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Herald


1uach 13-14, 2009


Capital -l tle: South Since 1889


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RELAY
FOR LIFE


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CIt fop lunchi
Today (Friday) is the day of the
Chili Cook-Off in Windows Cafe
at Doctors' Memorial Hospital. If
you're cooking for the first,
second or third place prize, make
sure your chili is delivered for
judging at 10:30 a.m. If you're
just a willing diner, be there at
11:30 a.m. when $5 will buy you
chili, dessert and a drink--until
the chili runs out!

Have you car washed,
eat pina
The Buddy's Relay For Life
team has a car wash set for
Saturday, March 14, from 7-11
a.m., in the back parking area of
McDonald's. Donations will be
accepted, with this fund-raiser
benefitting the American Cancer
Society (ACS).
The team will also hold a fund-
raiser at Pizza Hut Thursday,
March 19, from 6-8 p.m., with 20
percent of each meal's total
benefiting ACS.



Members of the Relay For Life
Event Committee will meet
Monday, March 16, at Rosehead
Junction in downtown Perry.
The meeting will start at 5:30
p.m. followed by a captains
meeting at 6:30 p.m.
"It's not too late to register a
team. We have-about two months
until Relay (slated May 15). So
join us," Event Chair Tanya
O'Neal said.
For more information, contact
O'Neal at 371-1565.

Ca before you
As part of the City of Perry's
Gas Pipeline Damage Prevention
Program, residents are asked to
call Sunshine State One-Call of
Florida (811) prior to digging.
It is the responsibility of the
person or individual in charge of
the excavation to call for line
locations before excavation
begins. ,
In case of a gas pipeline
emergency, call 584-7940 (the
line is open 24 hours a day,
seven days a week).

TIfA to vt wm y
The Taylor Retired Educators
Association (TREA) will visit the
Dakota Winery in Cross City
Monday, March 16. Members are
asked to meet in the parking lot
of First United Methodist Church
at 9:45 a.m. for carpool
arrangements.


While the Taylor County
School District has not yet
reached an accord with the two
employee unions' over a
proposed five percent, pay cut
for ihe remainder of the fiscal
year, employees were sent an e-
mail shortly before lunch
Thursday stating the cuts
would be imposed beginning
with today's (Friday)
paycheck.

Salary reductions


DMH


to save


$50,000


a month

The Doctors' Memiorial
Hospital board of directors
finalized its plan Tuesday to
cut salaries by 10 percent for
all employees making $25,000
or niore, a move which is
expected to save the hospital
$50,000 a month.
According to interim CFO
Bill Brynes, 163 employees
will be affected, while 142
others--either not making
$25,000 or under contract--will
not be included in the cuts.
Brynes said the move was
part of the board's efforts to
bring costs more, in line with
revenues.
With the latest cut, current-
monthly cash needs are now
$1,867,755 per month.
This brings the hospital to
within $23,000 of the revenue
it has averaged since the start
of the fiscal year in June,
according to Brynes' figures.
He pointed out, however,.
that the hospital "must collect
more than current needs to pay
old accounts payable."
On Tuesday, the DMH board
will appear before the Taylor
County Commission during a
public hearing to determine
whether the county will use
excess sales tax funds to
purchase up to $3.5 million in
equipment for the hospital.
Brynes made the request at
the commission's last meeting
on March 2, listing three pieces
of radiological equipment he
"-* Please see page 3


"Due to the financial
emergency and the time
constraints related to the
number of remaining pay
checks, the district has decided
to impose the 5 percent
reduction in pay for the period
of 2/1/09-6/30/09, effective
with the March 13 paycheck,"
the e-mail stated.
"We. remain in good faith
negotiations with both


bargaining units and have a
hearing with the board
scheduled for 3/19/09 for the
non-instructional unit and a
,hearing with the special
magistrate on 4/15/09 for
TEA."
When contacted Thursday,
Superintendent of Schools Paul
Dyal confirmed contents of the
e-mail, adding that it was from
the "district," which included


himself and the school board.
He said he could not comment
further because an accord had
not been reached with the
unions.
Dyal recommended the cuts
in February after an economic
recovery team from the Florida
Association of District School
Superintendents (FADSS) said
the district would end the year
with a surplus of $500,000 in


its general fund but due to
deficits from the previous three
years, the fund would still be
$770,000.
At the time, the school board
approved a five-percent cut for
all district and school
administrators as well as Even
Start employees and all.grant-
funded employees not covered
".* Please see page 3


Shed burned ....
A fire that swept across one acre andf destroyed a storage shed Wednesday afternoon remains. under
investigation. Units from the Division of Forestry and Taylor County Fire-Rescue (TCFR),. along with Shady
Grove volunteer firefighters, battled the blaze which occurred at 10017 North U.S. Highway 221. Above,
TCFR Deputy Chief Carl McAfee pulls a sheet of roofing tin from the burning remains of a shed. DOF officials
said Thursday that they are responding, to "one or two brush fires a day." Residents are reminded to "be
careful when burning yard trash on top of the ground and to have adequate extinguishing equipment readily
available." (Photo by Angela M. Castelucci)


Marathon agenda tackles DMH, noise


A proposed noise ordinance,
the far-reaching Vision 2060
plan and Doctors' Memorial
Hospital (DMH) will all be up
for discussion Tuesday night
at the Taylor County
Commission's board meeting.
The regular meeting is set to
begin at 6 p.m. and the three
public hearings are part of a
lengthy. agenda before the
commission.
First on the agenda will be
the proposed noise ordinance,


which, if approved, will be
enforced throughout the
unincorporated area of the
county.
In 2006, the commission
approved an almost identical
ordinance for Steinhatchee.
While the ordinance was
proposed after a couple
complained about their
neighbor's mud-bogging
activities, the new rule
specifically states it will
not affect the county's


already existing mud-bogging
ordinance which regulates-
large-scale events.
According to the ordinance,
it will be' enforced by
designated noise control
officers (including the sheriffs.
office and- code enforcement
officer) and noise will be
measured by decibels. A sound
level meter using the "A-
weighing system" will be used
to determine violations.
The maximum allowed


decibel levels are determined
by zoning and the time of day.
In mixed-use urban areas, from
sun-up to sun-down, the
maximum level i' 70 decibels;
from sun-down to sun-up, it is
65 decibels. In mixed-use rural
areas, the. maximunjm, .nri:e
level, day or night, 'i's 70
decibels. In ajricultural-zoned
areas, thie maximum le'i 1'75
decibels from sun-up to siun-
"* Please see page 8 .


FXK FROM HOME


N AACP afSSunaOy
The Taylor County NAACP
branch will meet Sunday, March
15, at Jerkins Community
Center.
All members are encouraged
to attend the 5 p.m. event.

Le an abttte
story of ae t g
Grove
Malcolm Page and Wanda
Kemp will discuss the history of
Cabbage Grove, its early settlers
and school at the Taylor County
Historical Society Monday, March
16.
The meeting will begin at
7 p.m. and everyone is welcome.
President Wanda Cash also
reminds everyone that the
society .is accepting entries for
the next book in its 'They Were
Here" series.


Jenna Hall, with degrees from Taylor County High
School and Florida State, now teaches K-5 in Seoul,
'Korea. She is shown with a favorite 3-year-old
student, Nina.


By SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Managing Editor
When Jenna Hall threw
caution to the wind, she found
herself in Seoul, teaching
native Koreans.
So how does a girl from
Perry find her way to Seoul?
A 2003 graduate of Taylor
County High School, she
earned-a college degree from
Florida State University in
2008. But, upon graduation,
she found herself "having a
difficult time finding a job in a
struggling economy."
So she referenced Craig's
List on the Internet and came
upon a posting that was
headlined: "Teach in Korea."
The requirements for the job
seemed simple enough; they
wanted a photo and a resume.
On a whim, Hall followed


through. The next day, a
recruiter contacted her.
"He asked how serious I was,
insisted that I was qualified and
said he would'go ahead and
forward my resume to
headquarters in Seoul. I agreed
and that night, July 4, to be
exact, Kevin Seo called me."
A native Korean who spoke
little English, Seo was difficult
to understand "but he was very
patient and suggested that I
check out his Web site," Hall
said. "It contained a wealth of
information, and I read it--
inside and out--for the next two
days. I even researched other
Web sites to see how accurate
his was. Several days later, he
called again and I told him I
was ready to get started with
the paper work.".
Hall recalls -that the paper


work was overwhelming--
"many rounds of documents,
my transcript, my actual
diploma, copies of passport
information." A background
check followed, which had to
be notarized so Hall could
apply for a- work visa which
took about two weeks.
"Once he got the actual visa
number, he e-mia.led it to me
and I set up an interview with
the Korean Consulate in
Atlanta a week later. Then the
next day, I was' able to pick up
my passport." Suddenly, Hall
was cleared for Korea. "This
whole process took only eight
weeks; the time just flew by
and I couldn't believe I was
leaving in a week," she recalls.
So she arrived in' Korea on
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A-2 Perry News-Herald March 13-14, 2009


Undefeated
The girls' basketball team for Fo.ley School irn 1949 boasted an undefeated season--dominating all 11 games
on its schedule. Team members shown above are: (first row) Ouida Shinholser, Mary Ross, Betty Ann Poitevint,
Shirley Gurr, Faye Parker and Maxine McGill;' (second row) Mrs. Collins, coach; Newana Chesser, La Nell
Bethea, Beatrice Ross, Earlyjane Wages, Bama Faulkner, Clara Sue De Hart, Jamie Shaw and Gladys Touchton.


lance at the past,


THE PERRY cents a pound for aluminum.
E A Perry citizens were reimbursed
NEWS-HERALD $249 by the company in
March 7, 1974 February.

MASS ARRESTS QUEENLY QUEST
MADE IN DRUG RING Sheryl Moore, the daughter
Nineteen persons (from of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moore,
Gainesville, Miami and even was pictured in her Forest
Missouri, Michigan, Ohio and Capital Queen regalia as she
Oklahoma) were arrested in prepared 'to leave for the 1974
Perry during a three-day drug Azalea- Queen Pageant in
eradication drive. Sheriff's Palatka, a three-day event
- Department Investigator Bob" which included talent, swimsuit
Lilliott said he instituted the and evening gown
crack-down in response to 'ompetit ns.
complaints from parents that
itinerants were selling drugs at TCDA 'DEFIES'
local gas stations and COMMISSION
restaurants. Large quantities of The Taylor County
marijuana, hashish, Development Authority voted
amphetamines and drug to refuse to return the so-called
paraphernalia were seized. Hamnton Sorings propertv to


COKER GETS
COACHING JOB?
Superintendent of Schools
Cecil Carlton branded as
"premature" the announcement
that Jefferson County Coach.
Elmer Coker had accepted the
head coaching job at Taylor
County High School. The
article had appeared in the
Monticello News.

10-CENTS A POUND
FOR ALUMINUM
The Reynolds Aluminum
Cash-For-Cans mobile unit was
scheduled to make two runs to
Perry during March, paying 10-


the county commission. Olin
Davis urged quick action on the
controversy, saying, "I'd like to
.see something done about it so
we'll get out of the newspapers
and quit being a laughing
stock.".

