Periy L.As-. Herald
June 1-2, 2007
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Tuesday, June 5
7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Don't let the length of the Veterans
Memorial Park dedicatory speech
discourage you. If you read Morris
Steen's remarks, you will see fireworks
in. the distance and remember ,names
and places you had lost in the
progression of time. The speech is
re-printed on page A-2, Looking Back. It
also helps us, as a nation, to Look
SirPmans r eunon
The annual Sirmans School reunion
will be held Saturday at Chaparral Steak
House. All former classmates and
friends are invited to attend, starting at
Learn 'wL-;' aand ru:ic, ?t
-fthin' J 7i : .
Landowners are invited to learn why
and when to thin planted acreage during
special workshops hosted by the
Division of Forestry.
Two different sessions will be held:
Tuesday, June 5, at the forestry's station
in Cross City and Thursday, June 7, at
the Lafayette County Extension Office in
Mayo. Both workshops will begin at 5:30
To pre-register for the Lafayette
County session, contact Greg Marshall
at (386) 294-2326 or e-mail
For the Dixie County workshop,
contact Stan Shepard at (850) 838-2286
or e-mail shepars@doacs:state.fl.us.'
Focus shifts to golf course
Marina out of Magnolia Bay
The owner of Magnolia Bay.
Marina and Resort said Thursday
he is scrapping plans to construct a
marina and associated channel into
the gulf and will instead
concentrate on developing an eco-
friendly golf course community.
Dr. J. Crayton Pruitt, the owner
Just one week after residents
came together to remember the
service and sacrifices made in
freedom's name, the community
has the opportunity to celebrate
one of those key freedoms--the
right to vote--by taking part in a
special primary election Tuesday,
The primary will be to decide
the final candidates for the state
District 3 Senate seat vacated by
representative Nancy Argenziano
(who is now serving on the Florida
Public Service Commission).
Supervisor of Elections Molly
H. Lilliott reminds registered
voters that all precincts in the
county will be open from 7 a.m. to
7 p.m. for the special election.
Early voting will continue
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of the almost 4,000-acre coastal
tract near Dekle Beach, said he's
tired of fighting governmental
"We were told last week that
they would work with us if we quit
fighting over the marina," he said.
The U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers denied a permit for the
channel last month and the staff of
the Suwannee River Water
Management District were
Pruitt, who was in Perry
Thursday, said he has also parted
ways with Chuck Olson, project
for. -the $700 million
"Chuck did a lot of fine work for
Magnolia Bay and I appreciate it.
But he wanted to keep on fighting
for the marina and I was tired of
fighting," Pruitt said.
Pruitt said he is not withdrawing
Drought conditions hit downtown
For the first time in recent memory, Spring Creek is dry. The well-known creek, which
crosses downtown Perry, is an empty stretch of mush, dotted with small puddles of stagnant i
water. Commissioners were expected to declare a. state of emergency in the wake of rampant
drought conditions thraughout.the county during a special meeting Thursday evening.
his permit with the Suwannee
River Water Management District.
"These agencies want
developers to minimize the impact
on the environment and by giving
up the marina, we're minimizing a
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Charges of grand theft and
official misconduct have been
filed against the former
coordinator of the Taylor County
According to an arrest affidavit,
Ronda M. Smith, 36, used her
position to approve a SHIP grant
for her mother-in-law for more
than $25,000 in renovations after
being instructed not to be
SHIP, or the State Housing
Initiatives, Partnership Program, is
a housing assistance program
funded by the state and managed
locally by the county.
"The defendant did not receive
approval for the SHIP grant work:--
to be done on [her mother-in-
law's] house from the Taylor
County Board of County
Commissioners as is required, but
instead- called the building
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In FCAT science scores
Taylor fifth graders top state average
Additional 2006-07 Florida
Comprehensive Assessment Tests
(FCAT) scores were released to
area schools last week, including
those for the science portion,
which for the first time will be
considered when grading schools.
Overall, the news for Taylor
County is good.
According to Director of
Instruction Wanda Kemp, there
were significant improvements and
student learning gains almost
across the board, with most grades
either meeting or exceeding state
"There were a couple of grades
where student scores dropped, but
we're already in the process of
working on adjustments to better
meet the needs of those students
and putting programs and
strategies in place to help them
improve their learning," Kemp
The science portion is given to
fifth, eighth and llth grade
students, with all grades showing
improvement over last year.
In fifth grade, Taylor County
was above the state average, with
48 percent of students scoring
Level 3 or above versus 42 percent
on the state level, thanks to a 15
point improvement over last year.
Eight graders showed a
two-percent improvement to
37-percent, almost even with the
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Ladies, '0 fishf ^i
The National Wild Turkey Federation.
(NWFT) will hold a "Women in the
Outdoors" guided fishing trip this
weekend at Keaton Beach.
The two-day event will include dinner
tonight (Friday) and an all-day fishing trip
Saturday, June 2.'
Registration is $55 per person.
For additional information,
contact coordinator Becky Strickland
Summer is t~ -E to
flush the ,; -
The City of Perry water division, in
conjunction with the City Fire
Department, will be flushing fire hydrants
throughout the city and county during
the months of June and July.
The program will begin Monday, June
11, and continue each Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday from 7 a.m. to
3 p.m. Residents are advised not to do
laundry on those days.
"You may experience slight pressure
.fluctuation and discoloration of the
water. These inconveniences are only
temporary and should clear up within
24 hours," officials said.
Perry Primary School kindergarten
registration will continue on Tuesday,
June 5, and Thursday, June 7, from 8:30-
11:30 a.m. Please call 838-2506 for
(L to r) Taylor County Sheriff's Office Captain Richard Johnson, Sheriff L.E. "Bummy"
Williams and Deputy Harper Gibson extended thanks fo Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Brian
Lundy and his family for donating a purebred Lab to the department. "Kilo," front, was
recently certified by the United States Police K-9 Association and has joined the ranks of the
sheriff's office as an official member of the K-9 unit.
The Taylor County's Sheriffs Office (TCSO) newest recruit has some
big shoes to fill--he's third generation law enforcement. K-9 duty, that is.
Chocolate'Lab "Kilo" was awarded his K-9 certification Monday, May
21. Today, he is on the job with his handler, Deputy Harper Gibson.
. The purebred dog was donated to the department by Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper Brian Lundy and his family (wife, Jamie, and daughter,
Kilo can count in his pedigree two generations of law enforcement dogs,
both serving with Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
(FWC) Officer Cricket Bailey.
"Seven puppies were born March 15, 2006, and we decided to give our
local K-9 unit pick of the litter," Lundy said. He owns the mother and
father of the pups, both of whom are AKC registered. One other puppy
from the litter was placed in service with the police department in Tampa.
"Purebred Labs usually cost between $5,000 and $6,000 if you buy one
from a kennel. We felt that donating one the puppies to the sheriffs
department would be a good way to give something back to the
community--it was something that would save taxpayers' money," Lundy
Kilo's training began almost as soon as he settled into his new home
"We spent the first several months bonding and playing fetch, which is
a forerunner to his drug detection training," Gibson said.
Gibson's first K-9 partner, Jeremiah, also welcomed Kilo to the fold. He
is approaching retirement age, and will remain with Gibson and his family
once taken out of service.
"Jeremiah is going to be semi-retired for now, but still working. Having
two certified K-9s will be very useful when we have to search a large area,
such as the parking lot at the high school," Gibson said.
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Keeping the faith of freedom's fight
Editor's Note: North Florida
Community College President Morris
Steen of Shady Grove served as keynote
speaker for the Memorial Day ceremony
dedicating Veterans Memorial Park. A
decorated war veteran, Steen spoke of
freedom's toll on all Americans. His
comments are presented. here for your
The history of the
United States is
war beginning with
the revolution in
1776 and carrying
forward to 2007.
Through the years
since the American Revolution in
1776, approximately 1.5 million
Americans have died in America's
: And that does not include all
those who died in accidents, and
training exercises while in the line
of duty in service to their country.
In the 20th century, it was World
War I that thrust America onto the
world stage. That great conflict
was called "The War to End All
Following the war, America's
sons and daughters came home
from their fight "to make the world
safe for democracy."
: Unfortunately, democracy did
not remain safe; the job of
protecting freedom was not
Just barely 20 years later,
millions of Americans answered
the call again to serve in an even
greater conflict, World War II.
Local men like Toby Faulkner,
Elzie Blair and Raymond Mixon,
'answered their country's call, and
made the supreme sacrifice by
giving their lives in the name of
Can you imagine what the world
would be like today, if we had lost
the war? Can you imagine a world
.of tyranny and repression?
. ,It is impossilbe. for ..me to
Almost every human being on
the face of the earth was affected
by World War II in some form or
fashion. And still are. Some -of
you had direct combat roles, while
others served in support roles and
gave loved ones to the war effort.
The sacrifices were extreme.
World War II was one of my
early frames of reference. I grew
up knowing that Colin P. Kelly Jr.
was from just up the road in
Madison. I read about him in the
history books and knew that he
died in the line of duty three days
after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor.
My mother had gone to school
with Colin and my family, knew his
family. He was one of my heroes
and my inspiration to fly military
I grew up knowing that freedom
was not free and knowing that it
was paid for by, the blood of its
sons. Freedom levies a very heavy
That concept was reinforced
early' one morning on a school bus
in Shady Grove when we heard
that Joey Moody, also from Shady
Grove, had been killed in Korea.
And three decades later, we find
the names of Douglas Gaines Jr.,
Jimmy Rollings and Jack Stephens
Smith, all from .Taylor County,
inscribed on the wall of the
Vietnam Memorial in Washington,
D. C., and on our wall here in
During 10 long years of bitter
conflict in the jungles,' rice paddies
and high lands of Vietnam to the
high seas of the South China Sea,
millions of Americans served and
Thousands died and many
remain unaccounted for today. All
earned our respect for what they
Since then, American men and
women have continued to put
themselves in harm's way to
God was our witness as
thousands of Americans died at the
hands of terrorists who inflicted
the worst attack on the United
States in our 231-year history.
At 8:38 a.m., Sept. 11, 2001,
American Flight 11, with 90
passengers and crew aboard,
slammed into the north tower of
the World Trade Center in, New
York City at 470 miles per hour.
Twenty-five minutes later, at
9:43 a.m., United Flight 175
crashed into the south tower of the
World Trade Center with- 55
passengers and crew aboard.
Forty minutes later, at 9:43 a.m.,
American Flight 77, with 57
passengers and crew, ripped a 100-
foot wide hole in the Pentagon in
Washington, D.C., killing 116
military and civilian personnel.
At 10:03 a.m., United Flight 93
went down in western
Pennsylvania with 45 people
The speculation is that this
aircraft was headed for the White
House or the United States
Congress, which would have been
an even greater tragedy.
It was the brave passengers of
Flight 93 who sacrificed their lives
to save their nation.
All in all, more than 3,000
Americans, including 366 New
York firefighters and policemen,
'were killed during these
As we watched the heroic rescue,
and recovery operation. we saw
those brave firefighters and
policemen put their lives on the
line and make the supreme
Still today, we struggle to
comprehend the national
nightmare that struck our nation on
,the morning of Sept. 11, 2001.
Since 'that day, our nation has
lost more than 3,800 men and
women in Iraq and Afghanistan in
the War Against Terror.
'These young men and women we put in harm's way carry a tremendous
burden. Some may be your sons and daughters or grandchildren, nieces
and nephews; loved ones allf Yes, it is this burden of responsibility that is
passed from generation to generation that preserves our freedom.'
:envision what my life and the life
:of my family would have been like
if we had been defeated in the most
important struggle, maybe in the
:history of mankind. Certainly, it
:was the most important struggle
since the American Revolution.
My father spent most of the war
years in the Pacific Theatre.
Following the war, he served as a
member of the occupation forces in
Japan and later, in Germany. I was
just a little boy in those years but I
remember crying myself to sleep at
night, yearning for him to be home.
While my father was in the
7Pacific, my future father-in-law
:was serving with our allies in
:Europe in the war against
Germany's Hitler and the Axis
World War II was clearly the
most significant event of the last
century. More people were
involved in World War II than any
event in the history of the world. It
is impossible to over estimate the
impact that World War II has had
protect our freedom and our way of
They were called to service in
Beirut, in Grenada and in Panama.
