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zefly News-Herald


May 9-10, 2008


Perry man arrested in Orlando




Missing woman's car found here


A ..Perry man was one of two
suspects arrested in Orlando
Tliau sday for kidnapping and
armend robbery in the case of
.a "missing Tallahassee woman
, .,_ .-car was discovered in Perry.
.. of presstime,'the location of
'iFie woman, Rachel M. Hoffman,
:.2 . was still unknown.
.7According to reports, Andrea J.
GB-.li. 25, is a resident of West
Vil.i",. Street; the address of the
-iCcotid suspect, Deneilo R.
r'.iIi., * . 22, is not known at this
ri n.
.',.lI Ifter 5 p.m.'Thursday,
agents with the Florida Department
:of Law Enforcement (FDLE)
4tLIiudLl Green and Bradshaw in,


Orlando. Both subjects will be
interviewed and an update
provided as we have additional
information," Tallahassee Police
Department (TPD) Public
Information Officer David
McCranie said. .
Local officers joined Leon
County investigators in searching
for Green here in Perry, contacting
his mother at her job around 2 a.m.
Thursday and conducting early
morning door-to-door interviews
with other known relatives and
acquaintances, according to a local
source familiar with the family.
The missing woman's vehicle, a
2005 silver four-door Volvo, was
found parked behind a large oak


tree in an unpaved employee
parking lot adjacent to United
Welding Services on Industrial
Park Drive.
The vehicle was not easily
visible from the main road and was
partially obscured by shrubs
surrounding the tree.
* By 2 p.m., local deputies had the
area cordoned off with crime scene


tape and were not allowing anyone
near the area. Investigators from
the TPD were also on scene,
awaiting a unit from the FDLE.
Hoffman went missing around
7 p.m. Wednesday near
Forestmeadows Park on Meridian
Road in Tallahassee.
"Yesterday (Wednesday), Rachel
Hoffman provided assistance


during a police operation with the
Tallahassee Police Department.
The department continues the
investigation in an attempt to
determine the exact circumstances
of her disappearance. At this time,
investigators have obtained
warrants for the arrest of Andrea
Green and Deneilo Bradshaw for
kidnapping and armed robbery,"

NOlE


McCranie aid.
"We are actively following up
leads at this time and cannot
release any information which
might jeopardize the
investigation," TPD Inv. Travis
Bergeron, who was on the scene in
Perry, said. "Several agencies are
working this case. The vehicle will
be impounded and processed."


Seniors banned from trip


Controversy grows


over'senior prank'


The controversy over the so-
called senior prank and the
punishments dealt to the 15
students involved flared up this
week after the issue spilled over
into the district school board's
public meeting Tuesday night, then
spreading to regional media outlets
by mid-week.
The school board held closed ,
sessions Monday and Tuesday to
determine the punishments for the
students involved in a Thursday,
April 24. incident at Taylor County.
High School.
. According tcr Superintendent of
Schools Oscar M. Howard Jr., the
students gained entrance into the
main school building around
midnight through an open
window; from there, they accessed
other classrooms by climbing
through the ceiling.
"They took all of the furniture
out of the classrooms and put it in
the hallway. They scattered
confetti, put Vaseline on all the
doors. used markers in the
classrooms...and just made a mess.
They unloaded every classroom
except for two," Howard said.
"They took all of the student
desks out of the upstairs
classrooms and brought them into
the hallway," TCHS Principal
Michael Thompson said. "They
removed all of the desks from the
downstairs classrooms and
arranged them in the courtyard..
There was toilet tissue, confetti
and balloons left everywhere and
the;class motto 'Born to Rule, Dare
to Dream' was written on some
desks.


"However, there was no
permanent damage done."
The incident was discovered that
morning around 6:15.
"We detoured all of the students
to the gynmatorium until we were
able to get the classrooms back in
order. Students missed all of first
period and half of their second
period classes," Thompson said.
Howard could not be reached for
comment Thursday afternoon, but
has previously stated that he could
not comment on the discipline of
students.
The Perry News-Herald,
however, has learned from a parent
of one of the students that the
punishment included a 10-day
suspension. For the seniors
among the group, privileges were
revoked for prom, the senior trip
and graduation. The students will
also not be allowed on the high
school property and will have to
finish the school year (which ends
May 29) at Taylor Technical
Institute.
In particular, the issue of the
school-sponsored senior trip to
New York City prompted a
contingent of parents to attend the
school board's public meeting
Tuesday evening.
According to the parents
present, they had a collective
$18,000 invested the 'trip. They
asked whether they would be
allowed to take the airline tickets
and hotel accommodations
themselves if they "disassociated"
themselves from the . school-
"* Please see page 2


Rachel Hoffman


Andrea J. Green


. Deneilo Bradshaw


(Above) Taylor County
Sheriff's Office deputies and
investigators blocked off the
area surrounding a car
believed to belong to a
missing Tallahassee woman.
The vehicle was discovered
Thursday afternoon in an
employee parking lot
adjacent to United Welding
Services on Industrial Park
Drive. A-parch is underway
for the-missing woman;
two men linked to her
disappearance were arrested
in Orlando late Thursday
afternoon. One of the men is
a Perry resident, Andrea J.
Green.


'Officers follow prostitution tip



Two arrested on drug charges


Two local women were
allegedly being held hostage and
were' forced to prostitute
themselves at a home on the corner
of Bacon and Wilder streets in
order to pay a drug debt owed a
dealer.
. The women were taken into
custody under a Marchman Act
order Friday, May 2; the alleged
dealer living at the home was
arrested on (cocaine) possession
charges.
The suspect, Eddie Ransom, 53,
is currently being held without


bond at the Taylor County Jail.
Members of the Taylor County
Joint Drug Task Force received
information that the home was
being used for prostitution and
drug activity; they also received a
tip that two women were
being held at the home against
their will.
Once the Marchman Act orders
were issued by a judge for the
women, officers went to the home.
The women were . taken into
custody for transport to a
rehabilitation center; Ransom was


found to be in possession of some
14 cocaine "rocks."
A second arrest in the case was
made Saturday night when Conrad
Dontay Watkins Burney, 25, was
taken into custody for sale of
cocaine.
Ransom was completing a four-
year probation sentence for
possession of cocaine and
marijuana.
In 1987, he robbed the branch'
office of .Citizens Bank and
received both state and federal
prison terms.


Eddie Ransom


Special Olympics donation
Sheriff L.E. "Bummy" Williams, right, presents a check for $3,500 to Special Olympics
Coordinator Lisa Arrowood. The money was raised for local athletes during the annual Law
Enforcement Torch Run. "This shows you how much good we can do when we come together for
a good cause. We appreciate the input from all of the agencies involved, which ranged from the
Perry Police Department to Taylor Correctional Institution," Williams said. Also pictured is
(left) Capt. Richard Johnson and Torch Run coordinator Sgt. Chris Folsom.


For Supt. of Schools


Marsh announces candidacy


Wanda Marsh, who has been an
educator for 31 years, has
announced her candidacy for
superintendent of schools.
"Today I am announcing that I
will seek election to the office of
superintendent of schools for
Taylor County. I have been an
educator for 31 years, and for the
past 27 years have served the
students and families of Taylor
County, as teacher, assistant
principal, principal and director of
instruction," she said.
"I am a native of Taylor County,
from a family of four generations
of educators, and am a third
generation graduate from Taylor
County High School (TCHS). I
graduated from Florida State
University with a bachelor of
science in social studies education,
and hold a master's degree in social
studies education and a master's in


educational leadership," Marsh
said.
"I began my teaching career in
Wakulla County, at Wakulla
County High School, and moved
back to Perry in 1981 to begin the
law studies program at TCHS.
"In addition to law studies, I
taught American history, world
history, American government and
economics at TCHS. I was
honored as the district 'Teacher of
the Year' for the 1984-85 school
year, and in 1995 became assistant
principal at Taylor County Middle
School. In 1997, I became
principal at Perry Primary School,
and was honored as 'Most Valuable
Principal' by the Panhandle Area
Educational Consortium for the
1999-2000 school year. In 2001, I
was appointed as director 'of
instruction for this district," she
said.


"I have two children, Jesika and
Eli, and three grandchildren, Jane-
"* Please see page 2


Wanda Marsh


Music & Art Festival p. B-2
Music & Art Festival p. B-2


index

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TV listings ........... .B-3
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A-2 Perry News-Herald May 9-10, 2008


Parent: 'Let them walk' at grad


-SENIOR PRANK
Continued from page 1
sponsored trip.
According to District Attorney
Angela Ball. the contract with the
tour group was made with the
'school district, not the parents.
;This means the trip was a
Sschool-sanctioned event and
-therefore suspended students could
:not participate, she said. If a
:student did attend the trip, he or
she could potentially face
.additional disciplinary actions.
Board members reiterated that


they could not discuss student
discipline in an open meeting, but
did say that the question of the
senior trip was a site decision.
They also pointed to the TCHS
student handbook, which states
that "student assemblies, pep
rallies, dances, homecoming, grad
night, senior trip, prom, etc. are
privileges, not rights. Violation of
school rules governed by the
discipline matrix may result in the
loss of any or all of the above
privileges."
Additionally, the handbook also
states "students that are suspended


from school are not allowed on
campus during the school day nor
are they allowed to attend any
school function or activity during
the period of suspension."
"So what's going to happen to
our tickets? They're going to be
totally wasted?" one parent asked.
"That doesn't bother you?"
"Yes it bothers me," Howard
said. "It bothered me when Taylor
County High School was in
shambles too."
Thompson said that he had
talked with the'tour group agent
about possible refunds and was


Leadership goals detailed


MARSH
Continued from page 1


Hannah, Elijah and Shade. I am the
daughter of Gloria Kemp, and the
late Adolph Kemp, and a member
of St. James Episcopal Church."
Marsh continued, "As the Taylor
iCounty School District's director
bf instruction for the past seven
~ears, it has been my responsibility
to provide the leadership for Pre-K
through high school and adult
education in the supervision of
curriculum, instruction, school
improvement, state and local
assessments, and federal programs
at all schools.
'.' "During my tenure, the
*:academic progress of our schools
has improved significantly as
student academic achievement has
increased every year and Taylor
County is now regarded as one of
the most improved and progressive
small and rural districts in
Florida.
"Our Pre-K Kindergarten
Readiness scores have been in the
top five in the state over recent
years; our Taylor Technical
institutee programs continue to
prepare our young adults for
Successful entry into the
-.vorkforce. Just last year, our
'Taylor County Elementary School
-nd Pe.r, Primnar' Sbchool Cere ile
irhe top --10 m"ost improved
e'elemeniarN schools in the state.
"Taylor is ranked as the number
two Reading First district in the
state, based .on student
,achievement in reading. Taylor
County Middle School has been an
honor roll school for the past
severall years, and Taylor County
z made honor roll status as a district
last year for the first time under
(Florida's school grading system."
- She also noted that "TCHS has
one of the highest graduation rates
in the Big Bend. Our Ti.tle I
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after-school tutoring program is
regarded as one of the best in the
state. But there is so much more to
do.
"I want to' build on our past
successes and work aggressively to
move our school system into the
future. You and I share the same
goals for Taylor County's children:
"Continue academic success in
a safe, caring, wholesome
environment;
"Restore fiscal soundness to our
school system; -
" Recruit and keep
highly qualified teachers and
administrators at all schools;
" Reclaim competitive athletic
and extracurricular opportunities;
and develop educational
preparation and training for, each
student that is relevant for the 21 st
century."
She also said, "We have many
critical issues facing our district
and public education. It will take a
dedicated, focused leader who,


from day one, has the experience,
knowledge and community trust to
unite our parents, students, and
schools so, together, we can solve
the problems we face. I am that
leader, and I am the only candidate
with administrative management
supervision over the entire school
system, Pre K-12 and adult
education. I promise to listen to
your concerns and operate with an
open door policy, and I pledge to
you that I will do everything
I can, use all resources possible,
Ito promote every . child's
success."
Marsh concluded, "I love Taylor
County; I was born and raised
here, it is my home. I have.spent
the majority of my adult life
working for the students and
families. of our district. As we
make the transition to a new era of
school superintendency, I humbly
and respectfully ask for your vote
as your next superintendent of
schools."