FIVE NEW BABIES
Dr. and Mrs. Bernhard J.
Weinberg of Perry announced
the birth of their first
grandchild, Matthew Nathan,
to Dr. and Mrs. Jerold
Weinberg of Evanston, 111. He
was born March 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Folsom of
Mayo announced the birth of
their son, Wilford Daniel, also
on March 1.


Perry March 13-14, 2009

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Staff Writer


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LIBBY DENMARK
Graphic Arts

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Classified Advertising


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Member Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.


Terry James Randall was
bom to Mr. and 'Mrs. James
Randall on March 1, weighing
8 pounds, 1 ounce.
Doyle Lee Ratliff H was the
new baby son of Mr. and Mrs.
Doyle Lee Ratliff, bom March
4 at Doctors' Memorial.
John Benjamin Sheffield
was born to Mr. and Mrs. Major
Sheffield on Feb. 26. He
weighed 9 pounds and one-half
ounce.

FOUR NEW PLEDGES
""Beta' S'igmia Phi' welcomed
four new pledge's: Opal Sons,
Marilyn Yon, Gail' Veal and
Janice Ricketson.

TWO ENGAGEMENTS
Mr. and Mrs. William E.
King of Orlando announced the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Sandra Denise Durham, to
James R. Pridgeon of Perry, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. B.H.
Pridgeon.
Mrs. Sheila Johnson of Perry
announced the engagement of
her daughter, Pam, to Bobby
Couey, the son of Robert H.
Couey, Dorothy Jean Holton
Couey and the late B.
Johnson.

LET'S GET
ACQUAINTED
It was "Super Get
Acquainted Week" at the
Skylark Restaurant with whole
Florida lobster meals selling for
$4.50; a broiled whole flounder
was $2.25; green turtle steak
sold for $3; frog legs were
$3.75; or you could choose
instead, 50 boiled shrimp (yes,
that's 50) for $3.25, served with
crackers and sauce only.

SECOND BUILDING
ADDED TO PIONEER
COMPLEX AT PARK
A second building, the
former Jack Green cabin--circa
1880, was added to the pioneer
complex at Forest Capital State
Park.


DAWSON RETIRES
FROM BUCKEYE
Surrounded by co-workers,
Henry Dawson was recognized
upon his retirement from
Buckeye Cellulose
Corporation. A fish fry was
held in honor of the 20-year
employee who was pictured
with Leland Pruitt, Jack Stalans
and Earnest Cassidy.

WHAT WERE THE RATES?
At First Federal, 30-month
certificates were offered with
"6.75 interest rites Aid 'what
was the jingle? When your
fortune needs a teller...come to
First Federal.

BASEBALL TEAM
WINS OPENER
Coach Lawrence Holt's
Taylor County High School
baseball team won their season
opener, defeating Florida High
4-1. In the seventh inning
when the bases were loaded,
"Powerful Glenn Ratliff strode
to the plate to hit a double and
drive in three runs, ending the
scoring.' Pitcher John
Wigglesworth was credited
with the win, allowing only two
walks, and striking out six.

SAUSAGE FRYER
Morrison Shingler smiled
while he cooked sausage for the
Shrove Tuesday Pancake
Supper held at St. James
Episcopal Church.

BLUE RIBBON WINNERS
Pepper, Scarlett and Benji
Phillips, all children of Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Phillips, were blue
ribbon winners at the North
Florida Livestock Show in
Madison.

KENT THOMPSON WINS
Kent Thompson of Quincy,
the grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Pope Poppell of Perry, won the
Betty Crocker Contest
sponsored by General Mills.
The cutline read, "The boys
have done it again..."


I qutal quotes


What is more
important in a
library than anything
else--than everything
else--is the fact that it
exists.
--Archibald MacLeish

A truly great library
contains something in
it to offend everyone.
--Jo Godwin

Perhaps no place in


any community is so'
totally democratic as
the town library. The
only entrance
requirement is interest.
--Lady Bird Johnson

As a child, my number
one best friend was the
librarian in my grade
school. I actually
believed all those
books belonged to her.
--Erma Bombeck


TEOep Were ere

Editor's Note: The fifth installment of the "They Were Here" series
was first published in 1976. In the foreword, Taylor County Historical
Society President Alton H. Wentworth noted: "In this Bicentennial year
of celebration, we are reminded to think back more intently upon the
circumstances and accomplishments of those who made possible this
heritage which is ours to enjoy. Especially, we love to ponder the
hardihood, industry and fundamental Christian character which
impelled those early settlers to make this area of Florida a place
which attracts all those fortunate enough to find this location."
Lettie Johnson Wheelus
1897-1971
Lettie Johnson Wheelus was bom in Taylor County, the
daughter of Brian M. and Elsie Wilcox Johnson. She married
Charles L. Wheelus and they were the parents of Florence
(Morgan), Charles L. Jr. and Sara Frances (Skipper).
She attended Pine Grove School and Perry School, then
specialized in teacher training at the University of Florida in
Gainesville before receiving her teacher certification. Her first
teaching assignment was at Deer Palace and then at Boyd.
Later Mr. and Mrs. Wheelus and family moved to Shamrock,
Dixie County, where they resided until moving to Live Oak,
Suwannee County, in 1948. She was a member of the First
Baptist Church and through the years was very active in every
phase of church work. Because of her love for young people
she gave much of her time to the USO organization during
Swill be remembered by many
for her work in community
clubs where she directed
entertainment for the socials
and for her ability in rendition
of dialogues. She was an
ardent flower lover which
caused her to grow and
arrange flowers for church,
Lettie Johnson Wheelus shut-ins and friends.
J.H. Scales Jr.
1919-1975
Joseph Henry Scales Jr. was born in Perry and he was the
son of J.H. Scales Sr. and Helen Preston Scales. He married
Edith Underhill of Fort Meade. They were the parents of three
daughters: Sandra, Susan and Joan.
Joe graduated from Taylor
County High School and
attended Georgia Tech and the
University of Florida. He
enlisted in the Navy o while
enrolled at Florida UniversitGy.
After his discharge from the
Navy, he and his family
returned to Perry. He %%as
engaged in the insurance
business for many years.
He Wftethodist%, a Si
Chi and"a Rotarian. His]a
years were spent in National
Reclamation work with
headquarters inNew Jersey. It
is said that he organized more
than 2,000 of these centers all
over the United States. J.H. Scales Jr.
JJ. Clayton
1900-1973
Jesse James Clayton was a native of Echols County, Ga., and
he married Marie Raines. They were the parents of: Edmond
D., Stewart B., Kathleen (Bennett), Eileen (Mitchell), Freida
(Curtis) and A.B. Clayton.
He spent much of his life in Georgia, but he was so very glad
that he learned about Taylor County and was able to spend
more than a dozen years here. He was a disabled veteran and
he was a bookkeeper by occupation. He was keenly interested
in history and was instrumental in the writing of a "History of
Echols, County, Ga." And in
Taylor County, he frequently
C wrote for publication
interesting articles about
Taylor County and its people.


Jesse James Clayton


He was also deeply
interested in g6spel singing
conventions and he was in
attendance and participated
wherever he learned about
one being scheduled. He was
a Master Mason and
participated in the programs
of the Lodge.


John W. Morgan
?-1952
John W. Morgan was born at Shady Grove, a member of one
of the pioneer families of the area north of Shady Grove. He
married Miss Eunice Vivian Harvill, who was a daughter of the
Rev. Enoch J. Harvill, farmer, Primitive Baptist minister and
legislator. They were the parents of 14 children of whom five
died young. Those reaching maturity were Zella (Jackson),
Frank James, Arly Arthur, Pierpont, Curtis, W.E. Martis Elton,
Ester Ion (Walker) and Ella Euvenia (Folsom).
Like many of his neighbors,
John moved to Plant City in
his early years where he
remained only briefly. Unlike
the others who migrated to
Plant City from his
community, he did not sell his
home near Fellowship Church
and he came back. He lived
there and was a farmer until
the time of his death.
He and his family
maintained membership in the
Fellowship Church--the
church where Enoch Harvill
was pastor for many years and
the church he continued to
come back to each fourth
Sunday in August
(association meetings) as long John W. Morgan
as he lived.


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A-3 Perry News-Herald March 13-14, 2009


Hall is one among 15 million


who call Seoul, Korea home


FAR FROM HOME
Continued from page 1
Aug. 30, was picked up by her
recruiter and introduced to the
president of the school.
"After that meeting, I was
under the impression that we
were returning to the city in
which I would live, but it
turned out that all my co-
workers were vacationing
together on the upper east side
of South Korea--four hours
away from my home city. I
was exhausted from the
airplane trip, and now the car
ride, but it turned out to be a
great weekend. The weather
was perfect; my co-workers
were great; we went river
rafting; and it looked like life
was going to be good."
Hall also ate her first Korean
meals there "and I didn't like
them one bit," she said. By the
time she did arrive at her actual
apartment, "I was wondering
'what I was; doing here in
Korea--missing my mom and
dad a lot. Just adjusting to the
culture has been one of the
hardest things I've ever
done--being in a foreign
country by myself," she says.
But school started, and the
kids arrived, and Hall says,
"My purpose for Korea
immediately dawned on me. I
loved them!"


On the days when she was
lonely or frustrated by the
confusion of a different culture,
Hall said she reminded herself
that she chose to make the
move. "At first, I didn't have a
cell phone and that was very
hard. E-mail was my primary
mode of communication. Then
they provided me a phone and
the first thing I did was run
outside and call home."
The daughter of Debbie and
Tommy Hall of Perry, Jenna
equates the move to being a
young child all over again.
"You literally revert back to
when you are one--you can't
speak, you can't read, you can't
do anything for yourself, and
you have no idea where you are
going. It was really frustrating
at times, and it's still frustrating
when I'm trying to
communicate with someone
who can speak absolutely no
English. I've picked up some
basic sayings in Korean, but for
the most part, I treasure my
English.
"Six months later, I'm still
learning," she admits. "Living
in a foreign country, you're
presented with challefiges all
the time. But," she's quick to
add, "I haven't faced one
situation yet where I've just
thrown my hands up in the air."
A co-worker from Colorado
has helped Hall navigate


Shown at the High Seoul Winter Festival, Hall said:
highlights from the event included a Christmas light.
show on large LCD screens and music from "Mama
Mia."