In 1989, the elder President
George Bush said, "Let us never
forget those men and women in the
armed forces who, even in
peacetime, risk their lives in a
hardship post or a dangerous
"Whether it's standing on the
deck of an aircraft carrier off the
Persian Gulf or an anti-terrorist
unit waiting for a call we hope
That cill did come however,
when Iraq invaded Kuwait in 1990.
We know the outcome of the war in
the desert known as Desert Storm,
and we also know that we left
some unfinished business in the
On Sept. II1, 2001, our nation
and the world watched in horror
and stunned disbelief as the attack
on America unfolded on national
television before our very eyes.
We realize that America will
never be the same. And you and I,
and all who are old enough to
remember this event, will never be
We will always remember where
we were and what we were doing
when we first heard the news of
Our nation was built from
adversity and struggle as a colony
and that has shaped our national
character. And I pray that the
everits that occurred on Sept. 11,
2001, and since will help us realign
our national compass and focus.
We Americans had forgotten that
the world is a dangerous place and
that freedom is not free.
And we are at war again, in Iraq
Additionally, we have hundreds
of thousands of young men and
women deployed in harm's way all
over the globe, wherever America
Yes, they are on watch today and
tonight, forward deployed to
Korea, the Middle East, the
Balkans, the. Mediterranean,
Germany, Okinawa, the Western
Pacific, the Indian Ocean, the
I ask that you keep our young
soldiers, sailors, airmen and
Marines in your 'thoughts and
And never forget, that they are.
constantly in harm's way whether
they are in a foxhole at the 38th
parallel in Korea, or on the flight
deck of an aircraft carrier in the
Eastern Mediterranean, or on a
submarine under the polar ice cap,
or flying some high performance
airei'at atit' ice the speed of souid
Their hours are long, their jobs
arduous and dangerous, and their
loved ones are half a world away.
Several years ago in Europe
While participating in a NATO
military exercise, I had the
opportunity to visit Belgium and
the battlefields that inspired Lt.
Colonel John McCrae, a British
Army officer, to write a p6em
entitled "In Flanders Fields."
Flanders was the scene of major
World War I and 'World War II
battles and I was touched by the
great number of cemeteries
scattered across the countryside.
In those fields-millions of men
died in two world wars;
Americans, Canadian, British,
French, German, Dutch, Australian
and many from other countries.
I have since visited Flanders
again .and I am always in awe of
the magnitude of what t9ok place
Lt. Colonel McCrae's poem,
written during a lull on' the
battlefield during World War I,
contains all the significance of
those we honor today who have
made the ultimate sacrifice.
In Flanders Fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row, That
mark our. place; And in the sky the
larks, still bravely singing, Fly scarce
'heard amid the guns below. We are the
dead, Short days ago we lived, felt
dawn, saw the sunset glow, loved and
were loved, and now we lie in Flanders
Fields. Take up our quarrel with the foe:
to you from failing hands we .throw the
torch; Be yours to hold it high. If ye
break faith with us who die we shall not
sleep, Though poppies grow in
Lt. Colonel John McCrae was
killed on the battlefield in Flanders
a few days after he wrote this
As we observe this Memorial
Day 2007, it is well to remember
that the torch mentioned in the
poem does pass from generation to
Our heritage of service and
dedication, and pride and
professionalism, dictate that we
not break the faith with those who
have gone before us, that we
remember and honor their
sacrifices and that we stand always
ready to preserve and defend our
American way of life.
And that we remember and
honor our young service men and
women around the world tonight
who are on the front lines in our
nation's war on terrorism.
They are carrying the fight to our
Today, we honor those who paid
the ultimate sacrifice. And this
weekend, we can't help but honor
all who have rung freedom's bell,
whether they served in our nation's
earliest fight for freedom, or its
latest effort in Iraq and
Afghanistan. We honor and
celebrate the enlightenment of our
forefathers and mothers who risked
everything to deliver freedom.
And as we are gathered here this
morning, let us never forget those
men and women in the armed
forces who, even in peacetime, risk
.and give their lives in a hardship
post or a dangerous assignment--
%. whether it is standing on the deck
.of an aucr.at oaraerJin the Pc'isi .
Gulf or an anti-terrorist unit
waiting for a call.
They are on watch.
And that call has come again and
again in our history.
To put things in perspective, I
would like to read a quote, from an
article that appeared in the Florida
Times Union just as we were
starting our build-up in the Middle
East several years ago in response
to Iraq's invasion and occupation
"Across the road from the
Jacksonville Naval Air Station, a
young couple' was looking for a
place to live. The husband, 21, is a
jet engine mechanic, a plane
"He launches.the birds," his wife
said, referring to the FA-18 Hornet
Strike fighter jets that were based
at Cecil Field Naval Air Station
and assigned to aircraft carriers.
His wife, 20, is on edge every time
he goes to sea. "He's on the flight
deck fpr the night launches," she
"You can get knocked down,".'
sucked up in the engines, blown':I
overboard, killed in an instant. But"'
this is worse," she said, referring-t:o '
his "eminent departure for 'thb',
Those. few, sentences carry, '"
powerful message and reflect th&'
immense pressure and stress that
our young military families live'
with day to day. And this is n6t'i..'
new phenomenon. Young people":
have always borne the brunt' of
These young men and women'
we put in harm's way carry a"'
tremendous burden. Some may 'b6"i
your. sons and daughters :' 'or'
grandchildren, nieces aiid
nephews; loved ones all!
Yes, it is this burden 'of'
resgpnsibility that its passed f riW
generation to generation th'aF:
preserves our freedom. : :: 1,;
- And for those who have made
the supreme sacrifice and paid with':
their lives, they are our heroes'.
Their lives must not be in vain.
In closing, I would like to regd ia"
quote tlat I have had hanging' pr'#'
my office wall for over 27 years.','''
This quote is from Helen Kellir,
who though blind from birth, was i"
great visionary. I have taken mitch'
comfort and inspiration from'ithis''
particular insight of hers.
"It is mostly a superstifitri:'
Security does not exist in nature,
nor do the children of man as :a
whole experience it. Avoiding.'
danger is no safer in the long-run'
than outright exposure.- Life is
either a daring adventures '"or'
It is indeed an honor :to-,
participate in this ceremony and',
this dedication of the Vetemn.;
Memorial Park here in Perry.
May God bless you and rtiay*;
God bless America!
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they are our heroes. Their lives must not be in vain.'
North Atlantic, the Persian Gulf,
the North Sea, the Philippines and
many other places. '
They are on watch for you"and
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contractor and ordered the work
dope., herself," Taylor County
Sheriffs Office Inv. Ron Rice said
in the affidavit.
The' notice to proceed for the
)rk on the house in question was
d by Smith on Dec. 4.
:- J3SHIP grant is for a maximum
qqiediture of $25,000 and
9o'ndant ordered and approved
._0jSditures totalling $26,650,"
'SAecording to County
Bmninistrator Jack Brown, Smith
fgined from her position as
jais assistant on Feb. 5 after
$ ii! told of the investigatigation.
.,6Iown alerted commissioners to
"fe.isue later that month, asking
Jtthe board approve paying the
tpyeices from the building
contractor. He said he had been in
tas" with the SHIP funding
LizCy and had reached an
a.6eemeni where SHIP would pay
fi tlie work rather than the county
iislfi being obligated to pay the
-&ording to Brown, the family
er originally applied for
Agsfance through Florida's Small
BISW Community Development
Block Grant (CDBG) Program.
"The CDBG bid was denied
because the individual was related
to. the SHIP coordinator," Brown
said: in February.
"The previous county
administrator and the grants
coordinator talked with the North
Central Florida Regional Planning
Council. They thought it should be
apprpyed. They went to DCA
[Florida Department of
Community Affairs] and talked to
DCA on a telephone conference
call., DCA still' reiterated they. did
nqt think it should be approved
becafise it was a conflict of
interest," he said.
'"Subsequently, what happened
was the SHIP coordinator
approved construction on this
per on's house through signing the
- paperwork thenel he,' Bro)h
Since the individual would have
been, approved had the grant gone.
through the correct channels, the
state program ultimately agreed to
pay: for the work done, including
the $1,650 spent over the limit, he
Responsibilities for the SHIP
program have since been
overtaken by the recently hired
Get a pass Saturday
.Taylor County coastal residents
may pick up their re-entry passes
.A representative from
emergency management will be at
Taylor Coastal Water building,
located at 18820 Beach Road,
from 9 to 11 a.m.
Kil is on patrol with his handler, Deputy Harper Gibson.
Kilo is on patrol with his handler, Deputy Harper Gibson.
K-9 'Kilo'joins the
war against drugs
Continued from page 1
Kilo attended training school in Tallahassee and has been officially
certified by the United States Police K-9 Association.
"He's certified and working," Gibson said.
"Our K-9s are useful tools in the fight against drugs. We appreciate
Brian and his family donating the dog to our department. Our K-9 team
has been responsible for several good cases and we expect this to continue
with the addition of Kilo to our ranks," Sheriff L.E. "Bummy" Williams
County commission to get an
early start on Monday meeting
Due to crowds expected for a pair of public hearings to consider
proposed comprehensive plan amendments sponsored by the Taylor
Energy Center, the county commission's regular board meeting Monday
will begin at 3:30 p.m., at the county annex.
Once the commission concludes its regular business, the meeting will
recess until 6 p.m., when commissioners will reconvene at the Taylor
County Middle School Auditorium for the public hearings.
In addition to the public hearings on the amendments, the commission
will also hear public comment on a proposed property exchange with
Foley Timber & Land and the Taylor County Transportation
Disadvantaged Program, as well as several other plan amendments,
including one which .would ban missile testing ranges within the county.
Speakers will be limited to two minutes, with no repeats and no
allocating of time to other speakers. The commissioners have decided to
attempt to keep speakers "on topic," leaving it in the hands of Commission
Chairman Malcolm Page to-moderate the hearings.
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Public boat ramp gone
1,400 condos will stay
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lot," he said.
Since the marina is gone, the
county will not be getting a six-
lane, 400-parking place public
boat ramp that Pruitt had agreed to
donate to the community if he was
successful in developing the
He had also agreed to donate
four acres for additional parking
near the public boat launch at
Keaton Beach and another
40-acre parcel for other public
He said Thursday he still plans
to donate some property to the
county but will have to work that
out in a future agreement.
Pruitt said the housing density
will likely be the same as
previously proposed although
there will be single family homes
around the golf course.
He said he will likely keep the
town square concept as well as
1,400 condominium and hotel
An area for launching kayaks
and canoes is also being
But gone will be the public boat
ramp worth millions of dollars as
well as a marine lab and aquarium,
an emergency heliport and a
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through this Saturday, June 2, at
the elections office.
"We'll be open from 8 a.m. to
5 p.m.," Lilliott said.
As of presstime Thursday,
90 residents had taken advantage
of the early voting opportunity.
The elections office has also
mailed out some 350 absentee
ballots for the special primary.
Anyone needing an absentee ballot
may,pick one up at the courthouse
location. The ballots must be
returned to the office by Tuesday.
Officials also noted that Tuesday
will mark the close of voter
registration books for the General
Election, slated June 26.
For more information, please
contact the elections office by
Free summer Pre-K
Classes are underway for the Summer Voluntary Pre-K Program.
If you have a child who will enter kindergarten in the f all and
would like to be a part of the voluntary Pre-K experience, contact
Taylor County Pre-K at 838-2535.
Hours for the free program are Monday through Thursday from
,7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Breakfast and lunch are provided.
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A-4 Perry News-Herald June 1-2, 2007
Dancers perform tonight; Saturday brings Tony Awards Revue
After you leave your job on
Friday at 5 p.m., you can get a
fresh look at "Working 9 to 5" by
attending this year's dance recital,
sponsored by Taylor Gymnastics,
Cheerleading and Dance. It
begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Taylor
County High School Gym-
natorium; admission is $5.
Nearly 100 dancers will perform
in tap, jazz, ballet, hip hop and
lyrical presentations. Lisa
Arrowood is the director.
The following evening,
Saturday, June 2, at 7 p.m.,
Vanessa Wright takes the director's
chair for this year's music theatre
program which showcases the
Tony Awards, spotlighting favorite
musicals which have earned
"They're singing everything,"
said Wright. "There will be no lip-
syncing this year. They act, dance,
sing, do it all."
