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IJune 67, 2008


.Jane 6-7, 200)8


~Summer




leti!y at
Rtroary


The Taylor County Public Library will
kick off its annual Summer Reading
Program Friday, June 6, from 2-4,
.today at the library (not at City Park,
s reported Wednesday).
Special guests will be the group
"Klown Kapers," which includes a
clown, sketch artist and balloon artist.
Admission is free.

Mevcr to discuss
hurricane preparedness
Sandy Meyer will be the guest
-.speaker at Tuesday, June 10, meeting
of the Taylor County Coastal
Communities Association, starting at 6
p.m.
.-. Meyer will be speaking on tornado
and hurricane preparedness, as well
as the aftereffects of tornadoes and
1turricanes. He is presently the hazard
mitigation project manager for the,
state and currently involved in the
statewidee regional evacuation study
:group, Gulf Coast Resiliency Working
: Group and project manager for both
Coastal High Hazard Areas and Post
Disaster Redevelopment Planning
study initiatives
Association President Patti Causey
invites everyone interested to attend
the meeting.

Kindergarten registration
-continues in June
Perry Primary School will be
conducting registration for incoming
kindergarten students during the
month of June on Tuesdays and
Wednesday from 8-11 a.m.
For more information, contact the
school at 838-2506.

leadership Council invites
Ill members to Saturday

The Taylor County Leadership
Council will meet Saturday at 3 p.m. at
Jerkins Community Center.
:All members are asked to be
present.

Program offers free meals
or children
The summer food service program
continues at Stewart Memorial AMC
Church now through Aug. 15.
Nutritionally balanced meals are
provided free of charge to all children
ages 18 and under regardless of race,
color, sex, disability, age or national
origin.
Meals are served from 11 a.m. to
1"p.m., at 1113 West Hampton Springs
Avenue M6nday through Friday
(except for the 4th of July holiday).
:For transportation, contact the
church at 584-7194.

Tribe meets Saturday
The Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe
East of the Mississippi will hold its
monthly meeting Saturday, June 7.
A covered dish luncheon will be
held at noon. For more information,
contact Chief Louis Parker at 584-
6718 or Scott French at 838-2283.

Need help with a federal
agency?
A member of Congressman Allen
Boyd's .staff will be at the Taylor
County Courthouse Wednesday, June
11, from 9:30-11:30 a.m.. The
representative will be at the elections
office.
'Staff members are trained to assist
constituents with issues relating to
various federal agencies.







Collective Format p. B-2


Saving $1.9 million




30 face lay-offs at schools


More than 30 school employees
will soon be out of work, including
12 annual contract teachers whose
contracts will not be renewed.
Another 50 or so employees will
see their salaries reduced as part of
a massive series of cost-cutting
measures approved Tuesday night
by the Taylor County School
Board before a standing-room-
only crowd of more than 100
teachers, administrators and staff.
The personnel cuts will save the
district some $1.9 million in the
2008-09 fiscal year.
Other measures will save an
additional $1.1 million (see related
story).
The recommendations were
made by District School
Superintendent Oscar M. Howard
Jr. and were developed by a
committee created to respond to a
report from the Florida Association
of District School Superintendents
(FADSS) chronicling the district's
financial woes.
Director of Personnel Clyde
Cruce, who was on the committee,
outlined the proposed cuts to the
school board.
Some 18 annual teaching
contracts will not be renewed. Six
of those positions were either
vacant or will be vacant due to
retirement.
Also, 16 instructional aides will
no longer have a job. Four
additional aide positions that are
currently vacant will remain
unfilled.
Five vacant food service
positions will also. not be filled.
.The district will also eliminate six
bus routes, resulting in four lost
jobs.
Finally, one MIS position and
one finance position will also be
eliminated.
By school, the following
positions will be either cut or not
renewed:
Pre-K: ESE teacher and ESE
teacher aide.
Perry Primary School:
guidance, elementary teacher and
five teacher aides.
Taylor County Elementary:
ESE teacher, two elementary
teachers and five teacher aides.
Taylor County Middle School:
alternative education teacher, drop


The first official function
held at the gymnasium was
graduation ceremonies for
the Class of 1943.


Welcome,


classmates

Countless memories were made
under the shade of the oak tree
which stood in front of the "old
high school" on Julia Street.
Young girls and boys gathered
on the benches and shared secrets,
plans and dreams of their lives to
come.
On Saturday, many of those
Taylor County High School
(TCHS) alumni will gather for
what has been dubbed the
"Greatest Generation" reunion.
Graduates from the 1930s and
1940s will renew old friendships
and swap tall tales of teenage
adventures from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at the Perry Elks Club.
"We have more than 200
registered guests already," 1939
TCHS graduate Doris Kelynack





Perry News-Herald
Two sections. 119thl Year, No. 23
www.peirrynewspiapeirs.icom


out prevention teacher, vocational
teacher, media aide and two
teacher aides.
Taylor County High School:
PE teacher, reading teacher, home
economics teacher, science
teacher, a teacher, media aide, ISS
teacher aide, pre/post natal clinic
aide and teacher aide.
Taylor Learning Center: ESE
teacher, teacher aide and behavior


specialist.
Taylor Technical Institute:
carpentry instructor, adult
education, computer lab technician
and business education instructor.
Steinhatchee School: reading
coach.
Administration: MIS computer
technician, finance prop records,
superintendent's office .DCT
student and transportation aide.


Of the five vacant food service
positions, two are at TCHS, two at
TCMS and one at Steinhatchee
School.
In addition to the outright cuts,
33 positions will reduced from 12
months salary to 11 months, one'
position from 12 months to 10
months, eight positions from 11
months to 10 months, and two
positions from 10 months to nine


months.
Several other positions will have
hours-per-day reduced.
The projected cost savings from
the personnel cuts are $51,115 at
Pre-K, $205,595 at PPS, $184,893
at TCES, $197,524 at TCMS,
$320,826 at TCHS, $95,459 at
TLC, $214,608 at TTI and
*** Please see page 3


Additional

cuts add


More than 100 school teachers, aides, administrators and bus drivers, along with
employees from almost every department in the Taylor County School District, crammed the
School Board meeting room Tuesday to voice their concerns over a large series of personnel
cuts which will leave more than 30 people without a job. Board members, along with
.Superintendent Oscar M.. Howard Jr., fielded questions for almost two hours before the board
approved a budget recovery proposal which will save the district some $3 million next year,
including $1 9 million in personnel reductions.



Employees grill board


Emotions ran high at times as
teachers and staff questioned
'Taylor County School District
officials for almost two hours
Tuesday about a proposal to
eliminate some 50. positions
around the county.
The Taylor County School
Board began with a .5 p.m..
financial workshop, as more than
100 district personnel filled the
meeting room well beyond


.lift


capacity, forcing many to sit on the
floor or to stand in the doorway.
With a short break for a closed
legal meeting, the questions kept
the workshop going right up to the
7 p.m. start of the board's regular
meeting.
Superintendent of Schools Oscar
M. Howard began the workshop,
outlining the district's financial
struggles, including a $1 million
budget deficit coupled with




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The former Taylor County High School


said.
,Many of that generation were
touched by the events of World
War II and those times, too, will be
recalled.
"We are going to have a brief
memorial for those (soldiers) who
died during the war. Almost all of
them graduated during the 1930s
and early 1940s," Kelynack said.
She and her sister, Polly Perkins
(a 1942 TCHS graduate), noted
that among the expected guests is
the daughter of the late Carolyn
Culpepper.
"Carolyn was a commercial pilot
during World War II and ferried
fighter planes to bases all over the
United States. Her daughter heard
about the reunion and wanted to
come and meet people who knew



Looking Back ....... A-2
Living ............... A-4
Sports . ........... A-6
Religion .......... ... A-7


her mother during her school
days," Kelynack said.
"Carolyn graduated from TCHS
in 1935. She died just two years
ago," Perkins said.
The sisters have been a point of
contact fqr many returning for the
reunion and have no shortage of
stories to share. Another special
guest will be former teacher
Catharin Norman, the only teacher
from 'those years remaining.
The reunion was spearheaded by
Marilyn NeSmith Jackson, who
has been assisted by a number of
local residents.
Organizers have also announced
that anyone wishing to visit old
friends is invited to attend an
afternoon reception at 2 p.m.
Admission is free.



Community ... . .B-1
Entertainment ......... B-2
TV listings ...... . .... .B-3
Classifieds ........... B-4


reduced state funding.
"We're faced with a situation in
this school system where we have
to reduce our expenses," Howard
said.
"The State of Florida voted to
reduce taxes. Our governor
championed that issue. One of the
things we have is cheap schools
and we have to make ours cheap in
,, Please see page 8


up to $1 .1


million

In addition to the massive
personnel cuts approved by the
Taylor County School Board
Tuesday, the cost savings plan
includes approximately $1.1
million in other proposals to return
the district's general fund to a
positive balance.
The school district has been
facing significant financial woes
since its 2006-07 audit, which was
presented to the board in March,
reported a more than $1 million
general fund deficit.
The audit findings prompted
Superintendent Oscar M. Howard
Jr. to request assistance from the
Florida AssocTiation of District
School Superintendents (FADSS),
which responded with a lengthy
analysis of the district's financial
situation.
That report showed that,
coupled with the deficit, were
additional questioned costs from
both the 2005-06 and 2006-07
school years, a budget variance for
the current year, a deficit in the
insurance fund, and $1.6 million in
reduced state funding for the
' 2008-09 year, bringing that total
up to $3.8 million.
After initial talks with Florida
Department of Education officials,
Please see page 8


Stone makes bid



for circuit judge


Thomas "Tom" Stone of
Madison has qualified as a
candidate for the circuit judge
position being vacated upon the
retirement of the Honorable
John W. Peach.
Stone has practiced law for 32
years in the Third Judicial
Circuit, which consists of seven
counties: Columbia, Dixie,
Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison,
Suwannee and Taylor.
During that time he has
appeared in all seven counties of
the judicial circuit representing
clients in a wide variety of cases.
He has been nominated by the
Third Judicial Circuit Judicial
Nominating Committee on two
previous occasions for
appointment to vacant circuit
judge positions. This committee
is composed of lawyers and non-
lawyer members of the
communities in the Third Circuit
and is responsible for reviewing
applications, conducting
interviews and recommending to
the governor the most qualified
members of the bar to become a
judge.


Stone was born in
Jacksonville and graduated from
high school in Miami. His
mother, Connie Cowart Skinner,
was born and raised in Madison.
He attended the University of
Florida where he was awarded
-* Please see page 3


Tom Stone


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A-2 Perry News-Herald June 6-7, 2008


Alma



Mater

Dear ole High School,
We love you,
our Ideal and Pride,
We will hold up
your standards
Whatever may betide.

We will follow your colors
Flung out to the sky;
We will give our
heart's devotion to
Ole Taylor High.

(Left) These "snapshots"
. were featured in the 1945,
TACOHI annual. This
weekend, Taylor County
High School alumni from the
1930s and. 1940s will.,
gather to reminisce and pay
tribute to their Alma Mater.
More than 250 guests are
expected for the event,
billed as the "Greatest
Generation" reunion.
The reunion will be held
Saturday, from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m., at the Perry .Elks
Club.


iance at the past

!Tla rce a


1880 census was taken. She had
two sisters who were also over 100
years old.

TOP 10 STUDENTS
PICTURED, HONORED
Awards were presented to the
Top 10 students at Taylor County
High School. Pictured were
Beverly Cash, Sheree Storey, Neal
Schrenk, Ellann Mickelson, Greg
Parker, Gail Stewart, Andy
Jackson, Tammie Askew, Bill
Salesman and Barbara Burns. Bob
Childs of Buckeye madd the
presentations.

TRUCK DRIVER CHARGED
IN SLAIN WOMAN'S DEATH
The mutilated body of an
Augusta, Ga., woman was found in
the cab of a large truck parked at
the roadside park on U.S. 27 east
of Perry. The truck driver, Robert
Clifton Kizziah of Columbus,
Miss., turned himself in to
authorities on the advice of his
attorney.

RUMOR MAKES FRONT PAGE
Headlines declared: "Pot parties
rumored in Perry." The article
recounted several hospital


Perry June 6-7, 2008

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admissions during the Memorial
Day weekend, with underage
teenagers suffering from
overdoses. "They were all from
well-known families," the article
stated. Sheriff Maurice Linton
commented. "It's not the kids that
we want to put in jail, it's the
pushers who are making several
hundred dollars a week off these
kids."

TCHS READY.TO
GRADUATE 202
As graduation neared (on June


More than 5,000 ships and
D-Day invasion.


6), school officials reported that
202 would graduate in the Class of
1973, led by the Top 10 students
noted for high academic
,ahievement, .'w~tlin,;,the) class. ",
Miss Tammie Askew will be
valedictorian and Miss Sheree
Storey will be salutatorian.

