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July 7-8, 2006 Tree Ca3pital of the South. 2 Sections Our 117th Year, No. 27:





Longtime police chief retires.


When Herman Wayne Putnal
joined the Perry Police Department
(PPD) in the self-described
position of a "lowly patrolman,"
the force was a five-man operation
working out of a two-room office.
Thirty-six years later, the PPD
boasts some 23 men and women
working in- a sprawling complex
that covers more than half a city


block.
On Wednesday, Putnal--the
longest serving police chief in the
department's history--announced
his retirement.
In a letter to City Manager Bob
Brown, Putnal stated: "In recent
months I have given serious
consideration to i the feasibility of
retiring earlier than the currently


scheduled date of February 2008.
Given my health problems and
other issues, I have come to the
conclusion that it would be better
for me and the department to
tender my resignation and retire at
this time.
"I have enjoyed many years with
the Perry Police Department,
watching it move from a five-man


department working out of a two-
room office to its current size. I am
proud that the department has
grown in both number of officers
and technology to the state that our
officers have equipment and
training comparable to much larger
and better funded agencies around
the state. It has been a pleasure to
lead this group of dedicated men


and women in both proactive and
reactive law enforcement efforts.
"However, -after 36 years, I
believe it is time to leave.
Therefore, I am providing notice
that I plan to leave my position as
of five o'clock in the afternoon on
July 19, 2006, as that is the end of
the next pay period,". Putnal
concluded.


The longtime law enforcement
officer began his career with the
City of Perry in 1970, receiving a
promotion to sergeant in the early
1970s.
In 1983, Putnal was promoted to
lieutenant/investigator and was
named Chief of Police in 1985.
,"** Please see page 3


Officer pleads


Right side up
A 1997 Chevrolet truck' is being, righted after a one-vehicle roll-over on Peacock Street
Monday evening near the Taylor County Health Department. According to a report filed by the
Perry Police Department, the 17-year-old driver of the truck was parked at the little league
ballfield off Peacock Street. The driver "went to leave and spun out headed east on Peacock. The
driver lost control of his vehicle and spun clockwise. As the vehicle crossed-onto-the-'adway;,,
-the front tires caught traction and flipped the vehicle onto the driver's side," police reports
indicate: The driver received a citation for reckless driving.


Fountains for Spring Creek?


to smu

A former officer with Taylor.
Correctional Institution (TCI) has
pled guilty to conspiring to
smuggle illegal drugs into the
facility, and entered a plea of "no
contest" to charges that he received
cash payments from inmates and
their families.
In. return for his plea, Jared Lee
Fowler, 24, was sentenced to 60
days in county jail.
Fowler was arrested in 2004
after an investigation spanning
several months determined that he
allegedly introduced drugs into the
facility for inmates and received
payments for the drugs via money
orders and cashier's checks sent to
his friends and their family
members.
- According. to. a report released


g gling

Monday by the Office of the
Inspector General, Department of
Corrections, a confidential inmate
informant told investigators in
March 2004 that Fowler and
possibly another officer, were
bringing marijuana and cocaine
into TCI.
Based on this information,
electronic notification was made to
the Gainesville Field Office and
the investigation started.
During the course of this
investigation, an inmate said
Fowler approached him and. -said
"he (Fowler) could .arrange for
drugs to be brought into the
institution for different prices. One
ounce of marijuana would cost
$350 and. 1/8 of an ounce of
cocaine would cost 1$300,. Fowler


ilty


drugs

went on to explain that after, the
initial buy, the price would go
down ,to $250 for the marijuana
and cocaine. Fowler also said,'
according to a sworn statement by.
the inmate, "that the price would be'
cheaper if someone sent the drugs
to Fowlefs home and went on to
stipulate: that if he received one
pound of marijuana, it would cost
the inmate $100 per oz., for Fowler
to introduce it.
"If cocaine was sent to Fowler's
home, he would keep half as'
payment and take the other half to
the inmate," the report said. "The
inmate also said he and Fowler had
snorted cocaine in the inmate's cell
before."
"* Please see page 3


Twin towering sprays of water
flanked Jefferson Street Thursday
morning as the City of Perry
conducted a trial run for a proposed
fountain enhancement along
Spring Creek.
The city fire department utilized


an in-house pump-and-spray
system to simulate the fountain-
line effect while council members
and downtown residents looked on.
"Right now we have a pool of
money funded from a portion of
property taxes in the downtown


Morning commuters on Jefferson Street were met with an
unusual sight as they entered downtown Perry Thursday while
two tall jets of water flanked the street. The spectacle was a test
by city officials to simulate a pair of fountains which are being
considered for the location in an effort to beautify and
revitalize the downtown area.


area earmarked specifically for
(downtown) community
redevelopment projects. We are
currently looking for some things
to do to enhance the downtown
area and installing fountains in the
creek was one of them. The creek
actually acts as a border for. the
downtown area and this was just a
preliminary look to see if it was
worth doing further research," City
Manager Bob Brown said.
"Money goes into this fund
every year and it has to be spent to
help revitalize or improve the
downtown area," he added.
The city council has final
approval, of all projects to be
underwritten by the fund.

Motors stolen


Thieves


strike at 2


residences
Police are investigating the theft
of two boat motors and assessories
valued at more than $5,000 which
were stolen from private
residences.
Perry Police Department Ptl. Lin
Gray said he was recently called to
an East Green Street home, where
he found that thieves had taken a
2004, 25-horsepower Mercury
boat motor, along with a Garmin
Model 76 GPS.
The motor had been unbolted
and the bolts left on the ground
under the trailer. The Mercury
marine fuel line for the motor was
also damaged.
Another boat motor, this one a
1988 15-horsepower Suzuki, was
reported stolen from a Poppell
Drive residence.
The owner said he had seen the
motor the day before. PPD Ptl.
David Kelly said the side gate next
to where the boat is parked was
open, but due to the rain the night
before, all tracks had been washed
away.
An investigation of the thefts is
ongoing.


The Taylor County March of Dimes WalkAmerica began its 2006 campaign with a kick-off
luncheon last week. Shown above are (from left to right) WalkAmerica chairs Cynthia'Nowlin
and Christy Lutz as well as local co-chairs Evelyn Day and Gil Williams. This year's campaign
has a goal of $30,000.




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The Taylor County March of
Dimes WalkAmerica campaign
kicked. off last week with a
luncheon to welcome team'
captains and introduce the
ambassador family for 2006.
WalkAmerica is the biggest
event of the year for the March of
Dimes, raising money for the fight
against premature births.
In 2005, 20,000 teams raised
80 percent of a record breaking
$101 million.
At last week's luncheon,
Division Director Jennifer Bitner
welcomed guests and expressed
confidence that the local campaign
would exceeds its $30,000 goal for
2006.
The money raised by the March
of Dimes and WalkAmerica is used
for: funding researching to find out,
why premature birth happens and
how it can be prevented; educating
women about the signs of pretefin
labor and what to do; offering
emotional support to families
whose babies must spend time in
neonatal intensive care; and
advocating to expand access to
health insurance for mothers and


babies.
This year Christy Lutz and
Cynthia Nowlin are the .local co-
chairs of the event with Evelyn
Day and Gil Williams serving as
honorary chairs for the campaign.
Individuals and businesses
interested in organizing teams for
the fund-raiser are urged to contact

Why donate?
$100 could provide 10 families
of babies in newborn intensive
care with support to ease their
fears and uncertainty
$330 could provide nurses with
on-line continuing education
about preterm labor
$500 could fund a program to
help pregnant women quit
smoking
$900 could provide 15,000
pregnant women with wallet
cards listing the signs of preterm
labor and what to do if it happens
to them


one of the chairs.
Charles and Robin Lilliott
Walker, with their 15-month-old
daughter, Sydney, are the
ambassador family for 2006. When
Sydney was born six and one half
weeks early, she weighed only two
pounds, 12 ounces.
"Thanks to research by the
March of Dimes, she is doing
wonderful," Robin Walker said.
"The NICU staff took amazing care
of her. She can walk, talk and do
anything a normal 15-month-old
does including demanding center
stage wherever she is. She is
extremely animated, outgoing and
truly fearless, and always eager to
let others know it's 'Sydney
time.'"
This was evident at the kick-off
luncheon, as Sydney kept the
audience chuckling with her antics
in front of the podium.
Organizers said they were
pleased with last Thursday's
turn-out.
A few of the events already
planned for this year's' campaign
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County
animal shelter
temporarily closed
Due to a recent outbreak of Parvo,
Taylor. County Animal Control is
currently not taking any animals at its
facility.
"We are taking this week to remodel
and disinfect, to rid our shelter of this
disease. We understand that this may
cause an inconvenience but we are
working as quickly as possible to get
this problem under control," officials
said.
"You as a citizen can help us in this
battle by having your animals)
properly immunized to help control this'
deadly, disease. Also, remember to
spay or neuter your pet to help control
the pet population."

Forms available
for dual enrollment
for 2007 seniors
Incoming high school seniors
planning to dual enroll at North Florida
Community College through Taylor
County High School are asked to pick
up their required forms and class
schedules Thursday, July 13, or
Friday, July 14. All forms must be
completed and returned to the
guidance office by July 19.

Kindergarten
registration set
July 11 &1
Registration for incoming
kindergartners will be held Tuesday,
July 11, and Thursday, July 13, from
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at Perry
Primary School.
Parents/guardians are asked to
bring certified copies of birth
certificates, Social Security cards,
immunization records and physical
records.
"If your child did not attend a pre-
school, please call me for an
appointment for a kindergarten
readiness screening for your child,"
Student Service Specialist Angle
Roberis said, who can be reached at
838-2508.

