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April 20J-21, 20KI1


Serving the Te-: Capta


In Burnev shooting death


Family

The family of murder victim
Chavorski B. Burney has posted a
$5,000 reward for information
leading to the arrest and conviction
of the persons) responsible for his
death.


A two-mile stretch of Highway
19 will get a fkcelift as crews, are
scheduled to begin a $3 million
resurfacing and signal upgrade
project Monday, April 30, the
Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT)
announced Wednesday.
.The project will start at the
intersection of U.S. 19 and
Jefferson Street (near
Hardee's/Taylor Square Shopping
Center) and will end close to the
entrance of Doctors' Memorial
Hospital (DMH).
Crews are slated to resurface the
roadway with two new layers of
asphalt. The traffic signal at the
intersection of U.S. 19 and Main
Stieet: will also be upgraded and
replaced with a mast-arm signal.
Cre\rs are scheduled to begin
A drk on the Main Street signals on
Apil- 30. Work on the roadway
neac DMH is expected to begin in
the second week of May. Lane
closures will be required, but not
allowed between the hours of 7-9
a.m. and 4-6 p.m. due to morning
and afternoon traffic volumes. .
In addition to the resurfacing
and signal work, -the project
. includes:
Adding five-foot paved
shoulders on each side of the
roadway in areas where there is no
curb;
Replacing cracked sidewalk;
Removing the old rails and.
Railroad ties at the abandoned
railroad crossing at Richard Bell
Avenue and West Drew Street;
Widening the median opening
at Main Street; and
Upgrading the guardrail near
DMH.-
Anderson Columbia Company
Inc. of Lake City is under contract
to the FDOT to complete the
project within three months,
.barring any weather related delays
or unforeseen circumstances.


PPD issues

mail scam

aIlert for


residents


I The Perry Police Department is
warning residents to beware of a
sarfam involving counterfeit
travelers checks.
-. "Some local residents have
reported receiving what appears to
be legitimate travelers check in the
mail, with instructions to cash
them, keep a percentage of the
money and forward the rest to
third party. However, the checks
are counterfeits and the whole
thing is a scam," PPD Capt. Jamie
.Cruse said.
': "The return addresses are to
offshore accounts and Canada.
Individuals receiving these checks
need to contact law enforcement
,with the information. Remember,
the person who cashes a
counterfeit check is the one held
liable for the loss," he said.
* Cruse also advised residents to
be alert when checking their mail.
""It's income tax return time and
you need to be diligent in
collecting your mail."


covers



Perry

A smoky haze which blanketed
Perry Thursday' morning was
carried here from a 30,000-acre
wildfire in southern Georgia near
Waycross.
"The same fire smoked in
Jacksonville Wednesday. Due to
the north winds Thursday
morning, the smnoke came into our
area, prompting several calls to
911 dispatch centers as well as to
the Division of Forestry (DOF)
communications center," DOF
District Manager John Fish said.
"Aerial patrols and fire
detection look-outs confirmed no
current threatening fires in our
area. We are currently working 13
wildfires in our area, all of which
are currently contained and are no
threat to property."
", Please see page 3


Taylor County staff is continuing
to meet with staff from the Florida
, Department of Community Affairs
ahead of an impending
administrative hearing concerning
building densities along the
county's coastline.
County Administrator Jack
Brown. updated commissioners
Tuesday night 'on the county's
efforts, adding that DCA's latest
request was a "complete build-out"
of the county's coastline.
The issue, which, has been
ongoing for the past several
years, concerns the county's
Evaluation and Appraisal Report,
which must be filed every seven
years.
In early 2006, DCA declared


part of the county's comprehensive
plan "not in compliance,"
objecting to the county's response
to the department's Objections,
Recommendations and Comments
report.
At issue are the allowable
building densities in land zoned
mixed-use urban development in
areas designated "coastal high
hazard area" (CHHA) if water and
sewer services are available.
The county says it's 20 units per
acre; DCA says it's four.
Brown told commissioners he is"
currently trying to set up an
additional meeting to continue the
discussions.
He added that, although the
density issue has yet to be


Collection of boat


ramp fees confined


to Keaton Beach?
Although a payment box requesting a $5 fee is located at the Aucilla
River boat ramp, the county does not currently have the authority to
enforce it.
County commissioners and staff discussed the issue Tuesday night,
determining that the wording in the boat ramp ordinance only authorizes
the county to impose the $5 fee at the Keaton Beach boat ramp.
The county began charging the fee at the Keaton Beach ramp in June
2002. Later than year, commissioners adopted an ordinance which allowed
Taylor County residents to purchase an annual permit to use at the boat
ramp.
In November 2004, then County Administrator Buddy Humphries
recommended the commission operate the Aucilla boat ramp in the same
manner as Keaton Beach--charging a $5 fee. Also discussed was offering
the $20 annual permit to anyone, rather than just county residents.
The resulting ordinance, which was approved in February 2005, did
expand eligibility for the annual permit, but it did not address specifically
the $5 fee at the Aucilla boat ramp.
"County Code Enforcement Officer Don Love informed me that his
interpretation of the amended language, as found in the code of
ordinances, did not provide him with authority to enforce the $5 fee at the
"-* Please see page 3


ts $5,000 reward


Burney was found shot to death
May 28, 2006, in a vehicle parked
behind the Temple of God Church
on Sandra Street.
"He was a kind-hearted person
who didn't deserve this at all,"


Burney's younger sister, Sierra,
said Thursday.
"His birthday was March 31--he
would have been 24. Our family
held a small gathering to celebrate
his birthday and to remember him.


He had planned to propose to his
girlfriend on the day he was
killed," (Sierra) Burney said.
"This is affecting our whole
family. We would like closure and
some answers and we need'


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Thursday morning crash
Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Allan Kennard surveys the damage in a one-vehicle accident
on Highway 221 just south of Boyd Road Thursday morning, April 19. The driver of the
vehicle, Robert C. Fico, 23, received minor injuries and was treated at'Doctors' Memorial
Hospital. Fico was traveling south on U.S. 221 and drifted into the bridge railing on the west
side of the highway; he then over-steered to the left causing his 2007 Mitsubishi to cross the
roadway and strike the opposing bridge railing. The car rotated counterclockwise and came to
a final rest on the east side of the bridge, facing north. Taylor County Sheriff's Office deputies
Lynn Gilbreath, Pam Giacomucci and Gregg Gulbrandsen assisted with traffic control. Taylor
County Fire-Rescue also assistedat the scene. (Photo by Angela M. Castelucci)'


someone to be brought to justice
' for this.
"He didn't really have any
enemies. He stayed to himself and
"-* Please see page 3


Local pastor

near scene

of Va. Tech

shooting
When local pastor Jim Brinkley
traveled to Virginia this past
weekend to visit family, he had no
idea that he would have a close
call with history.
Brinkley spent the weekend in
Roanoke, Va., which is located
about 20 miles away from
Blacksburg, home to the campus
of Virginia Tech and on Monday
morning the site of what is being
called the worst shooting spree in
modern American history.
While living, in the area, many
friends and family members
attended the university and the
store he worked for sold pianos to
its music department, Brinkley
said.
"I feel connected to that school,"
he said.
Brinkley was traveling home
Monday morning shortly after 9
on Interstate 81. As he approached
Blacksburg, he saw police lights
behind him.
"I thought, 'oh, no,'" he said. "I
thought I wasleing pulled over.
"Then I saw two cars, then
three, then more. They just wanted
me to move over."
Brinkley said he turned on the
radio and heard the early reports of
the first shooting. Reports now say
student Cho Seung-hui, 23,
entered West Ambler Johnston
Hall, a dormitory, and killed two
people inside.
"I passed the exit for the
campus," Brinkley said. "Then I
saw more police cruisers coming
from the other way. Ten or more."
The radio announced shortly the
news of the second shooting spree
in which Seung-hui reportedly
killed 31 people in Norris Hall.
"I kept the radio on th6 whole
way, changing stations whenever
one would go out," Brinkley
continued. "By the time I made it
to Interstate 88 on my way south,
the news had gotten very bad."
.* Please see page 3


resolved, the county is due to turn
in its next Evaluation and
Appraisal Report to DCA by
July 1.
County Building Director Danny
Griner said Wednesday the county
is working with the North Florida
Regional Planning Council to
get the report ready by the
deadline.
If it is not turned in on time, all
pending comprehensive plan
amendments in'the county would
be put on hold.
In an unrelated issue, county
staff met with DCA concerning the
department's objections to
two comprehensive amendments
passed by the commission in
November concerning the Taylor


Energy Center, a proposed 800-
megawatt, coal-fired power
plant.
According to Griner, staff met
with ,DCA Wednesday to discuss
the amendments and changes
TEC officials (the amendment's
applicant) have made.
"They're moving forward,"
Griner said.
"They've addressed most of
[DCA's] concerns."
Once the changes are ready, the
amendments will have to go back
before the county commission for
a final vote.
Griner said the amendments are
"pretty close," and added that TEC
still had some more data to collect
for DCA.


All for Special Olympics
Some $6,000 was raised by local law enforcement during its annual Torch Run for Special
Olympics benefit held last week. Above, Sheriff L.E. "Bummy" Williams and Perry Police
Department Chief Vern Clark, along with event coordinators Dannielle Ellison and Terri
Young, present a check to Special Olympics Coach Lisa Arrowood.


Index

r Perry News-Herald
Two sections 118th ear, No. 16
Lucid Druid p. B42 Iwww.perrynewspapers.0com


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


Community ........ . .B-1
Entertainment ......... B-2-
TV listings ............ B-3
Classified ......... . .B-4


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Friday
79 / 50*


Saturday
78/510


Sunday
82 / 49


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'facelift' Smoke


On comprehensive plan


County continues dance with DCA


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Foley reunion
this Saturday
SWhen the town of Foley
dispersed, several of its buildings
Also found new addresses. Here, Dr.
W.J. Baker's office is caught in
transit from its old location on the .
Buckeye Foley Mill property to a new
site on property owned by Dr. Baker
on U.S. 19 about a mile south of
Beach Road, where it was used by
the doctor for his medical practice. 5 W9
The fourth annual Foley Reunion will -"g
be held this Saturday, April 21, at
Forest Capital Hall. All former
residents and their families are
invited to gather at 10 a.m. and to
bring "any Foley memorabilia you
:may have," organizers said. A
covered dish luncheon will be
served. .





