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Perry News-Herald

,'lr:. ,ild of the South Since 1889


February 23-24, '2007,


FCAT starts Monday



High stakes for students, teachers


_... Students and teachers are geared
up for FCAT which begins
Monday, Feb. 26, for all students
Sin grades 3-10, continuing with
make-ups through March 7.
The Stanford 10 will be given
beginning March 5 to students in
grades K-2.
FCAT (Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test) is the
accountability measure that
Even if you didn't walk in "Step Up, Florida uses to measure students'
Florida" this year, you can learn from academic performance from one
the tips and statistics given by the year to the next. FCAT results are
Taylor County Health Department. year to th e next. FCAT suresulquate
Please see our Health & Fitness also used to measure Adequate
section, starting on page C-1.


Brown


saves city


$316,000

The Perry City Council has
awarded City Manager Bob
Brown a performance incentive
bonus of $5,100 (representing six
percent of his base salary).
:Provisions for the bonus are
included in Brown's employment
copntraat. The incentive is based on
any savings and efficiencies "'' "'
Brown coordinates for the city.
In his first year in the position,'
Brown has spearheaded several
initiatives that saved the city
$316,540, according to a report
presented to the council Feb. 13.
These included: A :
Lift station #1 drying bill-- : ...
negotiated savings from a charge
of $316,000 to $100,00: $216,000 .
Changing billing code .''
(electric): $5,852 ;
Recreation office relocated to
City Hall: $1,471 (utilities)
Zoning fees under cost: $3,500 Taylor County Extensiol
DEPWastewater Regulatory & orphanage during a recent
Surveillance Fee (small lack of protein in their die
community fee waiver resulted in to do something about it.
paying $100): $6,400 (savings)
Consolidation of recreation,
community development position:
$25,891ount
Florida Administrative Code
subscription (free on-line): $1,076 Cu
Reduced by one meter reading CII
hand-held units required: $2,700 y
Not renewing non-beneficial
Please see page 2 The Taylor County Commission
agreed Tuesday night to abandon a
p portion of the right-of-way of
2 i I Dekle Beach Road to the
.2 1 1j u red developers of Magnolia Bay
Marina and Resort project.
Shn The property deeded to the
in head -o developers--some 3.45 acres--will
I become a channel providing deep
!1 is water access to the project's marina
C ^ ||l and boat ramps.
collision The road will remain open.
According to a development
A two-vehicle head-on crash agreement between the county and
occurred last Friday, Feb. 16, on the developers, Dr. J. Crayton
Beach Road near Kelly. Grade.
A Nissan car, driven by :,:
Margaret A. Karns, 19, with
passenger Patrick Anderson, 20, .
drifted right, off the roadway and
was over-corrected by its driver.
The car went out of control, '/
crossed the center line and struck a
2003 Ford truck, driven by Scott -
Murray, 26. A dog in the truck was
killed in the crash.
'Murray was treated at the scene Right-of-way will
by Doctors' Memorial Hospital become new canal.
Emergency Medical Services
paramedics Janie Sites and Chad Pruitt, who owns the project, has
Bush, and EMTs R. B. Lee and agreed to deed to the county the
Bonita Gray for "serious" injuries. six-lane boat ramp and 400 parking
He was then transported to spaces at the marina site totaling
Perry/Foley Airport where DMH some 17 acres. The county will
transport helicopter, AirMedic also receive 40 acres on the east
One, awaited to fly him to side of Keaton Beach Road for a
tallahassee Memorial Hospital. future annex as well as four
i Karns and Anderson received additional acres near the Keaton
minor injuries, but were not Beach boat ramp for parking.
treated. At Tuesday's meeting, the
Karns was charged with careless developers agreed to a number of
driving. provisions proposed by


Perry News-Herald
Two sections 118th 1Year, No. S
www.perrvnelwspapers.colm


Yearly Progress (AYP) which is
the federal measure of
accountability.
For students and schools in
Florida, academic achievement all
boils down to one thing: FCAT,
according to Director of
Instruction Wanda Kemp.
Beginning this year, FCAT
results will also be a major factor
in teacher performance evaluation,
she noted.
Passed by the legislature last
year and becoming effective this
school year, the STAR (Special


Teachers Are Rewarded) Plan, will
provide the top 25 percent of
teachers, as determined by student
FCAT scores, with merit pay.
Based on a funding formula
from the state, each district will
determine the top 25 percent of
teachers from elementary, middle
and high school levels based on
their students' FCAT scores. These
top 25 percent will receive bonus
(merit) supplement. The state will
allocate approximately $150,000
to Taylor County for its STAR
teachers.


n Agent Clay Olson is shown with a Haitian girl found in an
t visit there. Many of the girl's peers are going blind due to a
et, but Olson has joined a group from Florida who are trying


deeds right-of


way is a manmade ditch. It was
dug when the road to Jug Island
was constructed years ago. This
would be the most prudent place to
put the canal. If approved, the road
will not be negatively affected. The


The district has been providing
supplemental academic services to
students who are at risk for not
passing FCAT. From grades 2-10,
eligible students have been
receiving additional remediation
and tutoring, preparing them for
improvement on FCAT.
Jan Walker, principal at Taylor
County Elementary school, is
feeling confident students at TCES
will improve this year.
"Teachers are more confident,
students feel prepared, and the
school is ready for FCAT," she


said.
"Parents play the most important
role in their children's success in
school," Kemp said. "We
encourage parents to make sure
their students go to bed early, eat a
good breakfast; get to school on
time, and come to school ready and
prepared to succeed on FCAT.
"It's a stressful time for
everyone, especially the students.
Parents, please talk
to your children with
"-*, Please see page 3


For the




children

By CHARLES SADLER
Staff writer
Imagine being asked to go to a third world country to help children
starved of protein--a condition that has triggered ah outbreak of
rampant blindness among the poorest of the poor.
The problem?
This place has one of the highest murder rates in the world,
highway bandits, political corruption, wall-to-wall poverty and
overall lawlessness. It is a place where the average life span is 43
years old and, if a child does live to see his or her first birthday, the
chances of being abandoned and ending up in a politically corrupt
state orphanage are very high.
Taylor County Extension Agent Clay Olson was asked to go, to
help and he did just that.
"Two other county agents from St. Johns and Putnal counties were
talking to me a -while back about the plight of the blind children in
Haiti," Olson said. "They said that a large segment of the children
were going blind because they had virtually no protein in their diet but
that they, along with others, had found a way to help."
American volunteers had already set up a program in Christianville,
a compound 18 miles from the capital city, where a farm had been
built to raise hogs, chickens, goats and ponds for fish--four sources of
protein.
The compound also included a medical clinic and pastoral college
,* Please see page 8


*way to marina


road will continue to stay open and road and then it goes into the
the old right of way will become a marsh grass and then the ditches.
deep water channel for public use." "If you grant my request, the
Referring to the present road stays open, it is structurally
condition of the roadway, Howard ,* Please see page 3
said, "There is a shoulder to the


The Taylor County Commission agreed to abandon a portion of the right-of-way along Dekle
Beach Road to Magnolia Bay Marina & Resort. According to the developers, the property will
be the new location of a deep water canal connecting the project to the Gulf of Mexico.


Culvert expansion also approved


After agreeing to abandon a
portion of the right-of-way of
Dekle Beach Road to the
developers of the proposed
Magnolia Bay Marina and Resort,
the county commission also
granted the project a right-of-way


Looking Back ......
TV listings .........
Classified .........
Health & Fitness ....


...B-2
..B-3
...B-4
...C-1


use permit in order to expand an
existing series of culverts
underneath the roadway from 35 to
65 feet.
According to attorney Trey
Howard, who represents the
developers, expanding the culverts


will allow the proposed marina
basin to flow properly.
The plans for the new culverts
will have to be approved by
County Engineer Kenneth Dudley
,-* Please see page 2


Weather


Saturday
74 / 37


Sunday
- 77 / 58'
S50%


Slam Dunk p. B-1


Friday
730 / 37


Commissioner Rudolph Parker
including a reverter clause in
which the right-of-way would be
returned to the county should the'
development not receive its
permits or if the boat ramp is not
completed within three years of the
project receiving the permits.
"This is a very unique situation
that Taylor County has not been
faced with before," said attorney
Trey Howard, who represents the
project.
"I am not asking you to close a
road or deny anyone access to their
property, I am asking that you
abandon a portion of the right-of-
way 10 feet from the edge of the
pavement. The reason that this is
critical to the project is no secret,
we need that right-of-way for a
channel."
A similar request made by the
developers was denied by the
commission in November. That
request asked for the right of way
up to two feet from the edge of the
pavement and failed in a 3-2 vote.
"The right-of-way currently
consists of marsh land with man-
made ditches running through it.
When applying for permits from
agencies such as Suwannee River
Water Management District
(SRWMD) or the Army Corps of
Engineers there are two basic
principles that should always be
followed: avoidance and
minimization of impacts," Howard
said.
"The ditch that runs through the
marshland in your road right-of-



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A-2 Perry News-Herald February 23-24, 2007


Job Fair planned March 31


Family fun
Perry Primary held a Math Family Fun Night in January for kindergarten, first and second
grade students. More than 130 students, teachers and parents attended the event in which
teachers shared ways to teach different math skills. Shown is teacher Mary Camp working
with Jeremy Padgett.



Budget absorbed



premium increases


BROWN
Continued from page 1
memberships: $2,550
Animal control shelter utilities:
$600
Custodian from full to part-
time: $15,788
Time of Use electric rate at
sprayfield: $8,712
New employee EAP provider:
$1,000
GSAP gas purchasing
agreement: $25,000

County engineer to
approve plan first
ROAD USE
Continued from page 1
before any construction work will
be allowed to begin.
Commissioner Rudolph Parker
made a motion to grant the permit
and Commissioner Mark Wiggins
seconded. The measure passed.
unanimously.


Also during that 12-month
cycle, some $146,365 in new
revenues were secured:
Pay station: $4,598
Interest earned on D.P loan
(above the interest paid back):
$126,000
Re-negotiated Lance contract:
$4,567
Outside city gas surcharge:
$11,200
Additional highlights for that
same year included:
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council.
New WealthBuilder benefit for
"secure future."
City absorbed premium
increase on medical insurance.
Life insurance benefit
increased to $20,000.
New hiring/promotion
procedure "ensures fairness."


Looking for the right job? Or,
looking for reliable, qualified
employees?
Job hunters and job recruiters
alike will have an opportunity to
get together at an area-wide job
fair scheduled Wednesday, March
21, at Forest Capital Hall.
Local Employment Connections
offices are joining forces to match
local employers with available
employees. The job fair will
be open to the public from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
Employers interested in
hiring youth are asked to stay
until 3 p.m.
Job fair organizers said the event
will attract employers and
prospective employees from
Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette,
Madison, Suwannee and Taylor


Ag Summit

this Saturday
On Saturday, Feb. 24,
Congressman Allen Boyd will host an
Agriculture Summit to discuss the
drafting of the 2007 Farm Bill and the
needs of farmers in North Florida.
The meeting will be held in
Monticello at Simpson Nurseries
Packing House (located just off U.S.
Highway 19) from 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Boyd will be joined by Agriculture
Committee Chairman Collin Peterson,
Florida Agriculture Commissioner
Charles Bronson, Florida Farm
Bureau President John Hoblick and
University of Florida's Institute of Food
and Agricultural Sciences Vice
President Dr. Joe Joyce.


counties. Businesses can reserve a
space in advance by calling Suzan
Bain, Taylor Employment


Connections, at 584-7604 or email
bains@nfwdb.org. Reservations'
are $25.


TCSWD.cancels Feb. meeting
The Taylor County Soil and Water Conservation District has canceled
its February meeting, which was planned for Monday at the Shady Grove
Literacy Center. An oversight in posting the required public meeting
notice was the reason cited for the cancellation. The board will meet the
fourth Monday in March.


ATTENTION!!
The Perry-Foley Airport
is currently accepting __. ,
applications for

Airport Advisory
Board Members
until March 9, 2007.
Two positions, both are three-year terms
which will expire in February 2010.

ANYONE WHO HAS AN INTEREST IN THE PERRY-FOLEY
AIRPORT, IN AVIATION OR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
IN TAYLOR COUNTY IS INVITED TO APPLY.