Boosters meet
The "Pride of Taylor" band boosters'
regular July meeting has been
changed from July 10, to July 17, at
7 p.m.
The meeting will be held in the
Taylor,County High School band room.

Today
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-70% High: 87'
Saturday
30% Low: 68
30% High: 90'
Sunday
30% '- Low: 68
30/ High :90


Index
Living...page A-4
Sports...page A-6
Religion...page A-7
CdommYnrity...page B-1
Ediitorial...page B-2
Classfieds.:.page 5-4


At Hampton Inn


'EANoF' will meet Saturday


The Environmental Alliance of
North Florida (EANoF) will meet
'Saturday, July 8, from 1-5 p.m., at
Hampton Inn.
Several speakers are lined up for
an afternoon of learning and
planning. Persons interested in
environmental issues facing North
Florida are encouraged to attend.
EANoF is a regional association


of individuals and group "joined
'together in strength and solidarity
to find and implement solutions to
protect natural North and North
Central Florida from further
pollution, habitat and wetlands
destruction, unsustainable
practices, and unbridled and
unplanned growth."
EANoF members, representing


individuals and groups from 11
counties, work to protect natural
North and North Central Florida.
For more information, call Barry
Parsons at (850) 973-3351, Diane
Whitfield at (850) 584-4329 or Joy
Towles Ezell at (850) 584-7087,
The group has a web site at
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/EA
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Putnal recog nized for



experience, expertise


POLICE CHIEF
Continued from page 1
"He has been good for 'the
department. I started working for
him when he was a sergeant and he
encouraged me toattend the police
academy. The day I came back
i from the academy), I was sworn in
as a police officer. He helped me
a whole lot and he helped the
department, and I hate to see him
go," Councilman Alphonso


Dowdell said.
"We'll miss him a lot. He has a
wealth of experience and expertise.
But, I respect his decision and wish
him my best," Cm.N Manager,
Brown said.
Mayor Emily Ketring said she
was saddened by the news of
Putnal's retirement, adding, "He'
has been a wonderful asset to the
city. I spoke with him yesterday
(Wednesday) and he knows we are
sad to see him go. Sometimes -its


just time and we're very sad to hear
that."
Ketring noted that Lt. Vern
Clark has been named interim chief
and 'i e' 11 move forward from
there."
In 1971, Putnal was :named
"Outstanding Law Enforcement
Officer" by the Perry Jaycees.
In 1977, the Jaycees presented
him with the Campbell McDonald
law enforcement award.


Sentence started Monday


OFFICER
Continued from page 1
According to the investigative'
report, between March 9-30, 2004,
Fowler gave the inmate three
different addresses which could be
used to send money to pay for the
drugs, including Fowler's personal
address, a Perry post office box and
a Tallahassee address.
"The inmate told investigators
that he 'orchestrated with other
inmates to have them send the
money to pay for the drugs to
Fo%\ ler via these addresses.';
"On March 11, 'Fowler brought
the inmate one ounce of marijuana
and asked for cash as pjan ment.
When the inmate said he didn't
have it, Fowler told him to send the
money, as fast as possible, to the
Tallahassee address, using a code
name on. the outside of the
envelope," the report stated.
"During mid-March, Fowler
went to the inmate's cell and gave
him a small bag of cocaine and told
him to get $100 for it and have the
money sent to Fowler's new Perry
post office address. The inmate
took the cocaine to another inmate
and gave it to him. The second
inmate wanted an additional 1/8
ounce more, so he wrote a letter to
his bank in Chiefland, requesting a
$400 check be drawn from his
account and mailed to the post


office address," investigators said.
"On March 25, the inmate
received a receipt from his bank
confirming the check had been
sent."
Also, according to the report,
another inmate, "with an outside
source, sent two pounds of
marijuana to the. same post office
box."
The report said that because
Fowler never delivered the'1/8 oz.
of cocaine or the two pounds of
marijuana, tension, among the
inmates was high and that threats
of Fowler being stabbed were
made, but all the involved inmates
were placed in confinement before
anything happened.
On March 31, 2004, F"Iler
received a post change from the
main unit to the annex (which
houses youthful offenders). "This
was done 'after an inmate had
allegedly made more threats
against Fowler," the according to
the report.
Investigators said, in the report,
that they have documentation from
money order receipts and bank
records proving that money was
sent to Fowler.
:.' The report documents 19
sources,' including inmates, .
civilians and other correctional
officers in the case against Fowler.
He was arrested June 21, 2004,
and charged with unlawful


compensation, to which he recently
pled "no contest" and conspiracy to
introduce contraband into a
correctional- facility, to which he
pled "guilty" in the plea agreement.
In exchange for his plea, Fowler
was sentenced to serve three years
on probation and 60 days in the
county jail, with a two-day credit.
In addition, Fowler will serve 50
hours bf community service, pay
various fines and give up his law
enforcement certification and,
never attempt to gain another one.
Fowler's jail ,sentence began
Monday, July 3.


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WALKAMERICA
Continued from page 1
include:
the annual spaghetti luncheon
sponsored by First United
Methodist Church will be held
Friday, Aug. 11;
a "Ladies Day in City Park"
will be Saturtlay, Aug. 26, 10 a.m.
until noon, with representatives
from ,Mary Kay Cosmetics, Avon,


Longaberger Baskets,. Stampin'
Up, Creative Memories and
more;
a 50/50 drawing with tickets
available for a $1 donation (winner
to be announced Sept. 23); and
Blue Jeans for Babies Day on
Friday, Sept. 29, during which
organizers urge employers to allow
their employees to wear a March of
Dimes t-shirt and blue jeans for the
day.


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Help a veteran


for $1 a month

"Did you know if everyone in Taylor County would donate one
dollar a month--the price of a cup, of coffee--we would be able to
address the financial needs of our veterans and their families?" asks
Taylor County Veterans Service Officer Joe Collins.
"They would certainly appreciate it and you would be blessed."
Collins reminds residents any donations would be tax deductible
and will go tq people "who have given so much to our country."
If you have any questions, please contact Collins at 584-4596 or
838-3519...
Donations may be mailed to: American Veterans Post 20, P.O. Box
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Syretta Lorez Montgomery, Vincent Edward Thigpen


July 15 vows will unite

Montgomery, Thigpen
Pastor Izell and Lorraine Montgomery Jr. announce the engagement and
forthcoming wedding of their daughter, Syretta Lorez, to Vincent Edward
Thigpen, the son of the late Mrs. Carolyn Lousie Thigpen.
The wedding will be Saturday, July 15, 2006, at 5 p.m. in the First
Baptist Church of Perry, located at 102 N. Center St.
All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend.

Woman's Club endorses Life Line
screenings for residents of Perry
Residents living in and around Perry can be screened to reduce their risk
of having a stroke when Life Line Screening comes to First Baptist
Church on Thursday, July 13.
Appointments must be scheduled in advance by calling 1-877-237-
1287. Each screening required 10 minutes or less to complete.
This medical screening is endorsed by the Perry Woman's Club and the
General Federation of Women's Clubs.


*John and Diahe Haisten Schlick


The 2006-07 JV Cheerleading Squad 'includes: (front row, from left) Shabrala Dunwoody, Cara Addison, Courteney Mincy,
jMindy Veal, Morgan Murphy .and Marissa-SnodWgass;, (se oj drQw)Q,,Caid.y,,Stephens, Sarah Vaughn, Annabelle Edwards,
';Hayden Barton, Kelsea Smyrnios, Elisa Webb, Kelly Kuehn and Brooke Barton; (back row) UCA Instructor Jenna Abbey,
Michaesha Scott, Jasmine Jones, Celia Bennett, Kaylee Driver, Ashley Viola, Gloria Taylor, Jordan Williams and UCA
instructor Amy-Fletcher. Not pictured: Ariel Murray.and Shayne Anderson.



JV cheerleaders superior

On June 19-22, the Taylor learned during the week. The dance/cheer competition. The 23 dance diva.
County High School (TCHS) JV audience included Principal cheerleaders received superior blue The squad also participated ii
Cheerleading Squad hosted a Michael Thompson, Assistant ribbons for each category and were Please see page 5
summer camp directed by the Principal Sandy Hendry, Athletic awarded a "superior squad" trophy. Please see page 5
Universal Cheerleading Director Price Harris and Guidance All girls received individual UCA
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'Diane Haisten Schlick and John Schlick announce their marriage on
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The groom recently retired and mi'.ed to Perry from Murtee-boro,
Tenn. Dr. Haisten Schlick ill continue 10to practice family\ mcJicinejin
Perry with her sister, Sharon Schhck. P -C. and Donna Schippers, D.O.
A reception for the .:>ouplc '. ill be held ai [he Catholic Pjn.-h Hall on
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A-5 Perry News-Herald July 7-8, 2006


Perry's Bowen at Barth

Syndrome conference
Families, physicians and researchers from all over the world have
gathered at Walt Disney World's Coronado Springs Resort for the Barth
Syndrome Foundation's third annual Scientific, Medical and Family
Conference, being held July 6-8.
BSF President and Perry resident, Shelley Bowen, is among thpse
participating in the conference which includes clinics for affected
individuals, as well as discussion sessions with physicians and
researchers.
Barth Syndrome is a rare, X-linked genetic disorder that is passed from
mother to son. Individuals with Barth syndrome suffer with weak hearts,
,weak immune systems, weak muscle tone and extreme fatigue.
Currently, the Barth Syndrome Foundation knows of 100 young men and
boys worldwide who are living with this disorder. While the non-profit
foundation is based in Perry, other affiliates are located in Canada, South
Africa and the United Kingdom. In five years, the foundation has funded
14 research grants totaling.$480,000.
For more information on the conference, please contact Bowen at 223-
1128 or via e-mail at sbowen@barthsyndrome.org. Details are also
available at www.barthsyndrome.org.


