
Submitted by:
MOSKOWITZ, MANDELL, SALIM &
OM Pp rP/ Drive, Sulte 500
Fort Lauderdale, FLORIDA 33334
10/23,10/30


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