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April 4-5, 2008


Qualifvina byv etitions


Candidates could


save thousands


Cleaning up
As part of the city's continuing clean-up efforts, a home at the intersection of Calhoun and Lafayette Streets was burned
Thursday morning. According to fire officials, the home-caught fire about two years ago and was.subsequently condemned by
the city. City fire personnel kept the blaze from spreading to nearby trees while the structure burned to the ground.

Lee qualifies for soil & water board


Williams seeks cit seat
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Roderick Williams is the first
candidate to step forward for one
of three open seats on the Perry
City Council.
He completed and returned a
candidacy packet this week to City
Hall, seeking to represent City
District 2.
Vice Mayor Alphonso Dowdell
currently holds the seat.


Also up for election this year are
city seats District 1, held by
Sylvester Harris, and District 3,
held by Mayor Emily Ketring.
The qualifying deadline for
candidates is noon Monday, June
16. Candidacy packets are
available at City. Hall Monday
through Friday.
In other election news, Kenneth


Lee has paid the $25 qualifying fee
and will be a candidate for Seat 3
on the Taylor County Soil & Water
Conservation District Board.
The seat is currently held by
Rick Causey.- -Two additional
seats--1 and 5--are also up for
re-election. Those seats are held by
Kyle Rowell (Seat 1) and Deek
McCall (Seat 5).


Qualifying for the upcoming
primary ballot by the (alternative)
petition method could save
potential candidates hundreds--
even thousands--of dollars.
However, the deadline to utilize
that process is less than six weeks
away and some offices remain
undeclared.
"The deadline for petitions to be
turned in to the elections office for
verification is noon on Monday,
May 19. After that, candidates will
have to pay the qualifying fee in
order to be on the ballot," Assistant
Supervisor of Elections Dana
Southerland said.
Open seats and offices which do
not have declared candidates
include: Superintendent of
Schools, County Commission
District 3, School Board District 5
and City Courfty districts 1 and 3,
as well as seats I and 5 for the
Taylor County Soil & Water
Conservation District Board.
"Candidates for the soil & water
board must also complete
candidacy packets and meet the
same qualifying deadlines. The
qualifying fee for a board seat is
$25 or 25 petitions," Southerland
said.
Seated soil & water board
members must also file candidacy
notices if they wish to retain their
positions.
Declared candidates to date are:
Clerk of Court: Annie Mae
Murphy (D).
Property Appraiser: Jason
Heartsfield (D) and Bruce Ratliff
(D).
Sheriff: D.E. "Donnie" Blair
(D), Anthony "Tony" Chamber
(R), Del Edward Tucker Sr. (R)


and l,.E. "Bummy" Williams (D).
Supervisor of Elections: Dana
Southerland (D).
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Madison


man runs


stop sign,


hits tree

A Madison .man was seriously
injured when he ran a stop sign at
the intersection of U.S. 27 and
County Road 30 and crashed into a
tree early Wednesday morning.
Michael S. Dickinson, 54, was
driving a 1996 Nissan truck when
the accidenticcurred around 5:33
a.m.
According to Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper William Ernst,
Dickinson failed to stop for the
stop sign posted at the
intersection, crossed both travel
lanes of U.S. 17 and struck a tree.
Units from Taylor County Fire-
Rescue, Doctors' Memorial
Hospital (DMH) EMS and the
Taylor County Sheriffs Office all
responded to the scene
Dickinson, who was not
wearing a seatbelt, was
transported to DMH for treatment
of injuries that were listed as
"serious."
Charges are pending.


A toe-tapping good time is expected
for the 6th annual Florida State
Bluegrass Festival underway through
Saturday, April 5, at Forest Capital State
Park.
Inside today's Perry News-Herald
you'll find a special edition spotlighting
-he entertainment line-up and related
festivities.



The Muskogee Creek Tribe East of the
Mississippi will meet Saturday, April 5, at
-noon.
Everyone is asked to bring a covered
dish. Meeting topics will include a
membership drive and plans for a fund-
raising yard sale.
For more information, please call
Louis Parker at 584-6718.



Information about free health
screenings for women is available
through the Healthy Start Coalition.
Community Health Educator Tonya
,Bell invites interested individuals to
contact her at (850) 371-1521.


'Critical Economic Concern'


designation in jeopardy?


Taylor County's designation as a
Rural Area of Critical Economic
Concern, which assists the
county in state grant applications
and economic development


opportunities, sunsets in less than
three months.
County commissioners are
expected to approve sending a
letter to Governor Charlie Crist's


Unemployment rate falls
Taylor County's unemployment rate dropped'for the first time since
last fall, standing at a reported 4.9 percent in February.
According to numbers released last week by the Florida Agency for
Workforce Innovation (AWI), the rate hit a recent high in January
with 5.3 percent before falling 0.4 percent in February.
Taylor County's unemployment rate was 4.8 percent in December,
a 0.3 percent increase over the month before. The rate increased 0.3
percent in November and 0.2 percent in October.
In March, the county had a total labor force of 8,597 people, with
8,175 of those listed as employed and 422 as unemployed, according
to AWL
For the month, Taylor had the 21st highest unemployment rate out
of Florida's 67 counties.
"-* Please see page 3


office next week to seek a five-
year extension.
Former Gov. Jeb Bush, in April
2003, declared by executive order
Taylor County as well as Baker,
Bradford, Columbia, Dixie,
Gilchrist, Hamilton, Jefferson,
Lafayette, Levy, Madison, Putnam,
Suwannee and Union counties as
the state's third area of concern.
The designation will sunset June
30 unless Crist intervenes with his
own executive order.
According to County
Administrator Jack Brown, the
county benefits greatly from the
* designation, from extra points on
state grants to additional
development incentives.
The designation assists
the county with Department
of Environmental Protection
Florida Recreation Development
Assistance Program (FRDAP)
grants, which Taylor County has
"* Please see page 3


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This artist rendering depicted the architect's vision for Taylor County's new elementary school in 1958. It ultimately
became Gladys Morse Elementary School.

In 1958


Community readies for new school


. A front page story in the April
24, 1958, edition of the Taylor
County News proclaimed that the
architect's plans were complete for
the new elementary school.
Accompanying the article was
an artist's rendering of the new
facility, which was planned for Ash
-Street.
The school would ultimately
become Gladys Morse Elementary
and would remain open until the
,completion of the current
elementary school several years
ago. The building currently
houses the Taylor Senior Citizens
Center.
"All plans and drawings indicate
a plant of the latest model," the


1958 article proclaimed.
"There will be a broad strip,
provided with paved entrance and
exit drives, plus ample parking
space. Between the two drives
will be a wide landscaped area.
The drives will approach the
school at a slight angle and the
front side of the first unit and
cafetorium will be 400 feet back
from the street. Here will be a wide
space where buses will discharge
and pick up pupils.
"The most outstanding feature of
the entire plant will be the
cafetorium which will be to the left
of center, as one approaches from
the front. It will have a very high
glassed front. This huge room, it is


understood, will have a stage and
can be used for an auditorium in
case of need.
"Apart from the cafetorium, but
connected to it by a covered walk,
will be the first unit of the plant.
This will contain the
administration offices and four
classrooms. Other units, to the
north of the first, are staggered
somewhat, that is, not in direct line
with one: another, and they vary in
size also. The second unit will
contain five classrooms plus
restrooms. The third unit will
contain the large library, which
will have a workroom, a
conference room and a spacious
reading room where also will be


the shelving for books. This unit
will also have five classrooms. The
fourth unit will have six
classrooms. All units are provided
with sufficient restrooms.
"Beyond the fourth unit will be a
wide playground.
"The service building which will
contain the heating plant and other
necessary equipment for
maintenance of the plant will be
joined to "the cafetorium on the
west side, but setting back several
feet from the front.
"The buildings will have a total
square footage of floor space of
29,530 and covered walks
connecting all units will cover
6,452 square feet."


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TMusic was my refuge. I
could crawl into the space
between the notes and curl
my back to loneliness.
Maya Angelou

Music washes away from
the soul the dust of
everyday life.
Berthold Auerbach

My heart, which is so full
to overflowing, has often
been solaced and
refreshed by music when
sick and weary.
Martin Luther


Music is well said to be the
speech of angels.
Thomas Carlyle

Music doesn't lie. If there is
something to be changed in
this world, then it can only
happen through music.
Jimi Hendrix

Who hears music feels his
solitude peopled at once.
Robert Browning

Music is the shorthand
of emotion.
Leo Tolstoy


Miss

Gladys

Morse:

She earned a

place in

Taylor County

history!


By MARY LOU WHITFIELD
Without full knowledge of all the facts concerning the
re-naming of the Gladys Morse Elementary School, my
first impression was, "They just can't do that!"
It still saddens me because I loved "Miss Gladys" so
dearly, but I accept in good faith that our school
board is truly trying to upgrade our public education.
If balancing the name (east and west campuses) is-a
step in that direction I will' try to accept it, but not
without recognition and appreciation for Miss Gladys
and the good teachers who have invested their lives in
the school named for her.
Miss Gladys became my friend in 1921 when I
entered her third grade classroom, located on the
lower floor in the northwest corner of the grades 1
through 12 building on North Calhoun Street, I had
already gone to the one-room Gunter, Spring Warrior
and McCullen rural schools, and entering the big
school in town almost overwhelmed me. -
Having Miss Gladys as my teacher took care of that
in short order. I was soon so much in love with my
teacher that I would at times forget and call my
mother "Miss Gladys."
I never lost my early appreciation for her. In time,
when my own children were in the school system, she
had become the principal and in our roles as
parent/teacher a good relationship was established
and continued.
She was even-handed in her administration arid
tried to build a sense of self-worth in the minds of the
children. Many very fine students received their
foundation under her administration, going forward
to become high achievers' in many fields.
An incident in the first grade of my older son offers
a good example of her skill.with the children under
her care.' A second grade repeater, and large for his
age, lived some distance beyond our house and
trailed the same route home in the afternoon to
within a block of our home.
My son was lower on the "pecking order" and came
in on too many afternoons having been rolled in the
sandspurs along their route. I went to see his mother
who was sorry to hear about it but could not promise
it would end.
I went next to see Miss Gladys who was sympathetic
but could only say "I'll try." I do not know how her
conversation went with the boy but it worked. -
When I walked to the school with my child the next
day the boy was waiting for me.
"See here, Mrs. Whitfield," he said. "Me andi
Benjamin is gonna be friends. He is just a little boy,
and needs somebody to pertect him, and I'm gonna
do that." :-
He added a threat not intended by Miss Gladys,
which fortunately never materialized-- "And If
anybody jumps on Benjamin they'll have to whip mrie
first."
He was, in fact, Ben's "pertecter" from then on,
including changing his route to escort him all the way
home. Each day he lingered here to insure BeWns
welfare, until such time as I gave him a couple of
cookies to eat on his way home.
Miss Gladys was a young teacher, perhaps in: her
third term when I first knew her, but as time passed
we became more like contemporaries, but never to
the point I put away the ".Miss" in addressing her.
She was too great a person for that.
In the late 70's her health began to fail about'the
same time as that, of my husband, and there were
only two days separating their deaths, his on August
28, 1980, and hers on the 30th, as remembered now.
This is a time of special remembrance of their shaping
and stabilizing my life.
Miss Gladys never married but her pride was
mothering the school children under her care, and in
the lives of her nephews and nieces, many of whom
were high achievers in the field of education.
When the school on West Ash Street was named in
her honor it seemed appropriate when a nephew,
George A. Collins, was appointed as principal.
During my own years as a school volunteer I was
more often at the "Gladys Morse" than anywhere else,
and it was always with pride when I told the children
that I had been one of her third graders. (Surprising
to those who thought I came off the ark, no doubt.)-
I remember there was a nice picture of her on a wall
in the office. I hope they have kept it there, with an
appropriate commentary attached. If it has be.e-i
removed, and is -not needed by someone in her family,
I would like to ask for it, to be placed in our Historical
Society. She earned a place in Taylor County history
and I hope she will not be forgotten.
Mary Lou Whitfleld recently published "815 West
Bay," a collection of newspaper columns she wrote for
the Taco Times and the Tallahassee Democrat. The
book is available at The Book Mart, located at 1708 S.
Byron Butler Parkway.


