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At Farm Bureau meeting


Dean will

be special

Senator Charles Dean and
Representative Will Kendrick will
be among the special guests at
Taylor County Farm Bureau's
annual meeting Thursday, Aug. 30.
A special reception for .the
legislative delegation and local
officials will begin at 5:30 p.m, at
the Catholic Parish Hall.
The Taylor
i AuthQrity and
the Perry-
Taylor County
Chamber of
Commerce are
hosting the
Charlet Dean along with
'Farm Bureau.
A B3Q will
follow the
reception at
6:30 p.m. The
evening will
include an
program, a
charity cake
auction and a
ll Kenck short business
According to Auley Rowell,
local' Taylor County president,
Farm Bureau is a not-for-profit
organization of some 1,200 local
member families that is an
The American farm family and
its heritage;
The right to freely practice
6ne's religious beliefs; ,
Please see page 3

Hunting camps

to get break

on garbage?
What is a fair rate to charge
hunting camps in the county for
their garbage production?
That was the question facing
'commissioners last week as they
discussed a possible exemption to
Jhe county's solid waste
assessment for hunting camps.
.Currently the county charges
$140 annually.
.Commissioners have raised the
assessment the past two years.
During budget hearings in 2005,
the commission raised the
assessment from $117 to $140.
Later that year, they approved an
amended ordinance which
eliminated a $36 second-home
-Last year, they raised the
assessment again to $140, while
eliminating tipping fees collected
at roll-off sites for certain
According to county officials,
the changes were an attempt to cut
down on vandalism and people
breaking into the roll-off sites after
hours to avoid paying the
additional fees.
The current discussions were
prompted by County Tax Collector
JijckTedder, who said it was unfair
to charge $140 per site for hunting
caips only used part of the year.
Tedder provided commissioners
with a proposed definition of a
hunting camp and suggested a fee
C' 'mnuml, hn'nrs discussed
'ral options, including whether
multiple camps at the same
location would each be charged.
They agreed by consensus to have
aniordinance drafted which would
,,* Please see page 3


Anupst 17-18, 2007

City water rates

Buckeye, TCI face huge increases

Two of the county's largest projected deficit of $350,000 in the Buckeye uses an estimated 4.1 $2.40/1,000 gallons consumed. Buckeye. It would be fair and
employers--Buckeye and Taylor municipality's 2007-08 budget. million gallons of water per month, (The new proposal has a staggered equitable," City Manager Bob
Correctional Institution (TCI)-- Currently, Buckeye and TCI pay generating an average monthly rate system: $2.30/1,000 for the Brown said.
face increased water fees that reduced water rates of $1.21/1,000 billing of $4,100. first 5,000 gallons used; The fee hike would raise TCI's
llA fi..1,.,.0' .; ,,.innz nn hi- firt two m illion f Under the Dro osed fee $2.35/1,000 gallons for the next monthly bill by $10,000 (an

could total in the thousands o
dollars under a' utility rate increase
proposal being considered by the
Perry City Council.
The move would generate an
estimated $291,052 in additional
revenues for the city and would
play a large role in balancing a

gai ons o n ttl II iit LWU o11inio
gallons used; the rate then drops to
830/1,000 gallons consumed
TCI uses an estimated 8.8
million gallons of water per month.
The institution's monthly bill
averages $8,200.

schedule, which was
recommended to the city by the
Florida Rural Water Association
following a months-long study of
the local system, both Buckeye and
TCI would see their rates more
than double, making out at

5,001 to 10,000 gallons used; and
$2.40/1,000 gallons for 10,001 and
above gallons consumed.)
"The association's
recommendation was that
everybody pay the same fee across
the board, including TCI and

An afternoon urpris .
Afternoon diners at Golden Corral on Hwy. 19 were given a rude surprise Wednesday when a Ford F-150 struck the corner
of the restaurant, causing extensive damage to the building and the vehicle. The truck shattered windows and damaged the brick
wall of the restaurant. Units from the Perry Police Department, Taylor County Sheriff's Office, Perry Fire Department,
Taylor County Fire/Rescue and Doctors' Memorial Hospital Emergency Medical Services responded to the scene. Fortunately,
no one inside the restaurant was seated at tables next to the windows and no injuries were reported. As PPD officers inspected
the scene, patrons continued to eat at nearby table. The restaurant remains open for business. (Photo by Mark Viola)

State accepts. withdrawal of TEC

The Florida Public Service
Commission (PSC) voted
unanimously Tuesday to accept a
voluntary withdrawal of the Taylor
Energy Center need determination
petition, ending an almost year-
long process and bringing the $1.5
billion project one step closer to an
The four utility partners behind
the proposed 800-megawatt, coal-
fired power plant announced in
early July that they were -
suspending their permitting efforts
and would close their office in

They cited growing ,concerns
over carbon dioxide, a recent
decision by the PSC to not approve
a coal-fired plant in Southern
Florida and comments made by
Gov. Charlie Crist. ,
Florida Municipal Power
Agency, JEA, Reedy Creek
Improvement District and the City
of Tallahassee filed the need
determination petition in
A public hearing was held over
several days in January with the

commission scheduled to ,make
a decision in February.
Commissioners, however, voted to
delay their determination until
March 13.
Four days before that hearing,
the partners filed a motion for a
limited re-opening of the record
after errors were found in
computer models affecting the cost
analysis for the City of
On June 8, the commission
agreed to re-open the record to
allow the partners to introduce new

testimony concerning
computer modeling.
,* Please see page 3

additional $120,000 per year);
Buckeye's, by $4,500 (an
additional $54,000 annually). .
The city's third largest water-
customer, Lance Foods,. would not--
-* Please see page 8


would save

750 on city

water bills
While a proposed fee change for
city water services could cost two
local business thousands, city
residents would see a 75 decrease
in their monthly bills.
The new fee schedule,
recommended by the Florida Rural
Water Association, would stagger
rates based on consumption.
Currently, residents pay a flat
$2.40/1,000 gallons of water
The reduced rate would start at..
$2.30/1,000 for the first 5,000'
gallons used; the price would
increase to $2.35/1,000; for
consumption of 5,001 to 10,000
gallons; and max out at
$2.40/1,000 gallons for everything
-0,001 and-up.
According to the study
generated by the association, the
average city household uses about
7,063 gallons per month. Under
the new rate, the average water bill
would be $22.53.
Coupled with the water study.
was a review of the city's sewer
system and fee schedules.
The water association's
recommendation was for the city
to lower its fixed monthly fee from
$7.30 to $7 and to raise its
consumption fee from $2.53/1,000
,-* Please see page 8

Rowell announces run for

county tax collector post

Public accountant and rancher
Kyle Rowell has announced that
he will seek the office of Taylor

