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Food distribution today
at Jerkins
America's Second Harvest of
the Big Bend will hold a food
distribution at Jerkins Community
Center today (Friday) starting at
8 a.m. until all are served (or until
noon).
Rules for acceptance and
participation in the program are
the same for everyone
without regard to race, color,
national origin, age, sex or
disability.

Trout tournament to
benefit Blanton family
A trout tournament benefiting
the family of liver-transplant
patient Callie Blanton will be held
Saturday, June 13.
Registration will begin at 6:30
a.m., at Rocky's on U.S, Highway
98 The entry fee is $40 per team
(two-person teams only).
Weigh-in will start at 4 p,m,
Teams are asked to donate their
fish at the end of the day in order
to have a benefit fish fry,

Seniors honored at
Baccalaureate service
Graduating seniors are invited
to attend the annual Senior
Baccalaureate, which will be held
today (Friday) at 7 p.m., at First
Baptist Church.
The event will "honor Taylor
County seniors and wish them a
fond farewell."

'May Day' celebration
cancelled,
The May Day Celebrationh
originally planned for this
Saturday at Gerald Walker Park
has been cancelled due to
inclement weather concerns.
The event will be rescheduled
at a later date.
Perry Mason Lodge #187
members will still hold a drawing'
to win $100 in groceries
Saturday, at 6 p.m.

'Centennial Gala' to
be held Saturday
The Taylor County Branch
NAACP will host a formal
"Centennial Gala Banquet,"
Saturday May 23, at 6 p.m., at
New Brooklyn MB Church
Fellowship Hall. "We invite
anyone interested in civil rights in
Taylor County to attend the
banquet," President Charles
August said.
Advance tickets are required.
For more information, contact
Walter Bishop at 371-2916 or
Vera Newberry at 843-0426,

Holiday schedule
announced
The City of Perry has
announced its garbage pick-up
schedule for the week of
Memorial Day:
Closed Monday; Monday
customers will receive service on
Tuesday, May 26.
Tuesday customers will
receive service on Wednesday,
May 27.
Thursday and Friday service
will be as regularly scheduled.

Mark your calendars
The Perry/Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce invites
members and the community to
mark their calendars for these
upcoming events;
Wednesday, May 27: ribbon
cutting and grand opening
ceremony for O'Reilly's Auto
Parts, 11 a.m.
*Thursday, June 25: Chamber
After Hours mixer hosted by the
Perry Barber Shop, from 5-7 p.m.


Thousands stolen


2 nabbed in counterfeiting scheme


Local businesses are warned
to be on the alert for counterfeit
checks which have been
circulating throughout the retail
district.
The Perry Police Department
(PPD) is crediting both the
actions of a "very observant
clerk at Walmart" and an
investigation by Ptl. Connie
Hightower for busting open the
case.
"One of the suspects, Jessica
Wolford, 28, presented a check
and a driver's license to a store
clerk at Walmart, However, the


clerk observed something
suspicious about her
identification--the plastic film
covering the license had been
tampered with and the photo
replaced," Capt. Jamie Cruse
said.
"A further look at the check
revealed that it was fraudulent.
Wolford was arrested and
charged with grand theft,
unlawful possession of a
fraudulent driver's license and
fraud.
"From her arrest and
information recovered on her


person, it was determined that
another individual was
involved, Hightower's
investigation led to Kendra
McNabb, 45, who was also
arrested on the same charges,"
Cruse said,
Police have recovered not
only counterfeit checks, but
also equipment used to
counterfeit the licenses.
The pair have been writing
and cashing checks at
businesses through Perry,
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Jessica Wolford


Steinhatchee


landowners take


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Bulldogs play Saturday
New Taylor County High football Coach Shane Boggs and his spring
practice-prepared team will take on Indian Rocks Christian School Saturday
at 6 p.mat t Perry's Dorsett Stadium. The spring jamboree game will give.
local fans a chance t :see what next year's team can do under Boggs' tutelage.