Foley's kitchen secrets
kl y5-


* In 1951, members of the Lantana
Garden Club (based in Foley)
published "Kitchen Secrets."
The cookbook offered a range of
menu selections, from "green
tomato chow chow" to snowflake
meatballs and Florida sunshine
pudding.
The following are a few our
favorites plucked from the pages of
Foley's "best."
French Dressing
(by Mrs. O.L.Wakeman)
1 c. oil--salad or olive
1/2 c. sugar 1/2 tsp. salt








THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
April 20, 1972

TAYLOR TO LEAD FIGHT ON
STATE RE-APPORTIONMENT
Bold headlines declared the
county's intent to lead the fight
against the state legislature's recent
reapportionment plan which would
split Taylor County in two parts for
voting purposes.
"I got the impression that we
were the first to walk into their
offices with objections," reported
County Attorney Dan Dansby to
the county leaders. The
commission encouraged Dansby to
file an objection with the State
Supreme Court by the end-of-the-
week deadline, and "to do us a
. good job," urged Bob Millinor.

KEATON BEACH
SPEED LIMITED
SThe county commission also
z' voted to place a 15 m.p.h. speed


grated onion 1/2 c, catsup
1/4 c. vinegar. 1/4 tsp. paprika
clove of garlic
Beat well with egg beater or shake
well in bottle. Makes one pint.
Scalloped Potatoes
(by Mrs. Erdman West Jr.)
2 c. thinly sliced ham, cooked
1 c. thinly sliced onion
4 c. thinly sliced white potatoes
2 c. med white sauce
Cook sliced potatoes in 1/2 inch
boiling salted water for 10 minutes.
Drain and arrange in alternative layers
with onions and ham in a greased


casserole. Pour the white sauce over
and bake, uncovered, in a moderate
oven of 350 degrees for 45 minutes or
until potatoes are tender.
White Sauce
Melt 4 tbsp. butter in top part of
double boiler; stir in 4 tbsp. flour, salt
and pepper, then stir until thoroughly
blended. Add 2 c. milk gradually, while
stirring, and cook over boiling water
until smooth and thickened, stirring
constantly.

Sweet Potato Balls
(by Hazel McGill)
2 c. mashed sweet potatoes


3 tbsp. melted butter
1/2 tsp. salt
1 beaten egg
1/2 cjorange juice
2 tsp. honey or sugar.
6 marshmallows
crushed corn flakes,
- Add orange juice, ,butter and
seasoning to- sweet potatoes and mix
well. The mixture should be dry
enough to be handled easily. .
Shape into balls with marshmallows
in center of each.
Roll in egg and corn flakes, brush
with butter and bake until brown, in
about 400-degree oven.


an.ce .at te past


limit on the unpaved portion of
Keaton Beach' Road'and to.erect;a
"Danger" sign at the wooden
bridge.

SPORTS PUTS
TAYLOR ON MAP
Taylor County High School was
awarded the Florida Crown
Conference All-Sports Trophy for
the best all-around sports program,
and TCHS Baseball Coach
Lawrence Holt was honored-as the
conference baseball Coach of the
Year.
The football Coach of the Year
was Elmer Coker of Monticello.
Speaker for the banquet was Jack
Youngblood, defensive tackle for
the Los Angeles Tigers. The
conference included six area
schools.
Perry athletes who -received
individual awards.included:
Football-David Sullivan, Ray
Branch,! Mike Wilder, Adonald
Hill, Marshall Millican, Terry
Jackson and Mitch Schrenk,
Basketball- Terry White and


Chris Burgess;
-"BHaball-Tommy Joiner, Hardee
Ratliff and Stuart Mixon;
Track- Roger King, Scott
Nobles, Andy Tate, Gherry Rholle
and Neal Schrenk.

PARKER TO SEEK
RE-ELECTION
Taylor County Supervisor of
Elections Wayne Parker
announced his intentions to seek
re-election to the post he has held
since 1967 when he succeeded
Mrs. Wiley Lee following her
death.

DISTINGUISHED
LEADERSHIP
ACKNOWLEDGED
Mrs. Eunice Welch was pictured
presenting a plaque to Mrs. Phyllis
Newport for "distinguished
leadership" to the March of Dimes
campaign. Mrs. Jane Merritt and
Mrs. Jane Sanders were also
recognized. This year's campaign
exceeded its $5000 goal.

COUEY, HOOVER
PLAN WEDDING
Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Couey of
Perry announced the engagement
of their daughter, Debbie, to Butch
Hoover, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Hoover of Perry. A June
17 wedding was planned.

RAFFERTYS RETURN
TO PERRY
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rafferty of
Glen Ellyn, ill., returned to Perry
to visit the Perry Air Base where he
was stationed during World War II.
The couple was pictured on the
"Women's World" page as they
talked of their wedding 27 years
ago in the Immaculate Conception
Catholic Church. They were
traveling south to view the Apollo
16 take-off on April 23.

WHO'S NEW?
Heidi Lucretia Denmark was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
Denmark Jr. on April 14 at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
(DMH). She weighed 7 pounds.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Swain
announced the birth of their
daughter, Malissa Dawn, at the
local hospital on April 16. She
weighed 9 pounds, 11.25 ounces.
Willie Frank Bowles Jr. was the
name given to the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Willie F. Bowles Sr. He was
born April 13 at DMH and
weighed 8 pounds, 1.25 ounces.


Mr. and Mrs. Bobby L. Lewis
were thci,proii.l p,'cr~1n,. 1:,. By,,h',
Lee Lewis Jr. who came into the
world on April 6, weighing 8
pounds, 6 ounces.

BASEBALL HEADLINES
TELL THE STORY...
One headline declared,
"Bulldogs squeeze by Wakulla 8 to
7 in 10-inning contest." The
Bulldogs were at bat '46 times-.in
the long, drawn-out game for
which Griff Hendry was credited
with the win.
"TCHS defeats Cougars 14-7."
Tommy Joiner was credited with
the win in this game for. which the
team took a 5-1 lead in the first
inning and never let go.
"Baseball team whips Quinoy to
climax a winning season." The
team finished with,a .13-3 record
after defeating Quincy 3-0.
ROUGH RIDING
Rough Rider Harold Padgett was
pictured making a fast turn on "Ole
Blue" at the Dixie Horse Frolic
Association meet.'

ECOLOGY CONTEST
PLANNED
Jim Southerland was pictured
with Carroll Lamb, executive
director of the Florida Forestry
Association, and other forestry
reps planning an Ecology Contest
to be held in conjunction with the
1972 Florida Forest Festival.

WILDERNESS EXPERIMENT
ENDS IN 10 DAYS
The two local men who planned
to spend 30 days in the wilderness
of Taylor County cut their- trip
short to 10 days after one fell ill.
Harold Whiddon and Nathan
Mosley entered the woods near
Hagen's Cove and camped the first
evening near Piney Point where
Mosely noted in his journal, "we
fed all the mosquitoes in the
swamp" and were unable to sleep.
The next day they were almost
driven from their camp by sand
gnats. They had a breakfast of
swamp cabbage before progressing
to Piney Point where the slight
breeze gave them relief from the
gnats. They rigged a makeshift tent
and spent the next few days
crabbing and fishing. Whiddon,
however, developed a rash for
which they had to return to seek
medical help. The two pledged
that they would try it again when
Whiddon had fully recovered.


"The trick is to mock the monkey and make a f s
getaway before he spots you," said my friend witl a
mischievous smile. But, I knew better--an encourifr
with him early on had taught me that some things are
better left alone. .-::
Dead-Shot, as I came to call him, was one of ,the
main attractions at the little roadside zoo in Salem,.
He earned his infamous name from me in honor of hli
amazing accuracy at nailing you with spit. He -sag
near the back of the cage seemingly ignoring everyone
that passed by. Waiting for him to make his mov6,I
'could see his beady little eyes calculating who in 'iff
crowd would receive a spit-bath for the day. As othdej
"oohed and aahed" about how cute he was, I knew
from experience that his looks were deceiving. T his
knowledge, and the fact that I had been on the
receiving end of his darker side led me to approach
his cage very guardedly, always staying out of range
of his ammunition, wet, slobbering spit. -::
On my first visit to the zoo, sometime in the fifties
when I was about 10 or 11, I was an innocent just like
other folks. Daddy had discovered the' newly opened
zoo near Salem on Highway 19 as he made the ret4W
trip to, Perry from the logging woods. He figured t4
was a good opportunity to expand the World of h!s
children to include the exotic side of nature. Up until
that time our knowledge of the animal kingdom was
limited to the domestic and farm variety. Oh, we iQA
seen monkeys and such on our recently purcha@rd
television, but the chance to see them "up close anii
personal" was a whole new ballgame for us. AsI' f
.traveled the 15 or so miles from Perry to Salem,,,we
teeLered 0n-'the, edge of our 'seat a 1;;lpg9klif9r, tl
big colorful sign indicating the zoo's entrance. "O1kaya
there's the turn," Daddy announced as he wheeled
the car to the right and pulled into an empty parking
spot. With Mama's word of caution "to not run bff'
ringing in our ears, we spilled out of the car and caine
to a dead-still stop almost immediately. The "aii-
around us was rich with animal calls and sound' 6f
the wild. Grinning from ear to ear, Daddy said, '"Let
the games begin."
As we lined up close behind him and Mamra,, a
donation was deposited and we pushed the turnsUte
to enter a place we had never been before. Dartang
our eyes from side to side, what lay before us was just
about more than we could digest at one helping.
Animals of every size and color were displayed-in
open cages that lined the entire perimeter of-The
enclosure. With heartfelt awe for God's creation Wt
joined our excited voices to the cacophony of souijd
that surrounded us. "Stay together girls," said Dadldy
as Leta and I started off in opposite directio6is.
Coming to a compromise on the direction we'd t .,
we made our way toward the cages containing birds.
Our 'eyes widened with disbelief as we. watched ,the
parrots and cocktails parade their vibrant. .colored
feathers. To our utter amazement, a pair of peacoc s
spread their tail-feathers as they strutted across tlte
jungle-like floor of the cage. After thaf first taste, je
quickly worked our way from cage to cage, past tle
bear, the panther, an elephant, snakes slitheri g
behind glass enclosures, and finally coming to a dead
stop, we stood in front of the cage of the biggest
monkey imaginable. As I turned my head to the side
to get a better view, the monkey did tle
same...figuring it was a fluke, I turned my head in tfie
other direction, the monkey did the same. By thlt
time a small crowd had assembled behind me and I
saw it as the perfect opportunity to show off r4y
acting abilities so I stood glued to the sjpt,
continuing to make slow turns with my head. Tle
monkey drew closer to the bars and appeared to Be
enjoying the game of "monkey see, monkey do" s
much as me. The show came to an abrupt stop whin
the monkey gauged his distance close enough to
make a direct hit and let the spit fly! When the slk
of what had hit my face registered, I felt the slow.,r d
burn of embarrassment creep up my body. M"a
came to the rescue with a napkin to wipe my ja e
clean and to enclose me with her arms to block'ao t
the laughter from the crowd at the monkey's anti'.
Like most lessons remembered in life, the onesVyiu
experience for yourself cause you to find a better '4y
to deal with the situation. So it was with me d
"Dead-Shot." I made numerous trips to Salem kd&,
often with family and with my classmates it(cn
school, but I never let the "monkey spit" land in' my
face again. I knew how close I needed to be to his cage
to play his little game without a drop of spit touch'ig
me.. After a few times, he mostly ignored me. Just l e
most bullies, when he couldn't get the upper hand on
me, he backed out of the game.
Delores L. Walker can be reached at edmwalk@windstream.net
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y rO. April 20-21, 2007
Serrya