The 22-member cast actually
includes Wright, along with:
Hannah Allbritton, Christien Boltz,
Abigail Bratcher, Lauren Clover,
Lee Commander, Rebecca
Hagberg, Lauren Hardin, Ashley
Harper, Rachel Higgs, Trey
Krejcar, Arielle Murray, Emily
Newman, Kaci Palomino, Chelsea
Parker, Dustin Richardson,
Caroline Schwab, Emily Selleck,
Katie Smith, Jessica Strickland,
Bryan Tyler and Savannah
"This is our fifth year for a
musical theatre revue," said
Wright. "Look for scenes and
songs from 'Annie,' 'Chicago,'
'West Side Story' and other popular
Tickets are $5 and will be
available at the door of the TCHS
Haley Suzanne Hightower, James Gabriel High
Hightower, High to say
vows in June wedding
'Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hightower Sr. of Tallahassee announce the
engagement of their daughter, Haley Suzanne, to James Gabriel High, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy High of Crawfordville.
,The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. Gloria Kemp of Perry, the
late Adolph Kemp of Perry, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Hightower of Monticello.
-Miss Hightower is 'a 1997 graduate of Maclay High School. She
received a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics from The Florida
State University and is now employed by the Leon County School District.
.The prospective groom is the grandson of Mr: and Mrs. James High of'
Crawfordville, the late Winonia High, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Royce
Posey Sr. of Crawfordville.*
-He is a 1998 graduate of Wakulla High School and received a Bachelor
of Science-degree in criminology from Florida State University. Mr. High
is-employed by Progressive Insurance Company.
The couple will exchange vows on June 9, 2007, at First Baptist Church
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Twenty-two local performers will pay tribute to Tony award-winning musicals in Saturday's theatrical revue.
Forms for engagements and
new arrivals are available at
the newspaper office, 123 S.
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A-5Perry News-Herald June-1-2,2007
Taylor Made Sing, Auction are tonight!
*: -Thomas Craft, Mandi Flowers
Saturday wedding to
unite Flowers, Craft
Sndi Flowers, the daughter of Dell Flowers and the late Matt Flowers,
wpE'tiarry Thomas Craft in a poolside ceremony Saturday, June 2, 2007,'
afiiE bride's home, 1900 Wodmore Street.
~3ests will be received at 7 p.m for a 7:30 ceremony which will be
foM-ed by a small reception. All friends and relatives of the couple are
c dkflly invited to attend.
Big Bend Hospice of Perry's
Advisory Council members invite
you to attend the annual Taylor
Made Sing 'and Auction tonight,
June 1, in the First United
Methodist Church fellowship hall
at. 302 N. Jefferson St. in Perry.
This event includes a chicken
dinner, great music and a "terrific
live auction." Take-out dinners
will be available starting at 5:15
p.m. The serving line will be open
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tickets for the
evening are only $5 for the dinner,
music and auction. Tickets are
available at the door.
Frankie Edwards, Faith Quartet
and Jamie Portwood will provide
an evening of gospel and
contemporary Christian music.
Homemade cakes from Taylor
County's best bakers, great
merchandise and gift certificates
from local merchants will be up for
auction. Auction items include a
weekend get-away package, a
LASIK (laser vision correction) by
Dr. Joel Shugar and original
artwork. In addition, there will be
chance drawings for door prizes.
John Fish will be the emcee for the
"We depend on the auction to
raise money to support hospice
care of our patients and their
families here in Taylor County.
The generosity of our local
businesses and professionals will
help Big Bend Hospice to continue
providing quality end-of-life care
for our community," according to
Catherine Arnold, Big Bend
All proceeds from the Taylor
Made Sing and Auction will 'be
used to support patient care for Big
Bend Hospice patients in Taylor
County. Call 838-3096 for mort
information or to purchase a ticket.
Tickets are also available from
Advisory Council members Flora
Woodfaulk, Shirley Scott, Jim
Frostick, Debbie Howell, Sherwin
Odum, Jan Lee, Mary Ann Pervatt,
Mary Jane Fish, Lynn Bennett and
Big Bend Hospice is Taylor
County's original hometown
hospice serving Taylor County
residents since 1983. Big Bend
Hospice is a private, nonprofit
organization that provides
compassionate care to individuals
with limited life expectancy and
their families offering care teams
consisting of an experienced RN, a
family counselor, a home health
you don't have
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Lunch will be served at 12 p.m.
instead of 2 p.m. as stated in
Wednesday's Taco Times., So
come hungry but don't wait until 2
p.m. to show up.
. All family members and friends
are cordially invited to attend.
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move all grass or weeds, then fill the trench with tightly-rolled newspapers, and tap
each down until it sits just below the outside edge of the trench. Then top with a
thick layer of mulch and smooth the area so the bed slopes to the grass edge. A
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therapist, a chaplain and trained
volunteers to every patient.
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Bereavement services are also
provided to support anyone in the
community coping with a loss.
By DELORES L. WALKER
With the haze of smoke settling over our area like a
suffocating blanket from the recent rash of wildfires
blazing in Florida and Georgia, my memory was
carried back to a time in the fifties. It was at that time
I was witness to a devasting fire at Granger Lumber
Company located close to my home on Center Street.
The lumber mill was one of the largest employers in
Taylor County during that time, covering a- large
portion of land off Highway 27. The adjoining section
of land was home to several employees. In fact, I
believe some of those fine houses exist today along
Granger Drive. My Uncle Elmer Ray and Aunt Louise
Mathis lived on Granger Drive, but not in one of the
company houses. Their place was like a second home
to me during my growing up years so it was not
uncommon to find me there throughout the
week.Without a doubt, their home was one of the best
places in town to visit. There were cousins in
abundance to play with and some of the most
delicious food in town to eat. Aunt Louise was a stay-
at-home mom who was very involved with the needs
of her family. Being there earned you the same
privileges, so I made sure the cousins invited me as
often as possible. It was on one of the sleepover
nights at their house that the tragic fire interrupted
what had started out to be an ordinary day.
All the children were settled down for the night, but
we girls were still rehashing the adventures of the
day. We were on the verge of our teen years so the
adventures mostly involved our latest heart-throb. We
knew to keep the chatter at a low volume since their
bedroom was next door to their parents. But, just like
teens today, our concept of low-volume differed
greatly from that of the adults. But anyway, right in
the middle of the ongoing saga of a "Teen's Latest
Fling," someone happened to glance out the open
window of the bedroom. Their discovery woke the
entire household when they shouted, "Fire!"
Stumbling over each other we rushed out the door
toward the front yard to watch in horror as part of the
neighborhood went up in flames. I remember
standing there in disbelief as the flames of red,
yellow, blue and white fire shot skyward accompanied
by sounds of popping and crackling as the menacing
fire rolled over the entire structure in a matter of
minutes, gobbling up the large office building and the
planing mill. The lumber yard never stood a chance
as the flames danced from stack to stack of lumber,
devouring everything. With the dry lumber gone, the
fire ran along the ground gaining speed as it sparked
the first, then the second pile of sawdust, never
pausing as it took everything within sight. The fire's'
path was never interrupted, even though the brave
firefighters battled with all their might. It was a losing
fight ,from the start, one that most firemen of that
time had not seen before. I don't believe even today's
up-to-date equipment could combat the effects of
such a fire as the one I saw that night.
No one felt the need for sleep; instead, we chose to
watch until the sky was cleared of the flames that had
invaded our peaceful existence. All talk of boys was
gone from our minds as we voiced question after
question about the fire. It was the first time we had
been this close to a real disaster. One that affected
friends and family members who, either worked at the
mill or like my daddy, sold his logs there. Somehow,
that night we made passage from childhood to a time
when we understood that life doesn't come with a "no
The fire smoldered for days with the acrid smell of
smoke clinging to everything and everyone. All that
was left were the brick retaining walls that stood like
spectres against the sky. The sense of grief was so
real as images of a thriving business played in our
minds while our eyes saw only remains of what had
I never learned if the fire was a deliberate act of
malice or just one of those unexplainable twists in
life. But, I did learn that such a happening as this
has the tendency to draw a community closer as we
confront the enemy that threatens our way of life,
whatever the source. Much like it was then,
firefighters and community worked together as
Lafayette County experienced Mallory Swamp Fire
some years back and now the recent statewide fires.
Just as the Taylor County firemen did then, the brave
firefighters of today put their lives on the line during
those times and also daily so that I can live in safety.
My gratitude salutes your bravery and dedication.
As I made my way toward Perry, I glanced toward
the new business that sits on the spot that I saw go
up in flames on that long ago night. Such it is with all
things in life, change is part of the cycle. The good,
the bad and yes, even the ugly, is what molds us to
be who we are as we move forward in life with what
the day offers.
Delores L. Walker can be reached at edmwalk(dwindstream.net
There were lots of
boats, lots of fishing
BY PAT MCGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service ,
' There were plenty of boats out
for the. long Memorial Day
weekend. Here are just a few of the
Dustin Strickland, Jeana and
Matt Courson and Kerri Zipperer
of Valdosta had 20 trout and one
Spanisk last week on Nuclear
Chicken and New Penny in 5 -10
feet of water.
Saturday and Sunday Lee, Dee
an Tiffany Bennett of Keaton
Beach caught a limit of trout and
reds and saw a ton of scallops!
Walter and Charlotte Biemacki
of Lake 'Park, Ga., caught their
limit of trout Saturday fishing
with Saltwater Assassin's and New
Penny Gulp under Cajuns.
Monday, Kenny Bass and Mike
Martin of Hahira, Ga., went 21
miles offshore and brought back 2
grouper and 2 kings trolling
-Mann's Stretch Thirty Plus plugs.
Randy Brynette and Bruce
.Goldstein had their limit of trout
Saturday while fishing with live
pinfish under Cajuns.
Jimmy Lawson, Raymond
Newton, Bill Star and Larry
Carlton of Carrolton, Ga., had
their limit of trout each day
(Friday-Sunday) with 8 trout over
20 inches long. They were fishing
with Saltwater Assassin 5' inch
Truce Goose and Deadly Dudley
salt and pepper patterns bouncing
the bottom with 1/4 oz. jigs and
using weightless as jerk baits in
3.5 to 6 feet of water.
Here is the TGIF Charters report
from Edward Thomas:
On Thursday the 17th I fished
Jerry Terrill from Lee. He landed
two cobia on live bait. One was
45.3 pounds and the other was
43.4 pounds. We also had a limit
of 10 trout on Gulp.
Friday the 18th I fished with
Winston and Barbara Jones from
Tyler, Texas and Clark Jones from
Tallahassee. They managed to land
11 trout, the largest 22 inches (2.8
lbs.) 4 rock bass and a 3-foot
David Bosch of Tifton, Ga., had
"Peng and I took a couple of
rookies on Saturday and did pretty
well on quality fish. .We picked
up a 25, a 24 and a 22-inch trout
in around 3 feet of water. All on
pinfish under Cajuns. I was
trying other stuff, but in terms of
quality and consistency the pin
fish were outfishing everything
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A-6 Perry News-Herald June 1-2, 2007
Hunter safety course
offered here June 4-9
Taylpr County 4-H will sponsor a Hunter Safety Course June 4-8 from
5 until 8 p.m., and June 9 from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the 4-H office in
Forest Capital Hall.
The course is open to ages 8 and up with youth and adults welcome.
A $25 fee covers dinner each day, snacks and drinks.
On Saturday; June 9, a written test will be given and a parent must
accompany his/her child. Lunch is also "on your own" that day.
To sign up, please contact the 4-H Office at 838-3508 or stop by the
local 4-H/Cotinty Extension Office (old armory building).
For questions contact Becky Strickland at 584-5293.
deadline June 13
The deadline to apply for the
Florida ,Fish and Wildlife
(FWC) special-opportunity fall
hunts is June 13.
Special-opportunity hunts offer
hunters vast areas, abundant game,
low hunter quotas and excellent
chances to bag quality deer, hogs
and released quail on some of the
best public hunting areas in the
Special-opportunity deer and
wild hog hunts take place on Fort
Drum (Indian River County), Lake
Panasoffkee (Sumter County),
Triple N Ranch (Osceola County)
and Green Swamp West Unit
(Pasco County) wildlife
management areas (WMAs).