OFF TO EUROPE
A group of Taylor County High
School students was packed and
ready for a trip to Europe, led by
.-, Please see page 3


13,000 aircraft supported the


Marching to victory

Today--June 6--marks the 64th anniversary of the Allied
invasion at Normandy...D-Day.
The following is a transcript of the orders, as given by Gen.
Dwight D. Eisenhower:
"Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen of the Allied Expeditionary Force!
You are about to embark upon a great crusade, toward which we
have striven these many months. The eyes of the world are upon you.
The hopes and prayers of liberty loving people everywhere march
with you. In company with our brave Allies and brothers in arms on
other fronts, you will bring about the destruction of the German war
machine, the elimination ofNazi tyranny over the oppressed peoples
of Europe, and security for ourselves in a free world.
Your task will not be an easy one. Your enemy is well trained, well
equipped and battle hardened, he will fight savagely.
But this is the year 1944! Much has happened since the Nazi
triumphs of 1940-41. The United Nations have inflicted upon the
Germans great defeats, in open battle, man to man. Our air
offensive has seriously reduced their strength in the air and their
capacity to wage war on the ground. Our home fronts have given us
an overwhelming superiority in weapons and munitions of war, and
placed at our disposal great reserves of trained fighting men. The
tide has turned! The free men of the world are marching together to
victory!
I have full confidence in your courage, devotion to duty and skill
in battle. We will accept nothing less than full victory!
Good Luck! And let us all beseech the blessings of Almighlty God
upon this great and noble undertaking."


rEevp Were ere

Editor's Note: The fouLth volume of the Taylor County Historical Society
series "They Were Here" features the "good and noble pioneers...whose virtues
they stood for and promoted have continued to be an influence in the lives of
those who have been recipients of their accomplishments."
Lena Bishop Wilkes
1892-1973
Mrs. Lena Bishop Wilkes was a native
of Aucilla, Fla. She was married to H.T.
Wiikes of Greenville in 1917. They were
the parents of one son: Clayton Rudolph.
S., ^' Mr. Wilkes had two children by a former
S marriage:.H. Winston and Alee.
.' In her early years, Lena Bishop studied
to become teacher at Florida Normal
Institute .in Madison and at Florida State
College for Women. She was teaching at
Garbett's Crossing when she became
acquainted with Mr. Wilkes. They
became residents of Perry where they
became members of the First Methodist
Lena Bishop Wilkes Church. She actively participated in the
program of the church until her demise.
Her cheerful and optimistic disposition made an endearing impression
upon her associates.
It is interesting to note that within recent years that three county
school superintendents have emerged from 'the Bishop family at
Aucilla: Desmond Bishop of Jefferson', Griffin Bishop of Madison
and Howard Bishop of Alachua.
Dewitt Hendry and Mary Cruce Hendry
1890-1974, 1887-1965
Robert Dewitt Hendry was the son of the Rev. James M. and Lou
Williams Hendry. He married Mary Cruce, who was the daughter of
Hardy and Jessie Durden Cruce. Their children were: Eutha (Ezell),
Eunice (Carroll) and Erma Dee (Kennedy.).
They were both born and .grew to
maturity in the area between Boyd and
Rockville. After marriage, they continued i-.
their residence in -this same area of the
county for a few years and then moved to a
location about one mile north of Perry. He
was. a farmer and cattleman for his entire
career. He was always interested and active
in the New Life and Lake Bird churches.
The fact that his father was the organizer of
both was a matter of pride to him and he
participated in observation of Jim Hendry
Day at Lake Bird as long as he lived. His
good qualities are evident in his offspring
from Port St. Joe to Buckville. Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Hendry
.-- . E.C. Calhoun
;.,,. ... 1886-4926 .
^ ; Eugene Clayton Calhoun was a native
S .*f of Perry and was the son of John C. and
* Mary Hendry Calhoun. He married Miss
. Gussie Barnes and their children were:
,Eugene Clayton Jr., Ashley Barnes, Mary
Chattie and Rabun (Chappell).
>. E.C. Calhoun first became an attorney-
Sat-law and practiced in Perry until 1915.
He was active in civic affairs of both the
city and county. Many records on file in
the courthouse bear his name as deputy
E.C. Calhoun Clerk of Court. He bears the distinction
of being chosen as the first
commencement speaker for Taylor County High School, having
brilliantly performed this function for the Class of 1913.
He gave up his law. practice to enter the Florida Methodist
Conference as a minister. He served churches at Hastings, Fort Pierce
and Lake City. His shocking demise occurred while he was pastor at
Lake City. He truly made his existence count. His influence is still
existent in the Florida Conference in ministry of his son, who has
serve in many important phases of the Methodist program.
O.A. Simmons and
Mary Poppell Simmons
1895-1975, 1901-1944
Ira Dalton Grubbs was the son of Henry. '
and Addie Head Grubbs.
He married Miss Anna Davis, the
daughter of Mathew and Roberta Hendry
Davis.
They were the parents of Herman,. O.A. Simmons
Hildred, Rupert, Kenneth and Robert.
He resided in the Pisgah area, and he
attended Pisgah and Perry schools. By
occupation, he was a farmer and a brick
mason.
Although he died young, his offspring
did much to continue the good Hendry and
Grubbs heritage.
His son, Herman, became a minister of j-
the gospel and served as county -a -Ppe Simmon
commissioner and rural mail carrier. Mary Poppell Simmons
W.R. Carlton
1881-1963
William Robert Carlton was a native of Taylor County, a son of
Thomas Lee Carlton. He married Miss Alice Stephens and their
children were: Edith lone (Gunter), Minnie Ruth (Houck), Leila
(Shuler), John C. and Leatha Rovetta
,: (Collins).
''\l Mr. Carlton was a farmer and he
operated farms in three areas of the
.. county during his career: Pine Level,
Sand Hills and McMullen.
' b Interspersed with his farming, 'he did
"' work for Potts Turpentine business at one
S\ y time. He sent his children to schools that
were in existence in the three areas
referred to above. He enjoyed hunting
and fishing and in his early days game
was plentiful. His good influence
W.R. Carlton continues to exist in the lives of his


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Both individual copies and complete sets of the "They
Were Here" series are available at the Taylor County
Historical Society, which is open every, Thursday
afternoon from 1-5 p.m.


A.


THE TACO TIMES
May 31, 1973

GASOLINE WAS IN THE
NEWS THEN, TOO
Local gas stations were
reporting a shortage of gasoline in
1973; operators were responding
with shorter days to stretch, the
dwindling supplies. "All of our
stations are on allotments to
receive the same amount of gas
they sold in May 1972, but most of
them report a higher demand for
gas from the motoring public," said
Don Everett, manager of Ware Oil
and Supply. An accompanying
editorial encouraged drivers to
slow down and conserve gas.
"Auto experts report that fuel
consumption increases 10 percent
when speed is increased from 60
m.p.h. to 70 m.p.h."

AT AGE 111, COUNTY'S
OLDEST CITIZEN DIES
Taylor County's oldest citizen,
Mrs. Etta Laramore, died at the age
of 111 from natural causes. Her
date of birth, June 1, 1862, was
certified by the Census Bureau
which showed her as 18 when the


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A-3 Perry News-Herald June 6-7, 2008




Report: Taylor schools are over-staffed


LAY-OFFS
Continued from page 1
$101,675 at Steinhatchee.
Cuts in administration, including ,
food service, total $144,030.
"Our employees are not
overpaid." Cruce said at Tuesday's
meeting. "Our employees know
this. If you look at surrounding
districts, our employees are not


overpaid.
"But based on current (state)
funding--which is about $2 million
less than it was a couple of years
ago--and based on the FADSS
report, we are over-staffed. We're
over-staffed both instructionally
and non-instructionally.
"Let me say, we all know that all
of our folks--99.9 percent of our
folks--work hard and deserve


Candidate is an Army veteran


STONE
Continued from page 1


an Army ROTC scholarship, was a
member of the Dean's List and was
designated as a Distinguished
Military GradOate.
Upon graduation with a bachelor
of science degree in business
administration, he was
commissioned as a second
lieutenant in the United States
Army. During his four years in the
military, he served a tour of duty in
the Republic of South Vietnam as
the signal officer for a combat
engineer battalion. During his
Vietnam tour, he was promoted to
the rank of captain.
Upon leaving active duty, Stone
attended law school at the
University of Miami where he was
again included on the Dean's List.
In 1976. he graduated from law
school with a Juris Doctor degree
and was admitted to the Florida
Bar.
He moved to Madison where he
has practiced since 1976 with
primary emphasis in child support
establishment and enforcement,
probate, real property and criminal
law. He has served as a part-time
public defender for Madison
County since 1984, handling many
serious felony cases for that office.
He has also served as the attorney
for the Town of Jennings since
1:- 979.
Stone has been an active
member of his community and the
bar. He is the recipient of the 2002
Award from the Florida Supreme
Court and president of The Florida
Bar for Pro Bono Legal Service in
the Third Judicial Circuit. He is
also a member of the board of
directors of Three Rivers Legal


Services and has received several
commendations from that
organization for his voluntary
services to citizens in need of legal
assistance. He is a past president of
the Third Circuit Bar Association
and chairman of the Third Circuit
Bar Grievance Committee.
- In 2003 he was appointed by
Gov. Jeb Bush as a member of the
board of directors of Madison
County Memorial Hospital.
In 1980 he was appointed by
Governor Bob Graham as a trustee
of North Florida Community
College. He was re-appointed to
that position by the governor on
two subsequent occasions and
selected by his fellow trustees to
serve as chairman of the Board of
Trustees-from 1986 to 1989. In
1991, that college awarded Stone
its Distinguished Service
Medallion.
He is a member of the American
Legion, National Wild Turkey
Federation, Madison Lodge No.
11, F&AM and Marzuq Shrine
Temple.
He is married to the former
Debra Burs, the daughter of the
late "Junior" Burns and Mary Ann
Burns of Madison. They have
raised their six children in
Madison County, all graduating
from Madison County High
School. Their son, Brandon Seago,
is a Perry businessman and his
wife, Amber, work at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital.
Stone said his "dedication to the
people of this circuit and his tenure
of distinguished legal service have
led him to declare his candidacy
with the hope of bringing his broad
based knowledge and experience
to the bench for all the people he
will serve."


T I-f IP 'H'-II Fi ri ., r j 1. -TF I i AT F P '. R -- A L


everything they get, but based on
the money now coming in and on
the FADSS report, we are over-
staffed."
The staff cuts will be made
according to instructional and non-
instructional union contracts,
Cruce said.
According to Howard, he
expected the seniority list for the
non-instructional personnel by the
end of the week, but the
elimination process could take two
to three months.
Cruce said even though some
teacher contracts will be not be
renewed, the district will bf able to
comply with the Florida classroom
size amendment standards.'
He also stated that 14 of the 18
teaching positions would have
most likely been cut anyway, due
to normal adjustments concerning
the classroom size amendment.


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While the amendment does not
have minimum classroom si/es,
the district annually looks at its
ratios each spring and makes
determinations on staffing levels as
needed, he explained.
He had already been meeting
with principals as early as
February about the proposed cuts,
Cruce added.
He also stated that the schedules
of incoming TCHS students should
not be affected by the cuts.
School board members, along
'with Howard and Cruce, fielded
questions from concerned
personnel for about two hours
during a financial workshop held
before their regular meeting
Tuesday (see related story).
The school board considered the
entire cost-savings proposal, which
included the personnel cuts, as one
item shortly after the meeting


began iat 7 p.m. .
School hoard member Danny
Lundy said he still had some
(Lquestions, but realized the time
constraints that had been imposed
by DOE.
He then made a motion to
approve the plan, with the added
call that Howard and the
committee continue to look for
ways to cut costs to save as many


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School board member Darrell
Whiddon seconded. While each
board member stated that they
wished the cuts were not
necessary, and echoed Lundy's call
for further investigation into
alternate measures, thejplan passed
unanimously.
(A full list of the personnel cuts
can be found on page A-8.)


Theatre Troupe will present

'Simply Sondheim' Saturday

The Advanced Theatre Troupe, affiliated with Taylor Gymnastics,
Cheerleading and Dance, will present its musical theatre program on
Saturday at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of Taylor County Middle School.
"Simply Sondlheimrn" is Ia revue of the composer's works, and will be
presented by a cast of 15 under the direction of Vanessa Wright. The
community is encouraged to attend.


DCF investigative services


re-locate to Madison office


The local office for the Florida
Department of Children &
Families, which housed the child
protective investigative staff, has
been re-located to Madison.
The Perry office closed Friday,
May 30.


Ester Tibbs. circuit
administrator said, "Our staff are
often in the community and will
continue to go where their job
requires acrossthe entire county
and in the 'Circuit 3 area. Cell
phones and laptop computers


enable them to keep abreast of
their work and be available to
help-our citizens, even working
froin home."
Citizens are encouraged to use
the department's toll-free line: 1-
800-342-9004.


Home wanted
"Will you be my mommy?" this Jack
Russell-mix puppy seems to. be
asking. Adopt this new best friend at
the Taylor County Animal Shelter.


Who were the new arrivals in May 1973?


GLANCE
Continued from page 2
Tom Blankenship. Traveling
students included Barbara Burns,
Alan Roberts, Mark Milton.
Marshall Millican, David Porter,
Janette Strickland, Lea Culbreath,
Lee Shiver, Mike Garner, Pam
Rigoni, Margardt Agner, Debbie
Young, Donna Tuttle and Carol
Fife.

JUNE BRIDE PICTURED
Captain and Mrs. Ralph Hansen


of Coos Bay, Oregon. announced
the approaching marriage of their
daughter. Debra Suzan Abderson,
to Gary Dean Horton of Lake Bird,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. James B.
Horton.

