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June 27-28, 2008


Williams


withdraws

from race


for city seat
Roderick H. Williams has
withdrawn from the race for City
Council. District 2.
He made the announcement
during Tuesday's night regular
council meeting.
"Due to personal reasons, I am
withdrawing as a candidate
District 2 city council seat,
effective immediately. I would like
to thank the community of District
2 and at-large which supported me
and who will continue to support
me in my future endeavors as a
concerned community leader. I
pledge to continue to work with--
and hold accountable--all of the
elected officials for the best
interests of the community and
myself. I will also continue
supporting my City Council
representative. Alphonso Dowdell.
I would also like to thank the city
manager's office staff for their
diligent support and assistance in
answering various questions,
ensuring candidate packets were in
order, and being there just in
case," Williams said.
S"Our community is headed for a
biight future that we all will be
proud of. Remember, let your
voice be heard loud and clear--get
out .,rJ vote on election day."
IWilliams' withdrawal clears the
field for the seat 2 race, leaving
incumbent Dowdell unopposed.


Nature's own "Easter
begins Tuesday, July
opening of the 2008 scall
Season highlights, fav
and a local "scallop-sitinc
be found in this year's spe
edition, inside today.

Leadership council
Saturday
The Taylor County
Council will hold a meeti
June 28, at 2 p.m.
Community Center. All r
asked to attend.

School board canc
1 meeting, will me
15
The District School Bo
County will not hold
meeting Tuesday, July 1. I
hold a special school bo
(executive session only) N
30, at 5:30 p.m. The exec
will be closed to the pub]
regularly scheduled meE
held Tuesday, July 15.

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dpplicatil-ls
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year for children ages
years old.
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of programs "to help the
and we provide a safe
environment for every chi
information, call 838-2535


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Martin Electronics, Inc., has been in the
company is a premier provider of 40MM
pyrotechnically activated devices.


In coming budget year


pyrotechnic industry for more than 40 years. The
ammunition, fuzes, signaling devices and other


British company


to purchase MEI


in $70 million deal

A British military products manufacturer has announced plans to
purchase Martin Electronics, Inc., in Taylor County for $70 million.
Chemring Group PLC is the world's leading producer of expendable
decoy countermeasures for protecting air, sea and land platforms against
guided missile threats. Its products include flares, chaff, special materials
and naval decoys.
The company also designs, develops and produces energetic materials
and sub-systems for military, OEM and safety customers. Its products
include safety systems, initiators, pyrotechnics, disruptors, medium and
large calibre ammunition, pyromechanisms and propulsion systems.
Martin's President and General Manager Rick Gardner said Chemring
plans to keep and grow the Perry plant.
"We currently employ about 250 people and we expect those numbers
to maintain or grow over the next several years," Gardner said.
Gardner, who plans to stay on with the company, said the purchase of
Martin is a strategic acquisition for Chemring. It recently purchased other
plants in Pennsylvania, Tennessee and South Dakota and is now a major
supplier for the U.S. Department of Defense.
Martin Electronics has been in business since 1954. Its 1,000-acre
Taylor County plant on Puckett Road became operational in 1968.
Martin currently manufactures 40MM ammunition, fuzes, signaling
devices and other pyrotechnically activated devices.


City faces $371,000 deficit Meeting to address


One year after raising water
utility rates and implementing
increased user fees for services, the
City of Perry may once again look
at hard-hitting changes in order to
overcome a projected deficit of
$371,000.
"We first thought that our deficit
would be around $700,000. But
we've been able to work through
some things and now our target is
around $371,000," City Manager
Bob Brown told the city council
Tuesday.
"Last year, we looked at a whole
laundry list of things that we could
do to save money and increase
revenue. If you went with just two
of those--going to once-a-week
garbage pick-up service and


implementing a new rate for sewer
utilities--you could wipe out the
deficit," he noted.
In budget discussions last year,
Brown stated that proposed new
sewer rates would generate an
additional $209,504. Only $55,000
of that figure would come from
households; the remainder would
be brought in from commercial
accounts.
According to the 2007 figures,
once-a-week garbage service
would save the city an estimated
$106,955.
Brown added that an-additional
consideration this year was that,
under new legislation which goes
into effect July 1, the city would no
longer be able to charge for line


location services.
"Charging for line locations was
something you did last year to
generate revenue (approximately
$82,000). Now we have to look for
ways to offset that loss," he said.
One course of action
recommended by Brown was to
enforce a city ordinance which
requires anyone working within a
city right-of-way to purchase a
permit. "Right now that fee is only
$25, which will not offset what we
charged for line locations. My
recommendation is tojaise that fee
to $150." he said.
Rather than implement the fee
change Tuesday, the council asked
for the item to be placed on the
agenda of its next meeting.


'Good harvest' predicted



for 2008 scallop season


Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
Biologist Dr. Steve Geiger said this
week that those hunting scallops
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Scallop season opens Tuesday
September.


along the Taylor County coast can
expect a very good harvest when
the season gets underway Tuesday,
July 1.


and continues through early


Geiger was at the Steinhatchee
Community Center Tuesday to
deliver the good news.
He said 2006 wasn't a very good
year, 2007 was better and 2008 is
"very good."
"The Steinhatchee area scallop
population is the most resilient in
the state," he said.
Geiger joined Melissa
Charbonneau with the Big Bend
Seagrass Aquatic Preserve at the
event sponsored jointly by the
Taylor Soil & Water Conservation
District, Taylor Coastal
Communities Association, Gulf
Restoration Network and
Steinhatchee Waterfronts Florida.
Charbonneau said the seagrass
beds in this part of the state
continue to be very stable. Her
agency has been collecting data
here since 1997.
For more on the 2008 scallop
season, see the special section in
today's Perry News-Herald.


Should right-of-ways be used for


Gulf access from Steinhatchee?


With river access still a high
priority for the Steinhatchee
community, Taylor County
commissioners will once again
enter the discussions when they
hold a public hearing to consider a
new policy for right-of-ways that
end at the river.
Steinhatchee resident Stan
Ridgeway requested the public
hearing at the commissioners'




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meeting last week, to discuss a
policy for "opening the public
right-of-ways leading to the
Steinhatchee River to the public."
Commissioners agreed to hold
the hearing during their regular
meeting Tuesday, July 22, which
will be in Steinhatchee.
The proposed policy presented
by Ridgeway includes establishing
a program to "improve the public



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street right-of-ways that go to the
Steinhatchee River and open green
space owned by the county for
public enjoyment and use by local
residents and visitors. Activities to
be enjoyed might include: fishing,
wildlife observation, bird
watching, picnicking, launching of
canoes, kayaks and small boats, or
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local crime issues


A joint meeting of local law
enforcement agencies, the Perry
City Council and Taylor County
Commission will be held
Tuesday, July 1, to address
community concerns regarding
local crime.
The meeting is open to the
public and will start at 6:30 p.m.,
at Loughridge Park.
"We are going to inform folks
of what we've been working on .
and invite them to give us
input on what is going on in
their communities and


neighborhoods," Sheriff L.E.
"Bummy" Williams said.
"Community involvement is
the key. The police department--
or any other law enforcement
agency--cannot be effecute on
protecting citizens without
the proper community
involvement," Perry Police
Department (PPD) Capt. Jamie
Cruse said.
.."This mee. ig will be good
time for citizens to come
forward and share information,"
Williams said.


Former mayor makes


bid for House seat 10


Former mayor Julie Conley of
Monticello, citing her 12 years
experience as a local elected
official, has announced her
candidacy for the state
legislative seat being vacated by
Will Kendrick and said she
intends "to stress economic
development that is compatible
with the values of the people in
this part of Florida."
Bringing jobs to District 10
will be a top priority, said
Conley, but as she works to
develop economic opportunities,
she said she would remain
mindful of the need to balance
economic profits with
environmental conservation.
"We have to promote the
economy in this region but we
also have to have the courage to
say 'No' when the long-term
well-being of our communities
is at stake."
Conley said she thinks that her
12 years of experience as a local
elected official, and as a small
business owner, gives her an
advantage over her opponents
and will make her a more
effective legislator. She served
eight years as the elected city
clerk/treasurer of Monticello
before being elected mayor and
has chaired the county's
legislative committee, dealing
directly with the decisions made
by the legislature. She was twice
selected as "Elected Official of
The Year" by the Monticello-
Jefferson County Chamber of
Commerce. She currently
serves as executive director for


Julie Conley
the Jefferson County Economic
Development Council.
Conley said she feels that
there are too few legislators
coming from the ranks of
elected city and county officials,
especially smaller cities and
rural counties, and that this
limitation puts these
communities at a disadvantage
when dealing with more
experienced elected officials
from larger cities and counties.
Noting that while her business
background was a useful
experience in public office,
Conley said that "nothing can
prepare a person to work with
other elected officials like
having the experience of holding
public office. Coming to
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'For outstanding leadership'


Small County Coalition honors Brown


Jack Brown, second from left, was one of four county
leaders recognized by the Small County Coalition.


Taylor County Administrator
Jack Brown was one of four
county leaders recognized for
outstanding leadership at the
Small County Coalition Annual
Meeting held in Tallahassee
June 11.
The Small County Coalition is
as statewide organization made up
of Florida's 34 smallest counties. It
promotes funding and develops
critical programs to address the
needs for small and rural
communities in Florida.
Brown was presented the "2008
Outstanding Service Awards" for
his service and support to
coalition consultants while they
worked to pass the coalition's
legislative agenda during the past
year.
He was recognized for
"outstanding support during the
2008 legislative session and for
effectively conveying the impact
of various legislative proposals on
small counties in Florida."
Similar recognition were also
presented to Arthur Bellot, county
manager of Dixie County; Allen
Cherry, county coordinator of
Madison County; and Benjamin
H. Pingree, county administrator
of Wakulla County.