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Please volunteer


Taylor seniors need your help


There's no easy, memorable, or
,unusually different way to offer
this plea, but its message is
sincere: the Taylor Senior Citizens
Center (TSCC),. Inc., needs
volunteers.
Ag. state funding freezes and
ithreJtlens to decrease, TSCC's
iieedR will continue to increase.

A county meeting


"Regardless of how many
seniors we may lose due to
unfortunate circumstances, we are
not able to add any new clients on
the Medicaid Waiver program,"
said Lorien Stewart, fiscal officer
of TSCC.
Potential new clients are added
to a waiting list, and she says that


list grows each day. Although
some programs, like Community
Care for the Elderly, allow more
flexibility, clients must be added
on a "needs -priority" basis, and
only if the TSCC is within its
budget range.
"At the beginning of our fiscal
year, we provided services for 285


DMH update expected Monday


Doctors' Memorial Hospital,
.transient vendors and Earth Day
'will be among the subjects
discussed when Taylor County
Commissioners hold their first
Aprillmeeting on Monday.
.DMIH CEO Charles Darcy is
expected to address the
comrimission with a financial
gpdate on the hospital. It will be
hte.: first time he has appeared
before the board since
commissioners delayed a
decision on several financial
assistance proposals because the
ili gpital did not have its last
audit ready.


Commissioners will also hold a
public hearing to consider a new
ordinance which would require
transient businesses to pay a fee
and apply for a business license.
According to the proposed
ordinance, canvassers or solicitors
would be required to pay $175 per
day: peddlers, $175 per day; and
transient merchants, itinerant
merchants or itinerant vendors
$375 per day.
The board will consider bids
received at a meeting last
month for SHIP rehabilitation
projects 'at four homes in the
county.


Commissioners will also vote on
whether to reduce the adoption
fees for animals adopted from
the Taylor County Animal
Shelter during "Adopt a Pet
Day," scheduled for Saturday,
April 12.
The board will consider filling a
vacancy in the Taylor County
Planning Board. Dewey Hatcher
Jr. resigned on Feb. 4.
For a meeting agenda or a
complete information packet on
items to be discussed at
Monday's meeting, visit
www.taylorcountygov.com and
click on agendas.


Want to change your party?
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MaNDIDATES
Continued -from page 1


Patr
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Tax Collector: Kyle Rowell
D). and Jack Tedder (D). Rod
,;... County Commission, Dist. 1:
inkbnny Clayton "Clay" Crews (I) Con
4io Malcolm Page (D). Ken
County Commission, Dist. 5: A

unemDloyment


icia Patterson (D).
School Board, Dist. 3: Darrell
iddon (NP).
Perry City Council, Dist. 2:
terick Williams.
Taylor County Soil & Water
reservation District, Seat 3:
neth Lee.
ny candidate or prospective


candidate wishing to change
political party affiliation has only
until May 4 to do so.
City candidates have until noon,
June 16, to return their candidacy
packets.
Candidate updates, biographies
and reports can be accessed on-line
at www.taylorelections.com.


Rate nears state average


seniors throughout Taylor County,
including the rural boundaries of
Steinhatchee and Shady. Grove,"
said Stewart. "During the year, we
have experienced 21 seniors either
passing or transferring to a
different provider area, leaving us
with 264 active seniors as of Feb.
29 of this year."
Of that number, only 88 receive
services in their homes. The other
176 gather only for lunch, or
receive frozen home-delivered
meals.
"Our budget remains at a
standstill allowing us to provide
for a base number of seniors; any
new seniors and their services are
courtesy of funds received through
United Way," she said.
Typically, Stewart added, United
Way contributes $30,000 to
$35,000 for the organization.
She worries that as gas, food and
vendor costs rise, the center's
ability to serve the community's
seniors at the current level will be
compromised.
"We have taken measures
internally to ensure that all seniors
currently receiving services
continue to do so. I regret that
these measures included lay-offs of
staff members (secretary and
kitchen aide) as well as changing
one position from full-time to part-
time. We must begin relying more
heavily on volunteers, instead of
paid employees, to get the job done
so that everyone can continue to
enjoy the services we provide."
What can you do? If you can
donate a day a week, that would be
great.
If you can deliver frozen meals
to seniors, that would be helpful.
"If we could depend on
volunteer assistance, we could rely
less on'a paid employee and reduce
some overhead in that department
but we must have a willing and
dependable volunteer base," she
said.
For additional volunteer
opportunities at TSCC, please
contact Stewart at 584-4924.


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BRSElIMPLOYMENT- .
nmtinued from page 1
Florida's February seasonally
adjusted unemployment rate held
*Seady at 4.6 percent over the
wanth. This rate represented
.422,000 jobless out of a lLabor force

resignation

tended for

ve years?

MTICAL CONCERN
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benefits in recent years with some
.W00,000 for the sports complex
as: well as improvements at
Ut1dges Park in Keaton Beach.
-'The draft letter, which is on the
agenda for the commission's
meetingg on Monday, states, in
rt: "Although progress has been
auade since 2003, there is still
muitich: work that needs to be done
B':-help our counties compete
economically with other parts of
-hie. state. Therefore we
aespectfully request that the region
bei: re-designated for five more
years.


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pf, 9,2.1,000:.'Cpmpared to'- ayear
ago, Florida's unemployment rate
was up 0.9 percent in February.
This rate was the highest since
October 2004, which was-also 4.6
percent. The state's .unemployment
rate, however, remained below the
national unemployment rate of 4.8
percent.
Florida's nonagricultural
employment growth rate was -0.3
percent in February, representing a
loss of 27,700 jobs over the year,
to reach a total employment level
of 8,034,300. This was slower than
the national job growth rate for
February, which gained 0.6
percent. The February 2008 job
growth rate of -0.3 percent
continued the trend of negative
over-the-year growth that began in
September 2007, primarily due to
declines in construction.
The construction industry has
lost 77,400 jobs (12.3 percent)
over the past year in Florida.
Construction losses accounted for
72 percent of all job losses in the
state. '
Manufacturing lost an additional
22,200 jobs (5.6 percent) over the
same period. Financial activities
lost 6,900 jobs (1.3 percent) and
information lost 600 jobs (0.4
percent).
Education and health services,
on the other hand,; gained 33,300


government gained 22,700 jobs
(2.0 percent), accounting for the
majority of job gains among those
industries posting positive annual
growth.
Leisure and hospitality ranked
third among Florida's major
industries in job growth,
expanding by 13,700 jobs over the
year (1.5 -percent). Trade,.
transportation, and utilities
increased by 5,800 jobs over year
ago levels (0.4 percent).
"I am committed to the roles our
agency and the workforce system
play in helping strengthen our
economy," said Agency for
Workforce Innovation Director
Monesia T. Brown.
"We continue to work diligently
with the governor, legislature and
all our partners to help reinvigorate
job growth during these
challenging economic times."
For December, Liberty County
reported the lowest unemployment
rate in the state at 2.9 percent,
while Flagler County had the
highest at 7.2 percent.
Of Taylor's neighbors, Dixie
County had the highest
unemployment rate with 5.5
percent, followed by Madison
County at 5.4 percent, and
Jefferson and Lafayette counties at
3.3 percent.


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Outdoor Extravaganza

Presentation by CrossHeir Outfitters

Wild Game Supper
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Grand Prize: New Rifle

Who: Men & Boys of Taylor County
What: Outdoor Extravaganza Brotherhood
When: Monday, April 7 -- 5:00 p.m.
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Living


A-4 Perry News-Herald April 4-5, 20oC


Phi Theta Kappa selects


seven from Taylor County


Phi Theta Kappa, the
international honor society for
two-year colleges, inducted new
members in a candlelight
ceremony at North Florida
Community College held March
14.
Thirty-nine students met
academic standards for
membership, including seven from
Taylor County.


Andrew Wolfkill, Babita Kamnani

Wolfkill, Kamnani to exchange vows in

May ceremony in Round Rock,Texas


Mr. and Mrs. Hari Kamnani of Houston, Texas,
announce the engagement of their daughter, Babita, to
Andrew Wolfkill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wolfkill
of Perry.
The bride-to-be is a 2001 graduate of Texas Tech
University, Lubbock, with a degree in human
development and family studies. She currently makes
her home in Round Rock, Texas.
The prospective groom is a 1993 graduate of Taylor


County High School, employed by Velocity Credit
Union of Round Rock, where he now lives.
The wedding will be an event of May 3, 2008, at the
Round Rock Presbyterian Church.
A reception will follow at Pfluger Hall in
Pflugerville, Texas.
Formal invitations have been issued.
Following their wedding, the couple will continue to
live in Round Rock.


When do you prune muscadine vines?


In a word, yesterday.
Muscadine vines should be
pruned between January and
March, although quick action now
can deliver your plants from
disarray.


Prune any branches that are less
than 3/16 of an inch in diameter,
leaving two to three buds per spur.
Also prune any arms that'are not
vigorous.


now, in May and just after harvest
which is typically August and early
September. (Apply no more than
4-6 pounds, per vine, per year.)
Always store muscadines in a


Apply fertilizer (6-6-6 or 8-8-8) cool place.


Those inducted included:
Ashlea Browning, Alison Darcy,
Priscilla Forney, Ryan Hagberg,
Jessica Mathis, Whitney Owens
and Michael Tedder.
PTK vice-president Teresa
Ginther, also of Taylor County,
led the procession of inductees.
NFCC President Morris G.
Steen Jr. and PTK president
Andrew Martin welcomed
visitors.
History instructor David Paulk
was guest speaker. Nicole Frey,
PTK public relations coordinator,
gave the history of Phi Theta
Kappa.
For more information, contact
Molnar via email
molnarg@nfcc.edu or telephone
850.973.1644.