SALTSMAN GOES
TO BOYS' STATE
Philip Saltsman. the son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Saltsman. was
selected by American Legion Post


96 to attend Boys' State.

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15 pieces of chicken, a pint of cole
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shovel for beach play.


WHO'S NEW?
Terry Lee Brookhouser was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Terry
Brookhouser May 23, weighing
7 pounds and 8.5 ounces at birth.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Nell)
Jackson announced the birth of
their daughter, Dana Lynn, in
Doctors' Memorial Hospital, also
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Lady of Year honorees have 'defined this community'


Women, through the years, have
been credited with "defining" this
community--through their work in
schools, government, the medical
field and lifestyle enrichment. The
following listing recalls the many
"Lady of the Year" honorees whose
contributions have been recog-
nized by the Mu Omega chapter of
Beta Sigma Phi since the award's
inception in 1972.
The first honoree was Mary
Carter, remembered as a "great,
great first -grade teacher" and an
active member of First United


Methodist Church.
Molly Morgan was the next
honoree, in 1973, who invested 31
years at Taylor County High
School as a school nurse.
The following year, Connie
Moore was honored for "countless
hours beyond the call of duty as a
school social worker and juvenile
court counselor." .
It was in 1976 that the honor was
bestowed to Margaret Hamby
who had two careers: first as
secretary at Taylor County High
School and then as Supervisor of


Elections for Taylor County.
Helen Scales was chosen in
1977 for her "remarkable efforts"
in downtown beautification and
her many other civic involvements.
Opal Sayers Braswell was the
1978 honoree, having earned
accolades as Chamber of
Commerce president and Florida
Forest Festival chairperson.
In 1979, the Lady of the Year
was Lynne Fraser whose musical
abilities and organizational skills
made the Singing Tree (a
community choir) a hit at the 1977


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Lindsey honored as 2008 'Lady of Year'


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chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority, at an informal luncheon held at He-
Brews on April 28.
Mrs. Lindsey. who resists the spotlight, was commended for her tireless
-work for AARP, the ladies auxiliary of Doctors' Memorial Hospital,
Eastern Star, Relay For Life (through her Red Hat chapter. The
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Family members and friends are encouraged
to gather around 10 a.m. and
lunch will be served at 12:30 p.m.

Please bring your favorite covered dishes.
Paper goods will be furnished.
For more information, please call 584-2301 or 584-4091


Forest Festival.
Catharin Norman was honored
in 1980. She was distinguished for
having "artfully combined
discipline and friendship" in her
role as physical education
instructor at Taylor County High.
Kathy Faircloth won in 1981
for her work with Taylor
Association of Retarded Citizens
and for,her term as Forest Festival
chairperson.
In 1982, the honoree was Mary
Lou Whitfield whose volunteer
work extended through the local
Taylor County Historical Society
and First Baptist Church, to
include Meals On Wheels, Perry
Woman's Club and the United
Daughters of the Confederacy. ,
The following year, all praise
went to Clarice Hart -who was
applauded for her longtime service
to the First United Methodist
Church and her dedication as a
teacher in local schools.
Jane Blackwood was 1984's
recipient, who worked to provide
independent living opportunities
for the mentally retarded and
physically handicapped.
In 1985. the honor went to
Georgia Strickland for 20 years
of service through the public
health department.
Annie Howell was selected in
1986 for her full-time commitment
to the jail ministry here.
Inez Cone won in 1987 for her
"grace and charm" in leadership
roles through the First Baptist'
Church, the Perry Woman's Club
and the Perry Garden Club.
The next year brought the
spotlight to Ida Williams for "day-
to-day kindnesses and generosity"
as well as her tireless work through
First Presbyterian Church.
Melody Greene, the recipient in
1989. was appreciated for her work
with the Taylor Adult Meals
Program, Girl Scouts and


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Community Friends, as well as her
work as a Christian counselor.
Gale Dickert was chosen in'
1990 and saluted, for her grant-
writing abilities which brought the
Boys and Girls Club to Perry.
In .1991, the honor went to
Linda Strickland for her around-
the-clock service to Taylor County
schools, needy children and
hurricane victims.
In 1993, Vivian Sheffield was
selected for her leadership role in
downtown restoration and
revitalization.
Jewell McCall was honored in
1994 for her charter membership'
and "untiring devotion" to
Community Friends.
Shuge Mangum won in 1995,
and was touted as Taylor County's
"one-word synonym for
hospitality." Her work extended
throughout St. James Episcopal to
also include the American Cancer
Society, the Perry Garden Club and
Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
Ernestine Wells was the next
honoree. In 1996, she was
applauded for her work with Main
Street, Big Bend Hospice and the
Perry Woman's Club.
In 1997, Diane Rigoni was
chosen for her commitment to,
Love, INC. (In The Name of
Christ), and the First United
Methodist Church.
Frances Gilmore was lavished
with praise in 1998, for
neighborliness throughout her
many years, displayed in acts of
kindness which .included baking,
sharing and caring.
In 1999, the Lady of the Year
title went to Alma Walker for her
extensive work with the American
Red Cross.
In the year 2000, Ruby Nell
Collins took the honor, recognized


as a longtime educator and
founding member of the Taylor
County Historical Society. Her
compassion for the hungry and
homeless prompted her to assist in
organizing Community Friends.
Beta Sigma Phi members
honored Susan Nelson in 2001 for
her work benefitting the American
Cancer Society's Relay for Life.
Nelson was also recognized for
her service through her church, St.
James Episcopal.
Diane Ching was the 2002
recipient, spotlighted for her
commitment to United Way,
Rotary Club, Taylor County Senior
Service and St. James Episcopal.
In 2003, June McLeod was
remembered for her 35-year
teaching career at Gladys Morse
Elementary School. Her retirement
-years brought forth genealogy
pursuits and a comprehensive
history of Taylor County.
Elaine Bartges, the 2004
recipient, was described as a tele-
commuting pioneer and modern
mother. Bartges' greatest battle
was with breast cancer, and her
recovery led to a "cottage
ministry" of support and
encouragement for other women.
In 2005, Janie Massey received
the award, recognized for her
tireless efforts in founding Our
Father's Storehouse through the
First Baptist Church.
Deidra McRory Newman was
the 2006 recipient, recognized as
an enthusiastic teacher, United
Way co-chair, supporter of both the,
local and state Jr. Miss programs
and former chairman of the Florida
Forest Festival.
Helen Houck won in 2007,
touted as a longtime advocate for
agriculture locally and throughout
the state of Florida.


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2007. Though this number may
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sihfile rules and paying attention
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difference between a safe and
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'Largemouth Bass Black Crappie (if available)
Bluegill (Coppernose & Hybrid)
Redear 8-11" White Amur Grass Carp Fathead Minnows
We will service you at:
Hicks Feed & Garden Center in Perry
Wednesday, June 11 8:00-9:00 am
To pre-order, call Arkansas Pondstockers 1-800-843-4748
Walkups Welcome


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Bank


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and over-the-shoulder style life
jackets that can be worn while
fishing or enjoying the sun and do
not interfere with boating
activities.
Accidents occur Without
warning, and, if for some reason
you end up in the water, quite
often it's too late to put on a life
jacket.
"The second leading cause of
death in boating accidents is
boaters colliding with other boats
or objects," Cates said. "With the
growing number of boaters in our
beautiful state, it's important to
pay close attention to everything
that's going on around your boat."
Statistics repeatedly show that
boaters who have taken a basic
boating safety class are less likely
to be involved in a boating
accident.


Circle hooks, venting devices


Offshore rules



now in effect


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
reminds anglers that new rules
went into effect June 1 requiring
all people fishing from a vessel in
the Gulf of Mexico off Florida for
any reef fish species to carry and
use circle hooks, dehooking
,devices and venting tools.
These new rules are intended to
help more Gulf reef fish survive if
they must be released when they
are not legal to harvest. Many
reef fish species in the Gulf,
especially red snapper and gag
grouper, need protection, and
anglers can help maintain and
rebuild reef fish stocks by properly
handling and releasing fish.
The new rules require all
persons harvesting any species of
reef fish from- a vessel in Gulf
waters to possess and use non-
stainless steel circle hooks when
fishing with natural baits. Gulf
anglers also must carry and use a
dehooking device and a venting
tool when needed to release reef
fish from a vessel. Reef fish
species include all snappers,
groupers, sea bass, amberjacks,
gray triggerfish, hogfish, red
porgy and golden tilefish.
A circle hook is fishing hook
made so that the point is turned
perpendicular to the shank to form
a circular or oval shape. If you're
fishing for reef fish from a vessel
in Gulf state waters (from shore
out to nine nautical miles), you
must use a non-offset circle
hook. Research has found that
circle hooks are more likely to
hook fish in the mouth, instead of
the esophagus or stomach, which
reduces harm to the fish. '
A dehooking device is an
,.j,iOjr~ument that ;ill.'., he,hook to
be secured and the barb shielded
without re-engaging when the
hook is removed from a Gulf reef
fish. It must be blunt, have
rounded edges and be of a size
appropriate to secure the range of
hook sizes and styles used for Gulf
reef fish.
Dehooking devices come in a
variety of shapes and sizes. Use

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one that works best for the fish
you are releasing. If a fish
swallows the hook or the fish is
too big to release from a boat, it
may be better to cut the line as'
close a's possible to the hook
instead of trying to remove it.
Reef fish that come from depths
of 50 feet or more may undergo
expansion of the gasses in the
swim bladder as they are brought
to the surface. Signs of this
condition are protrusion of the,
stomach from its mouth, bulging
eyes and a bloated belly. Proper
use of a venting tool will help the
fish survive by allowing it to
safely return to the bottom.
A venting tool is a sharpened,
hollow instrument, such as a
hypodermic syringe with the
plunger removed or a 16-gauge
needle fixed to a hollow wooden
dowel. Larger gauge needles may
be harmful to the fish, and a tool,
such as a knife or ice-pick, is not
allowed to vent Gulf reef fish.
You can deflate a bloated Gulf.
reef fish oy inserting the needle of
a venting tool into the body cavity
at a 45-degree angle under a scale
in an area one to two inches
behind the base of the pectoral
fin. Insert the needle just deep
enough to release the trapped gas
and so the fish can be returned to
the water with minimal damage.
If the stomach is protruding
from the mouth, don't puncture it
or try to put it back into the
mouth. It will return to its
normal position following the
release of a properly vented fish.
More information about the new
Gulf reef fish gear rules, including
frequentlyasked questions about
the new rules, fish handling and
release tips, and FWC's new catch
and release brochure is available
online at MyFWC.com/marine.



Celebrating 34 years!



Kids, Teens & Adults
Tuesday & Thursdays
Executive Karate 12:05-1:00 pm
Beginner Karate Little Kids
(8-10 yr. olds) 3:15-4:15 pn?
Intermediate Karate Bigger Kids
(10-13 yr. olds) 4:30-5:30 pm
Older Teens & Adult Karate
6:30-7:30 pm


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2007 Consumer Confidence Report

will not be mailed to each customer

this year, but will be

published in the

Wednesday, June 11,

edition of the Taco Times.


Copies are available at City Hall

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A-7 Perry News-Herald June 6.7, -. .


Pleasant Grove hosts Homecoming K,


Members, past members, friends invited! V.B.S. June 9-13 at Blue Creek
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church will celebrate its 129th Homecoming Blue Creek Baptist Church will hold Vacation Bible School June 9-13
Sunday,. June 8. Morning services will begin at 11 a.m., followed by from 6-8 p.m.
lunch. Special afternoon services are planned. For transportation needs, please call 838-2674.
All members, past members and families are welcome.
V.B.S. takes you to 'Outrigger Island'
Methodists adjust schedule for summer Lakeside Baptist Church invites everyone to "Outrigger Island" June 8-
First United Methodist Church of Perry will begin its summer schedule 12 with activities planned from 6 until 8:30 p.m.
on Sunday, June 8, with coffee and doughnuts in Memorial Hall at 8:45 Family night will be held June 13.
a.m., followed by Sunday School at 9 a.m. and worship at 10 a.m.
On Wednesday, Bible study and youth activities begin at 6 a.m. with Women's Day observance is Sunday
choir at 7:15. Thursday night Bible studies begin at 6. Stewart Memorial A.M.E. Church will observe Women's Day on
Sunday, June 8, at 4 p.m. with Vivian Howard of Quincy as guest speaker.
'Delivered' to sing on Saturday Representation is sought from each church in the community. Choir
The Perry First Church of God, located on Highway 221 North, will rehearsal begins Saturday at 4 p.m.
have its monthly sing on Saturday, June 7, at 7 p.m. "Delivered" will be
featured. Everyone in the community is invited for snacks at 5:30 p.m., Camp meetings begin Monday
with the concert to follow. Antioch Revival Center, affiliated with Antioch Church on
Cash Road, will hold a camp meeting beginning this Monday, June 9, and
Youth Day celebration Saturday continuing through Friday. 'June 20, with services at 11 a.m. and
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church will observe Youth Day on Sunday, 7:30 p.m.
June 8, at 3 p.m. Jacquell Lawson, who is the gospel d.j. for radio station "Good gospel singing and preaching are promised," according to
WANM 90.5, will be the guest speaker. Everyone is encouraged to attend Pastor/Moderator Robert Watson. Interested persons are urged to "come,
and "support our youth." and bring a friend!"