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would have given out prompt and
proper, punishment without
dividing the community. The
motives for this are unknown, but
hopefully we can move past this
and work toward having a
consistent and proper
administration at TCHS. '
"But is a sad commentary to''see
kids have unjust and hprsh
punishment imposed upon thenfby
vindictive adults. The opportpi ity
to graduate with their classmates
was earned by 12 years of hard
work in school, not a privilege to
be bestowed by a sanctimonious
administrator.
"They should walk. They more
than paid for their actions.
"The banishment from TCHS to


uation

TTI also does not make any sefme.
This will cost the district extrri
money while providing little or no
effective education for tlre'se
students. Why? Does the boards
believe they are a threat at TCHS?T
Many. other effective punishment,
alternatives were presented by:
parents, but were never considered,
by the administrator or board. ::
"The spotlight has been shiinji
bright on these kids and tjieir
misdeeds and they have paid a stiff
penalty. I believe if you turned that
light around on the administration,:
they might not be as squeaky clean'
in their motives and actions as they'
would have you believe It's ti.ne
to lift the heavy foot of juSnice-ati
TCHS from their neck."


told that it was not possible. The
parents could pay a fee to reclaim
the airline tickets and use them at a
later date, he added. Another
option was if the parents had
purchased a trip along with their
student, they could go alone or
take someone else.
"But as far as I am concerned at
this point, that particular child
going on the senior trip sponsored
by Taylor County High School, the
answer is no," Thompson.
The board deferred to
Thompson's decision and moved
on to another issue, prompting
the group to leave the' meeting
room.
One of the parents later
submitted the following statement
to the Perry News-Herald:
"I believe that the punishment.
for this incident was far beyond
reasonable when weighed against
the severity of the action and the
current enforcement of other
violations. The administration does
not enforce its rules equally upon
everyone, but rather on the
personal relationships and
preferences of the administrator. I
also believe that those kids were
treated harshly because of personal
issues ofthe past between the
administrator and the kids and their
parents. .
,"An effective administrator


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Postage goes up Monday

On Monday, May 12, the United State Postal Service will once-:
again adjust prices for mailing services--first-class mail, standard .-�
mail, periodicals, package services and special services. ::
A first-class mail stamp 'will increase to $0.42. Customers can
continue to use the "forever stamps" that they purchase prior to May
12 at $0.41, even after the price change. USPS has stated that have,,
have five billion "forever stamps" in stock to meet increased demand
before the price change.


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The Sandy Toes Red Hats gathered at Rosehead Junction in April for business and fellowship,
with Barbara DuckWorth and Marlene Semas serving as hostesses. Queen Marcia Parker
presided over the business portion of the meeting; door prizes were won by Dennie Balaugh
and Alice Lengl. Shown here, Vannie Wetherington and Elizabeth Gant display their paper
creations., although Carol Gay was declared the winner in this design competition.


LPWC hosts Author Tea

S CHERYL KAY GREGORY r
k the Perry Woman's Club
.-The Perry Woman's Club hosted
['M Appreciation Reception and , . ,.
author r Tea on Sunday afternoon,
iay 4, in honor of Susan Lincoln.
AMrs. Lincoln recently published
l:first book, "When Mimosas
''F6r the occasion, the parlor was .' - .A
Secorated with vases of fresh roses ' ' i
terspersed with baby's breath -
ad. emerald greenery. ,The. ...
rlshment table, positioned in
rint of the fireplace, featured a
s ver punch bowl and other crystal' ""
appointments, with burning tapers
1at vantage points.
:kocal and out-of-town guests
began arriving at 2 p.m.
"I'm giving these as Mother's
Day gifts," was a common
statement as ladies and gentlemen
continued gathering until 4 p.m.
:-3ihere was time to visit and relax . * CS S * /10 * o
.as the event came to a close. A card, signed by members of
"Susan has always given us the club, was presented to Lincoln Gatorg ar Orange
ggreat presence in the newspaper along with a beautiful vase of
.and has never said 'no' when I long-stemmed roses. * Gator a re lue
:have asked her to do something for There were hugs all around and
:us," said Iris Parker, longtime a last glass of peach tea was d
:PWC member and former enjoyed before the group H 2 d
president. dispersed. Birthday
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CcmnratuCations

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on graduating .Magna Cum Laudce
fromT f 'orida State 'Unive'rsit
wit l a Bachelor of Science
degree in Nursing.


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A-3 Perry News-Herald May 9-10, 2008


Who's new in Taylor County?

Dalton Ryle
Jackson
Keith Japkson and Ronna Cruce of Perry announce the " '
birth of their son, Dalton Ryle Jackson, on April 16, 2008,
at 2:29 p.m. in Capital Regional Medical Center.
He weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces, and was 20.5 inches
long.
Maternal grandparents are Kenny and Julie Jackson of
Leesburg, Ga.
Paternal grandparents are Eddie Mae Jackson of Perry
and the late Archie Joe Jackson.

Sienna Elizabeth Dalton Ryle Jackson
Moody .
Pamela Diane Bass and James Pustin Moody announce .4
the birth of their daughter, Sienna Elizabeth Moody, on
April 8, 2008, at 6:36 p.m. in Capital Regional Medical
Center.
She weighed 6 pounds, 8.4 ounces, and was 20.25 inches . -
long.
The baby's maternal grandparents are Diane Bass and the.
late Roy Jeffery Bass.
-Her maternal great grandparents are Clyde and Linda
/Grantham, Golla and Raymond McGowan, Nelly Rose . , . ...
Bass and the late J.M. Bass.
Paternal grandparents are Jim and Christy Moody.
The baby's paternal great grandparents are Elizabeth K.
Wheeler and the late Clinton D. Wheeler, and the late Anne
and Willie Joe Moody. �
Sienna Elizabeth Moody

. . . PWC installs new officers
Jessica Turnmire, who recently led the Relay For Life campaign in
Taylor County, will assume the lead position in the Perry Woman's Club
when the new officers for the next club year are installed on Wednesday,
May 14, at 12 no~n.
",'? My Outgoing President Doris Lepoma announced that incoming District III
Director Anna Schrieffer of Tallahassee will be the installing officer.
June Byers will be vice president with Jeanne Raulerson serving as
second vice president. Treasurer Barbara Burns will serve with Debbie
Hill, recording secretary, arid Nancy Joyal, corresponding secretary. Iris
Parker will be Parliamentarian, and Debi Limoges, rental chairman.


Susan Lincoln autographs
a copy of her book for
District 111 Director Ina
Putnal Of Mayo. Elizabeth
Davis, right, and Laura
Mock, seated, were among
those attending Sunday's
Author Tea.


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Sports


Keaton Beach
Fishing Report


A-4 Perry News-Herald May 9-10, 200t.
9 "' -*


Wood takes top Optimist prize


Trout fishing has


been a bit strange


BY PAT MCGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Trout fishing was .....well...a
bit strange this past week as the
trout are taking a bite in the
middle of the tide... a pattern they
have been on for most of the
spring. I even talked to Lane
Shiver at Assassin about this
same phenomenon last week.
. Seems the trout think it is still
early spring as they "bite" like
crazy for an hour, maybe an hour-
and-a-half and then......Bang!
nothing....nada...the last hour of
Sthe tide is a bust.
This is very strange for May.
Usually the bite is the last half of
Sthe incoming and then after, say, a
30 minute lull on the stand of the
tide, the fish go back to biting.
Not so far this year. The return
bite, if it happens, is an hour to
two hours after the high.
Well, here is how some of my
charters went this past week.
SFriday, I had John and Lee Turner
of Cartersville, Ga., out and we
brought in 11 trout and a 48
pound cobia. John Had fished with
me in November of '07 and told
me he wanted to catch a cobia.
Well, I scouted Thursday and
finally found a few ling and set up
on them Friday and in less than 6
minutes he was hooked up on the
,48.' The cobia ate a live pinfish.
The trout did, too, only they were
fished under a Cajun Thunder. We
caught our reds ,on a Stalker
spinnerbait.
Saturday, I .took out.Herman
Crowe from Greensboro, Ga., and
we had our limit of trout with ten
weighing 21 pounds and one nice
flounder. He got them all on live
pinfish under Cajuns in 5'- 7 feet

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of water. We had one red, again on
the Stalker with an Assassin
Space Guppy sea shad for the tail.
We also released a short cobia.
Sunday, I had Gene and Brandon
White of Greensboro, Ga., and we
brought in 11 trout, two reds and a
Spanish Mackerel. The trout and
mack hit live pinfish under Cajuns
while the reds took the in-line
Stalker spinnerbait in the Space
Guppy color.
Monday, I had Gregory,
Grandon and Ryan Jones of
Birmingham, Ala., and we landed
13 trout and 3 black sea bass on
live pinfish under Cajun Thunders.
We released a short cobia, 33
inches long total.
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Perry fisherman Bobby Joe
Wood took the top prize of $2,500
in the 17th annual Optimist Club
Saltwater Fishing Tournament
held last weekend.�
Wood's 6.25-pound speckled
trout caught in the Econfina River
area was far heavier than Bert
Strickland's second place fish
which weighed 5.6 pounds. And it
was also Wood's second straight
year to claim the top prize.
Some 300 anglers participated
in the event which included weigh-
in stations at Sea Hag Marina in
Steinhatchee, Keaton Beach
Marina and Econfina State Park.
The following are the anglers
with the top fish weighed in in
each category:
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Bert Strickland 5.60
Michael Hall 5.05
Joshua Collins 4.90
James Ross 4.80
Steve Tucker 4.70


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weighing in the monster Saturday at the Econfina State Park.


FSU's Shouppe to be guest speaker


Florida State's4 Associate Head
Baseball Coach Jamey Shoupe.
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.


Tickets for the awards banquet
are $10 each which includes
dinner. They may be purchased
from Debbie Hall or Kim Young.


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Kyle Welsh 6.95
Joey Landreneau 6.95
Mike Wilson 6.80
SPANISH MACKEREL
Tim Wiggins 3.25
Dean Bevis 3.20
Brenda Ferguson 2.95
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Andy Lawrence 14.0,
Robert Thomas 10.2(
Leo Tabot 10.1,
Tim Wiggins 9.85
Barry Poole 9.65
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Dylan Clark 2.65
Kathrine Sisson 2.60
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A-5 Perry News-Herald May9-10, 2008


Women's Day coincides with Mother's Day


Madison minister to speak
New Jerusalem Primitive Baptist Church will celebrate its annual
Women's Day on Sunday, May 11, at 11 a.m.
The speaker for this occasion will be Minister Judy Hill of-
Madison.


Smith marks Mother's Day
Ellen Smith of Potter's House Ministries will be guest speaker for the
New Beginning Church of God's observance of Mother's Day on Sunday.
She will be featured during the 11 a.m. service.
Pastor Carrie Chisholm White invites the community to attend.


Leavins to sing at Steinhatchee Methodist
Steinhatchee United Methodist Church will welcome a special gospel
singer, Stephanie Leavins, on Sunday, May 18, at 11 a.m.
Everyone is encouraged to attend; "come share this unique blessing."
The church is located on Highway 358 in Jena, across from Casey's Cove.-


Charity Baptist dedicates new sanctuary with 170.in


Charity Baptist Church in Perry Steinhatchee. at the dedication: Pastor Steve
held a dedication for its new "There were hush puppies, hot Ward and Pastor Dan Harris from
sanctuary, located on Highway 27, grits, swamp cabbage, all kinds of Georgia, along with Pastor Paul
with more than 170 in attendance potato salads and different cole Nawlin from Faith Baptist in Perry
on Sunday, April 19. slaws, topped off by the most and Pastor Leon Holden of First
The afternoon began with a fish heavenly desserts you can . Baptist Church in Steinhatchee.
fry and "all the country fixins'," imagine," she said. A love offering was taken for the
according to 'Sandy Coleman, a "Crimson Flow" from Perry foyer on the front of the sanctuary.
friend of the congregation who is provided the music for the "See, it started raining and folks
affiliated with First Baptist in afternoon with four guest speakers had to run in the rain over to the

First Presbyterian will offer


pastoral counseling service


First Presbyterian Church of
Perry is offering pastoral
counseling services to the
congregation and the community,
with sessions structured for both
individuals and couples.
The Rev. Dr. Robert R. Lutz
recently returned to Perry and
joihed First Presbyterian. A
Lutheran pastor who was ordained
in 1972, he holds a Ph.D. in
pastoral counseling, and has
practiced as a pastoral counselor
since 1984.
Lutz has served congregations in
Maryland and Pennsylvania, and
has been on the faculties of Loyola
College and Towson State
University, both in Maryland.
Paulist Press published .his. book,
"Surviving in Ministry." He is a
national certified counselor and a
Diplomate in the American
Association of Pastor Counselors.
"In pastoral counseling," Lutz
said, "the natural connection
between-the- physical, emotional-..
and spiritual or religious aspects of
the whole person is recognized.
Trained in both psychology,


psychotherapy and theology, the
pastoral counselor utilizes a
variety of treatments to help
people face life's challenges when
they seem too stressful or' out of
control," he said. "Pastoral
counseling provides a faith-based,
non-sectarian approach that
respects the spiritual and religious
traditions of those who seek help."
Lutz commented that an
overwhelming number of
Americans recognize the close link
between faith/religious values and
mental health. "They-often prefer
to seek help from a mental health
professional who recognizes and
respects these values," he added.
If you're wondering what kinds
of issues pastoral counselors
address, he provides a list: self-
esteem; depression; stress ,and
anxiety; coping with illness, pain
or disability; relationship issues;
spiritual and religious conflicts;
loss and grief; major life changes;
A abuse.-and-trauma-issues; 4MSital -
issues and pre-marital
assessments:
All counseling sessions will take


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"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

P _rry First Church of God
S ... � " Sunday School 10:00 -10:45
Worship Service 11:00 - 12:00
; Children's Church 11:00 - 12:00
S'L "-" Sunday Night
Prayer Group 6:00 - 6:45
*e " * Choir Practice 6:00 - 6:45
Nuisery provided with adult supervision 9:45-12:00 Sunday Service 7:00 - 8:00
Mike Hicks, pastor Wednesday Night
Youth Group 6:00 - 7:30
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992 Study-Group 7:00


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place at First Presbyterian with
fees negotiated on a sliding scale.
Lutz can be reached by calling
843-3083. You can leave a
confidential message with a return
phone number, "and I will return
your call promptly," he said.
Lutz was a 'resident of Perry in
1995-2000 when he served with
Faith Counseling Center in
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older church building for their
needs, so the money was raised
quickly," Coleman said.
Pastor Jon Edmisten entered the
ministry in 1990, serving as
assistant pastor and youth director
at Bethel Baptist Church in Ft.
Pierce for two years. During 1995-,
97, he pastored Landmark Baptist
Church in Tifton, Ga. He married.
his wife, Jennifer, in 1997, and
they welcomed their first son,
Jonathan Levi, in 1999.
"In 2001, they rented the
storefront east of Subway, and
after outgrowing that building,
they bought the old B&B
Sanitation property on Highway
, with a "new church dedication"
held in January of 2006.
As the membership outgrew that
sanctuary, Edmisten and church
members began to transform an old
pole barn on the. back of the
property into a new sanctuary.
"Love donations poured in, the air
conditioning arid heat were
donated, and pews were found for
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left to help a sister church too. The
blessings were unending," said
Coleman.
"What is truly unique is that
inside the sanctuary is one. of the
original poles still standing (from
the pole barn) and up front behind
the pulpit is the cross, and both
of them are of the same natural
wood.
"Brother Jon and Jenn not only
enlarged the church, they enlarged
their house by 'twofeet.' God sent


attendance!
another precious son just a few
weeks ago, and his name is Gabriel:
Titus. One of God's greatest gifts -
is our children."
On behalf of the congregation,
and in concert with Edmisten,
Coleman issued an invitation to all. -
"Come on out to Charity Baptist
for friendly handshakes, loving
smiles and God-filled hugs.
"We never know what the. future:
holds, but we can trust the One -
who holds the future."


