<%BANNER%>
Perry news-herald
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028293/00174
 Material Information
Title: Perry news-herald
Portion of title: Perry news herald
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Perry, Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 2008
Publication Date: 1958-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Perry (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Taylor County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Taylor -- Perry
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 29, no. 32 (Oct. 9, 1958)-
General Note: William E. Griffin, editor.
 Record Information
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 10545720
lccn - sn 84007801
issn - 0747-0967
System ID: UF00028293:00174
 Related Items
Related Items: Taco times
Preceded by: Taylor County news
Preceded by: Perry herald (Perry, Fla. : 1925)

Full Text













*4i


Perty


SNe s-Herald

Serving '- ' - C . ' " .


May 2-3, 2008


OTE

Register to vote Saturday
A voter registration drive will be held
at Jerkins Community Center
Saturday, May 3, from 9 a.m. until
noon.
Also on Saturday, the NAACP will
hold a membership drive at the center
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Refreshments
will be served. Annual membership
dues are $30.

PWC hosts Author Tea
Sunday
The Perry Woman's Club will honor
Susan H. Lincoln with an Author Tea
on Sunday, May 4, 2-4 p.m. at the Club
House, 502 N. Jefferson St.
Lincoln will be available to sell
,and/or autograph copies of her new
book, "When Mimosas Bloom."
The public is cordially invited to
attend.

School board to hold
closed sessions
The District School Board of Taylor
,County will hold closed hearing
sessions Monday, May 5, and Tuesday,
May 6, beginning at 4 p.m. at the Alton
H.-. Weritworih Administrative Complex,
318 North Clark Street. The sessions.
are closed to the public.

National Honor Society
inducts new members
Tuesday
The National Honor Society is set to
induct its new members during a
ceremony Tuesday, May 6, at 6 p.m. in
the school's gymnatorium. "Teacher of
the Year" Anne Joiner will be the guest
speaker.

Own a piece of (band)
history
Beginning with the fall 2008 football
season, the Taylor County High School
"Pride of Taylor" Bulldog Band will
debut a new image with brand new
uniforms.
But don't worry, the current uniforms
will be put to good use...the complete
uniforms--from the plume to the
pants--are available for purchase.
The jackets will also be available
refashioned as keepsake pillows.
For more information, contact Band
Dire':l':'r Brett Wilson at the high
'school (838-2525).

SAC meets Wednesday
Perry Primary will have its next
School Advisory Council meeting
Wednesday, May 7, at 3 p.m.
The meeting will be held at the
el6reriiaiv school library.

Tickets on sale for
baseball banquet
Tickets for the Taylor County High
School baseball awards banquet are
available at Debbie's Jewels, located
in downtown Perry.
The banquet is planned for Tuesday,
May 13. Seating is, limited to 100
guests (in addition to coaches and
players).

Annual general conference
planned Saturday
:,The annua! general conference for
Pisgah Cemetery will be held
Saturday, May 3, at Mt. Carmel Baptist
Church. All assigned lot holders are
invited to attend. The meeting will start
at 9 a.m.

Name change announced
The Taylor Republican Women's
Network has changed its name to "Big
Bend Republican Women's Network."
The group meets the second
Monday of each moth at 5:30 p.m., at
502 W. Green Street.


Shanghai Quartet p. B-2


As district tries to overcome $1 million deficit



Drastic changes for students?


Taylor County students may face
higher meal prices, longer walks to
their bus stops and reduced athletic
programs when they *return to
school next year as the" district
prepares for more cuts in state
funding while trying to recover
from a $1 million deficit.
Taylor .County School Board
members met Tuesday evening for
their second financial workshop in
recent weeks to discuss options
and "brainstorm" additional
avenues through the uncertainty
both here and in Tallahassee.
Superintendent of Schools Oscar
M. Howard Jr. and Finance
Director Vickie McManus opened
the workshop by outlining a
number of proposals, some they
expect to bring to the board for
consideration at its regular meeting
next week.
One recommendation Howard
said he would make next week will
be to increase meal prices for
students, and adults starting next
school year, which could increase
revenues by $125,000 to $150,000.
Howard added he was working
with the transportation department


to revamp bus routes for the 2008-
09 year; which could allow the
district to eliminate six to eight
buses. This would include a policy
to have bus stops no closer than
two-tenths of a mile from each
other (excluding Head Start buses).
McManus said they would also
look at supplements, but some
would involve union negotiations.
Local groups using school
facilities for their functions may
find themselves asked to pay a
higher fee (upfront) should another
of Howard's proposals be approved
by board members.
"We can no longer afford to have
a free facility," he said.
Other proposals include:
* Running on a four-day week
during the summer.
** Reducing the number 6f
athletic games teams play and the
amount of summer training, as
well as limiting travel to 75 miles.
* Applying for a waiver from the
local contribution requirement in
the Head Start grant.
Despite ,all of the planned cost
savings measures, Howard
reiterated his statements from


Shooting death



probe on-going

No further' details have been released regarding the Monday night
shooting that left a 17-year-old Perry teen dead.
Investigation into the shooting is being handled by the Perry Police
Department; on Thursday, Capt. Jamie Cruse said that further information
would only be released once the investigation was complete.
The victim, Deonta King, was found in the rear parking lot of 98 Bar
around 11:19 p.m. Monday. He died while being flown to Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital for treatment of multiple gunshot wounds. (Complete
obituary on page A-7.)
Michael Upshaw Jr., 21, is being held in connection with shooting. He
was booked at the Taylor County Jail Tuesday on charges of first degree
homicide and carrying a concealed weapon. He is being held without
bond.

2007 Candidate Fees

Office Salary Fee


Cowir( Comm.
Sheril
Clerk ol'Court
T1ax Collector
Property Appraiser
Supl. of Schools
Sup. orf Elections
School Board
Cii Council


$28,000
$102.333
$93.747
$93.747
$93.747
$93,747
$76.975
$24.813
$6.315


$ 1,680.(.0
$6.139.98
$5,624.82
$5.624.82
$5.624.82
$5,624.82
$4.618.50
$992.52
$252.60


County considers


,building fee hike

As the county prepares for reduced revenues in the upcoming year,
those wishing to build,. remodel or develop may be the first to feel the
pinch.
Commissioners are expected to vote Monday on new fee scales for
building permits and planning fees which could bring an additional
$20,000 into county coffers.
. According to Planning Director Danny Griner, the new fee scales are
part of re-organization efforts in the planning and building departments.
Currently, staff in those areas are paid out of several department
budgets. The goal is to help the building department "pay for itself,"
Griner said. The new fees will also help the planning department, which is
paid through the county's general fund, and is expected to be hardest hit
by revenue shortfalls.
While the changes are expected to have a $20,000 financial impact,
Griner cautioned that the figure was based on a "standard year."
"Currently, we're in a depressed permitting period," he said.
The commission will consider two resolutions during a public hearing
set for 6:10 p.m. during its regular meeting.
"Although the adoption of a resolution need not be approved in a public
,* Please see page 3


Index
! Looking Back ......... A-2
Perry News-Herald Living............ A-4
Two sections 119th Year, No. 18 Sports ...............A-6
wvw.perrynewspiapers.com Religion-.... .......... . A-7


previous meetings that "there will
be reductions in staffing."
"Little things add up and soon
you have a teacher's salary. I want
to look under every rock and
behind every bush for savings," he
said.
Currently, the district has 13
open positions in the district.
When asked, Howard said one or
two would have to be filled.
"It's just .a process of changing
the way we're doing business to be
more. like a business and more
economical so we can provide the


services to our students," Howard
said.
School Board Member Danny
Lundy asked if Howard had
considered converting to a four-
day school week for the rest of the
year. .
Howard said he had not, and
Lundy requested he research if
other districts had found success
with this approach.
Although no districts in Florida
are using that model, some small
school district across the country
have used the system for decades.


Howard did say he plans to
return to the City of Perry to again
request that the council resume
paying for crossing guards around
the schools.
"It's the city's responsibility," he
said.
The district will also be
contracting .with a collections
agency in an -attempt to recover
outstanding meal bills from
students' parents, Howard said.
"These parents need to step up to
".* Please see page 3


Fishing tourney sponsor
Fred Morgan (right) of Big Bend Marine presents Perry Optimist Troy Thompson with a
$10,000 check representing the local marine dealership's major sponsorship of this
Saturday's 17th Annual Optimist Club Saltwater Fishing Tournament. For more on the
tourney, see today's sports page.



Brannan, McLeod file notice as


candidates for supt. of schools


Two more candidates have
joined the race for the office of
superintendent of schools.
Former. Taylor County School
District administrator Jim Ed
Brannan (D) registered as a
candidate with the elections
office Wednesday; also filing
notice was Dr. Horace F. McLeod
(D).
The third candidate running for


the office is Jimmy Mincy Jr. (R).
Current Superintendent of
Schools Oscar Howard Jr.
announced this week that he has no
plans ,to seek re-election "at this
time."
The deadline to qualify for the
upcoming ballot by the
alternative/petition method is
noon, May 19.
Final qualifying will be held the


week of June 16-20 (noon to
noon). During that time, anyone
who has not qualified by the
petition method may do so by
paying a candidate fee. (See
related chart.)
Candidate profiles and financial
reports can be accessed on-line at
www.taylorelections.com.
For more information, contact
the elections office at 838-3515.


PonDell to run for sheriff


Paul Poppell


Community ..
Entertainment
TV listings ...


. . . . . . . . .B -1
.........B-2
.........B-3


Classifieds ........... B-4


Paul Poppell is the latest
candidate, to step forward and
announce a bid for sheriff.
"I am Paul Poppell, and on
Thursday, April 24, I tiled the
paperwork to officially become a
candidate for the office of sheriff
of Taylor County. My family and
I have been residents of Taylor
County for generations. All who
know me know that I believe in
straight talk and I don't beat
around the bush. We have
problems in our county and they
are getting worse, not better; and
now is the time to do something
about them," he said.
"A few years ago, who would
believe drugs and prostitution
would be so common in our
county? Now, when you and
your family drive through town


you see our daughters flagging
down drivers on Hwy. 19 in
order to sell their bodies as
prostitutes. They are out there to
pay for their drug habit. On
many streets and roads in our
county our children cannot buy a
Popsicle, but they can easily
approach someone, or go to a
house where they can buy all the
cocaine, marijuana or other
drugs they might desire. The
majority of the. crime in our
county is linked to the drug
trade. Most families have been
affected by drug use in recent
years. Our families, our friends,
our neighborhoods and our
schools have all suffered. Your
increasing taxes and the cost of
"* Please see page 3


!J .


Friday
85�/56�


Saturday
840 / 580
20%


Sunday
82� / 58�


I














Back


Back in the day...
This black and white postcard gives us a rare view of Perry when the streets were unpaved dirt roads and the main form of
transportation was still a horse and wagon. Our question of the day is...can you tell us exactly where in downtown Perry this
photo was taken? Give us a call at 584-5513 or e-mail newsdesk@perrynewspapers.com.
(Photo from the Mark Southerland Collection)


Hendrys


gather in


Shady Grove
I


On Sunday, May 4, friends and dinner on the grounds.
family will celebrate what is All friends and family, as well
thought to be the 141st Hendry anyone who, contributed to the
Family Reunion. ' restoration of the old church, are
Morning services begin at 11 invited to attend.
a.m. in the Robert M. Hendry Descendants of Robert M. and
Memorial Methodist Church in Martha Ann Carlton Hendry host
Sludj Grote. followedd by_ a- e- . the reunion every first Sunday in
dedicatd'h' of (he oTd"church ''nd j' -laj).


THE TACO TIMES
May 10, 1973

ELECTIONS DOMINATED
HEADLINES IN 1973 TOO
NAACP President Smith
Belcher told the Taco Times, "that
at least one black will be in this
year's election." Belcher refused
to identify the potential candidate
but. indicated that he would be
running for a city council seat.
Mrs. Thomas Cook, a local
homemaker, confirmed that she
was also considering a campaign


The family settled in the Shady
Grove area in 1852; Hendry was
an ordained an elder in the
Methodist Episcopal Church in
1867.
. The couple had 12 children and
each year, on a rotating basis, the
descendants of one of the 12 serve
as host for the reunion.


Hendry


Family


Reunion


eSunday, May 4

11 a.m. at Robert M.
Hendry Memorial
*Methodist Church
in eShady Grove


Chance at the p st


" for a city council seat. "These men
have had control of Perry for too
long and we need to get the
woman's viewpoint represented on
the council."
Three incumbents were planning
to run again: Henry Fulmer Sr.,
SBrince Hendry and Joe Nola.
Another "rumored candidate"
was J. Tom Moore but, when
questioned, he denied any interest
in a city office.
Mayor. T. Conrad Williams
declared that he was "undecided"
on whether he would run for re-
election.


r Perry May 2-3, 2008

SH News-Herald


P.O. Box 888
Perry, Florida


DONALD D. LINCOLN
Piihlishcr

DEBBIE CARLTON
B inii1" s M nIige_

\\GEL.A \. CASTELLiCCI
'St t \ i\ t. , *\\dvirtl iing iales

MARK VIOLA
'-tjtt \\ritr


123 S. Jefferson Street
(850) 584-5513

SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Miiiaging Editor

CAROLNN DuBOSE
\di'erhsing Director

LIBBN DENMARK
Graphic Arts

SARAH VEIRICK
Cla'sifhed Ad. ertiing


The Perr'y flJew -Herald ISSN 07470967) is published each Friday by Perry News-
papers In: 123 S Jeferscn Street Perry Florida 32347 Subscriptions are $35 00
prr vlear cr 4 (10 oul Ot county Penodicals postage paid at Perry Florida 32348
V,;STMASTER Send address changes to the Perry News.Herald. PO Box 888
PF.e ,' FL 3?34,
The Perry lJewjsHerald welcomes Letlers to the Editor reflecting responsible opiniorns
.3ar ..ie.;s on the news Please submit letters by Monday at 5 p m The Taco Times
reserve: fhle right to Ireluse publication of letters which are libelous or irresponsible
rJ ,- t mly bpe Wilhheld it :cii:um.Sances ,o requirequre, but all letters subrniiJed should
rte -:iqreji by the writer anid .a,.'c:omrpanied by a phone number tor verification
,'.lel,:,c loiw .rd to rheaninq trom you' Our address is Perry, Newspapers Inc, P 3
pB:,, i..88 Perry Florida 3224.3 e-mail newsdesF'@perrynewspapers corn
Member Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.


OH MY ACHING FEET...
Fiye girls were pictured on front
'page, having completed the 20-
mile March of Dimes Walk-a-
Thon. They included: Ginger
Andrews, Holley Walker, Susan
Titus, Kathy Mills and Debbie'
Carter.

GROUNDBREAKING
SCHEDULED JULY 1
Perry's second shopping center
was one step closer to reality, with
groundbreaking set for July 1. The
center would be anchored by T, G
& Y Variety Store, Firestone Tires,
Scotties Drugs and an A & P
Grocery Store.

FIRST DRY DOCK
UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Construction was underway on
Taylor County's first large, dry
dock boat storage building at Pace
Fish Camp in Steinhatchee. The
facility hoped to accommodate 100
boats of all sizes.

WEDDING BELLS
RINGING AGAIN
Miss Deborrah Sharlene Howell
and Walter Lavern Levingston
exchanged wedding vows on April
21 in Spring Warrior Church of
Christ.
Miss Treva Cannon's
engagement to John Chastain was
announced by her father, Ira. A
June wedding was planned.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon P. Brown
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Rebecca Diane, to James
Eugene Scott, the son of Mr, and
Mrs. Morris J. Scott. A July 15
ceremony was planned at St. John's
Freewill Baptist Church.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Overchuck
of Tallahassee told of their.
daughter's engagement to Marvin
Lovern of Perry. A June 30
wedding was planned at St.
Thomas Moore Catholic Church.
Mr. and Mrs. T.D. Lundy


announced the approaching
marriage of their daughter, Teresa,
to Jim Pridgeon, on June 7.

WHAT'S SHOWING?
"The Poseidon Adventure,"
described as "Hell upside down,"
was showing for seven big days at
the Temple Theatre, starring Gene
Hackman, Ernest Borgnine, Red
Buttons and Shelley Winters.
: The Friday and Saturday double
feature was "Adios Sabata" with
Yul Brynner, and "Goldfinger"
featuring Sean Connery as James
Bond.

JAYCEE RADIO
DAY HELD
The Perry Jaycees conducted
their annual Radio Day on WGKR.
Amateur disc jockeys included
Roger Batchelor, Al Smith, Dicky
Smith and Jimmy LaValle.

TIME TO VOTE!
Taylor County High School
students were introduced to voting
machines when selecting officers
for the student body. Shown in the
midst of this democratic process
were Lee Shiver, Matt Ogilvie and
Jim Tedder.

FAMU PRESIDENT
SPEAKS HERE
Dr. Benjamin Perry, president of
Florida A & M University, was
guest speaker at an alumni banquet
here. During the banquet, a four-
year scholarship was presented to
George Clayton, a senior at Taylor
County High School.

SPRING PRACTICE
UNDERWAY AT TCHS
Football equipment was issued
by Coach Jerry Hale to some 50
students--the largest number ever
to try out for the team, Hale said.
Seven members of last year's team
were returning to the 1973-74
squad.


Looking


100 years separate the span of teaching experience
of these two fine Taylor County teachers: ; s'
N. Jane Hendry 1865--Mary Carter 1965
Mary Carter ' o
1908-1975 .. .
Mrs. Mary Griffin Carter was married to Hoke Smith Carter and .i
they were the parents of: Georgieann (Capell), Carol (Boulware) and:.;.
Martha (Grant).
For 17 years, Mrs. Mary Carter was a- -.t
S- teacher in the Perry schools. There her.:.
personality attracted teachers and pupils..
Her record was outstanding. For 26 years,,. ,,
she was a member of First United;
* , ". - Methodist Church of Perry. It was in this, .
category that she probably made her most .
indelible imprint, serving as Sunday
School teacher, member of the Official
Board and as an active worker in the s
United Methodist Women.
. In addition to her church activities anj ].
honors, she was chosen as "the first Lady
of the Year" by the Mu Omega Chapter of.:1.
Beta Sigma Phi. Also, she never wavered..,.
Mary Carter in her support of,the FSU football team.rr"J.'
During her terminal illness, the team sent representative to her room:;:.': 2a:
in the hospital and presented her a football containing the autographs'
of the members of the squad. In departing, she indeed left "footprints
in the sands of time." ,
W.C. Stephens
1905-1975 .
Carey Stephens was a member of the Thos. L. Carlton family and a ..,
native of Taylor County. He married Miss Inez Leggett, a member of.. ,,
another outstanding early TaylQr County family of the Waylonzo area...: ,
Their children were: Lamar, Fred, Rufus;
Geneva (Hirsch), Genevieve (Mangum).
William and Gilbert.
He was a successful farmer of the Pine :
Level vicinity where he spent his entire
career. He was a also a carpenter and
engaged in construction work at various
times. In his later years, he was a school
bus driver for many terms. His youngsters
made good records in the Perry schools.
He maintained membership in St. Johns '
Baptist Church and his friendly and
unobtrusive approach to all problems
assured him a warm spot in the memory W.C. St h
of those with whom he was associated. W.C. Stephens


Lee &
188;
Lee Ellison was a native
Lucy McCall. (She was one
Mrs. Warren McCall.) The
Ernest, Luther, Rallih. J.
(Sinclair) and MaeDell (Loi
- p




.' | '
< B J


Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ellis'


Lucy McCall Ellison
3-1967, 1885-1971
2 of Taylor County and he married Miss
e of the twins: Lula and Lucy of Mr. and
ey were the parents of Alfred, Clayton,
C., Larry, Becky (Matthews), Paralee
ng).
For many years, he was a
farmer in the Hall Creek area
of the county. Mrs. McCall's- /
family lived in the Salem area
where she attended school
(A-,, during her school days. Their
children attended school at: -
Carbur. After Brooks-Scanlori
ceased their operation of:"'
Carbur, the family moved to : g
farm near Trenton'. Th=ijE .
pictures here were made at q
church meeting at a Baptis:
Church of which they wers-.Itj
on members. ,


A-2 Perry News-Herald May 2-3, 2008

4



ZiPep vWere Iterv

Editor's Note: The fourth volume of the Taylor County Historical Soci^l
series "They Were Here" features the "good and noble pioneers...whose virtu
they stood for and promoted have continued to be an influence in the lives|.-
those who have been recipients of their accomplishments."
Samuel J. Poppell A
1898-1922
Samuel Jackson Poppell was the son ot :i:
. Barton Pope and Julia Tuten Poppell. He
was born in the Flat Creek community,''"
east of Boyd three miles.
He received his elementary school :') id
S education in the Flat Creek School and' . 0
then attended school in Perry where he6. K'"
took a teacher-training course under the- c '-
tutelage of W.T. Cash. He taught one or: 't
more rural schools. Like his father and,:' is
older brothers, he became a member of
Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church and front.
elementary school days until his untimely
death, he held aloft the good qualities he,..,
Samuel J. Poppell so much admired in his forebears. -. L^

N. Jane Hendry Wentworth ':"
1845-1882 -
Nancy Jane Hendry was the fourth child of Robert M. and Martha'
Carlton Hendry. She was born about midway between Pavo and"'
Quitman, Ga., and was seven years of age when her family moved to'
Shady Grove, Fla. She was a school teacher and she married another '
school teacher, James H. Wentworth, in 1865, soon after he had been"'
released from Federal POW camp were he had been since the Battle
of Gettysburg, where he had'been wounded -nd c pturicd The, ere : -
the parents of: Paul, Reggie, 'Hamilton,
Lydia, Thomas, Adrian and Roscoe, and
three who died young.
Much of their life was spent at Shady '
Grove, where they had a home on the very
spot now occupied by the Steen family. -
Land records show that particularly all
lands owned by them are listed in her name.
That includes Perry property as well as
farm lands.
She and three of her youngest children
died within a period of 30 days in 1882 of ';
-what was diagnosed as "dysentery." James .'''
H. Wentworth moved-the rest of the family
to Pensacola soon after this occurred. Three .
of the oldest sons soon found their way ':. '. ' . '" . "
back to Taylor County and remained in this N. Jane Hendry Wentwortl4 1.
area. .,


~I


---i


- -


.1,































Award winner
Taylor County Historical Society President Wanda Cash has
bden named the recipient of the first Dr. W.H. Peacock and
DE. Wilson T. Hendry Award. She was honored for her
"dedication to the historical society and its efforts to
preserve our local history." Willie Joe Sadler, chairman of
tho award selection committee, is shown presenting Cash the
award.