We recently finished construction of a new terminal
and will soon begin construction of new t-hangars.
We encourage the community to be part of their
airport planning and development.
For an application please contact
Tommie Stanaland, Airport Manager at 850-838-3519
(Applications must be submitted directly to the airport manager.)
*Perry-Foley Airport is owned and operated by the Taylor County Board of
Commissioners and committee selection will be made by the Board of Commissioners.












To grant right-of-way



Motion passes unanimously


A-3 Perry News-Herald February 23-24, 2007



Test is a 'barometer'


for student learning


MARINA
Continued from page 1
improved and you will have
provided the citizens of Taylor
County with good, deep water
access to the Gulf at no cost to the
county," Howard concluded.
Commission Chairman Malcolm
Page then asked his fellow
commissioners if they had
questions for Howard.
Parker began the discussion by
outlining a series of provisions he
wanted added before he would
agree to the abandonment
including the reverter clause.
Parker's provisions were: the
development would be responsible
for any damages to the roadway
incurred during the construction of
the project; if a catastrophic storm
hits the area and damages or
destroys the. roadway, the
development would pay for the
repairs; residents would be
allowed to fish and crab off the
side of the roadway; and no
guardrails would be placed on the
remaining county right-of-way.
During a subsequent break,
Howard asked his clients and they
agreed to all of the provisions with
the exception of the guardrails.
Their plans were to come back to
the county at a later date to ask for
permission to construct guard rails
on the right-of-way eight feet from
the pavement.
According to County Engineer
Kenneth Dudley, 10 feet is the
minimum amount of right-of-way
Soff the pavement in which the
county could install parallel
parking spots.
The developers ultimately
agreed to install the guardrails 10
feet from the pavement south of
.the proposed helicopter pad, but
asked that no parking spots be
installed north of that location
where boat slips (on the canal) are
proposed.
Once commissioners were

MwS1 your it to in


finished, Page opened the hearing
to public comment. In all, 17
people spoke on the subject, split
almost evenly on the subject with
eight speaking for the right-of-way
closure and nine speaking
against.
After each speaker finished,
applause broke out from the
capacity crowd, which spilled out
into the hallway.
"We've had developments, some
good and some bad,"
Commissioner Clay Bethea said
following the public comments.
"As we continue to progress,
change is going to be inevitable."
He then made a motion to
approve 1he right-of-way
abandonment with Parker's
conditions.
Parker then seconded the
measure.
"They came before us awhile
back asking for this and the truth of
the matter looks like they're giving
us a pretty good deal. I couldn't
vote on it before because they only
allowed us to have two feet on the


side of the edge of the pavement
for us to work on the road," Parker
said.
"I felt if we could get these
things written into the agreement
it would be a real plus for the
county," he added.
"The first time this item came
up, it came up in a different form.
It came up to me as closing a
road," said Commissioner Pat
Patterson. "We're not abandoning a
road, we're abandoning a portion
of the right-of-way.
"The boat ramp will belong to
the county; it will belong to the
people," she said.
"I too think this is a plus for
Taylor County. At first, I thought it
was a negative. After reconsidering
the information that came before
me, giving time to study it closer
and go back over it, I have
reconsidered my thoughts."
"For the past three months I've
considered the pros and cons,"
Page said. "I've prepared mentally
about nine speeches about why I
am against the abandonment of the


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right-of-way. Then again, I came
up with at least nine arguments
about why this is good for Taylor
County."
"As late as late this afternoon, I
prayed about it and asked myself
the question, 'If this .was my
private road, would I swap it--I've
heard it's worth about $9 million--
for a $50 million boat ramp and
plus 40 acres plus five acres?'"
"Yeah, I'd be crazy not to," Page
said.
He then called for a vote and the
measure passed unanimously.


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FCAT
Continued from page 1
confidence. Tell them that they
have worked hard; their teachers
and school have prepared them
well; and everyone is expecting
great results on FCAT," she
added.
The annual test, besides being
a barometer of student learning,
is used to calculate overall
school grades, which identify


successful schools eligible for
financial rewards and struggling
schools requiring assistance.
Students in schools graded F
two years in a row, are eligible
for state vouchers.
A pass-fail standard for the
Florida Comprehensive Assess-
ment Test (FCAT) was adopted
by the Florida Cabinet in 2001
that makes mandatory passing of
the test a requirement for
graduating.


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A-4 Perry News-Herald February 23-24, 2007


Andrew Brantley Wiles, Daryn Danielle Quick
March wedding

Quick, Wiles will say

vows at Verdura Oaks
David G. and Dale Quick of Tallahassee announce the engagement of
their daughter, Daryn Danielle, to Andrew Brantley Wiles, the son of
Robert V. and Linda Wiles of Perry.
The bride-elect graduated from North Florida Christian School in 2003,
and is now a Hearing Instrument Specialist, employed with Tallahassee
Hearing Center.
The groom-elect graduated from Taylor County High School in 1992
and is now a full-time Florida National Guard Sergeant with the 83rd
Troop Command at the National Guard Armory in Tallahassee. He is the
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. M.E. Wiles, and the late Mr. Earnest Lamar and
Sarah Patrick.
The wedding will be an event of March, 2007, in Verdura Oaks of
Tallahassee.

Wedding reminder


Holtzclaw, Cochran to

wed in April ceremony
J.M. and Frances Holtzclaw of O'Brien announce the engagement of
their daughter, Mesharia Sue, to Dannie Ross Cochran, the son of Dannie
and Arlene Cochran of Perry, and Dave and Becky Eccard of Tallahassee.
The bride-to-be is a 2002 graduate of Branford High School and a 2005
graduate of Lake City Community College.
The prospective groom is a 2001 graduate of Taylor County High
School.
The couple is planning an April 14, 2007, wedding at 4 p.m. in O'Brien
Baptist Church.
All friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend.

Burnett, Bellamy to

marry this Saturday
Viola Burney Bellamy of Perry, and Earnest and Savanah Bellamy Sr. of
Monticello, announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jennifer
Denise, to Nathaniel Burnett III, the son of Florita and Tommy Buggs, and
Nathaniel and Elizabeth Burnett II of Perry.
The couple will exchange vows on Saturday, Feb. 24, at 5 p.m. in
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church on Lance Drive. A reception will
follow at the Perry Men's Club.


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Official hosts of the 12 Florida State
title will be welcomed to their "home
es ven da s of practice and re ration


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Sat rday Dannie Ross Cochran, Mesharia Sue Holtzclaw
atU ay... Deadline nears for petition
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Hosts and hostesses for this year's very important guests include: John
and Diane Ching, Bobby and Lynda Edwards, Mike and Mandy Cornelius;
Kenny and Alana Stohr, Tommie and Mary Jo Stanaland, and Jeff and June
Byers.
Jerrod and Abbey Tharpe will also display hospitality, toward the 2006
Florida Jr. Miss, Laura Beard, who was their guest last year when she was
vying for the title. Three other candidates from the 2006 program are
returning this year, and will also be the guests of the Tharpes.
"We are very grateful to these families for opening their homes to the
girls during the week leading up to the state pageant," said Rick Olcoit,
state program chairman.


!Holmes-'Brown
Kristina Holmes and Matthew Brown remind friends and relatives of
their wedding Saturday, Feb. 24, at 5:30 p.m. in the First Presbyterian
Church. A reception will follow in the fellowship hall.


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A-5 Perry News-Herald February 23-24, 2007

Obituaries


Dan Clark
Dan "Doc Henry" Clark, 53, a
resident of Perry, died Feb. 19,
2007.
He was music director and
afternoon radio host at Power
Country 92.1 FM in Perry.
Survivors include: his wife of 30
years, Evelyn Clark; a son, Jeremy
Clark; two daughters, Danielle
Creech and Edith Clark; and a
granddaughter, Shanelle Creech.
A memorial service will be held
Saturday, Feb. 24, at 2 p.m. at Beth
Haven Baptist Church in Lake
City.
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
Frank L. Hall
Frank L. Hall, 91, died Feb. 21,
2007, at Doctors' Memorial
Hospital.
He was predeceased by a son,
James E. Hall of Wilmington, Del.
Survivors include: a daughter-in-'


law, Barbara Hall of Wilmington; a
son, Frank Hall Jr. of Wilmington;
a host of grandchildren; a special
companion of 20 years, Anne
Lawson, and her two daughters,
Lisa Wells and Angie Lawson.
Memorial services will be held
Saturday, Feb. 24, at 2 p.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home, which is in
charge of arrangements.
Mavis Teresa Denmark
Mavis Teresa Denmark, 87, died
Feb. 20, 2007, at her residence in
Perry.
A native of Perry, Mrs. Denmark
had lived in Clearwater, moving
back to Perry in 1972. She had
worked as a nurse and was a
member of the Church of God.
She was preceded in death by a
son, Terry Denmark.
Survivors include: two
daughters, Brenda Shaw and
Wynona Bressler, both of Perry; a
daughter-in-law, Marsha Denmark;


a half-brother, Sam Blue; two half-
sisters, Blannie Lee Blue and Mary
Nell Blue; eight grandchildren,
nine great grandchildren; and a
host of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Thursday, Feb. 22, at 2 p.m. at Joe
P. Burns Funeral Home with
interment following at Woodlawn
Cemetery.
Family members received
friends Wednesday from 6-8 p.m.
at Burns Funeral Home, which was
in charge of arrangements.
Thyrza W. Bolton
Thyrza W. Bolton, 79, died Feb.
21, 2007, at her residence in Perry.
She was born in Miami and
moved to Perry in 1948. Mrs.
Bolton was a member of the
United Daughters of the
Confederacy.
She was preceded in death by a
daughter, Patricia Lynn Bolton.
Survivors include: two sons,


Wayne Bollon of Texas and Bruce
Bolton of Bartow; a daughter,
Janeen Brown of Perry; five


grandchildren; and three great
grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held


Sunday, Feb. 25, at 2 p.m. at Joe P.
Burns Funeral Home, which is in
charge of arrangements.


Cards of Thanks


Webb
On Feb. 6, 2007, our Savior called home David
"Buddy" Webb, loving husband, papa, brother, father,
uncle, cousin and friend. We'd like to express how
very grateful we are to Lt. Steve Miller for his efforts,
expertise, respect and finally his compassion during
our early desperate moments, and in the ensuing days.
Taylor County is fortunate to have him.
. We, as well, wish to thank the rest of EMS staff and
deputies who responded. You all did an an excellent
job. We could not have asked for a better team.
Thanks, in addition, to Jeff Watson and Keith Reed
who stopped and helped us. Steinhatchee is such a
close-knit community and we know how hard this
must have been for each of you. Bro. Vaughn Famell,
thank you for all you did and for your prayers that
helped us to find a sense of peace when we needed it
most.
Many people called and came by offering kind
words and sympathy. Others brought food, sent
flowers, hugged us and held our hands. Thank you.
Each of your acts of kindness are treasured and will
long be remembered. To our Trenton Dialysis Center
"family," we could not have made it through this past
six years without your support. Please know you all


remain in our hearts and prayer. A special thanks to
Bro. Randy Jones and Bro. Paul Nawlin, who used
God's words to lighten our heavy hearts.
Most sincerely,
Evelyn Webb, Connie Ray and Jeannie Mathis,
Stevie and Vicki Webb, Debra Cotrel, Ricky Mathis,
Joyce and Buddy Hires, and Shirley Smith

Lasftey
The .family of Jacquelyn Lynch Lashley would like
to thank all our friends, neighbors, family and other
"special" people for the love, support, and many acts
of thoughtfulness shown during the recent loss of our
loved one.
We really appreciate all the prayers, food, flowers,
phone calls, supplies, visits and concern. A very
special thanks to Home Health Care and the two
angels: Kim and Donna, who went above and beyond
the call of duty to assist us. You'll never know how
much it meant to us. Also, a special thanks to one of
the best, most compassionate doctors in Perry, Dr.
Mahrinrad. You are truly an angel of mercy. Thank all
of you from the bottom of our hearts.
Carl Register, Sissy Register Hendrix, Shelia
Lashley Stiner, Woody Lashley and families


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P.K. Yonge 9-1


The Taylor County High
baseball team capitalized on some
solid pitching from Derek Miller
plus some timely hitting to defeat
P.K. Yonge 9-1 Tuesday in
Gainesville.
The junior left-hander allowed
only three hits while striking out
10. He gave up no walks to record
the complete-game win.
Top hitters for the Bulldogs
were: Miller, 1-2 with a double
and two runs scored; Ethan


Young, 1-3 with one run scored
and an RBI; Kendall Thompson,
1-4 with one run scored and an
RBI and Will Hall, 1-4 with a
double, a RBI and a run scored.
Taylor County, now 1-2 on the
.season, travels to Tallahassee
Rickards on Friday, then to Mayo
Saturday, for a 4 p.m. game.
The Bulldogs' next home
contest will be Tuesday at 6 p.m.
against North Florida Christian.


