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March 23-24, 217

Serv-inr- the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889


For old DMH building

Veterans home plan 'not feasible'


: All 100 complimentary weekend
passes for the upcoming Florida State
Bluegrass Festival have been given
away, reports festival coordinator
Dawn Taylor.
"We announced that the tickets
were available last Friday, March 16,
and by Monday afternoon, March 19,
they had all been spoken for," she
This is the second year that- local
attorney Greg Parker has sponsored
the give-away.
..The bluegrass festival will be held
April 6 and 7 at Forest Capital Park.

Marshall Health and Rehabilitation
Center will hold an Open House
Wednesday, March 28, from 2 until 4
"Come and tour our beautiful facility,
say 'hello' to some of your friends and
meet the staff," encourages
Administrator Rebekah Hatch,
Marshall Health and Rehab is
located at 207 Marshall Dr.

Have questions? Need answers?
Barbara Gary of Doctors' Memorial
Hospital and a representative of
SHINE will be at the Taylor County
Senior Center (old Gladys Morse
school building) on March 29 and 30,
from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., to answer
questions and offer counseling about
. insurance issues.
Angela Bell will represent SHINE
which is devoted to providing
"educational materials and free,
unbiased insurance counseling to
Florida's elders, their caregivers and
family members."
Persons with insurance questions
are encouraged to drop by.

Beginning Monday, March 26, two
bounty solid waste collection sites will
be open until 7 p.m. each evening until
The extended hours will be in effect
for the Carlton Cemetery and Harrison
Blue collection sites.

Neenad M. Shah, M.D. with Capital
Cancer Center will be at the Taylor
County Public Library Tuesday, March
27, to speaking about managing the
side effects of chemotherapy.
: The talk is slated to begin at 5:30
p.m. and a complimentary light dinner
will be served.
To register, contact Jill Tager at 800-

es a 8 w Et?
AMVETS Post 20 will be offering
chances to win a 13 ft. Gheenoe boat
complete with a two h.p. Nissan motor.
Tickets for the boat are available for $3
or two for $5.
The drawing will be held June 30.
For tickets, contact any AMVETS

ONch 31
SThe Taylor County Animal Shelter
will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony
and adopt-a-thon Saturday, March 31,
starting at 10 a.m. For more
information, contact the shelter at 838-
3525. Come meet your perfect (pet)

With news that a proposed plan
to turn the former Doctors'
Memorial Hospital (DMH)
building into a veterans home is
"not feasible," the Taylor County
Commission is once again mulling
over what to do with the decades-
old structure.
County Administrator Jack


pet food


in illness
Two additional dogs were
diagnosed. Wednesday with
illnesses that may be linked to
tainted pet food, which according
to reports has sickened animals
across the country, leading to at
least 10 deaths.
According to veterinarian Miles
Owens, one of the dogs, a six-
month old puppy, was
experiencing serious kidne)
At first he suspected diabetes to
be the cause, but the dog's glucose
levels were normal, he said.
SA sick dog taken to Owens'
office Tuesday morning was the
first animal reported to have a
potential link to the tainted food.
A massive recall was announced
last week -by Menu Foods Income
Fund, which produces cat and dog
fod'bior numerous store and name
brands. The recall includes both
can and pouch products in "cuts
and gravy" style manufactured at
two U.S. facilities.
The food in question was
produced between Dec. 3 and
March 6 and includes certain
flavors among major brands such
as Eukanuba, Science Diet and
Nutro, as well as store bands
including Winn-Dixie, Save-a-Lot
and Wal-Mart.
A full list of the affected brands,
flavors and manufactured dates

",, Please see page 3

Brown told commissioners
Tuesday night that "the state is not
interested in putting a veterans
facility in this area.
"They are looking for new
construction rather than
renovation," he added.
The commission formed a
committee in April 2006 to look

into the possibility of converting
the former hospital into a veterans
nursing home.
At the time, the county was in
the process of preparing to sell the
,building, which has been vacant
since DMH moved to its current
location on Hwy. 19 in 2003.
A study done on the building in

2005, put the projected cost at $3.4
million for a nearly complete
removal of systems: mechanic,
electrical, plumbing and medical
gas, as well as demolition of most
of the interior and remodeling for
new business occupancy. The
inclusion of support buildings
would add an additional $677,000.

Spring break
Area students were enjoying their Spring Break this week under the sun, with many
targeting Hodges Park at Keaton Beach. Between building sand castles and wading the warm
Gulf waters, children of all ages were making the most of their week off. (PhotobyAngelaM.Castelucci)

The high cost of renovating the
structure prompted the
commission to agree to put the
building up for sale, but put those
plans on hold when the county was
approached about the veterans
-* Please see page 3

City seeks

$700,000 in

funding for

new sewer
Sewer extensions may not make
for the most lively of topics, but
for city residents not connected
to a, central system, sewer
availability continues to a long-
standing concern.
Work on new lines to the Pine
Ridge subdivision is expected to
be "installed and complete" this
year, according to City Manager
Bob Brown.
The city also hopes to secure
$700,000 in Community
Development Block Grant
(CDBG) funds for use in
extending sewer lines to residents
along Green Street and in the
Granger neighborhood (located off
Old Dixie Hwy. and Center St.):
"We are applying for the full
amount allowed by the program. If
we are successful, then we could
see preliminary work starting later
in the year," Brown said.
In order to-qualify for the grant,
the area must meet certain income
criteria, he noted.
Next week, the firm that is
coordinating the city's grant
',* Please see page 3

City receives grants topping $5.8 million

The City of Perry has a solid
track record with the Community
Development Block Grant
(CDBG) program, receiving
$5.8 million for local projects

since 1981.
Working hand-in-hand with the
city to secure that money has been
the North Central Florida Regional
Planning Council.
Ldst week, Principal Planner
Martha Orthoefer gave the Perry
City Council a quick overview of
the highly-competitive program
and details of those projects
funded by CDBG dollars since
"The Federal Housing and
Community Development Act was

established in 1974. The Florida
Small Cities Community
Development Block Grant
Program was established in 1983.
The purpose of both of these
programs is to undertake
community development activities
to arrest and reverse community
decline and restore community
vitality," Orthoefer said.
"This would be done primarily
by providing decent housing and a
suitable living environment
principally for low to moderate

income persons.
"Cities with populations under
50,000 are eligible to apply. The
grants are awarded on a
competitive basis and matching
funds are not required. The CDBG
program is administered on the
national level by the U.S.
Department of Housing and Urban
Development and on the state level
by the Florida Department of
Community Affairs," she said.
," Please see page 3

Rate hike for school employees

Taylor County School Board
employees who have Blue
Cross/Blue Shield health insurance
will see a $25 per month hike in
their premiums.
The school board approved the
increase during its meeting held
March 13.
According to Superintendent of
Schools Oscar M. Howard Jr., the
raise was necessary due to
increasing costs of the school's
insurance program.
Currently there are 372 people,
including retirees, utilizing the

program, he said.
"We didn't want to do more
during the term," Howard said.
Usually changes to the program
are made between the school
years rather than in the middle of a
The school board is self-insured,
meaning that premiums paid into
the program are used to pay
claims, he added.
"What are we looking at for next
year?" School Board Member
Danny Lundy asked.
Howard said an additional raise

in premiums or changes in the
deductibles are possible.
"It depends on the rates we can
get from Blue Cross/Blue Shield,"
he said.
School Board Member Mark
Southerland made a motion to
approve the $25 increase; Darrell
Whiddon seconded.
The measure passed
"It's one of those things,"
Howard said. "You hate to have to
have a raise, but in this day and
age, it's a fact of life."

A red, white and blue salute

Betty Duvall has spent the past 10 years ensuring that the
flower arrangements at the eternal flame monument on the
Taylor County Courthouse square are replaced before they
'become "shabby." Duvall, who lost a son in Vietnam, says she
places the flowers to honor all veterans. (Photo by Mark Viola)

Those who pass the eternal
flame monument at the Taylor
County Courthouse will notice a
number of wreaths and flower
arrangements decorating the
What they may not notice is how
they arrive there.
For the past 10 years, Betty

Duvall has been purchasing the
arrangements and placing them
around the eternal flame.
It started when she noticed a pair
of wreaths were .becoming
"shabby," as she called them.
"I called the courthouse," she
Nobody could tell her who was

in charge of replacing them, so she
took charge herself.
"My son was killed in Vietnam. I
put one out for him and one for his
father. I cover all veterans."
According to Duvall, she
replaces the wreaths about four
times a year, whenever they get

New Horizons p. B-2

I Index

Perry News-Herald
Two sections 118th Year, No. 12

Looking Back .
Living .......
Sports .......
Religion . ....

. . . . .A-2
. . .A-7

Community ........ . .B-1
Entertainment .........B-2
TV listings ............ B-3
Classified . . . . . .B-6


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A-2 Perry News-Herald March 23-24, 200,

Keeping watch...

Modern technologies (i.e. cell phone,
radios, etc.) have made fire watchtowers
almost extinct. However, in their heyday, the
towers provided an invaluable service to the
forest industry as lighthouses did to the early
marine industries. (Left) This watchtower
rises above the new growth of trees at Tim-
Buck-Too in Perry. (Above) Taylor County has
long taken the lead in reforestation efforts,
as seen in this 1947 photo courtesy from the
Department of Commerce collection at the
Florida State Archives.

THE PERRY stringer a bass caught by C.D. Morgan.
Bennett and his son, Davis, at-Cow
NEWS-HERALD Creek Grade.

March 16, 1972

Taylor County Democrats gave
Gov. George Wallace of Alabama
2,344 votes for top billing on the
Democratic ticket in November.
ls nersrf oprionen'T wva< Senaior
Hubert H. Humphrey with 251.

Media Verniece McAllister
Mr. and Mrs. John McAllister of
Chiefland announced the birth of
their new, daughter, Media'
Verniece, at Shands Hospital inr
Gainesville. (Mrs. McAllister's
sister was Mrs. Robert McElveen
of Perry.)
Wendy Faye Ward
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Ward
announced the birth of their
daughter, Wendy Faye, on March
11 in Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
She weighed 9 pounds, 2.5 ounces.
Victor LaShawn Simmons
The new arrival at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Simmons
was their son, Victor LaShawn,
born March 6 at Doctors''
Memorial Hospital. He weighed 7
pounds, 6.5 ounces.

