i,' eree & 'il.? H eral
Do you have great legs,
or great flip flops?
Keaton Beach will stage its second
annual Scallop Swing at Hodges Park on
Saturday, beginning at 4 p.m. with music
by local disc jockey, George Schwender,
as well as a Scallop and Fish Cook-off.
Three members of the Taylor Coastal
Communities Association, which is
sponsoring the event, will serve as
judges for the cook-off which can
showcase your culinary expertise with
the.scallop harvest or your favorite fish of
the: sea. There is a $5 entry fee for the
cook-off, but cash prizes will be
awarded. Following judging, admirers
may buy a taste for $1.
:. The Scallop Swing will also feature a
dunking booth with local celebrities as
targets. All county commissioners and
staff have been invited to participate; a
$20 donation is requested for the
privilege of dunking.
:A Men's Best Legs Contest will begin
at 5 p.m. with only a $2 entry fee. (Half
of:these fees will be awarded to the
winner.) The judges for this competition
are said to be "experts on great men's
legs." The winner becomes Scallop King
arntkmay pick his own Scallop Queen.
f-,you're worried about your !egs but
kftw you have the best pair of 'lip flops
ardpind, the Best Flip Flop Contest
begins at 5:30 with awards for the
"prettiest" and the "gaudiest," A $2 entry
feei requested, but the winner takes all.
An auction begins at 6 p.m. and good
food will abound throughout the evening
as the Hot Dog Stand serves burgers,
hot dogs, wings and drinks. The swing
continues with dancing on the beach
until 10 p.m.
The driver sought in a "hit and
run" crash that occurred last
week on Beach Road has been
Matthew Jason Powers, 26, was
charged Friday, June 29, with
leaving the scene (of a crash) with
Eyewitnesses to the accident
were able to provide law
enforcement with the tag number*
to the vehicle which hit 30-year-
old Antonio Novoa-Alvarez of
"We recovered the truck the
same day the crash. happened
(Sunday, June 24). The following
Tuesday, the Taylor County
Sheriffs Office located the suspect
during a routine traffic stop,"
Florida Highway Patrol (FHP)
Trooper Brian Lundy said.
-Powers was initially
interviewed by the TCSO
regarding his involvement in an
"During a subsequent*interview,
he told me he was driving
the .truck which hit Alvarez, and
it went from there," Lundy said.
The victim sustained a fractured
leg and knee cap.
Alvarez was traveling south on
Beach Road around 4:20 p.m.,
June 24, with another vehicle
The hit and run occurred when
"Mr. Alvarez stopped on County
Road 361 (Beach Road) and the
Nissan stopped behind him. Mr.
Alvarez exited his vehicle and
approached the truck to confront
the occupants about an earlier
incident. The driver of the truck
attempted to drive around
Alvarez's stopped vehicle and
Powers was also charged with
grand theft in relation to the prior
Swamp Stomp p. B-2
Council braces for budget 'challenges'
Storm clouds gathering for city?
The sky is not falling where the
city's finances are concerned, but
storm clouds are gathering on the
That was the prediction by City
Manager Bob Brown as he alerted
city council members to challenges'
they may be facing during
upcoming preparations for the
"Looking at our budget in
context' with the property tax
reform enacted by the Legislature,
we are going to be required to
adopt the rollback rate on ad
valorem taxes--plus add a three
percent cut. So when we start
preparing our budget, we'll be
starting approximately $350,000 in .
the hole," Brown said.
"Of that, about $50,000 is
mandated and the other $300,000
is inflation," he explained.
"Since the city has been fiscally
conservative these past several
years in its taxing, we were in one
of the lowest categories for the
rollbacks. The governing body
(city council) can override the cut
by a super majority vote and keep
the millage as it is. However, I
don't foresee that happening," he
"Last year, the council chose not
to adopt the rollback rate, but keep
the millage the same, which
brought in about $90,000 more in
property tax revenue. A rollback
rate is the rate you adopt to get the
exact amount of tax dollars you
Saluting the red, white & blue
True-blue American Ernest Houck was among the hundreds
who gathered for 'good food, good music and good fellowvvship"'
at the annual "God Bless America" celebration hosted by
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Wednesday, July 4.
received the year before. For
example, if you brought in. $1
million last year, then you would
adopt a (tax) rate that would bring
in $1 million this year."
Under the new plan, many city
residents "should see a slight
decrease in their property taxes,"
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A Tennessee motorcyclist
escaped serious injury during a
two-vehicle crash Tuesday
afternoon on U.S. 19 at Fish Creek
Road near Salem.
Leonard D. Miles, 51, was
southbound on U.S. 19 in the
outside lane when he crossed into
the inside lane directly into the
path of a two-door Honda car
driven by John F. O'Halloran, 18,
of Port Richey.
Although O'Halloran applied his
brakes, he was unable to avoid'"-
hitting Miles, striking. the rear of
his 2006 Honda motorcycle,
according to Florida Highway
Patrol (FHP) Trooper Brian
The motorcycle fell onto its
right side and skidded to a final -4
rest in the-center median of the
highway. Miles was wearing a
helmet at the time of the crash. He
was cited for improper change of
For Steinhatchee residents
Public access top priority
Public access, parks and
historical sites were chief topics of
discussion during a two-hour
meeting held last week in
Steiohatchee to kick-off the
community's designation as a
Florida Waterfronts Community.
More than 50 residents met with
county staff at the Steinhatchee
Community Center to discuss their
priorities and how they want to see
their community grow.
The county is continuing its efforts to secure a public boat ramp in Steinhatchee.
"It was a great meeting," said
Taylor County Grant Coordinator
Melody Cox, who spearheaded the
effort seeking the state
designation. "Everyone wants to
see things happen."
Perhaps the biggest concern was
public access to the river.
The county is continuing to
work on an 11-acre site that the
Steinhatchee Boat Ramp
committee decided upon last -year.
According to Cox, the county
has received a $47,000 grant for
feasibility studies and permitting.
The Taylor County Commission
held two public hearings during its
July 17 meeting in Steinhatchee on
two grant applications for two
additional small watercraft ramps
for canoes and kayaks.
Cox said she is seeking a grant
through the Office of Greenways
and Trails for a project located at
the old Palm Grove ,Marina site.
She also pursuing a Florida
Communities Trust Grant for a site
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Schools see FTE increase in '06-07
The Taylor County School
District saw an increase in its full
time equivalent (FTE) student
numbers for the first time since
The county has seen annual
decreases in its FTE count, which
is used by the State of Florida to
determine local education funding.
According to District Finance
Director Bill Hunter, the county
saw an increase of 55 FTE students
TwoM %iin, I I Slth lear, xo. 27
it it it. 111 'l' ll- lili' l'r .1 iilll
in the 2006-07 school year.
FTE numbers are counted one
year in advance in October and
February, and again in June and
July, Superintendent of Schools
Oscar M. Howard Jr. said.
The state is projecting another
decrease for the 2007-08 year to
2,998.64 FTE students. Those
numbers are based on the 2005-06
school year. The county will
receive funding based on $7,089
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per FTE student. Hunter said he
expects next year's actual counts to
be higher due to this year's
If the county exceeds the
projected total during the
upcoming school year's counts, the
state can give the district
additional money, Howard said.
The current projections will
result in some $21.2 million is
funding through the Florida
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Education Finance Program,
Approximately one-third of that
is from local property taxes.
The county will receive some
$120,000 from lottery funds, but
Hunter said he believes the county
will receive additional "school
recognition" money because the
district received a "B" grade from
the Florida Department of
Education last week.
Don Curtis Jr.
Don Curtis Jr., president of
the Forestry Company in Perry,
is one of three new members
appointed to the Suwannee
River Water Management
District (SRWMD) governing
board by Gov. Charlie Crist.
Their terms will expire on
March 1, 2011.
Curtis will represent the
Coastal Rivers Basin, replacing
Don Everett Jr., also of Perry.
Prior to working at The
Forestry Company, Curtis
served as assistant director for
the Florida Division of Forestry
in the Florida Department of
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July 6-7, 2007
A-2 Perry News-Herald July 6-7,200O
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"Editor's Note: Summer is a perfect time to get out and go...and Perry
newspapers Inc., encourages you to explore the treasures found in our own
backyard This week's recommendation is the ever scenic Keaton Beach, located in
/3)e heart of Taylor County's Nature Coast .
Keaton Beach was originally owned by Captain Brown in the 1800s.
He had a successful business in the turpentine and sawmill business. The
community consisted of two houses, a sawmill, church, commissary,
workers' homes and what became known as "The Old Pavilion:"
"The Old Pavilion" was constructed in the early 1900s. It had a small
fish house with docks connecting to the pavilion, which was used for a
meeting place for family and friends. During the: day it was used to repair
trpullet nets and at night for entertainment such as country bands
'playing for 'square dances.
The photos below show the ever-changing face of Keaton Beach,
captured here in 1969.
(Right) Circa 1910, this photo shows a turpentine storage yard of a
still located at Thelma on Blue Creek, east of Keaton Beach. (Photos
courtesy Florida State Archives)
June 22, 1972
iance at the past \
"/ I' I I" I*' *'* i
Hurricane Agnes; which took a
huge prolietty toll'"damage in the'
Florida panhandle, left Taylor
County relatively., unscathed. The
.."I' "I 6 U
beaches suffered unusually high
tides, and an accompanying
[ photograph showed Johnny
.Knight's Seafood Restaurant
which was isolated by flooding
The proprietor said the water
was the highest he had seen in his
24 years at the beach.
County Commissioner Bert Fife
toured the area and reported that
water was in eight houses at Dekle
Beach, and "five or six" at
Bert Fife announced that he
would run for re-election to the
county commission, while John
Lundy declared plans to seek re-
election to the school board.
Although Taylor County escaped
the wrath of Hurricane Agnes,
this week's front page told of the
death of Arthur L. McCall in a
rollover accident on Puckett
Also on front page: a Jupiter
couple's car was ransacked while'
they were guests at the
Bambi Motel. Some $325 was
taken. Also, more than 50 acres of
timber was burned and attributed
WEDDING BELLS RING...
Nancy Parker and Gerald
Lemond were married in
Jacksonville on June 10.
Charlene Nora Bunting and
Wayne Dickson Paulk had plans
for a June 24 ceremony, with Jill
Elaine Barger and Eddie Wayne
Brown announcing their
engagement and a forthcoming
THEME FOR 1972
"Florida's Fun-Filled Forests"
was chosen as the theme for the
year's annual tribute to forests and
James Earl Logan was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Logan at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital. He
weighed 6 pounds, 6.5 ounces.
Jeffrey Wade Cruce was
welcomed into the family of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Cruce; he
weighed 10 pounds, 6 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Connell
announced the arrival of their
daughter, Rachel Christine, who
weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces.
