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Publication Date: 9/2/2011
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8 WSeptember 2-3, 2011

Charged with conspiring to rnake drug

and sister--were

a brother

catches the attention of store
clerks. When they purchase all
of the items used to manufacture
mneth together, it raises a red
flag," Perry Police Department
Capt. Jamie Cruse said.
That was the case with
Samantha H-enderson, 26, her
brother, Jason Hlenderson, 25,
and Tiffany Danielle Langford
Henderson, 26.

The trio first came to the
attention of store security at
Walmart when Jason Henderson
purchased twro boxes of
Suphedrine and left the store;
he was observed waiting in the
parkng lot for his sister and
(Tiffany) Henderson.
The store contacted the
"-* Please see page 3

here last week for purchasing
almost all of the items needed to
manufacture methamphetamine
at one stop.
"When people purchase
items that can be used
in the manufacture of
methamphetamine, it usually

Tiffany Henderson

Special edition inside
The Taylor County High
School Bulldogs begin the
2011 football season tonight
(Friday) against Dixie County.
Look inside today's edition for
a special section previewing
the season with rosters and
schedules as well as a look at
the new coaching staff and the
'Dogs new division.

American Legion
welcomes DeVillez
as speaker Tusdy
(Ret.) Lt. Col. John J. DeVillez,
senior Army instructor for Taylor
County High School JROTC,
will be the featured speaker
at Tuesday's meeting of the
American Legion Post 96.
He will discuss how the
JROTC program benefits
All veterans and their
families are invited to attend.
The meeting will be held at the
American Legion/VFW building,
starting- at 7 p.m.

Shells and Scales iS

Shells and Scales, a
community fair, will return to
the Steinhatchee Community
Center from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
Saturday, Sept. 3.
Events will include a

cookie contest (call Yvonne
Tocco at 352-498-7344), a
hula hoop competition, a paper
airplane contest and a variety of

City annOURCsS It.8%(
The City of Perry has
announced the following
garbage collection schedule for
next week:
Monday, Sept. 5, customers
will receive service Tuesday,
Sept. 6.
Tuesday, Sept. 6, customers
will receive service Wednesday,
Sept. 7.
*Thursday, Sept. 8, and
Friday, Sept. 9, customers will
see regularly scheduled service.

Mo day, Sp. 5,inb ho orseof
Labor Day.

Taylor County High School

(PBS) team Saturday, Sept. 10,
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Ace
"WNe will also have
baked goods for sale during
the morning, so come
have breakfast and have
your car washed," organizers


Drop box supporters recognized:
The Taylor County Prevention Coalition Fights Back recognized several key community supporters during the
official unveiling of the permanent prescription drug drop box installed at the City of Perry Fire Department.
Awards of appreciation were presented to the Perry Police Department, City Fire, the City of Perry, Taylor County
Sheriff's Office and American Aluminum Accessories, Inc. Organizers said the drop box will support local efforts
to promote the proper disposal of unwanted or expired prescription medications. Anyone wishing to dispose of
medication is encouraged to utilize the drop box, free of charge.

County continues ree talks Tuesday

The city and county are
continuing their talks about how
recreation will be handled after
the end of the current fiscal year
as well as the possible funding
of the final phase of the Taylor
County Sports Complex.
In June, Mayor Emily
Ketring presented the county
commission with a letter
outlining an offer in which the
city would loan the county the
estimated $1.25 million needed
to construct the final quad
of baseball diamonds at the
According to County
Administrator Jack Bro~wn,

talks are continuing and it is
still not clear whether the city or
the county will be in charge of
recreation when the new fiscal
year begins Oct. 1.
One of the biggest issues
to arise from Ketring's offer
is how the county would pay
back the city for the loan. One
possibility that has been raised
during the talks is the county's
bed tax, generated through
motel/vacation/RV camp site
Currently the bed tax is
three cents, with two used by
the Taylor County Tourism
Development Council for

operations and one allocated for
improvements at Forest Capital
Park, including the new air
conditioning system for Forest
Capital Hall.
Brown said the air
conditioning will be paid off
later this year, which would
allow the commission to sunset
the third cent and seek it again
for a different purpose, such as
the sports complex.
Commssioners have
discussed the issue at several
workshops, including the
possibility of going to the voters
in January to seek an increase of
the bed tax to further help fund

the construction,
According to Brown,
however, after studying the state
statutes overseeing bed taxes, it
does not appear the county will
be able to do so since additional
levies--beyond the current three
cents--are limited to specific
uses that Taylor County doesn't
qualify for or that require state
Commissioners are expected
to continue discussions Tuesday.
Brown said he will again update
commissioners at the meeting
and seek direction on how to
proceed on the sports complex
funding issue.

The Taylor County
Commission passed a resolution
of appreciation for Betty
Rae Padgett, who is retiring,
effective today (Friday), after
working in the Taylor County
Property Appraiser's office for
the past 35 years.
Property Appraiser Bruce
Ratliff and former Property
Appraiser Eldon Sadler were
on hand when the commission
celebrated her service on
Tuesday, Aug. 16.

During her tenure, Padgett's
job duties have included tax roll
certification, secretary, payroll
and budget officer, Ratliff said.
"This is a sad day for Taylor
County, but I know it's a great
day for her and the family," said
Ratliff, who was elected to his
position in 2008.
"She has done everything over
there. It has been an absolute
pleasure and a privilege."
"I would like to than you
from the bottom of mny heart

for all the dedication and the
sincerity and the accuracy that
you performed since November
of 1976 to the people of Taylor
County," said Sadler, who
served as property appraiser for
the majority of Padgett's time in
the office.
"I want to thank you for
all of the long hard nights
and weekends you sat with
the printers before they had
computers...and your dedication
to having it right."

(L. to r) Property Appraiser Bruce Ratliff, Betty Rae
:Padgett and County Commission Chairman Lonnie Houck

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Brother, sister busted for meth




$52 million



Chemring Group PL~C
announced Thursday that its
U.S. subsidiary, Chemring
Ordnance, Inc. (COR) of
Perry was awarded a contract
modification to manufacture the
MK7 MOD 2 Anti-Personnel
Obstacle Breaching System
(APOBS) for the U.S. Army
and Marine Corps.
The modification awards
COR an additional $52.5
mnillion- in the first year with a
total estimated contract value
in excess of $150 million over
five years if all option quantities
are exercised. The contract
extension is expected to
translate into an estimated 20-
30 new jobs at the local facility
by the end of the year.
COR President Keith
Funkouser said, "The APOBS

cont;act odficatin lar

system. Ths new business
award will bring steady jobs
to Taylor County and we
are delighted to continue to
produce this product to protect
our Armed ~Forces."
The APOBS is a self-
contained, one-shot, expendable
linear demolition charge which
can be transported and deployed
by a two-person team, and is
capable of safely clearing a
footpath through anti-personnel
mines and multi-strand wire
obstacles. Chemring Ordnance
is a leading U.S. contractor in
the design and production of
military pyrotechnic signal,
markers and flares.

County commission

recognizes Padgett

for 35 years of service

Remember when...

This is not a test, but it does require you
to put on your thinking cap. Here's the
first of four questions.
What standout defensive player on the
1977 Taylor County High School football
team is the father of a current NFL
running back?
If you answered, Gary Blount, who is the
father of TCHS graduate and Tampa Bay
Buccaneer's running back, LeGarrette
Blount, then pat yourself on the back.
You really are a Bulldogs fan.
Here's the next question.
The 1977 Taylor County High School
football team lost 7-0 in the state
championship game. Who did they play?
If you knew the answer or even if
you- guessed, Clewiston High, then pat
yourself on the back. You're a Bulldogs
super fan.
The following question is sure to stump
most of you.
The '77 Bulldogs beat the number
one cranked team in the state at Dorsett
Stadium that season. What North Florida
team was it?
What? You don't have a clue? Well, don't
feel bad. Unless you were part of that
'77 team or your name is Bob Woods, I
Wouldn't expect you to know the answer.
I didn't. At least not until Woods told me.
"Leon High camne in here the #1-ranked
team in the state, and the Bulldogs beat
theux 20-13," Woods recalls. "I think
~Blount; ihd fi esasanks that aml~e. eII-e'l be
glad to tell you how many sacks he made,
but he'll probably tell you it was 15."
Woods, who provides the color
commentary during the Bulldogs' home
~football games, is more than just a super
fan of the Bulldogs. He's an ultimate
fan. And, that's why he, Supt. Paul Dyal
.(who Woods still calls -Coach D al) and
Coach Walt Lamb Jr. are spearheading
a committee that will honor the 1977
Bulldogs football team during the next
two weeks.
"Last year, we honored the 1940 Taylor
Count Hi h School state championship
basketball team. This year, it will be the
TCHS 1977 state runner-up football team,
itS cheerleaders and the school's band,"
Woods explains.
Woods says the '77 team was chosen for
this honor because of what they did on
the field and for the impact they had on
the community.
al really think, because I was here at the
time, that this teamn did more to unite the
community than anything I've witnessed
since then," Woods fondly remembers.
"The entire community supported them.
They have homecoming parades once a
year, but back in 1977, it seems like there
was a parade every Friday."
Woods and the committee have been
busy contacting players and others
aSSociated with the '77 team, and many
of the players, coaches and cheerleaders
will be on hand when they're recognized
by the Taylor County School Board
Tuesday and for a pep rally and halftime
preSentatiOn at the Bulldogs' first home
game on Sept. 16 against Ft. White.
According to Woods, another reason the
'77 team WaS SO Special is because they
Were a team. "If you messed with one,
yOu meSSed with them all," Woods says.
"They didri' twlin all the games that season
because they had a tough schedule, but
they always played together as a team."
NOW, for that last question.
Who was the guest speaker at the 1977
Bulldogs football team banquet?
YOu don't have a clue?
Well, neither did I. But, now we all
know who to ask.