Wilson's Bait and Tackle
submitted a photograph of a fine

Five young people from the First
Presbyterian Church were
scheduled to travel to Florida
Presbyterian College for a
V ..C ii- i1. Guid.uic, i' Qgr .i.m.I
Representing' Perry were Brad
Beers, Debbie Wilson, Susan
Lockhart, Sarah Lott and Beverly

The Taylor County High School
Track Team racked up its second
and third wins under the direction
of Coach Glynn Watts.. They
defeated Florida High. and Florida
A & M High. Singled out for
praise were: Andy Tate, Kennie
Smith, Marshall Millican, Lamar
Hathcock, Roger King, Gherry
Rolle, Terry Jackson and Shannon

The 1972 baseball team was
pictured in this edition,
spotlighting Sebring Ratliff, Glenn .
Ratliff, Johln Wigglesworth,
Tommy Joiner, Griff Hendry, Cliff ,
Merrill, John Gardner and Ralph

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Miss Janet Martin was the
honoree for several parties leading

up to her.marriage to Tyson Hicks.
A miscellaneous shower was held
at the First United Methodist
Church, and a coffee at the bone
of Mrs. W.H. Peacock, assisted by
Mrs. Carl Robinson and Mrs. Joe

'SPring is nature's way of saying, "Let's party!
--Robin \\'illiam_

April prepares her green traffic light
and the world thinks Go.
--Christopher Morlev

Everything is blooming most recklessly; if it were voices
instead of colors, there would be an unbelievable
shrieking into the heart of the night.
--Rainer Maria Rilke

It's spring fever. That is what the name of it is. And
when you've got it, you want-ok, you don't quite know
blhat it is Ilyoi da want, but it just.fairly makes your
heart ache,
you want it so!
--N lark Twain

if we had no winter, the spring woir#d not be so
, pleasant; if we did not sometimes taste of adversity,
prosperity would not be so welcome.
--Anne Bradstreet

Si1ng shows what God can do ,.
with a drab and dirty world.
S-Virgil A. Kraft

Perry Newspapers challenges
you...start writing it down!
Share your historical
recollections--and old photos--
with the community.
Visit our offices on South
Jefferson Street or e-mail

With springtime in the air most Taylor County families
turned their attention to putting in a garden when I was a
child. It was a family affair at our house with more than .
enough tasks for everyone's hands to stay busy. Daddy
was gone from sunup till late at night so Mama took on the
job of garden supervisor. There wasn't a thing about i
gardening that Mama didn't know. She was born in the
south Georgia farmlands and had spent her growing up
years learning the trade from her family. I suppose the ,
thing that made her so efficient at farming was her inborn.,
love of the land. She could grow anything and took great'.
joy in the entire process, from the first turning of the soil
to the last crop harvested.
For our large family the garden was not a pastime'
adventure but was actually the difference between lack
and plenty. Now don't misunderstand, we were not
candidates for a soup line since Daddy was a good
provider, but the luxury of store-bought food was
considered just that...a luxury. My mouth still waters as I
recall so clearly the taste of fresh ground hamburger meat,
bologna and a loaf of bread. These items were regarded as
a feast we were only privy to on special occasions. The
hamburger was the equivalent of steak at our house, and'
was served as the main meat dish at mealtime. The
bologna was bought in a large roll and Mamasliced it asqi
needed. The taste of the meat was indescribable layered'
between two slices of soft white bread.
As good as these foods were, they pale in comparison to
the boLnty of vegetables produced in the family garden
each year. But, as most farmers know, the food doesn't
simply jump on the table. There is a long, hardworking
process needed to reap the benefits of a garden.
Our garden sat to the west of our house on Center Street.
Each year about this time Mama hired someone to break
up the ground, which was achieved with a hand plow and
mule. I took great satisfaction in watching the progress .of
the old mule as he slowly lumbered down 'the neatly plowed
rows. I took even greater satisfaction in watching the
confrontation that occurred when the mule balked at the
end of the 2poWIt was a sigh] to behold sOld Joe set out
to prove who was boss of this team.
He'd start out real calm by saying, "Mule you get a move
on. Ain't got all day to stand here waiting on you." After a
couple of times using his persuasive voice, something
appeared to crack in Joe's demeanor. His tone changed as
he said, "Now Mule, who you think is the boss of this job?"
I could hardly contain the giggles as Mule threw his head
to the side for a look at Joe while stubbornly keeping his
feet firmly planted in the same spot. That was the signal for
the show to begin. The colorful language that flowed
between man and beast was enough to set my ears on fire.
Once the sound of their verbal exchange reached Mama, I'd
have to find another spot to occupy. Mama had a real thing
about cursing, especially if it was used in the presence of
her children.
Eventually the showdown between mule and man was,
settled and the ground was laid out in perfect rows. The
next step was planting the seed. Mama didn't believe in the
haphazard sowing of precious seed, each one had to be.
carefully deposited in the little hole which had been
scooped.out by hand. She went before us showing us how
to drop the seed and cover it. The "show and tell" lessons
were just that, as she explained the miracle of dropping. the
lifeless seed into the fertile soil so that it could lay quietly
in the dark until its time of rebirth. As I listened to her I
would nearly burst with excitement from the sheer
knowledge that I was a helper in God's plan of provision.
As the cool nights gave way to sunny days with longer',
hours of sunshine, the mystery of life was revealed as each
little seed produced its own tiny plant. Before summer was,
fully upon us the garden would be a display of greens,
yellows and reds. With corn taller than me, I stood oh,
tiptoe to pluck the ripe ears. Peas, butterbeans and squash
needed to be picked every day. And my all time favorite,'
juicy red tomatoes, loaded the fragile bushes until they'
drooped to the ground. It was pure joy to sit in the dirt
between the rows with a ripe tomato in one hand and fresh
black-eyed peas in the other hand as I made a meal out of,
the delicious crop straight from the source.
It's a fact that we kids enjoyed the eating better than the
picking. So with a promise of good food on the horizon we
endured the long hour of backbreaking picking, filling and
refilling our buckets with the vegetables. Those not. picking
were on the porch shelling peas or shucking corn. We
worked, assembly-line style, all through the day. At the
end of the day Mama put the vegetables into canning jars
and into the huge pressure cooker for sealing. As summer
came to a close the shelves on the back porch were laden
down with the bounty. Jars and jars of beautiful yummy
food lined up for our enjoyment. These jars were not
opened until winter since the garden provided enough for
canning as well as daily supplies of the delicious
vegetables. It also provided training in a work ethic as I
gazed at the filled shelves and realized from an early age
that a job well done brings great satisfaction physically and
I haven't planted a garden in many years. Like most of
you, the convenience of the supermarket has lulled me to
sleep. I don't even have a pressure cooker nor canning jars,
but I do know that the lessons learned at the feet of Mama
gave me an appreciation for the farmer....I will never take
the abundance of food for granted.
It's for sure if I could recreate the scene between Old Joe
and Mule it would be worth the hours of picking and
canning just to hear their conversation again.
Delores L. Walker can be reached at

* ..i. t

Issue returns

during next

budget cycle

COntinued from page 1

.At Tuesday's meeting,
Commissioner Clay Bethea
expressed his desire for the county
to once again ready the paperwork
for selling the old hospital.
Brown, however, asked for time
to examine the possibility of
converting the structure to provide
additional county office space.
'According to Brown, he and
County Planning Director Danny
Griner toured the building and he
thought the county could renovate
the building without completely
gutting the interior, as was
recommended in the 2005 report.
:He cited the lack of office and
storage space at the county
courthouse as well as the annex
:The county could pursue grants
for the project over several years
iii order to finance the cost, he
"I-think that would be the most
prudent thing to do," Brown said.
Bethea questioned whether
renovating the old hospital would
eventually cost more than building
a hew structure.
!"I would like to give you time to
see if it can be renovated into
office space," Commissioner Pat
Patterson said.
..Brown suggested returning to
tle issue during the county's
bfidget process and the
commissioners agreed.

Grants used for




Continued from page 1
S"At least 70 percent of the funds.
received must be spent on
activities to benefit low to
nioderate income persons.
SProgram categories include
housing,n neighborhood
revitalization, commercial
revitalization and economic
development. Applications are
scored by a point system looking
at communitywide needs and
program impact. Applicants also
receive points for 'outstanding
performance in equal opportunity
employment and promoting fair
,"Economic development grants
are awarded on a first-come, first-
serve basis while
housing, neighborhood
revitalization/planning and design,
a4td commercial- revitalization
grants are awarded annually,"
Orthoefer said.
?To date, the city has been
aWvarded eight neighborhood
revitalization grants totaling $4.2
njillion. Some $550,000 was
awarded in 1993 for a citywide
housing initiative and a $600,000
commercial revitalization grant
was funded in 1996 for
improvements in downtown Perry.
In 1998, the city received a
$?00,000 economic grant to
underwrite infrastructure
iipprovements for the construction
of Hampton Inn. In 2001, a second.
economic development grant
totalling $235,000. Was .used to
secure a plant expansion at United
Welding Services.