A 7-pound, 13-ounce baby was
born to Mr. and Mrs. John Robert
Hance who named the new arrival,
Mr. and Mrs. Jayson Holley
welcomed Jodie Diana to the
world. She weighed 8 pounds,
Miss Georgia Puckett was
making plans to travel to Rollins
College in Orlando, to represent
Taylor County as Miss Florida
Forest Festival in the Miss Florida
Perry's Walt Lamb Jr. came from
behind to win the third annual Mott
Buick Open golf tournament at
Live Oak. Lamb's 69 and 68 gave
him a 137 two-day total and broke
the record set .by Dave Lester in
STEER ON IN....
The Steer Inn Restaurant
announced that it was under the
new management of Iris and James
Wells Jr., serving breakfast, lunch
A green background provided
the format for A&P's best prices:
ice milk at 54 cents for a half-
gallon; a carton of six, 10-oz. Coca
Colas for 39 cents plus deposit;
Palmolive liquid dishwashing
detergent for 71 cents; paper
towels for 28 cents a roll; and Tide
detergent for $1.14.
Whole fryers were 28 cents a
pound and round steak was 99
cents a pound.
SEEN IN SHORTS!
Mrs. Bobbie O'Quinn was
pictured at the Farmers Market, in
her summer shorts, buying fresh
vegetables from Mike Towles.
BY 1st PRESBYTERIAN
Retiring Sunday School
Superintendent Jake Bassett was
honored with a reception by his
church and presented with a Bible
for his service.
Somebody just back of
you while you are ,
fishing is as bad as
someone looking .
over'your shoulder -"
while you write a letter
to your girl.
The fishing was good;:,
it was the catchingi.:i
that was bad. :.
If people concentrated :
on the really important:
things in life, there'd
be a shortage of
fishing poles. :
Three-fourths of the
Earth's surface is water,.
and one-fourth is land. '
It is quite clear that the;
good Lord intended us to
spend triple the amount-
of time fishing as taking
care of the lawn.
--Chuck Cl 44
My biggest worry is thti.t
my wife (when I'm dea
will sell my fishing geift
for what I said I paid .fi
July 6-7, 2007
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,:,The Taylor County Sheriff's Office urges boaters to take simple precautions when planning
i:0t.ings on the Gulf and local rivers.
City residents can expect a
decrease in property taxes
:i_&tinued from page 1
E wn said.
tZ_*iteeper budget cuts may be
.iifrming during 2008-09 in the
Fwake of a super-exemption
amendment expected to be adopted
statewidee during the January 2008
"S-5t will be ,on the ballot in
p-lary and everyone seems to
.4&1: it will pass. Under that
rj s ario, the city faces losing up to
im,? percent of its property tax
: senues," Brown said.
thiver Bn cope
ipir the River Bend complex,
Sich may have historical
ST ,-.he county has recently received
Stwo trailways grants, part of the
Taylor Coastal Loop.
The first is for the fourth section
Lof-the loop, which will run from
_.Tid.e City Road (south of Hagen's
,.&ave) to Dallus Creek.
M^tox- said they skipped 'ahead to
Njnhatchee and were approved
- what they' are calling "'Old
- nhatchee Trail,"
Continued from page 1
Agriculture and Consumer
Services from 1988-96. He
attended' the University of
Tennessee and received his
Bachelor of Science in Forest
Services : degree from the
University of Georgia. His
memberships include the Florida
Forestry Association Board of
Directors and the Society of
Celebrating 33 years!
Kids, Teens & Adults
Tuesday & Thursdays
Executive Karate 12:05-1:00 pm
-. Beginner Karate (8-12 yr. old)
Intermediate Karate 5:45-6:45 pm
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Under the proposed 'change,
homeowners will have a choice of
taking a new "super exemption" of
75 percent of their homestead
value up to $200,000 or they may
elect to remain under the "save our
homes" protection program which.
prevents a property's evaluation
from going up more than three
percent a year.
Also under the super exemption,
a homeowner could receive
an additional 15 percent
(exemption) on the value of their
home in the $200,001 to $500,000
"In the city, we will be looking
for the vast majority of homesteads
to take the 75 percent exemption.
Currently, we receive about $1
million in ad valorem tax--so we
would possibly lose up to half of
that or more," Brown said.
"As we see how this develops, I
will be coming to the council with
a list of potential cuts and
additional revenues. It's going to
take a lot of work. If the super
exemption passes the rules of the
game are going to be different. We
will have to look at what we do and
how we do it."
With boating season reaching its
peak during the summer months,
the Taylor County Sheriffs
Office urges residents to take
simple precautionary measures to
ensure a safe and successful
"First and foremost, let a non-
participating family member or
friend know the general area where
you're going out from and an
estimated time you'll be back on
shore," Capt. Audie Towles
"It's also important for someone
to be able to give authorities a
good description of your vessel
(boat) and the number of people
you plan to have on board.
"If you get out on the water and
realize you are in trouble, drop a
anchor and stay there. Try not to
get swept out to sea."
Another pitfall to avoid is
relying on a cell phone as a means
I "A cell phone does not always
work out on the open water. We
encourage everyone to have a UHF
radio on board, whether it's
mounted or a handheld. Also,
make sure that all your safety gear
is in good working order.
"Check your flares and, in the
event of trouble, use them
sparingly. Don't shoot a flare
unless you see a low flying plane
or a boat nearby. Their visibility
only reaches a certain range."
Additional precautions include
having an alternative, waterproof
light source aboard.
"Even if you don't plan to be out
after dark, you never know what
can happen. Also, take an extra
change of clothes, because
ints tied to 'Coastal L
"There was such a need," she
That trail will connect the
proposed boat ramp site, Stephen
Springs, Highland Springs, the
Steinhatchee Community Center
and Riverside Park.
Passive parks could be located at
the different sites, which would
include areas for picnicking and
The county will next apply for
the skipped section of the loop,
which would travel from Dallus
Creek to Steinhatchee.
Residents want to emphasize
Steinhatchee's history, Cox said.
Archaeologist Ross Morrell,
\h ho is ; working with the county on
the Hampton Springs site, was in
Steinhatchee this week searching
for the location of Fort Frank
Brook, a Seminole War-era fort
thought to have been built in the
They will also be investigating
the community's ties to the
I "Quite a few people had a lot of
information," Cox said.
She said that last week's meeting
was "very productive.
"The number, of people willing
to volunteer was amazing. It was
officerss elected July 10
He joins N. David Flagg, of
Gainesville, who will represent the
Santa Fe and WaccasAissa basins,
and George M. .Cole, of
Monticello, who will represent the
Aucilla River Basin, as new
members of the governing board.
The board will elect officers at
its regular monthly meeting July
10, at 9 a.m. in live Oak.
"I am \ery committed to making
this program work."
The next community meeting
will be held later this month or in
Cox said she was working with
representatives from the Florida
Waterfronts program to come and
talk with local residents at the
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temperatures can drop fast and it's
worse if you get wet."
Perhaps one of the best things
boaters can do is "pay close
attention to the weather. If you see
it is getting rough, come on
in--don't take any chances,"
"We want everyone to enjoy
boating and have a good time, but
we know how quickly tragedies
can occur. We want everyone to be
safe," Sheriff L.E. "Bummy"
When overdue boaters are
reported to the TCSO, the
department works in conjunction
with the Florida Fish & Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
to coordinate rescues.
"We are equipped to deal with
in-shore searches; the FWC and
the U.S. Coast Guard handle off-
As for scallopers, the TCSO
reminds divers to use their "diver
down" flags and for boat
captains to be mindful of other
boats when operating their
Flag changing service
A flag-changing ceremony will be held at Veterans Memorial Park Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m.
A flag in honor of the late Dr. Edward 1. Bennett will be raised.
Bird Island Reunion is Saturday
The annual Bird Island Reunion will be held Saturday, July 7. Lunch will be served
at 12 noon. All friends are welcome. Bring a covered dish to share and tea.
Board to draft long range plan
The Taylor County Soil & Water Conservation District Board will hold a workshop
Monday, July 9, from 6-8 p.m., at Hampton Inn.
The purpose of the meeting will be to create a long-range plan for the district. For
more information, please call 584-4329 or visit on-line at
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Watermelon Festival lures
Red Hats to fashion show
Pictured, from left, are: David C. Miller, president of Hawks Bay, LLC; Lisa Wolter,
executive director for the Susan G. Komen Foundation in Orange County, Calif.; Jeff Miller,
Corp Counsel of Hawks Bay, LLC; Erica Miller, National Charity League, daughter of Jeff; and
Keith Jones, vice president of Hawks Bay, LLC.
Jones, partner contribute $50,000
to Susan G. Komen Foundation
Keith Jones, a native of Perry who currently resides
in Huntington Beach, Calif., along with his business
partner, David Miller, recently made a donation of
$50,000 to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure
Foundation through Hawks Bay, LLC, the parent
company of "Jingle Jugs," for which Jones is vice
president and co-owner.
The mission of Susan G. Komen for the Cure is to
eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease by
-advancing research, education, screening and
"treatment. Affiliates of the Komen Foundation
represent one of the nation's largest private funding
sources for breast health and breast cancer education,
-screening and treatment support programs.
Mason Christopher Paul
- Markus and Christina Paul of
Perry announce the birth of their
sot, Mason Christopher, on May
3, 2007, at 12:43 a.m. in Capital
Regional Medical Center.- He
weighed 8 pounds, 6 ounces, and
was 21 inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are Joe
and Claudette Courtney of Perry.
Paternal grandparents are
Manfred and Petra Paul.
Mason was welcomed home by
his big sister, Mallory.
Jones encourages his friends and family in Perry to
support "this very worthwhile cause." He has also
offered to support local events in Perry and Taylor
County. If anyone has any questions about these
efforts, you may contact Jones directly
"The driving forces behind our company's
commitment and efforts include the fact that my
business partner, David, lost his mother to cancer; we
are also committed because of David's one-year-old
daughter Maya's future, and the future of my own
unborn baby girl, due this fall. My daughter will be
named Taylor in honor of my birthplace, Taylor
County," Jones said.
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By CHERYL GREGORY
Jefferson County's annual
Watermelon Festival Fashion
Show and Luncheon was held at
noon on Thursday, June 14, in the
Monticello Opera House located in
the city's downtown area. There
were 16 Rosehead members in
attendance (15 Red Hatters who
are 50 and older, and one Pink
Hatter under 50). Sponsored by the
Monticello Woman's Club, with
fashions by Milady's Shop, the
lovely models were selected from
the community, and the servers
were from Farmers & Merchants
The round tables were covered
with dreen tablecloths, accented
with red napkins. A watermelon
dish filled with croissants was
placed in the center. At each place
setting, there was a fruit cup of
fresh, locally-grown watermelon
mixed with blueberries and
cantaloupe, along with a generous
slice of cheesecake topped with
The ladies arrived early to visit,
especially with other Red Hat
chapters. Drink choices included
tea, lemonade, water and raspberry
The emcee welcomed everyone
and thanked them for supporting
this event. After the blessing, was
said, the Monticello Woman's Club
and the Farmers & Merchants
Bank were applauded for their
hard work. All Red Hat chapters
were recognized, with Perry
having the most there. June
birthdays were acknowledged,
spotlighting Marie Hill and Peggy
A red plate of chicken salad was
served on a bed of lettuce, with a
wedge of cantaloupe and
congealed salad on the side. The
white meat chicken was mixed
with red grapes, celery and pecans.