Vice President Teresa Ginther lights the candle of new
member Brittany Bezick while Melody Barbusci, secretary,
stands ready to present a rose during PTK induction at NFCC.

Spring break ends; school begins
Spring break ends Sunday, and classes in Taylor County Schools resume
on Monday with only one more holiday left before the end of the 2007-08
year.
Memorial Day, May 26, is a holiday and May 30 is the final day for
students. Teachers can look toward June 4 as their final day.


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the homes of qualified senior citizens.

It's easy to apply for this FREE program.
Simply come to Taylor Senior Center
or Perry City Hall March 31 through
April 11 to pick up an application.
You must be a Perry city resident,
age 65 or older, and meet certain
income criteria to qualify*.


* Adding weather-stripping,
caulking and door sweeps

* Changing standard light bulbs to
new energy-efficient bulbs

* Cleaning the refrigerator coil

* Installing low-flow showerhead
and water aerators

* Insulating water heater and pipes


*This offer is nontransferrable and is only
valid for the Progress Energy customer of
record who is 65 or older meeting the above
stated maximum income levels.


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A-6 Perry News-Herald April 4-5; 2008


Hunter safety

course in April'
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
'' .Conservation Commission (FWC)1
is offering a free hunter safety
course in Jefferson County.
The course will be at the Beau
Turner Youth Conservation
,.Center, 9194 S. Jefferson
\K'41i i" Highway in Monticello.
Instruction will take place 6-9
p.m. Aoril 25; 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
..April 26; and the range portion of
the class will be 1-5 p.m., April
27.
Individuals who have taken the
Internet course and wish to
Ima complete the classroom portion
must bring the online completion
report and attend only the April 25
class from 6-10 p.m and the April-
27 range day.
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
Using the standard jig/grL.ub combo is effective right now for trou reds and Sp3r.sh mackerel. after June 1, 1975.





Relay tourney sees 300-plus anglers


More than 300 anglers
participated in last Saturday's
Relay For life :Saltwater Fishing
Tournament.
Five thousand dollars in prize


money was awarded but the big
winner was the American Cancer
Society's Relay For Life program.
The two big winners in
Saturday's second annual event


were Todd Armstrong's 17.15-
pound grouper and Chad Frost's
5.17-pound speckled trout. Both
anglers received $1,000 for their
big fish.


FWC wants horseshoe crab info


Biologists at the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission's (FWC) Fish and
Wildlife Research Institute
(FWRI) peed help from the public
in identifying horseshoe crabs
spawning on beaches throughout
the state.
The best time to find horseshoe
crabs spawning is around a high
tide, right before or just after a full
or new moon. The next full moon
will be on Saturday, March 22.


Observant beachgoers can report
the time, date and location of
horseshoe crab sightings through
one of several convenient options.
G o t o
http://research.MyFWC.com/horse
shoecrab and fill out an online
survey, or e-mail findings to
horseshoe@MyFWC.com, or call
the FWC at 1-866-252-9326.
. Biologists also want to know
the number of horseshoe crabs
seen by observers and whether the


horseshoe crabs are spawning.
Horseshoe crabs benefit humans
in several ways. For instance,
research on the compound eyes of
horseshoe crabs led to better
understanding of the human visual
system, and horseshoe crab blood
is useful in the biomedical
industry. .In addition,
manufacturers use the material of a
horseshoe crab's shell (chitin) to
make contact lenses, skin creams
and hair sprays.


All the winners are listed below
by category:
*Todd Armstrong, largest
grouper, 17.15 pounds (Big Bend
Marine);
*Roger Rountree, 2nd largest
grouper, 16.64 pounds (South
House;
*Chad Frost, largest speckled
trout, 5.17 pounds (Sea Tow);
*Ashley Mock, 2nd largest
speckled trout, 5.08 pounds
(Bennett's Auto Body);
*John Martin, largest redfish,
7.41 pounds, (Flint Equipment &
H.B. Tuten Logging);
*Jody Davis, 2nd largest redfish;
7.27 pounds, (Timberland Ford);
*Josh Wiggins, -largest
sheepshead, 5.09 pounds, (Winn
Dixie);
*Leon Grabaski, 2nd largest
sheepshead, 3.99 pounds, (R&R
Home Improvement).


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Florida waters begin to warm up,
and the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
cautions boaters to be on the
lookout for migrating manatees.
Manatees are especially
vulnerable in spring and fall when
they travel along the Gulf and
Atlantic coasts. Kipp Frohlich,
leader of the FWC's Imperiled
Species Management Section, said
boaters can help manatees have a
safe migration by staying in
marked channels, wearing
polarized sunglasses to improve
vision, obeying posted boat speed


Speckled Trout
Redfish
Blues, etc.


zones, using poles, paddles or
trolling motors when in close
proximity to manatees and having
someone help scan the water when
under way.
During warm weather, some
waterways will have more
restrictive waterway speed zones.
Boaters in Citrus, Hillsborough,
Lee, Pinellas ahd Volusia counties
should be aware of the speed zone
changes in a few manatee habitat
locations.
For more information about
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for all parents to have a son as great as you. Keep
God in your heart and you'll never walk alone.
We love you, your parents,
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A-7 Perry News-Herald April 4-5, 2008


Men, boys invited to Wild Game Supper


Outdoor extravaganza is Monday
CrossHeir Outfitters will be featured at a Wild Game Supper on,
*Monday, April 7, at 5 p.m. at Crosspoint Baptist Fellowship. All men and
'boys in Taylor County are invited to this event, sponsored by the Taylor
iCounty Baptist Association Brotherhood and Crosspoint Baptist
*Fellowship. The grand prize is a new rifle, but other door prizes will also
bheawarded.
' The church is located at 920 Courtney Road. For more information,
,please call 584-5441.
First Church of God celebrates Homecoming
Perry First Church of God will host a Homecoming celebration this
,ominig weekend. A gospel sing is planned for Saturday, April 5, featuring
TIhe Gibbs Family.
Complimentary snacks will be served at 5:30 p.m. followed by the sing
sat 7 p.m. .
Homecoming services will be held Sunday morning at 11 a.m. with


special guest speaker, the Rev. Bill Carpenter. A covered dish luncheon
will follow.
Spring Revival begins Sunday
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church will begin a spring revival on Sunday,
April 6, with services at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Weeknight services continue
Monday through Wednesday at 7.
Dr. John Sullivan; executive director of the Florida Baptist Convention,
will be the featured speaker. Special music is planned for each service, and
a nursery will be provided.
The community is cordially invited to attend.
Churches hold benefit yard sales
The youth group of First United Methodist Church will have a yard sale
benefiting Relay For Life on Saturday, April 5, from 8 a.m. until 12 noon
in Memorial Hall.


Pbituaries
Lorraine Eileen Bonnie Cleo Miller. She was a Florida National Bank as a teller Funeral Home with interment to
iller Hendry veteran of World War II, serving in until her retirement in 1985. follow at Pisgah Cemetery.
Miller Hendrythe U.S. Navy Waves. She re- Survivors include her sister-in- Family members will receive
.^ Lorraine Eileen Miller Hendry, located to Perry from San Diego, law, Velma H. Towles of Perry, and friends prior to the service from 3
l7, died April 1, 2008, in Perry. Calif., in 1944 and was an active a host of nieces and nephews. p.m. to 4 p.m. at Beggs Funeral
;,:Ms. Hendry was a native of member of First United Methodist Funeral services will be held Home, which is in charge of
ihrahaute, Ind., and the daughter Church in Perry. She worked for today, April 4, at 4 p.m. at Beggs arrangements.
fthe late Owen P. Miller and


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First Presbyterian Church will also hold a yard sale benefiting Relay For
Life on Saturday, beginning at 8 a.m. in the fellowship hall of the churh,
310 Plantation Road.
Homecoming slated at Mt. Carmel
Mt. Carmel Baptist Church on Pisgah Road will observe Homecoming
on Sunday, April 6, at 10:30 a.m. with dinner on the grounds following.
Special music will be presented by the Redeemed trio from Waycross, (3a.
Pastor Billy Gipson invites everyone to attend.
Looking ahead: Pool to speak at revival here
Missionary Randy Pool will speak at Lakeside Baptist Church April 20-
23 at 7 p.m. Pool is affiliated with the North American Mission Board and
the Mississippi River Ministry of Tennessee.


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Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.


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endurance the race that is set before..."
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news is 11 a.ml. on
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N lews is printed as space
is available.


"ch of God
Sunday School 10:00 10:45
Worship Service 11:00 12:00
Children's Church 11:00 12:00
Sunday Night
Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
Choir Practice 6:00 6:45
Sunday Service 7:00 8:00
Wednesday Night
Youth Group 6:00 7:30
Study Group 7:00


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Church Office: 584-7636 4
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Carlton Cemetery
Old-Fashioned
Clean-up Day & Annual Meeting

Saturday, April 19, 2008
8:00 a.m.
Business Meeting 11:00 a.m.
Dinner on the Grounds ~ 11:30 a.m.
Bring lawn chairs, hats, tools, bug spray and your favorite covered dish.
Water, utensils, paper goods &8 ice will be provided.
For more information, call 584-4329
If you are physically unable to clean your plot, we will provide assistance.
Our goal is to identify persons buried without headstone. If anyone has
knowledge of unmarked graves, please call with names and dates.


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A-8 Perry News-Herald April 4-5, 2008


Entries sought


for quilt show


Attention. quilters and quilt
owners. North Florida Community
College is seeking entries for its
annual quilt show.
Quilts will be displayed at the
Wardlaw-Smith-Goza Conference
Center in Madison Thursday
through Sunday, April 24-26, in
conjunction with the Madison
County Four Freedoms Festival.
The exhibit will be open to the
public from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. each
day. Admission is free.
Show organizers are calling on
area quilt owners to display
handmade quilts whether new or
old, a treasured heirloom or a


recent gift. Quilts will be
displayed on the first and second
floors of the historic WSG
Conference Center, known locally
as "the mansion." A special area in
the downstairs library will be set
aside for display of antique quilts.
"Don't miss this opportunity to
showoff your quilted treasures,"
organizers urge.
Applications to enter a quilt or
multiple quilts in NFCC's annual
quilt show are available by calling
WSG Conference Center
Coordinator Maria Greene at
850-973-9432 or e-mail
GreeneM@nfcc.edu.


Entries in North Florida Community College's annual quilt
show will be on display at the Wardlaw-Smith-Goza
Conference Center April 24-26.


I AARP tours Buckeye
Members of the Taylor County chapter of AARP toured Buckeye recently and received a briefing on the plant's operation. In
addition to a driving tour of the facility, AARP members traveled by elevator nine stories to the top of a recovery boiler for a
panoramic view of the plant and surrounding forestlands. Engineer Alicia Harder hosted the tour. The AARP is a national, non-
profit organization that is open to people age 50 and over. The local chapter meets monthly except during the summer.