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Perry Florida (850) 584-5513


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Publisher Managing Editor

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


Commeri


returns t
Me harvest of commercial
onges by diving will be legal in
of Northwest Florida marine
aiers beginning July 1.
t1'he Florida Fish and Wildlife
observationn Commission (FWC)
lijroved a rule Thursday to extend
$e: area where harvest of
(oirimercial sponges is allowed by
giving from west of 84 degrees
i/eit longitude, near Cabell Point
qn! the Taylor-Jeff6rson County
!ni, to Cape San Blas.
SThe rule also specifies that all
cofntmercial sponges taken by
rivers must be cut rather than
guild from the sea bottom.
'e commercial harvest of
sp<.ges in Florida is a historical
ishery that is principally
concentrated along the central Gulf
if Mexico near the traditional
pqige docks in Tarpon Springs


cial sponge diving


o Northwest Florida


and in the Florida Keys. This
fishery is the source of natural
sponges used for a variety of
household cleaning purposes and "
also supports a curio trade.
Of the many species of sponges
that occur in Florida, only a few
are sought after by the fishery and
regulated. These species are called
"commercial sponges" and include
the sheepswool, grass, yellow,
glove, finger, wire, reef and velvet
sponges.
Commercial sponges can now be
legally harvested by diving in all
state waters north of the
southernmost point of Egmont
Key, northward and westward to
the 84 degrees west longitude line.
They also may be harvested by
diving in all state waters beyond 3
nautical miles from the shoreline
south of Egmont Key to the


Monroe and Collier county line.
Commercial fishers requested
that state waters in the northern
Gulf also be open to sponge
harvest, and the FWC believes this
fishery will be limited and will
'have negligible impacts to sponge
abundance.
Current regulations specify that
persons wishing to land sponges in
commercial quantities must
possess a valid Saltwater Products
License and a valid sponge
endorsement.
Legally harvestable commercial
sponges must also be at least five
inches in diameter, and there are
areas specified where sponges may
and may not be taken by diving. A
daily recreational bag limit of 10
commercial sponges per day also
applies, and sponging in Biscayne
National Park is prohibited.


'Lifeline' sign-up streamlined


Florida Public Service
C6oinmission (PSC) Chairman Lisa
Polak Edgar and Florida
Department of Children and
Families (DCF) Secretary Bob
Blpterworth this week joined.,
Representative Juan Zapata, and
&tl r state leaders to announce the
la nch of automatic Lifeline
enrollment. The PSC and DCF
developed the process to better
sere low-income Floridians who
e"ai~ receive a monthly credit on
flibir telephone bills.
z_':The Florida ,Public Service
Commission is committed to
gnreasing participation in the
Lifeline program," said Chairman
dgar. "The new automatic


Fees to i


process will enable more eligible
consumers in Florida to receive
assistance with their telephone
needs."
Under the federal Lifeline
program, telephone consumers
who participate in certain public
assistance programs are entitled to
receive a basic telephone service
discount of at least $13.50 per
month--or more than $160 per
year--from the federal Universal
Service Fund. Currently, only
about 12 percent of Florida
households that are eligible to
receive this federally funded
discount are receiving it.
Launched April 4, the new
enrollment process encourages


increase?


.QAT RAMP
Continued from page 1
Wu-cilla boat ramp," Griner said in a memorandum to the commission.
"'"After reviewing the code of ordinances, I informed [County
Administrator) Jack Brown that I agreed with Don's interpretation and that
Swuo"tld'naahfby6ethentf;hthf'$. ?s e aet'he A tikllal boat'ramp until
s-ih time as the ordinance was amended."
-Zbmmission Chairman Malcolm. Page said he agreed with Griner's
assessment and added that he believed it was the intent of the commission
4t'the time to impose the fee at Aucilla.
.,-Cpmmissioner Clay Bethea made a motion to have County Attorney
Cpnrad Bishop draft an ordinance to impose the $5 fee for boat ramps
underr the jurisdiction of the county. Commissioner Mark Wiggins
scbonded.
"1Brown suggested commissioners make other changes to the language to
make it less specific to the Keaton Beach ramp.
' Bethea also addressed the possibility of changing the amount of the fee,
ofihng that other areas charge more.
?Phge.stated he was not ready to discuss increasing the fee Tuesday.
Sombrnmissioners did agree to alter the ordinance's language to allow the
iatd to change fee levels by resolution. The 2005 ordinance, however,
already gives the commission that option.
:.'.When asked Wednesday, Griner,said that the changes would not affect
he Dark Island boat ramp because the county does not currently have a
pay.box located there.
.'T'he county could add a pay box, but "it would be up to the discretion of
the commission," he said.
'he new language would also allow the commission to charge at future
b t ramps, such as a boat ramp in Steinhatchee, Griner added.


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DCF customers applying online
,for other public assistance
programs to sign up for Lifeline
assistance. The applicant is
required to respond during the
DCF application process as to
whether he or she is interested in
receiving the Lifelifne discount.
Certified DCF applications will be
forwarded to the PSC on a weekly
basis for processing with the
customer's telephone company.
"This partnership between the
Department of Children and
Families and the Florida Public
Service Commission makes
perfect sense," said Secretary
Butterworth.
"Many of the people who apply
for benefits through the
Department struggle to make ends
meet, even put food on' the table.
You can imagine the difficulty of
paying a monthly phone bill. The
Lifeline program will provide
low-income consumers with
affordable telephone service and
we're proud to be part of it."
Eligibility through the automatic
enrollment procedure is
determined by participation in one
of the following programs:
Temporary Cash Assistance
(TCA)
Food Stamps
Medicaid
Consumers may also apply for
Lifeline assistance through their
phone companies by faxing or
mailing an application available on
the PSC website. Last October, the
PSC launched an automated online
application on its website. This
process allows consumers to enter
their information and submit an
application online, eliminating the
need to print, fill out, and mail or
fax a request for the benefit to their
telephone company.
For more information, visit
www.floridapsc.com.


Thank you
Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce Director Dawn Taylor, right,
of appreciation to Liska Gooding, president of the Perry Garden Club, in
club's "outstanding" contribution's to the chamber and community.


Burning


permits


halted

SMOKE
Continued from page 1
Fish noted that "in spite of
recent rains, the fire danger
remains high and burning
authorizations have been
suspended. We are asking the
public to hold off on any open
burning if at all possible."
Several fires are continuing
to bum across South Georgia.
"There have been numerous
evacuations," and ,.'hqjompes
destroyed by these wildfires.
Florida wildland firefighters
pre assisting the Georgia
Forestry Commission in
suppression efforts."


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recognition of the


'Someone needs


to step forward'


REWARD
Continued from page 1
I think he was an innocent
bystander," she said.
The reward is being posted by
Burney's mother, Josephine
Burney and his sister.
Anyone with information is


asked to contact Perry Police
Department detectives Jim
Wiggins or Ben Flowers at 584-
5121. All callers may remain
anonymous.
"We need for someone to step
forward with information so that
we can catch the murderer,"
Wiggins said.


'Very, very sad


LOCAL PASTOR
Continued from page 1
He kept the radio on until
.;he- ;returned i .to-:: Perry and.., ahe
began to receive calls from family
and friends back in, Virginia
asking if he had heard the


news.
"As far as I know, no family or
friends were among the injured,"
he said.
It is very, very sad. jI ust
happened to be there right when
they found out about the second
shooting."


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A-4 Perry News-Herald April 20-21


Sunset beach ceremony

unites Martin, McNeill
Jennifer Marie "Jenny" Martin and Justin "Tyler" McNeill exchanged
wedding vows on March 6, 2007 in a sunset ceremony on St. Petersburg
Beach.
The bride is the daughter of Frank and Rhonda Martin of Jacksonville.
She is a 2005 graduate of Bishop Kenny High School, employed by
Starbucks in Tallahassee where she is a student at Florida State University.
The groom is the son of Tommy and Terri McNeil of Monticello. He is
the grandson of Harry and Betty Brown of Attapulgus, Ga., formerly of
Perry, and Toppy Vann of Greensboro, Ga. The groom is a 2002 graduate
of Aucilla Christian Academy and a 2005 graduate of Florida State
University. He is now employed with Capital Preferred Insurance Co.
The couple now lives in Monticello where a reception was held in their
honor at the Mays House.

Reminders
fThomas-Haywoodt
Sonja Thomas and Carlos Haywood remind friends and relatives of their
wedding Saturday, April 21, at 5 p.m. in Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist
Church.
Courtney
John and June Courtney will be honored on the occasion of their 50th
wedding anniversary with a reception Saturday, April 21, at 4 p.m. in St.
Johns Fellowship. Friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend; no
gifts, please.