Today is final deadline for

senior energy saver program
Today is the last day for city residents to register for the Senior Energy
Saver program offered through Progress Energy.
Progress Energy will be making free energy-efficiency improvements to
the homes of qualified senior citizens. Registration forms are available at
the Taylor Senior Center or Perry City Hall.
You must be a Perry city resident, age 65 or older, and meet certain
income criteria to qualify.


A-3 Perry News-Herald May 2-3, 2008



Slight drop. in unemployment reported


Taylor County's unemployment
rate fell slightly for the second
straight month in March, dropping
to 4.8 and falling below the state
average.
The county's unemployment
numbers fell 0.1 percent in March,
after dropping 0.4 percent in
February from a recent high of 5.3
percent in January, according to
numbers released recently by the
Florida Agency for Workforce
Innovation (AWI).
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 8,711 people, with
8,292 of those listed as employed
and 419 as unemployed, according
to AWI.
For the month, Taylor had the
32nd highest unemployment rate
out of Florida's 67 counties: In
February, Taylor was ranked 21st.
Florida's seasonally adjusted
unemployment rate for March was
4.9 percent. The rate represents
452,000 jobless out of a labor force
of 9,215,000 and was a 0.3
percentage point rise over the
month and 1.2 percentage points
rise over the year.
Florida's March unemployment
rate is the highest since February


School board will meet Tuesday


STUDENTS
Continued from page 1
the .plate and pay for their
children's meals," he said.
During discussions, several food


service employees said that some
bills were in the hundreds of
dollars.
Howard estimated ,delinquent
bills cost the district between
$20,000 and $30,000 a year.


The school board's next regular
meeting will be held Tuesday, May
5, beginning at 7 p.m. at the
Administrative Complex.
The meeting is open to the
public.


Fees may increase $100-$700


BUILDING FEE
Continued from page 1
hearing setting, it is the opinion of
the, building official that for an
increase in fees that will impact the
public financially, it would be
proper to provide adequate public
notice and a hearing where their
concerns may be voiced," Griner
said in a memorandum to
commissioners.
Should the commission approve
the new fees, they will be effective
July 1.
Among the proposed changes
for building permit fees, are:
* Building (heated area), a $0.01
per: square foot increase from
$0.24 to $0.25;


'Take

POPPELL
Continued from page 1
insurance bear witness
problem," he, continued.
"I'm running for sheri
back our community.
waste any more time or0
figliting drugs, prostiti
other crimes. Every
people, real families are
our'midst. They are dea
the aftermath, and it is on
worse.
"Don't believe the thin
on . :television in
conimtinities have not m
way to Taylor County,


* Building (unheated area), a
$0.02 per square foot increase
from $0.18 to $0.20;
* Mobile homes (single-wide), a
$100 increase from $300 to $400;
* Mobile homes (double-wide), a
$100 increase from $400 to $500;
* Remodel, a $0.04 per square
foot increase from $0.21 to $0.25;
* Pools, a $100 increase;
* Electrical, plumbing and
mechanical, a $20 increase for
each. from $80 to $100;
* Pre-inspection, a $10 increase,
from $40 to $50.
The proposed planning fee
changes include:
* Variance, a $200 increase from
$300 to $500;.
* Major residential development,


a $700 increase from $300 to
$1000;
* Minor residential development,
a $200 increase from $300 to $500.
* High intensity commercial,
small scale industrial,
neighborhood commercial,
institutional, general commercial,
public service, outdoor
recreational and professional
service, a $200 increase for all,
from $300 to $500;
* Industrial and R.V. Park, a
$700 increase each from $300 to
$1,000.
Also in planning, a proposed
$10 administrative fee would
be charged for compliance
statements, such as those required
for septic tanks.


back our community'

they are already here. We not only . less in drug arrests than they are
have the drugs and prostitution, we making," Poppell said.
now have gangs and organized "I have served you as a volunteer
s to the narcotic traffickers right here reserve officer and as a full-time
among us. Our children die on our officer for decades. I have owned
iff to take streets because of alcohol abuse, and managed businesses all my
We can't Yet federal and state funds that life. I have the education and
money in could save our local tax dollars, background to find and implement
ution and your dollars, are often not sought. the solutions, to these and other
day, real We cannot afford not to seek problems we face. You know me, I
hurting in federal and state dollars. Taylor will not back down. When you
aling with County residents pay 30 percent come to me with a problem, you
ily getting more per person for our sheriffs will get a straight answer. I know
office than surrounding counties how to tackle these problems and
gs we see and yet, according to the Florida win, and I will not stop. 1 am Paul
larger Department of Law Enforcement's Poppell--I'm running . for Taylor
nade their uniform crime report for the last County sheriff. Together we can
because several years, we get 80 percent take back our community."


'Fresh Seajood& Steaks
Sii'cc 1OuC


Then come and enjoy
"The Best Salad Bar Around"
. , .. Fresh Seafood, Steak & More
... . - .. .


2004, which was also 4.9 percent.
The state's unemployment rate
remains below the national
unemployment rate of 5.1 percent.
Florida's nonagricultural
employment growth rate for March
2008 is -0.7 percent, which
represents a loss of 56,600 jobs
over the year to reach a total
employment level of 8,014,500.
The national job growth rate for'
March is 0.4 percent over the year.
Florida March job growth rate of
-0.7 percent continues the trend of
negative over-the-year growth that
began in September, primarily due
to declines in construction,
according to AWI.
The construction industry,
reacting to declines in the housing
market, lost 82,100 jobs over the
year (or 13.1 percent).
In addition, construction losses
accounted for 59 percent of job
losses in the state.
Manufacturing lost 21,900 jobs,
professional and business services
lost 18,000 jobs, financial
activities lost . 8,900 jobs, trade,


transportation and utilities lost
5,400 jobs and information lost
1,700 jobs, -1.0 percent over the
same period.
These declines are mainly due to
weakness in fabricated metal
product manufacturing,
employment services, real estate,
rental and � leasing, building
material and garden supply stores,
and publishing, AWI officials said.
Education and health services
(+35,100 jobs) and total
government (+24,400 jobs)
account for the majority of job
gains among those itidustries with
positive annual growth.
Leisure and hospitality ranks
third among Florida's major
industries in job growth,
expanding by 17,500 jobs over the
year..
"In these economic times, we
continue to work -diligently to
increase awareness of programs
that help Florida's businesses and
workforce," said AWI Director
Monesia T. Brown
"Workforce Florida-led


initiatives, as well as services and
resources available through
Florida's 24 regional workforce
boards and nearly 100 One-Stop
Career Centers, support
employment and training
opportunities in high-skill, high-
wage and high demand sectors.
These programs are accessible on-
line at www.EmployFlorida.com."
In March, Alachua and Liberty
counties had the state's lowest
unemployment rates (3.1 percent
each), followed by Leon, Monroe
and Walton counties (3.3 percent
each).
Flagler County, at 7.8 percent,
had the highest unemployment
rate, followed by Hernando (7.0
percent); Charlotte and Hendry
counties (6.9 percent each); St.
Lucie County (6.6 percent); and
Lee County (6.5 percent).


Delayed hearing on Vision

2060 tries again Monday

The Taylor County Commission will once again attempt to transmit the
Vision 2060 Plan to state officials for review to be included in the county's .
comprehensive plan.
Commissioners were set to hold a public hearing to do just that in March
when a last-minute request from the Florida Department of Community
Affairs asked the county to delay the vote. The agency's request came from Culr*ied
its desire to have the county use an alternative state statute, which required Tif
re-advertising the proceedings.
The new hearing will be held Monday, May 5, at 6:25 p.m. during the
commission's regular meeting at the Taylor County Administrative - * I I.
Complex.
"The Task Force appreciates the tremendous effort and overwhelming [flMa age .
support the citizens of Taylor County have shown in developing the Vision [De ali o
2060 Plan," said Vision 2060 Task Force Chairman Auley Rowell. "This May 10, 2008
grassroots effort has produced a comprehensive road map, which if
followed, will help secure a brighter future for all of our citizens. Alis Kllee
"It is a balanced plan. It respects our heritage, protects our quality of f Ryn lu
life and provides strategic direction for how we can diversify our economy M ay/1,2
and grow a sustainable community. Thanks to the input of so many
people, including staff from SRWMD, DCA, DEP, DOT and the A'ma nl ouise.[l!
governor's office, we have a plan that really sets Taylor County apart; it BaLis R;fff
will stimulate success." IMy1,2 ,8
Taylor County Vision 2060 is a plan of how Taylor County could look
.in 50 years. " -e u
For more information, visit the project Web site at ZakMorga
vwwJ yJpocpuntylyision.Qrg. 9,,,,.,..... , .. .. .... ,












We pay top dollar forl


Gold & Diamonds



Mon.-Fri. 9:30-5:30 - Sat. 10:00-5:00
wdno1916WS. Perry Village Shopserigi IJ
S"".2 .-." 1916 S. Jefferson St., Suite D ~ Perry 584-5200 50882 1I


22 Miles South of Perry, FL on the Taylor County Coast


850-578-2897


- ~ :SKEATON BEACH
MARINA
has everything you need:
Bait, Tackle, Ice, Boat Lift, Beer,
Gas, Soft Drinks, Groceries
Snacks, Fresh &. Saltwater
Fishing Licenses, Boat Storage


OUR MOTEL has
clean, comfortable
rooms. Please call
for reservations.


*


,RV HOOKUPS also available.
SPlease call for reservations.


i ,,


. ,.... , �Or "











A-4 Perry News-Herald May 2-3, 2008


Up!


;Colby Robertson, emcee for the
Gardner,Simmons, Grambling and Lilliott


(L to R) Dudley, Sullivan, Mixon, Padgett and Cruce won in the 6th grade division


.-





(L to R) Gregory, Hanke





won?
In this year's 4-H/ Tropicana
Public Speaking Program, the top
county winners in the fourth/fifth
grade division were: fourth place,
Jessie Gregory -"My Nana"; third
place, Jamaal Hankerson-
"Saltwater Crocodiles"; second
place (tie) Hanna Davis- "The
Soldier Grandfather," and Ga'Kia
Bishop -"Albanism"; and first
place, Angel Ketring -"Looney
Laws."
Sixth grade division winners
were: fourth place, Daniel Dudley
-"Tim Tebow"; third place (tie),
Claire Cruce-"Tennis" and Peyton
Padgett-"Cruise 07"; second
place, McKenzie Sullivan-"TCMS
Soccer"; first place, Morgan
Mixon - "Having Your Mom As A"
Teacher."
Winning in the seventh/eighth
grade division were: fourth place,
Valerie Gardner-"Zoe Stoyer";
third place, Jarquise Simmons-
"My Surgery"; second place
Taylor Lilliott-"The Salt Life";
and first place, Eli Grambling-
"Bulldog Express."

So, have you

signed up?
Plans for the Greatest
Generation Reunion (for TCHS
grads in the 1930s-40s) are well
underway. If you failed to sign up
and want to be at the June event,
please contact Marilyn NeSmith
Jackson at 904-249-5956.


.f. -


... .. . a . . ^. ; *


rson, Ketring, Bishop and Davis


I-


won in the 4th/5th division


Happy 15th
Birthday

Ashley

Harper
May 2, 2008


... Myoh my! Look how
you've grown!
Love,
Mama & Dylan


Tropicana
winners
applauded


By LORI C. WIGGINS
4-H Extension Agent II
Today's 4-H Youth
Development Program is teaching
youth life skills that will benefit
them throughout their adult life.
One of the programs 4-H sponsors
along with Tropicana is the
4H/Tropicana Public Speaking
Program.
This educational program is
aimed at teaching young people
the techniques of effective public
speaking. The program is designed
to give elementary ana middle-
school age students experience in
the preparation and delivery of a
speech. More than 1000 students
in the county participate in the
program.
Students in grades three through
eight ' from Taylor County
Elementary School, Taylor
County Middle School and
Steinhatcheee School, as well as
Home-schoolers, took part in this
year's program. The top speeches
were selected from the class level,
school level and then from the
county level'. The top county
winners received a plaque and the
first place county winner, in each
* division received $50 and a full
scholarship to 4-H camp this
summer($170).
The results of 4-H and
Tropicana's dedication to this
program are evident in the
confidence displayed by young
people in making prepared or
extemporaneous presentations
later in their school and
professional careers.
The 4-H/Tropicana Public
Speaking Program offers young
people this opportunity and
teaches them to be better
communicators--a skill which will
benefit them throughout life.


President

invites all

to author

tea


"My-two year term as president of the GFWC-Perry Woman's Club
ends this May. On behalf of the membership, I would like to invite the
citizens of Taylor County to an Author Tea this Sunday, May 4, from 2-4
p.m. at the Perry Woman's Club, honoring Susan H. Lincoln."
That invitation is extended by Doris Galindo-Lepoma, retiring president
of the local club.
"This tea will be a book signing for Mrs. Lincoln's new book, 'When
Mimosas Bloom,' which will be available for purchase.
"This is a very good gift idea for special occasions like Mother's Day,
(or Father's Day), upcoming birthdays and anniversaries. Men and
women are invited to join us in honoring a local author...and we hope you'
will," she said.


Rooms-To-Grow

Preschool


Regitatns
acceted or fll erolle~n


Programs available for ages 2 through Pre-K
,School hours: 9 am - 12 pm
(Early Morning Drop-off available at 7:45 a.m.)
Programs based on Abeka curriculum
VPK Provider,
For more information, contact
Rooms-To-Grow Preschool
584-4269 o


\
I


.. a -AL- A .h ri -A - AL -A - -A -AL. ,^o �
Happy1st

Birthday

S' ,Riley Lee
' "Mama's Lil Princess"

S"Dada's Lil Grim lin"
C We love youi very much!
IO\Ce always,
"\� Mama 1)ada, Nana,
Granddaddy & Grcat
(iraninv Bass


SA Healthy Me


Women's Fair


Change your life-become a HEALTHIER, HAPPIER you !
Learn (ow to take great care of YOU & YOUR family !










Saturday, May :0Oth�


Presented by:

St. James Episcopal Church


RA WINGS for FREE PRIZES !








Pr.e eia, Rge Hose ua ee Rier conomk nd/, Sk, .Jmes Episcopal C
sponsors Cou end Cares, Tag/or Couend ty omeleve Start, Tal or Count Hend Transit, ear-
8S/ Frucon Industnial Services, Soys & arlds Club,/
reon, Ta ukeor e Community Fedra/or t Union, Capital County S / ty Sank, DISC Village,
D & W HlealtA Foods, Pepartment of ChTldren & Families, Poctor's Memorial H-/ospital. Dr. Michael
Walby, Early Learniig Coalition, Employment Connections, Department of Agriculture & Consumer
Affairs, Department of Hgh way Safety anpd Motor Vehiles, Dqivisn of Forestry, Fraizer Auto Detail,:
Head Start, Healthy Families of Tim ber Country, Iea/thy Start Coalition, Huddle House, Kmart,
Lance, March of Dmnes, Pepsi, Perry Fire department, Perry Police Pepartment, Project M.O.SES;,
Premier Medical, R'efuge House, Suwannee Riker Economic Council, Soniw, St. James Epscopal
ChAurc, Tay/or County Extension Office, Taylor County Even Start, raylor County Health Pepart-
ment, Taylor County Publc Licbrary, Taylor County School Pistrict, raylor County SAerif/s Office,
Tay/or County Supenisor of Elections Ofice, Taylor Medical and PDental,
7-Three Rivers LegalServices , Wa/-Mart, Ware Oil and Buckeye.


Living


peak












At the Booking Desk


-Editor's Note: It is the policy of this
nqe.wpaper to run the names of all
those arrested and booked at the
Taylor County Jail. All those listed
below have been charged with a crime,
but are considered innocent until
proven guilty.
March 13:
Christopher Andrews Reaves, 26,
107 Armstrong St., VOP (DWLS),
Deputy Blue, TCSO.
Irvin Derant Foskey, 51, 421 E.
Dundee St., DWLS/R, Deputy Blue,
TCSO. .
Stacy Maggard, 34, U.S. Hwy. 19
North, Room #20, VOP (possession of
cocaine), Officer Cariton, P&P.
Laura Johnson, 23, 106 Buffalo
Drive, disorderly conduct, resisting
without violence, Ptl. Deeson, PPD.
March 14:
Jason Gilbreath, 38, 108 Jenkins
St., aggravated stalking, harassing
phone calls, Ptl. Gorby, PPD.
Dawn Marie Swallow, 28, 500 S.
Warner Ave., E-3, burglary, battery, Ptl.
Cordova, PPD.
*Mack Burrell, 24, 107 N. Beverly
Street, VOP (tampering with a
witness), no officer given.
Brian Edward Tate, 29, 115 West
Duval Street, possession of cocaine,
attaching tag hot assigned, Ptl. Norris,
PPD..
Lisa Hinrichs.Reeder, 40, retail theft,
Ptl. Campbell, PPD.
March 15:
Johelen Lemieux, 37, Greenville,


possession of controlled substance,
Ptl. Cash, PPD.
Christopher Stanley, 25, 202 Lewis
Drive, retail theft, Ptl. Campbell, TCSO.
Ronald Wayne Cooper, 48,
Greenville, possession of cocaine, Ptl.
Cash, PPD.
Todd Smith, 35, Inverness, DUI
(4th), resisting arrest without violence,
possession of cocaine, possession of
drug paraphernalia, refusal to submit
to BAL test, DWLS, Sgt. Campbell,
TSCO.
Howard David Emory, 20, 5220 U.S.
Highway 19, disorderly intoxication,
Deputy McKenzie, TCSO.
March 17:
Vanessa D'Lynn Rhody, 41,
Steinhatchee, grand theft motor
vehicle, grand theft firearm, Deputy
Murphy, TCSO.
Robert Fremont, 81, 15011
Pompano Place, DWLS, Ptl. Deeson,
PPD.
March 18:
John Kevin Schill, 39, Vinemont,
Ala., no valid driver's license, Ptl.
Johnson, PPD.
Michael D. Eady, 39, Fanning
Springs, FTA (grand theft), no officer
given.
March 19:
Teresa Lynn Flowers, 32, 203
Folsom Street, VOP (grand theft III,
criminal mischief), FTA
(battery/domestic violence), Ptl. Norris,
PPD.
Tommy Caulder, 22, 70 Agner


Acres, affray, Ptl. Shaw, PPD.
Kendall L.Smith, 19, 3149 Foley Cut
Off Road, VOP (dealing in stolen
property), Deputy Padgett, TCSO.
Noel Norris, 54, no address given,
VOP (sales tax fraud), Deputy Padgett,
TCSO. -
March 20:
Jeff Sadler, 18, 807 E. Paige Street,
dealing in stolen property, grand theft,
Ptl. Cash, PPD.
Gerald Kermit Sheppard, 31, 1177
Roberts Aman Road, worthless
checks, DUBAL, Ptl. Norris, PPD.
March 21:
Sonia Lee Murphy, 32, 1874
Johnson Stripling Road, possession of
cocaine, possession of drug
paraphernalia, Officer Albritton,
FWC.
Chaz Calder Allen, 18, 16700 E.
Royal Oak, grand theft, contributing to
delinquency of a minor, criminal
mischief, Deputy Hayden, TCSO.
Cocquina Braddock, 34, 118 Lewis
Drive, trespass after warning, Ptl.
Johnson, PPD.
March 22:
David Sein, 21, Winter Park,
possession of cocaine, possession of
marijuana, possession of drug
paraphernalia, Trooper Smyrnios, FHP.
Tyrone Miller, 36, 210 Susan Street,
violation of injunction, Ptl. Deeson,
PPD.
March 23:
Ivere Lee Hugger, 57, 308 First
Street, DUI with personal injury, DUI


with property damage, Trooper Lundy,
FHP
John Clem Trigg, 35, 3309 SW US
Highway 19 #218, DWLS (knowingly),
Ptl. Cordova, PPD.
Cynthia Lynn Goff, 25, 164 Jenkins
Street, battery (domestic), Ptl. Griffin,
PPD.
-Joshua Wade Coxwell, 23, 3191
Slaughter Road, DWLS, possession of
less than 20 grams of cannabis, Ptl.
Curry, PPD.
Kandice Hale, 23, 500 S. Warner
Apt. 112, DWLS, Ptl. Murphy, PPD.
John Jay Mathis, 36, 110 E. Pace
Drive, DWLS (knowingly), possession
of drug paraphernalia, Ptl. Curry,
PPD.
Amber McGuire, 26, 2643 Sidney
Blanton Road, DWLS/R (habitual), Ptl.
Murphy, PPD.
March 24:
Jordan M. Janinda, 18, 3469
Arrowhead Lane, VOP
(battery/domestic violence), Ptl.
Cordova, PPD.
Freddy Jack, 19, no address given,
possession with intent to distribute less
than 20 grams cannabis, Sgt. Folsom,
TCSO.
Lavasha Williams, 26, no address
given, aggravated battery, trespass
after warning, public affray, Ptl.
McDonald, PPD.
Benny Lee Jack, 48, no address
given, sale of cannabis, possession
with intent .to sell" cannabis, Inv.
Anderson, PPD.