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

Cooperation appreciated

Survey teams visit

residents Monday

N EW SFWFR required; the survey will be

Continued from page 1
application will dispatch two
survey teams to the area to meet
with residents.
"You'll have two people from.
North Florida Regional Planning
Council and each of them will be
accompanied by a city employee.
The questions will be very basic,
such as how many people per
household and the level of income
per household," Brown explained.
Specific figures will not be

The old DMH building has been vacant since 2003 and is showing signs neglect.


kid in


Fourteen year-old multi-
instrumentalist and Grand Ole
Opry performer, Ryan Holladay,
will perform during the fifth
annual Florida State Bluegrass
Festival here Saturday, April 7.
Holladay is no stranger to these
events as he is an active
participant in Bluegrass in the
Schools programs that help
promote bluegrass music to
American youths, festival
coordinator Dawn Taylor said.
He also co-hosted, along with
Sierra Hull, the International
Bluegrass Music Association's
DVD entitled "Discover
SBludgrass" that introduces young
viewers to the American genre of
acoustic roots music.
Holladay began his career at the
age of five, first performing on
Nashville's historic Grand Ole
ppry and is credited with being
the youngest performer to grace
. that revered stage.
He's released three albums, the,
most recent, "New Kid in Town"
on Skaggs Family Records.
Holladay's appearances include
The Oprah Winfrey Show's
"World's Most Talented Kids"
episode, Nickelodeon's "Figure It
Out," and PBS's "Zooin."
Largely self-taught, his
lightning-fast fingers are equally
nimble on the banjo and mandolin,
and he plays the guitar and Dobro
as well. He currently tours with
his own band including last year's
Japan tour with country act, Trick
Pony and his second performance
at Carnegie Hall in New York.
Weekend passes for the event
are available by calling the Perry-
Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce. i
Holladay is the latest in a
musical line-up which includes
The Grascals, Valerie Smith &
Liberty Pike, the U.S. Navy Band
Country Current and Melissa King
slated to perform during the two-
day event.

divided into income brackets.
The survey teams will be going
door-to-door in the neighborhoods
Monday, March 26, and Tuesday,
March 27.
"We appreciate everyone's input
and cooperation," Brown said.
If the new sewer line extension
is approved, it would impact some
200-300 residents in that targeted
area. Approximately 200 homes in
Pine Ridge are expected to be
hooked up to the city system this

Concerned pet owners

calling their vet offices

Continued from page 1
can be found at
All three dogs reported were
being fed Ol'Roy brand food when
they became ill, according to

The tainted food has been
blamed for causing kidney failure
in cats and dogs across the
Area veterinarian offices have
reported receiving numerous calls
from concerned pet owners about
what to do since the recall was first

Learn more about

'Future Now' Sunday

Local churches and youth groups are encouraged to get involved and.
learn more about "Future Now" by attending a meeting Sunday, March 25,
at 2:30 p.m., at the Taylor County Middle School.
Additional informational information can be found on-line at
The upcoming April event is being sponsored by the Fellowship of
Christian Athletes (FCA).

Relay for Life

Luminaria registration underway

Ryan Holladay will perform Saturday, April 7, at Forest
Capital Hall during the fifth annual Florida State Bluegrass

Make your properties

with Binly!

Birdy Gardner, Realtor
850-843-2418 Cell

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Orders are now being taken for
the luminaria ceremony which will
be held during the annual Relay for
Life April 27-28 at the Taylor
County High School track.
Suggested donations are $5 per
Forms are available from any
Relay volunteer.
Donations may be made in
honor of a loved one battling
cancer or in memory of someone
who has died from the disease.
Checks should be made payable

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In December ceremony

SBrooks, Mills exchange wedding vows

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Leah Elizabeth Brooks and
Daniel Jay Mills exchanged
wedding vows in a 4 p.m.'
ceremony on Dec. 2, 2006, in New
Home Baptist Church. The Rev.
Eddie Blalock officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Tony A. Brooks of Perry.
Her grandparents, all of Perry, are
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Brooks Sr.,
Carolyn DuBose and the late
Johnny DuBose.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a formal gown of
white organza designed with a
strapless bodice. The waistline
featured a pleated band and an
apron back with apple red satin
edging. The two-tiered veil of
illusion was also edged in apple red
satin, and matched the bride's red
satin sandals.

Do you want

to experience

'Holy Land'?
It's not a trip to the Holy
Land...but it is a trip to "Discover
the Holy Land Experience." A
group from Perry will be traveling
to Orlando on Saturday, May 12,
by Fantasy Motor Coach for this
Sponsored by New Brooklyn
Missionary Baptist Church, as part
of its Project Vision '07, the trip
will cost $80 per person, covering
transportation and park entrance.
The registration deadline is
March 31 and a payment plan is
available. Interested? Please call
Almira Anderson at 584-5266.

She carried a nosegay of fresh
red roses, and wore earrings given
to her by her bridesmaid, Brittony
Maid of honor for the ceremony
was Heather Speas. Other
bridesmaids were Brittiany
Newton, Brittony Towles, Brooke
Davis, along with the bride's
cousins, Mindy Moore, Taylor
Brooks and Holly Brooks.
The groom's best man was his
brother, Corey Mills. Usher-
groomsmen included Keith Brooks
and Clark Brooks, both brothers of
the bride; Jordan Brooks, the
bride's cousin; Cody Davis; Paul
Mills, brother of the groom; and
Josh Mills, the groom's nephew.
Casi Mills, daughter of the
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Ashlea Mincy presided over the
bride's registry; wedding programs
were distributed by Kaylee
Denmark and Sarah Brooks, cousin
of the bride.
A reception followed in the
fellowship hall of the church which
repeated the bride's colors at a
number of circular tables draped
with white linen cloths. Designs of

fresh flowers and burning candles
accented the serving tables, while
guests were seated at tables
defined by rose petals and candles.
Focal points at the reception were a
framed portrait of the bride taken at
McClay Gardens and the four-
tiered wedding cake on a silver
pedestal which was accented with
bands of red satin ribbon.
Following a honeymoon cruise
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Prior to her December wedding,
Miss Brooks was honored at three
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women of New Home Baptist
Church, her maid of honor Heather
Speas, and family friends Linda
Murphy, Mary Ann Walker and
Dale Allbritton.

*Garden Club to host

district at 'Timbers'

The Perry Garden Club (PGC) is proceeding with plans to host the
Spring Meeting for District III of the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs.
S This meeting will be held on Friday, May 10.
Members of the PGC, along with members and officers from a number
of clubs in the area, will descend upon "The Timbers" at 10 a.m. for a
district meeting which includes both a floral design workshop and a
,J^ luncheon.
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10 which will then be auctioned off," explained President Liska Gooding,
Ax who expects a format similar to the popular Tablescapes luncheons which
1^W^ the club has sponsored in the past.
,. According to Gooding, the PGC is expecting about 100 to attend.
Steinhatchee's Garden Club, she noted, was the official host for the
reate district's Fall Meeting.
which Both clubs are members of the Deep South Region of the National
Council of State Garden Clubs, Inc.

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A-6 Perry News-Herald March 23-24, 2007

Keaton Beach
Fishing Report

Windy Steinhatchee

tourney results told

One More Cast Guide Service
Yikes what a blow?
SLast Friday night saw 25-35
knot w-i-n-d-s blow. Saturday, I
took out Steve and his son, Drew
Ward of Atlanta, Ga. and they
took it on the chin with me for
four and a half hours. Then we
caught a short.... then a keeper and
finished up our six hours on the
water with four keeper trout and
one Spanish...ugh...maybe five
shorts.... "slow" doesn't quite cover
it. They fished live shrimp under
Cajuns to land what we caught.
So I canceled my charter for
Sunday...what with 20 knot
forecasts right on and 36 degree
cold weather. But I went out with
Randy Kendrick of Adel, Ga., just
to prove how miserable the
fishing would be, and seven hours
later Randy and I cried UNCLE
and headed in without a strike. We
stayed with plugs and five inch
shads'(fished weedless) and didn't
get a strike...did- I mention we
didn't get a strike?
I pulled in to one place on the
way in and we caught six keeper
reds in less than 15 minutes on
Copper Intruder Spoons and that
was all we got into? We kept only
two of course...about 20 inches.
The Steinhatchee Community
Tourney organizers would like to

thank everyone who braved the
weather Saturday and fished in
their annual event. Here are the
*Trout 1st place James Roth,
5.1 pounds; 2nd place James
Pircle 4.65 pounds;
*Redfish 1st place Heath
Parish 7.3 lbs; 2nd place Joyce
Miller 6.8 lbs.;
*Grouper 1st place Charles
Rainey 10.8 lbs.; 2nd place Chris
Williams 10.5 lbs;
*Sheepshead 3.15 pounds'Greg
Congratulations each and every
one of you!
Tuesday, Billy Pillow and I
went offshore on his 29-foot Team
TripleFish Triton and managed 7
.gag grouper and 12
sheepshead.....that's all I have this
week folks.
Maybe this week's warm
weather will turn the trout on for
this weekend. If your don't get a
chance to go fishing then come by
the Prime Osborne Center in
Jacksonville and see me on the
'InShore Stage giving a free
seminar on trout fishing with-live
bait, both Saturday and Sunday, or
just stop in and enjoy the show
and swing by the Precision
Tackle, Cajun" under Booth and
see our NEW "Big Red Thunder-
Spin Spinnerbaits!

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6:25 AM
11:05 AM
4:52 PM

Low 12:52 AM
High 7:35 AM
Low 11:28 AM
High. 5:23 PM


2:09 AM
9:31 AM
11:49 AM
6:02 PM

M 26 Low 3:51 AM
26 High 7:09 PM


Tu 27
W 28
F 30

Low 5:23 AM
-High 12:38 PM
Low 4;30 PM
High 10:35 PM


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Nice redfish like this one have been taken recently along the
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Face Mayo Tuesday

'Dogs drop 2nd

one-run game

The Taylor Ccunty High
baseball team wrapped up its
appearance in the Lincoln High
Invitational ,Spring Break
Tournament Tuesday with a narrow
9-8 loss to Spruce Creek (Fla.).
The one-run defeat was the
second for the Bulld6gs in the
Tallahassee tourney. TCHS also
lost 2-1 to Goodpasture, Tenn.
Taylor County opened the
tournament with a 7-6 win over
McMinn Central, Tenn., before
falling 14-0 to Jacksonville-
Wolfson, which went on to place
second in the tournament.
In Tuesday's game Nick
Allbritton pitched 6 1/3 innings
for the Bulldogs allowing 8
hits, 7 runs (6 earned), 4 strike-

outs and one walk. Ethan Young
came on in relief in the bottom of
the 7th with a runner on
2nd allowing 1 hit, 2 runs (1
earned) and no walks.
The Bulldogs' bats came to life
in the final game. Leaders at the
plate were Allbritton (3-4, 1 RBI,
3 R), Kendall Thompson (2-3, 3
RBI), Josh Gilbreath (2-4 double,
2 RBI, 2R), Josiah Anderson (2-5,
1 RBI, 1 R), Brandon Mock (1-3,
1RBI), Young (1-3, 1R), Will.
Hall (1-4), Derek Miller (1-4) and
Greg Flowers (1R).
Taylor County (4-12, 2-2) will
take a few days off before hosting
Mayo-Lafayette on Tuesday. The
jayvee will play at 4 p.m.
followed by the varsity at 7 p.m.