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St. Johns Christian
Fell ''. )p -
Sunday School 10:00 a.rif r fibtdl 7:00 p.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. StudylPrayer Meeting
a\ ,~ u n ,,, C /aldei t'i A ,hni.itr Pi :.';ided
(located at the intersection of Puckett Rd and Golf Course Rd )
Mark McElfresh, pastor 584-7251


IMMA CULA f CONCEPTION
CATHOLIC CHURCH
MASSESE:
Sac. 6 p.m. Sun, 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
CCD ,& Adult Education Classes
Sunday 9:00,a.m.
2750 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 584-3169
Rev. Slade Crawford, Pastor

First United Methodist Church


SUNDAY WEDNESDAY
Coffee/Donuts 8:45 a.m. Memorial Hall Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
Sunday School 9:00 a.m. Youth Activities 6:00 p.mrr
Traditional Worship 10:00 a.m. Choir 7:15 p.m.
THURSDAY- Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
302 N. Jefferson St. Pernr, Fl. (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460
Rev. James Taylor, pastor nursery provided Email fumcp@gtcom.net .


Available from Commercial News Providers" Sund Frst rh of God:0010:45
___ __ 1_ Worship Service 11:00 12:00
- Children's Church 11:00 12:00
Obituaries Sunday Night
S" B- Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
"W- *Choir Practice 6:00 6:45
Darrell Dwyane Miller today, June 6, at 10 a.m. at follow at Spring Hill Cemetery. Nursery provided witha.i- 1 Sunday Service 7:00 8:00
Darrell Dwyane Miller, 42, died Fellowship Cemetery. Family members will receive Nursery provided with adult supervision 945-12:00 Sunday Service 7:00 8
June 2, 2008. at Tallahassee Joe P. Bums Funeral Home is in friends today, June 6, from 4-8 Mike Hicks, pastor Wednesday Night
Memorial Hospital. charge of arrangements. p.m. at Evans-Walker Funeral 1915.N. US 221 (850) 584-7992 Study Group 7:00
S -.-.. ..,- T-.---..:, -1_ Home. which is in charge of the .


He was uorn in Jacksonvimlle and
had lived in Greenville for the past
35 years. He was self-employed as
a heavy equipment operator. He
was a Pentecostal.
Survivors include: his parents,
Amos English and Mae Ellen
English of Shady Grove; his wife
of seven years, Kathy Miller of
Greenville; two sons, Dwyane
Miller of Perry and Nathan Miller
of Greenville; one daughter,
Bonnie Mae Miller of Perry; one
brother, William Miller of Feeding
Hills, Mass.; two sisters, Ellen Hill
of Perry and Debbie Parker of
Tallahassee; one grandchild; and a
host '6f aunts, uncles, cousins,
nieces and nephews.
Graveside services will be held


Rosa Lee Love
Rosa Lee Love, 77, of Perry,
died June 1, 2008, at home.
She was a naive of Madison.
Survivors include: five sons,
Lewis E. Love and Willie J. Gent,
both of Perry, Ernest Gent of
Tallahassee, Henry L. Gent of St.
Petersburg and Ronald Moore of
Live Oak; three daughters, Ruby
L. Love and Lillie M. Gent, both of
Perry, and JoAnn Nelson of
Tampa; 31 grandchildren; 51 great
grandchildren; and two great great
grandchildren.
Services will be held Saturday.
June 7, at 11 a.m. at Mt. Olive
M.B. Church with the Rev. R.
Knight officiating. Interment will


It is with great pride that we announce the
graduation of our daughter

Nidia Lynnette
Richardson
Junme 16, 2008
Nidia will continue her
education to acquire a
business degree at UCONN
in Connecticut.
We are all very proud of you
and will continue to support
you always.
Love,
Fred Ill, Melissa, Fred IV,
Kaleah & Noah Richardson,
jay, Ivette &Jay Rice Jr.


CONGRATULATIONS

CALEB

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a. ela another
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Uncle Fred, Aunt Melissa,
Fred IV. Ni.y. Kaleah and
Noah Richardson


arrangements.

Card of

Thanks

HYendry
Thank you to Tommy and staff
of Burns Funeral Home for the
comforting manner in which they
handled our mother's
homecoming. Thank you to the
First Baptist Church and the
wonderful ladies who prepared a
delicious meal for us after the
service.
The Eula Hendry Family


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Welcome to,
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Sunday Service
Holy Eucharist: 10:00 a.m.
Nursery Available
Located at 1100 W. Green St.
Church Office: 584-7636
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6:00-8:30 p.m.
Family Night Friday, June 13









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. erry News-Herald June 6-7, 2008


Taylor County School District

Personnel Cuts for 2008-09

Approved by School Board Tuesday, June 3


Instrucational (I),
Non-Instructional
(N), Administrative Annual
(A) Salary


'reK
SE Teacher
SE Teacher Aide
otal PreK

,PS
studentt Svcs
\sst Principal
guidance
lem Teacher
leading Coach
teacher Aide
teacher Aide
teacherr Aide
teacherr Aide
teacher Aide
secretary III
.ustodian
.ustodian
urt Teacher to Title I
otal PPS

CES
)ean
Asst Principal
-eading Coach
eSE Teacher
elem Teacher
-lem Teacher
teacher Aide
teacher Aide
teacher Aide
teacher Aide
teacher Aide


Current Proposed Proposed
Hrs/day Mos/Yr Mos/Yr Hrs/Day


Revised Salary
Savings


39,935.28 7.5 10 0 0 39,935.28
11,179.98 7.5 9 0 0 11,179.98
51,115.26


54,553.62
68,666.00
35,915.67
24,642.66
67,928.00
21,440.53
11,510.75
19,342.46
15,702.38
18,474.37
28,847.00
26,524.00
21,765.95
31,453.00



52,713.33
67,313.00
58,785.10
30,000.05
30,897.00
30,897.00
17,265.02
12,086.64
12,310.61
21,440.53
13,072.97


4,453.38
6,731.96
35,915.67
24,642.66
5,544.78
21,440.53
11,510.75
19,342.46
15,702.38
18,474.37
3,883.25
3,570.54
2,930.03
31,453.00
205,595.76


4,880.86
6,599.31
5,443.06
30,000.05
30,897.00
30,897.00
17,265.02
12,086.64
12,310.61
21,440.53
13,072.97


Revised
Savings with
benefits

49,784.66
15,422.08
65,206.74


5,321.78
8,044.69
44,981.23
31,509.98
6,626.01
27,683.43
15,817.35
25,176.24
20,826.34
24,138.87
4,640.48
4,266.79
3,501.39
39,648.34
262,182.93


5,832.63
7,886.18
6,504.46
37,912.06
38,983.92
38,983.92
22,693.70
16,505.53
16,773.18
27,683.43
17,684.20


184,893.06 237,443.21


.CMS
guidance
,sst Principal
Resource Teacher
Resource Teacher
\lt Ed Teacher
Drop Out Prev Teacher
Voc Teacher
Reading Coach
Media Aide
Teacher Aide
Teacher Aide
Secretary III
guidance Secretary
Total TCMS

TCHS
Guidance
Resource Teacher
Resource Teacher
PE Teacher
Jr ROTC Teacher
Jr ROTC Teacher
PE Teacher
Reading Coach
Reading Teacher
Home Ec Teacher
science Teacher
teacher
Secretary I
guidance Secretary
fiscall Mgr I
Aedia Aide
SS Teacher Aide
Ire/Post Natal Clinic Aide
Teacher Aide
Clerk Typist
Custodian
Custodian
Custodian
Custodian
Total TCHS

TLC
ESE Teacher
teacher Aide
behavior Specialist
.lerk Typist
coordinatorr
Total TLC

TTI
Guidance Counselor
Voc Prep Instructor
Carpentry Instructor
Adult Ed
-omp Lab Tech
,nst Aide
SNAP Teacher Aide
Voc Lab Asst
Sec
Sec I
Custodian
Financial Aide
Occupational Specialist
Business Ed Instructor
Total TTI

Steinhatchee
Reading Coach
Title I Teacher Aide
Teacher Aide ESE
Secretary II
Darent/Liaison
Data Entry
Teacher Aide ESE
Total Steinhatchee

Administration
MIS Computer Tech
MIS Secretary
Grant Writer
Program Specialist
Finance Prop Records
Food Svc Coordinator
Food Svc Secretary
Sup Office DCT Student
Food Svc TCHS
Food Svc TCHS
Food Svc TCMS
Food Svc TCMS
Food Svcs Steinhatchee
Food Svcs Mgr grievance
ESE Transition Spec
ESE Child Find Spec
Transportation
Transportation Aide
rotal Admin


55,480.00
65,987.00'
54,214.38
48,075.66
56,607.00
30,202.00
30,480.00
62,383.28
17,238.60
14,478.78
17,519.00
21,303.00
36,876.00



43,906.37
49,214.97
56,429.81
43,816.45
62,297.87
65,791.44
30,202.03
62,383.28
38,450.94
56,607.00
36,784.00
.30,000.00
32,388.00
23,342.00
9,689.99
16,679.56
27,008.60
22,689.45
13,571.00
24,196.00
32,209.00
18,214.00
32,209.00
29,854.00



34,232.00
17,300.05
33,154.66
32,448.00
65,333.00



67,928.00
59,746.46
50,825.99
56,607.00
15,720.48
26,013.45
23,818.33
32,115.00
34,193.00
22,827.00
32,209.00
17,292.70
72,456.59
50,826.00



62,383.28
5,202.43
11,741.00
20,608.20
7,117.31
30,616.82
5,202.43



24,542.00
27,661.00
55,427.00
72,160.00
20,288.94
44,825.00
37,539.00
7,061.60
9,529.72
9,529.72
10,479.60
9,240.02
8,849.02


(I) 56,012.31
(I) 48,139.27

(N) 10,370.05


12
12
10
10
10
, 10
10
11
10
9
9
12
12



11
10
10
12
12
12
10
11
10
10
10
10
12
12
12
10
9
11
9 ,
11
12
12
12
12



10
10
10
12
12



12
11
10
10
11
10
10
12
12
12
12
12
12
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11
9
9
11
9
11
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7.5
8
0
0
0
7
7
8
8
8
8
8
8
0



0
3.5
7.5
4
3.5
4
3.5


4,529.00
6,469.31
3,388.40
3,004.73
56,607.00
30,202.00
30,480.00
5,776.23
17,238.60
14,478.78
17,519.00
2,867.71
4,964.08
197,524.84


4,065.40
3,075.94
3,526.86
3,576.45

1,853.36
30,2Q2.03
5,776.23
38,450.94
56,607.00
36,784.00
30,000.00
4,359.92
3,142.19
1,304.42
16,679.56
27,008.60
22,689.45
13,571.00
3,011.06
4,335.83
2,451.88
.4,335.83
4,018.81
320,826.76


34,232.00
17,300.05
33,154.66
4,368.00
6,405.00
95,459.71


5,545.00
5,532.08
50,825.99
56,607.00
15,720.48
2,596.94
2,377.80
4,323.17
4,602.90
3,072.87
4,335.83
2,327.86
5,914.48
50,826.00
214,608.41


62,383.28
(191.67)
11,741.00
11,586.39
1,951.64
14,287.88
(83.46)
101,675.06


8 12 0 0 24,542.00
8 12 11 8 3,723.60
8 12 11 8 5,434.02
7.5 12 11 7.5 5,891.00
8 12 0 0 20,288.94
8 12 11 8 4,394.61
8 12 11 8 5,053.33
4 12 0 0 7,061.60.
7 9 0 0 9,529.72
7 9 0 0 .9,529.72
7 9 0 0 10,479.60
6.5 9 0 0 9,240.02
6.5 9 0 0 8,849.02

7.5 11 10 7.5 5,186.33
7.5 11 10 7.5 4,457.34

4 12 0 0 10,370.05
144,030.89


5,412.16
7,730.83
4,049.14
3,590.65
69,707.37
38,153.39
38,485.60
6,902.59
22,662.13
19,364.14
22,997.21
3,426.92
5,932.07
248,414.18


4,858.16
3,675.74
4,214.60
4,273.86

2,214.77
38,153.43
6,902.59
48,010.87
69,707.37
46,018.88
37,912.00
5,210.11
3,754.92
1,558.78
21,994.07
34,337.28
29,175.89
18,279.35
3,598.21
5,181.31
2,930.00
5,181.31
4,802.48
401,945.98


42,969.24
22,735.56
41,681.82
5,219.76
7,653.98
120,260.35


6,626.28
6,610.84
62,799.06
69,707.37
20,847.97
3,103.35
2,841.47
5,166.19
5,500.47
3,672.07
5,181.31
2,781.80
7,067.80
62,799.07
264,705.05


76,610.02
(229.04)
16,092.50
13,845.73
2,332.21
17,074.02
(99.74)
125,625.70


31,389.69
4,449.70
6,493.65
.7,039.75
26,307.28
5,251.56
6,038.73
10,500.61
13,450.02
13,450.02
14,585.12
13,103.82
12,636.58