The Shuntan building
Shown above are early pictures of the Shuman building, now home to askSam Systems on South Jefferson
Street. The building was built in the early 1900s. At the time of this photo (bottom} the left side was occupied
by Powell & Lanier Saloon. The second floor was a boarding house. In later years, the ground floor space ~was home
to the Poinsettia Restaurant and the Eldorado' Caf6. (Top photo) An interior shot of the salon. (Photos courtesy
of Taylor County Historical Society)

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Looking for past editions of Perry Newspapers?
The Taylor County Public Library has a vast archives
of newspapers dating back to '19'18. The chart above
details the editions available for review on CD.


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The Perry News-Herald (ISSN O7470967) is published each Friday by Perry News-
papers, Inc., 123S. Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347. Subscriptions are S35.00
per year or $649.00 out of county. Periodicals postage paid at Perry, Florida 32348.
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born to Mr. and Mrs. David
Sullivan, also on Aug. 25, at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital in
Perry. She weighed 7 pounds, 6

Laura Elizabeth Cox, the
dughter of Mr anhd Mrs. mest
Knudstrup were married Aug.
14 in Tallahassee at St. Thomas
More Cathedral.
Dr. and Mrs. J. Frank Hawkins
of Lakeland announced the
engagement of their daughter,

Janet Kay, to Alfred Joseph
D'Antonio of Perry, a graduate
of Taylor County High School
and Florida State University.
Thel1976 edition of the Taylor
County Bulldogs would open
their Measoe wth aC jmoee
Stadium. The Bulldogs would
sqliiare off against 'the Shanks
Tigers and the Madison
Cowboys. They wouldn't take
on Monticello until the Sept. 17
game in Perry.

September 2, 1976
Perry Chess Club players Cary
Brown and Izzy Rommes were
pictured in deep concentration
while Reginald Floyd awaited
his turn. The Perry Chess Cluib

et p Cn roda .ih at St.

Mr. and Mrs. James Eugene
Scott announced the birth of
their son, Chad Eric, on Aug.
25 in Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds
and 3 ounces.
Melissa Leigh Sullivan was

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A-2 Perry News-Herald September 2-, 2011

1977 TCHS

teamn to be

aglance at t~e r

r'j~es-Iergdygry September 2-

P.O. Box 888 123 S. Jeffersol
Perry, Florida (850) 584-5

TC1MS football donation
Taylor County Middle School Assistant Coach Jimmy Mincy, left, is seen receiving a donation of 100 cases
of water from John Young for the middle school football team. Dale Young, owner of Young Striping & Sealing,
sponsored the donation. He also donated 50 cases of water to the high school football team. Not shown is Kevin

Boaters urged to end summer on a safe note

I.GgiSlative delegation hearing is Turesday:
Senator Charles Dean and Representative Leonard Bembry will
hold their Taylor County Legislative Delegation meeting Tuesday, Sept.
6.The meeting will begin at 3 p.m. in the county commission boardroom
in the Taylor County Courthouse Annex on Green Street.
If any member of the public would like to address the delegation;
contact Travis Hart in Dean's office at (850) 487-5017 to be placed
on the agenda, or simply sign in on the day of the delegation

Labor Day marks the~ end of
the traditional summer boating
season lin many places, even
though, Florida weather is
perfect ~or getting out on the .
water most of the year.
The Imorida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission

camp in g

f Ue' 0 U
C00tinUJ from page 1
polidi;. I'defartment. And D~ el.
Dwight N grris responded to the
scene. :i
He obkr~ved two females
(Samantl$~: and Tiffany) leave
the store) and join (Jason)
Hendersoffat the truck.
Officers~ conducted
traffic stb~ on the truck as it
was leaviiig the parking lot.
While int (viewing the driver
(Samanthd";Henderson), Norris
told her ~they had received
information that she was buying
items used in the production of
She stated that she did not
use drugs and that she did not
know what items it took to
manufacture meth, according to
the police report.
Henderson gave permission
for officers to search the vehicle,
where they found nearly a
dozen items commonly used
in the production of the illegal
drug, including: nine boxes of
1000 count books of matches,
iodine tincture, tubing, camping
fuel and a funnel.
All three individuals were
charged~ with possession of
listed 'chenucals; (Tiffany)
Henderson and (Samantha)
Henderson were charged with
attempting to manufacture

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L~ocat~ed on the beach at Keaton Beach, where people fom all over
the world come to see the spectacular sunset

Saturday, Sept. 3rd


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The Taylor County
government is losing three
department level personnel,
leading commissioners into a
discussion on how to proceed
with the soon-to-be vacant
Assistant County
Administrator LaWanda
Pemberton is leaving the
county to take a position
elsewhere, while Director
of Environmental Services
John Singer and County Fire
Chief Jeff Manning are both
Today (Friday) is the last
day of work for Pemberton
and Singer, while Manning
will remain in his position
until December, County
Administrator Jack Brown said.
Of those leaving, Singer
has the longest tenure with
the county, a total of 11 years.
Phemberton hassiworked for
Manning four.
The county is currently

advertising the positions
internally following its usual
procedure, Brown said.
The future of the positions
is not certain, however, as the
agenda for the commission's
Tuesday, Sept. 6, meeting
includes a discussion on the
possible elimination of the
The item was placed on the
agenda by Commissioner Pam
If the county were to
eliminate the fire chief position,
they would be following in the
footsteps of the City of Perry,
which did away with the city
fire chief position upon the
retirement of Chief James Cook
in July.
Instead, the city restructured
the department with one of the
existing shift captains--Robbie
Moon--also over the entire

dAs fo tthe assistant county
administrator, commissioners
created the position in 2008.

(FWC) urges boaters to have
fun by boating safely, and to be
careful over the upcoming busy
holiday weekend.
'"There are a few key things
you can do to stay as safe as
possible on the water," said
Capt. Tom Shipp, of the FWC's
Boating and Waterways Section.
"Operate your vessel with
caution, have all the necessary
safet eq"imenton board, and
So far this year, there have
been 37 boating accident
fataliies. Though fee,, les
have been lost this year as
compared to this time last year,
~safe boat operation is always
"Even one death is too many,

Shipp said. "Unfortunately,
around the state, there have
been several boating fatalities
in the past few weeks. We are
asking boaters to put extra
focus on safety to prevent these
The FWC also encourages
boaters to remain sober or
designate a sober boat operator.

Also, boaters should pay
attention to their surroundings,:
particularly inclement weather.
that can build quickly this time
of year.
For information on boating
safety, call the FWC's boating.
and waterways section at (850)
488-5600, or visit MyFWC.

A-3 Perry News-Herald September 2-3, 2011

3 dept. heads

leaving county;

Feagle wants

to axe positions?

10 It S la nd regS

On 1+ acre p S

County commissioners will consider 'Ibesday applying for a
change to the county's land development regulations (LDRs)
concerning dividing parcels into 15-acre or greater lots following a
request from Taylor County Farm Bureau.
Prior to 2006, the LDRs allowed such divisions--as long as that
the rrdulfingi-Fots-i\w4erelocated on~ia~ny~emisting- publier-ort private
roadway--without platting or planning board approval.
In 2006, however, commissioners changed the LDRs to require
the resulting lots have at least 60 feet of frontage on an existing
county-maintained road.
The language also stated that parcels divided into lots of 40 acres
of more were exempt from platting if they had at least 60 feet of
frontage on an existing private road or easement.
The result of the change was divisions into lots of
15 to 39 acres fell under a stricter set- of requirements for the
In a letter sent to the commission in August, Taylor County
Farm Bureau President Auley Rowell requested the board
consider changing the LDRs to once again allow exemptions
for divisions into lots of 15 acres or more if they front
private roadways, essentially returning the language to its pre-2006
Rowell also recommended adding new language requiring signs
be posted on private roadways utilized for the exemptions stating
the county "does not have current or future responsibility for
maintenance on this road."
"We appreciate your careful consideration of this issue as our
property rights are a time-honored right that we all hold to be a
basic American value," Rowell said.
The board discussed the request at their Aug. 16 meeting as well
as at their workshop the following week.
Several commissioners raised concerns over the county being
held responsible by people who purchase the property if the
private roads involved later become impassable, as well as the
county's responsibility to reach those residents in the event of an
According to County Administrator Jack Brown, on Tu~esday
the commission will consider an application to amend the
LDRs prepared by county staff Should they vote to move
forward, the application will first go to the Taylor County
Planning Board and then return back to the commission for final

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Dave and Lynne Fraser, 50 years and counting

"onrganllsaotn Reun or
Family members and friends are reminded of the
Morgan/Wilson Reunion on Saturday, Sept. 3, at Forest Capital
Park..Activities for everyone begin at 11- a.m. with lunch at 12:15
and an auction at 1:15 p.m.
Please bring a covered dish lunch, beverage, lawn chair and
something for the auction. Plates, cups, forks, napkins and ice will
be provided.
If you need additional information, you can may contact 584-

For Bulldog football garnes this Fall...
For. tonight's game against Cross City, Taylor County High
School fans are urged to wear their great district championship t-
shirts. If you need one, the school has additional shirts for sale.
On Sept. 9, WEAR BLUE.
On Sept. 16, WEAR ORANGE.
eA blc out is planned on Sept. 23 and shirts will be on sale at
On hg Octoo.7WABLE
On Oct. 14, WEAR ORANE.
Homecoming will be celebrated on Oct. 21. WEAR BLUE.
On Oct. 28, WEAR ORANGE.
OAndNo .Seni NA hBL o ov. 11, WEAR ORANGE.