Commissioners rejected calls
to eliminate a bridge on
Granger Driver in Steinhatchee
during a public hearing
Tuesday that drew residents
and landowners from as far
away as Louisiana to speak on
the issue.
Instead, the county will look
into options of repairing the
existing bridge or replacing it.
Resident James Bond
addressed the board last month,
requesting on behalf of a
number of residents that the
county either replace or
eliminate the bridge, which he
called "unsafe" for those who
must travel under the bridge to


reach the Steinhatchee River in
their boats.
About 10 people spoke on
the issue during Tuesday's
public hearing, with the views
about evenly split over those
who wanted to bridge to stay or
be taken out. Most of those
who spoke live or own property
on Granger Driver.
Eliminating the bridge would
have effectively converted
Granger Driver into two dead-
end streets both ending at the
canal that splits the
neighborhood in half. Those
owning property with access to
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Falen heroes to be honored Monday


Taylor County's fallen war
heroes will be honored during a
ceremony Monday, May 25.
The Memorial Day event will
be staged at Veterans Memorial
Park and hosted by local


veterans, starting at
10:30 a.m.
Taylor County High School
JROTC members will preside
over a flag changing ceremony
and Navy veteran Judge Greg


Parker will be guest speaker.
The names of Taylor County
soldiers killed in action will be
read and the bell rung in their
honor.
The flag to be raised will be


in memory of the late Paul
Sartor, father of Karen Massey.
He was a veteran of the U.S.
Navy.
Also taking part in the
program will be Ed Sheffield,


Chuck Dugan, Charles
McDonald and James Taylor.
All residents are invited to
attend this free event.
Refreshments will be served
following the ceremony.


DMH to pay for volunteer training?


In an effort to provide
quicker emergency medical
services to Steinhatchee,
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
(DMH) Board Chairman Joe
Collins is considering a
program in which the hospital
would pay to train volunteer

Six bid

on hospital

equipment

purchase
The Taylor County
Commission and Doctors'
Memorial Hospital (DMH)
have received six bidders in
their search for a computerized
tomography (CT) scanner for
the hospital.
Commissioners also
approved requests for
proposals (RFPs) for two
additional equipment
purchases for a digital
mammography unit and
magnetic resonance imagining
(MRI) equipment at their
meeting Tuesday.
The bid committee--
consisting of hospital officials
and County Administrator Jack
Brownp-will inspect the CT
scanner bids and are expected
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paramedics in the area. commission meeting upon the
Collins said he supported request of commissioners who
such a program as a long-term have been receiving numerous
solution to the problem and questions in recent weeks from
would, recommend it to his Steinhatchee residents.
board. The community remains
He spoke about the proposal without a dedicated emergency
at Tuesday's county medical services (EMS) team


three months after the
community's volunteer team
moved.
"We have discussed this and
agonized over this," Collins
said. "What we need are people
to volunteer."
He said the volunteers would


have to live in Steinhatchee and
DMH might be able to pay
them a 'nominal fee'.
"We don't have a lot of
money," he added.
Public Safety Director Jeff
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Legacy of learning
The Taylor County School District saluted its retiring employees during the school board's regular meeting
Tuesday. Among those present to receive plaques of appreciation were: (I to r) Mary Becht, Wilburn Bell, Susan
Dyal, Thelma Rearden and Alma Harris. Superintendent of Schools Paul Dyal, far right, made the presentations.


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A soldier's life

By Christine Clark Grantham


Look around,
Oh how awesome,
ohf how grand,
On hallowed ground
you now stand!

This eternal flame stands
as a sentinel at the gates.
Honoring the warriors
who went to war,
And met their fates!

The bell tolls,
Let freedom ring,
From shore to shore,
Forevermore!

The fountain waters boil,
Depicting the blood
that was shed,
On foreign soil!


Each monument,
Each name written
in granite,
Has its own history.
Listen ever so quietly!
Can you not hear their
voices in the wind?

For the red, white and blue,
On the wings of the
eagle we flew,
We did what we were
called upon to do!

Hear us speak!
Your freedom was not free!
Never, never give it up!
Fight for it you must!
For it came with
a high price,
A soldier's life!


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Taylor County's war dead are honored with a granite monument. Members of AMVETS will also honor fallen
soldiers by handing out poppies during a fund-raiser at Pizza Hut Monday, May 25.


