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HW November11-12,2011

Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889

News Forum
Waltbo be a asler

Registration for the next
Master Gardener class, offered
through the Taylor County
Extension Service, has been set
for Dec. 1.
"Currently only two spaces
have been reserved and 15
reservations are required for the
.,class to be offered:' said Debbie
Ross, a graduate of the course
and active Master Gardener in
the community.
The course is tentatively
scheduled to begin Wednesday,
Jan. 25, 2012, continuing every
Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 3
;p.m. until March 28. The cost
for the 10-week course is $100,
which includes all books and
"For anyone who is interested
in gardening or learning more
about proper horticulture
techniques, there simply isn't
a better value. The information
is thorough and meaningful,
providing easy reference for
years to come as you landscape,
conserve water, battle insects
and enhance the natural beauty
of your yard."
Interested? Act quickly.
Should the class be cancelled
because the 15-participant
Threshold isn't reached,
registration fees will be refunded.
For additional information,
* please call 838-3508.

2a the date' for
2011 Toy Run
Local riders are invited to,
"save the date" for the 2011
Toy Run to benefit Guardian ad
Litem planned Saturday, Dec. 3.
The ride will begin at Taylor
County Courthouse at 11 a.m.
with the final destination being
Econfina River Resort.
Admission is anew unwrapped
toy or a $20 donation. i-
Dockins Broadcasting
Group, Advance Refrigeration,
Parrotheads in Perry-"dise,"
Econfina Resort and Sunrize
Stitches are sponsoring the
For more information, contact
Wendy at 838-5190.

Christmas on the
Square planned Dec. 2
Main Street Perry has
announced plans are underway
for the 2011 Downtown
Christmas on the Square, slated
Friday, Dec. 2, from 5-8 p.m.
A -tree-lighting ceremony
:will be held at 6 p.m. followed
.by music from the First Baptist
Church Youth Band.
Santa will be available for
photos, parking his sleigh
in front of the Taylor County
SHistorical Society..
"We'll have the train and
bounce house for children. New
Home Baptist Church will stage.
a live nativity at the corner of
Green and Washington streets,"
Main Street Project Manager
Joanna Ter Maat said.
"Downtown shops and
restaurants will be open late,
so come share the Christmas
;spirit and plan on spending the
evening downtown.
"We will also present an award
for Best Dressed Window," she

Senior recognition
tonight at Dorsett
Taylor County High School
will recognize seniors who
participate in JROTC, band,
cheerleading and football during
the Bulldogs' home game tonight
at Dorsett Stadium. Students
should report to the scoreboard
end zone at 6:45. p.m.; the
program will begin at 6:50.p.m.

Bach Pariy p. B-2

Bomb threat

targets bank

Police and deputies surrounded Capital City Bank for nearly an
hour Thursday morning in response to a bomb threat made by an
unknown caller.
"No suspicious items of any kind were located," Perry Police
Department (PPD) Capt. Jamie Cruse said.
The call came in to the 911 dispatch center and the threat was
forwarded to investigators.
"A perimeter was set up around the bank and bank employees were
evacuated. We also sent officers to other banks as a precautionary
measure. We conducted a thorough search of the building and the
area. Nothing was found."
He said the unknown caller indicated that a bomb was going to
go off around Capital City Bank. The dispatch center received the
call about 9:48 a.m.
"We have evidence to continue the investigation and currently we
have cooperating witnesses that have provided essential information
that will help us conclude this investigation successfully," Cruse
Traffic was routed away from the area during the initial
investigation. Police were assisted at the scene by the City of Perry
Fire Department and Taylor County Sheriff's Office.

Filed by bond company


The Perry City Council was
seemingly brought to heel by
the threat of a federal lawsuit
filed by the bond company
insuring the problem-plagued
Granger Subdivision sewer
system construction project.
The complaint was filed just
two days after council members
balked at a proposal' fr6m the
bond company to accept a flatter
slope to the sewer lines already
City and bond company
officials volleyedmieasurements
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of .36 to .38 slopes during
previous discussions.
"Even before we terminated
the contractor (Ben Withers,
Inc.) there had been discussion
of possibly accepting a .38%
slope and, although we had
never put anything in writing
to accept the standard, the
bond company apparently was
working under the assumption
we had (the contractual slope
was a minimum of .40%). At
the Oct. 25 meeting, there was
a resolution before the council

Bank officials are escorted back into the building following a bomb scare Thursday

to take the .36% off the table
and stick to a .38% slope and if
the bond company didn't agree
to that, in a few days then the
council was going to move back
to the .40% as specified in the
initial project contract," City
Manager Bob Brown said.
"However, the resolution
didn't go through and the
council demanded immediately
to stay with the .40%."
During that discussion,
Councilman Daryll Gunter said,
"What were the original specs?

.40%? Let's do .40%. I am tired
of playing with them...it needs
to be .40%...I won't vote for
anything other than that. I'm fed
up with all parties."
He also noted that, "if we
accept this resolution, then we
are conceding that we are going
to accept substandard stuff.
They keep playing chicken and
we keep ducking."
Councilman Don Cook and
Alphonso Dowdell also backed
Gunter's stance on the issue.
"I'm going to agree on with

.40%," Cook said.
Gunter made a motion to
deny the resolution and said
"they (the bond company) must
fulfill their end of the contract."
The bond company's response
was swift-two days after the
vote, they filed a complaint for
declaratory judgement against
the city in federal court.
The four count suit alleges
that the city wrongfully claims
that the company, Auto-
,-* Please see page 6

Bloodworth family home bulldozed

By late afternoon, the 106-year-old home was reduced to rubble. The church plans to use the property for a
parking lot.

Families honor

loved ones with

bench donations
Ned Brafford was a young man of 18 when he and his twin
brother received letters from the draft board.
They were soon in the thick of World War I, with Ned taking
part in the Battle of the Bulge. When he returned home, it was with
three battle stars.
This quick snapshot was typical of the stories swapped among
donors of several new benches for Veterans Memorial Park when
they met at the site Wednesday afternoon.
Brafford was joined at the World War II monument by his
daughter, Linda Rommes, and the new bench will be dedicated in
both family names.
"-* Please see page 6


Perry News-Herald Looking Back......... A-2
Living .................. A-3
Two actions 122 Year, No. 45Religion ................. A-6
www.perrynewspapers.com Sports ................... A-5

The old James Bloodworth
home, which was built in 1905,
was demolished Wednesday
by First Baptist Church,
which purchased the property
following Bloodworth's death
in August 1998.
"The home had fallen in
such poor, physical condition
that it was no longer safe for
our Father's Storehouse which
was used as a distribution point
for food and clothing," said
Don Cook who is a volunteer
assistant to the church's
administrator, Gene Carter.
"To make the home safe and
habitable would have cost us
more than the property was
valued," he added. "There was
structural disrepair which could
not be rehabilitated without
investing more than the house
was worth.
"Ultimately, the house would
have collapsed, and we couldn't
-* Please see page 6

Veterans Memorial Park representative Ed Sheffield, left, accepted a donation from
World War II veteran Ned Brafford and his daughter, Linda Rommes, on behalf of the
Brafford-Rommes families.

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

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W m A-2 Perry News-Herald November 11-12,2011

Remember when...

Who's who?
This handsome bunch of boys is actually the Foley Cub Scout Den 601 (year unknown). If you recognize any of
these future Boy Scouts, let us know by e-mailing newsdesk@perrynewspapers.com or please call our office at

Aglance at thej



November 11, 1976
The Perry News-Herald
started off this week's edition
with a front-page reminder that
there were only 36 days left
until Christmas.
The lead headline, however,
told of sad news, and the
shooting death of black leader
and businessman Richard Bell
at his home on the previous
Sunday afternoon.
According to the police
department, Bell was shot four
times with a pistol wielded by
Rubin James Mauldin, 50.
First degree murder charge
were pending.
Police Chief Ralph Coleman
said the shooting was the result
of an argument over a property
deed. Mauldin was identified as
the victim's son-in-law.
FOR 1976
The 1976 Honor Court for
Homecoming was selected by
popular vote from grades 9-11
andincluded: Sandy McKinney,
Francina Slaughter, Tanya
Durden, Kristi Thompson,
Angela Oliver and Debbie

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Soven
of Hollywood announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Andrea.. to ~~,Ii e ,f an,
the son of Mr. and Mrs Robert
Beckman. A Dec. 19 wedding
was planned.
Angela Gail Goodman was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Goodman on Nov. 1 at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital (DMH). She
weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces.
Chandra Ann Helton was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Don Helton
on Oct. 29, also at DMH. The
new arrival weighed 5 pounds,
15.25 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Parker
announced the birth of their
daughter, Emily Dianne, on
Oct. 29 at DMH.
Joelene Miller was welcomed
to the family by Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Miller on Oct. 31, at DMH.
Peggy Sisk and Jimmy
Slaughter (representing
Buckeye Celluloe Corp.) were
honored as campaign chairs for
the 1976 March of: Dimes,. in
which they raised $4,689.73.
Ben Sparks, Vicki Beach,
Tammy Granthum and Ola
Parker were pictured as high
school helpers for "Peck" Smith

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who would be cooking mullet
for the upcoming Homecoming
"We ought to beat them,"
said Coach Elmer Coker of the
Taylor County Bulldogs who
were scheduled to challenge
Marianna's 11 on the gridiron
for Homecoming.
The teams were considered
"equal" with similar records.
Coker planned to add some
junior varsity players to kis
squad for the game.
Last week, Bucky Odom
and Bish Clark were pictured
in football uniforms as
Marion Institute prepared
for its Homecoming. This

week's sports page featured
i Buzz Greene and Wade
Baumgardner, both of Perry,
Swho were also on the Marion
'Tiger team.
The ladies of St. James
Episcopal Church were shown
,making preparations for the
church's annual Christmas
bazaar to be held in the parish
"" i gdf giON '-'J
In this week's want ads,
there was a beachfront lot at
Keaton Beach for $3000, a 1970
Volkswagon for $950, a 1973
Honda 450 for $575, a Deluxe
Scamper attachment (for a truck)
"for $650 and a load of firewood
for $20.