High-speed Internet


connection eyed for


nine rural hospitals


Taylor County Commissioners
have endorsed a plan to link rural
hospitals across the region,
including Doctors' Memorial
Hospital, with extremely fast
Internet connections to improve
patient care and increase access to
medical services.
The Florida Agency for Health
Care Administration (AHCA) and
the Big Bend Regional Healthcare
Information Organization
(BBRHIO) is working to secure-a
$9.6 million Federal
Communications Commission
grant.
The grant involves a 15 percent
match, and BBRHIO is applying to
become eligible to accept
donations from for-profit entities
under the Community
Contribution Tax Credit program.
Each county included in the
program is required to pass a
resolution supporting BBRHIO's
application for the tax credit
program.
"For health care providers, there
are significant advantages," said
Big Bend Regional Healthcare
Network Executive Director Rob


Lombardo in a letter to
commissioners.
"The BBRHIO health care data .
exchange, will enable rural
providers to share patient
information among themselves,-,
and when the need arises, to send.
or receive data and images from:
larger hospitals and specialists in
Tallahassee and other urban,.
centers.
"This exchange will boost
efficiency by reducing duplicative
data entry, reduce errors associated
with misunderstood prescription.
drugs or drug allergies and allow..
physicians to review prescriptions
and treatment ordered by other
doctors."
Lombardo stated that there was
no financial commitment by the
county involved in approving the
resolution.
Commissioners approved the
resolution unanimously during
their regular meeting Tuesday, ,:
June 17. :
DMH CEO Charles Darcy
supports the program, adding that
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A-3 Perry News-Herald June 27-28, 2008


Rollings named an 'Educator


of Distinction' by Coca-Cola


Taylor County IHigh School
teacher Estic Rollings has been
named a 2008 Coca-Cola Educator
of Distinction by the Coca-Cola
Scholars Foundation.
She was one of 250) educators
across the country chosen to
receive the honor of "Educator of
Distinction." an award that
recognizes outstanding teachers
dedicated to providing education
with an enhanced purpose.
"The Coca-Cola Educator of
Distinction Award represents the
noble and heartfelt dedication of
the educators who win it. These
teachers help shape the future of
America by encouraging its future
leaders," said J. Mark Davis,
president of the Coca-Cola
Scholars Foundation. "The Coca-
Cola Scholars Foundation is
committed to education, and we
are proud to support the Educators


of Distinction program. It is our
way of saying thank you and
congratulations to these teachers."
Rollings received a
commemorative crystal gift from
the Coca-Cola Scholars
Foundation and a plaque inscribed
with a personal dedication written
by Caleb Reaves, a 2008 Coca-
Cola Scholar and a senior from
Taylor County High School, who
nominated Rollings. Each year,
the Coca-Cola Scholars
Foundation chooses 250
outstanding high school seniors to
receive college scholarships of
either $20,000 or $10,000. Once
named a scholar, the students then
designate the teacher, coach,
principal or counselor that inspired
and encouraged them most as their
"Educator of Distinction."
The Coca-Cola Scholars
Foundation is a joint effort of


Coca-Cola Bolttlers and The Coca-
Cola Company, and is suLIIortcd
locally by the financial
commitment of local Coca-Cola
Bottlers including the Tallahassee
Coca-Cola Bottling Company.
The program was created in 1986
to commemorate the 100th
anniversary of Coca-Cola and to
establish a legacy for the education
of tomorrow's leaders through
college scholarships. Including the
2008 Class of Coca-Cola Scholars,
the foundation has now awarded
more than 4,000 Coca-Cola
Scholars with a total of $35 million
in scholarship awards. This is the
ninth year the Coca-Cola Scholars
Foundation has presented the
Educator of Distinction Award to
outstanding educators. The award
is made possible from a grant
provided by the Joseph B.
Whitehead Foundation.


High-speed connection would


link hospitals in 8-county region


INTERNET CONNECTIONS
Continued from page 1
ne-w imaging equipment, such as
CTs and MRIs are digital, and the
resulting files are extremely
large.
VWith the faster connection, if a
patient had to be transferred to
Tallahassee or Gainesville, the file
could be transmitted to the
admitting hospital before the
helicopter arrived.
:"I'm glad the county is
supporting this." he said. "It's
really going to improve the care."
:He also pointed out that other
businesses could benefit from the
program, such as banks.
According to Lombardo, the
pEogram is "open to other business
interests and community
organizations which use or rely on
secure, high-speed Internet, data


and image transfers to sustain
their business plans."
The other counties which would
be included in the program are
Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf,
Holmes, Jackson and Madison.
The goal of the program is to
connect the nine hospitals in the
eight-county region to the
BBRHIO in Tallahassee and the
Escambia Health Information
Network in Pensacola.
"The nine rural hospitals will
also have access to pediatric
telehealth services from Children's
Medical Services in the Florida
Department of Health and from the
Nemours children's medical
system," the program's application
stated.
"Continuing education services
from the Florida State University
College of Medicine can be offered
to rural physicians."


The pilot program proposes to
employ an existing 10 gigabit per
second fiber network that runs
parallel to Interstate 10. Gigabit
fiber facilities would be
constructed from the network's
interface points, to a "point of
presence" in each of the eight
counties, followed by gigabit "last
mile connections" to the
hospitals.
In year two of the project, a
broadband wireless network would
be installed in each county to
"provide broadband connectivity
to each of the community health
centers for the not-for-profit
clinics in each county."
The total cost of the project is
estimated at $11.3 million and
some 260 miles of aerial fiber will
be constructed. The target date for
completion of the project is
December 2009.


Taylor County High School teacher Estic Rollings was recognized by the Coca-Cola Scholars
Foundation as an "Educator of Distinction." She was one of only 250 teachers nationwide
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Margaret Ann Karns, Patrick Lynn Anderson

Gipson, Heflin to marry

in afternoon ceremony
Tom and Juanita (Prissy) Gipson announce the forthcoming marriage of
their daughter, Tasha Ann Lynn, to Kevin Dan Heflin. the son of Tony and
Brenda Carpenter.
A July 5, 2008, wedding is planned at the Community Church of Perry
with Dennis Howell officiating at the 2 p.m. ceremony. No formal
invitations will be issued, but all friends and relatives are invited to attend.
The bride-to-be is the granddaughter of the late Joan Gipson. Tom
Gipson Sr., Carl and Teresa Jeffery, and Gene and Jean Coxwell.
The groom-to-be is the grandson of the late Paul Headley, Geraldine
Headley, Mildred Carpenter, Bobbie and Lewis Carpenter.


Taylor Co.'s

history and

geography

highlighted

An article by local writer A. J.
Burch is included in the summer
issue of Nature Coast Visitors
Guide Magazine.
The article, "Taylor County:
Intriguing Heritage and Gorgeous
Geography," welcomes tourists to
Taylor County's Scenic Loop
along the county's coastline.
Further, it highlights points of
interest, and various attractions, in
the vicinity of Perry and Highway
98 West.
Burch has been writing on a
variety of subjects since 1992,
including travel, tourism, general
hur..an interest articles/features,
cooking and entertainment. She
has earned several awards for her
endeavors.
The Nature Coast Visitors
Guide, a free publication, is
published seasonally and is
available at the Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce in Perry.


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Charlotte and Danny Ellison of Perry announce the engagement of their
daughter, Margaret Ann Karns, to Patrick Lynn Anderson of Perry.
The bride-to-be is also the daughter of the late Paul Karns. She
graduated from both Taylor County High School and North Florida
Community College. She is currently employed as a dispatcher for
Comtrak Logistics, Inc.
The prospective groom is the son of Vera and Eric Howell of Perry, Carl
and Cindy Anderson of Phelan, Calif. He graduated from Terry Parker
High School in Jacksonville and works as an electrician for Fru-Con
Construction Corporation.
Their wedding will be an event of Sept. 13, 2008, at 2 p.m. in New
Home Baplist Church. Formal invitations will be issued, but all friends
and relatives of the couple are cordially invited to attend.


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Averie N. Tomlinson


New

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Gavin Lars Redifer
Heath and Jane Redifer of Perry
announce the birth of their son,
Gavin Lars, on May 2, 2008, at
9:09 a.m. in Capital Regional
Medical Center. He weighed 7
pounds, 5 ounces, and was 20.25
inches long.
Maternal grandparents are
Wendy Hunt and Jeffry Williams.
Paternal grandparents are Pam
and Hantz Redifer. The baby's
paternal great grandparents are
Henry Redifer and Donna Hill,
and Anne Lollie.
Averie N. Tomlinson
Eddie and Heidi Tomlinson of
Perry announce the birth of their
daughter, Averie N., on May 29,
2008, at 10:04 p.m. in Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital. She weighed
6 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 20
inches long.
Maternal grandparents are
Melissa Meyer and Jared Hale.
Paternal grandparents are Eddie
and Leeann Tomlinson.
The new arrival was welcomed
home by his brother, Ethan.


Wedding reminder
Heather Michelle Massey, the daughter of Mike Massey and Robin
Massey of Perry, and Justin Wayne Parks, the son of Charles Parks of
Cross City and Joanna Parks of Tallahassee, remind friends and relatives
of their wedding on Saturday, June 28. The ceremony will begin at 4 p.m.
in the First Baptist Church.


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A place that you have left long since, but is all that we have
Dear spirit, come and join us here, your loved one by your Siuine
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Amos and Susan Lorene Simmons will celebrate their 60th
wedding anniversary on Saturday, July 19. Family members
will gather for cake at the Perry Shrine Club on July 4 at 1
p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. The
couple requests no gifts, please.


50th wedding anniversary
This Saturday, June 28, Glenda and Waddell Foskey will be
honored on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary.
Children of the couple invite friends and family members to
the Rigoni Cook Shack between the hours of 2 and 4 o'clock in
the afternoon.


58th wedding anniversary
Rodney and Myrtle Blanton Watts recently celebrated their
58th anniversary, honored by family and friends. Watts, a
Baptist minister for 48 years, is the son of Cora Watts Kemp.
Mrs. Watts, a homemaker, is the daughter of Grover and
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Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
law enforcement officers found an
87-year-old woman who had been
reported missing and suffering
from dementia. The woman had
been missing from her home in
Holly Lake Trailer Park, i,, west
Broward County, since Tuesday
afternoon.
Pembroke Pines police officers
couldn't locate the woman after
searching through the night.
Because the victim's home is near
the Everglades, the police
department called the FWC for
assistance.
On Wednesday at 12:30 p.m.,
FWC officer Lindsay Bruening and
reservist officer Paul Mercier
found the woman lying in tall
grass, next to an unpaved road in a
wooded area.
"She was unaware of what was
going on, but we were very happy
to see her," Bruening said. "We
gave her a little water to drink, and
she perked up."
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her to cool her down.' "
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Memorial Hospital Pembroke and
is expected to fully recover.


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NOTICE OF LAND USE.CHANGE

The City Council of hlie City of Perry, Florida, proposes to regulate the use of land within the area
sho\ n in the inmap helo\x b amending the text of the City of Perry Comprehensive Plan, hereinafter
referred to as the Comprehensive Plan, as follows:
CPA 07-1, an application by the City Council, and in response to an Objections, Recommendations
and Comments Repor prepared by the Florida Department of Community Affairs, dated March 24,
2008. to amend the text of the Comprehensive Plan by adding a Public School Facilities Element to the
Comprehensi\c Plain. amending the Intergovernmental Coordination Element of the Comprehensive
Plan to add a policy concerning coordination with the School Board, and amending the Capital
InmproNemnent Elcmeni of the Comprehensive Plan to add public school facilities level of service
standards and to amend the Five-Year Schedule of Capital Improvements.

CITY OF PEIRY
/ A public, hearing concerning an amendment to
consider enactment of the ordinance to adopt
S" : the amendment will be conducted by the City
Council on July 8, 2008 at 6:30 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matter can be heard, in the City
Council Meeting Room, City Hall located at 224
South Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida. The title of
said ordinance reads, as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 856
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PERRY,
S, FLORIDA, RELATING TO AMENDING
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COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, PURSUANT TO
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163.3215, I-LORIDA STATUTES, AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR ADDING A PUBLIC
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Religion


A-7 Perry News Herald June 27-28, 2008


Church marks pastors'11th anniversary
Kenneth, Carmen Dennis honored ittelirltin cotutuiutiy fellowship. On Sunday, June 29, Pentecostal Prayer
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guest speaker for a service Sunday, June 29, at 5:30 p.m. honoring the 11 il
anniversary of Kenneth and Carmen Dennis.
The event will be held at the Jerkins Community Center I'ealuing ias
guest psalmist, Anthony Williams.

Convention weekend gets underway tonight
Living Word Ministries will observe Convention Weekend at 606
Colson Street June 27-29 with Friday and Saturday services at 7 p.m.


