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Title: Perry news-herald
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Language: English
Creator: Perry News-Herald
Publisher: Perry News-Herald (Perry, FL)
Place of Publication: Perry, Fla
Publication Date: April 24, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 29, no. 32 (Oct. 9, 1958)-
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-Al


tews Forum




The Sew-rats oF Soil


Stewardship Week
The Taylor County Soil and
Water Conservation Board
encourages residents "to
remember our dependence on
our natural resources" during the
2009 National Stewardship Week
April 26-May 3. The theme for
this year is "Dig It! The Secrets of
Soil".
"We can all celebrate by
attending to our part of these
precious resources. Plant a
flower, a tree, a shrub, even a
vegetable garden or just enjoy
the beauty of the natural
landscapes that are so abundant
in our area," officials said. "It is
such a blessing to plant in the
soil, then with tender care (and
some weed pulling) watch the
land produce abundantly. Just
DIG IT!"

Stelnhatchee says
good-bye to Goddard
Steinhatchee residents are
invited to a farewell dinner for
nurse Debbie Goddard.today
(Friday) at 6 p.m., at the
Steinhatchee Community Center.
"Please bring a covered dish
and visit with her for the evening.
She will be missed by all,"
organizers said.

Do you have what It
takes to be the first
"Perry Idol?"
As a fund-raiser for an
upcoming youth camp, Pisgah
Baptist Church is hosting a
"Perry Idol". competition ..tis.
Saturday, April 25, at Forest
S Capital Hall, starting at 6 p,m.
General admission is $5. The
registration fee to perform is $10.
Drawings will also be held for a
digital photo frame, gas hedger,
Guitar Hero and much more.

Register now for
kindergarten
Perry Primary School will
hold registration for incoming
kindergartners Tuesday, May 5,
from 5:30-7 p.m.
Other registration sessions will
be held each Friday in May
(starting May 1) from 8:30-11
a m: and 12-2:30 p.m. at the
school.
Parents are reminded to bring
the needed documentation
including current physical and
immunization records; birth
certificates and Social Security
cards...
For more information, please
call 838-2506 or e-mail
angie.roberts@taylor.kl2.fl.us.

Summer Pre-K
enrollment open
Taylor County Pre-K ,is now
accepting applications for
summer voluntary Pre-K (VPK)
classes,
"If you have a child who will
enter kindergarten in August and
who is not currently enrolled in
the school year VPK program,
then your child is eligible to
attend the free Summer VPK
program offered at the Taylor
County Pre-K," school officials
said. Sessions begin June 8 and
continue through Aug. 3, from
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday
through Thursday. Breakfast and
lunch provided; transportation
will not be provided.

Legal help available
Representatives from Three
Rivers Legal S rvices will be at
the Taylor Cour~ty Public Library
Monday, April 27, from 12:30-
3:30 p.m. Call 1-800-495-0039
for an appointment.


Found in vacant home here



Bomb squad destroys grenade


The Big Bend Regional
Bomb Squad was called to
action here Wednesday
afternoon to investigate a hand
grenade discovered in a vacant
home off Houck Road.
The pineapple-type grenade
was found by a local real estate
agent inspecting the home
which was to be put on the


Stolen S-10

recovered;

1 arrested

for grand

theft auto
A vehicle stolen from
Macclenny was recovered
stuck in the mpd around
Adams Beach Wednesday and
the driver was arrested for
grand theft auto.
A concerned citizen reported
the incident to the Taylor,
County Sheriffs Office
Wednesday morning and,
Deputy Brian Hayden-
responded to the call.
Once on the scene, he found
Chlnstopher Randall Cole, 19,
of Macclenn., and another
juvenile with the vehicle .
A check of the vehicle
showed that it had been
reported stolen; Cole was
arrested and, during a search ot
his person, a controlled


market.
The agent contacted the
Taylor County Sheriffs Office,
Which dispatched a deputy to
the scene around 4:23 p.m.
"The deputy noted that some
modifications had been made to
the grenade, which raised
serious concerns. We contacted
the regional bomb squad out of


Tallahassee and they
responded," Capt. Ron Rice
said. "Bomb squad members
agreed with our concerns and it
was determined that the best
course of action would be to
detonate and destroy it.
The nearest place to do
that--safely--was the Perry-
Foley Airport, so we contacted


the Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA) and
diverted air traffic,
"A remote-controlled robot
was used to retrieve the
grenade, which was then
transported to the airport. Other
ordnance was used to then
destroy it," Rice said.
"Inert hand grenades are


commonly sold as
paperweights; however, the
modifications made to this
particular grenade warranted
concerns. In the end, we were
not able to determine if it was
'live,' but our actions really
were the best thing we could to
for the safety of everyone
involved."


Volunteers

sought for

two DMH

board seats
County and city officials are
seeking volunteers to fill two
vacant seats on the Doctors'
Memorial Hospital Board of
Directors.
Two county appointed
directors--Daryll Gunter and
Vance Howell--ha e resigned
recently citing business and
family obligations.
Commissioners appointed
Arthur Dewayne Lanier last
month to fill Gunter's seat,
using ap existing list of
applicants compiled last year,
After learning g that Howell
was stepping down from the
, board, commissioners
instructed county staff to begin
advertising for new applicants
due to the amount of time that
has passed since the original
list was compiled.


I ayior County 4-H-Extension Agent Lori Wiggins. "s dultswe bUeirriesiconUi I 'ii'L meIIo Jui


*. Please see page 8 impact that young people can make' .- 4. Please see page:8



County eyes Ideal Marina property


The Taylor County
Commission took another step
toward providing public access
to the Steinhatchee 1 River
Tuesday when it agreed to1
move forward with its intent to
apply for a state acquisition
grant, to purchase the former
Ideal Marina property.
The board held the second of


three required public hearings
Tuesday on the application,
unanimously agreeing to
continue with the project even
though it is not certain whether,
the state's Florida Forever
program will be funded by the
legislature this year:
According to County Grants
Coordinator Melod\ Cox, the


Cas t named


By SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Managing Editor
Wanda Cash opened up the
Taylor County Historical
Society, like she does on the


third Monday of every month.
She straightened the chairs,
cleared off the podium and put
on a pot of coffee.
The program that evenifig


would be presented by the Mu
Omega chapter of Beta Sigma
Phi.
Or so she thought.
Cash had been contacted by


county can appl, for up to 10
percent of the totall amount in
the Florida Community Trust
(FCT) program, which is part
of Florida Forever.
With the legislature still in
session, however, this year's
funding level has not been set,
with amounts between $40 and,
$50 million beihg discussed as


well as eliminating funding for
the program altogether, Cox
said.
The county has been
successful twice in the past two
years with its applications to
the Florida Community Trust
(FCT). program. The first,
approved in November 2007,
was for 44 acres adjacent to the


of


the


the sorority about a "Through
the Years" presentation, paying
tribute-to the 35 women in this
community who have been
recognized as Ladies of the


How many relatives can you fit in one picture? Wanda Cash, the 2009 Lady of the Year, was surrounded by
friends and family Monday night. See today's tribute to former honorees on Looking Back, page B 4.


Keaton Beach boat ramp, on
which the county closed in
December. The second, grant
was for the former Steinhatch-e
Fish Market property, which is
adjacent to the Ideal Marina
site. That grant is still in the
appraisal process.
'-* Please see page 5




Year'

Year since the tradition began
in 1972.
"That will be fine,", she said,
and she thought little more
about it except to be glad that
another program was arranged.
In the meantime, members of
the sorority--in concert with
members of Cash's family--
began preparations for a
program which-,after naming
the 35 previous honorees--
would announce that Cash was
the 2009 recipient.
Sorority members arrived
with tablecloths, trays of food,
arrangements of flowers and
chests of crushed ice.
Then historical society
members arrived.
Then former Ladies of the
Year arrived.
And when it was time for
President Wanda Cash to call
the historical society meeting to
order, she was astounded by the
great crowd which had
gathered.
After a joke, the pledge and a
prayer, the spotlight shifted to
Beta Sigma Phi, an
international sorority which
uses the Greek letters as its
name to emphasize the
importance of "life, learning
"-* Please see page 3


The Wizard of Oz p. B-2


Index
Living ...
Perry News-Herald Sports ...


Religion ..
Community


........A-4
........A-6
....... A-7
. .. .. B-1


Entertainment .....B-2
TV listings ........ B-3
Looking Back ..... B-4
Classifieds ......B-6


Weather
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Serving the TreeApril 24-2, 2009

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100 years of 4-H
Local 4-H members Meagan Mosley, Lesha Fletcher, Hunter Fletcher and Sarah Russell were among
more than 600 Florida members clad head-to-toe in green who converged on the state capitol April 14
to commemorate the youth organization's centennial anniversary. "This event, which was planned by the
4-H state youth council, helps give our youth the knowledge and skills to become informed citizens," said
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A-2 Perry News-Herald April 24-25, 2009

Military Actions


Jerri Coomes
Airman First Class Jerri Coomes, 22, deployed to
Osan, South Korea, on Feb. 7, 2009, for a two-year tour
of duty.
Prior to her deployment, Coomes was an airplane hydraulics
mechanic on the Talon, a troop and supply carrier, at Hurlburt
Field in Ft. Walton Beach.
In 2007, she completed a four-month tour in Afghanistan.
Coomes was active in JROTC for three years in high school and
enlisted in the Air Force shortly after graduating.
She is the daughter of Connie Coomes of Perry and J.R. Coomes
of Orlando.


Leonardra J. Brown


Leonardra J. Brown
Air Force Airman Leonardra J. Brown graduated from
basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio,
Texas.
The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program
that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force
core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and
skills.
She is the daughter of Velma and James Petty of Perry.
Brown graduated in 2005 from Taylor County High School and
received an associate degree in 2008 from Tallahassee Community
College.


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Former honorees gathered to honor 2009 Lady of the Year Wanda Cash; (left to
right) Deidra Newman, Melody Greene, Shuge Mangum, Patricia Lindsey, Helen
Houck, Cash, Catharin Norman, Linda Strickland and Vivian Sheffield.