201 1

To honor veterans

of all wars J.

Whatis the origin

of Veterans Day?

Raymond Weeks of Birmingham, Ala., organized a
Veterans Day parade for that city on Nov. 11, 1947, to
honor all of America's veterans for their loyal service.
U.S. Representative Edward H. Rees of Kansas
proposed legislation changing the name of Armistice
Day to Veterans Day to honor all who have served in
America's Armed Forces.
In 1954, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed
a bill proclaiming Nov. 11 as Veterans Day and called
upon Americans everywhere to rededicate themselves
to the cause of peace. He issued a Presidential
order directing the head of the Veterans Administration,
now the Department of Veterans Affairs, to
form a Veterans Day National Committee to
organize and oversee the national observance of
Veterans Day.
In 1968, Congress moved Veterans Day to the fourth
Monday in October. However, it became apparent that
the Nov. 11 date was historically significant to a great
many Americans.
Congress formally returned the
observance of Veterans Day to its traditional date in

Never too early
for Christmas


The Halloween decorations were
supposed to come down and the Christmas
lights were to go up. At least that's how my
Aunt Connette had planned it.
She had spent the first week of October
getting ready for Halloween by stringing
orange lights shaped like small jack-o'-
lanterns around the porch rails and hanging
skeletons, cobwebs, witches and goblins on
the walls and across the windows. When she
was done, she sat in a porch rocking chair
and smiled as she admired her handiwork.
Then, she spent the next few weeks wishing
Oct. 31 would come and go.
On Nov. 1, bright and early the morning
after the scariest night of the year, Connette
arose and started taking down the
Halloween decorations and pulling out
the Christmas lights. Had it not been for a
few raised eyebrows, the Christmas lights.
would have been up and on by sundown.
Back in the day, my aunt's plan to deck the
house with boughs of holly, twinkling lights
and silver bells before the fourth Thursday
of November would have violated the rules
and guidelines for celebrating holidays.
"You're supposed to wait until the day
after Thanksgiving to put up Christmas
decorations," my grandmother would have
scolded her. "In a few years, people will be
putting up Christmas trees in June.",
So far, my grandmother's prediction
hasn't come true, but nowadays it seems that
people are going straight from Halloween
to Christmas. Thanksgiving is getting little
to no respect. But, it wasn't always this way.
It used to be that each holiday had its own
-1ime-and,. idalflge l
other's space. And, except for Thanksgiving
and Christmas, there was time in between
for us to completely digest the previous
holiday before having to ingest the next one,
My, my, my how times have changed.
Wednesday, after nine days of sitting
around twiddling her thumbs, Connette
could hold out no longer. The first thing I
noticed when I walked in the yard was the
strategically placed piles of Christmas lights
in the yard and on the walkway and porch,
Two large boxes of outdoor ornaments were
in the middle of the piles, and extension
cords stretched from one end of the porch
and yard to the other end.
I asked the obvious, "What are you
"I'm putting up Christmas lights."
"They say you're supposed to wait until
after Thanksgiving," I reminded.her.
"I know," she said as she plugged a string
of lights draped around the porch railing.
"How does it look so far?"
"It's beginning tolook alotlike Christmas,"
I joked. Then I sat in a chair and quietly
watched as Connette turned the house and
yard into a winter wonderland. Finally, my
Aunt Helen who had been watching from
inside the house asked the question that was
on my mind, "Connette, you're not putting
up Christmas lights and decorations for
good, are you?"
"What do you mean, for good?" Connette
"I mean, are they going to be up until
"Why are you asking me that?" Connette
asked as she plugged another string of
lights into the socket.
"Because it's way too early," Helen
"Christmas is right around the comer,"
Connette told me and walked off the porch
to view the lights from the street. "I don't
know why Helen thinks it's too early."
"Because of Progress Energy," Helen
yelled from inside.
Undeterred, Connette replied, "I wasn't
planning to turn the lights on, but it is time
to put them up."
The next day, as planned, Connette began

searching through the storage closet for her
New Year's streamers.



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Livin g

A-3 Perry News-Herald November 11-12, 2011

Tour showcases 6 historical homes

With history as its focus, the
Christmas Tour of Homes on
Sunday, Dec. 4, will spotlight
six homes, not far removed
from the downtown area, which
were constructed between the
years of 1901 and 1950.
The homes for this year's
tour may not be the newest,
largest or most extravagant in
the community, "but they are
truly beautiful homes, which
remind us of our heritage and

how these talented
homeowners have historically
renovated or updated them to
accommodate their families.
We are thrilled that the
homeowners are allowing us to
share their unique history with
our community," said Iris
Parker who, as president of the
Perry Woman's Club (PWC), is
chairing this tour.
Details on each of the six
homes will be featured in

upcoming newspaper editions,
leading up to the tour. This
week, the spotlight turns to the
home of Alan and Tracy Hall
located at 214 N. Center St.
Built between 1916 and
1924, this Craftsman style
home was originally owned by
the family of Dr. Peacock.
"Local historians also recall
when the home was owned by
Professor Everett J. Evans who
taught music at the local high

This Craftsman style home, owned by Tracy and Alan Hall, is one of six on this
year's Christmas Tour of Homes.

Happy Birthday -



years young

and still

going strong!

Love always,

Doug & Debbie

Nv me 14 N e me2 7 Il au ii ii~

There are over 100 reasons why you should buckle
up while in a vehicle...
Don't buckle up and
you will find $101 of them
PPD will have extra officers
out during this time to
remind you to buckle up.

Be safe & remember...


school. Professor Evans, who
was said to be a student of the
renowned musician John Philip
Sousa, taught piano lessons to
many young people in the
Since the 1960s, however,
the home has been cherished by
the family of the late Robert
and Genevieve Manners.
Currently it is owned by Tracy
and Alan Hall, the Manners'
Since 1996, the Halls have
completed three restoration
phases "bringing the home
back to its original, historical
caliber," said Parker, "while
making it more functional for a
family which includes two
The home has three
bedrooms and three baths, with
milled cypress, tongue-and-
groove bead board ceilings that
stretch 10 feet high. Cypress
wainscoting details the living
and dining rooms while
custom-made cabinets and
stainless steel appliances
accentuate the kitchen.
"One of the newer features of
the home is a custom, stained-
glass transom which depicts
scenes from the four seasons,
remdding the Halls--and all
who enter--to treasure the
seasons of their lives," Parker
Tour tickets are $10 from any
member of the Woman's Club,
at Burns Monument Company
and Cox Electronics.

Firefighters, park

& parade benefit

from mullet fry
It's already November ...but Power Country Radio joined
it seems like iust yesterday that our celebration with a live

J - .. .
the Shady Grove Council and I
were anxiously getting ready
for the Mullet Fry and Auction
back on Oct. 15. We could not
have asked or prayed for a
more beautiful day!

By Deborah Sheffield

The report!
Last column I promised a
"report" about that wonderful
day, so here it is: It all began
very early for many dedicated
Shady Grove citizens council
members---much earlier than
my arrival at 10:30 a.m.! The
auction items were arranged
and amazing in their number!
These were all donations--the
generosity of Shady Grove folk
stunned us all.
Mr. Red's Fish Tent was fired
up and ready, and the children's
bake sale items were placed
carefully on the table so as to
entice even the most finicky
dessert lover.
Miss Rusty and Mr. Bud of

remote and blazing country
music to add to the "down-
home" feeling that lasted the
entire day. The mullet was
outstanding (I haven't had
mullet since I was a teen
having supper at Grandma and
Granddaddy's)--good job Mr.
Red, Mr. Dickie and Mr. Joe!
We ate, we laughed, we
enjoyed being folks together,
and when Mr. Ron Cox,
professional auctioneer, began
his calling the excitement
heated up. Our own Jesse
Wilson entertained us all,
personally displaying or
demonstrating each item up for
auction (with a flair that would
rival Vanna White anytime
anywhere!)--from playing the
donated guitar, demonstrating
how the chainsaw worked, and
even sporting the fishing hat
that I put with the "Lady's
Fishing Bucket" in honor of my
Grandma Annie Mae Sheffield
who loved to fish for mullet.
He was a delightful trooper.
Bidding war
Speaking of that, as I stood
in the audience, I noticed a
young man in a bidding war
over my fishing bucket--
wondering who was bidding
against him. I turned and he
was at war with my Aunt Nell!
My cousin Christy Everett
Jones wanted that bucket, so
Aunt Nell was in the fight for it
and she won! What a delight it
.* Please see page 6

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We would like to welcome new and old customers

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(6501223-2964 ext. 259
Walk-ins welcome


A-4 Perry News-Herald November 11-12, 2011

Great-grandparents Mack and Virginia Sessions are pictured with Timothy Holden, center, who was ordained Sunday in
Steinhatchee. Also shown, completing the 5 generations, are Trevor Holden, Diane Miller and Leon Holden.

Holden ordained Sunday in Steinhatchee

Timothy Holden was ordained as a pastor during services
Sunday at the First Baptist Church of Steinhatchee where his
father, the Rev. Leon Holden, is pastor.
The ordination service began with a period of questioning by a
pastors' council comprised of nine ordained ministers. Questions
and challenges were presented to Holden, 21, who stood with his
wife, Brittany, at his side.
In addition to parents Leon and Sarah Holden, the occasion was
attended by five generations of family members: great-
grandparents Mack and Virginia Sessions, grandparents Charles
and Diane Miller. Timothy represented the fourth generation and
his two sons. Trevor and Luke, the fifth.