Churches join together for V.B.S.
"l'riCndship Trek" has been chosen as the theme for the combined
Vacation Bible School for four area churches July 14-17 from 5:30-8:00
p.m.: First Presbyterian, First Methodist, St. James Episcopal and Catholic
Church of the Immaculate Conception. All children, ages 4 years to 12
years are invited to attend. The event will be held at the Catholic Church
this year with Anne Sesock as director.


Focus onthe Family


BIs child energetic, immature or attention deficit?
By James Dobson


QUESTION: My 6-year-old
son has always been an energetic
child with some of the symptoms
of hyperactivity. He has a short
attention span and flits from one
activity to another. I took him to
his pediatrician, who said he did
not have attention deficit disorder.
However, he's beginning to have
learning problems in school
because he can't stay in his seat and
concentrate on his lessons. What
should I do?
DR. DOBSON: It sounds like
your son is immature in
comparison with his age mates and
could profit from being retained in
the first grade next year. If his
birthday is between Dec. 1 and.
July 1, I would ask the school
psychologist to evaluate his
readiness to learn.
Retaining an immature boy
during his early school career
(kindergarten or first grade) can
give him a social and academic
advantage throughout the
remaining years of elementary
school. However, it is important to
help him "save face" with his
peers. If possible, he should
change schools for at least a year to
avoid embarrassing questions and
ridicule from his former
classmates.
You have very little to lose by
holding, back an immature boy
since males tend to be about six
months behind females in
development at that time. The age
of a child is the worst criterion on
which to base a decision regarding
when to begin a school career. That
determination should be made
according to specific neurologic,
psychosocial and pediatric
variables.
Let me add one other suggestion
that you might consider. Your son
appears to be a good candidate for
home-schooling. You might want
to keep him in the safety of your
care until he matures a bit, and
then if you choose, place him in
school one year behind where he
would have been otherwise. He
will not suffer academically and
will be more secure for the
experience.
Home-schooling is especially
helpful for the immature child --
usually a boy -- who is just not
ready for the social competition
and rejection often experienced
within large groups. It is also
beneficial to children who do not
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education, you have said that the
right factual information can and
should lead to conceptual learning.
But aren't you putting too much
emphasis on the memori/ation
process, which is a low academic
goal?
DR. DOBSON: The human
brain is capable of storing some 2
billion bits of information in the
course of a lifetime. There are
many avenues through which that
programming can occur, and
memorization is one of them.
Let me put it this way. If you
ever have to go under a surgeon's
knife, you'd better hope that the
physician has memorized every
muscle, every bone, every blood
vessel and every Boy Scout knot in
the book. Your life will depend on
his ability to access factual
information during the operation.
Obviously, I strongly oppose the
perspective held in some academic
circles that says, "There's nothing
we know for certain, so why learn
anything?" Those who feel that
way have no business teaching.
They are salespeople with nothing
to sell!
QUESTION: My marriage
seems beyond repair to me. My
husband is running around with
other women and threatening to
divorce me. Is lht.-' really aml
^ilope f6r is
DR. DOBSON: It's difficult to
say without knowing the details.
but I can tell you this. l've seen
dozens of families who were in


otur fix but are now happy and
whole.
I taught a class for young
married couples for a number of
years, and right there under my
nose, infidelity was a surprisingly
common event. There was one
period of time during which I dealt
with 19 different couples where
extramarital affairs had either
Occurred or were seriously
threatening. These families are still
known to me, and nine of them are
apparently happily married today.
Though this percentage may
seem low, remember that these
were families on the verge of
divorce, but they have now
sur ived many years. Loving
toughness played a definite role in


working through their.difficulties.
So yes, hope springs eternal, as
well it should.
Let me give you another word of
encouragement. Nothing can seemrn
so. fixed but change so rapidly as
human emotions. When it comes to
romantic endeavors, feelings can
turn upside down in a day or two.
I've seen husbands or wives who
expressed hatred for their spouses,
saying, "I never want to see you
again," only to fall weeping in the
other person's arms some hours
later.
I hope there are better days
ahead for you and your husband.
So hang tough. You may yet be
able to preserve what is precious to
you.


Obituaries


Jettie Platt Schell
Jcettic Plait Schell, 72, died
Thursday. June 26, 2008, at
Marshall Health Care Center.
Born in Canal Point, and moving
here from Lake City, she had lived
in Perry for the last 20 years. She
\\ as a member of Mensa,
Daughters of the Confederacy and
Tox\son Presbyterian Church in
To\\ sonl. Md.
Survivors include: two sons,
August W. Schell III of Tallahassee
and James Trammel Schell of
Tuscaloosa, Ala.: a daughter,
Cornelia S. Anderson of Aberdeen,


St. Johns Christian
Fellowship


Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.


Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Study/Prayer Meeting


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Mark McElfresh, pastor 584-7251


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King


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Md.; three grandchildren; and
three great grandchildren.
No services are planned at this
time.
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.


In Memory of

Raehelle
Srimone
Mitchell
Jan. 13,1983-July 1,1997


We remember, love
and will always
miss you.
11 years...seems
like 11 days.



Love,
Mom, Dad, Myra,
, Misty & Adam


town, or just wanting to learn more about our God?
Come Worship with us at

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ly Bible Study Iat 9:30 a.m. Telephone 584-2645
ing Worship at 10:30 a.m. Email-perrycoc@gnail. omu
evening Bible Study at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is our Honored GLt,.i.! r I


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


Wednesday Services
6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Mission Activities
Hwy. 27 584-5688
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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.m.
Traditional Worship 10:00 a.m. Choir 7:15 p.m.
THURSDAY Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
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Sunday School 10:00 -10:45
Tr A .Worship Service 11:00- 12:00
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Sunday Night
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SChoir Practice6:00 6:45
Nursery provided with adult supervision 9:45-12:00 Sunday Service 7:00 8:00
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A-8 Perry News-Herald June 27-28, 2008


Congressman Allen Boyd:


'Straight talk on high gas prices'


Can you spell 'ginormous'?
There was a 'ginormous' gathering of spellers at Taylor County Middle School, before the
2007-08 school year ended. All those who competed in the district competition are pictured
:above with the top three winners in front: Eli Grambling, Kinzi Mattingly and Miraj Patel.
:oGinormous' is one of the new words added to the Webster collection, fusing "gigantic" and
:enormous" into a single adjective.



Woodfaulk installed as district director


During the 54th Florida Retired
Educators' Association's (FREA)
annual assembly and convention
held recently at the Hilton in
Miami, local retired educator Flora
Woodfaulk was installed as
director of district 3.


The FREA District 3 includes
Dixie, Hamilton, Madison,
Suwannee/Lafayette and Taylor
counties.
The annual District 3 workshop
will be held in Perry on
Sept. 17.


'Model T celebrates 100 years

This year marks the 100th anniversary the "Model T" and Perry has
been selected to host the only "official" Model T centennial event in the
state.
Model T owners from across the state will meet in historic downtown
Perry on Monday, July 14, at 6 p.m. for the celebration. Timberland Ford
of Perry and the Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce are joining
forces with MainStreet Perry and the Downtown Partnership to host an
evening of family-oriented events centered around the Model T display.


Plan details upgrades for


Steinhatchee right-of-ways


GULF ACCESS
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other passive activities such as
enjoying the scenic view."
The policy also includes a list of
potential right-of-ways that could
be opened once certain procedures
were followed, including Oak
Avenue, Doyle Street, Cypress
Street, First Avenue North (east
end), Central Avenue, First Avenue
South, Second Avenue South,
Riverside Park, 14th Street East,
3th Street East, Second Street
Ea'i. Main Street, First Avenue
North (west end), Fourth Street
WVest, Palm Street and Third Street
West.
" Green spaces listed included
Riverside Park, Stephens
Park, Highland Park and Ninth
Street.
I Four levels of "improvement"
are included in the policy:
D-1: Remove brush and any
items that restrict or impede
walking access or are a safety
hazard on the right-of-way or site.
li --2: All items in D-1, plus the
addition of a picnic tabless,
gazebo or other structures for
fishing, picnicking, relaxing or
Wildlife observances.


D-3: All D-1 items, plus a
canoe, kayak or small watercraft
launching and applicable items in
D-2. (Example: Canoe/kayak
launch with a picnic table.)
D-4: All D-1 items, and the
installation of a floating dock (10-
15 feet long), as well as D-l and
D-2 items when so applicable.
(Example: A floating dock, small
canoe/kayak lunch and picnic
table.)
The policy also calls for any
such improvements to be paid for
by a project sponsor, donations,
local businesses, neighborhood
groups or clubs.
All improvements would be
approved by the commission at a
publicly noticed meeting.
Discussions over the use of
county right-of-ways" in
Steinhatchee have become heated
in the past.
Most recently, commissioners in
May reversed a decision to
apply for a state grant to build a
boat ramp at the end of Second
Avenue South after nearby
residents retained the services
of an attorney and approached
several regulatory agencies
with their concerns over the
project.


Conley holding 'work


days' across District 10


CONLEY
Continued from page 1


agreement with an elected official
requires different skills than those
required in business negotiation.
Because you are making public
policy, you must be more open and
because you are representing
multiple constituencies, you must
be more flexible than in the private
sector."
Conley stated her achievement
included "successfully lobbying
the state, for millions of dollars in
county projects, negotiating a
water re-use agreement between a
private business and state and local
government that is reducing daily
ground water consumption,
securing a $250,000 grant for a
business bringing new jobs to the
Jefferson County Industrial Park
and helping to create a new
tourism promotion fund."
Conley, a third generation North
Floridian, said she's taking
inspiration for part of her
campaign from U.S. Sen. Bob


Graham. Emulating the senator's
"work days," Conley said she
plans to spend at least one day
each month working a regular job
somewhere in the sprawling
district, which includes all, or part,
of 10 counties. At the time she
qualified she had already worked
at Fred's Best Seafood in Franklin
County, at the H&F Restaurant in
Hamilton County, at Weiss True
Value Hardware in Taylor County,
in the clam aquaculture industry in
Levy County and in the library at
North Florida Community College
in Madison County.
Her next work day is scheduled
for July 10 at the Cross City
Rehabilitation Center in Dixie
County.
"The experience of working
side-by-side with these people has
been extraordinary and has
provided me with greater
understanding and insight into the
lives and concerns of working
people throughout the district."
Conley pledged to continue her
work days if elected.