Korea. "He showed me the
great restaurants, where the
bank was, the post office...but
mostly I've just learned on my
own. When I first arrived, I
remember wondering how I
would ever figure out the
subway system--this city has a
population of 15 million," she
reminds. "But now I've
mastered the bus routes (which
can provide a great scenic view
for $1.10), the train schedule,
how to get to and from major
supermarkets. One of the
things I've realized that I'm
most grateful for is my good
sense of direction. I live in
Cheonan and it's nicely laid
out. All major roads run
parallel and perpendicular to
one another."
Hall also explained that',
instead of paying bills all over
town, you simply take them to
the bank and pay them there.
"Being in a foreign country
requires you to use a different
part of your brain," she said.
A perk to living in Korea, she
says, is that health insurance is
very reasonably priced.
Koreans, she. noted, are also
slow to prescribe medicines. "I
think we, as Americans, tend to
overmedicate. Here, they
believe in more traditional,
herbal remedies, not medicinal
ones." Yet after a recent illness,
Hall wrote, "I have come to
really appreciate the good ol'
USA and the great health care
that we are so fortunate to
have."
When it comes to what she
dislikes about the culture, Hall
first mentions the. Koreans'
impatience or competitiveness.
"They are really pushy and will
skip. you in line for the bus or
train, or at the grocery store. JIt
drives most of my friends nuts,
but I--like my mother--have
learned to just do what they do.
I push right back and let them
know they are not going to run
over this American. It's a fast-
paced, impatient culture. They
start honking horns as soon as
,t, rgd light changes to green."
Overall, however, she admits
that she loves the country and
its people. "I even love being
in the minority here," she says.
"I am still reminded of where I
have come from and that will
always be close to my heart.
But when I arrived in Atlanta
on Christmas Day, I realized
that I had become accustomed
to' walking past people and not
speaking. That's when this
sweet black lady cheerfully
said to me, -'Good morning,
sweetie; Merry Christmas!"'
"That's when I realized
again, I do love America."


Pay cut to save $422,000


TEACHERS PAY
Continued.from page 1
by union contracts.
Dyal said they were
extending the cuts to these
positions (even though the
savings will not help the
district's general fund balance)
in order to be equitable to
everyone.
The board also cut their own


salaries by the same amount. In
prior years the board could not
affect their salaries, but recent
legislation gave them the
authority to make the opts.
Additionally, while the
school board does not have the
authority to change Dyal's
salary, he said he would donate
five percent of his pay over
the same period back to the
district.


The estimated savings of the
five-percent pay cut is
'$422,000.
According to Dyal, the
FADSS team reported last
month that if the payroll cuts
were approved along with
additional cost-saving
proposals made by school
principals, the district should
eliminate its general fund
deficit.


DMH to present business plan


at Tuesday's county meeting


$50,000/MONTH
Continued from page 1
said the hospital needed: a
digital mammogram machine, a
CT scanner and an MRI.,
According to the county
ordinance regarding such
requests, hospital officials will
have to present a business plan
to show how the equipment
will be profitable for the
hospital.
The new hospital building is
funded through a one-cent sales
tax approved by Taylor County
citizens and in the past, the
excess revenues collected have
been used to purchase new
equipment.
The last time commissioners
approved such a request was in
July 2006 for the purchase of
$128,0000 in orthopedic
equipment.
In March 2008, the


commission held a public
hearing to consider a plan
developed by Commissioner
Malcolm Page which included
using excess sales tax money to
pay off $600,000 in capital debt
and to purchase new CT and
MRI equipment.
The hearing, however, was
cut short after only a few
minutes when former County
Commission Clay Bethea
reminded the board its policy
was to refuse requests from
not-for-profit organizations
without an audit. At the time,
the hospital's audit had been
delayed and was not available.
When the audit was
presented in April, however,
the DMH board did not return
to the commission to request
the funds. Since then, the
hospital has seen two
changee\ ers in management
and the appointment of an


almost entirely new board of
directors.
Although the purchase of
new equipment has been
mentioned since then, this
marks the first official request
for the sales tax funds since
March 2008.
According to Brynes, a
digital mammogram machine
could cost between $270,000
and $400,000. Currently,
the hospital's mammogram
machine is not digital,
requiring the results be sent off
to be digitized, then sent
elsewhere to be read, resulting
in delays, hospital officials
said.
A new CT scanner could cost
between $500,000 and
$1 million, while a new MRI
could cost between $1 million
and $1.5 million, plus
construction costs.


The employees of Doctors' Memorial Hospital (DMH) are committed
to ensuring that your hospital is a viable health care provider despite these
very challenging times. On behalf of DMH we would like to acknowledge
that we have work to do, problems to fix and negative connotations to
overcome. We realize we must work hard to earn your trust and wish to
share with you the steps being taken to regain your confidence.




BILLING & COLLECTIONS OVERHAUL DMH recently contracted with
national hospital financial consulting firm Quorum Health Resources (QHR) to
develop a "ROAD MAP" TO IMPROVE BILLING AND COLLECTIONS.
DMH now has a PATIENT FINANCIAL SERVICES MANAGER in place
after 20 months of that position being vacant.
DMH IS NOW COLLECTING THOUSANDS IN "UP FRONT"
PAYMENTS (prior to services) in 2008, compared to $0 in previous years.
DMH has seen IMPROVEMENT IN THE PERCENTAGE OF NET
COLLECTIONS and the number of INSURANCE CLAIM DENIALS ARE
DOWN.
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLES DAYS are now approaching the NATIONAL
RECOMMENDED BENCHMARKS.
DMH has purchased the NECESSARY TOOLS TO ENHANCE INSURANCE
VERIFICATION AND ELIGIBILITY (necessary to determine and collect co-
pays and deductibles prior to the time of service).
DMH employees are COMMITTED to the RECRUITMENT of PRIMARY
CARE and SPECIALTY PHYSICIANS to help meet the needs of local citizens.
DMH has implemented STAFF REDUCTIONS, 10% SALARY CUTS (for
all those earning over $25,000 per year), CUT EXPENSES AND OVERHEAD,
CUT HOURS, CUT POSITIONS by combining responsibilities and implemented
a HIRING FREEZE SAVING THOUSANDS IN PAYROLL per pay period
over the last two years and avoiding MASSIVE LAY-OFFS.

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We think it is important for the citizens of Taylor County to know:
The EQUIPMENT PURCHASES being requested by DMH WILL
INCREASE OUTPATIENT REVENUE the main source of cash flow for
DMH.
DMH CURRENTLY EMPLOYS approximately 300 PEOPLE (including
full-time, part-time and PRN employees). DMH had a total of 376 full and part-
time employees six years ago A REDUCTION OF 20%.
,. DTJ-Il ha TOTAL ANNUAL PAYROLL of approximately $11 MILLION
DOLLARS.
DMH has a TOTAL ECONOMIC IMPACT OF $61.32 MILLION on the
area economy, according to a recent "Economic Impact Study" conducted by the
University of Florida.*
WITHOUT A HOSPITAL, RECRUITING QUALITY BUSINESSES
AND INDUSTRY to Taylor County will be tremendously MORE DIFFICULT.
Hospitals, schools and infrastructure are the -first things quality business leaders
and workers consider before deciding to relocate to an area.
The ONE-CENT LOCAL OPTION SALES TAX approved byi voters in
1999 HAS GENERATED MORE THAN $3.5 MILLION in excess revenues
(over what is needed to make the annual bond payment). DMH is requesting these
funds to purchase desperately-needed new diagnostic equipment.
That ONE-CENT SALES TAX (which replaced a one-cent sales tax used
to construct the Taylor County Jail) was pledged for the "PURPOSE OF
PURCHASING LAND, EQUIPMENT, CONSTRUCTING A HOSPITAL
AND SERVICES RELATED THERETO." The funds being requested ARE
NOT ad valorem property tax dollars, but are instead generated by both locals and
out-of-county residents purchasing goods in Taylor County.
THESE FUNDS CAN ONLY BE USED FOR THE HOSPITAL! The law
does not allow these excess sales tax revenues to be used for any other purpose. In
fact, laws limit when and how much the county can pay off each year.
If approved by the County Commission, these excess one-cent sales tax revenues
WILL NOT be used for salaries, recurring expenses, existing debt or any other
expenditures. The funds WILL NLY be used for the purchase and installation of
NEW MRI, CT and/or DIGITAL MAMMOGRAPHY equipment.
These equipment purchases are NECESSARY for DMH to be competitive and
ESSENTIAL for DMH to provide quality health care close to home for Taylor
County citizens. DMH is losing revenue each day due to equipment being down for
repairs or specialists requesting tests be done elsewhere. If a test has to be done a
second time, insurance does not pay.
Priorto a vote at the COUNTY'S MARCH 17 MEETING, DMH Administration
should present the County Commission with a business plan, the projected cost of
each piece of equipment, as well as the revenues expected to be generated and the
positive potential revenue impact it will have on DMH's finances.
A LOCAL hospital is CRITICAL when YOU have an EMERGENCY and
TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE. DO YOUR PART to make sure DMH HAS THE
TOOLS IT NEEDS to treat your or a family member when you need it.

Just like our elected County Commissioners and you, we are
concerned about the long-term viability of 0.R lHOSPITAL! We
strongly believe that the purchase of this equipment is necessary in
order for DMH to recover financially and return to profitability.


Sincerely, caring and concerned employees of DMH

*"The total output impact of the hospital's operation on the area economy is estimated to be
$61.32 million for 2002," Economic Impact of DMH in Taylor Countv, Florida, 2002. by UF In-
stitute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Resource Economics Department (March 14, 2003).


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Living


A-4 Perry News-Herald March 13-14,2009


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Portwood, Baxley

to wed at Timbers
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Portwood of Inverness announce the
engagement of their daughter, Sarah Rebekah, of Perry, to Shawn
Patrick Baxley, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Baxley of Live
Oak.
The couple will be married on Saturday, March 28, 2009, at 4:30
p.m. at The Timbers in Perry. All friends and family members are
cordially invited to attend; R.S .VP. to 850-223-3033.

Of Taylor Co0inty

Can you identify the

plants and flowers?


a.n When the Perry Garden Club
meets on Wednesday, March
18, Master Gardener Shirley'
Hall will present a program on
"Flora of Taylor County."
She and husband Harry have.
spent many hours studying and
Sarah Rebekah Portwood, Shawn Patrick Baxley photographing native plants
and wildflowers in the county.
Canning, freezing workshop is Tuesday
Taylor County Extension is canning/freezing. will be $15.00 and checks
staging a canning/freezing Please register with the should be made payable to
workshop at Forest Capital extension office by calling 838- TCAAC (Taylor County
Hall on Tuesday, April 14, from 3508. Agricultural Advisory
6-8 p.m. The cost for the workshop Committee.
Interested persons are invited
to come and learn the
recommended procedures for


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Exposure to ticks may cause
a serious threat of
Lyme disease
for both people and pets.
Controlling ticks and vaccinating
your dog can aid in protecting your family.
There are ticks in the area
transmitting diseases
Mon.-Fri. 8:00 5:30, Saturday 8:00 Noon
Turn right at 1st caution light on Hwy. 19
Cross City, South 1/2 mile on SW 10th St.


Anyone wishing to know more
about Taylor's flora is cordially
invited to attend.
The meeting will begin at 10
a.m., preceded by a time of
fellowship and refreshments at
9:30.
Head hostess for the day is
Patricia Vann; the horticulture
tip will be presented by Liska
Gooding.