Diabetes Education Day

planned for Wednesday
Join Kmart pharmacies Wednesday, July 12, for a Diabetes Education
Day. From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., a Kmart pharmacist will be available to:.
--Provide a free meter demonstration and discuss the advantages of
glucose testing and proper meter usage. k'
--Provide&- free blood pressure check and discuss benefits of regular
blood pressure monitoring
--Provide a free medication review and answer an% questions on
prescription and ouer-ihe-counter iherap.
Free diabetic samples, brochures and coupons Mil also be pro% ided.


Williams celebrates
1st birthday June 30
Chariah Kenye Williams, the
daughter of Charise Thomas and
Charodus Williams of Perry,
celebrated her first birthday on
June 30.
Her maternal grandparents are
Joann..aqd Charles Brooks, the late
Archier-Thomas and Willie Mae
Thomas. Paternal grandparents are
Kim Anderson and Charles
Williams.'
Ny'Kasha Britt and Charlondria
6 Willliams helped' their sister
celebrate.

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Continued from page A-4


try-outs for UCA all-stars. .Five
were selected and will be attending
the Thanksgiving Day parade in
Orlando this year: Shabrala
Dunwoody, Jasmine Jones, Kelly
Kuehn, Courteney Mincy and
Gloria Taylor.
Overall, the squad learned 25
sideslines/cheers and three dance
routines.
Coaches Jodi Drawdy and Debra
Mash. agree, "The girls worked
very hard and hre19ooking forward
to an exciting year showcasing-the
skills learned from summer
cheerleading camp. Cheerleading
camp increased their performance
to an already above average squad."


Five from the JV squad were selected -as UCA All Stars: (from left) Shabrala Dunwoody,
.Gloria Taylor, Courteney Mincy, Jasmine Jones and Kelly Kuehn.


Coo d vswERs





In January .of this year I was diagnosed with a
mass of cancer in the middle of my face. Diagnosis
was to remove my nose and replace it with a
prosthetic one, this way the Doctors would be
assured they had removed it all. My second option
was 7 weeks of radiation with a 60% chance. I chose
the radiation and began to ask everyone to pray.
After a stay of 2 months in Hope Lodge, receiving
radiation everyday, I returned to Gainesville for
another MRI. My Doctor told me there was no sign
of the tumor that was growing in my face and no
sign of any cancer.

Thank you for all the cards of encouragement,
flowers and food after I came home. Most of all I
thank everyone for their prayers. God is Good and
Faithful to his word. Hope Lodge, sponsored by Winn-
Dixie, only asks for donations. I certainly do my
shopping at Winn-Dixie after finding out what a great
pace it is for cancer patients to stay.

I have to return every six weeks for 2 years for a
checkup, however, I still believe God can keep me
cancer free.


Thanks again, everyone, for your prayers.
dnn Moore


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Dear Taylor County Citizens:


The federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requires that parents be notified if their
child attends a Title I school that does not make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). In
Taylor County, our Title I schools are Perry Primary School, Taor County Elementary
:School, and Steinhatchee School. This letter is to serve noticeo the community that
our Title I schools did not make AYP in the 05-06 school year.

Schools that receive funding under Title I, Part A, of The No Child Left Behind Act,
must meet 100% of the targets for "Adequate Yearly Progress" (AYP) in each subject
area. Although all three schools had significant learning gains and improved their AYP
grading, they did not make the 100% requirement of federal AYP and Perry Primary
and Taylor County Elementary have been identified as schools "InNeed ofimprovement/
.Corrective Action."

Perry Primary and Taylor County Elementary School satisfied 92% of the total AYP
targets. Target areas missed for PPS & TCES schools
Math African American and Students With Disabilities students
need improvement;
Writing -Student writing scores did not make benchmark.

Steinhatchee School satisfied 93% of its total targets. Target areas missed for
Steinhatchee School:
Math Economically Disadvantaged students need improvement;
Writing Student writing scores did not make benchmark.

Perry Primary, Taylor County Elementary, and Steinhatchee School are quality schools,
and we are working diligently for continuous improvement. All three schools have
made AYP in Reading for the past two years, and this year Steinhatchee School
made an "A" under Florida's grading system. Learning gains at.all three schools
are ranked among the highest in the state. -

As part of the School Improvement Plan for Title I schools, we currently have the
following, programs in place to. help improve scores of all students in all subgroups:
Scientific-based-research Reading program for all students, K-12;
Reading First program for K-3 students;
Intensive remediation mandatory for all students below grade level;
Reading coaches in all schools;
After school academic services for low performing students;
Scientific-based-research alternative instructional programs for
struggling students; .'

The Corrective Action Plan for Perry Primary and Taylor County Elementary School
will also include the following:

SPerry Primary will increase minutes of Math instruction.
Administrators at Taylor County Elementary and Steinhatchee Schools
S have changed,
Taylor County Elementary School will restructure the internal
organization of the school
New progress monitoring system for Math and Writing instruction.

The District Office also works for the continuous improvement of our schools by
providing strong, stable district leadership; providing high quality instructional materials
and professional development for our teachers and staff; providing reading coaches and
providing technical assistance as needed; providing model classrooms and assisting in
the development of a focused school improvement plan.

The District is required to offer parents "meaningful choice options" if their child
attends a Title I school that has not made AYP. Because the district is a "single feeder
district." the Transportation with Choice option is not possible. The Taylor County
School District will offer the following two options for the 05-06 school year:.
Student will continue to participate in the academic program he/she is
currently enrolled in;
Student will participate in a Supplemental Education Services after-school
tutoring program;

**Parents are not required to make any changes at all, if they do not wish to.
According to NCLB guidelines, the District is required to prioritize students for
Supplemental Education Services based on (1) lowest academic performance and (b)
free and reduced lunch status when delivering these services. Therefore, parents are
advised that first priority must be given to the lowest performing students frogi
disadvantaged backgrounds.

Parents will be sent a separate letter if their child meets the criteria for Supplemental
SEducation Services (after-school tutoring program). To further assist parents with
This decision, the Taylor County School District will hold a public informational meeting
so that parents have the opportunity to ask questions in order to further decide what
these changes really mean for them and their child. The meeting will be held Thursday,
July 27th, at Taylor County Elementary, at 6:00 pm, in the Media Center,.

Parents are asked to contact their child's school or the District Office @ 838-2541 if
they need to discuss their child's educational options in more detail. The Taylor County
School District is committed to providing every student with the highest quality education
possible. Working together, we can ensure that all students succeed at the highest levels,

? Respectfully, *
~: Oscar M. Howard, Jr.
Superintendent of Schools











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A-6 Perry News-Herald July 7-8, 2006


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The fishing is great;


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By PAT McGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Well how dee doo...ugh...not so
good on the scallops...I fear. Just
isn't a good year so far. Maybe it
will improve...some folks did.
manage a few gallons; but the
average was a gallon or less.... ,
The water is clear real clear, yet.
the scallops are scarce.
Oh well, on to fishing!
I had four great days of fishing
with Starke Hudson's kinfolks, in-
laws, friends and crews who were
down for the fourth. Here are our
results:
Saturday, I took Lee and his
son, Jordan Crowe, and Lee's
sister Tracy White, all of Bogart,
Ga., and we brought in 16 trout
with three over 20 inches long.
We also had a Spanish and a Blue.
' We fished with live pinfish under
Cajuns m 3.5-5.5 feet of water.
Sunday, I had April Crowe and
Josh Clifton with Clayton
Wilson, of White Plains and
Acworth, Ga., respectively, and
-about two hours'.into the trip
April jumped.:.no...let's rephrase
that...a tarpon (a BIG ONE! 180+,
pounds!) jumped her bait then,
- scorched by the boat and tail-
walked about 30-40 feet then went
back down and I rushed to the
] front of the boat and said, "April,
- that fish is on your line girl,
- Raise your rod! Quick! Raise the-.
rod!"
Well, all seven plus feet of that
tarpon came out of the water and
was six feet clear! It was over a
soon as it started! Two cast later
April lost a trout about 4-5

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pounds...so a cast later, she boated
one five pounds and 27 inches
long! As my Daddy would say,
"Rather be lucky--than good!"
We ended up with eight trout,
two Spanish, a Blue and a black,
sea bass. Oh,. did. I forget to
mention Josh hooked up on a 80-,
plus pound six foot long bull
shark and fought it for over 45
minutes...'til the line broke?
(Twisted in two due to "over
zealousness.") We landed all we
did on live pinfish under Cajuns in
3-6 feet of water.
Monday, I took Nancy and
Steve Bishop with Gene White,
all of Bogart, Ga., and they
managed five trout and nine
Spanish mackerel to five pounds.
We caught the trout on live
pinfish under Cajuns and used
little pogies, two actually (dead)
on the hook under the Cajun:to
catch our Spanish.
Tuesday, the Fourth. I hlad Lee'
and Jordan Crowe with granddad,
Herman Crowe, and they caught
19 trout with four over 20 inchps
long, which weighed in at 37.5:
pounds total. That included a five,
and a 4.25 ib. and two over three
pounds. We caught our fish on
live pinfish under 2.5 inch oval
Cajuns. Three of the keepers,
Jordan caught on pinfish strips
(shiner tails) under a Cajun. This
fine catch came from 4.5-5.5 feet
of water.
Larry Hendrick of Tifton, Ga.,,
reported catching 30 keeper trout
(kept five) on Berkley Gulp from
7-8 feet of water Saturday, Jtily 1.
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speckled trout utilizing a live pinfish under a Cajun Thunder.
Edwards was fishing with Pat McGriff of One More Cast Guide
Service.