Past honorees spotlighted


LADY OF THE YEAR
Continued from page 1
and friendship."
Chapter President Susan
Lincoln introduced sorority
members Hilda Armstrong,
Kristy Goodman, Allison
Bishop, Amy Knowles, Pat
Coker, Babs Barton, Valerie
Wiles, Lori Wiggins, Cheryl
Gregory and Dana Schwab.
Each shared their personal
history with members of the
historical society before the
"Through the Years"
presentation spotlighted
honorees from 1972 to 2008.
"I told Wanda Cash that we
weren't going to name a Lady
of the Year. this year," said
Lincoln. "Instead, we were
going to look back at the
previous 35.
"But that wasn't entirely
true," Lincoln admitted. "We
actually do have a honoree for
2009. Her children glow with
pride when they speak of their
mother as a compassionate
caregiver, a poll worker, a
librarian '1ri'0 a gnenaollogist.
The truth is, Wanda Cash is our
S 2009 recipient."
Suddenly, an ordinary


Monday night meeting became
extraordinary for the woman
called the "embodiment. of the
Taylor County Historical.
Society."
Cash was applauded for her
extensive work which led to the
bound volume of "The Cash
Writings of Taylor County,"
paying homage to ,William
Thomnas Cash, a Taylor County
native and the State of Florida's
first librarian.
She took on this project after
the deaths of her husband,
Roscoe, and friend June
McLeod, both pillars in the
historical society.
"Her efforts in compiling
historical documents will serve
this county well for years to
come," said Lincoln.
"We think of our mother as a
compassionate caregiver--for
her father, for her father's
sisters, for Grandpa Tedder and
Grandma Tedder, for all of us
(five children) and our children
(nine grandchildren) and
the great grandchildren,
numbering 15,"(he daughters
"When Mama worked at the
public library, she was also
mother to five kids...she


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farmed...and she finished her
high school education. She
also drove the bookmobile and
enjoyed meeting people on her
travels--especially when she
was taking books to children
during the summer months. She
later worked at the high school
library where she really
enjoyed the kids--they helped
keep her young."
As family members talked, it
became clear that Mrs. Cash
has many loves: she loves to
read, she loves to garden, she
loves the Center Street Church
of God and is passionate about
the importance of voting. She
takes her role as poll worker
very seriously.
In conclusion, the 2009 Lady
of the Year was described as
"faithful, dedicated, loyal,
honest and hard-working. For
those reasons, and more, she is
this year's honoree."
Congratulations, Wanda
Cash.


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LLiving


Jim Towles, secretary of the Perry Shrine Club and
past potentate, presents a check to Barbara Jo Burns,
treasurer of the Perry Woman's Club which is a
member of the General Federation of Women's Clubs.


Wedding reminder
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God located on Highway 19 North.


New Arrival


Max Mauricio
Jimenez
J.C. and Laura Jimenez of
Perry announce the birth of
"ll A!,


Max Mauricio Jimenez


their son, Max Mauricio, on
March 12, 2009, at 7:27 a.m. in
the Birth Cottage in
Tallahassee. He weighed 6
pounds, 10 ounces, and was 19
inches long.
Maternal ,grandparents are
Donna and Dale Rowell, Mark
Crowley and Dr. Donna
Schippers of Perry. Maternal
great grandparents are John and
Phil Crowley of Canada, Lorin
and Susan Waitkus of
Pennsylvania.
Paternal grandparents are
J.C. and Gisele Jimenez of
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Perchy of Pembroke Pines.
The baby's paternal great
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I FARN


PWC plays

to win at

Shrine Club
The Perry Woman's Club
partnered with the Perry Shrine
Club for a special night of
Bingo on March 20.
Proceeds from the .games
totaled $400 and were
presented to the Woman's Club
to pass along to the Florida
Federation of Women's Club
for support of its president's
ongoing Heifer International
project.
"Heifer International is' a
charity that works to alleviate
hunger and poverty ,by
providing livestock, trees and
training to struggling families
around the world," explained
Barbara Burns, treasurer of the
PWC.
Perry Shrine Club has Bingo
every Tuesday night at the club
building, 1050 Courtney Rd.,
beginning at 6 and continuing
until 7. Shriners use their
proceeds to care for local
children who are crippled and
burned, transporting them to
Children's Shrine Hospitals. If
you know of a local child who
needs help, please contact Jim
Towles at 838-3488.
Gators deliver
goods May 16
The Taylor County Gator
Club is asking all Gator friends
and club members to deliver
contributions to Burns
Monument Company before
May 16 for distribution to
Refuge House.
The shelter has requested
full and twin size sheets,
towels, deodorant, soap,
toothpaste, toothbrushes, and
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A-4 Perry News-Herald April 24-25, 2009


7. By Deborah Shi/lffeh/


Thank heaven for the moderate rains these
days!
Initially, I didn't realize that the tiller actually
moved forward as it tilled, so after it cranked
right up...I dug a great big hole! But once I got
the hang of it, the tiller worked beautifully, and
my heart-shaped herb garden is planted. A
special thanks to Mr. Strickland and the boys
who did such a good and reasonable repair.
I had an idea for this week's column, but it
didn't turn out quite as I expected.
The Coffee Club
There are coffee groups in every town and
community--people (usually men) meeting early
in the morning to drink coffee, talk politics and
basically "solve the world's problems." Since I
was a child, I saw such a group gathering at the
Shady Grove store. Men (and now women) still
gather there today.
Week before last, I left a sign at the store
saying that I wanted to learn more about that
gathering and would bring coffee cake, buy the
coffee, and meet them at 6 a.m. this past Friday.
I woke at 3 a.m. to make a fresh and warm
cinnamon pecan coffee cake, and brew a
breakfast brew, loaded my car, and arrived at the
store a little after 6.
The Rattlesnake!
I was greeted by a coiled rattlesnake as I
stepped inside the store. With a scream and a
slight expletive--I quickly walked back out! Mr.
Joe, the new owner and another gentleman found
the stuffed snake prank very amusing indeed.
But, undaunted (once my heart began beating
again) I went back in.
You see, they are known as The Shady Grove
Council--comprised mostly of senior men.
Each morning at daybreak they can be seen
sitting on the porch swing, in the rocking chairs,
and on the antique bench in front of the old-time
gas pumps that still dispense gasoline at $2.06
per gallon. So, I had hoped to learn all about the
history of the council's origin, past members and
all their secrets. The cake was dMtious fid8
coffee hot, but they held tightly to those secrets!'
Miss Elizabeth
Inside, Miss Elizabeth was gracious and
friendly, inviting me to drop in anytime (where.
the womenfolk sip and converse). Mr. Dickey
kindly reminisced about my grandparents,'
turpentine pots for hog killings, and growing up
in Shady Grove. Mr. Re4 told me about a huge,
tender, okra hybrid that I never knew existed, and


Mr. Walker told me a funny Texas anecdote. But
no one was talking about' The Council. Thank
you, Reverend Andersen, for your empathy to my
lack of notes in my notebook.
Respect and Camaraderie
With tongue-in-cheek, there is a "mayor,"
"sheriff" and even a "governor" who was
appreciative, kind and a true gentleman.
All in all, I learned that they are a group of
retirees who gather to enjoy coffee, old times,
and make the world a little clearer-or muddier in
some instances, I am told. I heard it was an
exciting place during the election. It is certain
that they agree and disagree, but camaraderie,
respect for each other, and Shady Grove bring
them together each morning before the sun
dawns--and so it has been for over 70 years since
the store was established in 1936. And so it will
be as long as there is a Shady Grove and a little
country store to draw them together.
(My next visit will be to the "Saturday
Lecture" that promises to be interesting and
challenging!)
The Council Coffeecake
Filling and Topping:
1 c. brown sugar
1 t. cinnamon
1 c. chopped pecans
3 T. butter cut small
Cake Batter:
1 c. real butter, softened
1 1/3 c. white sugar
3 large eggs
3 c. flour
3 t. baking powder
1 t. baking soda
1 c. sour cream
3 oz. cream cheese, softened
1/4 c. whipping cream
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix filling and
topping until crumbly and set aside. In your food
processor, cream butter and sugar. Add eggs one
at a time. In a large bowl, combine flour, baking
poA' der'and sodta -In a9'8the' bo tl.ceit-eyr sour
cream, cream cheese and whipping cream until
smooth. Add flour mixture (alternating with
cream cheese blend) to the sugar and eggs in the
food processor. Blend 3 minutes on medium
until very smooth!
Grease and flour a 9 x 9 square cake pan. Pour
half the batter into pan and sprinkle with haUf the
topping. Pour remaining batter, finishing with
the remaining topping. Enjoy with a nice hot cup
of coffee!


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Dedication for

Perry Station

set for today
The City of Perry invites the
public to attend the dedication
of the newly renovated Historic
Perry Station today (Friday) at
noon.
Located at 300 South
Jefferson Street, the building
was formerly known at the Old
Depot.
An open house will be held
from 12:30 to 1:15 p.m. and
again from 5:30 to 7.


S-Poker Run slated May 9
`7 Mark your calendars and plan to take part in a Poker
Run benefiting the March of Dimes Saturday, May 9.
N The run will start at the Perry Elks Lodge at 10 a.m.
and features a route along Taylor County's scenic
"Coastal Loop."
Grilled chicken and rib dinners will be served and ,
door prizes will be awarded.
Entry fees are $20 per bike ($5 per additional rider).
For more information, please contact Paula Tuten at
584-6143 or e-mail paulatuten@yahoo.com.
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Perfect attendance
Perry Primary School has recognized the winners of perfect attendance during the
second week of the current six weeks. Shown above are: (from I'to r) Bradley Lavalle
(first grade), Natalie High (second grade), Ivan Glenn (kindergarten) and Principal
George Clayton.