Ming-Jian Fang of Taiwan


NFCC to host classical guitarist
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The Music Department ot North
"' Florida Community College will
A present internationally acclaimed
classical guitarist, Ming-Jian Fang
fom Taiwan, in concert
Wednesday, April 16.
Fang is appearing at the special
*invitation of Dr. Rebecca Burkart,
NFCC music director, who became
friends with Fang when they were
both pursuing doctoral degrees at
Ball State University in Muncie.
Ind.
His Madison concert follows an
appearance at the 20th anniversary
of the Classical Guitar Festival at
Ball State.
Fang will perform two concerts
featuring Western classical music:
one for NFCC students at noon in
the Fine Arts Auditorium on
campus and another for members
S of the public at the Wardlaw-
Smith-Goza Mansion, at 7 p.m.
Both performances are free.
Fang, who received his
undergraduate degree in Taiwan,
pursued a Doctor of Arts degree
from Ball State University in 1988.
He was chairman of the School of
Music at Fu-Jen University from
1994-1998, then Dean of the
College of Fine'Arts from 1998-
2007. While at Fu-Jen University,
Fang was also professor of guitar
and developed the university's first
guitar program. He is presently at
National Taipei University of
Education in the Office of General
Affairs.
Fang received the 2007 Gold


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Little Beauty Queen
Kamaren

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April 3, 2008

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& Grandpa (Barbara & Otis), Big Sister
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IOLY REUNION 2008
The Foley Reunion will be held on
April 19, 2008, at 10 a.m.,
at the Forest Capital Hall, U.S. Highway 19 South, Perry, Fla.

The reunion committee will provide tea, water, cups, plates, napkins and utensils.
Please bring other drinks you need; food for a covered dish luncheon, and a card
table and chair for your own comfort.

Please make this a great reunion as one is not planned for 2009.
IHarry Hall, Chairman


Melody Award trom the laiwanege
Government for classical guitar
recording; the Outstanding Alumni
Award from Ball State University
in 1995; and, the International
Achievement Award from Ball
State in 2007.
He has also published Music and
Aesthetics-From Tradition to


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tgodagrn (200/), western iusic
History-Ideas and Frameworks
(2005), Fernando Sor (2004), and
The Illustrated Book of Classical
Guitarists (2003).
Drs. Rebecca and Arnold
Burkart kept up a long-standing
friendship with Fang over the
years and visited him in Taiwan


wnl Arnold BurKiartl tLaugt at
Taipei Municipal Teacher's
College.
Rebecca Burkart describes Fancg-
as, "a talented guitarist and very-
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B-i Perry News-Herald April 4-5, 2008


Relay opportunities abound


:.;,How many ways can you raise
fands for the American Cancer
Seeiety's signature event, Relay
Er-Life?
, Many, many ways.
;Read on for a listing of
rportimities to support a worthy
*iase, while having a good time or
im|acng a good find.
YARD SALES
V The weekend is blanketed with
sales! Today's Classified,
ion advertises 23, one
fitting a church mission trip
another to help with medical
nses incurred by Mike
ark. /-
irpe: more benefit Relay For
and-here are their locations:
rhe First Presbyterian Church
-tverwhelned with yard sale
handise including a sofa,
Istered chairs, lamps, end
s, children's toys, clothes and
treasures. The' doors to this
open Saturday at 8 a.m. in the
wship hall of the church,
ed at 310 Plantation Road.
eeds benefit the church's
ay ForLife team.
?A new Relay For Life team,
The- Buddies," will also
a yard sale Saturday at 8 a.m.
i back-parking lot of Dr. Diane
e_-Shtick's office, 616 S.
msarSt.
tThe third. yard sale Saturday,
iftingRelay, is planned by the
h group of First United
odist Church from 8 a.m.
12 noon. This sale will be
in Memorial.Hall.
TRAIL RIDE
I you don't shop at yard sales,


but you love horses and the great
outdoors, a Trail Ride, will lead
riders through "the beautiful trails
of the R.O. Ranch in Cooks
Hammock.", Area horsemen can
become Relay Riders by
contacting Diane Whitfield at 584-
4239; ride-out time is 10 a.m., so
don't delay!
This event, benefiting the
American Cancer Society, is
planned by the First Presbyterian
Church.

HUNGRY FOR BREAKFAST?
The Perry Rotary Relay For Life
Team, the Rotary Raiders, will
serve breakfast to hungry festival
attendees at this weekend's Florida
State Bluegrass Festival.
. The team will be offering meals
for a $2 (or more) donation at the
Perry Garden Club building behind
the Heritage Pavilion. You can
choose between fresh hot
pancakes, a sausage croissant or
two fresh homemade donuts. All
will be served with your choice of
fresh orange juice or coffee.
The Rotary Raiders are also
offering tickets for a $1 donation to
win a framed promotional poster
for the upcoming movie, "Indiana
Jones ,ind the Temple of the
Crystal Skull," as well as an
autographed photo of Harrison
Ford.
SURVIVORS RECEPTION
This event doesn't raise funds,
but it does raise appreciation for
those who have successfully
battled cancer. The Survivors
Reception is planned at 6 p.m.
Tuesday, April 8;,at Events, located


at 1723 S. Jefferson St. "A
delicious meal" is being
contributed by Goodman's
Barbecue. Cood food and good
fellowship are promised; survivors'
t-shirts will be passed out at this
event, so that, each can walk the
first lap of the 2008 Relay For Life,
April 25.
BAKED POTATO
LUNCH/AUCTION
The First Presbyterian Church
team will hold a Baked Potato
Lunch, followed by an auction, on
Sunday, April 13, in the fellowship
hall. The lunch will begin at
approximately 12:30 p.m., with a
cost of $5.


If you didn't attend last year, but
plan to be there this year, please
contact Donna Sprigle (584-8686).
Everyone is invited to stay for
the auction which follows lunch.
Noteworthy items include "three
generous gift certificates" from
South House, a Vera Bradley purse
from Debbie's Jewels, restaurant
gift certificates from He-Brews
and Joyce's MainStreet Cafe, a gift
certificate from Zeigler's Florist, a
photo and football, both
au ographed by FSU Coach Bobby
Bowden.
If you want to attend the auction,
only, please plan to arrive by 1
p.m.


PREFER A MOTORCYCLE?
If you're not interested in
horseback riding, but prefer a
motorcycle, the Dice Run is set for
Saturday, April 19, with


registration at the Perry Elks
Lodge.. A donation of $20 per bike
is requested, with an additional $5
rider fee for the American Cancer
Society. The last bike out will be
at 1 p.m. Call Wendy at 838-5190.


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B-2 Perry News-Herald April 4-5, 2008


There were few. bright spots for movie' studios in
March as far as box office results were concerned.
Only Fox's "Horton Hears a Who" performed really
well, becoming the first movie of the year to gross
more than $100 million domestically. Last week's "21"
also outperformed expectations, but it remains to be
seen whether it will be able to carry that steam into a
multi-week draw.
Almost every weekend in March underperformed
comparable weekends from 2007, but then, the'same
-thing happened last year. Execs are most likely looking
expectantly to May and the arrival of the summer
blockbuster season. Before we can get there, however,
we have the four weekends of April to wade through.
That's not to say there isn't anything to keep us sated
until then, far from it actually. We'll start with this
weekend, which brings us three new movies opening
wide.
Up first is the movie I have been anticipating the
-most from April's offerings: "Nimn's Island." The
'family action adventure/comedy is about a young girl
-named Nim (Abigail Breslin of "Little Miss Sunshine"
fame) who lives on a small island with
her father. When he is lost at sea, she
writes to her favorite author (Jdodie
Foster) for help. What follows,
according to the trailer, appears to- be
part "Pirates of the Caribbean" and
part "Peter Pan." The film is hitting
theaters 'just in time 'to pick up the
-reins from "Horton" as the go-to
family movie so it should do well at
the box office.
The film is rated PG for mild
,adventure action and brief language.
Opening against the girl and her
island is George Clooney's third turn
behind the camera, "Leatherheads,"
about the early days of professional
football. Clooney, who also stars in
the film alongside Renee Zellweger
and JohnXKrasinski, is making a name ..
for himself as a director. It will be
interesting to see how this follow-up
to his Oscar-nominated "Good Night,
.and Good Luck" will fare with
:audiences since there haven't been
many 1920's era screwball comedies
to compare it to lately. Clooney brings
,his own dedicated fans and this may
'baithe first football movie in history to
,have a higher percentage of women in
the audience:.
"Leatherheads" is rated PG-13 for
brief strong languag e.
Finishing up the weekend is
EuHins," a horror film based on the
popular novel of the same name by
Scott B. Smith (who also wrote the
screenplay). Honestly, there doesn't
appear to be much that separates this
from every other horror flick that has
come around lately. That being said, I
coincidently had someone
recommend this very book to me only
days before I first heard about the
movie.
"Ruins" is rated R for strong
violence and gruesome images,
language, some sexuality and nudity.
Next weekend brings us "Street
Kings," starring a powerful ensemble
:cast that includes Keanu Reeves,
forest Whitaker and Hugh Laurie
'("House"). Reeves plays a Los
Angeles cop whose partner is
murdered, prompting him to search
for the killers and get revenge.
"Street Kings" has an interesting
pedigree. Director David Ayer wrote
.the screenplay for 2001's "Training
:Day," which also dealt with L.A. cops
-and happened to earn Denzel
!Washington an Academy Award. Taking over
:screenwriting duties this time are James Ellroy, who
.wrote novels "L.A. Confidential" and "Black Dahlia"
'(both turned into successful, movies) and Kurt
Wimmer, who wr6te and directed "Equilibrium," one
.of the best sci-fi action films since "'The Matrix." The
trailer, probably purposefully, has a very "Training
Day" feel to it, so hopefully "Street Kings" will live up
'it is heritage.
The film is rated R for strong violence and pervasive
language.
Not wanting to be outdone in the ensemble category
is "Smart People," which stars Dennis Quaid, Thomas
'Haden Church, Ellen Page and Sarah Jessica Parker.
Building on a growing list of sharp comedies involving
dysfunctional families such as "The Royal
Tenenbaums" and "Little Miss Sunshine," this latest
flick is about a depressed college professor (Quaid),
his overachieving and neglected daughter (Page), his
dead-beat brother (Church) and his former student-
turned-possible-love-interest (Parker). It's not clear
how long these kinds of movies can come across as
fresh and deliver something new to the genre (if