Kids'golf camp to be


heldhere next week


The Taylor County High
School golf team will offer a golf
camp July 11-13 for, aspiring
golfers up to age 15.
The camp will be held from 9
a.m. until i2 noon at the Perry
Golf and Country Club;'the cost
is $40.
Please pre-register by'calling the
golf 'course at 584-3590 or
Camden Lynn at 584-7299.
"There is the possibility of a
second.camp July 25-27 depending

Cheerleading camp
planned July 24-27
Taylor Elite Cheerleading will
be conducting a second all-star
cheer camp this' summer for K
through 5th graders. .
! The carivp \w.14e heiAW -24-
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Cheerleading and Dance and will
run daily from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m.
The cost is $40 per participant.
The deadline to register is July
19.
For more information, call 584-
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on registration," said LUnn, the
lone senior on the 2006-07 team.
Money raised by the camp will go
toward uniforms for the team
which is coached b1 T son Hicks


Last week, Governor Jeb Bush
signed into law a bill, affecting
would-be, first-time hunters and
those wanting to hunt during
Florida's newly established
crossbow season.
Effective Aug. 1, 2006, anyone
16 years or older and born after
May 31, 1975 can hunt under the
supervision of a licensed hunter,
21 or older, without having to,
'complete the state's hunter safety.
certification. The newly
established "Hunter Safety
Mentoring Exemption" enables
those persons to purchase a
Florida hunting license and hunt
during a one-year trial basis.
The new mentoring exemption
was passed ,by the Florida
, Legislature to help persuade more
people to experience hunting. It is
designed to encourage experienced
hunters to teach novice hunters
about, safety, ethics, .wildlife,
hunting skills and respect for
Florida's outdoors.
Until now, everyone 16 or over,
and born ifier TMJ\ 31,, 1975,
needed to complete the hunter
safety requirement beforethey"
:ere allowed to buy a hunting
license.
"This should be a great
incentive for getting more people
to give hunting a try, and


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hopefully, we can hook some of
these folks on the hunting
tradition," said Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission hunter safety
coordinator Bill Cline. "If a novice
hunter enjoys the sport, we hope
they take the hunter safety course
and continue the experience for
years to come."
Individuals taking advantage of
this try-before-you-buy approach.
would have to take and pass a
hunter safety class to be eligible
to purchase a hunting license and
hunt the following year.
Another part of. the law
establishes a $5 permit fee for
hunters to participate in the state's
new crossbow season.- The new
permit is similar to the archery
and muzzleloading gun permits
that also cost $5 and are required
for those hunting during the
archery and muzzleloading gun
seasons.
The crossbow season will run
Oct.. 9-13 in the Sotth ,Hunting
Zone, Oct. 23-27 in the Central'
Zone and Nov. 27,- Dec. 3 in the
.Northwest Zone. Hunters will
need to purchase the $5 crossbow
permit to hunt during these
periods when only crossbows and
bows can be used.


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All men invited to devotion, lunch


News-Herald July 7-8, 2006:




today


Attention men: it's the first Friday in July!
Close on the heels of the fourth of July, is the first Friday in July and thus
the monthly gathering of men that includes lunch and a brief inspirational
message by the Rev. Eddie Blalock. All men are invited to lunch today,
July 7, at the M.A. Rigoni Cookhouse on North U.S. 19 (north of the
former Highway Patrol Station).
Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. until 12:15 p.m., followed by a
message which will conclude at 12:35 p.m The cost is $5.
Two churches begin V.B.S. Monday
Southside Baptist Church will open its doors for Vacation Bible School
on July 9 with classes from 6-8:30 p.m. Supper will precede classes at 5:30
p.m. Classes on the "Arctic Edge" extend through July 14 for age 3
Through adult. Everyone is invited.
Pisgah Baptist Church is also making preparations for an 'Arctic Edge'
adventure when Vacation Bible School gets underway July 9 and continues
through July 14. Supper will be served each evening at 5:30, with classes


for kindergarten through 8th grade from 6 until 8:30 p.m.
For 8th through 12 grade students, Pisgah Baptist Church will present "A
Call To Die" as Vacation Bible School. These classes for teens will also be
held from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m., and everyone is invited.
Steinhatchee revival begins
Melvin and Sarah Jones will lead revival services at Friendship Chapel
Church of God in Steinhatchee, with services at 7 p.m. on weeknights. On
Sunday, worship gets underway at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Pastor Chester Ash remarked, "Melvin is a recipient of a teenager's heart
--God has blessed his heart transplant, and he preaches everywhere the
doors are open. Come join us and hear his testimony."
Hughes to speak at Homecoming
San Pedro Baptist Church will observe its 125th Homecoming service on
Sunday, July 9, with Sunday School at 10 a.m. and worship at 11. The Rev.
Joe Hughes will deliver the Homecoming message.


Citywide Mission to convene Sunday


By B.D. WILLIAMS
The 23rd Psalm is more than
meets the eye.
The 23rd Psalm explained
The Lord is my shepherd that's
relationships;
I shall not want that's supply;
He maketh me to lie down in
green pastures that's refreshment!
He restoreth my soul that's
healing!
He leadeth me in the paths of
righteousness- that's guidance.
For his name sake that's
purpose;
and Yea though I walk through
the valley of the shadow of death -
that's testing!
I will fear no evil that's
faithfUlness;
Thy rod 'and thy staff, they
comfort me that's discipline;
Thou prepares a table before me

SelIn horHo --


in the presence of mine enemies -
that's hope!
Thou anoints my head with oil -
that's consecration;
my cup runneth over that's
abundance;
Surely goodness and mercy shall
follow me all the days of my life -
that's blessing,
and I will dwell in the house of
the'Lord that's security;
Forever that's eternity.
The Citywide : Mission will
convene at the Church of God of
Prophecy, Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Our
speaker will be a minister that
recently received license to preach,
Herman Tucker. A praise team will
be present. "We urge and
encourage each youth director to
attend and bring some of your

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Tuesday & Thursdays.
News is published as
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CCD & Adult Education Clases
Sunday 9:001) a.m.
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Rev. Slade Crawford, Pastor


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Obituaries


velyn Delores
-. Williams
Evlyn Delores Williams, 48,
died=June 29, 2006, in Ft.
Laudjrdale after an extended
illng.
Survivors include: three
chil-derf, Fredrick Colson Jr.,
Jere~diah Tensley and Brandy
Tensmt -Glover; her father, A. C.
Covrson; her grandmother, Essie
MaEs-Spanks; brothers, Johnny
CovKson, Leroy Givens Jr., Ted'
Coveson, Aaron Coverson, Leroy
Covison,. Charlie Coverson and
Chri-opher Coverson; sisters,
Cardline Smith, Joyce Tucker,
Omrgene Hayes, Annetta Davis,
Linda- Coverson, Gail Sellers,
Melihie Murphy, Janet Minor,
La~eagon Fleming; and a host of
aun-gEuncles, nieces, nephews and
cousins.
F-- eral services will be held


Saturday, July 8, at 1 p.m. at
Temple of God Baptist Church
with Elder Carolyn Demps
officiating.
James C. Boyd Funeral Home of
Ft. Lauderdale is in charge of
arrangements.

Vicey Lee Brown
Vicey Lee Brown, 88, of Perry,
died July 1, 2006, at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital.
Survivors include: five
grandchildren, Vicey Patricia
Jackson, Dorothy Jean Strawter
and Alberta Bradley, all of Perry,
Deborah Ann Jugger and Michael
Anthony Rivers, both of
Tallahasiee; a sister, Julia Simmon
of Caryville; a sister-in-law, Emma
Lee Chambers of Port St. Joe; and
a granddaughter-in-law, Candace
Rivers of Perry; 12 great
grandchildren; and two great great


grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, July 8, at 11 a.m. at New
Brooklyn Missionary Baptist
Church with the Rev. Donald L.
McBride officiating; Interment will
follow at Springhill Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends today, July 7, from 4 until 8
p.m. at Evans/Walker Funeral
Home, which is in charge of
arrangements.

Elbert F. Hubbard
Elbert F. Hubbard, age 76, died
July 5, 2006, at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital.
Born in Springfield, Ill., he
moved to Perry from Tavares .ir
2000. He was a member of St.
Matthews Episcopal Church, the
Sandhill Hunt Club and the Perry
Country Club.
Mr. Hubbard was preceded in


death by his wife, Doris B.
Hubbard, and a stepson, Ricky
Reynolds.
He is survived by three sons,
Barry Hubbard of Orlando,. Todd
Hubbard of Morriston,, and Bill
Hubbard of Bull Head, Ariz.; a
stepson, Greg Reynolds of
.Wilmington, N.C.; four daughters,
Deborah Ross of Venice, Sheilah
Comstock of Summerset, 'Ky.,
Alice DeMartini and Linda Rosetti,
both of Venice; a stepdaughter,
Nancy Hardy of Durham, N.C.; 21
grandchildren; and seven great
grandchildren.
Services will be held Saturday,
July 8, at 2 p.m. at St. Matthews
Episcopal Church in Mayo with the
Rev. Linda Lowry officiating.
Family members will receive
friends at 1 p.m. at the church prior
to the service.
Joe P. Bums Funeral Home in
Perry is in charge of arrangements.


A the Booking Desk


Editor's Note: It is the policy of this
newspaper to run the names of all
thosezarrested and booked at the
Taylor-County Jail. All those listed
belo.Ehave been charged with a crime,
but-are considered innocent until
proverrguilty.