Plan calls for two-lane ramp

Marina site includes 46 boat slips


IDEAL MARINA
Continued from page 1
In January, at the first public
hearing on the grant application,
commissioners chose the Ideal
Marina site among nine possible
projects.
The purpose of Tuesday's
hearing was to solicit public
comment on the application.
Several Steinhatchee residents
spoke in favor 6f the project and
about the need for public access
to the river.
"This is an economic
necessity," said Stan Ridgeway.
The site consists of a length
of river-front property as well
a parcel on the other side of
Riverside Drive.
"Ideal Marina is adjacent to
Steinhatchee Fish Market, which
is pending acquisition at this
time," Cox told commissioners
in a memorandum. "The Ideal
Marina site will provide public
access to the Steinhatchee River
and the Gulf."
46 new boat slips, a docking
area, and parking facilities. A
proposed site plan provided to
the commission by Cox includes
a double boat launch, a canoe
launch and parking within a lot
on across Riverside Drive
"The acquisition will also
include a house. The site has
an archaeological site which is



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORI-
DA
CASE NO. 09-037-CA
THOMAS J. STEPHENS,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
THOMAS G. REGISTER,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE Is hereby given that ANNIE
MAE MURPHY, Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Taylor County, Florida, will
on the 12TH day of MAY, 2009, at
11:00 a.m. at the front door of the
Taylor County courthouse In the City
of Perry, Florida, offer for sale and sell
at public outcry to the highest and
best bidder for cash, the following
desclbed property situated In Taylor
County, Florida, to-wit:
,Parcel I.D. #25-09-09-09825-700
LOTS 15 AND 16 OF BLOCK 49 OF THE
STEINHATCHEE SUBDIVISION, A MAP
OR PLAT OF SAID SUBDIVISION BEING
ON RECORD IN THE OFFICE OF THE
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TAY-
LOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
pursuant to the Final Judgment of
Foreclosure entered In a case pend-
ing In said Court, the style of which Is
as set out above, and the docket
number of which Is 09-037-CA. Any
person claiming an Interest in the sur-
plus from the sale, If any, other than
the property owner as of the date of
the Iis pendens must file a claim with-
in sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS my hand and the official
seal of said Court, this 14th day of
April, 2009.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
By: Marti Lee, Deputy Clerk
4/17


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recorded with Florida Bureau
of Historic Preservation and
is included in the Florida
Natural Areas Inventory as
endangered bird species have
been documented on site. The
grant application will include
plans for a shoreline and habitat
restoration program," Cox said.
"If acquired, the county will
be required to prepare a 10-year
management plan for the site.
This project will be phased into
the Steinhatchee Fish Market
management plan and will not
require a separate management
plan."
According to Cox, proposed
recreation at the site in addition
to the boat ramp includes a
play area using a Cemrock
type play feature, horseshoe
pits, tetherball, nature trail and
picnic facilities.
Cox estimated that
improvements to the site,
including the boat ramp and
associated parking, would cost
up to $652,000 over the period
of the I0- earn ent pl .
btenianitchee resident
Rhoda Moering said that the
site could make money if the
county rented the boat slips and
charged a usage fee.
Cox said the FCT program
allows sites to make money, but
all revenue must go toward site
development or maintenance.
While the amount the county


applies for could change if the
state's funding level fluctuates,
currently the grant application
is for $5.2 million. According to
Cox, there will not be a match
required from the county for the
acquisition.

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YARD SALE
Saturday, May 2
8:00 until
Crossroads of CR 14 and Hwy. 221

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Sports


A-6 Perry News-Herald April 24-25, 2009


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Keaton Beach

Fishing Report


W-i-n-d-s may finally


subside by weekend


BY PAT MCGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service'
There is a poem (which is the
only poem my Daddy everknew)
but every time someone said the
word "poem" he would recite
this one....which goes...."Who
has seen the wind, neither you
nor I but when the trees bow
down their heads the wind is
passing by." Christina Rossetti
(1830-1894)
Well Christina......I have seen
the w-i-n-d Whew can we ever
get some relief from .it?
Supposedly, according to
NOAA, this weekend will be
better. I hesitate to say that but
.1 am very hopeful we will have
two, wonderful tournaments this
weekend.
I took Gary Henshaw and Dave
Parker of Kansas out Thursday
and we had a limit of trout
in just under three hours. We
fished 6-5 feet of water with live
pinfish under Cajuns and caught
two reds on Precision Tackle's
Stalker in-line spinnerbaits.
Here are some reports from
the Keaton Beach Marina:
Peggy, Sonya and Richard


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Low 8:11 AM
High 2:03 PM
Low 8:57 PM
High 3:27 AM
Low 8:43 AM
High 2:3i PM
Low 9:36 PM
High 4:10 AM.
Low 9:16 AM
High 3:01 PM
Low 10:18 PM
High 4:56 AM
Low 9:50 AM
High 3:36 PM
Low 11:03 PM


Romine of Lake City had their
limit of trout Friday then had 14
trout Saturday fishing with live
pinfish and Gulp under Cajun
Thunders in 4-5 feet of water.
The Romines had two trout 22
inches long Saturday.
Carol and Forrest Wright of
Lake City had their limit fishing
with live pinfish under Cajuns in
4-6 feet of water Thursday.
Roger Clifton of Homerville,
Ga., had 11 trout, 15 rock bass
and a couple of Spanish mackerel
for him and two buddies Saturday
while fishing "sugar and spice"
Gulps in 6-7 feet.
Larry Hendricks and Ronnie
Brooks of Tifton, Ga., had their
limit of trout with 2 over 20
inches, while bouncing Rootbeer
and Molting Gulp shrimp in 6-7
feet of water Saturday.
Mike Plain, Greg Hughes,
Norma Barclay and Jason
Padgett of Lee had their limit of
grouper, some pink mouth grunts
and a couple of kings from 60
feet of water on squid (of course)
and northern mackerel. Their
biggest grouper was 30 inches
long!-


3.5 Tu28 High 5:45AM


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4:14 PM
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4:58 PM
12:50 AM
7:43 AM
12:05 PM
5:51 PM
1:56 AM
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7:05 PM


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Fishing For Kids is Saturday


The 5th Annual Fishing
For .Kids Saltwater Trout
Tournament will be Saturday,
April 25, at Gulfstream Marina
in Jena.
The entry fee is $100 per boat..


Some $2,500 in cash prizes will
be awarded. All proceeds go.to
Shands Children's Hospital.
For more. information visit
www.shandskids.org or call
800-284-6472.


Taylor County Board of County Commissioners
Is Accepting Applications For


DOCTORS' MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEMBER

This is a demanding volunteer position that meets on the last Tuesday of every
month at 6:00 P.M. to discuss operations of Doctors' Memorial Hospital. There
may be more frequent meetings, if need be.

For more information or to request an application call 838-3500 Extension 7 or
come by the Taylor County Administrative Complex located at 201 East Green
Street or visit www.taylorcountygov.com

Deadline for submission of applications is April 27, 2009 at 1:00 pm.
Applications may be .delivered to the County Administrators office at 201 E.
Green Street. Applications may also be faxed to 838-3501or emailed to
lawanda.pemberton@ taylorcountygov.com.

Member selection will be made at the May 4, 2009 Board of County
Commissioners meeting scheduled for 6:00 prm.


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Turning 2
SHappy Birthday
Ka'Miyah
SDanielle

Upshaw
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Love,
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Uncle Kevon & T-Tnique


Savannah Cantrell battles with a Darton College outside midfielder for a loose ball.



Two from Perry play



against Darton team


On Sunday, Savannah
Cantrell and Brooke Barton's
Tallahassee United Club Team
traveled to Darton College to
play a friendly game of soccer.
Darton College played last
year for the JUCO National
Title, but came up short
by a score of 3-2 in that title
game.
The Tallahassee team is
comprised of girls from around
the Big Bend region and, besides
tournaments, they look for
opportunities to play different
colleges throughout the South.
They recently played Thomas
University out of Thomasville,,
Ga. The. Tallahassee club won,
that on lrOat1 r. I o I
SundaJ ajgajin Djittoi it was
a tough physical game that is an
example of play at the college
level.
"It's always good when the


girls get to play against players
at the next level," said Doug
Cantrell.
"It gives the girls
confidence when they compete
successfully against the college
teams. Savannah and Brooke
represented Perry very well in
their college matches."


The game against Darton was
a close game, but Darton scored
one in the first half and one late
in the second half to make it 2-0.
"Tallahassee had their
chances, and played a very
competitive match against
a nationally ranked team,"
Cantrell said.


TCHS


falls to


Leon
The Taylor County High
baseball team fell to Leon 11-4
Tuesday night in Tallahassee in
a game shortened to 6 innings
duc to lightning.
The Bulldogs, 12-8 on the
season, were slated to play their
final regular season contest
Thursday against Lafayette
County as they prepare for next
week's district tournament at
Florida High.
In Tuesday's game, Taylor
County managed only five hits
but two of those were home
runs by Charlie Johnson and
Nicholas Allbritton.
Allbritton took the loss
on the mound, pitching five
innings while striking out 5.
Two Bulldog errors in the first
inning lead to 4 Leon runs and
Taylor County had a hard time
battling back.
Johnson ,and Tony
Southerland pitched in relief.
The second-seeded Bulldogs
will face third-seeded Florida
High (13-9) Tuesday at 7
p.m. Top-seeded Madiscn will
face fourth-seeded Hamilton
County in the other first round
contest.
The winners of Tuesday's
games will face off Thursday at
7 p.m. for the district title.


Lady 'Dogs end season


The Taylor County High girls
softball team ended its season
Tuesday as the Lady Butldogs
fell to Florida High 14-1 in
the first round of the district
tpurnament,.being played hbi'N
week at the Taylor County
Softball Complex.
Taylor County's lone run
came on a solo home run by
Holly Eakins in the first inning.


Tourney benefits Relay
Evangel Christian Fellowship you're in line by 5 p.m. Weigh-
will host its 3rd annual Relay in is from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The
for Life Saltwater Fishing entry fee is $40 per angler.
Tournament Saturday, April 25. For more information contact
Weigh-in, sites will be Keaton jmboss37@yahoo.com.
Beach Marina and Sea Hag
Marina in Steinhatchee.
Lines will be allowed in at
7 a.m. Fish will be weighed if


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Madison steam-rolled over
Hamilton County 34-6 in
the other first round contest.


Madison and Florida High will
battle for the district title here
Thursday at 7 p.m.


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Religion


A-7 Perry News-Herald April 24-25, 2009


For annual rally

Church wants 100 Men Saturday


Voluntary pre-K

slots filling up

at Temple of God

If you live in Florida and have a child who is 4 years old
now or turns 4 by Sept. 1, 2009, your child is eligible for
Florida's free voluntary pre-K program (VPK).
Summer school VPK will begin at the Temple of God
Child Development Center with a fully certified teacher on
June 6, continuing through Aug. 1.
"By developing skills children need to become strong
readers and students at an early age, children are more likely
to be successful," said Annie Jones and Sophia Flowers who
can be reached for more information at 584-6128.
"VPK classrooms offer high quality programs that include
high literacy standards, developmentally appropriate
curricula, manageable classroom sizes and qualified
teachers," they added.
"It is important for parents to pick up an application from
Temple of God Child Development Center and return the
Certificate of Eligibility as soon as possible."
Flowers and Jones said VPK will continue at the center
during the regular school year. "We will follow the same
schedule as the Taylor County School System, having the
same holidays."
Registration, they added, is limited and space is filling up
quickly. Applications are available at the office; Jones and
Flowers can be contacted with concerns and questions.


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Morning \Vorhslp Ser\ ices at 110-30 a m.
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Morning Worhip I1 OiOAM
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Wed Family Dinner 5 30PM
. Adult Service 7 00PM
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20 YEAR REUNION


If you are a graduate
of the Class of 1989,
please contact one of
the individuals listed
concerning our
upcoming
Class Reunion.