6,197.66
5,326.52

14,454.21
190,674.91


1,515,729.75 1,916,459.05


Bus routes to change


ADDITIONAL CUTS
Continued from page 1
the district believed it would have
three years to overcome the
shortfall in its general fund.
That changed, however, when
the district received a letter from
DOE on May 8 stating the district
must present a balanced budget for
2008-09.
During a two-hour financial
workshop held Tuesday, District
Finance Director Vickie McManus
outlined the latest figures her
office had come up with
concerning the issues in the
FADSS report.
According to McManus'
number, the district is facing the
$1.03 million deficit from 2007-
08; $483,000 in questioned costs; a
$75,000 FTE audit, adjustment; a
$429,000 budget variance for the
current year; and $641,000 in
reduced state funding.
Also, the deficit in the insurance
fund, by year's end, will show a
positive balance of approximately
$400,000.
Using those numbers,
$2,664,537 in cuts would be
needed to return the general fund
to a zero balance. To have a fund
surplus of three percent (which is
recommended by DOE) would
require an additional $682,000 in
cuts.
The proposal, created by a
committee established to examine
the FADSS report and
recommended to the school board
by Howard, -includes


approximately $3 million in cuts.
In addition to the personnel cuts,
which total $1.9 million, excluding
transportation, McManus outlined
a series of cost-saving proposals,
some of which had already been
approved by the board.
The proposals include:
Increase meal prices, which
will allow the district to charge
back to food service for indirect
costs including utilities, building
maintenance and administration.
Projected savings: $73,000.
Access funds from Pell grants
(the district did not draw down
when it spent the money in
previous years per the FADSS
report). Project revenue: $72,438.
Re-configure bus routes, offset
by rising fuel prices. Projected
savings: $150,000.
Reduce supplements, lead
teacher and department chair
allocations (including those for
track and weightlifting, which are
on hold). Projected savings:
$47,413.
Increase charges for facilities
usage. Projected revenue: $10,000.
Reduce cost allocations for
various grants. Projected savings:
$115,000.
Increase ticket prices for
athletic events. Projected revenue:
$14,862.
Reduce athletics, including
putting track and weightlifting
programs on hold and limiting
travel distances. Projected savings:
$15,000.
Pay part of crossing guard
costs out of Safe School program


funding and eliminate two crossing
guard positions. Projected savings:
$30,000.
Eliminate one resource officer.
Projected savings: $51,780.
Charge employees for
fingerprinting fees. Projected
savings: $14,500.
Request waiver from Head
Start program for matching funds.
Projected savings: $100,000.
Another significant savings to
the general fund balance will be
from a recent change by the
Florida Legislature, which now
allows school districts to spend
two mill capital outlay money for
property causality insurance. This
would result in a projected
$197,000 general fund savings this
year and $196,000 next year.,
The school board Tuesday
approved holding a public hearing
at its meeting Tuesday, June 17, to
consider changing the advertised
capital outlay schedule for the
current year to include the
insurance costs.
When asked Thursday,
McManus stressed that the change
would not be an increase in the tax
rate, .only adding a new line item to
the approved uses for the capital
outlay money. The school district
must advertise and hold a public
hearing each year to outline what it
will use those funds during' the
year.
McManus also said she expects
to give the board an updated look
at the district's financial for the
current fiscal year at that meeting.
The fiscal year ends June 30.


To district's general fund


Board members to donate portion of salary


EMPLOYEES GRILL
Continued from page 1
order to come within that.
"We also a deficit from last year.
If we only had the deficit, we
wouldn't be here tonight. A
reduction over a three-year period
in funding of $2 million--that's
why we're here tonight.
"The school system is made up
of 87 percent salaries. In order to
do anything to affect that kind of
money. it takes a reduction in
folks."
He also thanked the executive
committee established to look at
cost savings measures. Those
making up the committee included
Director of Instruction Wanda
Kemp. Director of Personnel
Clyde Cruce, Director of Finance
Vickie McManus, MIS
Coordinator Ursula Brown and
ESE Director Shona Murphy, as
well as principals Paul Dyal and
George Clayton.
"I want to put one thing to rest:
the closing of Steinhatchee School.
Steinhatchee School next year will
show a positive in cash of over
$16,000," Howard said, after
"major" cuts and adjustments
made at the site.
"Steinhatchee School has never
been a liability as far its quality of
education," he added.
School board member Kenneth
Dennis asked Howard how the
committee arrived at the cuts they
were recommending.
"They tried to protect the
classroom teacher as much as


possible. That was priority one,"
Howard said.
There were numerous questions
fielded over how employees and
schools were represented and
consulted by the committee.
Several teachers from Taylor
County High School and Taylor
County Elementary School
complained that their principals
were not included on the
committee.
When the committee was
established in April, the principals
were to rotate after several months.
This was before a May 8 letter
from the Florida Department of
Education told the district it would
have to have a balanced budget for
the 2008-09 school year.
Howard defended the committee
members, stating that they did not
favor their schools over other ones.
"This is my recommendation,"
he said of the proposal.
School Board Chairman Brenda
Carlton said it appeared TGHS was
"giving up more."
Cruce replied that it was losing
three teaching positions, plus two
positions that become open this
year due to retirements that would
not be filled.
Another audience member asked
if anyone on the committee had
been cut, to which Howard replied
that they had not.
When the board was asked if the
board's salary had been cut, school
board member Danny Lundy said
that they could not legally reduce
their salary (which is set by the
state), but he would be willing to


donate back a portion of his salary
to the district.
Later in the evening, -as the
board's regular meeting drew to a
close, Lundy reiterated his intent to
donate one month's salary back to
the district. His announcement was
met with applause from the
audience.
One by one, the other four board
members also pledged to donate a
month'ssalary, each one also met
with applause.
One of the last questions asked
during the workshop was about
what controls were. in place to
ensure that a massive deficit as
seen following the 2006-07 school
year was not repeated. ,
Howard said there were. now
monthly checks and balances set
up in the finance department and
that DOE and the Florida
Association of District School
Superintendents had remote access
to the district's finances in order to
monitor progress.., .The two
agencies will also. be sending
personnel to Taylor County on a
monthly basis to look over the
financial reports.
While tempers did rise at times
during the meeting, there were few
outbursts during the lengthy
meeting, and several board
members at the conclusion of the
evening thanked the audience for
their decorum, some calling the
decision' "gut-wrenching" and the
"hardest I've ever made."



Goldie May Ferguson
On May 28, 2,008, Goldie May
Ferguson went to be with the Lord.
Mrs. Ferguson was 79 years old.
Mrs. Ferguson was a native
of Knott County, Kentucky, and
had lived in West Virginia before
moving to Perry in 1956. She was
a homemaker and a member of
First Assembly of God Church in
Perry where she taught Sunday
school.
Mrs. Ferguson was preceded in
death by her husband of 44 years,
Kelly Ferguson.
Survivors include her husband,
Roy Troxell, of Perry; five
sons, Billy Ferguson, Matthew
Ferguson, Alvis Ferguson, Mark
Ferguson and Kenny Koon all
of Perry; five daughters, Lola
Gear, Linda Philman, Rita Parker,
Alice Fay Cruce and Lucinda
Sherouse all of Perry: three step
children, Christopher Troxell
of Crystal River, Elizabeth Jean
Prez of Mexico, and Christina
Diane Troxell of Indiana;
35 grandchildren; 41 great
grandchildren, and 3 great great
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
May 30, 2008, at 10 a.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home. Intennent
followed at Pisgah Cemetery.
Family members received friends
on Thursday, May 29, 2008,
from 6-8 p.m. at Beggs Fuperal
Home, which was in charge of
arrangements.


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Joining the Florida Forest Festival and the Florida State Bluegrass
Festival on Taylor County's list of major entertainment events is the
Southern Pines Blues & BBQ Festival.
Set for Dec. 12-13, the event will feature regional and national blues
acts including Larry McCray, Rocky Athas, Johnnie Marshall, Damon
Fowler, Rick Knowles and Encore with 6th Street R&B.
In addition to the music, the festival will also host the first ever Florida
Barbecue Association Triple Crown Challenge, which will feature the top
10 winning cookers each from Florida, Georgia and Alabama.
There will also be a Backyard Barbecue challenge for amateur
competitors to take part in the cooking as well.
Admission will be $10 for the two-day event. For more information, call
the Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce at 584-5366.

Chamber hosts 'Movie Mixer'


The Perry-Taylor County'
Chamber of Commerce will host
an evening "Movie Mixer"
Tuesday, June 17. at the Perry
Theater, starting at 6:30 p.m.
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Summer continues as comedies, '


adaptations fill theaters in June I


May was a mixed bag for Hollywood. Robert
Down'ey Jr. and "Iron Man" started the box office
- rollercoaster on the right foot, exceeding expectations
in its first weekend and only barely slowing down on
its way to more than $500 million in worldwide
grosses. The box office machine stumbled when
"Speed Racer" crashed at the starting gate, having
brought home a very disappointing $30 million in
domestic grosses so far. Although "The Chronicles of
Narnia: Prince Caspian" picked things up during the
third weekend of the month, it has not been able to
match the numbers put up by the first
Film when it opened in a less cluttered
December.
The return of Indiana Jones
following a 19-year hiatus helped
right the ship, registering $486
million worldwide in its first two
weekends. Finally, proving that
Women go to the movies too, "Sex and
Sthe City" became the highest grossing
R-rated comedy in history, bringing
home some $50 million in its first *
weekend.
Despite the successes, the month
was still down when compared to last
year when the triple threat of three-
quels from "Spider-Man," "Shrek"
and "Pirates of the Caribbean" ruled
the box office world. Still, movie
studios should- be happy after their
lackluster start to the year.
And fear not, the summer movie
season is far from over, and in that
spirit, let's look ahead through the
month of June and -see what's waiting
over there to draw us in.
Opening today is "Kung Fu
Panda," the latest offering from
Dreamworks Animation. Jack Black
provides the voice of the titular panda,
Po, who finds himself among the very
best in animal kung fu artists, only M
he's better at eating than he is at
fighting. Joining Black in the voice
department is an all-star cast
including Dustin Hoffman, Angelina
Jolie, Ian McShane, Jackie Chan, Seth
Rogen, Lucy Liu, David Cross and
Michael Clarke Duncan: I do have to
say, if a film can simply will good box
office returns through sheer numbers
of promotional spots, then "Kung Fu
Panda" is destined for record grosses.
The movie is rated PG for
sequences of martial arts action.
Competing for those box office
dollars is "Don't Mess with the
Zohan," starring Adam Sandler as an
ex-Israeli Mossad agent who tries to
reinvent himself as a hair stylist in
New York. The trailer provided some
chuckles, but I'm not sure if. the
premise will be able to sustain the
movie for the duration. Sandler
reunites with director Dennis Dugan,
who' was responsible for some of
Sandler's most remembered movies,
with a script that he wrote along with
"Saturday Night Live" writer Robert
Smigel and Judd Apatow, who gave us
"Knocked Up" and "40-Year-Old
Virgin" among others.
"Don't Mess with the Zohan" is
rated PG-13 for crude and sexual
content throughout, language and
nudity.
Trying to keep the fledgling Marvel
Studios winning streak alive, "The
Incredible Hulk" opens nexi
weekend, to pretty positive buz2
despite its predecessor receiving less-
than-stellar responses from bottle
critics and audiences. Returning witl
a new cast, the movie follows Brucc
Banner, a.k.a. The Hulk, (witf
Edward Norton replacing Eric Bana
as he battles a military experiment
gone awry that may be even stronger
than he is. Taking over for Ang .Lee
director Louis Leterrier brings a solic
resume of action films including bott
"Transporter" films and the underappreciated Jet Li
film, "Unleashed." That, combined with Norton, has
my expectations up for this one. From what I've read,
they are-attempting to make this film as accessible to
new audiences as possible, so don't worry if you didn't ,
catch the first one. Also, keep an eye out for Robert
Downey Jr. reprising his role as Tony Stark from "Iron
: Man" somewhere in this movie.
"The Incredible Hulk" is rated PG-1 3 for sequences
of intense action violence, some frightening sci-fi
Images, and brief suggestive content.
Also opening next week is "The Happening," the
next film brought to us courtesy of writer/director M.
Night Shyamalan, responsible for "Sixth Sense,"
"Unbreakable," "Signs," "The Village" and "Lady in
the Water."
Shyamalan has had a bumpy road over the past