Other guests included Uncle Scott and Aunt Dorothy Holden;
Aunt Jan and Uncle Daron Beaty from Jacksonville: Timothy's
brother, Leon and wife Brittney Holden with children, Hanna and
Faith; many friends including Pastor David Adair from
Jacksonville's Blanding Boulevard Baptist Church where Timothy
is the youth pastor.
Adair presented a message on the importance of prayer and then
presented the charge for service as a pastor to Timothy who, in
turn, gave his testimony.
For the morning service, Timothy delivered a sermon on "Why
Heaven is Going to Be Great."
Food and fellowship followed.

fc7lhiY'r Citywide Mission meets Sunday at Little St. John

Citywide Mission will meet
Sunday, Nov. 13, at 2:30 p.m.
in Little St. John M.B. Church
where the Rev. Robert Butler is
pastor. Geraldine Sparrow
serves as president.
The prayer list is long and
important. Please remember:
Christella Williams, Clarie
Pennington, Ernestine Adams,
Ernestine Washington, Iris
Jackson, Stephanie Lynn
Simmons (Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital), Thelma
Newberry and Vonda Simmons
(home), Ruth Monroe at
Marshall Health Care, Robert
Glanton and Eliza White
(home), Mamie Aikens, J.P.
Austin and Patrick "Pal"
Fudge, also at home. Bereaved
families include the families of
Athenia White, Shirley Ann
Bolden and Frank Jones.

Senior Survival
I had a problem, me, oh my;

Frank Jones Sr.
Frank Jones Sr., 93, of Perry
died Nov. 3, 2011. He was a
member of Springhill
Missionary Baptist Church, a
faithful usher of the church and
a former employee of Procter
and Gamble.
Survivors include two sons,
Frank Jones Jr. (Virginia) of
Miami and Dr. Allison Jones of
Pittsburg, Penn;. one daughter,
Betty (Jones) Lauria of Perry;
one goddaughter, Latasha
Green; three brothers, A.D.
Jones of Perry, David Jones of
Tampa, J.C (Everlena) Jones of
West Palm Beach; one sister,

shall I stay home, and moan
and cry? Or tell myself "I want
to die." To Focal Point, I'll go,
said I. Right into the group I
strolled, feeling gray and tired
and old. Our counselor urged,
"Speak up and be bold." Then
step by step, my tale I told. All
unrehearsed, the words popped
out of family struggles, power,
clout. These inner thoughts
became a shout, revealing pain
and fear and doubt.
Children grown and gone, no
time to share, no man to love,
no friends to care. Days get
lonely and nights are a mist;
where do you go when you
need a hug and a kiss? Getting
old can be a drag, you lose your
vim and looks soon sag. You
keep trying day by day, and
youth keeps flaunting itself in
your way.
Me, oh my, what did I do?
Am I to blame? My friends
each had a word to say, they
made suggestions, "Yea" and

Annie Ruth Prince of Perry;
sister in-law, Ella Mae Jones of
Perry; devoted friend and
caregiver, Ruth Collier of
'- Please see page 6

"Nay." Now so much love has
come my way, I need not weep
for yesterday.
I have a problem as seniors
will. Do I keep hoping.
hanging on, just dragging
through...day by day...moment

by moment...year by year...
Or shall I stay home, and
moan and cry? Or tell myself,
"You need to die." To Focal
Point. I go, said I. "You're a
senior, for God's sake! What
do you expect out of life?"

St. Johns Christian Fellowship
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Study/Prayer Meeting
Cody McNeese, pastor
Nursery and Children's Ministry Provided
SLocated at the intersection of Pucket Rd. and Golf Course Rd. 584-7251

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worry about what tomorrow will bring.
But God's word tells us exactly that...
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11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training
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Mission Activities
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Cavaliers will sing Sunday

The Cavaliers will sing at Perry First Church of God on Sunday,
Nov. 13, for the 11 a.m. worship service.
For the evening service, One Accord will sing at 6 p.m. The
church is located at 1915 U.S. 221 North; everyone is invited to
attend both services.

Choir anniversary observed

The New Bethel M.B. Church will celebrate its choir
anniversary on Saturday, Nov. 12, at 6 p.m. All church choirs are
invited to fellowship "with us in an evening of song and praise,"
said Dorothy Hightower, president.
The Rev. R. Knight is pastor of the church and encourages
soloists in the community to join in the celebration.

Sandy Hall Gallery
119 S. Washington St. Perry
(across from Town & Country Drycleaners)

Come out and meet our

Featured Artist

Christon Anderson
Friday, Nov. 11 from 7- 10 pm

As an extra treat Ricky Steele will be
here showcasing his work

Refreshments will be served and
we will be giving away door prized

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Sunday, Dec. 4, Day of Prayer for the
Victims of Drug Abuse in Taylor County
Churches, Sunday schools, families and individuals are
encouraged to take a few minutes on Sunday, Dec. 4, to
pray for the victims of drug abuse, the end of drug trafficking
and for the protection of law enforcement, firemen, first
responders, the medical community and others who are
at risk while serving to combat drug trafficking in Taylor
County. Taylor County has suffered greatly because of
drug abuse. But there is hope. God promises to hear and
answer the fervent effectual prayers of His people. Please
join us Dec. 4 in asking for God's divine intervention and
help in Taylor County!
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Fishing Report

The w-i-n-d can

be your friend

I still love the w-i-n-d, as I
took Johnny Jackson, his son
Nolen and his soon to be son-
in-law Blake Odom, all of
Opp, Ala., out Saturday and we
brought in 20 trout, three reds
and eight black sea bass in 20
knot w-i-n-d! Oh, and Nolen
caught a 27-inch, 6.3 pound
gator trout on a live shrimp
under a Cajun (the largest trout
caught on board One More Cast
this year). I had carried shrimp
with us, but these guys were
using pinfish and I couldn't get
them to try the shrimp. So when
things slowed down a bittin the
afternoon, and the tide was at a
standstill, I asked Nolen to try a
shrimp. Boom! The 6.3 pounder
hit the first one he cast out. I
didn't have to ask him to try
them again and he fished mostly
live shrimp Sunday, while the
rest used live pinfish (all rigged
under Cajun Thunders).
Sunday, we hit it'again and
caught another 20 trout, four reds
( three for Nolen) and two black
sea bass. The w-i-n-d was down

to 15-18K early and 8-10K late.
I had two of our trout including
a 20.5 inch long fish, Sunday, on
Assassin's Pink Ghost sea shad.
Ed Thomas of TGIF charters
had a limit of trout and reds for
his two guys (Cale and George
Pierce), down with the Jacksons
from Opp, Ala., both Saturday
and Sunday as well. He was
using live pinfish Saturday and
shrimp and pinfish under Cajuns
on Sunday. Here are some reports
from Keaton Beach Marina:
James Murphy, and Michael
Adams of Adel, Ga., had 5 trout
and 7 Big BSB on Saturday, then
Sunday, managed 6 keeper trout.
Phillip and Kyle Sellers with
Jesse Knight all of Rentz, Ga.,
had,$ trout and two reds Sunday
using live shrimp under Cajuns
in 3 feet of water. Jimmy and
Rhonda Stone and Mike Ellis of
Tifton, Ga., had 7 trout and six
black sea bass Saturday from 3
feet of water using live pinfish
under Cajuns.
Jimmy Stone and Mike Ellis
had their limit of trout using
New Penny in 2-4 feet of water


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The Darton College women's
soccer team, featuring former
Taylor County High players
Brooke Barton and Savannah
Cantrell, will enter the national
championship tournament
to face a familiar adversary,
according to the NJCAA's
recently announced tournament
The No. 3-seeded Lady
Cavaliers are matched up with
No. 6-seed Monroe Community
College (N.Y.), the team that
broke the Lady Cavaliers' near-
perfect season (25-1) at the
2005 national championship
final in Phoenix. Monroe won
2-1, putting an end to a top-
notch Darton soccer team
that still holds the national
records for most wins and most
consecutive wins.
This first-round match is
scheduled to begin on Nov.
17, at noon, in Melbourne. The
venue is yet to be announced,
but will likely be either
Melbourne Central Catholic
Church or Viera Regional Park.
The match, as well as all other
contests in the tournament,
will be video-streamed live

One More Cast

Operating from Keaton Beach Marina

via webcast on NJCAA TV
and http://spacecoastsportstv.
corn/. A link will be available
on the Darton College Athletics
website: http://cavs.darton.
edu/. The live webcasts will also
feature video clips highlighting
Darton College Athletics.
If Darton wins, they'll play
the victor of game three -
either Northern Oklahoma
College-Tonkawa or Scottsdale
Community College (Ariz.) -
on Nov. 18, at 2 pm.