(478) 919-1546


Sondra Jones Shaw (850) 584-4982
Sherrie Lyle Dowdell (850) 672-2318
Jared Hendry (850) 584-3740


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A special Children's Church will be available for all services.


its members invite the community to "come and receive a blessing"
from revival services which begin Sunday, April 26, and continue
through Wednesday, April 29.
Dr. Alan Floyd, pastor of the First Baptist Church of
Middleburg, will speak for revival services. The minister of music
of Hickory Grove Baptist, Dr. Tim McDaniel, will lead music for
the week.
Southside Baptist is located across from Hampton Inn on
Plantation Road.
Services on Sunday include Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. with
morning worship at 11 a.m. and Sunday evening services at 6 p.m.
Next week, Monday through Wednesday, services will begin
nightly at 6:45.

(St. Johns Christian Fe11owshipl


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


Wednesday 7 p.m.
Study/Prayer Meeting


Theme: 'Walking with Christ'
The men's ministry of New Brooklyn Missionary Baptist Church
will celebrate its anniversary with the annual 100 Men in Black
"Walking with Christ" Rally on Sunday, April 26, at 3:30 p.m.
Guest speaker for the occasion will be the Rev. Derrick Smith.
President Joe Scott, with Vice President Walter Bishop and Pastor
Donald L. McBride, hope 100 men or more will attend.
The theme for the occasion is, "Men Making a Good
Connection."
The community is encouraged to participate.
Youth revival underway; retreat is Saturday
Little St. John Missionary Baptist Church will host its second
annual youth retreat on Saturday, April 25, from 11 a.m. until 3
p.m.
Prizes will be awarded and lunch will be provided.
The theme for the retreat is "Let God LEAD: Leadership,
Education, Attitude, Discipline.". The event is built upon two
scriptures from Proverbs--chapter 3:5-6 and chapter 22:6.
The retreat follows a three-day revival featuring the Rev. Devin
Wright of Bethel M.B. Church in Tallahassee. Services continue
tonight (Friday, April 24) at 6:30 p.m.
Pastor Robert M. Butler Jr. urges youth in the community to
"come hear this dynamic youth minister."
For more information about services or the. retreat, please call
584-9033.
Southside revival begins Sunday
The Rev. Gary French, pastor of Southside Baptist Church, and


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


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


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Local Churches


Nurserv' and Citldtei '. .MIostrs Pwovled
,Located al the intersection of Puckett Rd & Golf Course Rd 584-7251

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

ry First Church of God
Sunday School 10:00-10:45
Worship Service 11:00-12:00
:Children's Church 11:00 -12:00
Sunday Night
h m Prayer1 Groupe6:00-6:45
Choir Practice 6:00 6:45
Nursery provided with adult supervision 9:45-12:00 Sunday Service 7:00 8:00
Mike Hicks, pastor Wednesday Night
Youth Group 6:00 7:30
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992 Study Group 7:00

Spring Has Sprung
Si; m: fresh tyouspirit I
and rejuvenate your soul.
"so that times of refreshing may come from the
presence of the Lord." Acts 3:19
Lakeside Baptist Church
"A Place to Call Home"
3111 Lakeside Drive Hwy. 27 East


OUR STAND


Card of

Thanks
Pastor Connie Mote and the
Union Street Church of God
family would like to thank
everyone for your love and
support during the celebration
of the pastor's anniversary.
May God continue to bless
you.
Yours in Christ,
Union St. Church of God
The Rev. Connie Mote,
Pastor


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-'A lSSES:
Sat. 6 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
CCD & Adult Education Classes
Sunday, 9:00 n.m.
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SRev. Bemard F. Jakubco. MSC


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A-8 Perry Ne Heral,
A-8 Perry News-Herald April 24-25, 2009


Sales excellence recognized
Timberland Ford sales consultant LeeRoy Driver recently received a
letter of recognition from Ford Motor Company President/CEO Alan
Mulally for "outstanding achievement in the 2008 Employee Excellence
Program" and noted that Driver's "performance in sales and customer
satisfaction is among the best in your region." Driver has been with Ford
for nearly 11 years. He is shown with Timberland owner Brett Falicon,
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DMH BOARD SEATS
Continued from page 1
Meanwhile, the city council
is also looking to replace DMH
board member Bill Brynes,
who took an indefinite leave of
absence in November to take,
over the role of interim CFO.
According to City Manager '
Bob Brown, Brynes told him
he did not see an opportunity ,
for him to return to the board in
the foreseeable future.
Applications for the open
seats are available at the county
courthouse annex as well as
online at www.taylor
countygov.com.
Suspect faces
a drug charge
STOLEN S-10
Continued from page 1
substance was found in his
possession, prompting an
additional drug charge.
The vehicle, a Chevrolet S-
10 truck, was recovered
without incident. The juvenile
accompanying Cole, was not
charged.


"This is a demanding
volunteer position that meets
on the last Tuesday of every
month at 6 p.m. to discuss
operations of Doctors'
Memorial Hospital. There may
be more frequent meetings, if
need be," the application states.
The deadline to apply is
Monday, April 27, at 1 p.m.
Commissioners will select their
appointee during their regular
meeting Monday, May 4. The
city council will then choose
from the remaining applicants.
Among the questions posed
by the application are:
Why do you wish to serve
on the Hospital Board of
Trustees? .
Please describe your
viewpoint regarding the role of
.,a board member, including
...your views on a Board
Member's relationship With the
DMH CEO, medical staff and
employees.
SIn your opinion, which is
the most single important
issues facing rural healthcare in
Florida?
Currently, the DMH board
consists of Lanier, Gary Brett,
Joe Collins, Cline Moore and
John Yarbrough.


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Community


B-1 Perry News-Herald April 24-25, 2009


Male Tug-o- War: (Left to right) Joseph Franklin, Christopher Coffee, Thomas Miller, Cyril Brown, Richard Neel, Daniel Simpson and Justice Kelly

Big Bend Military




Taylor County High School JROTC hosted the Big Bend I 1
Military Olympiad Saturday, April' 18, where cadets competed
against teams from East Gadsden, West Gadsden, Liberty and
Jefferson. 0 ..
"There were not as many schools this year due to funding ..,-..
problems, but the competition was still just as heated," 1SG (Ret.)
Eddie L. Smith said. '--.*--
The schools competed for first place in the following events:
tug-of-war (male or female), softball, basketball (male or female),
unarmed drill squad and volleyball. ':P
Taylor County placed first in male tug-of-war and the unarmed .
drill. Cadets placed second place in softball and female tug-of-war. .' (Above) Meml
"We wouLld like to thank everyone who helped out," Smith said. the Taylor Coun
Next year's Big Bend Military Olympiad will be hosted by East School Bulldog B
Gadsden High School JROTC. a. arenshown
opening ceremony


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Perry Mud Boggs April 25

FUNDRAISER FOR

TIMMY WILLIAMS
Look for our tent:
ALL DONATIONS WILL GO TO THE FAMILY
Timmy is in stage: IV heart failure
and cannot work.


1. If you would like to give a donation,
___ you may at Buckeye Credit Union or Tree
______ Capital Credit Union in Timmy's name.


Are you ready to 'Kiss the Pig'?
A new team has joined forces with Relay for Life in the fight against
cancer. The inspiration for "Team High: All in for a Cure" is inspired by
J.D. High who was recenlty diagnosed with cancer.
The team's booth at the upcoming Relay will feature a casino motif
,and members will; be selling aces and hearts honoring those who are
fighting or in memory of those who have-lost their battle with cancer.
Chicken dinners, hamburgers and hot dogs will also be sold for the
cause the night of the event.
A "Kiss the Pig" contest will also be held featuring local dignitaries.
For more information, please call Karen Lee at 843-1672 or Shanna
Lago at 838-0841.


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Entertainment


B-2 Perry News-Herald April 24-25,2009


'Benjamin Button,"'TaIken' and.':,



'Valkyrie' coming soon on DVD

In Hollywood, summer begins in May with a "Taken" has excellently choreographed action
full slate of blockbusters ready to wage war at scenes that keeps the movie moving forward at
the box office. That's not the only entertainment breakneck speed. Some of the scenes, especially' . .
battle, however, as quite of a number of last year's as he delves deeper into the seedy underground,,of
big hits are preparing for theft debut on DVD and human trafficking, are pretty intense.
Blu-rav. ':"" .. '. Taken" is rated PG-13 for intense sequences
"The Curious Case of Benjamin button" of violence, disturbing thematic material, se-)al TOrnado warning
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," content, some drug references and language.
which picked up three Academy Awards and (Please note, however, that both the DVD ind "The Wizard of Oz" will, touch, down at the TallahassE
13 nominations, hits store shelves on DVD and Bluray releases are extended editions with scenes Monday, April 27, at 7:30 p.m., concluding the 2008-09
Blu-ray on May 5. The film takes a somewhat either added or extended.) Tickets for show, priced from $34.75 to $50.75, are
simple concept--what would it be like to live life The single-disc DVD edition comes with .the Box 'Office, all Ticketmaster Outlets, ticketmaster.com,
backward--and turns it into a three-hour epic of movie and the usual subtitle tracks. Featuring the classic songs, as composed by Harold Arle
one man's unique journey through the world. The double-disc DVD version and the Bluray Dong the Witch is Dead" and "If I Only Had A Brain,"
Loosely based on a short story by F. Scott release are almost identical, with both arriving the audience to follow the yellow brick road for a nig
Fitzgerald, "Benjamin Button" begins in New with audio commentary by director Pierre Morel, information, visit www.wizardofozontour.com or www.tl
Orleans as a daughter watches over her dying writer Robert Mark Kamen, and cinematographers
mother in a hospital. The mother asks her to read Michel Abramowicz and Michel Julienne; a P ar
from a diary so she can listen to her voice. "making of" featurette; and five "side-by-side P rT lUo C US
The diary belongs to a man named Benjamin comparisons" of various action scenes.
Button, who was born on the day. World War I "Valkyrie"
ended His-mother dies in childbirth, and to make On, April 30, 1945, with Soviet troops only The Paralounge Drum "This event promotes cultural
matters n orse. he has the physical health and blocks away from the,Reich Chancellery in Gathering returns to the. interaction through traditional
appearanceof:an80-year-oldctnain. Fromithere. he Berlin, Adolf Hitler committed suicide by Suwannee River Rendezvous music. Each culture in the world
begins his trip backwards. simultaneously shooting himself and biting, into this weekend, providing "a .:uses percussion for expression,
Brad Pitt plays Benjamin for the majority of- a cyanide capsule. Now more than 80 years later, unique experience for the entire celebration, and ritual. By
the film in, gie of the vear's best performances., weknow that conspirators within Germany itself am learning about our ancestral
Director David Fincher, known for more faster- had staged some 15 attempts on Hitler's life "Spefid your :'Neekend with, music, we come closer to
paced thrillersuch as "Se7en" and "Fight Club," during his time of Fuihrer. hundreds of percussionists 'understanding our history and
proves he is more than capable, of handling:,a- Arriving ina.stores on May 19 is "Valkyrie," ind drum circle enthusiasts the effect the music has made
slower drarn' At just under three hours, the which follows the July 20, 1944, plot sparked -from around the world," Event on our lives."
film's long run-time and leisurely pace will turn by a group of politicians and military officers to Coordinator Clint Tipton said. The event will feature
off some viewers, but the end result is one of the assassinate Hitler and replace his government N i 1 1
emotionally powerful films of 2008. with their own. 1\WT Ilm It S 'T 1 Ca O
The movie is rated PG-13 for brief war violence, Leading the operations side of the conspiracy N e f mVV 11111 sLLo-Cal
sexual content, language and smoking. was Colonel Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg 1 1 1
A single-disc DVD edition includes the movie, (Tom Cruise), who after being injured in Africa, 113 r tl 1 t -r i

