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Perry News-Herald

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March 16-17, 2007

Students and teachers will get a
well-deserved break March 19-23 as
the Taylor County School District takes
a Spring Break. Today, March 16, is
the final day of class until Monday,
March 26.
When students return following the
break, only one holiday remains on the
school calendar: Friday, April 6, Good
The final school day of the 2006-07
year for students is May 18; teachers
finish up on May 23-24.

County forester Billy Wright will be
the guest speaker at the Monday,
March 19, meeting of the Taylor
County Historical Society.
He will present a. slideshow
spotlighting the early logging and
turpentine operations of Taylor County
and North Florida.
President Wanda Cash invites
everyone to attend; the meeting will
start at 7 p.m.

The March meeting of the Taylor
Retired Educators' Association will be
held Monday at Doctors' Memorial
Hospital (education room), starting at
11 a.m.
District Forestry Director John Fish
will be guest speaker.

The Grascals

Grammy nominated Bluegrass
group and IBMA's 2006 Entertainers
of the Year, the Grascals will be
headlining this year's Florida State
Bluegrass Festival in Perry April 6 and
Aside from being great entertainers,
the Grascals are big supporters of the
March of Dimes, festival coordinator
Dawn Taylor said.
"For a $5 donation to the March of
Dimes, you have a chance to win a
private dinner and' photo opportunity
with the band Saturday, April 7."
Tickets are available by calling the
Perry-Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce at 584-5366.
The Grascals will perform Saturday,
-April 7, at 2:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. at the
festival. Weekend passes are $10. For
more information: go on-line to

Free tax preparation and e-file
services through the Tax-Aide
program will continue through April 16.
Assistance will be available at the
Taylor County Public Library in Perry
on Monday, 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.,
and on Saturdays, from 10 a.m.
until 1 p.m.
Services will also be available
during the month at Steinhatchee
Community Center, by appointment
only (call Bonnie at 352-498-0050).
"This program serves taxpayers of
all ages with special attention to
those 60 and older," said Vicky
Van Dyke, the regional volunteer
coordinator in Fanning Springs.-
Peggy Williams is the local contact
"Taxpayers should bring photo ID,
Social Security cards for all
dependents, and all tax documents
(W-2's, SSA's, 1099's,
interest/dividend statements,
unemployment, child care provider
information, etc.) related to their tax
return," Van Dyke said.

Loving You p. B-2
Loving You P. B-2

Perry man, 60, killed in crash

A 60-year-old Perry man was
killed in a two-vehicle crash early
Wednesday, March 14.
Dennis E. Ross was pronounced
dead at the scene after his full-size
Toyota truck ran nearly head-on
into a semi-tractor/trailer at the
intersection of Highway 98 and
Goff Street around 5:30 a.m.



sparks war

of words

A war of words has broken out
between Taylor County and the
Florida Department of
Community Affairs following a
letter sent to the county last week
which charged that the
development agreement between
the commission and Magnolia Bay
Marina and Resort was "not
consistent with the applicable
The letter, sent by Division of
Community Planning Director
Charles Gauthier -to Commission
Chairman Malcolm Page,
however, sparked a quick response
from commissioners earlier this
week, who objected to its tone,
calling it "one of irreverence and
heavy> handedness."
In his letter, dated March 7,
Gauthier objects to a section in the
development agreement,
unanimously approved by the
commission in October, which
states. "The county agrees to work
with the developer in. amending
the Taylor County Comprehensive
Plan and Land Development
Regulations as needed to
implement the general plan of
development according to.
applicable law. The developer
intends to request several small
comprehensive plan amendments
that total 65 acres per cycle in each
of the next two cycles (approx.
130 acres."
According to Gauthier, the
process of "cobbling" small scale
amendments mentioned in the
agreement "is not consistent with
the applicable law."
Land use amendments are
considered "small scale" when
they are under 10 acres (or 20
acres if the county is declared an
area of economic concern, as is the
case in Taylor County).
-* Please see page 8

The force of the impact knocked
both rear axles off the semi and
separated the trailer tires from their
"According to the preliminary
investigation, it appears that the
Toyota drifted across the centerline
into the semi's lane of traffic,"
Perry Police Department Sgt. Gene

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Franklin said. Ross was traveling
west on Highway 98; the fully-
loaded concrete truck was
traveling east.
The driver of the semi, Laroyal
Curtis Ewings, 44, of Valdosta,
Ga., was treated and released at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
He was apparently enroute back

to the Scruggs Concrete plant in
Valdosta when the crash
Traffic was routed around the
scene for nearly eight hours to
allow time for scene investigation
and clean-up.
Department of Transportation
Officer Matt Chaffin conducted an

on-site inspection of the semi, as is
required in these cases, Franklin
PPD Ptl. Brian Curry has been
assigned to complete the traffic
homicide investigation. Further
details and causes behind the crash
will be released pending
completion of the investigation.

The driver of this full-size Toyota truck was pronounced dead at the scene Wednesday morning. Dennis Ross, 60, apparently
crossed into the path of an on-coming semi-tractor/trailer. Traffic was routed around the crash for nearly eight hours while
police conducted their on-site investigation. (Photo by Angela M. Castelucci)

City braces for $500,000 shortfall.

City residents could see a
reduction in services, coupled with
an increase in fees, if the proposed
property tax reform currently
under review by the Legislature is
That was the message City
Manager Bob Brown brought to
the Perry City Council during its
regular meeting Tuesday, March
"If some of the property tax
proposals pass, our best estimates
show that we would face a revenue
loss from $180,000 up to a quarter

of a million dollars. When you
factor in inflation, than we could
be looking at a $500,000 challenge
when we start preparing next year's
budget," Brown said.
"If that's the case, then there are
some tough choices we will have
to make together. I think this
would be a good time to pause on

some things until we know where
we are with the property tax
situation," he continued.
"I believe it (property tax
reform) is going to happen.
Everything I hear indicates that
some form of the plan will pass,"
Mayor Emily Ketring said.
Brown recommended that the

city halt plans to install a wireless
Internet system which would serve
a 42-square-block within Perry's
redevelopment district. The project
was to have been funded from a
special redevelopment tax
collected in the impacted area.
.** Please see page 3

County could see S2.4


ion loss in revenue

emergency management director,
however, other positions such as a
county planner will not be added
without direct board approval.
The decision was made during
an emergency meeting held
Monday afternoon to discuss
the issue.
Depending on which state plan

is passed, the county stands to lose
from $100,000 up to $2.4 million,
according to numbers from the
Gov. Charlie Christ has
proposed doubling the homestead
exemption from $25,000 to
*,. Please see page 8

The Taylor County Commission
is taking the first precautionary
steps in light of several proposals
before the Florida Legislature for
property tax reform with could
produce significant cuts to the
county's annual revenue.
The county will continue its
search for a new fire chief and an

Former Buckeye CEO dies

100 tickets to go!
For the second year in a row, local attorney Greg Parker is
sponsoring the giveaway of 100 weekend passes for the
upcoming Florida State Bluegrass Festival. Tickets are
available at the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce
and will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis
(limit two per person). Parker, left, is shown above with
festival coordinator Dawn Taylor. (Photo by Mark Viola)

Perry News-Herald
Two sections 118th Year, No. 11

Looking Back ......... A-2
Living ....... . . .... A-4
Sports ............... A-6
Religion .......... . .A-7

Robert Emmet "Bob" Cannon,
who led the leveraged buy-out of
Procter & Gamble's pulp business
which resulted in the formation of
Buckeye Technologies, died
Wednesday at his home in
Memphis, Tenn. He was 77.
In 1954 he joined Procter and
Gamble and .continued with them
until 1991, serving in various
sales, manufacturing and
management positions.
In 1993, he led a group that
purchased P&G's Buckeye
Cellulose, which had been in
existence since the early 1900's.
He successfully took the company

Community ........ . .B-1

Entertainment ....
TV listings .......
Classified . ....

. . .B-2
. . B-4

public in 1995.
As chairman and CEO, he
renamed it Buckeye Technologies
in 1997 and led the company to
become a global leader in the
manufacture and marketing of
specialty cellulose and absorbent
Cannon retired as chairman and
CEO of Buckeye in June 2003 but
remained on the board as presiding
He was active on both the local
and national level with a variety of
service organizations.
Full funeral details may be
found on page A-5.

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Bob Cannon

660 /430

660 / 33




A-2 Perry News-Herald March 16-17, 2007

Filler up

Service stations have long been a staple on Taylor County's
major highways. Shown here are some.examples of former
bIsirnesses from the late 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s.
(Clockwise) The Airport Motel station promoted "Happy
MVotoring!" while Wood's Station on Highway 98 offered
customers- gas at 29 cents a gallon. Puckett',s "American"
station is captured in this 1966 photo. Next is Denmark's
Garage about 1950 on U.S. 19 South. It was later the site for
Bassett's Dairy. Finally, this Texaco station (above) was
located on U.S. 19 South and was operated by E. Mangum.

THE PERRY accident. The driver of the other Lilliott announced the birth of their
vehicle had been released from the daughter, Jennifer Nicole, on Feb.
NEWS-HERALD Antelope Valley Sheriff's Office 27 at Doctors' Memorial
MARCH 9, 1972 only 90 minutes before on Hospital, weighing 8 pounds and
previous charges for drunk driving. 7.5 ounces.

Ranging in age from 8 to 19,
some 200 people finished the 20-
mile walkathon to benefit the Walk
of Dirres, with Phyllis Newport as
chairman. The youngest finisher
was Katrina Ellis; Karen Kelly, 19,
was the oldest to finish. Freddie
Sharpton earned an antique car
coin bank from Bell's Pharmacy
for. having the most sponsors--40

Mrs. Mary Louise Lindsey, 42, a
longtime resident of Perry, died in
Lancaster, Calif., of injuries
sustained in an automobile

The Game and Fresh Water Fish
Commission released eight new
deer in Taylor County, 'on new
lands added to the -Aucilla River
GameManagement Area which lie
between 'Boyd and Lake' Bird.
.Hunting will be closed in the area
until further notice.
Reet Tanner, Bert Fife, "Charles
Mincey, Buck Sapp andt'Eddie,
Reynolds were pictured making
the release.