Logan Ryan. Shiver, 19, 3095
Woods- Creek Road, VOP (warrant
for-possession of less than 20
grams cannabis), Dep. McKenzie,
TCSO.
SETic Taber, 251 Rock Road,
Golconda, Ill., VOP (leaving the
scene without giving information,
no vaiilid drivers- license), warrants
(DUI, possession of alcohol by
person under 21, allowing minors
alcohol and drugs at open house
paftfy, FTA for- pre-trial, FTA to
shboe- just cause), Dep. Lundy,
TGS0".
_,YIanda Lanette Robinson, 30,
1 0rWilliams Street, FTA for pre-
trialPtl. Norris, PPD.
. Rie Hoffman, 45, 210 12th
Strei, Steinhatchee, DUI, refusal
to 7_sbmit to breath test, Off.
Mde7H nald, FWC.
Ma12:
Jse A. Cox, 20, 112 Kennedy


Street, trespass, Ptl. Norns, PPD.
William'tLynn M1ss, 54, 'West
Cypress Street, leaving the scene
of an accident with' property
damage, Trp. Smymios, FHP.
Sonia Roxann Oglesby, 27,
South Jody Morgan Grade, capias
(trespass after warning, disorderly
conduct), Dep. McKenzie, TCSO.
Rhonda Smith Russell, 38, P. 0.
Box 250, grand theft, Inv. Parker,
PPD.
May 13: '
Charles Elam Hartsfield. 32,-
Judson Drive, DUI death 'of living
person, DUI causing senous injury,
Trp. Pitts, FHP.
David Hall, 53, Morgan.
Whiddon Road, violation of
injunction, Dep. Thompson,
TCSO.
Herbert McFadden, 53, Taylor
County Jail, violation of
conditional release, Off.
Livingston, DOC.
Ricardo Santiago Martinez, 19,
Agner Acres, no valid' drivers
license, Ptl. Deeson, PPD.
May 14:
William Montez Dunwoody, 22,
Armstrong Street, disorderly
conduct, Ptl. Kelly, PPD.
Thomas' Grantham, 24, U. S.


Hwy. 98 West, theft, uttering a
forgery, Dep. Burford, TCSO.
Parker A: Brabon, 20, Puckett
Road, forgery (assessory), uttering
a forgery, Dep. Burford, TCSO.
May 15:
Dustin Meeks Bruce, 25, 14056
Newcomb Avenue, Orlando; VOP
(warrant), 'Dep. Hershberger,
TCSO.
David Bradfield Hall, 53,
Morgan Whiddon Road, violation
of injunction. stalking, Sgt. Cruse,
PPD.
May 16: .
Lakeshia Jermigan, 29, P. O, Box
3028,' Bronswick, Ga., capias (FTA
for pre-trial), Dep. McKenzie,
TCSO.
: Assaf Rubinia, 20, 843 Campus
Circle, Tallahassee, possession of
alcohol by a minor, possession of a
suspended license, Trp. Lundy,
FHP.
Chrsiopher Warren Day,. 20,
27,00 West, Pensacola Street,
Tallahassee, possession of alcohol
by a minor, Trp. Lundy, FHP.
Jason D. Quiett, 22, 1112
Granger Drive,.VOP (possession of
cocaine), Off. Hendry, DOC.
May 17:
Jason Edward Stevenson. 37,


1111 2nd Avenue SE. Steinhatchee.
possession of less than 20 grams
cannabis, possession ;of drug
paraphernalia,. Dep. ;Hayden,
TCSO.
Jamie Sheree Nettles,, 29, 608
Sam Poppell 'Road, battery,
(domestic), Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Jessie James Upshaw Jr., 27, 613
South Woodard Street, VOP
(possession 'of a firearm by a
convicted felon), Dep. Thompson,
TCSO. "
Tiffany Lynn Hicks, 28, 1111
2nd, Avenue SE, Steinhatchee,"
fleeing/eluding, possession of less'
than 20 grams cannabis,
DWLS (knowingly), Dep. Hayden,
TCSO.
May 18:
Tony McAllister, 38, Goff Street,
VOP (unemployment
*compensation fraud), Off
Raymond, DOC.
Joseph' Alan Wilson, 20, Calvin
Morgan Grade, forgery, uttering
forgery, burglary, possession of.
cocaine, possession of drug
paraphernalia, Ptl. Kelly, PPD.
Ricky Dean Collins, 44, P. 0.
Box 275, Green Farm Road, VOP
(DUI, battery), Dep. McKenzie,
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SCom .m un I B- Perry News-Herald July 7-8, 2006


Greystone owners speaK to Downtown Entrepreneurs


Leah and Christopher James,
new owners of the Greystone
home and the former Palms
Apartments, were guest speakers
for the June meeting of the
Downtown Entrepreneurs. Vicki
Hatton of Heavenly Floors
welcomed all in attendance.
"They both shared with the
group promotional events and
ideas that were successful in their
North Palm Beach business and
that is exactly what our
organization has wanted for a long
time--someone with new ideas,"
said. Sharron Dorman, who
introduced the speakers to a record
attendance gathering at Rosehead
Junction. "No one realizes better
than the downtown business
*owners the seriousness of more


Meeting Tuesday
Jameses' home
6 p.m.
and more empty buildings
downtown."
The Jameses detailed plans for
their two new downtown
properties. "The Palms" will be
their home, while the outdoor
gardens will be transformed to
host weddings and other social
events. The Greystone will house
their Christmas shop, and perhaps
other retail ventures. They intend
to have their renovations complete
for the organization's Downtown
Christmas Open House.


In response to concerns about
appearances in the downtown area,
a committee was formed to study
the challenges facing the area---
buildings needing repairs, litter
problems and the need to.present a
good first impression.to travelers.
A report is expected at the July 11
meeting which will be held at the
Jameses' home, beginning at 6
p.m.
Before dismissal, the Downtown
Entrepreneurs scheduled the
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Sunday, Nov. 12, from 1-6 p.m.
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Cash remembers 'Old Man Henry'


B-2 Perry News-Herald


July 7-8, 2006


Editor's Note: W.T. Cash was born and bred in Taylc
County and even after he was appointed as Florida's first stat
librarian he never forgot his Taylor County roots. In a series o
columns printed in the 1920s, Cash reminisced about currer
friends and days gone by. A local history buff came across
4 photo of "Old Man Henry Walker" and shares the picture an
Cash's story with our readers this week.
:"The worst road I ever rode over," said Old Man
Henry Walker, "was the one to Doliffs Creek, when
some of us went down there before the War (The Civil
War). The road was so bad that some eggs we had in a


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ESCAPEE CAPTURED Putnal
DURING ROBBERY front oft
An Appalachee Correctional shotgun
SInstitutional fugitive ran into a came out
hornet's nest when he tried to hold rifle read
up a Perry filling station. "I start
Seen entering Everett Russell's station at
I American Oil Station on U.S. Hwy. back ro
S1'9, carrying a gun was Willie Putnal sa
SJames Summerset, 20, who had and the si
Escaped from the prison at Sneads rifle to hi
after serving six months of an 18- Putnal
= month term for receiving stolen police ca
property. Three police officers and station ata
a sheriffs deputy made the arrest. his head.
When Lt. C. C. Justice and Ptl.. wall that
J. W. Putnal arrived at the station, from the
they found the front of the station aimed th
Empty, the cash drawer open and ducked bi
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e the wagon on the ground."
)f "Mr. Walker, did you pick the eggs up?" said a
It listener to the story.
a "I picked up all I could find," answered Mr. Walker.
d Mr.- Walker like so many interesting characters I
knew during the 1890-1900 period was a native of
Georgia. His father, Solomon Walker, was 55 years old
when Henry was born. Solomon Walker's mother was a
Hiers. His first wife by whom he apparently had no
children was Matilda Newton. His second wife was
Mary King, daughter of Willis King, a well-to-do
South Georgian.
To Solomon and Mary Walker were born. Matilda,
Nancy and Julia Ann, daughters, and Henry, William
and Isham, sons. I knew Matilda when I was a little
boy, after the death of her husband, a Mr. Anderson and
I met William Walker, a year younger than Henry, who
was visiting the latter in Taylor County about 1901-
1902. But. Knew none of them as well as I did Mr.
Henry Walker, for I carried the mail for him over a star
route, front Perry to Register for some two and one-half
months during the latter part and early part of 1895,
going through two freezes while thus engaged. Dub
Register remembers those freezes for his father
(Samuel Register) was the postmaster of Register,
named for him. At that time southern Taylor County
had numbers of fine orange orchards, but the February
freeze of 1985 killed the trees to the ground.
While I was at this mail-carrying business, for $4 a
month, and board, I stayed at Mr. Walker's and got very
closely acquainted with the whole family--a rather
large one. At last account, if I remember rightly, there
were only three of the, children living, Charlie, onie of
the younger boys, Eunice (a boy despite his name), the
youngestt child of all, and Jetti now Mrs. Joe Platt of
Perry. Lee Walker, a boy one year older than I, died
many years ago but his widow Sarah Carlton Walker, I
understand is still living somewhere in Taylor County.