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Mr. and Mrs. Justin "Tyler" McNeill


May wedding plans
:.Tammy Lynn Bass and Daniel Jason Bennett, both of Perry,
Wil be married May 5, 2007, at 5:30 p.m. in Mt. Carmel
Baptist Church. A reception will immediately follow. All
friends and relatives of the couple are cordially invited.


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kicking off Early Childhood
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EASTER


A-5 Perry News-Herald April 20-21, 2007




HUNT


Hundreds turned
out for the annual
Easter Egg Hunt
and Fun Day
hosted by Perry
Masonic Lodge
186 at Loughridge
Park on Easter
Sunday, April 8.
More than 30
cases of eggs
were hidden
around the park
for the young and
young-at-heart to
find. Free hot
dogs and drinks
were served
throughout the
afternoon.


Holding up their prize eggs are Delilah Thomas, Mary
Thomas and Jakare Lee.


With Easter baskets in hand, youngsters
of the Easter egg hunt.


rush out of the gate t at Loughridge Park at the start


Photos by Wayne Dunwoody

Perry Primary registration
evening session Tuesday
Paents of incoming kindergartners may pick up registrationpackets in,
advance of Tuesday's orientation.
Pickets are available at Perry Primary School, which will hold an
everting. registration session Tuesday, April 24, starting at 5:30 p.m.
This will be the only evening session planned. For more information,
contact the school at 838-2506.



Tales from the

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SMike Gelinas


Historic St. Augustine
..Editor's Note: Nine months ago, Mike Gelinas and his wife of 32 years,
Karin, decided to sell the house, the furniture and most of their belongings, to.
travel across America in a 35-foot motorhome dubbed "The Beast." Their travels
have taken them from North Bay, Ontario, Canada, to a quaint little village called
Steinhatchee. Mike and his wife have been there since the end of January and
are exploring and writing about the attractions in and around Taylor County.
Mike is a previous dean at a private college in Canada and also owned two
radio stations in Northern Ontario before retiring. In addition to finding his
reporting "very accurate," he believes you may also learn a thing or two about
business, tourism or marketing.
:In 1888, Henry Flagler came to Florida to build a railway across the
State of Florida. He wound up building some of the nicest hotels in all
of America. The Ponce De Leon hotel in St. Augustine was built in
the late 1800's to accommodate travelers from the northern states who
wanted to get away from the harsh winters. The plan was to make St.
Augustine the winter destination for the rich Northern visitors.
The hotel was only open for three months of the year and Flagler
insisted on collecting rent for all three months whether the visitor
stayed for the full three months or not.
The Ponce De Leon hotel eventually became a college called
Flagler College. Most of the furniture in the building is authentic from
the end of the last century and every room is different. Some rooms
were very small, presumably for the servants who came with the
guests, while others were apartment-size rooms.
"- Another feature of St. Augustine is the downtown area. Cars are not
allowed on the streets as pedestrians by the hundreds line the quaint
little shops. Everything--from clothes to ice cream to cigars-- is
:available. Most bars have entertainment and the restaurants all cater
:to, the tourist.


Marcus Dowdell, the lodge's Wishful Master, helped his
daughter in the hunt for prize Easter eggs.


Jakare Lee was all business when it came time to hunt
Easter eggs.


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A-6 Perry News-Herald April 20-21, 2007 h


By PAT McGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service,"
Sheesh mareesh...the W-I-N-D
just doesn't want me to make any
money this year, as I canceled,
(rescheduled) three days (SatWrday
to Monday) due to high winds.
Some few folks decided tb go
anyway and a couple of those
caught a few fish. Here is all I
have:
Last Wednesday, I took, JoyCe
Clark of Ocala out and we h'ad;
blast. After no fish for three-and--#-
half hours, the trout decided to
turn it on and for an hour-and-a-
half Joyce caught a limit of trout
and we threw back five trout more
than 20 inches long and another
limit of keepers. She caught -Pimst:
of the fish and was fishing with
live pinfish under Cajuns. I caught
: a few including two over 20 on
Bite-A-Bait fighters in the: GG
pattern. Our fish came from 3.5-4
feet of water on the first hour of
the incoming tide. Joyce released a
five-pound trout, 24.5 inches long
for our largest of the day.,
From Sandy Beach-Manning:
"Lynn and Cliff Carswell braved
the weather this weekend and it
paid off! They caught 101 fish
including trout, spanish and blacks
:- except one lady, one sucker and
two catfish in 5-6 feet of water




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each Face Florida High Tuesday


'Dogs host district

The Taylor County High against .jhe secondd seeded The two winners of Tu


baseball team will face Florida
High in the first round of the
district tournament to be played at
Perry's Pace field next week.
The Bulldogs (2-4), the
tourney's third seed, will square off


Seminoles (4-2) in Tuesday's.
nightcap beginning at 7 p.m. In
Tuesday's other first-round contest,
top-seededed Madison (5-1 ) ill face
fourth seeded Hamnulton County 1-
5) at 4p.M,' i


games will face off for the di
title Thursday at 7 p.m.
those teams will advance t(
state playoffs with the wi
hosting a first-round game an
loser having to hit the road.


Jumping sturgeon injure,


woman on the Suwannei


A jumping sturgeon .injured' a
woman, knocking her from her
personal watercraft (PWC) and
into the Suwanriee River, March
31.
Sharon Touchton, 50, of St.
Petersburg, was traveling, north on
the river with her PWC club,
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
investigators said. The group had
, .launched from Yellow Jacket boat
' ramp, where they had been
camping.
Just upriver from the Wannee
Boat Ramp, approximately five
miles west of Bell, Touchton


entered a large curve in the river at
about '25 ,o 30 miles per hour.
Other members of her club had
spread themselves out, so there
were no witnesses i6 thecodllision.
Touchion's husband, Nick, was
next to enter the curve and found
.her floating face-down in the
,water, according to FWC officials.
Club members flagged down a
'passing pontoon boat, which
brought Touchton to the Wannee
boat ramp, where she was met by
emergency medical personnel.
Touchton was airlifted to
Shands Hospital in Gainesville


KEATON BEACH MARINA
17 Miles South of Perry on the Taylor County Coast


using Berkley Gulp Shrimp under
a Cajun Thunder. At one time,
they .had fish on all rods and hung
Sa tarpon!"
Friday morning, I had Chuck
Kessler of Thomasville, Ga., out
and we managed to land a limit of
trout after a tough early morning
with only one trout in three hours.
Then at 10:30 a.m. we found a
bite and Chuck caught six keepers
; on six casts from 3.5-4 feet of
S. water.: He used live pinfish under
Cajuri Thunders (24-inch leader) to
finish up our 10 fish limit.
SCal Beanblossom, Glenn Floyd
.and Warren Tyson of Sylvester,
Ga., fished Friday afternoon and
got their limit of trout with three
over 20 inches fishing with Bite-
A-Bait, fighters and other jerkbaits.
They caught about half their fish
on live pinfish under 2.5-inch oval
Cajun Thunders. Cal reported they
were in 2-2.5 feet of water fishing
the falling tide.
Saturday Cal, and his crew,
found it considerably tougher and
came in with 9 keepers and a
,really nice windburn. Cal said the
w-i-n-d was downright mean out
there.
Offshore? Well you figure it
out...if anyone went...they were
crazy...but not so crazy to tell
anybody they went?


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day's Taylor County lost to the
strict Seminoles twice during the regular::
Both season -- 9-4 on March 8 and 8-1
o the on April 5.
inner The Bulldogs were scheduled to
d the play their regular season finale
Thursday night at Wakulla.
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Alachua-Santa Fe Tuesday but
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effort and an RBI.
Ethan Young and Nick-:'
S Allbritton both drove in two runs
e on one hit apiece.
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A-7 Perry News-Herald April 20-21, 2007


Presbyterians host


'Fellowship Saturday'


Want to eat, play games and visit by the lake?
the membership of First Presbyterian Church invites you to a day of
food, fun, and fellowship this Saturday in Shady Grove.
"We will gather at the church, 310 Plantation Road, on Saturday
morning,.for a continental breakfast and devotional at 9 a.m.," explained
Beverly Jones, one of the coordinators for the event. "We will then caravan
to. tfhe home of Bob and Velinda Root in Shady Grove to enjoy the rest of
the' day together eating, playing games, and visiting by the lake. A
carhpfire and hymn sing will be the final events of the day."
Family & Friends Day is Sunday
There will be a Family and Friends Day at Triumph Holiness Church on
Sunday, April 22, at 3 p.ni. Everyone is invited.
Saturday lunches offered
The Willing Workers for Christ of New Brooklyn Missionary Baptist


Church will cook on Saturday, April 21, offering the following menu:
Jaked, or fried chicken, dressing or yellow rice, potato salad or macaroni
and cheese, greens, field peas or baby limas, turkey wings, meatloaf or
oxtails, with tea, cornbread and cake. Donations of $7 are requested; $8
for oxtail dinners.
Spring revival begins Monday
New Brooklyn Missionary Baptist Church will be in revival April 23-26
with 7 p.m. services led by the Rev. Derrick Smith. He is from the Light
of the World Missionary Baptist Church in Tallahassee. The community is
invited to attend.
Cavalier Quartet sings in Steinhatchee
Friendship Chapel Church of God in Steinhatchee will welcome the
Cavalier's Quartet on Saturday, April 21, for a 7 p.m. concert. For more
information on the event, please contact the church at 352-498-1630.