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In Loving Memory of Our Mother
Florence Monroe
"Mama Florence"

I was talking to my sisters and my brother the other day.
We were trying to come up with something for a word to say.
I felt a twinge inside my heart because our mother, Mama, Florence,
is dead.
So then I'll put something together to my sister Ruby I said.
I'll tell her that we all miss her and how much we really cared.
We would also tell her we are'sorry that some of us were never there.
Then a voice inside my heart said why are you all so blue.
Lord, I said, you took our mother to be home with you.
Yes, I called her home it's true and you all loved her I can see.
Instead of pain upon this earth she is happy in Heaven with me.
Then he said, you all's hearts I know and I can feel you all's pain.
Let me tell you all where she is at, so you all won't grieve again.
Her feet, they trod on streets of gold, her eyes see skies of blue.
Her lips taste the living water, behold you all's mother is brand new.
All her tears were wiped away, her sorrow no more known.
She comes to me and we fellowship as she sits here at my throne.
I asked the Lord for one request, I pray it if I may.
The next time Mama Florence comes to fellowship, tell her Happy
Mother's Day.
Your children,
Ruby, Johnnie Mae, Annie Ruth, Lloyd, Betty, Elizabeth and Samr


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A-6 Perry News-Herald May 9-10, 2008


DMH, clinics praised for


care, diabetes program


While financial concerns have
dominated talks about Doctors'
Memorial Hospital in recent
months, the hospital has received a
number of positive notes during
that time about the healthcare it
provides.
In a recent examination of the
hospital's services by the Agency
for Health Care Administration, no
deficiencies were found.
. "That is rare," DMH CEO
Charles Darcy said. "For me, to
have no deficiencies found
reaffirms to me that the nurses, the
staff, every department is always
doing what they need to do to
provide quality healthcare.
. "Rural hospitals have their
issues and I know we have had
difficulties and challenges, and
even with those difficulties and

Women's
Women and their families are
invited to attend a free women's
fair presented by the newly formed
Women's Health Coalition -of
Taylor County Saturday, May 10,
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Perry
City Park.
- There will be free food, kids'
games, and drawings for door
prizes donated by many area
businesses, organizers said.
': Area agencies that help with
healthcare and lifestyle issues will
be on hand to inform women about
their services and to assist with
access to these services.
:-:Taylor County has one of the
highest infant mortality rates in
Florida (12.1 deaths per 1,000
births).
Many of these deaths can be
attributed to health and lifestyle
issues and the Women's Health
Coalition hopes that this event will
help the women of Taylor County
obtain information about services
that could make a difference in
their lives and the lives of their
babies, organizers said.


challenges, we came out with no
deficiencies. That is just
wonderful."
Additionally, two DMH clinics
participating in the Diabetes
Master Clinician Program
(DMCP) were recognized for their
work with the Florida Academy of
Family Physicians. Partnering with
the Big Bend Rural Health
Network, some 58 practices in
Florida use the program with more
than 9,000 patients enrolled.
The . American Diabetes
Association has set quality goals
for HBAlc (blood sugar for three
months), LDL ("bad" cholesterol)
and blood pressure. Nationally,
about 33 to 48 percent of diabetic
patients are able reach these goals
individually and only seven
percent are able to achieve goals in


all three.
Both local clinics' numbers are
higher than the average.
The Perry Clinic, under Gina
Sapp, ARNP, has 58 percent of its
diabetic patients achieving the goal
for HBAlc, 57 percent for LDL
and 69 percent for blood pressure,
while 31 percent achieved all three
goals at the same time.
In Steinhatchee, under Debbie
Goddard, ARNP, and Sue Coward,
LPN, 70 percent of diabetic patients
achieved the goal for HBAlc, 74
percent for LDL and 68 percent for
blood pressure, with 37 percent
acheiving all three goals.
DMH was also recognized for
participating in "continuous quality
improvement" by the FMQAI,
Medicare quality improvement
organization for Florida.


On U.S. 27



Construction set


to begin May 27


The resurfacing of an eight-mile
section of U.S. 27 between the
Lafayette County line and the
Fenholloway River in Perry is
scheduled to begin Tuesday, May
27, annotinced the Florida
Department of Transportation.
Motorists' will encounter
weekday .lane closures between
8:30 a.m. and 8 p.m.
The existing speed limit will be
maintained during construction,
however speeding fines will be
doubled when workers are present.
Access will be maintained to all
residences and businesses
throughout construction, FDOT


fair set for Saturday at City Park


The event is called "Makeover:
A Healthy Me!" and is presented
by the Women's Health Coalition
of Taylor County; St. James
Episcopal Church, Taylor County
Health Department, Healthy Start
Coalition, Premier Medical,
Project M.O.S.E.S.' and Doctors'
Memorial Hospital.
Sponsors include: Big Bend
Cares, Big Bend Homeless
Coalition, Big Bend Transit, BIS
Frucon Industrial Services, Boys &
Girls Club, Brehon, Buckeye
Community Federal Credit Union,
Capital City Bank, DISC Village,
D&W Health Foods, Department
of Children & Families, Doctors'
Memorial Hospital, Dr. Michael
Walby, Early Learning Coalition,
Employment Connections,
Department of Agriculture &
Consumer Affairs, department of
Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles, Division of Forestry,
Fraizer Auto Detail, Head Start,
Healthy Families of Timber
Country, Healthy Start Coalition,
Huddle House, Kmart, Lance,


March of Dimes, Pepsi, Perry Fire
Department, Perry Police
Department, Project M.O.S.E.S.,
Premier Medical, Refuge House,
Suwannee River Economic
Council, Sonic, St. James
Episcopal Church, Taylor County
Extension Office, Taylor County
Even Start, Taylor County Health


Department, Taylor County Public
Library, Taylor County School
District, Taylor County Sheriff's
Office, Taylor County Supervisor
of Fections Office, Taylor
Medical and Dental, Three Rivers
Legal Services, Wal-Mart, Ware
Oil and WPRY.


Today is the deadline

for short story contest
Today is the final day to enter the Friends of the Taylor County Public
Library short story contest.
Stories are being accepted in three age categories: youth (fifth grade and
below), student (grades six through 12) and adult. First and second place
prizes will be awarded $200 and $100 savings bonds respectively for each
category as well as honorable mentions.
There is a $5 entry fee for each story and authors may submit up to two
stories each. Stories will be accepted today (Friday) until the library
closes. Winners will be announced June 11. The contest is open to all
Taylor County Public Library cardholders. Each story must be less than
2,500 words. The 11 winning stories from last year's contest have been
collected into "Taylor County Tales," which is available in limited
quantities at the library for $5.


officials said.
The $3.5 million project will
include:
* Removing and replacing the
existing pavement and paved
shoulders;
* Replacing roadway signage
and guardrails to meet .current
safety requirements; and
* Replacing joints that allow for
expansion on the Fenholloway


River bridge.
Anderson Columbia, Inc., of
Lake City is under contract to the
FDOT to complete the project by
late summer, depending on
weather conditions.
An average of 3,300 vehicles a
day traveled this portion of
roadway in 2006. This segment of
U.S. 27 was last resurfaced in
1992.


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B-1 Perry News-Herald May 9-10,2008


Citizens of the Month
Taylor County Middle School has named its "Citizens of the Month" for April. They are:
(front row, I to r) Adam Kalinowski, Blaine Brenner, Justin Becerra and Austin Meeks;
(second row, I to r) Kristen Blue, Brianna Braddock, Abigail Bratcher, Shyla Abercrumbie
and Laura Davis.

Are your pine trees ready to thin?


"'Are my pine trees ready to
thin?" is one of the most frequently
asked questions by private
landowners.
"There is no definite answer to
this question, because every
plantation may be different.
Timing of the first thinning is very
important because it may affect the


productivity and economics of the
pine plantation for the next 20-30
'years," according to County
Forester Stan Shepard.
A free workshop focusing on
this issue will be held Tuesday,
May 20, in Lake City from 5:30-
8:45 p.m.
Seating is limited and pre-


registration is required. For more
information, contact the Florida
Division of Forestry's senior
forester's office at (386) 758-5713
or e-mail Shepard at
shepars @doacs.state.fl.us.
The workshop will be held at the
Columbia County Extension
Office.


Conservation promoted during


National Drinking Water Week


"Let's conserve water drop by
drop and save money on our water
bills while we're doing it," urged
Matthew Carter II, chairman of
the Florida Public Service
Commission (PSC), in celebration
of this year's National Drinking
Water Week, May 4-10.
* To observe National .Drinking
Water Week, Carter also. unveiled
the PSC's new brochure, "Drop by
Drop," which highlights the
value of water and how consumers
can save money by conserving


water.
.."We hear the word,
Conservation, 'especially in events
such as National Drinking Water
Week, but do we truly recognize its
importance? We should continue to
think about our precious water
supply throughout' the year and
learn what we can do daily to help
protect it," Carter said.
The brochure is available on the
PSC's Website http://www.psc.
state.fl.us/publications/consumer/
brochure/WaterHouse.pdf.


Brochure tips include: Florida
water facts, how to read your water
meter and wa ys o conserve water
inside and outside the home, such
as using the dishwasher with full
loads only and using a timed
outdoor sprinkler.
See AWWA's Web site,
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At its annual end-of-term'
Courtyard. Party held at the
Wardlaw-Smith-Goza Conference
Center April 29 in Madison, North
Florida Community College
designated 24 former students as
"Outstanding .Alumni for 2008."
Seven honorees.either reside in or
have ties to Taylor County.
President Morris G. Steen Jr.
chronicled the achievements of the
former students as they received
engraved plaques commemorating
the event.
NFCC Outstanding Alumni with
Taylor County connections are: *
* Marvin Brooks, vice president
of Citizens State Bank.
* Gale , Dorsett Dickert, a
volunteer, active in community
affairs.
* Walt Lamb Jr., a retired teacher
and coach with Taylor County
High School.
* Joda Lynn, M.D., formerly of
Perry, a third year resident at the
University of South Florida. He
resides in Largo.
* Shannon Price, M.D., formerly
of Perry, who is completing a
residency in obstetrics and
gynecology at Greenville Hospital
System in Greenville, S.C.