The fashion show took place
while everyone was enjoying this
delicious lunch. The emcee
announced each model, then
described in detail her outfit,
jewelry, shoes and purse. The more
than 25 outfits included sundresses
and other casual clothes, as well as
dressy pants suits and party
Other items of interest included
the history of Monticello and
Jefferson County, the introduction
of the 2007 Watermelon Queen
and Watermelon Princess, and a
drawing for door prizes. Local
merchants and businesses donated
the more than 20 door prizes.
Rosehead members Jeanne
Raulerson, Marie Hill and Queen
Mother Hattie Adams were prize
Planning committees are in
place for July, August, and
September. The July committee is'
planning a "photo swap." Members
are asked to bring any photos:
(duplicates) that other members
might want. This will be an easy,"
fun way to add to your scrapbook
"Decorate Your Own Hat or
Bag" is the chosen theme of the
Rosehead members are asked to
mark their calendars for the last
Saturday of July, August and-
September, and watch for more'
details in future invitations.
Queen Mother Hattie Adams, Marie Hill and Jeanned::
Raulerson (left to right) were winners of door prizes at the.'Z
fashion show and luncheon held on June 14 in Monticello. Th6
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A-5 Perry News-Herald July 6-7, 2007
Tales from the
Tribute to the Road Warriors
We had the pleasure of stopping
at an .all -night truck stop while
traveling to Tallahassee one
evening, when we encountered
some of the most interesting
While most of the truck drivers
are introverts, the stories they can
tell are precious. One trucker was
leaving this profession and was
happy. to tell everyone who
listened. Another was heard on the
cell phone complaining to his
dispatcher about the lack of time
he was spending with his family.
Still another could hardly get in
and out of his rig because of
arthritis yet, was behind the wheel
where the pain was not so bad.
The one person that really made
an impression on me was the tall,
well-dressed trucker who came in
witj his laptop computer. His
clothes were meticulously pressed
andiyou could almost see yourself
in his shining boots. The gray hair
undbr his cowboy hat was a tell-
tale sign that he had many years on
the road. There was pride oozing
butlof this]'larger-than -life trucker.
I Remember my dad telling me
thatW a trucker was the "guardian
ange1 of the road." They were
usugjy the first at an accident
sceie. and generally took care of
anyone involved: Truckers were.
also the "good Samaritans"
helping out ip whatever way they
could. This gentleman was all of
this, and more. He looked like the
"Marshall of the Road" with his
quiet, yet firm demeanor. Did
anyone around him understand the
role he was taking by acting and
being the professional? He was
projecting a father figure to all the
wannabee truckers who perhaps
did not act courteously or did not
dress like a professional.
The industry needs more road
warriors like this gentleman to
bring back trucking as a respected
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Gerald R. "Junior" and Betty (Nettles) Blaske announce the birth of
their daughter, LillieBelle Blaske, on June 7, 2007, at 4:05 p.m., at Capital
Regional Medical Center. She weighed 8 pounds, 5 ounces, and was 20
Paternal grandparents are Gerald R. Blaske Sr., Valerie Blaske and Alice
"Rita" Blaske, all of Perry. Paternal great grandparents are Bulah Carrol
and the late John Carrol, all of Carrabelle.
Maternal grandparents are Joseph "Joe" Nettles, Shirley M. Webb Gudin
and the late Robert "Bob" Gudin, all of Perry. Maternal great grandparents
are Violet Jeannette Havel O'Mans and Olie Wade Webb, both of
Madison, the late Lorian O'Mans and the late Joseph and Ruby Surrose
Lillie Belle is welcomed home by siblings Nikki, Shirley, Summer,
Crystal, Jerry Wayne, Logan, Gerald III, Noah and Zachary.
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w1 A-6 Perry News-Herald July 6-7, 200T
Trout, scallops are
keeping folks busy
BY PAT MCGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Trout fishing remains great for
those using live pinfish under
Cajun Thunders while fishing
from 5-7 feet of water.
I took J.R. Watson and Randall
Carr of Tifton, Ga., out Friday and
we limited out on trout and reds
with two trout over 20 inches
long. We fished 5-6 feet of water
for the trout and 3 feet of water for
Saturday, Cal Beanblossom and
Glenn Floyd of Sylvester, Ga.,
had their limit with a 25 inch
trout to top their string. Cal said
they got their limit in 5-6 feet of
water as well. They used live
: pinfish under Cajuns to catch their
Friday, Doc Falany reported
catching a 27 inch trout in 6 8
feet of water on live pinfish under
a Cajun Thunder.
From Jimmy Douglas of
-- "Billy Holtzclaw, Harris
Kimbell and I were down there on
Sunday, June 22nd. We saw you
were out, so we left our message
with Jerry at the marina with
instructions to let you know what
we had done. The long and short
of it was that we had our bait
caught and left the flats at 8:50
a.m. We ran out to 80-83 feet o1
water and in less than 2 1/2 hours
of fishing we were headed back in
with our 15 grouper and 6
snapper. We had put back 3-4
short grouper and released 8-9
legal grouper trying to catch our
snapper!!! It was one of the best
days ever for the- ,'2-
Sunday, Larry Chaney of
Hahira, Ga., caught a 19 pound red
snapper and a 19.5 pound gag
grouper in 80-plus feet of water
fishing with a live pinfish.
Sunday most of those who went
out early were able to get their
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his boat; Carolyn Hudman of
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Elaine Harrison with a party of
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Apparently the scallops are
more plentiful than last
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Welcome to the
2"" Annual Scallop Swing
A-7 Perry News-Herald July 6-7,2007
San Pedro, Shady Grove invite all for Homecoming
* Homecoming at San Pedro
:San Pedro Baptist Church will observe Homecoming on Sunday, July 8,
With the Rev. Joe Hughs bringing the 11 a.m. message.
SSunday School begins at 10 a.m. followed by 11 a.m. worship. A gospel
sjng will be held after lunch; everyone is encouraged to bring a basket of
food to share.
SFrmer members, former pastors and all friends, are cordially invited to
Men's Day at Stewart
Stewart Memorial A.M.E. Church will host its Men's Day program on
Sunday, July 8, at 11 a.m.
Guest speaker will be the Rev. John McKenzie of Day Spring
Missionary Baptist Church in Gainesville.
*The message, or challenge for the day, will be: "Men, Reposition
-An citywide invitation to worship is extended.
..Timothy Bryant Stripling
| Timothy Bryant
z Timothy Bryant Stripling, 56,
died July 2, 2007.
'Born in Tallahassee, he was a
gThank you to everyone who
Participated in the motorcycle run
ir Jonathon Barnette. Special
ianks to the Taylor County
eriffs Department, Perry Police
]Qepartment, and Florida Highway
1~trol for helping us to get started.
And thank you to the community'
l~-omiung out and supporting this
Pastor Billy Dibson
longtime resident of Taylor County
and a member of First Linited
Methodist Church. He worked as
an electrician at Buckeye.
Survivors include: his parent,.
Bry and May Stripling of Perr': a
son, Bryant Stnripling; a daughter.
Leslie Stripling; a sister. Debra
Stamatinos of East Point: and n
host of nieces, nephews and
Funeral services %%ill be held
SaturdaN, Juin 7. at II a.m. at First
United Methodist Church %ith
James Taylor officiating
Interment will follow at Pisgah
Family members ill receive
friends today, July 6, from 6 until 8
p.m. at Joe P. Bums Funeral Home,
which is in charge of
In lieu of flowers, contributions
may be made to the First United
Member by Invitatit -
mdmztirs have included the
-iest privately owned
fqryears, who have a deep
oAnptIrent to providing
.disti.eye service based on
CHURCH OF CHRIST
601 West Ash Street
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship 10:45 a.m.
Wed. Bible Class
Church Ph: 584-6155 Carl Desmartin: 223-3210
Youth need funding for camp; yard sale Saturday
"Great buys on really good items" are promised at Saturday's yard sale
planned for 2450 W. Fair Road (take Highway 19 North, turn left on
Reddick just past Gator Motors and go .7 mile off of 19--there will be
signs, but if you can't find the location, please call 843-1101.)
Several families have donated for this sale "with lots to choose from."
All proceeds will go to youth who will be attending church camp this
Little Bethel to host
.-Aiconcert July 26
SThe Rev. Lawrence E. Gantt,
known as the "horn blowing'
preacher," will be live in concert
Thursday, July 26, at Little Bethel
He will be performing selections
0 from his debut CD "Go For It
The concert will begin at 6 p.m.
For. more information, contact the
church office at 584-4423.
Homecoming set for Shady Grove
Homecoming is planned at Shady Grove Missionary Baptist Church on
July 8 with services beginning at 11:30 a.m. Lunch will follow at 12:30.
Pastor Jesse Benefield invites everyone to attend.
'Three big nights of revival'
Christian Tabernacle, 435 Warner Ave., is hosting "three big nights of
revival" beginning Monday, July 9, and continuing through Wednesday,
Then Bethel of Mt. Sinai takes leadership and hosts the revival for two
more nights, on Thursday and Friday in Mayo, July 12-13. All services
begin at 7 p.m
Bishop Johnny. Brice df Detroit, Mich., will be preaching at both
churches; everyone is invited to attend.
SSt Johns Christian
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. StudylPrayer Meeting
N'urser' and Children'rsMi*,isty,.Pov4ded
(located at the intersection of PuckettRd&and Golf Course Rd.)
Mark McElfresh, past. 584-7251
rFirst United Methodist Church
Open Hearts Open Minds & Open Doors
"The People of the United Methodist Church"
302 N. Jefferson St. Perry, Fl. (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460
Rev. James Taylor, pastor nursery provided Email email@example.com
1 USunday Meetings:
Woods Creek Rd. Sunday School 10:00 am
Perry, Fla. Sacrament Service 10:50 am
Phone: 850-584-9583 Wednesday Meetings:
Missionaries: 850-584-8097 Young Men/Young Women
Visitors always welcome 7:00 pm
Mansions with beautiful gardens, streets
paved with gold. Nice neighborhood.
Must believe to see. Free to all who ask.
"Whoever calls upon the name of the Lord
will be saved." Rom. 10:13
Please respond to
Lakeside Baptist Church
"A Place to Call Home"
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship'
7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Hwy. 27 584-5688
Steven Ruff, pastor
If you need transportation, please contact 584-WORD or Pastors Chester
and Carolyn Dcmps at 584-4702, 24 hours in advance.