Obituaries -


Billy Davis
Billy Davis, 35, died April 18,
2007, at' his home.
A native of Palatka, he had lived
in'Perry for the past 30 years. He
wgs the son of the late William
Stuart Davis Sr. and the late former
Ruby King. He was a Christian and
had been employed as a millwright.
Survivors include: two sons,
Luke Davis and Dawson Odom,
both of Perrn-); a special friend,
Deanna .Grambling of Perry; two
brothers, Eamie Eakins and Mike
Eakins.' both of Eridu; two aunts,
Margie King Sheffield of Sirmans'
and LoVU Peterson of Cookville,
Tenn.; uncle and aunt, Gene and
Jewel Sapp of Pailatka; and a host
of cousins.
Memtrrial services will be held
on Sunday, April 22, at 3 p.m. at
Pleasant Grove ,Baptist Church in
Eridu '
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to the American Cancer
Society or the local chapter of Big
Bend Hospice.
Joe P. Bums Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements.
Myrtice Blanton
Mrs. Myrtice Blanton, 91, died
April 18, 2007, in Perry.
She was a lifelong resident of
Taylor County and a member of
Fellowship Primitive Baptisft
Church in, Shady Grove. She was
the daughter of the late Mr. John
Starling and the former Mrs. Laura


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Cheradee Blanton.
Survivors include: seven sons,
David C. Blanton, Herb Blanton,
Bruce Blanton and Bill Blanton, all
of Jacksonville, R. M. Blanton,
Johnny Blanton and Windell
Blanton, both of Shady Grove; two
daughters, Susie McNutt and
Linda Mann, both of Jacksonville;
30 grandchildren; 49 great
grandchildren; and one great great
grandchild.
Funeral services will be held on
Saturday, April 21, at 11-a.m. in
Fellowship Primitive Baptist'
Church with Earl Vann and Leon
Holden officiating. Interment' will

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Family members will receive
friends at Mrs. Blanton's residence
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beginning at 6 p.m. today.
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George Velton Dice
George Velton Dice, 89, died
April 17, 2007, at the Pinelake


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Pastor's anniversary continues
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lead 11 a.m. worship at Temple of God Baptist Church on Sunday, AprI
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Baptist Church.
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A-8 Perry News-Herald April 20-21, 2007

U.S. Chamber honors Boyd


Chamber of Commerce for his
"strong support of a pro-economic
growth legislative agenda in the


U.S. Chamber President and CEO Tom Donohue (right)
presents Congressman Allen Boyd with the "Spirit of
Enterprise" Award.

Obituaries
(Continued from page 7) grandchildren; and numerous
nieces and nephews.
years, Lula (Cox) Dice of Perry; Graveside services were held
two sons, Billy Dice and Bobby Thursday, April 19, at 2 p.m. at
Dice, both of Perry; two daughters, Pisgah Cemetery.
Betty Cardwell of Spring Hill and Family members received
Bonnie Bell of Perry; one sister, friends Wednesday at Joe P. Burns
Annie Beecham of Sarasota; 12 Funeral Home, which was in
grandchildren; 22 great charge of arrangements.

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thanks to all of those that came and
brought food and flowers. Thank
you for the prayers cast out on our
tanu I lin our time of grief. We lost
a wife, mother and Nana that will
lie greatly missed.
We would like to thank Doctors'
.Memorial Hospital EMS, Dr. Sofi,
Med-Surg and ICU staffs for the
care given to Cathie.
A special thanks to Mrs. Jeannie


Harris tor doing everything you
did and could have possibly done.
You will always be special in our
hearts.
We sincerely appreciate
everything that you and the
community did for us in our time
or sorrow.
Thank you from the bottom
of our hearts,,
Cathie Ezell Davis Family
Gary, Ginger, William and
grandchildren


Congressman Allen Boyd
received the "Spirit of Enterprise"
award from the United States


second session of the 109th
Congress."
"It is such an honor to 'receive
this award from the U.S. Chamber
of Commerce," said Boyd. "The
federal government can play a
meaningful role in providing
economic opportunity for our
businesses. I am proud to work
with the U.S. Chamber and the
local chambers in North Florida to
promote more economic growth in
our communities."
The chamber's "Spirit of
Enterprise" award is given
annually to members of Congress
based on rankings it gives for key
business votes. The votes counted
by the chamber in 2006 included
the passage of tax relief for small
businesses and legislation to
enhance maritime and cargo
security at our ports.
"Our communities are stronger
because of the work and dedication
of the local chambers and their
membership," said Boyd. "I will
continue to work in Congress to
support our chambers and the
issues that are important for the
economic development of North
Florida."
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support the chamber's position on
at least 70 percent of key votes
receive the "Spirit of Enterprise"
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B-1 Perry News-Herald


April 20-21, 2007


Sixteen local athletes traveled to
Tallahassee Saturday, March 17, to
participate in the Summer Area
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as bocce.
Gerald Blaske placed second in
the 100-meter with a time of 17.03
seconds. He placed first in the
running long jump with a distance
of two meters, 88 centimeters.
Jerry Wayne Blaske ran the 110
hurdle with 'a time of 20.65
seconds, giving him first place. He
took first place in the running long
jump as well, with a distance of
three meters, 98 centimeters.
Noah Blaske ran the 100-meter
in 17.84 seconds for first place. He
also placed first in the running
long jump with a distance of two
meters, 37 centimeters..
Mark Baxter and Zane Dodge
both placed second in bocce, while
Stephanie Henry placed first.
Randy Holmes took first place
in the 100-meter with a time of
14.0 seconds as well as shotput
with a distance of five meters, 90
centimeters.
Robert Leavins' time of 17.06
seconds in the 100-meter won him
second place. He also.took second
in shotput, with a distance of seven
-meters, 80 centimeters.
Jamarcus Robinson placed first
in the running long jump with a


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God save the queen


The United States has often been called a country of
celebriphiles. With our apparent unending desire to
know every intimate detail of celebrities' lives, it's hard
to argue. From Brittany Spears and Paris Hilton to Anna
Nicole Smith and Tom Cruise, we follow celebrities'
every moment, staring like one does at the monkey cage
at the zoo. It has come to the point that we've forgotten
why some people are famous at all.
But as bad as we are here, the British still lead the
pack. In a land where the paparazzi are notorious, the
press is infamous and rag mags are a stable of the daily
diet, celebrities are caught before the public's insatiable
thirst for more.
And in England.
'there are no celebrities
larger than the royals.
Queen Elizabeth II. \
Prince Charles and
Princess Diana, as ell
as their children,
William and Henr. :
made tabloid front
pages for years.
Charles and Diana's
marriage was the e% ent
of the decade and their
eventual divorce % as .
the scandal of the .
century. Through it all. *,
the cameras clicked *- ,,
and flashed around .
them. ,*.
Ironically- -or -.
perhaps not--it would -;.;, .
be the paparazzi % ho ,.:. TRnn .
would ultimately lead H,-.. P K l- E
to Diana's death in H. .
1997 while with her .*h..
boyfriend Dodi Fayed HE. 'MrIRREN
in France.-
Last year, The THF }
Queen," starring Helen
Mirren in the title role ,
and Michael Sheen as .. .
Prime Minister TonN
Blair, attempted to ...
shed new light on the 'w
days before and the '
weeks following
Diana's death from a point of view rarely seen.
At February's Academy Awards, the closest thing to a
lock in Hollywood came to fruition when Mirren took
home the Oscar for Best Actress for her role as Queen
Elizabeth II.
Next Tuesday, those who didn't catch the movie in
theaters will have a chance to get it on DVD, complete
with a "making of" feature as well as commentary tracks
with the director, screenwriter and a royal historian..
Directed by Stephen Frears and based on a screenplay
by Peter Morgan, the movie begins the morning after
Tony Blair is elected prime minister. The queen is shown
sitting for a portrait while Blair and his wife are at home
as they prepare to meet the monarch for the first time.,
While the queen is in the title, and this is definitely her
movie, it is the back and forth play between her and
Blair that forms the backbone of the story. It is a credit
to both actors how well it succeeds.
Elizabeth is unsure of Blair at first as he ran on a
platform of "modernizing" the country. Blair is uneasy.
about meeting the queen, something few people get a
chance to do. Their first encounter shows how, different
their worlds are. Blair gets quick instructions from an
attendant on what manner, when and how often to bow
when approaching the monarch. Elizabeth, on the other ..
hand, casually mentions how many prime ministers she's
met.
The movie then jumps several month, when Blair
finds himself facing the national tragedy of Diana's fatal


car accident and it is here the struggle begins between
the public's need to grieve and the royal family's need
for privacy.
Morgan's script reminds viewers that Elizabeth has
been queen since 1952, a time when the world was a
much different place. She was raised among the
monarchy and taught how the monarchy should act and
how it should present itself to its people. That is her
world.
The world of 1.997, however, and the British public,
demanded something else, something more.
Blair makes a speech in light of the national
outpouring of love
for Diana, and in ;
"j doing so forever
emblazons the
phrase "the people's
princess" into
common usage.
.Meanwhile, the
royals see the event
as a personal tragedy
aid see no need for a
public statement.
The family was on
vacation in the
country when it
,,happens and is
S content to remain
S there rather than
returning to the
Capital.
It is no secret that'
SDiana's very public
life--both the good
and the bad--irked
and upset the royal
Family. Elizabeth
remarks that since
Diana was no longer
i martidd 'to oCharles,
4 her funeral


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arrangements are a
4 private matter for
Usher family and not a
S:,,.,.. :-... state matter.
S :.. : --..' As the public
outrage continues to
grow over the royal's
apparent disregard of their sorrow, Blair grows
concerned that. the controversy could lead to the
destruction of the monarchy. He calls Elizabeth and tries
to reason with her..
Mirren and the script again manage to show the queen
not as a cold-hearted crone, but a smart woman whose
life's teachings tell her that the royal family needs tO--no,
must--keep itself at arm's length from the populace. This
is for the best of the people, she believes.'
Whether that is true or not--and it may have even been
back when she took the throne--the British people want
more.
Mirren, however, is able to make us believe that she
believes it. She deserves all the praise she received. She
breathes life into a character that while real, few outside
Buckingham Palace know very well.
Sheen, who did not receive his fair share of the
limelight, is just as believable in his role. Without his
performance to balance the two sides of the conflict, the
movie would n6t have been what it became.
I would like to add that much of the film is based on
the information screenwriter Morgan was able to
discover. For the rest, he used creative license to fill in
the blanks. I am not a fan of people "making up" history
when writing movies. "The Queen," however, did not
bother me as such movies tend to do as it came across as
an earnest- attempt to show what happened when a
country cried out and her queen finally answered.
"The Queen" is rated PG-13 for brief strong language.


