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City faces



Switching to a once-a-week
garbage collection schedule would
yield annual savings of nearly
$107,000 and the move tops a
laundry list of cost-saving
measures being considered by the
Perry City Council.
Council members are starting
the budget process for the next
fiscal year i2007-08j facing a
projected deficit of $750,000.
Nearly half of that number
($300,0001 is covered in a request
to purchase tvo new city fire
trucks, which the council is
expected to deny.
"That leaves us right at
$350,000 short," Cit Manager
Bob Bro- n told the council last
Brown also noted several key
assumptions during the budget
The millage rate for the 2007-
08 fiscal year. b\ state mandate. is
set at the rollback rate of 4.123
The budget includes an
employee salarN increase of three
The tentative budget includes
all requests b\ department heads.
Capital Outlay projects will be
funded through pro ected revenues
rather than resetries.
LiabilitN. auto and life
insurance premiums increased five
percent; medical increased six
percent; and workers' comp %went
up 17 percent. The budget
proposes to absorb medical..cost...
increases- of $700--per- year-per-
family. (The cia's total cost for
one family is %9.475 per year.)
All part-time crossing guard
positions ha\e been eliminated as
well as one full-time custodial
The council is expected to adopt
a tentative millage next week
-,* Please see page 8

City of Perry

Cost reductions
garbage collection
Close City Pool
-$50,000 est.,
-* 40% fewer street lights
*City assumes
management of
Veterans Memorial
-Park utilities
-City recreation
participants pay for
:.personal equipment

*End gas rate
*Charge for line
False alarm response
Increase building
permit fee


July 20-21, 2007

U.F. rep to address commissioners

County to vote on ethanol Monday

Taylor County Commissioners biomass, transportation the plant should be able to produce during Tuesday night's board as the tree capital of the south. That
voted to delay a decision on a infrastructure and support services one to two million gallons per year meeting, others asked for more means Taylor County has to be the
resolution of support for Buckeye's The university received a initially," Breer said in a letter to time, and ultimately the decision cellulose capital of the south.
application for the University of $20 million grant from the state to commissioners. "It is also was delayed until an already Taylor County should be involved I
Florida (UF) to consider siting a establish a research plant designed anticipated that this ethanol plant scheduled special meeting to be in any cellulose-to-ethanol
cellulose-to-ethanol research and to demonstrate and advance the could be expanded to process up to held Monday, July 23, at 6 p.m. A research.

demonstration facility within the
Buckeye announced Tuesday
that it was prepared to make a
competitive offer to provide the
university facility with utilities,

Two-vehicle crash

commercialization of cellulose-to-
ethanol technology, according to
Taylor County Economic
Developer Rick Breer.
"Design and construction will be
modular and it is anticipated that

100,000 tons of cellulosic biomass
to produce up to 10 million gallons
of fuel ethanol and co-products
While several commissioners
were ready to pass the resolution

representative from UF will be
present at the meeting to answer
Breer appeared at the meeting to
ask commissioners to pass the
resolution, saying, "We are known

(Prolo by Mark Viola)

Doctors' Memorial Hospital Emergency Medical Services Paramedic Robby English treats a man who was injured in a two-
vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon. The crash occurred around,3 p.m. on U.S. Hwy. 19 South in front of Huddle House.
Personnel from the Perry City Fire Department. Taylor County Fire/Rescue and the Perry Police Department (PPD) also
responded to the. scene. PPD officers re-directed traffic around the two damaged vehicles which were blocking both south-
bound lanes. Both drivers were transported from the scene.

"If you look at where our ethanol
comes from in this country, it
comes from corn. That is not
sustainable. The federal numbers
cannot be reached with corn
because of the pricing. We are
' either going to drive it or we're
going to eat it," Breer said.
"Cellulosic ethanol is
sustainable," he continued.
Breer added that by hosting the
plant here, Taylor County would be
supporting national and state -
efforts to increase the production
of green fuels and reduce
"* Please see page 3


takes out


The Taylor County Sheriffs
Office (TCSO) communications
tower was hit by a major lightning
strike Monday afternoon--the third
;time in as, many weeks.
A spokesman for the department
said the last strike completely
obliterated the communications
system, which is now operating
out of a command post on loan
from Dixie County.
"There has been no disruption of
service. Residents call still call
911 and we can dispatch
emergency personnel as needed,"
the spokesman said.
"As we speak, we have people
working fo get the main equipment
back up and running. At this time
we are unable to put a dollar figure
on the damage."

In Steinhatchee

Boat ramp one step closer to reality

The county could begin applying
for environmental permits for the
proposed Steinhatchee boat ramp
as soon as November.
That is according to engineer
Donnie Ellinton, who is overseeing
the project.
Ellington gave county
commissioners an update on the
project at the board's regular
meeting Tuesday, which was held
at Steinhatchee Community
The site is located west of the
former Gulf Breeze Marina on a
parcel of land at Fifth Avenue
North and Sixth Street West. The
property is owned by the
Conservancy Partnership, LLC,
which has agreed to donate the
land needed for the ramp and for
parking for 75 trucks and trailers if
the project is deemed permittable.
The county has secured a grant
through the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission's (FWC) Florida
Boating Improvement Program to
conduct a feasibility study for
engineering and design as well as
permitting preparation, County
Administrator Jack Brown said.
According to an early concept
plan presented to commissioners
Tuesday, a' new canal would
connect to the existing canal at
Fourth Street West. The turning
basin, ramp and parking would be
located between Fifth and Sixth

streets, with the entrance
connecting to Fifth Avenue North.
Geotechnical surveys of the site
should begin almost immediately,
Ellington said Tuesday. The
project team will begin work
shortly on finalizing the concept
plan in preparation for holding a
meeting with permitting agencies
in mid-to-late August.
After the design is completed,
mitigation plans will be developed
to offset wetland impacts,
Ellington said. He expects to
submit permit applications by late
October or November, depending
on the site investigation results.
He added that the Suwannee
River Water Management District
usually returns permits for "easy"
projects in 30-60 days.
"This is not an easy project," he
said, adding that he expects the
district to take 90 days or more to
complete its review.
Several federal agencies will
also be involved, which do not
have defined turnaround
schedules, Ellington said.
"I think we have a good, positive
project," he said.
He has received some positive
feedback from several agencies, he
Brown thanked the Steinhatchee
Boat Ramp Committee for time put
into locating a site, as well as
Chairman Earle Greene, who has
agreed to be project manager for

the ramp. He also expressed
appreciation to the Conservancy
Partnership and Fred Shore, whom
the partnership has designated as
special manager to work with the

"There has been a lot of effort to
this point," Greene said. "We've
got a plan to move forward."
The commission has
approximately $300,000 in
reserves set aside for the boat

With the county facing the
possibility of losing additional ad
valorem tax revenue should the
"-- Please see page 8

Steinhatchee Waterfronts
Shawna Beji, Craig Diamond and Jennifer Carver (from I to r) with the Florida Departmeht
of Community Affairs Florida Waterfronts Partnership program present Taylor County
Commission Chairman Malcolm Page and Grants Coordinator Melody Cox with a certificate
signifying Steinhatchee's recent designation as a Florida Waterfronts Community. The
presentation was made during Tuesday's commission meeting in Steinhatchee.

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A-2 Perry News-Herald July 20-21, 2007


: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 we recommend the many creeks and rivers that run through -" -
T.ylor County.

Grab a line and a pole and dive into some of Taylor County's greatest natural resources--a wealth of inviting creeks and rivers. A few of those natural wonders,:
iiicluding the Econfina (top right), Steinhatchee River (bottom right) and San Pablo Creek (left), are featured here in photos from the Florida State Archives;



on B

THE PERRY county law enforcement officers Brown, and Miss Carla Davis, WHO WON WHAT? :
NEWS-HERALD were dispatched to the scene. bride-elect of James H. Lee. W. E. Coxwell announced the
NEWS-HERALD Mr. and Mrs. T. Edwards winners in Wilson's Bait & TacklG6:
July 6, 1972 HAPPY celebrated their golden Fishing Contest. They included
NEWS anniversary. Carlton Thomley, Ralph SadleF-
3RECIOUS LITTLE' GOOD Angela Rebecca Hill was born to Kenneth Walker, Delmar Sadler,
NEWS ON FRONT PAGE Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hill on July 1, MEET THE 1972 Ed McLeod, James E. Jolley, Larry
sonists continued their attacks She weighed 3 pounds, 5.5 ounces. BULLDOGS Ratliff and Doyle Ratliff. Prizes-
uckeye Cellulose Corporation, Barbara Ann Brown was born to Coach Glynn Watts spotlighted included fishing rods, ice chest'
ng afire a truck holding diesel Mr. and Mrs. Willie Junior Brown the high school juniors he believed and tackle.
Th. ,h;riFf r.....trt thnt o on July 2. She weighed 7 pounds, would be starters for the 1972

possible suspect was seen leaving
the mill in a green Volkswagen
about the time of the 4 a.m. arson.
Arrests were expected. '
A sixth man was charged with
thefts at Sport-Craft, Inc.,
according to warrants issued by
Judge Ben Lindsey. Five former
employees of the boat plant had
already been. charged with
industrial theft. The men were said
to have been selling the stolen
supplies to another local boat
manufacturer, Perry Boat
Public drunkenness escalated to
an affray involving 100 people at
the Highway 98 Bar. Both city and

13.75 ounces.