n April



summer


they've really grown to become their own genre yet),
but this one looks very promising.
"Smart People" is 'rated R for language, brief teen
drug and alcohol use, and for some sexuality.
Also opening next weekend is "Prom Night," a
pseudo-remake of the 1980 film of the same name,
which from what I've read, has little to do with the
original other than it involves a prom.
The film is rated PG-13 for violence and terror,
some sexual material, underage .drinking and
language.
On May 18, Al Pacino will be fighting for his life in
"88 Minutes," as a forensic psychiatrist who receives
a threatening phone call saying he will die in.. yeah,
you guessed it, 88 minutes. Apparently this film has
been on the shelf for awhile, and is finally getting a
release into theaters. Interestingly enough, Pacino's
next film, "Righteous Kill," due out later this year, is
also directed by Jon Avnet. It's never a good sign when
a film is left to stew for months after completion, but
here's hoping Pacino can pull off a winner.
"88 Minutes" is- rated R for disturbing violent
content, brief nudity and language.
What do you get when you
combine the director of the "Stewart
Little" films and "Haunted House"
,.. with the first ever on-screen pairing
of martial arts icons Jackie Chan
S" and let Li? Honestly, I'm not sure,
but it's called "The Forbidden
Kingdom." In the film, an
American teen (Michael Angarano)
is sent back to ancient China, where
he will have to help save the day.
Helping him along the way will be
Li and Chan, of course. The trailers
present a fun, comedic kung-fu
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with that. Throw in the fight
'I'gD choreographer from "Crouching
N Tiger, Hidden Dragon," and we may
be on to something.
"The Forbidden Kingdom" is
rated PG-13 for sequences of
martial arts action and some
violence.
The weekend finishes with the
next film from the guys that.gave us
"The 40 Year Old Virgin" and
"Knocked Up." In "Forgetting
Sarah Marshall," Peter Bretter
(Marshall Eriksen from "How I Met
Your Mother") tries to cope after
getting dumped by his famous
girlfriend (Kristen Bell from
"Veronica Mars"). Attempting to
get away, he takes, a vacation, only
to find out his former girlfriend--
and her new flame--are staying at
the same hotel. This follows a.
string of successful R-rated
comedies and only time will tell if
this one will find a place on the list.
The film is rated R for sexual
content, language and,some graphic
nudity.
Finishing off the month are three
movies opening April 25.
In "Deception," an accountant
(Ewan McGregor) ,gets more than
he bargained for when an
acquaintance (Hugh Jackrman)
connects him to a mysterious sex
PA club and he becomes a suspect in a
woman's disappearance. This
appears to be one of those sexually
charged thrillers that, without the
big named, stars in the lead, would
have ended up on late-night cable.
The film is rated R for sexual
content, language, brief violence
and some drug use.
Joining forces, "Saturday Night
Live" regulars Tina Fey and Amy Ppehler join forces
for the comedy "Baby Mama," about a successful
_socialite who wants to have a baby afid the woman she
hires to carry it for her. Although it could take me
awhile to remember the last time "Saturday Night
Live" was funny, I think my time would be better
served thinking about "Juno," which took a similar
subject and, from the looks of it, did a much better job.
It will be out on DVD on April 15.
The film is rated PG-I 3 for crude and sexual humor,
language and a drug reference.
Finally, we have the most anticipated sequel of the
year. Yes, I'm talking about "Harold & Kumar
Escape from Guantanamo Bay." Although I have
never seen John Cho and Kal Penn's first adventure to
White Castle, I've heard it was a pretty good film, as
far as college stoner movies go. I do have to wonder,
however, if I will ever be able to escape Hollywood's
never ending war on President Bush and his politics. If
you don't like his policies fine. Hearing about it in war' '
movies and on "Boston Legal" is one thing. But do I';
have to watch it in my stoner movies? Come on!
The film is rated R.


It's time for bluegrass
Erdie, Evans and his wife Debi visited the Perry Rotary Club recently to give an early
preview of this weekend's Florida State Bluegrass. Their band, Southern Lite, will be one-of
the many bluegrass groups taking the mainstage during the festival. For band information, a
full schedule and more, check out the Florida State Bluegrass commemorative edition in
today's edition of the Perry News-Herald.



UnConservatory Festival Orchestra


descends on Advent Christian Villae


The "Live! At Dowling Park"
Artist Series at Advent Christian
Village (ACV) will conclude its
20th season with the
UnConservatory Festival
Orchestra (UFO), featuring duo
pianists/composers, Kirk Whipple
and Marilyn Morales.
The concert will be held
Monday, April 14, at 7 p.m. at The
Village Church.
On Saturday, April 12, Whipple
and Morales, plus select UFO
members, will perform in the
Magnolia Dining Room at Good
Samaritan Center at 2 p.m. On
Sunday, April 13, they will
perform i.n the Dacier Manor
Dining Room at 3 p.m.
The 10-member UFO was
formed in the summer of 2004 for
the purpose of "creating a vibrant
new concert experience [while]
fusing classical and jazz traditions


Aprif 14-15
The razzle-dazzle Broadway musical
"Chicago" comes to the Tallahassee-
Leon County Civic Center for two
nights at 7:30 p.m. Part of the
Tallahassee Broadway Series, tickets
are still available at the Civic Center
box office, www.tidketmaster.com or by
phone at 800-322-3602.
April 18-19
The annual Southern Music Rising
Festival will be held at the Monticello
Opera House. Among the bands set to
perform at the event are Blue Highway,
The Aaron O'Rourke Trio, The Purvis
Brothers, New River Bluegrass, The
Bruised Grass Band, Mike Lanigan,
Jimmy Gillis, Curtis Morgan, Booger
Holler, String Band and Monroe Street.
FoNrn ore information or tickets, visit
w 'outhernmusinrising.com or call
85'6915-6881.
April 11-13, 18-20
The Quincy Music Theatre presents
"Mame" The musical follows the story of
Maime after she left with her 10-year-old
nephew during the great depression.


with virtuoso perform
exciting new works.",
The orchestra has.since
reputation of being a cut
concert ensemble that
"audience-friendly." Dir
Whipple and Morales,
made their first CD i
"Danzas Para Dos P
Orquesta" ("Dances I
Pianos & Orchestra").
For more information,
UFO online
www.unconservatory.org/
Whipple and Moral
performed at venues th
the United States and abr
couple was married in 1
ceremony and
performance that incl
world premier of their
"Concerto For Two Pia
Orchestra." They have r
number of CDs, appe


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ances of television and radio, and published I
/ a book of "one piano/four hand"
e earned a holiday arrangements for'
tting edge beginning pianists, entitled.
is also "Christmas Treasures."
*ected by Ticket prices for this'!
the UFO performance are as follows: ACV:
n 2006-- Members, $10; adults, $12;',
Pianos y students (ages 13-18), $5; and.-
For Two children (ages 5-12), $3.:-
Admission for children ages 4 and'
visit the under is free.
at Tickets are available at the ACV
/ufo. Cashier's Office, as well as in Live'
les have Oak at The Music Center and the
throughout Suwannee County Chamber of
road. The Cogmmerce, .,,,,. .,, ,;
1992 in a 'Tickets may also be purchased at'
concert the door on the evening of the:'
uded the concert.
original For additional information about'
anos, and this performance, please call Dick.
recorded a Grillo at (386) 658-5557, or e-riiail
eared on dgrillo@acvillage'net.


Mame is described as "Eve, St. Joan,
Lady Godiva and Florence Nightengale
all wrapped into one larger-than-life
character." Tickets are available by
calling 850-875-9444 or online at
www.qmtonline.com.


Saturday, April 5
The Strings of Flavor Concert will be
held at 7 p.m. at Christian Heritage
Church (2820 Sharer Road) in
Tallahassee. Participants include the
Boys' Choir of Tallahassee, the
Tallahassee Girls' Choir, the African-
Caribbean Dance Company and the
Javacya Arts Conservatory. General
admission is $10; reserved seating is
$20. Tickets are available at the door
and are also available at Beethoven &
Company and MusicMasters.
Sunday, April 27
The Tallahassee Symphony Youth
Orchestra will hold its Spring Concert
at 3 p.m. in Opperman Music Hall.
Admission is free and families. are
encouraged to attend.


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Wednesday, April 23
After missing his concert on March 15
due to illness, Elton John and his band
have re-scheduled their live appearance:
at the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic
Center. Tickets are on sale at the Civic
Center box office, as well as -
Ticketmaster.com, LiveNation.com, and
all Ticketmaster outlets. You can also
charge by phone at 800-322-3602. For
more information, visit www.tlccc.org.


Saturday, April 12
The second annual Mel Tillis and
Friends Fishing Tournament and
Concert in Steinhatchee will include
the fishing tournament, a silent
auction, food vendors and live -
entertainment featuring Kenyon Lockry.:
Tickets are $20 per adult with free
admission for children under 12. Visit
www.fishingwithmel.com for more
information.


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I want to thank everybody for coming to our
Auction. Don't forget we have an auction
every Friday night at the Sloans Auction at
1557 Carlton Cemetery Rd. in Perry. We
accept checks and credit cards 10% BP
Colonel Bonney Auctioneer. AU2021-
AB2011. So come on everybody!
2/13-4/8
AUCTION HOUSE OF MADISON will be
having an auction this Saturday, April 5,
at 6:30, 1693 SW Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360)
Madison, Florida (850) 973-2959.
MASTERCARD, VISA AND DEBIT
CARDS, HEATED / AC-COMFY SEATS.
From Perry: Take RT 221 North to CR 360
(SW Mosley Hall Rd) Turn Right, go about
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Huge Yard Sale: Saturday, April 5, 8:00-
until, 501 N. Jefferson St. All proceeds to
benefit Mike Denmark as he recovers from
a recent stroke. Cancel if rain.
4/2-4/8

ESTATE SALE Friday and Saturday, 8
am.-Noon, Charles Hendry Rd, Off of
Puckett Rd. wedding and prom dresses,
jewelry, women's clothing size 0-12.
4/2-4/8
Multi-Family Yard Sale, Saturday 8 a.m.-
until. Furniture, baby items, some AVON
products. Something for everyone, down
Hwy. 221 behind Perrys First Church of
God. Look for signs.
4/2-4/8
Yard Sale Thurs, Friday and Saturday. 305
E. Pace Dr. Men's shoes size 11 to 14,
men's, women's and children's clothes,
misc. dishes, lots of new items this week.
buttons, singer sewing machine, child's
Singer, Linens, Heavy table/4 chairs, Sm.
Desk, toys, tools, 12 plus yards, duck
material, printer ink cartridges.
4/2-4/4 . .. '...
AMVETS Post 20 Community Yard Sale
1st Saturday of the month 8 a.m. 2 p.m.
On Woods Creek Rd.
4/4AV
Yard Sale Saturday 8-until, Hwy 19 Sth.
(Bill Howard Rd) Reese Hitch, bikes,
vanity, girls furniture and lots of good
things. 223-3314.
4/4
3 Family Yard Sale, infant girl clothes; girl
and boy clothes 4T & 3T, entertainment t '
center, homemade cookies 319 Sunset
lane, off plantation to Seminole left on dirt
Rd. or 27 before Jehovah Witness Church.
4/4
3-Family Spring Fling Sale Saturday, 4/5
from 8 a.m, noon at 1820 Davis Walker
Rd. 1st house on right. Take Hwy 19S., 1ost
Rd on right past Fenholloway River.
4/4
2-Family Yard Sale Saturday April 5th .8
a.m. until, lots of boy clothes, toys,
household items, misc. something for
everyone, Come see at 415 West Leon
Street, between City Park and Dr. Morgans
office follow sign it will be first house on
left across the railroad tracks..
4/4
Saturday 8 a.m. 12 noon, old and new
picture frames, children's books, children's books, games,
puzzles, misc. household articles, odds
and ends, weather permitting. 316 N.
Peacock Ave..
4/4
2 family Yard Sale. Hunting bows, hedge
trimmer, 20 gal. aquarium, Harry Potter
books, MP3, Karaoke machine, toys and
more. Also a 1996 Ford Windstar Van
(Dean Road) Past Beach Rd on Hwy. 19S.
* look for signs 8a.m. -2 p.m. no early birds
Call 584-9407.
4/4
Yard Sale 2 raise funds for Mission Trip for
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church', Saturday
8 a.m. until, at Frith Abstract, US Hwy. 19
and Woodscreek.
'4/4
Yard Sale Saturday, 1318 Paul Poppell
Rd, 8 a.m. 1 p.m. No early sales. We
have lots to select from Dishes, linens,
clothes, home interior pictures and much
more Come Seel
4/4


Come

Join the

Fun!