1.-oi divi rngeo'gci-fr-ete n s recruiteaBy GJene rauioc-ntB il ^Roslyn D Collins (Evans), nominee, AlfreWoodard.,
"The Curious Birth of Benjamin Button," a four Nighy) to helping the plot. a Taylor County native and In addition to "American
part documentary following production from the;, Considering most people begin the movie a Tay r celebrating Violet," Collins is" current
beginning talks straight through to the red carpet knowing the plot is doomed: to fail, director ising actrs, is celebrating Violet," Collins is currently
the release of her latest film, serving as the executive
premier, as well as audio commentary by director Bryan.Singer is able to craft a truly edge-of-your- "American Violet."
David Fincher. seat thriller during which you begin to hope that Colln. thpcidcrhternfMdxie i i n
forlns t edagterg o Maxie


"Taken"
Although. "Taken," starring Liam Neeson, was
released this year. it has become one of 2009's
biggest hits so far. taking more than $218 million
at the worldwide box, office. The film arrives on:
DVD and Blu-ray onMay 12. "
Written by Luc Besson ("The Professional,"
"The Transpbrter") -and Rdbert Mark'Kamen
("The Transporter," "The Karate Kid"), "Taken"
follows Bryan Mills (Neeson), "if former
government agent whose career has given him
a "very particular set of skills." He needs all of
those skills when .his daughter Kim (Maggie
Grace, "Lost") is kidnapped by human traffickers
in Paris.
Bryan pursues his daughter's kidnappers
with a brutal, single-minded efficiency that is
reminiscent of Arnold Schwarzenegger in "The
Terminator," but without the accent. Neeson
may be 56, but you'd never know it watching
him tackle, beat, shoot, stab and torture his way
through Paris. ,
Like many of Besson's films (he also produces),


APRIL 16-MAY 3
The Tallahassee Little Theatre
presents George Furth and
Stephen Sondheim's musical,
"Company." The plot, told in a
series of vignettes, revolves
around the single Bobby, the.
five married couples he's friends
with, and his three girlfriends.
Showtimes are April 16-18, 24-25
and May 1-2 at 8 p.m., with 2
p.m. matinees on April 19, 26
and May 3. The theatre is located
at 1861 Thomasville Rd. in
Tallahassee. For more information
or to purchase tickets, visit www.
tallahasseelittletheatre.org or call
850-224-8474.
APRIL 24-26, MAY 1-3
The current season at the Quincy
Music Theatre continues with
"The Sound of Music." Set in
1938, 'The Sound of Music" tells
the story of Maria Rainer, a nun
who is hired by Captain George
Von Trapp to care for his seven
children, Showtimes are April
24-25 and May 1-2 at 8 p.m. with
a 2 p.m. matinee on April 25, and
3 p.m. matinees on April 26 and
May 3, Tickets are $16.50 for
adults and $13,50 for seniors or
students, and cah be purchased
by calling 850-875-9444 or online
at wwwqmtonline.com., '


somehow history will turn out differently this
time. The cast-is top-notch and Cruise is-a strong
lead for the film.
The film goes far to show the varying reasons
why so many loyal officers stood up against Hitler,
whether it was for personal gain, to save lives on
both sides of the war or to stop the atrocities being
committed within Germany's borders. It also
shows just how close they came to victory and
why-Germans today still consider them national
heroes.
The film is rated PG-13 for violence and brief
strong language.,
"Valkyrie" also comes in both single and
double-disc DVD editions as well as Blu-ray.
The single-disc edition arrives with just the
movie (with multi-language subtitles), while the
two-disc edition offers two audio commentary
tracks, one by Tom Cruise, Bryan Singer,
and Christopher McQuarrie, and the other by
Christopher McQuarrie and Nathan Alexander;
and two featurettes. The Blu-ray edition has five
more featurettes.


APRIL 27
The musical "Wizard of Oz" twists
its way into the Tallahassee-Leon
County Civic Center at 7:30 p.m.
concluding the 2008-09 season
of the Tallahassee Broadway
Series. Follow Dorothy, Toto and
their friends the Cowardly Lion,
Tin Man. and Scarecrow at they,
travel along the yellow brick road
to find the Wizard. Members
of the Young Actors Theatre
Company will perform the roles of
the munchkins. Tickets (priced at
$50.75, $44.75 and $34.75) are
available by calling 800-322-3602
or online at www.ticketmaster,
com. For more information, visit
www.tlccc.org.


APRIL 25
The Tallahassee Symphony
Orchestra presents a double
dose of Beethoven along
with the sounds of organ and
orchestra with Saint-Sadns'
Organ Symphony In "Majesty and
Triumph," Featuring Beethoven's
"Overture to Prometheus" and
"Violin Concerto in D Major" with
Augustin Hadellch on violin, the
concert will begin at 8 p.m. at
the Bradfordvllle Baptist Church.
General admission tickets are


$35 or $25 and can be purchase,
by calling 850-644-6500 or online
at www.tickets.fsu.edu.
APRIL 26
Internationally renowned
violinist Chlo6 Hanslip comes t6,
Tallahassee as part of the Artist
Series at 2:30 p.m. at Lee Hall
Auditorium on the Florida A&M '
University campus. The concert,
will include works by Brahms,
Beethoven, Janacek and Ravel.
Tickets are $30 for adults and $10
for students, and are available
online at www.tickets.fsu.edu or
by calling 850-224-9934.
APRIL 28
The 100-member strong
Tallahassee Winds performs its
fourth and final concert of the
2008-09 season at 7:30 p.m. at
Opperman Music Hall on the
FSU campus. General admission
tickets are $8 for adults and $5
for students and seniors. Tickets
are available at the door only. For
more information, visit music.fsu.
edq/tallahasseewinds/.


APRIL 24
Free outdoor family movie night
at the Perry KOA at 7 p.m. in the
outdoor pavilion. Free popcorn;
bring a chair.


ee-Leon County Civic Center
Tallahassee Broadway Series.
available at the. Civic Center
or by calling 800-322-3602.
n, "Over the Rainbow," "Ding
"The Wizard of Oz" invites
ht at the theatre. For more
ccc.org.


up the fun


performances by ensembles
from around the.world including
the Palm Beach-bdsed Beat
Bombers tonight (Friday).
The group plays a blend of
world fusion, ,utilizing world
percussion and mixing modem
electronic.
Saturday night's line-up
includes opening performances
by a children's percussion
ensemble from Jana Broder's
workshops. Up next will be
the "exotic" sounds of the
Australian Didgeridoo. with
Dragon F\. Rh thmni. from
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world percussion sound with
the talent of a concert violinist.
Finally, the stage will be filled
with the rhythms of the Congo
with Tam Tam Congo, .an
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Young, has a supporting role in "You will feel the Ngoma
the film based on a true stpry drum as this ensemble explodes
...about a .24 year-old African with powerful rhythm. and
American single-mother who is. .--. dance," Tipton said. "Thobos
caught up in aan extensive drug" J Lubamba .and" Kasa. Panzu
bust in her housing project and are master drummers -'and
charged' as a. drug dealer. musicians."
Collins' roIf6as Magnolia, a In addition.-to the- stage
corrections officer, is her first entertainment, the Paralounge
credited film role. She had Drum Gathering features "fun
uncredited parts in "Motives 2," and educational" workshops.
"Daddy's Little Girls," "Stomp Subjects will include the
the Yard," and "Dirty Laundry." technical aspects of the
"American Violet" opened Roslyn D. Collins instruments, how they are built,
in limited release April 17, producer for PLUM Tree tuned, and played, as well
however, according to the film's Productions and said she is as musical applications with
Web site, there are currently no interested in producing her own percussion and sound.
showings in Florida. Visit www. projects,'along with continued Many workshops are family
americanviolet.comrn for more efforts to work hard at her craft friendly and all ages can
information 'and a full, list of of acting. participate in, many of the
theaters showing the movie. She is currently seeking activities.
Collins states that she enjoyed,. investors for a upcoming "Learning about our ancestral
working along side Tim Blake feature film to be set in Atlanta, music gives everyone the
Nelson, Wil Patton, Michael Ga,. and is in pre-production for opportunity to understand
O'Keefe, Xzibit, Charles S. the filming of a pilot which she. our place in nature and our
Dutton and Academy Award wrote. interaction with the world


Renowned violinist Hanslip

will close out Artist Series


Violinist Chloe Hanslip
returns to Tallahassee to
perform the final concert of The
.Artist Series' season in Lee Hall.
Auditorium on Sunday, April
26, at 2:30 p.m.
She will be accompanied by
Carolyn Bridger, professor of
piano and accompanying at
Florida State University, and
co-founder of The Artist Series.
The two will be performing
Brahms' FAE Sonata,


Beethoven's Sonata No. 9,
Jand6ek's Sonata and Ravel's
Tzigane.
Individual tickets are
available for the performance
through the FSU Fine Arts
Ticket Office, online at www.
tickets.fsu.edu and by calling
850-224-9934.
Adrmssion is $30 for adults
and seniors, $10 for students
and free for children 12 and
under.


'Sound of Music' opens today


"The Sound of Music" opens
today (Friday) at 8 p.m. on the
Quincy Music Theatre (QMT)
stage.
Set in 1938, "The Sound of
Music" tells the story of Maria
Rainer, a free-spirited nun hired
by Captain George von Trapp
to care for his seven children.
Jessica Wright Applegate
returns to QMT as Maria. Nick
Henn is the captain. Kristen
Rowell who is accompanied
-,by Music Director Ben Gunter,
directs the show. David Rowell
'conducts the choreography.