Debi Fife and Ray Branch were
married June 16 in the First United
Methodist Church.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ralph
Massey announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Mary Ann, to Eddie Lamar
Angela Tate and Keith Blue
exchanged wedding. vows in a June
3 ceremony, also in the First
United Methodist Church.
Parties were held for Miss Paula
Lonbom, bride-elect of Cary

football season.
Heading the list was Thomas
Sneed who was expected to play
tackle or offensive end; not far
behind was Mike Spradley who at
age 16 was described as "rugged, a
good blocker and tough defensive
Watts also turned attention to
Ronnie Fleming, "a rugged and
complete football player who has
the tools and the desire to be the
best player he can be."
He praised the efforts of Jason
Jackson, Dennis Shaw, Ralph
Smith, Rocky Davis, Herman
Demps and Curtis Crews.

Perry's Mormons announced that
they would begin construction of a.
new church building on 6.92 acreS.,
off Woods Creek Road.
The announcement was made by-
Elder William M. Brown,
president of the Perry branch of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints.
Eighty percent of the funding
was expected from Salt Lake City,,
where the church is headquartered,
with 20 percent furnished by the
local congregation.
** Please see page 5

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A-3 Perry News-Herald July 20-21, 2007

'Would coal be used?'

Opponents question water usage, power source

Continued from page 1
dependence on fossil fuels.
."It would be an opportunity for
Taylor County to have a major
University of Florida research
facility here in the community, and
we're talking about long-term, 40
years. It would be an'opportunity
for Taylor County to become a
major manufacturer of ethanol if
the research is successful."
He pointed to the Taylor County
Development Authority, which
recently passed a similar
Commission Chairman Malcolm
Page said he attended an energy
conference in San Destin, during
which he heard from a Department
of Agriculture spokesperson on
cellulosic ethanol.
He said he asked about potential
environmental impacts from such
plants, but could not get answers
because "the research hasn't been
done yet."
:"I think it is an opportunity to
partner with the University of
Florida," he said. "We can do a
little part to help alleviate some of
our dependence on foreign energy.
"I don't want to rush into this,
bit from what I've seen, I don't feel

'If we all take the position, we want
It but not in our back yard, we
wouldn't have anything. The lights
would have lo go -out, we
Wouldn't have anything to run our
automobiles on, so I don't think we,
as responsible American citizens,
should always take the position that
;we want everything, but not in our
7 -Commissioner Rudolph Parker

any harm in this resolution."
"I don't know why Buckeye
would need a resolution. If it's a
good thing, it's going to go," said
Diane Whitfield, who was a vocal
critic of the proposed Taylor
Energy Center (TEC) and is a
current member of the Taylor
County Soil and Water
Conservation Board.
"If it's a good thing for Buckeye
and a good thing for the university,
they're going to say, 'We accept
Taylor County.' I'm not sure why
my government has to sign on
saying that you support that," she
She expressed concern over the
proposed plant's water usage as
well as how the plant would fuel
the process asking if coal would be
Joy Towles Ezell, another TEC
opponent who also serves on the
soil and water board, said she was
in Miami during Gov. Charlie
Crist's recent climate summit.
She raised several of the same
questions as Whitfield, adding
concerns over what chemicals
would be used at the plant and how
much wastewater would be
"It's difficult for me personally
to vote against anything that
produces green energy with the
energy climate in the state and the
country as a whole, but I want to be
cautious. I'd like to have a little
time to try to get some more
answers to some of my questions,"
Page said.
"I have nothing but respect for
the Taylor County Development
Authority, but I,want to personally
have more time to do research, so
at this time, I would decline on
voting for this resolution," said
Commissioner Pat Patterson.
"If we all take the position, 'we
want it but not in our back yard,'
we wouldn't have anything,"
Commissioner Rudolph Parker.
"The lights would have to go out,
we wouldn't have anything to run
our automobiles on, so I don't think
we, as responsible American
citizens, should always take the
position that we want everything,
but not in our backyard."
Parker pointed out that the plant
would have to go through state
permitting processes as would any
industrial facility.
"If it can get through their
permitting process, I don't have a
problem with it," he said.
"The problem I have is that
during the coal plant issue, we
heard green, green, green, green,"

Commissioner Mark Wiggins said.
"We're bringing in a green
industry, it seems to me, and I can't
understand it. I just don't
understand it. I'm sorry, but I don't.
"I think we need to pass a
resolution just to show support of
it," Wiggins continued. "The
permitting process--just like
Rudolph said, if there's something

'I think we need to pass a
resolution just to show support of
it. The permitting process--just
like Rudolph said, if there's
something wrong, it's going to be
taken care of. I feel like I'm
beating my head up against ihe
-Commissioner Mark Wiggins
Responding to concerns
regarding ethanol proposal

wrong, it's going to be taken care
of. I feel like I'm beating my head
up against the wall."
"I did not say I was against it,"
Patterson said. "I did not say I was
for it. I just want to have more
She made a motion to table the
issue. Page seconded, but the
measure died in a 2-2 vote.
Commission Clay Bethea, due to
his employment with Buckeye,
abstained from voting on the issue.
Parker then made a motion to
pass the resolution, with Wiggins
seconding. This' measure also
failed in a 2-2 vote.
Patterson then made a motion to
re-agenda the resoltiion at ihe,
board's next regular meeung on
Monday, Aug. 6. Parker seconded
and the measure passed 4-0.
The commission then called for
a short recess.. Following the break,
Michelle Curtis, who serves on a
regional advisory council to the
Florida Agricultural Council, said
she would contact experts at UF

and ask them speak to
commissioners at a special meeting
Monday. The commission has
already scheduled the meeting to
tentatively set its millage rates as
part of its ongoing budget process.
Patterson motioned to rescind
the decision to postpone the issue
until August. The measure
passed and the board subsequently
voted 4-0 to discuss the issue.
When asked Thursday, Curtis
said she had been in contact with

UF and they would send someone
to Monday's meeting, which will
be held in the Taylor County
Courthouse Annex.
Breer said Thursday that he was
optimistic the commission will
adopt the resolution at the meeting.
"Commissioners are reviewing
all the facts. That's good," he said.
"The public strongly supports
moving toward the use of green
fuels in Florida. I'm hopeful Taylor
County's elected officials can
support the ethanol research that's

Win a new truck!

A new Ford F-150, Harley Davidson edition, valued at $43,000, is the
grand prize in a "Hole-in-One Contest" planned as part of the 14th annual
Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce Golf Scramble Friday, Aug.
Timberland Ford is sponsoring the grand prize for the hole-in-one
competition, Chamber Director Dawn Taylor said..
"We will also be offering chances to purchase mulligans as well as
trying your luck in the longest drive contest, closest to the pin contest and
the scratch-off challenge for a chance to win a new set of clubs. For a
nominal fee at Hole #9 you can tee off from the Ladies Tee for half of the
cash taken in from the fees," she said.
Breakfast, sponsored by Burger King, will begin at 8 a.m., with tee-off
soon after. Lunch, sponsored by Subway, will be provided to all players.
"Dozens of local business leaders will be participating in this very
popular event. The day promises to be a good one with many local
business leaders networking and working together to support the chamber.
To reserve your team, hole sponsor or to find out how you can get
involved, please give us a call at 584-5366."

being advocated by the governor,
legislature and the University of
Florida," Breer continued.
He added that if the county
commission adopts a resolution
favorable to ethanol research, he
will consider asking officials with
the Taylor County Soil and Water
Conservation Board to adopt a
similar measure.
"Producing green fuels should
be one of the issues that everyone
in the community can support,"
Breer said.

