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Call before you dig!
As part of the City of Perry's
gas pipeline damage prevention
program, residents are reminded
to call Sunshine State One-Call
of Florida, Inc., at 811, before
digging.
It is the responsibility of the
person or individual in charge
of the excavation to call for line
locations before work begins.
In case of a gas pipeline
emergency, residents may call
584-7940 at any time day or
night.

Yard sale benefits
Relay for Life
A community yard sale will
be held Saturday, March 5, at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
Medical Plaza to benefit Relay
for Life.
The sale will begin at 8 a.m.
and the community is invited to
"come find a bargain'.

TEA Party meets
Tuesday
The Taylor TEA Party will host
a visit from Col. Mike McCalister,
the 2012 Republican candidate
for U.S. Senate for Florida,
Tuesday, March 8, at the
Catholic Parish Hall beginning
at 5:45 p.m.
McCalister has a PhD
in management, and has
completed the War College and
the Harvard University Program
on senior executive leadership.
He has taught college, MBA and
doctoral management courses
from Tallahassee to Miami.
McCalister retired as a full
colonel with 33 years military
service in the Guard, Reserves
and active duty. He has also
worked in health care for more
than 20 years covering the entire
state of Florida from Pensacola
to Miami, and performed
environmental inspections at
every Florida National Guard
facility from Pensacola to Miami.
Tuesday's meeting is open the
public.

Poker run to benefit
Rotary Club
The Rotary Club Nature Coast
"Cards for a Cause" Motorcycle
Poker Run will be held April 16
to benefit the Perry Rotary Club
and the Rotary Foundation.
The run will begin at Forest
Capital Park and continue along
103 miles of scenic coastal
roads in Taylor County. Hands
will be made using Five Card
Stud (best five of seven cards)
and the winning hand will be
awarded $200.There will also be
door prizes and a 50/50 drawing.
The registration fee is $15
for each bike and $10 for a
passenger and any additional
hands.
All riders will be invited to a
complimentary lunch at Heritage
Pavilion at Forest Capital Park
with entertainment provided by
Alibi.
For more information, call
584-5366.

NFCC Super Saturday
is this weekend
North Florida Community
College will host its Super
Saturday open house and free
application day this Saturday,
March 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Prospective students,
community members, NFCC
alumni, high school students
and parents are invited to
attend the event, which will
include scholarship drawings,
cultural exhibits, educational
presentations, entertainment,
an NFCC historical exhibit, free
admission applications and
more.
For more information contact
Denise Bell at 850-973-9481
or visit online at www.nfcc.edu/
super-saturday.


Suspect removed GPS monitor and fled


Fugitive captured in Tallahassee


A sexual predator under house
arrest and being monitored by
a GPS device absconded from
custody early last week and
was arrested Wednesday, March
2, in Tallahassee by members
of the U.S. Marshals Florida
Regional Fugitive Task Force.
Keith Ansel Williams, 22,
was one of several suspects
tied to a series of break-ins in
the Steinhatchee/ Jena area. An
arrest warrant for conspiracy


Parking lot

ready by

scallop

season?
The county has successfully
applied for several grants for
the Keaton Beach Coastal Park
and officials are hopeful that
the planned parking lot, which
will serve overflow from the
adjacent public boat ramp, will
be ready by scallop season.
The parking lot is expected to
include 52 spaces and will use
permeable pavers rather than
asphalt.
"It has been designed to
be low impact to meet new
standards," Grants Coordinator
Melody Cox said.
In 2009, the county received
a $35,000 Florida Boating
Improvement Program (FBIP)
grant for the design and
engineering of the parking lot.
Since then, the county has
also received an award letter for
an additional $100,000 FBIP
grant for construction costs.
This will not be enough to
cover the entire cost of the lot,
but county commissioners have
already earmarked money from
the secondary road paving fund
for the project, Cox said.
The lot has been permitted
and once the county receives a
contract for the new FBIP grant,
they will proceed will putting
the project out for bids, Cox
added.
In addition to the parking lot,
"- Please see page 3


Keith A. Williams
to sell controlled substances
was filed against him and that


is what probation officers and
members of the Taylor County
Drug Task Force were looking
to serve when they went to his
residence on Monday, Feb. 21.
However, Williams fled from
officers, removed his GPS
monitor and was on the run
for more than a week before
the fugitive task force tracked
him to his sister's Tallahassee
apartment.
The Taylor County Sheriff's


Office had requested the
assistance of the task force in
apprehending Williams.
"Williams had outstanding
warrants for narcotics
distribution and is now facing
additional charges for failure to
register as a sexual predator as
well as violation of probation,"
Capt. Ron Rice said.
Information developed by the
sheriff's office indicated that
Williams had procured a firearms


and ."vowed not to return to
prison."
Williams has multiple arrests
and convictions for "lewd and
lascivious sexual battery on a
child" with the victims in the
age range of 12-13.
The search for Williams
expanded from Taylor into
Madison, Suwannee and Leon
counties. Early Wednesday,
.- Please see page 3


Perry Village
Ground-breaking ceremonies for the new Goodwill Industries Big Bend Perry Village were held Friday,
Feb. 25. Located behind the Taylor Senior Citizens Center, the village will house 15 units designed for persons
with disabilities; all of the apartments will be designed to be accessible for people who use wheelchairs or other
mobility aids. A ljve-in manager will also be on-site. The $1.5 million project is expected to be completed by
October.

For sweepstakes winners


Ketring, Harris back away from


denying city utility extensions


The Perry City Council
is moving forward with
an ordinance which would
confine the location of Internet
sweepstakes cafes to shopping
centers, require owners to
comply with a more strict


set of security measures and
make winners present photo
identification when claiming
prizes.
However, Mayor Emily
Ketring and Councilman
Sylvester Harris both expressed


concerns regarding a fourth
proposal that would deny city
financial assistance to any
person whose name appears on
the "winners list" from the cafes.
(The policy would include both
requests for payment extensions


on utility bills and scholarships
awarded to youth participants in
city recreation leagues.)
In discussions held during
the council's Feb. 22 meeting,
-** Please see page 3


For Area I


Albritton named FWC 'Officer of the Year'


Taylor County's own Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) Officer
Chad Albritton was recently
selected as the Area I 2011
"Officer of the Year."
Area I encompasses seven
counties in the FWC's North
Central region.
"This is a reflection of
Chad's experience, initiative,
knowledge and overall job
performance. I was honored to
recommend him," said Capt.
Roy Brown, area supervisor.
In 1999, Albritton began
his career assigned to Putnam
County where he earned a
reputation as a conscientious,
capable and hard-working
officer, Brown said. In 2005, he
transferred to Taylor County.
Although he grew up in
Taylor County and knew
the basic geography as well
as many of its citizens,
Albritton faced a multitude
of challenges patrolling "the
large, environmentally diverse
county that has eight wildlife
management areas, dozens of
hunt clubs and local rivers,"
Brown continued
"His biggest challenge was
learning marine waters and


saltwater regulations. However,
he met all the challenges head
on and quickly became the 'go
to' person for geographical
information and local
knowledge of recreational areas
and the people who frequented


them," Brown said.
He also was selected as
the Big Bend's 2010 Coastal
Conservation Association's
(CCA) Officer of the Year.
Albritton was recently
recognized by the FWC


command staff for attempting to
save the life of a fisherman who
suffered a heart attack while
fishing in near-shore waters on
the Gulf. The officer performed
CPR on the victim until rescue
workers arrived to relieve him. #


"Chad is also an excellent
investigator and possesses a
unique interview ability that
allows him to solicit desired
information. This, coupled
with a willingness to follow
up on information, has led to
many outstanding cases,"
Brown said.


One such case occurred in
December. While on patrol, he
,:: .observed a large amount of fresh
blood on a vehicle's bumper. He
followed the vehicle to a gas
station where he asked about the
.. blood. Albritton found deer hair
mixed in with the fresh blood.
After advising the subject of
his rights, Albritton was able
to obtain a confession from
the person who admitted to
killing a doe deer a few days
-' before.
"Whether on a vessel 30
miles at sea or patrolling
the woods, Chad has proven
himself to be invaluable to the
protection of Florida's natural
resources and people through
proactive and responsive law
enforcement services," Brown
said. "Or maybe an easier way
Maj. Lee Beach, regional commander (left), and Capt. Roy Brown, area supervisor of saying it is, he does the right
(right), stand with FWC Officer Chad Albritton after presenting him with his plaque thing for the right reason at the
for being selected as Area 1 2011 "Officer of the Year." right time."


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Perry News-Herald Looking Back......... A-2
Living..................... A-4
Two sections 122 Year,N o.9 Religion.................. A-6
www.perrgnewspapers.com Sports.................. A-7


Community ............ B-1
Entertainment........ B-2
TV listings ............. B-3
Classifieds ............. B-4


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What does Miss Manners say?
The day's reminder written on the chalkboard said: "Miss Manners says, 'I like boys who are gentleman and girls
who say thank you'." If you remember this lesson, than chances are you may be in this Gladys Morse Elementary
School class photo taken in the late 1950s/early 1960s. We ran a similar photo last week, with great results (see
related article). If you recognize this teacher or any of the students, please let us know by calling 584-5513 or
e-mail newsdesk@perrynewspapers.com.


A glance at the past


The Perry
News-Herald
February 26, 1976


4-H'ERS FENCE
JAYCEE PARK
Members of the Tall Pines
4-H Club, with the assistance
of the Perry Jaycees, installed
a new decorative fence around
portions of Jaycee Park to
beautify and restrict vehicle
traffic in the area. Following
the installation of the fence, 4-H
Leader Jim Phillips said shrubs
and landscape plants would be
added.

CHAMBER SEEKS
PRISON HERE
The board of directors for
the Chamber of Commerce
passed a unanimous resolution
asking that one of five new
correctional institutions for the
state (provided in Gov. Reubin
Askew's projected budget) be
sited here.

FAIRCLOTH FORD
SPOTLIGHTS DR. BAKER
Dr. W. J. Baker appeared in
a Faircloth Ford advertisement,
noting that he bought a T-Model
Ford in 1916 and had been
driving Fords ever since! Baker
had the first V-8 in Perry and also


the first Mercury. He estimated
that he had driven three million
miles and delivered 4000 babies
while driving Fords.

STEINHATCHEE MAN
DIES IN CRASH
Marion Eugene Hart, 47,
died from injuries sustained
in a motorcycle accident on
U.S. 19.

WHO SET THE FIRES?
Buckeye Cellulose
Corporation purchased a half-
page ad offering $500 for
information leading to the arrest
and conviction of person or
persons responsible for setting
fires on company land.

WEDDING BELLS
RINGING STILL...
Miss Rebecca Elizabeth
Morris and Donald Henry
Holton were married in a
January ceremony at Burton
Baptist Church.
Gail Ansell and Edward
Aycoth exchanged wedding
vows in a ceremony held at the
First Church of God, with the
Rev. James Cannon officiating.
Mr. and Mrs. M.E. Wiles
of Eridu announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Merelyn, to Jeff Hudson, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. D.E.


Hudson of Perry.