The show runs April 24-26,30
and May 1-3. Thursday, Friday
and Saturday performances are
at 8 p.m.; the Saturday, April 25,
matinee is at 2 p.m.; and Sunday
matinees are at 3 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased
online at www.qmtonline.com
or by calling 850-875-9444.
Ticket prices are $16.50 for
adults, $13.50 for seniors and
students.
The Quincy Music. Theatre
is located at 118 E. Washington
Street in Quincy's historic
district.


around us," Tipton said.
"The Paralounge' Drum
Gathering is a perfect event for
anyone interested in percussion
who would like to enjoy a
creative and musical weekend
with their entire family. Enjoy
the Paralounge Drum Gathering
as we celebrate the human spirit
with drum and dance."
For more information, visit
www.paralounge.net.






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Looking
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Back


Through the Years...



..with Ladies of the Year


Helen Scales was awarded in 1977


(From left) Ernestine Wells, Margaret Hamby, Catharin Norman, Vivian
Sheffield, Shuge Mangum, Linda Strickland, Inez Cone, Mary Lou Whitfield and Ida
Williams pose during a Lady of the Year tea at the Catholic Parish Hall.


By SUSAN H. LINCOLN honoree, having invested 31
.inaging Editor' years as a school nurse at
In 1972, 'the Mu Omega Taylor County High School.
iiapter of Beta Sigma Phi She was chosen in 1973. Upon
began the annual tradition of Ms. Morgan's retirement.
.ccognizing an outstanding School Supt. Cecil Carlion
Lady of the Year. noted that she had not missed
Since 1972, 35 women have one day of school in her 31
been recognized.,Their range of 'years of employment
interests and volunteer work is The following year. Connie
panoramic, but there is one 'Moore was honored for
common denominator: they countiess, hours beyond the
have made:, distinctive call of duty as a school social
improvements in the lives and worker and juvenile court
lifestyles of the residents of counselor."
Perry and Taylor County. It was in 1976 that the honor
The listing of Ladies of the was bestowed to Margaret
Year, through the years, reads Hamby. She had m\- o careers:
like a virtual Who's Who: first as secretary at Tay lor
The first Lady of the Year County High School and then
was Mary Carter in 1972. She as Supervisor of Elections for
is remembered as a "great, Taylor County.
great first feaclie' anid a Tn-' rHelen' Sealas,was. cihosen- .
active me"mber''of First United I977 "or her remarkablee '
- Methodist Church, helping efforts" in downto\s n
-anywhere she was needed, but beautification, and her many'
especially in the children's other civic involvements.
programs. Opal Sayers Braswell '%as
Molly Morgan was the next the 1978 honoree, having


Frances Gilmore, the. 1998 honoree, with Corene
McDaniel and Reba McDaniel Olcott


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Gale Dickert, 1990


In 1979, the Lady of the Year
was Lynne Fraser whose
musical and organizational
skills made the Singing Tree (a
community choir) a hit at the
1977 Forest Festival.
Catharin Norman was
named' in 1980. She was
distinguished for having
"artfully combined discipline
and friendship" in her role as
physical education instructor
for Taylor County High School.
Kathy Faircloth won in
1981 for her work with Taylor
Association of Retarded.
Citizens and for her term as
Forest Festival chairperson.
-in rQo') tu^ hnn~nri-. wn-


From nurses and genealogists, to grant writers and historians, the 35
Ladies of the Year have changed the landscape of this community.
On Monday, the 2-009 recipient--Wanda Cash--was named in a
program which spotlighted all previous honorees, featured below.

'appreciated for her work with
the Taylor Adult Meals
Program, Girl Scouts and
Community Friends, as well as
for her work as a Christian
counselor in the community.,
Gale Dickert was chosen as
Lady of the Yearfor 1990, and -
saluted for her grant-writing
abilities which brought the ,
Boys and Girls Club to Perry.
In 1991, the honor went to,
Linda Strickland for her w- o' '
around-the-clock service to
Taylor County schools, needy ., / .
children and hurricane victims. e r
In 1993. Vivian Sheffield
was selected for her leadership l
role in downtown restoration
and revitalization.
Jewell McCall was honored c. f
in 1994 for her charter
membership and "untiring
devotion" to "Community
Friends.
.Shuge M angum won 'in __ su h wr w___
1995, and was described as Melody Greene was honored in 1989; she is pictured
Taylor County's "one-word with daughter Blair and husband Earle.
synonym for hospitality.'! Her
tork extended throughout St. Relay for Life in Taylor First Baptist Church.
James Episcopal Church,to.also County." In 2006, Deidra McRory
include the American Cancer Diane Ching was the 2002 Newman became the 33rd
Society, the Perry Garden Club recipient, commended for her Lady of the Year and was
and Doctors' Memorial volunteer work through United honored for her work with
HEspitalis. ee '..-..-' w -- av. the RRe starY, o- u pTrav -----1nted a', -he oorida Fcrest
ine Is as Coenty Senior Cent errand St: Festial andc tei erry Rotaryt
next honoree. In 1996, she was James Episcopal Church. Club, as well as her service
recognized for her work with In 2003, June McLeod was through the military.
Main Street, Big Bend Hospice honored for her dedication to Helen Houck won in 2007,
and the Perry Woman's Club. preserving the history of Taylor praised as a longtime advocate
In 1997. Diane Rigonm was County. She was a humble for agriculture locally and
chosen for her commitment to recipient--disavowing her throughout the state of Florida.
Love, INC. (In The Name of worthiness., A native of the Patricia Lindsey was named
Christ), and the First United Boyd community, McLeod was the 2008 Lady of the Year.
MNethodist Church. also remembered as.a 35-year Members saluted her work with
Frances Gilmore was -teacher at. Gladys Morse AARP, Doctors' Memorial
lavished with praise in 1998, Elementary School. Hospital, Eastern Star and
for neighborliness, throughout.. .Elaine Bartges, the 2004 Relay For Life.
the years--baking, sharing and recipient, was described as a On Monday night, Wanda
caring. telecommuting pioneer and Cash became the 2009
In 1999, the Lady of the Year modern mother. Bartges' honoree, adding her name to
title went to Alma Walker w ho greatest battle was with cancer, this long list of memorable
declared, "I have not done as and her .recovery led to a women.
much as these other women. "cottage ministry" of support Former honorees in
You need to get a new and encouragement for others attendance included Vivian
committee and find .somebody facing the disease. Sheffield, Catharin Norman,
else." Instead, she was In 2005, Janie Massey Linda Strickland, Helen Houck,
recognized for extensive work received the award for her Deidra Newman, Patricia
with the American. Red Cross, tireless efforts in founding Our Lindsey, Melody Greene and
for which she won the Clara Father's Storehouse through the Shuge Mangum.
Barton 'Award and another
Volunteer. of .the Year 07.


1i I1O0 tniv IaUsUIt-o w. '.
Mary Lou Whitfield whose recognition.
volunteer work through the In the year 2000, Ruby Nell
Taylor County Historical Collins took 'the ,honor,
Society was extensive. Mrs. surrounded by family members
Whitfield was also recognized and .friends. A founding
for work through Meals On member of the Taylor County
Wheels, the Perry Woman's Historical Society, Mrs. Collins,
Club and the United Daughters, as. recognized as a longtime
of the Confederacy. educator and "for her
The following year, all praise compassion for the hungry and
went to Clarice Hart 'who was' homeless" which prompted her
applauded for her longtime':" assist n .e formation of
service to First United Community Friends.
Methodist Church and her In 2001, Susan Nelson was
dedication as a teacher in local chosen for her magnificentt
schools. volunteer work' benefitting the
Jane Blackwood was 1984's American Cancer Society's
recipient, commended for her
emphasis on independent living '..'"
opportunities for the mentally '
retarded and physically
handicapped.
In 1985, the honor went to
Georgia Strickland for 20
years of service through the
public health department.
Annie Howell was selected
in 1986 for her full-time
commitment to the jail ministry
here.
Inez Cone won in 1987 for
her "grace and charm" in
Leadership roles through the
First Baptist Church, the Perry
Woman's Club and the Perry
Garden Club.
The next year brought the
spotlight to Ida Williams for
"day-to-day kindnesses and
generosity" as well as her
tireless work through First
Presbyterian Church. Opal Sayers Braswell is s
Melody Greene--the Catharin Norman, Helen
recipient in 1989--was Morgan.


Margaret Hamby, right, was the honoree in 1976

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hown with the 1984 honoree Jane Blackwood as well as
Scales, Mary Lou Whitfield, Clarice Hart and Molly













































































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Vrd Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. 12 noon.
Garage of Super Wash (Laundry mat)
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-guitar -amp., Playstation games and
other miscellaneous.
4/24
Yard Sale furniture, window unit A/C,
dryer, baby items, scrubs, truck
accessories and much more. N. Quincy
St.'off Jefferson St. 8 a.m. until:
4/24 .
Yard Sale Saturday 8 a.m. until. 1104
W. Willow St. Lots of new items, men's
shorts sets, ladies' sun dresses,
purses, hair, and earring sets. Also, all
sizes,of used men's, women's and
Children's clothing, household items
and'much more.
4/24


r .d Sale Friday and Saturday. Friday 8
a.m.-2 p.m,, Saturday 8 a.m. until. All
Clothes $.50. Have lots *of stuff.
Subwoffer now $10. Please come by.
2640 Mixon Rd. off of Foley Cutoff Rd,
Follow signs. 223-1877.ext, 1 for more
information.
4/24 .


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


td Sale on Johnson Stripling Re.,
--- left. 8 a.m.- 12 p.m. Coffee table,
Stand, clothes. 94' Lincoln Town C
pnd a lot of misc. items. If interested
the car, call 584-2515.
4/24
: Yard sale 770 Charles Hendry Rd. (
Puckelt Rd. Friday and Saturday, 8 a.
until. Something for everyone. Go'
stuff and good prices. Will be signs
follow,

Susie's Big Yard Sale Saturday,- Ap
25, 8 a.m. -1 p.m. follow signs. 19
turn by B.P. Nature Coast Eye CE
1130 South Fair Rd. Lots of stuff(
animals. Bunnies, frogs, Ashley Be
Doll Collectible, Disney Elmo coll. L(
of clothes all sizes, dishes; purse
shoe's, Harry Potter Books, vacut
cleaner, toys, lots of misc. iterr
Rocking chair, Mother's Day ,gifts,
new. 2 baby strollers, rocking horse
- quilt rack.
S. ,4/24
Yard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. 116 N. All
St. off W. Ash Street. Large wood tab
2 leaf end tables, books, CD's, cloth
all sizes and shoes. Lot's of misc.
'.' 4/24 .