Buckeye wants

UF to site new

facility here

The headline in Wednesday's
Taco Times concerning a
University of Florida proposal
to place a cellulose-to-ethanol
research facility here may have
been misleading.
Buckeye has not applied for a
$20 million grant as the
headline implied, but is seeking
to locate the facility here. The
2007 Florida Legislature
appropriated the $20 million to
the university to build the






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A-4 Perry News-Herald July 20-21, 2007

Gunter, Ricketson to

marry next summer
Joseph and Glenda Gunter of Raiford announce the engagement of their
daughter, Julee Kay, to Dustan Shawn Ricketson, the son of Connie
Gibson of Perry.
The bride-to-be graduated from Union County High School and the
University of North Florida. She is a special education teacher at Lake
Butler Middle School.
The groom-to-be graduated from Taylor County High School. He is
employed with the Florida Department of Corrections. His grandparents
are Ellene Ricketson an the late Rex Ricketson.
Formal invitations will be extended for the June; 2008, wedding, but
friends and family members are cordially invited.
LeAnn Vann, Troy Lee Thompson IV

ann, Thompson will say vows in October

FMr. and Mrs. Joe Vann of Eridu announce the engagement of heir
daughter, LeAnn, to Troy Lee Thompson IV of Perry, the son of Troy Lee
'iompson III of Perry. The prospective groom is also the son of the latp
artina (Mickey) Thompson.' '
The bride-to-be is the granddaughter of Elbert and Juanita Sever of.
Iunont, and Charlie and Pat Vann of Eridu.
She is a 2005 graduate of Taylor County High School, and a 2006
aduate of the North Florida Cosmetology Institute in Tallahassee, Miss
'mnn is a licensed cosmetologist at His, Hers and Ours in Perry.
:The prospective groom is the grandson of Polly and Chuck Kincaid of
Irry, and Troy and Mary Thompson of Mayo. His maternal grandparents
.e the late Pilar and Maria Villalba of Safford, Ariz.
He: is a 1999 graduate of Taylor County High School, and attended
i-rth Florida Community College as well as Webpr College of Babson.
I is currently employed with T&R Marine in Perry
he couple plans to wed on Oct. 20, 2007, at Pleasant Grove Baptist

Josh Johnson.
Congratulations on an outstanding baseball
season and welcome
'.to the ; ", "-
2007 Baseball world Series in
Kissimmee, Fla., July 22-30

Mom, Dad, Christina & Family
We are proud of you and all you
have accomplished in your life!


Good luck and we love you!

We would like to thank you from the
bottom of our hearts.
Ms. Edna L. Benton was lost from us on June 19th. We (the family)
would like to give our deepest and most sincere and heartfelt thank you
to Dr. Sofi and Big Bend Hospice for helping Ms. benton have one of
her last wishes granted, to be home in her final days. If not for the love
and care of these people, this would not have been possible and thank
you will never give our feelings justice.
We would also like to thank everyone for their donations, prayers and
for the food. Your comfort, help and compassion has touched our entire
family. Everyone's love and comfort during this time will be something
we will all carry for the rest of our lives. We pray that God blesses each
and every one of you. We would also like to thank the Antioch Revival
Center and Crosspoint Church for the wonderful meal they provided
us We would like to thank the firefighters, EMT and AirMedic One
crew for going above and beyond in their care and concern. To Mr.
Mikey Blair and Glenda Strickland, what you did for our family and for
Ms. Benton was something only you could do and we thank you.
To Big Bend Hospice, no matter the time of day, you were there for all
of us. our questions, our concerns, you were there. You have shown
this family that what you do is not just a job, it is a love for people and a
love to help. May God bless each and every one of you.
This letter is only a symbolic attempt to let everyone know how much
we appreciate all of you, because our thanks and appreciation will never
be able to put into words. To everyone who was not personally
mentioned, we give you a hug and a prayer and say thank you from the
bottom of our hearts.

Church in Eridu at 5 p.m.
All friends and family are cordially invited.

Ashley Renee Ricketson, Stephen Shane Brock

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July wedding to unite

Ricketson and Brock,
Tim and Lisa Noles of Shady Grove, along with Rick and 'Diapg:t
Ricketson of Tallahassee, announce the forthcoming marriage of thoC-E:
daughter, Ashley Renee Ricketson, to Stephen Shane Brock, the son __
Marty and Karen Brock of Perry.
Grandparents of the bride-to-be are Ellene Ricketson of Perry, the late
Rex Ricketson, Jack and Faye Jackson of Lake Bird, as well as Randall
and Carolyn Noles of Perry.
The grandparents of the groom-elect are the Rev. James and Betty Bo6x R
of Perry, and Lyndall and Ruth Brock of Arkansas.
The couple will be married on July 28, 2007, at 6 p.m. in Calvary
Baptist Church. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. .

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Come join the

Benefit Poker Run

9afurday, July 21
Registration starts at 10:00 m
Last Bike Out 11:00 a.m.

Burger King
$20 per bike, $5 additional rider
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A-5 Perry News-Herald July 20-21, 2007

Bachside wedding unites couple
DUanielle Anderson and Trell Williams were married May
26: 2007, in a beachside ceremony in Jacksonville. The
bride is.the daughter of Wayne and Betty Anderson of Perry.
the groom is the son of Ernie Williams of St. George, Ga., and
decile Childers of Palatka. The couple now resides in


Cruce Family
to gather Sunday
The annual Cruce Reunion will
be held Sunday, July 22, at Forest
Capital Park located on U.S. 19
Lunch will be shared .at 12:45
p.m.; family members are asked to
bring a basket of food and any
Ice, cups, plates, napkins and
cutlery will be provided.
Questions? Please call Dub
Cruce at 584-7718.

Scott Family to lead
worship at New Mt.
Zion on Sunday
The Scott Family will "converge
on Perry this weekend to share
precious moments together,
concluding with worship at New
Mt. Zion Baptist Church at 11 a.m.
on Sunday."
Several family members,

including Ministers Xavier Staten,
Brigette Morton, Sheila Turner and
Vernita Williams, will be speakers
for the service.
The family choir will sing.
The public is invited by the Scott
Family and also Pastor Izell
Montgomery Jr., pastor of the

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Wilson will represent

Taylor at 4.H Congress
Maisie Wilson will represent Taylor County at 4-H State Congress in
Gainesville Tuesday, July 24, competing in the Share-the-Fun Talent
She qualified at both the county and district levels to advance to the state
level competition. Wilson will be performing a musical act titled "My
Strongest Suit."
She is a tenth grade homeschooler and is- the daughter of Barry and
Carla Wilson.

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Three editorials appeared in this edition, chastising:
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society's inclination to' suggr-coat the language for
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2007 Conference
July 20-22
Men and
Guest Speakers women are
ret e,:tan Alzo Slade welcome to attend
Hardy Scarborough the evening
Richard Marcello sessions. No fee
or registration.
Evening sessions on Friday and e quired. -
Saturday at 7:00 p.m.
Four powerful sessions on Saturday
Lunch served on Saturday

Friday, July 20
7:00 p.m. Praise & Worship, Speaker Richard Marcello
Saturday, July 21

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12:00 p.m.
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2:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
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Break Time
Second Session, Speaker Richard Marcello
Break for Lunch (a light lunch will be offered at the church)
Third Session, Speaker Hardy Scarborough *
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Well, as the thunderstorms
allow so goes the fishing and the
scalloping. Trout have gotten
tougher in the 85+ degree waters
of the Gulf; but this happens
every year and we should still be
getting limits; however the recent
LOW pressure holding over the
southeastern U.S. has kept the
trout a little reticent.
I took Jamie Cline, aka
"Sputnik" and his pal Justin
Womack aka "Jethro" from
Atlanta, Ga., out last Thursday
and we got chased off by the two
inch rain the beach had and still
caught three fish over 23 inches
long! Jamie had a 24 iricher and
one 23.5 inches while Justin
caught a 24.5 inch trout to top off
the box., We caught all our fish on
live pinfish fished under Cajuns in
7 8 feet of water.
Friday, I took Keith Watson,
with Henry Hart and his son
William out and we managed 10
keeper trout and threw back a

thing trips
couple of short reds. We caught all
our fish on live pinfish under
Cajun Thunders from 6 8 feet of
The weather took Saturday for
my charter, yet Cal Beanblossom
and Glen Floyd of Sylvester went
out and got six trout and two nice
reds using live pinfish under
Cajun Thunders in 6 7 feet of
I watched folks clean, scallops
all week and into the weekend, so
I doubt anyone didn't get their
limit. Seems the scalloping is just
getting better as July moves
along. I haven't been in yet to
pick any up, since getting some
for pictures preseason, but hope to
go this week.
Hadn't heard any offshore reports
.except, this brief one: Dion
Knight and his wife Julie did get
out for an-hour or two and caught
two gags on the first two baits
they put on the bottom and then
tried to troll up a few to no avail
last Thursday.

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A-6 Perry News-Herald July 20-21, 2007

15-U All-Stars win-

first game at state

Keaton Beach
_ ____ Fishing Report

-storms hamper

Billy Pillow of Woods 'n Water fame, shows off a fat Taylor
County trout he caught recently while fishing with Pat
McGriff of One More Cast Guide Service.

Graham hits

.750 in state


Perry residents Steve and Maejean
Holton, recently batted .750 in the
.- state tournament as he helped lead
^his Tallahassee 12-under all star
team to the state title.
Graham plays for the Levy Park
#_ team which competed in the Cal
Ripken State 12B Division
Tournament in Ocala.
The leftfielder had 15 hits in 20
trips to the plate as his team went

SGraa ple is ,the son of J~fv ar
S Tammy (Holton) Gr'ham of
Tallahassee. His paternal
grandparents are Dana and
Holton Graham Maryann Graham.