Kyle Rowell

County tax collector in the 2008
"I have always wanted to serve
Taylor County in this capacity,"
Rowell said.
He is a seventh generation
Taylor County resident and was
born and raised here. He graduated
from Taylor County High School
in 1993, attended North Florida
Junior College and was the first in
his family to ever graduate from
Rowell graduated from Valdosta
. State University in 1998 with a
bachelor's .degree in business&
administration with a major in
accounting and a minor in public
He said that he has also served
many local friends and residents
over the past 10 years as their
professional tax preparer and
consultant with tax savings being

his number one goal.
"I promise to serve Taylor
County with dignity and always to
be available to assist any Taylor
County taxpayer on any issue he or
she may ever have," Rowell said.
He is the son of Walter Daniel
Rowell and Gerry-Ann Persons
Rowell. He is the grandson of the
late Lawrence Hilton Rowell, A. L.
Cribbs and Virginia Tedder
Geraldine Grubbs Persons
Cribbs is his surviving
Rowell has served on the Taylor
Democratic Executive committee
since he was 18 years old and has
been treasurer of the committee
since 1998.
He is a lifelong member of
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church
-* Please see page 3

Red light... green light
The City of Perry is attempting to replace the stop light at
the intersection of Center and Green streets before students
return to school Monday morning. According to City Manager
Bob Brown, they are awaiting a control board that was
donated to the city. Residents are reminded that the
intersection remains a four-way stop until the light is

Perry Opry p. B-2


Perry News-Herald
Three sections llStl Year, No. 33

Living ...............A-4
Sports ............... A-6
Religion ........ . . .A-7
Community ........ . .B-1

Entertainment ....
TV listings .......
Looking Back ....
Classifieds ......

. . .B-4
. . .B-6

93 / 730

940 / 730


Pery News-Herald

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A-2 Perry News-Herald August 17-18, 2007

Now that schools everywhere are
opening, please drive carefully and
watch out for children--they may not be
watching out for you.
Children don't always obey traffic rules
but please see that you do--especially in
and around school zones.
Give our kids the opportunity to grow
and learn proper safety.
Give our kids a break--the future

depends on il

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A-3 Perry News-Herald August 17-18, 2007-

Members encouraged to

attend annual meegag

Continued from page 1
*: Support our nation's
Constitution and laws;
A just and fair system of
.An abundant and healthy
domestic food supply;
*3 Limited governmental
intrusion and regulation;
Private property rights;
Preservation of the rural
Environmental practices based

on sound science;
A competitive free market
A level playing field for world
Freedom of opportunity;
Respect for our fellow man;
Programs that help develop our
nation's young people.
Taylor County Farm Bureau
members are encouraged to
atten, ys
Prospective members are also

Continued from page 1
(n July 12, however, the
partners filed a notice of
withdrawal of their petition of
A.similar request for withdrawal
wa: also submitted to the Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection for the project's site

certification permit.
The partners, however, are
continuing to move forward
with their sponsored amendments
to the county's comprehensive
plan creating new land use
categories for power plants as
well as a land use change for a
3,000-acre piece of property near
Buckeye that was to the plant's

Free back-to-school
haircuts for students
Precision Cuts, Inc., is offering free
back-to-school haircuts for local
students today (Friday) and Saturday
from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.The salon is
located on Highway 98 behind Trinity
Funeral Home. For more information,
please call.223-2302 or 223-1305.

Relay Raly is Aug. 27
The American Cancer Society's
"Relay Rally" will be held Monday,
Aug. 27, at 6 p.m., at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital.
"This is a great time for teams to
register and for everyone to learn
more about Relay for Life," said Event
Chair Jessica Turnmire.
The community is invited to attend;
the events committee will meet
earlier that afternoon, at 5:30 p.m.

Don't forget your school
National Honor Society students
are reminded to bring their school
supplies for Perry Primary School
students and teachers to Sponsor
Estic Rollings' room (#303) at the
high school during the first week of

First ACT

set Sept. 15

The first ACT test for the 2007-
08 school year will be given at
Taylor County High School on
Sept. 15. The deadline for
registering for this test without a
late fee is Friday, Aug. 10.
Students may register on-line at, or
registration packets are available
in the Guidance office at TCHS.
ACT practice booklets are also

Hearing to held
on exemption
Continued from page 1
set the fees at $50 for the first
camp and $35 for each additional
camp. Once an ordinance has been
written, commissioners will vote
to advertise and hold a public
It is unclear how much such an
exemption would cost the county,
although estimates are between
$25,000 and $40,000.

Visit '' on-line

Continued from page 1 he has taught Sunday
school, sung in the choir and is
curibntly the church treasurer. -
Rbwell said he "is running as if
he is-applying to each taxpayer for
a job within their' county and I
bel.ves all candidates should
adopt this idea. The taxpayers
are .,the boss. My slogan is
simle--'Hire Kyle, he will go the
extt.f mile.' I believe I have a lot to
offer] for the future of Taylor
Ed6well has established a Web
sitde&and encourages everybody to
visit him on-line at -
"h iekvle.corn,". ", *



-Sin '

Dr. Michael A.
:.Board Certified Optometric


"I promise to always keep g
conservative watchdog eye on the
county's tax dollars; and if there
are surpluses there should be
refunds/millage reductions!
County officers should never
waste a taxpayer's dollar. If blessed
enough to be hired, I will always
adhere to this and never allow
waste on my watch," he said.
Rowell represented Taylor
County in a eight-county District 2
of the Career Education Clubs of
Florida (CECF). He was
elected lieutenant governor of the
district in 1992 and served through
He was recognized as the "Farm
Credit Young Farmer of the Year"
in 2005 and he alsop.has servedoqn

the Taylor County Soil and Water
Board for the past year.
He is currently the CFO for a
property management firm.
"I truly believe in political
accessibility and will always have
an open-door policy, and a 24/7
contact policy. Taxpayers may
have questions on a Saturday at 9
p.m.; I promise to always be
available," Rowell said.
He added that he committed two
years ago "to be your tax collector
and my passion is still the same. I
humbly appreciate any early
support, and you may contact me if
you have any questions regarding
my campaign or if you want to
volunteer at 584-5612 or e-mail


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e_ Singers Wanted!
. Seeking all who love to sing...especially at Christmas!

We invite you to join a

Community Christmas Chorus

All music lovers welcome to carol with us as we prepare a production
featuring a singing Christmas tree. Some new songs, lots of familiar
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A-4 Perry News-Herald August 17-1 2007

SM Red Hats recap summer

4-i- fdm

fun at events hel(

'Christmas in July' was presented at Marshall Health Facility on July 13, thanks to the
efforts of the Roseheads, including (left to right): Marie Hill, lona Walker, Queen Mother
Hattie Adams, Patricia Lindsey, Hilda Armstrong, Nancy Joyal and Doris Lepoma, along with
Alice Brady in the background.

Cannon gets


Pam Cannon of Sheffield &
Sheffield Realty, Inc., has
received certification as a real
estate professional assistant.
She just successfully completed
her course with the Realtor
University and is shown receiving
a certificate from her broker,
Vivian Sheffield.
"Pam has been with Sheffield
& Sheffield for over a year pow
and is considered a tremendous
asset to our company," said
Cannon is a lifetime resident of
Perry and is married to Jimmy
Ray Cannon.
* They have two daughters, Jamie
Lundy and Sara Koch, and are the
proud grandparents of Morgan

Vivian Sheffield presents Cannon
real estate professional assistant.