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The Perry Woman's Club will join .
forces with the Ferry Shrine Club on
Friday, March 20, to present a
Bingo Night with all proceed .
benefitting Heifer International. -
Thre ,'..,-t.t iill be held at the
ShrIin' Club loc-ated at 1050 4
,-.'urtne'/ Road. The numbers
4.. -3 start popping 0 2at


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O'Neal wins night's*

stay at Hampton, Inn
Tanya O'Neal was the winner of a free night's stay in Perry's
Hampton Inn, offered through a fund-raiser by the hotel's Relay
For Life Team.
Chris Clark, captain, congratulated O'Neal after the March 2.
drawing "and thanks the community for making this fund-raiser a
great success."


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When: March 21,2009
Where: Forest Capital Park
Time: 10 am-2 pm


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Cost: FREE!


Live band, carnival games, obstacle course, rock wall, sticky wall,
dunking boothlfree food, tobacco advocacy and prevention booths.
Fun games and helpful information for all ages!
Rock W all . . : ..: .
Stages & Stereos Band
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For more information or any questions please call 584-5087 ext 135 or 121.
Participants under the age of 18 must have a parent/guardian signature for the rock wall waiver. Waivers are available on the Taylor County Health Depart- .
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A-5 Perry News-Herald March 13-14, 2009


Perry 'steps up' March 27


."Step Up, "Taylor County" is
an annual initiative during the
month of March to promote
physical acti itNy, health.
nutrition and active ihfest1les.
The 2009 event planned Friday,
March 27, \\ill celebrate six
years of promoting the
importance of physical acti it\
to Floridians, Tailor County
Health Department officials
said.:
This year's elent ts being
held in support of the
Governor's Council on PhN sical
Fitness; "Healthy Floridians


Initiative.
This initiatim e recognizes,
that physical fitness, recreauton
and sound nutrition are central
components "of a health\.
meaningful and product\e life.
There is no better place than
Florida to enjo\ a health\
lifestyle. We ha\e countless
award-winning beaches, state
parks, greenways and trails. I
encourage \ou to explore our
beautiful state," Gov. Charlie
Crist said.
"The risks of obesity and
other chronic diseases can be


reduced %ith regular ph sical
acti ti\ and a health\ diet."
sa,, State Surgeon General
Ana NM. iamonte Ros.
'Citizens v ith health\
lifest. les are les, likely. to
develop heart disease. cancer.
stroke. chronic lung disease
and diabetes, accounting for 62
percent of all deaths in Florida
in 2007."
The Ta\lor Counts Health
Department is partnering for a
second time % ith Forest Capital
Museum State Park to offer
community walks on Friday,


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p.m. Participants will walk on
trails which will take them b\
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Sports


mT Keaton Beach

Fishing Report



Trout and redfish


bite is excellent!


BY PAT MCGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Boy, the trout were on fire this
past weekend, especially for the
North Florida Gulf Fishing Club
who held their fourth annual
Keaton in March club event
tournament at Keaton Beach
Marina.
The top nine teams of 27 boats
entered had over 11 pounds of
trout for their legal (one over 20
inches, four under 20 inches) five
fish creel! That's impressive!
Here are the top three teams
and their winning numbers:
#1 13.70 pounds for Tom
and Jackson Keel with Sonny
Blanton.
#2 13.65 pounds for Ashley
Mock, Nicole Christmas and Jr.
Dice.
#3 12.40 pounds for Robbie
and Hunter Green and Warren
Smith.
Those were some impressive
numbers for an early March
event especially following a
week of sub-30 degree weather.
Most all the boats caught their
limit of trout and everyone had
a blast fishing Keaton in March.
Most of the fish over 20.
inches were caught in waters
less than two-feet deep on a
myriad of lures. Soft jerk baits
took a bunch of fish as-did hard


jerkbaits. Assassin five inch
shads and Berkley jerkshads
took their share as did Bite-A-
Bait fighters, Cordell Redfins
and similar hard lures.
The incoming tide was the
"bite" this weekend as short fish
dominated the outgoing tide for
most folks who were later to the
party. MirrOlures #51MR and
#52MR series were taking fish
in 4-6 feet as did Assassin five
inch shads.
Cal Beanblossom and Glenn
Foyd of Slyvester, Ga., had a
limit of trout while fishing live
shrimp, Assassin's sea shads and
Gulp under Cajuns in 5 6 feet
of water Saturday.
Dave Malone of Cedar Isle
and Jimmy Edge of LaGrange,
Ga., fished with Edge's Shadee
shads in electric chicken and
several other colors to land a
limit of fish in 2- 3 feet Monday.
David said they fished the falling
tide for their limit.
Plenty of reds were also
landed by the NFGF club and
others as they swarmed folks
fishing shallow near the bars.
Look for the fishing to
improve this weekend as the
warmer weather of late will turn
the fish. on. Look out if the sky
goes overcast as I will slay them
on plugs!


A-6 Perry News-Herald March 13-14, 2009


JV uses comeback


to beat Wakulla 7-6


The Taylor County Junior
Varsity baseball 'team scored
two runs in the bottom of
the sixth to stun Wakulla
7-6 last Friday at Perry's Pace
Field.
William Wentworth pitched
the distance giving up just 2
earned runs while scattering
seven hits and striking out 3.
Dylan Cason led the Bulldogs
at the plate with a 3-for-4 effort
that included a double and 2


RBIs. Beau Rodgers drove in
one run while getting two hits
in three trips to the plate.
Others recording one
hit apiece included Hunter
Barfield, Wentworth (2 RBIs),
Kyle Brooks (RBI) and Caleb
Rhodes.
The Bulldogs were slated to
travel to Suwannee on Thursday
before returning home to face
Rickards on Monday at 4:30
p.m.


TCMS wins thriller


over Madison 4-3


Starting young
Bella "Bug" Ellison, 2 1/2, caught these fine redbellies
recently while fishing with her "Papa" James Faulkner in
the Steinhatchee River.


The Taylor County Middle
School baseball team raised its
record to 8-1 on the season with
a thrilling 4-3 home win over
Madison on Monday.
Dylan Harty got the start on
the mound, pitching strong for
five and a third innings. He
struck out six and gave up four
hits and 3 runs (2 unearned).
Justin Folsom (4-0) got the
win in relief, giving up no hits
while striking out 2.


Calab Smyrnios had a pinch
hit single in the bottom of the
sixth to drive, in Gavini Lewis
and the winning run.
Lewis and Joe Pelt led the
Bulldogs with two hits each.
Tyler Brown '(double, RBI),
Daniel Wentworth, A.J. Parker
(RBI) and Folsom all had one
hit apiece.
The Bulldogs will host
Hamilton County this Thursday
at 4:30 p.m.


TCHS girls tennis team falls to Suwannee


The Taylor County High girls
tennis team lost two matches
played last week.
On Tuesday the Lady
Bulldogs fell to Suwannee
0-7. Celia Bennett and Tiffany
Upshaw won one game apiece


in their singles, matches.
Others participating for
TCHS included, Angela White,
Megan Roberts and Rachel
Higgs.
'On Thursday Taylor County
lost,to Florida High 0-7.


Elizabeth Devane won two
games in her match while
White, Higgs, Bennett and
Upshaw won one game apiece.


In doubles play Davane-
White lost 1-8,,Roberts-Higgs
fell 3-8 and lipln. -Beruiet
w ere defeated 1-8-. .' 4L..


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Feb. 13 Preseason Tourney FI. High TBA
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Feb 19 Union County Away 7:00
Feb. 24 Leon Home 7:00
Feb. 27 Wakulla Away 7:00
Mar. 3 Florida High* Home 7:00
Mar. 12 Live Oak Away 7:00
Mar. 16 Rickards Home 7:00
Mar 17 Chiefland Away 7:00
'Mar. 20 Hamilton* Home 7:00
'Mar. 24 Florida High* Away 7:00
Mar. 26 Union County Home 7:00
Mar. 27 Madison* Home 7:00
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Apr. 14 Hamilton* Away 7:00
Apr. 16 Trenton Away 7:00
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Apr. 20 Chiefland Home 7:00
Apr. 21 Leon Away 7:00
Apr. 23 Mayo Home 6:00
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A-7 Perry News-Herald March 13-14, 2009


Churches hold workshops on $$, healing


Weekend study begins tonight at St. Johns
Do you live with unresolved feelings and issues that rob you
from life and joy? St. Johns Christian Fellowship in Perry invites
everyone (ages 16 and older)to attend a powerful group teaching
on March 13-14 entitled, "Father, Heal Our Wounds."
This study is intended for all those interested in learning more
about God's desire to heal past spiritual and emotional wounds.
Led by Gary Brett of Perry, the study will be held in an informal
setting from 7-9:30 p.m. tonight and 9 a.m. 12 noon on Saturday,
March 14. The church is located at 6050 .Puckett Road
(intersection of Puckett and Golf Course roads)....
Do you need financial freedom?
Restoration Faith Center, located at 1005 S. Schwartz St., will
hold a Financial Freedom Workshop on Saturday, March 14, led by
Minister Saundrette Taylor of Ever Increasing Ministries in
Marianna. "Find out how to survive financially by using biblical
economics," Taylor urges. The event' begins at; 10 .a.m. and
continues until 12:30 p.m. with door prizes and light snacks
provided.
No nursery or childcare will be provided.


Teen Cha
Need to kn


Tallahassee's Teen Challenge
will lead worship at First
Assembly of God in Perry on
Sunday, March 15, sharing
about this ministry which seeks
to help those struggling with
drug addiction and alcoholism.
Pastor David Stephens
invites everyone to attend at 11
a.m.
Director Deron Gillespipe
boldly presents the Bible

Obituaries
Earl McGuire
Earl McGuire, 73, died
March 11, 2009, in Perry.
A former instrument worker
with Procter & Gamble,
Buckeye and Watkins, Mr.
McGuire was a native and
lifelong resident of Taylor
County. He was the son of the
late James Dewey McGuire
and Mattie Mae Sadler
McGuire. He was a member of
Westside Baptist Church.
Survivors include: two sons,,
James Walt McGuire of Perry
and Bernie McGuire of
Tallahassee; one daughter,.
Kathy Sullivan of Perry; three
brothers, Terry McGuire, Jerry
McGuire and Tommy McGuire
all of Perry; one sister, Mary
Freeman of Perry; 10
grandchildren; 15 great
grandchildren; two great, great
grandchildren; and a host of
nieces and nephews.