JV stomps Madison


10-2; record now 3-0


The Taylor County High junior
varsity -baseball team ran its record
to 3-0 on the year Wednesday with
a 10-2 win over Madison.
Bulldog pitcher Charlie Johnson
went the distance, giving up two
runs in the first inning before
shutting out the Cowboys for the
remainder of the game. Johnson
struck out eight while giving up
only one walk.
At the plate, Taylor Ratliff led
the effort for the jayvee 'Dogs
going 3-4 with a triple while
scoring three runs.
Other top hitters included: Caleb
Murphy, 2-3 with two runs scored
and 1 RBI; Colby Murphy, .1-2
with an RBI and two runs scored
and Wil. Joiner, 1-3 with 2 RBIs.


On Tuesday the jayvee scored in
every inning and held P.K. Yonge
scoreless after the first inning on
the way to a 19-6 victory.
Ratliff came on in relief of
Johnson to get the win. Ratliff
also batted 2-3, two runs scored
along with driving in two runs.
Other top hitters included:
Colby Murphy, 2-3, 3 RBIs and 4
runs scored and Joiner, who also
collected 2 hits.
The jayvee has outscored
opponents 40-14 through three
games..
The Bulldogs travel to
Tallahassee-Rickards Friday, then
to Mayo on Saturday for a 1 p.m.
game.


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Sporting clay entry by Feb. 28


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held Saturday, April 7 at
Gunrunners on Highway 19
South.
The tourney will feature shooter
teams consisting of four
participants each in a 50-shot
sporting clay course.
The Lewis Class system for
scoring and prizes will apply.
The entry fee is a $200 donation
per team.
Shooters will be divided into
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prizes being awarded to the 'top -
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Local Taylor County High
School soccer player, Katie
Cooper, has tried out and selected
to the Region D Olympic
Development team. Region D
encompasses all of the Big Bend
and Florida panhandle from Lake
City to Pensacola.
The Olympic Development
Program's main .goal is to identify
players for the women's youth
national team. The selection
process takes place through state,
regional and national trials.
The primary benefit to the
player is to be able to try out,
train, and play against the best
players in their age group. This
allows the best players to be with
the best in order to further develop
as a soccer player.
Cooper will be traveling to
Orlando to try out for the Florida
State team in April. In addition to


playing for TCHS, Cooper, who
is a junior, plays for the
Tallahassee United U-18 girl's
traveling team. If she is
successful at making the state
team, she will travel to
Mississippi in July to compete for
a position on the Region 3
National Team, which
encompasses players from Florida,
Georgia, North Carolina, South
Carolina, Alabama, Louisiana, and
Texas.
Cooper led the Big Bend this
season in scoring, with 37 goals,
and eight assists for a total of 82
points.
"Katie deserves this," said
Soccer Coach Dale Brewer. "She
has worked hard for it. It is a great
honor to make the team and now
she's going to have to work even
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Religion


A-7 Perry News-Herald February 23-24, 2007


Praise concert at Forest Capital Hall


91st church
anniversary Sunday
New Mt. Zion Baptist Church
invites everyone to join in
celebrating the church's 91st
anniversary on Sunday, Feb. 25, at
3 p.m. The Rev. Frankie Robinson
will be the special speaker, with
Rocky Springs Baptist Church of
Madison leading services. The
Rev. Izell Montgomery Jr., pastor,
invites everyone to attend. Dinner


will be served immediately after
the worship service.

j Mark your
calendar for March 3
, Eric Lovett and. Eternal Praise
will be in concert at Forest Capital
Park on Saturday, March 3, at 6
p.m with special guests Sherri
Blackerby and Ashley Welborn.
This service of worship and praise
is presented by John Welborn


Ministries, Inc. Door prizes will
be awarded, including CD's, t-
shirts, gift cards and a video iPod.

Evening in Red
planned Sunday
The Lay Organization of Stewart
Memorial A.M.E. Church invites
the community to the annual
"Evening In Red" service on
Sunday, Feb. 25, at 6 p.m. The
speaker for this occasion will be


Mrs. Anniese Carmichael of
Christian Tabernacle. The youth
choir will present choral praise and
dance. The Rev. Melvin Bell,
pastor, invites the community "to
come hear a word from God and to
praise his holy name."
Refreshments will be served.


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Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship 10:45 a.m.


Sunday Evening
Wed. Bible Class


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


Visitors Welcome
Church Ph: 584-6155 Carl Desmartin: 223-3210


Sympathies are extended to mourners


Saturday Feb. 24 at 1 p.m. at New
Jerusalem Primitive Baptist
Church. The Rev. Gregory Huston
is pastor.
The many friends of the city, the
pastors, churches and members of
the First Bethlehem Baptist
Association where the Rev. J.B.
Duval is moderator, wish to extend
their deepest heartfelt sympathy's
to the family of the Rev. and Mrs.
C.C. Curry who passed at home in
Live Oak on Sunday, Feb. 18. The
funeral services will be held
Saturday, Feb. 24, at 2 p.m. at
African Missionary Baptist Church
in Live Oak. May we say -to the
Curry family:


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Morning Worship 11:00 am. ; t .. dy/rayer Meeting
Nursery and ChildrenO Ministry Promided
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William J. McDougall III, age '
92, passed away peacefully on "
Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2007, at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital in
Perry after acknowledging the
presence of all his immediate
family members.
His recent illness came
suddenly although he had the
strength and endurance to wait Hs .

generation, the heroes of WWII
that secured the freedoms we
enjoy, was a special breed, the
moral fiber of this country. Just
this past week family members gathered in celebration of his 92nd
birthday where he cherished the time with a few of his 20 great
grandchildren. "I like children the most."
Bill, among many adventures, was a professional pilot, learning with
the barn stormers, friends with Amelia Eamhart, and retiring as a TWA
Boeing 707/720 captain. His world travels were beyond reproach. Mac,
as many called him, managed the Perry airport and ran a salvage yard
for the 30 years following retirement. His talents were numerous. Those
that knew him recently, missed the man that could pick up a V8 engine
block bare-handed, fly a stunt aircraft, SCUBA dive with the best or
outfish the pros. He was my.HERO, our dad. His wife and closest
friend of 66 years, Erma Lee, never wavered in her perceived wifely
duties, at his side throughout seven decades. A person never had a better
friend.
He was born in Tampa. Coming from Saudi Arabia, he had lived in
Perry since 1975. He was.a member of the First Baptist Church, a member
of the American Legion and a 50-year member of the Masonic Lodge.
He ran the Foley Airport for ten years and introduced the first SCUBA
dive tank for sale. At one time he had over 30,000 hours of flying time
and was qualified to fly every U.S. Air Force aircraft. He is survived by
his wife of 66 years, Erma McDougall of Perry.
Other survivors include: two sons, William McDougall IV and wife
Phyllis of Hernando Beach, Jack McDougall and wife Susan of Panama
City; a daughter, Donna Rogers and husband Wendell of Perry; nine
grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 24, at the First
Baptist Church in Perry with Bro. Eddie Blalock officiating. Interment
will be held at Pineview Memorial Gardens. Family will receive friends.
on Saturday from 11 a.m. until the service at First Baptist Church.
Joe P. Bums Funeral Home in Perry is in charge of all the arrangements.


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The many, many friends of the
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heartfelt sympathy to the family of
Mrs. Coretha Ervin who passed
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She leaves to mourn her passing
and cherish her memories three
daughters, Mrs. Ruby Thomas,,
Mrs. Jessie Bell Oliver and Mrs.
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To those in need


Corruption impedes help


CHILDREN
Continued from page 1
and had a secured perimeter.
A group of seven, including
Olson, with representatives from
Rotary Clubs and Protestant and
Catholic churches flew into Port-
au-Prince, the capital of Haiti.
"When we arrived," said Olson,
"the people we were going to see
with the Haitian Health
Foundation, told us that we needed
to be out of the city before dark,
because of the dangers.
"Our flight arrived around 4
p.m., so we were cutting it pretty
close," he added.
Olson's part in this scenario was
to take perennial peanut hay roots
to the compound and begin a living
food plot for the animals there. The
hay is very high in protein, and a
small amount will sustain the
animals.
Land plots had beep pre-
prepared, but there was a problem
of how to get the roots into the
country because of corruption in
customs--everyone wanted a bribe.


The answer?
The roots were packed into
seven suitcases and each person
carried one onto the plane.
Olson said the compound farm
had a sustainable agricultural
system.
"The manure from the hogs,
goats and chickens is washed out
of their pens into the ponds. This
makes the ponds nutrient rich with
what's called phydoplankton and
zooplankton, which is what the
fish feed on," he said.
"The fish, Tilapia, is a type of
edible carp which multiplies fast
and grows even quicker. They are a
super source of protein," he added.
"And now, with the advent of the
peanut hay, they will be able to
feed the animals from a steady
source.
"Because it .never freezes in
Haiti, the hay will constantly
produce. In our 4-H here in Taylor
County, we raise pigs for four
months and they reach 225 lbs. In
Haiti, it takes two years for a hog
to reach 100 lbs., because there's
hardly any protein feed for them,"
SlalilrI dr


Olson snapped this photo, of a local man who was on his way
to church: His donkey has a rope halter and his saddle is a
burlap sack. Olson said the man was one of the few "old"
- people encountered on the trip.


he added.
The children from a nearby
orphanage and a private school
have been the first to reap the
benefits from the farm. The
children get some form of protein
every day, whether it be from the
chickens or their eggs, the pork,
goat meat or fish.
"The need for this food is
tremendous," Olson said. "Right
now, plans are on the board for
increased production. Financial
resources, labor resources and
knowledge are very limited for the
people over there.
"One of our main goals is to try
'to show them how to conduct
agricultural production so they
can sustain themselves, but it is
going to take a lot of time and
work.
"It's hard to pull something like
this off when you're dealing with a
government and political
infrastructure which is so corrupt
that everyone demands bribes.
"We even had to pay to get out of
the airport. The guy who had been
there before, told us to be quiet, not
say a word and take his lead. That's
the way we got out," he added.
Olson said the five-day journey
was an eye-opening experience.
"It would break your heart to see
the plight of these people.
Especially the children. You're
dealing with a country and a
system that has a disregard for
human life. The kids are not worth
anything. People leave their
kids in cane fields and city streets
because they can't take care
of them. Orphanages are
everywhere.
"Kids and adults alike swarm
you as soon as you. get off the
plane, begging for money. It's like
that on the streets, too. This is one
of the poorest countries on the
planet and the people, especially
the children, are suffering
needlessly," he said.
"This has been a great
opportunity for me to help children
and spread agricultural education.
That's why I went," Olson added.
"I don't see how it's going to get
better anytime soon, but with pilot
programs like this one, it's a start."