Join tie founding '
meeting of the

Steinhatchee River

Chamber of Commerce


August 29, 2007

At the Steinhatchee Community Center

'lease RSVP to 352-727-,A
>;; Lunch will be provided

with certification as a

Members. of the Roseheads of
Perry, chapter 2207 of the Red Hat
Society, met on Wednesday, July
18, at Marshall Health Facility, for
a "Christmas in July" party. The
ladies arrived at 2 p.m. and began
by decorating a small tree in red
and purple. Peggy Williams baked
and decorated two large cakes for
this party. These beautifully
decorated cakes, red punch and red
poinsettias covered the
refreshment table. Nancy Joyal led
the singing of Christmas carols;
she was accompanied on the piano
by guest Red Hatter Doris
Lepoma. Each resident was given
a gift. Punch and cake was served
and enjoyed by all.
The regular luncheon/meeting of
the Roseheads was held on
Saturday, July 28, at 11:30 a.m.
Nineteen Red Hatters (50 and
over) and one Pink Haiter (under
50) gathered in the banquet room
of Rosehead Junction in downtown
Perry. The tables were beautifully
decorated with purple tablecloths
centered with red candles, and
other red and purple accents. A
small gift bag with a variety of Red
Hat items--an ornament, charm,
magnetic flashing pin and candy--
was at each place setting to be
taken upon leaving. These were
gifts from the July committee of
Cheryl Gregory, Norma McGuire
and Mary Becht.
Upon arrival, each lady put
photos for the Photo Swap on a
large table. Throughout this time
together, the ladies chose photos
for their own collections., There
was much conversation and
laughter generated by these photos.

After ringing the Red Hat bell,
Cheryl Gregory welcomed
everyone and thanked Carol
Gunter "for the beautiful and
appropriate decorations," noting
for the membership, "she is also
treating us to a special dessert, a

J in July
woman's lipstick, as a result i her
using it over and over, can reyeal
her inner meaning -.=land
personality." A sheet, picturing
various shapes, was provided -to
"-* Please see page 51

The hostess committee for July 25 luncheon/medting
included,((left to right) Norma McGuire, Cheryl Gregory and
March Becht.
red velvet cupcake topped with
purple icing and red sprinkles. It is
obvious that Carol really is a Red .
Hatter at heart. We appreciate her
very much," Gregory said. 1110
Debi Limoges gave the
treasurer's report. After other f. .
announcements, Norma McGuire
said the blessing. Laura Taylor led' .
in singing Happy Birthday to Mary
Nowell and Suzette Stephens, both
dressed in a purple'hat and a redr ,
Nancy Simons presented a shell
lei to each lady, which she --
purchased on her recent trip to a
Hawaii. Gregory then led a h '
program about lipstick. The She's one
program piqued with each lady Delainey Marie For6es
taking out her lipstick, will celebrate her first
"Supposedly, the shape of a birthday on Aug. 18.

815 West Bay .
Views from the End of the Street
by Mary Lou Whitfield 815 W est arv
This collection of newspaper ,.* -. ,
columns encompasses nearly fifty .
years of writing for Perry's first ,
lady of prose. Many of the articles
record historical events, people and
places that would otherwise be lost
to time. Indexed to make findings@
family references and historical by
notes easy, this book is not only a Lou WhitfiId
pleasurable read, but a volume
that will take its place as a,
reference for Taylor County history. *' "!
Available at

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S' Look for the Sign!


August 16, 2007

We love you,
Your Family


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Delainey Marie Forbes
Happy 1st Birthday
Daddy's Little Girl
Aug. 18, 2007

God is good, God is great
Thanks to you, Lord
We're about to celebrate
Happy 1st Birthday
Ms. Doolittle
From: Japhree, Breyunna, Denean & Grandma (Beverly)

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Happy 14th Birthday

August 7,07
Dad, Mom & Tiffany

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A-5 Perry News-Herald August 17-18, 2007



Karisma Raine
Joe Gillyard Jr. and Nicki
Lankford of Perry announce the
birth of their daughter, Karisma
Raine, on June 14, 2007, at
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
She weighed 6 pounds, 1 ounce,
and was 18.75 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Pam
Poitevint ,and the late Bobby
Lankford. Paternal grandparents
are Willie Mae Jackson and Joseph
Gillyard Sr.
The baby was welcomed home
by KaVien who is 4.

Wilson wins first at state
Senior 4-Her Maisie Wilson placed first overall at the 4-
H state, competition in the Share the Fun Talent Show. The
state competition was held on the University of Florida
campus in Gainesville during the recent Florida 4-H
Congress. Wilson, representing Taylor County and this
district, competed against other district qualifiers to take
home the top prize for her rendition of "My Strongest Suit."
Zi I':. Shown at far left, Maisie is the daughter of Carla and Barry
Wilson who live in Shady Grove.

:,:W hat's your personality? Check your lipstick...

Continued from page 4
,each lady to see which most
,:idJosely matched' her lipstick.
- Gregory then listed the personality
'.traits of each shape.
The drawing for door prizes was
;.niext. These prizes included Red

Hat scatter pins, Red Hat bracelets,
Red Hat ink pens, and an address
book, all donated by Rebecca
Paramore of Rebecca's Jewelry.
&Gifts, in downtown Perry. These
great prizes were won by Debi
Limoges, Thelma Birdwell, June
Lytle, Velma Towles and Barbara

After enjoying a variety of crisp
salads and tasty sandwiches, final
announcements were made. The
August committee is already
working on their plans for August
25th. The September committee
reminded everyone to bring a hat
or tote bag to decorate as well as
decorations to use and share.

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Phone: 850-223-2333
Fax: 850-223-2344"

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Kelly & Kelly Properties
(850) 223-2370
Beautiful lot on the Suwannee
River ready for your camper Mayo,
FL New well, septic tank and
power polek................ $110,000
Want to Enjoy the Suwannee
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DWMB, 3BR/2BA, wood burning
fireplace, lots of amenities, storage
bldg and carport, furnished or
Visible Location. on US Hwy
19 frontage, Zoned Commercial-
General, Sold "As-ls ..... ,$75,000
Dorman Peacock Rd 4BR/2 BA,
one-acre, new carpet, brand new
bathrooms, new HAVC ....$89,900
-3814 Foley. Cutoff Rd 3BR/2BA,
one acre, seller will pay some
of the buyer's closing costs
and provide a one year home
warranty...................... $148,900
Choice setting in Clark
Properties 3BR/2BA, brick
home, circular drive, bay windows
in the breakfast nook area, living
area is free flowing, exquisite
master bath, hydro massage
tub, separate shower, double
walk-in closets, bay windows in
master bedroom, lots of other
amenities ................. $225,000
wraparound porches, two city
lots, detached office building with
AIC, cable and phone line, fenced
backyard and lots more... 250,000
117 acres, 3BR/2BA brick home,
horse barn, non-operating chicken
farm, will divide to suit buyer's
need ......... ............ $1,280,000
Cell: (850) 843-1823

Engagement announcements should be submitted
5-6 months prior to the wedding. They are printed
on a "first come, first served" basis.
Forms are available at the newspaper, office, 123 S.
Jefferson St.