Monday is last day for Angel Food orders
The deadline for ordering Angel Food, through the Perry First
Church of God, is Monday, March 16, at 5 p.m. Please contact the
church at 584-7992 for additional information.
Breakfast, lunch served Saturday
The women of St. Peter's Primitive Baptist Church will be
selling breakfast and lunch on Saturday. Serving begins at 8 a.m.
for a $6 breakfast, and at 11 a.m. for a $7.50 lunch. Delivery is
possible: please call 584-4346.
Ushers Anniversary is Sunday
The Ushers of Stewart Memorial A.M.E. Church invite you to
attend their second annual Ushers Anniversary on Sunday, March
15, at 3 p.m.
Benefit garage sales begin Saturday
Word of Truth Tabernacle will hold a benefit garage sale each
Saturday beginning this week, March 14, at 9 a.m. The sale will
be held at the Taylor Storage Center located on U.S. 19 South All
proceeds from the sale benefit Truth Academy Private Christian


Ilenge'

ow more about addictions,
passage, 2 Cor. 5:17, as Teen nation, with ministries for adult
Challenge's mission, noting men, adult women, juvenile
that "if anyone is in Christ, he, men.andju\enile women.
is a new creation; old things Tallahassee's Teen Challenge
have passed away, behold all is a men's ministry which is
things have become new." located five miles east of the
He says plainly,' "Our Capitol on two acres of land in
mission is to give hope to the front of the Timberlake
hopeless," Gillespie subdivision.
emphasizes. It has 30 beds with dormitory
Teen Challenge ha. space, and also features a
expanded throughout the commercial kitchen and
cafeteria, a chapel and
... .. ,.,. : classroom space. "Teen
' Challenge hU'. one' of the.
-'. '-' lughest success rates of anyi
He as preceded in death b addiction or rehab program in
He as precededin death by e country Gillespie said.
his two. wives, Kitty Louise "we are a 12-to-15-month


recovery?
minimum stay, Christ-centered,
- faith-based discipleship
program for men," he explains.
"We pledge to serve every
person with Christ-like
compassion; we dedicate
ourselves to mentor and nurture
meaningful relationships."
Gillespie has a unique
understanding of Teen
Challenge. "I know firsthand
as a graduate of the program
that God uses this awesome
ministry to create men of God
through His grace and mercy.
It is such a blessing to see lives
changed and families restored."
First Assembly of God is
located at 828 W. Julia St.


McGuire and Dian ahMcuire;
son; James Earl McGuire;
brother, Jimmy McGuire; |Bif[^kl
sister, Martha, iDeedee) i ship
A graveside servicep. will be Y
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School. For details, call Rebecca Ray at 850-672-2445 (local call).
Lamont invites worshippers
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Church on Sunday during the 11 a.m. worship service in Lamont.

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r,--o ie y News-Herald March 13-14, 2009


More than 100 attended a stamp unveiling held Feb.
100th anniversary of the NAACP.


26 in commemoration of the


NAACP celebrates 100-year


history with stamp unveiling


Local citizens came out in
support of the NAACP
centennial celebration held at
the Peiry Post Office Feb. 26
which featured the unveiling of
the "Civil lights Pioneer"
stamp.
The program included an
invocation by the Rev. Izell
Montgomery Jr. of New Mt.
Zion 'Missionary Baptist
Church, the presentation of
colors by AMVETS Post #20,
American Legion Posts #291
and #96, and VFW Post #225.
Vera Ne% berr. secretary of
Taylor Count\ NAACP Branch


#5685, introduced local
members.
Mayor Emily Ketring
presented a special.
proclamation in honor of the
NAACP centennial celebration
followed by Taylor County
Board of County
Commissioners Chairman
Rudolph Parker speaking about
his opportunity to be in
attendance at a meeting with
President Barack Obama and
his words "on people coming
together as one."
Keynote speaker Roderick
H.. Williams, third vice


'Tea Party' organizers

oppose stimulus package
Taylor Couilnians are invited to a "Tallahassee Tea Party" next
week, held in plotest of tlhe economic stimulus package and "a
trend toward excessive taxation." The event is planned for 4:30-
6:30 p.m. on St..Patrick's Day which is Tuesday; March 17: It will
be held at the old capitol. With the theme, "There is no pot of gold
at the end of this (stimulus) rainbow," the event hopes to rally
supporters from around the region and state. A contingent of
Taylor Count) citizens are making plans to attend and encourage
others to consider this opportunity "to make your voice known
about governmental policies."


Singers compete for

'Jam' tickets Saturday

Timberland Ford will host a "Sing Off" with the winner taking
home two tickets to the upcoming Suwannee River Jam Saturday,
from noon to 3 p.m. (The singing competition will begin at 1:30
p.m.),
Candidates qualified during a radio call-in this past
week.,
Admission is free and everyone is invited to attend.

County also to consider

agreement with DCA on

Vision 2060 amendments


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down and 70 decibels from
sun-down to sun-up.
Special event permits can be
obtained following approval of
the county administrator, if the
applicant can produce written
acceptance from each property
owner within 500 feet of the
event.
Violators of the ordinance
will be considered guilty of a
second-degree misdemeanor.
Officials from DMH will
appear to request the county
spend up to $3.5 million in
excess sales tax funds for new
equipment for the hospital (see
related story).
Third, commissioners will
consider a stipulated settlement
agreement with the Florida
Department of Community
Affairs (DCA) concerning the
Vision 2060 document.
The agency objected to a
portion of the plan referring to
coastal settlements and in
November, the agency declared
the plan was not in compliance
with both the county .and, state
comprehensive plans.
The matter then went to the
Department of Administrative
,Hearings (DOAH), but both
parties asked for the case to put
into abeyance to see if a
settlement could be reached.
Last month, a possible
stipulated settlement
agreement was reached


between the county
representatives and DCA, and
the commission will hold a
public hearing to decide
whether to accept it.
The hearing will be held
Tuesday, March 17, at 6:25
p.m. during the commission's
regular board meeting.
According to the agreement,
the county agrees to make
changes to the "Coastal
Settlement" portion of the plan,
which refer to the existing
communities along the coast
including Keaton Beach, Dekle
Beach and Steinhatchee.
In a table listing typical
densities and uses for each
community type included in the
plan, the county is to eliminate
the listed densities and uses for
coastal settlement and instead
state they "shall be be as
specified in the Taylor County
Comprehensive Plan."
Additionally, the category
description would similarly be
replaced with the sentence,
"Density and uses shall be
specified by the Taylor County
Comprehensive Plan."
The Vision 2060 project was
spearheaded by the chamber of
commerce, assisted throughout
the process by Orlando-based
planning firm MSCW. The
final product was developed
after more than a year of public
meetings and workshops, and
was subsequently approved by
the county commission and
Perry Cilt Council.


president of Branch #5685,
stood before the crowd and
spoke of highlights in the
NAACP's history as well as the
local branch.
Postmaster Michael Halter
gave a short history of the 12
members of the Civil Rights
pioneers featured on the new
stamp.
"History was made through
the struggles and strengths of
these Americans that forged
onward taking their missions
forward," he said.

Card of

Thanks

Thank you for the
outpouring of sympathy from
the community and churches
on the passing our our sister
Doretha (Dore) Smith. Our
hearts are warmed and spirits
lifted by your kindness that is'
helping us through this
difficult time. May God
continue to bless you.
The Faulk Family


News from


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region


Live Oak
Sheriff's officials have
released the names of those
involved in Tuesday's plane
crash, according to the
Suwannee Democrat.
Dead is Linda Sturtezant, 58,
of Rhode Island. The plane was
piloted by Jimmy Burkholder,
68, of McAlpin, who remains
in the burn unit at Shands UR
Sturtezant was visiting her
mother, a neighbor of
Burkholder, officials said.
The two had just taken off
from Little River Airpark in
McAlpin. The cause of the
crash remains under
investigation by 'the Federal
Aviation Administration.


Monticello
Monticello officials were
notified that they will likely
receive some $6 million to
complete their sewer
rehabilitation project from the
federal stimulus package,
according to an article in the
Jefferson Journal.
Jefferson County
Commissioners voted 5-0 to
drastically cut impact fees on
development, according to the
Monticello News. The move
included.refunds dating back to
2005. '

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stimulus monies to construct a
biofuel plant north of Bristol,
according to the Calhoun-
Liberty Journal.

Levy County
Gov. Charlie Crist has
appointed Marsha Drew, vice
mayor of Yankeetown, to an
interim term on the Levy
County Board of
Commissioners and insurance
agency owner Cameron Asbell
to a vacant seat, on the Levy
County School Board,
according to an article in the
Chiefland Citizen.
Drew will fill the vacancy
created by the suspension of
Commission Chair William
Samuel Yearty. Yearty and
fellow commissioner Tony
Parker were suspended
from office in November after
being indicted on federal
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B-1 Perry'News-Herald March 13-14,2009


Gymnasts representing dozens of gyms from around the region competed here Feb. 21-22 to qualify for the
upcoming state championship to be held in May at Wide World of Sports in Disney World.


300 seek to qualify for state competition



1,500 attend gymnast meet


During a two-day state
qualifier competition held here
Feb. 21-22, Taylor Gymnastics
hosted more 1,500 guests,
including 300 gymnasts from
around the region hoping to
advance to the state
championships.
The state event will be held
in May at Wide World of Sports


in Disney World.
"This year we have four new
girls who received the
opportunity to perform at home
for their local friends and
family," Booster Club
President Nikki Viola said.
"The Level 2 girls all
performed an outstanding
routine, proving they are all


Spring Break Extravaganza

campto be held at NFCC
North Florida Community College's Community
Education department is offering the "perfect" spring break
escape for area K4-6th grade students at its Spring Break
Extra\aganza Camp March 30 through April 3. The camp
\% ill run daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on NTCC's main campus
mn MNadion.
Participants iill join other area children in the %%eek-long
camp. offering games. crafts and actit ites. Camp \\ ill be lead
by Danyel Williams and held at NFCC's Career and Technical
Education Center, building 13 in room 129.
Pre-registration is required by March 19 for participation.
Please bring a cop) of your child's/children's Social Security
and health insurance cards. Cost per camper is $80 plus an
additional- $20 -supply-fee. -For more information contact
Suzie Godfrey, NFCC Community Education, at 1850) 973-
9453 or email communitlved@Cnfcc.edu.


ready for a state competition.
"The local Modified
Optional and Level 7 girls truly
left the audience in awe over
their performance," she said.
"After all, they are only 2-3
levels away from college
level."
Local Level 7 gymnast Kinzi
Mattingly swept the meet with
a first place in all around, as
well as vault, uneven bars,
balance beam and the floor.
Alison Robert placed first floor
and second in the all around.
Among the Level Modified
Optional gymasts, Kaylynr
Wright placed first on Iloor,
vault, beam and the all around.
as well as second on the uneven
bars. Maria Mitchell received
first place on beam,; ;dong with
second place on vault and in the
all around.
Georgie Sanabria receded
third place on the uneven bars
and in the all around. Summer
Thomas was awarded second
on the balance beam. Nlickaela
hiddenon placed second pl.ice
.on \ault and floor Alexis
Burkett took second place on
\ault and third on une\en bars,


floor and the all around.
Casey Viola came in third on
vault and fourth in the all.
around. Jenny Jackson placed
third on the vault, second in the
all around and first place on the
beam and floor.
The 9.0 Club was started a
few years ago in the local gym
by the Booster Club and owner
Lisa Arrowood.
"This is just a bragging right
the girls earn throughout the
competition season," Viola
said. "It is hung up on the wall
in the gym for everyone to
see."
Joining and adding to the 9.0
club for this meet were: Allison
TovYles. ault, 9.2, uneven bars,
9.275. beam 9.0; Ceven Kidd,
vault, 9.375, beam 9.0, floor
90: Mailashia White, vault,
9.2; Alexis Gorby, vault, 9.225;
Alison Roberts, vault, 9.025;
Ka l1 n \\'right. floor. 9.25; and
Jenny Jackson, floor, 9.075.