.* Please see page 8
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2959 Golf Course Rd,
Sunday Worship Services
'O.i n m 0 rrin ,,,S rn Shro l
7: ,).U ,ii I i' y p.,\-I IkJ' ,I
10:45 am Morning Worship
6:00 pm Evening Worship
8:00 pm Adult Choir Practice
Discipleship Training 6:00 pm
Programs & Bible Study for all ages!
Bring the Whole Family
Calvary Baptist Youth meet each Monday Night 6:00 pm.
All area youth are invited.
Perry First Church of God
Sunday School 10:00 -10:45
Worship Service 11:00 12:00
^ Children's Church 11:00- 12:00
"- ^ Sunday Night
-' 1'.-,* Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
S-, Choir Practice 6:00 6:45
Nursery provided with adult supervision 9:45-12:00 Sunday Service 7
Mike Hicks, pastor Wednesday Night
Youth uroup :uu -7:30
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992 Study Group 7:00
LlS y oLan yiervice
Holy Eucharist: 10:00 a.m. .
Located at 1100 W. Green St.
Church Office: 584-7636
Vacation Bible School
Vacation Bible School
Supper will be served at 5:30 p.m.
Classes begin at 6:00 p.m.
(3 years old adult classes)
Family Night July 13 7:00 p.m.
SOUTHSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH
673 Plantation Rd. 584-7633
Gary French, pastor
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"Gary & Carol Hockaday"
"Lynn Tharpe & Jammie Smith" 0
Lighthouse Revival Center
808 E. Granger Dr. Perry, Fl.
Dennis Nobles-Pastor -c.
For more information call j
r223-3884 or 223-1599t c, r
All proceeds will support roof repairs for the church
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A-8 Perry News-Herald July 6-7, 2007
Sheffield earns ASP
Vivian Sheffield, co-owner with
husband, Bob, and broker of
Sheffield & Sheffield Realty, Inc.,
was recently awarded the
designation of Accredited Staging
To achieve this award, Sheffield
completed a course and exam on
preparing homes for sale.
"Homes that are staged, or
prepared for sale by an Accredited
Staging Professional, look better
than other homes on the market
because they are clean, clutter-free
and ready to show to prospective
buyers," said Sheffield.
"Staged homes traditionally sell
faster and/or for more money in
today's real estate market," she
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Early worship at First Presbyterian
Throughout July, Sunday morning worship at First Presbyterian Church
will begin at 10 a.m. The Rev. Larry Neal, pastor, invites the community
to attend. The church is located on Plantation Road.
Gospel sing at Perry 1st Church of God
The Perry First Church of God on Highway 221 North is having its
monthly gospel sing on Saturday, July 7, at 7 p.m. "The McCormicks" of
Lee will be featured. Snacks will be served at 5:30 p.m.
Benefit sing at Lighthouse Saturday
There will be a benefit sing for Lighthouse Revival Center on Saturday,
July 7, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Gary and Carol Hockaday will be featured
musicians, along with Mike Denmark, Lynn Tharpe & Jammie Smith, and
'"Dustin." All proceeds support roof repairs to the church. Please call 223-
:3884 or 223-1599 for more information.
Need a car wash?
A free car wash is planned for a group hoping to attend church camp.
Your patronage is encouraged. The event will be held at McDonald's on
Saturday from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Southside stages Vacation Bible School
Southside Baptist Church will have Vacation Bible School July 8-12
from 6 until 8:30 p.m,.with supper preceding at 5:30 p.m. Classes will be'
offered for age three through adult. Family Night will be Friday, July 13,
at 7 p.m. For more information, please contact the church at 584-7633.
Rehearsals scheduled at Antioch Baptist
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church invites area youth ages eight to 19
to participate in opening musical ceremonies for the upcoming First
Bethlehem District Congress of Christian Education Sunday, July 15.
Choir rehearsals for the program will begin Monday, July 9, at 6 p.m.,
at the church. Subsequent rehearsal dates will be announced during the
July 9 gathering.
| Temple of God Baptist kicks off V.B.S.
"Game Day" kicks off on July 9 when Temple of God Baptist Church
begins its Vacation Bible School. Classes will continue through Friday,
July 13. Children/students in the community are invited to participate.
Caldwell to speak at Temple of God
Looking ahead to July 14, Temple of God Baptist Church will present
Dr. Brenda L. Caldwell as speaker for a half-day women's session on
"Embracing Change--Even When You Don't Feel Like It." A Saturday
evening youth session is also planned from 6 until 8 p.m.
A $10 registration donation is requested.
New Patients Welcome
Stephen M. Henry DMD
David R. Schneck DMD
Mini Implants for
Crowns & Bridges
Services Director John Singer
reminds residents to check their
residences for items outside
which could collect water and
If you have a mosquito
problem, or would like more
information on what to do to
reduce potential breeding
locations on your property, call
The Shared Vision Committee
meeting originally scheduled for
Thursday, July 12, has been
changed to the following week, to
be held on July 19 at 6:30 p.m. at
the Taylor County Middle School.
Dodd Franklin was the winner
in the recent AMVETS Post 20
Frankin's name was drawn
Saturday at Winn-Dixie. He will
receive a 13 ft. Gheenoe boat
complete with a two h.p. Nissan
Ashlyn Blaire Clark
July 6, 2006 July 31, 2006
The candles are lit, but no song will be sung.
-No laughter, no glee of my little one who would have been one.
If )ou only knew the plans that would be made by your dad and me,
the cake to be baked... the presents wrapped...
and all the funny party hats.
The pictures taken by your dad, of course, as loving friends fill the house.
All of this is not meant to be since you were taken from me.
IL`No birthday cake...no presents
unwrapped...no pictures of you in
S your party hat.
But the candles are lit, never to go
out, for they burn forever in my
Happy birthday to our baby
We love and miss you so much!
Mommy, Daddy, Jaydyn
and the rest of your family
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P.O. Box 2059
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Katie M. Granger, who recent-
ly retired from the Taylor
S County School District, will be
honored at a celebration on
Saturday, July 14, at 3 p.m. in
Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist
A fellowship dinner will follow
at Jerkins Community Center.
For additional information,
please contact Granger at 584-
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Band, Majorette & Flag teams
.Saturday, July 7 -- 9 am 2 pm
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Spend the summer learning
about religions, Quickbooks
Taylor youngsters win with safety"
Children and grandchildren of current and former Buckeye employees recently competed in
a safety poster contest that emphasized the use of seat belts, obeying traffic signals, avoiding
fire dangers, using sunscreen and wearing hard hats in work areas. Thirteep winners were
selected at random and awarded certificates and gift cards. Shown above during a plant visit
are: (I to r) Makayla Comstock, Adam Livingston, Bryanne Dorman, Neenah Maddox, Stephanie
English, Ansley English, Jacob Nelson and Buckeye Industrial Hygiene Technician Drucilla
Sands, who hosted the contestants during their visit. Winners not pictured are Joey DeGuire,
Ashley Wallace, Casey Huntsinger, Danny DeGuire, Dakota Hodges and JJ Sunderland.
Plan now to entry festival art show
The Florida Forest Festival Fine Art
Show & Exhibition is continuing to
seek entries for the upcoming October
Categories include: fine art, stained
glass, photography, children's art,
abstract art, sculpture, pencil and ink
drawings, woodcarving, pastels, fiber
,arts and special education.
Contact the festival office at 584-
TREE (8733) or Chairperson Joanna
Delorenzi at 584-4048.
In response to community and
campus requests, NFCC will offer
"Introduction to World Religions"
for the Fall 2007 term. David
Paulk will instruct the class
'Tuesday and Thursdays, 8-9:15
a.m. Paulk holds a master's degree
Class members will study
Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism,
Islam, Christianity and other major
religions. Paulk said, "We will
focus on the history, major
writings, central beliefs and
current cultural relevance of these
major religions of our world."
The course is offered as a three-
hour credit humanities course or as
an audit course for those who want
to take the course, but not for
college credit. Community
members who have a special
interest in the subject are welcome
For information, contact Paulk
by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Fall
registration is currently underway
at NFCC. Classes begin Aug. 27.
Intro to Quickbooks
The Small Business
Development Center (SBDC) of
North Florida Community College
is offering an "Introduction to
Quickbooks" seminar on Tuesday
and Thursday, July 31 and Aug. 2,
from 6-8:30 p.m. Ed Bagley,
SBDC coordinator, is the seminar
instructor and encourages those
interested in attending to. register
by July 24. The seminar is open to
business owners and members of
"This is a basic introduction
seminar to QuickBooks," said
"Individuals starting their own
business--as well as current
businesses and any .organization
with income and expenses--need
t, some kind of accounting software.
QuickBooks is the number one
accounting software used by small
businesses and organizations."
The seminar will be held at
NFCC in the Business Education
Building. Fees do apply.
For more information or to
register, contact Suzie Godfrey,
NFCC community education, at
(850) 973-9453 or e-mail
THANK YOU. NFCC thanks the Artist Series Angel sponsors for
supporting and enhancing the 2006-07 Artist Series season.
Ameriprise Financial Services, Mark E. Branham, CFP
Clemons, Rutherford, and Associates, Inc.
Madison County Community Bank
Ed Bagley Madison Veterinary Clinic
Beggs Funeral Home Tom Moffses
Bird & Leinback Attorneys at Law Norris Emporium
Jim & Sylvia Catron The Rosery
Robert & Ann Earnest Morris & Judy Steen
Elbert R. Hamrick, SFC (RET) Virginia Weeks
Alston & Kay Kelley Stephen & Sharon Yoczik
Fantasy Motorcoaches d/b/a Madison Travel, Ronnie Ragans
AFLAC C.E. "Bill" Russell
Drs. Arnold & Rebecca Burkart
Mr. & Mrs. William B. Clark
John & Bunny Maultsby
Buddy & Jean McWilliams
Dr. & Mrs. Frederick Mickler
Brian O'Connell &
Gayl & Bobbie O'Hara
One Eleven Grill
Jimmy & Kathy Sale
Tim & Mary Ann Sanders
Glen & Florida Smith
Dr. Harry & Elizabeth Rotter
Bryan & Mikey Wilson
BRONZE SPONSORS: Beth Baker, W.C. & Frances Copeland, Nita
Fico, Bubba & Maria Greene, Verna Home, Desiree James, Patricia
Marker, Kim Scarboro, Joan Sootkoos, Myra Valentine, Dr. Jessica
Brawner Webb, Margaret R. Wilkerson
Become an Artist Angel sponsor for 2007-2008 and
help bring quality cultural performances to our area
Find out more by contacting:
850.973.9424 or ArtistSeries@nfcc.edu
Artist Angels, North Florida Community College
325 NW Turner Davis Dr Madison, FL 32340
This year, no issue has dominated the
landscape on Florida as much as property
tax relief. The Legislature remains commit-
ted to providing Florida's property ow-ners
meaningful relief from rising property taxes.