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Hollywood works in cycles. A particular genre or
director will reign as the box office champion for
severall years and then be replaced by the "next big
h:ing"
Unless you've stayed away from the theater for the
: P: ast five years and had your televisions turned off,
you'll have seen that we're riding through the latest
Comic book adaptation dynasty.
"Superman" in 1978 set off the first wave of
* j.- uperhero flicks, which quickly faded away after the
*- sequels fell into haphazard attempts to keep the money
P owing. The same could be said about' 1989's
JBatman" with three sequels (starring three different
ators) that were seemingly able to do what the Joker
i;ever could: put the Bat to sleep.
SThat could have been the end of the whole genre, but
iihen Brian Singer brought us "X-Men" in 2000,
bringing in almost $300 million in worldwide gross
- And reminding people why they read comic books in
.. e first place: a good story.
If "X-Men" was a strong wind, then "Spider-Man"
'w--&as a hurricane heralding the new age of comic book
adaptations, taking to the bank $400 million in
:.domestic gross along with another $418 million
Overseas.
Both franchises had excellent sequels followed by
- somewhatt lackluster third installments but their
- financial successes paved the way for the "Batman"
Snd "Superman" re-boots, along with a pantheon of
":- dither superhero titles. Some were not very successful
.-.'Daredevil") and some were downright bad
:- ('Catwoman") but as studios continue to see the
-P potential, the titles will continue to fly into theaters
. ntear you.
.Well, that exceedingly long preamble was my
Sattempt to explain the phenomenal success of last
v eekend's "Iron Man," the adaptation of a second-tier
.::::lrvel Comics hero, which brought in more than $200
: million worldwide, becoming one of the highest
:'l reossing films of the year so far in just three days.
"^SS'1 Dir -F' fi-a ' w Iron Man" is ihe story of
S on) Sijrk iRoiberi D:%%ne J1i ), a wealthy
d: dustrialist who we first meet as he's riding along in a
$ military Humvee in Afghanistan, sipping from a glass
-. ahd dressed in a suit. Joking with the soldiers, Tony
: agpses for a picture just before their convoy is attacked.
:,.. W..ithin seconds, Tony is alone and injured, then
eomptured by the unknown assailants and taken to a
remote cave.
: Rewind 36 hours, and we really meet Tony Stark, a
h Bild prodigy who followed in his father's footsteps as
.-:tme country's premier weapons developer. Part
womanizing business man, part Howard Hughes
&i centric, Tony id, as he puts it, not hero material.
' - Which brings us back to that remote cave, where
DTony is instructed to build his latest weapon design, an
'- incredibly power missile, to be used by the dastardly
. - Villains holding him captive. Instead, he builds himself
. ::: ;: technologically advanced iron suit to assist in his
.4. eAcape and upon returning home, realizes he could be
.: heroeo after all.
-'. : While not everyone may be familiar with the
? . laracter (I wasn't)e "Iron Man" succeeds in just about
- - everything it attempts to do.
: --;?: First and foremost, Downey makes this movie. He
,-.-- allows both sides of Tony, the suave "I'm rich and you
' 1l.. d love me for it" attitude and the aforementioned
' .- eccentric tendencies to be equally believable.
:-: C According to several interviews, studio bosses flat
::.- refused to hire Downey when he was suggested by
- - es favreau, because of his past drug issues and how
-: e-pensive it would be to insure the film with him in the
I: lad. Undeterred, Favreau filmed several test scenes
i;th the actor and after watching the footage, the execs
i; s gned off immediately.
, ,S Downey never misses an emotional beat as his



- FESTIVALS FEST
:.. Saturday, May i to or enjoy the sight
n she inaugural Forest Capital Music Children ages 8g (
,ilnd Arts Festival, which will run from become abYoungim
? 11 a.m. until 5 p.m., will provide a airplane ride, and
-:: venue for adult and youth to showcase to a dhi
Performing, musical and visual arts, caildre n elr 12
- both traditional and folk. Known for children under 12
gained and etched glass work, Darin information, visit
'*-i' ?,auldin is the festival's featured local fiT
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-guest artist. Entertainment will include
'fiddler George Custer as well as youth May 15-17
-performers Anna and Luke Kallschmidt The two-day Tallal
'with Trace and Taylor Chaffin. For more will feature screen
: information, contact Jeff Byers at 838- venues around tow
:2808 wjeffbyers@gmail.com.. the Gaines Street
. May 17-18 workshops and "n
S-- 1 be tied into the fei
SAirfest 2008 at the Tallahassee after-parties at pa
regional Airport will showcase a wide restaurants. The e
:variety of aircraft ranging from on Saturday, May
- homebuilts to vintage, from warbirds to gala and awards c
Ithe modern military. In addition, there tickets are on sale
'will be exhibits from FedEx, NASA and For more informant
the Challenger Center. You can take a tallahasseefilmfes
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character undergoes a rather dramatic transition
through the course of the film while never losing, the
fun side of Tony. Simply put, he's cool. .Although it
may be a reach, I wouldn't be surprised if Downey is
remembered when it comes to award season. It worked
for Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow in the first
"Pirates of the Caribbean" film, and I think it could
happen here as well. (With the late Heath Ledger's turn
as The Joker in "The Dark Knight" still to come this
summer, we could feasibly have two potential comic
book nominations to talk about this year.)
Helping Downey out is a superb cast of supporting
characters including Terrence Howard as Tony's
military friend and consultant Jim Rhodes, Gwyneth
Paltrow as his personal assistant Pepper Potts, and a
very bald Jeff Bridges as his surrogate father figure
Obadiah Stane.
Bringing Iron Man. to life, the wizards over at
Industrial Light and Magic (ILM), have outdone
themselves again. I honestly can't remember a time
during the movie when I said, "Wow, those are great
effects." Why? Because they were so consistently
good, I just accepted them. That's when you know
they've really succeeded. Whether he was fighting in
the streets or soaring through the skies, Iron Man
looked like he could walk off the screen and start
taking out the bad guys right there in the theater. The
same could be said for his ultimate nemesis, Iron
Monger.
No amount of good acting and special effects,
however, could have saved a bad script. Fortunately,
there are no worries in that department either. The
pacing is pitch perfect in setting the stage for Tony's
transformation into Iron Man. We see him early on
tinkering in his lab, surrounded by futuristic
technology that he presumably developed himself, so
it's not as big a stretch later on when he builds the
prototype suit in an Afghani cave. Each of the
supporting characters are given sufficient time to
develop and the "are they, are they ,not" moments
between T. n n,,td'Pepper' e, ,,
I was particularly pleased with how the script
handles what amounts to a pretty standard origin story
film. Look how most comic book movies handle origin
story films: introduce hero, introduce life-changing
event, introduce villain, pit hero versus villain, hero
wins and achieves personal growth. "Spider-Man,"
"Batman," "Daredevil" and even "Superman" pretty
much fall into this line. So does "Iron Man."
Why the movie succeeds as well as it does, however,
is because of how much fun it has doing it. And that's
where Director'Favreau really shines. From the rock
number that opens the film to Tony's final line just
before the credits roll, "Iron Man" lives up to the
moniker many columnists have given it: the "heavy
metal" superhero movie (pun very much intended).
Comic book enthusiasts, along with all fans of solid,
smart, fun action films will enjoy this one.
"Iron Man" is rated PG-13 for some intense
sequences of sci-fi action and violence, and brief
suggestive content.
By the way, be sure to stick around for the credits for
a clue to what "Iron Man 2" may hold.
Speaking of the eventual sequel, Marvin Studios
announced a date for that movie Monday after the
weekend's success: April 30, 2010.
When Marvel Comics.decided last year to create,its
own production company to finance in-house movies
based on its characters, many considered it a risky
manuveur. Now, with the success of "Iron Man," it is
looking like a smart one indeed. Up next for the studio
is "The Incredible Hulk" . next month (in which
Downey has a cameo as Tony).
With an ever growing slate of comic book
adaptations still to come, the skies continue to look
clear for the dynasty.

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vww.airfest2008.com.
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hassee Film Festival
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corridor. Seminars,
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stival, along with
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vent will culminate
17, with an evening
ceremony. Screening
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OTHER


June 7-8
The national touring production of Go,
Diego, Go Live! The Great Jaguar
Rescue will come to the Tallahassee-
Leon County Civic Center for three
performances. Tickets are on sale now
at the Civic Center Box Office (800-
322-3602), all Ticketmaster outlets,
and at www.ticketmaster.com. Ticket
prices are: $37.00, $30.75, $25.75
and $20.75. Fans can visit
www.NickJr.com to look for additional
local market tour dates and to buy
tickets.

If you would like your
event listed in the
Calendar of Events,
contact Perry Newspapers
at 850-584-5513 or
mark@perrynewspapers.com.


B-2 Perry News-Herald May 9-10, 00


Folk Heritage awardee to pe



Saturday during art, music fi


Florida Folk performer Wayne
Martin will be among the guests at
the inaugural Forest Capital Music
& Art Festival, which begins
Saturday at 11 a.m. at Heritage
Pavilion in Forest Capital State
Park.
Martin is a fiddler who has been
playing for and 'entertaining
audiences throughout the
Southeast for years.
He combines old-time fiddle
tunes with country and swing for a
unique blend of music which is
interspersed with his own brand of
down home humor.
Waype has won the Florida State
Fiddlers Association Fiddling
Championship on three different
occasions, the South Alabama
Fiddlers Championship and
numerous other contests
throughout the southeast.
In 1995 he was appointed by
Secretary of State Sandra Mortham
to serve on the Florida Folk
Council. While serving as
chairman of the council he was
instrumental in obtaining a
resolution from the governor and
cabinet proclaiming the last week
of May as Florida Folklife Days.
In 2005 he received the Florida
Folk Heritage Award for his work
as an advocate for Florida Folklife
and is currently a member of the
Board of Directors for the Will
Mclean Foundation.
Martin will have two
performances on Saturday..
In all, the music festival will
feature 10 performances, starting
at 11 a.m. with the Taylor County
High School (TCHS) Symphonic
Band.
The Madison County High
School Band will take the stage at
11:30 a.m., followed by Martin at
12:45 p.m. At 1:30 p.m., the Taylor
County Middle School Symphonic
Band will perform; next in the
line-up is the TCHS Drama Club at'


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Wayne
2 p.m., the Coe Percussion Trio at
2:30 p.m. and Martin once again at
3:30 p.m.
The TCHS Auxiliary Guard
performs at 4 p.m., followed by
Daniel Perez at 4:15 p.m. Perez
was the winner of the 2008 TCHS
Talent Show.
Taylor County's own Anna and
Luke Kallschmidt, along with
Trace and Taylor Chaffin, take the
stage at 4:30 p.m., performing on
fiddle, guitar, bass, banjo and
L .
percussion.
In addition to the music, an art


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Martin
exhibit is on display at Fo st
Capital State Museum. Artw'rk
from some 15 adult artists:.is
featured, along with. le
.Smithsonian Institute exhibition
entitled "Inspirations from tie
Forest."
Also being showcased is !the
custom-stained, leaded and etctfed
glass artwork of Perry's own Dain
Mauldin. :-
The art exhibit will be o s'n
through May 17. Show winrgrs
will be announced Saturday. ;i
Admission is free.


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Voices of angels
Voces Angelorum, Latin for "voices of angels," will perform at First Presbyterian Church
in Perry on Sunday, May 18, at 4. p.m. The volunteer, auditioned community chorus-s
composed of women from the greater Tallahassee area including music teachers, student ,
political advocates and state. workers who live as far as Monticello, Bainbridge, Ga., asgd
Perry. Rayma Ball, who formerly taught in the Taylor County School District and now leads
the choir for First Presbyterian, is among the 20-24 voices who will perform.


Mothers celebrated at Quincy Theatrit
Mothers get in free as the Artist accompanying Mom pay $10. non-profit community theatre. -Z2
Series at the Leaf presents a Concert will be held at the Tickets can be purchased at ie
Mother's Day Concert by the Quincy Music Theatre in Quincy's door or online @ qmtonline.cot.'
Tallahassee Brass. historic district at 118 E. For information, call 875-04 ,
The performance will be at 4 Washington. This performance- email qmt@tds.net or visit the W b
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Perry Rotary celebrates 85th anniversary
The Perry Rotary Club was formally chartered on May 11, 1923, in a ceremony held at the Hampton Springs Hotel. This week, the club is observing its 85th anniversary. The picture above
was taken in '1927 in front of the Greystone Hotel, which was the club's meeting place at the time. Members shown are: bottom row (I to r), M. A. Maxwell, Tom Dunlap, L. B. Clark, Dr. J. C.
Ellis, Paul Rodman, Miss Rodman (pianist and guest of Joe Scales), unidentified member and Joe Scales; top row (I to r), Jack Joyner, Henry Dorsett, Norman Goodbread, Bob Dennis, Rev.,
L. E. Wright, E. L. Cox (president), B. O'Quinn, Dr. Martin, Lin Thompson, T. J. Swanson, A. C. Kerby, Carl Rudio and Mr. Reeves.


Paul Harris, lonely bachelor in big city,



started Rotary which now spans world


One hundred and three years ago
in Chicago, 1ll., a manl had a
conviction that friendship and
business could be associated
together in the advantage of both.
He communicated his thoughts
to three other young men, who
nCrpeed They held a mneetina nt one


Paul' Harris


of their offices and formed te fir and direction, they felt the
."Rotary Club." They calledit-- businessmen could, as a club,


"Rotary" because they planned to
rotate the meeting place between
the members' places of business.
The man with the idea originally
was Paul Harris, then 36, a lawyer
and a bachelor. His law clients, he
found, were good business friends,
but not personal friends. He
wondered why they couldn't be
both.
Paul Harris, a tall, intense man,
talked over his thoughts with
Silvester Schiele, a Chicago coal
dealer, Gustavus Loehr, a mining
engineer, and Hiram Shorey, a
merchant tailor, and on the night of
Feb. 23, 1905, in Loehr's office in
the Unity Building on Chicago's
loop, the four met.
Admittedly, they felt that if
businessmen could get together
periodically and become better
acquainted that, perhaps, they-
could help each other more obtain
more business. Each member
would be from a different kind of
business to ensure a broader range
of friendship. To have a purpose


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perform service to their
communities.
Rotary thus became the first of
the service clubs. The organization
has grown from four original
members to 1.2 million Rotarians
belonging to more than 32,000
Rotary clubs in more than 200
countries and geographical areas.
The idea of Rotary was born
form Harris' desire to capture in a
professional club the same friendly
spirit he had felt in the small towns
of his youth.
He was born in Racine, Wis., on
April 19, 1886, but'was raised in
Wallingford, Vt. He attended the
University of Vermont, Princeton
University and received his law
degree from the University of
Iowa.
For five years following
graduation, he roamed through the
United States and Europe, working
various jobs. In California, he
worked on a fruit farm; in Denver,,
Colo., he was an actor in a stock
company; in San Francisco, Calif.,


he was a reporter; in Los Angeles,
Calif., a teacher 'in a business
college; in Louisiana, he picked
oranges and sold granite. He
traveled to Europe on a cattle boat.
In 1896, he finally settled in
Chicago to practice law, his
wandering over. Four years later,
in 1900, he first conceived the idea
of Rotary while having dinner with
a lawyer friend in Rogers Park, a









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Perry Rotary Club
meets every Tuesday
(noon) at.Rosehead
Junction


THE TACO TIMES that he was the only living charter
May 17,973 member of the club.
May 17, 1973


$350,000 SETTLEMENT
AWARDED TO HOSPITAL
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
received a check from The
Travelers Insurance Company in
the amount of $350,000, as
settlement for damages resulting
from a fire the previous August.