Yard Sale 221 N. 1/2 mile past Sha
Grove, left on A G. Sheffield Rd. (s,
signs) Thursday and Friday 7 a.m.-
p.m. Saturday 7 a.m. noon. King si
comforter sets, household items, ladi
Sand men's clothes, trailer for ridi
mower, electric tools, air tools, carpc
yard swing, toolbox for small pick-
-truck, wrenches' and tools, cat
panels, metal gate, horse shoeir
tools, plumbing/eleutrical stuff, 2 ni
vinyl lattice panels, recliner, des
round table w/4 chairs, coffee tables,
extension ladder, water fall, weight s,
surfer sewing machine, motorcyc
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Huge Yard/Patio sale Friday and
Saturday April 24 & 25 8 a.m. 'til?
Housewares, clothing, furniture, books,
large assortment of Christmas and gift
items 122 Pine Tree Rd. Perry.
4/22-4/24
Vendor's spot for rent (one 15x12 room
and one 35x25 room) on Friday and
Saturday at 1700 South Byron Butler
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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.
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'3 goats for sale:
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1 male boar $125
1 dairy mix $75
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King size bedroom set. 7 pc solid wood
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Worth $4k give away $1299. Can
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4/24GCN2'
New-bookshelves, .tiii n ,t:.n will take
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Red, Mocha, Blue, Red and Blue
Brindles.'$100 each. Call Chris at 223-
1559.
4/24
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4/24


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352-493-2492.
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No middle man here! Prestige Home
Centers designs, builds & does their
own service. That's factory direct
homes built here in Florida, direct to
you! 800-477-2492 or 352-493-2492.
3/25tfPH
Hurry Free Down Payment money, do it
now!!! Prestige Home Centers, Inc.
800-477-2492; 13771 NW Hwy. 19
Chiefland.
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Prestige Home Centers Chiefland, 800-
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Clean 2 bed/ 1 bath mobile home with
large carport, just in city limits. $500 per
month, 1st and last + $250 sec. 850-
303-2231.
4/22-4/24
Taking applications on 2 bedroom fully
furnished trailer, big patio with pretty
yard. Lots of shrubs, utility shed. No
pets, 1 child only. 584-4366.
4/22-5/1
3 BR/2 B D.W. E. Ash St. Central H/A,
no pets, smoking or children under 6.
$500 mo. 1st and last months plus
$300 security deposit. Call 584-7582.
4/22-5/1
1 bedroom 1 bath apartment for rent. In
quiet neighborhood. Carport, utilities
included. (gas, electric) Call (850)371-
0058.
4/22-5/15


Classified ads are $5 for 25 words or less and .10 each additional
word. The deadline for the Wednesday paper is Monday by 5 p.m.
and for the Friday paper is Wednesday by 5 p.m.
123 South Jefferson St.



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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.
11/28tfSPR/SPD
2 Bd/2 Ba near Keaton Beach. Adults
only $700 month + deposit. Includes
utilities. (850)843-1882.
4/10-4/29
2/1 duplex $400 HUD okay. First, last
and security dep. required. 1315 Center
St. (850)240-0701.
4/17-4/29

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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Westgate Rooms available for rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
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.
1/7tfLS
Taking applications Available May 1st.
Background Check. Monthly
Inspection. For Rent 2 BR/2
BA/GR/Well/ AC/H, DW Mobile on 8
acres. $575 monthly and security. You
pay utilities. 1 year lease to sign. No
pets. Only serious need apply! 850-
212-4526.
4/8-5/1


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3 Bd/ 2 Ba. D.W. on 5 acres. Retirement
Community, no animals, no pets. 584-
4331 in Shady Grove.
4/24-5/6
Efficiency for rent. No pets, no children.
'$400 month. 1st and security. 850-371-
1568.
4/22-5/1
RV spot for rent. Private property, 35 ft.
or smaller. $150 month w/1st + deposit.
850-371-1568.
4/22-5/1
For Rent two 1 bedroom apartments,
just refinished and ready to occupy. Call
850-584-6666 ext. 401. Free
application. Must have good
references. No pets allowed.
4/22tfWO
Taking applications for 2 BR/1 Ba $375
and 2 BR/1 Ba $400. All set up in
Everett's Mobile Home Park. Water,
sewer & garbage included in rent.
Phone # 584-7094. Apply in person
Monday Wednesday. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
References required. Ask for Ms. Betty.
4/22tfEMH
House for Rent 602 Veterns Dr. 2
bedroom/1 bath, big back yard. $595
rent plus $595 deposit. Call Rick at
(850)843-8524.
1/9tfLS

House for Rent w/option to buy. 2 BD/1
Ba., carport, also mobile building with
W/D, central H/AC, city water and
sewer, 1 well kept, indoor pet allowed.
Non-smokers. $450 month + $1,000
security. Call Ruben at 850-672-0836,
850-223-1289 or 850-371-0777 or 330-
922-4192.
4/15-5/29
Apartments for rent One year lease. 1
bed/1 bath $425 with $425 deposit;
small house 3 bed/1 bath. For Rent
$575 month with $575 deposit, or For
Sale $52,000. Call for appointment
223-3369.
4/15-4/24


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
850-584-5668.709W. Church St. Perry,
FL 32348. TDD 711
1/7tfWA
Office facility for lease on grounds of
Perry 'Foley Airport Brick and Vinyl
office type facility. 1,770 sq. ft. Four
office spaces and two rest-rooms.
Currently houses Taylor Co. Emergency
management. Facility will be available
for lease June 1, 2009. Annual lease
required. Prefer aviation related
business. $525 per month utilities not
included. For additional information call
Bill Roberts at 850-838-3519 or Melody
Cox at 850-838-3553.
4/3-4/29BCC


Recently remodeled 1 bedroom
apartment for rent. Fully furnished,
central H/AC. All utilities included. No
pets. $650 Month or $165 weekly. $100
deposit. Off hwy. 19 South. (850)926-
3613 or (850)519-3488.
4/17-4/29
Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
Rental assistance available. HUD
vouchers' accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC &
non- HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon.-Thurs.
Call 850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315
Puckett Rd, Perry, FI, 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
5/2tfnSV

Nafee Camp Ground
Welcome Campers! Special rate this
month. -$299 month, $85 weekly.
Including electric, cables, WiFi internet,
coin laundry. Nice quiet place. Phone
584-7084. 5220 Hwy. 19 South and
Beach Rd.
Also one small camper for rent.
4/1-4/29



Land for sale, 221 North Between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker
Rd. 1 acre lots with paved roads. Owner
financing available. Please call (386)
658-1346 or (850) 584-7466.
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Classic very scarce (pre 1976) pre-
warning, Ruger 10-22, 22 cal. rifle with
folding stock and pistol grip. Rifle has
4xTasco scope with two 10 round
magazines. Excellent condition, one
adult owner. $275. 850-838-6673.
Serious cash buyers only. Please.
3 BR/2 Bath, mobile home on 5 acres'
off Woods Creek Road with outside
shop. 850-843-0841.
4/17-5/15
Home for Sale by owner, 3 bedroom,
1.5 bath, Fireplace, 12x30 concrete
pool with diving board has a Polaris self
cleaning system, pool house, tool shed,
storage shed, city water, well system,
on corner lot $100,000. No owner
financing. i Oe. ,y High.St. (off
3 21IN) if riteref0td' call' 584-9455 .to
see.
4/1-4/29
Large home on corner lot, 3 BR/2 Ba,
LR, DR, FR, G, 0, WH. 1605 N.
Calhoun St. Perry. $146,000. All offers
considered. Qualified buyers please.
850-240-0701.
4/17-4/29


2005 Yamaha YZ250F
excellent condition. Many after market
parts and stock parts. Asking $2,600
O.B.O. Call 223-1448.
4/17tf

2000 Buick Park Avenue Leather, CD,
power seats, $4,000, OBO. Call 843-
1796.
4/22-5/1


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WANTED

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Guarantee 40 hours with transportation
furnished. Knowledge of painting, wood working,
some electrical and plumbing.
All aspects of property maintenance. Must have
good driving record and references.
Compensation based upon experience.

Paid Vacation, Paid Sick Leave. We have a drug
free work place and equal opportunity employer.
Apply in person.


Ware Oil & Supply Co., Inc.
2715 S. Byron Butler Parkway
Perry, Florida 32348


Tallahassee business
bankruptcy liquidation in PERRY

Anabella Design
Hwy 19 N, just past BP & old Gator Motors,
turn left on Reddick Drive, 7/10 of a mile from
Highway (2450 W Fair Rd). See Signs.
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P/T Teller position at Tree Capital
Credit Union. Must have basic
computer skills and be organized. HS
diploma required. Must undergo
criminal and employment checks. Must
be bondable; Salary based on
experience. Applications can be picked
up at 1402 S. Jefferson St. Mon- Fri. 9
a.m.- 4 p.m.
EOE/Drug-Free Workplace
4/15-4/24


The Healthy Start Coalition of
Jefferson, Madison, 'and Taylor
Counties currently receives funding
from Healthy Families Florida for
prevention services and has one
position available. We are soliciting
proposals from qualified individuals for
the provision of direct services, as well
as data entry. For a copy of the
complete Request for Proposal, please
contact Cindy Hutto at 850-948-2741
or mail to: cjhutto@healthystartjmt.org
Proposals should be received by close
of business, April 27, 2009 for
consideration.
4/22-4/24

Looking for experienced refrigeration
technicians and HVAC installers. Must
have clean driving record. Drug Free
Workplace. Call 584-3626.
3/1 tfAR
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
Steinhatchee Clinic ARNP, LPN
Internal Meds Clinic LPN
Pediatric Clinic Receptionist
Med Surg RN, LPN, CNA
ER RN, LPN
Lab Tech, OR Tech
Echo- Vascular Tech
EMS EMT, Rpm
Floor Tech
Home Health Data Clerk
Security Officer
Apply at DMH, EOE/DFWP
4/24DMH

Martin Electronics, Inc.
is currently accepting applications for
assemblers and machine operators. All
applicants are subject to pre-
employment drug screening and a
background check by BATE Bring
picture ID and Social Security card or
birth certificate and apply at the
Employ Florida Mobile Unit in the K-
mart parking lot on Wednesdays or
stop by MEI to complete an
application.
4/22-4/24

Taylor Co. Board of County
Commissioners
FIRE FIGHTER/EMT $10:78 hr.
ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER -
(temporary/part time) $9.31 hr.
DAY CAMP COUNSELOR -
"eaOrilat timi $7 25 hr_.f hge
- depending on education level-
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.
4/24tfBCC

Avon Buy or Sell. Become an Avon
"Rep. Earn 50% $10 Start-up kit. Call
Lea Trujillo at 850-584-2373 or 850-
672-9338.
4/15-5/8



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Experienced Computer Techs will
repair your computer in your home.
Upgrades, new, or used computer
sales with your data transfer included.
Emergency response available. 838-
1683
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Do you need personal care
assistance? I'm available Mon.- Thurs.
people and pet friendly. 584-6880
4/1-4/24