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Flora Woodfaulk


At gas stations across Florida,
the consequences of our addiction
to foreign oil are becoming
painfully clear. Family budgets are
being strained under the weight of
skyrocketing gas prices. Local
farmers are struggling with the
high cost of diesel. Small
businesses are feeling the gas price
pinch also, which has resulted in
higher business costs and less
money in the pockets of
hardworking Floridians.
Gas prices have soared in recent
months due to many factors,
including the falling value of the
U.S. dollar, a drastic boom in oil
consumption by developing
nations like China and India, and a
tighter supply of oil. Gas prices
have soared in recent years,
however, because the U.S. has
failed to develop a balanced,
forward thinking approach to our
energy needs.
Unfortunately, no silver bullet
solution will immediately lower
gas prices, and those who think
drilling directly off Florida's coast
is the answer may not have all the
facts. History has shown that
drilling alone will solve neither our
short term nor our long term
energy problems. Since 2000,
drilling has increased
dramatically-climbing about 66
percent-while gas prices also
have increased, from $1.47 per
gallon in 2001 to the current price
of over $4 per gallon.
But don't get me wrong-
domestic oil and gas exploration
should be a component of any
multifaceted energy plan; it just
can't be the only component, and it
must be done responsibly. In
2006, I supported allowing oil and
gas exploration in a 5.9 million
acre-area in the Gulf of Mexico,
125 miles off the coast and outside
the military mission region. The
area is known to have about 1.26
billion barrels of oil. This


agreement struck a balance
between those who want to build
oil rigs directly off our shores and
those who want to protect our
beaches and Florida's billion dollar
tourism industry. At the same
time, this agreement maintained
the military training areas in the
gulf, which are critical to Tyndall
and Eglin Air Force Bases.
I also support opening up areas
of the Arctic National Wildlife
Refuge (ANWR) in Alaska to
drilling. According to the U.S.
Geological Survey, ANWR could
hold between 5.7 and 16 billion
barrels of oil.
However, proponents of drilling
must realize that oil deep in the,
ground has no direct link to today's
gas prices. While we have seen a
significant increase in domestic
drilling in the past few years, it
will take about 10 years for this oil
and gas to reach the market. Also,
the long term effects of increased
domestic drilling are dubious.
According to a recent study by the
Energy Department, additional oil
production resulting from the
opening of ANWR would be only
a small portion of total world oil
production and would likely only
bring oil prices down by 75 cents a
barrel, which is currently at a
staggering $131 a barrel.
The bottom line: we cannot drill
our way out of the energy crisis.
We must develop a long term plan
that makes us less dependent upon
foreign nations for our energy
needs.
This Congress is making some
inroads in this effort by
implementing short term solutions
to bring down gas prices and by
working toward a long term
strategy to make our nation energy
independent. For example, in
May, I voted to temporarily
suspend the filling of the Strategic
Petroleum Reserve (SPR), the
nation's emergency supply of


crude oil. The SPR is already at 97
percent capacity. Experts have
concluded that by stopping
shipments to the reserve we can
add 70,000 barrels of oil a day
back into the market, which is
estimated to reduce gas prices
from 5 to 24 cents a gallon.
Also, my fellow Blue Dogs and I
have outlined key energy
principles that offer a
comprehensive approach to our
nation's long term energy policy.
The principles focus on domestic
energy production, renewable
energy sources, and technology
development. These principles.
recognize that, when it comes to
our energy policy, we must look at
all the pieces of the puzzle.
As we work to combat high gas
prices and establish a long term
energy plan;, we also must
recognize the role of the private
sector in this effort. Our energy
crisis' is a supply and demand
problem. While the government
can provide !incentives for the
private sector to develop
alternative energy and energy
efficient products, the private
sector, not the government,
ultimately will bring stability to
the market. Also, we must work to
improve our economic outlook.
Oil is priced in U.S. dollars, and as
the price of the dollar increases in
value, the cost of oil will go down.
In the end, there are many
challenges and opportunities
before us when it comes to our
energy needs. The answers may
seem overwhelming, but we have
the tools to regain control of our
energy future if we utilize our
greatest resource: the innovative
spirit of the American people. The
energy crisis requires all of us
working together toward a
comprehensive plan that addresses
our immediate' energy problems
and ensures that our energy needs
are met for generations to come.


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Entertainment


B-2 Perry News-Herald June 27-28, 2008


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There is nothing wrong with your television set. Do
tnot attempt to adjust the picture. We are controlling
,transmission. We will control the horizontal. We will
control the vertical. We can roll the image; make it
flutter We can change the focus to a soft blur or sharpen
it to crystal clarity.
So said the control voice before each episode of "The
Outer Limits."
Lately, however, the ones in control of what you see
on your television, and in theaters, have been the
entertainment unions, and for the past 10 months or so,
they haven't been able to get along with each other.
We are perhaps only weeks away from the second
major entertainment strike in less than a year, as the
collective bargaining agreement between the Screen
Actors Guild (SGA) and the Alliance of Motion Picture
and Television Producers (AMPTP) ends Tuesday.
For the television watchers out there (which I assume
includes most of you), you'll probably remember that
for several months at the start of the year--from late
January through mid-April--most of the network shows
quit broadcasting new episodes.
That was because tle networks had finally run out of
new episodes to air. 'By then, the Writers Guild of
America (WGA) had been on strike since November.
Demanding more benefits, including royalties from
shows and movies aired on the internet, the WGA could
not reach an agreement with the AMPTP during talks in
the fall of 2007. The writers' three-year bargaining
agreement ended, and they walked out on Nov. 5.
The strike lasted around 100 days, but it was another
month before any new episodes (from series halted by
the stoppage) began airing.
According to some reports, the economy of
Hollywood, Calif., and the surrounding area may have
lost upwards of $3 billion due to the strike. A recent
Wall Street Journal article stated that as many .as
37,000 could be out of work by the end of the year due
to the strike.
The results garnered by the WGA for its members
from the strike are debatable, especially with the lack of
growth seen on networks' online downloads. Trey
" arker and Man Stone. creajor: of the irreverent cartoon

WGA leadership when they aired an episode shortly
after the end of the strike lampooning the event. (The
writers of most animated shows are not represented by
the union.) In the episode, the country of Canada goes
on strike for additional online revenue. After months of
stalled negotiations, the World Canadian Bureau
(abbreviated WGA) finally gives in for a token payment
from the rest of the world consisting of coupons to
Bennigans for a free meal with the purchase of a meal
of equal or greater value... and a piece of bubble gum.
- In the real world, the producers broke from their
deadlocked negotiations with the WGA, and moved on
to the Directors Guild of America (whose contract was
also set to expire this year), and hammered out a deal in
a few weeks. The producers' goal was to get one of the
guilds to agree to a new contract so they could use it as
a basis to negotiate with the others. The plan worked,
and within weeks of the directors' agreement, the WGA
had agreed to a new contract and the strike was over.
Now it's the actors turn. And it's been ugly.
The SAG leadership was quick to state that the
agreements with the other guilds were not good enough;
they and their members wanted more. Again, weeks of
negotiations proved fruitless, the producers pulled out
to s' rt talks with SAG's sister union, the American
Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA),


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which like the name suggests, represents television and
radio actors. AFTRA has approximately 70,000
members, compared to 120,000 in SAG. Some 44,000
of AFTRA's members belong to both.
Like with the directors' guild, the producers hoped to
work out a deal with the smaller actors' union in an
attempt to set a template for when it resumed talks with
SAG.
It worked... halfway.
The AFTRA leadership agreed to a new deal, which
they called more beneficial to their members than the
agreements with the writers and directors. Rather than
using the new agreement as a template like the
producers had hoped, however, the SAG leadership
turned their ire from the producers to their fellow actors.
Since then, they have been urging their members who
are in both unions to vote down the agreement when it
goes before the AFTRA membership for ratification.
They went as far as to hold a well-publicized rally on
June 9 denouncing the agreement.
"It is essential that we vote down that AFTRA deal
now," SAG president Alan Rosenberg was quoted as
saying at the rally.
In response to the rally and continued calls to reject
the proposed contracts, AFTRA National Executive
Director Kim Roberts Hedgpeth posted online a
scathing open letter to union members, which said, in
part, "Whether the attempts by a sister union to interfere
in the ratification of your contract are motivated by
politics, fear, naivete, inexperience, or the intention to
do harm to your union, there is an undeniable reality: it
is a disgrace to any observer who believes in the
integrity and importance of the labor movement and
your rights as union members."
While the SAG contract runs out Tuesday, few people
are expecting the leadership to call for a strike
authorization from members (which would take about
three weeks) until at least after the results of the
AFTRA vote are announced July 8.
Some are saying that even if a strike authorization is
called for, there may not be enough votes to push it
through. Several big-named actors such as Tom Hanks
have been c.,lling 'onil the S -\G leadership to s-eule before

But if there is a strike, what impact will it have on
you, the average entertainment watcher? Well, unlike
the writers' strike, which affected television much more
so than it did movie production, the first casualties of an
actors' strike would be Hollywood.
In fact, a de facto strike has already been in place for
several months now as movie studios have refused to
begin new productions that could not be completed
before July 1. Several projects, such as the long-awaited
"Justice League of America" movie, which was delayed
once by the first strike and now by the threat of a
second, may not start production until next year, if it
ever gets off the ground. Most of these affects, as well
as any from a prolonged strike, would not be felt in
theaters until next summer considering the long
production time for the big blockbusters.
A more immediate impact from a prolonged strike,
however, would be the delay of the traditional
September start to televisions seasons. Most television
producers have been working through the summer
trying to get at least a few episodes finished before a
strike happens and will most likely continue past July 1
and only stop if a strike is authorized.
Only time will tell whether the entertainment industry
will be. shut down again. Only further time will let us
know whether Hollywood as we know can survive it.


CALENAR FEET


THEATRE
June 20-22, 25-29
The Young Actors Theatre finishes its
current season with "Joseph and the
Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" The
Biblical saga of Joseph and his coat of
many colors comes to vibrant life in
this musical parable. For tickets, visit
online at www.youngactorstheatre.com
or call 850-836-6602.
June 22-23, 27-29
Sophisticated, literate and stylish, but
also warm, funny and charming, "A
Little Night Music" features what has
been called Stephen Sondheim's most
romantic and achingly beautiful score,
including his most popular song to
date, "Send in the Clowns." Hearts,
eyes, spouses and lovers wander
through a weekend in the country,
"proving that love can make fools of us
all." Theatre A La Carte presents the
musical at the Tallahassee Little
Theatre, located at 1861 Thomasville
Rd. For more information or to
purchase tickets, call (850) 224-8474
or visit www.theatrealacarte.com.
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Saturday, June 28
A photo composition workshop will be
held at the Alfred B. Maclay Gardens
State Park in Tallahassee from 10 a.m.
until 12 noon Take a stroll through the


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gardens while learning the techniques
the pros use to compose beautiful
scenic photos. The class is suitable for
any camera--digital or 35mm. Guests
can bring their own photographs for
critique if you like. Admission is $3 per
person or $4 per vehicle (up to 8
people). For more information, call
850-487-4556.
Saturday, July 12
WFSU Kid's Club is bringing a PBS
cartoon star to Tallahassee. Come get
your picture taken with Curious
George, create crafts, enjoy fun
activities and spin the WFSU Prize
Wheel. Join the excitement at Fun
Station from 10 a.m. to noon. For
more information or to join the WFSU
Kid's Club, call 850-487-3170 ext. 359
or go online to www.wfsu.org.

FESTIVALS

Friday, July 4
Steinhatchee celebrates the Fourth of
July! The community is invited to join in
the fun at Steinhatchee Park and
Community Center for the annual
Fourth of July Celebration sponsored
by the Steinhatchee Community
Projects Board, Inc. Festivities will
begin at 6 p.m. with music, food, red,
white and blue banana splits, games
for the kids and a good time for all


FESTIVALS ;
Fireworks will light up the river at dusk.
SRemember the Steinhatchee Bridge
will be closed directly before, during
and a short time after the fireworks.
Saturday, July 5
The Scallop Swing returns to Hodges
Park in Keaton Beach. Sponsored by
the Taylor Coastal Communities
Association, the third annual Scallop
Swing will run from 5 until 10 p.m.
Planned events include music, a
scallop and fish cook-off, dunking
booth, a men's and women's "best
legs" contests, a flip-flop decorating
contest, a live auction and a beach
dance.
Monday, July 14
In conjunction with Timberland Ford
and the Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce, Ford Motor Company is
celebrating the 100th anniversary of
the Ford Model T. Car owners from
throughout Florida will gather
downtown Perry from 6-8 p.m. for a
community celebration of the "Tin
Lizzie" on their way to Richmond, Ind.,
for the largest gathering of Model Ts
since they left the factory. The night will
feature a display of vehicles past and
present-showcasing the innovation
that marked Ford then and now.
If you would like your event
listed, contact us at 850-584-5523.