Released-quail hunts take place on
Blackwater WMA Carr Unit in
Santa Rosa County.
Hunters may apply for these
permits at any license agent or tax
collector's office or submit an
application at wildlifelicense.com.
Application worksheets are
available at MyFWC.com.
Demand for these hunts is
typically greater than the number
of permits available, so a random
drawing is conducted to select
applicants. Hunters can improve
their chances of being selected by
submitting as many nonrefundable
$5 applications as they want. If
selected, the cost of the hunts
ranges from $50 to $175.
Visit MyFWC.com/hunting for
more information on how to apply
for special-opportunity hunt
Buying mallard ducks
requires FWC permit
Did you know you need a
special permit when buying a
mallard duck in Florida? Retail"
outlets, such as feed-and-seed
stores and flea market vendors,
also are required to have permits to
sell these ducks, and by law, they
cannot sell mallards to anyone
who does not have the proper
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
law enforcement officers will be
making routine visits to sellers of'
ducks, educating retailers on the
rule and making sure of
"This is not a new law, but we
are making an effort to make sure
businesses selling mallard ducks
are aware of it and its importance,"
said Lt. Col. Michael Wiwi,
FWC's deputy director of law
The rule, which also makes it
unlawful to release captive-reared
mallards into the wild, was passed
by the FWC in 2004 to help
protect the existence of the state's
native mottled duck a unique
subspecies found only in
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ducks, it pushes Florida's mottled
duck population closer to
"Domesticated or feral mallards
are crossbreeding with our mottled
duck, producing hybrid offspring,"
FWC biologist and waterfowl
management program coordinator
Diane Eggeman said. "This is a
serious concern and if not stopped,
this hybridization could result in
the extinction of Florida's mottled
For more information on this
rule or to learn how you can help
protect Florida's mottled duck,
contact the FWC waterfowl office
at (850) 488-5878, or visit
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A-7 Perry News-Herald June 1-2, 2007
Take the plunge: 'Make a splash with Jesus!'
Each summer the First Presbyterian Church, St. James Episcopal Church
and the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church join together for a
Cooperative Vacation Bible School.
Families in the community are invited to come join in the fun and
adventure June 4-7 from 5:30.-8 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 310
Dinner will be served each evening at 5:30. Please call the church office
to register, 584-3826.
SonForce Kids unite at 1st Methodist
First United Methodist Church invites all the children in the community
to become "SonForce Kids!"
"We're ready for a Vacation Bible School your children will never
forget," said the Rev. Matt Wallis, pastor of the church. "At SonForce Kids
your kids will have a great time singing, watching skits, creating crafts and
playing games. But most important, they'll discover how to have courage
as God's special agents.
"We're looking forward to sharing this exciting event with the children
and-parents in our neighborhood. We hope they will all join us at SonForce
This Vacation Bible School event begins Sunday, June 3, and continues
through Thursday, June 7, with classes from 5:30 until 8 p.m.
Meet Ranger the Rescue Dog at Faith Baptist
Faith Baptist Church, located on Highway 19 North, will hold its
Vacation Bible School June 4-8 featuring the adventures of Ranger the
Rescue Dog and his friends.
All children--ages 2 through 12-- are invited to classes from 6 until 8:30
p.m. with supper served. For questions or transportation, please call the
church at 584-2980.
Visit Game Day Central at Lakeside or Crosspoint
"Game Day Central: Where Heroes are Made" will be the theme of this
year's Vacation Bible School at Lakeside Baptist Church. The event is
planned for June 3-8 from 6 until 8 p.m. Family Night will be June 8.
Running consecutively, Crosspoint.Baptist Fellowship will also present
"Game Day Central" June 3-8, but at a different time. Supper will be
served at 5 p.m. with classes running from 5:40 until 8:30 p.m. Please call
672-0842 if you need further information.
Youth concert slated Saturday
The monthly youth event, Fusion, will be held this Saturday, June 2,
beginning at 6:30 p.m. Live music by "Facedown" will be featured outside
Cornerstone Fellowship Church, which is located in Perry Plaza Shopping
Center. Everyone is cordially invited to attend.
Prefer gospel music?
The Perry First Church of God on Highway 221 North will have its
monthly sing on Saturday, June 2, beginning at 7 p.m. "The Mercy
Mountain Boys" and "Heirs of Grace" will perform, following a fish fry
which begins at 5:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend.
'Lift off' in Jena...
The First Baptist Church of Jena will hold Vacation Bible School on
E WH U 1OI Sunday Meetings:
Woods Creek Rd. Sunday School 10:00 am
Perry, Fla. Sacrament Service 10:50 am
Phone: 850-584-9583 Wednesday Meetings:
Missionaries: 850-584-8097 Young Men/Young Women
Visitors always welcome 7:00 pm
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First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
302 N.Jefferson St., Perry, FL
Monday, June 4, through Friday, June 8, from 6 until 8:30 p.m. Classes
will be offered for age 3 through sixth grade.
The theme for this year's school is "Lift-Off: Soaring to New Heights
with God." Five flight plans will be incorporated into the study,
encouraging participants to learn and act on these phrases: I will follow; I
will trust; I will listen; I will repent; and I will serve.
Parents are reminded, "If you bring your child and you need the bus to
take them home, we need your phone number and how to find your house.
'* Please see page 8
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and T IIursdIayIs.
Kenneth Dean Kelly, the
infant son of Mike and Nancy
Kelly was born at Tallahassee
Regional Medical Center on
May 26, 2007, and entered
God's arms on the same day.
Survivors include: his
parents, Mike and Nancy
(Howell) Kelly; three
brothers, Christopher Coffee,
Johnathan Coffee and Blade
Kelly; one sister, Dannie
Coffee; paternal grandparents,
John and Debi Porter and
Louis and Martha Kelly;
Russell and Lanita Howell;
paternal great grandmothers,
Diane Porter and Rose Kay;
along with a host of aunts,
uncles and cousins.
A memorial is planned for
Saturday, June 2, at 11 am at
Pleasant Grove Baptist
Church. Interment will be in
Tennessee on June 8.
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home
in Perry is handling all
Ash Street *
CHURCH OF CHRIST
601 West Ash Street.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship 10:45 a.m.
Wed. Bible Class
Church Ph: 584-6155 Carl Desmartin: 223-3210
StL Johns Christian
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Morning Worship 1t:00 a.m. StudylPrayer Meeting
Nursery a.id Children's Ministr' Providtd
(located at the Intersection of Puckett Rd and Golf Course Rd )
SMark,McElfresh, pastor 584-7251
Faith Baptist Church
1439 Hwy. 19 North
June 4-8, 2007
Kids ages 2-12
Please come join us for Vacation Bible School as we learn about
how we can be rescued and saved by God's awesome power!
We will have lots and lots of fun, puppets, crafts, games, food and
snacks. Come and meet Ranger the Rescue Dog as he joins a
family who learns many things about heroes and God's great
power to rescue His people. We will also have a special guest,
Captain Russ Q. Crash, a pilot of a rescue helicopter.
Each night will be an adventure to remember!
Supper will be provided for each child.
Transportation will also be provided if needed.
For more information, please call the church office at 584-2980.
HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
Perry First Church of God
Sunday School 10:00 10:45
Worship Service 11:00 12:00
.'' ., *- Children s Church 11:00 12:00
Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
Choir Practice 6:00 6:45
Sunday Service 7:00 8:00
Youm uroup 0:uu /:30u
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992 Study Group 7:00
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2959 Golf Course Rd.
Sunday Worship Services
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6:00 pm Evening Worship
8:00 pm Adult Choir Practice
Discipleship Training 6:00 pm
Programs & Bible Study for all ages!
Bring the Whole Family
Calvary Baptist Youth meet each Monday Night 6:00 pm.
All area youth are invited.
Sat. 6 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m. & 10:3ll a.m.
CCD & Adult Education Clases
Sunday 9:00 a.m.
2750 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 584-3169
L Rev. Slade Crawford, Pastor J
KFirst United Methodist Church
Open Hearts Open Minds & Open Doors
S"The People of the United Methodist Church"
302 N. Jefferson St. Perry, Fl. (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460
Matt Wallis, pastor nursery provided Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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A-8 Perry News-Herald June 1-2, 2007
Teachers, administrators commended for FCAT scores
continued from page 1
slate average-of 38 percent.
Although llth grade students
improved by one percent, they still
lg far behind the state average,
jith 25 percent of students scoring
Level 3 or above versus 37
Taken as a whole, Kemp said she
'as pleased with much of thd new
data released on the reading,
writingg and math sections.
"The improvement in almost all
grades is significant, both in
percentage at or above Level 3, but
also above state average," Kemp
She also pointed to the decrease
in the percentage of students who
scored at Level 1 in reading and
"For example, we now have only
five percent of our students in third
grade in Level 1. We're down to the
mid and low teens in our middle
grades. In ninth grade this year, for
the first time ever, both reading
and math were above state
average. This is, without a doubt,
the most important improvement
we've made this year in terms of
student growth and achievement,"
"To see our Level l's in some
grades drop to single digits, and in
most others to under 20 percent is
a solid sign that we are on the right
track with our curriculum,
instruction and teaching,"
Superintendent of Schools Oscar
M. Howard Jr. said. "The
improvement for our ninth graders
was wonderful. We think the Lap
Ceremony to include mortgage burning
Homcoming celebrated Sunday
Top Initiative Grant contributed to
"I must commend our middle
grade teachers for getting the ninth
graders ready for the increased
rigor and demand of ninth grade. I
especially want to credit Michael
Thompson, Sandy Hendry, Anne
Morgan and the entire ninth grade
team of teachers for taking their
new organization units, hitting the
school year running, and proving
that Taylor County ninth graders
can make the grade."
Howard said the district is
already using the new data to
prepare for next year.
"This year's scores have
improved and I'm encouraged, but
it's just one year. We have to
continue to make improvements
every year, with all our students; if
we want to be the Honor Roll
District we strive for," he said.
School grades and annual yearly
progress (AYP) is expected to be
released in the next two weeks.
"After that, we'll have a much
better idea of the kinds of changes
we'll need to make, at the district
level and the school levels,"
"Right now, I just want our
teachers, students, administrators,
parents and community to enjoy
this progress. It's a'testament to
the determination we have as a
school system to be competitive
with the other districts in Florida,
and, most importantly, that we are
determined to provide our students
with the best possible educational
"I want to commend out teachers
PreK-12," Kemp added. "In the
past three years, we have
continually outscored our
neighboring districts on most
levels. Our teachers have been
continually involved in
professional development to help
them improve their instruction.
The pressure of FCAT on them is
tremendous and unbelievably
stressful, but they continue to work
smarter, doing 'those things we ask
them to do."
Send a little piece of
home off to college with
Give them a
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ior information, call Betty Beck at 498-5766, Vaughn
iarnell at 498-2190 or Daniel Moore at 498-2504.
Usher Appreciation Day is Sunday
SNew Bethel Missionary Baptist Church has
scheduled Usher Appreciation Day for Saturday, June
3 at 3 p.m. The theme is, "Ushering Our Way Toward
Christ" and the speaker will be the Rev. Victor
Holmes. Pastor Roosevelt Knight invites the
Revival begins in Steinhatchee
Friendship Chapel Church of God in Steinhatchee
glans revival services June 2-6 from 6 until 7 p.m.
Evangelist Jack McKinley, who has pastored churches
for more than 40 years and served on the state council
as well as in the role of district overseer, will be
leading the services.
Pastor Chester Ash invites everyone to this "Last
Homecoming set at Pleasant Grove
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church will celebrate its
128th Homecoming Sunday, June 3. Dr. John Sullivan,
executive director of the Florida Baptist Convention,
will speak during morning services at 11 a.m.; lunch
will follow and then a special afternoon service will
start at 1:30 p.m. The afternoon session will include
burning the mortgage to the church, Pastor Danny
Lundy said. "Everyone is welcome to come and share
Dale Evan Land
Dale Evan Land, 55, died May
b9, 2007, in Tallahassee.