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Organizers are planning for
hundreds to gather at the Spirit of
the Suwannee Music Park for the
10th Paralounge Drum Gathering
on April 27-29 including three
days of workshops, performances
and lots of drumming.
"The Paralounge Drum
Gathering is an an event that
creates an environment
specifically to promote community
structure through rhythmic
expression," festival organizer
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"There is a growing community
of people that participate and
organize small community drum
circles throughout the "United
States," he said. "The community
has grown into a large population
along the west coast and is now
growing along the east coast.
Florida has a growing population
of drum circles all over the state."
Paralounge will offer a wide
range of music,, including the
Celtic sounds of Lucid Druid,
Australian didgeridoos with
Dragon Fly Rhythms, Afro-
Caribbean themes with Tacamos
and Japanese taiko drumming from
Fushu Daiko.
Highlighting the original
compositions of two-time World
Champion bagpiper Adam Quinn,
Lucid Druid is composed of five
core members who integrate -the
sounds of bagpipes, guitar,
stringed bass, didgeridoo and
Scottish snare with a variety of
African drums, creating their own
unique sound that is energetic and
groundbreaking.
Hailing from Clearwater, the
band initially formed in late 2003
for a special project that turned this
select group of musicians into a
band. Using the local Dunedin
Brewery's stage as a-platform to --
explore and expose their music to
the public, the band has


experienced intense growth and
public support in a short period of
time. Quinn's powerful, melodic
compositions are the cornerstone
for the band's captivating "lucid"
sounds.
Lucid Druid spent the majority
of 2004 arranging and recording
their debut studio CD, "Anecdota,"
at Giving Tree Studios in Florida,
which was released in December
2004 and has received positive
reviews in North America, Europe
and Australia.
The band will perform at
Paralounge on Friday night from 7
until 9.
Dragon Fly Rhythms takes its
audience on a sound journey into
the "collective dreamscape" of
Indigenous Australia, whose




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Tallahassee Community Chorus
Gloria Poulenc and
the China Tour Repertoire
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
850-644-6500 800-757-2146

Saturday, April28
Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra
"Orchestral Brilliance"
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
850-224-0461 www.tsolive.org

Sunday, May 6
Tallahassee Artist Series
The San Francisco Saxophone Quartet
Opperman Music Hall
850-224-9934 www.theartlstseries.com

Saturday, May 12
Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra
"POPS in the City!"
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
850-224-0461 www.tsolive.org


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April12-22
Tallahassee Little Theatre
'The Full Monty"
www.tallahasseelittletheatre.org
(850) 224-8474

April 3-15 & 18-22
FSU School of Theatre
"The Philadelphia Story"
The Fallon Theatre
850-644-6500 www.tickets.fsu.edu

May 24 June. 3
Tallahassee Little Theatre
Ken Ludwig's
"Lend Me a Tenor"
www.tallahasseelittletheatre.org
(850) 224-8474

June 21 July 1
Young Actors Theater
"Grease"
www.youngactorstheatre.com
(850) 386-6602


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The Tallahassee Ballet
"Alice in Wonderland"
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
850-224-6917 www.tallaballet.com
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Thursday, May 3
Michael Flatley's
"Lord of the Dance"
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
800-322-3602 www.tlccc.org
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April 27-29
Paralounge Drum Gathering
Promoting multicultural interaction
with rhythmic expression.
Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park
386-364-2444 www.paralounge.net
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musical instruments, specifically "exemplify the history and culture
the didgeridoo, hold center stage at t. the Caribbean and the Africam
the group's presentations and Diaspora in an engaging: ancf
educational workshops. energetic atmosphere."
The didgeridoo is a wind Tocamos plays Latin danc&
instrument, sometimes described grooves and traditional folk sbng%
as a natural wooden trumpet, from Cuba, Brazil and Pu'ertc
which usually ranges from one to Rico, as well as traditional Africari
two meters long. rhythms and instruments. Johnsoit


Lucid Druid will perform
Dragon Fly Rhythms just
finished their first CD recording,
"Live at the Lounge 06."
Lindsey Dank of Gainesville
first began playing the didgeridoo
in May 2000 after hearing it on a
public radio program about
Australia.
Within one year he had made
several of his own didgeridoos and
had presented his first kids show in
a public school.
Jeremy Lembo came to Flofida
in 1996 from the Hudson River
Valley of upstate New York. His
many- years- of formal music
training shaped and honed his
skills as a musician and set him up


perfectly for playing the
didgeridoo. Jeremy was introduced
to the instrument while watching a
PBS Special at age 3. He
rediscovered this, interest in 1998
while traveling in South America,
when he heard a fellow traveler
playing this incredible instrument
on the streets of Cusco, Peru.
Dragon Fly Rhythms will offer a
children's workshop and
performance Saturday, April 28, at
10 a.m. They will perform again at
5 p.m.
Tocamos is Tallahassee's own
Afro-Cuban drumming group, led
by Yazid Johnson and Paul Harvey.
As a group of community
educators, Tocamos strives to
educate and entertain with
performances and classes meat to


Friday night at the festival. -
and Harvey co-directed the Africai
Drum and Dance Ensemble at
Florida State University fronr
2001-2003.
The group will play Saturday at
6 p.m.
Since its beginning in September
1990, Fushu Daiko, has trained to:
attain an ever increasing level of
Taiko Drumming, understanding!
and appreciation of 'Japanese
culture.
Taiko is a Japanese drumming
style and is considered a martial ai.
as well as a rhythmic medley o'
- -:.aditionA And -, odenTprhythmn
and moves. The word Taiko ("bi&
fat drum") can mean the art f
taiko drumming or can mean th'.
drum itself.
While drums of varying sori
have been used in Japan for'1400
years or more, Taiko' Drumming-
the art form--ihas only been afouno
since the 1950s.. ::
Fushu Daiko is made up of many'
nat nalities and backgrounds who,
have been drawn together by thW.
taiko. The group will perforii
Saturday at 7 p.m.
A number of workshops will be
held Saturday and Sunday4
including fire dance rhythm anI
facilitated drum circle. ;:
What if you want to participation
and you don't own a drum? No
worries. Jana Broder will bi
bringing her red trailer of drumr
and percussion toys from .Drurd
Magic.
Admission for the weekend iV
$40 per person. Children under 14
are free. Admission includes
primitive camping for April 27 and
28, all workshops, performance;
and the dusk to dawn drum circle?
Day passes are available for $20
(does not include camping). AB
vehicles with day pass admission
will have to park outside the eveg
area.
The Spirit of the Suwanneg
Music Park is located near Live
Oak, between Interstates 75 ana
10. From 1-10, take exit 283 and g6
north on US 129 4.5 miles. From I9
75, take exit 451 and proceed south
4.5 miles.
For more information about thl
festival, visit www.paralounge.ne4


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4 Perry News-Herald April 20-21,2007


* Auction, every Saturday 6:30 p.m. 1693
SW Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360) Madison,
.-:.Florida. 850-973-2959. Mastercard, Visa
. ',4nd Debit cards. Food, fun & give-a-ways.
-Zfleated/AC-comfy seats. From Perry:
::Take RT 221 North to CR 360 (SW Mosley
H::-.Hall Rd) Turn right, go about 8 miles on
ht. AU691-Col.Ron Cox AB2490.
13-4/27




3::: Family Yard Sale! Adult, children and
-.:-baby clothes, household items, toys,
::some furniture. 7 a.m. to Until. Wright Rd,
:truck route.
:4,18-4/20


Twin comforter in white, trimmed with wide
eyelet lace. Coordinating twin bedskirt
and pillow sham. All for $50. (Used only
six months in nursery. Originally $125)
Please call 584-5513.
4/18-4/27
Kenmore Heavy Duty Dryer. Excellent
condition. $115. Call 850-578-2267.
4/18-4/20
$150 Queen Pillow-Top Mattress Set. New
in plastic with warranty. 850-222-7783
2/16GCN4. -
SOLID WOOD Cherry sleigh bed BRAND
NEW in box, $250. (850)545-7112,
2/16GCN4


Lots of Leftover Building (Construction) Materials
including Electrical & Plumbing
2005 Ford Sport Trac
ATV (Bombardier) Good Condition
Power, Air & Hand Tools .
Appliances, Household Items, Baby Clothing, Toys,
Computer, Videos and MORE!

12560 Spring Warrior Rd.
For information call 838-9035


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
YardWe buy..call us! Collectibles

Set-up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon- Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


Big Yard Sale, Saturday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Dice Rd off 98 W, watch for sighs. Toys,
clothes, tools, nic-nacs, furniture, TY
beanie babies, etc. ALSO: 50 hp 4-
wheelei. needs minor work $200 0.B.O,.,
fiberglasss o'ar, trailer, 40 hp suzuki motor-
needs new foot $500 O.B.O,, 1993 Bronco
4x4, good for parts: big block motor; front &
rear end, etc. $500 O.B.O. For more
information call 584-5725.
4/20
Moving Sale, Friday and Saturday 8 a.m.
to 1 p.m. 3417 Harrison Blue Rd.
Women's clothes 16/18, appliances,
dishes, etc.
4/20
3-Family Yard Sale. Saturday at8 a.m.
308 Pucket Rd. New & used shoes, men's:
ladies & children's clothes, all sizes, all
kinds of stuff cheap.
4/20
Yard Sale, Fri & Sat. Sadler Drum 4289 US
98 W, Set of woofer tweeters, trailer jack,
new pictures, lots of tools, furniture and
Iots more.
4/20
Family Yard Sale. Saturday, April 21st.
8"a.m, to 1 p.m. In front of Land2Sea Gifts.
213 E. Green St. Usually on Dorman
.eacock & Hwy 27. Name brand men,
Yromen, children and baby clothes, VHS
apes, household items, craft & scrapbook
A-pplies, comforter sets, flannel, sheets,
'doll house, toys, toddler shoes, 2 cz.
-Bridal sets. 98 Harley Davidson Sporster
883, Burgundy. Approx. 4,800 miles.
:Runs & looks great! $4,500. Call to see
584-8997. Bring in yard sale ad to
:Land2sea Gifts and get 10% off your
purchase from Land2Sea Gifts.
4/20