The Tallahassee-Leon County
Civic Center has announced the
line-up for the 2008-09 season of
the Tallahassee Broadway Series.
From classics to newer musicals,
the five productions that make up
the upcoming season run the
gamut of what Broadway has to
offer.
Season tickets are now on sale at
the civic center box office.
Season tickets are $304.50 for
orchestra level, $268.50 for club
level and $208.50 for balcony
seats.
Individual production tickets,
which go on sale Friday, Sept. 5,
are $50.75, $44.75 and $34.75.
For a brochure, more
information or to purchase tickets
online, visit www.tlccc.org.
Tickets may also be purchased by
phone by calling 800-322-3602.


Oliver
OCTOBER 26, 2008 (7:30 p.m.)
"Consider Yourself" enchanted
by "Oliver." Hailed the world over
as one of the best-loved family
musicals` of all time, "Oliver"
brings to the stage some of Charles
Dickens' most unforgettable
characters along with one of
Broadway's most memorable
scores. Hits such as "Consider
Yourself At Home," "Food,
Glorious Food" and "Where is
Love" surround this tale of the
young orphan Oliver Twist in this
all new production of Lionel Bart's
magical musical.


The MUST-SEE Musical of the Season!

The Pajama Game
NOVEMBER 19,2008 (7:30 p.m.)
The must-see musical of the
season! Bright and funny, this fast-
paced, frisky tale is "theatre at its
very best" with a sparkling, all-
new production of the Tony Award
winning, Broadway smash hit
"The Pajama Game." A feisty
employee representative has found
her match in the pajama shop
superintendent and when the two
get together, they wind up




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discussing a whole lot more than
job actions. The high-energy score
by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross
brims with popular hits and
musical theatre standards such as
"Hey There," "Steam Heat" and the
hilarious "Hernando's Hideaway."


Dirty Rotten

Scoundrels
DECEMBER 8,22008 (7:30 p.m.)
Nominated for 11 Tony Awards
including Best Musical, with a
score by David Yazbek and book
by Jeffrey Lane, "Dirty Rotten
Scoundrels," based on the
blockbuster film, is a "scamming,
scheming, double crossing
Broadway smash." Set on the
glamorous Riviera, "Dirty Rotten
Scoundrels" is a "laugh-a-minute
musical (San Diego Union-
Tribune) that follows two con
artists as they take on the lifestyles
of the rich and shameless--and
end up with more than they bargain
for.


The Drowsy
Chaperone
JANUARY 26,2009 (7:30 p.m.)
Get ready to be transported to a
magical, wonderful world.
Welcome to "The Drowsy
Chaperone," the new musical
comedy that is swooping into town
with tons of laughs and the most
2006 Tony Awards of any musical
on Broadway. It all begins when a
die-hard musical fan plays his
favorite cast album, a 1928 smash
hit called "The Drowsy
Chaperone," and the show
magically bursts to life. The
audience is immersed in the
glamorous, hilarious tale of a
celebrity bride and her uproarious
wedding day, complete with thrills
and surprises that take both the
cast (literally) and the audience
(metaphorically) soaring into the
rafters.


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The 25th annual
Putnam County
Spelling Bee
MARCH 5,2009 (7:30 p.m.)
In the Tony-Award winning new
musical comedy "The 25th annual
Putnam County Spelling Bee," six
young people in the throes of
puberty, overseen by grown-ups
who barely managed to escape
childhood themselves, learn that
winning isn't everything and that
losing doesn't necessarily make
you a loser. "Spelling Bee" has
been hailed by the Wall Street
Journal as "perfect in every
possible way--that rarity of rarities,
a super-smart musical that is also a
bona fide crowd pleaser." This
tuneful, offbeat and at times
heartwarming show offers
audience members the opportunity
(strictly voluntary) to become part
of the action as on-stage spellers.
The New York Times calls
"Spelling Bee," "irresistible,
riotously funny and remarkably
ingenious--gold stars all around."





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Wizard of Oz
APRIL 27,2009 (7:30 p.m.)
There truly is no place like home
as the greatest family musical of
all time, the wonderful "Wizard of
Oz." twists its way into
Tallahassee. The entire family will
be captivated as they travel down
the.Yellow Brick Road and beyond
with Dorothy, Toto and their
friends the Cowardly Lion, Tin
Man and Scarecrow in this lavish
production, featuring breathtaking
special effects, dazzling
choreography and classic songs. A
spectacular celebration of the
iconic 1939 MGM film, "The
Wizard of Oz" will blow the
audience away from the moment
the tornado touches down and
transports Dorothy to a dazzling
art deco Oz. complete with
munchkins and flying monkeys.

The Tallahassee Broadway Series
is co-sponsored by the Tallahassee
Democrat and WCTV.


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B-4 Perry News-Herald June 27-28, 2008


Walters family
reunion
The annual Walters family
reunion will be held
Saturday, June 28, at Forest
Capital State Park, starting
at 11 a.m. A covered dish
luncheon will begin at
12:30 p.m., followed by an
auction at 1:30 p.m.
Everyone is invited to
bring a covered dish,
beverage, lawn chair and
something for the auction
(optional). Plates, cups,
forks, napkins and ice will
be provided.
Family and friends are
also encouraged to share old
photos and updated family
information (births,
marriages, etc.).
Shown here is the
grandson of Mose Walters,
Richard Leggett. With him is
his wife Grace and their
children Richiedean (Holt),
Ronald and Marie (Teal).


Hundreds gather for 'Greatest



Generation' TaCo High reunion


By RAY EVANS
The reunion of Taylor County
High School classmates from the
1930s and 1940s, which was held
at the Elk's Club June 7, seemed to
have been enjoyed greatly by
almost everyone who attended.
The Class of 1948 hosted the
gathering, and the oldest class
represented was that from 1932,
with Sarah Helen Hendry Steen
being its only representative.
Planning for the event began late
in 2007." Marilyn NeSmith
Jackson, who came up with the
idea for the unique gathering, met
with representatives of the various
classes and they began the task of
searching for former classmates.
Those classmates who completed
school in the 1930s were
especially difficult to locate.
Hundreds of letters and telephone
calls resulted in the gradual
formation of up-to-date class
rosters. Detailed plans were
formulated during several 'other
meetings earlier in 2008. The
location and date for the party was
established, and invitation letters
sent.
Friends began arriving slowly at
first, then flooded into the
reception hall. Many canes and
walkers were in evidence, and a
few wheelchairs. Many came with
great difficulty, -wanting to
participate in a once-in-a-lifetime
event. Squeals of delight and
shouted greetings rang out as old,
familiar faces were sighted after "
many years of separation.
True "oldies" tunes were played
throughout the reunion by
keyboardist Olison Wheeler, and it'
seemed that almost everyone's


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favorite tune was heard. The Elks'
Club was packed to capacity, and


TCHS alumni shared their
"old, old" high school.


Members of the Veterans
Memorial Park Committee and


memories of school days at the


285 delicious meals, featuring rib their spouses were honored guests,
roast and grouper, were served. In in recognition of their contribution
the beginning, the organizers were to the community. Longtime
hoping to have 100 to 150 teacher Catharin Norman was
attendees. recognized and several former


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If an article is attractive,
or useful, or inexpensive,
they'll stop making it
tomorrow; if it's all three,
they stopped making it
yesterday.
--Mignon McLaughlin

How is it that our memory
is good enough to retain
the least triviality that
happens to us, and yet not
good enough to recollect
how often we have told it
to the same person?
--Francois Duc de La
Rochefoucauld

An unwatched pot boils
immediately.
--H.F. Ellis


students requested pictures of her
and with her.
A beautiful orchid plant was
presented to chief organizer
Marilyn NeSmith Jackson by the
class representatives. A plaque
with a picture of the old high
school and an inscription
expressing appreciation for her
part in motivating others to make
,the reunion happen was also
presented to her.
At 2 p.m. the doors were opened
to anyone in the community who
wished to come and greet old
friends, and several appeared for
that purpose. Unfortunately, by
that time most of the attendees had
departed, some having exceeded
the limits of' their partying
capabilities. As one was heard to
say, "When you're in your eighties
or nineties, it doesn't take long to
have a good time."
Although they were weary, it
was evident that most of them had
a very satisfying meeting with
their friends, realizing that they are
unlikely to ever have another
gathering like this one.


notable

quotes


The odds of going to the
store for a loaf of bread
and coming out with only
a loaf of bread are three
billion to one.
--Erma Bombeck

A bargain is something you
can't use at a price you
can't resist.
--Franklin P. Jones

Everything is funny as long
as it is happening to
somebody else.
--Will Rogers

Never do anything that
you wouldn't want to
explain to the paramedics.
--Author Unknown


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Editor's Note: The fourth 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." The book was first
published in 1975.
Henrietta Towles Hendry Weaver
19854-1933
Henrietta Towles was a member of one of the early families to settle
in Taylor County. She married into two other important early families
of this area. First, she was married to
. Senator John Wright Hendry and they
were the parents of John T. Hendry
S(father of Dr. Wilson T. Hendry) and
William Thomas and James Robert, both
of whom died very young.
," Secondly, she was married to Dan F.
*Weaver and their children were: Ada
(Austin), Theresa, Pasco, Alberta
(Harrell) and Barney.
Most of her life with the Weaver family
S~was spent in Lafayette County. Ada
.' Austin's husband was an engineer on the
""LOP&G and others of her children
Became prosperous farmers in Suwannee
Henrietta Towles County. Thus she made a very good
Hendry Weaver impact upon the history of three counties.
G.F. Livingtston and Olif L. Stanaland Livingston
1879-1931, 1882-1934
George Fletcher "Bunk" Livingston was an early settler of the
Salem area and he married Olif Lucresy Stanaland, a member of
another pioneer family. They were parents
of: Josephine (Chester), William S. "Bill,"
Mattie Frances (Parker), Mary Virginia
(Hendry) and David Richard. "
He was a commercial fisherman,
employee of Brooks-Scanlon and, in late ""
life, a schoolbus driver. The latter position
was a matter of dedication to the ideal of
assuring the best advantages of the children ,.
involved. The pay was meager. 4
He was characterized by industry and
dedication to what was good for the
community. His offspring attest to his '
success. Mr. and Mrs. G.E Livingston
John D. Poppell
1886-1964
John Poppell was a native of Taylor County, the son of Barton Pope
Poppell. He married Mis Mary Rowell who came from another highly
respected family. Their children were: Susie (Porter), J. Pope, Janie
(Mathis), Aulton, Elizabeth (Oberto), Lydia (Lynn), John D. Jr.,
Mason, Edna (Roynan) and Lou Ellen
(Parker)..
He xas a farmer and stockman and
lived for many years in the Flat Creek
area. Later he established his home near
k. Foley. He was deeply committed to
.. providing his children with the
opportunity for attending school
wherever he lived. He was a member of
S ". ", the Primitive Baptist Church (Shiloh) and
he lived strictly in accord with the tenets
John D. Poppell of that faith.
J.H. Simmons
1878-1961
John H. Simmons was a native of Taylor County and he married
firstly, Cleopatria Hendry (daughter of James M. Henry). Their
children were: Kizalu, Naomi and Cleo. He married, secondly, Velma
J. Williams (daughter of Robert L. Williams) and their children were:
Robbie, Hugh, Minerva, Mertie, Delbert, Rastus, James and Herman.
He was a successful fanner, first in the Flat
Creek area of Taylor County and later in the .
southern edge of Madison County, near v .
Shady Grove. In his young days he did ,
work as a printer in the Perry Neyvs-
Herald and moonlighted as a night operator
for Gulf Telephone Company. He was a
loyal member of the New Macedonia
Baptist Church in Madison County. His
virtues of honesty and kindness illumine the J.H. Simmons
lives of his many descendants.
J.B. O'Steen
1889-1970
James Berry O'Steen was a native of Taylor County and he married
(1) Florence Delilah Simmons. They were the parents of Joyce A.,
Rufus, Isabel (McLeod), Minnie Lee (Tharpe), Lessie Vee (Byrd) and
Leonce (King). He married, secondly, Alberta Powell and, thirdly,
Mattie Roberts Newell.
He rendered service as a law
enforcement officer, serving as a deputy
sheriff and as a marks and brands
'-.- inspector. He was a logging contractor for
many years--with Carbur Logging
Company at Carbur and later with Lee
Tidewater Company in the Everglades.
He is remembered primarily, however, as
a cattleman. His ownership and range was
extensive. In all his endeavors, he has left
J.B. O'Steen an impact for honesty and integrity.
W.O. Newman
1876-1956
Willim Oscar Newman was a native of Madison County but
changed over into Taylor County when he was quite young. He
married Miss Clifford Viola .Wood, a member of another early family
that settled in the lower part of Taylor County. Their children were:
Esther (Liginston), Elmer, Babe (Corbin), Elzie, Minnie (Davis) and
Willie Mae (Russell). The Newman family
lived on the old Florida Railroad at Asco
which was near Keane, stations southwest of
Fenholloway. He was a farmer and ii
cattleman and this was a good area for both. .
During the time of the Lindsey turpentine .