BINGO



Early Bird 6 p.m.
Regular 7 p.m.

Shrine Club
(Hwy. 19 North) 584-2434
*Must be 18 yrs. or older


Estate Sale Saturday 8 a.m .- until, 113
McCall St.
4/4

5-Family Yard Sale Saturday at 8 a.m. 105
EL Primros Dr. Behind Dr. Sugars.
Furniture and household items.
4/4
3-Family Yard Sale 8 a.m. until, Saturday
1308 S. Robin St. Household items,
furniture, clothing and baby clothes.
4/4
Relay For Life Yard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. -
until at Dr. Schlick's parking lot.
4/4


Multi-Family Yard Sale 1959 Johnson
Stripling Rd. 8 a.m. until, lots of baby
items and misc..'
4/4
Yard Sale Saturday April 5,7 a.m. 1 p.m.
1000 Sth Orange St. Household items,
baby stuff, home decor items, paper back
books, table linens, guy stuff, clothing.
Rain or Shine!
4/4
3 family Yard Sale Saturday and Sunday
on Dewey McGuire Rd. (off of Beach Rd.)
clothing and household items.
4/4
Multi-Family Yard Sale Sat. 8 a.m. 2 p.m.
Stonegate Manor Apartments, 544 Puckett
Rd. 850-843-0245.
4/4
Huge Yard Sale to benefit Relay for Life at
the 1st Presbyterian Church. 310
Plantation Rd. Saturday April 5, 7 a.m. -
until.
4/41 PC
Yard Sale Sat 9 a.m. 2 p.m. 307
Glenridge. Baby items and clothing, formal
dresses, furniture and lots of great stuff.
4/4




There are No Free Goats Please DO NOT
call the number that was In Wednesday's
Paper!
White English Bulldog puppies for sale, 8
weeks old all .shots and wormed. Ready to
go on 26th. Call 843-1151
3/21-4/4 |
AKC Reg: Lab puppies only three left $250
Call 223-3393 e1av6 message.
4/4-4/9




Computer desk with Hutch "Sauder"-$50;
Child Craft Crib with mattress 2 stages
support (cherry)-$50; Zenith 13" color TV-
$25; pine rocker-$35; Hunter ceiling fan-
$25; Honda Nose mask full-$25; Pink
Bridesmaid Dress sizp 10 with matching
shoes $50; Chevel Mirror Cherry like new-
$15; sewing desk.teak ood-$35 Call 584-
9412
4/2-4/4
12ft John Boat & Trailer $450 O.B.0. 223-
1932 or 843-0352.
4/2-4/4
Sears Craftsman Lawn Tractor. 42" cutting
width. Includes rear mounted grass
catcher. $400. Call 584-8372.
4/2-4/4 ."
Washer for sale, good condition. $150 Call
584-8045.
4/4tfMC
100% LEATHER Living Rm Set, Lifetime
Warranty. NEW, still in crate. $850 OBO.
545-7112. Can Deliver
4/4GCN3
$150 queen pillowtop mattress set, unused
with warranty, 222-7783
4/4GCN3
$400 NEW NASA VISCO MEMORY
FOAM mattress set with warranty. Can
deliver- 222-9879
4/4GCN3
5 piece 100% MicroFiber Living Room set
$600, All New in boxes. Delivery
available, 222-7783.
4/4GCN3
BED-KING PILLOW TOP Orthopedic
Mattress Set. Brand new in plastic. Must
move. $400 545-7112
4/4GCN3
BEDRM: 4 pc. set still in boxes, $499, can
deliver. Brand newl 222-7783
'ALd.NL.


3 complete computers for sale. $60 to
$100, Call 584-2914-
4/4

CHERRY NEW QUEEN Louis Phillip
sleigh bed 7 pc bedroom set. $2400 value,
must sell $999'. 425-8374. Delivery
available
4/4GCN3
DINING ROOM Beautiful cherry table, 2
arm & 4 side chairs, lighted china cabinet,
Brand new in boxes, can deliver. Must
move, $799. 850-222-9879.
4/4GCN3
FULL mattress set. $125. TWIN mattress
set. $100 BOTH NEW. 850-545-7112
4/4GCN3
Queen Orthopedic Pillow top. NEW
mattress, set in sealed. plastic. Full
warranty. Sacrifice. $279. Can deliver.
850-222-7783.
4/4GCN3
JukeBox $1000 OB.O.; 2 six-drawer
dressers $75 a piece and Loveseat
sleeper sofa $150. Call 578-2228.
4/4-4/16


WANT TO BUY]




Years Wanted
1941 &before 1974 1994
1945 1976 1995
1946 1979 1996
1947 1981 1997
1948 1982 1998
1952 1983 1999
1961 1984 2000
1963 1985 2001
1964 1986 2002
1965 1987 2003
1966 1990 2004
1967 1991 2005
1968 1992 2006
1972 1993 2007
1973
Also want any annual
from Jerkins High School

Please call
Mark Southerland
850-584-6021


Remodeled 70s Single Wide Trailer, 2
BR/1 B, new central AC/heat, tile, windows,
doors, paint, dishwasher, kitchen cabinets,
toilet, shower, light fixtures, custom blinds,
etc. Can be seen at: 1613 1st Ave. NE,
Steinhatchee, (by boat ramp, Fisherman's
Cove on front porch). Asking $14,900. You
move. Serious inquiries only. 321-506-
3795
3/14-4/18
Like New SWMH for sale...$14,990...setup
and delivery included within 50
miles...financing available WAC. Call
838-9090.
4/41HP
For Sale 3 BR/2 Bath...DWMH on 1/2 acre
lot...financing available WAC...payments
as low as $549/month. Call 838-9090.
4/41HP
Affordable New Homes...2 BR starting at
$29,990 ...3 BR starting at $39,990 ...4 BR
starting at $49,990...5 BR starting at
$69,990. Call 838-9090.
4/41HP

New or Used Mobile Homes with No
money down for Land Owners. Call
Prestige Home Centers 1-800-477-2492.,
12/12PH

MAKE AN OFFERI -.Must Be Moved.
Double Wide Mobile Home. 3 Bed/ 2 Bath,
Fireplace, Dining room, Kitchen and Living
Room. Excellent condition. Make an offers
Call 584-6925.
3/26tfSW
$149 Bi-weekly will buy you a new 2 or 3
bd/2 bth mobile home Call Prestige Home
Centers. 1-800-477-2492.
12/12PH
VA loans available with no money down
Call Prestige Home Centers 1-800-477-
2492.
12/12PH
2 mobile homes for sale must be moved,
2 BR/1 Bth 12x60 $3,995 O.B.O,.
1 BR/1 Bth 12x50 $2,995 O.B.O. Ph. 838-
2755.
1/18tfDC /


WANT TO B.UY
< Old Fireplace Brick BECis
Gold (scrap)~ Diamonds~ -Old Comic Books
Coins (silver) & Paper Money ~ Taylor County Memorabilia

Used Furniture
Bedroom Dining Room Living Room Bedding


ROOM FOR RENT female preferred to
share nice home in nice neighborhood.
$350 per month all utilities included. Small
pet okay. Call 223-3927,
3/28-4/4
Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas. and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401
6/21tfnSGR

Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
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
Opportunity.
5/2tfnSV
Steinhatchee Place Resort Furnished 1
and 2 bedroom Condos for Rent. $650-
$750. Included in price Water, cable,
internet and hot tub in Steinhatchee. Call
1-352-498-7740.
1/30tfSPR

Westgate Motel Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly or $40 daily tax included.(RV sites
also available.) 1627 S. Byron Butler
Pkwy. 850-584-5235.
11/14tfLS

Rooms available at Skylark Motel,
everything included from Monthly $550
required $45 deposit, $165 weekly o $40
daily tax included. 317 N. Byron Butler
Pkwy. 850-584-7033.
11/14tfLS

WOODRIDGE APARTMENTSII
Immediate openings for 1 & 3 BR HC and
Non-HC accessible apartments HUD
vouchers considered. Equal Housing
Opportunity. Office hours are 8:00 5:00
Mon. -Thurs. Call 850-584-5668. 709 W.
Church St. Perry, FL 32348. TDD 711
tfWA
1 & 2 bedroom apartments available. Call
584-6666
12/5tfWO

Apt. For Rent, 2 room furnished apt.
satellite TV, all utilities paid, 1 or 2 adults,
no children, no pets. $140 er week + $140
deposit. Call 584-2876
4/4-4/18

3 bed/2 bth House small bedrooms $560
per month.
1 Mobile Home $500 per months. No pets
223-3227.
3/5tfLK

Furnished rooms for rent. Call 838-1524
PIN#77
3/26tfWB
Commercial Building for Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
7/12tfnSGR


Land for Sale by owner 4.6 acres on
Econfina River at Shady Grove. $44,500
Call 584-3777.
3/26-4/11
Owner Sale 112 McCall St. 3 bdr/1 bth,
kitchen, Dine, L.R., back deck. large
storage bid., fenced back yard, new roof,
$89,000., Call 223-1382 or 584-4618.
3/21-4/11
DEAL OF A LIFETIME Moved out of the
area and must sell. Newly constructed
home, all new appliances. 2 bed/1 bath on
1 plus completely cleared, partially fenced
acre. Paved drive, 1.5 miles from the Gulf.
$67,000 OBO. Call 352-224-5617.
3/21-4/11
MOTIVATED SELLER
MOVING OUT OF STATE
House 5 BD/2 B 602. Jefferson St.
House & Land 3 BD/2 B -113 Lewis Drive.
House 3 B/i B -602 W. Bacon St.
Will consider owner Financing with Large
Down Payment. 584-4678.
2/2 Waterfront home near Keaten Beach.
DRASTICALLY REDUCED from $210,000
to $160,000. Cute 2 Story Home on Sea.
Owner very motivated! Call Debby.Howard
at Sun & Stars Realty 223-1849 or 386-
590-0848
1/30tfSS
Land for sale, 221 North Between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
tfE F _
2 acres at Shady Grove, Store front plus
residential. $89,900 All Realty Services
850-973-9990.
2/1tfARS