While iwe continue to work on property ta\
relief, during regular-Session w\e \\ere abl -to
pass almost $70 million in ta\ savings to
hard working Floridians. Hurricane supplies
may be purchased fax-free bet\ ween June 1-
12, 2007. School supplies may be purchased
tax-free between August 4-13, 2007.
Three communities were
selected to receive
Waterfronts Florida Partnership Program
grants and technical assistance. I am pleased
to announce that all three communities are in
District 10. They include Carrabelle, St.
Marks, and Steinhatchee.
I sponsored legislation
which would set addition-
al standards for children
and youth in foster care
by defining the three R's:
Rights, Respect, and Responsibility.
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Thdecision toshen t of two Lgisla
Yeouin that ca
lan proud of the ofr
ens of Distict 10 that y. cole
FAtOtal bUdget of $71.95 billon
fiscally responsible budget. on was P
Lighthouse renovaionsand secui
School onso on and
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Will S. Kendrick
District School Tax:
I sponsored and the Legislature
passed House Bill 511 which
allows school districts the flexibili-
ty of using the Ad Valorem taxes 2
mill lev' dollars to pay the prop-
ertv and casualty insurance costs
of the school districts. When cer-
tain criteria is met, dollars that
would otherwise be used will be
available for the education benefit
of all children. This legislation is
especially important to the rural
District 10 counties will receive
$3 million to upgrade parks with
amenities and recreational activi-
ties for citizens to enjoy locally
and will be better able to manage
the protection of the environment.
Safety & Security:
Keeping our citizens safe is the
first job of government. This
Session the Florida Legislature
passed legislation to crack down
on sex offenders and internet
predators, enhanced security dur-
ing emergencies and natural disas-
ters, and provided greater prot6c-
tion and relief for victims of bat-
tery and identity theft.
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DISTRICT CONTACT INFORMATION
Carrabelle: (SiO) 697-5115
B-2 Perry News-Herald July 6-7, 2007
iRatatouille' is a dE
treat, cooked to p
We've all had those moments. You're out to eat at a when he finds himselfE
lice restaurant--perhaps on a date or with the family-- As luck would havy
ind you suddenly wonder just what is going on behind owned by the very che
hose kitchen doors. down-on-his-luck Ling
: Did the chef wash his hands before preparing your decide to help each oth
;neal? Was the countertop cleaned after the chicken was ..Unlike'last year's "C
liceif? Could there be a rat scurrying around the floor?' animation, had a rath
g The folks over at Pixar ("Toy fe
tory," "A Bug's Life," "The
hncredibles") must have thought long pe
nd hard about that last question, o
becausee they've made a movie about ha
t. a.- a
: "Ratatouille" is simply the tale (no
$un intended) about a rat with an su
exceptional sense of smell who w
vants to become a gourmet chef in ~4 re
Paris. Much more than that, ."
however, it is the story of someone. In
.vho wants to grow beyond the role
e was born to fill. m
You have. to admit, the film is an ar
Ambitious and daring project, for m
ure. Its title is so confusing most of a -i th
Its posters come with a pronunciation guide. And who to reach the older crowd
really wants to think about rats in the kitchen? that), "Ratatouille" is fu
The beauty of the film is that it works, draw teens and adults it
SAs "Ratatouille" opens, we meet Remy (Patton Food fans will get an
v)swalt), a rat living outside Paris, France, with his action in the kitchen
brother, father and very extended family. He has a gift restaurants and consu
:vhen it comes to his sense of smell, which gives him a everything was authentic
unusual taste for the finer foods in life. His father, I think most good
3iowever, sees his gift as a way to detect poison. animation is not a genri
2 After watching a television program about a famous medium (another way tc
ahef, Remy decides he wants to do more with his life get this and that's why
Phan just be a food-sniffer. Following a bout with a audiences of all ages.
shoigun and a harrowing (and beautiful animated) ride "Ratatouille" is simple
bhrqpgh the sewers, ho%%eer. Rem. gets his chance this year. BonappetitLa,
"I The very crowded 2007 summer movie season "Hairspray" is rate
continues as July starts off with a bang. suggestive content and
Transformers" opened Tuesday with a record Also opening July 2
$27.4 million in-its first day. Thetmovie, directed by Chuck and Larry,"
i.Tichael Bay is based on the 1980s cartoon series and (Adam Sandier and Ke
:.toy line. In this live-action version, two clan of robots married to receive dot
p-the benevolent Autobots and the evil Decepticons-- this is the -21"st cent
arrive on Earth to battle it out, leaving humanity stuck marriage comedy. The
:in the middle. "Transformers" has retained a. fan and I cannot imagine h
following over the years in a way that can only be far.. It is, rated PG-I
compared to the flocks of "Star Trek" enthusiasts. I throughout,.nudity, lane
ave to admit that the show does hold a special spot in The final film of the
ty nostalgic heart where many of the cartoons I grew fi adventure movie abo
fp with in the 80s dwell. I.was apprehensive about Bay sun. Despite the absu
directing this film,,but the early reviews have come out some pretty nice speci
pretty positive. To be sure, there will be more. than rare breed these days,t
enough robots and explosions to, satisfy any geek's ("28 Days Later"), t
appetite. "Transformers" is rated PG-13 for intense T"Sunshine" is rated R fo
sequencess of sci-fi action violence, brief sexual humor, Three films finish of
Lnd language. Starting off, is "Skia
The only movie daring to open up against titled film of the year
'Transformers" this week is the Robin Williams mother find themselves
Vome.dy "License to Wed." In the movie, an engaged packs of werewolves,o
couple played by Mandy Moore and John Krasinski the other-alive.. The w
find out they must pass. a reverend's marriage really hit or miss, and t
preparation course. Williams is usually more hit than a good sign. "Skinwalk
aniss, but if the early reviews are to be believed, sequences of violence
however, he may not be enough to save this marriage. material and language.
The film is rated PG-13 for sexual humor 'and Another oddly titled
language. a Me," starring the ever-i
Next Wednesday, July 11, will see the opening of the writing a plot synopsis
Latest Harry Potter film, "Harry Potter and the Order confused me so much I'w
pof the Phoenix." as I can tell, a girl is fo
Harry and his friends return to Hogwarts School of assault and denies she is
'Witchcraft and Wizardry for their fifth year under the I said I was confused.
Looming cloud of a returned Lord Voldemort. The The movie is rated R
vizarding government strongly denies that the evil torture and disturbing g
wizard is back and Harry finds himself labeled a liar. nudity and language.
"'Order of the Phoenix" is the longest of the books, so And lastly, we have "
it will be interesting to see how well they translate it fan-favorite cartoon s
into a two and one-half hours movie. Director David family in Springfield
jYates apparently did a good job since they've hired him finally makes its way to
back to film the sixth movie, "Harry Potter and the released several years
~Half-Blood Prince." A warning to parents, the books been one of the biggest
are growing up with their heroes, and this movie will Now, fans are left hopi
probably be too intense for the youngest fans. humor and timing they
. The movie is rated PG-13 for sequences of fantasy lack couple of seasons
.violence and frightening images. The movie is rated PG-
Also opening next week is "Captivity," the latest. None of the movies
:torture/gore/horror film about a man and woman be able to out gross a
=kidnapped by a serial killer. The film is rated R for released this month. A:
strong violence, torture, pervasive terror, grisly Friday, July 20, bookst
images, language and some sexual material, full of fans, young and
July 20 has three movies opening wide, none more and final Harry Potter
anticipated that the re-make of musical "Hairspray.' Deathly Hallows." After
The film tells the story of teenager Tracy Tumblad will finally find out the
5(Nikki Blonsky), who in 1962 Baltimore, lands a spot his friends. Amazon.coi
,on a local TV dance show. With a cast that includes book has broken its pre
FJohn Travolta (in drag as Tracy's mom), Amanda 1.6 million books already
,Bytnes, Christopher Walken, Queen Latifah and days to go.
iMichelle Pfeiffer, the film looks like it will overcome The rest of July will s
,the fact that its director, Adam Shankman was millions of children stay
responsible for such films as "Cheaper by the Dozen games or watch televisi
$2" and "The Pacifier." that is Harry's greatest s
alone in Paris.
e it, he locates the bistro once -
f he idolizes. There he meets the
guini (Lou Romano), and they
'ars," which, despite its beautiful
er pedestrian plot, "Ratatouille"
'els \ery new and fresh. Just
hen I thought I had everything
egged on how things would work
ut, they changed the recipe. This
ippened several times and made
very enjoyable two hours.
I have to say that much of the
access of "Ratatouille" I credit to
riter/director Brad Bird, whose
sume includes the powerful
ron Giant" in 1999 and "The
ncredibles" in 2004.
Bird has a way of building
multiple levels in a story to entice
id entertain all ages. While
movies like "Shrek" have jokes
at go over the heads of children
1 (and there's nothing wrong with
ill of themes and motifs that will
nto the story and characters.
n extra kick out of watching the
. The writers visited Parisian
ilted. top .chefs to make sure
animators would agree that
e (a type of movie) but simply a
o tell a story). Directors like Bird
his films resonate so well with
[y one of the best films I've seen
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ed PG for language, some
momentary teen smoking.
20 is "I Now Pronounce You
"comedy about two firefighters
evin James) who decide to get
mestic partner benefits. I guess
ury version of a green card
film is reportedly 140 minutes,
ow they stretched the joke that
13 for crude sexual content
guage and drug references.
weekend is "Sunshine," a sci-
)ut a crew sent to re-ignite the
rd concept, the trailers show
al effects. Science fiction is a
but with director Danny Boylqe
his could be a sleeper hit.
'r violent content and language.
f the month opening July 27.
nwalkers," perhaps the worst
r. A 12-year-old boy and his
s trapped in a war between two
ne which wants him dead and
erewolf/vampire genre can be
he lack of trailers to date is not
.ers" is rated PG-13 for intense
;e and action, some sexual
flick is "I Know Who Killed
in-news Lindsey Lohan. I tried
s. fbr this one, but the trailer
m not sure what to write. As far
)und barely alive after a brutal
s the person people think she is.
R for grisly violence including
;ory images, and for sexuality,
'The Simpsons Movie," as the
series about a dysfunctional
(state yet to be determined)
the big screen. If this had been
ago, it probably would have
t grossing movies of the year.
ng the writers have found the
seem to have been lacking the
. The trailers look promising.
opening in July, however, will
certain book that is also being
s'clocks close in on midnight
ores across the country will be
old, clamoring for the seventh
book, "Harry Potter and the
More than a decade, the world
fate of the teenage wizard and
m announced Tuesday that the
e-order record with more than
[y having been ordered with 18
ee something very odd indeed,
ying indoors, not to play video
on, but to read. In my opinion,
Del Suggs, shown above, will be one of many musical guests performing at the 29th annual
Swamp Stomp at the Tallahassee Museum on Saturday, July 14. Other performers include
Reed Mahoney, Linda Lane, Mark Leadon and Bill McGuire, Carol Ann Mathews, Grant Peeples,
Brett Wellman and Ben Edmund.