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Entertainment


B-1 Perry News-Herald February 23-24, 2007


'Terabithia'.a bridge back



to childhood imagination


If you've seen the trailers and commercials for
"Bridge to Terabithia," you probably don't expect me to
call it one of the most honest children's movies I've had
the good fortune to see.
In fact, the movie's marketing campaign--full of quick
cuts, special effects and ominous voice-overs--is the
second most deceptive set of trailers I've ever seen
("Highlander: Endgame" tops that list and half the
scenes in its trailers never showed up in the film).
It's a shame really that the people behind the
campaign thought they had to misrepresent the movie to
get kids to go see it. It's even more of a shame that they
were probably right. Either way, the movie took in a
solid $20 million last weekend, so something worked.
Even so, "Bridge to Terabithia" is much more than the
trailers let on.
This film is the second adaptation of the 1977
Newbery Award-winning book by Katherine Paterson
(the first was a 1985 made-for-television movie).
As the opening credits roll, fifth-grader Jesse Aarons
(Josh Hutcherson) is f Hgr .
running through the '
countryside early in
the morning before
returning home to eat' -
breakfast with his
four sisters. Today is .
the first day ol f -
school and Jesse was -
running--in fact he's ..
been running all
summer--because
there is a race set for
the afternoon and he H
is determined to win T
it.
By winning the
race, Jesse will be
able to stand out from the crowd as the fastest person in
the class. It beats being the poor kid who has to wear his
sister's hand-me-down shoes (with pink stripes).
It doesn't go according to plan, however, when the
principal announces a new girl will be joining their
class. Her name is Leslie Burke (AnnaSophia Robb),,
and with her short blond hair and high-top shoes, she
doesn't need to win a race to stand out. She wins it
anyway, even though the race was supposed to be just
for the boys.
Stung by his defeat, the two don't exactly get off on
the right foot, but after they find out they're living across
the street from each other, they soon become friends.
Jesse is fascinated by. Leslie's ability to make up
stories, a talent he first attributes to her author parents.
He likes to draw, but has never received the
encouragement from his parents that she has from hers.
Racing each other after school one fateful day, they
come upon a creek and an old rope hanging down from
a tree. The two take turns swinging on it until Leslie
decides to jump off and land on the other side. Jesse
follows her and they find themselves--with the benefit of
their imaginations and the movie's special effects-in the
mythical world of Terabithia. With dragonflies
magically becoming their subjects and an abandoned
tree house their castle, they become king and queen,
tasked with protecting their world from the Dark One
and his minions.
Terabithia becomes a safe haven for the two, away
from bullies and money troubles and annoying sisters.
They may be king and queen in their imaginations, but
at school Jesse is tormented by a pair of boys and eighth-
grader Janice Avery demands a toll from just about
everyone to use the bathroom: everyday troubles for


most fifth-graders.
Home life is not a picnic either. For Jesse, his father
(played admirably by Robert Patrick) works double and
triple shifts at the local hardware in an attempt to keep
the bill collectors away.
For Lesiie, it is much better, but even she feels
somewhat neglected while her parents type away at their
newest books. When they finish, the family celebrates--
with Jesse in tow--by painting a room in their new old
farmhouse. "You have a painter's touch," Leslie's father
says, and Jesse beams.
I got the feeling that Jesse is afraid he is being forced
to grow up too fast. Leslie is the anchor to his own
childhood. Rarely have I seen a film (or read a book)
that reminded me so fully of.what it is like to be a child:
the good and the bad.
The movie rests totally on the ability of its two young
actors, and they do a beautiful job. Robert Patrick walks
a tightrope with Jesse's father as a stern and overworked
man, but a loving father all the same. In a lesser film, his
character would
have been the
villain. Bailee
Madison steals,
almost every
scene she's in as
Jesse's younger
sister May Belle.
Zooey Deschanel
is a fun addition to
the cast as the
school's music

Unfortunately,
as is true With
most fantasies, the
real world will
eventually intrude
and in "The Bridge to Terabithia," its does so with tragic
consequences. The final third of the film is a
melancholy affair, but how it is handled is really what
elevates the movie from average children's fare to a
family classic.
Parents should take note that the events in question are
dramatic indeed and maybe a bit too traumatic for
younger children (and older movie critics).
This movie will certainly spark conversations for the
ride home between parents and children. In this day and
age where kids spent more and more time in front of
their computers and televisions, perhaps that is the film's
greatest achievement.
"Bridge to Terabithia" is rated PG for thematic
elements including bullying,, some peril and mild
language.


Several weeks ago, I made a number of predictions
for this weekend's Academy Awards. What follows is a
quick summary of those picks so everyone can see how
right or wrong I was in my picks. The Academy
Awards can be seen Sunday, Feb. 25, at 5 p.m. on
ABC.
Best Short Film Live Action
Best Short Film Animated
Best Documentary Short Subject
(no picks)
Best Documentary Feature
"An Inconvenient Truth"


UeoiCHdEi UE-U.II


Classical M4usic
Sunday,, 'Marcfi 11
Tallahassee Artist Series
The Borodin Quartet
Opperman Music Hall
850-224-9934 www theartistsenes com

Saturday, 51arcf 17
Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra
'Barber, Beethoven and Brahms'
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
1850) 224-0461 www.tsolive.org

Sunday, Marchf 25
Big Bend Community Orchestra
"All Things Great and Small"
with John Ossi. trumpet
Godby High School Auditorium
850-893-4567 www bbco org
laysv.. Musicals

'Tcbruari. 16-18, 21-25
FSU School ol Theatre
"Sweeney Todd
The Demon Barber of Fleet Street"
The Falleon Thealre
850-644-6500 Iheatre tsu edu


Elams/stiralst
3[arch 2-11
Young Aclors Thealer
"The Chronicles of I Jarnia:The Lion,
The WIch and Wardrobe-
www youngactorsthe.tre corn
(850) 386-6602

'Tue.sday, f [archf 27
Tallahassee Bradway Series
I Can't Stlop Loving (ou"
Featuring Ihe legendary
music ol Ray Charles
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
800-322-3602 www.tlccc.org

Apri[9-11
Tallahassee Broadwa/ Series
'Hairspray
Tallahassee.Leun County Civic Center
800-322- 360i2 www ilc.c: :'org
popular ,%usi(
'. iestiq. :Lprilf 3
Tol
TaJlahassee'Leon Counvt Civi' Ceni.er
800-322-3602 wivwwIlvc: org


"cpular Mi c
'Friday, .pri/l 13
'Coming up to Brealhe Tour"
lealuring MercyMe,
Audi: Adrenaline and Aaron Shust
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
800- 322-3602 www llccc org
cther
S1 'edlnesday, Jeb. 28
Harlem Globetrotters
2'007 rlOthing Like II Tour
TallahasseeiLeon County Civic Center
800-322-3602 www.tlccc.org

Friday, March 30
Rickey Smiles and Friends
Coniedy Show
Tallahassee.Leon County Civic Cenier'
800-322.-3602 www tlccc org i



2007 Spirit of Bluegrass
Music Fesl
Spirit :'i the Suwannee Music Park
1-866-752-5220 www irp3 corn


Ready to dunk?
The World Famous Harlem Globetrotters, celebrating their 81st consecutive season, will
stop at the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center Wednesday, Feb. 28, at 7 p.m. Tickets are
currently on sale and are available at the Civic Center box office or by calling 1-800-322-
3602. For those unable to make next week's game, the Globetrotters will be in Gainesville,
Wednesday, March 7, at the Stephen C. O'Connell Center on the University of Florida campus.
The UF box office can be reached by calling (352) 392-1653. Tickets.for both events may
also be purchased at any Ticketmaster outlet. For more information, visit
www.globetrotters.com.


'The Chronicles of Narnia'



finds its way to the stage


Young Attors Theatre contiihiO
its tradition of providing quality
theatre to Tallahassee and the
surrounding communities with the
play, "The Chronicles of Namia:
The Lion, the Witch and the
Wardrobe," March 2-11.
When Lucy steps into the
Wardrobe, she crosses a forgotten
portal into the magical world of
Narnia, where dwarves, fauns and
talking animals dwell, and where
the White Witch has cast an icy
spell that keeps it "always winter
and never Christmas."
Siblings Susan, Peter and
Edmund join Lucy on a quest to
fulfill an ancient prophecy that will
destroy the White Witch's spell,


but then Edmund has his first taste
of Turkish delight! Can Aslan the
regal lion help the children bring
Spring back to Narnia? If you
loved the recent blockbuster
movie, you will be enchanted by
this exciting stage dramatization.-
Perfect for the entire family.
Young Actors Theatre is located
at 609 Glenview Drive in the heart
of Midtown Tallahassee.
Tickets are $12 for students and
seniors, and $15 for adults. The
box office will open to the general.
public on Monday, Feb. 26, and
can be reached at 850-386-6602,
Monday through Friday from 9:30
a.m. to 1 p.m.
Performances are scheduled as


follows.-Friday, March 2, at 7:30
p.m.; Saturday, March 3, at 7:30
p.m.; Sunday, March 4, at 2 p.m.;
Thursday, March 8, at 7:30 p.m.;
Friday, March 9, at 7:30 p.m.;
Saturday, March 10, at 7:30 p.m.*
Sunday, March 11, at 2 p.m. and
7:30 p.m.
Young Actors Theatre, one of the
oldest independent youth theatre
programs in the country, is
celebrating its 30th consecutive
year of training and production. It
is the mission of Young Actors
Theatre "to expose, educate and
enlighten the diverse community
of greater Tallahassee and the
region of North Florida through
live theatre."


Best Foreign Language Film
"Pan's Labyrinth"
Best Animated Feature Film
"Cars"
Best Achievement in Visual Effects
"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest"
Best Achievement in Sound Editing
"Letters from Iwo Jima"
Best Achievement in Sound
"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest"
Best Achievement in Makeup
"Pan's Labyrinth"
Best Achievement in Costume Design
"Curse of the Golden Flower"
Best Original Song
One of the three songs from "Dreamgirls"
Best Original Score
"Pan's Labyrinth"
Best Achievement in Art Direction
"Dreamgirls"


Norbit (PG13)
Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m.
Sunday 4:00 p.m.
Ghost Rider NOPASSEs u, omin.
Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m.
Sunday 4:00 p.m.
COMING SOON
Wild Hogs
Stomp The Yard
Epic Movie
For special showings call Jim at (850) 371-0028
BOX OFFICE PRICES
Sunday Matinee $4.00 All Seats
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Best Achievement in Editing
"United 93"
Best Achievement in Cinematography
"Children of Men"
Best Adapted Screenplay
"The Departed"
Best Original Screenplay
"Pan's Labyrinth"
Best Director
Martin Scorsese ("The Departed")
Best Supporting Actress
Jennifer Hudson ("Dreamgirls")
Best Supporting Actor
Eddie Murphy ("Dreamgirls")
Best Actress
Helen Mirren ("The Qdeen")
Best Actor
Forest Whitaker ("The Last King of Scotlant
Best Picture.
"The Departed"


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Z This 1958 picture postcard advertised two local landmarks located along a busy stretch of Highway 19--the Skyland
Restaurant and Lounge, and Gandy Motor Lodge. The Skyland had a series of different owners until its demise in the 1990s. The
tandy motel remains a roadside staple today.

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THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD

February 24, 1972

CHAMBER LOWERS DUES
The Perry-Taylor County
'Chamber of Commerce lowered all
-Iues for 1972, after experiencing a
arge drop in membership in 1971
inder a so-called "fair share" dues
4lan which resulted in increases in
,*es for nearly all members.
SIn lowering the dues, the
chamber r board said that its
:purpose was to serve the people
-:4nd that this could not
,be done unless all local
businesses supported the
organization .
Under the new dues structure, a
"lat $40 figure was set for annual
dtlues.
:Z Voluntary guidelines were
includedd with suggested
-nembership fees ranging from
:60 for professional firms, up
to $250 for financial institutions
mand $40 plus $1 for each employee
.For manufacturers.

Ri HIGHWAY PATROL TROOPER
GETS PROMOTION
Highway Patrol Trooper W. W.
:Scheffer Jr., of Perry, was
promoted to the rank of corporal
.:and transferred to the Pinellas Park
-.4*


Troop.
Corporal Sheffer was replaced
here by Trooper T. B. Hunt, who
was transferred to Perry from
Apalachicola.

ENGAGEMENTS TOLD
Wells-Bates
The engagement of Lynne Diane
Wells to Clifford Hamilton Bates
was announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Guiford W. Wells, of
Altamonte Springs. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Bates, of
Big Sandy, Tenn.
Miss Wells graduated from
Taylor County High School in
1966 and attended Lively
Technical School. She was
employed by the State Treasurer
and Insurance Department.
Mr. Bates graduated from
Newark High School in 1963 and
from David Lipscomb College,
Nashville, Tenn., in 1969.
Parker-Lemond
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parker Sr. of
Jacksonville announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Nancy Dale, to Gerald Alan
Lemond, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert A. Lemond of Perry.
Miss Parker graduated from
Wolfson High School in
Jacksonville, attended North
Florida Junior College and was
attending Florida State University.
Mr. Lemond graduated from
Taylor County High School,


February 23-24, 2007 N



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attended the University of Florida
for one year, got his A.A degree
from North Florida Junior College
and was attending Florida State
University.