NEW BABIES
Kelly Alana Spradley was the
new daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bobby Spradley, born Jan. 31
at Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
She weighed 2 pounds, 3.75
ounces.
Jason Theodore Colson
was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Teddy Colson on Feb. 7. He
weighed 9 pounds and one-half
ounce.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith
announced the birth of their
daughter, Regina Dawn, on
Feb. 8.
Amy Jo Sullivan was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Sullivan
on Feb. 12.
Cynthia Jo DeVane was the
name given to the new daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Homer DeVane,
born on Feb. 13.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bowden
announced the birth of their
daughter, Candise Leann, on
Feb. 15 at Doctors' Memorial.
Syretta Lorey Montgomery
was born to Mr. and Mrs. Izell
Montgomery on Feb. 16. She
weighed 10 pounds, 3 ounces.

LIBRARY GIFTED
Becky Hindsman presented a
print of an original pen and ink
drawing by Burrell Hindsman of
the old Hampton Springs Hotel
to Librarian Myrtice Parker for
display in the new library.
The print was one of 225
copies in a limited edition;
the printing plates had been
destroyed. Copies were also
given to the Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce and
the Taylor County Historical
Society.
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BLUE AND GOLD
Members of Perry's Cub
Scouts gathered with parents
for the annual Blue and Gold
Banquet at Gladys Morse
Elementary School. Awards
were presented to: Tim
Massengale, Andy Perry,
Mike Morris, Toby Cobb,
Kevin Reed, Jeff Russell and
Chad Smith. Cubmaster Rick
Olcott spoke on "Scanning the
Horizons" and also made the
award presentations.

THINK METRIC
The winners of the "Think
Metric" poster contest,
sponsored by the Business
and Professional Women's
Organization, were pictured
in this week's edition. They
included Guy Parker, Mary Edna
Belcher, Mary Jane Santerfeit
and Cecilia Woodward.

JAYCEETTES
AID TCHS BAND
Janice Musgrove, Merri
Saunders and Jane Sadler of the
Perry Jayceettes were pictured
presenting a check for $180
to Band Director Tom Fowler
for one new band uniform.
The women encouraged other
groups to follow suit with
donations.

HOW DO VALENTINES
ARRIVE IN MAILBOXES?
Students from Happytime
Kindergarten toured the U.S.
Post Office where Postmaster
Franklin Inman explained the
facilities and routes. Each child
mailed a valentine, which had
been crafted at school, to his
parents.


Students identified
Last week, we asked for help identifying the students shown in this photo from Gladys Morse Elementary School.
Betty Hill gave us a call and was able to name several of her fellow students in Ms. Emily Owen's class (1959-60).
"This was the year that we moved from the old wooden building to the new Gladys Morse," Hill recalled. Students
in the class included: Hill, Johnny Anderson, Joanne Cassidy Sumrall, Carol McCall, Chandler Strickland, Sara Ann
Heffelfinger, Glen Worthington, George Johnson, Chuck Hendry, Ronnie Dice, Frankie Ratliff, Cathy Farmer Shaw,
Theresa Kinsey, Ronald McGowan, Mildred Green, Hollis Walker, Hazel Ratliff and Joseph Carlton. Pam Knight also
recognized several of her former classmates in the photo and helped complete the list, naming Beau Wilkes, Betty
Cassidy, Nelda Parker, Barbara Sinn, Duane Wright, Phil Chapman, Ronnie King, Barbara Sherrer, Wayne Dixon,
Goldie Yates, Wayne Cochran, Bill Williamson, Brian Johnson, John Houck and Rodney Clymer.


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By ANTHONY L. WHITE


Cheating

umpires?

My grandmother never met a person she didn't
like. Except for during the spring. That is when
the baseball gloves came out.
Dick Jarvis, Willie Barnes and a handful of
dutiful umpires topped the list of people she
couldn't stand during Little League baseball
season. She didn't harbor any personal grudges
against Jarvis or Barnes, who was her cousin.
Her problem with Jarvis was he liked to win and
the teams he coached mostly did. Her problem
with Barnes, who also coached his share of
winning teams, was he could yell and throw as
big of a fit as she could. She disliked the umpires
because she felt there was no way we could lose
that many games every year without the umpires
conspiring against us. And, nothing could make
her believe otherwise.
My grandmother's dislike of these upstanding
men volunteering their time to coach and
regulate the play of these 10, 11 and 12-year-old
Little Leaguers was fueled by some of the other
parents of one of the league's losingest teams.
Namely, Vince's mom, Diane, who wouldn't let us
call her anything else, and Mickey's mom, Mrs.
Gurr. There were several others, but next to my
grandmother, these two moms were the most
vocal.
If the parents didn't stir my grandmother into
battle, then the hysterics and tantrums of my
teammate, Galvin, usually brought her out the
bleachers and to the edge of the fence. Galvin,
who was one of the better players on the team
(he thought he was the best), should have been
on Jarvis' team. Like Jarvis, losing was not an
option for Galvin. If he thought an umpire's call
was wrong, he demanded a replay and held the
game up until he got proof. Since this was in
the days before most sports even thought about
allowing replays, his proof usually came from
the women hanging over the fence yelling at the
umpire.
If my teammates or I weren't playing our
best, or at least what he considered our best,
a scolding was sure to come. If'he thought the
problem was coaching, then he tried to run the
team. Most of the time we, our coach included,
didn't mind him doing this. Unlike the other
coaches, our coach, Mr. Anderson, who was in
his late-50s or early-60s, couldn't lose his temper
because he didn't have one. Instead of yelling
to express his disapproval to a player, another
coach or umpire, he simply took his cigar out of
his mouth, frowned, then let Galvin do the rest.
We were the league's Bad News Bears. In fact,
Mr. Anderson reminded me of Walter Matthau,
the actor who played the coach of the original
Bad News Bears. We weren't the Bad News Bears
because our team lacked talent. Like the Bears,
we had enough talent to be a championship
team. There were several players, including
Vince and especially Mickey, who were very good
ballplayers. What kept us from being a champion
team was the lack of cohesiveness when it came
to game day. We fell apart.
Most games were close and we even managed to
win a few. But, I still don't know why we became
completely undone whenever we stepped on the
diamond with Dick Jarvis. During practice, we
played like the Yankees, but every time we came
face-to-face with Jarvis' team of disguised Major
Leaguers, we stopped playing like we were the
Yankees and began acting like we were playing
the Yankees.
After a tough loss, my grandmother knew just
what to say to motivate me to get back on the field
the next day. "You and the team did good and I'm
proud of you," she would say. "If it wasn't for that
old Dick Jarvis and them cheating umpires, y'all
would've won."
Never mind the game was stopped in the fourth
inning when the score was 19 to 2.


Perry March 4-5, 2011

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In chemistry, physics

Updated equipment allows students to

prepare for upcoming college courses


Chemistry and physics
students at Taylor County High
School (TCHS) have recently
been working with updated
equipment provided through
grant funding.
The new technology has
allowed teachers "to better
prepare students for their future
college courses as well as help
motivate them to excel in high
school."
"The students we are teaching
today are different from those
even five years ago. They
connect and understand more
when you use technology," said
teacher Janece Campbell.
The equipment includes
Vernier probes, which can
TCHS seniors Michelle Denmark and Ryan Shaw use the new science equipment. be used in a wide variety of


$600,000 grant funding sought to


add trail from park to Dark Island


PARKING LOT
Continued from page 1
the county has also received a
$35,000 U.S. Fish and Wildlife
grant for wetlands restoration
on the property as well as for
some upland vegetation.
A University of Florida
team has been working on
a landscaping design for
the county which should be
complete this week, Cox said.
The county has also applied
for a $25,000 grant through
the Coastal Partnership, which
is funded through the National
Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration.


The county's application has
been approved by state officials
and has been forwarded on to
the federal level, Cox said. If
approved, the grant will fund the
construction of a picnic pavilion
and informational kiosks at
the park, as well as additional
landscaping, including a
butterfly garden.
"We will know by May," Cox
said.
The county also recently
applied for a Land and
Conservation Fund grant,
administered by the Florida
Department' of Environmental
Protection and funded through
the National Park Service.


The county will not hear
back about its application
until October, Cox said. If
approved, the grant would fund
the construction of a second
picnic pavilion and an unpaved,
mulched trail to the onsite
wetlands as well as a boardwalk
and wildlife observation deck at
the wetlands area.
Last week, commissioners
agreed to apply for $600,000
from the Florida Department
of Transportation Enhancement
Program 2017 funding cycle
to design, engineer and
construct a trail from the park
to Dark Island along County
Road 361.


According to Cox, FDOT
staff said there would be
sufficient funds for a trail
consisting of paved shoulders,
the extension of bridge shoulders
and in one area a boardwalk.
She added that funding requests
must be made five years in
advance, but if the county's
application was approved,
work could begin as early as
2015.
The county acquired the 44-
acre park site in 2008 with a $3
million Florida Communities
Trust Program grant. As part of
the grant, the county committed
to a series of improvements to
the site over a 10-year period.


Gunter: Denying utility extension would 'add another level

of aggravation' for residents who frequent Internet cafes


KETRING, HARRIS "It will just make it one more
Continued from page 1 thing for them to consider
-e before taking their grocery
Ketring said, "Management of and utility money and going to
(not extending utility payments),, one, of :these cafe," Gunter
could be a problem. Plus, they replied. -
have to pay for the extension. "I have people approach me
I think we'll be getting into and say that they go to the cafes
more trouble than it is worth, to get away, to relax. It seems
After all, you pay for what you kind of a little hard to me to say
get as far as the extensions are we're going to deny extensions
concerned." or scholarships," Harris said.
"It just adds another level "If we don't make it hard on
of aggravation (to people the individual, that will make it
who frequent these cafes)," hard to get rid of these centers,"
Councilman Daryll Gunter said. Gunter said.
"But for us too," Ketring said. "But you still have to pay for


FUGITIVE
Continued from page 1
task force officers surrounded
Williams' sister's apartment on
McCaskill Street in Tallahassee.
While the occupants of the
apartment initially refused to
open the door, upon seeing the
large contingent of officers
surrounding the residence,
Williams came to the door and


was arrested without incident,
reports indicated.
Williams is currently in the
Leon County Jail awaiting
extradition to Taylor County.
According to details
posted on the Florida
Department of Corrections
supervised offender network,
Williams was sentenced in
September 2010 to 15 years
of community supervision


an extension," Harris noted. "If
you have two or three kids in
the house, why are we going to
make them pay for what their
parents do?"
"If I have three kids, then my
first priority is going to be to
feed my children. I don't think
we should let this slide. We're
not punishing the children,"
Councilman Alphonso Dowdell
said.
"You can handle the
extension issue by policy.
These other issues-the zoning
changes, security measures and
identification requirements-


for two separate counts of
lewd/lascivious battery (victim
12-15).
He received a two-year
sentenced for a third count of
the same charge. The offense
dates spanned a two-year period
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you have to do by ordinance,"
City Manager Bob Brown
reminded the council.
Gunter than made a motion
to move forward with the
ordinance, which passed
unanimously. The extension
issue will be placed the agenda
for council's next meeting.


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Students find that using the
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"Learning is easier when we
use the voltage probes because


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don't have to guess," said senior
Ryan Shaw.
"Using the Labquest data
holder made keeping up with
our data easier," said senior Bea
Sadler.