Keeping 'Memorial' in Memorial Day


From the Dept. of Veterans
Affairs
Three years after the Civil
War ended, on May 5, 1868, the
head of an organization of
Union veterans--the Grand
Army of the Republic (GAR)--
established Decoration Day as
a time for the nation to decorate
the graves of the war dead with
flowers.
Maj. Gen. John A. Logan
declared that Decoration Day
should be observed on May 30.
It is believed that date was
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chosen because flowers would
be in bloom all over the
country.
The first large observance
was held that year at Arlington
National Cemetery, across the
Potomac River from
Washington, D.C.
The ceremonies centered
around the mourning-draped
veranda of the Arlington
mansion, once the home of
Gen. Robert E. Lee. Various
Washington officials, including
Gen. and Mrs. Ulysses S.
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Grant, presided over the
ceremonies. After speeches,
children from the Soldiers' and
Sailors' Orphan Home and
members of the GAR made
their way through the cemetery,
strewing flowers on both Union
and Confederate graves,
reciting prayers and singing
hymns.
Springtime tributes to the
Civil War dead already had
been held in various places.
One. of the first occurred in
Columbus, Miss., April 25,
1866, when a group of women
visited a cemetery to decorate
the graves of Confederate
soldiers who had fallen in battle
at Shiloh. Nearby were the
graves, of Union soldierN.
neglected because they were
the enemy. Disturbed at the
sight of the bare graves, the
women placed some of their
flowers on those graves, as
well.
In 1966, Congress and
President Lyndon Johnson
declared Waterloo, N.Y., the
"birthplace" of Memorial Day.
There, a ceremony on May 5,
1866, honored local veterans
who had fought in the Civil
War. Businesses closed and
residents flew flags at half-
staff. Supporters of Waterloo's
claim say earlier observances in
other places were either
informal, not community-wide
or one-time events.
By the end of the 19th
century, Memorial Day
ceremonies were being held on
May 30 throughout the nation.
State legislatures passed
proclamations designating the
day, and the Army and Navy
adopted regulations for proper


observance at their facilities.
It was not until after World
War I, however, that the day
was expanded to honor those
who have died in all American

'We should guard
their graves with sacred
vigilance...Let pleasant
paths invite the coming and
going of reverent visitors
and fond mourners. Let no
neglect, no ravages of time,
testify to the present or to
the coming generations that
we have forgotten as a
people the cost of a free and
undivided republic.'

wars. In 1971, Memorial Day
was declared a national holiday
by an act of Congress, though it
is still often called Decoration
Day. It was then also placed on
the last Monday in May, as
were some other federal
holidays.
Gen. Logan's order for his
posts to decorate graves in
1868 "with the choicest flowers
of springtime" urged: "We
should guard their graves with
sacred vigilance...Let pleasant
paths invite the coming and
going of reverent visitors and
fond mourners. Let no neglect,
no ravages of time, testify to
the present or to the coming
generations that we .have
forgotten as a people the cost of
a free and undivided republic."
The crowd attending the first
Memorial Day ceremony at
Arlington National Cemetery
was approximately the same
size as those that attend today's


observance, about 5,000
people. Then, as now, small
American flags were placed on
each grave--a tradition
followed at many national
cemeteries today. In recent
years, the custom has grown in
many families to decorate the
graves of all departed loved
ones.
To ensure the sacrifices of
America's fallen heroes are
never forgotten, in December
2000, the U.S. Congress passed
and the president signed into
law "The National Moment of
Remembrance Act," P.L. 106-
579, creating the White House
Commission on the National
Moment of Remembrance. The
commission's ;:charter isfo
"encourage the people of the


In Flanders fields
the poppies blow
Between the crosses,
row on row,
That mark our place;
and in the sky
The larks, still bravely
singing, fly.
Scarce heard amid
the guns below.
We are the dead.
Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn,
saw sunset glow,
Loved, and were loved,
and now we lie
In Flanders fields.
Take up our quarrel
with the foe:
To you from failing hands
we throw
The torch; 6e yours
to hold it high,


United States to'give something
back to their country, which
provides them so much
freedom and opportunity" by
encouraging and coordinating
commemoration in the United
States of Memorial Day and the
National Moment of
Remembrance.
The National Moment of
Remembrance encourages all
Americans to pause wherever
they are at 3 p.m. local time on
Memorial Day for a minute of
silence to remember and honor
those who have died in service
to the nation.
As Moment of Remembrance
founder Carmella LaSpada
statbs:,".It's a' way wy e can all
help put4,e, emori.J,back in
Memorial Day."


If ye break faith
with us who die
We shall not sleep,
though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.