Happy 68th Birthday to the
world's greatest PaPa
Aug. 17, 2007
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SKeaton Beach
SFishing Report

Fish still bite in

100 degree heat

One More Cast Guide Service
It was 100 degrees out last
Wednesday when I took Joyce out
fishing and scalloping. We had her'
limit of five trout in under an hour
fishing in 6 7 feet of water. Live
pinfish under Cajun Thunders were
the ticket. We threw back ten
short trout and hardly used 20
I followed Wednesday with a
tough day Friday, with only 8
trout for my charter from
Valdosta, with Curtis Jackson,
Terry Haney and Charles Barnard.
Curtis landed a 22 inch trout
from 7 feet of water while Terry
had a 21 inch fish from less than
2.5 feet while we searched for reds.
Go figure? Again we fished live
pinfish, pigfish and squirrellfish
under Cajun Thunders.

Flag sign-up
Registration for the 2007 City
of Perry flag football league will
be held August 20-23 in the
visitors' dressing room at Dorsett
Sign-up will be held each day
from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.

Fish adjacent to breaks and look
for baitfish to be effective this
time of year. Use the stronger
tides of the particular day and
expect a "bite" of less than two-
hours each tide.
No offshore reports this week.
Scalloping was fairly easy, as I
took Joyce out two days and we
had our limits in under two hours
each day. We concentrated on
water 4 to 6 feet deep and were
less than two miles from the jetty.
Scallopers are driving their
boats all the way up from
Steinhatchee to Piney Point, at
the tune of over 50 per day, so we
must be doing real good in
comparison to the waters south of
FLAGS! It's the LAW!

Aug. 20-23
Youngsters must be between the
ages of 7 and 9 to participate. A
parent must accompany each child
to sign up.
For more information, contact
the recreation department at 584-

Soccer registration set
The Perry Soccer Association cost is $35 per player.
has scheduled its fall registration Those interested in coaching or
for the U14 and U16 leagues for that need more information,
kids ages 12 -15. should call Kay Parker at 584-
Registration will be held Aug 6438 or Carol Wentworth at 584-
20-24 at Thomas Chevrolet. The 5382.
Cheerleaders sign up next week

Registration for the 2007 City
of Perry football cheerleading
program will be held August 20-
23 in the visitors' dressing room
at Dorsett Stadium.
Sign-up will be held each day
from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.

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Youngsters must be between the
ages of 7 and 12 to participate. A
parent must accompany each child
to sign up.
For more information, contact
the recreation department at 584-

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A-6 Perry News-Herald August 17-18, 2007

Hunters' ed course

soon in Monticello

Matthew Brock (left) and Chris Matthews recently caught
these speckled trout off the Taylor County coast. Brock is
holding a 27-inch, 6-pounder while Mathis holds up two 17-
inch fish as a comparison. Mathis, a Marine, recently
returned from a tour of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. Brock is
employed with Taylor Correction Institution.

Turkey hunt apps available

Special-opportunity spring
turkey hunt applications, for the
200.8 season, will be available
Aug. 28 from the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commis-
sion (FWC).
To apply, hunters can obtain
application worksheets at and at all
FWC regional offices. Appli-
cations may be submitted at, coun-
ty tax collectors' offices or at any
license agent beginning at 10 a.m.
(EDT) Sept. 11 and must be
received by midnight Oct. 16. A
random drawing decides who will
receive the coveted permits.
Demand for these hunts is
typically greater than the number
of available permits, but hunters
can increase their chances of being
selected by submitting as many $5

nonrefundable applications as they
like. Successful applicants pay a
permit fee of $50 $175,
depending on the special-
opportunity hunt area selected.
Participation rules limit out-of-
state hunters to one permit per
The. FWC created special-
opportunity spring turkey hunts
for sportsmen looking to take an
Osceola, the "crown jewel" of the
turkey hunters' Grand Slam. The
FWC designs special-opportunity
turkey hunts to take place on large
tracts of land, with great habitat,
healthy turkey populations and
with a limited number of hunters.
The Osceola is a highly prized
subspecies of wild turkey, found
only in peninsular Florida south
of and including Dixie, Gilchrist,
Alachua, Union, Bradford, Clay
and Duval counties.

Serving Madison, Jefferson,
Taylor & Lafayette Counties

Auto, Life, Health, Home

Freddy Pitts, Agency Manager

Jimmy King, Agent
233 W. Base St. Madison (850) 973-4071

Doug Helms, Agent
105 W. Anderson St. Monticello (850) 997-2213

Freddy Pitts
813 S. Washington St. Perry (850) 584-2371

Lance Braswell, Agent
Lafayette County B Mayo, FL (386) 294-1399
24/7 Claim Service: 1-866-275-7322
"Helping You Is What We So Best."

The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
is offering a free three-day hunter
safety course in Jefferson County.
The course will be at the
Jefferson County Correctional
Facility training building, 50 Big
Joe Rd., in Monticello.
Instruction will take place 6-9
p.m. Aug. 31 and 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. Sept. 1. The firing-range
section of the course is scheduled
for Sept. 2.
Individuals who have taken the
Internet course and wish to
complete the classroom portion of
the course must bring the online
completion report and attend only
the Aug. 31 class from 6-10 p.m.
and complete the range portion

Sept. 2.
Children under 16 must be
accompanied by an adult at all
times. Students are encouraged to
bring a pencil and paper with them
to take notes.
The hunter safety course is
required for anyone born on or
after Jui.e 1, 1975 to purchase a
hunting license The FWC course
satisfies hunter safety training
requirements for all other states:
and Canadian provinces.
Persons interested in attending.
this course can register online andf.
obtain information about future
hunter safety classes at- or by:
calling FWC's regional office in.
Panama City at (850) 265-3676.

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Dual Day planned at Sweet Home

Morning, afternoon services planned'
Sweet Home Missionary Baptist Church will be celebrating Dual Day
this Sunday, Aug. 19, at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Everyone is encouraged to attend.
Churches honor
Johnson Aug. 25
Community churches will gather
to honor Freddie Johnson for 38
years of music ministry on
Saturday, Aug. 25, from 4 until 8
p.m. at Loughridge Park.
Everyone is encouraged to attend.
Senior Choir
The Senior Choir of Antioch
Missionary Baptist Church will
celebrate its anniversary on
Saturday, Aug. 18, at 7 p.m. Vera
Mae Greene is president; Tony 0.
Graham is pastor of the church.