Jennifer Nicole Lilliott
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Inman

March 1617 2007

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Chad McKinley Perry
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Perry
welcomed a new son, Chad
McKinley, on Feb. 23 at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital. The new baby
weighed 7 pounds, 7.25 ounces.
John Charles Greek
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Greek were the
proud parents of a son, John
* Charles, born Feb. 23 at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital. He weighed 6
pounds, 1.75 ounces.
Clifford Vern Angerstein Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Angerstein,
* 1438 Stinson St., Jacksonville,
announced the birth of a son,
Clifford Vern, on Feb. 28. He
weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces. The
baby's mother is the former Inez

Cash of Perry.

Coach Lawrence Holt credited
starting pitcher Tomnuny Joiner with
the 6-4 win over Hamilton
County--the Taylor County High
School's second win of the season.
Joiner pitched four innings and
was relieved in the fifth inning by
Glenn Ratliff.

Melvin Cribbs, Robin Brown,
Kenneth Allen, Sonja Thomas,
John Durden, Jo Ann Sadler,
Ronald Foskey, Patrick Padgett
and Linda Powell were among the
kindergarten students from Perry
Primary who visited the Post
Office, where they mailed letters
and observed how they were sorted
and stacked for delivery.

quotable quote

Only your real friends
will tell you when your
face is dirty.
--Sicilian Proverb

The friend is the man who
knows all about you, and
still likes you.
--Elbert Hubbard

If a friend is in trouble,
don't annoy him by asking
if there is anything you can
do. Think up something
appropriate and do it.
--Edgar Watson Howe

The most I can do for my
friend is simply be his
--Henry David Thoreau

A true friend never gets in
your way unless you
happen to be going down.
--Arnold Glasow

True friendship comes
when silence between two
people is comfortable.
--Dave Tyson Gentry

You can always tell a real
friend: when you've made a
fool of yourself he doesn't
feel you've done a
permanent job.
--Laurence J. Peter

Some people go to
priests; others to poetry;
I to my friends.
--Virginia Woolf

A true friend is one who
thinks you are a good egg
even if you are half-
--Author Unknown

A good friend is cheaper
than therapy.
--Author Unknown

Mama was the head physician in the Leggett,
household and her weapon of choice was a large bottle
of castor oil. Even though she held a degree in nursing
she stayed with the tried and true remedy. According to
her it was the "cure all" for whatever ailed you so she
administered her dosage liberally. It was the miracle
drug of the forties and fifties, and was touted to get rid
of everything from the common cold to a bad case of
laziness. At our house you knew a dose of the slimy
concoction was yours for the taking every spring just
before Easter. Mama said this was necessary to clean
out all the bad germs that your body had harbored over
the long cold months of winter.
Needless to say for you that can remember the nasty
stuff, there was no way to camouflage the taste. But I'
have to commend mama for trying since she was the
one who had to practically hog-tie us before she was
able to pore the dose down our throats. She used one
tablespoon of castor oil mixed with a glass full of warm
root beer soda. She would stir the castor oil into the
root beer causing it to foam and fizz much like the
mixture we watched on scary Frankenstien movies. In
fact, the feeling I experienced everytime I saw the.
foaming glass moving toward my mouth was the same ,
feeling I got when I watched Dr. Frankenstein dosing
the monster he had created. As the slimy mix made Its
way down my throat I usually reacted much the same'
way Frankenstein did by gagging as I tried to walk stiff
legged across the floor. The sounds escaping my small
body bordered on near hysteria until finally I would,
collapse at mama's feet in my dying moments. I should "
have learned from the repeat procedure that she would
show me no mercy as she said, "Good girl, that will fix
you up for the summer." Since I left home, root beer
soda has never touched my lips. Just the thought of it'
makes my throat close as I gag from the memory of
,castor oil.
When the castor oil didn't achieve the needed results
for her children, mama woul;d,-call pld ., Warren1to0
stop by the house to take a look at us. To me he
appeared to be a hundred years old. If I was the
unfortunate patient he would approach me and. open
his black bag to pull out the necessary tools to listen to
my heart, check my ears and my throat. If this didii't
reveal any telltale sign of the illness he would turn to
mama and say, "Give her a good dose, of castor oil." It-
was enough to make us keep our bellyaches to
ourselves since we knew what the end result would be.
Much to my grateful heart mama started taking us to
Dr. Hendry. His office was located upstairs in the same
building as the Emporium. It seemed like the longest,
darkest walk imaginable as you climbed the stairs to
his office but once you were there, it was great. He was
so kind as he would calmly check you. If you needed
medicine he had it right there and would give you a
Pepsi to wash it down with. But the main reason he
gained my undying devotion was the fact that he never
suggested castor oil.
Our dentist, Dr. Peacock, was right down the hallway
from Dr. Hendry. This was not one of my favorite places
to visit. My reluctance had nothing to do with Dr.
Peacock, but with my own aversion to having someone:
roam about inside my mouth. I remember him as a nice
person even though he did have to inflict pain. Thank
goodness the art of dentistry has come a long way sincee-
my childhood. In fact, the art of medicine--whatever the
specialty--has come a long way.
But all the medical improvements, as wonderful as
they are, can never take the place of the doctor who was
just like one of the family. There were numerous times
that mama would send me to the phone to call Dr.
Hendry's office and all I had to do was tell them, "It's:
Delores Leggett and mama said you need to come to our
house." With just that amount of information, the
doctor would arrive and set our world to right again.
With all the changes in our medical field we are so
fortunate to still have doctors, nurses and first
responders that share the same special bond of caring
with their patients as doctors in bygone days.
Sometimes in the course of a stubborn illness I'm-
slightly tempted to try mama's concoction. The
temptation leaves as quickly as it comes when the
memory of castor oil travels from my brain to my taste
buds. It's enough to bring on an instant in
a way mama's "cure all" still does its job!
Delores L. Walker can be reached at

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with us! !

Family reunion season is fast approaching and
we invite coordinators to contact our office with
family histories and photos they would like to
share in announcing upcoming events.
Please call (850) 584-5513 or information and
photos (jpeg format) may also be sent via e-mail to

A-3 Perry News-Herald March 16-17, 2007

In 2007-08

Late start for students

The Taylor County School
Board approved the 2007-08
school calendar Tuesday night,
with classes for the next school
year slated to begin several weeks
later than usual, on Aug. 20.
The later start was mandated by
the legislature during last year's
session, Superintendent of Schools
Oscar M. Howard Jr. said.

As with this year, students will
have Wednesday through Friday
off from school for the
Thanksgiving Day break.
The last day before the
Christmas holiday will be Dec. 21,
the same day the second nine
weeks ends. Students will return to
classes Jan. 8.
Spring break will also be later

Wireless Internet

on hold for now

than the current year, with the
holiday running from March 31 to
April 4, 2008.
The last day of classes will be
May 29, 2008.
Howard told' school board
members a bill was introduced in
the current legislative session to
elimifiate the mandate for the later
start date, but it failed in

,Good Samaritans
Officers at the scene of this trailer fire Monday, March 12, credit the quick actions of "two
good Samaritans" with saving the home. The men saw smoke coming from the home and used a
water hose to douse an interior fire. Above, Taylor County Fire/Rescue firefighter Chris
Williams peals back the damaged siding to reach a remaining hot spot.

'Walter J. Williams is best known
as a writer of interstellar adventure
stories. But in his novel "The Rift,"
all the characters have their feet
planted firmly on the ground.
Except when the 'ground shakes,
moves and splits right open. Which
it does quite often in this novel
about a great earthquake striking
the New Madrid fault and splitting
the United States right up the belly.
While this book is fiction, the
New Madrid Fault is real. Five
-major fault segments lie atop each
other along the course 'of the
Mississippi River. It's a large area
. encompassing parts of Tennessee,
,..isoi'ri k irkantast and Illinois."
The last major event happened"
there in 1811-12. Existing records
of that quake begin every chapter,
reminding the reader that a quake
of this magnitude has happened
before when the area was sparsely
In "The Rift," the earthquake
knocks the mighty Mississippi.

Air. Force Airman 1st Class
Evan C. Brock has graduated from
basic military training at Lackland
*Air Force Base, San Antonio,
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied the Air
Force mission,- organization,
military customs and courtesies;
performed drill and ceremony
arches, and received physical
*training, rifle marksmanship, field
training exercises and special
.training in human relations.:
. In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
,credits toward an associate degree
,through the Community College
of the Air Force.
He is the son ,of George Brock
of Perry. Brock received an
associate degree in 2006 from
.Tallahassee Community College.


River off course and the river
breaks through dams and levies
and develops dangerous rapids and
large waves. Towns are either
flooded out or littered with debris
and wrecked homes. The
devastation is so widespread that
the U.S. government cannot
immediately get help into most of
the disaster-stricken communities,
and soon lawlessness breaks out in
many areas.
Mr. Williams uses a format I like
in a disaster novel. He follows six
or eight central characters in
different locales who are coping
with the catastrophe in their own
Sway nid the story Unfolds through
Sometimes these folks connect
with one another and it's
pleasurable reading when they do.
Even amongst the tension of an
Thirteen-year-old Jason and
unemployed engineer Nick meet in
the aftermath of the quake and

Evan Brock

Continued from page 1
"The system is more expensive
than we thought. We've had bids
ranging up to $190,000 and we've
finally gotten on down to about
$110,000. We have about
$122,000 in the fund already, but
there will also be re-occurring
costs .with the system of about
$8-10,000 annually. I'd rather wait
before we commit to anything that

The Rift

resulting flood. Nick has climbed a
tree to escape the raging river and
is sharing it unwillingly with a
possum, ants and a cottonmouth
moccasin. Jason, in his neighbor's
bass boat "Retired and Gone
Fishin," comes to the rescue. But
the relief is short-lived because the
two find themselves trapped on a
slowly moving flooded river going
through chemical spills, waterfalls
and eerily empty cities plagued by
deadly gas leaks. It's not a pretty
picture and things look grim for
the pair.
Upriver, Major General Jessica
C. Frazetta, US Army Corps of
Engineers, stands at the helm of
the Mississippi Valley Di.isioin
What she sees is a river gone wild
and the real possibility of the
Poinsett Landing Nuclear Power
Plant uprooting and tumbling
down toward New Orleans. Her
job is to secure the plant on the
constantly shifting sand and mud
amid aftershocks and radiation
leaks. Suddenly I was ready to get
back to how things were going for
Jason and Nick.
As they are carried downstream
toward Nick's family, the story
moves on to other survivors
struggling with the devastation. A
radio preacher celebrates the
arrival of doomsday, a corrupt
sheriff tries to keep order in his
district and a stockbroker tries and
ultimately fails to capitalize on the
economic fallout of the quake.
The tension level stays high and
the characters stand up to the
sweeping scale of the destruction.
While a tad long (932 pages) "The
Rift" is a good thick book you'll
not soon forget.
Walter J. Williams is a New York
Times best-selling author who has
been nominated repeatedly for
every major SF award, including
Hugo and Nebula Awards
nominations. He lives near
Albuquerque, N. M., with his wife,
Kathleen Hedges.