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Perry, Florida


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THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
May 9, 1974

HOLE-IN-ONE
FOR TWO
Walt Lamb Jr. was pictured
on this week's front page, after
a hole-in-one on hole number
six at the Perry Golf and
Country Club. The article
noted that this was considered
to be "the most difficult par
three hole on the course,"
encompassing 230 yards.
Lamb used a three wood for his
perfect shot. It followed a
hole-in-one the previous week
by Bill Moore on the second
hole of the course.

JEWEL THIEVES
APPREHENDED?
Deputy Sheriff Larry
Williams was planning a trip to
Selma, Ala., to pick up "two
men, two women, a three-year-
old child, a four-year-old child,
a three-month-old child and a
dog" all of whom, with the


possible exception of the small
children and the dog, were
under suspicion for a robbery
in which $18,000 in jewelry
was taken from a car parked at
the Howard. Johnson Motel in
Perry on U.S. 19.

LOBBYING FOR ROAD
IMPROVEMENTS
The editorial in this week's
edition re-named Old Dixie
Highway, Old Dixie Dieway,
and called for much-needed
improvements to the road
which "bears heavy traffic to
and from Buckeye every
week."

ENGAGEMENTS TOLD
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Houck
announced the engagement of
their daughter, Loretta Maxine,
to Royce Elzie Morgan. A May
26 wedding was planned.
Mr. and Mrs. William
Underwood announced the
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter, Beverly, to Richard
Battillo of Perry. An Aug. 31
wedding was planned.


STUDENTS IN
THE NEWS
Terry Giddens, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Giddens of Perry, graduated as
valedictorian of her class at the
Patricia Stevens Career College
in Tampa. Her major was
fashion merchandising.
Darlene Tucker and Billie


Oxford were chosen as
Outstanding Students by the
Perry Woman's Club.
Sharon Gail Andrews
graduated from Florida
Southern College in Lakeland,
one of 325 seniors participating
in commencement.
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Are they dead that yet speak louder than we can speak,
and a more universal language? Are they dead that yet
act? Are they dead that yet move upon society and inspire
the people with nobler motives and more heroic
patriotism?
--Henry Ward Beecher

For love of country they accepted death...
--James A. Garfield

The brave die never, though they sleep in dust:
Their courage nerves a thousand living men.
--Minot J. Savage

A hero is someone who has given his or her life
to something bigger than oneself.
--Joseph Campbell


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County commissioners: Bridge to stay


BRIDGE DEBATE
Continued from page 1
the canal upstream from the
bridge must pass under the
bridge to reach the river, while
other lots in the neighborhood
have direct access to the river.
"It is extremely frustrating
and dangerous when a
thunderstorm develops on the
Gulf and we attempt to return
home only to be stopped in rain
and lightning because we
cannot get back under the
bridge to safety," Bond said in a
letter to commissioners that
was also signed by seven other
residents.
At the public hearing, one
resident who owns property on
the river side, however,
complained that eliminating the
bridge would take away one of
his potential evacuation routes
in the event of flooding, adding
that the lower road flooded
during Hurricane Dennis.
"The bridge has been there as
long as we can remember," said
Gale Dickert, also against the
removal. "Lots of people walk
on Granger Drive."
She said the county should


repair the bridge if it needs it,
but not eliminate it altogether,
adding that "more people go
over the bridge than under it."
Dean Fowler, owner of
Steinhatchee Landing, added
his opposition, stating that
many tourists walk through the
neighborhood and use the
bridge.
Other residents joined Bond
in encouraging the commission
to remove the bridge, calling it
"unsafe" and a "liability."
Jim Daniel of Brooksville
said he owned property on
Granger Driver, but has not
built on the land yet, with one
of the reasons being the bridge.
Another property owner said
he drove to Perry from Baton
Rouge, La., to speak in favor of
eliminating the bridge.
After the public comment
portion of the hearing ended,
Commissioner Lonnie Houck,
whose district includes
Steinhatchee, expressed
surprise over the number of
residents opposed to the bridge
removal.
"I was under the impression
that most people wanted the
bridge gone and it was rarely