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Dave and Lynne Fraser, who were married in Cleveland, Ohio,
celebrate their 50th anniversary today, Sept. 2, 2011. An early

observance of this golden event was held in July when their four
children, with spouses and grandchildren, planned a special dinner
honoring the couple during their week-long family vacation.
The Frasers' children and spouses are: Mark Fraser and wife,
Ann Marie Bassett Fraser, of Marietta, Ga.; Kristen Fraser Bethea
and husband, Andy, of Collierville, Tenn.; Laurel Fraser Johnson
and husband, Tim, of Thomasville, Ga.; and Beth Fraser Heydt and
husband, Mike, of Mason, Ohio. Other special guests included the
Frasers' 13 grandchildren.
The story goes something like this:
"Their long-lasting love affair began at Lynne's 16th birthday
party in 1956, after meeting at a local baseball game a couple
months earlier. They remained close after high school graduation
through the medium of hand-written, hard copy (not e-mail), daily
letters sent through the U.S. postal service with four-cent postage
stamps while Dave attended Wooster college and Lynne attended
Kent State University. They were married Labor Day Weekend
after Dave's graduation and subsequent employment with Procter
and Gamble in finance and accounting in Quincy, Mass.
"Not having any vacation time, the honeymoon consisted of
driving their fully-packed 1961 Volkswagen 'bug' at 55 miles an
hour (as fast as it would go when "floored"), 650 miles frpom
Cleveland to Quincy via Niagara Falls with an overnight stay in
Cooperstown, N.Y., to visit the Baseball Hall of Fame."
This began what became a series of moves with Procter and
Gamble, taking them to Cincinnati, Ohio; Green~.ay, Wis.; back to
Cincinnati; then to Schwalbach, Germany; and finally to Perry,
where they lived for 30 years, with a short return to Gluckstadt,
Germany, prior to Dave's retirement in 1997.
Lynne retired in 2005 from her job of 29 years as director of the
First Presbyterian Church Choir in Perry. The couple re-located to
Thomasville in 2006, to be closer to their daughter, Laurel, and her
"We thank God for blessing us throughout our 50 years together
and are especially thankful for the long-lasting friendships
developed during our 30 years in Perry."

100 years to celebrate
Friends and family members gathered at Oakridge
Assisted Living Facility in Mayo to celebrate the 100th
birthday of Doris Carrin. Five generations we re
present: Doris Carrin, M axin e Carri n Wh itf ield
(daughter), Ray Whitfield (grandson), Curt Whitfield
(great grandson) and Karis Whitfield (g reat, great
granddaughter). Mrs. Carrin was 100 years old on
Aug. 1, and Karis turned one on Aug. 3.

An Inshore Poker Run will be held Saturday,
Sept. 3, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., with proceeds
benefitting Taylor County Middle School and its
purchase of reading materials for students.
Boaters are encouraged to find their way to
Keaton Beach Marina or River Haven Marina to
pick up a map giving the latitudes and longitudes
of the five stops. (GPS is not necessary; most

stops are "local knowledge.")
Boaters can draw cards at boat sites beginning
at 10 a.m. Sponsored by Sandy Beach-Manning
and Big Bend Properties, best hand wins $500.
The Nine Mile Sandbar sponsor site will be
collecting hands and selling hot dogs, drinks and
chips. Look for an American flag and the aroma
of grilling hot dogs.


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for the Taylor County School District. Her sisters living in Perry
include Lmnda Mann MacKee, Deanna Mann Lamb and Betty
Mann; other sisters include Cathy Mann of Charlotte, N.C., Elyse
Mann Haug of Destin, and the late Beth Mann.
After high school, Rebecca moved to Alabama, attended Troy
ehie mmin dnAlbamdar hat h joni3 te Pesyer churc
serving as a Christian educator and then a lay pastor. "In God's
com letiby a desee pogra attTro m ,vrsit s heaen olled
Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Ga., where she is in
the final year of her Master of Divinity degree.
The Rev. Larry D. Neal, pastor of the church, invites friends
within the community to join the congregation Sunday at 11 a.m.
The church is located at 310 Plantation Road.

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Morning, evening Bible studies planned
What do you know about Malachi, Zechariah and Lamentations?
Fall Precept classes will feature an inductive study of these three
books, with the topic, "Revering God--Standing in Awe of His
NMorning classes will be held on Tuesdays at 9:30 in the student
center of First Baptist Church, located on the corner of Orange and
Green streets. Classes begin Sept. 6 and continue until 12 noon.
SEvening classes will be held on Mondays in the annex of First

Whatever you do, 'Don't swap the devil for the witch
of the things I've been through--that the Lord brought me through-
Counting the Cost have helped to equip me for things that I continue to battle.
grandmother say, "Don't swap the devil for the So before you make changes in your life, be very sure you count
Is did I understand then what she was saying or the cost. Are you willing to make the sacrifice for the best or are
wn through the years, I've experienced a vast you swapping the devil for the witch? The more God blesses us,
Life and I'm glad to say, they were for the best. the more He holds us responsible for the choices we make in our
lives. Whatever situation you face today, don't be impatient for in
lid, also, don't forget to count the cost and the .
ore God blesses you more, He observes what due season, we will reap the harvest of a good life, if we don't faint.
hat you already have--what kind of stewardship Hora fo u m
onship to Him, your church family, yourHoryfrsm e.
Immediate family and how you cared for yourself Hooray for summer. Enjoy it...brag on it...and pray to God to
hen God plans something for us, we can't get help you stay out of it! Thank God, other seasons are on the way.
urry. We must learn to wait. For what God has For all those who are sick, shut-in or in bereavement: "And we
t will surely come for you too. (Hab. 2-3) know that all things work together for good to them that love God,
;in us the ability to stand up to the pressures of to them who are called according to his purpose. He is always
rd times and hardships. Looking back at some there." Romans 8:28.



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Baptist Church, at the corner of Center and Main streets. These
classes begin Sept. 12 at 6:30 p.m. and continue until 9 p.m.
Both studies are open to all women in the community.

Mann to speak at Presbyterian Church
Guest speaker for Sunday morning worship at First Presbyterian
Church will be Rebecca Mann, a former Perry resident.
Mann is a 1972 graduate of Taylor County High School; and the
daughter of the late Mary and Dean Mann, longtime band director

Daniels Funeral Homes of Live
Oak was in charge of

Annie Lacy
Annie Lacy, 80, died Aug.
31, 2011.
She was born in Madison to
Charles P. and Clara M
Grambling. She was preceded
in death by her son, Lester
Charles Edwards, and husband,
John J. Lacy.
Survivors include: two
sisters, Robbie Herrin and
Joyce (Leroy) Frasier of Perry;
a son, Herold Lee (Patsy)

Matthews of Perry, a daughter
Larue Dianne (W.C.) Thornton
of Jacksonville; 12
grandchildren; 17 great
grandchildren; eight great great
grandchildren; many nieces,
nephews and cousins.
Graveside services will be
held at 2 p.m. on Saturday,
Sept. 3, at Mount Olive
Cemetery in Dixie County.
Pastor Brooks Monk will
conduct the services.
Hardage-Giddens Funeral
Home is in charge; interment
will be directed by Gooding
Funeral Home in Cross City.

Rosa Lee RoSS
Rosa Lee Ross, 75, died
Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011.
ha 1 mug arane entsomwhic
are pending.

SEdwa Jo Elizabeth
Stanaland Bell
:Born April 21, 1933, in
Taylor County (Cabbage Grove
vicinity), Edwa Jo Elizabeth
Stanaland Bell was the third
child and oldest daughter of
Edwa Jo Elizabeth Stephens
Stanaland and Wesley
C~olumbus Stanaland. She died
duringg her sleep early Sunday
boringg, Aug. 14, 2011, ait her
komei l'LiveO~ik.
SShe was predeceased by her
Husband of nearly 52 years,
rtdherB Jel h analan (and
ivife, Geraldene Adkins
$tnln) Id on Dan Bell
$ a gan saon Jremy ell.
SSurvivors include: one son,
Barrel Bell of Live Oak; two
daughters, Carolyn Bell
4lcCain (and husband Joe
c~in) of Tallahassee and
uasrn~d Bdlel Re i ish land
llborn; daughter-in-law,
elda Bell of Perry; two
brothers, Wesley Stanaland of
Bonifay and Tommie Stanaland
6f Perry; three sisters, Sarah
Stanaland Nobles of Trenton,
$sther Stanaland Avery of
perry, and Janice Stanaland
Barringer of Long Beach, MS;

six grandchildren; three great
grand sons; a host of nieces and
nephews, and many other
relatives and friends.
After raising their own four,
Mrs. Bell and her husband
continued giving care through
the foster children program.
Her home was always open to
company and anyone in need.
As an Air Force serviceman's
wife, she and her family lived
in several states and overseas
before settling in Lafayette
County. Later, her family
moved to Suwannee County
where she worked as a
seamstress and homemaker.
Mrs. Bell believed in the
Primitive Baptist faith and
practices.. .4bt,,was a faithful,
member- tifA-tae Springs
Primitive Church in Madison
Gra side seIrvices were held
at 9 a.m. Aug. 16, 2011, at
Crawford Lake Primitive
Baptist Church Cemetery in
Suwannee County. Elders Jim
Smith, H. D. Bledsoe, and
Tommie Stanaland officiated.

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i~7u-Keaton Beach
Fishing Report

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As team opens season with 9-0 win

Barton, Cantf911 On the field for Darton

Volleyball league planned
Taylor County High School Ififth grades.:
volleyball coach Jodie Price-diff. Play will ~tae -place every:
'be conducting an instructiqual'j Saturday thi~s month. For more
volleyball league in Septeri~ber informationn about the league
for youngsters in third through 'contact Price at 838-2525.