A-5 Perry News-Herald November 11-12, 2011

Florida High here tonight

Taylor County's final regular
season game does not carry the
same weight as past match-ups
between the Bulldogs and rival
Florida High Seminoles.
The Seminoles and Bulldogs
have taken turns beating each
other in the previous two years
to decide which team advanced
to the playoffs in the old District
Now, Taylor County (6-3) has
moved up to Class 4A, while
Florida High (5-4) is competing
in Class 3A.
Both teams are already headed
to the playoffs this year, which
means the stakes will not be as
high in this Friday night's game
between the two district runners-
Taylor County finished second
in District 1-4A behind East
Gadsden, while Florida High
finished 2nd behind Madison
County after edging out former
playoff foe Pensacola Catholic,
14-10 earlier this year.
After several years of
dominating their district and
classification, Pensacola
Catholic finally is in a rebuilding
year, finishing this season 3-7
and missing the playoffs for the
first time in recent history.
After winning 4 of their first

5 games (the only loss coming
against Lincoln, 27-21), Florida
High has dropped three straight
contests heading into Friday
night's regular season finale
against the Bulldogs.
The Seminoles defeated
Panama City-Rutherford, 10-3
to open the year, then pounded
Chiles, 30-6 before falling
to defending state champion
Lincoln, 27-21.
Florida High easily defeated
Rickards, 46-14, handled
P.K. Yonge, 29-12 and edged
Pensacola Catholic 14-10 before
beginning the current three-
game skid.
Florida High fell to North
Florida Christian, 44-0, and lost
to East Gadsden, 20-13 before
being beaten by Madison, 39-13
last week.
Both Taylor County and
Florida High have two losses to
the same two opponents.
East Gadsden defeated the
Bulldogs, 28-13 the week before
beating Florida High, 20-13.
Madison handed the Bulldogs
a 55-14 loss four weeks before
defeating the Seminoles, 39-13.
The Bulldogs head into the
game with at least two key
starters out.
Linebacker Tyler Evans (39
tackles) continues to recuperate

Date Opponent Site Team/Time
Nov. 10(G) Godby* Away 7pm V
Nov. 14 Maclay Home 5pmJV & 7 pmV
Nov. 17 FSU Hgh* Away 5 pm JV & 7 pm V
Nov. 28 (G) EastGadsden* Away 7 pm V
Nov. 29 Comm. Christian Away 6 pm JV @ Meadows
Dec. 1 Wakulla* Away 5 pm JV & 7pnrV
Dec. 3 (G) Rickards* Away 3pm V
Dec. 5(G) Godby* Home 7pnV,,,,.,,
Dec. 6 (G) Hamilton Away 7pm V
Dec. 8 Chiles Home 6pm JV
Dec. 13 Mayo Away 1:45 pm V & 3:45 pm JV
Dec. 15 FSU Hih* Home 5pmJV & 7 pmV
Jan. 5 (G) Rickards* Home 7pm V
Jan.7(G) Wakulla' Home 11amJV&l pmV
Jan. 9 East Gadsden* Home 7pm V
Jan. 10(G) Mayo Home 4pmJV
Jan. 11 Macay Away 5pmJV&7pmV
Jan. 12(G) Hamilton Home 5pmV
Jan. 17 Leon Away 5 pmJV & 7 pmV
Jan. 20 Comm. Christian Home 6 pm V Senior Night

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from a knee injury and tailback
Jacques Freeman (79 carries,
517 yards, 4 TDs) is still nursing
an ankle sprain.
Jake Smyrnios (46 carries,
212 yards, 1 TD) has filled in for
Freeman at running back, while
James Strawter (14 carries, 129
yards, 1 TD) and Brion Scott
have becomepnore involved in
the running attack.

Strawter leads the team in
receptions (36 for 552 yards,
4 TDs), while sophomore
Moral Stephens leads the team
in receiving touchdowns (30
catches, 467 yards, 8 TDs).
Jalan Jackson (13 catches,
139 yards, 1 TD) and Brion
Scott (5 catches, 102 yards)
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Military service saluted

Continued from page 1
Benches donated by Judge Greg and Pam Rigoni-Parker honor
his service as well as the memory of their fathers, Matthew A.
Rigoni and Elton Parker.
Thelma Ruff was there to pay tribute to her husband, Mack J.
Ruff, a Navy veteran, and her father, Benjamin B. Ferns Sr., who
served in the U.S. Army during World War I. The bench will also
honor her brother, Franklin F. Ferns, a Marine Corps veteran of
World War II.
Korean War veteran Roy Eugene (Gene) Taylor's memory will be
etched in the stone bench bearing his name. His wife and children,
Ann Taylor, Ruth Harvey and Nancy Geohagan, donated it.
Virginia Trofemuk honored the military heroes in her family with
her bench donation, including: James H. McCall, James F McCall,
Samuel McCall, Lindsey McCall, Tracy McCall, Timothy McCall,
Shannon Clifford, Richard Sullivan, Glen Hoegh, Daniel Heuck,
Daniel Heuck Jr., Charles Holmes and Nicholas J. Trofemuk.
The Knowles sisters, Doris Kelynack and Merle Polly Perkins,
donated a bench in honor of Huel A. Knowles, Joel H. Knowles,
John P. Basnar Sr., John P. Basnar Jr., Ralph E. Perkins and E.
Powell Perkins
The Oberschlake family also donated a bench.

Thelma Ruff, left, and Ed Sheffield

Virginia Trofemuk, left, and Ed Sheffield

Promotion in the field
Bryan Walker Davis, left, was promoted to master
sergeant last week. He is currently serving in Khost,
Afghanistan. Offering congratulations are his father,
Aulden Davis and grandfather, Harold L. Davis, both
of Perry, as well as his wife, Ruth Karns Davis of

Silent auction slated

Nov. 19 at church

Continued from page 1
have the liability of people
coming in and out of an unsafe
structure," Cook said.
He indicated that the church
did look for a buyer who would
move the home off site, but
later learned that, structurally, it
could not be moved. "We even
tried to give it away but no one
was interested, even at the cost
Cook was careful to
underscore the long-term
friendship the church had with
Bloodworth. "He once told
me about growing up in that
house, and how he and James
Underwood would climb into
the old church sanctuary during
the summer months and swim
in the baptistry," Cook said with
a laugh. "His connection to this
church was that it was part of
his good, safe neighborhood."
First Baptist Church has

moved the Father's Storehouse
to the building behind the old
hospital which once housed.
physical rehabilitation services.
For the immediate future, the
site of the Bloodworth home
will be used for parking.
Perry Franklin Bloodworth
was the owner and operator of
Bloodworth's Sundries, which.
operated at the comer of Green
and Jefferson Street for more
than 90 years. His son, James,
ran the business following his
father's death in 1941.
The family home was
located just three blocks east
of the store and members of the
Bloodworth family had lived
there continuously since the
early 1900s.
The church plans to hold
a silent auction of items
reclaimed from the home before
its demolition. The sale will be.
held Saturday, Nov. 19, from:
9 a.m. to noon in the church:
parking lot.

,-agreement is approved

Sewer project could be completed in 90 days

Continued from page 1
Owners Insurance Company, is
obligated to arrange completion
of the work, whereas Auto-
Owners claims it is only bound
to indemnify the city for its
The suit also claims
"liquidated damages" assessed
by the city to the original
contractor for not completing
the work on time are not covered
by the performance bond.
Count III of the suit claims
that Auto-Owners is not bound
to pay the additional costs
associated with changes in the
contract and Count IV alleges
the city breached its contract

with Auto-Owners by paying
the contractor for uncompleted
or defective work or work
which did not meet the contract
requirements in contravention
of its obligations under the
payment provisions of the
When news of the complaint
reached council members, they
were quick to check their actions
and re-visit negotiations.
On Tuesday, Brown shared
with council members a draft
agreement with Auto-Owners
and said, "I think we're getting
In the latest draft, the company
agreed to replace 10 segments
of sewer line (approximately
3,000 to 3,300 feet) and get

everything .38% or better.
Four lines (approximately 900
feet) would be left as it is, with
slopes of .36% and .37%. (The
difference in elevation is less
than 1 % inches.)
"They would also put in
$50,000 worth of additional
asphalt at the site," Brown
"Under the new proposal,
the project would be completed
in 90 days. If it isn't, then the
company will pay the city
$90,000 plus fines of $1,000
per day (for each day past the
"I support doing it and getting
the project complete," Cook
"The other thing I like about

Mullet fry, auction sponsors thanked

Continued from page 1
was to see them both after all
these years. Aunt Nell, you still
look great--and Christy, you
have grown into a wonderful


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Continued from page 1
have shown flashes of big-play
On defense, Justin Becerra
(36 solo, 57 assists, 3 sacks,
3 forced fumbles) and KJ
Johnson (49 solo, 43 assists, 11
tackles for loss) have come on
strong in recent weeks, along
with Connor Bishop (13 solo,
38 assists, 3 sacks) and Wil
Tuten (29 solo, 49 assists).
Linebackers Calub Murphy
(33 solo, 37 assists) and Javolis
McNeal (39 solo, 29 assists)
have been solid in the middle,
along with Daniel Wentworth
(22 solo, 28 assists).

young woman. Thanks for being
there...thanks for the smiles and
hugs; let me know when you are
back this way.
Thanks to all...
Our first Shady Grove
Community Council Mullet Fry
and Auction was a tremendous
success! A heartfelt thanks
to everyone who donated and
volunteered for this special
event. We would also like to
encourage you to support these
merchants and folks who were
so very kind and generous
as well: Rocky's, Perry Fish
Market, Shaws Fish Market,
Graves Drive-in, Angels, Fair
Store, Debbie's Jewels, Reagans
Ace, Radio Shack, Mitch's Gold
and Diamonds, Winn Dixie,
Badcock, Johnson's Bakery,
O'Quinn's, Perry Drapery,
Photos and Frames, Joyce's
Downtown Cafe, Timberland
Ford, Goodman's Barbeque,
Poppa Jim's Seafood & Oyster
Bar, Priscilla's Produce, local
artists, Betty Pate and Debbie
Carpenter; Auctioneer Ron and
Sissie Cox; Power Country
Radio; County Commissioner
Pam Feagle, Perry Newspapers,
Inc., and Susan Lincoln (my
favorite boss) and to our
wonderful Shady Grove youth
who helped with the bake sale
and auction!

What did you fund?
The funds raised


proceeds for this event go to
our Shady Grove Volunteer Fire
Department, the Shady Grove
Christmas Parade on Dec. 17,
the park and enhancing our
little Shady Grove community
togetherness. Thank you, thank
you, thank you to all who made
this something to look forward
to again next year!

Turkey leftovers
This is November after
all...I enjoyed these bagels this
weekend but they will be even
better with leftovers from your
Thanksgiving turkey!

Turkey Bagel
with Strawberry
Chipotle Dressing

Bagel halved and warmed
Cream Cheese
1 large jar of strawberry jelly
1 can of chipotle peppers in
adobe sauce, drained
Blend the jar of jelly in a
blender with the peppers.
Spread a generous amount
of cream cheese on both sides
of the warmed bagel; place
turkey on cream cheese bagel
slices and drizzle dressing over.

it, is it keeps us out of court,"
Mayor Emily Ketring said.
Councilman Gunter initially
said he would not support the
latest proposal.
"They are threatening us...
I'm not willing to blink," he
said. "At the end of the day,
we're in the right."
City Attorney Mike Smith
noted, "What's your goal?
To complete the project. This
agreement puts everything in


(Continued from page 4)
Perry; special cousin, Ruby
Garner of Perry; and a host
of grandchildren. Family and
friends will be recieved today,
Nov. 11, at Trinity Funeral
Home of Perry, from 5-7 p.m.
Services will be held
Saturday, Nov. 12, at 1 p.m. at
Springhill Missionary Baptist
Church, Perry. Interment will
follow at Springhill Cemetery.