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Reef improvements

sought by commission

Taylor County Commissioners have agreed to seek $60,000 in
state funds for enhancements to artificial reefs off the county's
coast.
The money would be used for the Steinhatchee Fisheries
Management Area Public Fishing Zone Artificial Reef, located 13
miles out from the final channel marker of the Steinhatchee River
in 35 to 40 feet of water.
According to County Grants Coordinator Melody Cox, the county
has not submitted a grant application to Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC) Artificial Reef Construction and
Monitoring program since 2006. Some $257,000 has been spent
since 1990 on the construction of artificial reefs along the county's
coastline.
Taylor County Marine Agent Fred Vose told commissioners last
week that a dive team recently conducted a survey of the reef and
documented white grunt, red drum, black sea bass, spotted pinfish,
sheepshead, red grouper and gray grouper at the site.
Meanwhile, the Taylor County Reef Team is resuming regular
meetings and is inviting all interested SCUBA divers, anglers and
boaters to consider joining.
For more information, contact Vose at 850-838-3508 or visit
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Lacey Brooke Tharpe
Jerrod and Abbey Tharpe of Perry announce the birth of their
daughter, Lacey Brooke, on Jan. 17, 2011, at 12:36 p.m. in
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. She weighed 6 pounds, 13
ounces, and was 19.5 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Henry and Gayle Lundy of Perry.
The baby's maternal great grandparents are Doris Lewis, the late
C.A. Lewis, the late Roy Lundy, Dorothy Adams and the late
Lonnie Adams.
Phillip and Judy Tharpe are the baby's paternal grandparents.
Paternal great grandparents are Raymond and Mary Pickron, the
late Floyce and Jewel Murphy.


Benjamin Sharpe, Stephanie Punda


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On March 26

Punda, Sharpe to wed

at Cracker Homestead
Jonathan and Patti Punda of Perry announce the engagement of
their daughter, Stephanie, to Benjamin Sharpe, the son of David
and Donna Miller of Ocala.
Both the bride-to-be and the groom-elect are employed as photo
lab specialists for Walgreen's, Inc., in Ocala.
She is the granddaughter of Grace English of Perry, the late Ray
English, and the late John and Adele Punda.
The couple will exchange wedding vows in a March 26, 2011,
ceremony at 2 p.m. at the Cracker Homestead in Forest Capital
Park. Formal invitations will be issued.

Gaddy is one
on Saturday 1 ,
Ja'Mari Leon Gaddy, the son 'C.
of Robert and Shaminal
Gaddy, will celebrate his first
birthday on Saturday, March 5.
He is the grandson of
Sylvester and Patricia Harris,
Robert and Ida Gaddy. His
great grandmother is Virginia
Holly. Also celebrating will be
his brothers, R.J. and
De'Andre Gaddy. Ja'Mari Leon Gaddy

Wedding reminder
Amy Brett and Ryan Sherrer will be married Saturday, March
5, at 4 p.m. in the First Baptist Church. A reception for the couple
will follow in the fellowship hall of the First Presbyterian Church.


A child can only fish for so long with a cane pole and dough ball
before boredom sets in and the young mind begins to whirl
thinking of alternate ways to capture their prey. Put a pack of
beach kids together and these methods will become more
unorthodox by the minute.
The activity I am about to describe is probably bordering on
illegal in some states, so I will claim youthful ignorance before I
begin and caution young readers not to try this at home.
As kids, we spent a lot of time hanging around the shallow water
of the Dark Island boat ramp. Schools of minnows and small fish
would gather here and entice us to play with them. One particular
type of minnow was about 3-4 inches long and sported stripes.
They were our target. I do not recall how we came upon this bright
idea, but I do remember participating with unrestrained glee.
Someone would sneak a metal clothes-hanger out of their house
and stretch it out into something resembling a whip. We would
grasp the end of it, rear back and then, whapP," slap the surface
of the water hard enough to create a shock wave that would stun
the poor minnows. They would float to the surface, dazed. Then
we would gather them up and put them in a bucket of water for
scientific observation. Soon they would begin to twitch and come
back to life.
One day a fisherman observed our technique and likened it to
stunning fish with dynamite. Our eyes glowed with interest but
luckily we were unable to get our hands on any explosives.
When my husband Rod lived on the island, his personal
approach was to wade out deep enough to put the minnows
between him and land. Then he would take a thin piece of
plywood and skip it across the water, knocking the unsuspecting
fish onto the shore. A variation of this method was to just kick the
minnow out of the water, but the former took more skill.
My own private technique did not take much finesse but I made
up for it with kindness and consideration for my fish friends, while
at the same time continuing my early studies in marine biology. I
would sit on the beach and build a rough sand castle with a mote
around it. The moat would then be opened up to the nearby water,
letting it flow in and hopefully bringing a few minnows in with it.
Then I would close the entrance with a handful of mud and watch
the minnows swim around, around and around.
They were later released.
More fun in the sun next month when we visit Dekle Beach. If
you have history or stories about the coast to share, please do!


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Talk

By DELORES WALKER


Daily walks help clear



away the cobwebs


Took a walk today. It blew
away the winter cobwebs that
had taken up residence in the ole
mind and body.
Well, at least some blew away,
others decided to stage a sit-in.
I decided the one-time walk
would not be sufficient to do
the job of ridding me of winter-
dry skin and eyes that had seen
so much brown I almost forgot
grass was supposed to be green.
And....there appeared to be a
few extra pounds to cart around
thanks to wintertime foods
like homemade vegetable soup
with cornbread and buttermilk
biscuits on the side.
Throw into the mix the
holidays of Thanksgiving and
Christmas with all the yummy
desserts and you've got a major


overhaul facing you.
As I considered the choices
I had to rectify my winter
stagnation I complained to
myself when I thought about
bears who hibernate all winter
then come out of hiding sleek
and fit.
Well, a bear I'm not so I knew
my fitness program would take
more than a snooze in a cave.
The first step in any plan is
convincing (or tricking) your
mind into believing this is
something you want.
You've got to want it so badly
that it actually becomes the high
point of your day. I've been
told every battle is fought in the
mind but I must admit my mind
seemed to be doing well while
the body was taking a few hits.


I knew this since I had the
sore muscles to prove I was in
a confrontation to regain post-
winter status.
Determined to make the plan
work I've revved myself up.
"This is gonna be fun!" became
my mantra as I started on the
second day of walking.
Hadn't gone but a few steps
when a redbird with its partner
flew directly in front of me.
Coming to a complete stop I
took time to enjoy their flight as
they rose toward the sky. Their
flight brought them back to
land in the tree closest to me. I
held my breath as I admired the
brilliant red and brown feathers
glistening as the sun magnified
the colors. They didn't move,
neither did I.


I didn't want to break the
moment as I soaked up the
beauty of God's creation.
Perhaps you'll find me fanciful
but I took the meeting as an
omen of good things to come.
Not really wanting to leave
my new feathered friends
behind I reluctantly told the feet
to get moving again, we were on
a quest.
The difference in the sound of
my feet striking the pavement
was evident to me. Now instead
of putting one foot ahead of the
other I was humming along with
the sound of my feet playing
background instruments. It
prompted me to try a variation
while walking, short steps,
long steps and a march or two
became a full orchestra of sound


and rhythm as I moved down
the roadway.
The encounter with one of the
best of nature taught me to see
my surroundings using my eyes
as a gateway to my heart.
A tiny bit of green drew me
to stop and admire the rebirth of
things to come.
Squirrels took on different
personalities as they scampered
up and down the trees, scolding
me for intruding in their
territory.
The sky was alive with


movement as birds of every
color took flight. The sun
warmed my dried skin making
it feel supple and smooth.
Now as I prepare for my
walk it is approached with
anticipation. My friends are
waiting to share the beauty of
this beautiful planet we call
Earth.
The cobwebs have cleared,
the body is shaping up and
greatest of all my eyesight has
improved so greatly I can feel
the view clear to my heart.


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A-6 Perry News-Herald March 4-5, 2011


Body & Soul Retreat this Saturday


Yard sale, bake sale!
First Assembly of God Church, located at U.S. 19 and Julia
Drive, will hold a yard sale and bake sale this Saturday, March 5,
from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the back of the church. All proceeds
benefit the children's church program.
Cavaliers to sing
Lake Bird United Methodist Church will welcome The Cavaliers
to Perry on Sunday, March 6, for the 11 a.m. service. The public
is invited to "come and worship through prayer and singing."
Church provides meals Saturday
Dinners will be for sale Saturday at St. Peter's Primitive Baptist
Church. Please call 584-4346 or 584-5356 for details..

Tibclii$ Leadership

school focuses on Acs'


By SARAH HALL
For we are all of one mind,
having compassion for one
another, praying, comforting
and caring. Please remember
William Monroe and Rosetta
Williams, both at home.
Happy Birthday
Happy belated birthday to
Rodrick Williams (Feb. 28) and
Juanita Monroe (Feb. 29).
Leadership School
The Taylor County Union's
Fifth Sunday Leadership
School will be held at Little St.
John M.B. Church on March 8,


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Joshua Aiden Day


Obituary

Joshua Aiden Day
Joshua Aiden Day, 8 months
old, died Wednesday, March 2,
2011, at his residence. Aiden
was born June 22, 2010, in
Tallahassee and was
affectionately referred to as
"Monkey" by his family.
Survivors include: his
mother, Brittany Day of Perry;
his maternal grandmother,
Debra Swearingen of Perry; his
maternal great-grandmother,
Debby Day of Day; an aunt,
Leslie Shiver of Brandon; as
well as numerous aunts,
uncles, cousins, other relatives
and friends.
A memorial service will be
held at 3 p.m. on Sunday,
March 6. in the Joe P. Bums
Memorial Chapel %\nh the Rev.
Alan Gunter ofticiating. The
famil \\ ill receive friends one
hour prior to the serx ice.
In lieu of flowers, donations
nm\ be made to St. Jude's
Children's Hospital.
Joe P. Bums Funeral Home
is in charge of all the
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Thanks

-Hugger
The family ofthe late Diane
Bellamy Hugger would like to
thank you for all the acts of
kindness you showed during
her hospital stay and her
departure from this earthly
place to her new home in
heaven. Your prayers, flowers,
cards, visits, phone calls and
words of encouragement will
never be forgotten. We would
like to send a special thank you
to New Bethel Missionary
Baptist Church family for
showing unconditional love.
You are all angels to us.
Again thank you,
Diane's Family


15, and 22 at 6 p.m.
Classes will be taught on the
Book of Acts by Sister Vera
Newberry. All interested
persons are invited to join in
this exciting study by the Rev.
Robert Butler, pastor, the Rev.
Izell Montgomery Jr.,
president, and Juanita Scott,
dean.
Unsung heroes,
still making music
Technology has changed the
way we do things. There's no
much talk these days about
little boys and girls taking
music lessons. They are into
music of different kinds.
Keyboards have replaced the
old-fashion pianos. Everything
now is HD, synthesized,
computerized, Ipod, accented
with sounds that fantasize your
imagination. Even so, there are
people who are still making
music and doing a fantastic job.
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Body & Soul Retreat
Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church will hold a Body & Soul
Retreat for women this Saturday with registration and breakfast
beginning at 8:30 a.m. The retreat will conclude at 2 p.m.
Everyone is invited to attend.

IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
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Sunday, 9:00 a.m.
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IN MEMORY

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Happy Birthday to our Best Friend ever ~ You will never be forgotten


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A-7 Perry News-Herald March 4-5, 2011


"^ "Keaton Beach

Fishing Report


Trout must know they


are in season again


BY PAT MCGRIFF
onemorecast@gtcom.net
I guess trout must be like deer
... they know when the season is
back in and then get scarce all
the sudden?
Trout were slamming it with
local reports of several folks
with 75 -100 trout caught as late
as Sunday, then enter March
(Like a Lion) with roaring w-i-
n-d-s and the trout seemed to
tighten up.
I fished a few hours with
Ashley Mock Sunday morning
and we had a good day with 13
trout caught ( and released) up
to 21 inches all on artificial.
We caught four on "that" jerk
bait and then six more on Bite-
A-Bait fighters in several colors.
I hung and lost a nice 6-plus
pound red on a Thunder-Spin
and Ashley landed his 5 pound
red on a Bite-A-Bait fighter in
Golden Mullet. Most of our fish
came out of 3 feet of water.
The East w-i-n-d I fished
in Wednesday with Billy
Pillow, grudgingly gave up 7


trout, three caught on Assassin
"Stinky Pink" 5 inch Shad
Assassins fished both un-
weighted and on a Pro-Elite
1/8 oz. jig head. We also had a
couple of our fish on live shrimp
under a Cajun Thunder. Billy
caught two on "that" jerkbait.
Fishing in 2.5-3 feet of water
was our ticket.
We could find no fish bunched
up, shallow, like the reports
coming from last week were
relaying.
Here is one report from the
Marina: Craig Fletcher and his
son, Bill Wright, both from
Keaton Beach, had 8 trout and
one sheepshead while fishing
with live shrimp and Edge
Baits under a Cajun Thunder on
Tuesday, March 1st.
The forecast of high w-i-
n-d-s could improve the trout
by kicking up the water color
in some areas. The Gulf water
temps were up as high as 70
degrees Sunday and 68-69
Wednesday.
Good Fishing!


Common trout
Nice trout like this one, which was caught last fall, will
become common place this spring as the waters of the
Gulf continue to warm. Speckled trout season reopened
this week after being closed for the month of February.

Atlantic Sun Conference

nominates Ratliff for honor
Former Taylor County High standout Taylor Ratliff was one of
seven players nominated for the Atlantic Sun Conference's Player
of the Week.
The Jacksonville University freshman sparked the Dolphins to a
4-1 record last week while batting .500. The third baseman's effort
included a double, driving in three runs, scoring five runs, a .545
on-base percentage and a slugging percentage of .556.


Spotted seatrout season now open


The recreational harvest
season for spotted seatrout in
northern Florida reopened on
Tuesday, March 1.
This means all Florida waters
are now open to the sport


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harvest of spotted seatrout.
Spotted seatrout harvest
is prohibited in February in
Atlantic Ocean waters north of
the Flagler-Volusia county line
to the Florida-Georgia border


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and in Gulf of Mexico waters
north of a line running due west
from the westernmost point of
Fred Howard Park Causeway,
which is about 1.17 miles south
of the Pinellas/Pasco county
line, to the Florida-Alabama
border.
The maximum daily bag
limit for spotted seatrout in the
reopened waters north of the
established boundaries is 5 fish
per person. In waters south of
these boundaries, the daily limit
is 4 fish per person.
The statewide slot limilit for
spotted seatrout is 15-20 inches
total length, but anglers may
keep one spotted seatrout larger
than 20 inches as part of the
daily bag limit.


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Spotted seatrout may not be
harvested by any multiple hooks
with live or dead natural bait,
and snagging or snatch-hooking
spotted seatrout is illegal.
Anglers may take spotted
seatrout with hook-and-line
gear and cast nets and must land
the fish in a whole condition.
More information regarding
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
saltwater fishing regulations is
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Lincoln Invitational


Lachaddrick Ellis and
Ashley Giacomucci led the
Taylor County High boys and
girls track teams to third place
finishes Tuesday in Tallahassee
at the Lincoln Invitational.
Ellis won both the 100 meter
dash (10.74 seconds) and the
200 meters (22.25 seconds)
while Giacomucci took the girls
high jump event with a leap of
4-8 and placed second in the
triple jump (33-9.75).
About a dozen schools
participated in the event.
Lincoln won both the boys and
girls team titles. Wakulla placed
second in the girls division
while Godby was second
overall in the boys events.
Other top finishers in
Tuesday's meet included: the
boys first place 4x100 relay
team consisting of Ellis, Tevin
Jones, James Houston and
James Strawter with a time of
43.37 seconds; Jones' second
place finish in the 200 meters;
Brion Scott's second place
finish in the 300 hurdles and
third place in the 100 hurdles;
Blaine Brenner's second place
in the shot put; Shea Homer's
third place finish in both the
100 and 300 hurdles and the
second place 4x400 girls relay
team made up of Edmond,
Giacomucci, Deanna Crowley
and Nakelianna McNair.


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Girls placing in other events
included: Edmond 6th, 400
meters; Hannah Blanco 5th,
800 meters; Crowley 4th 300
hurdles; Jeda Holmes 5th, 300
hurdles; Laquinta Stephens 7th,
300 hurdles; Edmond, Crowley,
Homer and Tyneshia Fead 8th,
4x100 relay; Blanco, McNair,
Madison Thomas and Miriah
Gleason 8th, 4x800 relay and
Ameshia Stephens 7th, shot put.
Boys placing in other events
included: Houston, Kevon
Richardson, Deshon Tuck and
Aaron Bell 3rd, 4x400 relay;
Luke Kallschmidt, Davis Helm,
Jon Thomas and Caleb Homer
7th, 4x800 relay; Brenner 6th,
discus and Crowley 8th, discus.
The teams are in competition
again on Saturday at the Jesse
Forbes Invitational at Godby
High School.

Youth invited
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Outdoor Experience will be held
Saturday, March 5, at the Beau
Turner Youth Conservation
Center, east of Tallahassee in
Jefferson County.
The Saturday event is free
and open to children of all ages
and their parents. It begins at
10 a.m. and lasts until 3 p.m.
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A-8 Perry News-Herald March 4-5, 2011


Taylor County 4-Hers take part


in 57th annual livestock show


By LORIWIGGINS
4-H Extension Agent III
They clipped, groomed and
prepared their animals as they
were getting ready to show
them for the 57th annual North
Florida Livestock Show & Sale.
One hundred youth, from
surrounding counties, took part
in the show and sale held in
Madison, Feb. 21-24. Eleven
4-H youth from Taylor County
were among the participants
preparing their animals to show.
The show is organized to
provide an opportunity for youth
to raise and care for livestock,
present them before judges for
competition and then sell them
at a live auction.
The goal of the 4-H livestock
program is to use live animals
to develop youth. Youth learn
about agriculture and livestock


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production and develop an
appreciation for the livestock
industry, but the main objective
is to teach youth life skills. The
experience of youth owning and
working with animals, being
responsible for their care, health
and growth, record keeping on
their animal, feeding, grooming,
exhibiting them in a competitive
environment and recruiting
sponsors for their project is a
tremendous character building
process.
The Livestock Show kicked
off on Monday night with the
swine show. Three Taylor
County 4-Hers placed first with
their swine in their respective
weight class, each receiving
a blue ribbon: Clara Lilliott,
Taylor Lilliott and Haley
Osteen. Other placings in the
swine show were: Makenzie
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Cannon placing fourth with
a blue ribbon, Rylee Hudson
placing fifth with a blue ribbon,
Jade Fletcher placing fifth with
a blue ribbon, Aucilla Slaughter
placing seventh with a red
ribbon, Janae Murphy placing
eighth with a red ribbon, Hunter
Fletcher placing eighth with a
red ribbon, and Hayden Lilliott
placing ninth with a red ribbon.
Taylor Lilliott and Makenzie
Cannon both received call backs
for the showmanship award.
Three Taylor County 4-Hers
took part in the Steer Show on
Wednesday night. Baillie Brown
placed second in the fat steer
division with her steer weighing
in at 1180 pounds. Lesha
Fletcher also placed second
with her fat steer weighing in at
1100 pounds and placed fourth
overall for a homegrown steer.


Hunter Fletcher placed third
overall with her steer weighing
in at 990 pounds. Hunter
Fletcher also brought home the
Gain-in Steer Award with her
steer averaging 3.86 pounds per
day.
Other show awards received
included: Janae Murphy
receiving the individual swine
herdsman award, Taylor
County 4-H receiving the
Group Herdsman award, Lesha
and Hunter Fletcher tied for
the individual steer herdsman
award and Aucilla Slaughter for
the Senior Project Book award
for her swine project book.
The show participants would
like to give a special thanks to
all the sponsors of the swine
and steer. The sponsors provide
financial incentives to help offset
the expenses of the project. The
live auction in the culmination
of the four-day event and
it was held on Thursday
night.


Saluting


the music


makers

TIDBITS
Continued from page 6
If you visit the various
churches and church-related
activities, you will see Dr.
Courtney Woodfaulk, Deborah
"Little Debbie" Flowers, Janie
Mae Jones, Sharon Monroe,
Mattie Lewis, Freddie Johnson,
Willie C. Roberts,Alma Spanks,
Barbara Johnson, Mary Spanks,
the Rev. Dorthy Knowles,
Juanita Scott, Minister Connie
Sue Mote, Minister Carolyn
Demps, Minister Michele
Hughes, Jacques Lang and
Gerald Williams.
Where there is music-making,
we can also find the presence of
Dr. Phillip Combs. They have
all put their time in and our hats
are off to all of them for a job
well done.
Up above my head, I hear
music in the air. I salute these
music makers and I do believe
they will continue making
music, somewhere, everywhere
they go.


Haley Osteen and Makenzie Cannon



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in building "J". Apalachee is currently hiring in Leon,
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national re-accreditation


B-1 Perry News-Herald March 4-5, 2011


Six Florida prisons and six
work release centers operated
by the Florida Department
of Corrections were recently
re-accredited by the American
Correctional Association
(ACA), including Taylor
Correctional Institution (TCI).
ACA accreditation standards
are the national benchmark
for the effective operation of
correctional systems throughout
the United States. Florida
prisons, work release centers
and probation and parole
facilities "consistently pass
accreditation standards with
marks in the high 90s.
"Accreditation is validation
of the professionalism and
excellence with which
our employees conduct
themselves and operate our
prison system, regardless of


the economic climate and
the day-to-day stresses of the
prison environment," said
Corrections Secretary Edwin G.
Buss.