Great trout
Ray Carlile of McAlpin shows off a great 24-inch trout
taken Saturday, Aug. 27, while out with Pat McGriff of
One More Cast.

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One More Cast


On Wednesday Darton
College Cavaliers played their
season opener against South
Georgia in Douglas, Ga. Two
local players, Brooke Barton
and Savannah Cantrell, play for
the Cavaliers.
Barton's versatility and speed
have allowed her to play in
the mid-field and at left back.
This is her second year playing
at Darton and for incoming
freshman Cantrell it has made
her transition into college
soccer much easier having a
former high school teammate
there to support her.
Against South Georgia, the
Cavaliers scored early and
often. The first goal of the game
was set up when Cantrell played
a ball into the middle which the
center mid played through to an
attacking forward who laid it off
to the other forward for the first
goal of the game.
After that the flood gates
opened on South Georgia with
a final score of 9-0.
"I was nervous getting the
start in my first college game,
but after the game got going I
settled in and got into the flow
of the game," said Cantrell. "It's
a lot different than playing club
or high school soccer. It's much
faster and physical."

After playing as the right
outside mid in the first half,
Barton moved to the back line
in the second half. She teamed
with her two other defenders on
defense to allow only one look
at goal by South Georgia the
entire half.

"Playing defense much of
my career, I've had to adapt my
mindset when asked to play the
midfield position to more of an
attacking style of play," said
Barton." I enjoy the opportunity
to play elsewhere on the field
and it's fun being back on the

field again with Savannah."
Darton travels to Tyler, Texas,
for a game against Tyllei- College
today (Friday) and a Saturday
game against Mississippi Gulf
Coast College in Perkinston,
Miss. Tyler College is currentlyJ
ranked second in the country.

onemorecast .
This "last hurrah" or as many
would have it be (not I) i.e.
Labor Day weekend is instead,
just the beginning of great fall
fishing for me and my One More
Cast charters.
Reds have begun schooling up
already, as last week I witnessed
several boats, including mine,
releasing thultiple reds after
catching their limit. Trout fishing
was still good despite high winds
on the outer edge of Hurricane
Friday, I took Billy Pillow, of
Woods 'N Water Fishing Team
fame, out and we brought back
8 trout with two over 20 inches,
a 24-inch red and two Spanish.
The w-i-n-d was blowing around
10-12 miles an hour most of
the day. We caught all our
fish in less than 2 hours while
coming up empty earlier in the
Reds were blasting our Cajun
Thunders and the baits under
them Saturday, as Ray Carlile
and I caught and released four
reds, with one just over the slot,
mn less than an hour's time. The
trout turned on during the same
drift, as well, giving us a limit in

less than 45 minutes!
Ray's largest was a 24-inch
trout which ate a pinfish in 5.5
feet of water. We were fishing
with live pigfish and pinfish
under Cajuns in 15-18 knot w-i-
n-ds, Saturday and the fish were
loving it!
We lost one rig entirely to the
reds and another Cajun rig...
well they mangled it up like you
ran over it with a truck! When
you have two over-the-slot reds
tugging on both ends of your
rig something has to give. We
had already kept two reds up
to 26 inches on another drift
and moved over to a hump just
to check things out, when the
school of larger reds attacked! It
was a blast!
Scallopers were disappointed
with murky waters associated
with the Northwest and West
w-i-n-d-s up to 18-20 knots over
the weekend. Things should lay
down nicely and the water clear
up considerably` by Labor Day
weekend and the Gulf waters at
Keaton Beach will yield a bunch
more scallops, albeit from 5-8
feet of water still.
Remember to be SAFE! Oh
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The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) is offering a free hunter
safety course in Taylor County.
The course will take place
Sept. 10 and 11 from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Students must attend
all class dates to receive their

The exact location for this
class will be given to those who
register in advance by calling
the regional office at 386-
758-0525 or going online at
MyFWC .com/HunterS afety.
All firearms, ammunition and

materials are provided free of
charge. Students should bring
a pen or pencil and paper. As

adult must accompany children
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traditionally provided quality
entertainment at an extremely
affordable price and this season
is no exception," Scarboro said.
Season pass holders can
enjoy all six shows for $45
(open seating) or $55 (reserved
seating). NFCC student and
children season passes are $35.
Individual tickets are $12 for
adults; $6 for NFCC students
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Those wishing to further
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Sponsorships include season
passes and additional perks for
individuals and businesses,
More information is available
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Season passes and tickets
may be purchased by telephone
or from the NFCC College
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on the NFCC campus).
"Don't miss the 2011-2012
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Scarboro said.

North Florida Community
College proudly announces its
2011-2012 Artist Series season
featuring six highly entertaining
shows .
The season begins in late
October and continues through
March 2012.
All performances are held
at Van H. Priest Auditorium,
located on the NFCC campus in
Madison .
The season starts with
"]Embraceable You: The Music
of George Gershwin," featuring
Dean and Lisa Balkwill, on
Thursday, Oct. 27, at 7 p.m.
"Prepare to be dazzled by
this scintillating new show
acclaimed as musical theatre at
its finest," said Kimn Scarboro,
coordinator for college advance
at NFCC.
Sizzling dance numbers,
nostalgic ballads and romantic
comedy are backed by live
musicians and set under the
Paris sky. -
"The show features two of
today's most talented young
artists singing, dancing and
falling in love. If you like
Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra and
Lena H~orne, with a little extra
modern flair and pizzazz, you'll

love "Embraceable You."
The season continues with the
Annie Moses Band on Thursday,
Nov. 17, at 7 p.m.
With 500-plus hours of airings
on PBS stations across the
country (the highest debut for
any artist on public television
to date), a top-10 Classical
Crossover album (Billboard
Magazine), a bustling tour
schedule of more than 80
concerts a year before 100,000-
plus people, and a plethora of
appearances in print and on
television, the Annie Moses
Band is pulling new fans from
across musical genres to their
eclectic style of music making,
"They are an ensemble unlike
any in America today, featuring
a blend of fiddle, jazz, and
classical influences fused with
soaring, folk-inspired vocals
which create a sound that is
both refreshing and familiarr"
Scarboro said.
The concert is funded in part
by a grant from South Arts in
partnership with the National
Endowment for the Arts and
the Florida Division of Cultural
Affairs .
Four talented friends, four

grand pianos, one evening only.
"Join the fun and be amazed
at the talent of CristoFouri
during a holiday concert on
Saturday, Dec. 10 at 7 p.m.,"
Scarboro said.
The roots of this contemporary
piano quartet extend back more
than 45 years. Special guest
Larry McWilliams, a Madison
County native and highly
acclaimed trumpeter, and other
local celebrities will also be
featured in this holiday concert.
Dance Alive National Ballet
brings the story of Robin
Hood, the heroic outlaw of
English folklore, to life with
an international roster of award
winning dancers to the Van
H. Priest Auditorium stage on
Thursday, Jan. 26, 7 p.m.
"Experience this classic
tale as told by one of the most
distinguished and creative ballet
companies in the Southeast,"
Scarboro said.
The performance is sponsored
in part by the State of Filorida,
Department of State, Division
of Cultural Affairs, and the
Florida Arts Council.
Take your valentine to the
Friday, Feb. 17 performance

featuring m-pact.
Hailed as "one of the best
pop-jazz vocal groups in the
world" by the San Francisco
Chronicle, mn-pact is respected
worldwide as a cutting edge
trailblazer in the realm of vocal
'"Emerging from an age of
auto-tune and overproduction,
this Los Angeles-based sextet
has cultivated a new generation
of ears hungry for the fresh,
raw power of nature's 'first
instrument'--the human voice,"
Scarboro said.
m-pact won "Vocal Group
of the Year" at the Los Angeles
Music Awards.
MARCH 2012:
The season ends with
dynamic Canadian pianist and
vocalist Diane Lines, along
with a live band, bringing a
night of swing, boogie-woogie,
and jump blues styles to the Van
H. Priest Auditorium stage on
Thursday, March 29, 7 p.m.
"Jump!" is a celebration
,of a unique era in American
music, focusing on the swing,
jump blues and eight-to-the-
bar boogie woogie musia of the
1940s, a time where blues and
jazz shared artists freely.
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Dedication applauded
A luncheon was held recently honoring Perry Police Department (PPD) Sgt. Dodd
Franklin and saluting his efforts in promoting traffic safety. (Above, I to r) City
Manager Bob Brown presented Franklin with a certificate of appreciation; PPD Chief
Vern Clark extended congratulations for efforts that resulted in the department
winning a fully-equipped 2011 Chevrolet Tahoe and more than $17,000 worth of
safety equipment; Franklin was joined at the lunch by his wife, Barbara. "I would
like to applaud Sgt. Franklin not only for his tireless work on the DUI campaign,
but also his years of dedication to the child restraint program and the Buckle Up
Florida campaign. I would also like to commend all of the law enforcement officers
who patrol the roadways in the city of Perry and Taylor County. Their dedicated
service has made Taylor County a safer place for our families to live. I would also
like to extend this appreciation to the Third Judicial Circuit State Attorney's Office
for the diligent prosecutions of the offenders," Clark said.

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of tin and aluminum. The use of aluminum was
discarded because it would not show up on
X-rayrs should it be swallowed. Only about a
dozen aluminum cents are believed to still be in
the hands of collectors, although it is illegal to
own them.
Another interesting thing about the penny is
the changes to its face. The Indian-Head, Wheat
penny and Lincoln penny are the most familiar
but it is the pennies that are cast with errors that
are prized by collectors. There appears to be a
long list of errors that have occurred over the
years but the Doubled Die error where the date
is doubled is extremely rare and sought after by
Now that I've whetted your appetite with this
information, chances are you will take a second
look at all those pennies you come in contact
with. You could find one that would make you
an instant millionaire. But in the meantime look
at it like I do. There is great value is bending to
pick up a penny. It keeps the old body in good
working order. Another added bonus is being
able to loan pennies to people in stores that are
checking out and find they are "a few pennies
short." You look like a hero that saved their day
and you add a new friend to your list.
My personal favorite is the delight I feel when
I see the words "In God We Trust." I pray they
remain there for future generations.
So, as I continue my journey in this life I will
always stop and retrieve the shiny, dull and dirty
pennies others have tossed aside. You never
know when just one will make the difference in
yours or another person's life.