Sink into the celebration July
It's a toe tapping, finger
snapping good time. It's time for
the 29th annual Swamp Stomp at
the Tallahassee Museum on
Saturday, July. 14, from 3 to 9 p.m.
Swamp Stomp stirs up the best.
live folk, country, blues, bluegrass'
and a little "saltwater music" from.
the area's finest local musicians.
Bring your chairs, blankets and
children, and relaxq in the cool
shaded setting of the Tallahassee
The music starts at 3 p.m. and
continues into the cool of the
great music you don't \%ant to
miss," organizer.,s said.
The 2007 Swamp Stomp line-up
includes: 3 p.m.. Ric Edmiston:
.,, A -.
3:30 p.m., Reed Mahone.. 4 p m..
Linda Lane; 4:30 p.m.. Mark
Leadon and Bill McGuire: 5 p.m..
Birthday Celebration: 5:30 p.m..
Carol Ann Mathews: 6 p.m.. Grant
Peeples; 6:30 p.m.. Brett \\ellman:
7:00 p.m., Ben Edmund: 7 3110 p.m..
Mimi & The HeamDogs: and 8
p.m., Del Suggs & Friends.
Throughout 2007, the museum
is celebrating 50 years of creating
memories and enriching lives and
during Swamp Stomp there will be
a 50th Birthday Celebration. From
5 to 5:30 p.m. the museum will
hold a special ceremony.
"We will have cake, a sparkling
cider toast, the reading of
proclamations and a special
birthday song," organizers said.
Admission to the 29th Annual
Swamp Stomp is $8 for adults;
Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m. (PG13)
Sunday 4:00 p.m. 140 min.
Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m. 9g in.
Sunday 4:00 p.m
Live Free or Die Hard
Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m. (PG13)
Sunday 4:00 p.m 130 min.
Shooter Fri. & Sa. 7:30 only
FREE in Sports & Cinema Cafe
Harry Potter starts July 13
License To Wed
For special showings call Jim at (850) 371 0028
BOX OFFICE PRICES
Sunday Matinee $4.00 All Seats
All other showings $5.00 All Seats
118 E. Park St. (behind Foodland) 223-6684
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- $7.50 for seniors (65+) and college
students (with valid ID); $5.50 for
children (4-15) and free for
children four and under.
Admission is free for members.
Everyone born in 1957 will receive
The Tallahassee Museum is
located on 52 acres in southwest
Tallahassee on Lake Bradford
(3945 Museum Drive) where
history, nature, and wildlife are
Ben Edmund will join other e
Tallahass.ee Little Theatre's
production of "Once on This
Island," begins tonight and will
continue through July 15.
The love story features TiMoune,
a young peasant girl, who is willing
to battle against all odds and even
Death, to be with her love Daniel, a
intertwined to tell an intriguing
story about Florida's natural and
The unique museum includes, an
1880s farmstead, historical
buildings, natural habitat zoo and
scenic grounds that provide hands-
on learning and entertainment for
For more information, visit
entertainers to celebrate the
rich boy from-the other side of the;:
Performance dates include July 6,:
7, 12, 13 and 14 at 8 p.m. as well as.E
July 8 and 15 at 2 p.m.
For. more information or for,
tickets call 850-224-8473 or visiv
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Fat Goose Auction. This Friday in
Downtown Chiefland at 7:00 p.m. Always
outstanding estate merchandise each
week. All types of antiques and
collectibles along with all the furniture,
glassware, and all the other unique items.
We will hav6 a large selection of tools-
large welder, porch, w/tank and a lot more.
Also some great art work, fishing lures &
tackle, and nice shotgun. Warm-up-
Auction starts around 6:30 p.m. AB 2565-
10% BP. For more information or
directions please call Jim Morehead (352)
AUCTION EVERY SATURDAY 6:30 P.M.
1693 SW Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360)
Madison, Florida (850) 973-2959.
MASTERCARD, VISA AND DEBIT
CARDS FOOD FUN & GIVE-A-WAYS,
HEATED / AC-COMFY SEATS. From
Perry: Take RT 221 North to CR 360 (SW
Mosley Hall Rd) Turn Right, go about 8
miles-on the right. AU691 -COL. RON COX -
YARD SALE-LOCAL YOUTH GROUP
GOING TO CHURCH CAMP-SEVERAL
FAMILIES HAVE DONATED-TAKE
ADVANTAGE OF SOME GREAT BUYS
ON REALLY GOOD ITEMS, LOTS TO
CHOOSE FROM. SATURDAY 8:00 TO
1:00- 2450 W. Fair Rd, Hwy 19 N, turn left
on Reddick just past Gators Motors, 7/10
of mile off of 19, look for signs. Cant find
Yard Sale Saturday, 102 Mimosa Lane.
Clothes, toys, what-nots, etc. 8:00 until ?.
Yard Sale: Saturday, 8:00 a.m. until. 131
E. Nancy St. (across from Burns Funeral
Home). Mens/womens clothes most like
new, stereos,, household,. table with 4
Multi-Yard Sale: Saturday 8:00-until, 3
miles on the left Johnson Stripling Rd.
Boat Trailer, tool box, clothes, too much to
list. Rain or shine.
Yard Sale Friday and Saturday 8-2, Rain or
Shine inside warehouse. Sadler Drum
4289 US 98 W. Too much inventory to list.
'Yard Sale: At the Auction House of
Madison, July 5, 6, 7th, 1893 SW Moseley
Hall RD. (850) 973-2959.
FREE CAR WASH-DONATION
ACCEPTED-LOCAL YOUTH GROUP
GOING TO'CHURCH CAMP-SATURDAY
11:00 TO 4:00 McDONALD'S BACK
WAREHOUSE LIQUIDATION: New
mattress sets from: $99 Twin, $129 Full,
$149 Queen, $249 King. Ip plastic with
SOLID WOOD Cherry sleigh bed- BRAND
NEW in box $250. (850) 545-7112.
SOFA & LOVE SEAT. Brand NEW
LEATHER, still wrapped, lifetime warranty,
sacrifice &795. (delivery available). Call
Sandi: (850) 425-8374.
Sofa/love seat. New micro fiber set, $475,
, must move. Delivery available. 850-222-
BEDROOM: New 6 piece set still boxed,
$599, can deliver (850) 222-9879.
Automatic transmission with O/D for Ford
Mustang or Ranger, A4LD transmission,
excellent operating condition, 223-3198.
1973 Chev. Belaire, call 584-5543.
2004 Chevrolet Colorado Z-71 Crew Cab,
fully loaded, 33,000 miles, $17,000 O.B.O.
Call 850-584-7032 after 5:00 p.m. Ask for
For Sale: Buckeye Community Federal
Credit Union is offering for sale a 2005
CHEVY SILVERADO,'4WD, 8 cylinder,
regular cab, bed liner, CD player, power
windows, power door locks, 27,776 miles
will be sold on "as is" basis for $18,000
and may be inspected at the Credit Union
Monday thru Friday from 8:30 a.m. until
For Sale: Buckeye Community Federal
Credit Union is offering for sale a 1999
CHEVY SILVERADO, LS package,
extended cab, bed liner, CD player,
power windows, power door locks, 42,962
Miles wi!l be sold on "as is" basis for
$10,000 and may be inspected at the
Credit Union Monday thru Friday from 8:30
a.m, until 4:30 p.m.
1992 Mazda B26001 4X4, tool box, CD
player, tires like new, $2500.00. Call 584-
5784 or 672-2721
For Sale: 2001 Toyota Tacoma
PreRunner. Six Cylinder/2 Wheel Drive,
Excellent Condition. 10,500 Firm, Call
850-584-9550 to leave message. ,
For Sale: 2004 Oldsmobile Alero, 4 door,
$8,500 firm. For information, please call
For Sale: 1987 Wrangler Jeep 4 wheel
drive, V6, good condition $2500, needs
work. Call 584-6996 between 11 a.m, and
1 p.m. and ask for Josh.
For Sale: John Deere 110 riding lawn'
mower. 42 irch cut, automatic, like new
only 2 years old. $1,000 or best offer. 223-
1014 Leave message.
1994 17Ft Carolina Skiff Center Console,
1994 48 Johnson Special, New
Powerhead, fish finder/GPs, Marine radio.
Complete and ready to fish and scallop,
$4000,00. Call 584-5784 or 672-2721
1996 17Ft Center Console ProSport 85
horse Suzuki Motor with electronics,
$5500 o.b.o. Call 850-584-7032 after 5:00
pm, Ask for Steve,
Boat for Sale: 151/2 Ft Fiberglass Boat,
with 75hp, Evinrude Spot Motor. Walk thur-
windshield, trailer with new spare tire in
rim. New Marine battery, new fish-and
depth finder, also new Bilge pump, large
compass, 2 captains high back swivel
seats. Blue interior carpet. $2500.00 firm
cash. New sticker, ready to fish, or will
trade for travel trailer of equal value. Call
584-6574, code 19 dial all numbers
12' air boat. Brand new, 4 cly., ly
combings motor. Over 12,000 invested,
Call for more info. $9,000 OBO, too much
to list. Call 850-510-0390 or 223-2538,
For Sale: Chihuahua puppies, born
5/27/07, small, 2 female, 2 male, brown
and white, mother short-haired, father long-
haired. $300-$350, 838-6481 cell or 838-
For Sale 5 puppies, 2 male, 2 female, 8
weeks old, cute. For more infromtion call
Free kitten to a good home. Full of
personality, great addition to your family.
For Sale: Registered Miniature 6 month
old Golden Retriever with papers, all shots
$250. Call 672-0381. ,
For Sale: 1 AKC male chihuahua puppy,
9 weeks old, very cute $250. Call 584-
WANT TO BUY
Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
* Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars
Pocket Watches Diamonds
.-'.. Postcards Sports Memorabilia
Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys
CallMarkS -uherl .d (50)584-021 aho gtomnt
For Sale: 2 horses for sale. 1 Gelding, 1 Rooms available at Skylark Motel
Mare $1500 for both o.b.o. Will sell everything included from Monthly $550
separate. Contact Carol Newport at required $45 deposit, $154 weekly or $40
evening 838-1861 or Jimmy Smith evening daily plus tax. 317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy.
(Available Aug. 1st) 3bd, 1 bath, city,
fenced yard, appliances, (no dogs), very
clean. $600 a month, $300 deposit. Taking
Applications please call 584-8618 or 584-
7/4 tfn Bar
3 BR HC and Non-HC Accessible
apartments now available. Rental
assistance may be available to qualified
applicants. HUD vouchers considered.
Equal Housing Opportunity. Office hours
are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Thurs. Call 850-
584-5668. 709 W. Church St., Perry, FL
32348. TDD 711.
Cash Out/Lower Monthly Payments
Self Employed/No Income Verification
Less Than Perfect Credit KyMCo
Land, Commercial Property M mortgage Inc.