Taylor County was well represented among those
taking'the podium when it was time to award medals
at the conclusion of the state qualifying meet. In
addition to the many first, second and third place
finishes, seven girls added their names to the 9.0
club, earning them "bragging rights," according to
Booster Club President Nikki Viola. Many of the local
girls will, compete at the state championship in
May.


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arrives on the big screen


There are two graphic novels from the 1980s
which are generally credited with the large scale
shift in U.S .comics over the past two decades
to darker and grittier tales about our favorite
superheroes.
The first was Frank Miller's "The Dark Knight
Returns," which picks up Batman's story 10
years after he retired following the death of
Robin. Released in early 1986, several aspects
of the story were incorporated into last year's
blockbuster success, "The Dark Knight."
The second graphic novel, considered by many
of its fans as one of the best ever written, was Alan
Moore's "Watchmen."
Originally released
as a mini-series
between late 1986 and
early 1987, Hollywood
producers have been
4 trying, unsuccessfully,
to adapt Moore's story
into a movie since the
beginning.
In fact, the movie
has beei in production
so long, according to
IMDB's trivia, list,
only one of the seven
principal actors in the
film was even in the
business when the
efforts first began.
Over the past 22
years, such directors
as Darren Aronofsky,
Paul Greengrass and
Terry Gilliam were .at
one point or another
attached to direct, the
Last one lamenting
that "-Watchmen" was
S"unfilmable."
Following his success on the adaptation of
Miller's "300," however, Warner Bros. enlisted
director Zack Snyder to take over the project in
2006. Two and a half years later, we finally have
the film adaptation of "Watchmen" in theaters.
Unlike"TheDarkKnightReturns,""Watchmen"
does not include any existing characters in DC
Comics' wide pantheon of crimefighters. Instead,
Moore used his own creations, filling in their.
backstory in a series of supplemental materials:
--including a fake autobiography, newspaper,-
articles and classified military documents.
"Watchmen," the novel and movie, is set in an
alternate 1985, in which, decades earlier, a number
of masked vigilantes took to the streets to fight
crime their own way. In the film, a spectacularly
produced opening credits sequence fills in the
blanks from the original 1930s vigilantes (or
masks, as they're called) to 1985.
We find that thanks to the world's only true
superhero, Dr. Manhattan, America won the
Vietnam War, leading President Richard Nixon to
win five straight elections. All is not right in this
world, however, as growing dissatisfaction from
police departments over the sanctioned actions
of the vigilantes led to a nationwide strike, which
resulted in the masks being banned.
Also, tensions between the USSR and America
are now heating to a boiling point, and the threat
of nuclear war is in the headlines' every day.
Into this chaos, we witness a single murder,
that of Edward Blake, aka The Comedian (Jeffrey
Dean Morgan). Investigating the murder is
Rorschach (Jackie Earle Haley), the only active
mask left after the ban. Although Blake's identity
as The Comedian was secret, Rorschach becomes
convinced someone is trying to take out the
former Watchmen, as the masks were collectively
known. As Rorschach continues his investigation,
he relays his concerns to his fellow Watchmen: the
Batman-like Nite Owl (Patrick Wilson), who has
a multitude of gadgets of his own creation; Silk
Spectre (Malin Akerman), the daughter of one of
the original masks who is now in a relationship
with Manhattan (Billy Crudup); and Ozymandias
(Matthew Goode), the self-titled smartest man in
the world.
As the threat of 'nuclear war continues to
escalate and Rorschach gathers additional clues,
the "who" behind the conspiracy turns out to be
less important than "why" someone would want
the former crimefighters out of the way.
While many of the original "Watchmen" fans
are now in their 30s and 40s, the book has seen
countless reprints over the past 20 years. In 2005,
Time listed "Watchmen" as one of "the. 100
best English-language novels from 1923 to the
present." It was the only graphic novel to make
the list.
So, there were many eyes watching Snyder's
production to see how closely the movie would
stay to the source. In the end result, it's stunning
Show close the movie does portray the graphic
novel, not only in the plot and settings, but also
down to the dialogue, and, in some cases, the
exact same shots.


The only major change--other than material 'cut
for time--is with the ending. Although the movie
ends with the same result, the mechanism through
which it reaches that result is different. Overall, I
was pleased with how they fit it in.
At two hours, 43 minutes, the film is able
to include many of the fan's favorite scenes,
down to a casual conversation early in the story
between Nite Owl and Silk Spectre over dinner at
a restaurant. It's a simple scene, but as a fan of the
comic, it was a reassuring moment to show that,
yes, the' production crew really did care about
keeping it true.
One problem with
watching a movie
based on material
you're very familiar
with, it's hard
sometimes to decide
whether the adaptation
sufficiently explains its
story or if you're just
filling in the gaps with
previous knowledge.
A good example was
"Harry Potter and the
Prisofier of Azkaban,"
which I felt left some
important elements out'
that caused confusion
among those who
hadn't read the b :book.
I spoke with a friend
sometime later and he
confirmed my fears, as
he had not understood
the characters'
motivations in the
climatic conclusion.
1 4 YtAk'dL of
"Witchmen," t was
pretty confident that it had done its job so that
fans and non-fans alike could follow its complex,
multi-generational story. But I couldn't be sure.
Fortunately, I talked with another friend earlier
this week who had watched the film last weekend,
but has never read the comic. Again, he agreed
with me, saying that he had easily followed the
film's story and felt he had been given adequate
information. Another point for the "Watchmen"
crew.
"Watchmen" was always a multi-layered story
with a number of themes prevalent throughout.
One of Moore's original purposes was to take the
whole the entire superhero genre and turn it on
its head, something he never would have been
able to do with the more established characters at
DC. What we get, which is brought through to the
movie, is a "warts and all", look at our heroes. Why
would someone with almost unlimited money
really dress up as an owl and start bloodying the
noses of purse snatchers? What kind of pressure
does the daughter of one of the famous masks feel
to walk, literally, in her mother's shoes? Where do t
you go when you own superhuman abilities begin
to sever your connections to your humanity?
When do the constant horrors you witness
finally take their toll on your already fragile
psyche? Who would be willing to do anything to
shape the future if they thought it would save the
world?
While Moore preemptively wrote off this
movie--his previously bad experiences with
,the adaptations of his works led him to request.
his name not be added anywhere in the credits
and that he receive no money from its grosses
--the story he wrote, in my opinion, has made a
successful transition.
Unfortunately, however, the friends I spoke
with about "Watchmen" had some of the same
complaints about the film that I did. Firstly,
some of the violence in "Watchmen" was totally
gratuitous to the point of being distracting. It
wasn't necessary for the story to see exactly
how much bloody damage each punch delivered,
and it took me out of the story in several scenes.
Also, one of the main points of "Watchmen" is
that without the exception of Dr. Manhattan,
the rest of the Watchmen are supposed to be
regular people who decide to put on masks and
fight crimes. Along with the violence, a lot of the
action is over the top, with our heroes taking very
little damage most of the time. The fact that they
get hurt in the "line of duty" is 'part of what makes
them so interesting.
There were also some pacing issues, and a
few questionable song choices, but overall,
Snyder and his team have created one of the most
amazing and faithful adaptations I can recall. The
entire crew deserves a lot of credit for taking a
work once deemed "unfilmable" and making a
truly rememberable movie.
I went into "Watchmen" with high expectations,
in almost every aspect, it exceeded them.
Note to parents: While this film is based on a
"comic book," is it definitely not for kids. Heed
the rating, which is R for strong graphic violence,
sexuality, nudity and language.


Join Charlie Bucket in his
adventurous tour of Willy
Wonka's world-famous
Chocolate Factory with the
Young Actors Theatre's
production of the family
classic.
"With fantastic sets and


MARCH 12-15 MARCH 15


The Irish Repertory Theatre's
production of the Irish playwright
Sean O'Casey play, "Red Roses
for Me," will be presented in a
dramatic reading directed by
Richard Fallon and Chuck Olsen
at Tallahassee Little Theatre
(1861 Thomasville Rd.). Noted
Tallahassee actors will appear
alongside on-stage musicians to
explore the realities, humor and
pathos of early Dublin. Showtimes
are Thursday-Saturday at 8 p.m.
with a Sunday matinee at 2 p.m.
Tickets are available by calling
850-224-8474; prices are $12 in
advance or $15 at door.
MARCH 13-15,19-23
The Young Actors Theatre
presents "Charlie and the
Chocolate Factory." Follow.
Augustus, Violet, Veruca, Mike
TV, Grandpa Joe, Willy Wonka
and Charlie himself, as they
discover the true meaning of
teamwork, self-confidence and
self-esteem. Tickets are $14 for
children (12 and under); $16
for students seniors; and $18
for adults and are available by
calling 850-386-6602. The Young
Actors Theatre is located at 609
Glenview Drive in Tallahassee.
For more information, visit www.
youngactorstheatre.com.


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concert of the season at 4 p.m.
in Lee Hall Auditorium on the
Florida A&M University campus.
The concert will include works
by Franz von Suppe, Mozart, R.
Vaughan Williams and Vivaldi.
Admission if free and the event is
open to the public.
MARCH 16
The Salzburg Chamber
Soloists will be in concert at the
Thomasville Cultural Center at
8 p.m. Salzburg's celebrated
ensemble of string players will
perform a Haydn symphony and
Mozart's Luminous "Sinfonia
Concertate." Tickets are $35 for
adults and $15 for students. For
more information, call 229-226-
7404 or visit www.tefconcerts.
com.
MARCH 22
The Tallahassee Artist Series
presents the Prima Trio at 2:30
p.m. In Lee Hall Auditorium
on the Florida A&M University
campus. The trio will perform
Mozart's Trio for Clarinet, Viola
and Piano in E flat, K 498
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from "Eight Pieces for Clarinet,
Viola and Piano, Opus 83" by


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dynamic lighting, this is a feast
for the eye and a treat for the
entire family,"' Director Robert
A. Stuart said.
Follow Augustus, Violet,
Veruca, Mike T.V, Grandpa
Joe, Willy Wonka and Charlie
himself, as they discover the