couple of years,, and his films seem to polarize
audiences like few directors, with people either loving
or hating them. As with most of his movies, there is
little concrete known about "The Happening," except it
follows a school teacher (Mark Wahlberg) and his
family and how they deal with a some kind of deadly
event that threatens mankind. Say what you will about
Shyamalan, but he can land great lead actors, and
Wahlberg, as seen in the trailers, seems to be no
exception.
As one rather humorous TTV spot pointed out, this is
the director's first R-rated film, and
I am honestly intrigued to see what
Shyamalan will do with the ability
to let lose with some darker
filmmaking.
"The Happening" is rated R for
violent and disturbing images.
On June 20, Hollywood trots out
S the next TV Land era television
adaptation with "Get Smart." Steve
Carell steps into the shoes of
Maxwell Smart (played, to
perfection by Don Adams in the
) original series), a member of
CONTROL who must face off
V against the evil organization KAOS,
with the help of the beautiful Agent
99 (Anne Hathaway). I have to
admit, I really want this movie to be
good. The original secret agent
comedy, created by Mel Brooks and
L Buck Henry, has a special place in
my heart, along with Adams.
Neither director Peter Segal, nor
writers Tom J. Astle and Matt
Ember, have pedigrees that instill
C much confidence, but if anyone
could pull off what Adams did,
Carell is the guy. Here's hoping for
the best.
"Get Smart" is rated- PG-13 for
some rude humor, action violence
z and language.
Finishing off the weekend is
another comedy, "Love Guru,"
from the mind of Mike Myers
("Austin Powers," "Wayne's
World.").
n Meyers plays Pitka, lin American
raised by Indian Gurus who returns
to the States to become'a self-help
Expert in the matters of love. Like,
i most of Myers' films, the draw
depends entirely on the character he
creates, like Austin Powers and Dr.
Evil. Unfortunately for Myers and
company, I got my fill of Pitka
during the few minutes he invaded.
the "American Idol" finale. (I
remember now why I laughed at the
2__ "Zohan" trailer.)
SThe film is rated PG-13 for crude
O yand sexual content throughout,
language, some comic violence and
drug references.
E To round out the month, two
movies open on June 27. We'll begin
with Pixar's newest film: "Wall*E."
Somehow the animators over at
0! Pixar seem to get better with every
L film. This time they give us a story

years to clean up what humankind
left behind. When a spaceship lands
Q and he meets another robot for the
first time in centuries, his
adventures begin. The film was
written and directed by Andrew
Stanton, who also directed "Finding
Nemo" and co-wrote "Toy Story,"
S "A Bug's Life" and "Finding
m Nemo." There are few, if any,
studios that have had the rousing
success that Pixar has, and "Wall*E"
should keep the streak alive.
The film is rated G.
l And finally, we have the graphic
novel adaptation, "Wanted," about
a young slacker named Wesley
Gibson (James McAvoy), who
suddenly finds himself drawn into a
world of international assassinations. Joining McAvoy
in the cast of killers are Morgan Freeman and Apgelina
Jolie, among others. After his father is murdered,
Wesley is visited by the enigmatic Fox (Jolie), -who
tells him that his father was part of a cadre of assassins
and it's time for him to take his father's place in their
fold. A friend who has read the graphic novel has been
eagerly awaiting this movie since it was first
announced. After hearing that Russian director Timur
Bekmambetov (whose phenomenal "Night Watch"
movies are some of the highest grossing films in
Russian history) was making his English-language
debut with this film, and watching the trailers, so am I.
For those looking for this summer's slick, cool, R-rated
action film, look no further.
"Wanted" is rated R for strong bloody violence
throughout, pervasive language and some sexuality.


Collective Format will perform Friday, June 13, in Gainesville as the Downtown Plaza Free
Friday Concert Series celebrates Black Music Month.



Collective Format joins celebration



of Black Music Month in Gainesville


The 10th anniversary celebration
of National Black Music Month
continues on Friday, June 13, at the
City of Gainesville's Downtown
Plaza Free Fridays Concert Series.
Sharing the stage will be two
longtime local contributors to
Gainesville's celebration honoring
black musicians and their music.
Hartley Leacock Jr. will open
with his band Collective Format.
Playing a mix of smooth jazz, soul,
R&B. fusion, rock, reggae, neo-
soul, Latin & Caribbean music, the
versatile group will showcase their
blend of melody, vocals and
instrumental solos. The band's
roots stem from a collaboration of
artists who performed at a series of
open stage shows in Gainesville

Jazz Fest


entertains


Saturday


sponsored by former NFL player
Willie Jackson Jr. Over time the
individual musicians and vocalists
joined together to perform various
shows around town and they have-
continued to do so ever since.
Samples of Collective Format's
music can be found at
www.myspace.com/collectiveform
at.
Joining Collective Format for
the evening is Omi Ajamu and her'
African dance and drumming
troupe. Ajamu, who is also an
African priestess and
accomplished musician, was
classically- trained in both piano
and music theory. She developed a
love for jazz and blues when she _
sang some traditional songs in an
open jam session. Ajamu says she
views jazz as a form of expression.
"There is no such thing as a
wrong note. It's the ability to make
all notes and intonations blend,"
she said.
The Downtown Plaza Free
Friday concerts run from 8 to 10
p.m. every Friday night this year
from May 2 through Oct. 31.
The Downtown Community


The Midtown Merchants Plaza is local
.Association is proud to present its 1st Street
fourth annual Jazz & Blues Fest in Avenue. T1
Tallahassee Saturday, June 7. for the D
The event will run from 5 until
10 p.m. "under the oaks" at
Goodwood Museum (1600
Micoosukee Road). R
"The Jazz and Blues Fest is truly
a one-of-a-kind event," said Sean
Desmond, president of the
Midtown Merchants Association,
which sponsors the event. "We are
proud to provide an opportunity LeMoyne
for the Tallahassee community to art class scl
come together under the oaks at Pre-regisi
Goodwood and enjoy first-class may register
musicians. at www.len
"For the past three years, the Classes c
MMA has hosted Jazzfest at and metal c
Goodwood. Celebrated performer will have ti
Rick Lollar returns this year to Coffee Pub
'hlow us once again what it means Limited
to feel the blues. We are also children, A
fortunate to have Barry Greene, a LeMoym
world-renowned jazz guitarist, in Tallahas,
perform under the oaks." Regular 1
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Friday and links to the bands' Web
sites can be found at
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The Cultural Affairs Division is
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Gainesville and Alachua County.
Its mission is to promote cultural
activity and encourage community
based cultural resources.
For event updates, call the City
of Gainesville's Arts Events
Hotline at 352-334-ARTS.

Blues band up

next for series

The Tallahassee Parkl,
Recreation and Neighborhood
Affairs Department continues its
Sizzlin' Summer concert series at
Kleman Plaza and Lewis Park this
weekend.
On Saturday, June 7, Swinging
Harpoon Blues Band will perform
on the grassy area at Kleman
Plaza, located off Duval Street
behind City Hall.
The concert runs from 6-8 p.m
and is free to the .public.
The series runs through the end
of July; for a. full line-up of
participating band, visit online at
www.talgov.com.


gistration open for


Vloyne art classes

e Center for the Visual Arts has announced its summer studio
hedule for adults.
tration is required for all classes, and interested individuals
;r by calling 850-222-7622 or downloading a registration form
noyne.org. The deadline is Wednesday, June 18.
offered include drawing, painting, jewelry, photography, music
clay. Students participating in LeMoyne's photography classes
he opportunity to present their work in a gallery setting at The
, located in Tallahassee's Manor at Midtown.
space is also available in LeMoyne's. popular program for
merica the Beautiful Summer ArtCamp. Call for details.
e Center for the Visual Arts is located at 125 N. Gadsden Street
see, one block north of Park Avenue.
hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
is $1.
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B-4 Perry News-Herald June 6-7. 2008


2-Family Yard Sale Saturday 7:30 2 p.m.
women's clothes, kids clothes, pic and
more 401 W. Ash St.
6/6
Yard Sale Corner of 221 & Green Farm Rd.
at Chrome Shop. 8 a.m. until, Saturday.
Baby girl clothes, men and women
clothing and a lot of misc.
6/6
Multi-Family Yard Sale Saturday, 7 a.m. -
1,p.m. 1000 S. Orange St. Baby furniture,
toddler bed, men & women's clothing, girls
size 6x, sewing machine, jewelry boxes,
lamps, kids toys, household items. Guy
stuff. Premier Design jewelry 25% to 50%
off. Rain or Shine.
6/6


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We buy...call us! Collectibles
Yard Sale o s
.Set-up i -1 IF lea MarketTools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture
SYard Sale Saturday 8 am. until. Clothes
YARDall sizes, shoes, table, baby items, misc.,
small Honda 3-wheeler. Down Puckett Rd,
SALE pass Carlton bridge, first Rd to left,
Bradshaw Blvd. First Rd. back to left
7-Family Rummage Sale All Inside by Sumter St. Go to end of Rd.
appointment only. A little of everything. 6/6
Come spend time and look for some good
bargains, low prices, seeing is believing. 1 family moving sale, plus 2 family yard
6/Call 584-2986 and2Z please leave message. sale. 1403 Johnson Stripling Rd. June 7, 8
6/a.m. noon. (directly across from Burn's
inside Flea Market open Friday and Memorial Gardens) Lots of nice stuff,
Saturday, 8 a.m. 2 p.m. at Taylor Storage everything household you can imagine,
Center. like new toys and outdoor play items. New
6/4-6/6 washing machine $150. Furniture also,
ladies size 10 & 12, Juniors 5, boys 5&6,
Huge 2-family yard sale Fri. & Sat, 8 a.m. girls 6-10 all like new. Brand new boat seat
until. House on right on Slaughter Rd. Plus w/Built in cooler,
size clothes, boy clothes, young women 6/6AA
clothes, dishes, toys, what nots, movies. I
have cleaned out my house after several Yard Sale in front of K-Mart Every Saturday
years and have quite a bit of items for until August.(unless raining) 7a.m. -12
sale.To many to list. come by and look noon.
'probably have at least one of what you are 6/6-6/13
looking for. Need directions call me at 584-
4277. Yard Sale
6/6 Saturday, June 7, 7 a.m. until, 2710
McDaniel Rd, Baby items, toys, DVD's
Multi-Family Spring Cleaning yard sale. electronics and much more.
2634 Slaughter Rd. Saturday, 1st DW on 6/6
right. 7 a.m. 1 p.m. Lots of girls clothes
and-shoes (some name brand) women's
clothes & shoes, -big womens .,'ir, |f, BU
name brand purses, battery operated W ANT TO
barbie car, lots of tinkerbell items,
comforters, lots of baby toys, playpen,
leather jacket & chaps, formal dresses
perfect for cruise, flower girl dress,
wedding items, new home security
system, new video cameras $200, DVD
player and lots more. Too much to. Years Wanted
mention. For directions or questions call
838-1361. Everything cheap, don't want to 1941 & before 1974 1994
pack up. 1945. 1976 1995
6/6 1946 197'9 1996
125 Poppell Drive (off Old Dixie) Saturday 1947 1981 1997
at 8 a.m. A little bit of everything. 1948 1982 1998
6/6 1952 1983 1999
Carport Sale Steinhatchee. Collectibles, 1961 1984 2000
household items, fishing & boating 1963 1985 2001
supplies, clothing brand name ladies 1964 1986 2002
size 22 anid men's. Too much to list. 454 97 20
Kings Creek Circle. Friday and Saturday 8 1965 1987 2003
a.m. to4 p.m. 1966 1990 2004
6/6 1967 1991 2005
1968 1992 2006
Friday and Saturday 7 a.m. -until, 410 1972 1993 2007
Mitchell Dr. down. Puckett Rd. clothes, -
household items, lots of misc. 1973
6/6 Alo want any annual
Yard Sale 600 W. Wilcox Street. Corner of -from Jerkins High School
Wilder and Wilcox. Friday and Saturday,
June 6th and June 7th.8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Please call
Brand new clothing, overstocked. New
merchandise Books, scrubs, (tops, Mark Southerland
bottoms, jackets) Household items, teen
girls clothing, girls plus size clothing. 850-584-6021
6/6

WANT TO BUY
d Old Fireplace Brick, O 'od is
NJI Gold (scrap) Diamonds ~ Old Comic Books
Coins (silver) & Paper Money ~ Taylor County Memorabilia

Used Furniture
Bedroom Dining Room Living Room Bedding s. ..,





IRONWOOD HOMES OF PERRY

850-838-9090


S2 BR $29,990 !!


.. R '3 .' 3 BR $39,990!!!!
A JiJ i 0 ,1 4BR $54,990 !!!

5 BR $69,990 !!!!!


Absolutely NO HIDDEN COSTS

Prices above include delivery, set-up,

AC, skirting, and steps!!!
***Delivery included up to 50 miles from dealership**


I


$150 queen pillowtop mattress set, unused
with warranty, 222-7783
5/2GCN3
$400 NEW NASA VISCO MEMORY
FOAM mattress set with warranty. Can
deliver. 222-9879
5/2GCN3
5 piece 100% MicroFiber Living Room set
$600, All New in boxes. Delivery
available. 222-7783.
5/2GCN3
BED-KING PILLOW TOP Orthopedic
Mattress Set. Brand new in plastic. Must
move. $400 545-7112
5/2GCN3
BEDRM: 4 pc. set still in boxes, $499, can
deliver. Brand new! 222-7783
5/2GCN3
CHERRY NEW QUEEN Louis Phillip
sleigh bed 7 pc bedroom set. $2400 value,
must sell $999. 425-8374. Delivery
available
5/2GCN3
DINING ROOM Beautiful cherry table, 2
arm & 4 side chairs, lighted china cabinet.
Brand new in boxes, can deliver, Must
move, $799. 850-222-9879.
5/2GCN3
FULL mattress set. $125 TWIN mattress
set. $100 BOTH NEW. 850-545-7112
5/2GCN3
Queen Orthopedic Pillow top, NEW
mattress set in sealed plastic. Full
warranty. Sacrifice, $279. Can deliver,
850-222-7783.
5/2GCN3
6 piece PUB TABLE, solid wood & uphol
chairs. New in crate. List $1300 Take
$590. 425-8374
5/2GCN3
Perry Scaffolding $150. Call 843-1150
6/6-6/13


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.