5-year fish license gets free stuff

Anglers can catch the bait and
other free items if they upgrade
now from a yearly to a 5-year
freshwater fishing license.
The Flofida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission's
(FWC) offer remains valid until
'3,000 upgraded licenses are sold,
probably by.May.
The 5-year fishing license bonus
program provides an extra
incentive to anglers in the form of
free items worth more than the
cost of the license, plus all of the
priceless memories fishing

experiences' create.
s The first 3,000 customers to
upgrade to a 5-year freshwater
fishing license, which costs,-
$61.50 plus convenience fees'
0.2 (ranging from $2 to $4.83,
2.2 depending on where the buyer
1.9 purchases the license), will save
2.4 between $6 and nearly $20 in fees.
They also will receive by mail -
0.1 a free bonus package containing
samples, magazines and coupons
2.4 from fishing-related companies.
1.5 Florida fishing license fees the
major source of funding for
2.6 conservation programs from
0.1 habitat restoration to fish stocking
2.7 to fishing access enhancement -
1.1 may be used only for fish and
wildlife conservation within the
2.8 state.
0.2 A resident freshwater fishing
2.9 license costs just $13.50 (not
0.6 including the varying fees) for an
0.6 1 entire year, and already is an
outstanding recreational value, but
IA upgrading to a 5-year license
benefits anglers and the fishing
;t industry as well. The angler
receives free gifts, the FWC gets
revenue for conservation projects,
)s and the industry gets to show off
anses some of its top fishing products.
Snacks Five-year licenses are available
at or by
calling 1-888-347-4356. Anglers
also canpurchase them from any
license agent, such as retail stores
and bait-and-tackle shops, or at
S local county tax collectors'
I offices.
For people whose fishing
license has yet to expire, the

effective date for the 5-year license
is flexible for up to 60 days after
purchase. The free package
typically arrives three to four

weeks later.
For information about local
fishing. opportunities, interested

persons can contact the nearest
FWC regional office or visit

Bowhunting course is now online

Florida's certified bowhunting
course is now available online
from the National Bowhunter
Education Foundation (NBEF).
Bowhunters can access the
program on the NBEF Web site,
enter through the Florida portal
and complete the online classroom
topics before attending a

shortened, interactive field day.
The cost to take the distance
learning course is $20, payable
online to the NBEF program
provider. A student who passes the
online test will be issued a
qualifier certificate that will enable
the student to complete the course,
at a field.-day.

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

'Women to Women' conference this weekend

Churches plan special services next week

'Explore God's word'
Gospel preaching by Frank Himmel of Louisville, Ky., will "explore
God's word" at Spring Warrior Church of Christ March 25-30. Services are.
planned at 9:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m: on Sunday, and at 7:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
The church is located five miles south of Perry, just off U.S. 19 on South
Red Padgett Road. For additional information, call 584-5176 or 584-9821.
Spring Revival begins Wednesday
The Perry First Church of God on Highway 221 North will begin its
spring revival on Wednesday, March 28, continuing services through
March 31, at 7 nightly. The Rev. Vondie Cooke II from Beckley, W. Va.,
will be the featured speaker.
The final service will be a Homecoming celebration on Sunday, April 1,
at 11 a.m., with lunch to be shared following the service.
'Women to Women' conference this weekend
The 2007 'Women to Women' Conference will begin tonight, March 23,
at 7:30 and continue Saturday at 10 a.m. featuring Prophetess Ane Wright
and Pastor Linda Banks McGowin. Registration is free; please come to.
Potter's House Ministries located at 461 Highway 19 North, or call 838-
3286 for assistance.
Come for worship, lunch, auction
Following 11 a.m. worship on Sunday, March 25, everyone is invited to
the fellowship hall of First Presbyterian Church for a Baked Potato
Luncheon and an auction benefiting Relay For Life.
A piano, computer "geek" services and Perry Animal Hospital services
have been added to the list of auction items which includes dinner for two
at the home of Bob and Nancy Bell, the home of Chuck and Peggy Eckel,
and the home of David and Marilyn Culpepper; handmade items by Kim
Torres, Kim Young and Whitney Young; a crocheted baby blanket by
Patricia Lindsey; cross-stitch items by Meryl Faltin; gift certificates from
Mama's Italian Restaurant, Keaton Beach Hot Dog Stand, Rosehead,
-.Sisters' and O'Quinn's.
100 Men in Black Walking With Christ
The Men's Ministry of New Brooklyn Missionary Baptist Church will
present its annual 100 Men in Black Walking With Christ Rally on Sunday,
March 25, at 3:30 p.m. A sincere invitation is extended to all men in the
community "with our prayer and hope for 100 Men or more for this
occasion," said Walter Bishop, president.

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Morning worship for Holy Week
First United Methodist Church has announced its schedule of 6:45
worship services for Holy Week, April 2-8. Various ministers and choirs
from the community participate in this week-long observance which is
followed by breakfast. The listing of daily speakers will appear in next
week's newspapers,, but everyone in the community is encouraged to make
plans to attend.
Catholics plan for Youth Fish Fry
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church encourages your patronage of
a Youth Fish Fry on Friday, March 30, from 5 until 8 p.m.
Plan to come, and to come hungry!


Alice Irene Poitevint
Alice Irene Poitevint, 91, died
March 20, 2007, at her residence in
A native of Madison County, she
had been a resident of Perry most
of her life. She was an active
member of Lakeside Baptist
Her husband, Cecil Poitevint,
predeceased her.
Survivors include: a son, Lamar
Poitevint of Perry; a' daughter,
Betty Hatcher of Perry; a special
friend, John Ritch Jr. of Perry; two
sisters-in-law, Louise Scott and
Catherine Scott; five
grandchildren; 11 great
grandchildren,; two great great
grandchildren; and a host of nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Thursday, March 22, at 4 p.m. at
Lakeside Baptist Church.
Interment followed at Woodlawn

Family members received
friends at the church prior to the
service from 2:30 until 4 p.m.
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home was
in charge of the arrangements.
Audrey M. Stephens
Audrey M. Stephens, 76, died
March 16, 2007, at her home.
A native and lifelong resident of
Taylor County, she was the
daughter of the late William Blue
and the late Marie Sessions Blue.
She had been employed at Martin
Electronics for a number of years.
Survivors include: a daughter,
Tina Blair of Perry; a brother,
James Blue of Flippin, Ark.; a
sister, Vivian Sciortino; three
grandchildren; and several nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Monday, March 19, at Joe P. Bums
Funeral Home, which was in
charge of the arrangements.
"., Please see page 8

Spring Revival

Wednesday, March 28 through Saturday, March 31

7 p.m. nightly

Guest Speaker

SRev. Vondie Cook II
of Beckley, West Virginia

The last service will be held Sunday, April 1, at 11 a.m.
We will celebrate Homecoming and enjoy lunch after the service.
Everyone invited to attend.

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Hwy. 221 North


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7 iUU 1 ', 11 ua'-j^'.ty 10:45 am Morning Worship
6:00 pm Evening Worship
8:00 pm Adult Choir Practice

Discipleship Training 6:00 pm
Programs & Bible Stddy for all agesI
Bring the Whole Family

Calvary Baptist Youth meet each Monday Night 6:00 pm.
All area youth are invited.

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A-8 Perry News-Herald March 23-24, 2007

Taylor Elite

At nationals in Orlando

Taylor Elite Shooting Stars

Super Stars

Taylor Elite cheerleaders earn championship

;The Taylor Elite All-Stars
Fecentl competed in the 2007
American Open National
Cheerleading Championships on
lgarch 9-11.
:The cheerleading competition,
Eosted by the American
Championships, was held at
Orange County Convention Center
ij Orlando. All-star cheerleaders
ra'eled from all over the country
| compete.
The Twinkle Stars, Shooting
stars and Super Stars teams
obnipeed in the preliminary round
. on Saturday with the final round
following on Sunday.
': For the second consecutive year,
the Taylor Elite Super Stars
brought home the National
Championship in the Senior Level
2 division, ages 18 and under.
They received a team trophy and
banner, as well as individual gold
medals and national championship


The national champions are
Blaire Allbritton, Georgie
Armstrong, Britt Churchill, Kellie
Cruce, Britt Churchill, Annabelle
Edwards, Emily Ensley, Alyssa
Ernst, Amber Ernst, Brooke
Granthum, Jenna Helm, Jamie
Jacobsen, Josh Keen, Blake
Moore, Livia Pessoa and Angela
The Shooting Stars placed fourth
in the Junior Level 2 division for
ages 14 and under. The team
includes Savannah Amundsen,
JaBrayla Bell,, Dorie Cruce,
Keyontae Dixon, Stacy Garand,
Emily Helm, Julie High, Connie
'Hightower, Brittany Miller, Ashlyn
Mills, Victoria Parga, Taylor Pitts,
Katelyn Shaw and Madison
The Twinkle Stars earned a
second place finish in the Mini
Level 2 division for ages 8 and


(Continued from page 7)
Ernest Roland Eakins
Ernest Roland Eakins, 81, a
native and lifelong resident of
Taylor County, died March 22,
2007, at the Good Samaritan
Center in Dowling Park.
The son of the late, Benjamin
Jackson Eakins and the late Mary
Abigail Langford Eakins, he was a
Baptist and had been employed as
a truck driver for Williams and
Boland Timber Company for many
years. He was a U. S. Army Air
Corps veteran serving during the
Korean Conflict.
:Survivors include: two sons,
Earnei "Earnie" Eakins and wife

Pattie, and Royce Michael "Mike"
Eakins, all of Eridu; three
grandchildren, Sarah Catie
Drawdy and husband Seth, Amy
Elizabeth Parker and husband
Ryan, and Jennifer Ann Eakins;
three great grandchildren, Selina
Drawdy, Anna Drawdy and
Samantha Drawdy; and a host of
Graveside services will be held
Sunday, March 25, at 3 p.m. at
Fellowship Cemetery in Eridu
with Danny Lundy officiating.
Family members will receive
friends Saturday from 6-8 p.m. at
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home,
which is in charge of the

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under. Each team member was
awarded an individual trophy.
They are: Nita Carter, Zharrie
James, Haley Lago, Lillie McNutt,
Caroline Middleton and Kate
Whiddon, all of Perry, as well as
Emily Brock and Jenny Jackson of
Monticello, and Hannah Poole and
Holly Holborn of Mayo.
Julie High, a fourth grader on the
Shooting Stars team competing in
the 8-9 year old solo division, was
declared a national champion on
Friday. She was awarded an
individual trophy, medal and
In addition, Haley Lago, a third
grader on the Twinkle Stars team,
was named an All-American
cheerleader. She was selected by
the All-American Cheer and Dance
Association to be a part of the 2008
National Scholarship Invitational
and Hawaii Performance Tour.
The National Scholarship
Invitational is held in conjunction
with. the NFL Pro Bowl in
Honolulu, Hawaii.
There she will be able to
compete individually for
scholarship money as well as
participating in a week-long list of
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B-1 Perry News-Herald March 23-24, 2007

Family, friends come out in force

Davis benefit 'a success'

Local residents rallied in support
of Shady Grove's Billy Davis
during an all-day benefit held

recently in his honor.
Davis has been diagnosed with
cancer and is currently undergoing

Family and friends recently held a benefit for Shady Grove
resident Billy Davis, right, shown with his son, Luke. The
elder Davis is battling cancer.