Florida Wine Festival will celebrate

Brogan Museum's 10th anniversary


In celebration of The Mary
Brogan Museum of Art and
Science's 10-year anniversary,
The Florida Wine Festival
of 2009 will highlight The
Brogan Museum's dedication
"to innovative art and science
experiences."
The seventh annual event
will take place on Friday and
Saturday, March 20 and 21.
A reception will begin March
20 at 7 p.m., where attendees
.will experience a night "under
the stars" as they stroll through
Kleman Plaza tasting fine wine,
enjoying an assortment of food
from event restaurants, perusing
the silent auction--featuring
jewelry, Wine, specially crafted
wine glasses by famous local
artists, and works by the
"Jungle Friends" (art created by


primates).
More than 5,000 are expected
for the family-friendly free
community-wide celebration
on March 21. Visitors to
downtown Kleman Plaza will
enjoy great food from featured
restaurants, hands-on activities
for children and free live
performances by area musicians
and artists throughout the day,
from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday's event will begin
with a celebrity grape stomping
competition, with last year's
winning team (The City of
Tallahassee Police Department)
defending their title to the
raucous sounds of FAMU's
Marching 100.
For more information, visit
www.thefloridawinefestival.
com.


true meaning of teamwork, self-
confidence and self-esteem.
"Roald Dahl's classic
gives us insight and a special
understanding of other people
as the characters and audience
experience a chocolate-candy
fantasy," Stuart said.
Transferring a well known
story from page to stage is
always a challenge, but when
many audiences are influenced
by cinematic interpretations,
the transfer can be even more
difficult.
"From the beginning we knew
that our version of this heart-
warming story wouldn't have
all the animation and computer
inspired technical elements
that appeared in the recent film
adaptation, so we committed
our design teams to creating a
delicious and visually dynamic
production," Stuart said.'
"We use all conventions of
theatre to create magic and
wonderment, some which are
simple but effective as well.
On our journey we have our
audience use their imagination
to experience the wonder of
Willy Wonka."
The Young Actors Theatre is
located at 609 Glenview Dr. in
Tallahassee.
Tickets are $14 for children
(12 and under); $16 for students
seniors and $18 for adults. They
can be reserved by calling the
theatre box office at 850-386-
6602.
The production opens
tonight. Performances will
be held March 13-14 and 19-
22 at 7:30 p.m. with Sunday
matinees on March 15 and 22 at
2 p.m.
Young Actors Theatre, one
of the oldest independent
youth theatre programs in the
country, is celebrating its 33rd
consecutive year of training and
production:


Bruch, 'Trio for Clarinet, Violin
and Piano" by Khachaturian,
Stravinsky's "I'Histoire du Soldat"
and Schickele's "Serenade for
Three "Tickets ($30 for adults and
$10 for students) are available
online at www.tickets.fsu.edu or
by calling 850-224-9934.


MARCH 28
The international Irish music
phenomenon, Celtic Woman,
will play in Tallahassee at 8 p.m.
at the Tallahassee-Leon County
Civic Center as part of their 2009
"Isle of Hope" tour. Tickets (priced
at $72.50, $49.00 and $38.75)
are available by calling 800-322-
3602 or visiting www.ticketmaster.
com. For more information, visit
www.tlccc.org.


MARCH 14
The Tallahassee Irish Society
presents the inaugural
Tallahassee Irish Festival,,
beginning at 10 a.m. at the -
Tallahassee Antique Car
Museum. The event will include
Irish music, crafts and food.
The 10th annual Saint Patrick's
Parade will begin at 1 p.m. For
more information, visit www.
irishtallahassee.org.


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Mail your name, address and a check for
TaCO Tilmes $35 (in county) or $49 (out of county) to News-Herald
P.O. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348


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B-4 Perry News-Herald March 13-14, 2009


Computer and desk chair $250. Sewing
machine in cabinet $75; and lots more.
Friday and Saturday. 17398 East Royal
Oak Dr. Leisure Retreats. Turn left on
Red Oak and right on Royal Oak.
Double wide blue trailer.
3/11-3/13


Great Family Yard Sale Saturday at
3182 Wells Drive. 8 a.m. 3 p.m. Down
Woods Creek Rd turn on Paul Poppell
Rd., then take first hard road to the
right (Wells Drive). There are items for
the home, yard, camping and much
more. We will not take checks, all of the
yard sale items will be sold to the first
buyers with cash.
3/11-3/13
YARD SALE: Leisure Retreat, 18100 E.
Royal Oak Drive. Tools, torch kit, crafts,
power equipment, table-top band saw,
belt sander, jig saw, exercise equip.,
office desks, housewares, 3-car hauler,
1987 Chevy Monte Carlo SS, Beach
Road left onto Live Oak & follow signs.
March 13-15 & March 20-22.
3/11-3/20
Yard/ Bake Sale
1352 Hwy. 98 West. Westside Women's
Ministry. 8 a.m. until. Saturday.
3/13

We Buy
Gold, Silver
Silver Coins
Old Paper Money
Don't sell your
Old Jewelry
at a yard sale!
Bring it to South House for
TOP DOLLAR!!


Yard Sale Saturday 7 a.m. -1 p.m. 2348
Golf Course Road. Dining room set,
clothes of all sizes, toys, computers,
etc.
3/13
Huge Yard Sale 115 Grove Ave. behind
Pizza Hut. Large size women's clothes.
Cancel if it rains.
3/13
Yard Sale 513 East Lafayette Street
starting at 8:00, furniture,
entertainment center; girls clothes, 2T,
3T, 4T; shoes(G) 7, 8, 9; household
items; bath items; party goods; girl/boy
toys; and miscellaneous; beds and
playpens etc.,
3/13
Multi-Family Yard Sale at A Cut Above
Salon. 628 S. Jefferson St. Saturday.
3/13


First United Methodist Church Annual
Indoor Yard Sale. Furniture, clothes and
treasures galore! Proceeds to benefit
Relay for Life and other youth projects.
8 a.m. -12 noon. Saturday.
3/13


Saturday, March 14th 8 a.m. 1. p.rri.
Spring Cleaning Timel 2-Family Yard
Sale off Hwy. 27. 1/4 mile before Foley
Cutoff Rd. Take a right down Dorman
Peacock Rd. 2nd house on. left,
Women's, men's, Jr's little girl, boy, and
baby girl name brand clothes.
Comforter sets, with sheets,
bedspreads, decorative pillows, lampSi
candle holders, cordless phones,
Verizon cell phone, curtains, household
items, rugs, some dishes, knick-
knacks, pictures, purses (some Vera
Bradley) shoes, baby items, toddler bed
rail, exersaucer, car seat, play gym,
buggy cover, toys, DVD's CD's, video
games, furniture, captains, twin bed
- with drawers, 2 dressers, wood filing
cabinet, bookshelf, desk, love seat. For
the guys truck toolbox, set of 4 mud
tires less than 100 miles 39-12.50-16,
tools and lots more come and see.
3/13
Garage Sale Saturday 8 a.m. until.
Lots of stuff. 307W. High St. 584-7829,
3/13
Is your computer slow? Service &
Sales of new and used computers.
Service available in your home
business. 838-1683.
1/01 PC

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Heavy Duty Tow Dolly. Electric brakes,
swivel ramps and tie down straps. Very
good condition..Please call 584-4166.
3/4-3/13
Kid's Kaboodle, now open! Children's
clothing and accessories. Video games.
111 1/2 East Green Street. 843-5325.
3/6-3/18
New 350-watt electric 3 and 4 wheel
mobility scooters starting at, $495.
ATV's, Go-Karts & Motor Scooters. We
repair most makes and models. Also,
tires and tubes for ATV's. Perry
Scooters 1302 N. Jefferson St. Phone
371-1432.
3/13-6/12
$169 Queen Pillowlop mattress &.box.
Manufacturer wrapped, full warranty.
222-7783. Delivery available.
3/13GCN2
$499 Microfiber living room matching:
set, Still. in crate never: used. Can,
deliver. 545-7112.
3/13GCN2
100% Leather Sofa & loveseat, must
sell, $799 never used, in crates. 425-
8374. Delivery avail.
3/13GCN2 ;


Open to the Public
For more information,
call 584-3208


Hot Dogs &

Soft Drinks
FOR
SALE


FREE

Blueberry Pancake

Breakfast


You are invited to our
Annual Sales Event




850-838-9090 U.S. Hwy. 19 S.


6-pc. Solid wood sleigh bedroom set.
New. English Dovetail drawers. $699.
Delivery available 222-7783.
3/13GCN2
7-pc. King size bedroom set. Solid
wood, dovetailed' drawers. New still in
boxes. Worth $4k .give. away $1299.
Can deliver. 425-8374.
3/13GCN2 ,
Brand new king plushtop mattress Set,
$269. Still in plastic and warranty. Can
deliver. 545-7.112'
3/13QCN2
Casual Dining Room Table with 4
chairs. Solid Wood, band new. $299.
425-8374.
3/13GCN2
Full $139 mattress w/matching, base.
Brand new with warranty. 222-7783.
3/13GCN2
New Queen Orthopedic Pillbwtop
mattress, set in sealed plastic
w/warranty. Sacrifice. $249. Can deliver.
222-9879.
3/13GCN2
Slides by Sarah
"'A Special gift for a special occasion!"
Get those old photographs out of the
closet and onto your television set by
letting me create a memory video.
www.slidesbysarah.com
850-371-0308 or email
slidesbysarah@yahoo.com.
2/18tfnSW
Computer repair. New and used
computers with your data transfer
included. Repairs available at your
home or business. 838-1683.
10/24PC.


Male Chihuahua, 13 weeks old. Need
to sell (can't take care of) $300. Call
843-1872 Lynn.
3/4-3/13'

Free Labrador puppies to a good home,.
Ask for Josh or Liz at 584-9682 or 672-
9527.
2/27tf

If you're looking for a pet, be sure to
check the Taylor County Animal Shelter
at 838-3525
12/19tfHH

Jack Russell Terrier Puppies
I have 1 male and 1 female med. sized
and one male Shortyy" left, Only $150.
Call Melissa 843-4978
3/13t1f

SFree 8 month old chocolate lab:Ask for
SBilly.843-1553.
;' 3/11-8/13


Small ads...big deals!