Polly Waller owns The Book
Mart along with her husband
Rod. It is located on Highway 19
N, adjacent to Citizens Bank.

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will have re-occurring expense,"
Brown said.
The council concurred with his
recommendation and the project
was put on hold.
Members also brought a halt to
discussions related to an incentive
package tied to Brown's
employment contract.
"I think going forward we may
to make some cuts that are
necessitated by these property tax
changes and I don't think it would
be fair to reward me for something
like that," Brown said. "This is
something we can work through
and we are in a lot better shape
than the county, which could lose
up to $2.2 million ih revenue. This
property tax thing would change
the rules for all of us."

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A-4 Perry News-Herald March 16-17, 2007





Spring fever, answered
What better way to spend an early spring day, than planning for the garden ahead? That was
the philosophy of the Perry Garden Club when members made a "road trip" Feb. 23 to Madison
to visit O'Tooles Herb Farm. Of course, the group made time for lunch and a little shopping,
before returning to Perry with a few more "green things". to love. Shown above are Gerri
Fenn, Bea O'Toole, Tuckie Maultsby and Nell Barnett. This Wednesday, the club will welcome
a representative of the Greathouse Butterfly Farm for a 9:45 a.m. meeting at the Garden
Center adjacent to Forest Capital Park. President Liska Gooding invites anyone in the
community with an interest in butterflies or butterfly gardening to attend the meeting.

New Arrival '

Luke Austin Hayden
Brian and Summer Hayden of Taylor County announce the birth of their
son, Luke Austin, on Jan. 23, 2007, at 10:40 p.m. in Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital. The new arrival weighed 5 pounds, 12 ounces, and was 19.25
inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Bryant and Kathy French. The baby's
maternal great grandfather is Ervin Close.
Paternal grandparents are Jim and Cathy Hayden. Paternal great
grandparents are Ralph and Mary London.

Ross celebrates
1st birthday
Kha' Maurie K. Ross will
celebrate his first birthday
on Saturday, March 17, St.
S Patrick's Day!
He is the son of Ternia
Ross and' Keon Ingram of
Maternal grandparents are
Lucretia Gaines ,and Betsy
The one-year-old's
paternal grandfather is
Kha' Maurie K. Ross Darron Ross.

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"What plants are best for my
yard?" If that question has
troubled you since you first
realized you knew nothing about
what to plant in North Florida, fear
no more. A list of. "The
Dependable Dozen" was recently
published in Florida Gardening,
spotlighting the "workhorse
greenery of our landscape."
No. 1: Indian Hawthorn. This
dwarf, evergreen, low-
maintenance shrub thrives as a
foundation planting or in a planter
box. It is salt, shade and cold
tolerant,- boasting dark green
leaves with contrasting delicate
pink blossoms.
No. 2: Variegated
Pittosporum. This casual,
compact shrub fits nicely around a
house, or as a hedge. The whorled
leaves are grey-green and cream in
color, even if on a shady north
exposure. Fragrant white blooms
appear in the spring. Salt tolerant.
No. 3: Thryallis. This shrub
presents bright yellow flowers atop.
burgundy red stems and can flower
year round, given full sun (except
in the coldest locations). It has few
pest problems and prefers dry soil.
SNo.4: Ligustrum. Smelling
like fresh apples when pruned, this
shrub features crisp, glossy and
green foliage. It can be a screen
for an unwanted view, or can be
pruned into a single-stem small
tree. It thrives with full sun.
No. 5: Shillings Holly. Called
"tough as nails," this shrub is
densely compact and thornless. It-:
doesn't have the traditional red
berries but it shines in any
landscape design.
No. 6: Podocarpus. It can be a
great screen, a small tree, or a
formal hedge. This shrub is
virtually pest free and prefers sun.
No. 7: Liriope. Previously used
only as a ground cover, liriope is
now edging walkways and

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trimming decks. It is easy to
propagate by division. If your
landscape is shady, try the
variegated and blooming varieties.
No. 8: Turks Cap. Red, white
or pink blossoms are a bonus with
this tropical shrub which is a
member of the hibiscus family. It
can be used as a foundation
planting or slipped hedge.
No. 9: Viburnum. This may be
the best choice to screen an
unwanted view. It is a "vigorously
growing shrub or small tree" which
is found throughout the state,
although it is not salt tolerant.
No. 10: Loropetalum. Year-

tound ruby foliage and pink spring
blossoms characterize this small,
fine-textured plant. It prefers light
shade and moist, acidic soils.
No. 11: Bottlebrush. Lending
color to an informal hedge, this
plant is recognizable because of its
"showy red spikes of flowers" in
late spring.
No. 12: Sandankwa
Viburnum. Great for a barrier
hedge, this plant is described as
"rough to the touch, dense and
evergreen. It is shade tolerant and
one of the earliest-blooming plants
with white flowers in winter and
early spring.

Roseheads offer chances

on jewelry, gas, groceries
Members of Perry's original chapter of the Red Hat Society, the
Roseheads, are currently working on raising money for the 2007 Relay For
Life by offering "three great prizes," said Cheryl Gregory, publicity chair,
"Debi Limoges, owner of Special Things and also a Rosehead member,
has donated at 14-karat tri-color gold circle heart pendant," said Gregory.
"Jeff Myers of Winn-Dixie is helping the group have $100 worth of
groceries, and Charles McClellan of McClellan Oil Co. is helping the
group offer $100 worth of Shell gasoline," she said.
"Each is such a wonderful prize; it's like having three first prizes."
A $1 donation will provide you the opportunity to receive one of these
prizes, Gregory reminded. The drawing is scheduled for the evening of
the relay, April 27, and ticket-holders do not have to be present to win.
If you do not know a Rosehead member and wish to purchase tickets,
please call Patricia Lindsey at 584-6022 or Cheryl Gregory at 584-2890.

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A mystery of life
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The giver of joy
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A-5 Perry News-Herald March 16-17, 2007


Anita Deanna Hudson
Anita Deanna Hudson, 49, a
homemaker, died March 15, 2007,
at her home in Shady Grove.
Mrs. Hudson was a native of
Taylor County and the daughter of
Lillian (Gunter) Ratliff of Perry
and the late Broward Ratliff. She
was a member of First Church of
Survivors include: her mother,
Lillian Gunter Ratliff of Perry; a
devoted friend, Harvey Milam of
Tallahassee; three daughters, Staci
Whiddon and Brandi Gunter, both
of Perry, and Ashli Hudson of
Shady Grove; four brothers,
Broward Ratliff of Panama City,
Franklin Ratliff and Doyle Lee
Ratliff, both of Perry, Larry Ratliff
of St. Augustine; five sisters,
Virginia Cruce of Perry, Gladys
Sadler of Perry, Hazel Crews of
Lafayette, La., Thelma Etheredge

of Bridgebrough, Ga., and
Christine Sharp of Somerville,
Ala.; four grandchildren; and a
host of nieces and nephews
She was preceded in death by
one son, Brock Carlton.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, March 17, at 10 a.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home with the Rev.
Mike Hicks officiating. Interment
will follow at Pisgah Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends today, March 16, from 6
until 8 p.m. at Beggs Funeral
Home, which is in charge of
Dennis Elvin Ross
Dennis Elvin Ross, 60, died
March 14, 2007.
A lifetime resident of Perry, Mr.
Ross was the son of the late Elvin
Ralph "Jim" Ross and the late
Willie Jo Ross. He was a graduate

of Taylor County High School and
served in the U.S. Army during the
Vietnam War. He retired from
Procter & Gamble after working
38 years, 29 years in forestry and
the last nine in the finishing
department of the mill. He was a
member of New Home Baptist
Mr. Ross was chapter president
of the local National Wild Turkey
Federation and a committee
member of the Tallahassee chapter.
He was a lifetime member of the
National Rifle Association, and a
member of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars and AMVETS.
Survivors include: one son,
Arren Shane Ross; three daughters,
Shannon Ross and Amber Ross of

companion, Sharon Grantham of
Perry, and her three daughters,
Lindsey Shaw, Calista Hedricks,
and Becky Strickland.
A memorial service will be held
Saturday, March 17,, at 4 p.m. at
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home.
Family members will receive
friends prior to the service from 2-
4 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to the JAKES College
Scholarship Program. This. fund
has been set up at Buckeye Credit
Union, 1825 S. Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida 32348.
Bums Funeral Home is in charge
of the arrangements.
Robert Emmet Cannon
Robert Emmet Cannon, 77, died
Wednesday, March 14, 2007, at
his home in Memphis, Tenn.
Following a long career with

Ross of Auburn,
LaJune "Tuney"
Perry; seven
his longtime

Perry, and Lynn
Ala.; one sister,
Stephens of

Procter & Gamble, Mr. Cannon led
the group which purchased
Buckeye Technologies, serving as
chairman and CEO until his
retirement in 2003.
He was born Nov. 18, 1929, to
the late Louise and Robert Cannon.
After graduating from the Georgia
Institute of Technology with a
Bachelor's degree in mechanical
engineering, he served in the U.S.
Navy Submarine Force, U.S.S.
Hardhead, during the Korean War.
He joined the Procter & Gamble
Company in 1954 and held various
sales and manufacturing
management positions,
culminating with his appointment
as group vice president for
industrial products in 1981 and
senior vice president for corporate
initiatives before his retirement in
After his retirement, he served as

dean of the College of
Management, Policy and
International Affairs for Georgia
Tech. He also fulfilled "a lifelong
dream" by leading the purchase of
Buckeye Technologies from
Procter & Gamble.
He attended and was an elder for
Shady Grove Presbyterian Church.
He also served on the Greater
Memphis Arts Council and
Memphis Orchestral Society, as
chairman of the Georgia Tech
Board, and also on the boards of
various organizations, including
United Way, Junior Achievement
and the American Forest and Paper
Association, as well as the
Canadian Pulp and Paper
Association. He was a past
president of the Boy Scouts of
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Fishing Report

Steinhatchee fish

tourney this Sat.!