A-5 Perry News-Herald May 2-3, 2008




4_ Adopt*-
Taylor County Animal Shelter


Let our Commercial Connection work for you!


Get more than 265,000 copies of your


business cards printed and delivered every week to your customers and potential customers over the next 12 months.


_______________ - U U I


SA . Towing &

SRecovery
A-::-) "Full Service
'^" Licensed & Insured
7I Dagy-i W -g2- o .y


S:.0 3 - 6 pn, 800-763-4589
er 6 pr, 850-838-6115


CDrl.,er
'2.Ihua
itari' .


* Crninierca
* Emerqency
* nip.und
* Re-co.er
* Tip-, Tc,,


Louis Shaw

Plumbing, Inc.
A4. A y r P~em6et Needs
tA licensed Plumbing Contractor is now serving
Taylor and surrounding counties in the fields of
New Construction
Residential & Commercial
Plumbing Consultant Available
Plumbing Repair
Stoppages - Large or Small
Septic Tank Pumping

No Job Too Big
No Job Too Small
We have a service/repair team on duty
(2 hours a day, 6 days a week
Closed Sundays for Worship


Located at 4000 Alton Wentworth Road
Shady Grove, Florida
850-584-3510 (office)
; 850-445-0493 (cell) 850-584-7650 FAX
Locally Owned & Operated
A 0% Senior Citizens Discounts
Available to those 65 and older
State Certified License CFC #1427469


Free Estimates * W
2" Wood Blinds
(white or wood stains)
1' Flex-Aluminim Blinds
Vertical Blinds
Draperies * Valances
Swags * Toppers
Hundreds of Fabrics to Choose From

Perry Drapery & (
Downtown * 103 N. Jeff
850-584-6818


e Install


Gift Shop
erson St.


Hearing Aids
* Expert Fitting
* Highest Quality
* All Makes & Models
1224 N. Peacock Ave. In Perry

Dr. Jeffrey D. Russell
Audiologist
North Florida
SHearing Services

CALL
584-EARS (3277)
www.northfloridahearing.com


Would y.ou like to
have more money for
GAS?
Have us clean your carpets!


Carpets are made from petroleum
and maintenance is much cheaper
)' than purchasing new carpet!
y - Le,t us show you hpw to prolong
the life of your carpet!




584-CLEAN (584.2532)


* p


Showers of Blessings
Custom Water Treatment
"it./l O M., // 1 ll , II lh, ' \.l ,L !I/ '


A v


IT"' Hardness * Iron * Tannin
S, Manganese *Arsenic
S. I' Bad Tastes- Foul Odors
"--'- Chlorine and harmful
Chlorine by-products
Turbidity 'Acidic water
David B. Downing
(3521498-2449 (3521356-0474
Free Estimates & Water Analysis
Financing Available ~ No Money Down, Low Payments
Member of the Florida Quality Water Association
P.O. Box 727 Cross City, FL 32628


ARE YOU EXPERIENCING
PLUMBING PROBLEMS?
Residential and Commercial

No job Too Small or Too Large

St. Cloud Welding & Fabrication, Inc.
(850) 223-2522
State Certified License CFC #1427406


P U-�_I


BRAE

Incorporated

.\ .Mayo, FL 32066

386-294-22107
Building * Air Conditioning * Electrical
CBC 1251819 CAC181475 EC13002148
Financing Available!
AM ;y igg,[ (Yf auMAIs"'


B) i R W. MEISSNER
& ASSOCIATES, INC
CIVIL ENGINEERING
SERVICES
BUILDING PLANS
RENOVATIONS
HOMES - COMMERCIAL
PERMITS
DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS
SUWANNEE RIVER WMD
SITE DEVELOPMENT
PARKING LOTS
216 W. MAIN STREET
PERRY, FLORIDA 32347
PHONE # 850-584-3887
E-MAIL: rwmi@gtcom.net


rESTIICONTRQL


We provide: Termite Treatments
Termite Monitoring Systems
Pest Control'
Termite (WDO) Inspections

SOUTHERNiPROPERT)Y
Locally Owned & Operated - Licensed & Insured
Toll Free 1-877-838-4959
Local 838-4959 .-
P.O. Box 25 - Perry, FL 32348 ""T


Riverside

Spirits 'N Wine Shoppe
1312 Riverside Drive, Steinhatchee, Fl. .
Next to Fiddler's Restaurant
352-498-2942 r -
Custom Made
All Occasion


GIFT BASKETS
LARGEST LIQUOR SELECTION
ON THE NATURE COAST
I WE CARRY FINE CIGARS


Special orders:
If we don't have it...we can get it!
MONTHLY GIVEAWAYS


I IE I -�


C&M Skid Steer Services
By the hour or by the job $55 per hour with 4 hr. min.


Land Clearing *
Brush Removal
Site Prep
Demolition
Call Harold
850-578-2241
850-843-0662 I


Culverts


Ir


$01t rfer,1

BUILDERS SUPPLY








Rick Lewis
Contractor Sales Representative
North Florida Area


1301 Madison Hviy.
P.O. Box 37 - Valdosta, GA 31603


Also specializing in Installed Sales:
Fireplace Inserts * Gas Logs
Marble Surrounds * Mantels
Shower Doors * Mirrors
Garage Doors * Ventilated Shelving
Custom Shelving
Door & Window Installation & Replacement
Interior Tnm


Mobile: (850) 672-0397
Fax: (850 .584-3934


SBS Office: (229) 242-4750
SBS Fax: (229) 242-6113


Spccializins inll dcorating and catering services for weddings,
anniversaries parties, receptions and other special occasions.


SWcdding Cakes -
Decoralions inclIude loral designs.
Other special services also available
Bainqiuet hall available April 1 5

1723 S. Jefferson St.
Perry, FlL, 2348
('r.rv I'lhit/ Shopplix Ce i )
584-3232
S 'roliie ii a l, ly s A ,letdilhi .rker


INtl.ilalH W W ' - ' t" 3 -.: **''" ' , : . ." ,-. I
Meet Biscuit, a two-year-old red and
white Cocker Spaniel who is available for
adoption at, the Taylor County Animal
Shelter. He is described as "very sweet
and full of energy." Biscuit is used to being
the only dog and is waiting for his forever
family to bring him home. To adopt
Biscuit, contact the shelter at 838-3525.


A


I


t


�:


:.















Sports.


Keaton Beach

Fishing Report L



Optimist tourney


set to go Saturday


BY PAT MCGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Hey... the Perry Optimist's 17th
annual Saltwater Fishing
Tournament is this weekend
(Saturday, May 3) and there are
three
Keaton Beach Marina, Sea Hag
Marina in Steinhatchee and
Econfina State Park. The entry fee
is $50. Lines in at 7 a.m. weigh-
in at 4 p.m. More than $10,000 in
cash and prizes to be won
including $2,500 for the largest
trout. For more information go to
www.optimistclubperryfl.org.
The trout fishing was
outstanding last week as I had Cal
Beanblossom and Stacy Roberts of
Sylvester, Ga., out and they had a
limit of 15 trout with three over
four pounds! We fished live
pinfish under Cajuns and hard
jerkbaits to land our fish from 4.5
- 6.5 feet of water on Tuesday.
Wednesday, Billy Pillow, Matt
Lorentz of Perry and I went out
and fished three hours and brought
back 12 trout and two reds. The
trout hit live pinfish and jerkbaits
while the reds came in on
Precision Tackle's new Stalker in-
line spinnerbaits. We fished 4 - 6

One More Cast
- Guide Service
Operating from Keaton Beach Marina
Speckled Trout, Redfish, Blues, etc.
(850) 584-9145
U S.C G No Fishing License 200 Kate Dr.
License Required Perry, FL 32348


feet of water for the trout and 2.5
feet for the reds.
Things slowed a bit by the
weekend for some as the water
cleared up and the w-i-n-d calmed
down.
Saturday, Cal Beanblossom and
Glen Floyd of Sylvester, Ga., had
10 trout with three huge Spanish
(five pounds and up) on live
pinfish and Assassin's Electric
Chicken Sea Shads in 6 - 7 feet of
water.
Here are some reports from the
Marina:
Bobby Whitehead of Tifton,
.Ga., fished New penny Gulp in 5 -
6 feet of water with his pals and
they landed 14 trout with two just
over 20 inches to top the stringer.
Danny Childs of Griffin, Ga.,
fished last Monday and had his
limit of trout 15 -17 inches long;
then fished the next day, and found
larger fish again with Gulp in the
Nuclear Chicken color from 17
-20 inches long from 6 feet of
water.
. Thursday, Mike King
(Hammerknocker II) had 20
grouper and a limit of kings (to
30 pounds!) trolling Mann's
Stretch Thirty plus plugs.
Billy Pillow, Junior Proenza,
Matt Lorentz and I went offshore
Sunday on Billy's Team Triple
Fish Triton and bought home 20
grouper to 15 pounds using live
pinfish, Spanish Mackerel,
Bluefish, frozen Northern
Mackerel and cigar minnows. No
trolling this trip and wouldn't you
know it...no SQUID?


A-6 Perry News-Herald May 2-3, 2008




FSU coach to speak at banquet


Florida State's Associate Head
Paseball Coach Jamey Shouppe
will be the guest speaker at the
Taylor County High baseball
banquet May 13.
The annual event, which gets
underway at 6 p.m. at Events on
South Jefferson Street, will honor
both the varsity and jayvee
baseball teams.
Both squads produced winning
records in 2008 as the varsity,
under Coach Bobby Eason,
compiled a 15-10 mark while the
Danny Glover-coached jayvee team
finished 12-4-1.
Shouppe .is'in his 18th season
as a member of the Florida State
coaching staff and his sixth year as
associate head coach. He continues
to serve as one of the nation's
premier recruiting coordinators and
pitching coaches.
Shouppe has been the catalyst
in attracting top caliber talent to,


Florida State since taking over as
the recruiting coordinator in 1990.
The former FSU player has had a
top 25 ranked class every year he
has been at FSU and 12 of his 17
classes have been ranked in the top
10 with half of those classes
ranked in the top five.
The longtime coach has also
shown he can develop Major
League caliber pitchers. Thirteen
of Shouppe's pitchers have been
selected in the MLB Draft in the
last four seasons and 52 Seminole
pitchers have been selected in the
MLB draft since Shouppe became
'the team's pitching coach. �
A former Seminole pitcher,
Shouppe played for Mike Martin
in 1981-82. The , southpaw
compiled a 10-4 record in two
seasons with the Seminoles.
During his career, Shouppe took
the mound in 60 games and posted
a 3.78 ERA. He fanned a total of


Tide Tables


F,2
2
2
2

Sa3
3
3
3

Su 4
4
4
4

M 5
5
5
5


High
Low
High
Low

High
Low
High
Low

High
Low
High
Low

High
Low
High
Low


12:33 AM
6:27 AM
12:38 PM
7:09 PM

1:31 AM
7:09 AM
1:08 PM
7:54 PM.

2:24 AM
7:48 AM
1:38 PM
8:38 PM

3:14 AM
8:25 AM
2:10 PM
9:24 PM'


Tu 6
6
6
.6

W 7
7
7
S7

Th 8
8
8
8

F 9
9
9


High 4:03 AM
' Low 9:00 AM
High 2:45 PM
Low 10:11 PM

High 4:52 AM
Low 9:36 AM
High 3:22 PM
Low 10:59 PM

High 5:41 AM
Low 10:13 AM
High- 4:02 PM
Low 11:50 PM


High
Low
High


6:34 AM
10:54 AM
4:45 PM


122 batters in 126 innings of
work and was named to the Metro
Conference All-Tournament team
his senior year.
A native of Chattahoochee,
Fla., Shouppe came to FSU via
George Wallace Junior College in
Dothan, Ala. At Wallace, he
earned All-Conference, All-State
and All-Region honors in each of
his two seasons while playing in
the outfield and pitching.
The Houston Astros drafted
Shouppe in the'eighth round
following his senior season at


FSU. The left-hander played three
years in the Astros organization ht
the A and AA levels and was
invited to Major League camp in
1984, before retiring from the
baseball in 1985.
Shouppe and his wife, former
FSU cheerleader Karen Hall, have
three children 20-year-old son
Jake, 16-year-old daughter Kasey
and 14-ycar-old son Jared.
Tickets for the awards banquet
are $10 each which includes
dinner. They may be purchased
from Debbie Hall or Kim Young.


Learn to live with bears


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC), the. Wildlife Foundation
of Florida and several local groups
in Niceville and Carrabelle are
joining forces to offer two events
where residents can learn about
coexisting with Florida's black
bears.
On Saturday, May 3, the FWC
and the local Audubon chapter are
hosting the Turkey Creek Bear
Day in Niceville at Turkey Creek
Park from noon to 3 p.m.
Activities will be located at the
north entrance pavilion on West
College Boulevard.
On Saturday, May 17, the
Carrabelle Waterfront Partnership,
the FWC and several businesses
will host Bear Day at Tillie Miller
Park in Carrabelle, from 11 a.m.
to 3 p.m. (EDT). Bear Day is
being held in conjunction with the
dedication of Tillie Miller Park at
1 p.m. and the Blues in the Park
music celebration at 2 p.m.
"Both events are planned so
people who have bear problems or
who just want to learn more about
bears and how to avoid .problems
can speak to a wildlife biologist,"
said Jessica Tice, an


environmental scientist with FWC
Bear Management Program.
"Biologists will discuss methods
used to reduce problems and ways
to increase enjoyment of local
wildlife."
Tice said residents who are
having problems with bears
getting into their garbage may
bring their garbage cans to both
events so staff and volunteers can
help retrofit the cans to be more
bear-resistant. If , a garbage
container can not be retrofitted, a
limited number of cans will be
given away to the public.
Volunteers will conduct a bear-
resistant caddy build-off
competition. Participants will be
given instructions, along with an
example, for making their own
bear-resistant container. Tice said
the caddies built in the
competitions will be donated to
the parks to increase recycling and
reduce trash problems from bears
in the area of Tillie Miller Park
and Turkey Creek Park.
For more information, e-mail
Jessica Tice at
jessica.tice@MyFWC.com or call
850-617-6065.


Let our Commercial Connection work for you!
Get more than 265,000 copies of your business cards printed and delivered every week to your customers and potential customers over the next 12 months.

Norberg's Repair LARRY'S - U


... n-p .. n....e - o h:M.. ..**, . **a-nn, .-i,.nuI-*-.'L -:.= 1_ I NCrViCCS _ .


urIUims & nuiur mihuInIIe
From VWto
F700's & C-60's
4 Computer A/C
Brakes Engine
4x4 Repairs & Service


(850) 838-2983 .- . L
3275 Courtney Grade PCFax (240) 208-8527
email: hcnmech@gtcom.net
Harold Norberg, owner Fl. MV #46759



Need Contact Lenses?
Order on the web at:
Accenteyecarecenter.com

or call 584-2200


8.-i,


Dr. Michael Walby
Optometric Physician


CONTACT
LENSES


Josh Noland's

Music Studio
. 'LEARN
TO PLAY MUSIC
AND RECORD
YOUR PROJECT
pith a professional who cares

Guitar *Banjo* Bass *Voice
Specializing in Songwriting and Recording
Contact Josh Noland, teacher/producer

850-584-5975


We Unlock Vehicles


18 Years Certified, Licensed & Insured
850-838-0139 (cell)
850-584-5317 (phone)


Custom Design + Precise Engineering
Highest Quality & Cost Savings
for your new home or addition


Lauri B. Newton
,(850) 672-0485


- m . - .ui- i-- -.M6


UI W I e2


r


j


John K. Gentry, P.E.
(850) 672-0145


YES! We Repair Computers CALL TODAY!
Bring in this "FIFTY DOLLAR BILL" and
recieve a FREE Computer Bench Diagnostic! 8381683
- - pl'SvTIs Coupon- _ --



Monday.- d A :
- ------OE AUDY M-2P


SI U -


Lumart Aviation
Airplane Rides * Sightseeing
Aerial Photography
Come fly with us!
(Gift Certificates Available)


18501 584-8867
Ist@gtcom.net
Luther S. Turner 2150 Ellison Rd. Perry, FL 32347


Septic Tank

Installation


* Fill Dirt Hauled.

Land Clearing * Excavation
Demolition * Limerock * Gravel Rock
Dump Truck Service * Culverts
Driveways * Fish Ponds

584-2250
wpadgettncompany@yahoo.com
Wayne & Josh Padgett, owners
Licensed & Insured #RF11067270


*, U U


FRITH ABSTRACT

& TITLE CO.
Owners & Mortgage Title
Insurance Policies
Title Searches * Real Estate Closings


501 N. Byron Butler Pkwy.
850-584-267


O Yo Ow M, J W








LOW INTEREST
to qualified applicants

USDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT,
SHIP &
CONVENTIONAL LOANS
AVAILABLE



MICHAEL
LYNN, INC.
BUILDING CONTRACTOR

300 E. HAMF'ON SPRINGS AVE.
PERRY, FL
(850) 584-9035
Lic# CBC1252257


Perry, Fl.


Sta ting at ju


IN


o n��.













R e lig io n A-7 Perry News-Herald May 2-3,2008




May's first weekend brings special services


Kirklands to sing at First Church of God
The Perry First Church of God on Highway 221 North will have its
monthly sing on Saturday, May 3, at 7 p.m. featuring The Kirklands.
Snacks will be served at 5:30 p.m., and everyone is invited to attend.


'"First Nights" is back
"First Nights," a ministry of the First United Methodist Church of Perry,
takes place this Sunday, May 4. at 6:30 p.m.. and on the first Sunday night
of each month "with a country gospel music flavor." Josh Noland, pastor


of "God's Country" on WPRY, will lend his,guitar skills, and Pastor James
Taylor will continue his series on the Seven Churches of the Revelation.
Taylor led tours throughout Turkey while stationed with the Air Force
there. This Sunday's service will feature slides from Pergamum.
For additional information, please call the church at 584-3028.