Southerland also drove in three.
Chris Morgan added one hit and
scored three times.
Perry was slated to take on host
Fernandina Beach at 5:30 p.m.
Thursday with Ratliff scheduled to
take ilic mound.
On Friday, Perry will go up-
against Mandarin at 5:30 p.m.
before taking on Wakulla Saturday
at 3 p.m.
The tournament is divided into
two pools with the top two teams
from each pool advancing to the
single-elimination championship
round scheduled for Monday..
Other teams competing in the
tournament include Ponte Vedra,
Jacksonville Beach, West Duval,
Lake City, Julington Creek,
Chiefland, San Jose, Marietta and

DMH to provide physical

Staff from Doctors' Memorial
Hospital will be offering free
physical for Taylor County High
and Middle School athletes
planning to participate this year.
'The physical will be held
Tuesday, July 31 from 5:30 p.m.
until 7:30 p.m. in the high school

Athletes must have a parent or.
guardian with them at the'
physical. They must also pick up..
forms in the front office of the.
high school and have them filled
out prior to getting their
For more information, call 838-
2525, ext. 6.

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Perry's 15-under All-Stars
defeated Fort Caroline 12-1
Thursday in the opening game of
the State Babe Ruth Baseball
Tournament being played this
week in Fernandina Beach.
After giving up one run in the
top of the first, Perry shut down
the Fort Caroline team for the rest
of the contest, which was called
after five innings due to the 10-run
mercy rule.
Charlie Johnson started on the
mound for Perry giving up only
three hits through four innings.
William Wentworth came on in
the fifth to close out the game,
giving up only one hit.
Johnson also led the team at the
plate with a 3-3 effort. Getting
two hits in three trips to the plate
were Taylor Ratliff, Wil Joiner
and Tony Southerland.

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A-7 Perry News-Herald July 20-21, 2007

With crash wash, V.B.S.

Steinhatchee youth plan for busy week

Youth wash cars Saturday in Steinhatchee
The youth group for Friendship Chapel Church of God will hold a car
wash on Saturday, July 21, from 8 a.m. until at Steinhatchee School. A $7
fee per car is requested, as well as donations.
, V.B.S. set in Steinhatchee
Vacation Bible School will being Monday, July 23, in Steinhatchee at
Friendship Chapel Church of God, and continue until Friday, July 27, with
classes from 10 a.m. until noon. Everyone is invited.
A.Fuh Day for Jesus will follow on Saturday, July 28, from 10 a.m. until
with hot dogs, popcorn and inflatables promised. Pastor Chester Ash
invites everyone to attend; for information, please call Chris or Rose
Jarrell at 498-1630.
Men's conference this weekend
A" men's conference will be held at Evangel Christian Fellowship this
weekend, July 20-22, with four "powerful sessions" scheduled. Guest
speakers include Richard Marcello, Hardy Scarborough and Alzo Slade.
Pastor Justin Webb said, "This will be a relevant, empowering time,
focusing on breaking free and fulfilling our destinies. Please join us."
No registration is required; evening meetings are open to all men and
women. For more information, please call Webb at 838-3222.
Prepare to get wet at Pisgah Baptist!
Vacation Bible School will begin Monday, July 23, at Pisgah Baptist
Church and continue until Friday, July 27, with supper served each,
evening at 5:30, followed by classes from 6-8 p.m. Children three years
through sixth grade are invited to participate in this "Water Works" event,
but prepare to get wet!
Commencement will be held on Sunday, July 29, followed by a Family
Fun Day featuring food, games, water slides and fellowship. For more
information, please call the church at 584-3983.
Puppets perfornf Sunday
New Hope Community Church presents the Turning Point Puppets and


team will visit

Mt. Carmel
The nationally known, gospel-
singing ventriloquist team, David
an:c Rusty, will host a family
crusade at 6 p.m. on Sunday, July
29, with services continuingat Mt.
Caimel Baptist Church through
Tu jy, A 2 atV7 each nig ,
V and Rusty travel fullr(
froti Florida to California and
they have received the "Christian
Humiorist of the Year" award in
2062, 2003, 2004 and 2006 at the
anriual Gospel Post Fan Awards.
'The event will also feature live
*music, games, Bible stories and
IPstor Billy Gipson encourages
everyone to make plans to attend.

In Loving Memory of
July 29, 1912
July 20, 2005

The Broken Chain
:We little knew that morning,
: that God was going to call
:-. your name.
:-In life we loved you dearly.
in death we do the same
SI broke our hearts to lose
you, you did not go alone,
for part of us went with
you the day God called
you home.
You left us peaceful
r-memories, your love is still
-. our guide, and though we
cannot see you, you are
always at our side
Our family chain is broken,
= and nothing seems the
same, but as God calls us
one by one, the chain will
link again

S With love,
The Potter Family
The Woods Family
: The Richard Family

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guest speaker, Martha Hartley, on Sunday, July 22, at 11 a.m. Everyone is
welcome! The church is located at 100 E. Oak St., across from the Jiffy
Store on North Jefferson Street.
Southland Quartet sings in Steinhatchee
Steinhatchee Methodist will welcome Southland Quartet back on July
28 at 7 p.m. A free will offering will be taken.
The church urges, "Come join us. We are still located across from
Casey's Cove in Jena."
Tenth anniversary to be celebrated Sunday
The New Beginning Church Family will celebrate the church's 10th
anniversary on Sunday, July 22, at 11 a.m. Pastor Nathaniel Hodges and
the Mt. Herman United Methodist Church of Fairfield, Va., will lead
. services. Dinner will follow.
Evangelist Carrie Chisholm White, pastor, and Assistant Pastor Sammie
L. White, elder, invite everyone to attend.

Little Bethel to host concert July 26
The Rev. Lawrence E. Gantt, known as the "horn blowin' preacher," will
be live in concert Thursday, July 26, at Little Bethel A.M.E. Church.
He will be performing selections 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.
Back to School celebration planned
On July 28, Potter's House Outreach Ministry will present a Back To
School celebration at Gerald Walker Park from 11 am. until 3 p.m.
Hamburgers and hot dogs will be served, and gospel music will be
presented. Give-aways of clothes and school supplies are also planned,

SSt. Johns Christian
S undaySchool 10.00 axm. 7:00 p.m.
: oringWotshlip 11.0 i.O., T ,ay Meeting
Nwuery and Childre'sMinistry Provided
S' (ca at the intersedion of PtettRd, wandGotf Course Rn)
Mark McEIfresh, pastor .84-7251

Ash Street*

601 West Ash Street

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worshi ,10:45 a.m.
Church Ph: 584-6155

SuAday Evening
Wed. Bible Class

6:00 p.m.
7:00. p.m.

Carl Desmartin: 223-3210

ry vtig s ch of God
r s .- .: : rSunday School 10:00-10:45
g.- W orship Service 11:00 -12:00
-H^.. Children's Church 11:00 -12:00

Nursery provided with adult supervision 9:45-12:00
Mike Hicks, pastor
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992

'First United Methodist Church>

L- Open Hearts Open Minds & Open Doors
"The People of the United Methodist Church"

302 N. Jefferson St. Perry, Fl, (850) 584-308 fax (850) 223-2460
Rev. James Taylor, pastor nurs Zovided Email

IP Sunday Night
a Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
: Choir Practice 6:00 6:45
Sunday Service 7:00 8:00
Wednesday Night
Youth Group 6:00 7:30
Study Group 7:00

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along with blood pressure and blood sugar checks.
A prayer tent will encourage intercessory prayer for families and


Sat. 6 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
CCD & Adult Education Classes
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Sunday Worship Services '\ 1
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:,ju am .uiun ay cnwo
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.

S Vacation
Bible School
SJuly 23-27, 2007
WHERE: Perry First Church of God TIME: 5:30 8:00 pm
U.S. Highway 221 AGES: 5-12
PHONE: (850) 584-7992
GONE FISHING VBS takes students on an enjoyable
fishing trip. Each night students will be fishing for something
important to Christians: fishing for forgiveness, fishing for love,
fishing for people. The theme is based on. Matthew 4:19, "Follow
me and I will make you fishers of men."
There will be an adult class available for parents who would like to attend.

If you know Jesus Christ as your Lord and
Savior, you are an heir of God.
"Therefore, you are no longer a slave but a son, and if a
son, then an heir of God through Christ." -Gal. 4:7
Lakeside Baptist Church
"A Place to Call Home"

Sunday Services
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship

Wednesday Services
7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Mission Activities
Steven Ruff, pastor
Hwy. 27 584-5688

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Badcockic ,
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Goodman's BBQ
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Hosted by Theme:.

Lively Music Gospel Illustrations
Exciting Bible Stories Great Prizes
Family Fun Refreshments and More!

Sun., July 22 6:00 p.m.