One More, Cast Guide Service
March 17! March 17! March 17
is the Steinhatchee Fishing
Tourney! Okay, so I messed
up...but no one really thought
they were going to hold a tourney
on a Tuesday...RIGHT? THIS
SATURDAY! Be there!
Trout fishing was up and
down...but grand if you could find
the right combination...which
seemed to be fishing. BITE-A-
BAIT fighter plugs for both Bert
Deener, of Waycross, Ga., and
myself as we fished together, in
separate boats last Wednesday and
Thursday. Bert caught a 6.1-
pound, 26-inch trout on the
"clown" Bite-A-Bait fighter in the
"clown"'pattern. Bert was fishing
south in 2-2.5 feet of water when
he hooked and landed the gator
He also landed his limit with
his Uncle Don Fouche' of
Maryland both Wednesday and
Thursday while fishing the
fighters. Again he fished from 1.5
to 2.5 feet of water and had his
bite late into the afternoon on
lower light. Trout were tough up
in the day and Bert said they
were fishless til 4 p.m. Wednesday
and 2:30 Thursday when the w-i-n-
d shifted.
On another front: I took EI
Fenlin of Chicagoland out with
Billy Pillow Friday and we had a
great day on the sheepshead...Billy
started out early with a
magnificent 9.4-pound sheepshead,
the biggest anyone has landed on
my boat ever! I
commented..."Well, I guess I will
jusi ha'- 1i caich one 10 pounds!"
:Billy chuckled, and then about,
15 minutes later I looked down,
and said I see him...sure enough I
dropped a live shrimp down on the
bottom watched her take it and
boom it was on! I landed and
weighed in my 10.3-pound
sheepshead--a boat record and my
personal best. Ed couldn't get past
that one, but had two fish over
eight pounds to make our top five
sheepsheadd just over 44 pounds!
The 23. fish we brought in
weighed 130 pounds!
Saturday Tim and Becky
Wiggins,. with Cole Childers and
Amanda Barnes of Tifton, Ga.,
fought the crowds to land seven
sleepshead with a 8.95 pounder
anti a 7.85 pounder!
More trout news: From Jeff
Suber, president of the Forgotten
Coast Kayak Anglers of
Tallahassee: "Keaton Beach was
on ,fire this weekend. The North
Florida Gulf Fishing Club had
their monthly tournament this
weekend and the location was
Keaton Beach. Junior Dice won
with 14.5 pounds of trout and the
biggest trout of 5.51 pounds.
Robbie Green and Bill Palmer
finished second place with 12.5
pounds of trout and bringing up
third place were Steve Taylor and
Ashley Mock with 12.29 pounds
of trout. Jeff Suber of the
,Forgotten Coast Kayak Anglers at finished in ninth
place in his Wilderness Systems
Tarpon 160i. He fished Dallus
Creek'and picked up eight keeper
trout in the mornings ranging
from 16-19.5 inches with a
Mirrolure STTR in the Electric
Chicken colors. When the tide
slacked off he moved into some
smaller creeks and picked up more
than,20 shorts in the 10-12 inch
range with plastic shad tails. He

moved out to the mouth feeding
Dallus Creek from the gulf,and
finished off his day with 18 more
trout from 17-19 inches long with
the Mirrolure and a Bite-A-Bait
Suspending lure with blue back
and silver bottom. "
Saturday also saw Wilson and
Jesse Paulk of Salem fishing with
Berkley Gulp landing a limit of
trout in three feet of water.
Jason and Bouie Rowan fished
Saturday to land seven trout on
live shrimp and Berkley gulp from
2-3 feet of water. '
Many anglers are having fits
trying to get. trout to hit in 3-6
feet of water, where I believe the
trout from offshore just haven't
penetrated yet and are just out
there a bit deeper feeding on
shrimp at night. We need some
rain, as the too-clear water just has
nothing for the trout to eat arid so
they are staying deeper for
protection from predators.
The shallow water fish are
finicky mostly feeding just early
and late and not for long.

More sheepshead news...I took
Jack Minchey and his crew from
Eatonton, Ga., and we brought in
an incredible mess of sheepshead!
Jack topped off our stringer with
an 11-pound sheepshead (11.3
pounds). We had 23 fish which
weighed a whopping 14.7.9
pounds!!!! unbelievable! We used
fiddlers to land over half our sheep
and had pitiful tides Monday,
March 1'2, so we had a very light
bite. (A bit early, as this Saturday
that 11-pound fish would have
been worth $300!)
Remember:, Th. .teinhatcie-
sixth annTlhil tti t(ier Fishfiig
Tournament is Saturday, March
17, with weigh-ins in
Steinhatchee and Keaton Beach.
The Steinhatchee Community
Projects Board and Taylor Tourism
Development Council will host
the tourney with $3,000 in prizes
including cash prizes of $600'for
first and $300 for second place in
three categories: trout, redfish and
grouper. Largest .;heepshead is
$300! Tickets are .$30 per angler.
Times are 7 a.m. 'til 4:30 p.m.
YOU must be in the line no later
than 4:30 to weigh an entry!
Winners must receive any/all
prizes. ati the Steinhatrhee
Community Center.. :
Don't miss this. event! For more
information contact, Sea Hag at
(352)498-3008 or River Haven
Marina, (352)498-0709 l' in'
Steinhatchee; 'Keaton Beach
Marina (850) 578-2897 in Keaton;
or go to www.Steinhatchee.c6m

A-6 Perry News-Herald March 16-17, 2007

Big inning lifts Wakulla over 'Dogs

The Taylor County High
baseball team gave up 7 runs in
the top of the third inning here
Tuesday night but was unable to
overcome the deficit, falling to
Wakulla 12-6.
The Bulldogs answered the War
Eagles run-for-run through two
innings with the game tied at 3.
But Wakulla's 7-run third proved
too much to overcome.
Taylor County (3-8,,2-1 district)
wasled at the plate by Ethan
Young, who blasted a double and
drove in a run in a 2-3 effort.
Others with one hit and one RBI
each included Brandon Mock, Josh
Gilbreath and Drew Mock
Kendall Thompson and Will
Hall were also credited with
driving in one run each.
Brandon Mock got the start on
the mound giving up eight hits
while striking out 4 and walking

3. Hall came on in the fourth and
pitched two scoreless ,innings
before Young went to the mound
in the sixth, giving up one hit
while striking out 2 and walking

Jayvee in

Tourney t
The Taylor County High junior
varsity baseball team was
scheduled to take on Lafayette
County Thursday in the second
round, of the Suwannee
Invitational Tournament being
played this week in Live Oak.
With a win, the Bulldogs (6-1-
1) will face North Florida
Christian Friday at 4 p.m. A loss
will send TCHS into the losers'

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Live Oak

his week
Other teams participating in this
year's tourney include Columbia
County, Haymilton County and
host Suwannee.
The championship game is
slated for 7 p.m. Saturday night.
Sporting clay

event in April
Fru-Con's Relay for Life fund-
raising committee is sponsoring a
sporting clay tournament to be
held Saturday, April 7 at
Gunrunners on Highway 19
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
three classes based on scores with
prizes being awarded to the top
three teams in each class.
For more information, contact
Mack Mangum at 584-1498.

has recognized two more people for the '
month of February as 71
"Employees of the Month"
Melanie Thbmas
Mary Neely
were the recipients of the hew awards
program this last month.
The Production Manager and Office
Manager presented each employee
with $100 in cash, a special parking spot
and a few other perks.

Congratulations to both Melanie and
Mary for a job well done.

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A-7 Perry News-Herald March 16-17, 2007

Church plans for Orlando trip in May

Project Vision '07 underway
New Brooklyn Missionary Baptist Church is planning a trip to Orlando
on Saturday, May 12, by Fantasy Motor Coach for a cost of $80, which
covers transportation and park entrance fee. Members of the community
are also invited to "Discover the Holy Land Experience."
The registration deadline is Saturday, March 31, with a payment plan

Please call one of the following for details: Almira Anderson, 584-5266;
Lessie Dunnell, 223-1710; or Rosemary Demps, 584-2649.

How about chicken for lunch?
New Brooklyn Missionary Baptist Church will sell chicken dinners
(fried or barbecued) today from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Lima beans, rice,
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These $5 meals can be delivered by calling 584-5723.

Church holds yard sale Saturday
Glorious Rain Church of God of Prophecy will hold a yard sale
Saturday, March 17, at 9 a.m. The community is invited to "come by and
see what bargains you can find!" The sale will be held at 110 Maurice
Linton Rd.

Church or a favorite charity.
Canale Funeral Directors are in
charge of arrangements.
Eutha Louisiana Ezell
Eutha Louisiana Ezell, 90, died
March 8, 2007, at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital in Perry.
A former resident of Perry, Mrs.
Ezell had lived in Mayo for the
past 40 years. She was a member
of Riverside Baptist Church in
She was predeceased by her
husband, Joe Ezell, a son, William
James Hunter, and a daughter,

Cards of Thanks

The family of Milie Austin
wishes to thank everyone for their
kindness and thoughtfulness
during the recent illness and
passing of our beloved mother,
grandmother, great grandmother
and great great grandmother.
Your thoughtfulness will always
be remembered. Thank you so
much for your prayers, flowers,
cards, phone calls and the
delicious food.
A special thank you to Marshall
Health for being so good and
attentive to her and making her last
days comfortable.
The workers at Marshall who
took time just to stop at her room
and come in and sit with us and
;give us strength will always be
Thanks to Big Bend Hospice for
being thqre May God richly
bless each of you.
Archie and Lucy Austin and

You may have touched our
hands or had a wonderful word
that touched our hearts or sent food
or flowers or beautiful cards, but
most of all were your prayers and
presence at the loss of our mother,
grandmother, great grandmother,
great great grandmother and aunt,
but all 82 descendants of Elsie B.
Padgett wish to thank you for
every kind thing you did. Words
cannot express how much it meant
to all of us.
Joan Hathcock and Family,
Geraldine and Carl Leggett and
Family, Claudine and Joel Yon

and Family, Tommie Jean and
Mike Corbin and Family, Phil and
Marica Bratcher and Family,
Bernie Alford and Family and
Christopher Stohers and Family