Commercial building for sale 13,500 sq. ft.
Old Badcock Furniture building. Call 850-
584-5891 Pete Fortner.
3/5tf BC
3 bd/2 bth DWMH, Dinning, laundry,
central Heat/AC, Lrg Shady Yard, $600
month+ 1st, last and sec. deposit. 113 Crit
Jones Dr. 1-321-455-6458 and leave
message.
4/44/11


TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD
COMMISSIONER
EMPLOYMENT OPPOR
Call in Roll Off Site Attend
Steinhatchee area) $6.68 h
Temnorarva M l U uito T ru ,k


The Healthy Start Coalition of Jefferson,
Madison and Taylor Counties is seeking
an Executive Director. This position
reports to Board of Directors. Bachelor's
degree required (preferably in the area
social work, health or human service) and
must reside in Jefferson, Madison, or
Taylor County. Ideal candidate must
posses the ability to network with
community agencies and the private
sector to establish partnerships for
coordinating prenatal and infant health
services. Knowledge and experience in
strategic planning, evaluation of financial
and internal controls, motivation,
facilitation, and community development
is desirable. Salary commensurate with
experience. Submit Resume to: Healthy
Start, PO Box 568, Greenville, FL 32331
by April 22, 2008.
4/2-4/18HS
Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS (5627)
Do more than work; in a familyl.
LPN HomeCare
Non restricted FL License required;
experience in home health care preferred,
LPN direct long-term care staff
Non restricted FL License required;
Experience preferred.
CNA direct ong-term care staff
FL certified required; Experience preferred.
Benefits include health, dental, life,
disability, savings, AFLAC supplemental
policies, access to onsite daycare and
fitness facilities. EOE; Drug Free
Workplace, Criminal background checks
required. Apply in person at ACV
Personnel Department Mon thru Fri, 9:00
a.m. until 4 p.m. Carter Village Hall, 10680
Dowling Park Drive, Dowling Park, FL fax
resume to (386) 658-5160; or visit
www.ACVillaigenet TDD#1 -800-955-8771
3/26-4/4ACV

RN Supervisor Part-time for weekends
'LPN'- PRN All Shifts..
We are small, but are a part of a wonderful
company with caring individuals Who have
a desire to improve the lives of our
Residents and Staff. Call 850-973-4880.
Ask for Peggy Powers. D.O.N. Madison
Nursing Center.
1/30tfMNC
Sea Hag Marina in Steinhatchee is.
sp.tkinn to hire a self-motivated individual


with a passion for people Must poses
excellent phone skills, be willing to
submit to drug testing and agree to work
"Weekends. All interested applicants
Drive, Steinhatchee. Extra preference will
OF COUNTY be given to individuals with
R s clerical/accouoting experience.
ITUNITIES 3/28tfSHM


ant(Beaches &
ir.
(r nir arrr/,ni r


- $8.04 hr.
Job descriptions and applications can be
obtained from www.taylorcontvgov.com or
One Stop Mobile Unit located in the K-Mart
Parking Lot on Wednesdays 9 a.m. 6
p.m. or at 502 N. Center Street Perry, FL
on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 a.m. -
2 p.m. Positions are open until filled,
Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners is an EOE, VP, DT,
background check employer.
3/5tfBCC


Need more income? Have a life insurance
license or willing to get one? We train and
help. Top-rated company. 584-4455.
4/4-4/9
Seeking a person to care for my 2 children.
The 5 yr. old from 12 6 p.m. and 61r old
after school -6 p.m. And all day during the
summer. If interested call 223-1053.
4/4tfSW
North Florida Community College invites
applications for a FT faculty position
beginning August 2008 teaching lab-based
Biology, Environmental Biology, Botany
and Zoology, Candidates must posses
Master's degree in the subject area (PhD
preferred). See website for details at
www.nfcc.edu. EOE
4/4-4/23NFCC
WANTED Part time substance abuse -
counselor with proper qualifications to
work one day a week, in Perry. Please
email resume to roy@prxpds.com, fax it to
1-800-745-2124, or call Roy 352-745-2910.
4/4-4/30
RN/LPN Seeking full time RN and
PRN/Part-time LPN or RN. Flexibility is
required. Need excellent clinical,
organizational and time management
skills. Competitive wages and great
working environment. Contact Holly Reed,
Director of Nursing @ 386-294-3300 for
more information. Lafayette Health Care
Center, 512 W. Main St., Mayo, FL
4/4-4/16LHC
Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS (5627)
Discover the rewards of being your best
among the best!
Night Shifts currently Available LPN
direct long-term care staff
Non restricted FL License required;
Experience preferred.
Benefits include health, dental, life,
disability, savings, AFLAC supplemental
policies, access to onsite daycare and
fitness facilities. EOE: Drug Free
Workplace, Criminal background checks
required. Apply in person at ACV
Personnel Department Mon thru Fri, 9 a.m.
until 4 p.m., Carter Village. Hall, 10680
Dowling Park Drive, Dowling Park, FL; fax
resume to (386)658-5160; or visit
www.ACVillage.net.
4/4-4/16ACV
Floor Care Technician Must have
excellent attendance record and be able to
work independently. Buffing, operation of
floor machine, waxing and other duties as
assigned. Willing to train person with
excellent attendance and work record who
wants to learn. Must like working with'
elderly and handicapped persons. Contact
Bobby Roberts, Environmental Services
Supervisor. Lafayette Health Care Center,
512 W. Main St., Mayo, FL.
4/4-4/16LHC ,


Medical Assistant with phlebotomy
experience needed PRN for busy medical
office. Please send resume to: Taylor
Medical Center PO Box 109 Perry, FL
32348 EOE/DFWP/M-F
3/28NFMC


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


IRONWOOD HOMES OF PERRY

850-838-9090

.2BR $29,990!!


*3BR$39,9901!!!
.4BR $49,990!!!

.5BR $69,990 I!!!!



Absolutely NO HIDDEN COSTS

Prices above include delivery, set-up,

AC, skirting, and steps!!!

**Delivery included up to 50 miles from dealership*"




Are you an RN?

Are you interested in Short-Term Rehab?

Fil-Time & Part-Time
3 pr- 11 pm, 11 pm 7 am


CNAs
Full-Time & Part-Time
3 pm -11 pm, 11 pm 7 am


Call Sue Lov, RN, DON 850-584-6334



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We are in a major expansion mode. Part of
Citigroup. Accelerated Vice President
Training Program in 8-10 months. Average
Income is $102,000 a year. Get started on
s part-time basis. Its time to make a better
life for you and your family. Call Mr. Parker
@ 850-223-1266 (0028).
3/26-4/4

Help Wanted Badcock Home Furniture
and More is hiring for 2 positions.
Sales/warehouse person needed must be
able to handle all duties required with both
jobs. Must be 21 years old. Good license.
Setup and delivery person must be 21
years old. Good license record. No phone
calls Apply in person.
3/5tfBC
Event Coordihator-Bookkeeper
Steinhatchee Landing Resort,
Steinhatchee,. Florida seeks a
bookkeeper/special events coordinator.
Must have a likeable personality and work
well with others. Needs experience in
Quick Books, Word and Excel. Full time
position offered. Must work some
weekends. Two weeks paid vacation plus
holidays. Pleasant working environment.
Call (352)498,5678 for an appointment.
4/2-4/7


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1999 Ford Taurus; 121,000 miles in good
condition. Call 850-843-2877.
4/2-4/4
Moving Must Sell 1990 Chevy Suburban
Runs strong, needs some TLC, but is a
great daily driver. 350 V8, auto, power
everything also has 3rd row seat. $800
OBO willing to accept reasonable offer.
Call Jon 850-838-1711.
4/2
1994 Jeep, 4 cyl., auto, air; like new 100k
miles, 850-578-2503.
3/26-4/4
4 Door 1991 Pontiac Bonneville SE Good
'Condition, well taken care of. 52k original
miles $2,450.
1990 Ford F150 4-speed, low miles on
transmission $1,500. Call 672-0782.
3/14-4/9
1993 Ford Explorer runs good, reasonable
prices, auto trans, power st., power brakes,
call 584-3496 pm or 843-7230 anytime.
4/4-4/9
1993 Pontiac Grand Prix 190k miles,
looks rough but runs great. $1800. 578-
2134.
4/4-4/23




I, Aaron Walsh, will no longer be
responsible for any debts accrued by,
Bobbi Walsh, or any other debts other than
my own effective March 4, 2008.
4/4-4/9


1997 Coachman 29ft. Travel Trailer -
-Fullawing, C/H Air microwave, TV-built
in, stereo system, electric/gas sleeps
eight, full size bath, excellent condition,
For more information contact 850-838-
5198. $7,300 Or best offer.
3/21,3/28,4/4, 4/11
Travel Trailer 24' 75 Coachmen. Exc.
Cond. In and out. No leaks, sleeps 4, road
ready; fridge, micro., stove/oven, A/C &
Heat. New tires/rims, roof vents, elec. jack
& converter, packed wheel bearings in last
200 mi./2 year. $3500. Call 584-7003.
3/26tfDG
Winebago Motor Home for sale $1000 and
move. Call 229-305-0585 or 229-263-
5775(work)
3/26-4/4
John Deere 410 Back hoe, good condition,
$8,500. 850-578-2503,
3/26-4/4
Motor Home Class C 26 ft., Cruise Master
by Dodge, New
tire/Battery/TV/VCR/Microwave etc. Like
new from Bumper to bumper. $6500. Call
223-1057
3/28-4/4

Come oe..
come all!

PERRY ELKS


BINGO
Mondays 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
,.305 Puckett Roadz .


J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
tfJD
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
experience
3/7tfnCS
A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service,, harrowing, bush hog
mowing, rake work, dirt leveling and
complete lawn service. Call 584-6737.
3/9tfnAZ
Bush Hogging, Grading and Tree
Removal. Call Bill at 578-2379.
10/19tfA2Z


STRUCK DRIVERS

Would you like to earn

$1,000/week

and NOT

have to do overnight hauls?

If so, call us at

(850) 584-6666
Ext. 405

Must have a Class "A" CDL with Hazmat
and Tanker endorsement.
Insurance provided.