Some of the areas reviewed
during the accreditation
process included security,
health services, chaplaincy,
food services, segregation,
mail and visiting. The facilities


were reviewed to see how well
they were complying with
established ACA standards that
represent the highest level of
correctional practices, officials
said.
Other facilities receiving
re-accreditation included
institutions in Okaloosa,
Putnam, Tomoka, Union and
Walton.
Six work release facilities,
where lower custody, soon-to-
be-released inmates reside at
night while they work in the
community during the day,
also received re-accreditation:
Cocoa Work Release Center,
Dinsmore Work Release Center,
Ft. Pierce Work Release Center,
Kissimmee Work Release
Center, Orlando Work Release
Center. and Tallahassee Work
Release Center.;


Scouts collect 1,200 pounds of food

during annual 'Good Turn' campaign


Area Cub Scouts and Boy
Scouts collected more than
1,200 pounds of non-perishable
food items in February as part
of their annual Good Turn in
keeping with the Boy Scout
motto of "Do A Good Turn
Daily."
In addition to making the
collections, the members of Cub
Scout Pack 603, sponsored by
the Perry Kiwanis Club, and Boy
Scout Troop 600, sponsored by
the Perry Elks Club, sorted the
items into food groups to allow
for easier distribution at one of
the local area churches.
Coordinator John Sunderland
expressed his thanks for the
Scouts and their parents for their
efforts and the many citizens
who provided the food, as well
as Perry Newspapers, Inc., and
WNFK Radio for letting our


Military

Action
James L. Smith Jr.
Army Staff Sgt. James L.
Smith Jr. has been mobilized
and activated at Joint Base
Dix-McGuire-Lakehurst, N.J.,
in preparation for deployment
to serve in support of either
Operation New Dawn in the
Iraqi Theater of Operations or
Operation Enduring Freedom in
Afghanistan and the Southwest
Theater of Operations. The
soldier is a member of the 377th
Quartermaster Company, based
out of Tifton, Ga.
Operation New Dawn
transitions and signifies a
formal end to U.S. military
combat operations in Iraq.
The transition shifts the U.S.
emphasis from predominantly
military to predominantly
civilian as the U.S. officials
assist Iraqis in accordance
with the Strategic Framework
Agreement. The three primary
missions of U.S. Forces
include advising, assisting
and training the Iraqi Security
Forces; conducting partnered
counterterrorism operations;
and providing support to
provincial reconstruction teams
and civilian partners as they
help build Iraq's civil capacity.
Operation Enduring Freedom
is the official name given to anti-
terrorism military operations
involving U.S. troops and allied
coalition partners.
Active duty and reserve
component members from all
branches of the U.S. armed
forces have been deployed to
support the war against global
terrorism outside the borders of
the United States. U.S. troops
serve in South and Southwest
Asia, Iraq, the Arabian
peninsula, islands in the Pacific,
and Europe.
The sergeant is an automated
logistical specialist and has
served in the military for 19
years. He is the son of James
L. and Carol M. Smith of Perry.
His wife, Cheryl, is the daughter
of Kay D. Folsom of Perry.


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food drive effort.
Representatives of the three
local churches where the food


was directed added their thanks,
stating that the food collected
will help to provide meals for
more than 200 families.


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B-2 Perry News-Herald March 4-5, 2011


March has impressive slate of



films, including plenty of sci-fi


'The King's Speech' rules over



otherwise lackluster ceremony


The 83rd Academy Awards were the second
shortest edition in recent memory, proving that
after years of complaints over how the show runs
too long, shorter is not necessarily better.
For the winners, it was surely a grand occasion,
with "The King's Speech" reigning over its
competitors with four awards, including Best
Picture and Best Director. "Inception" tied with
four as well--mostly on the technical side--while
"The Social Network" took home three.
As for our "young and hip" hosts, Anne
Hathaway and James Franco,they probably should
have abdicated to one of their predecessors, three
of whom made appearances, one from beyond the
veil. Hathaway had a "school girl" exuberance
about meeting the various stars which started off
rather cute but became somewhat grating by the
end. Franco, on the other hand, was even more
stilted than Alec Baldwin last year, proving again
that two hosts are not the answer. (Perhaps Billy
Crystal will get the job for a ninth time next year.)
Beyond the hosts, however, there just didn't
seem to be a lot of heart in this year's production.
Maybe next year, right? Well, we still have 21
picks to get through today, so let's get started. I
finished 14-7 this time, one off my record of 15-6
from two years ago.
Best Short Film, Live Action
Pick: none
Award: "God of Love"
Director Luke Matheny--and his mother's
craft services--were one of the emotional hits of
the evening after his well-received acceptance
speech.
Best Short Film, Animated
Pick: none
Award: "The Lost Thing"
Best Documentary, Short Subjects
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Award: "Strangers No More"
Best Documentary, Features
Pick: "Inside Job"
Award: "Inside Job"
As usual, the documentary category provided
the evening's most political moment. The surprise
was that other than a few shout-outs for union
crews, it was the only political moment.
Best Foreign Language Film
Pick: "Biutiful"
Award: "In a Better World"
After five years of making Oscar picks, this
is the only category I have missed every single
time. I rarely get a chance to see even one of the
nominees prior to the Oscars, and this year was
no different. "Biutiful" had received the most
buzz due to Javier Bardem's nomination for Best
Picture, but if I've learned anything over the past
five years, the most well-known foreign film is
not going to leave the winner.
Best Achievement in Visual Effects
Pick: "Inception"
Award: "Inception"
Christopher Nolan's sci-fi masterpiece was the
right choice here, with its crews having created an
entirely unique view of our dreams.
Best Achievement in Sound Editing
Pick: "Inception"
Award: "Inception"
This was the first year I managed to pick both
sound awards correctly, but it was also the first
time in the past five years that both went to the
same film.
Best Achievement in Sound Mixing
Pick: "Inception"
Award: "Inception"
Best Original Song
Pick: "If I Rise" ("127 Hours")
Award: "We Belong Together" ("Toy Story 3")
As Randy Newman pointed out, he has been
nominated 20 times at the Oscars and this was
only his second win. He did prove that all of those
missed opportunities honed his acceptance speech
skills, as he provided one of the night's best,joking
that they have a "Randy Newman" sandwich at
the nominees luncheon. He also apologized for
"slowing down" so many ceremonies with his
nominated songs.
Best Original Score
Pick: "The Social Network"
Award: "The Social Network"
I would have been happy if "Inception" or
"How to Train Your Dragon" had pulled the upset
here, but all in all, it was a solid year for film
music. And you have to admit, it is kind of cool
to see the man behind the band Nine Inch Nails
picking up an Oscar.
Best Achievement in Makeup
Pick: "The Way Back"
Award: "The Wolfman"
This was a reach pick from the beginning, but
based on Cate Blanchett's exclamation of "That's
gross!" during the announcement, the guys behind
"The Wolfman" deserved the award.
Best Achievement in Costume Design
Pick: "The King's Speech"
Award: "Alice in Wonderland"
It's hard to argue with this one. While the
film struggled to keep its story together for the
duration, "Alice in Wonderland" was an amazing


thing to witness, as most Tim Burton films often
are.
Best Achievement in Art Direction
Pick: "Inception"
Award: "Alice in Wonderland"
Same as above, although I thought "Inception"
had more variety in its locations.
Best Achievement in Cinematography
Pick: "Inception"
Award: "Inception"
Considering Nolan was snubbed in the directing
category, it was nice to hear all of the appreciation
from his crew throughout the night.
Best Achievement in Editing
Pick: "The Social Network"
Award: "The Social Network"
This was only the third time since 2004 that the
Best Editing Oscar winner didn't take home Best
Picture as well.
Best Adapted Screenplay
Pick: "The Social Network"
Award: "The Social Network"
It's hard to deny how solid Aaron Sorkin's
script was for David Fincher's film.
Best Original Screenplay
Pick: "The King's Speech"
Award: "The King's Speech"
As much as I would have loved to see Nolan
finally take home an Academy Award, this was
David Seidler's year to win. Having overcome
a stutter of his own, Seidler became the oldest
person at 73 to win the award. Interestingly
enough, while doing research for the film, he
discovered his uncle was treated by the real-life
Lionel Logue.
Best Director
Pick: David Fincher ("The Social Network")
Award: Tom Hooper ("The King's Speech")
It's hard to call this one an upset.when tradition
was solidly behind Hooper. The Director Guild of
America awarded Hooper and they have correctly
picked the Oscar winner every year since 2004.
Additionally, since I had already decided that
"The King's Speech" was going to win, I should
have gone with Hooper because only once since
2004 has the Best Director and Best Picture
Oscars gone to different films. That being said, I
felt Fincher would end up prevailing here like his
film did in Best Editing. One for two. By the way,
nothing throughout the night could top Hooper's
heartwarming story about how his mother went to
a reading of an unpublished play and told him he
should make it into a movie. The play was "The
King's Speech." Listen to your mother, indeed.
Best Supporting Actress
Pick: Hailee Steinfeld ("True Grit")
Award: Melissa Leo ("The Fighter")
In five years of picking the ,Oscar winners,
I have never swept the acting categories, going
3-1 every year except 2008 when I missed both
actress awards. Like last year, I went with the
upset that didn't happen, calling for the 14-year-
old Steinfeld to take home the Oscar. Leo did
provide one of the more memorable moments
when she helped the censors earn their money,
instantly becoming one of the running gags for
the night. Also, who didn't laugh, whether you're
Australian or not, when Kirk Douglas kept the
nominees waiting to hear who won?
Best Supporting Actor
Pick: Christian Bale ("The Fighter")
Award: Christian Bale ("The Fighter")
This was the first time since "Million Dollar
Baby" in 2005 that a film won multiple acting
awards.
Best Actress
Pick: Natalie Portman ("Black Swan")
Award: Natalie Portman ("Black Swan")
This was probably the biggest lock of the
night. On a side note, let me say that despite the
ceremony's other failings, it was nice to see the
academy do away with the five announcers trying
in vain to make small talk about the nominees.
Jeff Bridges did a fine job working solo.
Best Actor
Pick: Colin Firth ("The King's Speech")
Award: Colin Firth "The King's Speech")
Firth's turn as King George VI was the second
best performance of the year, behind only
Portman. He once again gave a wonderful speech
and Sandra Bullock, like Bridges, proved one
announcer is plenty.
Best Picture
Pick: "The King's Speech"
Award: "The King's Speech"
Interestingly enough, after five years, this is the
only category I have correctly picked every year.
The film came into the night as the favorite and
once Hooper picked up the Best Director award,
there was no question left. Unfortunately, while
the film deserved all of its praise and statuettes,
and has amazingly grossed some $115 million
domestically, that wasn't good enough for the
Weinstein Company, which is preparing a PG-13
version of the film that omits the four-letter filled
outburst during one of the king's lessons. If given
the choice, I would recommend everyone avoid
the new version and hold out for the true film...the
one that just won Best Picture of the year.