NEW ARRIVALS
Natalie Lamb
-,,Mr. an ,d -Mrs,,. Walt .--Lamb
announced the arrival of a~little
girl, who had joined this young
couple to make her home. She was
born Jan. 26 and arrived at the
Lamb home on Feb. 15 to make
their family more complete.
The new baby was named
Natalie. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lamb
and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Mann are
the. happy grandparents, and joined
Walt and Deanna in welcoming the
new baby.
Scarlett Michelle Cannon
Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Cannon of
Ocala were the proud parents of a
baby girl, born Feb. 13. She


weighed 7 lbs., 7.50 ozs., at birth
and was named Scarlett
Michelle.
Mrs. Cannon was the former
Charlotte Gree of Perry. Maternal
grandparents re Mr. and Mrs.
. Charles Gree and paternal
grandfather was Ira J. Cannon'
of Perry.

PERRY MA HONORED
BY NAVY
Aviation Jet echanic Second
Class Johnnie Lee Parker Sr., of
the Air Test and Evaluation
Squadron Fie, was selected
"Bluejacket .f the Month" for
February, at/the Naval Weapons
Center, China Lake, Calif.
The Pe y native .was chosen on
the bas'i of his military bearing,
job p fformance, ability- to get
along with his co-workers and the
offi ers in his squadron, and
geeral attitude.


LSotal quotesg


With the past, I have
nothing to do; nor with
the future. I live now.
--Ralph Waldo Emerson

One problem with gazing
too frequently into the past
is that we may turn
around to find the future
has run out on us.
--Michael Cibenko

You can clutch the past so
tightly to your chest
that it leaves your arms
too full to embrace the
present.
--Jan Glidewell

No man is rich enough
to buy back his past.
--Oscar Wilde

If you are still talking
about what you did
yesterday, you haven't
done much today.
--Author Unknown

Opportunities fly by
while we sit regretting
the chances we have lost,
and the happiness that
comes to us we heed not,
because of the happiness
that is gone.
--Jerome K. Jerome


The past is a guidepost,
not a hitching post.
--L. Thomas Holdcroft

There is no distance on
this earth as far away
as yesterday.
--Robert Nathan

When one door closes
another door opens;
but we so often look so
long and so regretfully
upon the closed door, that
we do not see the ones
which open for us.
--Alexander Graham Bell


Share
your
history
with us!

Ifyou have old
photographs,
news articles
and items of
local historical
interest, gie
us a call at
584-5513 or
stop by our
office at 123
S. Jefferson St.
a A1


Even though you move away from your hometown,
you leave a little piece of yourself behind with your
friends. It doesn't matter that you may not have
spoken to them for years, what matters is the bond
that was formed during childhood. It is a cord that
forever ties you to a person because you shared some
of life's experiences together. The art of developing
friendship is a mysterious entity that can overtake
you suddenly or it can slowly bloom over time. Either
way it is one of life's most extraordinary gifts
One of the most memorable friendships in my life
started when I was old enough to cross the railroad
track that lay in front of our house on Center Street.
Across those tracks sat the home of Betty Franklin
who became one of my most treasured friends. We
had a lot in common since we were born the same
year, although I was the elder of the two since my
birthday was in June and hers was in December.
Over to the front of Betty's house was the home of
Mrs. Page, and for some unknown reason, Betty and
I decided that her yard was the ideal location for our
playhouse. Mrs. Page was a precious older woman
with the patience of Job. I don't recall her having any
children but she always welcomed the two of us to
her back yard. She would stand on her back porch
watching us as we would make our way across the
dirt road from Betty's house loaded down with jars,
cardboard boxes and whatever else we could find to
set up housekeeping. It must have been a hilarious
sight since we were usually arrayed in an old hand-
me-down dress from our mom's closet. We never
asked to go into her house when we arrived on those
early summer mornings, but would go straight to the
backyard for a day of fun. There we would stay as we
tended our babies, cooked di~ner- and ctleaned;iour j
little house until late in the afternoon when "the first
signs of dark would send us home. Arriving home we
would have a day's worth of dirt on us and our
stomachs would be rumbling for food since we had
been too busy at play to stop for lunch.
As we grew older the lure of the railroad tracks
provided another form of entertainment. Since we
had grown up by the tracks we knew the train came
along twice a day. That left plenty .of time for us to
walk-the-tracks. This was not as easy as it sounds
since the game was to walk the tracks with your eyes
closed. With your friend as your guide and with your
arms outstretched to balance yourself on the track
you had to see how far you could walk without falling.
It was a game that provided hours of fun and
numerous bruises to our bodies as we would lose our
footing and fall from the tracks to the rocks that lined
the middle and sides of the cross-ties. The fall to the
rocks would remind us to select a rock to throw over
our left shoulder for good luck. After hours of
concentration to stay on the tracks that would leave
us totally exhausted, we would take turns twirling
around as fast as you could then fall to the ground to
watch the sky above that would seem to spin around
and around. There was such a simple pleasure in the
feel of the cool sand against your body with the blue
sky gently settling back into place above you.
My circle of friends grew and the play area also
expanded when mama allowed me to walk down Old
Dixie Highway to Dora Johnson's house and to Peggy
Denmark's house just a little further up the road. To
the back of our field was the home of my Mathis
cousins and on past there was Granger Drive where
the Wigglesworth children lived. One of the all-time
favorite games to play on Granger Drive was Indian
weaving. There were lots of pine trees that provided
pine needles to use to weave bracelets, necklaces and
hair ornaments. Hours were spent on these projects
as we would gently fold the fragile pine needles into
works of art. While the guys ran around playing
cowboys and Indians, we would sit serenely with our
crowns of braided pine straw identifying us as Indian
princesses.
Each of these families welcomed the neighborhood
children to their yards where we would play from
early morning until late in the afternoon never
bothering the parents unless it was to referee the
occasional dispute. We didn't require a telephone or
rides to anywhere, and if we did get unbearably
hungry, the adults always had a handful of saltines
to pass out.
Just this week I was reminded of the longevity of
friendship when I received emails from former
classmates Donna O'Steen, Judy Tougas, Dianne
Dorsett and Joann Driver. They are planning the 45th
class reunion (Class of 1962). I did not graduate with
them because I moved away but we did begin our
school years together. It has been so long since I have
seen them but when they contacted me I realized the
cord of friendship established during childhood had
held strong and those seedlings of friendship that
were planted in our hearts as children will always
blossom when nurtured.
Delores L. Walker can be reached at edmwalk@wlndstream.net


SKYLAN


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Auction Saturday, Feb. 24 at 6:30 p.m.
1693 SW Mosley'Hall Rd. (CR360)
Madison, Florida
phone: 850-973-2959
Mastercard, Visa and Debit cards. This
week a new truckload has arrived from a
television shopping show. Food Fun &
Give-A-Ways, Heated/ AC Comfy seats. 5
p.m. preview Food starts at 5:30 p.m.
From Perry: Take Rt 221 North to CR 14
(SW Mosley Hall Rd) Turn right, we are
about 8 miles on the right.
AU691 Col. Ron Cox AB2490
2/23


SOLID WOOD Cherry sleigh bed BRAND
NEW in box, $275. (850)545-7112
2/23GCN1
Sony AN Surround Receiver $50;
Memorx VCR, Altec Lancing Brand New
Computer Surround System with Sub
Woofer-$40
P-3, 30GB, 256MB, 32 meg video, 10-100
net, 56k mod, speakers, keyboard, mouse,
17" mon. $100. Day 838-9670 Eve. 578-
2230.
2/21-2/23


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
Yard Sale We buy.. call usl Collectibles
Set-up Pe- ryle a- Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture

Queen Pillow Top Mattress Set. Brand
new in plastic with warranty. $150. 850-
222-9879
2/23GCN1
Yard Sale: 504 Judson Drive in Quail '
Point. Saturday morning only. Quality 1
and name brand clothes clothes -
clothes,'sizes babies to teens to adult
sizes, small to XL, and lots of For rent: small apartment, fully furnished,
miscellaneous stuff. all utilities paid, 2 person only, no pets, no
2/23 children, 105 per week with $80 deposit.
Call 850-584-4551.
Yard Sale: 1880 Johnson Stripling Rd., 2/23
Saturday, Feb. 24, 8-12, boys clothes size
8 and larger, ladies size 10/12, household Now taking applications for rental of 3
items. bedroom, 2 bath mobile home, all electric,
2/23 set-up in Everett's Mobile Home Park,
$475 a month, $200 deposit. Water, sewer
Yard Sale: Friday and Saturday, 8 am and garbage included. No phone calls,
until, 1885 Shiloh Church Rd., Antiques, references required, all applicants must
What-knots & clothes. apply in person Monday through
2/23 Wednesday only at Perry Repo office 9
Moving Sale: Saturday, 9 a.m. until am. to 5p.m Ask forBe
Appliances, furniture, dishes, pots and 2/23tfEMH
pans, clothes, lots of knickknacks. Turn Doublewide mobile home, 3 bedroom, 2
right at old Highway Patrol Station onto bath furnished, workshop on 1 acre, 3
Truck Route Road; take first left onto miles from Keaton Beach, $595, $595
McDaniel Road and then take a right onto securiydeposit, 850-578-3040.
Watts Road. Look for signs. 2/23-3/
2/23 2/2
Efficiency for Rent. 1 room/ 1 bath
Yard Sale: Friday and Saturday at Sadler furnished, electric/cable/water included 1
Drum, 4289 U.S. 98 West, inside person $110 a week/ 2 $120 a week plus
warehouse. Gas BBQ grill, glass top table deposit. Adults only, no pets: Prevatt's
with chairs, recliner, TV. armoire, dressing Wayside Apts. Call after 12 onm, 850-371-
table with chair, and tools. 2160 .-. .
2/23 2/16-2/21
BIG BIG BIG Yard Sale. Too much to list, 3 bd/1 bth house in town. 1/2 acre fenced.
1 block north of Center Street/Old Dixie in backyard. 1st & last plus references
Highway. 1309 South Center Street, req uired.Available NOW! Call 850-843-
SATURDAY, FEB. 24, AND SUNDAY, 1815.
FEB. 25. 2/14-3/16
2/23

WANT TO BUY

Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars
Pocket Watches Diamonds
Postcards Sports Memorabilia
"' / Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys
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BEDROOM: New 6 piece set still boxed,
$599, can deliver(850)425-8374
2/23GCN1
Queen Size Bedroom Suite Dark Cherry
wood 4 poster, complete with tall boy
Chest-of-drawers. Top of the line deep
mattress & complete bedding set. Worth
$1300 comes. Comes with a step-up stool.
Will make a great family heirloom. Sold for
over $1300, asking $600. Also have two
blue glass antique lamps included. Call
850+584-6289 or 850+843-2605.
2/23

Sofa/ loveseat. New micro fiber set, $475,
must move, delivery available. 850-222-
7783
2/23GCN1
Big Sale: Sony Prepaid cell phone with
minutes, local numbers, $19.95. Karaoke
CD+G music CDs for $6.95 to $9.95, large
selection. Karaoke players from $50.
Mikes for $8. Complete HP 1.7 Ghtz
computer system for $195, USB cables
$1.95, no charge on computer repair
estimates. All at Guaranteed Sales 850-
584-4551.
2/23
SOFA & LOVESEAT. Brand NEW
LEATHER, still wrapped, lifetime warranty,
sacrifice $795. (delivery available).
(850)425-8374
2/23GCN1

Brand New GE washer/dryer asking $650
O.B.O. Please call 850-980-2998 or 850-
544-5521.
2/21-3/2
Antique Packard upright Piano, beautiful
sound $350, Daybed 3 sided wood frame,
and excellent mattress $150 call 584-4741
leave message or call cell 672-2772.