SA native and lifelong resident of
,'aylor County, he attended
C(rosspoint Baptist Fellowship and
previously worked as a painter for
He was preceded in death by his
Either, Curtis Land.
j Survivors include: one daughter,
jasmine Hagan of Greenville; t ,ki
lirothers, Dean Land and David
Kand, both of Perry; two
;grandchildren; and a host of nieces
.* Graveside services will be held
today, June 1, at 11 a.m. at the
Land Cemetery in Mayo with
Eddie Pridgeon and Samuel Bass
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home in
Perry is in charge of arrangements.
Betty Ann Montgomery
Betty Ann Montgomery, 53, died
May 12, 2007, at Doctors'
A native of Tampa she came to
Perry from Zephyrhills and had
lived here for 14 years. She was a
She was -preceded in death by a
brother, Jake McGee and a sister,
Survivors include: her husband
of 37 years, Larry Montgomery of
Perry; her parents, Jesse and Leila
Ann McGee; her in-laws, Artie and
Lena Montgomery of Tennessee;
three sons, Larry Eugene
Montgomery and wife Kera of
Zephyrhills, Mark Allen
Montgomery and wife Amanda
and Steven Montgomery, all of
Perry; one daughter, Leeann
Gerlach and husband Victor of
Perry; three brothers, Owen
McGee, Doug McGee and Sam
McGee; five sisters, Gail Rich,
Melody Vinas, Judy Tuttle, BeBe
Norman and Katie Faulk; and six
Funeral services were held in
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements.
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Dolly Parton's Imagination
B-1 Perry News-Herald
June 1-2, 2007
to offer free books
-,The Early Learning Coalition o:
tl Bilig Bend has partnered with
Whole Child and other community)
partners to bring Dolly Parton's
lrfagination Library to the Big
Beiid area, including Taylor
.Doli Parton's Imagination
Librar) is a specially chosen ,
collection of hardback books
designed to spark a lifelong
1l6e of reading. Preschoolers
(aSn child under the age of
fie)E living in the Big Bend
ronri may enter the program
j.i ar time and begin receiving
an; age-appropriate book each
month in the mail.
;Enrolling a child in Imagination
LibrarN is done at no cost to the
i"The Imagination Library will
b&. such a positive start for
children," said Chris Duggan,
executive director of the Early
Learning Coalition. "Their
participation in this program will
0l4d to a greater ability to learn,
gtowth in imagination and better
preparation for entering school. To
receive a book in the mail every
n.onth. addressed to their very own
name, will build the children's self-
ekteem in such a positive way."
;'The Imagination Library is a
deigned to help children dream
more. learn more, care more and
he more,' and it is really
S..orking," Parton said.
"My dream is to expand
Imagination Library all
over America and all over
L the world. By doing so,
we are giving the gift of
reading to every pre-
I |school child."
S* To request a
registration form to get
your child started in
the program, contact the
Early Learning Coalition at
'50-385-0551 or visit
Individuals and organizations
w, hicl would like to make pledges
to help support the program, which
costs about $30 per year per child,
are asked to contact the coalition
as well. There is no charge to the
children in the program.
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'At World's End'delights with
high seas action and laughs
"Drink up me hearties, yo ho!"
When "Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black
Pearl" opened in theaters back in 2003, it reintroduced
the pirate genre into the world's collective pop culture. It
also gave us what is sure to go down as one of the most
iconic characters in movie history in Captain Jack
Sparrow, played with a drunken flair by Johnny Depp.
With the huge box office success of the film, it was
little surprise when it was announced that Disney,
producer Jerry Bruckheimer, director Gore Verbinski
and the rest of the crew would return for two more
"Pirates" movies to be shot back to back. *
Last year's "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's
Chest" expanded the cast, adding a new villain in the
: monstrous Davy Jones (Bill Nighy) and the enigmatic
voodoo woman, Tia Dalma (Naomie Harris). It also
hoisted up the action, humor and special effects,
highlighted by Jones' half-
human, half-fish crew.
While the plot overwhelmed .
the characters at' times, the '
movie was a successful add ion .
to the franchise, using all of its
pieces to build up. to a
surprising cliffhanger finale .
which left audiences full of '
anticipation for last week's Ik
release of "Pirates of the
Caribbean: At World's End."
That anticipation paid off
with a worldwide gross of more
than $400 million over its first
Before I tread any further
into the new movie, let the
warning bell be rung. If you
haven't seen the pre\ ious
movies, there's no point in
seeing the third first, and the iPIIlTS 1h.
following review will contain
Spoilers for both films. w
So consider y ourself
When we last left our pirate
friends, Jack and the Black Pearl had been lost to the vile
kraken (with a little help from Elizabeth Swann). The
others returned to Tia Dalma's to find a way to get him
back, which she offered as long as they were willing to
travel to the "end of the earth." To help them, she' called
out their new captain, cuing the biggest surprise of
"Dead Man's Chest" in the return of Captain Barbossa
(Geoffrey Rush), the villain from the first film.
Meanwhile, back at Port Royal, James Norrington (Jack
Davenport) returned with the heart of Davy Jones, which
he gave to the East India Trading Company's, Lord
Cutler Beckett (Tom Hollander) in exchange for his
Like "Return of the Jedi," the third film in the original
"Star Wars" trilogy, "At World's End" does not pick up
right after the end of the second film, but presumably
several months 'later, after the various plans for rescue
and domination are in place and ready to be acted upon.
As such, the film opens with arguably one of the
darkest scenes of 'the trilogy as the East India Trading
Company cracks down on anyone associated with
piracy. With his heart in their possession, Davy Jones is
forced to do the company's bidding, namely to destroy
Barbossa, Elizabeth (Keira Knightley), Will Turner
(Orlando Bloom) and the rest are in Singapore to meet
with the Pirate Lord Sao Feng (Chow Yun-Fat) to invite
him to a gathering of the Brethren Court as well as steal
a map leading the way to Davy Jone's Locker and Jack
What follows is more than two hours of deals,
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"Lend Me a Tenor".
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Young Actors Theater
JuCy 6 22
Tallahassee Little Theatre
"Once on This Island"
July 27-29, Aug. 3-5
Theatre A La Carte presents
'"The Scarlet Pimpernel"
promises and betrayals as each of the characters pursues
his own ends. While it can be a bit confusing at times, I
did not feel overwhelmed and with a bit of concentration
and remembering what everybody wants, it is not
In fact, even with all the plots, the characters come to
the forefront more so than in "Dead Man's Chest."
All of the intrigue builds to a climatic conclusion in
what has to be 6ihe of th:,;best naval battle scenes ever
put on the silver screen filled with cannonfire,
swordfights and soaring rope swings.
The cast members, by this time, really understand
their characters, and present some of the best
performances of the trilogy. Elizabeth and Will have
grown from the first film and their actions--her betrayal
of Jack arid his promise to free his father--drive them
throughout this film. Jack Sparrow has Always been the
an ,- main draw of these films,
,. and he has even more
opportunity to show his
Sweird side this time around.
S, Barbossa's return is
possible. the best addition to
4 -the cast. sho' ing how
i much he %ka' missed in the
second htim His constant
.i '. ei" etbal sparring w\ th Jack
S |" actuallI outshines their
.'~ sord pla,,in "Curse of the
Black Pearl.' More than
an.thing. .ou get t he
feeling from u arching the
characters on the screen
that the actors .were hjaing
fun making this film. which
makes watching them all
the more fun.
.\\hen Iia Dalma asks if
the cre\ is read\ to bra\e
/ I1 BBF1 [lthe "weird" at the end of
0m .s ) S F.1% .) -.'.1, -4 jadd NlankQ.CLt.rY ,she
L\N\\ 25 the audience about "At
World's End." The writers
and director obviously threw caution to the wind with
this installment, giving us some of the strangest scenes
in a mainstream blockbuster in some time. I won't spoil
anything for you, but Jack in Davy Jone's Locker is one
of the funniest and strangest scenes I've seen.
The special effects are, simply put, amazing. It's just
about impossible to' tell where make-up and
animatronics end and the computer work begins. The
finale battle, as I. said before, will leave you in
amazement. The effects have truly come to the point
where most of the time, you are not asking yourself
"how'd they do that?".and simply accepting what you're
seeing. I do not envy the academy voters when it comes
to deciding the year's best special effects, with "Spider-
Man 3" already out and the rest of the summer still to go.
"At World's End" is one of the most fun movie
experiences I've had in years. If you enjoyed the, first
two, by all means, see the third.
Parents, however, should be warned that there are
several intense scenes, but if they made it through "Dead
Man's Chest," they should be fine with this one. The
movie 'is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of
action/adventure: violence and some frightening images.
Much has been made over whether this will be the
final "Pirates" film. I'll just say that if no more are made,
"At World's End" would make a satisfying conclusion.
That's not to say there's not room to sail on. The
characters' lives are not over (well, not all of them), and
there is still treasure to be found in the Caribbean and
beyond. If they dodecide.to hoist the colors again, I'll be
there waiting. '
TWednesday, June 6
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
Extreme Monster Truck Nationals
North Florida Fairgrounds
Saturday, June 2
Suwannee Valley Bluegrass Pickin'
Otter Springs Resort Lodge
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Saturday, June 7-9
10th annual Florida
African Dance Festival-
Dance and drumming workshops
at Tallahassee Community College
as well as a concert June 9 at
FAMU's Lee Hall Auditorium.
Suwannee River Jubilee
Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park
Saturday, June 23
Impressions of Paris
Annual art auction featuring local,
regional and national artists' original
works, as well as a few signed and
numbered limited editions. Proceeds
benefit Big Bend Cares.
The Moon, Tallahassee
Equalizer will be one of the many monster trucks at the North Florida Fairgrounds tonight
through Sunday when Extreme. Monster Truck Nationals hits Tallahassee. The shows tonight
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Ey MARK VIOLA This time around, however, they Angelina Jolie in the lead, could bi
May was the biggest month at are worried less about dwindling the most remembered movie of the
the-. box office in history. Three of food supplies and the evils of man, summer come Oscar time. It tells
the top six grossing opening and more about the perfect wave, the real-life story of Mariane Peai'
weekends belong to movies that giving us (as if we 6sked for it) a (Jolie) as she leads the frantic.
opened last month: "Spider-Man '"behind-the-scenes" look at the effort to locate her journalism
3," "'Shrek the Third" and "Pirates Penguin World Surfing husband, Daniel Pearl, after he i.
of the Caribbean: At World's End." Championship. abducted while on assignment i
While June will be hard pressed Opening June 15. is the super- Pakistan. As we know fror
to equal those numbers, there's still hero sequel, "Fantastic Four: The watching the news, he was, late"
plenty f movies out there to draw Rise of the 'Silveri Surfer." The beheaded by his terrorist captors ii
people to theatres., first film, which packed more fun one of highest profile and horrific
This. weekend there are two than plot, got drummed by critics kidnapping since the war began.
movies brave enough to open wide. spoiled by the seriousness of the Wrapping'up the weekend ig
in front of the guns of "Pirates."- "Spider-Man" and "X-Men" -flicks, "Captivity," another horror film il
Up 'first is "Mr. Brooks," a but turned out :to be one of the the "Hostel" vein, and "You Kii
psychological thriller- starring highest grossing movies of the Me," a dark comedy about ag
Kevin Costner, Demi Moore and summer of 2005. If the second one alcoholic hitman played by Bei
William Hurt about a detective is as fun as the first, it should be a Kingsley.
hunting down a serial killer. The hit as well. Bruce Willis returns as Johj
trailers. look satisfyingly creepy Up next. is "Nancy Drew," the McClane in "Live Free or Die
and the movie should serve as .a theatrical adaptation of the.famous Hard". on Wednesday, June 27.
alternative for those not interested girl mystery series. From the Although it has been quite awhile
'in the blockbuster fair. trailers, it's hard to tell how serious since the last "Die Hard" movit.
The second film is "Knocked they are taking their material or if the trailer has lots of explosion!