Focus on the Family


Benefits to holding child back a grade
By James Dobson


QUESTION: My 6-year-old
son has always been an energetic
child with some of the symptoms
of hyperactivity. He has a short
attention span and flits from one
activity to another. I took him to
his pediatrician, who said he did
not have attention -deficit disorder.
However, he's beginning to have
learning problems in school
because he can't stay in his seat and
concentrate on his lessons. What
should I do?
DR. DOBSON: It sounds like
your son is immature in
comparison with his age mates and
could profit from being retained in
the first grade next year. If his
birthday is between Dec. 1 and
July 1, I would ask the school
psychologist to evaluate his


Obituaries

Deonta Jerome King
Deonta Jerome King, 17, of
Perry, died April 28, 2008.
He was a native of Taylor
County.
Survivors include: his daughter,
Nakadea King of Perry; his father,
Reginald King Sr. of Perry; his
mother, Angela Jones of Perry;
four brothers, Marquese King,
Reginald King Jr. and Monte
King, all of Perry, and Kelsey
Griffin King of Tampa;, two
sisters, ,i and Dednna -
King, both of Tampa; his
grandmothers, Mary Jones,
Frances Summerset and Edna
Oliver; his grandfathers, Larry
Summerset and James Oliver? and
a host of aunts, uncles, great aunts
and great uncles. '
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, May 3, at 11 a.m. at
Antioch M.B. Church with Pastor
Robert French officiating.
Interment will follow at Pineview
Memorial Gardens.
Family members will receive
friends today, May 2, from 4 until
8 p.m. at Antioch M.B. Church.
Evans/Walker Funeral Home is
in charge of arrangements.


Happy
14th

Birthday





IDAVIS

Love,
Mom, Brian, Codie
And Brittni


readiness to learn.
Retaining an immature boy
during his early school career
(kindergarten or first grade) can
give him a social and academic
advantage throughout the
remaining years of elementary
school. However, it is important to
help him "save face" with his
peers. If possible, he should
change schools for at least a year to
avoid embarrassing questions and
ridicule from his former
classmates.
You have very 'little to lose by
holding, back an imliature boy,
since males tend to be about six
months behind females in
development at that time. The age
of a child is the worst criterion on
which to base a decision regarding
when to begin a school career. That
determination should be made
according to specific neurologic,
psychosocial and pediatric
variables.

Look for

this symbol.

O SELECTED
Independent
FUNERAL HOMES
Member by Invitation

Since 1917. this association's
members ha\e included the
finest privately owned
funeral homes in the nation.
Local people you've know n
for years, w. ho ha\ e a deep
commitment to providing
distinctive service based on
honesty, integrity, \alue
and dignii\.


� Let me add one other suggestion
that you might consider. Your son
appears to be a good candidate for
home-schooling. You might want
to keep him in the safety of your
care until he matures a bit, and
then if you choose, place him in
school one year behind where he
would have been otherwise. He
will not suffer academically and
will be more secure for the
experience.
Home-schooling is especially
helpful for the immature child--
usually a boy--who is just not


ready for'the social competition
and rejection often experienced,
within large groups. It is also
beneficial to children who do not
have this problem, if the parent is
committed to it. That's why home-
schooling is the fastest-growing
educational movement in the
United States today.
' QUESTION: When it comes to
education, you have said that the
right factual information can and
sheofild lead to conceptual learning.
"*- Please see page 8


Beggs I Io-E
Funeral Home
Perry Chapel
850-838-2929 I`
. .. ... . -o MDentures - Part a ls R 'ines
Repairs EEtractions
Same Day Service On Dentures.
Acrylic Partials. Repairs & Eiractions
' By Appointment o No Checks

W i..anT M.o lalle itD,1 S FDGOS o I


OUR STAND


SAFER DRIVERS DESERVE TO BE,
RICHER DRIVERS


.Call me today about our safe driver discount.
I can help you save up to 25%.
(850) 584-5188


Mark Pelt
1000-A S JEFFERSON ST
PERRY
a042189@allstate.com
Proud member of the Chamber of Commerce


Allstate.
You're in good hands.


Discount and insurance offered only with select companies and subject to availability and qualifications. Discount
amount may be lower and applies to most major coverages. Allstate Insurance Company and Allstate Property ano
Casualty Insurance Company: Northbrook, IL. @205 Allstate Insurance Company.

Perry First Church of God
Sunday School 10:00- 10:45
Worship Service 11:00 - 12:00
:"'^ . Children's Church 11:00 - 12:00
* Sunday Night
S .--.. ... . Prayer Group 6:00 - 6:45
Choir Practice 6:00 - 6:45
........ ,sth arjl ^,,^In,,ri,,iinn o..1, Sunday Service 7:00 - 8:00


Nuruse y p provileu Wi ln d U l, llU,, tDlv,*,U
Mike Hicks, pastor
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992


Wednesday Night
Youth Group 6:00 - 7:30
Study Group 7:00


First United Methodist Church


Open Hearts - Open Minds & Open Doors
"The People of the United Methodist Church"



302 N. Jefferson St. Perry, Fl. (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460
Rev. James Taylor, pastor nursery provided Email fumcp@gtcom.net


THANK YOU
Jesus for all of your
wonderful blessings.
Have you thanked Him lately?

Please join us at
Lakeside Baptist Church


Sunday Services
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship


Wednesday Services
6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Mission Activities
Hwy. 27 584-5688
Steven Ruff, pastor


1225 S. Jefferson St. * 584-5891
Established 1904 * "We'll Treat You Right"


Goodman's BBQ

2429 S. Byron ButlerPkwy. 584-3751
"Best BBQ in Taylor County







.1825 S. Jefferson St. Perry, Fl. 32348 1-850-584-7100



Support Your

Local Churches
'*i


IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
CATHOLIC CHURCH
SMSASSSES:
Sat. 6 p.m. * Sun. S a.m. Nc 10:30 a.m.
CCD )& Adult Education (CZlas.e
Sunday :00 a.m.
2750 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 584-3169
L. Rev. Slade Crawford, Pastor


__ti.' .o~.


Welcome to
St. James Episcopal Church
Sunday Service 7 '
Holy Eucharist: 10:00 a.m.
Nursery Available .
Located at 1100 W. Green St.
Church Office: 584-7636 , __ ,
http://www.perr',ll,.' r ,n- u . rp.,:eF :I jrr,.- . '-


*~~ w W


S Tahlia
Yani-Meosha
SMiller ,
To our little lady...
You've grown so much
and learned so much
this past year.
We love you, Baby!
May God bless you and
keep His loving arms
around you.
HAPPY '


BIRTHDAY
Grandma (Mildred),
Mommy (Pam), Daddy (Calvin),
Uncle Dame, Big Brother lan,
Big Sisters Ebone and Amber,
Auntie Angie and IH
the Boys, Evan, Ethan,
- - Eric and Eland
In Ah -ft iMnM-'


-m -m -w -- - -- m -- - -


/I


h h h h & Ah









A-8 Perry News-Herald May 2-3, 2008

Collecting items for Refuge House


Local club to take part in 10th


annual International Gator Day


This week is National Volunteer Appreciation Week and Big Bend Hospice is honoring its.
volunteers. Shown above are. (from I to r) Karen Trammell (Big Bend Hospice Volunteer
Coordinator), Flora Woodfaulk, Sherwin Odum, Shirley Scott, Mary Ann Prevatt and Karen
Tidwvell. Notpictured are Debbie Howell, Jim Frostick, Ann Gray, Mary Jane Fish and Jan Lee:.


Hospice honors volunteers


Submitted by MICHELE BRANTLEY
Community Outreach Coordinator
Big Bend Hospice
A Big Bend Hospice family calls
to have someone come sit with
their mother so they can go out for
their anniversary, a grieving
husband receives a phone call from
a volunteer who is checking in to
see how he is holding up, a group
of volunteers meet to discuss how
to make sure that no one in need of
hospice services in Taylor County
is unaware of Big Bend Hospice.
All of these caring people live
and work right here in Taylor
County and share their time'with
their friends and neighbors as Big
Bend Hospice volunteers. Big
Bend Hospice was founded by
volunteers 25 years ago to provide
a different, more compassionate
way to finish life's journey. Last
year we served more than 70
patients in Taylor County and
within our eight-county service'
area served 375 families everyday.


Volunteering does not
necessarily mean working directly
with patients. Although all of our
patients and their families are
offered a volunteer to help with
errands, provide transportation and
offer companionship, there are
many other opportunities to
volunteer. Advisory Council
members, for example, meet
monthly and act as ambassadors in
their community, advising Big
Bend Hospice on issues in their
county and helping to increase
awareness of hospice services.'
These committed men and women .
are stay-at-home moms, business
people and retirees but each has in
common the desire to help others.
"Big Bend Hospice and our
volunteers impact so many lives.
Big Bend Hospice is able to
provide services to people that
otherwise would have no one.
Being appointed by our Gpvernor
to the Commission for Volunteers
of Florida just confirms my


dedication to serving others. I find
volunteering so very rewarding. I
am very passionate about our
patients," said Flora Woodfaulk, a
volunteer with the Taylor County
Advisory Council.
During National Volunteer
Appreciation Week, April 27
through May 3, Big Bend Hospice
salutes the caring men and women
who volunteer in Taylor County.
These special people are
enriching lives and making a
difference to hospice families.
They not only sit at bedsides,
they sit in 90-degree heat at fairs
and festivals, they put together
goodie bags, they bake and speak
on our behalf at clubs and
churches, they are the heart and
soul of our organization.
If you are interested in becoming
a hospice volunteer call Karen
Trammell at 850-879-1324 for the
next orientation session.
"Volunteer to change the world, it
starts with a phone call."


In observance of the 10th annual
International Gator Day, the Taylor
County Gator Club will be
collecting items for Refuge House.
Jtems needed include paper
towels, toilet tissue, laundry
detergent, disposable diapers (all
sizes) and non-perishable food
items.
The collection needs to begin
today, according to Taylor County
Gator Club President Betty
Culbreath.
"You can drop items off at Burns
-Monument Company by May 15,
or meet us there on the 16th to help


Stewart Memorial will be
participating in the Summer Food
Service Program this year, June 2
through Aug. 15.
During this time, nutritionally
balanced meals will be provided to
all children regardless of race,
color, sex, . disability, age or
-national origin. The program
coincides with the school district's
summer vacation when school
breakfasts and lunches are not
available.
All 'children 18 years old and
younger are eligible for, meals at
no charge.
The meals will be served from
11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. at 1113 W.
Hampton Springs Ave., Monday
through Friday, except for Friday,

Benefit spaghetti

dinner set for Sat.
A benefit spaghetti dinner will
be held Saturday, May 3,'from 5-8
p.m. at the Catholic Parish Hall for-
Mike Johnson, to assist in medical
costs resulting from a motorcycle
accident.


'Human brain can store 2 billion bits of information'


FOCUS
Continued from page 7
But aren't you putting too much
emphasis on the memorization
process, which is a low academic


goal?
DR. DOBSON: The human
brain is capable of storing some 2
billion bits of information in the
course of a lifetime. There are
many avenues through which that


Card of Thanks
Smith

Our family was blessed with Taylor County's residents expressing their
great love for our Mama, Peggy H. Smith. We greatly appreciate the
prayers, visits, phone calls, food, flowers, donations to charities, cards and
love shown by everyone. We would like to thank the members of Salem
Baptist Church for all for their help through this difficult time.
Thank you all for remembering our Mama in your own special way and
helping us through this time.
Lucy Kate, Katie, Suzanne, Bill, Rebecca, Heather, David, Ben,
Monica and Caraway

IF ANYONE CAN, THE REMODEL MAN CAN!
WE'VE BEEN A LEADER IN OFFERING
QUALITY CONSTRUCTION FOR 30 YEARS
MAKE US YOUR 1ST CHOICE!


* Free Friendly Phone Advice
* We use only Top Quality Material
* Reputation of Building Excellence
* Exact Appointment Times


( BONUS!
I $150 OFF I
ANY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT
*WHEN YOU MENTION THIS AD #2003


What our Customers say:
* "You went above and beyond my expectations." - Charlotte Cannon, Perry, FL
* "Far .:uperi,:,r I: the competition." -Ed Rice, Orlando, FL
* "Thank you very much for the quick response and excellent workmanship."
- Frank Farnells, Madison, FL
FOR A TROUBLE FREE CONSTRUCTION SOLUTION,
CALL ARMADILLO CONSTRUCTORS
& ERECTORS, INC. TODAY!
1-800-719-9138 OR 850-223-1867


Coming to Taylor County
Honor Roll Farms & Jean Anthony


tailored to your needs - all ages

All Equestrian Disciplines

Honor aRoll Farms is a
multi-award winning
member of National . ,
Reining Horse
Association Champions

Training riders
and their horses ,

(orulact:850)942-4320
or 850-559-2477

coronacodyeQ aol.com


programming can occur, and
memorization is one of them.
Let me put it this way. If you
ever have to go under a surgeon's
knife, you'd better hope that the
physician has memorized every
muscle, every bone, every blood
vessel and every Boy Scout knot
in the book. Your life will
depend on his ability to access


factual information during the
operation.
Obviously, I strongly oppose the
perspective held in some academic
circles that says, "There's nothing
we know for certain, so why learn
anything?" Those who feel that
'way have no business teaching.
They are salespeople with nothing
to sell!


plus tax





-~.r.A~


HAPPY FAMILY
HOUR NIGHT


% Price
Drinks & Slushes
Every Day 2-4pm


5 For $5
Sonic Burgers
5pm To Close
Every Tuesday Night


Only at participating SONIC� Drive-Ins. �May 2008 America's Drive-In Brand Properties LLC





Robert L.

N 1 Gaddy III
1... -i, (R.I.) i j




i,4


us pack and deliver," she said.
"We may even have a Gator
surprise for the ones who show up
to help," she added.
This outreach effort involves
Gator Clubs across the globe.
"All the members of the club
have the university as a common
bond, but first we are members of
our respective communities,"
Culbreath stated.
"We hope to make a difference
in. our community at least once a
year with a project like this, and
we urge all Gators to assist us in
this collection effort."


July 4.
Those who need transportation
may call the church at 584-7194
for the bus schedule.
Any person who believes he or
she has been discriminated against
in any USDA-related activity
should write or call immediately
to: USDA Director, Office of Civil
Rights, 1400 Independence Ave.,
S.W., Washington, DC, 20250-
9410; (800) 795-3272; (202) 720-
6382 (TTY).


For 'additional information, you
may contact Culbreath at 584-2399
or e-mail her at
Betty6l1 @comcast.net.


Candi S. Cook


AS awarded

Candi S. Cook recently received
an Associate of Science degree in
interdisciplinary studies from
Hodges University in Naples.
She is the daughter of Tommy
and Pat Cook of Perry.


Mother's Day


Spring att


fling Toa


Saturday, May 10


seating at I a.m. & 2 p.m.
Call today to make your reservations ~ 838-2021
(Seating is limited)


PRIZES
fotr l.ir,1 t"';[- uai llk st-inO:t icr tive' lt.tt.


R K., nLci >.'i n>lI.i N 1 [ ntoi\\'iiIo rci r'
Voni b.iL'i aL, d L, in h J. I I ,ir




121E. Green t. ---
1 ^-1E.S--6


We're right around
the next turn.
(Look for us on Victory Lane and Pit Road too.)
You don'r have ro look f:r ro find one of the leaders in Auto,
Home and Life coverage. Your local Farm Bureau Insurance
agency provides the proven protection, prompt service and
competitive rates you want. Plus. our fast, fair claims service
makes any pit crew look like they're standing still.
'Call today for a free. no-obligation review.


Glen King & Jimmy King, Agents
233 W. Base St. - Madison - (850) 973-4071
Freddy Pitts, Agent
105 W. Anderson St. * Monticello * (850) 997-2213
Freddy Pitts, Agent
813 S. Washington St. * Perry * (850) 584-2371
Lance Braswell, Agent
Lafayette County * Mayo, FL * (386) 294-1399


Auto * Home * Life


RACING


Freddy Pitts,'Agency Manager
T-oyotandal Gr afed all 'ed:Ia ,!!mblemsandd(s ,t BrethenutelleItua I op rtlyo toC ol'- Faeupotioand asewithnl ore00 Jo b R MS



Lordy, Lordy look who's 40


Happy

Birthday




a We love you,



* <('C/S> * <\J) * <\X/ * i\9i'> <* <5i~ * CW^j' * CV5


Summer food program starts

June 2 at Stewart Memorial'














Community


B-1 Perry News-Herald May 2-3, 2008


'Life is


The Taylor Board of County
:Commissioners has issued a
.proclamation honoring the week of
:April 27 to May 4 as Stewardship
:Week in Taylor County.
Rick Causey, chairman for the
:Taylor Soil & Water Conservation
:District Board, encourages the
:public to become involved in soil
:and water conservation and
:stewardship.
"The Taylor County Soil &
Water Conservation District
encourages you to think about your
personal responsibility to be a
good steward of the 'natural
resources, including water, during


Water'


its annual Stewardship Week
celebration. The National
Association of Conservation
Districts (NACD) has proclaimed
April 27 to .May 4, 2008 as
Stewardship Week with the theme
Water is Life," Causey noted.
He also encouraged residents to
"become aware of water quality
and quantity in your community.
Understand how watersheds work.
We all live in a watershed.
Watersheds are the places we call
home, where we work and where
we play. Everyone relies on water
and other natural resources to
exist. What you and others do on


the land impacts the quality and
quantity of water and our other
natural resources. Managing the
water and other natural resources
is an effective and efficient way to
sustain the local economy and
environmental health."
The Taylor Soil , & Water
Conservation District is a
member of the National
Association of Conservation
Districts (www.nacdnet.org) which
oversees the Stewardship Week
program. Stewardship Week is one
of the largest national annual
programs to promote conservation.
NACD represents the nation's
3,000 conservation districts, which
were established to encourage
resource conservation across the
country.
For information about
Stewardship Week and
conservation, contact the Taylor
Soil & Water Conservation District
board at (850) 578-2293 or (850)
584-7087.
. Meetings of the board are open
to the public and board members
said they welcome citizefi
participation.
The next regularly scheduled
meeting of the board will be
changed from the usual fourth
Monday of the month (due to
Memorial Day) to Monday, June 2,
at 3 p.m. in the meeting room at
Hampton Inn.


Deadline announced for Jr. Miss candidates


The registration deadline for the before this date.
2008 Florida Forest Festival Junior A mandatory parent meeting will
Miss program is Friday, May 9. be held Tuesday, May 13, at the
All candidates must officially Buckeye Community Federal
register at www.ajm.org on or Credit Union conference room at 6


JM Handyman Home Repairs
LLC


Pressure Washing
Painting
Concrete -<
Wood Decks

578-3776


RV Leak Repairs


Ceramic Tile
Laminate Wood
Available


838-6077


p.m.
For more information, please
e-mail -agibsonl@fairpoint.net,
sm-cruse@hotmail.com or lauren-
83@hotmail.com.


Kendrick bids farewell


On Thursday. April 24, State
Representative Will Kendrick (R)
gave his farewell remarks to
members of the Florida House of
Representatives. That week
marked the final week of the last
Legislative Session he will serve in
the House due to term limits.
He was acknowledged for
remarks by Speaker Pro Tempore
Marty Bowen. Speaker Marco
Rubio announced that. Rep.
Kendrick had 15 minutes to speak,
10 as a Republican and five as a
Democrat which, in turn, brought
laughter throughout the chamber
and gallery.
The, speech commanded the
attention of the chamber as well as
the gallery which held family
members, friends, staff and a class
of students from Franklin County.
Kendrick started his farewell
remarks by re-stating a phrase he
first used in his freshman session,
'You all may think you are in high
cotton today btit let me remind all
of you...the same road that brought
you here will one day take you
back...with the same thing you got
here with--your character and
integrity'."
In his remarks, Kendrick
reflected on his, experiences and
friendships he has encountered and
gained during his eight years in the
House of Representatives and his
22 years in political service.
Kendrick said he was pleased to
have Senator Charlie Dean join
him at his desk during the speech
and expressed his delight in having
former House Speaker and Senate
President Mallory Horne sit with
him earlier in the day making note
that this is the first time that former
Speaker/President Horne has used
floor privileges since his service in
the 1960's.
In addition, Kendrick was


flanked by his youngest son
Collins, who occupied his father's
chair, while he spoke to a seated
and attentive audience.
Kendrick thanked his family for
allowing him to do what was
important to him in serving the
people for the last 22 years. His
family, including his wife, three
sons, daughter-in-law, number one
grandson and sister were present
"Many people ' wonder what
makes me tick. My entire political
career has been about trying to
^^ y.*.
^^; i':'


ensure that tomorrow is a little
better than today, for someone--
many times, not realizing or
knowing who it may be that you're
going to touch but knowing that b\
your works someone will have a
chance for change," Kendrick said.
For the final time. Rep.
Kendrick reminded the members
just how large District 10 is by
emphasizing it consists of all or
parts of 10 counties and is the
largest House District east of the
Mississippi River.