Polly Gunter
Polly (Sadler) Gunter, 82, died
Aug. 15, 2007, at her home in
A native and lifelong president of
Taylor County, Mrs. Gunter was
the daughter of the late Thomas B.
Sadler and Rhoda (Mathews)
She worked in the farming
industry with cattle and tobacco all
of her life. She was a Pentecostal.
Survivors include: her daughter,
Lidda Gunter of Perry; two
brothers, Amos Sadler of Pikeville,
Tenn., and Lawton Sadler of
Bronson; five grandchildren; 11
great grandchildren; two great

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The family of Maedella Elease
Jackson expresses a sincere thank-
you for all acts of kindness shown
.during her illness and homegoing
celebration. The love of God
pierced our hearts through you. A
special thank yoq to the staff of
Doctors' Memorial Hospital,
Marshall Health Facility ,and Big
Bend Hospice. The Bible tells us
that the prayers of the righteous
availeth much, so please continue
to keep us in your prayers. You
will always have a special place in
our, hearts.
Again, thank you,
George E. Clayton, Sarah Hall,
Frankye Sermons and Mary Jones.

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great grandchildren; and a host of
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Aug. 18, at 10 a.m. at.
Beggs Funeral Home with
interment following at Carlton
Family members will receive
friends today, Aug. 17, from 5 until
9 p.m. at Beggs Funeral Home,
which is in charge of

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for years, who have a deep
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distinctive service based on
honesty. integrity, value
and dignity.
Funeral Home
Perry Chapel
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Women's Day at Christian Tabernacle
The annual Women's Day worship service will be held at Christian
Tabernacle on Sunday, Aug. 19, at 4 p.m. The theme, "Women: Knowing
Their Place in the Will of God," will be the focus of the program. Guest
speaker for the observance will be Alzada J -nkins.
Fellowship Sunday at 3 p.m.
There will be a fellowship at New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church on
Sunday, Aug. 19, at 3 p.m. The Rev. Roosevelt Knight, and the congregation,
invite you to join them. If possible, bring a covered dish to share.
Revival begins today
The Women Ministries Department of Glorious Rain Church of God of
Prophecy will present a Consecration Revival beginning tonight, Aug. 17,
continuing through Sunday at 3 p.m.
Minister Janet Williams will be the speaker for the 7 p.m. service
tonight, with State Evangelist Jeannie Bierly of Jacksonville speaking on
. Saturday, as well as for the concluding Sunday service.
Mt. Gilead welcomes Lundy, musicians
Mt. Gilead Baptist Church will observe its annual Homecoming service
,* Please see page 8

F St. Johns Christian
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Study/Prayer Meeting
Nurserv and Childire's Mnn In P, .i t, ,j
(located at the intersection of Puckelt Rd. and Golf Course Rd
Mark McElfresh, pastor 584-7251 .1

Ash Street *

601 West Ash Street

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

Sunday Evening
Wed. Bible Class

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

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

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U.ednecday Services
7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Mission Activities
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Deaaitine for locaS cLurch news is i1 a.m. on Tuesdays
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A-8 Perry News-Herald August 17-18, 2007

Council to hold budget hearing Tuesday

City of Perry

Major Water Users
4.1 million
gallons per month
4.1 million gallons

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be impacted by the proposed
change as it has a long-term
contract with the city regarding
water rates (effective through
"The rates Lance pays are
already higher than Buckeye and
TCI, and I do not anticipate the city
breaking that contract," Brown
"The city does not have a
contract with Buckeye. We do have
a contract with TCI but there are
provisions in it to open it up and
justify a cost increase," he said.

city's system capacity. TCI uses 25
percent of the capacity on its. own.
If the city would have a need to
add onto the water system for
growth, it would fall on city
residents to pay for it. Also, it costs
the city more to pump water that
far to both Buckeye and TCI as
they are located so far outside the
city limits. They don't pay city

taxes and don't contribute to the
infrastructure in maintaining the
water system," Brown said.
Brown said he had been
contacted by a Buckeye
representative regarding the
proposed fee increase.
"I told him that the council will
have three public hearings before
adopting the change.

"I haven't heard from TCI," he
Brown noted the Buckeye is
expected to receive substantial tax
cuts in the upcoming year, based
on the projected millage rate for
the county.
"They should see a savings of
about $244,000 annually or about
$20,000 a month. We're just

$31,000 impact for Lance Foods

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"Many people equate bulk gallons to $3/1,000 gallons used.
OODS consumption with a price "Your sewer bills are based on
gallons ,,reduction; however, that isn't true your water meter, but are capped at
)nth for water. They (Buckeye and TCI) 10,000 gallons for residents.
"'are using a huge amount of the Which means that the average
homeowner bill would increase by
$2.53 per month for sewer.
However, if you factor in the 750
w I -be' fe at u re d l decrease in water billing, the
T, S n a combined changes would result in
p e a $1.78 increase per month for the
average household," City Manager
sr dy Bob Brown said.
The association study also
addressed effluent discharges of
L7 :; more than 500,000 gallons per day,
ige 7 .'; suggesting a fee increase to
9 feamrino mii, hv Inoh Nolan .Lnn Tv.nri and .$4.80/1,000 gallons for every

friends. The music gets underway at 10:30 a.m., and Danny Lunay will
be the featured speaker. Dinner on the grounds will follo..

Free dinner at Jerkins Cafeteria
SAostle Lance and Pastor Minnie Hayes invite everyone to a special
service on Sunday, Aug. 19, at 11;30 a.m. in the old Jerkins High schooll
cafeteria. A free, dinner will be served immediately after the service which
is sponsored by the Snatch Up Out of the Fire Ministries. For additional
inforifiation, please call (352) 284-9012.
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1,000 gallons above the half-
million mark.
Currently, Lance Foods is the
only city sewer customer which
crosses that half million threshold,
Brown said.
The proposed change would
result in increased rates of an
estimated $31,000 per year for the
local manufacturer.
The rate increases would ',nake
the city's sewer department pay for
itself, which it currently does not
do. Not only would ,the increasee
mean that the.department wold be
self-sufficient, but it would free up
enough general fund dollars so-that
the city would purchase a flireruok
that would replace a7'21-year-p)d
truck currently in use," 'Brown

"There are a few other factors to
consider regarding the sewer
system,"' Brown said.
"The city had its new sprayfield
go in operation last year and
inflation has gone up 22 percent
since the last sewer rate increase.
The cost on sewer operations has
gone up tremendously, but the rate
increase being considered is less
than half the rate of inflation.
"The recognized standard ,for
affordable water and sewer is equal
or less than 2.5 percent of the
average household income of
impacted residents.
"If the' council adopts both the
water and sewer fee changes, that
would put the City of Perry at 2.1
percent, still below the average,"
he said.

proposing a $50,000 water
increase, so their cost of operations
would not be going up. As for TCI,
the new water rate would be less
than what prisons other places in
the state are paying," Brown said.
The fee change will be
considered during a special budget
meeting Tuesday, Aug. 21, starting
at 6:30 p.m.
Council members agreed at this
past Tuesday night's regular
meeting to limit groups wishing to
address the council to five minutes
at the podium.
Contacted Thursday, Buckeye
Public Affairs Manager Dan
Simmons said, "Buckeye expects
its use of city water to decline in
the future so it is not clear how
much of an impact the proposed
new rate structure will have on .e
company. We have asked for a
copy of the report prepared by the
Florida Rural Water Association so
we can better understand the city's



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B-1 Perry News-Herald August 17-18, 2007

What do fi


thing and reading have in common

Taylor County Public Library
One thing seems obvious. Both
fishing and reading are relaxing
pastimes enjoyed by many..
Why, though, are we even
exploring the relationship between
fishing and reading?
It's really quite simple. We
believe that the Taylor County
Public Library is an important
resource in this community.
Many have worked hard over the
years to build a useful and
meaningful collection of reading
materials. So we were looking to
get the word out in a way that
would appeal to everyone.
The question was: What one
thing do most people in Taylor
County have in common?" The
answer: "They love to fish!"
And of the few who don't love to

fish, surely most love to eat the
mullet, grouper, redfish, bream,
crabs, shrimp and scallops that are
caught by the, rest of the
Of the very few who don't even
like fish, never mind fishing, they
probably at least enjoy watching
fish swim in an aquarium, and
surely they are fully aware that
much of the population in Taylor
County are fishing enthusiasts!
So, there you have it! We have
found something that transcends
all other invisible lines that might
divide us. The love for--or at least
the recognition of--FISHING!
This is the proverbial "river that
runs through" our community!
While fishing is common to
most folks around here, we. are all
Some love deep sea fishing.