Up," an R-rated comedy from the the movie will end up more parody .and gunfights. Bruce Willis i4
people who gave us "The 40 Year than mystery. reportedly very happy with thi
Old- Virgin." That film was a. inal prod ct. If Bruce is happ,
Fippwise-.bit min2005 and helped I'.. m happy.,, -
launch Steve Carrell's recent surge. The month finishes up on Jung
This film tells the- story of Ben :.2 i h. the next Pixar offering"
Stone, who is shocked when one of Ratatouille," about a rat who
his one-night stands comes back to T ant-s to become a chef in Paris
tell him she's pregnant. .' ",France With Brad Bir1
Openirig in 1,000 screens this ;. responsible for "The Incredibles
weekend is "Gracie," about a girl : and The Iron Giant") as.directoA
in 1970's New Jersey trying to get '' i should easily continue Pixar
on the boy's varsity soccer team, hot streak when it comes to boq
Next weekend three movies are office and critical successes.
opening wide, including "Ocean's .. This has been a busy summe,
13," the summer's fourth three- and there's np end in sight. July it
quel. Danny Ocean and company i jiround the corner with'suc."
are back after one of their own is. titles s "Transformers" and "Harit
double-crosted by casino owner Potter and the Order of thl
Willy Bank (Al Pacino). Although' Phoenix" that could make Summ"
"Ocean's .11" was one of my "-1 'i007 the biggest box office seascet
favorite movies of 2001, the 2004 "DOA: Dead or Alive," the ever.
sequel left much to be desired. I video game adaptation also opens Before leaving you, however, J
read an interview 'with George June 15, with scantily clad women would like to point out anoth@
Clooniey in which he said they battling it out in fights to the death, movie opening in limited relea"
weren't too happy with it either, The June 22 weekend is pretty this month, the Russian film, "Dam
which, ultimately led them to full, starting with "1408," an Watch." If things go well, it courd
consider making a third. It's good adaptation of Stephen King's short could get as close as Tallahassee.:,
to see people in Hollywood admit story about a haunted hotel room. The movie is the higher
when are wrong (although that's With a cast that includes. John grossing film in Russian. in tl"
about as rare as when they're Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson, the post-Soviet era. It is the sequel to
right). Hopefully they'll be able to early buzz has been very positive. the widely popular supernatur
fix the problems this time around. Also opening is the most horror/action film, "Night Watch|?
Also opening next weekend is expensive comedy ever, "Evan which hit U.S. theaters last yer
"Hostel: Part II," the sequel to Eli Almighty" the sort-of sequel to the and is now available on DVD.
Roth's blood-soaked horror film hit "Bruce Almighty" about Evari The movie boasts some of thlf
about the graphic and methodical (Steve Carrell) ordered by God to' best special. effects in a foreign
slaughter of several college build an ark. The trailers don't look film I've seen. Filled with a Euro-.
students in Europe. For those who too bad, and Morgan Freeman is punk feel and great action scene,
liked the first one, Part II promises great in anything, but it will be a it is a fun romp if you don't min,
more of the same. For everyone long shot for the film to make its subtitles (the film is in Russian). .
else, I reccomend staying away. $240 million budget back. If this type of story intrigu6s
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B-4 Perry News-Herald June 1-2, 2007
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
April 11: |
Michael Jerome Fdrbes, 19, 1101
Main Street, trafficking cocaine
(armed), possession of a controlled
substance within 1000 feet of school,
possession of marijuapa with intent to
sell, Officer Carlton, P&P.
Timothy John White, 28, Crystal
River, VOP (uttering forged
instrument), Deputy Nowlin, TCSO..
Clyde L. Miller, 19, 110 Bryant
Street, VOP (fleeing officer), Deputy
Dawn Marie Blaske, 42, RO. Box
1442, forgery, uttering a forgery,
Deputy Cruse, TCSO.
Curtis Lee Craven, 27, Laurel, Miss.,
VOP (burglary), Deputy Cruse, TCSO.
Benjamin D. Wilson, 33, Callahan,
VOP (grand theft), Deputy Cruse,
Rashun Damer Ridgeway, 27, 2700
Mixon Road, VOP (DWLS/R habitual
offender), Deputy Cruse, TCSO.
Chadwick Vaughn Ward, 32, 4243
U.S. Highway 19 North, VOP (criminal
mischief), Deputy Hawkins, TCSO.
Kelly J. Blaske, 37, P.O. Box 1442,
forgery, uttering a forgery, Deputy
Betty Sue Thomley, 54, no address,
trespass after warning, Ptl. Shaw, PPD.
Lisa Nicole Curfman, 19, 12755
Warrior Creek Road, possession with
cannabis less than 20 grams, Ptl.
Susan Page Poitevint, 45, 804
Southwood Drive, domestic battery,
Deputy Lilliott, TCSO.
Cheryln L. Sirmans, 32, 1520
Givens Ave., aggravated assault with a
firearm, disorderly conduct, no valid
driver's license, passing worthless
checks, Sgt. Franklin, PPD.
Ben Andrew Pickering, 39, 607 S.
Center Street, DUBAL, Ptl. Norris.
Michael Williams, 33, 2149 Malone
road, VOP (DWLS), Deputy Campbell,
Sheila Hurley, 42, Mayo, giving false
information, DWLS/R, Trooper Lundy,
Diane Badar, 45, Steinhatchee,
aggravated battery, Deputy Burford,
Michael Garrett Andrews, 31, 229 Al
Suber Road, arson of vehicle, Officer
Robert J. McLaghlin, 57,
Tallahassee, possession of less than
20 grams cannabis possession of drug
paraphernalia, DUI, reckless driving,
Trooper Lundy, FHP.
Katie L. Blanton, 23, 101 Hemlock
Drive, failure to appear, VOP (criminal
mischief), Deputy McKenzie, TCSO.
Ronald L. Curies, 57, Mayo,
worthless checks, Deputy McKenzie,
Anthony Jordan Smith, 18, 2139
Golf Course Road, carrying concealed
firearm, tampering with evidence, Ptl.
Denise C. Mukoyama, 20,
Tallahassee, possession of less than
20 grams of cannabis, possession of
paraphernalia, Deputy Cruse, TCSO...
Debra L. Sinnott, 21, 904 E. Page:
Street, VOP (DWLS), Deputy Nowlin,
J.D. Franklin, 33, 1104 W. Willow,
Street, VOP (aggravated battery,
robbery), Deputy Hayden, TCSO. -
Mercedes Sadie Pace, 18, 1622:
Woodard Street, disorderly conduct,
Deputy Murphy, TCSO.
Lannie Howard Morris, 45, 7504. S.,
Red Padgett Road, VOP (passing,
worthless bank checks), dealing, in'
stolen property, grand theft, forgery.
uttering forgery, Ptl. Deeson, PPD.,,:,
Cecil James Habbord, 42, .125
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Pojpell Drive, VOP (fighting animals),
deputy Johns, TCSO.
Amanda M. Sturgill, 24, 249 Agner
Ac&s, FTA (disorderly conduct),
Deputy Hayden, TCSO.
Joseph Marcus Fowler, 43, 220
Lebh Ward Road, trespass after
waiting, Officer Chambers, TCSO.
4Christopher Thomas Parker, 20,
4b46 Granthum Lane, VOP, Pfl. Curry,
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Grdnville, VOP (DWLS), Deputy
Ronald William Jordan, 42,
151 Temple Terrace Drive,
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Jason L. Bolden, 20, 1010 S. Bryant
Street, sale of cocaine, VOP
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Sean Christopher Shine, 23, 134
Williams Street, giving false name to
law enforcement officer, DWLS
knowingly, VOP (possession of
cannabis), Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Willie Williams,' 21, 905 West
Veterans Drive, VOP (possession of
less, than 20 grams cannabis, DWLS),
Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Sharika Deshawn Long, 27,1104W.
Richard Bell Ave., DWLS, Trooper
Marcus L. Hamilton, 32, 322 Second
Street, VOP (drug offense within 1000
feet of church), Deputy Hawkins,
Kasey Overly, 23, Starke, VOP
(cheating), Deputy Hawkins, TCSO.
Cedric Gaddy, 28, 310 Saxton
Street, possession of cocaine with
intent to sell, Sgt. Franklin, PPD.
Chelsea .Walker, 20, Steinhatchee,
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possession of cocaine, introduction
of contraband into detention facility,
Ptl. Shaw, PPD.
Ronnie Hayes, 24, 1206 W. Malloy
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Chadrick James Britt, 29, 106 El
Matador Ave., sale of cocaine, Inv.
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Dunwood Street, sale of cocaine, Inv.
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sStreet, FTA (sale, delivery, purchase of:
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Look for signs. Household items: kitchen,
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beginning at 8 a.m. 408 N. Manila Ave.
Clothes,.- shoes, small appliances,
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A little of everything.
Yard Sale, Sat, June 2. 8 a.m. to until (if
rained out cancel) 1169 South Fair Rd.
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Furniture, nic naks, clothes, movies,
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Women, Girls and Guys clothing,
housewares, knick knacks, etc. Friday &
Sat,.8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
3 Family Yard Sale, Sat June 2nd. 8 a.m.
30,8 Puckett Rd. New and used clothing,
all sizes children's and adults. New and
used shoes Ind boots. Also household
items and all kinds of stuff.
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Foley Cut Off Rd. Sofa, chair, coffee
table, end tables, area rug, household and
Yard Sale: Help me clean out my rental
storage unit, storage unit #42, Lock & Key
Mini Storage, 1309 South Jefferson Street.
Items for sale include; baby items, fishing
lures and supplies and household items,
,Saturday, 8 a.m. to until items sold.
Yard Sale, 8 am. to 1 p.m. baby clothes,
desk, bathtub, juicer, football cards, CB,
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Multi Family Yard Sale, 2059 Ward Rd.
Take Foley Cut Off Rd and follow signs,
Lots of clothes, all sizes, toys, shoes, too
many things to list. Sat, June 2, 8 a.m. to
4 Family Yard Sale, Saturday starting 8
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pictures, plants, girl & boys clothing
ladies, lots of houseware.
Multi Family Yard Sale, Saturday, June
2nd. 7 a.m. to 11:30 .a.m. 5679 Woods
Creek Rd., Perry. Follow signs and
balloons. Dining suite, bedroom suite,
small table & chairs & more. Clothes all.
sizes including baby clothes.
Yard Sale,.9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June
2. 1870 Woodmore Rd. Call for
2 Family Yard Sale. Sat. June 2, 8 a.m.
to 12 p.m. 2210 Ellison Gamble Rd., 2
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turn left, go to dead end/lots of misc.
items, cobalt blue vases, bottles, etc.,
CD's, movies, clothes, kitchen stuff,
microwave, furniture, goulds, two dwarf
rabbits. No junk. Too much to list. Look
Yard Sale, Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
406 W. Cherry St.
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stripped to light oak, 3 covers included:
black, red and beige. 1 1/2 yrs old but still
works great! 3 reclining positions! Full
size, Call 850-672-2061.
Wanted: Old cars, call Bud Chute 850-
1973 Chev. Belaire, call 584-5543.
1998 Dodge Dakota Club Cab 4x4 SLT.
Great condition! 3.9L, V6, 5-spd manual;
89k miles, $6,000. (850)843-2417 Leave
For Sale: 1980 Chevy Impala. Call 584--
1999 Honda Odyseey LX 4-door Van. High
mileage but runs great! Consumer
Report's used car best buy! $6,800, call
1986 Ford Econoline Van, good for parts,
9-QT. Oil Pan, Motor was running, $500.
Lost DOG! Reward. Red female
Labradoodle. About 35 Ibs, has microchip,
no collar. Call 813-231-4162 or 813-299-
2 bedroom/1 bathroom, large family room &
kitchen, large screened porch & screened
in cleaning shed and private dock. $150 a
day, $275 a weekend tnd $900 a week on
the Econfina River. Call 838-1113.
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-
For Sale! Moving & Must Sell!! (850)838-/
9374 leave msg. Can be seen at: 2088
Ma Dixon Rd. 2006 Kubota M300, 2WD
Tractor, w/ front end loader. 49hp, less
than 50 hrs, category II hitch, perfect
condition. $12,000. ALSO 1947 CJ-2
Willy's Jeep. "Hunk-of-Junk" condition,
not running, but mostly complete parts.
You haul off. $500 OBO.
Speaker wire with fuse boxes. $35 Call
672-2060 for more info.
Bass drum pedals for sale! One of them is"
a TAMA! $40 almost new. Thd other is
fairly new $30. Call before they are sold!!
New Designer Wedding Dress, never worn!
Strapless, white, with swarski crystal
bodice. Flowing chiffon with short train.
Great for all weddings! Call 672-2061 to
come see it!!. (serious buyers only)
12' air boat. Brand new, 4 cly., 1y
combings motor. Over 12,000 invested.