His daughter, Marie married Andrew King many years
ago, and, as far as I know, both are still alive as I think
is Lee's son, Leon Walker.
I'll never forget a trip I took with Lee Walker to
Lamont early in November 1894, a week or two before
I began carrying the mail for his father. Lee had taken
$5 to Lamont to buy corn at (believe it or not) 220 a
bushel. Two merchants in Lamont made Lee prices and
one of them said he'd not only give him the 20 bushels
-the $5 would buy but hand him back a quarter. Lee, of
course, accepted the latter bid and with the quarter he
got back a pint of cheap whiskey from Jim Taylor, then
running a drink shop in Lamont, On the way back we
both sampled the sorry whiskey several times and to
top this off Lee tried to teach me to smoke his pipe. I
soon got sicker than a mule as a result of the two
indulgences. That very cold afternoon, after a dinner of
sweet potatoes and pork at Lee's uncle, Fred Beaty, I
had the worst case of heartburn I ever had in my life. It
was a bitterly cold afternoon and as we were drivirg an i
ox who was in no hurry, we did not get back to Mr
Henry Walker's house two miles south of Perry .until
way in the night. It was by no means "the end of a
perfect day."
While I was at Mr. Walker's I was interested in two
things--listening to him cussing and talking at which he
was adept--and looking at his daughter, Pearl, a, girl.
about two years younger than I. Pearl married Henry.
Wilder in 1902 and both have been dead many years.
During the latter part of 1906 and early months of 1907
I boarded with them in Perry.
Hushel, the oldest son and oldest child of the family
about the' end of 1871 married Miss Zorah Turlington:
who lived in the north-western part of Taylor County.
and after, she passed away early in the 20th century he
married Miss Grantham whose family lived near
Wacissa- in Jefferson County. Hushel died. since I
moved to Tallahassee in 1927, but I don't know what
became of his family.


ce at the past


covering the door.
d Summerset to throw, out
or he would shoot. Failing
response, Putnal then went
lice car, got out a shotgun
*ed for help.
said he crawled to the
he police car and laid the
on the hood. Summerset
of the back room with the
y to shoot.
ed to shoot him when the
tendant walked out of the
om right behind him,"
id. "I relaxed on the gun
subject saw me and put the
s shoulder to shoot."
said he ducked behind the
r. Summerset grabbed the
tendant and put the rifle to
Putnal tried to run to a
separated the wash rack
grease rack. Summerset
he gun at 'him and he
behind the police car.
police. Chief John Young,,
standing out front, told
et to come .out, that he


\\as surrounded.
"' SurnN'er d'f'pied that' h. would
kill that station attendant or one of
the policemen.
Summerset walked the station
attendant out the door with the rifle
at his head, then suddenly pulled
the attendant backinto the room.
He put the rifle down, picked up
a pair of pants and started to put
them on.
Putnal then ran into the room and
put the shotgun to his chest.
Summerset reached for the rifle
and Putnal told him if he picked it
up he would shoot.
Summerset was arrested -and
taken to the county, jail.

WEDDING BELLS
Williams-Pannell
Miss Kate Thompson Williams,
daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. John
Mason Williams Jr., and Mr.
Charles Adam Pannell Jr., son of
Judge and Mrs. Charles Adam
Pannell, of Atlanta, Ga., were
married in the First Presbyterian


Church.
! The Rev. J. Hunter Coleman
performed the ceremony.
Mathis-Sherrer
Miss Terry Mathis -and Jerrell
Sherrer were married on Friday,
June 11, at the First Baptist
Church. The double-ring
ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Joe Mathis, brother of the
bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mathis of
Perry, are the parents of the bride
and the bridegroom's parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sherrer of
Perry.

ENGAGEMENT TOLD
Lawson-Woodruff
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C.
Lawson announced the
engagement of their daughter, Dale.
Ann, to Mr. Edward. Wallace
Woodruff, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
E. W. Woodruff Sr. of Naples.
Miss Lawson. was a graduate of
Taylor County High School and
attended North Florida Junior


Mr. Walker ,:old his place southwest of Perry about
1908 or 1909,'I think, and moved to Manatee County.-
I presume both he and his wife have passed away. -
Euphia the oldest daughter and second oldest child,
married Tom Eundy of Perry in 1895 and I think died;
less than five years ago,
Mr. Henr\ Walker as far as I know, was always poor,
but his brother Bill (William Walker) got'to be a rich
man becoming a merchant and banker of Quitman, Ga.,
and Brooks County politician as well, .being- a
representative in the Georgia Legislature in the
sessions of 189.9, 1900 and 1901. One of his sons,
William A: Walker, also represented Brooks Count for
two or three time., many years after his father'_ service
there. At one time he v. as a newspaper man, publishing
the Quitman Advertiser for a while. He vwas still -
living a lien Folk.s Huxford's History of Brooks Counr,
was published in 1948 or 1949.
Although there was one year's difference in the ages-..
of Henr\ and Bill Walker (the former was bom in 18447,
and the latter in 184-5i I ne\ er knew I\.o brothers that
seemed more different. Henry never achieved much in
life, judging b\ outward appearances. Bill became, a- ,
rich and influential man. Henr ''. as rather loud spoken
and didn't hesitate to spin rather big \ arns and do some -
cussing. Bill \"as, or seemed to me, to be a %ern quiet
man and not given to very vigorous expression;.
Nevertheless, tp the average person Henrs had the
most interesting personality of the two.
I liked to hear Mr. Henry Walker discuss the Ci\ il
War. He said that after the battle of Cold Harbor be
heard a Confederate soldier say, "Boys, the\ like to
have gotten me, but I killed seven bf 'em.'
I am- glad I kne" that Henry Walker famnui. It ,as-
certainl\ not j dull one.
Note: It is possible that Matilda Walker named above
as one of the children of Solomon Walker, \% as bom to
his first wife. Matilda Newton, and therefore. onl\ a
half sister ofiHeary Walker.


You have to love a nation -
that celebrates its
independence every July 4,
not with a parade o0'guns,
-ty? 'and t 'audxii tho ftile
by the I\\tite House in-a
show of strength and
muscle, but with family
picnics where kids throw
Frisbees, the potato salad'
gets iffy, and the flies die
from happiness. You may
think you have overeaten,
but it is patriotism.
--Erma Bombeck

Freedom has its life in the
hearts, the actions, the spirit
of men and so it must be
daily earned and refreshed--
else like a flower cut from
its life-giving roots, it wil(
wither and die.
--Dwight D. Eisenhower

Those who won our
independence believed
liberty to be the secret of
happiness and courage to be
the secret of liberty.
--Louis D. Brandeis


College. She was attending Florida
State University. ;-,'
Mr. Woodruff received his B'.A"
from the University of Florida.
where he was a member of Theta
Chi Social fraternity. He received
his M.A. from Florida Statc
University.

MILITARY REPORT
Nathaniel Cray Jr.
Nathaniel Cray Jr., son of Mrs.
Dorothy Pettway of Perry, was-
promoted to sergeant in the U.: S.
Air Force.
Cray. was a security policeman at:
Athenia Airport, Greece, v. iih a
unit of the U.. S. Air Forces.! iin
Europe, America's overse.i.air arrmn
assigned to NATO.
Joseph Z. Jones
Army Private Joseph Z. Jones,
19, son of Mrs. June E. Jones., o
Perry, completed eight .'Aeeks
of basic training at Ft. Jackson. S.
C.
He received instruction in drill
and -ceremonies, weapons, map .
reading, combat tactics, military
courtesy, military justice, first aid
and Army history and traditions. ..
His, father was Leo M. Jones ot
Perry.


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ains and an overflowing bay. Shorwn here are the floodwaters at the company town of Lee
la State Archives identifies the setting as a "flood near the lumberman's hotel."


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B-4 Perry News-Herald July 7-8, 2006


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AUCTION Saturday, July 8 at 6:30, 1693
SW Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360) Madison,
Florida, SUMMER COOKOUT STARTS
AT 5:30 PM. We buy truckloads from
* major retailers. If you haven't been to one
of our Auctions, you are Missing out on the
Greatest Buys Around! lots of fun & give-a-
ways. From Perry: Take Rt 221 North to
CR 360 (SW Mosley Hall Rd) Turn right,
we are about 8 miles on the right. 850-973-
2959 AU691 AB2490.
7/7

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The monthly Sons of. AMVETS
Community Yard Sale will be this
Saturday, July 8, from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Spaces are available for a $5 donation
each (a six-foot table will be provided for
each space). Walk-ins are also welcome.
2499 Woods Creek Rd. To reserve a
space, call Mark Viola at 584-5513 or 584-
8807 (after 5 p.m.).
7/5-7SA
YARD SALE Saturday 7 am-until. 1767
Pine Bluff Rd. Turn in front of Sport Craft &
follow signs. Twin bed, toddler bed,
dresser, clothes & lots more.
7/7

AMVETS Post 20 Benevolent Fund Bake
Sale,'Saturday, July 8, at the AMVETS
Post Home. Any donation gets free "Give
a Vet a Hand" cookies.
7/5-7
Yard Sale Friday & Saturday, Shady-
Grove Highway 14 West, Lawrence Rowell
Road.
7/7


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BEDROOM SET A KING BED, Chest,
TV Armoire, 2 Nightstands. Brand New,
Still Boxed. Suggested Retail $3500,
Sacrifice $1000. Can Deliver, (850)222-
9879.
7/7GCN
BEDROOM: Brand new 6 piece set,
COMPLETE. ALL NEW in boxes, $550.
(850)222-7783,
7/7GCN


FOR SALE P.A. system, day bed, dryer,
exercise walker, guns, guitars, movies,
Call 584-2184
7/7-7/12

$150 BED QUEEN PILLOW TOP
Mattress Set with Warranty, ALL NEW in
plastic, can deliver. (850)222-7783
7/7GCN
A BRAND NEW KING PILLOW TOP
Mattress Set: $250. In sealed plastic with
warranty. Can Deliver (850)425-8374
7/7GCN
BED CHERRY SLEIGH BED (Solid
Wood) NEW IN BOX $250. (500)222-2113
7/7GCN
Bed A New FULL brand MATTRESS &
BASE in plastic with warranty, $120.
(850)545-7112
7/7GCN