Over the course of my lifetime I have made
it a habit to never pass up money thrown at my
feet. There have been a few times when the coins
were shiny silver but most often it is the copper
penny that I stoop to pick up. I do it so often it
has become second-nature as my eyes scan the
area whether it's on my daily walk or in a busy
airport terminal. I should have kept a tally of the
amount, who knows I might have riches untold
if I'd kept all the available cash just waiting to
be picked up.
I've tried to instill this behavior in my
children and grandchildren but they just refuse
to go along. They discount the lowly penny as
worthless. "What can I buy with a penny," is
their standard answer. But, it doesn't discourage
me. Money lying at my feet is like a magnet, I
automatically bend down to pick it up. Just a
couple of days ago I spotted a penny and was
thrilled to see two more laying close by. "ow,
what a haul," I said as granddaughter Tori shook
her head in amusement.
If you do a search on the one-cent coin you
will find it is not all copper. In fact, the last all-
copper cents were produced by the Denver Mint
on Oct. 22, 1982. Copper-plated coins are what
we have now. They contain a zinc core with a
mere 2.5 percent coating of copper. This was
reported to save the government an estimated
25 million dollars in metal cost every year. Now,
with the cost of copper rising they might reduce
the amount even more and the lowly penny may
become extinct.
Through the years the penny has seen many
changes. From the all-copper coin to a mixture

Editor's Note: It is the policy of
this newspaper to run the names
of all those arrested and booked
at the Taylor County Jail. All those
listed below have been charged
with a crime, but are considered
innocent until proven guilty.
Aug. 10:
William Joseph Haney Jr.,
22, 8548 Beach Road, lewd and
lascivious battery, Ptl. Hightower,
Billy Allen Laird, 18, 1190
Fairview Lane, burglary, grand
theft-motor vehicle, tampering with
evidence, Inv. Davis, TCSO.
Roy Robinson, 33, 128 First
Street, FTA (grand theft), Deputy
Tompkins, TCSO.
Aug. 11:
Donald E. Merry, 50, 2060 Green
Farm Road, FTA (VOP), Deputy
Hershberger, TCSO.
Travis Lee King, 49,... 10D9
Armstrong Street, petit theft,
resisting officer without violence,
Deputy Tompkins, TCSO.
Terry Lee Hugger, 32, 302
Folsom Street, VOP warrant
(DWLS), Ptl. Hightower, PPD.
Amorrey Jabri Allen, 25, 1514
S. Givens Street, warrant (carrying
concealed firearm), Deputy
Tompkins, TCSO.

WIll Starnes, 47, Wachula,
FTA (disorderly intoxication),
Deputy Shaw, TCSO-
William Lanoue, 32, Jasper, VOP
(DUI), Deputy Shaw, TCSO.
CJona ta ergt, r8 tl1 0 N.
Chry Sre, btey, Pt.Mrphy,
Aug. 13:
Brenda Michelle Stewart, 37
2600 Woods Creek Road, DUI
(second offense), DWLS (first
offense), Trooper Ernest, FHR
Samuel Clyde Hines, 52,
Steinhatchee, DUI, Trooper
Swindle, FHP.
Aug. 14:
Trevor Keith Wynn, 22, 3639
Freeman Courtney Road,
aggravated assault with deadly
we pon,1Deputy Burford, TCSO.
Au- 16
Charles Clifford Small, 58, 15831
Seagrass Drive, manufacture of
cannabis, possession with intent to
distribute cannabis, possession of
cannabis, Inv. Davis, TCSO.

Sh neynEdaDs rard, 2b rg 20 l
assault, battery, Ptl. Hightower,

Aug. 18:
Jessica L. Shiflett, 19, 909 W.
Hampton Springs, no valid drivers
license, Det. Norris, PPD.
Thomas Ernie Craft, 56, 163
Jenkins Road, DWLS, Det. Norris,
Jimmy Craft, 53, 161 Jenkins
Road, allowing unauthorized
person to drive, Det. Norris,
Mite L. Buzbee, 27, S. Old Dixie
Highway, felony DWLS, fleeing or
eluding officer, Sgt. G. Franklin,
Jonathan Wright, 18, N. Cherry
Street, burglary, grand theft,
criminal mischief, Ptl. Murphy, PPD.
James Ray Branch, 34, S.
Highway 19, grand theft, dealing
in stolen property, Deputy Davis,
Vadel Lehlou, 20, Gainesville,
introduction of contraband,
possession of cocaine, possession
of less than 20 grams cannabis, Ptl.
Hernandez, PPD.
Aug. 19:
Jeffery Steven Mills, 62, 700
W. Julia Street, FTA (petit theft,
passing worthless check), Ptl.
Hightower, PPD.
Jeffery Aaron Touchton, 18,

4100 Mom's Way, grand theft, Iny.
Hayden, TCSO.
SUlysses B. Woodfaulk, 32, W.
Glenn Street, felony battery, Sgt.
Deeson, PPD.
Tyrece Fleming, 34, Madison,
theft/shoplifting, Ptl. Campbell,
Norberto Menoza Garcia, 34,
E. Cherry Street, no valid drivers
License, held for immigration, Ptl*
Hernandez, PPD.
Aug. 20:
Christopher Michael Porter, 32,
N. James Smith Road, battery,
Deputy Woods, TCSO.
Bonnie S. Williams, 52, 1025 W.
Ash Street, FTA (welfare fraud),
Deputy Woods, TCSO.
William J. Wigglesworth, 50,
5080 Woods Creek Road, DUI
with property damage, Trooper
Smyrnios, FHP.
Aug. 21:
Joshya Aaron Warf, 18, Dice
Road, burglary, grand theft (first
degree), felony criminal mischief,
Inv. Hayden, TCSO.
Jonah Parker Jr., 32, 13845
Keaton Beach Road, burglary,
grand theft (first degree), felony
criminal mischief, Deputy
Hershberger, TCSO.

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Dr. Keith Moore is a native of Kansas City. He received
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practiced for three years, with prior practices in Missouri
and Georgia. He is board certified in General Surgery
and he will be sharing office space with with Dr. Miles
Nelson. Dr. Moore is living in Perry and has two children,
ages 12 and 6. Dr. Moore is an avid outdoorsman and
looks forward to enjoying our Taylor County lifestyle.

meeting of the minds turns into
a hysterically revealing night of
name-calling, tantrums and tears.
Ticket prices vary depending on
showtime and can be purchased
by calling 352-375-4477 or online

Come on down to the Downtown
Digital Dome Theatre and
Planetarium at the Challenger
Learning Center in Tallahassee
for a free planetarium show
at 10 a.m.The show is
presented by the Tallahassee
Astronomical Society and
coordinated with the monthly
Tallahassee Democrat "Sky
Guy" column.The September
sky over Tallahassee will be
reviewed including prominent
constellations, stars and planets,
For more information, visit www.

SEPT. 16
Advent Christian Village's Live! at
Dowling Park Artist Series kicks
off its latest season with Grammy
Award-winning tenor Larry Ford,
who has been a featured soloist
in Gaither Homecoming concerts
and videos. The concert will start
at 7 p.m. in the Village Church.
Tickets are $12 for adults, $7 for
students (ages 13-18) and $5 for
children (ages 5-12). To purchase
tickets, call 386-658-5343.

Shells and Scales, a community
fair, will return to the Steinhatchee
Community Center from 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Events will include
a horseshoe competition (call
David Chapman at 904-669-9518
for more information), a cookie
contest (call Yvonne Tocco at
352-498-7344), a hula hoop
competition, a paper airplane
contest and a variety of games.

AUG. 18-SEPT. 4
The Tallahassee Little Theatre
begins its 2011-12 season with
"Rumors," a farce by Neil Simon.
In the comedy, four couples are
about to experience a dinner
.partylike no other! Gathering
for a 10th wedding anniversary
celebration, the guests arrive to
discover there are no servants,
the hostess is missing and the
host has been shot through the
earlobe. For more information,
visit or call
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The Hippodrome Theatre in
Gainesville presents "God of
Carnage,"a play by Yasmina
Reza, the award-winning
playwright of ART and Life x3.
In "God of Carnage," two sets
of sophisticated, educated
parents meet up to discuss
the playground antics of their
11-year-old sons. What starts
out as a calm and reasonable

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In this day of remakes, reboots and retreads, we
often complain loudly about the lack of originality
coming out of Hollywood and other filmmakers.
I know I do...quite writing.
So in danger of sounding hypocritical, I do
have to say sometimes a film with a familiar story
and familiar set pieces can be enjoyable as well.
It's like holding onto a well-worn security
blanket. While the experience may not terribly
memorable, you know pretty much what you're
going to get and most likely won't be disappointed
in the end.
Such were my
feelings upon leaving
"Colombiana," the
latest from producer
Luc Besson ("Taken,"
"From Paris with
. Love")and starring Zoe -
Saldana ("Avatar," "Star
There's little about the
story that hasn't already .