Call for more info. $9,000 OBO, too much
to list. Call 850-510-0390 or 223-2538.
Craftsman 7 hp 17" Tiller $300. 17'
Galvanized boat trailer, $100. Wood
smoker grill, $10. 4,000 Ib floor jack, $10.
Waring food slicer, $50. Call Jerry, 584-
2000 16ft Sea Ark. 40 hp, Yamaha tilt &
trim trolling motor. Polling platform.
$4,500. Call 850-584-6274.
Male Peacocks 1 1/2 yrs old. Wild,
Caroline Copper Turkey's, 5 wks old. Call
Yorkie Puppies: 1 Female, 1 Male. Mom
'is 5 Ib, Dad is 3.5 lb. Absolutely adorable,
dedicated, sweet & loving. $850. Book
yours for June 17th. 584-9882.
I, Betty Hanson, will not be responsible for
any debts other than my own effective
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUCK?
I BUY SCRAP METALS!!
State Certified Scales
Wanted: Dodge Caravans and Plymouth
Voyagers, call Bud Chute 850-838-1168.
\ Woodridae Apartments
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 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Thurs. Call 850-
584-5668. 709 W. Church St., Perry, FL
32348. TDD 711.
Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401.
2 B/R 1 Bath mobile home total electric,
central h/a. $375 per/mo. plus $250
deposit. No kids, no pets. Application
and references required. HUD vouchers
For Rent: 2 bedroom/1 bathroom house,
central heat & air. No Pets, will accept
Section 8. Call 850-838-1957.
For Rent/or Sell: 3/1 house, $475/mo. HUD
accepted. Call to pickup RENTAL
application or purchase $29,000. 602 W.
Bacon St. Call 584-4678.
Westgate Hotel Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable, AC/
Heater. Everything included. $154 weekly
or $40 daily plus tax. (RV sites also
available) 1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-
METAL t,3' Wide
ROOFING .' Galvalume
Full line of
accessories In stock Painted
Special Flashings Made -All Types Warranted Metal Available
Cut to vour desired i ,ith Delivery Service Available
Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, Fl.
WANT TO BUY
Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
" Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars
Pocket Watches Diamonds
J-' Postcards Sports Memorabilia ,
Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage 'metal toys/wind-up toys
Call Mark Southerf'flan 80)54601sho@tomn
(Hwy. 19 North) 584-2434
*Must be 18 yrs, or older
Nursing: RN. LPN, CNA:
Med-Surg, 7a & 7p (full-time & PRN)
(call about 7p Incentive)
Family Practice Clinic (full-time)
Home Health (full-time)
Patient Accounting (full-time)
.Licensed Practical Nurse-DMH Clinics:
Family Medicine Clinic-Mayo-(full-time)
Internal Medicine Clinic-Perry-(full-time)
Family Practice Clinic-Perry-(full-time)
Pediatric and Family Medicine Clinic-
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IRONWOOD HOMES OF PERRY
4t- LOWEST INTEREST RATES
10 YEAR WARRANTY
No need to burn your time or GAS
when the lowest prices and
friendliest staff are always right
here in YOUR hometown! i
Route Carrier needed for
Single Copy/Home Delivery
3.5 hours early morning 7 days a week
Reliable Veh'cle Required
If interested in this position, call Bill at (850) 599-2351 or
come to the Tallahassee Democrat and fill out an application.:
MOB ILE HOME S
Southern Vllas ofPeny
Looking For Applicants
Rental assistance available. HUD.
vouchers accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC & non-
HC accessible apartments. Office hours
are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Thurs. Call 850-
584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett
Rd, Perry,. FL, 32347. Equal Housing
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $550
required $45 deposit, $154 weekly or $40
daily plus tax. 317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Apartments for Rent
Forest Capital Apartments
Major appliances Furnished
2 One bedroom's
$495 per mo. With $250 deposit
first and last mo. rent to move in
for more information call
Jennifer Williams at 584-6666 xt 401
For Rent: Docs Market on corner of Ash'&
Jefferson. 1st & last month plus $600 a
month. Call M84-3776 or 838-6077.
Commercial Building For'Tease -
Downtown building brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All internet and phone equip,
hanidcap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Reality at 850-584-
8,000 sq. ft. commercial building. 3705 N.
Jefferson St. 6 bays and 1 car lift. $1,200
a month plus sales tax. 386-792-1914.
For Sale: 1 3/4 acres of land, corner of
Wright roadand 221. Call 584-5273,
Land for sale, 221 North between Shiloh,
Church Rd. and Cairo&PF.rker Rd. 1 acre.'
lots with paved roads. Owner, financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or:
Gorgeous 2,000 sqft. BRAND NEW homes
of Merit DWMH. Build with 2x6's on 1.57
acres on Vera Lane here in Perry. All new
furniture included. Down payment
assistance available. Call Justin @ 850-
1/4 Acre lot of Stephens Street (off Ash,
bordering senior center). Access to
power/gas/water/sewer. Zoned residential
with NO MOBILE HOMES. Needs old
foundation/pool removed and filled to
NEW! 2007 4 BR 1,500 sqft. Solid Built
MH on 1 acre. Financing is available.
Move in for $749/mo. Call 850-838-9090.
2004 Mobile Home, 2400 sq. ft., custom
built, 1 acre, fenced: 3 bdrm/2 bth, many
extra's, city water, local schools $130,000.
Perry, Fla. For Info 850-672-0777. -
For Sale By Owner Keaton Beach 2,305
sq. ft. 2004 DWMH on 1.25+ acres, 34
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.
Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq.
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 85r-
584-5891. Pete Fortner -
hard top Loaded
AUTO Trans for Mustang, Ranger. Call for
details 223-3198. Very good running
For sale: 1994 Corvette coupe.
Removable hard top, lots -of extras
(including air conditioning, sun/moonroof,
driver air bag, passenger air bag, cruise
control, power windows, power steering,
power locks, power seats, AM/FM stereo
cassette and more). $12,500. Call 223-
CLOSE OUT 1 ONLY 28x70 3bd/2bth
CEDAR LOG MOBILE HOME WITH
COVERED PORCH. Delivery and set up
for $79,995, please call Prestige Home
Centers in Chiefland. Also open Sunday
12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or 800-477-2492.
No down for Landowners! Even if you still
owe, Call us for info. Prestige Home
Centers in Chiefland. Also open Sunday
12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or 800-477-2492.
How about a new mobile home for as little
as $150 bi weekly? Call for details.
Prestige Home Centers in Chiefland. Also
open Sunday 12-5 p.m. 352-493-2492 or
Landowners, easy financing. No proof of
income required for most cases. call for
details Prestige Home Centers in
Chiefland. Also open Sunday 12-5 p.m.
352-493-2492 or 800-477-2492.
B-7 Perry News-Herald iJune 1-2,207
Convenience store manager needed.
Please apply at Ware Oil & Supply
locatedr2715 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. This
is a drug free work place.
Help wanted Badcock & More. Set up and
delivery. Must be 21 yrs old. License
andr good driving record required. No
phone calls! Apply in person 1225 S.
SNarse Practioner and Physician Assistant
- .AfM Services has full time day shift
positions available at the Taylor County
Correctional Institute in Perry.
This is a great opportunity to work in acute
and chronic healthcare settings and to
-work with our exceptionally
m multidisciplinary team. We offer excellent
. compensation and a comprehensive &
generous benefits package! Contact
'Debra L. Brown at 800-370-8731 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org; MHM is an
':Help wanted: Farm Laborer. 40/hrs. per
*week @ $7/hr. Some English Helpful.
'223-3173 or 584-9226.
Florida Department of Transportation has a
vacancy in Taylor County for the following
Position Number: 55004536-
Broadband Title: Highway Maintenance
Working Title: Highway Maintenance
Closing Date: 06/01/07
Contact Person: Jessica Rucks or
Theresa Kuhn at (850)838-5800
For more information concerning job
",descriptions, requirements and to apply
.,online, go to
You may also call 1-877-562-7287
If you need an accommodation because of
a disability in order to participate in the
'application/selection process, please
notify the contact person in advance. We
.hire only U.S. citizens and lawfully
,authorized alien workers. For applicants
-'claiming Veterans Preference, please fax
your DD 214 to People First @ 904-636-
2627. The Department of Transportation is
San Equal Employment Opportunity,
'"Affirmative Action, Drug Free Workplace
Avyon Reps Needed! How would you like
;t0 be your own boss? Start your own
.business. I can show you how. $10 start-
:up kit. Call BJ Today! 850-584-6289 or
RN Supervisor Part-time for weekends
.LPN PRN All shifts
-GNA's Part-time for all shifts
.-Dietary Aide Part-time for AM and PM
4ook PRN- Both shifts
'We are small, but are a wonderful
company with caring individuals who have
a desire to improve the lives of our
,Residents and Staff. Call 850-973-4880 -
For RN Supervisor, LPN & CNA positions
'ask for Peggy Powers, DO.N,, For Dietary
.Aide and Cook ask for Theresa Patterson,
-Dietary Manager Madison Nursing
.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
jn person at Ware Oil & Supply Co., Inc.,
2715 S. Byron Butler Pkwy, Perry FL.
Ware Oil is a drug free work place.
Come one P' I
come alil I JIm1:1
PERRY ELKS ISH
Monday 7:00 p.m.
305 Puckett Road /
TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
Custodian -.(Part time) $6.68/hr.
Administrative Secretary- $11.88-$13.37
Field Superintendent $27,248-$31,575
Emergency Management Coordinator -
Entire job descriptions and requirements
can be viewed at
www.taylorcountygov.com or Taylor
Employment Connections, 1702 S.
Jefferson St. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County is an EOE/VP/Drug
Testing/ Background Check Employer.
Rocky's Convenience Store is now
accepting applications for clerk and deli
personnel positions. Pick up application
at store, 5075 US Hwy 98 West.
'Clerk position, energetic, mulit-tasking &
friendly. .Apply @ Seahag Marina,
Jobs available in Mayo, Production
workers needed. Must be able to
assemble parts. Some physical labor
involved. Background check and drug
screen. Apply at Workforce Innovation or
in person at Bulova Technologies: 125 SE
Swisher Road. Take Hwy 51 South from
Mayo, to CR 357. Make left. EOE.
Advent Christian Village
Current JOBS Line Advertisement
Call 658-5627 or visit www.acvillage.net
24 hrs/day, 7 days/week
CNAs & LPNs
Want to be your best?..........................YES
Want to make a difference in someone's
Want the recognition you
Tlien, WE may be the place for YOU!
FT/PT/various shifts, long-term care
Florida certification (CNA) or unrestricted
license (LPN) required. .
FT positions include health, dental, life,
disability, supplemental insurance; 403b
retirement account; paid time off, access
to onsite daycare and fitness facilities.
Apply in person at Personnel Office
Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 4
p.m., or fax resume/credentials to (386)
Workplace/Criminal background checks
Help wanted at United Welding Services!
Now hiring Tig Welders. Competitive Pay!
401K! plus Medical benefits! Accepting
applications during normal office hours at
606 Industrial Park Drive. Please Apply in
person, no phone calls.
Office position needed. Quickbooks exp.
a must. Apply @ Seahag Marina,
& CARPET ,
Dries in 3-4 hours _
Family Counseling Center located at
Crosspoint Baptist Fellowship. 920
Courtney Road, Perry, Florida. Tuesdays
1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Dr. Sylvia Tornberlin,
Director. Counseling services. For
appointments & fees call: (850) 508-6877.
Southern Siding & Remodeling, LLC.
Vinyl siding, remodeling, repairs, and
more. Call Jay Swindle, owner 850-843-
1731 licensed & insured.
MOM & POP
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
For all your lawn needs 'call Kerry
Puhl Lawnworks, Inc. Contact Sales
Manager Lisa at (850) 843-0783..
Home Cleaning & Lawn Care Services.
Will clean your home or office, vacuum,
dust, seep & mop, bathrooms & etc. Will
cut lawns, shrubs, vacuum leaves, plant
your plants & deliver mulch. Call Brenda
or Terry 850-223-2477
Need help? Excellent personal care for
the elderly. Cooking, light cleaning,
errands. 17 years experience. References
available. 584-5165. Please leave
Reasonably priced babysitting &
housecleaning. Available anytime. Call
CARPET & VINYL
installation and repairs done at a good
price. No overhead. Direct savings to you.