used," he said.
"If we have a bridge and the
public uses it, we don't need to
remove it."
Commissioner Malcolm
Page said he could see both
sides of the issue, but if the
county chose not to remove the
bridge, he wanted to see
options on replacing it.
Bond reiterated comments he
made last month that he had
spoken to a retired bridge
engineer and had received an
estimate of $118,000 for a new
bridge installed with a
clearance approximately one
and a half feet higher than the
current bridge.
One landowner reminded
commissioners that his
driveway is only 15 feet from
the end of the bridge and that
any new bridge design would
have to consider that.
Bond said the design he had
received did so.
Ultimately, Houck made a
motion to deny the request to
eliminate the bridge and
requested county staff to look
further into the option of
replacing the bridge.
Commissioner Mark Wiggins


seconded for discussion, stating
he wanted the county to
advertise a request for
proposals to determine the cost
of repairing the bridge. Houck
added that to his motion and the
measure passed unanimously.
According to the Florida
Department of Transportation
(DOT) bridge list, the Granger
Drive bridge was built in 1989
and has an average daily traffic
of 41.
The bridge was last inspected
in January, when it received a
sufficiency score of 31.6 out of
100 and was labeled
structurally deficient.
According to DOT, the
sufficiency rating is a tool that
is used to help determine
whether a bridge that is
structurally deficient or
functionally obsolete should be
repaired or just replaced. The
sufficiency rating considers a
number of factors, only
about half of which relate
to the condition of the bridge
itself.
The term "structurally
deficient" means that the
department believes a bridge
should undergo a series of


Thousands of dollars stolen


COUNTERFEITING
Continued from page 1
including Walmart, Winn
Dixie, Beall's Outlet and Dollar
General.
"Those are just the stores we
know about...the banks affected
by the counterfeiting include
Regions Bank, Bank of
America, Riverside Bank, Citi
Bank and Mid-Florida Bank.


We have been in contact with
the fraud division with each
bank to try and determine other
areas the suspects may have
passed counterfeit checks.
"When presenting the checks
to merchants, the information
on the drivers licenses matched
the information on the checks.
The addresses on the checks
were residences in
Okeechobee, Windermere,


Lake Wells, Winter Haven,
Orlando, Mt. Dora and
Davenport," Cruse said.
"The names they used were
names of real people, many of
them elderly individuals. We
are working the Florida Drivers
License Investigation Unit with
the Florida Department of
Highway Safety to try and
locate these people to let them
know they may have been a


victim of identity theft. We
believe that the overall total of
the bad checks will number into
the thousands of dollars. Ptl.
Hightower is to be commended
for the great job she has done
with the investigation, which is
on-going. We also commend
the clerk at Walmart. If the clerk
had not been so observant, we
would not be where we are in
the investigation," Cruse said.


Anglers show off catch-of-the-day


GLANCE ATTHE PAST
Continued froih page 2 "'
TWO BIG ONES
Young Jimmy Pickles caught
a 9.5 pound bass and another
weighing 7.5 pounds while
fishing with a Creme worm...in
local waters.
The King Family (Harold
along with R.V. King, his wife
and Jason) held up stringers of
fish caught on the St. Johns
River over the weekend. The
catch included bluegill, red
bellies and shell crackers.
Back from the Okeechobee,
three fishermen were pictured


with a fine catch. Holding up
,,their stringer offish; were Earl
Everett, Tobie Walker and
Raymond Adams.

STEINHATCHEE BRIDGE
TENDER POST
ABOLISHED
The Taylor County
Commission was notified by
letter that the U.S. Coast Guard
would no longer provide a 24-
hour bridge tender at the
Steinhatchee River bridge on
State Road 358.
The bridge would be opened,
however, on three hours'
advance notice to the Coast


Guard, the letter noted.
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BULLDOGS LOSE
DISTRICT OPENER
Coach Lawrence Holt's
Taylor County High School
Bulldogs saw their hope for a
district championship go "a-
glimmering" in the first game
of district play, losing 6-0 to
Fernandina Beach. "We just
beat ourselves," the coach said.


NEW ARRIVALS
Robyn Lyhn was, the name
given to the new baby daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
Strickland. She was bor April
26, weighing 7 pounds, 9.75
ounces.
Thomas Jeffery Sadler was
bor to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
E. Sadler, also on April 26. He
weighed 7 pounds, 1.5
ounces.


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repairs or replacement within
the next six years. The
department's policy is to repair
or replace all the structurally
deficient state owned bridges


during that time and
recommends that local
governments follow the same
schedule for their structurally
deficient bridges.