-mostly by Besson
himself in better films. -
The characterizations
are pretty two-
dimensional. The plot is
Somehow, I still
enjoyed the movie as a
whole, despite knowing
Besson is capable of
much better. .I'm not
even sure why, although
it has the usual action
and explosions we've
come to expect from
just about anything
Besson is involved with. .
At the beginning of the movie, we meet a
young Cataleya (Amanda Stenberg, "The Hunger
Games") in Bogota, Colombia. Her father is
in trouble with some dangerous drug lords, but
before he can run with the family, the gunmen
arrive and soon little Cataleya is the only one
left. Escaping, she flees to America and her uncle
Emilio (Cliff Curtis, "Live Free or Die Hard").
Cataleya announces her attention to become
a killer to get back at those who murdered her
family. Emilio says she has two choices: become
a killer and die young, or become a smart killer
and stay alive.
Years later, Cataleya (Sakiana) is 'a very sEE t
killer and an assassin for hire. She is also still
plotting her revenge, although she is attracting
quite a bit of attention from the FBI, especially
an agent Ross (Lennie James, "Jericho," "The
Walking Dead").
Besson has introduced a cadre of French

directors to the U.S., and one of his latest is
Olivier Megaton ("Transporter 3"), who takes the
helm with "Colombiana." He sets up the action
sequences quite well, but the film suffers at times
during the slower moments.
The story is from Besson and Robert Mark
Kamen, who last partnered for 2008's surprise
hit "Taken." As I said before, there's pieces of
Besson's other films here to find: a young girl
has her family killed and wants revenge ("The
Professional"),a woman is trained to be an assassin
("La Femme Nakita"),
corrupt officials try to
stop the hero (just about
everything he's made).
Also like many
of Besson's films,

in a world of stylized
violence apd mayhem.
Everybody can fight,
shoot guns and make
improbable escapes.
There are moments
k .'rvwhen it goes overboard,
1z~ however, such as when
Emilio makes his point
to a young Cataleya by
shooting up a passing
car--near a school
no less--and the pair
casually walk away as
the cops approach.
Still, Besson and
Kamen know how to
write good action scenes
and set them in unusual
and/or picturesque
locations, whether it
be a police station, an
apartment building or a Louisiana plantation.
As for SaIdana, she proves her computer-
generated character in "Avatar" really was
motion-captured from her. She shoots, blows
up and otherwise destroys her opponents with
relative ease, despite looking as if a strong breeze
would knock her over. There is a sensual aspect
of her character that will probably raise questions
of exploitations versus female empowerment, but
honestly, if you truly have those concerns, you're
probably not a fan of Besson's work anyway.
Overall, "Colomiana" is not a great film or
even a good movie in the strictest sense, but it
.ils enloy~able in tlilli it pr;idfillb:s exactly what the
trailers and lesson's past works would lead to you
expect: fast-moving action, attractive characters,
a reasonable amount of explosions and a high
body count.
The movie is rated PG-13 for violence,
disturbing images, intense sequences of action,
sexuality and brief strong language.

Another month is upon us, and as we get farther
away from blockbuster season, the number of
movies being released is on the rise, with 18 movies
scheduled for wide release in September.
We kick things off this week. with "~The. Debt,"
which opened early on Wednesday. Hekllen Mirren
("RED") is a retired Mossad officer who is forced to
recall a 1965 mission to capture a Nazi war criminal
when secrets from that mission begin to unravel.
Tom Wilkinson and Ciar~n Hinds are her present
day partners, while Jessica Chastain, Marton
Csokas and Sam Worthington play their younger
selves. Director John Madden's "Shakespeare in
Love" won the 1999 Best Picture Oscar, but his
resume has been a bit sparse since then,
The film is rated R for some violence and
"Apollo 18" is the latest found-footage horror
film in the same family as "The Blair Witch Project"
and "Paranormal Activity." The movie purports to
be footage from a secret 18th Apollo mission which
shows why the U.S. never went back to the moon.
The biggest name attached to the project is producer
Timur Bekmambetov, who directed by the Russian
thrillers "Nightwatch" and "Daywatch," as well as
the Angelina Jolie-starring "Wanted."
The movie is rated PG-13 for some disturbing
sequences, and language.
Roundmng out the weekend is "Shark Night
3D," which is apparently trying to one-up "Piranha
3D" on the size of the man-eating fish. A group of
vacationing friends in Louisiana become the main
course when they confront a school of freshwater
sharks which have been modified and trained to
kill. Until now "Deep Blue Sea" has held the crown
on genetically-manipulated shark films, and I doubt
this one will take it away. Between "Shark Night"
and the upcoming "Pirahna 3DD," perhaps we're
seeing the birth of a new genre: instead of slasher
s icks, it's gnasher flicks.
"-The movie is rated PG-1I3 for violence and terror,
disturbing images, sexual references, partial nudity,
language and thematic material.
Next weekend we have four movies, beginning
with "Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star," with
.Nick Swardson ("30 Minutes or Less") as Bucky,
who discovers his parents are former adult movie
stars and heads out to Hollywood to follow in the
family business. Written by Adam Sandler and
directed by Tom Brady ("The Hot Chick"), "Bucky
Larson" is yet another R-rated comedy for 2011,
and may be the dumbest looking yet, which is
saying something after "Your Highness."
The movie is rated R for pervasive crude sexual
content, language and some nudity.
Director Steven Soderbergh ("Ocean's 11,"
"Traffic") returns with another ensemble film,
"Contagion," featuring Matt Damon, Kate Winslet,
Marion Cotillard, Bryan Cranston, Gwyneth
Paltrow, Jude Law and Laurence Fishburne. The
thriller follows a deadly worldwide outbreak which
threatens everyone and the doctors fighting against

The film is rated PG-13 for disturbing content
and some language.
In what may be the first serious drama about
mixed-martial arts, "Warrior" features two
brothers (Tom Hardy, "Inception," and Joel
Edgerton, "King Arthur") who discover that to
win the championship and the cash price they both
need, each will have to beat the other. The trailer-
-intentionally, I'm sure--gives off a "The Fighter"
vibe, and director Gavin O'Connor has done
the inspirational sports story genre before with
Disney's "Miracle."
The movie is rated PG-13 for sequences of
intense mixed martial arts fighting, some language
and thematic material.
The weekend of Sept. 16 has three new movies
and one classic opening in wide release. On the
surface, "Drive" seems like a "Transporter" knock-
off, but with Ryan Gosling ("Blue Valentine") and
Carey Mulligan ("An Education") leading the cast
and director Nicolas Winding Refn ("Bronson"), it
has higher aspirations, especially after picking up
Best Director as this year's Cannes Film Festival.
The film is rated R for strong brutal bloody
violence, language and some nudity.
In "I Don't Know How She Does It," Sarah
Jessica Parker ("Sex and the City") is Kate, a
finance executive trying to balance work, a husband
(Greg Kinnear, "Little Miss Sunshine") and two
kids. The final straw is the arrival of a new client
(Pierce Brosnan," GoldenEye"). With a trailer that
begins with a voice over from Parker, it's hard to
avoid the comparisons to "Sex and the City," but
my biggest question is whether audiences will
feel terribly sympathetic to the woes of a well-
to-do character who has a nanny to help with the
kids--a similar backlash was enough to sink last
year's "Eat, Pray, Love."
The movie is not yet rated,
"Straw Dogs" is a remake of the controversial
1971 film of the same name. James Marsden
("X-Men") takes over for Dustin Hoffman,
while the Deep South replaces rural England.
L.A. screenwriter David Sumner (Marsden) moves
to his wife's (Kate Bosworth, "Superman Returns")
hometown. There they face escalating hostilities

with a group of bullies, until David finally snaps
and does whatever it takes to protect his family.
The original courted controversy because of
its--at that time--extreme violence and a brutal rape
scene, but after so many "Saw" and "Hostel" films,.
the novelty of the original seems lost here.
The film is rated R for strong brutal violence
including a sexual attack, menace, some sexual
content, and pervasive language.
To finish off the weekend, Disney is releasing
for two weeks only a remastered, 3D edition of its
classic animated film, "The Lion King." The 1994
film features the voices of Matthew Broderick,
James Earl Jones, Nathan Lane and Jeremy Irons,
and follows the young lion cub Simba, who
leaves his world behind after being tricked into
believing he is responsible for a great tragedy. One
of Disney's all-time greatest animated films, this
will be an opportunity to introduce a whole new
generation to its wonders.
The film is rated G.
The weekend of Sept. 23 supplies another slate
of four movies, including "Abduction" starring
"Twilight" heartthrob Taylor Lautner. The movie
follows a teen (Lautner) who discovers he was
kidnapped as a child, which leads to a massive
conspiracy involving the CIA and hired killers.
Each of the "Twilight" leads has been trying to
strike it big outside the vampires with varied results,
so it was only a matter of time before Lautner made
the leap.
The movie is rated PG-13 for sequences of
intense violence and action, brief language, some
sexual content and teen partying.
"Dolphmn Tale" is based on a true story about a
boy who discovers a hurt dolphin on the beach and
stays by its side as it recovers at a rescue aquarium.
When the dolphin loses its tail, the boy contacts
a doctor specializing in prosthetic limbs (Morgan
Freeman) for help. Thegsraskasge includt Ashley (
Judd and Harry Connick Jr.
The film is rated PG for some mild thematic
"Killer Elite" is also supposedly based on real
events, as documented in the novel "The Feather
Men." Sporting an all-star action cast, the movie
features Jason Statham ("The Trapsporter") as a
member of the British Elite Special Service forced ,
out of retirement when his mentor (Robert De
Niro, "Limitless") is taken hostage by Clive Owen
("Shoot 'Em Up"). The trailers are surely action-
filled enough and it's hard to ignore the caliber of
the cast.
The movie is rated R for strong violence,
language and some sexuality/nudity.
Rounding out the weekend is "Moneyball,"
which, you guessed it, is based on a true story.
Brad Pitt ("Ocean's 11") is Oakland A's general
manager Billy Beane, who tries to use computers
and statistics to put together a winning baseball
team with the money available. Jonah Hill and .
Philip Seymour Hoffman co-star. Last year's "The
Social Network" proved geeky subjects can draw
audiences, and it doesn't hurt that "Network"
scribe Aaron Sorkin was brought it for a rewrite of
the script for director Bennett Miller ("Capote").
The film is not yet rated.
The final weekend of the month brings with it
yet another group of four movies. "50/50" stars
Joseph Gordon-Levitt ("Inception," "500 Days of
Summer") as Adam, a young man who is diagnosed
with cancer and given a 50/50 chance of survival.
The film is a comedic look at Adam's attempts to
deal with his disease, helped by his friend Kyle
(Seth Rogan, "The Green Hornet"). Dark material
for a comedy, but the early buzz has been strong.
The film is rated R for language throughout,
sexual content and some drug use.
"Courageous" is director Alex Kendrick's
follow-up to his widely successful 2008
film,"Fireproof." Once again aimed at the faith-
based community, "Courageous" follows four
police officers who must come to terms with a
tragedy and how it changes the way they look and
treat their families.
The movie is rated PG-13 for some violence and
drug content.
"Dream House" is a horror thriller starring
Daniel Craig ("Casino Royale") as Will, who
moves to a small town only to discover his new
house is seemingly haunted by the family who was
murdered there. Seeking more information about
the house's past, he will discover some shocking
secrets of his own. "Dream House" also stars
Rachel Weisz ("The Mummy") and Naomi Watts'
("The Ring"). Although at first glance this seems
to be just the next haunted house movie on the
assembly line, the cast involved says otherwise.
The film is rated PG-13 for violence, terror, some
sexuality and brief strong language.
And finally, we have "What's Your Number?,,
about a woman (Anna Faris, "Yogi Bear") who
decides to look up all of her old flames to see if
she missed her true love with this help of Chris
Evans ("Captain America"). Amazing, out of the
18 movies to be released in August, this is the only
romantic comedy.
The movie is rated R for sexual content and