CITIZENS BANK
� PLANS EXPANSION
The Citizens Bank of Perry has
announced plans for a 1400-
square-foot expansion which will
house a . meeting room for
directors, an employee lounge and
larger storage.

ROTARIANS MARK
50th ANNIVERSARY
More than 200 Rotarians, their
wives and guests gathered at the
Perry Elks Lodge for the civic
club's golden anniversary. Alton
Wentworth presented E. Luther
Cox with a silver desk set, noting


LOCAL NURSE EYES
MAYOR'S JOB
Laura Willis, a local nurse and
Perry homemaker, announced that
she was "seriously considering"
entering the race for Mayor of
Perry.

TRAMPOLINES FOR SALE
Western Auto advertised its
supply of heavy duty, full size
trampolines for $199, including
installation, with a three-year parts
guarantee.

PERSONAL ITEMS
Three new babies were
welcomed in this week's edition:
Melisha Anese, born to Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Green; Darri Lyne, born
to Mr. and, Mrs. Don Jones: and
Alfred Lloyd Hughes Ill, born to
former Taco Times Editor Fred
Hughes Jr. and his wife, the former
Hope Jones of Perry.
One engagement was featured:
Patricia Ann Blue, the daughter of


Chicago residential suburb. After
dinner, he and hisfriiend went for a
walk.
His friend stopped at several
stores and shops in the
neighborhood and introduced him
to the 'proprietors, who were his
lawyer friends' personal friends.
Harriis become president of the
first Rotary Club during its third
year, and it was then that he
became interested in' expanding
Rotary to other cities. The second
club was formed in San Francisco
and, by 1910, there were 16 clubs
and a national organization was
established.
When clubs were organized in
Canada and Great Britain, the
,named was changed in 1912 to The
International Association of Rotary
Clubs and in 1922 the name was
shortened to Rotary International.
One year later, the Perry Rotary
Club was chartered.
Harris was the first president of
the National Association and the
first president of the International
Association. He died January
1947.


Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Blue. was to
marry Wayne Barwick on June 16
in Friendship Baptist Church.

SEWING MACHINE
OPERATORS SOUGHT
Perry Textile, which had
recently opened on Industrial Park
Dr., was looking for sewing
machine operators. Perks included
paid holidays, paid vacations, a
modern air-conditioned factory.
good wages, paid life and medical
insurance, and a retirement plan.

TCHS COACHES, PLAYERS
HONORED BY CONFERENCE
Taylor County High School's
Cbach Walt Lamb was named
Basketball Coach of the Year by
the Florida Crown Conference, and
Lawrence Holt was named
Baseball Coach of the Year.
Thirteen local players were also
honored: Gary Rolle, James
l-ightower, Mike Massey. Lamar
Hathcock. Joey Ratliff. Ronny
Fleming. Clarence Woodfaulk,
*- Please see page 7


Rotary Past Presidents
1923-1924 T. Joseph Swanson
1924-1925 J.C. "Jim" O'Rourke.
1925-1926 J.C. "Jim" O'Rourke '
1926-1927 R.L. "Lin" Thompson
1927-1928 E. Luther Cox .
1928-1929 J.C. "Clem" Ellis ::
1929-1930 Joe Scals
1936-1931 L. Bishop Clark
1931-1932 Gus J.-Dekle
1932-1933' MArhall -A t,.'A'ell"
1933-1934 Robert Hodnett
1934-1935 Robert Hodnett
1935:1936 Perry Lockhart
1936-1937 Grady E. Leigh
1937-1938 Kay Porter
1938-1939 T. Joseph Swanson
1939-1940 Clarence Callicott
1940-1941 Joe Foley '
1941-1942 Louis A. Dowling
1942-1943 Jack W. Weidler
1943-1944 Alton H. Wentworth
1944-1945 A.H. "Doc" Collins
1945-1946 William H. Knight
1946-1947 Clinton W. Newman
1947-1948 Alfred Harman, Tom Leonard
1948-1949 Cornelius Jones
1949-1950 Florbes de Tamble
1950-1951 Sam Register
1951-1952 Royce Agner
1952-1953 Cortez Brooke .
1953-1954 Judson Fai:cloth
1954-1955 William E. Timmons
1955-1956 Lee Wakeman
1956-1957 Lee Wakeman
1957-1958 G.W. Clark
1958-1959 R.J. Koch
1959-1960 French Akers
1960-1961 Mason Williams
1961-1962 Marvin Fleming
1962-1963 Tom' Jackson
1963-1964 John Gleason
1964-1965 John R Basnar
1965-1966 Jim Arnold
1966-1967 Jim Arnold
1967-1968 J. Ronald Padgett
1968-1969 Shelton C. Davis
1969-1970 Frank P. Smith Jr.
1970-1971 Karsten Zachariasen
1971-1972 Marvin Fleming .
1972-1973 Frank Scarvey
1973-1974 T.A. Bowdoin
1974-1975 T.A.Bowdoin
1975-1976 Tommy Hicks
1976-1977 Lou Loger
1977-1978 William G. Phillips
1978-1979 Robert S. Daniel
1979-1980 Robert D. Sayers
1980-1981 Elmer Coker
1981-1982 John Mosley
1982-1983 Roy PR Whitton
1983-1984 Grady C. Moore
1984-1985 Michael A. Walby
1985-1986 Michaei J. McKinney
1986-1987 Bob E. Sitz
1987-1988 Ken Hale
1988-1989 Gray Carter
19P9-1990 Richard Frith
1990-1991 Gray Carter
1991-1992 Daphne Lloyd
1992-1993 Jarnes A. Sinor
1993-1994 ( iay Carter
1994-1995 Mihal J. McKinney
1995-1996 Michael S. Smith
1996-1997 William LaValle --
1997-1998 Thomas Wakefield Wilde
1998-1999 Andy Jackson ' '.
1999-2000 Greg Parker
� 2000-2001 Elouise Gardiner
2001-2002 Ken Olsen
2002-2003 Dan Simmons
2003-2004 Diane Ching
2004-2005 Cline Moore
2005-2006 Daryll Gunter
2006-2007 Ten i Paison
2007-2008 Mark Viola
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BARRY WILSON ARCHITECTURE
BARRY WILSON ARCHITECTURE

--4 P01475-850 87.07'
BEACH CLIFTON
BEACH CLIFTON

15 P01476-000 70.49
BEACH REALTY GULF COAST LLC
BEACH REALTY GULF COAST LLC

16 P01478-300 56.68
BEDFORD KENNETH W
BEDFORD KENNETH W

17 P01488-000 , 41.01
BENNETT RONALD A SR INC
BENNETT RONALD A SR INC

18 P01568-000 30.05
BIG BEND BUSINESS DOT COM
BIG BEND BUSINESS DOT COM

19 P01569-000 79.56
.BIG BEND CHARTERS
BIG BEND CHARTERS

20 P01584-770 35.72
BIG BEND UPHOLSTERY
BIG BEND UPHOLSTERY

21 P01585-000 1,006.65
BIG TIRE INC
BIG TIRE INC

22 P01670-000 277.76
BLOOMS OF GREENBRIAR INC
BLOOMS OF GREENBRIAR INC

23 P01694-000 451.48
BLUE HERON LAND & HOME INC
BLUE HERON LAND & HOME INC

: 24 P01703-000 128.38
BLUE PARROT CHARTERS
BLUE PARROT CHARTERS

25 P01930-100 82.83
BRIDGE END CAFE
BRIDGE END CAFE

26 P01954-000 22.75
BRYAN HENDRICKS LAWN CARE
BRYAN HENDRICKS LAWN CARE

27 P01987-000 40.03
BUCKLEY & SONS
BUCKLEY & SONS


BUSH C K
BUSH C K RT 3 BOX 233 PERRY FL
32347

29 P02037-000 31.13
C & C PROTECTIVE SERVICES INC
C & C PROTECTIVE SERVICES INC

: 30 P02074-200 40.03
CANDID'S LLC
CANDI'S LLC

: P02120-000 214.45
CARLTON M HOYT
CARLTON M HOYT RT 5 BOX 623
PERRY FL 32347
- - - - -- -- --- --- -- -- - --- --- ---
32 P02200-000 782.03
CHAPARRAL INN
CHAPARRAL INN
---------- - --- .
33 P02210-000 993.05
CHAPARRAL STEAK HOSE
CHAPARRAL STEAK HOUSE HOKE DAVIS
PERRY FL 32347

: 34 P02213-000 117.78
CHARLES NEWTON INC
CHARLES NEWTON INC
------- - -- -
35 P02230-000 546.52
CHARLIES MINI MART
CHARLIES MINI MART 605 SOUTH 4TH
ST PERRY FL 32347ST

: 36 P02247-000 56.75
CHECKFREEPAY CORP
CHECKFREEPAY CORP

37 P02948-000 56.99
CLARK JEFF
CLARK JEFF
=--========================= =========


COASTAL RESOURCES ENGINEERING

39 P03184-000 181.87
COUNTRY TIME FEED & MORE
COUNTRY TIME FEED & MORE

40 P03257-000 113.95
CREATIVE CLEANING SERVICES, IN
CREATIVE CLEANING SERVICES, INC.

41 P03302-000 32.79
CUCINELLA PAUL
CUCINELLA PAUL,

42 P03307-000 44.52
CURRENT SOLUTIONS INC
CURRENT SOLUTIONS INC


43 P03307-600
CURVACEOUS INTIMATES
CURVACEOUS INTIMATES


61.46


44 P03320-000 241.20
CUSTOM SERVICES MACHINE SHOP
CUSTOM SERVICES MACHINE SHOP

45 P03338-000 56.25
D & G NATURE COAST CARPET/FLOO
D & G NATURE COAST CARPET/
FLOORING

"46 P03347-000 59.66
DADDY'S PLACE
DADDY'S PLACE

47 P03350-000 325.03
DAIRY KING
DAIRY KING JEANETTE HART PERRY
FL 32347


48 P03357-000 26.94
DALTON ELECTRIC LLC
DALTON ELECTRIC LLC

49 P03385-000 11.64
DAVID SCHULER ENTERPRISES
DAVID SCHULER ENTERPRISES

50 P03410-000 4,292.38
DAYS INN MOTEL
DAYS INN MOTEL

51 P03423-000 107.27
DEAN LAND DOZIER WORK
DEAN LAND DOZIER WORK

52P03450-000 74.17
DEMPS BARBER SHOP
DEMPS BARBER SHOP

53 P03474-000 29.85
DICE ROBERT R JR
DICE ROBERT R JR

54 P03477-000 20.49
DIRT BUSTERS AUTO DETAILING
DIRT BUSTERS AUTO DETAILING

55 P03487-000 189.93
DIXIE ICE
DIXIE ICE

56 P03530-000 223.53
DONS JANITORIAL SERVICE"
DONS JANITORIAL SERVICE RT 5 BOX
121 PERRY FL 32347

57 P03610-000 31.13
EARL'S CABINET SHOP & WOOD WOR
EARL'S CABINET SHOP & WOOD WORK
LLC

58 P03626-000 39.50
ECLECTIC HOME MART & GIFTS
ECLECTIC HOME MART & GIFTS

59'P03711-000 203.76
EVANS - WALKER FUNERAL HOME
EVANS - WALKER FUNERAL HOME

60 P03735-000 19.07
EXTREME RPM
EXTREME RPM

61 P03772-000 209.67
F W MURRAYS SEPTIC & HAULING
F W MURRAYS SEPTIC & HAULING

S62 P03800-000 89.76 �
FAMILY RESTAURANT
FAMILY RESTAURANT 3863 S BYRON
BUTLER PKWY PERRY FL 32347 Y
----- - --- ----- -- - - -:-- -- =
63 P03848-000 25.58
FERGUSON BILLY
FERGUSON BILLY

S64 P03918-000 124.86
FIRST STEPS LEARNING CENTER
FIRST STEPS LEARNING CENTER

65 P03935-000 161.81
FLEET SUPPLY
FLEET SUPPLY

66 P04021-000 31.13
FLOWERS GREG & DIGGS ALTON
FLOWERS GREG & DIGGS ALTON
=-=-=------=---------------- ---------=====
67 P04023-000 71.92
FLOWERS SOPHIA D
FLOWERS SOPHIA D