Registered Nurse wants to work. 30 years
experience. Call Beth Dees RN at 584-
8959.
2/29-5/23
Hi, Taylor County! Chad H: Dees Lawn
Care is licensed and insured Call for free
estimates. Chad H, Dees Lawn Care -
850-584-8959. Chad H. Dees, owner.
1/16-6/13

TREE REMOVAL/STUMP GRINDING
LAWN MAINTENANCE/UPKEEP
Tree Surgery Landscaping
52 Bucket Truck
FREE ESTIMATES
Licensed & Insured/All Work Guaranteed
Lowest Prices in the Area '
John Sesock, owner 850-584-2027
CELL 850-591-8301
3/11-4/4
Residential Swimming Pool Cleaning.
One time service or weekly rates
available. Matthew J. Lorentz 223-2164 or
321-624-1813.
3/5-4/3n
Need Cash?
Got Junk?
Got Junk Cars, Truck?
I buy Scrap MetalsHl
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
4/4tfRC


TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours
Tile Floors ~ -
Pet Odors -

584.CL AN
(584-2532)


Swann
Bail
Bonds

Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BA(L BONDS'
Where Everyday Is Springtimune"
107 N 584-757
Jefferson St. 84- -2757


Taylor Coastal Water and Sewer District
(the District) has four (4) openings on its
governing 'Board o(,..Corni,nslqner c,i
which meets on the fourth Tuesday of '
each month at 5:30. Potential
commissioners must be registered' voter
in Florida; own real property within the
boundaries of the District; and, be willing
to provide a financial disclosure
statement. This is a four-year term from
May 2008 to May 2012. Interested
parties should submit, In written form, a
letter indicating their desire to serve. This
letter must be received by the District


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B fPeriV News- Herald rni 4-5, 2008




Office located at 1882 .
Perry, FI 32348 no loti, ft ahn op,- INtHE, ,Ic.iy COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL Nancy Elizabeth Gunter Barneite,
Monday, April 21, 2008. Prospects w lI T.0"DCIRti :' -' Deceased
surrendered to the TCBCC s fRTAYLOR COUNTYiLpRIDA Notice to Creditors
appointment on May 5, .Furth. A N 15 .A ,,:.-. The administration of the estate of
information may be attained.by.clling N l "rA ' Nancy Eizabeth Gunter Bornette,
(8in50orm)tion my 578-3043. e ,, dceased, Case Number 07..1033-CP, Is
3/26 4/4 o '.2 ...: .' I.':,K'".::K,'. "'" pending Ir, the Circuit Court for Taylor
.* : ^ J iiJ ^ i 'ENA C~E 'AfUSTIN: if oll e, County Fidrida, Probate Division, the
Invitation To Bid. .. ...a .O'i s lr in^Q.-W^ "^ *wnspo ses, heirs, address of which is the Taylor County
The Taylor County Br rq f e,;credirs and all CouJthoe,'i 108 N. Jefferson St., Perry,
Commissioners nI soiC higbythrough, under Florida 32348. The names gnd
proposals fpr construction of theJ the. unknoWn spouses, addresses of the persona
CountyeSports ompex Phra s nd creditors representtiveareset forth 'below, All
Qualified firms or individuois'a esir6ig tbr i qe4,' sedPersonc,'and oil.other. creditors of the decedent and other
P provide the requiredpodcts '-u der or pef orshvng claims or demands
pro vid e^ h ae required: ot, hi .als. o fn jiu a ogainsth d;e ent e t e i l ving
services must submit five ()' Itae' aal a gais cedent's estate, including
in a sealed envelope-,-: fii'If dead- a'not ,lnmte.contingent or unliquidated
packaged0. tI .p.veoeseet, their several claims, on whom a copy of this notice is
Taayorw u ts p x n t op p Pses, heirs," served'must file their claims with this
to the Clerk ofou 1t ts and red ltrs, or Curt Within the later of three (3) months
C o ur th o u se 1 oe pr. tf 0 4 n1o lr in e b y th ro u g h o r a fterfth e d o te o f th e first p u b lic a tio n o f
Courthouse, 108 N tho J rs r iseni.t p sn r t icdate e s n o2
Suite 102, or P.O. Box 620. Perry, Floridn t n natural persons; this-nptice or thirty (30) days after the
32348 10, to arrive no later tha n4: th several and respective date of service of a Ocopy of this notice
2oc l to arrivenno tr t ,:. winnteest on th All other creditors of the
local time, on April ":,22, .SCs"In.s O sst or
'Proposais MUST hove tl-p rdis ohdqv t f-qther per ipr:; oiamtng decedent-.and other Persons having
nProposals MUST have ssia rs r olst any claims or demands against decedent's
nam e and m ailing address q" "tit eatn
shown on the outside ofthe i nrre estate.ncluding unmatured, conti ngent,
or package whe submitted and gil ClaiantS or"unlleUldoted claims, must file their
rwill package ,wh opened submanttedl .,o 119f ,:otSril or, corporate, pClaims with this court within 3 monthly
announced at 6:10 P.M, loc t pl status Iunkrnown ofter the date of the first publication of
soon thereafter aispracticol, Q a nn:g ny f"' the abthis notice. Alclaims not so filed will be
2Po8: in thereaf;e9 as p r o v, g ; ". forever barred. The date of the first
Center. 4225 Alton Wentwportth"..pqd 4,, tih ,,t1r11eIhve, ony right, title or publication of this notice Is March 28,
Shady Grove, Fl4io r [ordao237 ,r n eds described in 2008, Co-Personal Representatives:
Rh P Inf r mo ne, F M UST b.hda.,om23j,= itp, I~t Title C ha rle s G unter a nd C he ryle D aub
RFP information MUST beb 'e-atrDaub Cook.
the Clerk of Court, 1st,' i r.Cuc... .atricia C. F q P a.1
108 North Jefferson Stre et, "Suit E P 3 024. .
IT-' P e rry ,"Flo ld 3 2 3,4 8
Perry, Florida32347, (850) 838H;-3 L LoWRE CE AUSTIN e 'I 28 4/4r ,
$150,00 non-refundable foe.pQ
the Board of County Cor i es br e,l tors and
RFP Inorme tion may be review 4 throun of
at www.toylorcoun o0av.comn/ids.htmi, bvi2 't Pr2st,.,l4rTh;'*she aunknowne -
will, hr s, a dvsees;d .gantees and
Al Pre-Bid Conferencel towill, .h gN, r egantDs, and.ol
10:00 atm.on Friday, April, '1, e8''ne, Sy.d p ersons, arepndaset
the Administrative CompteS is"ai ^fou'i9, throun..h d unde
201 East Green StreetIPNer rd. 348ad.o no tnk.- OF THE-'CIRCUIT COURT FOR TAYLOR
8323478 .. t .eed not I. N "StRVIC o o -



soiwiorti at tay t The. ot sy ecFaOtdt r oN PSOBDVIS INo-
The County reserves thle r nh cte0 st,,or!alise h uvhisevera. COUTY,. ofLORIDA8ch PROBATE DIVISIONw
and absolute discretion,c tad snw.nO .sg.e nt' rb.L C h AS(NOl 0 60Etof3er C of t
all Proposals, to cancel or t .o ,, v ay throgh teot or inRLsENtte ofandts
solicitation at 0y time and o yithroueh naturpRe s DdcdasenL
irregularities in theFRFP pro*8s r L,$petive NOTICE TOCREDITORS



Countysresterves the rightto n i
contractC to the,hrespondeito .i o inO I tht TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
deems to fer the best erdeo c DEMANDSAGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
c o u ntt apon ; 1Nan y .on
award any c0ltract. n anty 1.orne "T T"p o., 'iavs6Odeceosed, File No. 08-
A d d ti on dl e Ci.c it c lol ; .I -th P w it h h C o u rt fo r T a y lo r
lowest quoted price. The ounty r s the CIrcuit t
sole.. and -absolute discretn, or rt nturalor corporate, County, Florida. Probate Division. the
reserves the right to waive any n r el ~ct legal status is unknown, address of which Is Post Office Drawer
defects in the process ndc alt n' fIn t'uinder- ny"of the .above 620.. Perry, FL 32348. The names and
the proposal deemed: .desc efenants r addresses of the ersonal
County's best interest. ThMdC S y. WlTnl tnE hove.On righttitlleo represent t t.ve and the personal
sole and absolute discretion' ai th ndsecb n representatives attorney are set forth
reserves the right to assign'alo ISO the r N Quiet Title below.,
business preference NOTIFIEDthat- ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED
i s e v fe cn.y o jnTe ae I: e tt, e diPESO cN ton other
a m o u n t o f fi v e I(6 ) i : e) p & Is uto4q f Q -. t j ,s b e e n tii ...T H A T .
proposal price Pun otj SINin rdi tof thedecedent and other.
0County orinance N~ 29Oc tsuG ..n .. snhving claims ordemands
faxed.Proposats c will09,, r-o or ..other .. nst.ga Decedet's estate on whom a
Additional Informationl coynf. attorney, o o 'thls notice Is served must file
from: infor ...tion ,:' " L :" M Jof SMITN & IMITH,:: their, claims with this Court WITHIN THE
Egnring.Divisio AT'EST 1.AW.:.EL P.A.,P.O. Prawer LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
201 East G green Stre et .-" ,, ,' u- ~~ :F lorid a.. 323 48.4B "and file, th e ,, O F TH E FIRST PUBLIC A TIO N O F TH IS
Perry, FL 32347 .n o pleading In the office NOTICE dR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE
(850) 838-3500 ofthe Clerk of thedboVe-nqmed Court OF SERVICE OF A Copy OF THIS NOTICE














(85n)n Coorlngtor f PR'Ote Drisph Cose (850) 223-1990
By Order Of (The oarQ_-.Qt,4' ..y 2. ofAPRIL:,. ON THEM (Sections 733.702 and 733.710
Commissioners,To .- -he Frida: Statutes).
C3om2mi. 4/ios To '" -, ment by o:All other creditors of the decedent and
3.28.4/4.:4/11w', - .be takis vithe pejs"Sf. having claims or demands
Ntc 't.the.estate of the decedent
.i i must.file .their claims with this Court
Taylor County2 Middle08-04:- SC. N Tf ,E, ln 08n-, d' 5 'hi WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
TyoConyMdlS ng 9 Ai28 ;OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
The District SchooI- B 0d .. .. ALL qL.I.ANDeDEMANDS NOT SO FILED
County id presentlvydq" g;t, t l r9; ,,:. ....."1" WILL ABQFQS.A DER BARRED.
, the renovation of the'e60eripr*61es i6 Thi date...EVER fArRE.u
School. Bids are due no lator .fl St:MP,,rnv .. ..Psn Goti ce:
10.Person Giving Notice:
B id s p is e i' rl" W6tT o iR, o n s t a T R ic h ord.A ..D a v is
terms and conditions rtiy beolt-n,- ,, -Personal Representative
at the Superintendents maiy ,et-38 Tt..' .. .593 Charles-Hendry Road
C lark Street, Perry. FIorIdq ,A 2 ..&7. A ,IR ; ":, ...P A Kerry, l a3 FIR
Bid conference Is top THEPRKEoRyLSWPa Rker M
Tuesday A p ril 1, 2008 aof. a y qG re\ g.Fl ori S.ParBat kN er''-
Middle School 601 East L f ye. ", ...Y 0.-. Dra BOo 4 5
FOresonfurther Coolnftonrmal MfF t,' DtnVour inanl for Taylor. Perry, Florida 32348,
838-2500.:".F". .P r b te DivlsiOhl Case (850)"223-1990
3 ' .-1X P In .Re.- he.Estate of : 4/4,4/11/.i 1








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