Hard Equity 1-877-346-0100
House For Rent: 3 or 4 bedroom 1 bath For Rent: 3 B/R 2 BATH DOUBLE WIDE
$750 a month,107 El dorado Dr. Call Day TOTAL ELECTRIC, CENTRAL H/A,
time 561-386-6650, call night time 850- WITH WASHER AND DRYER, $550.00
223-3346. Ask for Susan. PER MONTH, PLUS $250.00 DEPOSIT.
7/4-7/6 NO KIDS, NO PETS. APPLICATION AND
REFERENCE REQUIRED. 584-3889
For Rent: 3bdr, 2bath nice house, nice 7/4tfnRB
quiet neighborhood in town. Rent $700 a
.month. Also Campers monthly, everything
included, cable power,, etc. For
information weekdays call 584-9237 11
a.m. until 9 p.m. Weekends 672-0716.
6/27-7/18 Landowners, easy financing. No proof of
income required for most cases, call for
'For Rent: Private entrance, covered details Prestige Horrie Centers in
Chiefland. Also open Sunday 12-5 p.m.
.parking, room and bath shared. Living
room and kitchen, nice yard, $550 352-493-2492 or 800-477-2492.
includes utilities. Available in 1 month 3/16tfnPH
7/6-7/20 CLOSE OUT 1 ONLY 28x70 3bd/2bth
CEDAR LOG MOBILE HOME WITH
For Rent: 2 B/R Mobile Home, total COVERED PORCH. Delivery and set up
electric,central heat/air withwasher&dryer. for $79,995, please call Prestige Home
$425 per month, plus $250 deposit. No Centers in Chiefland. Also open Sunday
kids & No pets. Application & References 12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or 800-477-2492.
required. 584-3889. 3/6tfnPH
tinRB D f iu. Ii *a .
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... FINANCING AVAILABLE
LOWEST INTEREST RATES
-'e 10 YEAR WARRANTY
No need to burn your time or GAS
when the lowest prices and
friendliest staff are always right
here in YOUR hometown!
Taking applications for rental 3 BR 2 BAth-
Triple Wide, located at 1120 Buckeye
Nursery Road $300.00 Deposit and
$695.00 monthly rent must apply in person
,to Perry Repo Outlet Monday through
Wednesday- Ask for Ms Betty- references
required. NO PHONE CALLS.
For Rent: 2 BR, 1BH Mobile Home, central
heat/air, 1st, last & security deposit. $475
a month. 584-5970.
Westgate Hotel Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable, AC/
Heater. Everything included, $154 weekly
,or $40 daily plus tax. (RV sites also
available) 1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-
Taking applications for rental 14x70.2 BR-
2B mobile home set up in Everetts Mobile
Home Park. Rent $400 a month, water,
sewer & garbage included. No phone
calls-apply in person only! Monday
through Wednesday 9 a.m. till 5 p.m.,
references required, ask for Betty.
Apartments for Rent
Forest Capital Apartments
Major appliances Furnished
1 bd/1 bth& 3, 2 bd/1bth available.
$495 per mo. With $250 deposit
first and last mo. rent to move in
for more information call
Jennifer Williams at 584-6666 xt 401
Southern Villas of Perrv
Looking For Applicants!
Rental assistance available. HUD
vouchers accepted. 1 $ 2 BR HC & non-
HC accessible apartments. Office hours
are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Thurs. Call 850-
584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett
Rd, Perry, FL, 32347. Equal Housing
No down for Landowners! Even if you st!;.
owe, Call us for info. Prestige Home
Centers in Chiefland. Also open Sunday
12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or 800-477-2492.
How about a new mobile home for as little
as $150 bi weekly? Call for details.
Prestige Home Centers in Chiefland. Also
open Sunday 12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or
Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Cali
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401.
Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq.
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-
584-5891. Pete Fortner
Commercial Building For Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
For Sale By Owner Near Keaton Beach
2,305 sq.ft. 2004 DWMH on 1.25+ acres, 4
bedroom, 2.'5 bath, central heat/air, 3
decks, skirting, gutters, 2 car garage, boat
shelter, heated in ground pool, fenced
back yard, gravel driveway. 2 wells, septic
tank, sprinkler system. water softener,
REDUCED S155,000, call 850-578-3094.
Land for sale, 221 North between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. 'Please call (386) 658-1346 or
Gorgeous 2,000 sqft. BRAND NEW homes
of Merit DWMH. Build with 2x6's on 1.57
acres on Vera Lane here in Perry. All new
furniture included. Down payment
assistance available. Call Justin @ 850-
NEW! 2007 4 BR 1,500 sqft. Solid Built
MH on 1 acre. Financing is available.
Move in for $749/mo. Call 850-838-9090.
40 ACRES fronts Highway 27 Mayo.
Pasture and partially fenced and an
irrigation well. GREAT PRICE $280,000.
Call Deborah Myles/Broker-Associate 386-
719-1224 or 1-800-333-4946 C-21. The
Jobs available in Mayo. Production
workers needed. Must be able to
assemble parts. Some physical labor
involved. Background check and drug
screen. Apply at Workforce Innovation or
in person at Bulova Technologies: 125 SE
Swisher Rd. Take Hwy 51 South from'
Mayo to CR 357. Make left. EOE.
Avon Reps Needed! How would you like
to be your own boss? Start your own
business. I can show you how. $10 start-
up kit. Call BJ Today! 850-584-6289 or
6 bed ICU, 7a
or 7p shift with incentive.
Great benefits, comparable pay.
584-0635 or fax 584-0661
FT Receptionist/ FT Therapeutic Activities
Coordinator Advent Christian-Village
658-JOBS (5627) www.ACVillage.net
FT receptionist Resource Development.
Must be proficient in phone/ desk
receptionist coverage, data entry,
customer service, secretarial support/
assistance, and special events
support/assistance. HSD or equipment
desired. PC experience required. Prior
experience with Raiser's Edge strongly
desired; prior -database management,
experience required. Must be detailed
oriented, professional, and courteous.
Occasional evening / weekend work may
FT therapeutic activities coordinator,
Good Samaritan Center. Must be creative,
organized, energetic, a self starter, and
enjoy working geriatric populations to plan,
implement, coordinate, and lead
therapeutic activities programs for
dementia patients in long-term care
setting. Knowledge of LTC regulations /
documentation requirements required. HSD
or equivalent required. Bachelor degree in
healthcare, social service, or relevant field
desired. Prior relevant experience desired.
Competitive wages and benefits
(health/dental/disability ins., 403b,
AFLAC, access to onsite daycare &
fitness *.iii ei EOE; Drug Free
Workplace, Criminal background checks
Apply in person at ACV Personnel
Department Mon thru Fri, 9:00 a.m. until
4:00 p.m. Carter Village Hall, 10680
Dowling Park Drive 136, Dowling Park, FL;
fax resume to (386) 658-5160; or visit
Help wanted Badcock & More. Set up and
delivery. Must be 21 yrs old. License and
good driving record required. No phone
calls! Apply in person 1225 S. Jefferson
Clerk position, energetic, multi-tasking &
friendly. Apply @ Seahag Marina,
Office position needed. Quickbooks exp.
a must. Apply @ Seahag Marina,
Convenience store manager needed.
Please apply at Ware Oil & Supply
located 2715 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. This
is a drug free work place.
Adult male cat with ID chip, solid white,
answers to Iceee. Pine Ridge area to S.
Old Dixie Hwy. This is my child's pet.
Please call if you have seen him. 584-
5669 or 672-2002.
Wanted: Dodge Caravans and Plymouth
Voyagers call Bud Chute 850-838-1168
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUCK?
I BUY SCRAP METALS!!
State Certified Scales
Appliances wanted, don't throw away I will
come and pick them up. Call 843-0356.
Wanted: Old Cars call Bud Chute 850-
FOR RENT: Beach House for Rent. 2 bd,
2 'bath, sleeps 6. Ezell Beach at Keaton
Beach. Beautiful Ocean View. $115 per
night or $800 per week. Call 850-578-271'3.
Convenience Store- Gold Mine
Gas tanks new, only diesel in area,
includes store & 2 Bdrm Managers home,
Pizza sales, former coin laundry, 1 acre,
seafood market & restaurant needed, traffic
count 6000 daily, Lamont, FL, $175,000
All Realty Services 850-973-9990
Chad Dees Lawn Care
Hi, Taylor County, love to spend time in
the great outdoors with your family? Allow
me to introduce Chad Dees Lawn Care.
We are open and now ready to take care of
your yard and give you more time to spend
with your family. Please call (850) 584-
8959 hit 1 or email us at
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your call. Chad H. Dees/ Owner.
Morgan's Tree Service and Debris
Removal. Free estimates. Call 352-498-
7844 or 850-672-0709.
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Regular 7 p.m.
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*Must be 18 yrs. or older
Treasures & More
outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We buy...call us! Collectibles
Set-up P verr yFle Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture
LOOKING FOR INNOVATIVE
Need more time with family?
Want to return to school? Just???
Marshall Health & Rehab Center
has just the opportunity for you
Work (2) 16-hour shifts each weekend
(1) 8-hour shift Monday Friday
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Call Sue Love, RN 850-584-6334
CARPET & VINYL
Installation and repairs done at a good
price. No overhead. Direct savings to you.
30 years experience. 850-838-9050.
Please leave message.
Call Billy Blue at
672-0955 or 838-1307
Dries in 3-4 hours
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Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
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PRESS JRE WASHING.
Call Billy Blue at
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insured) All types of remodeling: doors,
windows, docks, painting, etc.
Commercial & Residential. Call 850-223-
1780 or 843-1941. If no answer, please
leave message. Over 20 years of
A to Z Farm & Lawn Services: Land
clearing, tree trimming/removal, dump
truck services, harrowing, bush hog
mowing, rake work, dirt leveling and
complete town service. Call 584-6737.
The Handyman experts LLC, honest work!
Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting,
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
maintenance, pressure washing woodlandd
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
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IN THE CIRUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
GEORGE T. BLACK, AS TRUSTEE OF THE
GEORGE THOMAS BLACK REVOCABLE
LIVING TRUST U/T/D 01/04/95, AND
REBECCA G. BLACK, AS TRUSTEE OF THE
REBECCA G. BLACK REVOCABLE LIVING
TRUST U/T/D 01/04/95.
CASE NO.: 07-197CA
G & E LOVE INVESTMENT GROUP INC.,
A FLORIDA CORPORATION, GLENN
RICHTER, CALVIN PRYOR, and TENANTS
OR UNKNOWN PARTIES IN POSSESSION,
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant
to a Final'Judgment of Foreclosure After
Default and for Attorneyis Fees and
Costs entered in the above-styled
cause on June 21, 2007, in the Circuit
Court of Taylor County. Florida, I will sell
the property situate in Taylor County,
Florida, described more fully in Exhibit A
attached and incorporated herein by
reference, at public sole, to the highest
and best bidder, for cash, at the Taylor
County Courthouse, 108 North Jefferson
Street,, Perry. Taylor County, Florida, at
11:00 a.m. on July 24, 2007.