Some prefer fishing the creeks and
rivers. Others love the lakes, ponds
and sink holes. Some prefer fishing
from shore while others use a boat.
One may use rod and reel. Another
may fly-fish. Still another may
prefer his or her good ole trusty
cane pole. One might catch and
release. Another may catch and
It's the same with reading. One
may prefer a long epic novel.
Another may be fishing for a short
story. If a novel is an ocean, then'a
magazine is a pond.
One person may like to dive in
and explore a deep, vast sea of
words, while another may enjoy a
stream of light reading. Yet another
may desire a babbling brook or a
winding creek. It's all here at your
library! ,
From novels to cook books,

Welcome back!
To mark the first day back for teachers for the 2007-08 school year, the Taylor County School District held its annual welcome-
back breakfast Monday morning at Taylor County Elementary School. The event, sponsored by Buckeye Community Federal
Credit Union (BCFCU) and catered by Joyce's Main Street Cafe, saw hundreds of teachers and staff gathered together to listen
10 Superiniendeni of Schools Oscar Howard and principals, as well as win door prizes donated by area businesses. "They-say
leaching is a tihtiiWssjofT5 said Chaionl' Tiowles with BCFCU. "Wewanted to say tharik you."

encyclopedias to magazines,
atlases to comic books and
children's books to reference
works. We have large print, audio
books, DVDs and videos. We even
have Internet access and so much
This brings up something else
reading and fishing have in
common. Both are brain food! So,
feed your head!
When fishing and reading come
together, they can both improve
and enhance our enjoyment of
For instance, do you want to get
up-to-date on the latest technology
in reels or the top performing
lures? Read all about it in "Woods
'N Water" or "Field and Stream"
Here in Taylor County even the
mightiest of fishermen is unlikely
to harpoon a whale.
But sail into the classic Moby
Dick and find yourself in the
middle of the fishing adventure of
your life!
Both fishing and reading can
take you to,places you might not
otherwise go.
Fish aren't biting? Why not turn
some pages? Have you ever tried
it--reading while you fish?
Especially for busy people, the
time spent waiting for a tug on the
line might afford .a great
opportunity to get in some reading!
Fishing takes time.
Reading takes time. Doing both
at the same time saves time! You
get double the relaxation for the
same time spent!
So, before you set ouit on your
next fishing expedition, visit us at
the library and add a book to your
tackle box!
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you .- ini Ask u, If .'.e don't have
it here, we'll gt fishing for it with'
iour inicrlibahii\ loan service. '

Reading, does have one
advantage over fishing--fishing is
generally an outdoor sport. So
when the weather is rough, fishing
may be out of the question.
Reading, on the other hand, is an
indoor/outdoor sport. It can be
enjoyed anywhere in almost any



kind of weather. So, when you are:
forced to stop fishing, just keep oir
READING--it's the big one Thai.
won't get away!
Cruise on over to the Taylor^
County Public Library and caslt
your eyes on our collection. <

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September 6-16
Tallahassee Little Theatre presents
Neil Simon's "Biloxi Blues." Tickets for
the production, directed by Matt
McCormick, can be purchased at or by
calling 850-224-8474.

Friday, September 7.
The Tallahassee Symphony
Orchestra will host "American
Celebration!l Ain't it a Pretty Night"
featuring soprano Teri Hansen.
Tickets can be purchased online at Single concert
tickets ire available beginning in
September by calling the Fine Arts
Ticket Office at 850-644-6500 or toll
free at 800-757-2146.
Sunday, Sept. 23
Violinist Chlo6 Hanslip will kick off the
Tallahassee Artist Series' 2007-08

just the right

for a perfect date movie

n a while, you watch a movie that' adaptations such as the "Lord of the Rings" and "Harry
you like to watch movies. In a time of Potter" films bringing in record audiences, while other
iles and by-the-numbers drivel, it's a projects, due to their own substandard quality, fell flat
itch a film that is truly original, like 2000's "Dungeons & Dragons."
eased last weekend, is one of those .The fantasy romance has been almost completely
absent; one of the last ones that comes to mind is 1998's
opens, Ian McKellen, as narrator, "Ever After."
the small English town of Wall. The "Stardust," an adaptation itself, has been receiving
i its somewhat odd title due to the long many comparisons to "The Princess Bride," and
s ngrth side. No one ever crosses the rightfully so. This new film has one. of the best mixes of
d guard is fantasy, i'omance and
ust to be. comedy since the 1987
an Thorn, classic. Like "Bride,"
S n is only a, "Stardust" manages its
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er birthday if she-will then accept his performances in their roles. Relative new-comer.Charlie
marriage. Cox proves he has potential star power of his own in the
d Tristan begins his journey across the lead role of Tristan. Danes provides a nice mix of spunk
esn't know is that he is not alone in his and.longing as a star who has spent her entire existence
r. Three witches (including the talented looking down on humans, seeing them at their best and
r) can restore their youth and power worst. De Niro is absolutely hilarious in his role as
while several power-hungry princes are Captain Shakespeare. Pfeiffer is once again on top of her
ce--which fell along with the star--that game. Peter O'Toole as King Stormnhold and Ricky
i-uir father's throne. Gervais as Ferdy the Fence, in small roles, own their
story that plays with your expectations. scenes as well.
y what they seem as Tristan makes his "Stardust" is a great date movie, with a bit of magic
rmhold. and swashbuckling here and there for the guys and the
allen star that Tristan is seeking to bring promise of true love for the girls. Well, doesn't that
r instance, not a hunk of rock, but 'a sound sexist? Maybe the guys will like the love story
n, Yvaine (Claire Danes). Likewise, and the girls the swordfights. Either way, or even if you
ingi princes, we are given murderous just want to go by yourself, "Stardust" is a wonderful
we meet a marauding sky captain gem of a film. It is rated PG-13 for some fantasy
) who is not nearly as marauding as 'we violence and risque humor.
lieve. Unfortunately, due to a rather weak promotional
bucking of conventions is one of things campaign, the film underperformed last week, so if 'you
dust" so unique, and enjoyable. want to'catch it in theaters, do it soon before this star
enre has had its uos and downs for the falls.