7Brand NEW Wedding Dress, never worn.
"Perfect slenderizing fit! Beautiful
.strapless with chiffon layering and a
swarski crystal bodice and princess
waistline. Will fit sizes 6 to 10 with
alterations. $300 or best offer. Call 850-
672-2061 N(Will go fast!)
.4/20tfn
':Elegant wrought iron style coffee table set
-with glass tops. Perfect for most living
"rnom schemes. Great condition, used 3
Months. $200 O.B.O. Call 850-672-2061
.. 20tfn
:Tillion cut engagement ring with matching
,-edding band. 1 k, White Gold. $700 firm,
Eor more info call 843-1073,
.3/28-4120

UWElitt & Ama

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Lauren Lilliott
Agent
Elaine Aman
Customer Service Manager

SCome by or give us a call for
ojl your Auto & Home
Insurance Needs


LEATHER SOFA & LOVESEAT. NEW,
lifetime warranty, sacrifice $795. (can
deliver) (850)425-8374.
, 2/16GCN4


Beautiful 1.15 acres with singlewide home.
Easy Owner financing. 15k down. 72
payments completely pays it off! 5.75%
interest. Near gas plant. Call J.D. 850-
672-2141
4/4-4/27
Land for sale in Leisure Retreats. Close to
beach and marina. 1 acre corner lot with
water and electric. 1 acre wooded lot.
Call 850-578-2713 if interested.
4/13-4/20
Adult Retirement Community, Shady
Grove, Florida, Two newly renovated
home sites remaining. 3 bd/2 full bath on
5 & 6.37.wooded acres, Call (850)584-
4331 or email'titanone@gmail.com.
4/13-4/27

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

Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
IHUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 BR HC
and non-HC accessible apartments, Office
hours are 8:00 to 5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call
.050-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett
Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
8/9tfSV

WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS
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
,3/7-TF
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.
7/12tfnSGR


SOLID'WOOD I31IETTE r9E"iaW .'moom for rent. Senior Citizen. Kitchen
chairs $149. NEW IN BOX (850) 222- privileges, washer & dryer. Call 584-7710.
9879. 4/18-4/25
2/16GCN4


BEDROOM: New complete 6 piece set
still boxed, $599, can deliver (850)222-
7783
2/16GCN4





Land for sale, 221 Norih between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo P?.rker 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
7/19tfnBC
House to.be moved. 3 br/2 bth. Charmer,
built in 1941. Approx. 1800 sq. ft., with
hardwood floors and high ceilings.
Currently located in Jefferson County.
Hwy. 19, South of 1-10. Sale price
$25,000. (850)544-2458.
4/18-4/27

5 acres and a doublewide trailer on Woods
Creek Rd. $67,000. Call (850)584-3988.
4/11-4!20

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.
$1157,000. Call 850-578-3094 for apt,
4/13-5/11


2 bedroom/1 bathroom, large family room &
kitchen, large screened porch & screened
in cleaning shed and private dock. $150 a
day, $275 a weekend and $900 a week on
the Econfina River. Call 838-1113.
4/11-4/27
Horseshoe Beach gulf front 2 bedroom,
nautical house. Large deck, boat dock, all
over looking the gulf. $395 per weekend or '
$895 per week, call 352-498-5986 or 386-
235-3633/
3/30-4/27


Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. $100 minimum paid to you!
Wanted Isuzu and Toyota trucks for
export. 386-688-3999.
3/16tffnSS


Wanted: Sitter for
house after hours.
2407 (code 6945).
4/20-4/25


8 1/2 year old at my
Please call 850-578-


Free to good home- 2 Peking baby ducks.
Still yellow Cute & very socialized! Call
.850-672-2061.
4/20tfn


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1998 S-10 Chev. Blazer. Fully l
$4,000 0.B.0. Call 838-1210.
4/18-4/27
2006 Toyota Tacoma 4x2 pickup, 1
miles. Showroom condition,.factor
warranty. Auto., A/C, CD, bedliner.
Book value $15,565. Will sell for $1
Phone 838-2003.
4/13-4/20

For Sale: 1980 Chevy Impala. Cal
5543
3/9tfn
1999 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4 Super
Loaded, great truck, 4 door. $6,500 0
Call 843-0269.
4/13-4/20
1996 Ford Probe, good condition. $4
Call 584-5057.
4/13-4/27
For Sale: 2005 Honda CR-V, white,
loaded, leather, CD, 18K miles, u
factory warranty, 30 miles per ga
$19,900.
Also: 2001 Mazda 5-door Hatchba
Speed, loaded, leather, CD, 41K n
under factory warranty, 34 miles per ga
$11,600, If you can't walk and chew
don't call about the 5 speed. Phone
838-6673 or 584-5740.
4/20-4/25





Jobs available in Mayo. Prod
workers needed. Must be at
assemble parts. Small amount of
involved. Background check and
screen. Apply at Workforce Innoval
in person at Bulova Technologies: 1
Swisher Rd. Take Hwy 51 South
357. Make left. EOE.
4/20BT

TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUN
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Custodian (Part time) $6.68/hr.
Field Superintendent $27,248-$3
Grants Administrative Secretary $
Entire job descriptions and require
can be viewed
www.taylorcountygov.com or T
Employment Connectiohs', 170
Jefferson St. Positions are open
filled. Taylor County is an EOE/VP
Testing/ Background Check Employ
4/18fnBCC

RN Supervisor Part-time for weekend
LPN PRN All shifts
CNA's Part-time for all shifts
Dietary Aide Part-time for AM an
shifts.
Cook PRN- Both shifts
We are small, but are' a won
company with caring individuals who
a desire to improve the lives o
Residents and Staff. Call 850-973-4
For RN Supervisor, LPN & CNA pos
ask for Peggy Powers, D.O.N., For D
Aide and Cook ask for Theresa Patte
Dietary Manager Madison Nu
Center.
2/28tfMNC


SmaLl HELP,

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oaded, Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS (5627)
Office Manager
FT position for experienced office
13,000 manager; PC experience w/MS Office
y 3/36 required. Must possess strong
Blue communication, customer service, and
4,000. organizational skills. Prior experience in
supervision preferred. Must be (or be
eligible for) Florida notary public,
commission. HSD or equivalent required.
II 584- AA or office admin certificate preferred.
Good understanding of FDOT passenger
transport requirements helpful. Benefits
include health, dental, life, disability,
Cab, savings, AFLAC supplemental policies,
).B.O. access to onsite daycare and fitness
facilities. EOE; Drug Free Workplace,
Criminal background checks required.
Apply in person at ACV Personnel
4,000. Department Mon thru Fri, 9 a.m. until 4
p.m., Carter Village Hall, 10680 CR 136,,
Dowling Park, FL; fax resume to (386)658-
5160; or visit www.ACVillage.net.'
auto, 4/11-4/20
inder
[llon. RN's, LPN's, CNA's and Needed. F/T &
PT. PRN shifts available. Private Duty all
ack 5 Counties. Immediate Openings. Contact
niles, Reno at 800-825-9873
gallon. 3/28-4/20
gum
850- Maintenance Director
Re-advertising of opening. Seeking.
individual with knowledge and experience
in electrical trouble shooting, blue print
reading, basic plumbing, and building
maintenance. NA/C, heating experience
along with repair knowledge for kitchen
equipment prrferred. One man
department. Must be self starter. Contact:
Richard Wisdahl, Lafayette Health Care
auction Center, 512 W. Main St., Mayo, FL 32066.
ble to 386-294-3300.
labor 4/18-4/27LHCC
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tion or Perry Elks Lodge is looking for
25 SE Restaurant/Lounge Club Manager.
to CR Experience preferred. Drug-Free work
environment. Send resume to Perry Elks
Lodge, P.O. Box 986. Perry, FL 32348. No
phone calls please.
TY 4/6tfnPEL

Convenience store manager needed.
Please apply at Ware Oil & Supply
31,575 located 2715 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. This
$.11.88 is a drug free work place.
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Greenville Hills Academy
Welding Instructor
Instruct ages 15-18 in juvenile vocational
setting. HS Diploma or GED and 3 yrs
experience required. Call Teresa 850-948-
1200 or Jeff 850-643-8782.
Therapeutic Assistant
Direct care of youth in a juvenile setting.
HS Diploma or GED required. Call Teresa
or Curtiss 850-948-1200.
Clinical Coordinator
Coordinate client treatment services.
Bachelors and 2 yrs exp. or Masters
Degree required. Call Teresa or Sue 850-,
948-1200.
Great' pay and benefits with Greenville
Hills Academy. Please fax resumes to
850-948-1300.
4/18-4/27

Experienced HVAC/R service technicians
with a minimum of 5 yrs experience.
starting wages $16-18/hr. Call 850-584-
3626
4/18tfnAR
Drivers: Limited Availability for SE
Dedicated Regional Runs. Top $$$ Pay
Pkg!!' Home Weekends & Some Wkdays!
Clean/New Equip!! CDL-A req. 877-838-
2378 x270. www. goldt.com.
4/18-4/20

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-
3/21tfnWOS

Help wanted Badcock & More. Set up and
delivery. Must be 21 yrs old. License
and good driving record required. No
phone calls! Apply in person 1225 S.
Jefferson St.
3/30tfnBC

Avon Reps Needed! 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.
3/14-3/30tfn


RNs & LPNs

FT, PT & PRN


CNAs All shifts

Sue Love, Director of Nursing



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Flint Equipment Co. Perry
Has an immediate opening for
PARTS COUNTER SALES REPRESENTATIVE

Flint Equipment Company, the John Deere Construction and Forestry dealer for the Perry, FL area has
an immediate opening for a Parts Counter Representative. Self-motivated individual will be respon-
sible for performing a variety of customer service duties related .to receiving, sales and delivery of parts
for walk-in and telephone customers. Supplies service technicians with parts as required and assists
with inventory control. Must have excellent communication, customer service and computer skills.
Heavy equipment experience a plus.