Card of


To lose someone who has
loved you and who you have
loved can be one of life's most
difficult and trying times.
However, your kindness and
support during the loss of our
mother, grandmother, sister,
aunt and cousin, Athenia
Denmark White, helped us
through this sorrowful time.
Your thoughtfulness and
compassion did not go
unnoticed. So, we would like to
express our heartfelt gratitude
to each and every one of you.
We would also like to say
thank you to the individuals
and healthcare workers and
organizations for the love
and care shown to our mother
during her illness. You were
truly appreciated.
May God bless each and
every one of you.
The Family of Athenia
Denmark White

place to complete the project in complaint on the city during the
90 days." 90-day construction period.
After further discussion, the On Thursday, Brown said
council agreed to the proposal he hoped to have a finalized
in principle and looked to move agreement within a week.
forward toward a resolution "I feel like we're pretty
with bond company, close," he said.
Smith also recommended Construction on the new sewer
having a provision in the system began Dec. 7, 2009. It
proposal that would prohibit the was originally supposed to take::
bond company from serving the only six months to complete.



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Living united
Representatives from the Taylor County United Way campaign recently spoke to
the Perry Rotary Club. Joining them was Molly Lord, community partnership director
for the Early Learning Coalition of the Big Bend Region, one of the many organizations
supported by United Way. Shown above are: (from I to r) United Way Campaign Co-
Chairs Charlton Knowles and Pam Rigoni-Parker, Lord, United Way Campaign Associate
Glenda Hamby and Rotary President Mark Viola.

My child is an honor student

at Taylor County Elementary!

Taylor County Elementary
School has announced the
following list of honor students
for the first nine weeks' grading
period for 2011-12:
3rd grade, All A's
Allora Baxley, Nicolas
Bennett, Madison Buzbee,
Cole English, Khristien Foster,
Samari Franklin, Caroline Gray,
Maci Haworth, Christopher
Hendry, Trista Knowles, Nathan
Lundy, Brielle Lynch, Hailee
McGuire, Cassie Murphy, J.T.
Price, Kadyn Puhl, Hayden
Singletary, Malayshia White,
Jacob Wilson, Mitchell Worthy
and Abigail Wynn.
3rd grade, A/B
Caleb Addison, Caden
Adkison, Amy -Alday, Sarah
Bailey, Brandon Barker, Noah
Brannen. Kylan Brown, Aundre'
Campbell, Ayonna Carter,
Madelynn Craft, Kennede
Crowley, Jenna Davis, Hannah
Dorman, Hannah Evans, Julius
Fraser, Zoie Gibson, Amanda
Gray, Devlin Hamrick, Barbara
Hardemon, Makayla Harris,
Max Hines, Mason Home,
Kloe Hughes, Ja'Kovie Island,
lyon Frison, Auni King,
Frederick Knowles, Slade Lago,
Gabriel Lundy, Joan MacNeill,
Abreanna McGuire, Macie
McGuire, Roderick Monroe,
Rodney Moore, Samantha
Morgan, Larry Murphy, Elijah
Nix, Brookelynn Padgett, Hayla
Smith, Jade Parker, Addison
Partin, Kayla Pete, Joshuah
Poisel, Makayla Roberts,
Abigail Rucks, Victorial
Sauls, Emily Schmidt, Hunter
Shiver, Rebecca Shoaff,
Tori Shores, Christian Dale
Smith, Leah Smyrios, Abby
Snodgrass, Colby Sparkman,

TREA meets

on Monday
Taylor Retired Educators
Association (TREA) will meet
Monday, Nov. 14, Rosehead
Junction, at 10 a.m.
Guest speaker will be Capital
City Bank President Debbie
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Our family will be welcoming the arrival of
our seventh great-grandchild, Kellan Walker
Zipperer, in just a few days. He will become a
part of a large family with uncles, aunts and
cousins galore.
A joyful event indeed but,.nonetheless,
still incomplete. There remains a missing
link on his maternal side of the family. His
great-great-great grandfather Elisha Dale
Leggett has been unaccounted for since the
early 1920's. To this day the mystery remains
Growing up in Taylor County with
my Mathis and Leggett relatives I was
very familiar with the tale of the heroic
grandfather who became the first sheriff of
the newly formed Atkinson County in the
state of Georgia. In the year of 1918 the town
of Pearson was a growing area and granddad
was happy to have the opportunity to move
to town.
He had spent most of his life working in
the woods tapping the turpentine from the
plentiful supply of trees in south Georgia.
The 1918 Pearson Tribune states that
Sheriff Leggett was captured out on "the
bur" and had never been about a courthouse
either as a juror, litigant, witness nor even as
a spectator. He had no conception whatever
of his duties. But, according to the local
newspaper account, Granddad was a quick
learner despite his lack of experience.
According to my daddy they moved into
the newly built courthouse in the center
of town to the top floor. The ground floor
served as the office area and the second floor
was the courtroom. Jail cells were part of the
third floor arrangement.
It was a common practice for daddy and
his siblings to deliver the home cooked meals
prepared by grandmother to the residents
of the cells on a daily basis. I recall daddy
telling amusing stories about looking out
the windows that faced the surrounding
businesses in town and feeling like he was
"king of the hill."
On occasion stray livestock would wander
into the open doors of the courthouse, and
daddy and his brother and two sisters would
be called upon to round them up and return
them to their owners.
A white goat became a favorite and was
taught to climb the courthouse stairs with
daddy riding and shouting to the top of his
lungs, "ride'em cowboy." Life was good in
the dusty little Georgia town.
All that changed in the year of 1924. The

last record we have of granddad was his
announcement for re-election as sheriff in
the primary to be held on March 19, 1924.
Shortly thereafter tragedy struck the Leggett
household and Granddad was gone...he
disappeared without a single clue as to
where or what had happened.
Over the years our family has made
attempts to locate some shred of information
to determine what could have happened.
We have made numerous trips to Pearson in
hopes that someone' will have recall of the
incident. None of the attempts have been
successful. As we stood in the courthouse
yard that bears a marker in honor of his
years of service as sheriff we were as much
in the dark going into the sixth generation
of offspring as my grandmother was on that
fateful day in 1924.
As I make the trip to Perry to visit the
grave site of other Leggetts I feel a sense of
loss that cannot be explained. Over the years
my children, and now my grandchildren,
have joined me to read the names on the
headstones depicting dates of birth and
As I scan the names I can imagine a
headstone bearing the name of Elisha Dale
Leggett. It gives me a moment of closure
to feel him resting among his relatives. The
moment is short-lived though, because
reality seeps in to remind me that even
though my imagination is strong it is not
lasting. It cannot make up for the missing
link that has plagued the Leggett family for
all these years.
God willing, I would love to be the one to
discover the truth that has remained hidden
down through the years. But even if this
is not to be, my granddad Sheriff Elisha
Dale Leggett will remain alive in the
memories passed down from his family that
continues to recognize him as a vital part of
our heritage.
Family history is important for those
who come after us. We are the keepers of
information that links them to who they are.
I've pondered on the possibility of genetics
passed down that has made several family
members go into law enforcement. Two of
those are my own children who both chose
a career in law.
Long may this desire to serve the public
remain alive. I somehow think it would
have made my grand-dad so proud to see
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Timberlake shows his potential

in otherwise muddled 'In Time'

I've mentioned it a few times before, but the timekeeper (Raymond Leon, "Inception") seeking
film "Gattaca" is one of my favorite films from the answers about Henry's missing time.
90s. The story, set in the "not-so-distant-future," Together, they decide to try and bring down the
imagined a world in which we as a society come to entire system.
rely so heavily on genetic manipulation to perfect "In Time" is Timberlake's first real opportunity
our bodies that those who were born without such to take the lead in a dramatic role and he does an
enhancements were relegated to the outskirts, in admirable job. He won't be winning any award for
most cases unable to even apply for a job above his work here, but he shows he has the skills and
a janitor. ability to keep going. Murphy was given the film's
Since then writer/director Andrew Niccol has most interesting character, and makes the most of
only directed a pair of films, "Simone" and "Lord it, but the story, after building up the timekeeper
of War," although he also wrote the screenplay for through the course of the film, fails to capitalize on
"The Truman Show" and received story credit for his potential in the end.
"The Terminal." Which really is indicative of the
Now Niccol is back behind theI story as a whole. While "In Time"
camera for the first time in six years provides an intriguing tale, it fails
with "In Time," another speculative to provide enough of a foundation
science fiction tale about time, for the structure to survive much
money and the disparity between intense questioning.
the haves and the have nots. The idea of finding an end to
Sadly, while Niccol attempts aging opens quite a few fascinating
to recapture the spark found in possibilities. Much of our
"Gattaca," the story here relies on society--from retirement and
such a unlikely premise--one which insurance to taxes and Social
it doesn't even attempt to explain-- Security--is built around the
it fails to connect emotionally given that we will, within a pretty
despite a pretty good performance prescribed timetable, die. That
from actor Justin Timberlake ("The doesn't even take into account
Social Network"). overpopulation concerns.
In the future setting of"In Time," The problem with "In Time,"
people no longer age after turning however, is that it takes so many
25. They will forever look the same, or at least leaps that it becomes almost impossible to follow
they will as long as they have enough time. You how we could, either societally or technologically,
see, everyone is born with a genetically implanted reach the point that exists in the movie. In Will's
clock which begins counting when they turn 25, opening narrative, the very first sentence of the
pre-loaded with a year's worth of time to start. If movie, he basically tells us to not even worry about
your clock hits zero, you die. it, because even he doesn't know.
You can add more time, if you earn it. In this Secondly, Niccol's populist argument equating
world, time itself has become currency. A cup of time in Will's world to money in the real world is
coffee may cost you four minutes. Your apartment s.... lda itBflC he sule 'sifiM,
rent is two days. depicting the rich working to keep the poor down.
Much of the poor, including Will Salas Overall "In Time" does raise some interesting
(Timberlake) and his mother Rachel (Olivia Wilde, points, like how the super rich, who have
"Cowboys vs. Aliens"), are literally living day to thousands of years on their clocks, have become
day, with only minutes to spare sometimes. pathologically paranoid about dangerous situations
One day, Will comes across the very rich Henry to the point they are afraid to do anything. But it's
Hamilton (Matt Bomer, "White Collar"), who interesting in a purely "thought-experiment" kind
has more than a century on his clock. When Will of way, rather the more plausible, and therefore
ends up with Henry's time, he finds himself richer more emotionally powerful, speculative fiction of
than he ever dreamed possible, with access to the "Gattaca" or last year's "Never Let Me Go."
exclusive "time zones" for those with the time to Without that, it could have all the time in the
spare. There he meets Sylvia (Amanda Seyfried, world, but in the end, "In Time" just can't catch up.
"Mamma Mia," a daughter born of wealth, who The movie is rated PG-13 for violence, some
joins him on the run when he is targeted by a sexuality and partial nudity, and strong language.