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Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
HUD Vouchers accepted, t and 2 BR HC
and non-HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8:00 to 5:00 Mbn-Thurs. Call
850-584-8111, TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett
Rd. Perry, FL 32347, Equal Housing
Opportunity.
8/9tfSV
TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
Qualified applicants. 2 & 3 BR.
Applications' available 9 a.m. 4 p.m.
Office 500 S:. Warner Ave. Perry, FL
Phone 850-584-6842,' Equal Housing
Opportunity.
1/26-3/21

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

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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Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from $139 weekly or
$35 daily plus tax. 317 N. -Byron Butler
Pkwy. 850-584-7033.
2/14-3/9

Commercial Building For Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
7/12tfnSGR

We'stgate Hotel Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable, AC/
Heater. Everything included. $140 weekly
or $35 daily plus tax. (RV sites also
available) 1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-
843-8151.
2/14-3/9

For Rent: Large one bedroom apartment
$450 a month, first and last mo. required,
no children, no pets. Call 584-8275.
2/14-2/23


For Sale By Owner Owner financing, low
down payment.
1 bed/1 bath block house w/Lot $500
month.
HANDY MAN SPECIAL- 2 Bed/1 bath Block
house w/Lot $550 month
Duplex 2 -1 bed/1 bath apts. w/Lot $650
month.
You can own for less than you rent!
Call 850-890-1467 and ask for Robert.
2/16,2/23

WOW Brand New Beautiful 2000 Sq. Ft.
Homes of Merit DW with 2x6 s on 1.5
acres on Vera Lane. Ready to move in!
Furniture included. ALL Credit Scores
Accepted!! Easy financing! $943 a month.
Call Justin at 850-295-0099.
2/9-2/28
Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq.
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-
584-5891. Pete Fortner
7/19tfnBC
Historic Lee Cypress Home. 2800 SF 4
BR/2 BA on 1.8 Ac. off Paul Poppell Rd.
w/Enclosed Patio, Beautiful large sunroom
w/fireplace, cozy living room also has
fireplace. Home has large attic storage,
fenced in back yard with inground pool.
Built in 1929, remolded in 1978.
Heating/AC 1 yr. old Kitchen redone in
2004. Great Neighborhood! Excellent Buy!
$185,000. Call Jason Heartsfield at Nature
Coast Inc. 850-843-0503.
12/27tfJH
Land for sale, 221 North Between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
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For Sale By Owner 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.
$12,000 and assume mortgage. Call 850-
578-3094 for apt.
2/7-2/28
For Sale Remodeled Home; 2 bed/!1 bath '
on 1.5 acres, located just outside city
limits at 3490 Old Dixie Hwy; additional
building on site. City water, 1 private well,
Perfect for a small business. $75,000
regoiiabil. Call (850)223-2486.
2/9-4/11
Owner Financing, $435/month w/low down
payment. Landscaped 2.5 acres in Perry.
Well/septic/power near wildlife
management area. 352-562-2855.
laurajones727@yahoo.com
2/2-2/28
For Sale: 2 lots on Orange St. 100 x 50,
Call 850-874-2418.
2/21-3/16
1.75 acres 3/2 SWMH on paved road. SW
Perry $87k (850)672-0469
2/21-2/23


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Help Wanted Badcock and More
Sales Person Full and Part time. No
phone calls. Apply in person at 1225 S.
Jefferson Street.
2/21tfBC
Experienced HVAC/R service technicians
with a minimum of 5 yrs experience.
starting wages $14-16/hr. Call 850-584-
3626
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C.N.A Full time 6 a.m. 2 p.m. position.
Also, full time 10 p.m. 6 a.m. position.
Requirement of excellent attendance and
performance histories. Seeking friendly
team player. Smaller, modern facility with
good work atmosphere. Contact: Jennifer
Richardson, Lafayette Health Care Center,
512 W. Main St., Mayo, FL 386-294-3300. *
2/14-2/23

Drivers: Co. CDL-A Excellent Pay +
Benefits! $3000 Retention Bonus! More
Home Time! Pd. Holiday/ Vac. + Med. &
Dental 404-346-0960 x22626
2/14-2/23
Domino's Pizza Now hiring all positions.
Drivers, CSR's Management. great pay,
flexible hours. Apply within. Call 584-
8830.
2/14-3/2
Driver needed: $1,500 sign on bonus,
home weekly, CDT, Monticello, Fla. 850-
997-8100
2/23,28


For Sale 1994 14ft X 62ft Fleetwwod
singlewide mobile home. Gas heat/ central
air. Buyer must move. $9000 OBO. Call
838-7198.
2/21-2/23




SCALE HOUSE OPERATOR WANTED:
Anderson Columbia Co., Inc./a Mining
Group is looking for a scale house
operator hours would be 4:30 a.m. 5 p.m.
Benefits/401k available. Entering truck
weights in the computer and some grapple
work is required. Will train. 850-584-4131
or apply in person at 19080 W. Us Hwy.
98.
2/21-3/3AC

Avon Reps Needed! How would you like to
start the New Year off being your own
boss? Start your own business. I can show
you how, $10.00 start-up kit. Call BJ
Today! 850-584-6289 or 850-843-2605.
2/2-2/28
Local Ordnance Defense Contractor is
currently seeking to fill multiple<.Quality
Assurance positions, including 2 QC
Technicians, 1 Chemical Analyst, and 1
QA Lead/Supervisor. The ideal candidate
would have a minimum of one (1) year
experience in a Quality / Process Control
related position. PC literacy is a must.
We offer a competitive salary package and
wage based on experience and
competency. EOE. For confidential
consideration, please send resume to:
BulovaGrdnance.QA@comcast.net
2/14

Martin Electronics, Inc. is currently
accepting applications for assemblers and
machine operator. Competitive benefits.
All applicants are subject to pre-
employment drug screening and a
background check by BATF, Bring picture
ID and Social Security card or Birth
Certificate and apply at Employment
Connections, 1702 South Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida, 584-7604. AAE/EEO/VP
2/14-3/2MEI

Technical Field Representative seeking a
dedicated individual with leadership skills.
Travel up to 75% required. Background in
construction or engineering. Must be able
to operate general construction equipment.
Be able to write reports upon completion of
jobs. Wage/Salary Range: 160-300/Day.
Please send your resume to Big Top
Manufacturing, 3225 N. US 19, Perry, FL
32347 or email to
randy@bigtopshelters.com Big Top is
EOE & Drug-Free workplace.
2/14-3/9BT

Child Care Professional Needed working
with age 2 years. Full or Part time. Must be
21 or older. CDA a plus. Happytime
Preschool. 584-7916 for more information.
2/14-2/23


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Help Wanted Badcock and More Set-up
and Delivery. No Phone calls. Apply in
Person. 1225 S. Jefferson Street. Lic.
required and good driving record. Must be
21 or older.
2/7tfBC

Convenience store manager needed.
Please apply at Ware Oil & Supply
located 2715 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. This
is a drug free work place.
1/12tfWO
TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Planner- $34,777- $39,145 + benefits
Fire Fighter $10.78/hr.
Public Safety Director-$45,885 (negotiable)
Social Services Tech $8.86
Grants Administrative Secretary $11.88
Entire job descriptions and requirements
can be viewed at
www.taylorcountygov.com or Taylor
Employment Connections, 1702 S.
Jefferson St. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County is an EOE/VP/Drug
Testing/ Background Check Employer.
2/14tfnBCC

Leading national propane marketer
SOUTHEAST PROPANE has immediate
opening for an energetic route sales driver
for their Perry, Florida based operation.
Candidates must possess strong
customer service skills, team player
attitude along with a Class B CDL license
with an air brake and Hazmat
endorsement. Clean driving record a must.
Excellent starting salary with competitive
benefit program for the qualified candidate.
Sign on Bonus to the qualified applicant!
EOE. For consideration for this position
please fax your resume to (850) 584-6669
or mail it to: 216 W. Green Street, Perry,
FL 32347.
2/9tfn

Local Ordnance Defense Contractor is
currently seeking to fill a Materials
Coordinator position. The ideal candidate
would have an AA Degree or related field
with a minimum of five (5) years
experience in a manufacturing material
related position. PC literacy is a must.
Responsibilities will include coordinating
material deliveries with production, moving
materials to and from respective locations,
forklift operation and maintenance,
generating daily- reportsr- and assist-with---.
the implementation of a MRP system to
track inventory. Must be able to lift 50
pounds and possess strong organization
skills.
We offer a competitive wage and benefit
package. EOE. For confidential
consideration, send resume to:
BulovaOrdnance@alltel.net.
2/16-2/28
S1 Marine is looking for a person with 1
year minimum experience in the following:
purchasing, supervisory experience,
inventory management, shipping and
receiving, MRP experience, boat building
experience preferred. Minimum 45 hours
weekly. Please send resume to S1 Marine,
1290 Houck Road, Perry, Florida 32348.
Deadline for accepting resumes is March
21,2007.
2/16-3/21
Case Manager/ Part-time
Taylor County
Responsible for client case records, client
assessments, case plans and case
management for low income individuals.
College graduate/ or related experience.
Submit resume to Suwannee River
Economic Council, Inc. P.O. Box 70, Live
Oak, FL 32064 (386)362-4115 voice/TDD
Affirmative Action Employer
Deadline: February 28, 2007.
9121-2/23
Big Top Manufacturing now hiring
Maintenance Person Seeking motivated
individual to be part of team environment.
Requirements are the following: Must have
experience in electrical, Hydraulic, and air
maintenance with the ability to maintain
records on computer and paper work. EOE,
Drug-Free Workplace, Competitive Salary
and Benefits. Apply in person at Big Top
Manufacturing, H-wy. 19 North, Perry, FL
Phone: 850-584-7786.
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Req:. Must have a valid Florida
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2 Husky puppies with blue eyes, Free to
good home. Call 672-0516
2/21-2/23
Bulldog mix puppies free to a good home.
Call 584-8993.
2/21-2/23

9 year old Tennessee Walker Mare with
paper $1000 OBO. Call Vera or Eric at
578-2747.
2/2-2/28
For Sale Black Lab puppies $150 each -
first shots & worming ready now Not
registered Call 223-1320/ 843-1850/ 838-
6934.
2/16-2/28

Puppies for Sale: Full Lab/Full Bulldog,
$35. First shots included (850) 838-1463.
3/23,28




20 ft pontoon boat 40 horse motor, Bimini
top etc. lots of extras, runs very good, in
excellent condition. $4500 OBO.
1987 Suzuki LT500 Quadzilla very fast,
excellent shape, w/extras $3200 OBO
Call for more information 223-2538(H) or
(850)510-0390(C)
1/10-3/2
Remington Model 700 ML muzzleloader 50
caliber in-line with accessories, box, and
3-9 power scope. $300. Call 584-8331.
2/21-2/23
John Deere commercial walk behind
mower. Twin 36-inch deck, 13 hp Kohler,
low hours. Great machine. Asking $2,000
OBO. Call 672-0504.
2/23

For Sale: Sears Craftsman Riding
Lawnmower for $250, 38' Also, Coleman
Generator; 5500 Watts for $500/ good
condition. Call 584-8275
2/14-2/23


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1990 GEO Prism 4 dr. Sedan Automatic,
135k miles, needs transmission. Make
offer. Call after 4 p.m. 584-7032.
2/21-3/16
For sale: 1992 Mercury Cougar, 3.8L V6,
power windows, power steering, A/C,
needs gas, paint is fading. $950. 584-
8235
2/23
2002 Saturn SL2-24k original miles still
under warranty. Air, AM/FM/CD, very
economical, Call local 672-2323.
2/21-2/23

1998 Dodge 360 ciD .5.7 L w/ 4x4 Trans.
complete, 195k miles, ran fine when taken
out. $300. Call 850-578-2624
2/21-2/23


Auctions
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LOAN OFFICERS WANTED Correspondent Lender is
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Training available. Lic# CL0702604. Call (954)784-7172
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change ofpace? Full time travel with highly motivated sales
team representing major publications. Must be 18 orolder
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Drivers -Car hauling career. GREAT HOME TIME!
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Homes ForSale
PALM HARBOR Factory Liquidation Sale. 2006
Models Must Go! Modular, Mobile & Stilt Homes. 0%
DOWN When You Own Your Own Land!! ICall for FREE
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2001 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport. $5,900.
Gold, AT, V6, rear air, 5 doors, cruise
control, CD, new tires. 94,000 miles,
excellent condition. Call 584-8035.
2/23-3/2

Four new tires: 235/75/.17 Hankook
Dunapro AT, 6 lug, came off new 2006
Ford F150 only about 200 miles on them,
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IN THE COUNTY COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 62-2007-CC-40-OOA-01
Lee Spees and David Spees
Plaintiff,
vs.
Judy C. Adkins (Whiddon)
Defendant
Notice of Action
Notice is hereby given that a petition to
determine ownership of a Motor Vehicle
has been filed and you are required to
serve a copy of your written objections,
if any, on Lee Spees and David
Spees3230 SpeesHarris Lane, Perry,
Florida 32348 who is the petitioner, on or
before March,,,. 2.QQ7, an. ,file the
original with the clerk of .the-'coufy,.
either before service on the petitioner,
or immediately thereafter; otherwise, a
default will be entered for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Witness my hand and seal of this court
on the 7th day of February, 2007, at
Taylor County, Florida,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Salina Ford
Deputy Clerk
2/9,2/16,2/23,3/2