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'YARD SALE


Antiques & Collectibles

Friday 2:00-6:00

Saturday 9:00-5:00


Old Aman Store

Hwy. 19 N. in Eridu


Friday & Saturday Wilder Creek
Subdivision, Wide Variety Furniture,
tools, housewares, toys, cheap, cheap,
cheap! All must go! 1970 Oak Ridge Rd.
8:00 until.
7/7
Cleaning out storage, little bit of
everything! 507 E. Quail St. Saturday 8:00
a.m. until.
7/7
3-Family yard sale Hwy. 19 Sth. before
Flea,Market. Look for signs, Everett's
Mobile Home Park, across from Citgo.
Saturday, 8-until A Little bit of Everything!
7/7
Yard Sale Friday & Saturday 8-Uintil.
Down Johnson Stripling Rd. to N. James
Smith Rd. 8-until.
7/7
Huge Yard Sale!!!
Saturday at 114 E. Jane Ave. (turn at
Howell's Office Supplies) New items
include: T-shirts, lingerie and pageant
dresses; used items include: Dolls,*
records, furniture, heater, bed liners,
stuffed animals, kitchen items, and much
more. Sale starts at 8:00 am.
7/7
Moving Sale: Friday & Saturday, 2 swivel
rockers, 3 pc. living room set, 2 porch
rockers, corner hutch, dinning room
cabinet, other items. 1400 N. Cherry St.,
One block north of nursery on Ash street.
Follow signs.
7/7
2677 E. Ellison Rd, Perry, Friday and
Saturday 8-1 from Electronics to kitchen
items, you are sure to find something.
7/7
Yard Sale Saturday 8 a.m.-until, 109 Pine
Rd. Clothes of all sizes, lots of baby
clothes, toys, dishes and more. All
proceeds benefit Antioch Revival Center.
7/7
Big Moving Sale! Friday and Saturday,
504 Judson Drive (Quail-Point, Puckett
Rd) Name brand baby, child and adult
clothing, exercise equipment, metal
roofing, building supplies, toys, nick-
nacks, granite & marble tile. pots, etc.


Olympic size weight bench with leg.
extension, 400 Ibs of olympic'weights
w/curl bars and stand $350, 29 gallon fish
tank w/stand, pump and accessories $100,
Reese hitch, fits 200--5 model Chevy
trucks w/all attachments and wiring
harness $100. 2- 2" inlet and outlet Cherry
Bomb glass packs, still in the box $40
Call 838-9310
ACtfn
Music Lessons Producer/ Guitarist now
available for guitar, bass & voice students,
Beginners welcome. Call Josh Noland
850-584-5975
.6/14-7/7
COUCH + LOVESEAT MICROFIBER,
Stain Resistant, ALL NEW, Lifetime
Warranty, Can Deliver. Sug. Retail $1250,
Sell $475, (850)425-8374
7/7GCN
Couch & Loveseat: BRAND NEW
LEATHER still wrapped, lifetime warranty,
can deliver. $1900 suggested list, must
sell $795. Delivery available. (850)545-
7112
7/7GCN
DINNING ROOM: Beautiful NEW table, 6
chairs and china cabinet. Suggested retail
$1800, sell $850, still boxed, can deliver.
(850)222-2113
7/7GCN
Start your own Beauty Shop! I have 2
booth units with sinks and mirrors
included. Excellent condition, must see!
Call 584-4500.


FOR RENT
Large Office
Space
Great Location in
Downtown Perry
$535 per Month

Call 850-556-2336


Land for sale, 221 between Shiloh Church Fabrication and Construction Inc. Drivers:
Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre lots with P.O. Box 168
paved roads. Owner financing available. Murrayville, Georgia 30564
Please call (386) 658-1346 or (850) 584- Accepting Applications for the following
7466, craft: Pipe fitters, Welders, Milrights,
tfEF .Superintendent. Pay scale based on
experience, Growing Company located in
Presently rented 3 bedroom rental home North Georgia. Great Pay and Benefits!
$25,000. Buyer pays closing cost. 584- Please contact us: Phone-in 770-536-5969 6/28-7/7
9107. or fax in 770-536-5991 your resume.
7/5-7/14 6/28-7/21 ..


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
Yard Sale .We buy..call us! Collectibles
Set-up 5le MaktTools
$8 & up Hwy.19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


THE FORESTRY COMPANY
Licensed Real Estate Broker
Perry Office: 502 W. Green St./ Perry, FL
32347/office 850-584-8887,
Land For Sale
Leon Co. 150 Acres MOL in Southeast
Leon County on Natural Bridge Road
surrounded by thousands of acres of St.
Joe land. Excellent hunting in a very
natural setting. Offered at $6,000 per acre.
Franklin Co. St. George Island bay-front
home. Watch the sunsets or go boating
from this beautiful bay-front home on St.
George Island. Newly remodeled. Estate
sale. $885,000.
Taylor C. 9 acre MOL vacant wooded
home-site lot in Perry $18,000.'
Taylor Co. 30 acres for sale @ Lake Bird.
Multiple ages of planted pines. County
graded road frontage. $5,000/ acre,
Broker/Owner
,Suwannee Co. 109 acres MOL 100%
planted in 14 year old Pine trees. Plenty of
county grade frontage, 95% high and dry,
perfect for 10 acre lot subdivision Offered
at $11,000. per acre.
Madison Co. 51.5 MOL acres of beautiful
timber land! Just off CR 255 only four
miles south of 1-10, offered, at $5,500 per
acre.
6/14-7/7TFC
2 city lots behind PIZZA HUT, on
Magnolia street large live oak, fenced with
well, ready for your home, excellent buyl
$65,000. Call Jason Heartsfield @ 850-
843-0503, Nature Coast Inc.
6/30tfnJH
2800 SF 4 BR/2 Bth home on 1.8 ac. off
Paul Poppell Rd. w/enclosed patio,g
beautiful sunroom, large attic storage,
fenced in backyard with inground pool.
great neighborhood! Excellent buy!
$250,000. Call Jason Heartsfield @ 850-
843-0503. Nature Coast Inc.
6/30tfnJH
Three acres w/2002 DWMH 3BR/2 Bth,
covered patio and carport. Beautifully
landscaped w/16x32 swimming pool with
deck: Serious Inquiries. Call for appt. to
see this beautiful home. Close to new
hospital, Additional .land available.
$165,000, 850-584-5832.
6/23-7/19


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Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401.
6/21tfnSGR

Southern Villas of Perry!!
New Managementl .
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1fand 2 bedroom
HC arid non-HC accessible apartments.
Call 850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315
Puckett Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
tfSV'

3 BR/1 BTH, city, very nice, no dogs,
$500-600 mo. next to laundry on Hwy, 98
W, $300 deposit. (stove & refrigerator
furnished) central heat & air. Call 584-
7884.
7/7tfnBW

WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS.!!
1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered,
Equal Opportunity. Office hours are 8:00-
5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call 850-584-5668. 709
W. Church St., Perry, FL 32348. TDD 711.
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77.5% of Revei
Plus Fuel Surchi
No Charge Bac
Benefits Avai
Centurion Auto Tra
800-889-8139


C.N.A. ..- .LOOKing for a
environment? WOuld you I
smaller setting where peop
one another? If you have g
with an excellent atten
(others need not apply) cc
Richardson about our currer
full time day shift position
. seeking part time persons
and 10 pm 6 am. Lafayetl
Center, 512 W. Main St.,
294-3300.
6/28-717LHC
Need experienced Tandei
Driver, CDL & Clean driving
Call 386-590-0785.
6/30-7/7
Avon Reps needed in your.
own business[ Make your
only $10 start up fee. Free
-on, Contact Crystal at 584
1162.
5/31-7/7


1974 Volkswagen Super Beastie "Bug"
New Paint, carpeting, seat covers and floor
)rs- pans. Runs well $3,200. Call 584-8372
iue 7/7
arge!
ks!! 1989 Dodge Caravan loaded, excellent
i interior $1295. Also other dependable
ansport transportation starting $595. 1-850-948-
4869.
7/7EMC
stable work'
ike to work in a (4) 285/16 Buckshot
ple get to know mudgrip tires, very good shape $250
ood references
dance history Bed mat for-2004 Chevreolet truck $50
contact Jennifer Too00 Box for full size truck $125
nt opening for a584-2871
i. We are also 584-2871
for 6 am -2 pm
tte Health Care
Mayo, FL 386-


m Dump Truck Low Cost Pet Vaccinations!
I record a must. Saturday, 7/8 at Country Time Feed in.
Perry. Dog, Cat and horse vaccination
specials. Heart worm test & Coggins.
Heart worm and flea prevention available.
area. Start your. Pick up your flyer today at Country Time
own schedule! Feed.
e gift with sign 7/5-7
2 male Maltese puppy's $600 a piece. Call
584-2883.
6/28tfnWFS


Come one... L
Come, olj! Lost Dog- missing from Hampton Springs
P Rd,. Black, short hair, Cocker Spaniel mix,
PERRY ELKS female. Call 223-3448 with any
.. '. information.
7/7
LOOKING FOR UNWANTED
Mondays 7:00 p.m APPLIANCES:
Monday 7:00 p.m.. Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers,
Public Welcome Windows, AC Units, Working or
305 Puckett Road Non-working. Give me a call and
I'll pick it up! Call 843-0356.