Will Kendrick delivered his final remarks to the Florida
House of. Representatives April 24.


I


Make a house

your home.


Conventional/FHA/VA
Construction/Permanent
Adjustable & Fixed Rate
Interest Only I Lot Loans
USDA Rural Housing







Loomis Shiver
584.2057

O Capital
Bank
www.ccbg.com


cit
City I


' % a 0 l No m j'<,


W.*rI atr*o .

tM ,- t*


)


... PUBLIC AUCTION

Saturday, May 3,2008 -8:30 a.m.

The Taylor County District School Board will conduct a sale of surplus property
located at the Transportation Department, 1004 E. Bay Street, Perry, Fla, on
Saturday, May 3, 2008. Five school buses will be for sale. All items are to be
sold at public outcry. Purchase of property is required to provide full payment
at the time of sale and remove property from premises within ten working
days. All property will be sold in an "as is" condition. The District has the right
to reject any or all bids'. All items will be available for inspection from 7:00 to
8:30 a.m. the morning of the sale. Additional information can be obtained by


Transportation Department at 850-838-2505.


Ig~,~i~S~~""""""~"~""""~"~fl


r -


1,


IAr"ul xaa d CAr4&car.s .
0.rrets (Nco)uflnn.p..ywaro


* contacting the












Entertainment


B-2 Perry News-Herald May2-3, 2008


Sume i.er; elbat ,,*~
Su mefikh rekc lbrSabo- nll


with Speed,

Or, calendars in Hollywood, May is the beginning of
summer. And for studio execs staring at box office
receipts that have trailed last year's figures for almost
every week during the past three months. summer
.couldn't have arrived sooner.
While the cinematic one-two punch of "Forbidden
Kingdom" and "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" raised the
otherwise languishing .market two, weeks ago, this
weekend is expected to really kick
things into high gear, with one big-
named blockbuster following every
weekend for the rest of the month.
Up first, opening today, is "Iron
Man." which has been in
development for longer than some of
its eventual audience has been alive.
One of Marvel Comics' staple
characters, Iron Man was created by
Stan Lee and Larry Lieber in 1963.
"Iron Man" is the latest comic book
adaptation to hit the market in the rush
following the phenomenal success of
the "Spider-Man" and "X-Men" films.
The movie follows . wealthy
industrialist and weapons
manufacturer Tony Stark (Robert
Downey Jr.), who is kidnapped by
terrorists in Afghanistan. Injured in
the attack, Stark creates a metal suit in
order to escape. Once free, Stark finds
himself becoming an unlikely hero. - " .
The early buzz has been very positive,
with a number of * flattering ,
comparisons to the first "Spider-Man"
film in quality. .
The film is rated PG-13 for some
intense sequences of sci-fi action'and
violence, and brief suggestive content.
Also opening today is the romantic
..2.1,,C,- Mlade. of Honor," starring
Patrick Dempsey and Michelle
Monaghan. Tom (Dempsey) is a
ladies' man who doesn't realize he's in
love with girl pal Hannah (Monaghan)
until she announces she's about to get
married and wants him to be her maid f '
of honor. Dempsey, most famous for
his role on "Grey's Anatomy," already
earned his romantic comedy cred with
the surprisingly endearing
"Enchanted." The film appears to be
attracting its share from both se,.e..
.and should provide an alternative c for i
those not looking for explosions, ithi 6
weekend.
"Made of Honor" is rated PG-: 3 for
sexual content and language.
Prepare to enter the fast lane nc,.
weekend when, the Wacho~\ ki
brothers bring us the live-aciion
adaptation of the beloved cartoon
"Speed Racer," which was one ot the
first popular Japanese anime import-
to the States in the 1960s. Speed
Racer (Emile Hirsch) enters a famous
cross-country rally in which his older i
brother was killed years bet-ie
Helping him along the way i, his
family, including parents John
Goodman and Susan Sarandon, and
his girlfriend Trixie (Christina Ricci). Also on his
side--perhaps--is the mysterious Racer X (Matthew
Fox).
The trailers provide us a glimpse of a colorful
stylized world created by the Wachowskis (who
brought us "The. Matrix" films) that looks one part
video game, one part paint factory explosion.
Honestly, I can't remember looking forward to a film
as much as this one when I still can't decide if it is
going to be incredibly good or spectacularly bad.
Either way, it should be a fun ride.
"Speed Racer" is rated PG for sequences of action,
some violence and language.
Trying to keep pace in the box office race will be the
Ashton Kutcher, Cameron Diaz starring movie, 'What
Happens in Vegas." In the film, two strangers meet
during a drunken night of excess and wake up the next
morning not only married but the co-winners of a $3
million jackpot. Now, if they want to keep their share,
they will have to stay married for six months. This is
the first feature film leading role since 2006's "The
Guardian" for Mr. Demi Moore, who has spent most of
his time lately producing, but Diaz is a veteran of
comedies such as these, which I like to call male-
oriented romantic comedies. Unfortunately, those
males will have many choices this month at theaters,
and this one may get left in Vegas.
The film is rated PG-13.
On May 16, "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince
Caspian" finds the Pevensie children a year after their
first adventure in the magical realm of Narnia.
Suddenly pulled back, they find themselves in a
strange land that little resembles the place they loved,
as it is now 1,300 years later. With Narnia now ruled
by a despot, the children must help return the throne to
the rightful ruler, Caspian. The four actors who
brought the Pevensie children to life in 2005's "The


ndiana Jones

Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" 'all return as does
Liam Neeson as the voice of Asian. While "Prince
Caspian" was not my favorite of the seven books that
make up C.S. Lewis' "Narnia" series, the trailers show
quite a bit of action injected into the battle scenes that
passed so quickly in the book.
There have been rumors kicking up everywhere
lately about the long-term prospects for the
continuation of the series, with only
2010's projected release of "The
Voyage of the Dawn Treader" being
the subsequent book guaranteed a
movie adaptation. Producer Mark
Johnson said at the New York
Comic Con several weeks ago that
there were no plans for additional
films, but then days later MTV
reported that he had told them that a
list of directors for "The Silver
Chair" (the fifth book) was being
compiled. All of this, most likely,
depends on the performance of
"Prince Caspian" which will see
much more competition this month
than the first film did during the
holiday season of 2005. It will,
however, have the benefit of being
the only film released wide during
its weekend.
SPc' I11.11-.l tlie most anticipated film
-' -I 2.l.''. let alone for the month,
vi ill be I 1 ing theaters Thursday,.
Ni.,4 22 Of course, I'm talking
jh>,ut Indiana Jones and the
Kingdom of the Crystal Skull."
E E.rI, .,th Ilst a few weeks to go
unLiil ii. release, the known facts
abuti tiHi. long-waited (19 years!)
,iii i'l! I in .illment in (the Harrison
: .*3 F.i J d- 1.11 ni.ffaI chise o-uld.fit:iiha
liir" ihimle \\ith director Stephen.
".. Sp ielhc I y holding tlareats of
I- I., Llu'- ,' er his cast and crew,
. leI.iks hai'. been few and far
bhci -.een. \\ hat can be gleaned from
Illc tliilei. however, shows Indiana
Sdorniig his hat and whip once again
. , :' ',,car, aleJ completing his last
C ..: uc.e. Supposedly the villains this
time around will be the Soviets, but
S'like 'I said, nobody is sure. Some
familiar faces will be back (Karen
Allen from "Raiders of the Lost
j ^Ark" for one), and some new ones
will be joining the adventure,
Z including Shia LeBeouf, fresh off
his rumble with the "Transformers"
last summer.
As far as I can tell, the film is not,
Syet rated, but first three were all PG
or PG-13.
Opening against Indiana (on that
4.- ^ Friday) 'is the latest Uwe Boll-
directed video game adaptation,
"Postal." Supposedly an attempt by
Boll to offend everyone as much as
possible, from what I can tell, he
will succeed. The plot involves
cults, an amusement park robbery
and the Taliban. Need I say more?
The movie is rated R for extremely crude humor
throughout, including strong sexuality, graphic nudity,
violence, and for pervasive language and some drug
use.
Finally, the rare fifth weekend of the month brings
us two movies, the first of which is another
continuation of a beloved series, this time one from
television: "Sex and the City." The movie is set four
years after the end of the show, as Carrie (Sarah Jessica
Parker) and her three friends Samantha (Kim Cattrall),
Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte (Kristin
Davis) prepare for her upcoming wedding to Mr. Big
(Chris Noth). Much has been made in the press over
the past several years about the film's delays, mostly
blamed on Cattrall's demands for additional money
and bickering among the castmates. Even so, while I
cannot include myself among the show's ardent fans,
everyone I know who can is eagerly looking forward
to seeing their old friends in action.
"Sex and the City" is rated R for strong sexual
content, graphic nudity and language.
And finally, we have "The Strangers," a
horror/thriller starring Scott Speedman and Liv Tyler
as a husband and wife terrorized in their home by a
group of masked... well, strangers. The trailer is rather
disturbing, and if I enjoyed movies such as these, I
would probably add it to my list of films to see.
According to its publicity, "The Strangers" is inspired
by true events, but as far as I could find but, that
basically means it's based on any number of home
invasions and/or murders.
The film is rated R for violence/terror and language.
While it is not expected to surpass last year's trifecta
of "Pirates." "Shrek" and "Spider-Man," this month
should make a good start for the summer season. With
"The Dark Knight," "Hellboy II," "WALL*E" and
more, this summer will be hot at the box office,.


The Shanghai


Artist


world

"If there is a s
currently in cir
produces a more b
than the Shanghai
name doesn't immed
mind."
-- The Ne
The Artist Series


County. music
music at the Suw


JAM RE



the we

By ANGELA CASTEL
Staff writer
Country music fan
now and go for the g
Suwannee River
annually at the S
Suwannee Park in Li
But don't get the
package for the endl
bottomless drinks.
(semi) private bathro
Treat yourself s
totally awesome
views of the megaw
who take the stagi
musicians like Brad
tossing keepsakes in
you're sure to be in t
catching' range.
Paisley's appears
year's event last S
electrified the audie
them rocking well af
Although a heavy
early in the day lef
around the edges, evi
their feet and cheer
award-winning arti


1.1
t.




.ini


Quartet will perform Sunday, May'4, at Opperman Music Hall in TallahasseeA, A?


Series will close season with '


renowned Shanghai Quartet"

string quartet will close out its 2007-08 season 25 years ago, this versatile '-
rulation that with a performance by the ensemble is known for its -
eautiful sound internationally renowned string passionate musicality, impressive. -
Quartet, the quartet, The Shanghai Quartet. technique, and multicultural, :'
diately come to They will perform Sunday, May innovations.
4, 2008 at 2:30 p.m. in Opperman "The Shanghai Quartet's elegant;-:
w York Times Music Hall. style of melding the delicacy of:
of Tallahassee Originally formed in Shanghai Eastern music with the emotional: _R
breadth of Western repertoire
allows them to traverse the genreg
from traditional Chinese fol k
music to cutting edge
contemporary classical works ,
orRanizers said. .
i..- The quartet regularly tours -he..
Srear music centers of North and.
South America, Asia and Europe:
,Th leave a ped-9 fre3. ent at,
* - ' N. 'pYork'sm tieisfet'I stilll' an1f .
their travels have taken them from -
London. Vienna and Praaue, to
Australia's Sydney Opera House.
Their extensive discography has
srou n to 24 recordings. Current .
recording projects include the:
Scom plete Beethoven string 0
.. quarretS (Camerata), and ar� -
X.v scheduled for completion in 200se; .'
The Shanghai Quartet's wide ari .
4f media projects includes tLe
sound rack 'and a came o..,-
j ppea aince in Woody.Allen's 200s5�
.'fihni ' Melinda and Melinda"'---
"i Bartok Quartet No. 4). They have; ..- 0
al.o appeared on PBS's Great.
Performances and can be heard-'-'i
i e ularhI N on NPR.
Sunday's energetic program will" '
include- Haydn's "String Quartet in' -
G Miajr. Op.,77," selections froM
ChinaSong arranged by first -
. ~ iolinilst Yi-Wen Jiang,and.:
Beelthi men's "String Quartet in A'. ,
n . -h cminoi , 0p. 132."
. n kp pThe performance is sponsored- j
hi b, Capital City Bank. Visit the..-;.9
Shanghai Quartet Web site at
star Brad Paisley capped three nights of www.shanghaiquartet.com for 3"�_
'annee River Jam. Photo by Dawn Taylor more information. 4
Tickets are still available -J'-
V through the FSU Fine Arts Ticket -1
Office, online art-,
www.tickets.fsu.edu, and byfieona
calling 850-224-9934.
h f a i Individual tickets are $25 for
adults, $20 for seniors (6z+) and._''
' fo 1 $10 for students (13+). Tte-,
performance is free to students 12
UCCI stage. The'screams reached an all- and under.
time high when Paisley struck up
s--start saving the cords for one of his popular
old at the next songs...which hails the delights I
Jam held of "Gettin' A Little Mud on the _
pirit of the Tires." 1
ive Oak. A giant flat screen set on-stage
premium VIP ensured that no one missed a Fri.& Sat. 7:30p.m. ioomin
ess buffet and moment of the rollicking and Sunday 4:00p.m. (PG13)
Or even for rolling show. Leatherheads
Dom. Paisley's appearance capped Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m.
imply for the three days of back-to-back country Sunday 4:00 p.m. (0 G .
and upclose music performances featuring such
/att superstars artists as James Otto, the Kentucky Iron Man Io
e. And when Headhunters and the legendary Fri.&Sat. 7:30 p.m. .
Paisley start John Anderson. Sunday 4:00 p.m. (PG13) '-
ito the crowd, Anderson, a perennial fan- COMINGATTRACTIONS , :r
he guitar pick favorite, was named the first Speed Racer stIarts May 9
inductee into the Suwannee River InoanaChronieso Nas sarts May 122
dance at this Jam Hall of Fame during a brief Kurng Fu Panda '
aturday night ceremony Saturday night. The F~orIooirho iriscnaiJaim gcai50371iiI2
nce and kept presentation honored Anderson for BOX OFFICE PRICES
ter midnight. his commitment "to rockin', Sunday Matinee $4.00 All Seats
vy downpour swingin' country music." All other showings $5.00 All Seats
t many damp For more on the jam and how 118 E. ParkSt.(behindFoodland)223-6684
eryone was on you can reserve your seat for the COUPON .'....... . .
ing when the 2009 event, visit online at I Buy I Ticket Get 2nd $3.00I
ist took the musicliveshere.com. L a 2.,...,,,v`. _' -.. ` "4--. .j -


r


I

I

I





ri
i*f
ifif
(I


I



I.










1.






|


';-: -*' rI'?' � liiBREBRBP'- Ir;~lP~EPIYdlB�l~llbBpgli















B-3 Perry News-Herald May 2-3, 2008


WEEKDAY MORNING

OABC INews Good Morning America cross ICross | Martat
13 NBC Paid Early IToday Ellen Show
0 HBO Movie Varied Programs Movie |Varied
. ABC News News ' Good Morning America Regis and Kelly Young Young The View
0 ESPN SportsC Varied SportsCenter SportsCenter SportsC Varied SportsCenter SportsCenter
0 CBS News The Early Show Griffith Feud Martha Stewart The Price Is Right
0 FOX Believers Womack Varied Paid Montel Williams Cristina's Hatchett Cristina's| Paid The 700 Club
D PBS Place Lions Arthur Curious Curious Clifford Super Dragon Sesame Street Big |Word
0 WGN Swag Meyer Chang Believers Hillbillies Hillbillies Matlock Nash.Bridges Nash Bridges
0 CW The Daily Buzz. Lopez | Lopez Steve Wilkos Tempt |TBA
B MAX Movie Varied Movie Varied Programs Movie Varied Programs
S TNT Angel Angel Charmed Charmed ER ER
M NICK Varied Neutron OddPar OddPar Sponge Dora Back Go Diego Pets |Dora Ni Hao iYo
ED FAM Meyer Varied Sister Sister Sabrina Sabrina Step Living The 700 Club Gilmore Girls
M SPIKE Paid Paid Pald Paid Paid Paid- Star Trek: Voyager The Shield Disorderly Con.
M BET BET Morning Inspiration Strokes Strokes Malcolm Malcolm 106 & Park
ED DSC Paid Varied Programs Life To J. Meyer Paid Made How Do Cash Cash Deadliest Catch
SE SUNPaid Money Paid Paid Public Paid Paid Varied Programs
SE LIFE Paid Paid Balanc Married Nanny Nanny Golden Golden Frasier Frasier Will |Will .
B A&E Paid Varied Third Watch Crossing Jordan Crossing Jordan The Sopranos American Justice
S) SCIFI Paid Paid Paid Paid Varied Programs
ED TLC Hip-Harry Peep HI-5 Wlbur Bigfoot |Blndil Baby |Baby |Baby |Baby | Wedding Little
SD AMCMovie Varied Programs Movie , Varied Programs
D HIST Varied Programs
9) VH1 Jump Start |Varied Programs Fresh |Varied Programs
B ESPN2 Mike and Mike in the Morning . (9:58) ESPN First Take
C HGTV Paid Varied Programs Duvall I Did Varied Programs Mission Chal Homes IVaried 124 Hour
j) FX Varied Paid Malcolm Malcolm Dharma Dharma Spin City Spin City Movie
2 TBS Harvey Harvey Saved Saved Saved Sa ed Fresh Pr. Fresh Pr.Movie :
9 USA Becker Becker JAG JAG Monk Texas Ranger Texas Ranger
@0 DISN Stanley JoJo Wiggles IHiggly Einsteins MIckey Handy |Tigger Bunny ICharlie Doodle Koala
ED EITVBloomberg Television El News Daily 10 Varied Programs

SATURDAY PRIMETIME

ABCNewsN)ABC Ent. Tonight "Chronlcles of Naria: Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe New s i SIMi
0 NBC Horses INBC Ent. Tonight Medium I Law Order: CI Law & Order Insider SNL
0 HBO (5:15) *** "Dreamglrls" ** "'The Astronaut Farmer" (20071 |Countd Boxing ili- iDiehard
0 ABC ABC News (N1 Edition Frasier "Chronicles of Narnia: Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe" News iri|1Law SVU
0 ESPN SportsCenter (Live) Boxing | Boxing | Baseball Tonight i.. SportsCenter
0 CBS News |CBS Griffith Griffith ICSI; Miami 48 Hours Mystery An explosive divorce. News (N) CSI Mi
1 FOX MLB Baseball NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup -- Dan Lowry 400. (Live) - MADtv
C0 PBS (5:00) Carrier (N) Lawrence Welk Time | Keep Up Served | Summer Summer |Minister Globe Trekker
0 WGN Home Videos WGN at 60 Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV WGN News at Nine Scrubs Reno
D CW X Files |Still Stnd Will WillI King King Cheaters iIIi Cheaters Cops Sex & Sex &
(D MAX (:15) *** "Three Kings" (1999) 'R' (:15) * "The Marine" (20061 John Cena * "License to Wed" 120071 Sin City
SE TNT (5:30) ** "Varsity Blues" Pregame NBA Basketball; Cont Semn Tearrm. TBA Inside the NBA Harold
01 NICK Drake Drake Drake Drake ICarly Zoey 101 Zoey 101 Lopez . Lopez Home Im Home Im
ED FAM ** "Uptown Girls" 12003) * * "Where the Heart Is" 120001 * * "Uptown Girls" (2003i
ED SPIKE DEA |DEA DEA IDEA Ult. Fighter TNA iMPACT!
SM BET 106 & Park: Top 10 Live |Hell Date College Diff Wrld Diff Wrld I Diff Wrld Diff Wrld | Diff Wrid "First Time Felon"
SD DSC Expedition Alaska Expedition Alaska Blown Away Deadliest Catch Man vs. Wild Assem Assem
ED SUN Marlins [Marlins MLB Baseball San Diego Padres at Florida Marlins. (Live) Seminole| FIGHTZONE Presents (N)
SD LIFE "Like Mother" "Christie's Revenge" (20071 "A Teacher's Crime" (2008i Piemiere Grey's Anatomy
ED A&E ** "The Outsiders" (19831 Matt Dillon I* *'* "Under Siege" (1992) Sleven Seagal |TBA Flip This House il)
ED SCIFI "Kraken: Tent" "Ghost Voyage" (2008. Suspense) * "Beneath Loch Ness" 20011) "Lost-Bermuda"
.ED TLC Property Ladder WaSted Green Flip House Trading Spaces |Moving Up i i Flip |House
B AMC (5:15)*** "Jurassic Park" (1993) ** "U.S. Marshals" 119981 Tommy Lee Jones "Navy SEALS"
SD HIST Ax Men Modern Marvels Alaska: Dangerous Territory ' IAlaska: Big America
ED VH1 I Love the'80s: 3D I Love the '80s: 3D I Love the '80s: 3D Celebracadabra 40 Freakiest Concert Moments
SDESPN2 Boxing College Volleyball: NCAA Final NHRA Drag Racing: Midwest Nationals Auction Block
CD HGTV Get Sold I Potential My House To Sell Deserv Coldr IDivine House IHouse Color Get t
9S FX (5:30) ** "Darkness Falls" ** "Constantine" (2005. Fantasy) Keanu Reeves. * * "The Mask of Zorro" (1998)
19) TBS Seinfeld ISeinfeld King King "Lara Croft T orb Raider: The Cradle of Life" (PA) "Austin Powers: Mystery"
'ED USA ** "American Wedding" (2003) h aft4'aiOIldMrgIn" (2005) Steve Carell Law Order: Cl
S) DISN Wizards Wizards Montana Suite Cory IPhineas |*** "Stuart Little 2" (2002i Suite Suite Montana
EB EITV Prom Soup E! News Weekend Goldle & Kate: True Hollywood Story Sat. Night Live Soup Chelsea