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$35 (in county) or $49 (out of county) to W -H r l
P.O. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348

Deadline for Wednesday's classified
section have been changed because of the
Labor Day holiday. The Newspaper office will
be closed Monday but will re-open at S amr
Tuesday. Ads must be received by 10 a.m.)
for publication in the Sept. 7, Taco zimes.
The deadline for Fridays News-Heral
remains the same, Wednesday at 5 p.m.

We buy junk cars and trucks for $125-
$225. 7 days a week. Call 386-658-
1030 or 904-887-8513.

For Sale Kobler Campbell piano $350.
Please call 223-2787, if no answer
leave a message.
09/02 -09/14

Chihuahua Pups 2 boys, 2 girls -
parents on premises, Choc/White,
Lemon/White. 1st set of
shots/deworming given. Ready to Go -
610.0 Serious inquiries call 850-

For sale AKC Registered teacup
Female Yorkie Three Months old,
Caught up on all shots, asking, $800.
OCall 84039/505250.

Free cats. Call 584-7829 or 672-0353.

$483 PER MO CALL JEFF 352-262-

CALL TODAY 352-493-9600.TMH

Auction this Friday! Downtown Perry.
6:30 p.m. corner of Green and
Washington. We have general
merchandise as well as tools,
collectibles, stereo equipment and
furniture. Something for everyone!
This week's featured items include a
large birdcage, a 30 gal, compressor
and a large lot of Army surplus
supplies. Call 850-672-9800 for more
information. Gary Bonney, Auctioneer

Mauldin's Collision Clinic Inc. will hold
an auction Sept. 19, 2011, at 9:00 a.m.
on the following vehicle #

Lsa~n44 fr toir35 lien. A~ddresso i
18 East Center Street, Perry FL


One big flea market-mini estate yard
sale. Sept. 2 & 3, 8 a.m. each day. 409
Plantation Rd. Sacrificing many items
at "make offer" pricing. Some boxes of
free stuff to rummage through. If you
have been looking for something from
your previous life-check it out-shop until
you drop, anything negotiable. All sizes
boutique clothing. Gently used and well
cared for men's suits and ties. Reed
and Barton silver plate and stainless
pieces. Large cup and cap collection.
Baskets galore. Complete set Reader's
Digest condensed books from the 50's,
vintage magazines, cameras and

Yard Sale/Gift Shop BEACH ROAD just
past Deadmans Curve BEHIND THE
BUILDING, a it rains yard sale will be
INSIDE white building. NEW HAND-
CRAFTED PURSES this weekend only
,they were $10 get 2 for the price of 1
on selected racks of Purses BABY

weekend tak $5SoffSB AKET AtLh
was $30-$35 this weekend buy the $30
blankets for $20, WELDERS CAPS
were $5 each, this weekend 2 for $5,
SUNHATS were $15, this weekend $8,
Plants $1 & UP. HAND FORGED
KNIVES $25 without Sheath, $35 with
Sheath, DISPLAY CASES $25.
Embroidery Available. We will do
layaway for the holidays. Friday-
Saturday-Sunday.0Open 8am-4pm 850-

Yard sale Saturday Sept. 3, 7 a.m. till
12:30 p.m. South Hendry Street off of
Green Street. Lots of baby girl clothes,
baby stuff, women and men clothes,
and misc. car parts.

Saturday, Sept. 3, 7 a.m. until. Baby
it er, ohth chair, cr ,espeacdk' blay
home decor, name brand clothes all
sizes, shoes, toys, new mountable gun
case, recliner, truck topper and much
more! 157 Shady Oaks Dr. off
Plantation Rd.

Yard sale Sept. 3, until 11 a.m. Lots of
baby boy stuff, swing, bouncer,
bassinet, women's clothes, microwave
stand, and much much more. 1003
North Calhoun Street.

Yard sale, Saturday, Sept. 3, 8 a.m.
until. North 221, a mile past truck route,
Dell computer, computer tables, heater,
TV, metal detector, exercise bike,
engine stand, chain fall, Corvette rims
/02 plnty more.


Dries in 3-4 Hours ~ Tile Floors ~ Pet Odors

584-CLEAN (584-2532)n
Land for sale, 221 North between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker
Rd. 1 acre lots with paved roads. 0wner II]
financing available. Please call (386)
658-1346 or (850) 584-7466.EF ---
For Sale or Lease to Own. 12 ft. fiberglass boat and trailer, call
New house in Ocean Pond Subdivision 584-3688
only a few miles from Keaton Beach, Fl.
1568 sq. ft. of living area, three 10 ft. trailer for $150. Call 584-3688
bedroom, two bath new house with all
new appliances, carpet and hardwood Estate Sale: Carolina Skiff, DLX-1780,
flooring.0Open kitchen living room area, ye ah 20770 hrokmaster trailer,
sitting on 2 acres of land ready toMTv top, extraas,0 loph2tours.$9in,0n 115 8
OFEed dal85 -67-0535490 2346
08/17-09/09 08/31, 09/02

3 room, bt house fr sa e on
Puckett Road. Call 850-402-5459 or
08/10-09/02 Clerical/dispatch position. Experience
40 acres of land for sale with 500 ft. of c ary.6-51DrgFeeWrplc.1
frontage on Dennis Howell Road. Call 08/31,09/02

r fnes inial en iro mnt/ nes ruher
T* No GED or High School Diploma
required if age 18. 40 hour prep class
2005 Ford 500 SE.One owner;~arage pglus training. QUEST TRAINING
kept. immaculate. All maintenance ISERVICES. 3861382!~'-485''
records. $7,700 OBO. Call 672-
0359.TB Pepsi Beverages of Perry has an open
position for a Customer Rep Trainee.
2004 Toyota Highlander. 88,000 miles, Must be 21 years of age or older. Class
asking $11,500. Call 850-584-4462. ACDLy required$117 pe OhNL
1987 Dodge 4 wheel drive. Short bed
single cab 318 automatic. A/C doesn't AVON!!! Call now to get started. Earn
work. Aluminum rims 35" Super up to 40%. Still only $10 for start up kit!
Swampers. AM/FM/CD player, runs Call for appointment
great. $1,950. Call 850-843-0883 850-584-2925.

Mlrafshall Healthcare


,' RN s Floor-Tech
LPN s Part-Time

Pr-Tim 1 pm 7 am

Call Lewis Barwick, RN, DON Cl asy Pdett
850-584-6334 850-584-6334

ehL~C Citizens State Bank
~Jrt~NOw Hiring

POSITION TTLE: Customer Service Representative
DEPARTMENT: Customer Service Department
SUPEFRVISOR: Vice President of Customer Service

To provide and maintain excellent customer relations by ensuring customer Inquiries
are handled in a prompt, efficient, courteous, effective and professional manner Re
sponses must adhere to Citizens State Bank standards while adhering to all government
and agency guidelines and/or requirements.
High School Diploma or equivalent
AA/AS Degree preferred
Answer incoming inquiries
Effectively provide prompt, accurate and professional responses to customer inquiries
Successfully resolve routine inquiries
Display active I~stening skills
Document loan activity to the Bankway system
Demonstrate knowledge of current department Policies and Procedures, including but?
not limited to:
Product knowledge of Mortgage Banking practices
System tools (i.e. Email, Word, Excel, Meridian Link Xpress Accounts, Bankway Image
Center, Loan Servicing
Special projects as assigned by management team
Actively participate to recommend changes which can create efficiencies and/or
streamline processes
Report any unresolved Issues to System Analyst to research and resolve

40 hour work week
Overtime and travel as needed
Scheduled shift changes as a result of business needs (associate must be flexible)
No known hazardous work conditions
Visit http:llwvwwasbfl.neticareers.html for additional information related to this position.