industry and later Brooks-Scanlon's logging,
business, this was a busy section of the
county. But mosly for the necessity for
better schools, he moved to the Carbur area.
Elzie Newman still lives on the location W.O. Newman
chosen. He worked in his later years with Brooks-Scanlon in the
forestry division. He continues to bless mankind through the lives of
his descendants: teacher, lawyer, nurse, etc.


Family reunion season is here and we invite coordinators to
contact our office with family histories and photos they would
like to share in announcing upcoming events. Please call (850)
584-5513 for more information; photos (jpeg format) may also be
sent via e-mail to newsdesk@perrynewspapers.com.


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B-6 Perry News-Herald June 27-28, 2008


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AUCTION HOUSE OF MADISON will be
having an auction this Saturday, June 28,
at 6:30. 1693 SW Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360)
Madison, Florida (850) 973-2959.
MASTERCARD, VISA AND DEBIT
CARDS, HEATED / AC-COMFY SEATS.
From Perry: Take RT 221 North to CR 360
(SW Mosley Hall Rd) Turn Right, go about
8 miles on the right. AU691-COL. RON
COX AB2490.
6/25-6/27PS


Giant moving sale. Everything must
go! Saturday, 7 a.m until. 3500 Cash
Road.
6/27
Moving Sale Saturday, June 28, 8:00
a.m.- until. 2845 W. Page Rd. adult and
kids clothing, toys, kitchenware, household
items and- decor. Lots of stuff. Also, bed
$150, like new queen-size mattress set
$450, 4-drawer chest and dresser w/mirror
both for $200, bunk bed $80, washer $50,
computer desk $10, dining room table w/4
chairs $150, microwave $10, small boat w/
trailer $150. Inquiries for larger items may
call.before Saturday 838-5709.
Taylor Storage Center, South 19, Friday &
Saturday, 8 a.m. 2:30. Dog clothes and
much more.
6/25-6/27
2-Family Yard Sale Saturday, June 28, 8
a.m. 12 noon. Hwy. 27 East on Dorman
Peacock Rd. Just before Foley Cutoff 2nd
house on, left. Men's, women's, girls &
boys name brand clothes. Name brand
Maternity clothes, crib, baby girl clothes,
shoes, purses, toy Pox, toys, 1998 KX125
dirtbike needs brakes runs great. Fast bike
$1,000. To much to list came and see.
6/27
Garage Sale Friday & Saturday 4556
Turner Rd. South of Red Padgett Rd. Lots
of baby items and clothes.
6/27
Yard Sale Saturday Only. 102 Miller Rd.
(Off Plantation) 7 a.m. to whenever. Toys,
furniture, misc.
6/27
Yard Sale Saturday from 9 a.m. 1 p.m.
Ladies plus size clothes, furniture, ladies
shoes size 8 to 9 and books. 109 Grove
Ave.
6/27
Yard Sale Saturday 102 Miller Dr. (off
Plantation) 7 a.m.
101 Bird Street. Saturday 8 a.m .- 1 p.m.
Boats, fishing gear, clothes, shoes,
accessories.
6/27
Yard Sale 1113 W. Main St. Bass guitar,
cookbooks, women's shoes size 7-8 1/2,
housewares, marine GPS, small furniture
items, paint ball stuff, DVD's, maternity
clothes, everything must go, Saturday 8
a.m. -1 p.m.
6/27
Yard Sale Saturday Only 8 a.m. until,
New clothing with tags Most everything
$2.00 and under Books, all kinds of
goodie's. 600 W. Wilcox Street Corner of
Wilder'& Wilcox.
6/27
"ard Sale Rain or Shine! (The Big One)
Multi-Family, Saturday, June 28. Furniture,
electric wheelchair, housewares, bedding,
clothes, shoes, TV's and much more. 610
Plantation Rd. 8 a.m. until.
6/27
Yard Sale Saturday, 9 a.m. until, at
"Sisters" Corner of Washinoton and Green
St.
6/27


Every Saturday until stuff is gone. Cheap
Everything Must Go! New items added
every week. Down Johnson Stripling, left
on Sam Poppell Rd, continue on dirt rd
after pavement ends. (3 trailers on right)


Office Furniture U Shaped Cherry
Reception Desk, top storage, 2 File
Drawers, like new $475.00 Sauder
Executive Cherry Desk like new $300.00.
Matching Cherry Hutch, Credenza w/glass
doors & light, & bookcase $400,00. Office
Moving could work out a bulk price. Also
have chairs, misc, Call Debby 850-223-
1849 or 386-590-0848
6/25tfS&S

Baldwin Piano excellent condition. $1,000,
Call 584-9035.
6/20-7/4MLC

Baldwin Piano model 421 B. Call 584-2789
after 7 p.m.
6/27

A NEW Queen Orthopedic Pillowtop
mattress set in sealed plastic. Full
warranty. Sacrifice $279. Can deliver 850-
222-7783
6/27GCN3
Fdr Sale: power chair Jazzy 1103 Ultra
with numerous accessories. Candy Apple
Red. 3 yrs. old but never used. Cost
$7,074. Sell $2,500. 850-584-6526 or 838-
7327.








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BED-KING PILLOWTOP Orthopedic
Mattress Set. Brand new in plastic. Must
move, $449. 545-7112.
6/27GCN3
BEDROOM SET: New SOLID WOOD. 5
pc. set still boxed, $499, can deliver. 222-
7783.
6/27GCN3
Canopy Bed Brand New in box, $125
222-9879,
6/27GCN3
DINNING ROOM Beautiful cherry table, 6
chairs, lighted china cabinet. Brand new in
boxes, can deliver. Must move, $799. 222-
9879.
6/27GCN3
FULL mattress set. $125. TWIN mattress
set. $100, BOTH NEW. 545-7112 Delivery
avail.
'6/27GCN3
For Sale Cash Register, Sharp XE-A2t15
2007 model $150 O.B.O. Call 584-5236.
'6/20-6/27
Three New Low Boy Waters never used. 2-
30 gal @$150 each and 1-40 gal @ $175;
Solid H.D. Dining table and chairs $75; 1
glass top table made from old door $125.
Two dog crates med. size $25 each, Call
584-4879.
6/18-6/27

Tanning bed for sale good condition.
$1,000. O.B.O. 850-371-2321.
6/11-6/27
Semi-Elect. Hospital Bed with trapeze bar.
Cost $1850. Sell $800 (850)584-6526 or
838-7327.
6/11-6/27



Lost Black Lab in Leisure Retreats
Saturday, June 21. Answers to name
"Hercules." Large Head with a white spot
on his chest and back paw. Wearing a
silver choker. If found PLEASE call Cheryl
850-578-2713 Reward.
6/25-6/27




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and wormed. $100 850-838-6981.
6/6-6/27
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home. Call 584-7928.
6/25-6/27
Miniature Daschund puppy Male. 7
weeks. Black & tan soft coat wire-haired
(long hair with beard) adorable. Wormed &
shots. $250. Call 584-4455.
6/25-6/27
For Sale CKC Pekinese puppies. Small
and cute. "Beautiful" 850-578-2573. 3
boys. $400. 7 weeks old.
6/25-6/27
Dachshund puppy for sale. 6 months old.
Call 584-3551.
6/20-7/2

AKC registered Chihuahua puppies $250,
very cute. Call 584-8618.
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Adult weights 3.5 to 5.5 pounds. Booking
now, only 3 left. 584-9882 or 843-2155.
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12/5tfWO

Taking applications for Rentals 2BR/2B
Mobile Homes set up in Everetts Mobile
Home Park. One rental $400 and one
rental $480. Both require $300 deposit and
1 months rent water, sewer and garbage
included. No phone calls absolutely -
Apply in person only. Monday through
Wednesday 9 a.m. 5 p.m. References
required. Ask for Ms. Betty.
6/18tfEMP

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

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

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come all!