Bids for mammogram


to be opened June 16


EQUIPMENT PURCHASE
Continued from page 1
to present its recommendation
to the commission next week.
Commissioners agreed
during the meeting to hold a
special meeting Tuesday so the
board can take action on the
committee's recommendation.
The board has a scheduled
workshop set to begin at 3 p.m.
that day and while the agenda
for the special meeting was not
finalized by presstime, it is
expected to begin at 6 p.m.
The six companies and their
bids were: Shared Imaging,
Streamwood, Ill., $349,000;
Siemens Medical Solutions,
Miramar Beach, $529,531;
Phillips Medical Solutions,
Greensboro, N.C., $503,487;
Toshiba America Medical
Systems, Inc., Duluth, Ga.,
$558,302; GE Healthcare,
Jacksonville, $627,911; and
Surgical Connections,
Moultrie, Ga., $650,000.
"The project consists of the
removal of old CT equipment
from Doctors' Memorial
Hospital in Perry and the
installation of the new
equipment," the RFP states.
The scanner, along with the
two other pieces of radiological
equipment, will be purchased
by the county using excess
sales tax funds and then leased
to DMH. Commissioners
approved spending $2.2
million in total for the
equipment and associated
renovations needed at DMH in
March.
Last month, the county paid
off a $484,000 USDA
equipment loan for the hospital
using the same funds.
Because of the hospital's
financial struggles, the bond
council overseeing the sales tax
bonds recommended the
county keep title on the
equipment rather than let DMH
buy the equipment itself.
According to the new RFPs,
bids for the digital


mammography unit and MRI
equipment must be submitted
to the clerk of court's office by
4 p.m. on June 16. They will be
opened at 6:15 p.m. the same
day during the commission's
regular meeting.
The RFP for the MRI
contains a similar notice, but
also includes that "any
permitting or construction
costs including shielding will
be the responsibility of the
successful bidder."
It also requires that the
proposed equipment must fit in
the existing MR room.

Mutual aid

agreement

sought with

Dixie County

VOLUNTEER TRAINING
Continued from page 1
Manning said during the
meeting that EMT or
paramedic classes would be
held at Taylor Technical
Institute and the hospital
would need to work with the
school.
He also said the training
required would take at least six
months.
For the short-term, County
Administrator Jack Brown said
he and Manning will meet with
their counterparts in Dixie
County today (Friday) to
discuss the possibility of
establishing a mutual aid
agreement so the counties
will assist each other across
the river in Steinhatchee and
Jena.
Brown also said he was
planning to talk to DMH
officials about stationing an
EMS unit somewhere south
of Perry to shorten the
response time to those along
the beaches area, Steinhatchee
and Salem.


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A lot of work has been done and there is much to do.
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lopping shears and any garden tools that will be
helpful. Also sprayers, Roundup grass killer,
small chainsaws and mix.

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3 babies welcomed home


A-4 Perry News-Herald May 22-23, 2009


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Payten Salmons Emma Grace Wolfkill


Micheal and Kristina
Salmons of Perry announce the
birth of their daughter, Payten,
on April 19, 2009, at 8:06 p.m.
The new arrival weighed 6
poun Is, 8 ounces.
Birth announcement s are pub-
lished free as space permits;; an
accompanying picture costs $10.
Forms are available at the news-
paper office, 123 S. Jefferson St.


Andrew and Babita Wolfkill
of Austin, Texas, announce the
birth of their daughter, Emma
Grace, on May 11, 2009, at
10:19 a.m. in Austin. The new
arrival weighed 7 pounds,12.5
ounces and was 20.5 inches
long.
Maternal grandparents are
Hari and Rajni Kamnani of
Houston, Texas, and Al and
Faye Wolfkill of Perry.


2 reunions on May 23

The Lollis Family Reunion will be held Saturday, May 23, at
Forest Capital Park at noon. Family members and friends are
encouraged to bring a covered dish to share, as well as chairs for
seating.
The Houck Family Reunion will be held Saturday, May 23,
from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Union Hall on Old Dixie Highway.
Meat, paper goods and punch will be provided. Other family
members and friends are asked to bring a covered dish to share.