30 years experience: 850-838-9050.
Please leave message.
Southern Siding & Remodeling, LLC.
Vinyl siding, remodeling, repairs, and
more. Ask about new board and battery
siding. Call Jay owner 850-843-1731
licensed & insured.
RN / LPN
Full-Time 11:00 pm-7:00 am
Full-Time 3:00-11:00 pm
PRN RNs, LPNs, CNAs
Sue Love, Director of Nursing
Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
"Where Everyddy Is Springtime"
o107 N. 584 2757
Customer Service Manager
Come by or give us a call for
' allyour Auto & Home
Clay Swindle L.L.C. (licensed and
insured) All types of remodeling: doors,
windows, docks, painting, etc.
Commercial & Residential. Call 850-223-
1780 or 843-1941. If no answer, please
leave message. Over 20 years of
A to Z Farm & Lawn Services: Land
clearing, tree trimming/removal, dump
truck services, harrowing, bush hog
mowing, rake work, dirt leveling and
complete Iown service. Call 584-6737.
The Handyman experts LLC, honest work!
Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting,
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
Call Billy Blue at
838-1307 or 672-0955
Tutoring Math/Reading, K-7, $25/hr.,
certified teacher, references available.
Contact Kathy Kreidler 584-9279.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a
resolution, which title hereinafter
appears, will be considered for
adoption by the Board .of County
Commissioners of Taylor County, Florida,
at a public hearing on June 19, 2007 at
6:10 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the
matter can be heard, in the County
Commission Meeting Room,
Administrative Complex located at 201
East Green Street, Perry, Florida. Copies
of said resolution may be inspected by
any member of the public at the Office
of the County Administrator,
Administrative Complex, located at 201
East Green Street, Perry, Florida, during
regular business hours. On the date, time
and place first above mentioned, all
interested persons may appear and be
heard with respect to the resolution.
AN RESOLUTION OF TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA, ADOPTING THE EVALUATION
AND APPRAISAL REPORT OF THE TAYLOR
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
RESOLUTIONS IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
The public hearing may be continued to
one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing shall
be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notice
concerning the matter will be published.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decision mode
at the public hearing, they ,will need a
record of the proceedings and, for
such purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeals to be based.
Pursuant to Section 2.1,3(B) of the City
Charter of the City of Perry, Florida,
. notice is hereby given that the City
Council had Introduction and First
Reading on Ordinance No. 837 on May
22, 2007 in the City Council Chambers,
224 S. Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida. The
Public Hearing and Final Reading on
Ordinance No. 837 is scheduled for the
City Council Regular Meeting, Council
Room 224 S. Jefferson Street, Perry,
Florida on June 12, 2007 at 6:30 p. m. or
as soon thereafter as possible. Any
interested persons may appear and be
heard on the aforementioned public
hearing date. Notice is also given,
pursuant to Flotida Statutes 286.0105 that
any person deciding to appeal any
decision of the City Council with respect
to any matter considered at the
meeting will need a record of that
meeting and may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings is
made; which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal Is to be based.
ORDINANCE NO. 837
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PERRY,
RELATING TO THE STATE REVOLVING FUND
LOAN PROGRAM; MAKING FINDINGS
AUTHORIZING THE LOAN APPLICATION;
AUTHORIZING THE LOAN AGREEMENT;
ESTABLISHING PLEDGED GRANT
REVENUES; DESIGNATING AUTHORIZED
ASSURANCE; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICTS:
SEVERABILITY AND EFFECTIVE DATE.
Copies of said Ordinance No.837 may
be Inspected at the Administration
Office of City Hail, 224 S. Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida between the hours of,8:00
a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through
Robert A. Brown
Advertisement of Sale
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned intends to sell the personal
property described under the Florida
Self Storage Facility Act Statutes (section
The undersigned will sell at public sole by
competitive bidding or disposed of on
the 2nd of June, 2007, at 10:00 a.m., on
the premises where said property has
been stored and which are located at
Lock & Key Mini Storage, 1309 S.
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida, County of
Taylor, State of Florida, the following:
Charles Tensley, Unit B16, household
Todrick Burney, Unit B F95, household
Purchase must be paid for at the time of
purchase in cash or credit card only! All
purchased units sold as is where are
and items must be removed and unit
cleaned at the time of sale. Sale
subject to cancellation in the event of
settlement between owner and
Dated this 25th day of May, 2007.
5/25, 5/30, 6/1
B.' mu NE
Automoiriles For Sale
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Notice of Sale
By the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned Annie Moe Murphy, Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Taylor County,
Perry, Florida, will on June 19, 2007, at
11:00 a.m. on the Front Steps of the
Tayloi County Courthouse. 108 North
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida, offer for
sale and sell at public outcry to the
highest and best bidder for cash the
following described property situated In
Toylor County, Florida, to-wit:
Issuing Office File No.: 3384-1228674
Commence at the NE corner of the NE
1/4 of the SW 1/4 of section 33, township
04 South, range 08 East and run thence
South 369 feet for the point of beginning
from said P.O.B. continue South 369 feet;
thence run West 590.48 feet; thence run
North 369 feet; thence run East 590 feet
to the P.O.B. said parcel.
Together with and/or subject to the two
easements for ingress and egress,
utilities, telephone, etc., torwit:
Commence at the Northeast quarter of
the Northeast quarter of the Southwest
quarter of section 33. township 4 South.
range. 8 East, and run South along the
forty line, 738 feet, thence run South 89
degrees 10 minutes and 35 seconds
West, 590.30 feet for a point of
beginning; said easement being 30 feet
. along the North side of the following
described line: thence from said point
of beginning continue South 89 degrees
10 minutes 35 seconds West, 566.7 feet
to the Easterly R/W line of a County
graded road and the end of said
Commence at the Northeast corner of
the Northeast quarter of the Southwest
quarter of section 33, township 4 South,.
range 8 East, and run South along 'the
forty line 738 feet, thence run South 89
degrees 10 minutes 35 seconds West,
590.30 feet for a point of beginning: said .
easement being 25 feet along the East
side of the following described line;:
thence from said point of beginning
continue North 369 feet to the end of
Together with a 1986 Peachtree 28X56
Mobile Home ID# KBGASNBA87231035A
and KBGASNBA87231035B n
Said land situate, lying and. being in
Taylor County, Florida
and 1986 Peach State Mobile Home
VIN: KBGASNBA87231035A 'and
At the time of the sale, as set forth
hereinabove, the successful high bidder
shall post with the Clerk a deposit equal
to five percent (5%) of the final bid. The
deposit shall be applied to the sale.
price at the time of payment. The
balance of the sole price shall be paid
in full to the Clerk by 4:00 p.m., on the
same day as the sale.
This sale is made pursuant to the Final
Summary Judgment entered in a case
pending In the Circuit Court of Taylor
County, Florida, the style of which is:
Case NO. 06-442CA
Bankomerica Housing Services, A
Division of Barnk of America, FSB,
Frank C. Urbanski a/k/a Frank Casmler
Urbanski; Tommy Ann Blair f/k/o Tommy
B. Urbonski f/k/a Tammy ,Blair Urbonskl;
unknown spouse of Frank C. Urbonski
a/k/a Frank Casmier Urbanskl; unknown
spouse of Tammy Ann Blair f/k/a Tommy
B. Urbanski f/k/a Tommy Blair Urbonskl;
Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners; H.W. Poppell a/k/a
Hugh Weldon Poppell and Berdlne
Poppell a/k/a Berdlne Rowell Poppell,.
SDe:.:" n... ,-,: ana Treir unknown
Sspcu.-- ,'.',.owr, renanis in possession
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees.
lienors, creditors, trustees or other
persons claiming by, through, under or
against them, or any of them, and all
unknown persons, if alive, and if dead,
or not known to be dead or alive, their
unknown spouses, heirs, devises,
grantees, assignees, llenors, creditors,
trustees or other persons claiming by,
through, under or against such unknown
persons: Unknown occupant A of the
1986 Peach State Mobile Home, VIN:
KBGASNBA87231035B and unknown
occupant B of the 1986 Peach State
Mobile Home, VIN:
and the docket number of which is 06-
If you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodatioinin order to
participate in this proceeding, you are
entitled, at no cost to you, to the
provision of certain assistance. Please
contact the Court Administrator at the
Taylor County Courthouse, 108 North
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347 at
(850) 838-3506 within 2 working days of
your receipt of this Motion and Notice; if
you are hearing impaired, call 1 (800)
955-8771; if you are voice impaired, call
1 (800) 955-8770.
If this property is sold at public auction,
there may be additional money from
the sale after payment of persons who ,;
are entitled to be paid 'from the sale '
proceeds pursuant to thefinal summy
If you are a subordinate llenholder '*
claiming a right to funds remaining after "
the sale, you must file a claim with the
clerk no later than 60 days after the .
sale. If you fail to file a claim, you will not .
be entitled to any remaining funds..: .:
Witness my hand and the official seal of
this Honorable Court on May 18. 2007.
Anne Mae Murphy :'
Clerk, Circuit Court
Taylor, County, FLordd ,
By: Mdrti LdVolle- '
Deputy Clerk '
In the Circuit Court for ;Taylor County, :
Florida Probate Division
File No. 07-087-CP '
In Re: Estate of Cynthiao 0. Miller. 1
Notice of Administration .
The administration of the estate of
Cynthia D. Miller, deceased. File Numbek ?
07-087-CP, Is pending In the Circuit tourt '
for Taylor County, Florida., Probate '
Division, the address of which Is Post
Office Box 620, Perry, Florida 32347. The
name and address of the personal
representative's attorney are set forth i
All interested persons ore notified that:
All persons on whom this notice is served
who have objections that challenge the
validity of the will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, venue, 9r
jurisdiction of this Court within the later of.,
three months after the date of this first
publication of this notice or thirty days
after the date of service of a copy of
this notice on them.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a ;
copy of this notice Is served within three
months after the date of the first .
publication of this notice .must file their ..
claims with this Court within the later of
three months after the date of the first
publication of this notice or thirty days
after the date of service of a copy of
this notice on them,
pAll other creditors of the decedent and
persons having claims or demands ;
against the decedent's, estate must file
their claims with this Court within the later ,
of three months after the date of the first '
publication of this notice. ,.
All claims, demands'ond objections not A
filed will be forever barred. *
Personal Representative. ...
Felicia Y. Wtilams 4" ' 'F'
Benjamin L. Crump, Esquire
Porks & Crump, LLC .
240 N. Magnolloa Drive ", i' .
Tallahossee, FL 32301 .
Telephone: (850) 222-3333 ;'
Facsimile: (850) 224-6679 '
5/25, 6/1 ..
In the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit in and for Taylor Couhity, Florida
Case No.: 07-392-CP '.
In Re: The Estate of Edword Lester.?
Notice to creditors '
The administration of the@ estate of!
Edward Lester, deceased, File Numberr
07-392CP, Is pending in the Circuit Court
for Taylor County, Florida, Probate",
Division, the address of which Is 108 '
North Jefferson 'Street, Perry, Florida
32347. The names aid addresses oftr
the personal representative and the,
personal representative's attorney ore.,
set forth below.
All creditors of the deceddnt dnd other,
persons having claims or demands'
against decedent's, estate, including'
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated'
claims, on whom a copy of this notice is
served must file their claims with this'-'
Court within the later of 3 months after'.
the date of the first publicatln of this"'
notice or 30 days after the dote Of
service of a copy of this notice on
All other creditors of the decedent and '
persons having claims or demands
Against the decedent's estate, Including
unmatured, contingent or uniquidated
claims, must file their claims with this
court within 3 months after the dote of
the first publication of this notice.
All claims not so filed will be forever
The date of the first publication of this'
Notice is June 1 2007.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Silos R. Eubanks
EUBANKS, BARRETT & FASIG
259 East Seventh Avenue
Tollahassee, Florida 32303
Telephone No. (850) 2243310
Facsimile No. (850) 224-3433
Florida Bar No.: 0249416.
Glenda Smith -
416 Columbia Street, Apt 2C
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11231
B-8 Perry News-Herald June 1-2, 2007
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