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right. Free estimates, give us a call at
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In the circuit court for Taylor County
Pressure washing, painting, concrete, Florida
wood decks, Ceramic. tile, laminate Probate Division
wood available, Mobile Home Repairs, File No. 08-823CP
RV Leak Repairs. 578-3776,, 838-6077 In Re: Estate of Virginia C.
Massengale, Deceased,
or 584-2270. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
4/24JM1 The administration of the estate of
Virginia C. Massengale, deceased,
whose date of death was August 7,
TREE CAPITAL 2008; File Number 08-823CP, is
TREE CAPITAL pending in the Circuit Court for Taylor
SEA N County, Florida, Probate Division, the
CLEANING 'address of which Is Post Office Box
620, Perry, FL 32347. The name and
Addresses of the personal
representative and the personal

-We do old ins sections All creditors of the decedent and
We do mold inspections, other persons having claims or
& removal [, demands against decedent's estate,
on whom a copy of this notice s
""lE.. : "' required to be served must file their
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."VP,, OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
A584 CLEAN. NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
SLEN OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
(584-2532) f NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
John Sesock's must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
Tree Service/Stump Grinding THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
*Tree Trimming/Bucket Truck NOTICE.
*Free Estimates ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
Licensed & Insured Tree Exert TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION
*Licensed & Insured Tree xpert 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
Also, Bobcat Work Done CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED..
Root Rake, Grabbler, Front End NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS
Loader for Excavation/ Cleanup, SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
a CTWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
(850)-584-2027(H) DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
(850)591-8301 (C) BARRED.
See ad in phone book page 114. The date 'of first publication of this
4/24-5/29 notice.is April 24, 2009.
Derek B. Alvarez, Esquire
Attorney for Personal Representative
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care. Florida Bar No. 0114278
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. Genders Alvarez
We also grind stumps. Call today 838- A Professional Association
1280. Firewood for sale. 2307 West Clevland Street
1280. Firewood for sale. Tampa, Florida 33609
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Facsimile: (813)254-5222
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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-
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Vacancy Board of Directors
The Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. currently has a Taylor
COunty Private Sector Board
Vacancy. Private sector
representatives are officials or
members of business, industry, labor,
religious, welfare, education or other
major groups and interests In the
community. Interest groups' are
organizations with non-profit status,
incorporated and registered with the
office of the Florida Secretary of
State.
To register the interest of your
organization for a seat on the Board,
write a brief description of the non-
profit's purpose. Address the letter to
Frances Terry, Executive Director,
Suwannee River Economic Council
Inc., P.O.Box 70, Live Oak, Florida
32064. Closing date Is May 8, 2009.
For more Information call 386-362-
4115, ext. 223
4/17-4/29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 62-2007-CA-856
BANK OF NEW YORK AS TRUSTEE FOR
THE CERTIFICATEHOLDERS CWALT,
INC. ALTERNATIVE LOAN TRUST 2006-
0C8, MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-0C8
Plicntiff,
vs.
BERNARD SANDERS A/K/A BERNARD
R. SANDERS, JR. A/K/A BERNARD
SANDERS JR.; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
BERNARD SANDERS A/K/A BERNARD
R. SANDERS, JR. A/K/A BERNARD
SANDERS JR.; HOYT L. RAGANS; BETTY
JO RAGANS; KEATON BEACH
LANDINGS HOMEONWERS
ASSOCIATION, INC., and any
unknown heirs, devisees, grantees,
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through and under any of the above-
named Defendants,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Taylor County, Florida, will on the
19th day of May, 2009, at 11:00
o'clock A.M at the Taylor County
Courthouse, 108 N. Jefferson Street, in
Perry, Florida 32347, offer for sale and
sell at public outcry to the highest
and best bidder for cash, the
following-described property situate
In Taylor County, Florida:
Unit 1 KEATON BEACH LANDINGS
commence at the SW corner of Lot
95, Unit 2, Keaton Beach Subdivision
and run North 5 degrees 47' 00" West
along Keaton beach road right of
way 276.35 feet; thence run North 84
degrees 13' 58" East 32.27 feet to the
Point of Beginning; thence from said
POB continue North 84 degrees 13'
58" East 49.0 feet; thence run South 5


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degrees 46' 02" East 18.85 feet; In accordance with the Ameilcans
thence run South 84 degrees 13' 58" with Disabilities Act, persons with
West 49.0 feet; thence run North 5 disabilities needing a special
degrees 46 02" West 18.85 feet to the accommodation to participate in this
Point of Beginning. Also being unit 1 proceeding should contact Court
of Keaton Beach Landings. Administration at 108 N. Jeffetrson
B&H # 252643 Street, Perry, Florida 32347, teleli1ipne
Together with the exclusive use and (850) 838-3506, not later then.,seven
possession of boat slip number # 1, (7) days prior to the proceeding. If
which use and possession shall run hearing impaired, (TDD) 1-800-955-
with the land described herein and 8771, or Voice (V) 1-800-955-8770, via
shall be Irseparable therefrom, Florida Relay Service.
pursuan. to the Final Judgment CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT .,..
entered in a case pending in said By: Marti Lee
Court, the style of which is indicated Deputy Clerk .
above. (COURT SEAL)
Any person or entity claiming an ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
Interest in the surplus, If any, resulting John Howarth Farren
from the foreclosure sale, other than Butler & Hosch, P.A.
the property owner as of the date of 3185 S. Conway Rd., Suite E
the Lis Pendens, must file a claim on Orlando, Florida 32812
same with the Clerk of Court within 60 (407) 381-5200
days after the foreclosure sale. 4/24,5/1
WITNESS my hand and official seal of
said Court this 16th day of April, 2009.


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Be mindful of dangers

on the way to school


Editor's Note: The following is
week three of a six weeks series
presented by the ,Perry Rotary
Club, in conjunction with the Taylor
County Health Department, to
reduce child mortality in the Taylor
County area.
With the days getting longer
and springtime here, more
children are playing outside and
active in the community. This
includes children riding bikes
and walking to and from school.
Therefore, it is important to
understand proper laws and.
safety to ensure that these
beloved pedestrians remain
safe.
A major child safety concern
for children at home is caused by
driveway accidents. According
to Kids 'N Cars, a non-profit
group that maintains a national
database on child driveway
safety, in 2002 more than 30
percent of deaths involving a
motor vehicle and a child are
caused by the driver not seeing
the child. In those cases, 75% of
those deaths were caused by a
parent driver.
There are several tips to
prevent driveway Uand yard'
accidents.
First, never leave a child
unattended when he or she is
in the front yard. Do not let
children play outside after
dark. Use doors and blocks
to block the driveway when a
child is playing outside, and
ensure children are attended
during this time. Moreover,
teach children the basic rules
of never playing around or near
a parked or moving vehicle. If
you are home and need to move
your car, and there is. no other
adult to attend to your children,
secure the child in the vehicle
with you as you move your car.
Always walk around a parked
vehicle before putting the key in
the ignition. Create safe zones
in the yard where children can
move to quickly when a vehicle
is entering or exiting your
driveway. A simple 'go to the
safe zone' command will have
children acting quickly in the
,event of a moving vehicle.
Accidents occur outside of
the yard as well. For that reason,
it is important to remember that
pedestrians always; have the
right of way. In the absence
of traffic signals, drivers must
always slow down or stop
for. pedestrians in marked
and unmarked crosswalks. At
stop signs and when a school'
crossing guard is displaying
an official stop sign or flag,
drivers must come to a complete
stop. Drivers must stop when
approaching a school bus,
church bus, or daycare bus
that is stopped to pick up or let
off children. The driver must
remain stopped until the bus'
stop sign is retracted and red
warning lights are turned off.
It is important to remember
proper bicycle safety for
children, in addition to yard and
pedestrian safety. It is essential
for parents and guardians to
enforce rules and teach children
the proper safety lessons to
insure safe riding for all kids.
Bike riding is a great way to get
exercise and fresh air and share
time as a family. Bike riding is a
lot of fun, but accidents happen.
Every year, about 300,000
kids visit the emergency room
because of bike injuries. It is
important to remember that
a bicycle is not a toy; it is a
vehicle. The following are some
bicycle child safety tips for
adults and children.
The first rule of riding
scooters, skateboards, bikes,
and rollerblades is "Wear a
Helmet." Studies show that 74-
85 percent of bicycle-related
head injuries could be prevented
with the proper use of a helmet.
Walk bicycles, skateboards and
scooters across the crosswalk.
Dress children in bright colors
when riding. Light and bright
colored clothing can easily be
seen by motorists. Tuck away
shoelaces or other strings
or cords. Untied shoelaces
dangle--they may get caught in
the moving parts of the bike.


Loose or baggy clothing can
also be dangerous--so make
sure they wear snug clothes.
- Young children should never
ride at dusk or at night. When
entering a sidewalk, path or
driveway, stop completely.
Look left, right and left again.
Always knowing what is around
you insures safety for both
the child and motorist. Buy a
bicycle that is the correct size for
the child. A child who has been


given a bicycle that he/she will
"grow into" is much more likely
to be injured in an accident
than a child with a properly
sized bicycle. Ride in the same
direction as traffic, using the
extreme right side of the road.
Use proper hand signals when
stopping ind turniing \\hen
riding with a group., ride ,.ngle
file. Obe ail trAtffic rules
The Taylor County Health
Department received a grant
allowing the disinbution of
200 free bicNcle he lnictmis t
the children ot TaIloI Counti
Represent iames of the health
department distributed the
helmets April 18 at the kids
Day In The Park eienrt


Lastly, for those residents
traveling on foot, choose the
safest route to school and walk it
with the child prior to allowing
them to travel it on their own.
Always look both ways before
crossing the street. Cross in the
crosswalks at the corner, not in
the riddle oit ithe hblo.k. Ne,.er
cros, from bet'i cen p.i I.ed cajr,
Ne'. e cro,; .in interIseciiin
digonallI Cross the streett ,.'inth
the crossing gtiard heiieter
possible. Children should look
to10 se that drleis aie ai\vare ort
them. Making e.e ,.ontact %iith
a driver is J itood c.a-, to kno'.
whether r a drinter is J\'.re that
someone !i about to cross the
ro d \\ hen the intersection


has crossing signals, only cross
when the walk signal is lit. When
walking on sidewalks, be aware
of driveways and alleys from
which cars may emerge. When
walking down a street with no
sidewalks, walk as near to the


edge of the road as possible,
facing traffic. Bright colored
clothing increases visibility, but
when walking/biking near dusk,
reflective tape should be used
on jackets, backpacks, bikes,
etc.


As with any case, remember
that children learn by watching
their parents and those around
them. In turn, they copy what
they see.
For more information, please
call (850) 584-5087.


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