By MARK VIOLA
Hollywood has been moving up the start of the
summer blockbuster season for years now. Now
the first weekend of May is the official kick-off.
That means April is the new May with bigger and
bigger releases being lined up and in turn, March
is the new April.
While March used to rank up there with January
as a rather dead month for movies, we now have a
surprisingly full slate to look forward to.
This weekend starts off the busy .:
month with four movies opening
in wide release.
Up first is "The Adjustment
Bureau," featuring Matt Damon
("The Bourne Identity") as a rising
politician who meets a ballerina
(Emily Blunt, "The Wolfman"),
but a strange group is doing -
everything it can to keep them
apart. This is the directorial debut
for George Nolfi, who wrote "The
Bourne Ultimatum." The movie,
based on a short story by Philip K.
Dick, looks intriguing. 1.
The film is rated PG-13 for brief pI.--
strong language, some sexuality '
and a violent image.
"Beastly" is a modem day ,,., .
retelling of "Beauty and the' '". '
Beast" featuring Alex Pettyfer ("I .
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wealthy young man who is cursed
by his classmate. In order to break I
the curse, he must find someone r
who will love him. When he meets -
Lindy (Vanessa Hudgens, "High
School Musical"), she may be the
one.
The movie is rated PG-13
for language including crude
comments, brief violence and
some thematic material.
. Director Gore Verbinski
("Pirates of the Caribbean"
trilogy) makes his animation debut
with "Rango," featuring Johnny
Depp as a chameleon who finds
himself the protector of a Western
town from a group of bandits. The
movie boasts an all-star voice cast
including Abigail Breslin, Alfred
Molina, Bill Nighy and Timothy .. .
Olyphant. The trailers have i '
showcased some phenomenal
animation and the story looks'
amusing.
The film is rated PG for rude
humor, language, action and
smoking.
The weekend rounds out with
"Take Me Home Tonight," a
comedy set in 1988 following
Matt Franklin (Topher Grace, "That '70s Show")
as he crashes a party in order to find his high
school crush (Teresa Palmer, "The Sorcerer's
Apprentice"). There seems to be no shortage of
movies about underachievers who go wild in an
attempt to find their way, and this one looks to be
latest edition.
The movie is rated R for language, sexual
content and drug use.
Next weekend continues the pace with "Battle:
Los Angeles," the latest alien invasion flick to
hit theaters in the past four or so months, and
definitely the best looking of the bunch. Directed
by Jonathan Liebesman ("The Texas Chainsaw
Massacre: The Beginning"), the film follows a
group of marines under siege during a worldwide
alien invasion. The cast includes Aaron Eckhart
("The Dark Knight") and Michelle Rodriguez
("Avatar"). The trailers look downright amazing,
so here's hoping the film can live up to them.
It is rated PG-13 for sustained and intense
sequences of war violence and destruction, and
for language.
"Mars Needs Moms" is a motion-capture
animated film about a young boy named Milo
(Seth Green, "Family Guy") who must rescue
his mom from the Martians who kidnapped her.
The film uses the same eerily realistic animation
techniques as "The Polar Express" and "A
Christmas Carol," which people seem to either
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happy to see it finally arrive in theaters.
The movie is rated PG for sci-fi action and peril.
Finishing off the weekend is "Red Riding
Hood," a more adult take on the classic tale
from the director of "Twilight." Valerie (Amanda
Seyfried, "Mamma Mia!") finds herself in a love
triangle in her medieval village, which is being
attacked by a vicious werewolf. The script was
generating buzz long before the movie went
into production, but whether
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process remains to be seen. The
trailers seem to be trying a little
too hard to reach the "Twilight"
demographic, but considering the
box office returns there, can you
blame them?
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violence and creature terror, and
some sensuality.
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:, films, including two more science
fiction entries.
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Cooper ("The Hangover") as Eddie
'.''" -'''? Morra, who discovers a secret
drug which allows him to utilize
Small of his brain's potential, making
him powerful, rich and successful.
It also draws him into a much
wider conspiracy when people
start trying to kill him. From the
director of "The Illusionist" (the
Edward Norton magical thriller,
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France), "Limitless" also stars
Robert DeNiro. The premise looks
intriguing and I'm interested to
see how it turns out.
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"The Lincoln Lawyer" brings
Matthew McConaughey ("A
Time to Kill") back into the role
of an attorney, this time one who
operates out of the truck of his car.
Based on the novel by Michael
Connelly, the film is directed by
Brad Furman ("The Take") and
features a strong cast including
Marisa Tomei, Josh Lucas, Ryan
Philippe, John Leguizamo and
Wilffim H Macy.
The film is rated R for some
violence, sexual content and
language.
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realm of the R-rated comedy as
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(Simon Pegg and Nick Frost,
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Area 51. Soon all three are on
the run from government agents who want the
alien back. Director Greg Mottola's previous two
films--"Superbad" and "Adventureland"--were
both well-received, but it remains to be seen how
far audiences are willing to follow a computer-
generated lead like Paul.
The movie is rated R for language including
sexual references, and some drug use.
The final weekend of the month wraps up
March with two movies.
"Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules" is a
follow up to last year's surprise hit based on Jeff
Kinney's book series. The entire cast is back as
Greg Heffley (Zachary Gordon) returns to middle
school. Screenwriters Gabe Sachs and Jeff Judah
are back as well, but director David Bowers takes
over for Thor Freudenthal. There's plenty more
books to be adapted should the returns warrant it.
The movie is rated PG for some mild rude
humor and mischief.
Finally, we have director Zach Snyder's
"Sucker Punch," a film that looks as cool as they
come about a girl (Emily Browning, "Lemony
Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events")
locked away in an institution who retreats into
her mind to discover a way to escape. Snyder
is known for his comic book adaptations "300"
and "Watchmen," but this time he's working on
a story of his own. As long as there is enough
substance to the very evident style, this one could
be the hit of the season.
The film is not yet rated.


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Small ads...big deals!


AUCTION SATURDAY, MARCH 5, AT
6:30 P.M. AT 1693 SW MOSELEY
HALL RD (CR 360) MADISON. JUST
RECEIVED MERCHANDISE FORM A
LARGE DISCOUNT RETAILER.
ITEMS INCLUDE: BLENDERS,
COFFEE MAKERS, MICROWAVES,
POTS AND PANS, SPACE HEATERS,
COMPOUND MITER SAW,
NETBOOK, TOOL CABINETS AND
MANY MORE ITEMS. YOU WILL NOT
WANT TO MISS THIS AUCTION.
COMFY SEATS AND LOTS OF FUN.
10% BUYERS PREMIUM. MC, VISA,
DISCOVER, DEBIT CARDS, CHECKS
AND CASH ACCEPTED. AU691 RON
COX. AB2490.850-973-2959.
03/02-03/04PS

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




Estate auction. Friday, March 4, at 6:30
p.m. at 224-B SW Range Street in
Madison. Two blocks south of the
courthouse next to Madison Eye
Center. Auctioning off contents of
estate which include items from
Martha's Antiques previously in
Valdosta, Ga. Visit us at
hickoryhillauctions.com for pictures and
more information. 10% buyers
premium. AU 3698/AB 2881.
03/02-03/04

Auction House of Perry. Every Friday
night starting Friday, March 4, at 6:30
p.m. at the corner of Green and
Washington Street. Welder, tools,
general merchandise, comic books,
DVD, 3 wheel battery powered bike,
tons of office furniture and supplies.
Gary Bonney, Auctioneer. AU2021.
AB2011. 10% BP 672-9800.
03/04



Old Vet Yard Sale (daily), weather
permitting. 1 1/2 miles south on 19 at
caution light (in campground).Yard sale
items. Donations appreciated. Thank
you.
02/23-03/18

3rd Biennial Yard Sale. Saturday, March
5, from 8 a.m.-lp.m. at 3150 Beasley
Williams Road (1/4 mile South of
Woods Creek Road, 1/4 mile East of
O'Steen Road). Follow signs.
03/02-03/04

Yard sale, Saturday only from 7 a.m.-
until at 102 Miller Drive (off of
Plantation). Rain or shine. Clothes, new
and used toys. Housewares.
03/02-03/04

Multi-family yard sale, Saturday from 8
a.m.-12 p.m. at 304 North Center
Street. Adults and children's clothing,
bathing suits, furniture, baby bedding &
accessories, kitchenware, housewares
and much more.
03/02-03/04

Trash to treasure sale, Saturday from 8
a.m.-until at Perry Garden Club (behind
Forest Capital Hall). Everything from
Easter baskets to exercise equipment.
Don't miss it!
03/02-03/04

Big yard/bake sale Saturday from 8
a.m.-1 p.m. at First Assembly of God
Church on Hwy 19 North and Julia
Drive (in back of church). Clothing (all
sizes), shoes, purses, housewares, TV,
2 TV stands, toys, end tables,
homemade cakes, brownies, cookies,
scones and more. Proceeds go the
children's church.
03/02-03/04
Agner yard sale. Turn left off Hwy 19
onto Reddick Drive (just past Susan's T-
shirts), 7/10 of miles on right. Friday,
1p.m.-6 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m.-2
p.m. Lots to choose from. Smart parts
paintball guns, and some furniture. Will
have baked goods also.
03/02-03/04
Yard sale, Saturday from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
one mile down Beach Road. Turn onto
Dewey McGuire Road and follow the
signs to Register Lane. Come to end of
the road. Stereo, canoe, TV's, VCR's,
printer, video games, bicycle, dishes,
home decorations, clothes, shoes,
handbags, books, tools, scanner,
motorcycle and fishing gear.
03/02-03/04
Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m.-until
and Sunday till 12 p.m. 1/2 mile past
Dead Man's curve on the right on
Beach Road. Birdhouses, hand-forged


knives, custom-made purses, complete
crib set, multi-station workout
equipment and much more. Call 295-
4205 for more information.
03/04


Auction House of Perry. Every Friday
night starting Friday, March 4, at 6:30
p.m. at the corner of Green and
Washington Street. Welder, tools,
general merchandise, comic books,
DVD, 3 wheel battery powered bike,
tons of office furniture and supplies.
Gary Bonney, Auctioneer. AU2021.
AB2011.10% BP 672-9800.
03/04


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2001 SWMH 16'x80', 2BR/2BA.
Excellent condition. Open floor plan
with garden tub, walk-in closets, decks,
A/C and appliances included. Buyer
must move. Asking $23,500. Call (850)
843-1963.
02/23-03/18



1 BD/1 bath with a private entrance for
rent. Call 584-8045 for more
information.
02/16tfnMC

Inexpensive rentals near Gulf. Call 352-
665-3211.
02/09-03/04
TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
Now accepting applications for 2- 3
bedroom apartments. -0-rent for
qualified applicants.Water/Gas
furnished. On-site laundry. Public
transportation available. Close to City
Park, Boys and Girls Club, Shopping
Plazas. Call 850-584-6482.
TDD 711, EHO.
01/05tfnWA
3 BD/1 1/2 bath house for rent in the
city limits. $550 a month and $600
security deposit required to move in.
No smoking and no pets. Call 584-
6140.
02/02-03/04


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Furnished trailer for rent in quiet area.
Only one adult. No children. No pets.
Utilities and satellite TV included. $150
per week plus $150 deposit. Call 584-
2199.
02/18-03/09

Home for rent or for rent with option to
buy. 2 bedroom, washer and dryer,
carport, central heat and air. Non-
smoker and non-drinker. $1000
security deposit and $450 a month.
Available April 1st. A well-taken care of
indoor dog allowed. Please call owner
at 772-446-6252.
02/23-03/18

Room for rent in my 3 BD house. $110
a week, includes everything except
phone. Nice area. First and last to move
in. Call 850-843-0883.
03/02-03/04
1 bedroom apartment. $150 weekly,
includes water, electric and cable. $300
security deposit. No pets. Call 843-
1301.
02/25-03/04

2 BR/2 bath MH. Central heat and air.
$500 a month plus $500 security
deposit. No pets. Call 843-1301.
02/25-03/04


Helping Hands of the shelter benefit
yard sale. Tons of goodies, all clean and
in good repair! Dressy dresses, heels
(size 10), men's dress shirts, some
men and women's XXL shorts, new
items as follows: wine-making kit,
coffee maker, leash, flashlight and
radio combo, fondue set, Christmas
village, three televisions, wet/dry vac,
(4) pewter chandeliers, scanner,
keyboard, a bin full off electronics,
grape accessories, quilting fabric,
trailer hitch, 5 gallon water jars,
luggage/grocery carrier, Vera Bradley
purses, Barbie wallpaper border, many
shutters and much more. Priced so low
you'll forget about gas prices!! Saturday
march 5, at Jackson's Furniture parking
lot from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Call 584-5958
and leave message.
03/02-03/04

Huge yard sale, Friday and Saturday
from 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Down Puckett
Road to Holt on Cary Stephens Road.
Follow signs to the big red barn. We
have furniture, 2 small TV's, VCR's,
DVD players, movies, sleeper sofa,
washer, dryer, stove, 2 dining room
tables and chairs, books, dishes, pots,
pans, lots of nice Easter items, metal
bunk bed frame, desk and much more.
03/04