Nov. 3-20
Tallahassee Little Theatre
presents the Pulitzer Prize-
winning "Cat on a Hot Tin
Roof," featuring Broadway and
Hollywood actor Charles Siebert.
It tells the American story of
two brothers and their wives
vying for the inheritance of their
dying father, Big Daddy, amid a
whirlwind of untethered sexuality
and repressed love. Showtimes
are Nov. 11-12 and 18-19 at 8
p.m. and Nov. 13 and 20 at 2
p.m. Tickets are $21 for adults,
$17 for students and seniors.
Tickets are available online at
org or by calling 850-224-8474.
For more information, visit www.
Nov. 4-13
The Florida State University
School of Theatre continues its
2011-12 season with "Intimate
Apparel" at The Lab Theatre in
Tallahassee. It is 1905 in New
York City. Esther, a 35-year-old
spinster, sews beautiful lingerie.
Her talents and discretion are in
much demand and her clients
range from wealthy Fifth Avenue
wives to Tenderloin district
prostitutes. Remaining showtimes
are Nov. 9-12 at 8 p.m. and Nov.
13 at 2 p.m.Tickets are $20 for
adults, $18 for seniors (62+) and
$10 for students.
Nov. 4-19
The Monticello Opera House
presents "Sin, Sex & the CIA,"
from guest director Barbie
Nettles. From the authors who
brought you "Sex Please, We're
Sixty," it's another adventure of
mistaken identity. A rookie CIA
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are all confined to a mountain
cabin safe house...and that's
just the beginning. Pre-show
dinner or lunch is available by
advance reservation and catered
by Carrie Ann & Co Custom
Catering. Performances are
Friday and Saturday evenings
and one Sunday matinee on
Nov. 13. Doors open Fridays
and Saturdays at 6:30 p.m. for
dinner at 7:00. Show only doors
open 7:30 for the 8 p.m. show.
Sunday doors open at 12:30
p.m. for lunch at 1. Matinee only
doors open at 1:30 for the 2 p.m.
show. Admission is $35 for dinner
or lunch and the show: $30 for
members. Show only tickets are
$15 for non-members and $12 for
members. For more information
or to purchase tickets, visit www.
Nov. 11-12
The Young Actors Theatre
begins its 2011-12 season with
"Seussical the Musical."The
Cat in the Hat is your host and
emcee (an all-around mischief
maker) in this romp through the
Seuss classics. The performance
schedule is as follows: Nov. 11-12
and 17-19 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov.
13 and 20 at 2 and 7 p.m. A
special abbreviated performance
for younger children will be held
Nov. 19 at 10:30 a.m. Advance
tickets are $18 for adults, $16 for
students and seniors, and $14 for
children under 12. To purchase
tickets, call 850-386-6602 or visit
Nov. 28
"In the Heights," winner of four
2008 Tony Awards including
Best Musical, is a sensational

dreams and finding your true
home and the next offering from
the Tallahassee Broadway Series.
"In the Heights" is a journey into a
vibrant Manhattan community--
a place where the coffee is light
and sweet, the windows are
always open,and the breeze
carries the rhythm of three
generations of music. The touring
production will arrive at the
Tallahassee-Leon County Civic
Center at 7:30 p.m. Tickets on
sale now at the Civic Center Box
Office, all Ticketmaster Outlets,
at ticketmaster.com or by calling
800-322-3602. Ticket prices range
from $39.25 to $78.25. For more
information, visit www.tlccc.org.

Nov. 20
The Tallahassee Community
Chorus opens its 2011-12
season with a performance of
Carl Orff's "Carmina Burana"
The concert will begin at 4 p.m.
in Ruby Diamond Concert Hall
on the Florida State University
campus. General admission
tickets are $18 for adults, $12 for
seniors (62+) and $5 for students.
Season tickets are also available
for $50 for adults, $32 for seniors
and $15 for students. For more
information or to purchase tickets,
visit online at tcchorus.org.

Nov. 11
Visual artists Chris Olson and
Ricky Steele will be at the Sandy
Hall Gallery at 7 p.m. The gallery
is located at 119 S. Washington
St. in Perry.
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The Tallahassee Bach Parley opens its 2011-12 Sunday afternoon with a concert
featuring J.S. Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 as well as the Telemann "Paris"
Quartet in E minor and two vocal works by Handel. Shown above are (from I to r):
Karyl Louwenaar Lueck, Melanie Punter, Jessica Epps, Kim Jones, Eva Amsler, Valerie
Arsenault, Brian Arsenault, Minyoung Cho and Melissa Brewer

Bach Parley opens new season

with Brandenburg Concerto

The Tallahassqe Bach Parley
will begin the 2011-2012
season Sunday, Nov. 13, with
a concert featuring J.S. Bach's
Brandenburg Concerto No. 4
as well as the Telemann "Paris"
Quartet in E minor and two
vocal works by Handel.
Tallahassee Bach Parley
concerts are unique to the

piece to help the audience
to understand what to listen
for in the music, providing
background for listeners new
to Baroque music and offering
musical and historical insights
to experienced Baroque fans as
The concert will be held at
3 p.m. at St. John's Episcopal

"flutes": the traverse and the
recorder. The most obvious
difference is the way they are
played. The recorder has a
mouthpiece and the playerblows
straight through the instrument
and it is held perpendicular to
the floor, while the traverse
has a headjoint that has an air
hole which the player blows

area because the musicians Church, 211 North Monroe St., air across and the instrument
use period instruments--both in Tallahassee. is held parallel to the floor.
antique instruments from The centerpiece of this concert The Brandenburg concerto will
the 18th century and modem is a perennial favorite, Bach's feature two recorders, while
reproductions--that give the Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in the "Paris" Quartet in E minor

past. light and joyful piece is scored traverse.
With the performers using for two recorders, solo violin Tucker and Mary
the same models of instruments and strings. The violin part is Biddlecombe will sing, two
which Bach, Handel and extremely virtuosic in the first different Handel duets. The first
Telemann would have used and third movements. There is a duet, "O Worship the Lord,"
themselves, Bach Parley section of the third movement in is sacred and sung in English,
concert-goers will hear Baroque which the solo violin produces and the second, "Caro autor," is
music performed as it might a special effect by moving the secular and sung in Italian.
have sounded when composed bow back and forth between A donation of $5 is suggested
over 300 years ago, organizers two strings ahnost as quickly as for this Tallahassee Bach Parley
said. hummingbird wings. concert and free childcare is
"Parley" means discussion in At this Bach Parley concert, available.
French, so true to the spirit of listeners will be able to compare For additional information
the Bach Parley name, music the sound of two different types about the Tallahassee
director Valerie Arsenault will of wooden instruments that Bach Parley, visit www.
offer commentary before each are often generically known as tallahasseebachparley.org.

Banjo, fiddle duo to perform Saturday

The Live! At Dowling
Park Artist Series continues
Saturday, Nov. 12, with a
matinee performance from
banjo and fiddle duo Ken
Perlman and Alan Jabbour.
The concert will begin at
2 p.m. in the Rumph Dining
Room at Adventure Christian
Village in Dowling Park.
Perlman is internationally
known as a pioneer of a
banjo style known as melodic
clawhammer. Jabbour began
playing violin at age seven and
put himself through college
playing in symphony orchestras.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $7
for students (ages 13-18) and
$5 for children (ages 5-12). To
purchase tickets, call 386-658-
5343. For more information,
visit acvillage.net.

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Auction Saturday, Nov. 12 at 6:30 p.m.
1693 SW Moseley Hall Rd. (Cr360)
Madison. This week we have a hauler
from South Georgia who always brings
food plus other great items. We also
will be liquidating other great items as
household goods, yard goods, toys,
Christmas items and tools. To many
other items to list. You will not want to
miss this auction, comfy seats, air
conditioned/heated, food and lots of
fun. Watch for our Huge Annual
Christmas Auction Saturday Nov.26.
Starts earlier at 5:30 p.m.. 10% buyers
premium. MC, Visa, Discover, Debit
Cards, Checks and Cash accepted.
Au691 Ron Cox. Ab2490.
11/09 -11/11

Huge ard Sale Nov., 11 -12, 8 a.m. -
1 p.m. Off Foley Cutoff, down Mixon
Rd. to Ross Rd. Watch for signs.
Something for everyone.
Yard Sale, 803 S. Quincy Rd., Fri. and
Sat., cancel if rain. Right behind Ace.
Baby clothes, things misc.
Big Yard Sale, Friday and Saturday,
Nov.11 and 12.Tiller, household items,
lots of Christmas stuff and lots of
appliances. Keaton Beach off of Beach
Rd. Turn left on Red Oak, right on
Royal Oak, blue doublewide.