Some 20 bikes and riders took
part in a benefit Bike Run and
dozens of supporters came out for
a BBQ dinner and auction.
"The support was great. We had
people from Shady Grove, Perry,
Keaton Beach, Eridu, Lamont,
Madison and Sirmans come out
and support Billy. We served more
dinners and raised more money
than any of us expected,"
organizers said.
"Billy was. able to attend the
event, which was a blessing to see
him out and enjoying friends, and
family. Overall this was a great day,
and all of us left feeling blessed
that our community--even though
it has grown over the years--still
reaches out when called upon. We
want to thank everyone who was
involved and we 'thank God
for allowing this event to

Some 20 bikes and
riders took part in a
benefit Bike Run held in
February. Organizers
gave special thanks to the
many volunteers who
helped with the event,
including the Christian
Motorcycle Club of
Madison as well as local
riders. (Right)Young Luke
Shaw caught a ride with
Louis Shaw. The benefit
also included a BBQ
dinner and auction.



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B-2 Perry News-Herald March 23-24, 2007

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original works from students
The Florida State University Jennifer Sassaman. The festival is called "a
School of Theatre's "New Tonight (Friday) opens. with whirlwind of excitement, not only
I MWI Horizons: Original Works Program B, beginning with "The exploring a new level of creativity,
Festival," opened Thursday Grey Area" written by Shanna E. but exposing the talent of FSU
Evening and will run through April Johnson. Directed by George students to the community."
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sport six Oscar nominations

Last fall was a pretty productive season at the movies
with a number of good films being released both wide
and small. For home viewers, that means a pile of good
movies are being release now on DVD.
Several great movies have already been released in
the past few weeks including Martin Scorsese's "The
Departed" and the James Bond film, "Casino Royale."
On Tuesday, March 27, four more movies will be
released on DVD, all of which earned at least one Oscar
First up is "Happy Feet," the latest animated feature,
from Dreamworks which picked up the Academy Award
for Best Animated Feature last month. The film tells the
story of the emperor penguins of Antarctica and their
apparent propensity to burst into Top 40 hit songs.
Into this world of musically-gifted, flightless fowl,
Mumble is born. Mumbl&e (voiced by Elijah Wood)
couldn't carry a tune if his life depended on it--and in a
community where everyone can and does, it just might.
What he can do is dance,,-iowever, which amuses his
mother and horrifies his father. ,
While "Happy Feet" is an enjoyable film--especially
for the kids--it's biggest fault is that it tries to be too
many films in one.
Children should enjoy it if for nothing else than its
beautiful animation and over-the-top characters. The
song and dance routines are fun and don't overstay their
Parents should be warned that Mumble and his friends
face a number of predators during their adventures and a
couple of the scenes can be a somewhat scary with the
realistic animation. An encounter with a hungry sea lion
was particularly intense.
"Happy Feet" brings A ith it a number of messages,
some about the en% ironment and some about acceptance
of those who are different, and tends-to be rather heavy-
handed with them.
Although the .ploi take. some n.ild turn, in the la 1 30
'!.inuies.or so'the film.-is an enlo\ahle romp in a
beautiful computer-generated wonderland that will have
children dancing and parents tapping their toes.
"Happy Feet" is rated PG for some mild peril and rude
For those who like the occasional foreign flavor in
'their movies, the Chinese film, "Curse of the Golden
Flower," will also hit the streets on Tuesday.
The film, based on a famous play, tells the sordid tale
of the imperial family during China's late Tang Dynasty
during, the 10th century.
The Emperor and his family, over which he rules with
an iron fist, live in the impeccably decorated and well-
protected palace. The eldest son, a product of 'the
Emperor's ill-fated first marriage, wants to be sent to the-
frontier. The second son is returning to the palace after a
three-year stint along that same frontier. The youngest
son is confined to the palace and awaits the day he can
proye himself to his father. The Empress is sickly and
must-.take medicine several times a day.
Using all of this as a catalyst, the movie shows
everyone's motives and ambitions, with more than 'one
illicit affair and a secret plot for rebellion. The bet
comparison would be to a Shakespearean play, such as
"Macbeth" or "King Lear.". Each family member pursues
his or her own plots and schemes uritil it comes to a head
in the third act for a bloody afid tragic conclusion,,,
"Curse" was released in theaters in the original
Mandarin with English subtitles, but the DVD release
includes an English language dub.
Although the film is not a martial arts film, there are
some well-choreographed fights scenes, especially when
everything comes to a head in the third act.
"Curse of the Golden Flower" is rated R for violence.
From Ancient China to California we go with "The
Pursuit of Happyness."

This "based on a true story" movie is about Chris
Gardner (Will Smith), a struggling salesman trying to
keep his, wife Linda (Thandie Newton) and his son
Christopher (real-life son Jaden Smith) from slipping
completely into poverty.
As the movie opens, we learn that Chris has sunk his
life's savings into bone density machines, a medical
device that Unfortunately doesn't sell well. Just as his
wife is preparing to leave him, he has a fateful encounter
that will change his life forever.
Walking down the sidewalk, he sees a sharply-dressed
man getting out of a Ferrari and;asks him, "What do you
do and how do you do it?" The man is a stock broker and
he tells Chris that he needs to be good with numbers and
good with people. Chris is good at both, even if he can't
seem to sell his bone density machines, and decides he
is going to become a stock broker. The problem is the
internship is unpaid.
What follows is the story of a man trying to be the
father he never knew for his son, and fighting--and, at
times, failing--to keep them from becoming homeless.
Will Smith puts on arguably the best performance of
his career and richly deserves the Academy Award
nomination he received. He is able to display the simple
happiness of a man able to buy his son dinner as well as
the utter desperation and horror when they are forced to
sleep in a subway restroom because they have nowhere
else to go. The younger Smith shows he picked up some
talent from his actor parents and adds a great
performance of his own.
"The Pursuit of Happyness" is rated PG-13 for some-
Last but certainly not least is one of my favorite films
from last year, "Children of Men."
The Alfonso Cuar6n directed film is about the world
some 20 years hence in which women have lost the
ability to bear children. Humanity is faced with the cold
truth that there will be no future generation- %hen the

Set in England, "Children of Men" depicts a harsh
world in;' which most people have given up hope while
the rest search desperately for sorfieone to blame.
Surviving in a rundown London on the verge of
becoming a police state, Theodore Faron (Clive Owen)
is one of the ones who has given up. Once an activist, he
now simply goes to work and back home, taking an
occasional detour to visit his friend--a former radical
now in his 70s'played expertly and hilariously by an
unrecognizable Michael Caine.
Theo's routine, however, is disturbed when he is
kidnapped by a terrorist organization only to meet a
former partner in crime and love, Julian Taylor (Julianne
Moore). Before he knows it,'Theo is caught in a web of
intrigue and danger as various players fight for control
of the world's most precious possession, the first
pregnant almost 20 years.
Every scene of the film is captured beautifully, and
much of the credit must be given to cinematographer
.Emmanuel Lubezki. The camera work in "Children of
Men" is mind boggling with some of the best use of
'handheld cameras I have seen, especially when used in
intricately directed and planned single shots lasting
minutes at a time. The fact that he didn't win the
Academy Award last month was the biggest snub of the
year. ,
Clive Owen in this film cemented himself in my mind
,as one of today's truly unrated actors out there and the
supporting cast, especially Caine, delivers the goods as
The movie is one of the best science-fiction films of
its kinds to come out since the original "Matrix" film and
can even hold up to comparisons to "Bladerunner."
"Children of Men" is rated R for strong violence,
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talkbacks with the performers and
The original works are written
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professional writing students:
Clayton Henry ("Vultures"), David
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Matthew O'Brien ("Nothing &
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Master of Fine Arts directing
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Sassaman, and Allison Frost, as
well as FSU professors, George
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"New Horizons gives students
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plays that have been written by
FSU student playwrights," Fred
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audiences the chance to share in a
very exciting adventure, watching
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March 24, 8 p.m.,
"De(con)struction and
"Powerpointing" (Program C)
March 25, 2 p.m., "Welcome to
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"Nothing & Everything" (Program
March 28, 8 p.m., "The Grey
Area" and "Vultures" (Program B)
March 29, 8 p.m.,
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April 1, 2 p.m.,
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Works Festival" kicked off on
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Playwright Marla DuMont debuted
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Bethlehem?" Directed by Natalya
Baldyga, the play is about the
unique modes of communication
between people; what happens
when that communication has
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September after the city of New
York suffers a blackout,
immediately followed. "Nothing
& Everything" was directed by

and allows entry into every night
of the festival as %\ell as
recognition as a supporter of the
New Horizons Festival and the
School of Theatre. The All-Access
Pass is $50 Single evening tickets
are $18 for adults and $12
students. Adult, packages (three
'nights) are $39 and student
packages are $21.
Call the Fine Artg Ticket Office
today or go online at for more
information on the New Horizons:
Original Works Festival. To
purchase the All-Access Pass or
tickets, call the Fine Arts Ticket
:Office at (850) 644-6500 or go
online at

Tickets are still available for

musical about Ray Charles

Tickets are still available for the Tallahassee premiere of "I Can't Stop
Loving You: The Music of Ray Charles" at the Tallahassee-Leon County.
Civic Center for one night only on March 27 at 7:30 p.m.
The musical 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, it takes audiences on a musical review of Charles' life and music.
Tickets for "I Can't Stop Loving You: The Music of Ray Charles" are ,
available by calling 850-222-0400 or 800-322-3602, visiting the Civic
Center box office, or by logging on to Prices range
from $48.25 to $32.25.
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 production is not endorsed;
sponsored or affiliated with the Ray Charles estate.