David & Rust Mon.,July 23- Thurs., July 26
David A & R A is 7:00-8:30 p.m. nightly
) Gospel Ventriloquist Team

3255 W. U.S. 98 For more information, call (850) 584-5915



A-8 Perry News-Herald July 20-21, 2007

City council dives into proposed budget cuts Tuesday

Continued from page 1
during its regular meeting and
should begin looking at the
reduction and revenue
recommendations, Brown said
"The difference between
keeping the millage rate we had
last year and adopting the rollback

rate as mandated by the Legislature
is about $120,000. So between that
and inflation, we are looking at a
deficit of about $475,000. This list
of proposed cuts and revenue
improvements is merely food for
'thought--the council can decided
what it wants to do or .a
combination of things. However,
. anything they choose not to do this
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An early concept plan for the prd'osed Steinhatchee boat ramp shows a new
4eanal connecting to the existing canal at Fourth Street. A turn-around basin, ramps
'and parking will be located between Fifth and Sixth streets, with the entrance
connecting to Fifth Avenue North.

next year, assuming the homestead
exemption amendment passes as
everyone expects it will. This
year's budget process will be a
walk in the park compared to next
year," Brown said.
Actions that would result in
potential savings and increased
revenue include:
Closing City Pool would net a
savings of an estimated $50,000
(the average cost to the city is $54
per swimmer) while turning off 40
percent of all city streetlights
would save $25,000 a year.
The city managing utilities at
Veterans Memorial Park would
result in a savings of some
$17,704. (The June water bill for
the park was $1,900; electric,
$342; and gas, $312.)
Standardizing the city's portion
of employee health insurance
premiums would save $56,620.
(Currently the rate paid by the city

varies by employee category,
going as high as 78 percent for a
family rate plan.)
Other suggestions include
having players pay for personal
equipment used during the city
recreation league seasons and
eliminating ball association

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memberships; raising fees
for recreation participation falls in
the revenue improvements
Another way the city could beef
up its bottom line is to end a
temporary gas rate discount
instituted when gas prices reached
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an all-time high. This would bring
in an projected $129,037.
Charging for line locations
would result in an $82,000 income
increase and instituting a fee for
multiple false alarms (security)
would bring in a projected


earmark funds

for boat ramp

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proposed constitutional
amendment changing the Save
Our Homes exemption is passed,
however, the county could be
relying heavily on grant funds to
complete the project.
Later in Tuesday's meeting,
county commissioners agreed
unanimously to earmark the future
sale of a land parcel the county
owns in Steinhatchee for the boat
County Grants Coordinator
Melody Cox approached the
commission about selling the
parcel, but while commissioners
agreed that the county had no
use for the land and should sell it,
the current real estate market
was not conducive for selling it
now, they agreed.

Thursday morning fire
Firefighters with the City Fire Department rand Taylor County Fire/Rescue responded
'Tuesday morning to a report of a dryer on fire at the Pace Street residence shown above:
Personnel with the Perry Police Department, Taylor County Sheriff's Office and Doctors'
Memorial Hospital Emergency Medical Services also arrived at the scene.

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Taylor County's Take Stock in
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July 24, from 1:30-3:30 p.m., at
the Alton H. Wentworth
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Class of 1968
The Taylor County High School Class
of 1968 is forming a planning committee
for its 40th class reunion to take place in
2008. The meeting will be held Saturday,
July 28, at 6 p.m., in the Union Hall at the
corner of Old Dixie Hwy. and Plantation
Rd. All class members and spouses are
urged to attend.

Giving blood
The blood stocks at the
Southeastern Community Blood
Center increased by 30 units recently
when Buckeye and Frucon employees
donated during Buckeye's annual site
drive. The -non-profit blood center
serves 27 north Florida and south
Georgia counties, including Taylor.
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: When "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix,"
.ihe fifth movie based on the fantasy series by J. K.
,Rowling, was released last weekend, it was guaranteed
Zjo be a box office success. The first four films have
earned a combined $3.5 billion in worldwide receipts.
What was less certain %\as whether the much-
-anticipated adaptation would li e up to the mass\ e hype
surrounding all things Harry Potter.
In this film, series newcomer, director Da% id Yates.
Jakes the helm to adapt Ro ling's longest noel (N71(i
:pages). While he and screen" writer Michael Goldenberg
Staking over for Steve Kloves. w ho adapted the first four
novels) never really had a chance to make a completely
faithful adaptation, they do succeed in making an
enjoyablee movie that stands w ell on its ow n
In the film, we first find Harr back at home w ith his
inuggle (non-magical) relatives one month after the
tragic events at the end of the pre ious mo" ie in which
the dreaded Lord Vordemort restored his bods and
power, killing one of Harry's classmates in the process.
Cut off from news from the w izarding world. Harry is
:becoming despondent 'and angry To make manels
$vorse, he and his cousin Dudley are attacked by,
dementors, the horrific guards of Azkaban prison he met
-in the third film.
: He survives the encounter, and is subsequently
.rescued by the titular Order of the Phoenix. an
organization formed by Albus Dumbledore during
IVoldemort's first reign of terror
;; It should be noted that while "Order of the Phoenm\"
'was the longest book, at 138 minutes. it is the shortest
:movie to date. In the book, Harrm does t een arrie at
-school until page 200. Those pages, ho'we'er, are
-condensed into about 20 or so minutes on screen. w which
gives the film a very rushed feel to start.
SBook fans will note a few% extras, like quick
appearances by the house elf Kreacher and the infamous
"Mistress Black portrait.
For everyone else, however, it is at Hog% arts that the
,:novie finally begins to hit its stride. The minister led b\
Corneliu Fudee.-is n-trying hs bet to. .nvi-ie h;-
:" izarding world that Harms story about o\ldemort ,
:-return is a lie and doing everything it can to discredit
aim and his biggest ally, Dumbledore.
To aid in that aim, they appoint a new Defense
,Against the Dark Arts teacher, Delores Umbridge,
(:Imelda Staunton), a wickedly vile woman who has a
'penchant for wearing pink.
Umbridge refuses to teach the students any practical
defense, telling an indignant Harry that, "There is
nothing out there, dear! Who do you imagine would
,want to attack children like yourself?"
In defiance to the increasing authoritarian control
iJmbridge wields over the school. Harry. along
:,vith his friends Ron and Hermione. loin together
:ith other Daniel Radcliffe in "Harry Po
:students to and the Order of the Phoen
:form a covert ,+-. --
bOrganization to teach -.
-themselves the skills they may
.peed to survive the coming war.
: Those who enjoyed the action-filled
'Goblet of Fire" may be disappointed
.with the lack of action throughout most of
;the middle act of this film, as the store\ is much
more character driven this time around Harr and
E3the others are now 15, a very turbulent age for
anyone, let alone someone who has a et il sorcererl
.obut to get him. The novelty of being in the
inagical world has worn off for' Harry and
-thanks to Umbridge, his life at Hogu arts is
-not a pleasant experience at all.
:Yates, like the directors before him
:.(Chris Columbus, Alfonso Cuaron and
'Mike Newell), brings his own take on
,-the Harry Potter universe. He also
;draws out excellent performances
.from his actors, especially Daniel

August 3-5, 10-12
Theatre A La Carte opens its new
season with the 'The Scarlet
Pimpernel" at the Tallahassee Little
Theatre. For tickets, call 850-224-8474
or visit
September 6-16
Tallahassee Little Theatre presents
Neil Simon's "Biloxi Blues." Auditions
will be held July 29-30. Tickets for the
production, directed by Matt
McCormick, can be purchased at or by
calling 850-224-8474.

Sunday, Sept. 23
Violinist Chlo6 Hanslip will kick off the
Tallahassee Artist Series' 2007-08
season with a performance at 2:30
p.m. in the Opperman Music Hall.'For
more information, call 850-224-9934 or

Radcliffe as Harry. The acting seemed to take a dip
during Newell's "Goblet of Fire," so it was heartening to
see the improvement. "Radcliffe, as well as Emma
Watson and Rupert Grint (Hermione and Ron), give
some of their best performances of the series, showing
once again that the. are
perfect in theu roles. WHAT CAME BEFORE...
Michael Gambon. "Harry Potter and
\ ho had the unenviable the Sorcerer's Stone"
task of taking over the Directed by Chris Columbus
role of Dumbledore An I1 -year-old Harry finds the wonderful
after Richard Harris truth that he is a wizard and has been
died between the invited to enroll at Hogwarts School of
second and third films. WitchcraftandWizardry.Whilethere.he
seems to ha\e finally seeks answers to a mystery that may lead
found the right mix of him face to lace with the evil wizard
authority and responsible for his parents' deaths
playfulness that makes "Harry Potter and
the headmaster such a the Chamber of Secrets"
wonderfull character in Directed by Chris Columbus '
the books. I w as turned Harry returns to Hogwarts, but someone
off b) his performance seems to be targeting students who are
in 'Goblet ,of Fire." but not full-blooded wizards.With the whole
I'm no"t looking school on edge. many students believe
forward to seeing his Harry is the prime suspect.
uork in the "Harry Potter and .
forthcoming Halt- the Prisoner of Azkaban"
Blood Prince.' in \ which Directed byAlfonso Cuaron
he gets an extended The wirarding world's most notorious
role, a movie also criminal, a known follower of the Dark
directed by Yates. Lord Voldemort, has escaped and is
Imelda Staunton tracking down the boy responsible for his
plays Limbridge just as master's downfall, Harry Potter.
I imagined her from the "Harry Potter and
books Her smile whilee the Goblet of Fire"
torturing Harry in Directed by Mike Newell
detention was enough After someone mysteriously enters his
to give me name, Harryfinds himself the partcipant
goosebumps in the Triwizard Tournament, competing
New, comer E, anna po n

thousands ot other girls
to play Harry's classmate Luna Lovegood, plays the
goofy and airy character perfectly. She provides some
great moments in the film.
While Yates improves on the failings of "Goblet," the
finished product still feels rushed in places as the movie
races onto its climatic conclusion. While Cuaron's
"Prisoner of Azkaban" is still the
most stylish film of the series, I
think "Order of the Phoenix"
has the, best mix of good
filmmaking while giving the
audience enough information
for non-book fans to
tter understand.
nix" A The films, like the books, are
growing darker as Harry and his
S. friends grow. Parents should
take note of the movie's PG-
". I13 rating, but children who
made it through "Goblet of
S .* Fire' should not have a problem
.. ith this one.
S" After four movies, the
S, franchise could have grown stale,
.:, ". but Y'ates gives us an excellent tale
ith superb acting and a mind-
S. V; blowing magical battle that
outshines just about every
action scene so far in the
series. While far from a perfect
-adaptation, with the feeling at times that
we're racing along to make it to the finish
before the end credits roll, "Harry Potter
and the Order of the Phoenix" has more
.than enough to please fans of the books
and the movies.