This Saturday, Nov. 12
9 am til 1 pm
132 Falling Street
Look for Signs, Hwy 98, 2."
left,just past BP Station.
Lots of items,
all priced to sell.
Yard Sale, 8 a.m.- noon, Ash St. across
from Greenbriar Nursery. Ladies plus
large/medium clothes 50 .cents,
curtains, sofa pillows, Christmas items,
wreaths, purses, necklaces, thin Dell
computer monitor, baby girl clothes 25
cents, tubs, vibrating chairs, portable
crib, car seats, reasonable prices.

Yard Sale, Saturday, Nov. 12, from 8
a.m. until. Corner of Orange and
Lafayette. Collectable Die-Cast
models, 3 portable TV's, record
albums, new American flags, house
plants, much more!! No early birds,
Yard Sales, Thursday Sunday, 8 a.m.
- until. Lots of handmade items,
welders caps, purses, baby crib sets,
hand-forged knives, collectables, coins,
plants, lots more. Taylor Storage
Yard Sale, Friday, Nov. 11, Saturday,
Nov. 12, Sunday, Nov. 13 starts at 10
a.m. Lawrence Rowell Rd., Shady
Grove off Highway 14.

Yard Sale, 1161 W. Hampton Springs
Ave. at Jewels Hair Studio. Saturday,
Nov. 12, 8 a.m. 11 a.m. Clothes,
shoes, jewelry, hair ect.

2 Family Yard Sale, Saturday, Nov. 12.
Furniture, household items, baby
clothes, adult clothes and more.
Woods Creek Rd. to Millinor Rd. to
McClellan follow signs.
Yard Sale, Saturday 8 a.m. until. Lots
of in-style brand named teenage boys
clothes in good/excellant condition,
books, beautiful tins, school supplies,
floral, large women clothes, craft
supplies, Christmas decorations,
numerous unused collectible Boyd's
Bears, much more. 315 West Main
Street. No early birds.
Moving Sale, part 2 Saturday, Nov. 12
from 8:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. 370 Will
Clark Road, one block before Graves
Moving Sale, Everything must go,
come walk through the house. King
size bedroom set white with mattress,
double bed, gas stove, glass and
wicker DR set, china hutch, black
leather couch, 55' Toshiba TV, large
black entertainment center, coffee and
end talbes, lamps, slate pool table, lots
of designer clothes (all small sizes 4-8
). 2.1 miles past Joe P Burns on
Johnson Stripling Rd right at private
drive look for signs. Saturday, Nov. 12,
8 a.m. until. No Early Birds!
Multi-family yard sale, Saturday 7 a.m.
- 12:00 p.m. on Bradshaw Blvd. (4
miles down Puckett Rd. first paved road
to the left past Fenholloway River
bridge, 4th dirt road to the left, look for
signs). Single door aluminum dog box
- $75; dryer $40; TV, all different size
clothes, lots of miscellaneous.
Yard Sale, Friday & Saturday, Nov. 11 &
12, 9 a.m. until ? 3498 Hwy. 19 South
(Taylor Storage Center across from
Taylor Tech.) Leather jacket, winter
sweater, Christmas decorations, Futon
bed, LCD monitor, Xbox & Play Station
2 games, antique wringer washing
machine, magnetic bracelets,
collectible knives & swords, DVDs, new
lighthouse lamp, home security
system, Kitchen Aid mixer, digital
camera, scooter, computer desks,
recliner,. apartment size
refigerator/microwave combo, new &
used tools, microwave, bread machine,
vacuum cleaner, small appliances,
bakers rack, bikes & adult tricylces,
toys, fashion jewelry, scrubs, new
wedding dress size 24, baby clothes,
jeans, sheets, knickknacks, low prices
on everything.

Yard Sale Saturday from 8-2 at 2672
Morgan Whiddon Rd. Furniture,
clothes, baby items and lots of misc

Yard Sale, teen and toddler clothing,
toys, kitchen items, linens and much
more. 530 E. Ash St., 8- 11 a.m.

Metal and Junk
Cash for junk cars and trucks. 7 days a
week. Call 386-658-1030 or 904-887-
Beauty Salon Equipment, 2 mirrors, 2
work stations, 3 sinks, 1 hydraulic
chair, and 1 professional hair dryer
chair. Call 584-7912. $300 OBO
11/90 011/18
Blooming now! Deep pink blooms on
dark green foliage. Shishi Ashiri
camellias. Thick, dependable, year-
round foundation plants; many late fall
flowers to brighten short days. Great
gift! $5, $15. Abe Whitfield Turkey
Roost Nursery Courtney Grade 584-
11/11 11/23
Clown Supplies, 2 outfits, 3 wigs, misc.
11/11 11-16


McDonald's kitties caregivers/all
animal lovers. Looking for good homes
for McDonald's kitties, perfer indoors.
Currently there are 3 cats that have
been spay/neutered, micro chipped
and a one year rabies shot. Two of the
three are able to be hand held and
pampered, the third one may need to
be an outdoor kitty. In addition, we are
trying to rescue the rest of McDonald
kitties to have them spay/neutered,
micro chipped and rabies shots and will
be looking for good homes, possibly
barns or stables for all of them. In order
to fulfill this rescue we are also looking
for monetary donations to help cover
the expenses. If you can help with
monetary donations please make
checks payable to It's Meow or Never, a
non-profit organization in Tallahassee
that has been helping fund this
mission. (You will receive a tax
donation receipt for your help!) If you
can help by providing homes,
donations or any other way please call
Gail Hartman, 584-8678.
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For Sale or Rent, 1999 Jacobson 3
bedroom 2 bath doublewide 28X52.
Set up on 1 acre, possible owner
financing. $62,500 or $650 per month.
Call Mon. Fri. 850-584-7094.
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A 4 Bedroom 2 Bath 2004 Bank Repo.
Only 15,900 Cash Or Owner Will
Finance Call 352-262-4531 or 352-
TMH tfn
A 2012, 3 bedroom 2 bath Bank Repo
Need To Sell. Only $36,900 Owner has
Financing. Call 352-262-4531 352-
TMH tfn
New 28x44 3 bedroom 2 bath $36,900.
Call 352-303-8771
TMH tfn
Fixer Upper 2004 28x60 Fleetwood 3

bedroom 2 bath, low down payment.
Community Chickens, Free. Call Tish..:rCll 352-303-877-' ~ :I .- i
223-1174 TMH tfn

2 Chihuahua puppies, 1 male and 1
female. Eight weeks old, house raised,
very cute, AKC registere,hav had first
shots. $250 each. Call 584-8618.

Fishing for More

Why pay rent when you can own this
32x60, 3 bedroom 2 bath, with family
room and corner fireplace only $359
per month, with, approved credit. Call
352-490-7422 or 877-373-2941 or 877-
11/09 11/11
Great Starter Home 28X44 3 bedroom
2 bath includes delivery ,set-up, code
steps, AC/ Heat, skirting. Only $285
per month W.A.C. Call 352-490-7422
for more information.
11/09 11/11
Home Only or Land/Home packages.
Stop paying rent and making your
landlord rich! Call C&G of Chiefland
and become a home owner at last! Call
352-490-7422 or 877-372-4941
Don't pay to much for your hotne until
you call C&G of Chiefland at 352-490-
7422. Lowest Prices, Highest Quality.
11/09 11/11
Save thousands on this months
special, 2009 Homes of Merit, 4
bedroom 21/2 bath with fireplace, free
set-up and delivery. Only $397 per
month W.A.C. Call 352-490-7422
11/09 11/11

One bedroom furnished apartment. All
utilities included (electric, water, sewer,
garbage and cable). No smoking. No
pets. $160 a week or $600 month.
$100 deposit. Call 850-926-3613 or
This beautifully remodeled spacious
one level Spanish style 3 BD/3 bath
house has a unique, open floor plan
with lots of glass, a formal living/dining
room, den with fireplace, TV room,
screened patio and 2 car garage.
$1,200 per month. Call 850-545-6642
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.
LS. tfn

Taking applications for 1 BR/lbath
home located in Everetts Mobile Home
Park, water, sewer and garbage
included in rent. Rent $375, deposit
$300 references required apply in
person Perry Repo Outlet. Ms. Betty

Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments for rent $600 to $800.
Included with rent is full cable t.v.,
Internet, hot tub, one block, one block
to river and new boat landing. Call 352-
498-7740 if no answer 813-677-9640.
House for rent. 3 bedroom, 2 bath. 1
family room, 1 living room, in country.
$700 per month plus deposit. RV spot
for rent, $350 per month, includes
water, garbage, electricity, and cable.
Call 850-584-8885.
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.

3 bedroom, 1 bath Stucco house in
Shady Grove. Good neighborhood,
good water. Call 850-838-9514.
WR, tfn
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.

Small 3 bedroom, 1 bath home with Church St., Perry, FL 32348 TDD 711.
nice front porch on 1 acre of land on "This institution is an equal opportunity
deadend road off Hwy. 98. Just inside provider, and employer."
city limits. $550 per month, first, last WA, tfn
and deposit. Call 727-433-4514.
i1/09-111. I -....--...--p.Apartment for rental bed eomni' bate
JP everything included, water garbage,
electricity, cable with HBO. Everything
RV spot.30.or 50 AMP on private.land furnished. $265 weekly, $950 monthly.
in nice neighborhood. Includes electric, 317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy. Skylark
water, sewer and cable. North side of Motel. 850-672-0973.
Perry, just outside city limits. $300 per LS, tfn

month. Call 850-843-0883.
Taking applications for a 2 BR/1 bath, 2
BR/ 2 bath, 3 BR/ 2 bath located in
Everetts Mobile Home Park. Water,
sewer and garbage included in rent.
$475 a month and a $300 deposit.
Must have references. Apply in person
to Ms. Betty. 584-7094.