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debuting six original works from Florida Stale Universitfy
School of Theatre students. is currently running irt
Tallahassee. The writers and directors shown above are:
first row. I to r) David Laughlin, Maria J. DuMont and
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Saturday, March 24, with original
works "De(con)struction" and
"Powerpointing." Directed by Rob
Radkoff Ek, "De(con)struction" is
a story about Andy Kaufman who
is struggling to find a red-haired,,
jet black; .goldilocks-haired girl
before he dies for the second time
again. Is he dead? Or alive? Who
is he? He's not sure. But he knows
it's. 'a story about a girl.
"Powerpointing," directed by
Alison Frost, tells the story of
cubical "workers that fight
deadlines and each other to prepare
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B-4 Perry News-Herald March 23-24, 2007

Tax-Aide continues at library

through April filing deadline

State Attorney to retire
State Attorney Jerry Blair (second from left) announced at a recent meeting of the Perry
Kiwanis Club that he will retire following his current term in office. Shown above are (left
to right) Kiwanis President Leo Gayle, Blair, Sheriff Bummy Williams and Kiwanis Program
Chairman Auley Rowell. Blair has served the Third Judicial Circuit as state attorney for
nearly 30 years and has never been opposed in an election.

The Taylor County Business
Leadership Network will hold a
meeting Wednesday, March 28, at
noon at Hampton Inn.
Lunch will be provided so those
planning to attend are asked to

RSVP at 838-2536.
The subject of the meeting will
be learning "how hiring people
with disabilities 'makes good
business sense.'"
Members of the Escambia

meet Wednesday
Business Leadership Network will
present their successful
experiences and help Taylor
County benefit from this
untapped pool of workers,
organizers said.

As the April 17 tax deadline
nears, so does the need for Tax-
Aide assistance.
This service of free tax
preparation and e-file will continue
on Monday at the Taylor County
Public Library from 9:30 a.m.
until 5 p.m.; on Saturdays, services
are offered from 10 a.m. until 1
The program serves taxpayers of
all ages with special attention to
those 60 and older. Please bring
photo ID, Social Security cards for
all dependents, all tax documents
(W-2s, SSA's, 1099s,
inrterest/dividend statements,
unemployment, childcare provider

information, etc.) related to your
tax return.
Interested persons in the

Steinhatchee area should contact
Bonnie for an appointment: (352)

Help support March of Dimes
For a $5 donation to the March of Dimes, tickets are available for a
chance to win a private dinner and photo op with the Grammy-
nominated bluegrass group, "The Grascals," during the fifth annual
Florida State Bluegrass Festival.
Tickets are available at the Perry/Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce as well as at Forest Capital State Park during the festival.
In addition to the private dinner, for a $1 donation, you can receive a
chance to win a guitar signed by numerous bluegrass bands, including
the Grascals, Lonesome River Band, The Chapmans, Melissa King and
IIIrd Time Out.

Need a piano?

What about computer 'geek' services?
A piano has been added to the list of items which will be auctioned
Sunday (following the 11 a.m. worship service) in the First Presbyterian
Church fellowship hall, with proceeds benefitting Relay For Life.
Plus, there's more to bid on: Perry Animal Hospital services have been
added to the list, along with computer "geek" services. Also available will
be meals from local restaurants, as well as local gourmet chefs;
handpainted gift items; and assorted gift certificates. The baked potato
luncheon/ auction gets underwvay at 12:15 p.m., but you're invited to come
at 11 for the worship service, too. The church is located at 310 Plantation

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B-5 Perry News-Herald March 2324. (I

At the Booking Desk

Editor's note: It is the policy of this
newspaper to run the names of all
those arrested and booked at the
Taylor County Jail. All those listed
below have been charged with a crime,
but are considered innocent until
proven guilty.
Feb. 28:
Willie Washington, 28, 1100
East Green Street, bond revoked,
introduction of contraband in
correctional facility, possession of
cannabis, Officer Mosley, TCSO. .
Johnny Gaddy, 27, 310 Saxton
Street, child support, Deputy
Hayden, TCSO.
Jeanne Marie Blaske, 29, 5570
Bryant Russell Road, trespass of
structure/conveyance, Ptl. Cash,
Robert Demps, 24, 1002 Richard
Bell Ave., VOP (DWLS), Officer
Mosley, TCSO.
March 1:
Priscilla M. Severance, 21, 210
Magnolia Road, FTA no valid
driver's license, Deputy Lundy,
Timmy Lee Ford, 48, 1604
Givens Street, felony battery
(domestic), possession of
cannabis, Ptl. Gorby, PPD.
March 2: ,
Nathaniel Rashaun Britt, 26,
: 1010 South Bryant Street,
* possession of cocaine with intent
to sell, attempted sale of cocaine,
possession of drug paraphernalia,
Deputy Murphy, TCSO.
Marlon Wade Pendarvis, 43, Ft.

Myers, DWLS (knowingly), DUI,
possession of firearm by convicted
felon, Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Tony Torres Anderson, 29, 909
South Spring Street, possession of
cocaine with intent to sell,
attempted sale of cocaine, fleeing
and attempting to elude, DWLS/R,
possession of drug paraphernalia,
Deputy Murphy, TCSO.
March 3:
Marcus J. Glover, 18, 504 West
Willow Street, possession of
cocaine, possession of less than 20
grams cannabis, DWLS
(knowingly), Ptl. Norris, PPD.
March 5:
Mary Hugger, 31, 212 Kathleen
Street, VOP (retail theft), Deputy
Upshaw, TCSO.
Forest Lee Thomas, 18, 115
North Beverly Street, burglary,
battery, trespass after warning, Ptl.
Deeson, PPD.
March 6:
Robert V. Stevens, 27, 229
Landry Road, VOP (burglary, petit
theft), FTA/DUI, 'FTA/DWLS/R,
no arresting officer/turned self in.
Vandarrius B. Bailey, 24, 118
Joann Street, VOP (armed robbery,
armed burglary), Deputy Hayden,
James Alvin Robinson, 41,
Ocala, FTA/violation of probation,
FTA/DWLS/R, Deputy Cruse,
Kenneth Eldon Knight, 43, 3300
North James Smith Road,
possession of firearm by convicted

felon, animal cruelty, Deputy
Cruse, TCSO.
Richard T. Mathis, 44,
Steinhatchee, DWLS (habitual),
resisting arrest without violence,
Cpl. Swindle, FHP.
Daryle Bernard Florence, 36,
Tallahassee, VOP/grand theft,
Deputy Cruse, TCSO.
Robin Ann Hilson, 24, Beach
Road, VOP/introduction of
contraband, Deputy Hawkins,
March 7:
Robin Cox, 41, 1988 Taylor
Drive, VOP (possession of
cocaine), Ptl. Johnson, PPD.
Sean Patrick Mitchell, 20, 204
East Elm ,Street, burglary, grand
theft, dealing in stolen property,
Inv. Lee, TCSO.
Tonia Elaine Pace, 46, 1622
South Woodard Street, domestic
felony battery, Ptl. Gorby, PPD.
March 8:
Lealer Vontaviour Sneed, 21,
Skylark Motel Rm. 27, VOP
(possession of drug paraphernalia),
Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Sue Ann Stephens, 32, 814 East
Paige Street, fleeing and eluding
lights/siren, DWLS, VOP
(Suwannee County), grand theft,
Ptl. G. Campbell, PPD.
Charles Jackson, 39, ,814 ;East
Paige Street, felony
fleeing/eluding, carrying! a
concealed weapon (by convicted
felon), grand theft, Ptl. G.
Campbell, PPD.

March 9:
Jamie Marie Nobles, 28, 310
Springhill Road, VOP/child abuse,
Deputy Nowlin, TCSO.
Charles Edward Hail, 18, 506
West Main Street, possession of
less than 20 grams cannabis, Ptl.
Johnson, PPD.
Eldon Jennings, 18, 423 East
Dundee Street, felony battery,
disorderly conduct, Ptl. Murphy,
March 10:
Anthony Raymond Sibley, 27,
2009 Dice Road, FTA (DUI,
DWLS/R), Ptl. Franklin, PPD.
Sonia Roxanne Oglesby, 28, 310
Springhill Road, VOP, Officer
Curry, P&P.
Michael Ryan Padgett, 20, 320
East Park Street, possession of
alcohol by minor, Ptl. Cash, PPD.
Stacey Ford, 323, 1604 Givens
Street, domestic violence, Ptl.
Murphy, PPD.
Justin Robert Thigpen, 18, 2728
Green Farm Road, possession of
alcohol by minor, Ptl. Cash, PPD.
Michael Christopher Gordon,
34, 117 King Drive, DWLS, Ptl.
Cash, PPD.
Sean Anthony Love, 35, 101
Bird Street, battery (domestic), Ptl.
Johnson, PPD.
SMarch 11:
Melvin Clarence Sanchez, 18,
220 Puckett Road, possession of
alcohol by minor, Ptl. Cash, PPD.
Bonnie Michele Lollis, 33, 321
Westside Road, disorderly

intoxication, Ptl. Gorby. PPD.
Karen Mae Bodiford, 33, 3545
Woodmore Lane, possession of
controlled substance, Deputy
Cruse, TCSO.
March 12:
Amy Elizabeth Hunter, 25,
Pensacola, VOP (possession of
controlled substance), Deputy
Hawkins, TCSO.
March 13:
Marvin E. Allen, 49, Vaiden,
Mich., DWLS knowingly, Cpl.
Morris, FHP.
Juan Corona, 31, 2011 Peace
Harris Lane, VOP, no valid driver's
license, Officer Chaffin, DOT.
Sherman Faulk, 25, 113
Magnolia Road, VOP, Deputy
Lilliott, TCSO.
Jamie Nettles, 30, 608 Sam
Poppell, FTA/disorderly conduct,
Deputy Giacomucci, TCSO.
Barry Lynn Ewen, 64, 8260
South Highway 19 Lot 27,
disorderly conduct, Sgt. Campbell,