APALACHEE CENTER
A Behavioral Health Care Center is
currently seeking:
LICENSED THERAPIST #1182
A Master's Degree from an accredited
University or college with a major in
psyGhology, social work, counseling or a
related human services field and three
years of related professional experience.
lorida Licensed clinical Social worker or
mental health counselor preferred.
MASTER'S LEVEL THERAPIST #2267
A minimum of a Master's, Degree with a
major, in counseling, social work,
psychology, nursing, rehabilitation,
special education, health education, or a
related Human services field and two
years of professional experience in
providing services. to persons with.
behavioral illness. Substance abuse
knowledge preferred, some local travel
required. License preferred.
For mor e information and a complete
listing of available positions:
www.apalacheecenter.org.
Human Resources.
2634-J;Capital Circle NE,
Tallahassee, FL ,
Pre-hire Drug screen & FDLE background
check. An Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative
Action Employer, Drug-Free Workplace
7/7APC

TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Road Maintenance Tech $8.04/.hr. +'
benefits
Planner $34,777 $39,145 + benefits
Fire Fighter $10.78/hr. + benefits = must
have Florida FF Certificate.
Custodian 15 hrs. per week $6.49/hr.
Entire job descriptions and requirement's
can be viewed at HYPERLINK
"http://ww.tcfl-libinfo.com" www.tcfl-
libinfo.com, or Taylor Employment
Connections, 1702 S.' Jefferson Street.
Positions are open until filled. Taylor
County is an EOE/VP/Drug
-iinyBac:iround Check Employer
Experienced convenient store manager
needed. Call'Ware Oil at 584-6666 or fax
resume to 584-6339. Ware Oil is an equal
opportunity employer of drug free
workplaces,
7/7tfnWO
Houskeeping Positions we are currently
accepting applications for part time
positions (day shift and evening shift),
Only persons with positive work
references and excellent attendance
record need apply. Contact Bobby
Roberts, Lafayette Health Care Center,
512 W. Main St.,.Mayo, FL.
6/28-7/7LHC
HELP WANTED Badcock Home
Furniture and More, Warehouse Delivery
person. Good license and must be 21,
6/21tfnBC

Muscians Do you like to play music? If
you do I am the one to seel I need bass
player, rythem player, and drummer.
Country & Old time rock and roll. If
interested Call (850)578-2606. Perry,
Keaton Beach, FL,
6/28-7/14
C.N.A Smaller, modern skilled nursing
center, PTO system. Nice *work
atmosphere. Seeking persons with
excellent work history and attendance
record. Full time 10 pm to 6 am position,
Also, variable schedule position with
primary day shift hours. Contact Jennifer
ichardson. Lafayette Health.Care Center,
512 W. Main St., Mayo, FL
7/5-7/14NC
HOUSEKEEPERS NEEDED
Experienced housekeeper needed.
Dependable with reliable transportation is
a must. Please apply in person at
Steinhatchee Landing Resort, 203 Ryland
Circle, Steinhatchee, FL 32359. 352-498-
3513.
12/9tfnSL


P-'ocKet vvatcnes uiamonas
. Postcards- Sports Memorabilia
Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys


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Aaron's, with 1,200 stores & GROWING, seeks high energy.
successful Managers & Assistant Managers to join our Team.
Closed Sunday! .
Great Pay APPLY IN PERSON
Medical/Dental Plan 1290 Je-rtr.:n Si
Bonus franmaun@msn.com Perry, Fi. (next to wai-Mar


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LOOKING FOR

INNOVATIVE FLEXIBLE

HOURS...

Need more time with family ?

Want to return to school? Just ? ? ? ? ?
RN or LPN Weekend Tr atmnus


WANT TO BUY

Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars
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m Pritchett Trucking, Inc.

Experienced CLS "A"
Drivers Needed
for local van trailer operation
(in Cross City & Perry)
$1,000 Sign-on Bonus Local runs $575 $675 Home nights
Health/Life Insurance Available 401K Paid Vacation
Weekly Performance Bonus $500 Quarterly Safety/Performance Bonus
DOT Insp & Referral Bonus
Call 1-800-808-3052


DRIVERS *


$2000.00

UP FRONT BONUS


WANT TO BEHOMEA TONIGHT?
If you are looking for a great job that will allow
you to plan your activities well in advance...
just give us a call.

REQUIREMENTS: CLASS A CDL
HAZMAT
TANKER

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!!!
WE WILL TRAIN YOU

CALL 850-584-6666 ext. 402


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B-5 Perry News-Herald July 7-8, 2006


J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
tfJD
Palm Trees Done Professionally! 20 year
experience, stump grinding, tree trimming,
Licensed & Insured. Call John at 850-672-
0290 .

A 2 Z Farm and Lawn Services
Harrowing, bush hog mowing, dirt leveling,
rake work and complete lawn services.
Tree trimming/ removal, dump truck
services. Call 584-6737.
4/12tfn
Quick Delivery Service Specializing in
Small Moves. Call for a free estimate. 386-
719-5478(home) or 386-344-0641 (cell) 156
SE Mountaintop Glen Lake City FL 32025.
6/14-7/7
HURRICANE SEASON IS HERE!!!
TREE REMOVAL, STUMP GRINDING
Free Estimates, Bucket Truck Available,
branches trimmed. Licensed & Insured.
Call John (Sesock), (850) 584-2027 or
(850) 591-8301.
5/19-6/30

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.
01/04tfnBR

LLC, Jeff Wilson Tile installation, Tile
repair, re-grout, concrete coating. Call 838-
5929
5/5tfnJW

Brenda & Teena's House Cleaning & Lawn
Mowing. Residential & Business. For
Free Estimate call 850-223-2477.
6/2-7/26
Whole Sale Transmissions used & rebuilt.
I also buy old transmissions for Cores.
850-843-2904, or 850-584-3193.
3/8tfnRS

The Handyman experts LLC, honest work!
Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting,
'interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home"
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor,, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
584-3776 (office). 25 years.
tfJM
STUMP GRINDING
AND
PRESSURE WASHING.
Free Estimates!!!
Call Billy Blue at
838-1307 or 672-0955
3/10tfnBB

Bush Hog Mowing, Dozer Work, Rake
Work,. Land Clearing, Free Estimates. Call
(850) 843-2187.
4/5-9/15
Need Help? experienced nurses aid, will
sit with elderly, cook and do some light
house work. Preferably in the Keaton
Beach area. Call Geraldine at 578-2169.
6/30-7/12

Buddy's Pressure Washing. Gutter and
roof cleaning lawn service and lots more.
Call for free estimates 223-2342.
6/14-7/7


Announcements

Is Stress Ruining Your Relationships? Buy and Read
DIANETICS by L. Ron Hubbard Call (813)872-0722 or
seendS8.0 to Dianctics, 3102N. Habana Ave., Tampa FL
33607.

Auctions
LANDAUCTION200 Props Must beSold! Low Down/
E-Z Financing. Free Catalog (800)937-1603
WWW.LANDAUCTION.COM N.R.L.L. East, LLC
Auction Business License:AB2509, Mark Buleziuk Auc-
tioneer License:AU3448. Jeffrey Johnston Auctioneer
Liccnse:AU3449, Stacey Mauck Auctioneer
Liccnse:AU3447.


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For Sale 24 ft. Grady White off shore
cuddy, full canvas, 235 Johnson, float on
trailer. For info call 850-578-2500.
6/30-7/14PP

FOR SALE '05' Kazuma 150 cc; green,
auto reverse & shift w/reverse. Asking
$1,000. 2 Cockatiels with Ig. cage. Lots of
toys and big playland. Cage is 30x18x36.
asking $300. Call 223-1053. leave
message.






In the circuit court for Taylor County,
Florida Probate.Division
File No.: 2006-334-CP
Division: Probate
In Re: Estate of Robert Cecil Rial,
Deceased'
Notice to Creditors
The administration of the estate of
ROBERT CECIL RIAL, deceased, whose
date of death was August 22, 2005, is
pending in the Circuit Court .for Taylor
County, Florida, probate Division, the
address of which is P.O. Box 620, Perry,
Florida 32348. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required to be
served must file their claims with this
court, within the later of 3 months after
the time of the first publication of this
notice or 30 days after the date of
service of a copy of this notice on
them.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court within
'3 months after the date of the first
publication of this notice.
All claims not filed within the time periods
set forth in section 733.702 of the Florida
Probate code will be forever barred.
Notwithstanding the time periods set
forth above, any claim filed two (2)
years or more after the decedents
date of death is barred.
The date of the first publication of this
notice is July 7, 2006.
Attorney for personal representative:
John N. Weed
Attorney for Judy Leon
Florida Bar No. 324840
John Weed PA
605 South Jefferson Street
Perry, Florida 32347
Telephone: (850)223-1-665
Personal Representative:
Judy Leon
Personal Representative
2530 Mixon Rd.
Perry, Florida 32347
7/7,7/14


PUBLIC NOTICE OF SALE
The Storage Place, Highway 98W in
Perry, Florida announces a public sale to
be held on Saturday, July 15, 2006 at
10:00 A.M. The :3- ..,ni -te he-d at the
storage facility Ic..: 3H.3 .:.-. 1-,. 98W in
Perry, Florida.
The sale is being held .,to' satisfy a
landlord's lien, everything sold is
purchased "as is" "where isjfor cash. The
storage place reserves 'i-e right to
cancel any public .si3 that is
advertised. "Also, the t.:.o., place
reserves the right to no sale a unit if
deemed necessary. -i-, units being
sold are as follows:
P05 JUDY WATKINS
P08 DAVID STRICKLAND
P10O TAMMY MIMS
P14 BEVERLY NUNLEY
P20 & P23 ZINA WATKINS
P49 DENISE MANGO
P51 CHRISTI MCKENZIE
P58 DIANNA MATHIS
P60 TIMOTHY LUNDY
P77 NANCY MORRIS '
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