In the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit in and for Taylor County, Florida
Case No. 06-644-CA
The Bank of New York as Trustee for the
pooling and servicing agreement
dated as of July 31, 1998, Series 1998-B,
Plaintiff,
vs.
John A Lakes, Debra J. Lakes, unknown
Tenant(s) in possession #fl and #2, et.


ol.,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
Notice is hereby given pursuant to a
Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure
dated February 7, 2007, entered in Civil
Case No.: 06-644-CA of the Circuit Court
of the Third Judicial Circuit in and for
Taylor County, Florida, wherein The Bank
of New York as trustee for the Pooling
and Servicing Agreement dated as of
July 31, 1998, Series 1998-8, Plaintiff, and
John A. Lakes, Debra J. Lakes, unknown
tenants) in possession #1 and #2, et.
al., are Defendants. I will' sell to the
highest bidder for cash at the West Door
of the Taylor County Courthouse, 108
North Jefferson Street, Perry, FL 32347, at
11:00 a.m., on the 8th day of March,
2007, the following described real
property as set forth in said Final
Summary Judgment, to wit:
Lots 10, 11, and 12, of Block 1, of Milldoale
Subdivision, according tothe map or
plot of said Milldale Subdivision on
record in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Couit of Taylor County, Florida, in
Plat Book 1, page 87.
If you are a person claiming a right to
funds remaining after the sale, you must
file a claim with the clerk no later than 60
days after the sale. If you fail to file a
claim you will not be entitled to any
remaining funds. After 60 days, only the
owner of record as of the date of the lis
pendens may claim the surplus.
Witness my hand and the seal of the
court on February 8, 2007.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Court
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
SAttorney for Plaintiff:
Brian L. Rosoler, Esquire
Popkin & Rosaler, P.A.
1701 West Hillsboro Boulevard
Suite 302
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
Telephone (954)360-9030
Facsimile:(954)420-5187
2/16, 2/23


Notice is hereby given TO Maude
Elizabeth Swallow Unless payment is
made on 1990 Toyota
VIN#JT2EL31M3L0497381 vehicle will be
auctioned on the 6th of March at 9 a.m.
at Larry's Towing,
2/23


Notice is hereby given to Thomas
Joseph No!o or Chuck's Auto Sales
unless payment is made on 1996 Ford
Ranger VIN# IFTCR14A1TPB19084 for
towing service on 2/5/2007. Vehicle will
be auctioned on the 14th day of March,
2007 at 10 am at Thomas Chevrolet
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IN THE CIRCIUT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
.CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
THE CITIZENS BANK OF PERRY,
A banking corporation organized and
Existing under the laws of the State of
Florida,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
CASE NO. 06-701-CA
WILLIE'S FOOD MART, INC., a
Florida Corporation, et 1l,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that ANNIE MAE
MURPHY, Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Taylor County, Florida, will on the 27th
day of March, 2007, at 11:00 ao.m. at the
front door of the Taylor County
courthouse in the City of Perry, Florida,
offer for sale and sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash,
the following described property
situated in Taylor County. Florida, to-wit:
Parcel No.
The East half (E 1/2) of Block One (1) of
the J.H. Parker Subdivision, a subdivision
of all of the Southeast Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter (SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 ) of
Section 26, Township 4 South, Range 7
East, lying North of the South Georgia
and West Coast railroad right of way.
Said property being otherwise
described as beginning at the Northeast
corner of Block One (1) of the J.H..
Parker Subdivision, according to the
map or plat of said J.H. Parker
Subdivision on record in the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Taylor
County, Florida, thence run West 210


feet, thence run South 210 feet, thence
run East 210 feet to the Southeast
corner of said Block One (1), thence run
North 210 feet back to the Point of
Beginning. Said property being
otherwise described as the East one
acre tract of Lot One (1), of Block One
(1) of the J.H. Parker Subdivision,
Located in the Southeast Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter ( SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 ) of
Section 26, Township 4 South, Range 7
East, solaid Lot One (1) being 210 feet
North and South by 420 feet East and
West and containing two acres, more
or less.
Also:
Lot Three (3) of Block "B" all lying and
being in Perry Park Subdivision,
according to the map or plat of said
Subdivision being recorded upon the
Public Records of Taylor County, Florida
in Plat Book 1, Page 77.
pursuant to the Final Judgment of
Foreclosure and Replevin entered in a
case pending in said Court, the style of
which is as set out above, and the
docket number of which is 06-701-CA.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date of
the lis pendens must file a claim within
sixty (60) days after the sole.
WITNESS my hand and the official seal of
sold Court, this 21st day of February,
2007.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
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At the Booking Desk


And the winner is...
Ann Gray (center) was the lucky raffle winner of a Multi-Cancer Support Bracelet, made
of sterling silver and swarovski crystals. Gray won the bracelet in a'raffle sponsored by the
Kids Conquering For a Cure--All Kids Relay For Life Team. Presenting the bracelet to Gray
are Brandi Moore and Gail Crawford, who have helped or been on a Relay for Life team since
they were five years old. The two have also served as captains of First United Methodist Church
team for several years.


Editor's note: It is the policy of this
newspaper to run the names of all
those arrested and booked at the
Taylor County Jail. All those listed
below have been charged with a crime,
but are considered innocent until
proven guilty.
Feb. 8:
Jared L. Blount, 18, 205 Sandra
Street, VOP for possession of
cocaine, Off. Thomas, DOC.
Alvis Pridgeon, 34, 1975 SW
Hudson Street, Madison, VOP for
aggravated battery with a deadly
weapon, Dep. Gulbrandsen,
TCSO.
Oscar B. Glenn Jr., 29, 325
South Warner Avenue, possession.
of a weapon by a convicted felon,
Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Feb. 9:
Billy Ben Adams, 53, 1497
Pharo Morgan Road, FTA for
passing worthless check, Ptl. Cash,
PPD.
Marshal L. Pace, 31, 509 Homer
J. Smith, VOP, Ptl. Gorby, PPD.
Tammi L. Urbanski, 37, 10255
Puckett Road, VOP, Ptl. Murphy,
PPD.
Donald Ray Braddock, 35, 118
Lewis Road, VOP (DUI with
serious bodily injury), Dep.
McKenzie, TCSO.
Feb. 10:
Jaworski Upshaw, 26, 500 South
Warner Avenue, domestic battery,
Pti. Gorby, PPD.
Robin Cox, 41, 3577 Slaughter


Road, DWLS (knowingly), Dep.
Johns, TCSO.
Derek Wayne Simmons, 22, 57
Leon Ward Road, DWLS/R
(knowingly), Ptl. Curry, PPD.
Jason Royal, 24, 306 West
Folsom Street, DWLS/R
(knowingly), giving false
name, VOP for DUI, Ptl. Cash,
PPD.
Tiffany Tnika Wiley, 21, 500
South Warner Street, domestic
battery, criminal mischief, Ptl.
Gorby, PPD.
Yolanda D. Lynn, 29, 926 Yuma
Road, Tallahassee, reckless
driving, Trp. Kennard, FHP.
Harold Weaver, 44, no address,
DWLS/R, possession of drug
paraphernalia, Ptl. Cash, PPD.
Robert David LaFrance, 56,
13039 South Strickland Landing,
DUI, Trp. Smyrnios, FHP.
Feb. 11:
Brandi Deanna Gunter, 32, 3227
Hwy. 98, DWLS/R (knowingly),
Ptl. Cash, PPD.
Feb. 12:
Chadwick Vaughn Ward, 32,
4243 U.S. Hwy. 19 North,
DWLS/R (knowingly), Dep.
Davis, TCSO.
Fredrick Stringfellow, 34, 5035
Hampton Springs Road, VOCC,
Off. Hendry, DOC.
Erik Kevin Pullen, 23, 2785
Hwy. 19 South, VOP (possession
of less than 20 grams cannabis),
Ptl. Cooper, PPD.
Sonia Lee Murphy, 32, 1874


Johnson Stripling Road, DWLS.
PtI. Cash, PPD.
Lee Bern Hunter, 40, 717 West
Veterans Drive, VOP (forgery,
grand theft). Off. Livingston,
DOC.
Howard S. Clark, 56. 2055 Golf -
Course Road, DUI (3rd offense),
Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Jamie S. Nettles, 30. 608 Sam
Poppell Road, VOP (possession of '
cocaine), Dep. Giacomucci,
TCSO.
Feb. 13:
Timothy Phillip Doyle, 30, 110
West High Street, possession of
burglary tools, loitering or-
prowling, Ptl. Campbell, PPD.
Kenneth E. Sheppard Sr., 48,
1019 East Bay Street, DWLS, Ptl. -
Norris, PPD.
Jessica Nicole Armstrong, 20,
125 Poppell Drive, possession of a
controlled substance, Ptl. Norris,
PPD.
Feb. 14:
Chadrick James Britt, 29, 106 El
Matador Drive, no drivers license.
resisting without violence, Ptl.
Cooper, PPD.
Michael Salmons, 22, Hwy. 27
East, burglary, grand theft, Inv.
Lee, TCSO.
Robert L. Stephens, 27, 3330
Kelly Grade, burglary, grand theft,
Dep. Cruse, TCSO.
Feb. 15:
Thomas Dewayne Lamb, 32,
3320 Vera Lane, child abuse, Dep.
Nowlin, TCSO.


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The new equation for today's busier-than-ever parents and children is:
Energy= Food + Activity + ZZZs (as in sleep).
This information comes from Katy Jarvis, who is overseeing emphases
on chronic health issues for the Taylor County Health Department. She
helped coordinate activities for this year's "Step Up Florida" program and
passes along the following everyday solutions for everyday heroes---like
you.
F is for Food
*Balance, variety and moderation are important when you are choosing
your foods. Mix up your menu with nutrient-rich foods, and don't forget
the fiber. Make today's sandwich with whole wheat, seven-grain or
oatmeal bread.
*Pump up your iron intake with one of nature's best sources, beef.
*Zap that next bug with zinc. Research shows that zinc plays a vital role
in the maintenance bf the immune systeth. .


*Add to your foods' color palette, and in so doing, improve your diet
with fruits and vegetables--tomatoes, mangoes, blueberries, carrots and
squash.
*Think of fat as a balancing act: balance high fat and lowfat foods.
A is for Activity
Research provided by Everyone's Energized USA, shows that you don't
have to be a gym rat to be active.
Shoot for 30 minutes each day. Walk instead of driving; climb stairs;
work in your garden; walk the sidelines while your children play soccer or
baseball.
Need more? Strength training improves balance and flexibility,
increases self-esteem, boosts metabolism and improves your mood.
",* Please see page 3


c-i Perry News-Herald February 23-24, 2007

Forget the excuses:

it's time to get in,

shape & stay there
I don't have enough time...
Staying active isn't about a strict exercise program; it's about moving
your body more! Tip: you can meet the physical activity
recommendation by doing three, 10-minute bouts of activity per day.
I'm feeling tired...
-There will be times when you feel too tired to be active, but many find
that activity increases their energy. Tip: try building a few simple
activities into your day by walking for 10 minutes or going to a yoga class.
If you enjoy what you do, you will discover more energy.
I'm getting enough exercise at work...
Being active at work may not be intense enough for health benefits. Tip:
Use a pedometer to see how active you are. Strive for moderate-intensity
activities like brisk walking.
I don't like'to sweat...
Sweating is your body's way of cooling you off. Tip: try walking in the
early morning or evening when it's cooler. Walk in an air-conditioned
environment. Carry a towel..
It's a cultural thing...
African-American women may think it is culturally acceptable for them
to be heavier. Others aren't active because it is a hassle to redo their hair.
Tip: whether or not you want to lose weight, exercise will make you
healthier. Keep your hair and your health in perspective.
I am not disciplined...
Pick an activity that you like and can gradually fit into your everyday
routine. Tip: begin slowly. Try different activities until you find ones that
you enjoy and can sustain.
I don't have anywhere to be active...
Sometimes your environment may keep you from being active. Tip:
walk in the house, if you can't get outside. Use the stairs instead of the
elevator. Start a walking club in your church or neighborhood. Follow
along with a workout video (available at the library).
I don't have a partner...
It can be fun to be active with someone else, but don't quit because your
regular partner does. Tip: find another partner or take the time-to walk the
dog, listen to music on a headset, or reflect on your day.
I have a health condition that makes it hard...
Health problems may make physical activity a little more difficult when
you begin. But over time, these health conditions can actually improve.
Be sure. to check with your healthcare provider before beginning any
exercise program. But don't let that discourage you from asking!
Tip: start slowly, build up and each day it should become easier. You'll
be glad you did.
(These excuses, and their challenges, are part of the "Step Up, Florida!"
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How many
calories are
burned during
exercise?