ANY LIENHOLDER CLAIMING AN INTEREST
IN THE SURPLUS FUNDSIJOM THIS SALE, IF
ANY, MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE'SALE IN ACCORDANCE WITH
SECTION 45,031(1)(o), FLORIDA STATUTES.
DATED this 29th day of June, 2007.
Clerk of Court Court, Taylor County, FL
By: Leandra Borklund
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are a person with a disability who needs
accommodation in order to participate
in this proceeding, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please contact the
Clerk of Court, Taylor County
Courthouse, 108 North Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida 32347, (850) 838-3506,
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"I have to go out into the
hotel," Ralph informed his
relatives. "I've got to help the
"Oh, no, not out into the
hotel," cried Ralph's mother. "Not
while the housekeeper is looking
for mice. If you're seen we'll all be
"I'll be back before dawn," said
Ralph staunchly. "I must go.
Don't try to stop me."
"See here, my boy, aren't you
being a bit dramatic?" asked Uncle
Lester. "Whatever do you have to
go out into the hotel for?"
"To-pilfer a pill," said Ralph.
"An aspirin tablet." His answer
was dramatic enough even for
Uncle Lester. His entire family
stared at him in disbelief. Not an
aspirin! Not after his own father
had been poisoned by one of the
"An aspirin!" Ralph's mother
gasped. "No, Ralph, not that!
Anything but that!"
",It is the only way." Ralph
stood tall and brave. "The boy has
a fever and he needs an aspirin. I'm
going to find him one."
"Oh, Ralph!" His mother hid
her face in her paws.
"But Ralph," quavered Aunt
Sissy. "Remember your father.
You can't carry an aspirin in your
cheek pouches. It would poison
you. How could you get one
"I'll find a way." Ralph was
outwardly steadfast in his
determination, but inside he
wondered how he would manage to
get an aspirin into Room 215 if
he did find one. Roll it, perhaps.
"Ralph, stay here," pleaded his
mother. "You're too young. Let
your Uncle Lester go."
"Well, now, let's talk this
over," said Uncle Lester.
"I'm not too young and I haven't
a moment to lose." Ralph, who
was really frightened by what he
was about to do, also enjoyed the
drama of the moment. "Good-bye.
I shall return before dawn."
"Ralph, promise me you'll-be
careful," pleaded his mother.
"Promise me you won't. climb
into suitcases like your Aunt
Adrienne." Ralph's Aunt Adrienne,
who liked nice things, had climbed
into a suitcase to examine a nylon
stocking, someone had closed the
suitcase, and Aunt Adrienne had
never been seen again. It was
hoped she had been'carried away to
a life of luxury. "Promise me,
Ralph," cried his mother, but her
son was already on his way out
Ralph scurried across the carpet
of Room 215, flattened himself,
and squeezed under the door. Once
out in the hall, his courage ebbed.
The aspirin tablet seemed a very
small thing to find in such a vast
place. It would be much easier to
find the motorcycle. No, thought
Ralph, I must not even think
about the motorcycle.
Ralph began to feel pretty small
himself, much smaller than he had
felt during his show of bravery
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orticipo'e in This proceeding, you ore
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA GEORGE T. BLACK, AS TRUSTEE
OF THE GEORGE THOMAS BLACK
REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST U/T/D
01/04/95, AND REBECCA G. BLACK, A
TRUSTEE OF THE REBECCA G. BLACK
REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST U/T/D
01/04/95, Plaintiffs, CASE NO.: 07-197CA
v. G & E LOVE INVESTMENT GROUP INC.,
A FLORIDA CORPORATION, GLENN
RICHTER, CALVIN PRYOR, and TENANTS
OR UNKNOWN PARTIES IN POSSESSION,
Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure After Default
and for Attorney's Fees and Costs
entered in The above-style cause on
June 21, 2007, in the Circuit Court of
Taylor County, Florida, I will sell the
property situate in Taylor County, Florida,
described more fully in Exhibit A
attached and incorporated herein by
reference, at public sale, to the highest
and bidder, for cash, at the Taylor
County Courthouse, 108 North Jefferson
Street, Perry, Taylor County, Florida, at
11:00 am. on July 24, 2007. ANY
LIENHOLDER CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FUNDS FROM THE SALE, IF
ANY, MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE IN ACCORDANCE WITH
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Editor's Note: This is the the 11th
installment of Beverly Cleary's
classic, "The Mouse and the
Motorcycle." It is being presented by
this newspaper, and newspapers
across America, as part of the Drop
Everything And Read (D.E.A.R.)
promotion which encourages silent
reading for pleasure. The 13-part
series will continue in upcoming
Previous chapters can be found in:
Chapter One March 30
Chapter Two April 4
Chapter Three April 18
Chapter Four April 25
Chapter Five May 2
Chapter Six May 11
Chapter Seven May 23
Chapter Eight May 30
Chapter Nine June 8'
Chapter 10 June 29 / July 4
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back in the mouse nest. Down in
the lobby a clock struck one.
There was not a moment to lose.
He ran to the next room, squeezed
under the door, and searched under
the beds and the dresser while the
two guests slept soundly. All he
found was a bobby pin.
He skipped Room 211 because
his enemy, the little terrier, was
still there, and ran on to Room
.209. A hurried search, frightening
because of the loud and uneven
'snores that came from one of the
beds, revealed nothing but a few
pretzel crumbs, which Ralph did
not have time to eat.
On and on ran Ralph, down the
hall, under doors, around under'
beds and dressers. There was not a
single aspirin tablet to be found.
In'one of the rooms he did see a
penny that had rolled under a
luggage rack and remembered his
mother's wish to leave a tip for
room service, but tonight he had
no time for pennies. He must
press on and find an aspirin.
A small doubt began to creep
into Ralph's thoughts as he ran
down the hall to the last room on
the second floor. Maybe there was
no aspirin. Maybe he was risking
his life and the lives of his family
for nothing. But Ralph pushed the
thought aside. He would not let
himself become discouraged. If
there was no aspirin on the second
floor, there had .to be one
someplace on the 'ground floor.
Tonight he was willing to brave
,,;hihe stt'fta'l* ind-tt.. -He tattened
himself and squeezed under the last
door on the second floor. There
was nothing under either of the
beds but the things Keith called
dust mice. There was no sound but
the rattle of the windows in the.
Ralph started across the carpet
toward the dresser when suddenly a
light from the bedside table
.blinded him. He stopped, rooted to
'the carpet by fear, even though it
was not likely that anyone was
going to cut off his tail with a
He heard someone slip out of
bed and utter a sound halfway
between a squeal and a scream.
Before Ralph knew what was
happening, an ordinary drinking
glass had been clapped down over
him, and there he stood in a glass
By then his eyes were adjusted
to 'the light and he found himself
facing a pair of bare feet. Looking
up, he saw that the feet belonged
to a young woman in a pink
"Mary Lou, wake up," she
whispered to the young woman in
the other bed. "Look what I've
"Huh?" siid MaryrLou, blinking
and raising up on one elbow. Her
hair was done up on pink rollers.
"Betty, are you out of your mind?
It must be past one o'clock in the
The night was slipping by
much too quickly for the trapped
mouse. He was terrified and he
was desperate. No one in his
family had ever been trapped under
a drinking glass before. Worst of
all, he was failing Keith and
endangering his family.
"Wake up, Mary Lou, and
look," insisted Betty. "I was
getting up to stop the rattle in the
window and caught a mouse!"
This news routed Mary Lou
from bed, and the two young
women knelt on the carpet to look
at Ralph, who promptly turned his
back. He did not care to be stared
at in his misery, but it was no
use. The women moved around to
the other side of the glass.
"Isn't he darling?" said Betty.
"Just look at his cunning little
paws." Mary Lou leaned closer for
a better look.
"And his little ears. Aren't they
sweet?" Betty was delighted.
It was disgusting. It was bad
enough to be trapped and stared at,
but to have this pair carrying on
in such a gushy fashion was
almost more than Ralph could.
stomach. Cunning little paws
indeed! They were strong paws,
paws for grasping the.handgrips of
"Oh, Betty, do you suppose we
could take him back to Wichita
with us?" asked Mary Lou. "My
third grade would love him."
"So would my kindergarten,"
agreed Betty. "We could keep him
in a cage on the ledge and all the
children could bring him food
from home. It would .be such a
good experience for them to have a
pet in the classroom."
Well, thought Ralph grimly, I
always wanted to travel. A cage in
a kindergarten in Wichita,
however, was not exactly the
destination he had in mind. The
minutes were slipping by
dangerously fast. He had to do'
something. "Look," he shouted
through the glass in desperation.
"Let me go. Please let me go.
There's something terribly
important I've got to do."
"He squeaked!" marveled Betty.
"He's adorable!" squealed Mary
It was no use. Young women
could .not speak his language.
Ralph was in despair. He thought
of Keith tossing feverishly in'his
bed and of his family huddled in
the mouse nest waiting for his
"But I don't see how we could
take him back to Wichita," said
" Betty sensibly. ",.We're, driving to
San Francisco and then to
Disneyland before we start back.
How could we carry him
thousands of miles?"
The two teachers looked
thoughtfully at Ralph, who knew
his fate depended on their decision.
Was he to be carried to Disneyland
and eventually to a ledge in a
kindergarten room in Wichita? Or
would they let him go? A third
possibility crossed Ralph's mind.
Perhaps they would leave him
under the glass for the housekeeper
to see. He hoped not. He did not
think he could last that long.
Already the inside of the glass was
beginning to feel warm and
"I suppose we really shouldn't
turn him loose in the hotel," said
Mary Lou. "Mice are pests even if
they are cute."
The teacher not only destroyed
Ralph's hopes, she hurt his
feelings as well, calling him a
.pest when he was on an errand of
mercy. From the mouse's. point of
view, the teachers were the pests.
"I know!" exclaimed Betty
suddenly, causing Ralph to look
over his shoulderfor a clue to
what it was she knew. "I know
how we can get rid of him without
The young teacher reached over
to the bedside table, where she
picked up a picture postcard. She
slid it carefully under the glass and
under Ralph's feet so that he was
now standing on a postcard. He
noticed the picture was of a giant
redwood tree, the same postcard all
travelers bought when they came
"Now what are you going to
do?" asked Mary Lou.
"Watch." Betty carefully lifted
the postcard, Ralph, and the glass,
and walked across the room.
Even though he knew- it was
useless, Ralph scrabbled around in
his tiny prison. He was afraid she
was taking him toward the-
washbasin. He had heard of mice
being drowned by people who did
not like traps.
The teacher walked not to the
washbasin, but to the open
window. She held Ralph across
the sill, removed the postcard from
the glass, and gave it a little jdrk
that shook Ralph off into the-
vines that grew up the side of the
"There," she said, and closed the
window, leaving Ralph clinging
to a vine high above the ground.
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