We would like to express our
greatest appreciation and love to
each and every one who called,
sent cards, flowers or just extended
a hand of love in our time of need
during the loss of our mother,
Thyrza W. Bolton.
Our loss was great, but God
called her home and her memory
and spirit will live on in each one
of us whose lives she touched in so
many different ways.
Thank you all so very much for
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Survivors include a step-
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numerous grandchildren, great.
grandchildren and great, great
Funeral services were held
Sunday, March 11, at 2 p.m. at
Riverside Baptist Church in Mayo
with Glenn H. Luttrell and Bobby
McCray officiating. Interment
followed. at Pleasant Grove
Cemetery in Mayo.
Family members received
friends Saturday from 6-8 p.m. at
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home, which
was is in charge of the
Thyrza Wilcox Bolton
Thyrza Wilcox Bolton, 79, died
Feb. 20, 2007, at her residence in
She was born in Miami on Sept.
14,, 1927, to Herbert and Reva
Wilcox. She graduated frbm
Miami High School, and then from
Florida State University with a
Master's degree in psychology. She
moved to Perry in 1948, and was
part owner and operator of the

Skylark Restaurant, while working Proctor of Ft. Pierce; six sisters;
for 20 years with the. Taylor, and three brothers.
County School District as -
psychologist. Mrs. Bolton was a Winn Wilcox
member of the Eastern Star, United Winn Wilcox, 79, of Greenwich,
Daughters of the Confederacy and N.Y., died March 2, 2007.
the Daughters of the American -Born May 11,1927, in Wyoming,
Revolution. Ms. Wilcox was predeceased by
She was preceded in death, by a her parents, a husband, a son and a
daughter, Patricia Lynn Bolton. .daughter. .
Survivors include: two sons, Survivors include: three
Wayne Bolton of Jefferson,Texas,
,and Bruce Bolton of Bartow; one l *I h
daughter, Janeen Bolton Brown of
Perry; five grandchildren, G.: '" Fell
Sheppard, Darbi Bolton, Garth
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Bolton; and three great Worship 11:00 a.
grandchildren, Garrett Sheppard, ..urse and Chlu
Kyler Sheppard and Chase Bolton. 0 fA~IIt the intersection c
A memorial service was held i-Mrk McElfresh
Feb. 25, 2007, at 2 p.m. in Joe P .. w MCE4fresh
Burns Funeral Home which was in
charge of the arrangements.t United

Michele Vernese
Michele Vernese, a registered
nurse, 35, died recently after a long,
battle with cancer.
. Survivors include: her father,.
Mike Vernese of Perry, and mother,
Carol McCullough of Sacramento,
Calif.; her husband, Michael

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Mr. Cannon is survived by: his
wife, Kathryn (Kitty); his
daughter, Katherine (Jeff) Warren
of Memphis; two sons, Robert
Howard Cameron of Memphis and
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Zealand; and three grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at
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A-8 Perry News-Herald March 16-17, 2007

DCA 'heavy handed'?

Continued from page 1
Gauthier cited a 1996 case in
which Franklin County adopted a
future land use map amendment
totaling 9.6 acres as a small scale
amendment for a wastewater
disposal system for a resort
development. The disposal system
totaled, 14.6 acres, however, and
the administrative law judge and
the commission "concluded that
the 'use' that was the subject of the
amendment was the 14.6 acre
system and accordingly, 'the
amendment cannot qualify as a
small scale development
amendment'," he said.
"The process established in this
law ensures that all amendments
save those relating to actual small-
scale development activities, are
subject to full state review and full
public participation. Given the
irreplaceable environmental
resources in the areas of the
Magnolia Bay proposal, it is of the
utmost importance to have the
appropriate state and regional
oversight and public input into any
comprehensive amendments," he
"Reliance on the small-scale
amendment process would not
only be contrary to the legal'
process and public participation
requirements, it would also
represent a failure to properly
consider planning issues
associated with the resort.
"If the county chooses to pursue
small scale amendments for.
Magnolia Bay, the department will .
take appropriate legal action to
prevent the violation or
circumvention of state law. While I
hope such actions prove
unnecessary, I want to let the
county know this issue is of great
state interest."
Magnolia Bay Developer Chuck
Olson responded last week to the
letter, stating "I respectfully
disagree with the position
expressed in your letter that the
county had endorsed a process for
the adoption of comprehensive
plan amendments... that is not.
consistent with applicable
He also said he was consulting
the project's attorney and would
respond upon completion of their
Commissioners discussed the
letter Monday afternoon during an
emergency meeting they called to.
talk about the state legislature's
proposed property tax reforms.
A motion to declare the DCA
issue an "emergency" was passed
so the board could take:
With a motion from.
Commissioner Pat Patterson and a .
second from Commissioner Clay
Bethea; the board' voted 4-0 to send
a drafted letter in response.
Commissioner Mark Wiggins was

not present at the meeting.
In the county's response, dated
March 13 and signed by Page, the
commission thanked DCA for
"pointing out [its] concerns
regarding the possible
comprehensive plan amendments
... and more specifically the
development agreement regarding
cobbling several 'small scale'
amendments together.
"Taylor County was unaware of
the 1996 ruling regarding Franklin
County that small scale
amendments can't be cobbled
together," Page said in the letter.
He states that the county is
moving forward to address the
issue with the development
agreement.,, The letter, however,

'The tone of your
letter is one of
irreverence and
heavy handedness.'

objects' to how the issued was
addressed by Gauthier.
"While we sincerely appreciate
your pointing out this point of law,
the board is less than happy with
the tone of your letter," Page said.
He points out that the clause
quoted by Gauthier from the
development agreement states the
county agrees to work with the
developers "according' to
applicable law."'
"Our intent, as I'm sure is yours,
is to be consistent with the
applicable law," he said.
"Mr. Gauthjer. you could have
written the same letter and pointed
out the case law and asked our staff
and the board to take a look at the
development agreement in light of
the case law, or you could have had
your staff call our staff to address
this issue.. This approach would
have been more consistent with the
department's fission statement,
' assist Florida communities in'
meeting the challenges of growth,
reducing the effects of disasters
and in\ estig in community
revitalization.' We thought
'communities' implied all local
governments as well as
"We also find your letter
inconsistent with two of the
department's core values: 'to freely
share ideas, resources ,and talents
throughout the 'state' and 'to treat
everyone fairly and with courtesy,
respect and kindness.'
"The tone of-your letter is one of
irreverence and heavy handedness.'
"Like the Department of
Community Affairs, we are
expected to work with people that
have various interests and
positions; whether they are
'-property, .owners or interested

parties, as long as their requests are
within the confines of the law and
our responsibilities as defined by
statute. We assure you that, like the
department, we are not tied to any
special interest other than trying to
do what is best for the residents of
our community," the letter states.
"While we might not always
agree, we do want to work with the
department and ask that you work
with us to find solutions rather
than jumping to conclusions and
making allegations. We look
forward to working with you and
your staff."
Copies of the letter were also
sent to Gov. Charlie Christ, DCA
Secretary Thomas G. Pellham,
Rep. Will S. Kendrick, Senator
Nancy Argenziano, North Florida
Regional Planning Council
Executive Director Scott Koons
and Suwannee River Water
Management District Executive
Director Jerry Scarborough.
This latest issue is not the only
run-in county government has had
with DCA recently. The
commission is currently pursuing
an administrative hearing
concerning an ongoing
disagreement with the state agency
over development densities along
the county's coastline.
In early 2006, DCA declared
part of the county's comprehensive
plan "not in compliance."
At issue is the allowable
building densities in land zoned
mixed-use urban development in
areas designated "coastal high
hazard area" (CHHA) if water and
sewer service are available.
The county says it's 20 units per
acre; DCA says it's four.
In the comprehensive plan,
which was adopted in 1990, it
states in the section concerning the
CHHA the maximum density if
water service is available is four
units per acre.
It does not mention what the
density would be if both water and
sewer service are available.
According to DCA's position,
that means the density is four.
But the county contends that the
issue is addressed in -the section
concerning the mixed-use urban
category; which does state the
density is 20 units per acre when
water and sewer is available.
According to County Attorney
Conrad Bishop, DCA never raised
the issue until the commission,
from a recommendation from the
North Central Florida Regional
Planning Council, amended the
comp plan in 2005 to add in extra
language in the CHHA section
clarifying the county's position.
In December, the commission
voted unanimously to pursue the
20 units per acre via an
administrative hearing rather -than
negotiate a compromise position.
Currently, the hearing is
scheduled for April 17.

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This semi-truck was one of two vehicle involved in an early morning crash Wednesday on
Highway 98. (See related story page A-1) The driver escaped serious injury and was treated
and released at Doctors' Memorial Hospital.

Legislators: 'Raise taxes'

Continued from page 1

$511.:ll1:1. \which would cost the ,"
count coffers $692.000 annually.
If all of Crist's proposals "\ere
enacted, that could "rise to $1.2.
million. '
A plan put forth ,by House,
Speaker Marco Rubio would
eliminate property taxes on
homesteaded properties and&
replace it with.a ne\ 2.5 percent
sales tax.
While commissioners were
hesitant to make any cuts or put a-
total freeze on building or hiring as
the Leon County:-Commission
recently enacted, they stated their
need to prepare for upcoming cuts.
While County Administrator
.Jack Brown said they would move: ,
forward on a request for proposals
for the second phase of the Taylor
County Sports : Complex.
commissioners agreed that the
project has to be considered 'a big.'
target" if cuts are needed.
Currently the commission has
almost $2 million budgeted to
complete the project.; ..
The Steinhatchee boat tamp
project could also be at risk for
cuts. Although the ramp is still in
the development stage, the county
has some $300,000 set aside for
the project.
Cuts in personnel, including the
sheriffs office and fire/rescue

might also have to be considered
depending on the amount of lost
funding, commissioners said.
Commissioner Rudolph Parker
was appointed by the board to be a
liaison With the Small Counties

, Coalition for the issue.
"The most disturbing factor is
when you talk to those legislators
(about cuts in services), they tell
'you, you can raise taxes," Brown

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Florida State University Saturday,
March 10, for the Florida
Bandmasters Association Concert
Band Festival and received an
overall rating of "excellent."
"This was one of the band's best
performances," Band Director
Brett Wilson said.
"All students involved worked
very hard and the adjudicators, as
well as other band directors
present for the concert, had great
things to say about the band
program. Several remarked that it
was the best performance they
have heard from the TCHS band in
several years. The performance
was truly wonderful and the
students represented their school
and community with pride and
brought true meaning to 'The Pride
of Taylor'," he said.