68 P04078-500 35.72
FRAIZIER AUTO DETAILING
FRAIZIER AUTO DETAILING

69 P04100-000 883.35
FRITH ABSTRACT & TITLE CO
FRITH ABSTRACT & TITLE CO D L
FRITH PERRY FL 32347
---------.....------...-----....-----------.
70 P04120-000 101.08
G & G FOXTROT BEAUTY & BARBER
G & G FOXTROT BEAUTY & BARBER
SALON 1014 MALLOY AVE PERRY FL
32347

71 P04124-200 221.67 .
GAINESVILLE ICE INC
GAINESVILLE ICE INC

72 P04130-000 104.14
GATEWAY TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
GATEWAY TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

73 P04150-000 268.17
GATOR MOTORS INC.
GATOR MOTORS INC.

74 P04180-000 55.05
GBS PRODUCTIONS GRAPHICS
GBS PRODUCTIONS GRAPHICS

75 P04188-000 105.07
GECAF
GECAF

76 P04195-000 823.51
GENESIS HEALTH CLUB LLC
GENESIS HEALTH CLUB LLC

77 P04253-000 98.13
GOLD COAST FITNESS & TANNING
GOLD COAST FITNESS & TANNING

78 P04265-500 15.22
GOLD-N-GIFTS
GOLD-N-GIFTS
79P04314-000 1,173.51===============
79 PO4314-000 1,173,51


80 P04333-600 15.33
GUARANTEE SALES COMPUTER SERVI
GUARANTEE SALES COMPUTER SERVICE

81 P04336-000 158.28
GULF COAST AUTO WHOLESALE
GULF COAST AUTO WHOLESALE

82 P04455-000 245.27
HAMSON INC.
HAMSON INC.

83 P04560-000 251.24
HAUSER ROOFING INC
HAUSER ROOFING INC

84 P04585-000 110.41
HEARTSFIELD DAVID
HEARTSFIELD DAVID

85 P04638-000 140.01
HODGES PALMER
HODGES PALMER

86 P04780-000 510.51
HUNGRY HOWIES PIZZA AND SUBS
HUNGRY HOWIES PIZZA AND SUBS

87 P04790-000 436.72
HWY 27 LOUNGE
HWY 27 LOUNGE

88 P04824-000 47.87
INDEPENDENT BUSINESS.COM
INDEPENDENT BUSINESS.COM

89 P04828-000 3,912.31
INERGY PROPANE LLC
INERGY PROPANE LLC

90 P04828-100 4,960.55
INERGY.PROPANE LLC
INERGY PROPANE LLC

91 P04828-200 962.49
ENERGY PROPANE LLC
INERGY PROPANE LLC

92 P04875-000 85.10
JAMES MICHAEL L
JAMES MICHAEL L

93 P04884-950 100.28
JANS BARBER SHOP
JANS BARBER SHOP
======== -----------
94 P04930-000 43.76
JD'S TREE SERVICE
JD'S TREE SERVICE

95 P05050-000 441.06
JOHNSONS BAKERY
JOHNSONS BAKERY 128 S JEFFERSON
ST PERRY FL 32347N ST

96 P05055-000 31.13
JONES JAMES
. JONES JAMES

97 P05063-000 344.30
JOSEPH LINDSEY TRACTOR SERVICE
JOSEPH LINDSEY TRACTOR SERVICE
L -"------------------------------- *
98 P05064-000 1,222.23
JOYCES MAIN STREET CAFE
JOYCES MAIN STREET CAFE

99 P05095-000 17.14
K&WTRANSPORT .
K & TRANSPORT

100 P05132-000 84.03
KEATON BEACH ENTERPRISE
KEATON BEACH ENTERPRISE *

101 P05219-000 26.38
KING MARTY
KING MARTY.

102 P05268-000 89.76
KNIGHTS AUTO
KNIGHTS AUTO
--------- ---- - -------- -- - -- - -
103 P05360-000 29.77
LAND2SEA GIFTS
LAND2SEA GIFTS

104 P05470-000 1,354.85
LIBERTY COMMUNICATIONS
LIBERTY COMMUNICATIONS

105 P05568-000 59.95
LYNN'S BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVI
LYNN'S BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE

106 P05600-000 185.78
M & W ELECTRIC CO INC
M & W ELECTRIC CO INC 111 W MAIN
ST PERRY FL 32347

107 P05607-000 2,486.78
MAMA'S ITALIAN FAMILY RESTAURA
MAMA'S ITALIAN FAMILY RESTAURANT

108 P05647-000 14.38
MARK DELLER TRUCKING
MARK DELLER TRUCKING

109 P05739-000 24.42
MATHEWS TOMMY
MATHEWS TOMMY

110 P05750-000 484.24
MAULDIN'S COLLISION CLINIC INC
MAULDIN'S COLLISION CLINIC INC

111 P05852-000 14.11
MELANIE BRAY'S MAID SERVICE
MELANIE BRAY'S MAID SERVICE

112 P05870-000 20.74
MEMORIES BY LYNN
MEMORIES BY LYNN

113 P05899-400 ' 173.51
MILLARD ROBERT PAUL
MILLARD ROBERT PAUL

114 P05899-500 45.56
MILLER & BISHOP MOWING
MILLER & BISHOP MOWING

115 P05905-000 61.82
MILLINOR MASONRY & CONCRETE LL
MILLINOR MASONRY & CONCRETE LLC

116 P05928-010 25.81
MIRROR IMAGES
MIRROR IMAGES

117 P05928-020 25:81
MIRROR IMAGES
MIRROR IMAGES


118 P06005-000 24.60
MORGAN SHANNON
MORGAN SHANNON

119 P06061-000 26.10
MURRAY KEVIN & RHONDA
MURRAY KEVIN & RHONDA

120 P06134-500 72.21
NATURE COAST CARPET & FLOORING
NATURE COAST CARPET & FLOORING

121 P06134-700 165.12
NATURE COAST DEVELOPMENT & LAN
NATURE COAST DEVELOPMENT &
LANDSCAPE


NATURE COAST INC
NATURE COAST INC

123 P06139-100 27.79
NATURE COAST INC
NATURE COAST INC

124 P06139-110 35.72
NATURE COAST INC
NATURE COAST INC

125 P06139-120 35.72
NATURE COAST INC
NATURE COAST INC
---------- -=--==
126 P06150-000 409.27
NEW BEGINNINGS
NEW BEGINNINGS

127 P06162-000 55.52
NEWTS CRAB TRAP
NEWTS CRAB TRAP

128 P06170-000 372.92
NOEL'S GARAGE
NOEL'S GARAGE

129 P06185-000 1,087.29
NOLAND C CANNON
NOLAND C CANNON

130 P06210-000 135.82
NORTH STATE TITLE
NORTH STATE TITLE

131 P06276-000 104.10
ONEALS FIBERGLASS PAINT & BODY
ONEALS FIBERGLASS PAINT & BODY
-- -----------
132 P06297-000 3,105.88
ORIX FINANCIAL
ORIX FINANCIAL

133 P06370-500 24.43
PHAHANDLE PAINTING LLC
PHAHANDLE PAINTING LLC

134 P06408-000 20.24
PARTNERS IN DESIGN
PARTNERS IN DESIGN

135 P06608-000 29.77
PERRY FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
PERRY FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
------- - ---.-
136 P06760-000 259.82
PERRY PLAZA FLORIST INC
PERRY PLAZA FLORIST INC PERRY
PLAZA PERRY FL 32347

137 P06840-500 190.26
PHILLIP SAVY MECHANICAL REPAIR
PHILLIP SAVY MECHANICAL REPAIR
------------------
138 P06852-000 626.61
PIG OUT BAR B Q
PIG OUT BAR B Q
------------------------ -
139 P06854-000 1,981.05
PIKES CUSTOM LAWNS INC
PIKES CUSTOM LAWNS INC
--- ------------------ - - - --
140 P06965-000 52.90
PORTER PLUMBING REPAIR &STOPAG
PORTER PLUMBING REPAIR STOPPAGEE
LLC

141 P06970-000 877.92
POUNCEYS RESTAURANT
POUNCEYS RESTAURANT C/O IRIS
WELLS PERRY FL 32347

142 P06972-000 341.02
POWERTEL/JACKSONVILLE INC
POWERTELJ.A'CkSONVILLE INC

143 P06988-000 45.22
PRECISION POOLS
PRECISION POOLS

144 P07039-000 32.98
PROFESSIONAL FLOORING INSTALL
PROFESSIONAL FLOORING
INSTALLATION

145 P07040-000 141.59
PROFESSIONAL REALTY
PROFESSIONAL REALTY

146 P07060-000 35.32
QUALITY FLOORING SERVICE LLC
QUALITY FLOORING SERVICE LLC

147 P07100-000 190.26
R P BACKHOE SERVICE
R P BACKHOE SERVICE

148 P07165-000 21.08
RALPH STENGELS TREE TRIMMING
RALPH STENGELS TREE TRIMMING

149 P07170-000 1,835.63
RANDEL'S LANDCLEARING & DEV
RANDEL'S LANDCLEARING & DEV 1949
S JEFFERSON PERRY FL 323470N

150 P07186-000 105.07
RAU JEFFERY K
RAU JEFFERY K

151 P07195-000 14.38
RAY'S FENCE & SERVICES INC '
RAY'S FENCE & SERVICES INC

152 P07232-000 89.76
RED ZONE CHARTERS
RED ZONE CHARTERS

153 P07240-000 39.45 /
REDMON & DALLAS
REDMON & DALLAS 300 W GREEN ST
PERRY FL 32347

154 P07261-000 184.29.
REGIONAL CONCRETE INC
REGIONAL CONCRETE INC

155 P07300-000 159.29
REYNOLDS A/C & HEATING
REYNOLDS A/C & HEATING P O BOX 7
PERRY FL 32347

156 P07312-000 42.69
RHONDA'S FAMILY HAIR CARE
RHONDA'S FAMILY HAIR CARE
---- -- - --- ---- --- - - -=== =====- _
157 P07444-000 181.47
ROSEHEAD JUNCTION
ROSEHEAD JUNCTION

158 P07485-000 725.10
ROYAL INN
ROYAL INN'

159 P07545-000 120.82


SADLER DRUM & CONTAINER
SADLER DRUM & CONTAINER
----------------- - -- -------- --- -
160 P07552-000 47.87
SADLER JENNIFER
SADLER JENNIFER

161 P07564-000 70.49
SALEM SUPER STOP
SALEM SUPER STOP

162 P07590-600 31.13
SANDERS HOUSE
SANDERS HOUSE

163 P07660-000 10,187.62


164 P07800-000 52.07
SHEFFIELD FLOYD
SHEFFIELD FLOYD

165 P07823-000 108.43
SHELTER COVE MARINA, INC.
SHELTER COVE MARINA, INC.

166 P07845-000 47.08
SILVER-N-GIFTS
SILVER-N-GIFTS

167 P07972-000 105.07
SOUND DOCTRINE CHRISTIAN BOOK
SOUND DOCTRINE CHRISTIAN BOOK
STORE

168 P08212-000 56.25
STEINHATCHEE OUTPOST RV PARK
STEINHATCHEE OUTPOST RV PARK

169 P08252-000 27.39
STEPHENS MOBILE HOME PARK
STEPHENS MOBILE HOME PARK

170 P08261-000 200.13
STRICKBILT CONSTRUCTION INC
STRICKBILT CONSTRUCTION INC

171 P08264-000 305.43
STRICKLY CELLULAR INC
STRICKLY CELLULAR INC

172 P08307-000 29.77
SUNSHINE CAR AUDIO
SUNSHINE CAR AUDIO

173 P08348-000 148.38
SWAIN ROBERT
SWAIN ROBERT

174 P08374-000 1,032.22
T & C TRUCKING INC
T & C TRUCKING INC

175 P08400-000 165.53 '
TACO EQUIPMENT& SALES INC
TACO EQUIPMENT & SALES INC 2673
S US 19 PERRY FL 32347

.176 P08435-000 87.07
TAYLOR AUTO SERVICES
TAYLOR AUTO SERVICES

177 P08545-000 232.69
TAYLOR COUNTY F R M
TAYLOR COUNTY FR M

178 P08575-000 33.62
TAYLOR STEEL BLDGS INC
TAYLOR STEEL BLDGS INC

179 P08575-400 2,316.51
TBCOM PROPERTIES LLC
TBCOM PROPERTIES LLC

180 P08577-000 9,757.21 W
TEKNOCRAFT INC
TEKNOCRAFT INC

181 P08651-000 124.86
THE GO SHAK
THE GO SHAK

182 P08652-000 119.91
THE GRASS CUTTER
THE GRASS CUTTER

183 P08800-000 1,060.70
TIDEWATER APTS
TIDEWATER APTS 4TH ST PERRY FL
32347
.... .... .... ..: - -- -- -- ----- . . .."= . . . . -- ---
184 P08810-500 701.1'1' '""' '
TIP TOP SERVICE
TIP TOP SERVICE
----------- ---- ------------
185 P08830-000 422.02
TOP CHINA BUFFET
TOP CHINA BUFFET j

186 P08840-000 . 91.52 -
TOWN & COUNTRY CAMP LODGE .
TOWN & COUNTRY CAMP LODGE C/O
RONALD W GIVEN ETUX CUPERTINO CA
95014 ETUX