Used/Repo Mobile Homes

28x48 3/2 FPL,3 blocks to river,1/4 ac. Steinhatchee $69,995

28x48 3/2 Reconditioned & Ready A/C.....................42,900

24x40 2/2 Delivered & Set-up AC................................ $36,995

28x56 3/2 Tape/Texture A/C............. .............. $42,995

28x48 3/2 New A/C, Appliances..... ...................... $41,995

14x56 2/2 Excellent Condition w/Roofover..................$21,995

14x44 1/1 2005 Fleetwood, Like New..... ................ $16,995



No Down for Landowners
<^ CALL NOW FOR MORE DETAILS! 1


PRESTIGE HOME CENTERS, INC.
CHIEFLAND

1-800-477-2492


4/4tfRC


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


To whom it may concern the Sloans
Auction House will be closing due to the
hot weather and other things. I am sorry
about this and I want to thank everyone
.that attended the Auctions before and
hoping we can do something again. If
anybody has anything that was to be
auctioned left over at the barn, contact me
Ia.,d will get it for you. Remember there
pare no more auctions at the Sloans
Auction at 1557 Carlton Cemetery Rd.
Thanks to everyone from Allen Sloan 584-
6032.
6/4-6/6
The Auction House of Madison will NOT
be having an auction this Saturday, June
7. We look forward to having another one
at a later date. (850)973-2959.
6/6


FIRST MONTH'S

RENT FREE





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

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


1


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


INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICIAN


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


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


AUCTIONS


WANTED


Yard Sale Keep your expectations low and
your wallets opened wide. 370 Will Clark
Rd. ( near Graves Drive-in) Saturday 7:30
until I get too hot. Early birds will be
heckled and pelted with rotten fish.
6/6
Yard Sale Sat 8 a.m. 12 noon at 912 W.
Ash St, washer bookcase, books,
housewares, toys, and much more.




Three, seven week old kittens FREE! One
dark, one light Tabby and one black and,
white with no tail. Call 584-5564.
6/4-6/6
For Sale pure bed, Chihuahua puppies,
Mother and Father on premises, du claws,
worming and 1st shots included. $200
each. 584-5414. Ready to go June 13.
6/6-6/11
9 week old red nose puppies all shot and
wormed, $100 850-838-6981
6/6-6/11
FREE small puppy's call after 3 p.m. 584-
6120k




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.
6/4ttlH
1985 Chevy S-10 Extended Cab, V-6
automatic, custom rims and tires. $1500.
O.B.O
2-month old Blue nose puppy, female
$500. Call 578-2576and and ask for Brandan
or Lisa,
6/4-6/6
For Sale, swimming pool ladder, filter,
hand rail, canning pots, 11 case's of jars
all sizes, tinted motorcycle helmet,
bedding dishes, camping supplies, kid's
and adults clothing and lots more. Call
Susie at 584-9305.
6/6
Bedroom Furniture DBL dresser, mirror,
Queen headboard, one night stand $375.,
small bookshelf $50, roll-a-way bed $50.
223-0114.
6/6
Tanning bed $300. Call 584-8563 for info.

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
5/9-6/6
100% LEATHER Living Rm Set, Lifetime
Warranty. NEW, still in crate. $850 OBO.
545-7112. Can Deliver
5/2GCN3


Seeking room mate in down town home.
Washer/dryer, $500 mo. ref. req'd. Call
584-6880.
5/30-6/1.1
Keaton Beach area 2 bd./2 bath house for
rent. Adults only. $650 mth includes
utilities, deposit req'd. Available July,
(850)578-2356 please leave message.
6/4-6/27
Classic colonial home with Center
hallway for rent. 3 bed/3 bath in town.
Available June 1st. Call Nelda Pace,
Broker/Owner at (850)843-1823.
5/30tfCB
3 bd house, 5 miles on 98 West. $600
month. 1st, last and deposit. No pets.
2 bed Mobile Homes located in park,
prices starting at $450, 1st, last and
deposit. No pets. Call 223-3227 and leave
message for appointment.
5/30LK
SOUTHERN VILLA OF PERRY
2BR apartments currently available! HUD.
vouchers accepted. Office hours are 8:00
to 5:00 Mon.-Thurs. Call 850-584-8111.
TpD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett Rd., Perry, FL
32347. Equal Housing Opportunity.
5/30tfSV
WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS
Immediate openings for 1, 2, & 3 BR HC
and Non-HC accessible apartments.
Rental assistance available. 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
5/30tfWA
OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE
205 S. Washington St. 760 sq. ft.
115 -A Drew Street 1160 sq. ft.
Central heat and air, H/C Restroom. Call
850971-2811 or S50. o--. 'F-

For Rent 2 bd/2 bth, 207 Sth. Hinley St.
$590 mth + $590 deposit. Call 843-8524
for more information.
5/14-6/6LS
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $550
reqLUired S45 deposit, $165 weekly or ,40
daily tax included. 317 N. Byron B'ileo:
Pkwy. 850-584-7033,
11/14tfLS


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

1 & 2 bedroom apartments available. Call
584-6666
12/5tfWO
Apartment for Rent 606 Orange St. Open
Saturday from 3p.m. to 5 p.m. $425 per
month + $425 deposit. No. pets. 559-707-
9391.
6/6-6/11
Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash.
removal, included, only $260 monthly. First
Floor store fronts from $350. 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




Land for Sale 10 acres, US 27 frontage. 11
miles from town, planted pines, oak trees
and maple. beautiful for home site. $8,500
per acre. Call Robert 850-890-1467.
6/4,6/6,6/13,6/20,6/27
MOTIVATED SELLER
MOVING OUT OF STATE
House 5 BD/2 B 602. Jefferson St.
House & Land- 3 BD/2 B 113 Lewis Drive
House- 3 B/1 B 602 W. Bacon St.
Will consider owner Financino with Large
Down Payment. 584-4678.
Land for sale, 221 North Between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
tfEF
House for Sale 3/2 Central Heat/AC 1383
sq. ft. back porch, covered open porch
very clean 1.3 ac. $85,000. Call 843-1150.
-5/23-6/20





Gorgeous 3 BR/2 Bath. DWMH with large
fenced yard. Great neighborhood! New
metal roof. Insulated windows. Painted
drywall! approx. $625/month WAC Call
850-838-9090. Will not last long!
6/4tflH


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

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











B-5 Perry News-Herald June 6-7, 2008


-SE]VICES


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

*!Affordable New Homes..,2 BR starting at
$29,990...3 BR starting at $39,990...4 BR
starting at $54,990...5 BR starting at
$69,990. Call 838-9090
6/4tflH
$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




Looking for Part time Bartender Friday and
Saturday nights. Apply at Beach Bar 578-
3046.
5/14-6/6

Advent Christian Village
Current Jobs Line Advertisement
call 658-5627 orvisit www.acvillage.net
24 hrs/day, 7 days/week
Be your BEST, Among the BEST
CNA & LPN
FT/PT/ long-term care setting. Florida
certification (CNA) or unrestricted license
(LPN) required.
LPN
PT; unrestricted Florida license required.
Prior home health experience a plus. Must
have valid Florida driver's license.
Food Service Staff
PT/FT in various settings including
Summer seasonal, institutional and
cafeteria. Prior experience in institutional
or cafeteria food service a plus but not
required.
FT positions include health, dental, life,
disability, supplemental insurance, 403b
retirement account; paid time off, access
to onsite daycare fitness facilities. Apply
in person at Personnel Office Monday
through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00
p.m., or fax resume/credentials to
(386)658-5160. EOE/Drug-Free
Workplace/Criminal background required.
6/4-6/13ACV

Martin Electronics, Inc.
is currently accepting applications for an
experienced Machinist. All applicants are
subject to pre-employment drug screening
and a background check by BATF. Bring
picture ID and Social Security card or Birth
Certificate and apply at the Employ
Florida Mobile Unit in the K-mart parking
lot on Wednesdays or stop by MEI to
complete an application.
AAE/EEONP
6/4-6/6MEI

TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Call in Roll Off Site Attendant $6.88 hr.
HEOI (Truck Driver)- $9.31 hr.
Job descriptions and applications can be
obtained from www.taylorcontygov.com or
One Stop Mobile Unit located in the Kmart
Parking Lot on Wednesdays 9 a.m. 6
p.m. or at, 502 N. Center Street Perry, FL
on Tuesday and Thursdays from 8 a.m.'-
2 p.m. Positions are open until filled.
Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners is an- EOE, VP, DT, .
background check employer.
6/4tfBCC


The City of Perry
is accepting applications for a

Building Inspector or
Building Official
Requirements:
At least 18 years of age, good
moral character, meet eligibility.
requirements according to one of the
following:
1) Demonstrates 10 years combined
experience as an architect, engineer,
plans examiner, building code inspector,
registered or certified contractor, or
construction superintendent, with at
least five years of such experience in
Supervisory positions;
Or 2) Demonstrates a combination
of postsecondary education in the
field of construction or related field,
no more than 5 years of which may
be applied, and experience as an
architect, engineer, plans examiner,
building code inspector, registered or
certified contractor, or construction
superintendent which totals 10 years
with at least 5 years of such total being
experience in supervisory positions.
OR
Holds a valid standard, provisional,
or limited certificate from the State of
Florida as a Building Official or Building
Code Administrator.

This position will be responsible for all
duties of a building code administrator
and/or building official for the City
of Perry, including buot limited to:
inSpections, plans review, building
code compliance, building compliance
with applicable land development
regulations, and oversight of applicable
clerical staffing. Must have a valid
Florida Driver License.
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
Please send employment history,
copies of certification held and
salary requirements by 6/13/2008
to:
Attn: Bob Brown, City of Perry,
224 S. Jefferson St.
Perry, FL 32347
,r ,,7


Local Ordnance Defense Contractor is
currently seeking to fill a Manufacturing
Engineering position. The ideal candidate
would have a B.S. Degree in an
Engineering or related field with a
minimum of two (2) years experience in a
Mfg. / Process Engineering related
positions. PC literacy is a must and CAD
Design capability is a plus.
Responsibilities will include the design,
'development and implementation of
tooling, fixtures and manufacturing
processes capable of meeting stringent
reliability standards, Standard Operating
Procedure generation, process
troubleshooting and training as well as
other process related activities.
We offer a competitive wage and benefit
package. EOE. For confidential
consideration, send resume electronically
to Bulova Ordnance, LLC, 125 SE Swisher
Road, Mayo, FL 32066.
5/28-6/6BT

Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS (5627)
www.ACVillaae.net
Charming community; delightful people;
rewarding experience,
FT Social Service Coordinator
to perform admissions assessment,
provide social support in community
integration and coordinate services for
clients in various phases of independent
living. Bachelor's degree in social
services or related field required. MSW &
prior experience a plus.
PT Postal Worker
High school diploma or GED preferred,
Simple math skills & strong customer
service skills required, Some Saturdays
included.
Gen rous benefits available for FT
positions. EOE; Drug Free Workplace,
Criminal background checks required.
Apply in person at ACV personnel
Department Mon. thru Fri. 9:00 a.m. until 4
p.m., Carter Village Hall, 10680 Dowling
Park, FL fax resume to (386)658-5160; or
visit ACVillage.net
5/28-6/6ACV

Short OrBer Cook and Server Wanted at
Keaton Beach Hot dog Stand. Apply in
person.
5/28-6/6

CLERK NEEDED: Sea Hag Marina in
Steinhatchee is seeking to hire a self-
motivated individual with a passion for
people, Must posses excellent phone
%kills, 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
Need a job? Get paid to work from home
on your computer. Great money, and its
fun! We will show you 12 ways to make
money on-line. Go to:
www.ezabc.bloaspot.com
6/6-6/11

Part Time In-store demonstrators, mostly
weekends. Looking for energetic people
who enjoy the challenge of a sale and
want to supplement income. 1-800-238-
9199 ex. 339


TMO BI


Chrome Rims Pacer type, 906 18 inches
with tires for only $800. Call from 10a 6 p.
850-838-2773
5/14-6/6

2000 Lincoln Town Car Signature
Series, leather interior, premium sound
system. Good condition inside and out.
Well-traveled 115K miles $7500. 584-3168
leave message.
5/23-6/18
2006 Saturn Ion, 5 speed manual, 26-35
mpg, roomy interior, dent resistant panels,
bright silver, 22k miles excellent condition
$9,999 584-9882 or 584-0651 or 843-2155.
5/30-6/13

1970 Catalina Pontiac, 4 door. Call 584-
3443.
6/4-6/6
1997 Mercury Villager gs, good AC, 6-CD
player, 3 door, clean, good tires. $3800
OBO Call 850-584-4807 Eric Wheeler.
6/4-6/6

For Sale 1984 Ford Pick-up 6 cyl., 4 sp.
man., with topper. $1200. O.B.O. 850-578-
2215
6/6-6/18
For Sale $3500. 1995 Dodge Ram 1500 -
318 engine 2 wheel dr., power steering,.
power brakes, power windows, new paint,
good tires, black & silver. Call 850-578-
2305
6/6-6/111


2001 Fisher Pontoon boat 20'6" all metal,
90hp Mercury Motor, Drive on all metal
Fisher Trailer, New Bimi Top, liver box,
depth, finder, radio, setup table. All in
excellent shape $10,600 Call 850-584-
7727.