Sunday, july 22
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will
perform at Jacksonville Veterans
Memorial Arena at 7:30 p.m. for the
Soul2Soul Tour 2007. For ticket
information, call 904-353-3309 or
Tuesday, July 24
Beyonce will be live at the Amway*
Arena in Orlando for her "The Beyonc6
Experience" tour. The show begins at 8
p.m. For more information, visit or call
Wild Adventures Amusement Park in
Valdosta, Ga., continues its weekly
concerts. Upcoming shows include:
July 21, Third Day; July 28, Kenny
Rogers; Aug. 4, Jo-Jo and Paula
DeAnda; Aug. 11, Hootie & The
Blowfish. Visit
for more information.

July 10-21
Comedienne Spanky Brown will be
performing at the Comedy Zone in
Tallahassee, located at the corner of
Gadsden and,Tennessee.streets.
Comic Shane McConnaghy will open.
For reservations, call 850-575-4242 or
Saturday, July 21
"It's Showtime! Gospel Apollo 2007",
will showcase area gospel peformers
as they compete in Lee Hall
Auditorium at FAMU for a cash prize
and recording-studio time. Tickets are
available for $10; call the FAMU Box
Office at 850-322-7769.
August 8-9
Thomas & Friends will be live on stage
at the Tallahassee/Leon County Civic
Center in "Thomas Saves the Day."
The 90-minute musical will begin
each night at 7 p.m. For tickets, visit or call 800-322-3602.

announced its 2007-08 season,
which organizers are calling "one
of the best entertainment deals in
North Florida, offering exceptional
talent and variety."
Back to the Big Bands
with Larry McWilliams
Date: Thursday, Sept. 27
Location: Van H. Priest Auditorium
Time: 7 p.m.
Hometown favorite Larry
McWillfams and a 17-piece-band
take listeners on a musical journey
of big band favorites.
McWilliams is professor of
music performance and director of
jazz ensembles
at Ball State
University in ... .
Indiana, but his .,

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Dance Alive .
America Dances
Date: Thursday, Feb. 14, 2008
Location: Van H. Priest Auditorium,
Time: 7 p.m.
A night of dancing entertainment
by one of the most distinguished
and creative ballet companies in
the Southeast--
National "
Ballet. An
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Pastures of Plenty: A
Tribute to Woody Guthrie
Date: Thursday, March 6, 2008 ,,
Location: Van H. Priest Auditorium.:
Time: 7 p.m.
An exciting evening of darice
and music inspired by the "father
of the American folksong revival,"
Woody Guthrie.
Enjoy "Old Timey" and
Bluegrass banjo; Carter Family
style autoharp
and harmonies;
Western, and
New England-
style fiddling;
and Southern
Appalachian Clog Dancing;
Western style squares and Virginia
Reels: New England cont-a
dances, and Harlem's Savoy Style
LindN Hop. Guthrie tunes include
'This Land is Your Land," '
Performances are held at Van H.
Priest Auditorium, located on the
NFCC campus. Contact the NFCC
information' at 850-973-1653 b'r -
Tickets are priced as follow':
adult season pass (reserved), $50;
adult season pass (open seating),
$40; child season pass, $30; adiUlt
ticket, $11; child ticket (ages '1-2
and under), $6; and NFCC
students, $6.

Take a walk, look at the birds

at Suwannee River State Park

The Friends of the Suwannee
River State, are sponsoring two
birding walks through the park set
for Saturday, July 28, and
Saturday, August 25. Each walk
begins at 8 a.m.
Those wishing to attend are
asked to meet at the ranger station
in the Suwannee River State Park,
13 miles.west of Live Oak on U.S.

Harry Potter's

story comes to

an end tonight
Harry Potter fans across the
country will be waiting in line
tonight (July 20) for midnight
to arrive and along with it the
seventh and final novel by
author J.K. Rowling, "Harry
Potter and the Deathly Hallows."

There is an entrance fee to the
park. The walk will take-place
along trails within the park.
For information about the park,
suwanneeriver. For more details
about the walk and-the Friends f
the Suwannee River State. Park,
contact: Beth and Walter
Schoenfelder at850-971-5354 ':or

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The art of one-stroke painting will be taught by craft square
demonstrator Linda Ruwe on July 22 at Stephen Foster Folk
Center State Park. ,
Students will learn how to paint one-stroke leaves, rose buds, daises
and vines. With these new skills, students will be able to beautifully
decorate a porcelain heart dish that they will be able to take home with
them. The workshop is suitable for beginning to advanced students.
The class will be held at Craft Square starting at 10 a.m. and will cost
$25, which will also include park admission. All class supplies will be
provided by the instructor. For more information, call (386) 397-1920,-,or
visit the web site at

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At the BookI
Editor's note: It is the policy of this.
iews~paper to run the names of all
hose arrested and booked at the
Taylor County Jail. All those listed
D:elow have been charged with a crime,
'ut are considered innocent until
proven guilty.
June 23:
Cornelius Freeman, 19, 107 1/2
-ligh Street, aggravated battery with
deadly weapon, Deputy Lilliott, TCSO.
John Scott Arnold, 40, 609 E. Leon
Street, battery domestic, Ptl. G.
Campbell, PPD.
t June 24:
..Timmy Lee Ford,. 48, 317 N. Byron
Butler Parkway, retail theft, Ptl.
Sunderland, PPD.
iStacey Ford, 48, 317 N. Byron
Itler #15, retail theft, Ptl. Sunderland,
June 25:
Matthew Carey Spangler, 43,
!akeland, Ga., DWLS (habitual),
ricer Bickle,'FWC.
Sherry .Ann Grambling, 32, 2727
rman Road, retail theft, Deputy
-iiambers, TCSO..
Jeremiah Lawayne White, 18,
18 Buckeye Nursery Road,
OP/possession of a controlled
jbstance, Deputy Murphy, TCSO.
SJune 26:
William., Howard Lawrence, 23,.
einhatchee, VOP/DUI, Deputy
hns, TCSO.
rderick A. Dixon, 32, 1201 North
Ae. DWLS (knowingly), leaving the
scen.iPtl. Curry, PPD.

ing Desk- ;', 4.

Abel Tellechea, 40, Mayo, shooting
into occupied vehicle, Officer Mosley,
June 27:
Brinson Murphy, 21, 274 O'Quinn
Road, battery (domestic), Ptl. Cash,
Bennie Charles Poole, 57, 1113
Green Street, VOP (possession of
cocaine), Deputy Campbell, TCSO.
June 28:
Johnny Lee Coverson, 47, 1220
East Pinecrest Road, domestic battery,
VOP (burglary of a dwelling), Deputy
Campbell, TCSO.
Jonathan Maurice McGrew, 23,
1512 South Woodard Street, DWLS
" (knowingly), Ptl. Cash, PPD.
, June 29:
Ritter Cyphers, 46, 16647 W. Royal
: ak Drive, boating under the influence,
Officer Reynolds, FWC.
Elfreda Louise Cruse, 50, 807 East
Page Street, VOP (DWLS), Officer
Mosley, TCSO.
Martin Dennis Nobles, 30, 120
Walter Smith Road, VOP (resisting
officer without violence, DUI), Officer
Mosley, TCSO.
Matthew Jason Powers, 26, 16764
Beach Road,.VOP (grand theft, felon in
possession, of a firearm), Deputy
Lundy, TCSO.
June 30:.
James R; Grant, 1.8, Steinhatchee,
VOP (biirglary, criminal mischief,
grand 'theft), 'Deputy Davis,
MontaqaA Mitchum, 19, 249-.Agner