MONDAY PRIMETIME

ABCNews(N)ABClEntertaI Dancng With the Stars Saman Bachelor-Londightline
0 NBC Judge INBC Entertain insider Deal or No Deal (iTV) (N) Medium (N) My Wife Tonight
0 HBO *** "The Devil Wears Prada" (2006) ** "Starter for 10" (2006) (:45) * * "Music and Lyrics" (2007) Sentinel
ABC News (N) ABC Inside |Holly Dancing With the Stars Saman Bachelor-Lond News 1Ji| Nightline
SESPN SportsCenter MLB Baseball Boston Red Sox at Detroit Tigers. (Live)R Baseball Tonight SportsCenter
0 CBS News (N) CBS Fortune Jeopardy Big Bang| Mother Two Men | Rules CSI: Miami (N) News (N) Late
0 FOX Seinfeld Raymond Simp Two Men Bones (N) House (N) INews (N)|TMZ (N) 70s Friends
0) PBS News-Lehrer Europe Served Antiques Rdsho American Experience (N) (DVS) Charlie Rose (N)
El WGN Funniest Funniest Home Videos Home Videos Home Videos WGN News at Nine Scrubs Scrubs
B CW Still Stnd Still Stnd King King Gossip Girl (N) One Tree Hill 0() News Sex & Will Will
B MAX * "The Reaping" (2007) 'R' (:45) ** * "Inside Man" 120061 'R' * "License to Wed" (20071 Ghost
ED TNT Law & Order Law & Order NBA Basketball: ConI Se -- Teams TBA NBA Basketball: Cont Semi
ED NICK Sponge Sponge Drake |Zoey 101 Sponge Drake Lopez |Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez
ED FAM 8 Rules 8 Rules Greek Greek (N) Wildfire (N) IHome Videos The 700 Club
ED SPIKE CSI: Crime Scene CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn "Urban Justice" 12007) Steven Seagal CSI: Crime Scn
ED BET 106 & Park: Top 10 Live ITBA Poker Poker Poker | Poker ( Poker | Poker Poker Diff Wrid
ED DSC Cash Cash Deadliest Catch Dirty Jobs Dirty Jobs (N) Verminators (N) Made Made
6E SUN Boxing Inside Inside Lights Lights Tennis: USTA in Magic I Gators Orange & Blue Debut
ED LIFE Reba IReba Still Stnd Still Stnd Reba Reba ** "Gracie's Choice" (2004) , Will Will
ED A&E Cold Case Files CSI: Miami Intervention "Sara" Intervention The First 48 Crime 360
BS SCIFI Stargate SG-1 Star Trek: Ent. Star Trek: Ent. Star Trek: Ent. Star Trek: Ent. Vampire Wars (N)
ED TLC What Not to Wear Little Little Little | Little Jon Kate Jon Kate Jon Kate Jon Kate Little Little
ED AMC (5:30) * * * "Wall Street" (1987) * * * "Die Hard" t 1988. Action) Bruce Willis (:45) * * "Death Wish"
ED HIST Perfect Crimes? Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Underworld Discoveries Underworld
9) VH1 Fabulous Life Of... Celebracadabra The Flavor of Love The Flavor of Love Miss Rap Supreme The Flavor of Love
E ESPN2 NASCAR Burning Madden NFL Live Arena Football: Rush at Storm Madden E:60 (N)
CD HGTV House Potential My IHouse ToSell Curb Potential Potential House House Buy Me Sleep
9D FX (5:00) * * "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" (2005) * * "Elektra" (2005, Actio.ni Jennilfe Garner ** "The Crow: Salvation"
ED TBS Friends Raymond Raymond Raymond Fam Guy Famn Guy Fam Guy Faim Guy Name Name Sex & Sex &
0 USA Law & Order: SVU Law Order: Cl Law & Order: SVU WWE Monday Night Raw (Live) Law & Order: SVU
ED DISN Suite Suite Montana Suite ** "Gotta Kick lt Up" |Raven Raven Life De Suite Montana
S EITV Wildest Soup El News Dally 10 25 Most Memorable Swimsuit Moments Girls Girls E! News Chelsea

WEDNESDAY PRIMETIME

B ABC News(N)ABC Enterta Wife Swap (N) Supernanny (N) Audition
0 NBC Judge NBC Entertain Insider Deal or No Deal (iTV) (N) Law & Order (N) My WIfe Tonight
0 HBO (5:45) ** "Iron Jawed Angels" (2004) *** "Gladiator" |2000| Russell Crowe. *R' 1(:45) *** "Jarhead" |2005)
D ABC NewstN)|ABC Inside |Holly Wife Swap tie |Supernanny (1J; Audition News t,)J|NIghtline
0 ESPN SportsCenter, MLB Baseball Cleveland Indians at New York Yankees. Baseball Tonight SportsCenter
0 CBS News (N) CBS Fortune Jeopardy Price Is Right Criminal Minds (N) CSI: NY (N) News (N) Late
D FOX Seinfeld Raymond Simp Two Men Til Death Back American Idol News (N) TMZ (N) 70s Friends
E PBS News-Lehrer Europe Educa Secrets-Dead American Masters Amer. Masters Charlie Rose (N)
B WGN Funniest Funniest Home Videos Corner Corner Becker |Becker WGN News at Nine Scrubs Scrubs
SCW Still Stnd Still Stnd King King Next Top Model Farmer-Wife News Sex & Will Will
B MAX Buffy ** "The Thirteenth Floor" (:15) * * "In the Land of Women" * "License to Wed" i2007) Super
E TNT Law & Order Law & Order NBA Basketball: Cont Sem.r Teamr TBA NBA Basketball: ConI Semi
D NICK Sponge Sponge Drake Zoey 101 Sponge Drake Home Im Home Im Lopez Lopez Fresh Pr. Fresh Pr.
E FAM 8 Rules 8 Rules Grounde Grounde ** "Dr. Dolittle" (1998) Eddie Murphy. Home Videos The 700 Club
B SPIKE CSI: Crime Son CSI: Crime Sen CSI: Crime Son UFC Unleashed Ult. Fighter DEA
E BET 106 & Park: Top 10 Live Access College Iron Ring Poker The Wire iff Wrd iff Wrd
D DSC Cash Cash IMade Made Megabuilders MythBusters Factory Factory Made Made
B SUN Island I College Baseball Bethune-Cookman at Florida. (Live) Track Gator Lights Halls 2Xtreem
S LIFE Reba Reba Still Stnd Still Stnd Reba |Reba * "Christina's House" (2000) Will Will
B A&E Cold Case Files CSI: Miami 'CSI: Miami CSI: Miami CSI: Miami CSI: Miami
6 SCIFI Stargate SG-1 Ghost Hunters Ghost Hunters Children of the Grave (N) . "Ghost Advent"
6 TLC What Not to Wear Jon Kate Jon Kate Little | Little Little People Little People Little Little
6 AMC (4:15) * * * * "The Great Escape" * * "Striking Distance" I 1993i * * * "The Long Kiss Goodnight"


ED HIST Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Ir llMonsterQuest UFO Hunters i ll UFO Files
SE VH1 The Flavor of Love The Flavor of Love The Flavor of Love The Flavor of Love The Flavor of Love Miss Rap Supreme
S ESPN2 NASCAR Burning Softball DePaul vs. U.S. National Team. Boxing Wednesday Night Fights. (Live) Boxing
SHGTV House PotentiallMy House ToSell GetSoldlDeserv Dime House House Haulin Whats
D FX (5:00) ** * "Walk the Line" (20051 * * "Rent" (2005) Rosano Dawson. Taye Diggs Premiere * * "Rent" (2005)
S) TBS Friends Raymond Raymond Raymond Fam Guy Fam Guy Payne Payne Payne Payne Friends |Friends
) USA ILaw Order: CI Law Order: CI Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU ** "The Dukes of Hazzard" (2005)
B DISN Wizards Wizards Montana Suite "An Extremely Goof Movie" Raven Raven Life De Suite Montane
E EITV Keep Up Chelsea El News Dally 10 Going Postal: Violence Girls Girls E! News Chelsea


TUESDAY PRIMETIME

0 ABCNews(N) ABC Entertainndo Dcing-Stars Dancing-Stars IMurder Club News (N)Nigtine
0 NBC Judge NB~Ca Entertain Insider Moments| Saturday Night Live Law & Order: SVU MyWife Tonight
0 HBO (:15) ** "My Super Ex-Girlfriend" "Fantastic Four" |*** "Dreamgirls" (2006) Jamie Foxx. Brave
0 ABC News (N) ABC ' Inside Holly Dancing-Stars Dancing-Stars Murder Club News (N) Nightline
0 ESPN SportsCenter E:60 (N) Series of Poker Series of Poker Baseball Tonight SportsCenter
0 CBS News (N) CBS Fortune Jeopardy NCIS "Recoil" (N) Shark (N) CSI: Miami News (N) Late
(I) FOX Seinfeld Raymond Simp Two Men American Idol (:02) Hell's Kitchen News (N) TMZ (N) 70s Friends
(li PBS News-Lehrer Europe Served Nova (DVS) American Experience (N) Price Charlie Rose (N)
G0 WGN Funniest Funniest Home Videos Funniest Funniest Funniest Funniest WGN News at Nine Scrubs Scrubs
(0 CW Still Stnd Still Stnd King King Beauty, Geek Reaper (N) News ISex & Will Will
03 MAX (:15) * "The Hitcher" (2007) (:45) ** "Girl, Interrupted" r 1991 Win.:.rn Rider ** * "Crocodile' Dundee" Best Sex
ED TNT Law & Order Law & Order NBA Basketball: C.-ni :.-rnw , -- Tem TEA NBA Basketball: Corni S.em
ED NICK Sponge Sponge Drake Zoey 101 Sponge |Drake Home Im Home Im Lopez Lopez Fresh Pr. Fresh Pr.
ED. FAM 8 Rules 8 Rules Grounde. Ground Home Videos Home Videos Home Videos The 700 Club
ED SPIKE CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn DEA. CSI: NY
EB BET 106 & Park: Top 10 Live College "Like Mike 2: Streetball" (2006) College Iron Ring Poker Diff Wrid
11 DSC Cash |Cash Made Made Deadliest Catch Deadliest Catch (N) Alaska Exper. Deadliest Catch
ED SUN Midnight ACC 2 Xtreem Sports Sports Tarpon Fishing | Ship Flatsmasters EPL Soccer
SD LIFE Reba Reba Still Stnd Still Stnd Reba Reba ** "Guilt by Association" (2002) Will IWill
ED A&E Cold Case Files CSI: Miami The First 48 The First 48 Simmons|Simmons Gene Simmons
g9 SCIFI Stargate SG-1 Stargate Atlantis Stargate Atlantis Stargate Atlantis ECW (Live) "Bride of Chucky":
ED TLC What Not to Wear New Detectives Dateline Myst. Dateline Myst. Dateline Myst. Dateline Myst.
ED AMC ** * "Death Wish" 11974) 1**** "The Great Escape" (1963) Steve McQueen, James Garner. GunsNav
E* HIST Mega Disasters Modern Marvels Mega Disasters Mega Disasters Ax Men Modern Marvels
69 VH1 Miss Rap Supreme The Flavor of Love 40 Hottest Hotties of the '90s Celebracadabra Viva Hollywood
ED ESPN2 NASCAR Burning Softball: U.S. vs. Va. Tech Greenspan: At the Heart of the Games E:60 (N)
CD HGTV House Potential My House To Sell Kitchen Secrets HHouse House |House My IPotential
9D FX (5:30) ** "'Elektra" (2005, Action) *** "Batman Begins" (2005, Action) Christian Bale. "Batman Beginrs"
9E TBS Friends Raymond Raymond Raymond Fam Guy Fam Guy Fam Guy Fam Guy Office |Office Sex& Sex &
e USA Law & Order: SVU Law Order: CI Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU NCIS Monk
M DISN Life De Life De Montana Suite ** "Quints" (2000) . Raven Raven Life De Suite Montana
93 EITV True Chelsea El News Daily 10 Prom Nightmares Keep Up Keep Up Keep Up El News Chelsea

THURSDAY PRIMETIME

ABCNew C Entertaninse Ugly Betty (N) Grey's Anatomy (N) (:02) Lost (N) News (N) Nightline
1 NBC Judge NBC Entertain Insider Name (Scrubs Office 30 Rock (:01)ER (N) MyWife Tonight
I1 HBO M~y Luck "Life Support" '(2007) Hear and Now (N) Costas NOW Cat Pathfl
SABC News (Ni) ABC Inside Holly Ugly Betty (N) |Grey's Anatomy (N)1(:02) Lost (N) News (N) Nightline
0 ESPN SportsCenter (Live) NBA NBA Basketball: Conf. Sermi. -- Teams TBA NBA Basketball: Conf. Semi.
0 CBS News (N) CBS Fortune Jeopardy Survivor: Micro CSI: Crime Scn Without a Trace (N) News (N) Late
D FOX. Seinfeld Raymond Simp Two Men You Smarter? Don't Forget News (Nj TMZ (N) 70s Friends
0 PBS News-Lehrer Europe Served Cross | Fla. Face Old House Hr. Windsor Castle Charlie Rose (N)
(B WGN Funniest Funniest Home Videos *** "Bollel Room" (2000) WGN News at Nine Scrubs Scrubs
(B CW, Still Stnd Still Stnd King King Smallville "Quest" | Supernatural (N) News |Sex & Will Will
D MAX "Borat: Cultural Learnings" (:45) ** "What Lies Beneath" (2000) 'PG-13' ** "The Break-Up" (2006) 'PG-13',
ED TNT Law & Order Law & Order ** "A Knight's Tale" (2001) Heath Ledger. ** "A Knight's Tale" (2001)
ED NICK Sponge |Sponge Drake Zoey 101 Sponge |Drake Home lm| Home Im Lopez Lopez Fresh Pr. Fresh Pr.
ED FAM ** "Dr. Dolittle" (1998) Eddie Murphy. "Dr. Dolittle 3" (2006) John Amos. Home Videos The 700 Club
MD SPIKE CSI: Crime Scn | CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn ITNA iMPACT! (N) Ult. Fighter
M BET 106 & Park: Top 10 Live BIk Car "Uncle P" (2007) Master P, Romeo. Presents Presents DiffWrld DiffWrld
e( DSC Cash Cash Made Made Atlas-France. Atlas: Japan Dirty Jobs Made Made
gE SUN Sports Marlins MLB Baseball Milwaukee Brewers at Florida Marlins. (Live) Fishing Ship Florida Fishing
ED LIFE Reba Reba Still Stnd Still Stnd Reba IReba * "The Glass House" (2001) Will IWill
B A&E Cold Case Files CSI: Miami The First 48 The First 48 Crime 360 The First 48
E SCIFI Stargate SG-1 * "Resident Evil" (2002) Mille Jovovich. ** "Resident Evil: Apocalypse" (2004) (:01) "Route 666"
ED TLC What Not to Wear Rides Overhaulin' (N) American Chopper Miami Ink (N) American Chopper
0E AMC ** "Striking Distance" (1993) **** "Planet of the Apes" (1968) |** "King Kong" (1976)
B HIST Modern Marvels Modern Marvels Ax Men Ax Men Tougher in Alaska Modern Marvels
SE VH1 Kid's a Star Kid's a Star Kid's a Star Kid's a Star Kid's a Star Celebracadabra
E ESPN2 NASCAR Burning NFL Live MLS Soccer Chicago Fire at D.C. United. Baseball Tonight SportsCenter
GD HGTV House Potential My House ToSell |Myles |Divine |Kitchen House House Property First
jD FX * "Dude, Where's My Car?" (2000) * "Just Married" (2003) Christian Kane * "Just Married" (2003) Christian Kane
E) TBS Friends Raymond Raymond Raymond Friends | Friends ** "Van Helsing" (2004) (PA) Hugh Jackman. |Sex &
M) USA Law Order: ClI Law Order: Cl Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order:.SVU Burn Notice
GB DISN Wizards Wizards Montana Suite ** "102 Dalmatians" (2000) Raven Life De Suite Montana
|M EITV Snoop Chelsea E! News Dally 10 Met Gala | Rock Star Wives Keep Up Girls E! News Chelsea


SUBSCRIPTIONS rry


TL[ . P.O. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348 Herald


m


I


I


FRIDAY PRIMETIME

S ABC Ne-w-s-(N)ABC E-ntertain Inside 120/20:Sistine Duel (N) 120/20 News (N) Nightline
0 NBC Judge NBC Entertain Insider Moments|Moments Dateline.NBC My Wife ITonight
0 HBO Soapdlsh|(:45)*** "Ghost" (1990) Patrick Swayze. **** "Children of Men" (2006) 'R' Ringo Starr
1 ABC News (N) ABC Inside Holly 20/20: Sistine |Duel (N) 20/20 News (N)| Nightline
0 ESPN SportsCenter (Live) NBA NBA Basketball: First Round -- Teams TBA NBA Basketball: First Round
0 CBS News (N) CBS Fortune Jeopardy Ghost Whisperer I Moonlight "Click" NUMB3RS (N) News (N) Late
0 FOX Seinfeld Raymond Simp Two Men ** "Are We There Yet?" (2005) News (N) TMZ (N) 70s Friends
(1 PBS News-Lehrer Capitol Served Wash |NOW | Antiques Rdsho Bill Moyers Journal Capitol C. Rose
(D WGN Funniest Funniest Home Videos MLB Baseball Chicago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals. News Scrubs
[D CW Still Stnd Still Stnd King |King WWE Friday Night SmackDown! (N) News Sex & Will . Will
D MAX Bandidas (:40) * "Big Daddy" (1999) (:15) ** "Phat Girlz" (2006) Mo'Nique. ** "The Whole Nine Yards" Holly
SD TNT Law & Order Law & Order Law & Order Law & Order Law & Order Law & Order
II NICK Zoey 101 Zoey 101 Drake Zoey 101 Zoey 101 (N) Zoey101 Tak Lopez Lopez Home Im Home Im
D FAM 8 Rules 8 Rules Grounde Grounde ** "Down Periscope" (1996) Home Videos. The 700 Club
0 SPIKE CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scn CSI: Crime Scene |UFC Fight Night DEA
ED BET 106 & Park: Top 10 Live College "Motives 2: Retribution" (2007j) Iron Ring Poker Diff Wrld Diff Wrld
ED DSC Cash Cash Made Made Survivorman I Man vs. Wild (N) Man vs. Wild Made Made
SD SUN Board Up Miami (N) College Baseball Florida at South Carolina. (Live) Island Brawl Track Boxing
SD LIFE Reba IReba Still Stnd Still Stnd Reba Reba "Making Mr. Right" (2008) Dean Cain. Will Will
B A&E Cold Case Files CSI: Miami CSI: Miami CSI: Miami CSI: Miami The Sopranos
9) SCIFI Stargate SG-1 Stargate SG-1 Sarah |Sarah Doctor Who (N) Battlestar Gal Doctor Who
gE TLC What Not to Wear What Not to Wear What Not to Wear What Not to Wear 10 Years Younger What Not to Wear
ED AMC (5:30) *** "In the Line of Fire" (1993) *** "Jurassic Park" (1993) Sam Neill. |(:45) ** "Species" (1995)
ED HIST Shockwave Modern Marvels Ax Men Shockwave | Battle 360 History's Mysteries
@9 VH1 The Flavor of Love The Flavor of Love The Flavor of Love Week Celebracadabra |Hogan Week Miss Rap
B ESPN2 Lines Burning Countdn- NASCAR Racing: Nationwide Series NBA Basketball: First Round
ID HGTV House Potential My House To Sell PotentialI Color | Divine House | House Get Sold Parents
D FX 70s 70s ** "Duplex" (2003) Ben Stiller. ** "The Stepford Wives" (2004) The Riches
GE TBS Friends Raymond Raymond| Raymond Raymond Raymond *** "Ocean's Eleven" (2001) George Clooney. Sex &
0D USA Law Order: Cl Law & Order: SVU *** "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" (2005) Steve Carell. I House "Forever"
ED DISN Suite Suite Montana Suite *** "The Incredibles" (2004) |Raven Life De Suite Montana
KD E!TV Keep Up Chelsea E! News Daily 10 Prom Nightmares Girls .Soup Girls E! News Chelsea