J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. Wo
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
tfJD
Clay Swindle L.L.C. (licensed and
insured) All types of remodeling: doors,
windows, docks, painting, etc.
Commercial & Residential. Call 850-223-
1780 or 843-1941. If no answer, please
leave message. Over 20 years of
experience
3/7tfnCS
Brandan's Handyman Service
Painting, remolding, decks, etc. odd jobs.
Will beat other prices. Call Brandon at
578-2576.
6/4-6/6
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
6/4-6/27
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. Moneyhan certified quality
specialist.
5/7-7/30
MOBILE HOME MOVERS
Water/Sewer Hook Ups Available.
Complete Set Up Service And Anchoring,
Dirt Pads And Tree Service.
Mobile Home Repair, Tear Down &
Removal, Releveling, Instalation Of New
Windows & Doors, Roofs, Skirting & Vynal
Siding. Licensed, Insured And Bonded.
Call Mark Moneyhan 584-6397 Or Steve
Mckinney 838-0676.

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.
ri


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Chiefland
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,. Includes FREE Delivery & Set-Up...PERIOD!


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NEED HELP? Excellent TLC for your
loved elderly. Cooking, light cleaning,
errands, 17 years experience. References
available. Call 584-5165 please leave
message.
5/28-6/4

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
JM Handyman Home Repairs, LLC
Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate wood
available, Mobile Home Repairs, RV Leak
Repairs. 578-3776 838-6077 or 584-2270.
5/14tfJM
A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush hog
mowing, rake work, dirt leveling and
complete lawn service. Call 584-6737.
3/9tfnAZ


TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours

Tile Floors -
Pet Odors -~

584-CLEAN
(584-2532)





Public Notice of Sale
The storage place on Hwy 98 W. in
Perry. FI announces a Public Sale to be
held on Saturday, June 7, 2008 at 11
a.m. The Sole will be held at the Storage
Place Facility in Perry Florida.
The Sole is being held to satisy a
landlord's lien. Everything is sold "as Is"
where is for cash. The storage place
reserves the right to cancel any public
sale that is advertised. Also the storage
place has the right to no sale a unit of
deemed necessary. The units being
sold are as follows:
P49- Denise Mango; P03-Jomie Kendal;
P72-Bernaden Twons; P09-Robert
Simmons; P32 & 34- Gail Oliver; P42 & 43 -
Ernistine Parlor; P52 Nichole Marshall;
P53 & 64 -.Trent Cooke; P75 Judy
Traynor; P88 Christina Williams
5/16
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING: The District
Board of Trustees of North Florida
Community College will hold a Trusieesi
Budget workshop on Tuesday, June 17,
2008 from 4:30 p.m. n 5:30 p.m. and its
regular monthly meeting at 5:30 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, at the address
above. For disability-related
accommodations, contact the NFCC
Office of College Advancement, 850-
973-1653. NFCC is .an equal
access/equal opportunity employer.
6/6
In the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit in and for Taylor County, Florida
Case No.: 06-832-CA
Cypress Associates, a Florida general
partnership. Plaintiff,
vs.
Phillip C. McNeal; The Estate of Coleman
McNeal, deceased; the unknown

Doctors' Memorial
Hospital
Employment Opportunities:

RN-OR, FT
RN-Home Health, FT
EMT, PRN
Paramedic, PRN
Cashier, FT
Insurance Specialist, FT
Referral Clerk-Clinic Peds, FT
Medical Lab Tech, FT
Phlebotomist, PRN
LPN-MS, FF & PRN

Phone: 584-0866
Fax: 584-0661
dianamn@doctorsnmemorial.com
DFW/EOE


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


Come one... i
come all!

PERRY ELKS



BINGO

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


Consignment and Linen Rental

Business For Sale by Sealed Bids




106 E. Main St., Perry, Fla. '

Inventory is 50/50 Consignment and Owned
Over $20,000.00 'In Inventory
All Bids Must Be Receive By September 15,2008

Mail All Bids To Owner:
Bonnie Sue Agner, 2450 W Fair Rd, Perry, FI 32347.

For Any Questions Contact Bonnie Sue Agner @ (850) 584-8009.
"We Reserve The Right To Refuse Any And All Bids"


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spouse of Coleman McNeal; TrU
unknown heirs, Devisees, Grantees,
Assignees, Llenors, creditors, trustees, or
other persons claiming by, through,
under or against Coleman McNeal, The
unknown spouse of Coleman McNeal,
and all unknown persons, if alive, and If
dead, or not known to be dead or
alive, their unknown spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors,
creditors, trustees or other persons
claiming by, through, under or against
the unknown persons; and Fleet
Finance, Inc.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: Phillip C. McNeal; The Estate of
. Coleman McNeal, deceased; the
unknown spouse of Coleman McNeal;
the unknown heirs, Devisees, Grantees,
Assignees, Lienors, creditors, trustees, or
other persons claiming by, through,
under or against Coleman McNeal, The
unknown spouse of Coleman McNeal,
and all unknown persons, if alive, and if
dead, or not known to be dead or.
alive, their unknown spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees, lienors,
creditors, trustees or other persons
claiming by, through, under or against
the unknown persons; and Fleet
Finance, Inc.
You are notified that an action to quiet
title on the property In Taylor County
Florida:
Commencing at the Northeast Corner
oi Lot Seven (7) of Block "E" of the N.L.
Smith Subdivision as per map or Plat
Book 1, Page 82, in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Taylor
County, Florida, thence run West 100
feet, thence run North 75 feet, thence
run East 100 to the Point of Beginning
S(hereafter "the Property")
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Garvln B.
Bowden. the Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address Is G.ardner, Bist, Wiener,
Wadsworth & Bowden P.A., 1300
Thomaswood Drive, Toallahassee, Florida
32308, on or before June 16, 2008 (within
30 days of first publication), and file the
original with the clerk of this court either
before service on the plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the compliant or
petition.
Dated may 8, 2008.
Annie Moe Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk '
5/30, 6/6, 6/13, 6/20


In The Circuit Court for Taylor County.
Florida Probate Division
Case No. 08-374-CP
In Re: Estate of Betty Alyne Cousseaux,
Deceased
NOTICE OF CREDITORS
To all persons having claims or
demands against the above estate:
The administration of the Estate of Betty
Anne Causseaux, deceased, File No.
08-374-CP, by the Circuit Court for Taylor
County. Florida Probate Division, the
address of which is Post Office Drawer
620, Perry, FL 32348. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All interested persons are notified that:
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against Decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is served must file
their-elaTms-with thsCoitfft Withlrtfthieidtef


of three months after the date of the first
publication of this notice or thirty Days
after the date of service of a copy of
this notice on them (sections 733.702
and 733.710 of the Florida Statutes). *
All other creditors pf.the decedent and
persons having claims or demands
against me esiare of the decedent
must file -r.e,. claims a. rn this court within
three months after the date of the first
publication of this notice.
All Claims and Demands not so filed will
be forever barred.
The date of the first publication of-this
notice is June 6th, 2008.
Oscar Howard, Ill, P.A.
Florida Bar No. 013551
P.O. Box 22
Perry, Florida 32348
(850)584-4980
Person Giving Notice:
Betty Osteen'
Personal Representative
2751 Ellison Road
Perry, Florida 32347
6/6, 6/13







CALL FOR BIDS
Culpepper Construction Company,
Inc., SL#CGC003540, the Construction
Manager of:
Taylor County
Emergency Operations Center
is accepting sealed bids from qualified
Trade Contractors for the" following Bid
Packages: "
Bid Package #2 Sitework, Earthwork, &
Utilities
Bid Package #3 Concrete & Hollow
Core Concrete
Bid Package #4 Masonry
Bid Package #5 Structural & Misc. Steel
Bid Package #6 Architectural
Casework
Bid Package #7A Building Insulation
Bid Package #7B Roof System
Bid Package #8A Glass and Glazing
Bid Package #8B Doors and Frames.
Bid Package #9A Painting, Sealants &
Waterproofing
Bid Package #9B Acoustical Ceilings
Bid Package #9C Drywall.& Metal
Framing
Bid Package #9D VCT & Carpet
Bid Package #9E Ceramic Tile
Bid Package #10A General Trades
Bid Package #10B Raised Access
Flooring -
Bid Package #15A- Plumbing
Bid Package #15B Mechanical
Systems
Bid Package #16 Electrical -
BID DOCUMENTS: Plans, Specifications &
Bid Packages are available for viewing
or pick-up at the The Blueprint Shop
located at 823 Thomasvlle Rood
Tallahassee, FL 32303 beginning Friday,.
June 06, 2008.
MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE will
be held at the County. Commission
Board Room at 201 E. Green. Street,
Perry,.FL 32348 on Wednesday, June 18,
2008 at 03:30 PM.
BID OPENINGS: Sealed Bids will be
received and publicly read aloud at the
County Commission Board Room at 201
E. Green Street, Perry, FL 32348 on
Wednesday, July 02, 2008 at 02:00 PM.
DO NOT CONTACT THE OWNER OR
ARCHITECT DIRECT.
Please contact Jeremy Bain at (850)
210-3923 or CDon Home at (850) 528-6560
regarding ai questions


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3-6 Perry News-Herald June 6-7, 2008



TCMS announces


award recipients


The 2007-08 Awards Night
Program for Taylor County Middle
School (TCMS) was held on
Monday, May 27, at 7 p.m.
Eli Grambling, Student Council
president, welcomed the group.
Ashley Mixon, secretary, and
Emalee Shaw, vice president, gave
the invocation. Macy Gregory,
treasurer, led the Pledge of
Allegiance.
Award winners were:
Dean Mann Band Award:
Samantha Tyler.
Sam Turner PE Award: Brion
Scott and Macy Gregory.
Golden Citizenship Award:
Justice Kelly and Whitney Young.
Woodman of the World
Award: Eli Grambling.
Principal's Award: 6th grade,
Dylan Strickland, Morgan Mixon,
Joe Pelt and McKenzie Sullivan;
7th grade, Madison Thomas,
Peyton Cribbs, Abigail Bratcher
and Eli Walker; 8th grade, Micah
Tyler McDonald, Skylar Schmidt,
Eli Grambling and Valerie
Gardner.
Citizenship Awards: 6th
grade, Daniel Dudley, Victoria
Gardner, Triston Barfield and
Becky Walker: 7th grade, Sarah
Durden, Jake Smyrnios, Emalee
Shaw and Austin Wynn; 8th grade,
Wil Tuten, Lyndsey Carter, Blaine
Brenner and Jabrayla Bell.
Presidential Outstanding
Academic Excellence Awards:
Eli Grambling, Aaron Crews,
Valerie Gardner, Macy Gregory,
Taylor Schmidt, Elizabeth Harper,
Kriten Reed, Justice Kelly, Caitlin
Weatherly, Jabrayla Bell, Virginia
Jacobs, Justin McGuire, Samuel
Whitfield, Kiley Faircloth,
Carolyn Nowlin, Whitney Young,
Chelsea Snodgrass, Blaine
Brenner, Lyndsey Carter,
Shamouri Island, Miraj Patel,
Ashley Mixon, Sheryl Curles and
Caitlin Carter.
6th Acheivement/Highest
Grade: Language Arts, Joe Pelt,
Morgan Mixon, Claire Cruce, John
Hilton and Tykiess Dixon;


Mathematics, Daniel High, Kaylee
Denmark, Ty'Keiss Dixon and
Javolis McNeal: Science, Laura
Feeman and Morgan Ashlee
Allbritton; Social Studies, Joe Pelt
and John Hilton.
6th Merit/Second Highest
Grade: Language Arts, Grant
Parker, Evan Grambling, Laura
Freeman, Daniel Dudley and
Sierra Carter: Mathematics, Claire
Cruce, Grant Parker, James Carter
apd Garrett Murphy; Science, John
Hilton, Dylan Strickland and
Kaylee Denmark; Social Studies,
Ashlee Albritton, Laura Freeman
and Claire Cruce.
7th Achievement: Language
Arts, James Clover, Kira Sadler
and Austin Meeks; Mathematics,
James Clover, Ashley Anderson
and Austin Meeks: Science, James
Clover and Thomas Neshat: Social
Studies, James Clover and Thomas
Neshat.
7th Merit: Language Arts,
Garrett McCoy, Shana Sadler and
Jason Madison: Mathematics,
Elaine Brannen, Adam Anderson
and Alexander Flowers: Science,
Carmina Ketring and, Lucas
Albritton; Social Studies, Garrett
McCoy and Adam Anderson.
8th Achievement: Language
Arts. Taylor Schmidt and Valerie
Gardner; Mathematics, Eli
Grambling, Taylor Schmidt and
James Hatcher: Science, Macy
Gregory and Micha Tyler
McDonald; Social Studies,
Lyndsey Carter and Whitney
Young.
, 8th Merit: Language Arts, Eli
Grambling and Lyndsey Carter;
Mathematics, Macy Gregory,
Lyndsey Carter and Brittany
Faircloth; Science. Jabrayla Bell,
Aaron Crews and Sheryl Ann
Curles; Social Studies. Taylor
Schmidt and Macy Gregory.
Pre-Algebra: Achievement,
James Clover; Merit, Elaine
Brannen.
Algebra I Honors:
Achievement, Macy Gregory;
Merit, Sheryl Ann Curles.


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