Team roping

this Saturday
A youth charity team roping and
silent auction will be held
Saturday, March 17, at the Taylor
County Horseman's Association
Arena, with sign-up starting at
9 a.m.
Roping will begin at 10 a.m.; the
silent auction will be open from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m.
The event is sponsored by John
Welborn Ministries, Inc.

Kiwanians donate dictionaries
The Perry Kiwanis Club joined other Kiwanians from all
over North Florida this week in donating 3,500 dictionaries
to third graders. The program is part of a Kiwanis
International project that will eventually see some 2 million
dictionaries distributed. Shown above are Perry Kiwanis
Club President Leo Gayle (left) and Perry Elementary
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B-1 Perry News-Herald March 16-17, 2007

At Perry Primary

SCantrell, Hudson honored

Kay Cantrell has been named
Perry Primary School's "Teacher of
the Year" and Connie Hudson was
honored as the school's "Non-
Instructional Employee of the
"Mrs. Cantrell is a second grade
teacher who shows a love for
teaching each and every day by

A toilet fairy?
There is a rumor around town that
someone in bright purple tights is
skulking through the streets of Perry
at night, leaving a hideous hot pink
and purple toilet in the yards of
unsuspecting' residents and
Even more strange is the rumor
that this strong young man is a
member of the The First
Presbyterian Church -- and they're
usually SO reserved! Their Relay
for Life Team, however, is 'hard at
work collecting money for the
American Cancer Society. They are
charging $25 for toilet insurance (to
insure the "yard art" does NOT
appear at your house or business),
$25 for toilet removal from your yard,
and $15 for the opportunity to send
the toilet to "a friend."

continuously finding ways to
motivate her students to want to
learn. Teacher of the Year
applicants have to go through an
extensive application and
interview process. We are so very
proud of Kay for receiving this
prestigious nomination," said
Principal George Clayton.
"Ms. Hudson is a very special
lady to the entire staff at Perry

Primary. She spends countless
hours making sure that the
curriculum is copied and in the
hands of our teachers each and
every day. Connie is always
willing to go above and beyond her
regular assigned duties to assist in
the front office. Congratulations to
Connie for her nomination as
Employee of the Year," Assistant
Principal Pam Padgett said.

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nt history can't be fun? It sure wasn't A subplot back home at Sparta gives viewers a
Frank Miller. And it wasn't director breather at times without slowing the film too much. It
ose big-screen adaptation of Miller's also allows a female character to the front and leads to a
)0," about the Battle of Thermopylae, moment that drew cheers from the ladies in the
x office last weekend. audience.
violence and men declaring their honor, The movie, however, serves more than just a great
rom the first frame and doesn't let go action film and a highly engaging, if somewhat
w has fallen, inaccurate, retelling of one of the greatest last stands in
tle of Thermopylae occurred in 480 history. It also shows a possible glimpse into the future
ted group of Greek city-states, led by of filmmaking. Like the last adaptation of a Miller
id his 300 Spartans, met an advance graphic novel, "Sin City," this film was shot almost
g Persian Empire numbering in the entirely in front of blue (or green) screens. The sets,
sands. The Greeks chose this location landscapes and backgrounds were all added later with
the land only allowed a small number the benefits of computers. In fact, filming for "300" was
he, enabling them to hold off the vastly completed in 60 days. The actors spent almost that long
rs for in fitness training
ave the '- before filming began in
time to order to have good
ivading amd enough physiques to
ally led .., hot off their chests at a for the % hole movie.
mjs and : In contrast, post-
production took a year
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Greek Montreal, Quebec,
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faithful soldiers, rampaging
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end of the "Lord of the Rings".
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s taken Snyder is able to use
r at a the surrealist quality
Spartan that the effects give his
nto the wilderness to survive. Survive film to create a stylized portrayal of battle and honor. It
nd him later married, with a son, and almost elevates itself to- a parable, complete with the
his people. competing ideas of freedom versus slavery, honor versus
)m the mighty Persian army arrives to dishonor, glorious death versus traitorous betrayal.
of earth and water to symbolize Although the easiest part of a film such as this to fail
on. After hearing that the Athenians is the acting, the cast for the most part showed they were
ns' disdain -as a bunch of philosophers up to the task. You have a bunch of bare-chested men
I away the emissaries sent to them, march about spouting off lines that are seemingly made
Spartan thing. He kicks the emissary for trailers. Watching the film, however, it all worked.
perfectly suited for such a use. The actors performed admirably, especially considering
g an oracle and gathering his men, they spent the whole time in front of blue screens. The
o face the gathering hordes and the dialogue fit the movie and even the now famous "This is
'he battle sequences in "300" are Sparta!" line comes cross smoothly.
gh greatly outnumbered, the Spartans The only'exceptionI 'would give would be the Persian
fighters and soon they are slicing and King Xerxes. With a seemingly computer-enhanced
through the Persians, with much deep .voice, the king comes off less a conquering warlord
ed blood flying with each swing. .In and more a fifth-century B.C. version of Prince.
on falls into slow motion as we watch What Snyder accomplished here would not work for
her and son, slay 20 or so Persians every movie, but everything came together to create a
in the background. great film and an enjoyable two hours as long as you like
re is a strange mix of vocal chants and your' violcncc graphic and your death count high.
instruments that serve to enhance th'e "'300". is: rated 'R- for graphic battle sequences
ight moments. throughout, some sexuality and nudity.

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Saturday, March 17
Tallahassee Symphony Orchestr
"Barber, Beethoven and Brahms
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU

Sunday, March 25
Big Bend Community Orchestra
"All Things Great and Small"
with John Ossi, trumpet
Godby High School Auditorium
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March 22-24, 28-31
FSU School of Theatre
"New Horizons:
Original Works Festival"
Featuring plays written by student
in FSU's Master of Fine Arts
Professional Writing program,
FSU Lab Theatre
Contact us at 850-584 5513 o







Tuesday, March 27
Tallahassee Broadway Series
"I Can't Stop Loving You"
Featuring the legendary
music of Ray Charles
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center

Tallahassee Broadway Series
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
V'opular Music
Tuesday, apri[3
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center

Friday, April13
"Coming up to Breathe Tour"
featuring MercyMe,
Audio Adrenaline and Aaron Shust
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center

Friday, Marchi 30
Rickey Smiles and Friends
Comedy Show
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center

Marcfi 15-17
2007 Spirit of Bluegrass
Music Fest
Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park

March 22-25
Suwannee Springfest 2007
Lineup includes Jorma Kaukonen
Donna the Buffalo, The Avett Brothers
Ollabelle and The Duhks
Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park

Paralounge Drum Gathering
Promoting multicultural interaction
with rhythmic expression.
Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park

"I Can't Stop Loving You: The Music of Ray Charles" will make its Tallahassee premiere at. .
the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center on March 27 at 7:30 p.m.

'I Can't Stop Loving You'will

celebrate Ray Charles' music

Direct' from London's West End lifetime.
and- a sold-out European Tour, "I Throrghout his career, Charles
Can't Stop Loving You: The Music was featured on more than 250
of 'Ray Charles" will make its albums, appeared in film and on
Tallahassee premiere at the television,, and was one of the
Tallalassee-Jpon Cotunti Ci\ic origin rinal inductees into the Rock
Center,.ror one nighn ,-nlh on. jnd Tr,:i'nlnl ,',mla ls.o
March 27 at 7:30 p.m. received the Presidential Medal for.
"I Can't Stop Loving You: The the Arts, France's Legion of Honor
Music of Ray Charles" is directed
and choreographed by Gary Lloyd,
creator of the successful
production in the United Kingdom.
Tickets are on sale now.
Featuring a live on-stage
orchestra, stunning dancers and six
amazing singers, "I Can't Stop
Loving You: The Music of Ray
Charles" takes audiences on a
musical review of Charles' life and
rpusic. This non-stop celebration
embraces the diversity of his
musical genres. From rhythm and
blues to gospel and country, from
soul to rock and roll, from jazz to The musical will feature of m
big band, Charles' music has
influenced generations of artists and the Kennedy Center Honors.
and styles throughout his 50-year In 2004, Ray Charles' life story
career. was chronicled in the award-
"I Can't Stop Loving You: The winning film "Ray" starring Jamie
Music of Ray Charles" delivers hit Foxx. The biography of his life,
after hit of the music that Ray "Brother Ray," has become an
Charles made famous including international best seller. Charles'
"Georgia On My Mind," "Hit The best selling album to date, "Genius
Road Jack," "You Don't Know' Loves Company," was released in
Me," "Shake A Tail Feather," 2005, one year after his death.
"What'd I Say," "Bye Bye Love" Gary Lloyd (director and
and many more timeless classics, choreographer) has worked with
Known as "Brother Ray" or many established artists including
simply "The Genius," Charles was Dame Shirley Bassey, Pink, G4,
one of the greatest musical legends Robbie Williams and Kelly
of the 20th century. Clarkson. TV: "I Dream" (BBC)
Born in 1930 in Albany, Ga., and and Simon Cowell's "X-Factor."
blind by the age of seven, Charles He has directed and choreographed
started his recording career in the arena tours including "American
late 1940s. He soon began his Idols Live" US Tours Seasons 1-3
mixture and experimentation and "Pop Idol" UK Tour 2004.
within musical genres winning him Other credits include "Oh! What
17 Grammy Awards over his A Night," "Zorro the Musical,"

"Jesus Christ Superstar" .
(Scandinavian tour), the original
U.S. and U..K. productions of ?I
Can't Stop Loving You: The Mui&'
of Ray 'Charles." "Sptrit
Christmas" (Kodak Theatre);

Tour) and "My Fair Lady"
(Larnaca International Festival).

any of Ray Charles' biggest hits"
Lloyd's most recent project is
directing and choreographing. a
musical revue based on the life and
works of Barry Manilow.
Tickets for "I Can't Stop Loving
You: The Music of Ray Charles"
are currently available by calling
850-222-0400 or 800-322-3602,.
visiting the Civic Center 'box 1
office, or by logging on to
Ticket prices range from $48.25 T
to $32.25. Groups of 20 or more
please call 222-0400. 1
For more information, visit the
official "I Can't Stop Loving You:'
The* Music of Ray Charles"
website at
or the Civic Center website at
The production is not endorsed,
sponsored or affiliated with the
Ray Charles estate.