SUNDAY PRIMETIME

SABC INews (N) ABC Home Videos Extreme-Home Husewives Brothers & Sisters News (N)C
0 NBC Sports NBC Dateline NBC Monk Psych Law & Order: SVU Paid Without
0/HBO "The Lake House" (:15) * "Deck the Halls" 12,06 PG' "Fantastic Four"' | * * * "28 Weeks Later" 'R'
0 ABC ABC INews (N) Home Videos Extreme-Home Housewives, |Brothers & Sisters News 1J)| Access
0. ESPN SportsCenter Baseball Tonight MLB Baseball Chicago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals. SportsCenter
E CBS News CBS 60 Minutes Cold Case Dexter Dexter "Born Free" News (N) CSI Mi
CD FOX Raymond 70s King-Hill |Simp Simp King-Hill Fam Guy Amer TMZ (N) Two Men Seinfeld
0 PBS Carrier "Get Home-itis; Full Circle" (N) Nature "Superfish" Masterpiece "Cranford" (N) Nova (DVS)'
E WGN Home Videos Funniest I Funniest Idol Rewind Home Videos News Replay Scrubs Corner
0D CW Gossip Girl Next Top Model Chris Aliens The IGirl Cheaters Cops Dead Like Me
0D MAX (5:35) * "Scarface" '1983) Ali P;ac.i. RF I* "License to Wed" '2)007i "Borat: Cultural Learnings" |Best Sex
E TNT ** "Tommy Boy" (1995) Crris Farlyv *- "Bad News Bears" 12,':,00 *'* "Bad News Bears" 12005 1
9) NICK Zoey 101 Zoey 101 H20 rjti Zoey 1011 Dance |Home lm Home Im Lopez |Lopez | Fresh Pr. Fresh Pr.
ED FAM ' * "Where the Heart Is" 120001JO ** "Matilda" 11996) Jra Wiison * ' "Hocus Pocus" 1993
ED SPIKE CSI: Crime Scn |CSI: Crime Scn *** "Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith" "Star Wars: Ep. III"
ED BET David E. Talbert's Fabric of a Man Diff WrId Diff Wrld Ditf Wrld |College Iron Ring|Poker BET Inspiration
EE DSC Dirty Jobs Dirty Jobs Dirty Jobs Dirty Jobs Dirty Jobs Dirty Jobs
' 6 SUN Saltwater Inshore Fishing ISports Sports ITarpon Fishing IShip Tarpon Tourn. Boater 'Softball
ED LIFE "A Teacher's Crime" (2008) ** "To Love, Honor and Betray" Army Wives Medium
ED A&E Cold Case Files The First 48 The First 48 The First 48 The Sopranos (:14) The First 48
6E SCIFI * * "The Grudge" ** "Jeepers Creepers" (2001, Horror) ** "Final Destination 2" (2003) Battlestar Gal
ED TLC Moving Up What Not to Wear What Not to Wear What Not to Wear What Not to Wear What Not to Wear
0E AMC (5:00) * * "U.S. Marshals" 11998 *** "Wall Street" (1987) Michael Douglas. . ** "The Karate Kid" 119841
M HIST Journey-BC |Gangland Ax Men Ax Men Ax Men (N) Shockwave
EB VH1 40 Dumbest Celeb Quotes Ever Celebracadabra Celebracadabra Viva Hollywood Celebracadabra
gU ESPN2 L.A. Auto Show NHRA Drag Racing Midwest Nationals -- Final Eliminations. Series of Poker Series of Poker
ED HGTV Sleep | Property My | To Sell Top Kitchens IHouse lHouse Property First Sleep House
9D FX (5:00) *** "The Mask of Zorro" ** "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" (2005) Brad Pitt Angelina Jolie. The Riches
E) TBS MLB Baseball *| * "The Bourne Supremacy' i(200-4 * * "The Bourne Supremacy" 2rj'041 "The Art of War"
D) USA ** "'The Dukes of Hazzard" (2005 �j � "Tne 40-Year-Old Virgin" 12,)051i Siive Careil Law & Order: SVU
MB DISN Suite |Suite Montana | Suite Montana Wizards. "Spy Kids 3: Game Over" Suite Suite Montana
MD EITV Cutest Child Stars El News Weekend Keep Up Keep Up Keep Up | Keep Up | Keep Up Keep Up Soup . Chelsea


I


lI


I

















B-4 Perry News-Herald May 2-3, 2008


fl









E-OBSSI


r4rw~w5~~


AUCTION HOUSE OF MADISON will be
having an auction this Saturday, May 3, at
6,0. 1693 SW Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360)
adison, Florida (850) 973-2959.
MAASTERCARD, 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
8 miles on the right. AU691-COL. RON
COX AB2490.
2/27-2/29PS

2-DAY AUCTION
TAYLOR'S
BUILDING SUPPLY
NO RESERVES - NO
MINIMUMS
5/2@12 & 5/3@10 EST
268 Hwy 98, Eastpoinit FL
1000's of Doors,
Windows, Lumber,
Appliances, Tools,
Equipment, Hardware,
Lighting, Roofing
www.AffiliatedAuctions.com
850-294-7121
J.Whin&onh AU3103 AB2286 13% BP


2-Family Yard Sale 316
Saturday 8 a.m. - 12 noon.
5/2


W. Bay St.


Yard Sale Saturday, off Johnson Stripling
Rd. turn left on Sam Poppell Rd at very
end of Road. Follow signs. Baby clothes,
baby toys, kids shoes, nursing uniforms,
women's clothing, prom dress and much
gore. ..

Yard Sale Sat , 8a.m. - 2 pm.
1130, S..Fair.Rs.on Rd..
between BP'and Dr. Shugars. N, 19 inside
shed, outside 50" screen TV, uniforms,
-crock's, bedding, lots of good stuff. Baby
furniture.
5/2
Garage Sale clothes, tools, crystal, lamps,
games, over 50 movies, music tapes,
furniture and more. pocket knife collection
at 95% off. 812 Johnson Stripling Rd.
5/2.
Toni's Big Yard Sale Saturday, 7 a.m. - 1
p.m. Rain or Shine, on Slaughter Rd by the
Highway Patrol Station. 2 riding lawn
mowers, 2 laptops, software, cd's, tools,
lots of stuff for men. Some of everything!
5/2
Yard Sale, Saturday, 8 a.m. - noon, 1306
S. Jefferson, across from Radio Shack.
Name brand kids clothing (sizes toddler to
junior) and shoes. Women's clothing and
shoes. Books, kitchen items, toys, home
decor, linens.
6/2 "
Redecorating/Sprihg� 'leaning Sale.
Quality items, Antique hand. painted
dresser, kitchen hutch, dishes, shoes,
purses, pilates beach video and more. You
don't want to miss this one! 1857 Morgan
Whiddon Rd. Saturday, May 3, 8 a.m. - 1
p.m. No Early Birds Please.
5/2
2-Family yard sale Saturday, May 3 (8
a.m. - 12) 209 E. Hampton Springs Ave.
4/30-5/2
Hwy. 98 West, under big Oak tree look for
signs. Friday and Saturday. 8 a.m. - until.
4/30-5/2
Open House Sale, misc. furniture,
household goods, sofa sleeper, juke box,
etc. 578-2228.
4/18-5/2
1104 E. Julia, Friday and Saturday 8 a.m. -
12 noon. Handmade crafts for Mothers
Day.

[ MT 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 2.006
1972 1993 2007
1973
Also want any annual
from Jerkins High School

Please call
Mark Southerland
850-584-6021
* 1


AMVETS Post 20 Community Yard Sale
1st Saturday of the month 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
On Woods Creek Rd.
5/2AV
Yard Sale Friday and Saturday, 8 a.m. -
until, off of'Johnson Stripling on Bernard
Johnson.
5/2
Opening Special Friday and Saturday 7
a.m. - Noon AVON STORE in Dairy King
584-7531. $1.00 hand creams, bonus size
deodorants, $3.00 purse sprays, moisture
therapy lotion, naturals.
5/2-5/30


Yard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. - until, 12 noon
at 1313 Pinecrest Street just past Taylor
High School, VCR, carlo cabinet,
computer desk, plus size clothes, shoes,
kitchen items a lot of misc.
5/2
Yard Sale prices at Dairy King 584-
7531/Month of May every Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. 6:30 a.m. - noon.
$1.00- hotdog; pancake, one item biscuits,
French Toast Sticks, $2.00 footlong dogs.
5/2-5/30,


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

Yard Sale 803 E. Wilson St. Behind g,:
County Jail off Hwy. 27 East Saturday, 8
a.m. - 2 p.m. girls NB to 24 mth clothes, 2
kids rockers, kids table & chairs, toy box,
movies, computer desk, end table, 100% LEATHER Living Rm Set, Lifetime
furniture, coming-ware, playstation one Warranty. NEW, still in crate. $850 OBO.
games, much more. Early Birds Welcome. 545-7112. Can Deliver
5/2 5/2GCN3
Multi-Family Yard Sale Saturday. Mission SALE May Special! Dairy King Under New
Trip Fund-raiser. 501 N. Byron Butler Pkwy Ownership, New Hours 6:30 a.m. - 11 p.m.
at Frith Abstract & Title Co. 8 a.m. - until. Free Medium shake with $5.00 purchase.
5/2 Mention add call 584-7531.
Saturday 8 a.m. - until, 1104 W: Willow St. 5/2-5/30
New handbags, men's and women's plaid $150 queen pillowtop mattress set, unused
shorts, t-shirts. A little bit of everything, with warranty, 222-7783
5/2 5/2GCN3
Big YardSale.Friday&Saturday8a.m.-1 $400 NEW NASA VISCO MEMORY
p.m. 187 Agner Acres. FOAM mattress set with warranty. Can
5/2 deliver. 222-9879
5/2GCN3
4-Family Yard Sale Saturday May 3 7 a.m.
.- poon 2145 Kasper Street (off of Woods 5 piece 100% MicroFiber Living Room set
Creek Road) Children & Adult clothing, $600, All New in boxes. Delivery
couch & recliner and much more! available. 222-7783.
5/2 5/2GCN3
Yard Sale Saturday, 8 - 12 2810 W. Page BED-KING PILLOW TOP Orthopedic
Rd. Take Woods Creek Rd to Page Rd Mattress Set. Brand new in plastic. Must
Look for signs. Toys t d ch.. ...mve. $400 545-7112
-more. `/UCN3
5/2
BEDRM: 4 pc. set still in boxes, $499, can
Yard Sale Saturday, May 3, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. deliver. Brand new! 222-7783
207 Woods St. Off US 19 South. 5/2GCN3
5/2 CHERRY - NEW QUEEN Louis Phillip
3-Family Yard Sale Saturday, May 3, 8 sleigh bed 7 pc bedroom set. $2400 value,
a.m. - until, off Puckett Rd. on Bradshaw must sell $999. 425-8374. Delivery
Blvd. follow signs, turn left on Debby St. available
5/2 5/2GCN3
Garage Sale Taylor Storage Center Hwy. DINING ROOM - Beautiful cherry table, 2
19 across from Votec, Sat. and Sun 7 a.m. arm & 4 side chairs, lighted china cabinet.
.- until. Brand new in boxes, can deliver. Must
5/2 move, $799. 850-222-9879.
5/2GCN3
Spring Cleaning Sale, Sat. May 3,8 a.m. -
12 noon. 213 East Green Street between FULL mattress set. $125. TWIN mattress
State Farm and Comcast. Ladies Clothing set. $100 BOTH NEW, 850-545-7112
size 10-12. Ladies Large shirts, girls 5/2GCN3
clothing 10-14, boys size 4-5, lots of toys,
girls twin bed, misc. household goods, Queen Orthopedic Pillow top. NEW
Fisher Price Basketball Goal, girls bike, mattress set in sealed plastic. Full
paperback books, VHS movies, warranty. Sacrifice. $279. Can deliver.
5/2 850-222-7783.
5/2GCN3
Estate Sale Saturday Only. Everything
must go including House, 4 miles down 6 piece PUB TABLE, solid wood & uphol
Woodscreek Rd. on left, look for white chairs. New in crate. List $1300 Take
sheet on mailbox. $590. 425-8374
5/2 5/2GCN3
Yard Sale Saturday 1407 N. Springfield St. 45x80 metal building never been put up.
8a.m. - 12 noon. Still on pallet. $12,500 1-850-926-3613
5/2 leave message
4/18-5/14
Yard Sale 1495 Morgan Whiddon Rd.
Saturday 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. silk flowers,' Piano Lessons Call Vicki Ratliff at 838-
linens, toys, bicycles, clothes lots of stuff. 5366.
5/2 4/30-5/9



WANT TO BUYY
93 Old Fireplace Brick Ol. odCi
Gold (scrap) ~ Diamonds ~ Old Comic Books
Coins (silver) & Paper Money ~ Taylor County Memorabilia

Used Furniture
Bedroom - Dining Room - Living Room - Bedding






IRONWOOD HOMES OF PERRY

850-838-9090


S2 BR $29,990!!

i ,A , M1- *3BR$39,990!!!
.- ,, , ... . , ..7 4 BR $54,990 !!!

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


Absolutely NO HIDDEN COSTS

Prices above include delivery, set-up,

AC, skirting, and steps!!!

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


Need Cash?
Got Junk?
Got Junk Cars, Tr
I buy Scrap Meta
850-838-JUNK (58
State Certified Sc
4/4tfRC
Used topper for Dodge Dakot
pickup truck. Call 584-8372.
4/30-5/2
$1,000 for Taylor Co. Auto Ta
Also Want FL Tags before 19
727-345-6627. gobuosl
www.floridalicenseplates.com
4/9-5/30




Cute"ohorkie Puppies, CKC
10 weeks odd, Mom and Dad
shots started, $150.578-2297
4/30-5/2
Red nose pit bull, 8 weeks
all wormed $150. Call 813-76
4/30-5/16


Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
ruck? removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
uck? - Select Group Realty @ 954-647-5057.
Is!! 6/21tfnSGR
865)
ales Commercial Building for Lease - Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
a or mid sized area. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 954-647-5057.
ags 1911-17. 7/2tfnSGR
I958 -IlJf. Southern Villas of Perrv


3@aol.com





C recognized,
d on premise,
7.

old, all shots,
60-0812.

In^\\


2005 Fleetwood Single Wide Mobile Home
2 bed/2 bath, Immaculate Condition. Fully
Furnished. Asking $23,500 Call 584-7956
or 843-0098 Leave a message.
4/25-5/30
$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
We Love Trade-in's...We are out of used
homes once again...bring this ad along
with your title to receive top dollar on your
trade. Call 838-9090.
4/231HP
VA loans available with no money down!
Call Prestige Home Centers 1-800-477-
2492.
12/12PH , , ' .. ,
Affordable New Homes...2BR starting at
$29,990...3BR starting at $39,900...4BR
starting at $54,990...5BR starting at
$69,990. Call 838-9090.
4/231HP
New or Used Mobile Homes with No
money down for Land Owners. Call
Prestige Home Centers 1-800-477-2492.
12/12PH
For Sale 3 BR/2 Bath...DWMH on 1/2 acre
lot...financing available WAC...payments
as low as $549/month.'Call 838-9090
4/231HP

rCome one... I ..
come all!

PERRY ELKS


BINGO
Monday 6:30 p.m.
Public Welcome
305 Puckett Road /


Taking applications for rentals 2 br/2 b
mobile homes set up in Everetts Mobile
Home Park. 1 rental for $375 and 1 rental
for $425 a month. Both require $300
deposit, water, sewer and garbage
included. NO phone calls, apply in person
only, Monday through Wednesday 9 a.m. -
5 p.m. references required. Ask for Ms.
Betty.
4/16tfEMH
Studio type apt (single house) private prop.
total elec.; city utilities, large yard, most
furniture, provided. Must see to appreciate.
$475/mo. + $400 sec. deposit. No pets, no
children, no washer. App. req. Contact
584-3095 for more info.
4/25-5/14
For Rent, Downtown Studio, 1 bedroom,
pet on approval, furniture available 584-
6880.
4/30-5/9


25th ANNIVEs4



Big Bend
Hospice

Your Hometown Hospice,
Licensed Since 1983


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

WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!
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
3 bed/2 bth House small bedrooms $560
per month. 1st, last and sec. deposit.,
1 Mobile Home $500 per month. It, last
and sec. deposit. No pets. Call 223-3227.
4/9tfLK
Newly Remodeled 2 room apartment for
rent. Off of Hwy. 19. All utilities paid.
Including once per month cleaning
service. Refrigerator, microwave, TV,
Cent. Heat/AC. $150 per week + $150
deposit. 1-850-926-3613
4/18-5/14

1 & 2 bedroom apartments available. Call
584-6666
12/5tfWO

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

Furnished rooms for rent. Call 838-1524
PIN#77
3/26tfWB

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

Mobile Home for Rent, close to town. Call
584-5076
4/23-5/2

2 br 2 ba house for rent at Cedar Island on
main canal with gulf view daily, weekly,
monthly 850-672-0065 850-578-2131
4/18tfRC


FIRST MONTH'S

RENT FREE





500 S. Warner Ave. :
Perry, Florida 32348
Hours: 8:00 - 4:30 Mon. - Fri. "
584-6842 TDD 1-800-545-1833-485

For approved applicants,
immediate housing available for ,
2 and 3 bedroom.
EHO


RN Case Manager
Full-time for Jefferson. Must have a current
,Florida RN License. BSN preferred.


Family Support Counselors
Part-time for Jefferson. Must have a Master's
degree in social work or related field and
two years experience prefei , cd


Great benefit package!

Interested candidates can apply in person at 801 SW Smith Street,

Madison, FL 32340 or by faxing a resume to (850) 575-6814
or apply on-line at www.bigbendhospice.org
EOE/DFWP/ADA * Smoke Free Workplace


I II 1 I


I � L


DW Newly remodeled home. Double city
lot for sale. 3/2, carport. screened back ,
porch, 2 out buildings, $59,500. Call Ken
at 352-220-2958.
4/18-5/14
For Sale By Owner - 1998 14x56 SWMH
excellent condition with 2.33 acres
included. 2 bed/1 bath. Central heat/AC.
Located off Woods Creek Rd. $35,000.
Call after 5 p.m. 850-584-8509.
4/18-5/2
Commercial building for sale 13,500 sq. ft
Old Badcock Furniture building. Call 850-
584-5891 Pete Fortner.
3/5tf BC
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/1 B - 602 W. Bacon St.:
Will consider owner Financino with Large
Down Payment. 584-4678.
3/2 brick on 2+ acres formal L/R, Ig family
room w/fireplace. large screened-in back
porch. 2207 US 221 N. $175,000. (850)584-
6526.
4/9-5/30

2 acres at Shady Grove, Store frbnt pluz
residential. $89,900 All Realty Service..
850-973-9990.
2/1tfARS

For Sale 7 1 acre lots, suitable for ali
types of homes. Corner of Fair Road and
West Page Rd. prices from $15,000 to
$25,000. Call 1-828-301-6308.
4/30-5/23
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.
tfEF
WANTED - Farm with old Farm House.
Call Jerry Shafer, Shafer Land Sales.
jerry@shaferlandsales.com 850-385-8060.
4/23-5/2
Land for Sale,by owner 4.6 acres on
'Econfina River at Shady Grove. $44,500
Call 584-3777.