Huge 3 family yard sale. Saturday from
7 a.m.-until at 2634 Slaughter Road. 2
end tables, 1 night stand, chandelier,
rugs, shower curtain, girls clothes (size
6-8), toys, books and much more. Call
838-1361 for questions.
03/04

Yard sale, Saturday from 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
at 1130 S. Fair Road (N. 19, behind
B.P). Lots of stuff. Tent, camping gear,
clothes, shoes, dishes and much more.
03/04

Huge family yard sale, Saturday from 8
a.m.-until at 123 Ridge Road.
Electronics, housewares, toys and
much more.
03/04

Multi-family yard sale, Saturday, March
5th from 8-until. Go N 221 turn onto
Shiloh Church Rd, follow signs to
Andrew Morgan Rd. Baby items, TV,
furniture, computers, movies,
household items, appliances, power
tools, kids clothes ($1.00/bag) girls 7-
14. Much, much more.
03/04

Yard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. 12 p.m. at
4450 Wash Davis Rd Hwy 19 to
Pisgah, turn left on Courtney Rd then
right on Wash Davis. Look for signs.
Lots of baby girl clothes, toddler boys
and name brand clothes for older girls,
dehydrater, Wll games, DVD movies for
$2.00, purses, jewelry, shoes, rock
band drum set, board games, kitchen
stuff and lots more.
03/04

2-family yard sale Saturday 8 a.m. -
until at 163 A. L. Suber Rd follow signs
from Green Farm Rd. Baby girl and boy
toddler clothes, boy, girl and adult
clothes (name brand), gun cabinet and
household items. Come see.
03/04

Friday & Saturday 9 a.m. until
(weather permitting). Cookbooks,
secretary chair, vacuum cleaner, team
blankets, baby blankets, basketball
hoop & backboard, new tools, bread
machine, new juicer, used toilet -
$15.00, fashion jewelry, collectables,
home security alarm, pool alarm, toys,
Native American items, new wedding
dress size 24, maternity clothes half
price, baby clothes $1.00, scrubs-
$3.00, much more. Low prices on
everything. Taylor Storage Center -
3498 Hwy 19 South, across from Taylor
Tech.
03/04JH
We Buy
Gold, Silver
Silver Coins
Old Paper Money
Foreign Money
Sterling Silver Silverware
Don't sell your
Old Jewelry
at a yard sale!
Bring it to South House for
TOP DOLLAR!!




Multi-Family Yard Sale. Saturday from 8
a.m.-until at 2932 Ward Road (off of
Foley Cut-off). Clothes (boys, girls,
women's and mens), shoes, furniture,
book shelf, washing machine, love
seat, crib, toys (indoor & outdoor), 2 jl
audio speakers with box, tools, work
clothes and more.
03/04


Three family yard sale, Saturday from 7
a.m.-1 p.m. at 1315 Schwartz Street
(off of 98 West). Look for signs. Kitchen
items, clothes, shoes, plus-size
clothing, toys, cabinets, chairs and
much more.
03/04

First United Methodist Church Youth
yard sale, part 2. If you missed us last.
month, we have new treasures.
Saturday 7:30 a.m.-12 p.m. at First
United Methodist Church (Downtown).
Baby items, furniture and treasures
galore.
03/04



Need Cash?
Got Junk?
Got Junk Cars, Truck?
I buy Scrap Metals!!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
tfnrc

Steel burn barrels for sale with lids.
$20 We deliver. Call 850-295-5842.
02/16-03/11

48" Toshiba projection screen TV for
$275. Dell computer in perfect condition
for $200. Kenmore washer/dryer in
perfect condition for $350. Formal
dining room set and china cabinet (faux
white marble) paid $3,500, asking
$1000. Office table for $50. Call 371-
1179 or 295-2640.
03/02-03/04

New tires starting at $45 through March
only at Ryan's Everything Automotive!'
Call Justin at 850-584-8900, 4053 US
19 S. in Perry.
03/04-03/30RCT
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9-month-old Cockateil. Two-toned.
Yellow large crescent banded with
orange cheeks. Very tame. Comes with
cage on wheels with play area on top
for $125. Call 584-9455.
03/02-03/16



Would like to buy a 2 or 3 bedroom
doublewide to be moved. Call Mike at
838-7407.
02/23-03/04
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Brand new 2 or 3 BD/2 Bath DWMH.
$35,995. Includes delivery, setup,
AC/Heat, steps and skirting. Prestige
Home Centers, Chiefland. Open on
Sunday 12 to 5. 800-477-2492.
01/14tfnph
Brand new 4 BR/2 Bath starting at
$55,995. Prestige Home Centers,
Chiefland. Open on Sundays, 12 to 5.
800-477-2492.
01/14ffnph
Used & repo mobile homes. Financing
available. Prestige Home Centers,
Chiefland. Open on Sundays 12 to 5.
800-477-2492.
01/14tfnph
Bank repo. 3 BD/2 Bath on 2 acres in
Shady Grove area. EZ financing with
low down payment. Prestige Home
Center, Chiefland. Open Sundays. 800-
477-2492.
01/14tfnph

A 2010 3 BD/2 bath 1840 sq. ft.
gorgeous Jacobsen with stainless steel
appliance package, fireplace and more.
Delivered & set on your land for only
$3,400 down, $530 per month. Owner
has financing. Call 352-493-9600.
02/23tfntmh

A 2001 3 BD/2 bath 1600 sq. ft.
gorgeous Skyline delivered & set on
your land was $35,000 now $29,900 or
$500 down and $496 per month. Owner
has financing. Call 352-302-8216.
02/23tfntmh

A 3 BD/2 bath 2006 SW on 7.5 acres in
Lee. Need some work $4,000 down,
$247 per month. Owner has financing,
call 352-262-4531.
02/23tfntmh

A 4 BD/2 bath 2011 Jacobsen home on
1 acre in Chiefland with all utilities,
permits and impact fees included for
only $5,000 down and $539 per month.
Owner has financing. Call 352-262-
4531.
02/23tfntmh


Lots at fire tower on Keaton Beach Rd.
Frontage on Dennis Howell Rd.
5 acres for $40,000
15 acres for $90,000.
Owner financing. SAH Properties. Call
850-656-6340.
10/27tfnKS

3 BD/2 bath on 3.39 acres near Gulf.
Call 352-665-3211. $119,000.
Negotiable.
02/09-03/04


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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4 Bedroom/ 2 Bath house for sale in
city limits. Behind Nature Coast Eye
Care Center. Asking $79,000. Call Amy
Cope at Gulf Breeze Real Estate 584-
5101 or 838-9237.
7/21tfSW
Property for sale. 113 1/2 S. Hiney
Street in Perry. $8,000 cash. For more
information, call 386-294-1737 or 386-
208-8880.
02/16-03-04
For sale with owner financing. Open
your own business and rent the rest.
6000 sq.ft. strip plaza in a great
location in Perry. call 352-343-2077.
02/23-03/09
Recently foreclosed. Special financing
available. Any credit. Any income.
Vacant land...located at 5635 Woods
Creek Road, Perry, $89,900. Visit
www.roselandco.com/87H. Drive by
then call (866)924-8348.
02/25-03/04
Perry Heights. 3 bedroom/1.5 bath,
front porch, open tool shed and metal
shed. Property is almost 1/2 acre, has
new Lenox heat and AC unit, new hot
water heater. No owner financing. Call
584-9455 to see.
02/04-03/16
Property for sale on Dove Road with
smoke damaged house. Will sell cheap.
Call Joe Jones at 295-4952.
03/02-03/11
1600 sq. ft. community building for sale
on E 27. Across from New Home
Church. $60,000. Call 850-295-1489.
03/04-03/16
2 one acre tracks. One block from new
stone on Beach Road (at the end of
Sea Urchin Street). $30,000 each. Call
850-295-1489.
03-04-03/16

Dirty Carpets



Breathe new life back
into your dirty carpet.

Call 584.CLEAN
(584-2532)







1985 Dodge Ram truck for sale. If
interested, call 850-948-8921.
02/25-03/09
2001 Volvo in good condition for sale.
$3,300. Call 584-7449.
03/02-03/04
2009 Kawasaki teryx with trailer. Side
by side. Less than 100 hours. Call 584-
2890 or 838-7128.
03/02-03/11

1987 GMC Jimmy. 4X4 strong engine.
31-inch mud dogs on rear. Fairly new.
Call 371-0722. $1,000 or best offer.
03/02-03/04

Antique Datsun pick-up. 49,000 actual
miles. Contact Joe Jones @295-4952.
03/02-03/11

2005 Acura TL. 48,000 miles. Leather,
Bluetooth, heated seats, etc. Asking
$17,000 obo (includes extended
warranty through September 2012).
Call 223-7156 or 584-3699.
03/04-03/25(Fridays)

1986 Grand Marquis, 65,000 miles,
runs great, interior nice, $1,500.
Call 843-0743.
03/04RBS


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Cedar Island 2 BD/2 bath house and
efficiency apartment for rent. Canal
with Gulf access. House $800, plus
utilities. Apartment $600, includes
utilities. Call 850-295-2032
02/25-03/23

Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $585
(required $45 deposit), $165 weekly or
S$40 daily (tax included). 317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-672-0973. '
1/7tfLS

RV spot for rent. Not in park, includes
power, water, sewer, and cable for $350
a month. Call 727-433-4514.
03/02-03/09

Nice, clean 2 BR/2 bath MH.
Dishwasher, refrigerator, stove, washer,
hookup for dryer, central heat and air,
large yard, screened patio and
screened porch. $600 a month. First,
last and a security deposit of $300.
Property is located at 2789 Johnson
Stripling Road. Please call 838-5716 or
584-6917.
02/11-03/09
Office or retail space for rent. 750 sq. ft.
for $450, 1000 sq. ft. for $750 or 3000
sq. ft. for $1,500. 720 S. Jefferson
Street. Call 352-343-2077.
02/11-03/09

Westgate Rooms available for rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly, $40 daily, $585 per month. RV
sites $20 daily, $100 weekly, $350
monthly. Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-299-6554.
tfLS

Woodridge Apartments
accepting applications for 1, 2, and 3
BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers
considered. Call 850-584-5668.709 W.
Church St., Perry, FL 32348 TDD
711."This institution is an equal
opportunity provider, and employer."
5/19tfWA
Office space for lease. 224 N. Jefferson
Street. Will alter to suit. On-site parking.
Up to 4,000 sq. ft. SAH Properties. Call
850-656-6340.
11/17fnks

Beautiful house on corner lot for rent. 3
BD/1 BA, family room, big yard and
gated. $665 rent. $665 deposit. 111
Susan street, Perry Fl. 32348. Call 850-
672-0973 or 476-426-1489.
01/12tfnls

Small 2 bedroom house. Very nice. No
pets or kids. Prefer single or older
couple with good credit and references.
First and last months rent. $525 per
month plus security deposit ($200). Call
584-3553 and leave message.
02/18-03/15


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PRICES SLASHED

ALL MOBILE HOMES MUST GO

CALL BECKY

850-584-7094


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OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, March 6, 2011
2-4 pm
3231 Vera Lane
(off Pisgah Road, near 221)