Adorable Dachshund puppies.
Wormed, shots, health certificates.
Males, only 2 left. 1 black and tan, 1
brown and tan. $250 584-4455.
3/11-3/13
Miniature Horse and harness for sale.
Very gentle and pulls cart good. Call
584-7949.
3/13



If you have lost a pet, be sure to check
the Taylor County Animal Shelter at
838-3525
12/19tfHH



Need Cash?
Got Junk?
Got Junk Cars, Truck?
I buy Scrap Metals!!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
2/7ffRC
I am wanting to buy a Rainbow Vacuum
Cleaner. Call Zilah at 584-7972.
3/11tfA2Z




Hurry Free Down Payment money, do it
now!!! Prestige Home Centers, Inc.
800-477-2492 13771 NW Hwy. 19 -
Chiefland
2/25tfPH

Too many kids and not enough rooms?
We have 4 bedrooms starting @
$55,995!!! Call Prestige Home Centers
352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-2492.
12/12tfPH

Lots & Lots of Repos Call us 800-
477-2492.
12/12tfPH

Looking for yopur 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.
12/12tfPH

NO DOWN PAYMENT for land owners
(even if, you still owe money on your
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Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
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Yard Sale Tools
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Taking applications for 2 BR/1 Ba
mobile Home. Fully furnished, no
smoking. No pets, will accept 1 very
small child. Has lots of shading, nice
yard, patio utility shed. References
required. Call for application. 584-4366.
3/13-3/25
For Rent 3 BR/2 Bath, appliances.
Roberts Aman Road. 2 acres, $750 mo.
No pets, very clean. 578-2240.
3/11-3/20
Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
Rental assistance available. HUD
vouchers accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC &
non- HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon.-Thurs.
Call 850-584-8111. TDDITTY 711. 315
Puckett Rd, Perry, Fl, 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
5/2tfnSV
Whispering Pines Mobile Home Park
now taking application for one 2 BR/1
Bath Mobile Home total electric central
H/air and one 3 BR/2 bath mobile home
total electric central H/air. Application
and reference required. Call 584-3889.
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$66,995. Call Prestige Home Centers
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House for Rent 3 Bed/2 bath on 5
acres in city limits. Apartment for rent.
1317 S. Center St. Call for application.
584-4678.
2/6-4/1
Taking applications for rental 3 BR 2
bath located in Everett's Mobile Home
Park. $300 deposit and monthly rent of
$625. Water, sewer and garbage
included in rent. Must apply in person.
References are required. No phone
calls. Apply in person Monday through
Wednesday. Ask for Ms. Betty.'
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House for Rent 602 Veterans Dr. 2
bedroom/1 bath, big back yard. $595
rent plus $595 deposit. Call Rick at
(850)843-8524.
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New/upstairs flooring (new stove and
refrigerator to be installed); freshly
painted throughout and pressure
washed; 4 BR/2 Ba, country estate with
great room, 2 car garage and carport.
Just outside city limits near Winn Dixie,
K-Mart and Walmart. Contact
Professional Realty of Perry. 850-584-
5844.
2/25-4/17
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from monthly $545
required $45 deposit, $165 weekly or
$40 daily tax included. 317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-843-8524.
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Steinhatchee Place Resort Furnished
1 and 2 bedroom Condos for Rent.
$550-$675. Included in price Water,
cable, internet and hot tub in
Steinhatchee. Call 1-352-498-7740.
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Westgate Rooms available for rent.
- Refrigerator, -microwave,- -TV-w/eabler
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly $40 daily, $545 per month. RV
sites $19 daily, $70 weekly, $250
monthly. Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-843-8810.
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Woodridge Apartments!!
3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments now available. Rental
assistance may be available to qualified
applicants. HUD vouchers considered.
Equal Housing Opportunity. Office
hours are 8:00 5:00 Mon. Thurs. Call
850-584-5668.709 W. Church St. Perry,
FL 32348. TDD 711
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For Rent or Sale: Double wide 2
bedrooms, 2 baths, nice. $650 mo. First
and last months rent. 850-584-8331
3/11-3/13
For Rent 3 BR/2 Bath 1st and last
months' rent, plus deposit, $650. No
pets. Also, small mobile homes in park,
prices vary. No pets. 223-3227. Leave
phone # for apartment. HUD accepted,
none located in town.
3/11tfLK
Clean 2 bed/ 1 bath mobile home with
large carport, just in city limits. $500 per
month, 1st and last + $250 sec. 727-
433-4514.
3/11-3/13
Single wide mobile home 2 bedroom 1
bath. $550 mo. $550 sec. very nice. No
pets. Call 584-6256 or 843-1301.
3/13-3/20


Price Reduced: 3 BR house in Perry,
city limits. Close to Wal-Mart. Apx. 1234
sq ft. $39,995. Call 352-463-6247.
2/20-3/18
Houses for sale!
602 N. Jefferson St., 5 bed/2 bath =
2319 sq. ft.; 113 Lewis Drive, 3 Bed/2
Bath = apx. 2000 sq. ft., 5 acres; 602 W.
Bacon St. = $22,000, 3 Bed/ 1 Bath;
1605 N. Calhoun St. = 3 bed/2 bath.
Call 584-4678
2/6-3/27
For Sale By Owner 7 one acre lots.
Use your tax return as down payment
to buy lot of your choice. $15k to $25k.
Corner of Fair Rd. and W. Page Rd.
Paved street. Owner financing. 1-828-
301-6308.
3/11-4/3
Owner Financing 1/2 acre of land with
16x80 2006 Clayton Mobile Home. 3
BR/2 Ba. Ready for occupancy
10%down. Payments around $575 mo.
Call 584-7094, ask for Danny
3/13tfPHC

24 Hour All Cash Business
Must sell, out-of-town owner
All cash open 24/7, 365 days per year
Only takes part-time work to operate
If equipment were purchased new,
would cost over $200K.
Will sell operation for $55,000.
Call 386-965-3325 or 386-719-7390
Land for sale, 221 Northl 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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Land for sale:
1 lot on Cedar Island
1.42 acres (beach area)
1 lot with single wide mobile home
(beach area.)
For more information please call
Frances Edwards or Terri Collins at
223-7100.
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1982 18' Ranger Bass Boat, 225 HP
Mercury O.B. and trailer. Recent
interior. Great shape $3,000. 672-0366
3/4-3/13
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2 covers, 2 personal coolers and a
large cargo box. Both jet skis on one
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gas. Power windows, power locks, 25k
miles. $6,500. Call Larry anytime at
584-5317.
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1998 Dodge Caravan $2500.00. Fresh
white paint, reconditioned many new
parts. Transmission rebuilt by
dealership. 3.0 liter gray interior two
sliding doors cold a/c power windows,
locks seven passenger. Bud Chute
850-838-1168
3/13

2003 F-150 XLT Bright Red, 4 Doors,
Gray Interior (Excellent Condition), V8
( 22 MPG on the Hwy. ), AM/ FM
Single CD Sound System, Power
Windows, Power Door Locks, Power
Steering, Power Brakes, 40/20/40
Front seat / Full Back Seat, 102,000
Road Miles only, Rear Bed Liner,
$6,500.00. Call 850-584-4276 after
6:00 p.m.
3/13

1998 Camaro Z28 black with T-Top;
automatic, AC, power windows/locks
and remote access, $6200. Call 584-
7722 or 843-2196 or 584-1155 for
more information.
3/11-3/20

1994 Chevrolet 4x4, black, V6, 5
speed, cold A/C, $3,800. Call
584-5990 or 838-7484.
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1999 Dodge Conversion Van. TV, like
new in and out. $3995 OBO 125k
miles. Ph. Fred 584-7572.
3/4-3/13
1976 F150 4x4 AT, PS, PB. Runs and
drives..Needs engine repairs. Very little
rust. $1500. Call 672-0366.
3/4-3/13




Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS (5627)
Charming Community/ Great Work
Environment
Corhpetitive Compensation Package
FT Water/Waste water Treatment
Operations
Valid FL C water or waste water
treatment certification required; dual
certification strongly preferred. Willing
to consider experienced individual with
FL C certification in drinking water
treatment and allow one year to obtain
FL C waste water treatment.
Experience in all aspects of
water/waste water & distribution/
collection systems required.
FT Groundskeeper
Residential community; prior
experience in residential and
commercial lawn care a plus; valid
Florida DL required.
Benefits include health, dental, life,
disability, savings, AFLAC
supplemental policies, access to on-
site daycare and fitness facilities. EOE;
Drug Free Workplace, Criminal
background checks required. Apply in
person at ACV Personnel Department
Mon. through Fri., 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.,
Carter Village Hall, 10680 Dowling
Park Drive, Dowling Park, FL; fax
resume to (386) 658-5160; or visit
www.acvillage.net
3/11-3/20ACV


Badcock Home Furniture and More is
looking for a set-up and delivery
person. Must be 21 years old with good
license. Apply in person.
2/18tfBC
Avon needs Reps in this area!! Start
the New Year right! Start your own
business. Only $10 start up kit. Earn
50%. Avon Buy or Sell. Call BJ Cannon
at 850-843-2605 or 850-584-6289.
2/25-3/27
Looking for experienced refrigeration
technicians and HVAC installers. Must
have clean driving record. Drug Free
Workplace. Call 584-3626.
3/11tfAR
Taylor Co. Board of County
Commissioners
ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER $9.31
- $10.48 hr. DOQ
MOSQUITO SPRAYING TRUCK
DRIVER/OPERATOR (seasonal/part-
time) $8.04-$9.05 hr. DOE
DAY CAMP COUNSELOR -
seasonal/part time) $7.25 hr. -,range
depending on education level
ROLL OFF SITE ATTENDANT
(occasional call in) = $7.21 no benefits.
Job descriptions and applications can
be obtained from
www.taylorcountygov.com or
Employment Connections Mobile Unit
located in the K-Mart Parking Lot on
Wednesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. 4
p.m. Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners is an EOE, VP, DT,
background check employer.
3/11tfBCC


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low rates, free estimate.
850-584-6574.
3/13-4/8

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Licensed and insured. Free estimates.
We also grind stumps. Call today 838-
1280. Firewood for sale.
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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
Concrete patios, walkways, side
walks, all types of repairs. Also we
have historical red brick for all the
above. Cell 838-6077 Home 584-2270.
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Garden Tilling Service. Get your
garden ready for spring. 584-7949.
3/11

Lisa's Affordable House
Cleaning Home or office, reliable and
dependable, 20% off 1st cleaning.
References upon request. Call for free
estimates. 850-584-6209
3/6-4/3


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.
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NEED HELP? Excellent TLC for your
elderly. Cooking, shopping, light
cleaning. 17 years experience.
References available. 584-5165 leave
message or 843-4355.
2/25-3/27
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Upgrades, new, or used computer
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Emergency response available. 838-
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Notice of Workshop
The Big Bend Water Authority
announces a workshop, to which all
persons are Invited. The workshop will
be held on Thursday, March 26, 2009,
beginning at 5:00 p.m. The purpose
of the workshop is to review the
financial condition of the Big Bend
Water Authority, The workshop-will be
held at the Big Bend Water Authority,
which Is located at 1313 First Avenue.
SE, Steinhatchee, Florida. The
workshop will be conducted without
public Input. More Information may
be obtained by contacting Jo Hiers
at 352-498-3576..'
3/13 -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR. TAYLOR COUNTY,-
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No. 09-044-CP
In Re: The Estate of .
HELEN BRADBURY REAMS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
HELEN BRADBURY REAM'S, deceased,
whose date of death was October
27, 2008; File Number 09-044-CP is
pending In the Circuit Court for Taylor
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which Is Post ,Office Box
Iq 62d0,'Pel ?frFffftl 323-1'8'Thi nai"'t',
and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representatives attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedentis estate,
on whom a copy of this notice has
been served, must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent'
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedentis estate
.mut 'file their 61alms with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED:
The date of first publication of this
notice Is: MARCH 6, 2009.
SMITH &,SMITH
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, P.A.
MICHAEL S. SMITH
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bar No. 169621
P.O. Drawer 579
Perry, Florida 32348
Telephone: (850) 584-3812
Fax: (850) 584-7148
DARLENE BURKE
Personal Representative
11314 Sylvan Green Lane
Riverview, FL 33569
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