Come

Join the

EI Fun!


BINGO


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

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










B-5 Perry News-Herald May 2-3, 2008


Warehouse/Delivery Person
Qualified individual will be responsible for
the daily warehouse and grounds
requirements, receiving, loading,
unloading and deliveries by truck.
Maintaining cleanliness of the property
inside and outside. Must have CDL,
current, valid driver's license and small
fork lift qualified. Full time position. Pay
range $8.00 to $10.00 per hour based on
qualifications. Drug free workplace. Apply
in person, Ware Oil & Supply Co., 2715 S.
Byron Butler Pkwy, Perry, FL 32348.
4/ltfWO

Need more income? Have a life insurance
license or willing to get one? We train and
:help. Top-rated company.-584-4455.
4/23-5/2


Ann Hodges' Gulf Breeze Real Estate,
LLC has two openings available for
licensed real estate agents. Call 584-
5101 or e-mail gulfbreeze@fairpoint.net.
4/23-5/16GB
CLERK NEEDED: Sea Hag Marina in
Steinhatchee is seeking to hire a self-
motivated individual with a passion for
people. Must posses excellent phone
skills, be able to multi-task and be willing
to submit to drug testing as well as work
weekends, Apply in person at 322
Riverside Drive.
4/23tfSHM
Semi-Retired Person needed for
inspections. $200-$300/wk. PT in Taylor,
Lafayette and Dixie. Fax 352-799-1225.
4/23-5/2



Teachers, another year is coming to an
end, 4 years of college to baby-sit?? Time
for" a nice vacation - Palm Beach, Boca
Raton, Puerto' Rico, Cancun, San
Francisco. You get the idea, or maybe its
just a dream. Well, at Primerica we make
dreams come true. Doing what you do
best, teaching. You can make $200-500 an
hour. We are part of the Citigroup, Call Mr.
Parker at 223-1266-0028 and lets talk.
5/2-5/7

Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS(5627)
Discover the rewards of being your best
' among the best!
Excellent work environment & competitive
compensation packages
FT Food Service Director
Coordinate all aspects of dietary service
in institutional setting, 3 meals daily +
limited special events; prior supervisory or
management experience in food service
industry strongly required. CDM/CFSP
preferred but not required.
FT/PT LPN direct long-term care staff
Unrestricted FL License required;
Experience preferred,
FT Home Health Aide
CNA certification & home health
experience a plus but not required.
Benefits include health, dental, life,
disability, savings, AFLAC supplemental
policies, access,to onsite daycare and
fitness facilities.
EOE; Drug Free Workplace, Criminal
backgrounds checks required. Apply in
person at ACV Personnel Department,
Mon. thru Fri., 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.,
-Carter Village Hall, 10680 Dowling Park
Drive, Dowling Park, FL, fax resume to
(386)658-5160.
5/2-5/14ACV


SECRETARY WANTED


Georgia-Florida Bark & Mulch

Must have excellent people and
-telphie skiflIs, a vuwel sG e Damil ar
with basic computer skills.
Job will be 40 hours a week.

Applications must be made in person
at 863 Highway 27 East, Perry, Florida
Call only if directions are necessary 850-584-4807






-TRUCK 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.





Are you an RN?
Are you interested in Short-Term Rehab?
Full-Time & Part-Time
3 pm - 11 pm, 11 pm- 7 am


LPNs
Part-Time, Weekends


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

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




I, -. . S.. 0.0660 6O


RN Supervisor - Part-time for weekends
LPN - PRN - All Shifts,
We aie 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.ON. Madison
Nursing Center.
1/30tfMNC
Avon Reps Needed! How would you line to
be your own boss? Start your own
business. I can show you how. $10 start-
up kit. Call BJ Today! 850-584-6289 or
850-843-2605.
11/2tf.BJ
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

Sea Hag Marina in Steinhatchee is
seeking 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
should apply in person at 322 Riverside
Drive, Steinhatchee. Extra preference will
be given to individuals with
clerical/accounting experience.
3/28tfSHM
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
Martin Electronics, Inc.
is currently accepting applications-for a
Machinist and Maintenance Repair
Person. All applicants are subject to pre-
employment drug screening and a
background check by BATF. Bring picture
iD and Social Security card or:Birth
Certificate and apply at .the Employ
Florida Mobile Unit in the K-mart parking
lot on Wednesdays or stop by MEI to
complete an application.
AAE/EEO/VNP
4/30-5/2MEI
SUMMERS COMING, WHERE WILL You BE?
Able and want to travel? We can help! Our
firm is looking for persons 18 and older for
summer and FT jobs. No experience
necessary, casual dress code. Learn as
you go, w/paid training. All travel and
lodging expenses furnished. Any bilingual
or Spanish speaking persons encouraged
to apply. Call Jobline at 1-866-350-2560.
4/30-5/2
Faculty Positions at North Florida
Community College
Developmental English and Reading
Instructor: BA/BS in English, Literature,
Language Arts, Reading or Journalism
(preferred - see website)
Developmental Mathematics Instructor:-
BA/BS in Mathematics or Mathematics Ed
See website at www.nfcc.edu for details.
EOE
4/25-5/7NFCC
Advent Christian Village
Current JOBS Line Advertisement
call 658-5627 or visit www.acvillage.net
24hrs/day, 7 days/week
Summer Program Opportunities
2 positions - PT Seasonal for the Summer
Group lead / facilitator position to oversee
elementary school age children during
summer program, including planning,
organizing and implementing daily
activities for group participants.
Experience with elementary school-age
children in group setting strongly desired.
CDA not required.
Camp-group assistant to assist the group
lead position in daily activities.
Experience with elementary school age
children in group setting preferred. CDA
not required.
Apply in person at Personnel Office
Monday through Friday from 9:00 am. until
4:00 p.m. or fax resume/ credentials to
(386)658-5160. EOE/Drug-Free
Workplace/Criminal background checks
required.

Swann

Bail s

Bonds

Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
"Where Everyday Is Springtime"
107 N 584-2757
Jefferson St. 584 - 2757


1997 Toyota T100 4x4 Auto, AC, runs
good $6,000 Call 838-3146.
4/23-5/2
1997 Lincoln Town Car, excellent
condition. $4,500 O.B.O. fully.equipped.
877-8495 or 838-6378. Can be seen at 101
Osceola Rd.
5/2-5/7
2000 GMC Sierra 2500, 8.1L, V8,
automatic, fully loaded, 104k miles. Call
672-2114.
4/30-5/9
2007 Gator 150cc motor scooter. Only 130
miles use. 90 mpg speed to 70 mph. Wife
didn't like it. Cost new S1.995 sell for
$1,450 Call 584-8372.
4/30-5/2
1997 Mercedes SL500 Red removable
hard top. retractable rag top, 85k miles,
excellent condition, (reference Mercedes
Service Manager) Approx. 3900 imported
in '97' "Life history" included with very
detailed service records for last 6-10 years
$21,000 Call 584-6037.
4/16-5/2




Two 2006 Arctic Cat 250 DVX 250 4-
wheelers, fully automatic, very low hours,
and well taken care of. One is green, the
other red. Factory racks on front and rear,
hi & low range. $3,800 for both or $1,900
each 080. (352) 498-5781 or (850) 584-
8563.
LDtf




J.D.'s .ree Service and Lawn Care.
Licerned and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
tfJD
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
Registered Nurse wants to work. 30 years
experience. Call Beth Dees RN at 584-
8959..
- 2/29-5/23
Bush Hogging, Grading and Tree
Removal. Call Bill at 578-2379.
10/19tfA2Z


TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours

~ Tile Floors ~
-~ Pet Odors~ -

584"CLEAN
(584-2532)

Bob's Lawn Service
Low cost lawn service and yard work,
Quality work, fair prices, free quotes, no
job to small. Call 850843-0956 8 am. to 6
p.m.
4/18-5/9
Southern Siding & Remolding LLC
Jay Swindle - Owner, Licensed & Insured
Vinyl Siding & Sofit, wood rot, fascia,
decks, screen rooms, windows, porches,
seawalls and more.
850-843-1731
southernsiding@yahoo.com
4/18-6/6

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
4/23-5/30


- �BBni~�l~l�s c I----


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


INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICIAN

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



We offer a competitive salary and
benefits package. Qualified candidates
can respond at Job Service of Perry,
850-584-7604.
EOE/M/F/D/V


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
Do you need someone to clean your
house? Will clean weekly or bi-weekly.
Dependable and honest.. Call Tammy at
223-3615 or 843-1957
4/30-5/30
B&S Cleaning
We'll do all your cleaning for you!
Vacuum, Sweep, Clean Bathrooms and
more! All for a reasonable price! Call for
more information. 223-1.734 or 843-4168
5/2

The Handyman experts LLC, honest wprk!
Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting,
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 578-3776 or Ceil#
838-6077. 25 years.
5/2tfJM




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 62-2007-CA-948-A-01
CAPITAL CITY BANK
Plaintiff,
vs.
DAVID T. COOPER; TREE CAPITAL CREDIT
SUNON,. and any unknown heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors, and other
unknown persons or unknown spouses
claiming by, through and under any of
the above-named Defendants,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that tlte
undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Taylor County, Florida, will on the 20th
day of May, 2008, at 11:00 o'clock A.M
at the Taylor County Courthouse, 108 N.
Jefferson Street, in Perry, Flo'rida 32347,
offer for sole and sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash,
the following described property situate
In Taylor County, Florida:
Lot Three (3) Block Thirty-Nine (39) of the
J.C. CALHOUND ADDITION TO THE TOWN
OF PERRY, FLORIDA, according to the
Map or. Plat of said J.C. CALHOUN
ADDITION on record in the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Taylor
County, Florida.:
pursuant to the Final Judgment entered
in a case pending in said Court, the style
of which is Indicated above.
Any person or entity claiming an Interest
In the surplus, if any, resulting from the
foreclosure sale, other than *he property
owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens,
must file a claim on same withth the Clerk
of Court within 60 days after the
foreclosure sale.
WITNESS my hand and official seal of
Said Court this 18 day of April 2008.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, persons with disabilities


HELP 01 -AU[OIE E-IE


GULF COAST

METAL , * 3' wie


.Full line of 3'Wide
accessories in stock Painted

Special Flashings Made -.All Types Warranted * Metal Available
Cut to your desired lengths Delivery Service Available
Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, P1.




Turn oil the



television.























Turn on their minds.


In school or at home, the newspaper

is a textbook for life.


Encourage your children to make
reading the newspaper a part:of their
everyday routine for lifelong learning.



STaO Times Peny News-Herald



Subscribe!
Mail $35 (in county) or $49 (out of county)
P.O. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348
or come by our office at 123 S. Jefferson St,


needing a special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
contact Court Administration at 108 N.
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347,
telephone (850) 838-3506. not later than
seven (7) days prior to the proceeding.
If hearing impaired, (TDD) 1-800-955-
8771, or Voice (V) 1-800-955-8770. via
Florida Relay Service.

Notice
Bid# 2008-05
TAYLOR COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL TRACK
PAVING PROJECT
The district School Board of Taylor
County is presently accepting bids for
the paving of the Taylor County Middle
School Track. Bids are due no later than
Friday May 9th, 2008. Bid specifications
and statements of terms and conditions
may be obtained at the
superintendents office, 318 North Clark
Street, Perry, Florida 32347. A pre bid
conference is to be held at Taylor
County Middle School Track May 5th at
9 a,m. For further information please
contact Dan Anderson; coordinator of
facilities at 838-2500.
5/2

In the County Court, In and For Taylor
County, Florida
Case No.: 07-503-SC
Division: Small Claims
Scruggs Concrete Company
Plaintiff,
vs,
Whittman's Concrete, LLC
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
(Formal Notice by Publication)
To: Whitman's Concrete, LLC
22735 Beach Road
Perry, FL 32348
You are notified that a Statement of
Claim has been flied In this court. You
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, on Plaintiff's
attorney, whose name and address
are:
Joel F. Foreman
Foreman & Olvera, P.A.
S492 West Duval Street
Post Office Box 550
Lake City, Florida 32056-0550
on or before the thirtieth day following
the date of first publication of this notice
and to file the original of the written
defenses with the .clerk of this court
.either before service or Immediately
thereafter.
Failure to serve and file written defenses
as required may.result In a judgment or
order for the relief demanded, without
further notice.
Dated on April 23, 2008.
Annie Mae Murphy
As Clerk of the Court
By Sallna Ford
As Deputy Clerk
05/02, 05/09


Notice Is hereby given to Patricia K. Souls
or Mondrey Griffin unless payment is
made on 1994 Buick Roadmaster VIN:
1G4BT52PXRR427181 for labor and
services on 5/14/07 Vehicle will be
auctioned on the 21st day of May, 2008
@ 10 am at Thomas Chevrolet 2128 Hwy
19 S, Perry, FL (850) 581-6221 per F.S.
713.585
5/2


The City of Perry
is hiring for the following
position:

Truck Driver/Laborer
This is a solid waste
collection position.
Req:. Must have a valid Florida
Drivers License and be able to obtain
. a CDL within 6 months
of employment.
- Salary Range: $8.87-$12.85

Applications are available:
Online: Applications and job '
Descriptions are available at
www.employflorida.com
(Register as a job seeker. Search in Taylor County.
Click on desired position.)
Send printed and completed
Application via mail
*To: Employment Connections
200 West Base Street, 2nd Floor
Madison, FL 32340
or
Fax: (850) 973-9757
Employment Connections Mobile Unit
. Wednesday's from 8:00 am to 5.00 pm in the
Kmart parking lot (1809 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.)
Employment Connections Madison Office
SLocated at 200 W Base St. Madison, FL 32340
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER


- -







B-6 Perry News-Herald May 2-3, 2008
_-', WE4 * " 1. .. " .-.


#gT r'S4FFICIAA WEkjSRri



NATIONAL CHAMPION
NO SECURITY DEPOSIT REQUIRED. RAM 1500 4X2, 0 DOWI ON LEASE, S399 ON PURCHASE 4 5.24%. FOR 72 MOS. RAM QUAD 1500 OC 4X2, SO DOWN. CARAVAN, S399 DOWN. AVENGER, LIBERTY,
CHARGER. TOWN & COUNTRY, S499. PT, SEBRING CONV., $799 DOWN. SEBRING SEDAN, 2 DR WRANGLER. PATRIOT, JOURNEY, S999 DOWN. DAKOTA, $1299 DOWN. 4 DR WRANGLER. $1399 DOWN.
GRAND CHEROKEE 51499 DOWN. COMPASS, $1699 DOWN. COMMANDER, ASPEN. GRAND CHEROKEE, S1999 DOWN. MILEAGE ALLOWANCE FOR ALL LEASE TERMS IS 10,500 MILES PER YEAR. FIRST
MONTH PAYMENT DUE AT LEASE INCEPTION. PAYMENTS/PRICES ARE PLUS TAX, TAG, TITLE, WARRANTY RIGHTS/ACQUISITION FEES AND ANY ACCESSORIES THAT HAVE BEEN ADDED TO VEHICLE. SEE
US FOR DETAILS. MUST TAKE DELIVERY BY 04/30/08. PROMOTION APPLIES TO ALL SALES ON OR AFTER 04104/08. MUST BE IN DEALER STOCK. PRICES & PAYMENTS INCLUDE FACTORY OWNER
LOYALTY REBATES (ANY CHRYSLER/DODGE/JEEP OWNER QUALIFIES. NOTRADE-IN REQUIRED.) SEE US FOR DETAILS. PICTURES FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY.
0 P,.- nR PT A -Mn n1 RAM h . A A e f08 RAM


,CRUISER


500 QUAD
4x2


MSRP .(Q 1. ... .15,655
LESS DISCOUNT ....-4660
DEALER OF THE YEAR PRICE...
Plus any ,1
accessories

OR it
Lease it for 36 mos.


MSRP.... o .'22.115
LESS DISCOUNT -11 065
DEALER OF THE YEAR PRICE...
accessories
ceres 00�o Example: 08563 Dodge
Bcord "~.' Ram: MSRP $22.115-
OR J V11 .('.-. Discount $5,185 = $16.930
OR ^-' for 60 mos. @ $282/mo.
Lease it for 36 mos. or
purchase it for 72 mos.


MSRP .: -. 20.165 07 NITRO
LESS DISCOUNT. ...168 NITRO
DEALER 0 THE YEAR PRICE...
Plus any
accessories . '
OR W no �*


S-- o AaIlic. U I0 U uuu oge uiiu
O0/% FOR 72 MONTHS MSRP $20.165-Discount $1,525=
..... "OMO $18,640 for 72 mos. @ $258/mo.


h2008 GRAND CARAVAN
� MSRP .. ."S1 '25.165
LESS DISCOUNT . . -6172
DEALER OF THE YEAR PRICE...
Plus any r is a
accessories


MSRP. .rC~ 19 . .. . '26,225
LESS DISCOUNT . . . .-11.228
DEALER OF THE YEAR PRICE...
Plus any se *
i accessories
0 Cord 'OF'- ". - . ...
o. P 7I . -
' Lease it for 36 mos.




08 PACIFICA MSRP . .b3, '25,395
LESS DISCOUNT. .-4.481
DEALER OF THE YEAR PRICE...
Plus any
accessoriestn, f) "A.
OR
' (00/O FOR 60 MONTHS


aU Ui8 di V70117


08 CHARGER

M9RP . -. .... *22,050
LESS DISCOUNT ................-3.,055
DEALER OF THE YEAR PRICE...
Plus any8,99
j accessories

S 0% FOR 60 MONTHS
07 COMMANDER


MSRP Q.... 075.94 ...$39,005
LESS DISCOUNT ......... -14,008
DEALER OF THE YEAR PRICE...
Plus any a ,
accessories 2 ONSW 7

C0% FOR72 MONTHS)


08 RAM 1500
QUAD 4x4


MSRP.Q ?, ................... 38,225
LESS DISCOUNT.......... ...-13.232
DEALER OF THE YEAR PRICE...
Plus any $ Af
accessories a m ^ 1 1

C0%,o, 60" MONTHS
08 RAM
1500 MEGAG
4x4 SLT A
MSRP ....Q. . .............38,860
LESS DISCOUNT .........-12,867
DEALER OF THE YEAR PRICE...
accessories *25,

o% FoR 60 MONTHS?


64I


07 CHRYSLER - ..
300
I MSRP ':":' .125.300
LESS DISCOUNT . . -5305
DEALER OF THE YEAR PRICE...
Plus any
accessories .

C 0,% FOR 60 MONTHS)

07 RAM 2500, -
MEGA4x.
DIESEL
MSRP ....... Q769......... s47,875
LESS DISCOUNT. ........... -14.002
DEALER OF THE YEAR PRICE...
Plus any ,,-
SORe 0


CO/


2008 .- 08 JEEP 08 JEEP
_ " WRANGLER ., RIOT COMPASS
ML \\iWh 2 DOOR


08-- Leaseit for


Lease ir ror
... 36 mos.


08 DODGE
DAKOTA


08 JEEP
WRANGLER,


Military Special Ex: Q8728
Jeep Patriot MSRP: $16055 -
$3560 = $12.495.


Rl Cartd


08412


rr72i~.
-I -


Lease it for
...36 mos. '
08 DODGE
AVENGER


/ ff Leaseit...
LJ , for 36 mos,,,


08 SEBRING
SEDAN


-U


I FOR 72 MONTHS)





] i08f286
Lease it for
.. O W .. 36 mos.


08 JEEP
LIBERTY - -



S 7 f L .ease mitfor
i L. LI 36mos.


08 GRAND
CHEROKEE



*<


SLease it for
...27 mos.


Lease it for
... 36 mos.


Lease it for
... 27 mos.


08 SEBRING
CONVERTIBLE


Gift Cord


Thank you for
your Loyalty...
Award Winning Service
from an Award
Winning Team!


^ iL A tz


Lease II...JO mUs.


A


CASS BURCH.COM


World Famous Deals


08 TOWN Just Arrived!
& COUNTRY 09 DODGE JOURNEY



V8061'09003
Lease it for 0 Lease it for
... 36 mos. O0 . 36 mos.


Lease I ror...jo mos.


Gif Card '.


aCHmRsLEu R , s CHRYSLER
EXIT 16 * HWY. 84 QUITMAN * 229-263-2277 EXIT 22 * N. VALDOSTA RD * VALDOSTA * 229-242-1540


I k.,r


vnmnln. mn""in nC, .3 n M:4;n