Acres, forgery, uttering a forgery, petit
theft, passing worthless checks, Ptl.
Gorby, PPD.
Kevin Williams, 19, 209 Alice Street,
lewd or lascivious battery, Ptl. Deeson,
Ulysses B. Woodfaulk Jr., 28, 130
West Glenn Street, battery
(domestic), aggravated assault, Ptl.
Murphy, PPD.
Valarie Y. Roberson, 23, Greenville,
grand theft, Sgt. Franklin, PPD.
Charles Jonah King, 41, 508 Bacon

Street, attempted purchase of cocaine,
Ptl. Curry, PPD.
Alaine R. Williams, 20, 600 West
Union Street, breach of the peace,
Deputy Cruse, TCSO.
Jason P Spradley, 31, 1505 Pharo-
Morgan Road, VOP (battery/domestic);
Deputy Cruse, TCSO.
Billy Ben Adams, 53, 1497 Pharo-
Morgan Road, passing worthless
checks, Deputy Cruse, TCSO.
July 1:
Michael M. Hoffman, 42, 671 Davis

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Initiatives Partnership Program.
This affordable housing Catalyst
Program offers funding assistance
to new first time home buyers.
Taylor County will have these
funds available in October 2007.
Homebuyer's assistance class will
be held on August 18 &
September 22, 2007. You must
call and complete the application
. prior to the class. Call 850-838-
3500 ext. 8. You are not eligible
for Homebuyer's assistance
unless you've taken the class.
1 Y A Fair Housing Equal

If you are a first
time home buyer
and a low income
household, you may
qualify for State
Housing Initiative
Assistance Program.


Walker Road, attaching tag not
assigned, Deputy Cruse, TCSO.
July 2:
Jeannie L. Nix, 43, 9697 Alton
Wentworth Road, battery (domestic),
VOP, DUBAL, Deputy Hayden, TCSO.
James Tuten, 47, no address given,
failure to provide approved residence,
Officer Graham, TCSO.
Chikoski Antonnio Edwards, 34,'
1206 East Main Street, VOP (fleeing
an officer, reckless driving, DWLS),
Officer Murphy, TCSO.

(352) 498-7001

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July 3:
Christie Marie Biado, 30, 100 East
Pace Drive, domestic battery, Ptl.
Sunderland, PPD.
Steven G. Holmes, 35, 116 North
Jefferson Street, battery (domestic),
Ptl. Sunderland, PPD.
Lorenzo Todd Breedlove, 35, 1309-
South Center Street, VOP (DWLS),-
Deputy Campbell, TCSO.
Jennifer Ryan, 20, 8910 Range;
Road, grand theft Ill, cheating, Pt-'.
Cash, PPD. -'

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I can help you save up to 25%.
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Proud member of the Chamber of Commerce

You're in good hands.

Discount and insurance offered only with select companies and subject to availability and qualifications. Discount,
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capital City Bank donations
X:The Capital City Bank Group Foundation presented several organizations with donations recently. Left photo: Sue Everett
(.ight), community president of Capital City Bank in Perry, presents 'a $2,000 donation to MainStreet Perry. Accepting the
check is Clay Olson, housing chairman of MainStreet; the money has been slated for the housing arm of MainStreet. Right:
Everett presents a $2,000 check to the Taylor County Senior Citizen Center. Accepting the check are Lonen Stewart (center)
from the fiscal office and Office Manager Sarah Hall. The donation will be used for the center's shuffle board project.

Storey named managing partner in Jacksonville
-In April, KPMG LLP named from Taylor County High School and other toys to children in need, them that they're very fortunate--
Travis Storey the managing partner in 1972 and received his and raised about $180,000 in cash maybe they were the top of their
Ms Jacksonville office. One of undergraduate and master's alone in 2006. class, this is their first job. They're.
Vtg4argest accounting firms in the degrees .from the University of "I have a strong belief that if very fortunate and have a
Oad, KPMG has about 130 Georgia. you're going to be a leader in the responsibility to give back to the.
aaloyees in Jacksonville and In the Jacksonville area, Storey community, you have to give back community. Everyone gets
t(as eight of the 12 largest public is also known for his charitable to your community," Storey said. involved. They may not be
panies in the area. work, having founded The "If you can make it a good palce to experienced enough to raise
..rey is the son of Earlene H. Children's Christmas Party in live, that's good for everyone, money for the organization, but
~Sleler of Perry. He graduated 1999. This group gives bicycles When recruits join KPMG, I tell they can do something."


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1693 SW Mosley Hall -Rd. (CR360)
Madison, Florida (850) 973-2959.
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

Queen Pillow-Top Mattress Set. New in
plastic with warranty $150. 850-222-7783
SOLID WOOD Cherry sleigh bed- BRAND
NEW in box, $250. Call (850) 545-7112.
chairs- $149. NEW IN BOX Call Sandi
(850) 222-9879.
BEDROOM: New complete 6 piece set
still boxed, $599, can deliver (850) 222-
lifetime warranty, sacrifice $795. (can
deliver). (850) 425-8374.
For Sale: Queen size bed never, been
used still in the wrapper $90.00. Girls
bedrb6m set, like new $90.00. Electric
scooter only used once $50.00. 850-371-
1757 leave a message.

For Sale: Huge 110 gallon fish tank with
stand $200; wheelchair $20; vinyl siding
starter strip and top molding $1 a strip.
SCall 672-9460 403 W. Ash Street.
Craftsman Contractor's !0 inch miter saw
w/table $150. Call 838-2385.

*Yard Sale: Fri and Sat 8 until. 3 miles 1996 17Ft Center Console ProSport 85
down 98 on left. Watch for Signs. Baby, horse Suzuki Motor with electronics,
kids, & adult clothes. Baby items. A $5500 o.b.o. Call 850-584-7032 after 5:00
variety of things. pm, Ask for Steve.
7/20 6/29-7/27

Yard Sale: Saturday 8:00 until. 107 East
Jane Ave. (Behind Tree Capital Credit
Union). New and used clothes and lots of
other great stuff.

Yard Sale: Saturday July 21st 7-12. 803 E.
Wilson St. Behind County Jail off Hwy 27.
Pea Sheller, Begonia's & Impatients in.
hanging baskets, videos, boys and girls
clothes, whatnots, much more.



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.
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: 2001 Kia, 4 door, 1 owner. Just
assume payments. Balance is about
$5,100. Call 838-2385.

12' air boat. Brand new, 4 cly., ly
bombings motor. Over 12,000 invested.
Call for more info. $9,0000 OBO, too much
to list. Call 850-510-0390 or 223-2538.
For Sale: 1986 Honda Rebel limited
edition, runs great, looks good 9500 miles
$950 or best offer. Call 223-1814 or 371-
For Sale:. 2004 Honda Rancher Four
wheeler. Very good condition. Asking
$3800 584-6982

For Sale: Twin 1996 Mercury 150 motor
with Powertrim & tilt, gaffrig dual controls.
$6000 will separate. 850-584-4723 or 850-

For Sale 2000 EZ Go Golf Cart. Battery
operated with accessories $1800.00. Call


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
For Rent: Available Aug. 10th. 2 BDRM, 1
Bath Apt., in nice quiet neighborhood.
Central heat and A/C. No children, No
pets. References required. Yearly lease.
$450 a month. 1st, Last, & $200 security
deposit. 223-1578
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-

,,t17 W. Main Street : -1466 EzelFBeachR0aR
PFerry, FL 32347 -Perry, FL 32348': i -
(850),584-5101 (850) 578-2202 ;
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Gulf Breeze Real Estate welcomes
to its team of real estate professionals:

Carla Brock, Realtor
Lic. Real Estate Sales Associate
850-843-2877 '
Please contact Carla for any of your real estate needs!
AhrA Hod( n I i.U Real oEstate Broker

A u t o m a t ic t r a n s m is s i o n w it h 0 / D f o r F o r d .. . .. u . . . . . . a
Mustang or Ranger, A4LD transmission, '"Your Satisfaction is Our First
excellent operating condition, 223-3198.
or S0'ale:.. n Fpr Sale: Yamaha 170.0 Diesel, 2 WD
or Sale1:977 Dodge-. Jrademans. "trbdr with ldadbr 21HP'$5000.ll 850-
conversion van. 1993 engine with 78,000 584-4723 U
miles. Automatic, PS/PB. Great for 7/20-7/25
camping, hunting, traveling. Has A/C,
microwave, bed, etc. Asking $1,850.00. For Sale: 2004 F17 Sundance Flat's Boat, CLOSE OUl
Call 584-4455 2004 Mercury 60 HP and trailer low HR CEDAR LO
7/18-7/27 Do Lnn rO( f .noo .. ..-.

Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
Yard Sale W-e buy-...callus! Collectibles
Set-up Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 8387-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th 'Furniture

Sadler Drum 4289 U.S. 98 West, Friday &
Saturday, Rain or Shine. Washers, dryers,
stoves, car DVD, vanity, Ig. book shelf,
whatnot shelf, dresser.
7/20 i
Yard Sale: 102 Mimosa Lane. Clothes,
furniture, whatnots. Thursday and Friday.
For more information please call 584-4182,
4 Family Yard Sale, Saturday 7/21 from
8:00 until. 308 Puckett Rd. New and used
clothes, shoes, boots. All kinds of house
hold items. Name brand items.
Garage/Moving Sale Saturday July 21st
8:00-12:00. 213 Pineland St.(Off of Old
Dixie) Furniture, and miscellaneous.
Garage sale: Saturday, 3340 Johnson
Stripling Rd. Lots of little girls clothes and
toys. 2 chinchillas (mother & little boy)
cage included $150. Some home
furnishings, etc.
Moving This weekend, must sell
Electric stove $100, Black Futon $35.00,
Single Trundle Bed w/mattress & matching
St. desk $125 o.b.o. 843-3201.
Yard Sale: Saturday 126 Pace Dr. Go Cart,
Trampoline, some furniture, dishes,
utensils, etc. Lemonade stand for thirsty
Moving Sale: Saturday 7-21-07, 8 am. til 2
p.m. only. Lots of Stuff, beds, mowers,
refrigerator, tiller. Call 223-3807. 1535
Roberts Aman Rd. First house on the left
from 221,
Yard Sale: Saturday 7/21 8 a.m. until.
Shelton Edwards Rd. (Hwy 98; two roads
past Dills on the left). Women, men, and
girls (12 month & under) clothes, toys,
tires, car, household items,


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

CalMr ote rian (80) 84-621 oh*gtco S e


For Sale: 1984 GMC Sierra 1 ton truck -
dual wheels. Everything in'good condition,
just needs minor brake work in front.
Asking $2,850. Call 584-4455.
For Sale: 1967 Ford, very nice, original
352 V!8 3 ;peed on the column. Red and
Black interior $6500, Call 850-584-4723.

For Sale: 1 AKC Female c
puppy, 9 weeks old, very cute
7/4 tfnBar"
Free Puppies: Mother is full blo
Needs shots and lots of love.,

Missing, Australian point heeled
black back, spotted black and
about 60 pounds. Answers to C
sweetie. Has short tail, last s
area of Quail St in Perry. F
collect 330-922-1767 or 850-371
Missing from Taco Heights since
7-14-07. Black & white sheltie(
collie). Reward for information tc
has her. No questions asked p
584-8318 or 838-8300.



For Rent: 3 BR/ 2 BA, very clean. No pets.
No smoking, deposit, first month. (850)
.838-9514 leave message. Ref required,
Shady Grove.
For Rent: 602 W. Bacon St. $475 a month.
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $550
required $45 deposit, $154 weekly or $40
daily plus tax. 317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy.

------ Woodridge Apartments
3 BR HC and Non-HC Accessible
:hihuahua apartments now available. Rental
$300. Call assistance may be available to qualified
applicants. HUD vouchers considered.
Equal Housing Opportunity. Office hours
oded Lab. are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Thurs. Call 850-
Call 584- 584-5668. 709 W. Church St.. Perry, FL
32348. TDD 711.
6/1 WA
For' Bent: 2 B/R Mobile Home, total
electric, central heat/air with washer&dryer.
$425 per month, plus $250 deposit. No
kids & No pets. Application & References
required. 584-3889.
er. Female
white face,
recencia or Southern Villas of Perry
een in the Looking For Applicants!
'lease call Rental assistance available. HUD
-0777. vouchers accepted. 1 $ 2 BR HC & non-
HC accessible apartments. Office hours
are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Thurs. Call 850-
M Saturday 584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett
Miniature Rd, Perry, FL, 32347. Equal Housing
Swho ever Opportunity.
lease call 5/2TfnSV

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OUUVH'U UPORCH, uelvery ana set up
for $79,995, please call Prestige Home
Centers in Chiefland. Also open Sunday
12-5 p.m: 352-493-2492 or 800-477-2492.

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.
Landowners, easy financing. No proof of
income required for most cases, call for
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Prestige Home Centers in Chiefland,. Also
open Sunday 12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or

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NEW! 2007 4,BR 1,500 sqft. Solid Built
MH on 1 acre. Financing 'is available,
Move in for S$749/mo.-Call.850-838-9090.

For Sale: Ezell Beach lot for sale. $60 K.
Firm, No conditions. Title search already
done. (352) 316-2527.
Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401.
Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq.
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-
584-5891. Pete Fortner

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 $155,000, call 850-578-3094
for apt.


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40 ACRES fronts Highway 27 Mayo. North Florida Community College
Pasture and partially fenced and an Staff Assistance wanted in the Allied.
irrigation well. GREAT PRICE $280,000. Health Department of North Florida
Call Deborah Myles/Broker-Associate 386- Community College, Madison FL. Partial-,
719-1224 or 1-800-333-4946 C-21. The Duties: Assist with scheduling, recording :
Darby-Rogers Co. and documentation of meeting and.
7/4-7/27 Cen education courses; Provide Administrative
support for Allied Health Program.
For Sale: 3 BD/1 b house for sale. End lot Qualifications include: HS Diploma or
in 1/3 city block $25,000. 602 W. Bacon GED with minimum of two (2) years of
St. 584-4678. clerical experience required. Associate
7/11-8/3 Degree or one (1) year certificate in Office
Gorgeous 2,000 sqft. BRAND NEW homes Administration preferred. See website site
of Merit DWMH. Build with 2x6's on 1.57 for complete job description and details.
of Merit DWMH. Build with 2x6rs on 1.57 Applicationa to, Director HR, NFCC, 1000
acres on Vera Lane here in Perry. All new Application to, Director HR, MadisonFCC, 1000Florida
furniture included. Down payment Turner Davis Drive, Madison, Florida
assistance available. Call Justin @ 850- 32340. Application packet requires letter,
s672-2141.ce avalable.resume and, application. Application is
5/16tfnlHP available on website at'.
Applications must be received by July 26,
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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,
Cail Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
7/1 2inSGR
Land for Sale, 221 North between Shiloh
Chruch Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please Call (386)658-1346 or

Advent Christian Village
Current JOBS Line Advertisement
call 658-5627 or visit www.
24hrs/day, 7 dayis/week
Join a Winning Team
Enjoy a Supportive Work Environment
Home Health Unit & Rural Health Clinic
Florida license required. Experience in
home health practice desired for the Home
Health position, but not required.
Experience in clinic or doctor's office the
Rural Health Clinic desired but not
required. X-ray experience a plus.
Communications Assistant
Benefits for positions include health,
dental, life, disability, supplemental
insurance; 403b retirement account; paid
time off, access to onsite daycare and
fitness facilities. Apply in person at
Personal Office Monday through Friday
from 9:00 a.m., or fax resume/credentials
to (386) 658-5160. EOE/Drug-Free
Workplace / Criminal background checks

Engineer- Temporary/part time-DOQ
Engineer- $50,024-56,305-DOQ
Firefighter/EMT -$10.78 hr.
Mosquito Control Truck Driver Seasonal /
part time $8.04
Roll Off Site Attendant Call in $6.68 hr.
Job descriptions and applications can be
obtained from, or One Stop
Mobile Unit located in Kmart Parking Lot
on Wednesday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Applications
must be submitted to Employment
Connections 200 W. Base Street,
,Madison, FL. 32340, fax number 850-973-
9757., or emailed to bains(
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Registered Nurse needed to fill Allied:
Health Lab position at NFCC. This
position is responsible for the complete-.
day to day operations of the skills.
laboratory. This includes skills instruction:
and evaluation of all allied health
students. Some clinical teaching required.
Qualifications: Must have a BSN Degree;
FL RN License required. Must have at
least (2)' years full-time clinical experience.;
as an RN. Computer skills a plus. See:
website site for complete job description
and details. Applications to, Director HR,.
NFCC, 325 NW Turner Davis Drive,;
Madison, Florida 32340. Application
packet requires letter, resume and
application. Application is available on-
website at Applications'
must be received by July 26, 2007. EOE'

Busy PR office'needs skilled copywriter;-::
Contract basis, $10/hr. Press releases-
features. Photography desirable. Must
have professional experience. E-mail 3
writing samples, resume, references to
Trish Hinton,, College
Advancement, NFCC. EO/EE.

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Early Bird 6 p.m.

Regular 7 p.m.

Shrine Club
(Hwy. 19 North) 584-2434
*Must be 18 yrs. or older

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An auction of old used poles and used
vehicles will be held Saturday, July 21, 2007,
at 9:00 a.m. at the central headquarters
building of Tri-County Electric located at
2862 West US 90 in Madison, Florida.

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Find out what Taylor County is all alout
through the Taco Times & Ferry News-Herald!

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.- :. (850) 584-5101

Saturday, July 21 I

12:00-3:00 p.m.
Leisure Retreats
2339 Black Oak Rd.

Very nice 24'x40' M/H with 12'x 16' screened
back porch. Completely fenced with large
workshop and concrete drive and walkway.
just minutes to the Gulf.
Look For Signs!
For more information call Larry Goodman at 838-8266







No need to burn your time or GAS

when the lowest prices and

friendliest staff are always right

here in YOUR hometown!





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