Type of Calories
Exercise per hour
Sleeping 55
Eating 85
Sewing 85
Knitting 85
Sitting 85
Standing 100
Driving 110
Office Work 140
Housework, moderate 160+
Golf, with trolley 180
: Golf,.without trolley 240
Gardening, planting 250
Dancing, ballroom 260
Walking, 3mph 280
Table Tennis 290
Gardening, hoeing etc. 350
Tennis 350+
Water Aerobics 400
Skating/blading 420+
Dancing, aerobic 420+
Aerobics 450+
Bicycling, moderate 450+
Jogging, 5mph 500
Gardening, digging 500
. Swimming, active 500+
Cross country ski machine 500+
Hiking 500+
SStep Aerobics 550+
Rowing 550+
Power Walking 600+
1 Cycling, studio 650
Squash 650+
Skipping with rope 700+
Running 700+
Exercise for
your health!
It has been calculated
that 1 pound of body fat is
equal to 3500 calories.
This means that in order
to lose 1 pound, one must
walk for about 12.5
hours. So don't expect
fast weight loss and
remember to eat sensibly.
The mood and feel-good
benefits, however, are'
immediate and'the health "
benefits of exercise are
endless.
So GET ACTIVE!

Keys to Heart

Healthy Living


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bacon
hot dogs
sausage
cheese
ham
frozen dinners
lunch meats


Eat Less Salt...
to reduce blood
pressure

Use the salt shaker
less and eat less
processed food.

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pickles
salted pretzels
salted chips
BBQ sauce
Soy Sauce
ketchup
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What's your BMI?


In the past, you could learn a lot
about a person from a group of
letters: Ph.D., M.D., P.A., V.F.W.
Now another set looms ahead,
and it affects everyone from teeny
tiny models to adoptive parents to
schoolchildren: B.M.I. or Body
Mass Index. But few people
actually know what B.M.I. stands
for or how to figure it out.
Body mass index (BMI) is a
measure of body fat based on
height and weight and it provides a
reliable indicator of body fatness
for most people. BMI does not
measure body fat directly, but
research has shown that BMI
correlates to direct measures of
body fat. Additionally, BMI is an
inexpensive and easy-to-perform
method of screening for weight
categories that may lead to health
problems.
How is BMI used?
BMI is used as a screening tool
to identify ,possible weight
problems for adults. However,
BMI is not a diagnostic tool. For
example, a person may have a high
BMI. However, to determine if
excess weight is a health risk, a
healthcare provider would need to
perform further assessments.


These assessments might include
skinfold thickness measurements,
evaluations of diet, physical
activity, family history and other
appropriate health screenings.
Calculating BMI is thought to
be one of the best methods
for population assessment of
overweight and obesity. Because
calculation requires only height
and weight, it is inexpensive and
easy to use for clinicians and for
the general public. The use of BMI
allows people to compare their
own weight status to that of the
general population.
The BMI formula based on
pounds and inches is as follows:
BMI = (Weight in
Pounds/Height in inches ) x
(Height in inches) x 703
Calculate BMI by dividing
weight in pounds (lbs) by height in
inches (in) squared and
multiplying by a conversion factor
of 703.
BMI Categories:
Underweight = <18.5
Normal weight = 18.5-24.9
Overweight = 25-29.9
Obesity = BMI of 30 or greater
To calculate your BMI online go
to www.nhlbisupport.com/bmi/.


Contact your County
Extension office at
838-3508


Grocery shopping? Think

healthy before you buy...
Trying to eat a healthier diet? Here are six key points to consider
when purchasing food:
Actual serving size.
For calories per serving, use this rule of thumb: 100-200 calories
is a snack or part of a meal while 300-500 calories is a whole meal.
Low saturated fat--less than 4 grams per serving.
Sodium level--500 mg or less per serving.
Dietary fiber: Good source 3-5 grams per serving; excellent
sources 5 or more grams per serving.
The Ingredient List--beware of unhealthy items such as
hydrogenated oils and high fructose corn syrup listed in the first 5
ingredients.


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ENERGY
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Z is for ZZZs
Getting a good night of sleep is essential for your everyday health.
*When you hit the hay, call it a day. Don't use your bed to watch t.v.,
pay bills, or do work. When you go to bed, your body needs to know it's
time to sleep.
Prep your body for sleep. Stay away from caffeine and alcohol close
to bedtime.
Watch your watch. Get up and go to bed at the same time every day.
A regular rhythm will help you get into a healthy sleep cycle.
Move more, rest easier later. Activity during the day will help you
sleep at night, but don't exercise right before you go to bed.


You know the reasons:

eat less fat, every day
Ruth Cuzzort, dietitian at Doctors' Memorial Hospital, provided
nutrition information for walkers participating in this year's "Step Up,
Florida."
To limit your fat intake, she recommends: less beef; less fried foods;
less mayonnaise and salad dressing; less candy and baked goods; less
chips and French fries; less whole milk (try low fat milk and cheese); less
butter and margarine; less sour cream and cream cheese; fewer biscuits
and less cornbread.
"Eating less fat reduces the risk of heart attack. Review your diet and
find ways to improve your nutrition,and your health," said Cuzzort.


C-3 Perry News-Herald February 23-24, 2007


* 65% of adults in Taylor


- County are overweight

SjA What kind of legacy are we leaving?


100 hit the streets
This year's "Step Up Florida" featured a series of walking
opportunities on Feb. 14 for residents of Taylor County.
According to Katy Jarvis at the Taylor County Health
Department, nearly 100 people participated, in the walks--
despite dropping temperatures throughout the cold day. The
TCHD will promote physical activity for students at Taylor
County Middle School in April, through a "Game On"
program.


According to statistics at the Taylor County Health Department (TCHD-)
some 35 percent of adults in Taylor County are considered overweight and
30 percent are classified as obese.
As. "keepers of good health," the department is concerned about thd
legacy we are leaving the community's children.
With the reminder, "Children learn their behaviors from what they see
every day," the TCHD provides the following statistics, hoping they
prompt the role models to respond:

Children born today have a shorter life expectancy tha6
current adults because of weight and inactivity.
Children spend 5.5 hours daily watching television and
using electronic media.
*Children today are facing severe health problems such as
diabetes and high blood pressure, which are usually'
considered adult conditions.
Walking and bicycling by kids (ages 5-15) dropped 40
percent from 1977 to 1995.
Almost half of young people (12-21) are not regularly
active (vigorous exercise three days a week); 48 percent of
high school students don't take physical education.

Of adults, 25-30 percent get little or no-exercise except
for daily routines. A full 75 percent don't exercise the
recommended 50 minutes a day, five days a week..


Pediatric advice for parents


Brush, brush, brush your teeth


To help parents brush up on
healthy teeth, the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention
has released a set of pediatric oral
health tips. The simple steps' assist
parents in taking care of their
children's teeth as well as aid in
teaching proper dental habits.
For example, toothpaste that
contains fluoride lowers the risk of
decay by 15 to 30 percent and
drinking fluoridated water lowers
the risk by 18 to 40 percent.
Here are some simple steps for
kids' smiles:
1. Start cleaning teeth early. As
soon as the first tooth appears,
'begin by wiping with a clean,
damp cloth every day. When more
.teeth come in, switch to a small,
-soft. toothbrush. Begin using
- toothpaste with fluoride when the
child is two years old. Use
toothpaste with fluoride earlier if
your child's doctor or dentist
recommend it.
2. Use the right amount of
toothpaste. Fluoride is important
for fighting cavities. If children
younger than six years old swallow
too much fluoride, however, their
permanent teeth may have white
spots. To keep this from
happening, use only a small
amount of toothpaste--about the
size of a pea. Teach your child to
spit out the toothpaste and rinse
well after brushing.
3. Supervise brushing. Brush
your child's teeth twice a day until
your child has the skill to handle
the toothbrush alone. Then
continue to closely watch brushing
to make sure the child is doing a
thorough job, and using only a


small amount of toothpaste.
4. Talk to your child's, doctor or
dentist. Check with the doctor or
dentist about your child's specific
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C-4 Perry News-Herald February 23-24, 2007


What


do


all those


initials


mean?


By RANDY HEARNE, NP-C NP, who works under a
Legal Nurse Consultant collaborating physician (MD or
Today's healthcare system has DO), in various health care
changed and adapted over the settings. PA's work in emergency
years to encompass a number of rooms, private clinics, surgery
different healthcare professionals departments, dermatology, and any
as well as a number of healthcare other setting where a physiciansi
delivery styles. In this article, the needs assistance with meeting the
discussion will be focused on health care needs of patients.
learning a little about what the Upon graduation from PA
differences are between a School, a certification test
Nurse Practitioner must be completed and
(NP), Physician licensure obtained in the
Assistant (PA), Doctor state of practice.
of Osteopathy and a Education is updated by
traditional Medical taking classes, attending lectures
Doctor (MD) and how they or completing tests which are
all exist to care for your geared to maintain an "updated"
healthcare/wellness needs. education on the treatment of
A Nurse Practitioner (like me), is illness states and new therapeutic
an advanced practice nurse who regimens without returning to the
has completed a master's degree in classroom. PA's complete a similar
nursing, has passed a certification educational program as NP's,
exam by a national certificating however their classes/clinical
organization and has been accepted training is geared to the medical
for licensure within the state they model of practice and are designed
practice. An NP mtist complete to complement the role of the
advanced studies in: anatomy and physician and their
physiology, microbiology, training model.
pharmacology, advanced health PA's exercise autonomy
assessments, as well as master's in making medical decisions
levels classes in disease specific and provide a wide range of
conditions and health maintenance, diagnostic therapeutic
NP's must complete clinical services for their patients. PA's can
courses that teach in the "field" prescribe medications, can order
with real patients learning how and interpret diagnostic tests and
disease and wellness affect people care for their patients within the
in. the community and how to framework of their practice
facilitate positive changes with the agreement with a collaborating
goal being optimal wellness and physician.
prevention of disease states. NP's A Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) is
can: order and interpret tests, a physician who has completed 4
diagnoses and treat acute and years of medical school and then
chronic conditions, prescribe received additional 300-500 hours
medications, treat/manage a of additional training in "hands on"
patient's overall health, counsel manual medicine with the body
patients in successful treatment and musculoskeletal system. Once
strategies for optimizing health.
NP's can work in any practice
setting under a supervising
physician (MD or DO) which can
include health department, private T ipS for B
practice, emergency room, hospital
or almost any other community H ealt
setting where an NP can utilize Ht
their special skills and talents for
the community at large. W om al
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surgical procedures as well as
prescribe medications. Dedicated
to treating 'and healing the entire
patient as a whole, is part of the
core beliefs of the DO philosophy.
DO's will often use manipulation
of the spine to assure "free motion"
which ensures that the body is
in the best position to allow
the body to work unhindered
in the healing process. Over
the years, the gap between
conventional medicine and
'osteopathic medicine has
narrowed. MD's now embrace
many of the ideas of osteopathic
medicine and DO's use technology
and medications to aid in the
diagnosis and treatment of illness
much like conventional medicine.
Just like MD's, DO's are required
to pass certification exams,
V apply for licensure and
maintain continuing
education to maintain their
knowledge base on treating
illness and promoting
wellness to their patient population
and the community at large.
A Medical Doctor (MD) is the
common initial set that people
think of when they think of a
"health care provider."
Traditionally, an MD was the
person that was responsible for the
health and wellness of a
community. An MD must
complete a pre-med curriculum
and then apply to medical school
(same as DO). After completing
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trained to provide quality
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All of the different educational
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Chestnuts: Promotes weight loss; protects your heart; lowers cholesterol; combats cancer; controls
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Chili Peppers: Aids digestion; soothes sore throat; clears sinuses; combats cancer; boosts immune
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