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B-4 Perry News-Herald March 16-17, 2007

Every Saturday 6:30 p.m. 1693 SW
Mosley Hall Rd. .(CR360) Madison,
Florida 850-973-2959. Mastercard, Visa &
Debit cards. Food, fun & give-a-ways.
Heated/AC-comfy seats. From Perry:
Take RT 221 North to CR 360 (SW Mosley
Hall Rd) Turn right, go about 8 miles on the
rilht. AU691-Col.Ron CoxAB2490 .

Side Walk Sale 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., every
Saturday in front of Gifts of Grace, 106 E.
Main St., 584-7770.

1800 watt Rockford Fasgate amp. Only 4
months old. Must sell $150 O.B.O.
(included some ground wire & power wire)
Call 672-2061
Queen sized oak color cannon ball post
bed and mattress set $200 O.B.O./ Bow
Flex Extreme, 4 months old, never used
$1200 O.B.O. Contact Tina 584-3758 or
SOLID WOOD Cherry sleigh bed BRAND
1 NEW in box, $250. (850)545-7112.
Electric dryer, large capacity $25. Works
well. 584-4953

Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours:, Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We us Collectibles
Yard Salee1s
Set-up Perry Fl-aMarke Tools ..
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture

4 Family Yard Sale Sat. 8 a.m. 308 Pucket
Rd. All kinds of stuff.
3/16 -

Yard SaI6 1019 N. Center Street, Friday &
Yard Sale, Fri & Sat 4289 US 98 W inside
warehouse Sadler Drum., China cabinet,.
chest of drawers, dresser, 20001b electric
winch, 20 tom air/manual bottle jack, end
tables, night stands,, lots of movies.
Yard Sale Sat 8 a.m. Until 3060 Folley
Cut off Rd. Several area rugs, small &
large. 20' t.v., large cedar chest, turn table
with radio and speakers, many household
items. 584-7783
Sat Yard Sale 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at 3077
Eustis Gunter Rd.

*Multi-family yard sale, Saturday 7 a;m. to
S11:30 a.m. 603 N Washington St, Clothes,
Toys & Many extra'sI
3/16 '

Multi-family yard sale, Saturday March 17.
8 a.m.-atil. Some ol everything, 112
Woodgate Drive.
3/16 -

Yard Sale Saturday. 912 SJ. Tom Moore'
Ave.. (off Hwy 27 behind New Home'
Baptist Church) 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Yard sale Saturday March 17, from 8 a.m.
to 3 p.m.1211 S. Robin St.

Big yard sale Saturday & Sunday; 1 11/2
miles S of Keaton Beach Rd on 19., Chest.'
freezer, tools, bicycles etc.
3/16 .

"$150 Queen Pillow-Top Mattress Set. New
in plastic with warranty. 850-222-7783

lifetime warranty, sacrifice $795. (can
deliver) (850)425-8374.
chairs $149. NEW IN BOX (850) 222-
BEDROOM: New complete 6 piece set
still boxed, $599, can deliver (850)222-

For Sale 12x60 mobile home $1,500,
couch color blue $50, stove electric $50,
litton microwave $50, twin bed $75,
-refrigerator (used 6 months) $250. Call
5844008 after 5pm or leave message.
Colman generalor; 5500 watts for
$500/Good condition Call 584-8275
SMotor iHbme- 29 ft. Generator, Shower with
ltub, Built in vaccum cleaner etc. 850-838-
"1907 $5,500 O.B.O.,
Golf Cart- Electric with charger, rain cover.
850-838-1907 $750 O.B.O.

2003 Polaris Trail Boss 330 4-wheeler.
Runs good. $1,600., Call 584-3539 after
,6pm, 3/7tf



3 Family Garage Sale -rail or shire-,,-. 1990 GEO Prism 4 dr. Sedan Automatic,
"Saturday, March 17 from 8 a.m. to,3 p.m., 135k miles, needs transmission. $500
103 Crest Drive (off plantation and O.B.O: Call after 4 p.m. 584-7032.
Glenridge) ... 2/21-3/16
Big 3 Family Yard Sale Saturday, March 1994 F150, V8 2 wd, tool box included,
17 from 8 am. to 12 p.m. Sofa, chair w/ and parts $1500 firm. John 584-
ottoman, entertainment center, coffee 3553or 838-6934.
table, t.v., bar stools, clothes (sizes 3/2-3/23
newbornm to adults). All kinds of great.stuff.
Something for everyonell The Church of ..- 1995 GMC C1500 4x4, bright red, fully
God -900 WAsh Street. 850-584-6195 1: loaded wat cloth bucket seats, step side,
3/16 ..'' grill guard, diamond plate tool box with rail
_-__ '.caps. Kelly Blue book value $4300.
S'Asking $4000 or best offer. Call 223-3393
leave message.
1995 Eagle Summit $800, 1990 Buick
The man that bought the m9tor-for the Park Avenue Estate Wagon $600.
green '73 Chevy, please call 584-5543. -I Contacteither Robin or Edward at 223-
was sick and couldn't meet you at.the 3987.
Court House & I am really sorry. 3/14-3/16
3/9ffn 1984 Jeep Cherokee 4cyl. 4-wheel drive,
Red. Make best offer. 843-2964
Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks, 3/14-3/16
tractors, etc. $100 minimum paid'to youl
Wanted Isuzu and Toyota trucks for 1994 High Top customized Chevy Van,
export,.386-688-3999. $2,500. Call (850)584-4602.
3/16tfnSS 2/. 21tfSCCB

1998 Dodge Dakota Club Cab 4x4 SLT.
Great condition! 3.9L, V6, 5-spd manual;
87k miles, $7,900. (850)843-2417 Leave
S3/16-3/21 BG

1994 Ranger King Cab $1800 584-3441
2006 Toyota Tacoma 4x2, 11 months old,
showroom condition. Automatic, A/C, CD
player, factory bedliner. Blue Book value
$15,565, Will sell for $14,700. Phone


METAL 3' Wide
ROOFING Galvalume

Full line of 3 Wide ,
accessories in stock Painted
Special Flashings Made, All Types Warranted Metal Available
C Cut to-your desired lengths Delivery Service Available
Call-Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-418-0778 Horseshoe Beach, Fl.

Southern Villas oftPerry

Looking For Applicants!
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 BR HC
and non-HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8:00 to 5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call
850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett
Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal Housing
8/9tfSV ..
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

2 & 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments now available. Rental
assistance may be available to qualified
applicants. HUD vouchers considered.
Equal Housing Opportunity. Office hours
are 8:00-5:00 Mon-Thurs, Call 850-584-
5668. 709 W. Church St., Perry, FL 3348
TDD 711

Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from $139 weekly or
$37 daily plus tax. 317 N. Byron Butler
Pkwy. 850-584-7033.

Westgate Hotel Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable, AC/
Heater. Everything included, $140 weekly
or $37 daily plus tax. (RV sites also
available) 1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-

For rent: large one bedroom, 1 bath
apartment $450.00 a month, first and last
mo. required, no children, no pets. call

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

Commercial Building For Lease -
Downtown 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.

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.

STRETCH OUT on the 5 acres
at this 3 BR/1 Bath Concrete
Block Ranch Home in Perry.
Offers a Spacious Family
Room, Living Room with
Fireplace, and Huge Screened
in Back Porch to enjoy those
Spring evenings. 300 Year Old
Oak Trees; much more!


Call Debby Howard
Sun & Stars Realty, LLC
to schedule a showing today!

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.

Nurses & CNA

Good benefits.
Please send resume
to P.O. Box 719,
Perry, Fl 32348.

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,

Curves is looking for a fun, energetic
woman who is available between 7 a.m. to
1 p.m. (and some Saturdays) to fill the
position of Fitness Technician. We are
accepting applications now, Apply in
person or call (850)584-5327.

Jim Von Stein Toll Free: (866) 496-3442


P.O. Box 1009 (352) 498-0041
Steinhatchee, FL 32359 cell: (352) 356-1001


Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars
Pocket Watches Diamonds
S.-v Postcards Sports Memqrabilia
Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys

Call MkS Tel l (50. )5184-602i1 *s *S* *So a -

DRIVERS: Home every weekend! .41
Loaded/.37 Empty .01 Loaded Tarp Pay,
Heath, Life, Dental, 401K. Monthly
Bonuses. CDL-A; 1 yr. Exp. Grayson
Mitchell 800-247-6321

Convenience store manager needed.
Please apply at Ware Oil & Supply
located 2715 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. This
is a drug free work place.

Espresso Yourself Cafe is looking for
reliable kitchen help. Applications
available after 2 201 N. Jefferson
St. Perry, Fl.
3/16-3/21 EspY

Sales/Warehouse person needed. Must
be able to handle all duties required by
jobs. Must be over 21 with good driving
* record. No phone calls, must apply in
person. Badcock and More.

Come one... I
come all!


Monday 7:00p.m.
Public Welcome
305 Puckett Road



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
negotiable. Call (850)223-2486.

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.
$157;000. Call 850-578-3094 for apt,

Home for sale. You move. Approx. 1800
sq. ft. 3/2. Currently located in Jefferson
County. Hwy. 19, South of 1-10. Sale
price $25,000. (850)544-2458

Best waterfront deal on' the coast Key
location on protected canal, seconds to
gulf, Horseshoe Beach, 2 bedroom, 2 bath
vacation home, new carpets, central
AC/heat, new paint, large screened porch,
vinyl siding, ground level, surveyed,
priced below appraisal, motivated seller-"
relocating. $205K, brokers welcome. 352-
543-9334 or 352-221-334f.

North of Perry, large D.W. excellent
condition. 3 bedrooms/2 bath. Hardwood
flooring and carpeting. Solid oak kitchen
cabinets. 2 car garage plus boat garage.
1.3 acres. $90,000 O.B.O. Call for
appointment (906)630-1245 (cell phone)

For Sale: 2 lots on Orange St. 100 x 50,
Call 850-874-2418.

Land for sale, 221 North Between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. i-acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466. .
tfEF .