Our company has been in business for over 40 years with locations in Alabama, Georgia and Florida.
We provide a drug-free work environment with competitive pay, excellent health and dental benefits,
and 401 (k) Retirement and Profit Sharing Plan.
Please send resume to: Human Resources Manager, P.O. Box 1427, Perry, FL 32348
or email: hrmanager@flintholdings.com


Technical Field Representative
Seeking a dedicated individual with
leadership skills. Travel up to 75%
required. Background in construction or
engineering. Must be able to operate
general construction equipment. Be able
to write reports upon completion of jobs.
Wage/Salary range: 160-300/Day, Please
send your resume to Big Top
Manufacturing, 3255 N. US 19, Perry. FL
32347 or email to
randy@bigtopsheiters.com. Big Top is
EOE & Drug-free workplace.
4i20-5/2BTM1030st


Lance, Inc., a well-known manufacturer of quality snacks
since 1913, offers you all the ingredients for a satisfying
future. We currently have the following opportunity at our
- Perry, FL Salty Snack plant:


S INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICIAN

We have an opening for a night shift
Industrial Electrician. Strong basic
electrical knowledge required. 1 year
minimum commercial industrial experience.
Tech School Certification preferred.
Apply at Job Service of Perry.


We offer a competitive salary and benefits
package. Qualified candidates can respond
CE via e-mail to slong@lance.com or
J E Apply at Job Service of Perry
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Two Locations for Your Convenience "Your
117 W. Main St. 1466 Ezell Beach Rd. Satisfaction
Perry, FL 32347 Perry, FL 32348 is our First
(850) 584-5101 (850) 578-2202 Priority!"
www.gulfbreezerealestate.net

Your Hometown Agency
Independently-owned and operated.
Our native Taylor County agents are familiar with the area.

Our Agents are Realtors'
Only agents belonging to the National Association of Realtors may use the
title of Realtor', and as such, must agree to abide by a strict Code of Ethics.
A copy of the Code of Ethics is available in our office.

#1 in Listings
Your Listings Leader in the area. More people trust their properties to us.
Visit our website, stop by one of our offices, or call us for a listings booklet.

#1 in Sales Volume
Ranked highest in the County by the Tallahassee Board of Realtors for
2006 sales. Recipient of qold and Silver Awards.

#1 In Customer Service
We are proud of our bank of satisfied customers. You may ask for
references. Our slogan: "Your Satisfaction is our First Priority!"

Save a Pet Support your local Animal Shelter
Ann C. Hodges, Realtor' / Lic. Real Estate Broker


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& CARPET
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Dries in 3-4 hours

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(584-2532)

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In the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit in and for Taylor County, Florida
Case No.:06-717-CA
at a good The Citizens Bank of Perry, a Florida
ngs to you. banking corporation Plaintiff vs. William S.
838-9050. Davis, Jr., Florida Commerce Credit
Union, State of Florida and Board of
County Commissioners, Taylor County,
Florida, Defendants.
Notice of Foreclosure Sale Pursuant to
ces: Land Chapter 45
val, dump Notice is given that pursuant to a Final
bush hog Summary Judgment of Foreclosure
eling, and, dated March 27, 2007, in Case No. 06-
584-6737 717-CA of the Circuit Court of the Third
SJudicial Circuit in and for Taylor County,
Florida, in which the Citizens Bank of
wn Care. Perry is the Plaintiff and William S. Davis,
S a Jr., Florida Commerce Credit Union,
iates. We State of Florida and Board of County
838-1280. Commissioners, Taylor County, Florida,
are the Defendants. I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at the
West entrance of the Courthouse in


etc. Will described property set forth in the Final
es, plant Default Judgment of Foreclosure:
II Brenda Commence at the northeast corner of
the SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section 25,
.township 2 south, range 6 east, thence
run south 85 yards to county graded
vice road, thence run west along county
road 35 yards for a point of beginning;
S! thence continue to run west along
1148 county road 99 feet; thence run north
255 feet; thence run east 99 feet;
thence run south 255 feet to the point of
Rabrum beginning.


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I Buckeye Florida, LP is a leading producer of specialty cellulose and absorbent
f 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.

'We are seeking reliable and motivated individuals who are comfortable working
as part of a production team in a high performance work system. All openings
are for entry-level production technicians at our manufacturing facility located
in Perry, Florida. The Perry facility is a large cellulose manufacturing complex
with a continuous around-the-clock operation, (24 hours per day, 7 days per
week) which includes Saturday and Sunday. All openings are on teams which
work rotating shifts. Positions become available throughout the year.

We are looking for candidates that possess:
High School diploma or GED
2+ years of general work or military experience.
Vo-Tech, college, military technical training or manufacturing experience is a plus
Proficient math, mechanical reasoning and reading comprehension skills
Ability and willingness to learn new work procedures and work well with others
Work schedule flexibility and ability to work all scheduled overtime
Ability to prioritize and carry out responsibilities independently with minimal
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A very competitive wage and benefit package
Medical, dental and prescription drug insurance
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Thirteen paid holidays
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To be considered for employment:
Please submit your resume to the Employment Connections located at 1702
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Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Resumes must be
received no later than Friday, May 4, 2007 to be considered. Resumes should
include information about an individual's education, work experience, military
experience and other information that highlights employment qualifications. A
detailed job description is available through Employment Connections.

Buckeye's evaluation of employment applicants includes validated written tests,
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If you have any questions or need assistance preparing a resume, please contact
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Also: Begin atThe NE corner of the SE 1/4
of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Section 25,
township 2 south, range 6 east, thence
run south 85 yards to county graded
road, inen,ce run west along county
graded road 35 yards; thence run north
85 yards; thence run east Z3 yards back
to the point of beginning.
Dated this 3 day or April, 2007.
Annie Moe Murphy
Clerk of the Court
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
4/13-4/20


NOTICE OF FINAL STATEMENT OF
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK
GRANT NEIGHBORHOOD REVITALIZATION
PROJECT
The City of Perry's applying to the Florida
Department of Community Affairs for a
grant under the neighborhood
revitalization category in the amount of
$700,000 under the Small Cities
Community Development Block Grant
Program. At least 70% of the funds must
be for activities that benefit low- and
moderate-income persons.
The cost and percentage of low- and
moderate-income persons benefiting
from each project activity Is as follows.
The cost for the sewer line and
components activity is $474,000 with at
least 62.51% low- and moderate-
income persons benefiting from this
activity, Sewer Hookups Is $103,500 with
100.00% low- and moderate-Income
persons benefiting from this activity. The
cost for the engineering activity is
$66,500. The cost for the administration
activity Is $56,000, The total Community
Development Block Grant cost for this
project is $700,000 with at least 62.51%
low- and moderate-income persons
benefiting from this project.
Households in the project area are
required under state low (F.S. 381.00655)
to connect to available sewer service
within 365 days of receiving notification
from City that the system is available for
connection. The monthly sanitary sewer
bill is estimated to be approximately
$20, but cannot exceed $32.60 per
month. The sanitary sewer connection
fee Is approximately $100 and the
sewer impact fee Is approximately
$500.
The plan to minimize displacement of
persons as a result of planned
Community Development Block Grant
funded 'activities is to develop a
Community Development Block Grant
project which will not cause
displacement of persons. The proposed
Fiscal Year 2007 Community
Development Block Grant project will
not permanently displace any persons.
If for any reason persons are
permanently displaced as a result of
Community Development Block Grant
funded activities, assistance will be
provided to displaced persons as
required under 24 Code of Federal
Regulations 42, United States
Department of Housing and Urban
Development regulations that
implement the Uniform Relocation
Assistance and Real Property Acquisition
Policies Act of 1970.
A Statement of the proposed Fiscal Year
2007 Community Development Block
Grant project application is as follows:
The Community Development Block
Grant project is a neighborhood
; i, oh:O ., r', prpgr ,oT, rr *_.: ,I. II
- e- ; Ai sewer ''. :- .
Granger area, located within the City
limits, the boundary of the project is
Dundee Street on the north, Graham
Street on the east and Granger Drive on
the south and Washington Street on the
west. The total cost of the project is
estimated at $700,000 and 62.51
percent of the project beneficiaries will
be low- to moderate-income persons.

The following disclosures have been
made pursuant to Section 102 of the
HUD Reform Act of 1989.
The disclosures are available at the City
Hall located at 221 SW Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida 32347, telephone number
(850) 584-7161. These disclosures will be
available on and after April 20, 2007 and
shall continue to be available for a


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* minimurn period of five years.
1. Other government (federal, state,
and local) assistance to the project in
the form of a gift, grant, loon,
guarantee, insurance payment, rebate,
subsidy, credit tax benefit, or any other
form of direct or indirect benefit bv
source and amount;
2. The identities and pecuniary Interests
of all developers, contractors, or
consultants involved in the application
for assistance or in the planning or
development of the project or activity;
3. The identities and pecuniary interests
of any other persons with a pecuniary
interest in the project that can.
reasonably be expected to exceed
$50,000 or 10% of the grant request
(whichever Is lower);
4. For those developers, contractors,
consultants, property owners, or others
listed in two (2) or three (3) above
which are corporations, or other entities,
the identification and pecuniary interests
by corporation or entity of each officer,
director, principal stockholder, or other
official of the entity;
5. The expected sources of all funds to
be provided to the project by each of
the providers of those funds and the
amount provided; and
6. The expected uses of all funds by
activity and amount.
A FAIR HOUSING/EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY/HANDICAP ACCESS
JURISDICTION
4/20

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
THE CITIZENS B.,NK OF PERRY,
A banking corporation organized and
Existing under the laws of the State of
Florida,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
CASE NO. 06-360-CA
ESTATE OF DAVID WATKINS, et al,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that ANNIE MAE
MURPHY, Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Taylor County, Florida, will on the 15th
day of May, 2007, at 11:00 a.m. at the
front door .of the Taylor County
courthouse in the City of Perry, Florida.
offer for sale and sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash.
the following described property
situated in Taylor County, Florida, to-wit:
Parcel No.
Lots Three (3) and Fifteen (15) of Block
Two (2) of J.H. Parker Subdivision In
Section 26, Township 4.South; Range 7
East, a Plot of which Is on record in the -
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In
Taylor County, Florida, and Is a
subdivision to the Town of Perry, Florida
pursuant to the Final Judgment of -
Foreclosure entered In a case pending
in said Court, the style of which is as set
out above, and the docket number of
which is 06-360-CA. Any person claiming
an interest in the surplus from the sale, if
any, other than the property owner as
of the date of the lis pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS my hand and the official seal of
said Court, this 16TH day of April, 2007.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
By: MartilLavolle
Deputy Clerk
4/20. 4/27


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B-6 Perry News-Herald April 20-21, 2007








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