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I asking applications for Rental Available
July 1, 2008, 3 BR/2 Bth Triple wide.
located,at 1120 Buckeye Nursery Road
$300 deposit and $695. monthly rent. Must
apply in person'to Perry Repo Outlet
Monday through Wednesday Ask for Ms.
Betty. References required. No phone
calls.
6/20tfEMH
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

OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE
205 S. Washington St. 760 sq. ft.
115-A Drew Street 1160 sq. ft.
Central heat and air, H/C Restfoom. Call
850971-2811 or 850-838-5660.
5/30tfHR

House for Rent
2BR/1B brick home, new bath, large
master BR, kitchen equipped (range,
refrigerator, dishwasher), utility room,
central heat and air, car port, and. lots of
closet and storage space, including
detached shed. Fenced back yard.
Across street from high school. $600/mo.
plus $600 deposit. Call 850 877-3586.
6/18-7/4

For Rent 2 bd/1i bth, 207 Sth. Hirley St.
$590 mth + $590 deposit. Call 843-8524
for more information.
6/20-7/16LS




3/2 Brick on 2 acres, 15'x25' family Rm.
w/fireplace, formal L/R, 17x24 screened in
back porch. Reduced to $165,000 (850)
584-6256 or 838-7327
6/11-6/27
Beautiful 1.58 acres of land, cleared with
some mature trees. Only $21,9141!
Allows MH's. Gorgeous horses across
street! Springhill rd. 850-295-0099
6/1 tflH
Land for sale, 221 North Between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
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Real Western Red Cedar log sided homes
starting @ $58,995 Call Prestige Home
Centers 352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-2492.
6/25tfPH
Too many kids and not enough rooms?
We have 4 bedrooms starting @ $51,995!!!
Call Prestige Home Centers 352-493-2492
or 1-800-477-2492.
6/25tfPH
Looking for your first home? With
payments starting at $150 and with
excellent financing opportunities, what are
you waiting for? Call Prestige Home
Centers 352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-2492.
6/25tfPH
NO DOWN PAYMENT for land owners
(even if you still owe money on your
property!) Call Prestige Home Centers
352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-2492.
6/25tfPH
$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
Trade-ins welcome, no down payment for
land owners! Call Prestige Home Centers
352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-2492.
6/25tfPH
New or Used Mobile Homes with No
'money down for Land Owners. .Call
Prestige Home Centers 1-800-477-2492.-
12/12PH
We Love Trade-In's... We are out of used
Homes dnce again...bring this ad along
with your title to receive top dollar on your
trade, Call 838-9090.
6/4tflH
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










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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!
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Advent Christian Village
Current JOBS Line Advertisement
call 658-5627 or visit 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
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LPN
PT; Unrestricted Florida license required,
Prior home health experience a plus. Must
have a valid 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 on-site daycare and 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 checks
required.
6/18-6/27ACV

Heavy Equipment Operator needed at
Smurfit Stone Container Corporation. Job
description includes assisting mill
operators in repairs and cleanup. Load and
unload trucks and be required to move
loaded trailers. Must be dependable and
put Safety first, Team oriented. Must have
a High School education and two years
experience operating heavy equipment.
Will be required to work safe, $9-$9.50
her., 40 -50 hrs weekly, benefits.
Applicants can apply by going to Smurfit-
stone.com. Equal Employment
Opportunity, Drug Screen, Pre-
Employment Physical and background
check req'd.
6/25-7/18

DRIVERS:
TIME'S WASTING
TT/OTR Drivers Needed!
Great Staring Pay & Assigned Trucks
Paid Orientation & Vacation
EXCELLENT BENEFIT PACKAGE
Class "A" CDL Required
1-800-362-0159
www.lctjobs.com
LCT Transportation Services
6/27

SEMI RETIRED person for Inspections
$200-$300 per week. PT in Taylor,
Lafayette and Dixie. Fax Resume to 1-352-
799-1225.
6/27-7/4

Industrial Sales Consultant opportunity,
great match for sales entrepreneur or sales
representative. Belzona is the leader in
Industrial Epoxy solutions for industry.
The area of primary responsibility is Perry,
fl. and the surrounding area. Visit our web
site: www.Belzona.com and email a
resume to BelzonaNFL@aol.com, fax 850-
934-2709
6/27-8/1

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Bored, out of work? Tired of sitting at
home? 18-24 girls/guys TRAVEL coast to
coast. Earn $300-$800 wk. Don't Miss Out.
Call now 1-800-701-1442.
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6/25-6/27

TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Call in Roll Off Site Attendant $6.88 hr.
Job descriptions and applications can be
obtained from www.taylorcontyvov.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.
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*Must be 18 yrs. or older


SERVIC-


Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation
Commission, Fish & Wildlife Technician
pending vacancy for Big Bend WMA has
been posted within People First. For more
details or to submit an application go to
the following web link.
http://iobs.myflorida.com/viewiob.html?refn
ode=1040549
Only electronic applications completed
through People First are being accepted
for this pending vacancy (i.e., no hardcopy
applications are being accepted). The last
day to submit applications will be July 11,
2008.
'If you have questions or want more details
concerning this position call Dan
McDonald (x104) or David Nicholson
(x101) at 850-838-9027.
FWC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action/ADA Employer. If you require an
accommodation to participate in the
application/selection process, please
contact the hiring authority.
Certain veterans and spouses of veterans
receive preference in employment by the
state as provided by Chapter 295, Florida
Statutes, and are encouraged to apply.
6/18-7/9

Positions open at Dockins Broadcast
Group in Perry (WPRY/WSFD-TV) Part
Time or Full Time available in Advertising
sales. Also part time video editing and
camera operations. Submit resumes to
Dockins Broadcast Group, 2001 South
Jefferson, Perry.
6/18DC

Data Entry Operator preferred experience
in all Microsoft programs. 20 hr's. per
week. $7.15 per hour. Call 584-4924 or
submit application to: Taylor Senior
Citizens Center; Attn.: Lorien Stewart; 800
West Ash St. Perry, Fl32347.
6/13tf TSCC

Experienced A/C & Refrigeration Service
Technicians and Installers with a valid
driver's license. Apply in person at
Advanced Refrigeration 520 W. Hampton
Springs Ave or call 850-584-3626.
6/20tfAR
No Recession Here. We have plenty of
jobs available. Looking for a new career in
the Financial Services Industry? Great
Pay, Great bonuses and work your own
schedule! For an interview, call Mr. Parker
@ 223-1266, code 0028.
6/20-6/25
CLERK NEEDED: Sea Hag Marina in
Steinhatchee is seeking to hire a self-
motivated individual with a passion for
people. Must posses excellent phone
skills, be able to multi-task and be willing
to submit to drug testing as well as work
weekends. Apply in person at 322
Riverside Drive.
4/23tfSHM

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:
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03 Alero Olds 4 DR $3800.
99 Ford F250 LWB/Auto, A/C $4100,
98 Ford Explorer Sport $3500.
Larry's Towing and Used Cars 838-0139.
6/25tfLT

1998 Camaro Z28; 4 spd., auto, w/LSI
Engine, black Tun Int. T-Top, cold A/C
$7300. 584-7722 or 843-2196.
6/27-7/2

2002 Mitsubishi Montero Sport, white on
gray, all power, 74,000 miles, "Great Gas
Mileage" Asking $8,500 O.B.O. (850)371-
2399 or (850)578-2407 Code: 6945
6/27-7/2

2000 Infiniti 130 White on Tan in Great
Shape, Loaded with Bose sound system,
98,000 miles asking $7,500. O.B.O. -
(850)371-2399 or (850)578-2407 Code:
6945.
6/27-7/2


2001 Honda Shadow VIX 600 17,000
Garage kept. $2,500 Derrick Howard. Call
843-2486
6/18-6/27

2005 Harley Davidson Heritage soft tail.
Excellent condition. Many extra's $15,000.
Call 352-356-1771 or 352-498-2826.
6/18-6/27
Airboat trailer. New torsion Axle, xtra wide
$200. Call 578-2519.


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


Consignment and Linen Rental

Business For Sale by Sealed Bids

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S 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, Fl 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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J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps, Call today 838-1280,
Firewood for sale.
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HAVING COMPUTER PROBLEMS?
ACE Computer consulting can help
Computer tune-ups, cleaning,
virusesospyware removal and morel WILL
BEAT ANY LOCAL. PRICE ON
COMPUTER SERVICES! Call James at
(850)843-5000 or email
perry.florida@hotmail.com
6/27-7/2

Do you need home health/ Companion
care in Perry? Trained, flexible, good with
pets 584-6880.
6/27-7/9


TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours

~ Tile Floors ~ -
Pet Odors -


584-CLEAN
(584-2532)

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

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.






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Licensed ~ Insured
Residential ~ Commercial
FREE ESTIMATES
James Payne
850-223-1099
386-804-7716

FLOORING
Will Beat all prices. Carpet, Vynal and
Repairs. Senior Citizens discount. 850-
838-9050 if no answer please leave
message.
6/20tfBR

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


Water/Sewer Hook-Ups Available
Complete Set-Up Service & Anchoring,
Dirt Pads & Tree Service

Tear Down & Removal, Releveling,
Installation of New Windows & Doors,
Roofs, Skirting & Vinyl Siding.
Ucensed, insured & Bonded
Call Mark Moneyhan 584-6397
or Steve McKinney 838-0676

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

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

Mechanical removal of weeds and floater
on ponds and canals. 850-973-3025.
6/11-7/4

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

Classifieds Work!

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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 #7 Roof System
Bid Package #8 Glass and Glazing
Bid Package #9A Painting, Sealants &
Waterproofing
Bid Package #9B Acoustical Ceilings
Bid Package #9C Metal Framing,
Drywall & EIFS
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 Construction
Manager's office located at 625 W.
Gaines St., Tallahassee, FL 32304
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 Don Home at (850) 528-6560
for all questions regarding all questions.
6/4, 6, 11, 13, 18,20, 25,277/2,

NOTICE OF PROCEDURES FOR THE
CLOSING OF STREETS, THOROUGHFARES
AND ALLEYS
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
You will take notice that the Board of
County Commissioners of Taylor County,
Florida, upon the petition of certain of
the adjacent laridowners to hereinafter
described property, will at 6:10 p.m. on
the 7th day of July, 2008 at the Taylor
County Administrative Complex, Old
I Post Office, 201 East Green Street, in
Perry, Florida, consider and determine
whether the County will vacate,
abandon, close and will renounce and
disclaim any and all right of the County
and public in and to all street,
thoroughfares and alleys which run over,
upon or through the following described
lots, blocks, pieces or parcels of land,
lying and being In Taylor County, Florida,
and described as follows:
Commence at the Northwest corner
.of the Southeast quarter of the Southeast
quarter of Section 27, Township 4 South,
Range 8 East. Taylor County, Florida as
the Point of Beginning; Thence from said
Point of Beginning run north 90 degrees,
00 minutes, 00 seconds east, along the
forth tine and the northerly right of way
line of a county maintained roadway
(Stephens Baxter Road), 575.40 feet to
the end of said right of way; Thence run
south 0 degrees, 16 minutes, 31
seconds east, 30.0 feet to the southerly
right of way of said roadway; Thence
run south 90 degrees, 00 minutes, 00
seconds west, along said southerly right
of way, 575.36 feet; Thence run north 0
degrees 21 minutes, 45 seconds west,
30.0 feet to the point of beginning, said
parcel contains 0.396 acres more or
less and Is located in the Southeast
quarter of the Southeast quarter of
Section 27, Township 4 south, Range 8"
east, Taylor County, Florida.
A copy of the petition is available
the public at the Planning Department of
Taylor County during regular business
hours
.'Notice Is also given pursuant to Florida
Statute 286.105, that any persons
deciding to appeal any matter
considered at this pubic hearing will
need a record of the meeting and may
need to ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made, which
record Includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal Is to
be based.
This hearing may be continued from
time to time as may be necessary.
This Notice shall be mailed to
property owners within 500 feet of the
property directly affected and whose
address Is known by reference to the
latest approved ad valorem tax roll.
Dated this 20th day of June, 2008
6/2,0, 6/27

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING AN AMENDMENT TO THE
CITY OF PERRY LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD
OF THE CITY OF PERRY, FLORIDA, SERVING
ALSO AS THE LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY
OF THE CITY OF PERRY, FLORIDA, NOTICE
IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to
Sections 163.3161 through 163.3215,
Florida Statutes, as amended, and the
City. of Perry Land Development
Regulations, as amended, hereinafter
referred to as the Land Development
Regulations, objections,
recommendations and comments
concerning the amendment, as
described below, will be heard by the
Planning an(t Zoning Board of the City of
Perry, Florida, serving also as the Local
Planning Agency of the City of Perry,
Florida, at a public hearing on July 7,
2008 at 6:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter
Sas the.matter can be heard, In the City
Council Meeting Room, City Hall
located at 224 South Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida,
Z 08-003. an application by Mohammed
Meah, as agent,for Abdul Latif Meah, to
amend the Official Zoning Atlas of the
Land Development Regulations by
changing the zoning district from
RESIDENTIAL, (CONVENTIONAL) SINGLE
FAMILY-I (RSF-1) to COMMERCIAL,
.NEIGHBORHOOD (CN) for property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Sectlon 24,
Township 4 South, Range 7 East, Taylor
SCounty, Florida. Being more particularly