187 P08850-000 194.85
TREE CAPITAL CLEANING
TREE CAPITAL CLEANING
----=- -==--- = - ----- = - = --- -==-^
188 P08870-000 814.80
TREE CAPITAL LAND DEVELOPMENT
TREE CAPITAL LAND DEVELOPMENT

189 P08939-000 100.09
TURNER FRANK
TURNER FRANK

190 P08975-000 49.15 -i
UNITED COUNTRY SAWGRASS
UNITED COUNTRY SAWGRASS

191' P09000-000 14.38
VALENTINE GERI
VALENTINE GERI

192 P09040-000 . 101.08
VILLAGOMEZ PAINTING SERVICES I
VILLAGOMEZ PAINTING SERVICES INC

193 P09064-000 1,032.45
W W TIMBER LLC
W W TIMBER LLC

194 P09150-450 16.91
WAMBOLT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE I
WAMBOLT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE INC

195 P09240-000 731.10 ,
WELL'S HOME CARE INC t
WELL'S HOME CARE INC

196 P09265-000 3,606.53 '
WENDYS
WENDYS

197 P09270-000 803.61
WEST MAIN CHEVRON
WEST MAIN CHEVRON 113 N 19 BYRON
BUTLER PKWY PERRY FL 32347
BUTLER PKWY

198 P09295-000 143.62
WHIDDON DARRELL
WHIDDON DARRELL

199 P09351-00Q 56.68
WHITMANS CONCRETE LLC
WHITMANS CONCRETE LLC

200 P09355-000 3,046.21
WILDER CREEK FARMS


WILDER CREEK FARMS

201 P09422-500 95.14
WILLIAM'S CONCRETE
WILLIAM'S CONCRETE

202 P09495-000 184.06
WINDMILL MOTEL
WINDMILL MOTEL

203 P09547-000 31.13
WORKMAN HOLLIE
WORKMAN HOLLIE

204 P09615-000 136.31
YOUNG STRIPING CO.
YOUNG STRIPING CO.


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B-6 Perry News-Herald May 9-10, 2008


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- Hey folks we are backI Had to go out of
town for a few days and we know you
mibsed us so come on out to the Sloans
Auction at 1557 Carlton Cemetery Rd. at
6:30 p.m. Friday, May 9 and we will have
another auctioh. Used and new stuff. Gary
Bonney Auctioneer AU 2021 AB2011 We
accept credit cards and checks. So come
on out and look around 10% buyers fee.
5/9


Yard Sale, Saturday, May 10, 1504 S.
Jefferson St. (Razors Edge parking Lot) 8
a.m. - 1 p.m. Lots of everything.
Children's clothes, China, ladies sizes
and toys. Household Spring Sale.
5/9
Yard Sale Saturday, 7 a.m. -10 a.m. We
have household items, men's, women's
and kids clothes, books, DVD's, video
games, 10 speed bike, central AC unit and
much more. Turn off Hwy. 98 on Gulf
Course Rd. and follow signs.
5/9
Moving Sale - 7 a.m. - 12 noon, Washer
and Dryer, household furniture, small
appliances, vanity tables, name brand
clothing, shoes, kids basketball goal,
movies/DVD's, kids games, toys. To
much to list... Everything must go.
CHEAP, CHEAP! 3339 Quail St. (Puckett
Rd. to Spring Warrior Rd.) Follow signs.
5/9
Garage Sale Friday and Saturday, 8 a.m. -
1 p.m., 1885 Shiloh Church Rd. Lots of
stuff.
5/9
3-Family Yard Sale, Friday and Saturday,
8 until Late. Jenkins Rd. off Hwy. 98. Last
house, many items.
5/9
4-Family Yard Sale, Saturday, 8 a.m. -
until, at Tree Capital Credit Union. Kids.
clothes, shoes, toys, furniture and much
more.
Opening Special Friday and Saturday 7
a.m. - Noon AVON STORE in Dairy King
584-7531 $1 00 rand creams -.tonu-s size '
deod.,ra.nis, -,3 00 purse sprays, moisture
therapy lotion, naturals.
5/2-5/30
Saturday, May 10, 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. 2nd,
Annual Barn Sale, rain or shine. 1/4 mile
south of Junction off Osteen and'Woods
Creek roads. 1/4 mile east, follow signs.
Bicycles, picnic tables, 4x8 utility trailer, 3
pt. hitch box blade 4', 3 pt hitch boom lift,-
books, kitchenware, sporting items, chairs,
wheel barrows, TV's, card tables, etc.
5/7-5/9
Yard Sale -Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. everyday. 1104 E. Julia St.
,(subdivision between TCHS and TCMS)
watch for signs, large selection of
handmade gifts.
5/7-5/9
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.


WANT TO BUY

Taylr Ilunt


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

Please call
Mark Southerland
850-584-6021


YARD SALE
Saturday, May 10
Cypress Road
(Behind Pizza Hut)
8:00 a.m.
Early Birds Will Be Shot


Yard Sale, Friday 10 a.m. '- 6 p.m. and
Saturday 8 a.m. - 11 a.m., 108 Bishop
Blvd. Tree Stands, sporting equipment,
dishes, linens, home d6cor, clothes, TV,
to many items to list.
5/9
Huge Yard Sale 2900 Mixon Rd. Off Foley
Cut Off, 1st house on the right. Everything
must go. 8 a.m. - until.
5/9
Yard Sale Friday and Saturday - Big
Screen TV, gun cabinet, dining room set,
dressers, computer desk, recliners, lots of
knick knacks, something for everyone.
Located one mile before,Hagan's Cove on
361 towards Steinhatchee, past Bird Island
at Keaton Beach. 578-2274.
5/9
Big Yard & Garage Sale. Come on out to
the big sale at 1557 Carlton Cemetery Rd.
Saturday, May 10, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Something for everyone.
5/9
Friday and Saturday, 305 E. Pace Dr.
Men's shoes size 11 to 14, children's
clothes, misc. dishes, lots of new items
this week, buttons, singer sewing
machine, child's Singer, Sm. desk, toys,
tools, 12 yards of duck material.
5/9




45x80 metal building never been put up.
Still on pallet. $12,500 1-850-926-3613
leave message
4/18-5/14
Piano Lessons Call Vicki Ratliff at 838-
5366,
4/30-5./9 - - -. ,- . :., ,
Size 10 Bridal Chest, long train, long
sleeve, beautiful. Must see. $150. neg.
Call Billie at 850-838-6049.
5/7-5/9
DINETTE SET, SOLID WOOD table & 4
chairs - $149. NEW IN BOX. Call Sandi
222-9879
5/9GCN4
Micro-Fiber sofa and loveseat. $500 Earth
tone, hardwood frame, lifetime warranty,
new in crate, delivery available. 545-7112
5/9GCN4
Queen Orthopedic Pillowtop NEW
mattress set in sealed plastic. Full
warranty. Sacrifice $275. Can deliver. 425-
8374
5/9GCN4
Tempurpedic-style NASA Memory Foam
mattress set NEW in plastic w/ warranty.
List Value $1400 Sacrifice $699. Delivery
available. 222-9879
5/9GCN4
2 Pc Full/twin mattress sets in sealed
plastic - NEW $125 ea set. Can Deliver.
545-7112.
5/9GCN4
For Sale 52" RAC HDTV with 4 year
warranty, less than a year old. Asking
$600 O.B.O.850-843-0927.
5/9-5/16


GE 23cu, Ft, Side x Side fridge with water
and ice on door, white, like new, $550,
Also, wood dining room table & chairs
$300. Call 850-843-0245.
5/9-5/14
For Sale:, Electric lift chair, blue cloth
excellent shape. $200. Call 223-3173 or
371-0643
24x5 ft. Swimming pool w/deck, lattice all
around and all cleaning supplies, outdoor
glass top table w/4 chairs, bench swing
and accessories. 838-2925

Come one...

PERRY ELKS


BINGO
Monday 6:30 p.m.
Public Welcome
7305 Puckett Road a


WANT TO BUY


Old Fireplace Brick OE GlCins
Gold (scrap) ~ Diamonds ~ Old Comic Books.
Coins (silver) & Paper Money ~ Taylor County Memorabilia


Used Furniture
Bedroom - Dining Room - Living Room - Bedding


/PB


C k( ) 2

180WMant 0 H O SE Pry6L24


$149 Queen Pillow-Top Chiro Rest
Mattress Set. New in plastic with warranty.
222-9879. Delivery available.
5/9GCN4
100% LEATHER sofa & love. No vinyl.
Never used. List $2749. Asking $799. 425-
8374. Can deliver.
5/9GCN4
3 pc. King pillowtop matt set. brand new in
wrapper $299. Can deliver. 222-7783
5/9GCN4
BEAUTIFUL CHERRY solid wood sleigh
bed & mattress. New $370. 222-9879
5/9GCN4
-" Bedroom: Complete Designer 8 piece set
including TV Armiore, all new. Sacrifice
$995. 545-7112. Can Deliver.
5/9GCN4



$1,000 for Taylor Co. Auto Tags 1911-17.
Also Want FL Tags before 1958. Call Jeff
727-345-6627. gobucs13@aol.com
www.floridalicenseplates.com
4/9-5/30


4/4tfRC


Need Cash?
Got Junk?
Got Junk Cars, Truck?
I buy Scrap Metals!!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales


Adorable 3 mo. Old puppy, all shots,
wormed - paper trained. Small toy. $200 to
cover vet.
5/9

Free Kittens 584-6388.
5/7-5/9

Red nose pit bull, 8 weeks old, all shots,
all wormed $150. Call 813-760-0812.
4/30-5/16


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
New or Used Mobile Homes with No
money down for Land Owners. 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
$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
2005 Fleetwood Single Wide Mobile Home
2 bed/2 bath, Immaculate Condition. Fully
Furnished. Asking $22,500 OBO. Call
584-7956 or 843-0098 Leave a message.
4/25-5,30
1992 Nobility 24x44 2/2 Metal Roof - Metal
Sides, Must see, $10,500.
5/7-5/9
1992 destinyy 24x56 4/2 Completely
refurbished. New Paint, Carpet; Vinyl
$17,500
5/7-5/9
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.




FOUND - Lady's prescription glasses
found in front of Veterans Park on
Jefferson. Call 843-3986 (Cell) or 584-
5241 (home).
5/9


CLASSIFIED
Small Ads
BIG DEALS


2 bed/1 bath duplex available now..$475 a
month. First, last and security. No pets.
850-371-1568.
5/7-5/16
Perry - House for Rent
City water and sewer. 2 bed/1 bath, central
heat and air, carport, suitable for one
person or couple. W/D, storage, indoor well
kept pet allowed. Non-smoker, $450 per
month + $1,000 security. Please call
collect. Mrs. Peckley 1-330-922-1767.
5/9-6/4
3 bed/2 bth House small bedrooms $560
per month. 1st, last and sec. deposit.
1 Mobile Home $500 per month. 1st, last
and sec. deposit. No pets. Call 223-3227.
4/9tfLK
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
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
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
Furnished rooms for rent. Call 838-1524
PIN#77
3/26tfWB

Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 954-647-5057.
6/21tfnSGR
Commercial Building for Lease - Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's.
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 954-647-5057.
7/12tfnSGR
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

Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
Rental assistance available. HUD
vouchers accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC & non-
HC accessible apartments. Office hours
are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Thurs. Call 850-
584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett Rd,
Perry, Fl, 32347. Equal' Housing
Opportunity.
5/2tfnSV


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

Westgate Motel Rooms available for Rent.
Refriyc :t.*, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heatpr. Everything included. $165
weekly or $40 daily tax inciuded.(RV sites
also available ) 1627 S. Byron Butler
Pkwy. 850-5�4-5235.
11/14tfLS





Fun!


BINGO


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

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





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
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 Financina with Large
Down Payment. 584-4678,
3/2 brick on 24 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
For Sale 7 1 acre lots, suitable for all
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
Commercial building for sale 13,500 sq. ;t.
Old Badcock Furniture building. Call 850-
584-5891 Pete Fortner.
3/5tf BC
2 acres at Shady Grove, Store ffont plus
residential. $89,900 All Realty Services
850-973-9990. -
2/1tfARS
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.. .
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Landforsal, 22 Noth etwen Silo


Sheffield & Sheffield Realty, Inc.

Showcasing Homes on
Saturday, May 10

Homes to be open for viewing:
10:00 - 11:00 am - 308.Glenridge Rd. - $249,900
11:00 am - 12:00 noon - 417 Plantation Rd. - $249,500.

Call Vivian Sheffield, Lic. Real Estate Broker
584-9766 for further information






Beautiful 11.17 acres just outside of the city limits located
on the corner of E. Ellison Road and Holley Road. Near to
schools. Excellent location for much needed subdivision
(2 dwellings per acre). Listed at $125,500. CALL TODAY!!

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Listed by John Courtney, Sales Associate
itfo@gradymoore com www.gradyminoore.com
316 W. Green St. Perry, Florida 32347
850-584-7514 FAX ~ 850-584-9382
Serving Perry - Taylor County for over 35 years.


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


Hog Dogs For Sale

10-11 months old - asking $150
..... (850) 584-2573

Please leave ' -- -"
message if .A - .' " .
no answer,
we will
call back.