North of Perry, large D.W. excellent
condition. 3 bedrooms/2 bath. Hardwood
flooring and carpeting. Solid oak kitchen
cabinets. 2 car garage plus boat garage.
1.3 acres. $90,000 OB.O. Call for
appointment (906)630-1245 (cell phone)



Are you 55+ and having

difficulty finding a job?

If you qualify, Experience Works
will pay your training costs
pay your wages while you learn to be a
Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)

For more information call
Lana @ 850-922-0023 ext 242
A national nonprofit organization. EEO/AA
"This U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Grant Award, #SBAHQ-02-I-
0034 is funded by the SBA. SBA'sfunding is not an endorsement of any
products, opinions, or services. All SBA funded programs are extended to the
public on a non discriminatory basis."

Buckeye Florida

Employment Opportunities
Buckeye Florida, LP is a leading producer of specialty cellulose and absorbent
products located in Perry, Florida. Buckeye Technologies, Inc. (NYSE symbol,
BKI) is our parent company with manufacturing facilities located in the United
States, Canada, Germany and Brazil.
Buckeye has job openings in the following areas:
Position: Process Engineer
Job Overview: Buckeye is searching for a candidate to provide technical
support for developmental work that relates to changes or enhancements to
finished product attributes; cost'optirizatjQn effort ;andl produce quality a ,it-I
uniformity improvements. Individuals are typically assigned to support a major
operating area or a major product grade category. We are looking for
candidates that possess:
* Bachelor's Degree in Engineering
* Preference will be given to Mechanical or Chemical Engineers
* 2+ years work experience or co-op experience in a manufacturing environment
* Excellent PC skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office programs
* Strong analytical and problem solving skills
* Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
Position: Information System Analyst
Job Overview: Buckeye is searching for a candidate to provide information
systems support for the manufacturing execution system. This individual will
maintain systems that support the information and data requirements to
produce product, optimize manufacturing operating cost and control product
uniformity and quality. We are looking for candidates that possess:
* Bachelor's Degree in Information Systems or related field
* 5+ years work experience in an Information Systems/Technology or Database
Management Role
* Experience integrating PLCs and controls devices with process information
* Windows Server 2003 experience and certification
* Database management experience
* SQL coding experience (Oracle, SQL Server, or SQLPIus)
* Application development experience C++, VB or, Java, XML
* Manufacturing experience in information systems integration is a plus

Position: Buyer
Job Overview: Buckeye is searching for a candidate to work in our
manufacturing organization in a procurement role. This individual will develop
and manage contracts for both goods and services for the manufacturing
facility. We are looking for candidates that possess:
* 5+ years work experience in Business related field such as purchasing,
customer service, technical sales or logistics
* Bachelor's Degree in Business or a related field
* Manufacturing or supply chain management experience is a plus
* Excellent PC skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office programs
* Strong analytical and problem solving skills
* Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
* Working knowledge of SAP is a plus
* Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment
* Strong negotiating skills
* C.P.M. and/or C.P.I.M. is a plus

As a member of our team you will enjoy a very competitive wage and benefit
package which includes:
* Medical, dental and prescription drug insurance
* Life insurance
* Disability insurance
* Paid holidays and vacation
* 401(k) with match
* Retirement plan with company contribution

Please submit your resume to the Employment Connections located at 1702
South Jefferson Street in Perry, Florida. The Center is open Monday through
Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Resumes must be received by Friday,
March 23, 2007 to be considered.
Buckeye's evaluation of employment applicants includes validated written
tests, interviews, and post-offer physical exam. Pre-employment drug
screening and background check is required.

Buckeye is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please refer to this ad for Buckeye employment opportunities.
The Buckeye ad March 7 contained inaccuracies.

B-5 Perry News-Herald March 16-17, 2007

Experienced HVAC/R service technicians
with. a minimum of 5 yrs experience.
starting wages $14-16/hr. Call 850-584-

Applications being taken for office staff
positions. Must have good computer
skills, be reliable, and have knowledge of
A.R., General Ledger, word processing,
and general office skills. Top
compensation for qualified person. Apply
in person at Ware Oil & Supply Co., Inc.,
2715 S. Byron Butler Pkwy, Perry FL.
Ware Oil is a drug free work place. 3/9-

Taylor. County Health Department
Currently Seeking: Registered Nurse
Position #64080226
Closing date: 3/15/07
Annual SalaryRange: $36 000 to $40,000 i
,-r8y i,.r t5p1m Monday arid Friday
quesjaig Florida RN'. Ircerie
I lst y .apr ,f clinical e'perie-nce This
p t lion will ork in all areas of- Health
_p.rotm1t suchh as -Primary Care
C bser t'eics, mmunizalions
Communicable Disease, Womans Health
and case management. Applicants May
apply on-line at or
contact Joanie Cruce, Nursing Director at
(850) 584-5087 ext. 125

RN Supervisor Part-time for weekends
LPN PRN All shifts
CNA's- Part-time for all shifts
Dietary Aide Part-time for AM and PM
Cook PRN- Both shifts
We are small, but are a wonderful
company with caring individuals who have
a desire to improve the lives of our
Residents and Staff. Call 850-973-4880 -
For RN Supervisor, LPN & CNA positions
ask for Peggy Powers, D.O.N., For Dietary
Aide and Cook ask for Theresa Patterson,
Dietary Manager Madison Nursing

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
Mathematics Instructor: Applicants must
have a Master's degree in Mathematics
from an accredited institution, or a Master's
In a related field with a minimum of
eighteen graduate hours in mathematics.
Experience teaching Calculus preferred.
Ability to teach a wide range of math
courses along with Community College
teaching experience desired. Duties
include teaching 15 hours per semester
through the sophomore-level. Candidates
chosen for interviews will be required to
give a sample presentation utilizing
instruction&kP- technology/graphing-
calculator. In addition to teaching, duties
include: established office hours; serving
on College committees; participating in
Department and College activities.
Send application to: Director HR, North
Florida Community College, 325 NW
Turner Davis Drive, Madison, Florida
32340. Only complete application
packets will be considered. Complete
application packet requires letter; resume
and application; copy of transcripts
(unofficial okay.) Application and Resume
must be received by March 28,2007.EOE

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, Hwy. 19 North, Perry, FL
Phone: 850-584-7786.


Library Tech (Full-time) $8.04
Day Camp Counsler (Temporary.
Locations: Perry & Steinhatchee) $6.68/hr
Entire job descriptions and requirements
can be viewed at or Taylor
Employment Connections, 1702 S.
Jefferson St. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County is an EOE/VP/Drug
.Testing/ Background Check Employer.

Avon Reps Neededl How would you like to
.'be 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.
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Home Town Appliance Store
We remove old appliances
InShop, In Home, household appliance.
N.ew & Used Parts
Refurbished Appliances
1302 N. Jefferson St.

Home Cleaning & Lawn Care Services.
Will clean your home or office, vacuum,
dust, seep & mop, bathrooms & etc. Will
cut lawns, shrubs, vacuum leaves, plant
your plants & deliver mulch. Call Brenda
or Terry 850-223-2477

850-838-JUNK (5865)
State.Certified Scales

J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.

A to Z Farm & Lawn Services: Land
clearing, tree trimming/removal, dump
truck services, harrowing, bush hog
mowing, rake work, dirt leveling, and
complete lawn service. Call 584-6737.

DLP Compressors, Inc
3289 Boyd Road
Perry, FL 32347
Office # 584-8466
Fax # 223-2954
"Quality service from people you know"
We specialize in Air Compressor Sales,
Parts and Service. More than 25 years
experience on Rotary Screw Air
Compressors, Reciprocating Air
Compressors, Air Dryers, and
Compressed Air System Components.

Clay Swindle L.L.C. (licensed and
insured)-AIVtypes of remodeling- doors
windows, docks, painting, etc.
Commercial & Residential. Call- 850-223-
1780 or 843-1941, If no answer, please
leave message, Over 20 years of

Chad -Dees Lawn Care
Hi, Taylor County, love to spend time in
the great outdoors with your family? Allow
me to introduce Chad Dees Lawn Care.,
We are open and now ready to take care of.
your yard and gve you more time to spend'
with your family. Please call (850) 584-
8959 hit 1 or email us at and I will return
your call. Chad H. Dees/ Owner.

Free Estimateslll
Call Billy Blue at
838-1307 or 672-0955

The Handyman experts LLC, honest work!
Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured, Specializing in house painting,
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
838-6077, 25 years.

Installation and repairs done at a good
price. No overhead. Direct savings to you.:
30 years experience. 850-838-9050.
Please leave message.


Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned intends to dispose the
personal property described below to
enforce a lien imposed on said
property under The Florida Self Storage
Facility Act Statutes (section 83.801-
The undersigned will dispose of property
on the 23rd day of March 2007, at 10:00
a.m., on the premises where said
property has been stored and which
are located at Lock & Key Mini Storage,
1309 S. Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida,
County of Taylor, State of Florida, The
Jomaal Thomas
Unit A12
Household goods
Disposal is subject to cancellation in the
event of settlement between owner
and obligated party.
Dated this 16th day of March, 2007.

In the Circuit court of the 3rd Judicial
Circuit, in and for Taylor County, Florida
General Jurisdiction Division
Case No: 06-428-CA
CItimorgage, Inc.
Plaintiff vs. Jeana Ray if living, and If
dead, the unknown spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors,
creditors, trustees and all other parties
claiming an Interest by, through, under
or against Jeana Ray; unknown spouse
of Jeana Ray, If any; Taylor County,
Florida; John Doe and Jane Doe as
unknown tenants In possession
Notice of Foreclosure Sale
Notice is hereby given pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated March 5, 2007 entered In Civil
Case No. 06-428-CA of the Circuit Court
of the 3rd Judicial Circuit In and for Taylor
County, Perry, Florida, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at the
west door at the Taylor County
Courthouse located at 108 North
Jefferson Street In Perry, Florida, at 11
a.m. on the 5th of April, 2006 the
following described property as set forth
In said Summary Final Judgment, to-wit:
Lot 2, block "E" of Grove Park
Subdivision, as per plot on said record in.
the office of the Clerk of Circuit Coirt of
Taylor County, Florida. Parcel
identification number: 36-04-07-05799-
Any person claiming an Interest in the
surplus from the sale, If any, other than
the property owner as of the date of
the Is pendens, must file a claim within
60 days after the sale.
Dated this 7 day of March, 2007.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Maltl Lavalle DC
Deputy Clerk

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