Rick Knowles (left), Lynn Tyson and Mike Denmark, all of whom performed at the first
Perry Opry in Jjne, will be returning fo'r the second event, which begins Saturday, Aug. 25,
at 7 p.m. The three-hour music show will. be held at the Heritage Pavilion at Forest Capital
State Park and will also be .broadcast live on WPRY and on the Internet. Admission is free. Fred and The Encore Band will also be returning.

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Following the success of the.
Perry Opry in June, WPRY 1400,;
in partnership with the Taylor
County Chamber of Commerce, is
doing it again.
The next live event will be
Saturday, Aug. 25, at the Heritage
Pavilion .at Forest Capital Park.
The three-hour music show will
start at 7 p.m. and will be broadcast
live over radio and the Internet.
This Perry Opry will be partially
sponsored by the popular "God's
Country" radio program and will
feature Southern gospel and
country music, organizer Andy
Jackson said.
Gabby and the Southern Sounds
will provide bluegrass gospel
music at the event. Gabby DeVane
can be recognized from WGWD
93.3 FM..
"Their performance is a rare
treat for this area," Jackson said.
The Encore Band with the .
Purvis Brothers, Mike arid Frank,'
will be returning with special guest
Mollie Lynne. Rick Knowles will
be joining the group for this.
performance, as well 'as Leon
Roberts on steel guitar and Arlene

Roberts on bass and vocals. Randy
Howell will again play piano for
the group.
Crowd favorite, three-time
Grammy nominee Fishbone Fred
will be performing with Josh
Noland and Friends. Fishbone
Fred will be bringing West Palm
Beach favorite Quent Benedict.

While new to this area, Benedict
has performed internationally in
Canada, Germany and Japan, and
toured the country coast to coast.
"Quent's vocal style is a mix
between George Jones, George
Strait and Merle Haggard,"
Jackson said.-
Josh Noland and Friends will
have other special guests including
local favorite Mike Denmark, who
will be featured in a solo

performance. A new local vocal
group, The Trio, featuring Lynn
Tyson, Jamie Portwood and Carol
Patrick, will be performing
publicly for the first time at the
Perry Opry.
"The first Perry Opry was well
attended with folks coming from
all over North Florida and South
Georgia," Jackson said. "Live 365,
the streaming Internet provider for
WPRY reported that listenership
peaked at an all-time high during
, the, OPRY with connections from
all over the country, including
Nashville," he added.
The third Perry OPRY is
scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 27, at
7 p.m. during the Florida Forest
Festival and will feature country
music legend Charlie McCoy.
The Perry Opry is a free event to
the public.
"Bring your lawn chair and set
up early for great seats and an -
exciting evening of great country
and gospel music," Jackson said.
Food and drink will be available
at the event. As this is a family-
oriented event, no alcoholic
beverages are permitted.

SOAPnet tour hits Tallahassee

Have you ever wanted to appear,
on your favorite daytime soap?
Now's your chance. '
The SOAPnet and Dish Network
"I Wanna Be A Soap Star Live!"
Tour rolls into Tallahasgee for. a
one-day daytime drama casting
party, Sunday, Aug. 19, at .the
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic
The tour gives fans.the chance to
meet and perform alongside their
favorite daytime actors for, the
opportunity to win a trip to Los
Angeles to compete for a walk-on
role on NBC's hit daytime drama,
"Days of our Lives."
Men and women over the age of
18 are invited to come audition.
DISH Network Customers can.
also enter to win a trip to Los
Angeles to attend the live finale of
"I Wanna Be A Soap Star" and to

have luqch with talent manager
Michael Bruno. Auditions for the
trip will be held at a special DISH
booth in each market, where DISH
customers perform scenes on
'Among 'the stars who will be
present Sunday are James Scott
(EJ Wells on "Days of our Lives")
and Alec Musser,(Del Henry on
"All My Children").-
Registration opens at 11 a.m.
and auditions, shows and activities
are scheduled from 2 4 p.m.
The events include:
Talent Search
Tour "casting directors" will
select 20 potential actors from the
audience to act out scenes from
audition scripts on stage. One
winner will be selected to win a
trip to Los Angeles to compete for
a walk-on role on an NBC's "Days

of our Lives."
Celebrity Guest and
Autograph Signings
Ever dream of meeting your
soap idol or crush face-to-face?
Here's your chance meet
SOAPnet's "I Wanna Be a Soap
Star" host and "All My Children"
star Cameron Mathison! -
Makeovers and Headshots
"Drama queens and stud
muffins" will compete and also get
to be Soap Star for a day with
makeovers from Maybelline New
York, professional headshots and
free goodies.
Participants will be able to
capture themselves in a real soap
Soap Psychic
She'll know who the winner is,
but she's not saying.

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Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m. (PG)
Sunday 4:00 p.m 105 min.
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Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m. (PG13)
Sunday 4:00 p.m 110 min.
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season with a performance at 2:30
p.m. in the Opperman Music Hall. For
more information, call 850-224-9934 or

September 14-16
The Tallahassee Ballet 2007-08
Season opens with dramatic new
:contemporary ballet set to live
chamber music in collaboration with
the FSU School of Music. Tickets can
be purchased by calling the FSU Fine
Arts Ticket Office at 850-644-6500 or
on-line by visiting

Tuesday, Sept. 11
The Dave Matthews Band will perform
live at the Stephen C. O'Connell Center
in Gainesville. Tickets are still available
from the University Box Office at 352-
392-5500 or any,TicketMaster outlet.

Monday, Sept. 17
The Grammy Award-winning Pointer
Sisters will perform at FSU's Ruby
Diamond Auditorium as part of a sneak
preview for the 10th anniversary of
Seven Days of Opening Nights. For
tickets, call 850-644-6500 or visit
Upcoming concerts at Wild Adventures
in Valdosta, Ga., include the Doobie
Brothers & Peter Frampton on Aug. 18,
Switchfoot on Aug. 25 and Jonas
Brothers on Sept. 1. Visit for details.
Friday, Sept. 21
Prepare for laughs when Comedienne
Ron White appears at the Stephen C.
O'Connell Center in Gainesville at 8
p.m. For tickets call 352-392-5500 or



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B-4 Perry News-Herald August 17-18, 2007

To School

Editor's Note: Summer vacation is drawing to a close for hundreds of Taylor
County students and this week's "Go" recommendation takes them back in time to
the classroom of 1956-57.
Who do you know from Mrs. Iris Swain's first grade class at Perry
Elementary School? Taken during the 1956-57 school year, the photo
gives us a firsthand look at the standard classrooms of the day--chalk
boards, wooden tables and all! These first graders--who included Phillip
Mantzanas, Janice Pettitt Murphy, Danny Williams, Jim Moody, Jimmy
Poppell, Sara Ann Young Gray, Gerald Lemond, Diane. Mathis Cruce
and Suezette Stephens--went on to become the graduating Class of 1968
at Taylor County High School. Plans are underway now for the class'
40th reunion next year (2008). An organizational meeting will be held
Tuesday, Aug. 21, at the union hall located at the comer of Plantation
Road and Old Dixie Highway. All former classmates are invited to
attend; the meeting begins at 7 p.m. Anyone with contact information
for a 1968 graduate may contact Suezette Stephens at 838-0536.