Friendly, i
but must '
go!


IRONWOOD HOMES OF PERRY

850-838-9090


S2 BR $29,990!!



. , .... 4 BR $54,990 .!!

S-0 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*"


YARD
SALES


IMOBKILEHOMES


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AUCTION1









S B-7 Perry News-Herald May 9-10, 2008


Steak: $1.38/pound


Sea Hag Marina in Ste,nha:nh-e is
seeking to hire a self-motivated indiv'du .
with a passion for people! Must posa.
excellent phone skills, 'be willing rto
submit to drug testing and agree to work
..weekends. All interested applicants
--should apply in person at 322 R:vers:,e
S:Drive, Steinhatchee. Extra preference ,r !
:be given to individuals .'ih
-. - clerical/accounting experience
13/28tfSHM

Advent Christian Village
S658-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.
EEOE; Drug Free Workplace, Criminal
:background checks required. Apply in
'person at ACV Personnel Department
:Mon.'thru Fri., 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m..
ECarter Village Hall, 10680 Dowling Park
Drive, Dowling Park, FL, fax resume to
-(386)658-5160.
.5/2-5/14ACV

.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
D/28NFMC

Substance Abuse Counselor
Human Services agency is seeking a Full-
time Substance Abuse Counselor to serve
Perry. Preferred candidate will have a
Master's degree in social or behavioral
Science. Also prefer experience working
with adults and/or juveniles involved with
substancee abuse.
:Oualified applicants must complete a
"DISC Village employment application and
submit to: Perry Counselor, 3333 W.
Pensacola St., Suite 150, Tallahassee, FL
32304. Applications may be downloaded
at www.discvillage.com. EOE/Drug-Free
Workplace.
5/7-5/9

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

CLERK NEEDED: Sea Hag Marina in
Steinhatchee is seeking to hire a spif-
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


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

WANTED - EXPERT PEANUT BOILER
Taking applications for a person to boil
and sell peanuts at Pepperhead
convenience store 4 days per week.
ni-hursday through Sunday). Must be
relabIe, honest and self starter. Full time
and part time should apply. Drug Free
workplace. Apply in person at Ware Oil &
Supply Co., Inc. 2715 S. Byron Butler
Pkwy., Perry, FL Apply May 12 through
May 16.
5/7-5/14WO
Secretary Wanted: Georgia-Florida Bark &
Mulch. Must have excellent people and
telephone skills, as well as be familiar
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. 850-5884-4807,
5/7-5/21

Warehouse/Delivery Person
Qualified individual will be responsible for
the daily warehouse and grounds
requirements, receiving, loading,
. i-.1: ,-. .j 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.
4/11 tfWO
Avon Reps Needed! How would you lihe 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.
11/2tfBJ

Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners
Call in Roll Off Site Attendant - $6.68 hr.
Job descriptions and applications can be
obtained from www.taylorcountygov.com
or One Stop Mobile Unit located in the K-
Mart parking lot on Wednesday 9 a.m. - 6
p.m. Positions are open until filed. Taylor
County Board of County Commissioners
is, an EOE/VP/DT. Background check
employer.
5/9tfBCC
Immediate Opening
Production Supervisor
with leading manufacturer of ordnance
products. Must have ability to supervise
activities of assigned departments) with
respect to safety, quality, personnel, cost,
meeting production schedules, production
volume and cleanliness. Must possess a
high school diploma and at least one year
related experience. Wages commensurate
with experience; good benefits. Resumes
should be sent to ssleigher@martin-
electronics.com or faxed to (850)584-2044
Attn: Suzanne. .AAE/EEO/VP
5/9
The Taylor County Board of County
C"'nnmmissioners ' desires to ,'receive
proposals for employee group dental
benefits. Contact Colleen Ramos or Deniz
Palalar et Gallagher Benefit Services Inc.
for information and RFP package. Phone:
800-676-4004. Proposals are due by 4
p.m., May 28, 2008.
5/9-5/23


2484 Foley Road
Come and see this nice 3/2 Brick home on 0.92 acres. This
home has solid hardwood flooring, large storage building /
workshop and a double car garage that has been closed in.
City water and gas with a private well for watering the lawn.
Listed at $95,000. CALL TODAY TO SEE!!


Listed by John Courtney, Sales Associate
info@gradyinoore.com www.gradymoore.comn
316 W. Green St. Perry, Florida 32347
850-584-7514 FAX ~ 850-584-9382
Serving Perry - Taylor County for over 35 years.





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.


Single, white, female, age 52, full figured
lady would like to meet a divorced white
gentlemen to pal around with. Loves to
fish, bunt, ride in woods, dining and
dancing. Family oriented, no drugs or
drinking. Call 223-1043
5/6-5/16


1994 Aerostar Van XLT runs, needs minor
repairs. $1200. OBO For more information
call 584-8183
5/7-5/9
Tires and Rims - 20's for sale with new
Toyo tires proxies s/T 305x50x20 rims 6
lug fits new Ford or it has new spacers to
fit Chevrolet models. Paid $2,200 sell for
$800 call 843-0474 or 223-1151.
5/7-5/9
. --
Vinyl roll top cover, fits Chevrolet full size
truck bed. $300 OBO, Call 223-2164 or
321-624-1813.
5/7-5/9
2000 GMC Sierra 2500, 8.1L, V8,
automatic, fully loaded, 104k miles. Call
672-2114.
4/30-5/9
1996 Chevy S-10 Pickup 4 cyl. 5 speed
food tires, new clutch, runs good, looks
good, excellent gas, mileage, $1,900 or
trade. Call 843-0883.


19' Robalo Center Console with outriggers.
2000 Evinrude Ocean pro 175 H.P. Low
hours, dual axle trailer. Everything in great
shape. $7500. 1602 Old Dixie Hwy. 223-
1813.
5/9
1978 International Cub tractor with planter,
bottom plow, harrow, etc. Great shape.
$3,800. 672-0381.
5/7-5/16




J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
tfJD

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
Tall Timber stump grinding and tractor
work, free,estimates, no job or stump to big
or too small, good deals for all... Home
850-584-8191 or cell 850-838-5923 and
ask for Mark A. Moneyham certified quality
specialist.
5/7-7/25


I


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
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
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 a.m. to 6
p.m.
4/18-5/9


TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours

- Tile Floors ~
~ Pet Odors ~

584-CLEAN
(584-2532)


The Handyman experts LLC, honest workI
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 Cell#
838-6077.25 years.
5/2tfJM

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

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


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


PROA


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned intends to sell the personal
property described below to'enforce a
lien imposed on said property under the
Florida Self Storage Facility Act Statutes
(section 83.801-83.809)
The undersigned will sell at public sale by
competitive bidding or, dispose of on
the 17th day of May, 2008, at 10:00am,
on the premises where said property
has been stored and whic4t are located
at Lock & Key Mini Storage, 1309 South.
Jefferson Street, Perry, County of Taylor,
State of Florida, the following:
Teresa Tensley, Unit E6, household
goods
Chris Hendricks, Unit E7, household
goods
Manuel Hendricks, Unit E8, household
goods
Sue Wilson, Unit E34, household goods
Debra Hoffman Echtle, Unit F46,
household goods
April Burker, Unit F80, household goods
Purchases must be paid for at time of
sale, in cash! All purchased units sold as
is where are and items must be
removed and unit cleaned at the time
of sale. Sale subject to cancellation in
the event of settlement between owner
and obligated party.
Dated this 9th day of May, 2008
5/9, 5/14, 5/16

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE Is hereby given, That the Taylor
County Board Of County Commissioners
will hold a public hearing Monday,. May
20, 2008 at 6:15 p.m., to receive public
Input regarding the Taylor County
Transportation Disadvantaged Program
and review of the 2008-2009 goals. This
public hearing is being held per the
terms of the planning grant agreement
with the Florida commission for the
transportation disadvantaged. The
public hearing will be held in theToaylor
County Board Of Commissioners
meeting room 201 E Green street Perry,
Florida 32347. All persons Interested In this
matter should be Governed by this
public notice.
Additional Information may be obtained
from:
Melody Cox
(858) 838-3500 ext. 113
Dated this 5th day of May 2008
Board Of County Commisslonprs
Taylor County, Florida
5/9


NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING: The District
Board of Trustees of North Florida
Community College will hold its regular
monthly meeting Tuesday, May 20, 2008
at 4:00 p.m. In the NFCC Student Center
Lakeside Room, NFCC, 325 NW Turner
Davis Dr., Madison, FL. A copy of the
agenda may be obtained by writing:
NFCC, Office of the President, 325 NW
Turner Davis Dr., Madison, FL 32340. For
disability-related accommodations,
contact the NFCC Office of College
Advancement, 850-973-1653. NFCC is
an equal access/equal opportunity
employer.



In the County Court, In and For Taylor
County, Florida
Case No.: 07-503-SC
Division: Small Claims
Scruggs Concrete Company
Plaintiff,
ys, ..
Whittmqn'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 filed 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:


MI -- r shall.H althcar

207 Marshal Dr. - Perr
Dru FeeWokpac -EqalOporu^H Mnity Employer


25h^AN'NIVK-s




Big Bend
Hospice)

Your Hometown Hospice
Licensed Since 1983


Great benefit package!

Interested candidates can apply in person at 801 SW4Smith 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


cents; and full cut, boneless round
steak for $1.38 a pound.

CRUISING FOR NEWS
Imogene Ross and Ella Oglesby
of Steinhatchee were pictured with
friends from the seven-day cruise
they t6ok to the Caribbean on the
M.S. Boheme.
They visited the Dominican
Republic, St. Thomas, San Juan,
Puerto Rico and Haiti. By their
return to Miami, they had logged
in more than 2,043 miles.


Joel F. Foreman
Foreman & Olvera, P.A.
.492 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 Salina Ford
As Deputy Clerk
05/02, 05/09

Public Notice To Professional Engineers
Notice Under The Consultant's
Competitive Negotiations Act: Section
287.055, Florida Statutes
The CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
PERRY, FLORIDA announces that
professional engineering services are
required'on the project listed below.
The City encourages engineering firms
or Individuals qualified by law to
practice engineering in the State of
Florida who desire to provide
professional engineering services for this
project to submit a statement of
qualifications and experience.
PROJECT: City of Perry
Sanitary Sewer Facilities Project, to
Include new sanitary sewer lines, lift
stations and sanitary sewer hook ups.
This project is partially financed with
Fiscal Year 2007 Florida Small Cities
Community Development Block Grant
Program federal funds by the State of
Florida Department of Community Affairs
pursuant to Chapter 290, Florida Statutes,
entitled the Florida Small Cities
Community Development Block.Grant
Act, as amended, and the Housing and
Community Development Act of 1974,
as amended.
DESCRIPTION: Professional
engineering and surveying services are
required for a wastewater facilities
project consisting of sanitary sewer lines,
lift stations and sewer hook ups. .
SERVICE Engineering and
surveying services required for this
project Include, but are not limited to,
surveying; the preparation
REQUESTED: of reports and
evaluations for permits which are
required by local. State, and Federal
Slaws; the preparation of all plans and
specifications for the construction of the
project; assistance In the evaluation and
recommendation on the bids submitted
for the project; and the performance of
Inspection services during construction
of the project.
QUALIFICATIONS: Prospective
engineering firms or Individuals must be
qualified' by law to practice engineering
In the State of Florida. A person or
affiliate who has been placed on the
convicted vendor list following a
conviction for a public entity crime,
pursuant to Section 287.133, Florida
Statutes, may not submit a bid on a
contract to provide any goods or
services to a public entity, may not
submit a bid on a contract with a public
entity for the construction or repair of a
public building dr public work, may not
submit bids on leases of real property to
a public entity, may not be awarded or
perform work as a contractor, supplier,
subcontractor, or consultant under a
contract with any public entity, and may
not transact business with any public
entity In excess of the threshold amount
provided In Section 287.017 Florida
Statutes, for Category Two for a period
of 36 months from the date of being
placed on the convicted vendor list.
SELECTION The criteria used In
making the selection of the engineering
firm or individual for this project will
Include the following Items based upon
CRITERIA: a total of 100
points,. as follows: (1) capacity to
complete the work (25 points); (2)
technical qualifications (25 points); (3)
specific experience with wastewater
facility improvements projects (25
points); and (4) post experience with
local governments (25 points). The total
score for these criteria will be used to
establish the rank order for the selection
of the engineering firm.
ADDITIONAL If you have any
questions concerning this matter, please
contact Robert A. Brown, Jr.,- City
Manager, Clty of Perry, I
INFORMATION: 224 South Jefferson
Street, Perry, Florida 32347-3245 at (850)
584-7161.
APPLICATION: Qualified
professional engineers should submit ten
(10) copies of a statement of
qualifications and experience to: Robert
A. Brown, Jr., City Manager, City of Perry,
224 South Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida
32347-3245 . Envelopes should be
marked "Engineer Qualification
Statement for the City of Perry Fiscal
Year 2007 Community Development
Block Grant Project.' Statement of
qualifications bound by ring binder
notebooks will not be accepted.
Facsimile or electronic mall statements
of qualifications will not be accepted.
The deadline for the receipt of
statements of qualifications Is May 30,
2008 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight
Savings Time. Any statements received
after the deadline will not be
considered by the Clty.
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