Professional Realty of Perry
850-584-5844
- Inda G. Roberts
Licensed Real Estate Broker
522 S. Jefferson St. Perry, Florida 32347
Member of Florida Association of Realtors
Serving Taylor County since 1986
www.prorealtyofperry.com
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3 BD house for rent just inside the city
limits on a deadend road. The house is
on 1 acre of land with a creek running
through the property. $550 a month.
First, last and $250 security deposit to
move in. Call 727-433-4514.
02/25-03/02
2 BD/1 bath trailer for rent with large
fenced in yard. Country setting. $350 a
month and $200 deposit. Available
March 5th. Cal 584-2365.
03/02-03/09
One bedroom furnished apartment. All
utilities included (electric, water, sewer,
garbage and cable). No smoking. No
pets. $165 a week or $650 a month.
$150 deposit. Call 850-363-8196.
01/14-03/23
1 BR furnished house for rent. $350 a
month in the Beach area. Call 223-
3066 for more information.
03/02-03/09

3 BD/2 bath 1900 sq. ft. DWMH for rent.
Completely remodeled, double door
fridge, deluxe 6-burner stove, FP, new
Carrier heat/AC system and duct work,
12 X 60 covered porch, 12 X 24 side
deck, small barn, private drive, 2 miles
from schools and secluded. Mature
couple. $700 a month. 1st & last to
move in. Available 3/15. Call for
appointment. 371-1179 or 295-2640.
03/02-03/04

5 BD/3 bath house for rent near
hospital. $800 per month. Call 223-
3055 for more information.
03/04-03/09


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B-5 Taco Times March 4-5, 2011


OUTDOORS-


Pull behind RV for sale. 2000 31-ft.
Damon "Hornet'. 1 slide out. Great
shape. $6,000. Call Mike at 838-7407.
03/02-03/11



Looking for experienced HVAC
installers and service technicians.
Come by Advanced Refrigeration and
Air Conditioning between 9 A.M. and 4
P.M. to receive an application. Must
have valid Florida drivers license.
tfnAR
Professional Nurse/C.N.A.
Seeking responsible, self directed,
LPN or RN for full-time position on 2
a.m.-10 p.m. shift. Part-time C.N.A. with
possible full-time. Smaller SNF where
you can get to know patients and their
families. Lafayette Health Care Center,
512 W. Main St., Mayo, Fl. 294-3300.
02/23-03/04LHC'
Be A CNA
Quest Training Now in Live Oak
offering 40 Hr. Prep Classes. No
Diploma or GED required if over age
17. Professional classes taught by a
registered nurse. 386-362-1065.
02/04-03/09
TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
Full Time Library and Information
Services Director. $34,777 -$40,310
DOQ. Temporary .(seasonal part-time
call in) concessions workers-Pay range
begins at $7.25/hr. Applications and
job description can be obtained from
www.taylorcountygov.com, Mobile
Career Lab at Perry K-Mart on
Tuesday, Wednesdays or Thursdays
9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.; or Workforce
Position open until filled. Taylor County
Board of County Commissioners is an
EEO, VP, DT, background check
employer.
10/27tfnbcc
Ambient Healthcare is hiring PRN
Nurses for home infusion visits.
Weekday and weekend visits available
for qualified candidates. E-mail resume
to clakanen@ambienthealth.com or
fax 850-656-3523.
02/23-03/18
Badcock Home Furniture and More
needs a part-time salesperson.The job
will involve showroom work. Please
apply in person.
02/23tfnBC
Arby's
We currently have opportunities for a
General Manager, Assistant Manager,
Shift Leaders and Crew positions in
Monticello, Florida. The General
Manager position requires two or
more years of single unit restaurant or
related management experience.
Arby's restaurant experience is
strongly preferred. Qualified
candidates must have excellent
customer service and employee
..*Elaps ski&ls candidate will be capable of operating
in a fast paced environment. Must
have a flexible schedule, be self-
motivated, able to train, motivate and
prepare employees for greater
responsibilities and have effective
communication skills.
Benefits include:
Competitive pay
Bonus program
Performance-base pay increases
Paid vacations, holidays & 401K
Fax resume to 352-333-1161 ATTN:
Ken
Email: kbenson @fasttrackstores.com
03/02-03/04FT
Full Time Apprentice Apparatus
Technician
Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc.
has an opening in our Madison Office
for a full-time Apprentice Apparatus
Technician which repairs and
maintains substations and substation
equipment, transformers, voltage
regulators, reclosers and other
technical equipment.
The candidate is required to have an
Associate's Degree and two or more
years of responsible electric utility
experience is preferred. The ideal
candidate must have above average
analytical abilities, excellent PC skills,
and the ability to understand and
perform power system calculations.
The Cooperative offers competitive
salary and benefits.
Tri-County is an EOE and DFWP.
Please send resume and completed
Tri-County Employment Application
Form, which is available at TCEC office
or online at www.tcec.com, before
March 18, to:
Stephanie Carroll
Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc.
2862 West US 90
Madison, FL 32340
03/04-03/11TRIC


The Boys & Girls Club of North Central
Florida is seeking qualified applicants
for the position of part-time Program
Staff in our 21st Century Community
Learning Center Program. Job duties
to be determined on a needs basis by
Unit Director. Minimum qualifications:
High school diploma and experience
working with youth. Successful
applicants must pass random drug
screens and Level 2 background
screening. Apply in person to Teresa
Compton at the Veteran's Park Unit,
Natisha Miller at the Jerkins Unit or
Jodi Shipman at the Steinhatchee unit,
M-F 2 p.m.-6 p.m. No phone calls
please.
03/04-03/11BGC
AVON! Call now to get started- earn up
to 40% still only $10 for Start Up Kit!
For appointment call: 850-570-1499
tfntd
Advent Christian Village
Call 658-5627 or visit
www.acvillage.net
24 hrs/day, 7 days/week
Be your BEST, Among the BEST
Laundry Supervisor-FT
Long-term care setting; HSD or
equivalent desired; prior laundry and
supervisory experience strongly
desired. Position leads institutional
laundry service; flexible hours with
weekend shift rotation required. Must
work cooperatively in a team setting.
Accounting A/R Supervisor-FT
HSD or equivalent required; AA
degree or certificate in accounting,
medical billing, or relevant field
strongly desired. Prior experience in
insurance billing and coding,
accounting, supervision, PC operation
with MS applications, including word
processor, spreadsheet, and database
required.
Therapeutic Activities
Coordinator-FT
Must be creative, energetic, a self
starter, and enjoy working with elderly
and dementia patients in LTC setting.
HSD or equivalent required.
Knowledge of LTC regulations
required. Bachelor's in healthcare,
social service, or related field desired.
Prior relevant experience desired.
Patient-Centered Healthcare-FT/PT
RN/LPN/CNA/Resident Aide
Valid FL license/certificate required for
RN/LPN & CNA. Medical Mgmt
training required for Resident Aide. All
positions in LTC & ALF Knowledge of
FL regs & prior relevant experience
helpful. Must be committed to team
approach & compassionate care.
Benefits include health, dental, life,
disability, supplemental insurance;
403b retirement account; paid time off,
access to onsite daycare and fitness
facilities. Apply in person at Personnel
Office Monday through Friday from
9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., or fax
resume/credentials to (386)658-5160.
EOE/DFW/
Criminal background checks required.
Excellent work environment.
03/04-03/16ACV ...
Dean of Resource Development &
Management for North Florida
Community College. See
www.nfcc.edu for details.
03/02-03/11



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 110.
02/02-02/25


Stump Grinding
(850)322-7924
12/29-03/30


Cleaning Service
Home/Business
Prompt and reliable.
References available.
Call 850-223-3683
01/21,03/11 (fri.)

J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates.
We also grind stumps. Call today 838-
1280. Firewood for sale.
tfJD(Fri.)
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
tfnaz


Marshall Healthcare


4I Now Hiring!






Full Time CNA's $50000
Full Time RN's & LPN's $1,00000

Also Hiring PRN and Part Time
CNA's & Nurses All Shifts

CNA Classes Now Being Offered

Call Peggy Hamilton, RN, DNS
850-584-6334
Marshall Health & Rehab Center
207 Marshall Dr. Perry
Drug Free Workplace Equal Opportunity Employer


TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE
*Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming
'Tree Removal
*Debris Removal
*Bucket truck use
-Bush Hogging
*Free Estimates* and
*Great Rates*
Call today!
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
Mark A. Moneyhan
Certified Quality Specialist
01/19-04/08

Sojourners House sitters, call 850-
578-2310 or 850-578-2470
01/05tfnb

Swann

Bail

Bonds

Swann Bonding Agency,
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
"Where Everyday Is Springtime"
107 N 584-2757
Jefferson St.

JM Handyman Home Repairs, LLC
Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate
wood available, Mobile Home Repairs,
RV Leak Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-
2270.
tfJM



IN THE COUNTY COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO 62-2011 -CC-24-00A-01
MARVIN D. SWAIN
PLAINTIFF,
IN REF: 1990 GMC TRUCK
VIN# 1GDL7H1P4U607807
NOTICE OF ACTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
PETITION TO DETERMINE OWNERSHIP
OF A MOTOR VEHICLE DESCRIBED AS
1990 GMC TRUCK AND WHOSE VIN#
1GDL7H1P4U607807, HAS BEEN FILED
AND YOU ARE REQUIRED TO SERVE A
COPY OF YOUR WRITTEN
OBJECTIONS, IF ANY, ON MARVIN D
SWAIN, 7885 BEACH RD, PERRY, FL
32348 WHO IS THE PETITIONER, ON OR
BEFORE MARCH 08, 2011, AND FILE
THE ORIGINAL WITH THE CLERK OF THE
COURT EITHER BEFORE SERVICE ON
THE PETITIONER, OR IMMEDIATELY
THEREAFTER; OTHERWISE, A DEFAULT
WILL BE ENTERED FOR THE RELIEF
DEMANDED IN THE PETITION.
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL OF THIS
COURT ON THE 08TH DAY OF
FEBRUARY, 2011 AT TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BySALINA FORD,., .
DEPUTY CLERK'W,- .* ",-. ..'
022/102/18,02/25,03/04

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2011-16-CP
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
KENNETH EDWARD BITSACK,
DECEASED
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
KENNETH EDWARD BITSACK,
deceased File Number: 2011-16-CP, Is
pending In the Circuit Court for Taylor
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Taylor County
Courthouse, Post Office Box 620,
Perry, Florida 32348. The name and
address of the Personal
Representative are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice has
been served, must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedents estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS NOT SO FILES
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. The date
of the first publication of this Notice Is
March 4, 2011. Subsequent date of
publication Is March 11, 2011.
Mary Samantha Plnder
Personal Representative
11691 S. E. Doherty Street
Tequesta, FL 33469
John R. Weed
605 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, Florida 32347
(850)838-1773
FBN: 121530
03/04,03/11


Adoption

PREGNANT? CONSIDER-
ING ADOPTION? A child-
less energetic, spiritual,
committed couple seeks to
adopt. Financially secure.
Healthcare professionals.
Expenses paid. Gil & Dave
(888)580-ADOPT (2367).
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For Sale

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ery.com (352)528-3889



Help Wanted

Between High School and
College? Over 18? Drop
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Earn what you're worth!!!.
Travel w/Successful Young
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Training. Transportation,
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(877)646-5050.

ACT NOW! New Pay
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Drivers FOOD TANKER
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Drivers Earn Up to 390/mi
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Driver Dry or Refrigerated
positions. Single source dis-
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Misc. Items for Sale

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200,000 Rugs Must Go
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qualified. Call (888)203-
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AIRLINES ARE HIRING -
Train for high paying
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CALL Aviation Institute of
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Out of Area Real Estate

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only-2 for 1 SALE! Buy
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