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described, as follows: Lots 9, 10, and 11
of Block 3 of the Quinndale Subdivision,
as recorded in the Public Records of
Taylor County, Florida, and all that
portion of land bounded by the North
by centerline of Pimple Creek, on the
East by the extension of the line
between Lots 11 and 12 of said Block 3
with a bearing of North 1652'03" West
97.46 feet from the Northwest corner of
Lot 12 of Block.3 to the centerline of
Pimple Creek, and on the South by the
North line of Lots 9, 10 and 11 of said
Block 3, and on the West by the
Westerly right-of-way line of Quincy
Street.
Containing 0.71 acre, more or less.
AND
A parcel of land lying within Section 24,
Township 4 South, Range 7 East, Taylor
County, Florida. Being more particularly
described, as follows: Commence at
the Northwest corner of Lot 12 of Block 3
of the Quinndale Subdivision, as
recorded In the Public Records of Taylor
County, Florida; thence North 1652'03"
West, parallel to the Westerly boundary
line of said Lot 12, a distance of 97.46
feet to the center line of Pimple Creek;
thence North 6021'56" East, along Pimple
Creek 133.68 feet to the Westerly right-
of-way line of Jefferson Street; thence
South 1650'38" East, along the Westerly
right-of-way line of Jefferson Street 98.10
feet; thence continue along the
Westerly right-of-way line of Jefferson
Street North 7309'52" East 17.50 feet;
thence Southeasterly, along the
Westerly right-of-way line of Jefferson
Street, along the arc of a 1,113.42 foot
radius curve, concaved to the
Southwest, thru a central angle of
0621'24" and an arc distance of 123.53
feetto to the intersection of the Northerly
boundary line of Lot 14, of said Block 3;
thence Northwesterly, along Lot 14 of
said Block 3, along the arc of a 109.13
foot radius curve, concaved to the
Southwest, thru a central angle of
3227'38" and an arc distance of 61.82
feet to the Northeasterly corner of Lot 13
of sold Block 3; thence Westerly, along
the Northerly boundary line of Lot 13 of
said Block 3, along arc of a 109.13 foot
radius curve, concaved to the South
thru a central angle of 3153'19", and an
arc distance of 60.73 feet to the
Northeast corner of Lot 12 of said Block
3; thence continue, along the North
boundary line of Lot 12 of said Block 3,
along the arc of a 663.01 foot radius
curve concave to the South, thru a
central angle of 0505'55" and an arc
distance of 59.00 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
Containing 0.43 acre, more or less.
All said lands containing 1.14 acre, more
or less.
The public hearing may be continued to
one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing shall
be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notice
concerning the matter will be published,
unless said continuation exceeds six
calendar weeks from the date of the
above referenced public hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to be
heard with respect tothe amendment.
Copies of 'the amendment are
available for public inspection at the
Office of the City Manager, City Hall
located at 224 South Jefferson Avenue,
Perry, Florida, during regular business
hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
'hearing, they will need a record of the
proceedings, and that for such purpose
they may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings is
made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.
6/27

NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE
BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF
CITY OF PERRY, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an
ordinance, which title hereinafter
appears, will be considered for
enactment by the City Council of City of
Perry, Florida, at a public hearing on July
8, 2008, at 6:30 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matter can be heard,
in the City Council Meeting Room, City
Hall, located at 224 South Jefferson
Street, Perry, Florida. Copies of said
ordinance may be Inspected by any
member of the public at the Office of
the City Manager, City Hall, located at
224 South Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida,
during regular business hours. On the
date, time and place first above
mentioned, all interested persons may
appear and be heard concerning the
ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 856
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PERRY,
FLORIDA, RELATING TO AMENDING THE
TEXT OF THE CITY OF PERRY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION, CPA 07-1, BY THE CITY
COUNCIL, AND IN RESPONSE TO AN
OBJECTIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS AND
COMMENTS REPORT PREPARED BY THE
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY
AFFAIRS, DATED MARCH 24, 2008, UNDER
THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 163.3161
THROUGH 163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES,
AS AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR ADDING A
PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES ELEMENT TO
THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AMENDING
THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL


COORDINATION ELEMENT OF THE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO ADD A POLICY
CONCERNING COORDINATION WITH THE
SCHOOL BOARD, AND AMENDING THE
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT ELEMENT OF THE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO ADD PUBLIC
SCHOOL FACILITIES LEVEL OF SERVICE
STANDARDS AND TO AMEND THE FIVE-
YEAR SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
.ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
The public hearing may be continued to
one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing shall
be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notice
concerning the matter will be published.
All persons are advised that, if fIsey
decide to appeal any decisions made
at the public hearing, they will need a
record of the proceedings and, for
such purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the -testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
6/27



In the Circuit Court In and For Taylor
County, Florida
Case No.: 08-074-CA
Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, Inc.,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
Ralph J, Carter, Krista L. Carter, IF Living
and if deceased, their unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors, and'all other parties claiming
by, through, under or against them;
Agency for Workforce Innovation
Unemployment Compensation
Program Benefit Payment Control
Section; Citizens Bank of Perry; John Doe
and Jane Doe and any other persons)
in possession of the subject real
property whose real names are
uncertain,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant to
an order or a final judgment of
foreclosure entered in the above-
captioned action, I will sell the property
situated in Taylor County, Florida,
described as:
All that portion of the N 1/2 of N 1/2 of the
N 1/2 of SE 1/4 lying and being West of
U.S. Highway No, 221, in Section 11,
Township 4 South, Range 7 East, Taylor
County, Florida.
ALSO,
All that portion of the S 1/2 of N 1/2 of the
N 1/2 of SE 1/4 lying and being West of
U.S. Highway No. 221, in Section 11,
Township 4 South, Range 7 East, Taylor
County, Florida.
LESS AND EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING
DESCRIBED LANDS, TO-WIT:
Commencing at the Northeast Corner
of the Southeast Quarter of Section 11,
Township 4 South, Range 7 East, thence
run West along the North line of said
Quarter 1457.56 feet to the point of
beginning; From said Point of Beginning,
thence run South parallel with the East
line of said Quarter 332.34 feet, thence
run West parallel with North line of said
.Quarter 131.07 feet, thence run North
parallel with the East boundary of said
Quarter 332.34 feet, thence run East
along North line of said Quarter 131.07
feet to the Point of Beginning. Said land
containing 1 acre, more or less, and
being located in Taylor Countyrilerida.
ALSO, LESS Commencing- at The-
Northeast corner of the Southeast
Quarter of Section 11, Township 4 South,
Range 7 East, thence run West along
the North line of said Quarter 1588.63
feet to a point of beginning; From said
Point of Beginning thence run South
parallel with the East line of said Quarter
332.34 feet, thence run West parallel
with the North line of said Quarter 131.07
feet, thence run North parallel with the
East line of said Quarter 332.34 feet,
thence run East along North line of said
Quarter 131.07 feet to the Point of
Beginning. Said land containing 1 acre,
more or less, and being located in
Taylor County, Florida.
Including the following Manufactured
Home:
2006 CMH Cumberland, 76x16, Serial
Number: WHCO15469GA. At public sale,
to the highest and best bidder for cash,
at the front entrance of the Taylor
County Courthouse, 108 North Jefferson
Street, Perry, Florida 32348 at 11 a.m. on
July 29, 2008. Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as of the
date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 19th day of June, 2008.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Court
By: Marti Lovalle
As Deputy Clerk
Schuyler, Stewart & Smith
Chad A. Dean, Esq.
118 West Adams St. #800
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Americans with Disabilities act (ADA)
Notice
Individuals with disabilities needing a
reasonable accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
contact the Court administrators office,
as soon as possible, If hearing impaired,
1-800-995-8771 (TDD); or 1-800-955-8770
(v) via Florida Relay Service.








B-8 Perry News-herald June 27-28, 2008


Registration begins July 14 for NFCC's fall term


Now is great tilme to s1irl
:thinking about Fall Term 2008 at
North Florida Communnity Collegec
(NFCC). Open registration begins
'Monday, Jul 14. \\ith late
registration Aug. 25-2 ).
Classes begin Monda, \tAu. 25.


NFCC's 2008 fall schedule
includes courses in everything
from biology to hunumanities and
computer applications to college
study skills as well as Career andM l
lTechllical education courses ill
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services, drafting, early childhood
education, public safety, building
construction and office ,. h I, l,,.
The schedule is available via the
Internel arl www.nfcc.edu, at local
libraries, on campus or by request
from NFCC admissions (850-973-


1622).
Academic advisors are available
to assist with tihe admissions
process. Contact al NI'CC advisor
at (850) 973-9-01) or (850) 973-


9-450 to schedule an appointment.
I or informali on ont
vocational/technical program-s,
contact Gail H lacklec at (850) 9730-
1(029 O)1 htd cklc.(rllitnlcc.edou.


NFCC's summer office hours are
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday
through Thursday; Monday
through Friday hours resume Aug.
19.


2009 theme will be Disney-


inspired 'Wish Upon a Cure'


RELAY FOR LIFE
Continued from page 1
returned to the track Saturday
morning."
She presented each member of
the event committee with at
certificate of appreciation and a
toy bunny.
; "I know you each have \\ worked
hard and done everything I've
asked you to do. You have run, run.
fun...much like the Energizer
bunny. Please notice that your
bunny is holding two neic\
batteries, so you can recharge.
Thank you for everything!" she
said.
. Co-Chair Sheri Moon then
presented Turnmire with an
gppr c.,.it'ii award and expressed
the event committee's gratitude
-for her outstanding leadership and
guidance."
-With some money still to be
received. Turnmire announced that


the total is more than $60,000.
"Although short of our goal, this is
still a significant amount of money
raised for the American Cancer
Society. We're in hard economic
times, and people did all they
could do under these stressful
circumstances. We are very
grateful to this community for
supporting our Relay event," stated
Turnmire.
Staff Partner Molly Wahl from
the Tallahassee office of the ACS
presented the Money Level
Awards. "These amounts of
money were turned in before the
Relay Event began. For $2,500-
$4.999. the bronze was earned by
the Taylor County High School
Key Club (France) and St. James
Episcopal Church. For $5,000-
$9,999, the silver was earned by
First Presbyterian Church and the
Barcelona Chairs (Spain). For
$10,000 and over, the gold was
earned by Evangel Christian


We're right around
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Turnmire announced that five
teams had already registered for
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representatives of those teams: St.
James Episcopal Church, Evangel
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Red Hats and Taylor County
Elementary School.
The event chair for 2009 will be
Sheri Moon. The theme will be
"Wish Upon a Cure (Disney)" and
will be held April 24-25, at the
TCHS Track. With most positions
on the 2009 event committee
filled, Moon is already planning
and working on the 2009 Relay
For Life.


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