--Under New M~anagement --
2 3 BR apartments available.
Special Move-in Package with -0- Rent for qualified applicants
Water/Gas furnished. On-site Laundry '
C OSe to City/Water Parks, Boys & Girls Club,
and Shopping Plazas. Public Transportation available
Call 850-584-6842
STDD 711, EHO. Section 8 Affordable Multifamily Housing r


Yard sale Saturday, Sept. 3 on Reddick
Dr. just past Susan's on 19 N. lots of

Yard sale Saturday Sept. 3, 7:30 a.m.
until. 619 West Wilcox .

Yard sale. Sept. 2 &3, 9 a.m.-1 p. m.,
106 El Rancho Dr. Children's clothes,
shoes and lots more.

15 foot boat with 65 hp motor $2,800
OBO. Sand blaster, cab net type $100.
Call 58078229 0r 672-0353.

Newer washer and dryer $250. 1988
Chevrolet Silverado, reliable
transportation, $900. Call 371-2202.

Compound Bow for sale. Bear $175
firm. Call 352-498-4037.

Household furniture for sale. Call 838-

Kayak molds. 4 sizes. Also
miscellaneous boat items, call for
details 850-223-3900.

Water Filter Kit Kit includes: 3/4" filter
housing, mounting bracket, mounting
screws, filter wrench. All for $19.95.
Cartridge not included. Only 24 of
tahneds at this price If Coa~s Plumbing

08/1 0-09/02


eprtends for rntd $6(
Included with rent is fu
Internet, hot tub, one bloe
to river and new boat land
498-7740 if no answer 81:
Office space for lease. 224
Street. Will alter to suit.0On
Up to 4,000 sq. ft. SAH Pr

Woodridge Apartn
Accepting applications for
BpRai nt nd N n-HC
considered. Call 850-584-
('hurch St., Perry, FL 323
"This institution is an equa
provider, and employer.

1 Bedroom house on 1 ac

Ogs0ded it. Cl 54-p8 1

2 choice 15-acre parcels at Huxford
Hightower on Keaton Beach Road. 5
minutes to gulf. 1 lot 325 feet on Beach
Road. The other has over 300 feet on
Dennis Howell Road. $4,000 to $4,500
per acre. Call Dixie Properties, 850-

Recently Foreclosed, Special
Financing Available, Any Credit, Any
rnom Vcka d Panedr 4oae 5V63 g Drive by
then call (866) 924-8348.
09/02, 09/11
4 RV sites in North Taylor County. Call
08/1 0-09/02

3 bedroom, 2 bath house for sale on
Puckett Road. Call 850-402-5459 or
08/1 0-09/02



Taking applications for a 2 BR/1 bath
located in Everetts Mobile Home Park.
Water, sewer and garbage included in
rent. $400 a month and a $300 deposit.
Must have references. Apply in person
to Ms. Betty 584-7094.

3 bedroom, 2 bath. No pets. $525 per
month and $500 deposit required. Call
371-1400 after 5pm.
08/1 9-09/02

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

RV spot 30 or 50 AMP on private land
in nice neighborhood. Includes electric,
water, sewer and cable. North side of
Perrjust ou sde ity i its. $350 per

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.

2 Bedroom, 2 bath brick home with
Iarge fenced yard in Shady Grove.
Screened front porch, Florida room,
carport and utility house. No smokers.
No indoor pets. Call 850-838-5338 and
leave message.

Singlewide 3 bedroom 1 bath central
air. No pets and no children. $450 per
month and $400 deposit/cleaning fee.
Call 850-584-4486 or 850-838-5646

Apartments for rent. 2 bedroom, 1
bath, $550 deposit, $550 per month. 1
bedroom, 1 bath, $425 deposit, $425
per month.

3 bedroom, 2 bath, in Shady Grove.
$650 per month. Call 850-838-9514.

3 bedroom, 1 bath in Iddo. $550 per
month. Call 850-838-9514.

3 bedroom, 1 bath house. $500 month,
plus security and last months rent
required. No kids, no pets. Call 850-



Smtall ads...big deals!

CEDAR ISLAND ON THE CANAL 8 vehicles for sale! 6 under $3,500!
AND BAYFRONT. Starting at $49,900 Hurry!
with new seawall, water and sewage. Head Turners Auto Inc.
Owner financing is available with 15% In front of
dDo nEvelim teSnum.ea h s5-46p6r. Cal Ryan's Everything Automotive
04/29tfnWO 850-584-8900

2008 GMC Sierra Denali Pick up.
White, 20 in, wheels, Denali package,
great condition. 42,000 miles, $27,900.
Call 223-1059.

2005 Buick LeSabre Limited, one
owner, non-smoker. 84,300 miles.
Very nice $8,900. Phone 838-2003.

Unique well-built home on one acre at
504 Judson Drive, Quail Point. 1890 sq
ft home plus 735 sq ft garage and
pore~s.9 ft and cathedral ceilings with
beamsoo, graite, mae nrble, cypess
hrdoodgsF, iten pine itero, metl ,
fn ed, much mopen Ser ouse ,qu r es
phone 295-1823 to schedule viewing.


Mobile home/hunting camp with 3 full
svc. RV sites on 2 secluded acres. Call

2 bedroom, 1 bath block house off Old
Dixie Hwy. Full kitchen, full bath. First,
last and security deposit. $500 a month
call Robert at 850-223-3427.
E ~08/31-09/02

E REORT.Room for rent. $350 per month,
00 tboe dos mu tillteski chen and private
ll cable t.v.,083092
ck, one block
ing. Call 352- One bedroom furnished apartment. All
3-6779640.utilities included (electric, water, sewer,
N. Jffeson garbage and cable). No smoking. No
-site parking. pets. $160 a week or $600 a month.
operties. Call $100 deposit. Call 850-926-3613 or
ments RV campsite with utilities included for
1, 2, and 3 $300 per month. Call 850-926-3613 or
acce0 63-8196.
5668. 709 W.
48 TD 711.Newer 3 bedroom, 2 bath trailer for
lI opportunity rent. $600 a month includes water. Call
:re in city, no Niepaet iesaealgcbni
month and Nu cetd uab caa
Own room furnished, cable TV and
wireless Internet. Move in October 8th.
Male or Female. Call 850-578-2713

3 bedroom, 2 bath located at
Whispering Pines Mobile Home Park.
$60 per month plus deposit. Call 838-






Her aid September 2-3, 2011

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Yard sale, Sept. 3, 7 a.m. until. 112
Maple Drive off Ash Street.

Mrs. Devera's yard sale. 604 East
Bacon Street, located off Center Street.
Saturday, Sept. 3, 8:30 a.m. until.

Garage sale Saturday, Sept. 3. Avon
clearance, clothes, household items,
more than last week. BJ says come see
her. Everything cheap. Follow signs
turn right off 27 east at Lakeside Dr.

Yard sale, Saturday Sept. 3, 8 a.m.
until. Women, me and children's
clthes and much more. 1800 Pisgah


Big family yard sale Saturday, Sept. 3,
Bradshaw Blvd. off of Puckett, 8th
'tra0er on right. 8 a.m. until.

Yard Sale Saturday 3 miles down
Johnson Stripling on the left. Clothes
all sizes men and women, toys, tools,
tractor tires, dishes and misc.

Hunters Yard Sale: Friday, Saturday,
Sunday (Mon-?) at 12580 Spring
Warrior Rd. Double-wide ladder stand,
strap-on stand/ladder, coolers, ground
blind, gun cases, turkey decoys and
vest, safety harnesses, much more
some fishing equipment, 1 female blue
heeler puppy. 561-722-8290 leave

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Taylor County Board of County
HEO 1 (Part-time Truck Driver) for
desr trion Apcationsobtai edfr m, Mobile
Career Lab at Perry K-Mart on
Tedays, Wed esp.y WrTurr ay
Position open until filled. Taylor County
Board of County Commissioners is an
EEO, VP, DT, background check
Director, North Florida Rural Health
Workforce Development Network at
North Florida Community College. See for details,

The Florida Fish and Wildlife
C0nSefVation Commission is now
hiring personnel for seasonal work at
check stations during the upcoming
hunting seasons. The check stations
wIchoperater on the dates as0 flows
Muzzleloader from 10/28/11-10/30/11,
General gun from 11/05/11-11/20/11
and1 Springo ture arab03/11 2
Taylor County. Pay rate $7.31 per hour.
Most positions begin Sept. 24, 2011.
For further details call (850) 838-9027,
ext. 100, or stop by the Big Bend Field
Office at 663 Plantation Rd, in Perry.

In need of Extra Driver to
Pennsylvania. Leaving approx. Nov. 22-
Week of Dec. 3. Share driving and
expenses there and back. Call for
details 352-498-4037.

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*Stump Grindin
*Tree Trimming
.rer sRem I l
*Bucket truck use
*Bush Hogging
*Pressure Washing
*FreeGEstim~aaes* and
Cali todayI
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
Mark A. Moneyhan
Licensed and Insured
Certified Quality Specialist
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-
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-

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See ad in lhoe- 1k p ge 110.

Cas No. 1Elt fCP
The administration of the estate of
whose date of death was July 14.
pn ing Inth Cr it Curt fr Ta~yl
Cont Forwda Prost tDiv sn, the
620, Perry, Florida 32348. The names
aende td resseesa o h esn
be resentitive's attorney are set forth
All creditors of the decedent and
Other persons having claims or
dmands agais dctehdets e It
been served, must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must fle thler claims with this court
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bar No. 169621
Fery 0 ia5 3249
Ielp oe:570)4884-3812
Personal Representative
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09/02, 09/0

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Classifieds work.
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high paying Aviation Maintenance
Career. FAA approved program.
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available CALL Aviation Institute of
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A childless couple seeks to adopt.
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