August 3, 1972

The boldest of headlines
declared that the Taylor County
School Board ,had adopted a
budget for 1972-73 which
- exceeded $4.5 million. The
motion for acceptance was made
by John Lundy and seconded by
Bry Freeman; Willie J. Wilder
joined the two in voting in favor of
the budget. Chairman Helen
Panebianco and A.J. "Buck"
McLeod voted against the budget
proposal, which passed 3-2.

The Taylor County, Commission
voted to allov the Historical
Society to take over the old bank
building "for one year, on a trial

Billy Pillow, Reagan Fox, Terrell
Smith and Felix Nail spent, an
"uncomfortable night on the Gulf"
after the engine on their new boat
failed about 15 miles off
Steinhatchee. When they did not
return to Taylor's Fish Camp, a
search was instituted and a
Buckeye Cellulose plane spotted

them the following morning.
Rough waters delayed the tow-in'
until mid-afternoon, but a wife of
one of the boaters reported that no
one was injured.

Two candidates qualified for
Perry's non-partian mayoral race..
plannedL for Aug. 22. Byrum
Whitfield, chairman of the Taylor
County Democratic Executive
Committee, and Kay Porter, a
former mayor, both were seeking
the position.

Lori Trofemuk recently returned
from a trip to San Diego., Calif.,
where she visited LCDR and Mrs.
Jimmy Slaughter, and their two
children, Heather and Chfistopher.
She visited Disneyland; Tiajuana,
Mexico; the Hoover Dam; and Las
Vegas, Nev., where she saw
Liberace,- Debbie Reynolds,
Rowan and Martin, and the Nitty
Gritty Dirt Band:,

Miss Paula June Lonbom
became .the bride of Richard Cary
Brown on July 14 in the garden of
Mr. and Mrs. Bevis Mangum.
Mr. and Mrs. William'M. Stone
Sr. of Mableton, Ga., announced
the engagement of their daughter,'
Carol Lorene, to Joseph Lyles III,
the son of the Rev. and Mrs. Joe

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Lyles of Perry. A Sept. 2 wedding
was planned.
Miss Iris Lee Ellison and Jeffrey
Lynn McInnis announced that they
would be married Aug. 5 in the
banquet room of the Chaparral
* Restaurant.
The Rev. and Mrs. James
Cannon announced the
. .ergageiment of iheir daughter.
SChnrsie, [,:' Dennis Haire of
Colquitt, Ga.

Carol Fife, head majorette of the
Taylor County High School
'Bulldog Band, was named
outstanding senior camper at
Majorette Camp in Lakeland, held
in July.

Members of Perry's Tree-Riffic
Squares were pictured with two
nationally known square dance
callers at a Fun Fest. in Jekyll
Island, Ga. Nick and Virginia
Trofemuk made the' trip, along
with Pat and Jimmy Head.

The school board transferred
Ruby Nell Collins from Perry
Primary School to a position
"teaching gifted children." Special
classes would be set up at Perry
Primary, Gladys Morse and Perry
Elementary. "It's a new program,"
said Supt. Alan Hart, "something
we've never had before so it's not
possible, yet, to outline just what it
will embrace." The program was
being funded by a special grant.

The Perry Little League All-
Stars defeated West Palm Beach 3-
2 behind the pitching of Buzz

Greene in the opening game of the
Little Major League Tournament
which was being held in Panama
City. Mike Grant hit a homerun
over the centerfield fence with two
men on base. Greene struck out
seven batters for the team, which
was coached by John Morris and
Donald Grant.

Andy Poppell and Dane Collins
attended State 4-H Conservation
Camp near Ocala, and were
pictured in this week's edition with
suitcases and fishing rods.

Candidates in the upcoming
Miss Florida Festival Queen
pageant met the press at a Sunday
afternoon party held at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. John Walters. The
girls included: Retta O'Quinn,
Suzan Lockhart, Glenda
McKinney, Jerri Jackson, Lorraine
Houck, Kathy Akins, Terry
Giddens, Glenda Parlor, Lanita
Famell, Randi Redmond and Gail

Jennifer Laura Lundy was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Tilden D. Lundy
on July 20. She weighed 9 pounds,
10 ounces.
William Richard Livingston was
the new son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Richard Livingston. He
was born July 15, weighing 5
pounds, 13.5. ounces.
Johnathan Lynn Island was the
new baby son of Mr. and Mrs.
Glenn Alvin Island. He was born
July 23, and weighed 8 pounds, 13
Eric Darnell Thomas was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Legious Thomas

Jr. on July 21.
pounds, 7 ounces.

He weighed 8

Sports page sang the glory of the
following senior athletes who were
expected to enhance the strength of
the Taylor County High School
football team:
Lamar Hathcock, a 5'8" back
who weighed 155 pounds, brought
six years of experience to the
gridiron, and would play both
Thomas Wiley, new to the
Bulldogs, was expected to play
offensive fullback and defensive
end. He was 6 feet tall and
weighed 170 pounds.
*, Joey Ratliff, with one year of
experience; was described as
"tough and aggressive." At 5'10"
and 155 pounds, Ratliff was eyed
for center on offense as well as
punt snapper and extra point
Eddie Borklund, 5'8" tall and
140 pounds, returned to the
gridiron after a two-year absence,
and was expected to play wingback
on offense and halfback on
Gherry Rolle, a varsity
mainstay for two years, would
apply his 5'10" of height and his
165 pounds to fullback/halfback
Eddie Aaron was expected to
play quarterback and wingback on
offense. He was 5'9" and weighed
140 pounds.
Stewart Mixon, at 6'1" and 175
pounds, was inexperienced, the
coach said, but would make up for
that with his strength arid
Glenn Kemp was described as
"rugged and likes to hit" by Coach
Glynn Watts.
Joe Deal would be the

offensive center and he was the
twin brother of another Bulldog
team member, both with promise.
Sebring Ratliff, was expected
to be a "Bulldog mainstay," and
just happened to be the brother of
quarterback, Glenn Ratliff, and
former quarterback, Hardee
Ronn\ Jone. was the coach's
"gritty" ..,a-up tor quarterback.
Marshall Millican was
described as a "crunching tackler
with an excellent attitude."
Roland Simons, who missed
spring training due to injuries, was
eyed for the offensive guard/tackle
Kim Howell, though
inexperienced, was expected to
develop into a good football
player, as offensive guard and
defensive guard/tackle.
Louis Panebianco would be
tailback on offense and halfback
on defense. The coach said, "He
plays to win...."
Jim Deal was the twin who
likes to hit and be hit, according to
the coach, who was ready for


"Let's Talk" columnist
Delores L. Walker returns for
next week's Looking Back.

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--Ray LeBlond


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--Robert Maynard

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--Dana Stewart Scott

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--Bishop Mandell

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--William Arthur Ward

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