3 bedroom, 2 bath trailer, and 3
bedroom, 1 bath house. Absolutely no
kids, no pets. Free water. $500 per
month, 850-584-8786.
11/04 -11/16
For Rent, 2 bedroom, 2 bath,
singlewide on three acres. Water,
sewer and lawn care included. Very
clean $500 monthly $500 security
deposit. 386-776-2405
11/09 11/18


Saturday, Nov. 12

3930 Oak Lane Drive,
off Hwy. 19 South past
Kingtree Video

8 am until...

A little bit of everything,

Lots of baby( kid's clothes




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The deadlines for classified ads
are Monday by 5 p.m for the
Taco Times and Wednesday by 5
p.m. for the Perry News-Herald.

Small deals!
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Dries in 3-4 Hours Tile Floors Pet Odors

584-CLEAN (584-2532) !J

-Under New Management --
2 3 BR apartments available.
Special Move-In Package with -0- Rent for qualified applicants
Water/Gas furnished. On-site Laundry.
Close 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


Dispatch Assistant Full Time Position
justin Davis Enterprises is currently seeking a highly motivated
self starter to work in an Administrative Assistant position. We
are looking for a professional and experienced individual with
strong communication skills and advanced MS Office skills.
* Manage incoming and outgoing calls and typing correspondence.
* Resolve customer issues, complaints and answer questions.
* Assist drivers with delivery issues.
* Monitor progress of deliveries.
* Customer billing and data entry tasks.
* High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
* Candidate must be results oriented and quality driven.
* Candidate should have leadership skills and strong organizational
Must be able to multi-task and work in a fast paced environment.
Customer service experience involving resolving issues and
responding to customer requests and questions.
Must be able to work a flexible schedule.
Must be 21 years of age.
Must have dependable transportation.

Please e-mail your resume to: tammy@jdehaul.com
or fax to: (850) 973-4673
Justin Davis Enterprises is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All candidates are subject
to pre-employment criminal background, drug and alcohol screenings.







B-5 Perry News-Herald November 11, 2011

Roommate to share a nice log cabin
off Beach Rd. Central air and heat,
cable, wireless, nice fireplace,
furnished. Weekly $135.00. Call 850-

2 bedroom, 2 bath single-wide trailer,
no pets (inside or outside). .Call 584-

1674 square foot 2006 In Fleet
Modular Office Building...Beautiful
condition. All electric....2 bathroom .
AC/Heat/Plumbing in excellent
quality.......$27,500 or best offer. Must
be moved from present location in
Perry...Building has hurricane code
certification....Call 573-701-9590 and
ask for Fred. 11/04-11/16FD

For Sale or Lease Purchase: New
House in Ocean Pond Subdivision
only a few miles from Keaton Beach,
Fl. 1568 sqft of living area three
bedroom, two bath new house with all
new appliances, carpet and hardwood
flooring. Open kitchen living room area
sitting on 2 acres of land ready to
move in. Reduced to $134,900 MAKE
OFFER. Call 850-672-0536.

1995 Fleetwood single wide mobile
home 14x70, 3 bedroom 2 bath
excellent condition. Leave message at
11/04 11/16

Must See
For Sale By Owner: 4 bedroom, 2
baths, new appliances, real oak floors.
203 Cypress Road. Asking 78,500
OBO. Call 843-1301.

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1995 Chevy 4x4 $2000
2001 Hyundai $3494.
2004 Sebring $4900
1994 Blazer $1900.
2bo4 Kidre S1 $3900.
1993 Ranger $1699.
Trade ins Welcome.

RA, fin

2005 Buick LeSabre Limited. 84,300
easy miles, good tires. One owner,
non-smoker, very nice. $7,900. Call
11/04 -11/11

For Sale, 1997 Oldsmobile, white four
door. Call 584-4434.
11/09 11/11

For Sale, 1979 Ford F-150, 300
straight 6 4X4. $1300, Derrick 850-
11/09- 11/11

Director of Allied Health Programs
(RN) wanted at North Florida
Community College. See
www.nfcc.edu for details.
11/09 11/25

Taylor County Board of County
Grants Administrative Secretary (Part
Time) -$11.88 per hour. Applications
and job description can be obtained
from www.taylorcountygov.com;
Square (Save A Lot and Goodwill
parking lot) on Tuesdays,
Wednesday, or Thursdays 9 a.m. 4
p.m;; or workforce. Positions are open
until filled. Taylor County Board of
County Commissioners is an EOE,
VPM, DT, background check.

Registered Pharmacy Technician.
Must be registered as a pharmacy
technician with the Florida Board of
Pharmacy or be enrolled in a
pharmacy technician training program
approved by the Board of Pharmacy.
Drug test and background check will
be required. Apply in person at
O'Quinn Pharmacy. No phone calls.

Immediate opening for a full time
Maintenance Supervisor at an
apartment community in Perry,,
Florida. Need motivated individual
with previous experience in general
maintenance-plumbing, sheet rock,
electrical and carpentry. Must have
valid drivers license. Competitive
salary and benefits package offered.
EOE and Drug Free Workplace. Send
resumes to: humanresources@royal-
american.com or fax to (850) 914-

Needed GM certified technician. Must
have training records available. We
offer top-pay, guaranteed hours,
health,, dental and vision plans and
paid vacation. Apply to Wayne Husted
service manager at Ron Shirley Buick-
GMC, 4700 W. 6th, Stillwater, OK,
phone (405) 372-1230

House Cleaning Service
References Available
11/14- 11/25

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-

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-


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Jefferson St 584- 2757
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates.
We also grind stumps. Call today 838-
1280. Firewood for sale.
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Estate Sale Prep Services, Remove
the emotional attachment to your
loved ones things. We do the work:
tables, pricing, set up.,You do the sale:
11/09 -11/30

Classifieds Work...
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CASE NO. 62-2010-CA-000354
unknown parties
claiming by, through, under or
against the above
named Defendant(s), who (Is/are)
not known to be
dead or alive, whether said unknown
parties claim as
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees,
creditors, trustees, spouses, or other
Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant
to the Final Judgement of
Foreclosure dated November 2,
2001, In this cause, I will sell the
property situated In TAYLOR County,
Florida, described
C1610240PA, Title #83907087 AND
VIN#C1610240PB, TITLE #83907173,
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash, at Taylor
County Courthouse, 108 N. Jefferson
Street, Perry, Taylor County, Florida
32347, at 11:00 a.m,, December 8,
2011 In accordance with Chapter
45, Florida Statues.
Any person claiming arn Interest In
the surplus from the sale. If any, other
than the property owner as of the
date of the lts pendens must file a
claim within 60 days after the sale.
Dated at Perry, Florida, this 3 day of
November 2011.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lee
Depty Clerk
AT P.O. BOX 620, PERRY, FL 32348,
TELEPHONE (850) 838-3506 WITHIN

For Sale. 1989 17' 4 Sunbird boat VIN
S13273374B989 with a 1979 Johnson
140 H.P. outboard motor 140983R
and a Mdgic Loader trailer. Being
U(COld by Tim and Shari Powell. On
account of Kristy Bullington. This sale
will be held at 9 a.m. on Wed.,
November 30, at the River Haven
Marina located at 1110 Riverside
Drive, Stelnhatchee, FL.. If the boat
does not sale Tim and Shari will be
taking title to the boat on December
11/09, 11/11

Post Office Box 108
Mayo, Florida 32060
Florida corporation,
17680 81st Road
McAlpIn, Florida 32062;
Post Office Box 72
McAlpn, Florida 32062
and unknown tenants; and other
unknown parties In possession,
Including the unknown spouse of
any person In possession of the
property, and If a named Defendant
Is deceased, the surviving spouse,
heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors,
and all other parties clalmng by,
through, under or against that
Defendant, and all claimants,
persons or parties, natural, or
corporate, or whose exact legal
status Is unknown, clalmng under
any of the named or described
pursuant to the Final Summary
Judgment of Foreclosure entered on
November 9, 2011 in the above
styled action I, Annie Mae Murphy,
Clerk of the Court, will sell at public
sale the following described real
Commence at the Southwest corner

of the Southwest 1/4 of Southeast
1/4 of Section 16, Township 8 South,
Range 10 East In Taylor County,
Florida, and run North 00 degrees 33
minutes 21 seconds West, 59.66 feet;
thence run North 89 degrees 51
minutes 24 seconds East, 356.20 feet
to the Westerly Right of Way line of
U.S. Highway #19 and the Point of
Beginning; thence from said Point of
Beginning run North 26 degrees 13
minutes 00 seconds West along said
Right of Way Line, 391.26 feet;
thence run South 88 degrees 35
minutes 34 seconds West, 799.38
feet; thence run South 45 degrees 25
minutes 58 seconds East, 474.48 feet;
thence run North 89 degrees 51


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minutes 24 seconds East, 633.95 feet
to the Point of Beginning.
The sale will be held on December 1,
2011, at 11:00 a.m. (or as soon
thereafter as possible, provided that
said sale must be commenced prior
to 2:00 p.m.) to the highest and best
bidder for cash, at the front steps of
the courthouse In Taylor County, In
Perry, Florida, in accordance with
Section 45,031, Florida Statutes,
Any person claiming an interest In
the surplus from the sale, If any, other
than the owner of the above
described property as of the date of
the ls pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
If you are a person with a disability

who needs any accommodation In
order to participate In this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provisions of
certain assistance. Please contact
Sondra Williams, court administrator,
Post Office Box 1569, Lake City,
Florida 32056, telephone:(386)758-
2163, within 2 working days of your
receipt of this notice; If you are
hearing of voice impaired, call 711.
Dated: November 9, 2011.
Annie Mae Murphy
- As Clerk of the Court
By: Marti Lee
As Deputy Clerk

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