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Admission is free; door prizes will be awarded.
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Mitchell Harrison. I1) i W';-
North Calhoun Street,*sioi,
of cocaine within 1,000 fIcet l L:
church, no valid driver's license.
Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Tavariss Moeshun Davis. 20
112 Susan Street. possession oi
ammunition by convicted felon
possession of less than 20 graims
cannabis, Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Mach 14:
Jennifer Lee Smith. 34.
Tallahassee, DUI (first), Cpl.
Parker, FHP.
Earl Alexander McFatten, 43.
Lake City, VOP/DWLS, Ptl. Cash
Rhonda S. Russell, 39. 119
Grove Street, DUI, VOP/cheating
Cpl. Lundy, FHP, Deputy Cruse
Rafael Gonzalez, 28, 317 North
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B-6 Perry News-Herald March 23-24, 2007

Yard Sale Fri, Sat & Sun. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
3377 Spees Harris Ln, (take Johnson
Stripling to Bernard St. and follow signs) 6
piece bed set w/ sleighbed, household
items etc.
Yard sale Thurs-23 & Fri-24. Ladies
clothing sizes 8 & 10 Petite, plus other
household items. 804 W. Ash St. 584-
Yard sale Sat. March 24, 8 a.m. until. We
'have plus & large size women clothing,
baby clothing, baby blankets (homemade);
books, magazines, whatnots and lots, lots
more. So come and see us at 2343 A,V.
Brannen Rd. Behind Hwy Patrol Station,
Multi Family Yard Sale! Saturday at 7 a.m.
Frith Abstract and Title. 501 N Byron
Butler Pkwy. Proceeds to benefit Pleasant '
Grove Baptist Church Missions Team.
3 family yard sale: Saturday, March 24. 8
a.m. to 12 p.m. No early birds please, 119
Highland Rd. (behind RDS). Microwave,
nice 3-n-1 baby crib with matress, ladies
and children clothing-assorted sizes,
toys and lots of misc. other items. 584-
Yard Sale Fri. & Sat. Sadler Drum 4289 US
98 W inside warehouse. 3 phase air
compressor, chain saw, complete desk,
full size bed, dresser, chest of drawers,
clothes, over 200 VHS & DVD movies.
Yard Sale Sat 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fair Rd.
(look for signs) good stuff!
Yard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. til ? 1106 N.
Allen St. off W. Ash St. Women clothes
small to 3X, new clothes, shoes, lots

Garage'Sale! 917 N. Faulkner, corner of
Cherry St, Bedding, furniture, clothing
plus books & more,
2 Family Yard Sale, 2401 Dean Rd. 61/2
miles south of Perry. Sofa, clothes, t.v.,
and much more. 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. March
Side Walk Sale 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.,-every
. Saturday in front of Gifts of Grace, 106 E.
Main St., 584-7770.

Sony cellphone with minutes prepaid,
local number. Cingular carrier. With
minutes $20. Guaranteed Sales. 584-
Yard sale Thurs-23 & Fri-24. Ladies
clothing sizes 6 & 8 Petite, plus other
household items. 804 W. Ash St. 584-
Multi-Family yard sale on Saturday from 8
a.m. until. 710 W. Green St. Name brand
Jr; & Misses clothing, jewelry, furniture,
kitchen appliances, bathroom fixtures,
electronics, and more...
S 3/21-3/23

82" beige country pattern sofa with 38"
matching wing chair. In good condition.
Call 584-4025.
3/21-3/23 -
22.1 gr. 10k Herring Bone Necklace New
$650. sell for $300.
3 ct. Channel Set Diamond Tennis
Bracelet New $2,500 sell for $1,500, Both
purchased from Mitch's Call 843-1980.
Motor Home- 29 ft. Generator, Shower with
tub, Built in vacuum cleaner etc. 850-838-
1907 $2,500 O.B.O.
Wedding Dress: BEAUTIFUL white
strapless chiffon layered dress with
swarski crystals on bodis, flowing train,
never worn, a couple months old, size 8
(wedding dress sizes usually 2 sizes
bigger than what you actually wear) $350
O.B.0. 672-2061
.3/4 K diamond ring with matching .1/4
round attached wedding band 18 k Gold,
Appraised at $4,100. Will sell for $2,500.
Call 584-8196.
7 H.P. Mercury Outboard motor runs Well
$350. 2500 PSI Sears pressure washer
6.5 H.P. motor new $250. Call 578-2694,

Queen Pillow -. Top Mattress Set. Brand
new in plastic with warranty. $150. 850-
SOLID WOOD Cherry sleigh bed BRAND
NEW in box, $275. (850)545-7112
LEATHER, still wrapped, lifetime warranty,
sacrifice $795. (delivery available).
Sofa/ loveseat. New micro fiber set, $475,
must move, delivery available. 850-222-
BEDROOM: New 6 piece set still boxed,
$599,'can deliver(850)425-8374
$200 telescope for sale--$40, computer,
ready for internet--$60, 17" moniter--$30.
Free keyboard & mouse. Call 584-2914
Craftmatic Adjustable Queen Sized bed
with massage. With or without bedroom
set. Make offer 223-2222 after 3 p.m.
Got Spring fever? Want to redo your kids
bedroom? 2 Airplane shaped wallmount
bookshelves, 2 twin sized denim
comforters, 2 twin sized red and navy plaid
sheet sets, 2 matching window valances,
1 navy bedside lamp, 2 matching
bedskirts and 4 throw pillows. $150, call
Dana 584-6639
Prom gowns purchased at Cache' @
Governor Sq. Size 6-Coral, size small-
orange. Gorgeous gowns-worn approx. 2
hrs. MUST SEEI $75 each. 584-4041 or

Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
Yard Sale We us! Collectibles
Set-up B,*ery -laJMr- Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture

Yard sale- 503 E, Lafayette St. Some new
items, new namebrand bath items, disney
4-in-1 convertible crib, toddler clothes,
shoes, blankets and misc. items. Price as
Yard sale FRIDAY & SATURDAY 8 a.m. to
ALL DAY! Clothes, books etc. Great
dealsI New & Used, 107 E. Jane Avenue,
behind Tree Capitol.
Huge 3 Family Yard Sale Saturday March
24. 7 a.m. to Until. Lots of clothes all
sizes, toddler girl shoes and clothes, nail
tech items and cosmetology items,
vacuum, lots of toys still in packages, and
lots more stuff. Come see all we have and
great prices. 2634 Slaughter Rd. Turn
down rd. past Hwy Patrol Station. First
doublewide on right. Look for signs.
Yard sale next weekend March 29-31! 8
a.m. til ?? Bradshaw Blvd off Puckett. Lg
extention ladder, 36" marble round table
top, boat ladder, tools and more!

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Boat for Salel 2003 Aquasport 200 Osprey
w/ aluminum trailer, Excellent condition.
20 foot center console, 125 Mercury
Outboard Motor, canvas bimini top, boat
cover, dual battery charger, VHF Marine
radio, entertainment stereo-AM/FM CD
player w/ speakers, 6 console rod holders
and 6 built-in rod holders, Ready for
fishing or playing! $18,500 firm. 850-584-
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1998 Key West 19' Sportsman, 120 hp,
Fish Finder, Marine Radio, Bimini Top,
Galu Trailer w/cover. A-1 Shape! $7,000.
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
584-4008 after 5pm or leave message.

Pair of Seadoo's 1999 GTI 3 seater, new
motor, under warranty, new seals, battery,
and seat. 1993 XP 2 Seater, new starter,
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infants) Please call Hannah at 838-4194 or for lease, electric, water, gas and tras
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3/23-3/28 Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401,

Dodge Caravans & Plymouth Voyagers.
Call Bud Chute at 850-838-1168 or 850-
Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. $100 minimum paid to youl
Wanted Isuzu and Toyota trucks for
export. 386-688-3999.

The man that bought the motor for the
green '73 Chevy, please call 584-5543. I
was sick and couldn't meet you at the
Court House & I am really sorry.
Mature Christian lady to stay with your
loved one. Excellent references. Day or
night. Call 584-8327 ask for Joan.

Puppies for sale. Had 1st shots.
Lab/Bulldog, solid colors Black/choc. $25

1994 Sedan Deville Cadillac $7000. Call
584-2874. In great condition.

Toyota Celica GT For Sale: 2002 Toyota
Celica GT, Auto Trans, 44,500 miles,
excellent condition, P/W, P/D locks,
P/mirrors, sunroof, CD player, alloy
wheels, recent tires. Kelly Blue Book
retail $15,000 asking $12,500. Call 584-
4041 or 838-9127.

1994 F150, V8 2 wd, tool box included,
new tires and parts $1500 firm. John 584-
3553 or 838-6934.

2006 Mitsubishi Eclipse 2 door, 26;000
miles. $18,000 Phone number 672-1138.
2006 Toyota Tacoma 4x2 pickup, 11
months old, showroom condition.
Automatic, A/C, CD, factory bedliner,
Blue Book value $15,565. Will sell for
$14,700. Phone 838-2003.

For Sale: 1980 Chevy Impala. Call 584-

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

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

Westgate Hotel. Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable, AC/
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available) 1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-
Small Apartment for single or couple.
Fully furnished. All utilities paid. Off
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Room for rent private bath, private
entrance, living room, small fridge and
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For Rent: Senior Citizen room available
with kitchen, For more information call

WOW Brand New Beautiful 2000 Sq. Ft.
Homes oT 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.

.26 Acre lot in Perry City limits on
water/sewer/gas. Needs work. Old
foundation needs removal, old pool needs
filling, $4000 O.B.O. NO MOBILE
HOMES, Call Steve at 223-1764.

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 352-221-3341;
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.

Land for sale, 221 North between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
3/21tfnEF .
Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq.
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-
584-5891. Pete Fortner

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STRETCH OUT on the 5 acres
at this 3 BR/1 Bath Concrete
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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!

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

Library Tech (Full-time) $8.04
Day Camp Counselor (Temporary.
Locations: Perry & Steinhatchee) $6.68/hr
Fire Chief $35,000
Public Safety Director $35,000
Grants Administrative Secretary $11.88
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.
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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-

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Big Bend Hospice, the leader in
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Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars
Pocket Watches Diamonds
Postcards Sports MemQrabilia
S Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys
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ConvenieNce store manager needed.
Please aItly at Ware Oil & Supply
located 2a5 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. This
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For RN Fupervisor, LPN & CNA positions
ask for Peggy Powers, D.O.N., For Dietary
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leave message. Over 20 years of



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In the' Circuit Court. of the 3rd
Circuit, in and for Taylor Count
General Jurisdiction Division Cas
843 CA
Cltimortgage, Inc. : Plaintiff vs.
Ingram; unknown spouse of'
Ingram, if any; any and all i
parties claiming by, through, un
against the hereib named ir
defendants) who bre not knov
dead or alive, whether said L
parties may claim an intE
spouses, heirs, devisees, gra
other claimants; Taylor County
John Doe and Jane Doe as L
tenants in possession Defendan
Notice of Foreclosure Sale
Notice is hereby given pursu(
Summary Final Judgment of Fo
dated March 12, 2007 entered
Case No. 06-843 CA of the Circ
of the 3rd Judicial Circuit In and
County, Perry, Florida, I will se
highest and best bidder for cas
West Door -of the Courthousa
Taylor County Courthouse loc
108 North Jefferson Street
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 12
April, 2007 the following d(
property as set forth In said I
Final Judgment, to-wit:
The north 38.5 feet of lot 60
south 38.5 feet of lot 45, b
original town of Perry, Flo
recorded In plot book 1, page
public records of Taylor County
Any person claiming an Intere
surplus from the sale, If any, oat
the property owner as of the
the lis pendens, must file a. cla
60 days after the sale.
Dated this 13 day of March, 200
Annie Mad Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk


You drop it off
and we do the rest!
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Coin Laundry
1002 N. Jefferson Perry

Notice of a Public Hearing
re Concerning the Amendment to the City
S of Perry Land Development Regulations
ICE! By the planning and zoning board of the
pliance. City of Perry, Flonda, serving also the
local planning agency of the City of
Perry, Florida., notice is hereby given
that, pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163 3215, Florida Statutes, as
amended, and The Cry of Perry Land
Development Regulations, as
amended, hereinafter referred to as the
Land Development Regulations,
t a good objections, recommendations ohd
gs to you. comments concerning an amendment ,
38-9050. as described below, will be heard by
S he Planning and Zoning BOOrd of the
City of Perry, Flondo, serving also as the
Local Planning Agency of the City of
Perry, Florida, oa- a public hearing on April
n Care. 2,' 20'07 at 6*30 p m, or as soon
ates. We thereafter as -he matter can be heard,
38-1280. in the City Council Meeting Room, City'
Hall located at 224 South Jefferson
Street, Perry, Florida.
Z 07-002, an application by Ricardo J.
Fernandez, TO amend the Official Zoning
Atlas of the Land i:e ". e i.l.crr,er,
Regulaottons by chohgair. ir,. :..',,,,3
district from Residential, i"'r,.2. ir,..i.5
2 family/mobile home-2 i1:i. rIH H i ,I.
com mercial, neighbbrh.-':.' , I i i.-.,
l'property described, as fc.ii-..r
,'A parcel of land lying wi'r,,r, ,. :i.: r, : .
Township 4 South, RangE .,3.' io,.i,
1> [ County, Florida. Being m:.-: :- i."'6
'described, as follows: C.:rr r,: o~
est work the Northwest corner' of mr,,? ,:.Ir, ..e .
d d ;, .1/4. of the Southeast 1/4 ,- .:-P 3 ;.,-. .
ised and :..-.. r ,-,.- ...:, O.. 0 28 3 ', :
,painting, i,'--e r ,:.- ii.,.n 87"34,., .3.1 *-1 ''0
its, hom e t-t 1 r,- .. "'' ,, ,,1' :n ,.. iih', or
woodand ".i ..:-si i.-..--... oi,:':,,.na
, ceramic i,, e .' ,,r.; i .:-I 'I a 'I.e
(home) Qr Higr' ,-,-.:-_ ,:r, r ". .- ioa
Sir. r, ir.e E : ..i , hlg rn i I . I,,.e .
feet to the Point of Beginning; thr-,..:e
S continue South 33'57'12" East, alorn3g r
Edsterly right-of-way line of' saia -Ci.
Raolrooad (abandoned) 366.18' fee, t.:.
the North right-of-way line of Lee ,eeil.
thence Westerly, along the,'Nortil- grny
of-way of said Lee Street 151.19 fe.?t ..:.
the Westerly right-of-way line of so a -CL
Railroad (abandoned); thertce l.:.,.ir
?3. 7'l," ".'e't, along ,"9'e ei,, ,iilt
I i' .. of salon .:' h .311 h' a0
b or,.:.,-.-.a, 369.29 feet; thence rio.i-n
Services. ':J"'jt ast 152.48 feet to the Pori o .,
vacuum, Fe.., -,':
& etc, Will QG'Otaining 1.10 acre, more.or less:
ve, plan, Tha, oubic hearing may be continued to
ll Brenda , r'e .: ,-r, :,a, ,,j'.0 e ,: e, Any
irtm, t.aa.1 i]. u "n,31i I- '2.3.3 ,sed ,. i 3t
S I cin re ji .,iT, ar.3-13 c.roce o1 r 3r,
Sr crOir,u',:, .: *: i:he c...'Jo : hearing incil ,
be or,r,.:,r, :-.3 .3u-f0I rI9. CuDli, :
tes, Land ' ri.vrlna ,n.-i ;r,.31 :, ,-,,.cthe
val dumr E.ei,,,-,ig ir. ,- "rmin ',i ,t be puoDisr..5.3
bjShi' h Ig i-ihia ; :,':,.3 ":..r,i,,-,iJ.3i.,r' exceedss :r
W-ish hog 6 - s :o
eling and ,-oienaa6 .,.t'i: i,.-,- irns'daote, of ire
584 673 'dibve referenced public hearing. r
584 At the aforementioned public hearing
S. ,ll. Interested parties may appear to be
heard with respect to the amendment.
3 Co,:.e.: of the amendment are
i,o '.3:E r-l.'e for puje.ii: .n:c.r?:ti.:,rn ao r.e
T':e .:,f th e E ,* ,-::i : C.: ':- .elo p mo n'
SCity Hall located at 224 SoOth Jefferson
4ver,ue Perry, Florida, during regular'
y in the. businesss hours. .
r people I Al' persons ore advised that if they,, .
3usins decide to appeal any decisions made ''
-Business dt'the above, referenced Dublic'
0 p.m. at hearing, they will need a re.-o"i3 .o.i me
n hall on ;proceedings, and that for sacr. p.jrpose
85Q0778- tre. may need to ensure that a
rwt'.oiTi record of the proceedings is ,'n,
moa-? .vhich. record includes the.
rer.m.:.n,' and evidence upon which'
the:appeal is to be based ,

.' the Cirt, of Ferry Bco'tr. ci aOlust eni"
and ADDeaks will .hold public nearing in
'me Cur Council .meeting room, Penrfy, "
Judicial Ficida ,:.r f..nao, 4pi, ui 2 ri2007 or o 15'
y. FloridO j m or a: .,:r.: ine,eothert 3i po.::ile.
se No: 06- .:. nea an aopeal'.by Allen R. Zeigler to
E g oranrei' a Special Exception to
Ltnda L.. sole ,:,f Orchids at -"nE po en,'
Linda L. ae-ciied below:
unknown i. eg, D-scription: COM SE COR OF LOT
ider, and --, I BLK 'FOR POB RUN N 88D 11.1 d15 '.
ndlviduol ,. 2 6ofr TO E RW QUINCY S1 IN uP.E : !
wn to be 1 CONCnE TO W RADIUS ,OF 69551' FT
rest as 01, D29M OOS ARC DIST OF 18:01 FT TO SW
ntees or COR LOT 5 BLK 3 TH N 84D 18M. 07S E'
, Florida; 112.27 FT TO SW COR LOT 18 BLK 3 S 89D
unknown 47M 40S E 121.07 FT TO POB ALSO
ant to a Location of Property: 1117 N Jefferson,.
reclosure Street.
d In Civil Notice is hereby given, pursuant 'to''
;ult Court .'Florida. Statutes 286.0105, that ony
forTaylor person deciding to appeal any
ell to the decision of the Board of Adjustment with
sh at The respect to any matter considered oat
e at the the meeting will need a record of'the.
ated at meeting and may need to ensure that,
In Perry, verbatim record of the proceedings Is
th day of 'made; which record includes the,,
described testimony and evidence upon which'
Summary the appeal is to be based.
and the Robert A. Brown,
'lock 11, City Manager
rldo, as 3/23
1, of the
est In the .' .
other than : Notice is hereby given to' Harold D
date of Kilburn, Jr. Unless payment is made on
Im within 2004 BMW 7 Series VIN:
SWBAGN63544DS52601 for towing service
07. on 2/25/2007. Vehicle will be auctioned
on the 11th day of April, 2007 at 10 a.m ..
at Thomas Chervrolet 2128 Hwy 19 S,''


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In the Circuit Court of the 3rd Judicial
Circuit, in and for Taylor County, Florida
General Jurisdiction Division
Case No: 07-062 CA
ABN AMRO Mortgage Group, Inc., Plaintiff
vs. Danny Coxville, ET AL., defendanf(s).
Notice of Action Constructive Service
To: Danny Coxville; Unknown Spouse of
Danny Coxville
whose residence is unknown if
he/she/they be living; and if he/she/they
be dead, the unknown defendants Who
may be spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, lienors, creditors,
trustees, and all parties claiming an
interest by, through, under or against the
Defendants, who are not known to be deed
or alive, and all parties having or claiming
to have any right, title or interest in the
property described in the mortgage being
foreclosed herein.
You are hereby notified that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the following
property: . .. .
'lIo 3 bioth C of Ocean Pond
. isjv.ifion. a Subdivision as per plat
tfieof. 6ied at 'plat nook 1. pages 176-
i-76D of the' public recordss of Taylor
County Florida.
Together with a doublewide mobile home
VIN #HOGA20K02575A and..,'
HOGA20K02575B has been filed against'
you and you are required to serve a.copy
of your written defenses if any to it on
David J. Stern ESO Plamtiff's attorney,
Whose address i801 S University Drive
#500. Plantaton, FL 33324 on or before
SApril 13, 2007, (no later than 30 days from
the date of the first publication of' this
notice of action).and file the original with
the'clerk of this count either before service
on Plaiitiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter: otherwise a default will be
entered against you for -the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition filed
WaiIess my hand on the seal of this Court
at Taylor County. Florida, this 13 day of .
March, 2007.
Clerk of the Circud Court
By MIari Lavallre.
Deputy Clek

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