Gavin


Troy L. and LeAnn
Thompson of Perry announce
the birth of their son, Gavin
Layne, on April 3, 2009, at
7:59 a.m. in Thomasville, Ga.
Maternal grandparents are
Joe and Lori Vann.
The baby's maternal great
grandparents are Juanita and
Elbert Sever, and Pat and
Charlie Vann.
Paternal grandparents are
Troy and Sylvia Thompson,
and the late Martina (Mickey)
Thompson.
Paternal great grandparents
include the late Pilar and Maria
Villalba, as well as Troy and
Mary Thompson, and Chuck
and Polly Kincaid.


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I hope all mothers enjoyed
their Sunday this month--of
course, I will have something
special to say to all good
fathers next month for their
special day of recognition.

Herbs or Weeds?
'Well, I can't distinguish
between the herbs and weeds in
my herb garden at this point.
Aunt Nelda said that I should
have started my seeds on the
porch and then transplanted
them when identifiable. I'm not
sure if I should till under what I
have and do just that, or let the
herbs and weeds grow together
until I can recognize the herbs
and pull the weeds. Any
advice?.
Have you all been working
outdoors as hard as I have? I
have an electric mower and
weed eater, but not enough
extension cords, so it was quite
the job to mow my front lawn
and trim weeds! My wisteria is
finally growing up the post, as I
wanted, and my climbing roses
bloomed for the first time. I
could have sworn that the
caladiums grew, before my eyes
after I watered them yesterday
morning!

A Coop-Raising
My chicken coop is still in
the planning stages, but I am
gathering materials and have
perfected the design. I am
hoping to have a family "coop-
raising" and party --not unlike
the old-fashioned barn raising
"af yest y fi',i '-1 .
However, "if I don't hurry,
those little chickens will be
laying hens by the time the
coop is ready.

Lakebird Fish Fry
There was a community fish


By Deborah Sheffield

fry at Lakebird United
Methodist Church Saturday
evening. I had a chocolate chip
pound cake and red potato
salad all ready to go, but
couldn't make it at the last
minute. I hope everyone
enjoyed the fish, fellowship
and had a great time!

Ladies Petition
for table
The petition to have the
Ladies' Table restored to inside
the store was successful.
Although there is less room,
Mrs. Anderson and Mrs.
Walker once again have their
place for coffee each morning.

Historically
speaking...
There hasn't been much
Shady Grove history in my
columns as I initially hoped to
include, but I hope to change
that. The BC Blanton house
(which is over 100 years old) is
being moved from the
intersection of Hwy. 14 and
221. That house and a thriving
store once stood at that corner;
both were owned by my Great
Great Uncle B.C. Blanton. The
only evidence of that business
today is the concrete step used
so long ago.
I recall the Eschol Hendry
barber shop across the street
from those steps--Mr. Hendry
specialized in bowl cuts-- but
that little wooden building has
also given way to time
., marching on.
I would love to see some of"
those original pieces of history
brought to life in some way to
remind us of the kindnesses
and goodness people we now
only hold dear in our
memories.


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A Special
Thank You
I would like to convey thanks
to a very generous businessman
from Perry who owns the new
thrift stop at Jefferson and Ash.
A friend and I passed by
yesterday and stopped to ask
about a hospital bed for a dear
friend who was recently
diagnosed with cancer. The
bed is just what she needs!--
rest assured, kind sir, that it will
be paid forward once no longer
needed.
This spirit of generosity and
kindness lives on here in Taylor
County.
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Ingredients:
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1/4 t. baking soda
2 c. sugar
1 c. butter, softened
6 eggs
1 t. vanilla extract or flavor
1 8-oz. sour cream
1 c. mini chocolate chips

Preheat oven to 350 F. Stir
together flour and baking soda.
In mixer bowl, beat sugar and
butter until fluffy. Beat in eggs,
one at a time, until smooth; add
vanilla. Beat in sour cream
alternately with flour mixture.
Fold in, chocolate chips. Podt
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10-inch fluted tube cake pan.
Bake 1 hr. and 15 min. or until
wooden pick comes out clean.
Cool; remove from pan.
Sprinkle with confectioners
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Sa serious threat of
Lyme disease
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Controlling ticks and vaccinating
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At the Booking Desk


Editor's Note: It is the policy
of this newspaper to run the
names of all those arrested and
booked at the Taylor County Jail.
All those listed below have been
charged with a crime, but are
considered innocent until proven
guilty.
April 19:
Lavaski S. Williams, 18, 210
Sandra Street, violation of
injunction, Ptl. Griffin, PPD.
April 20:


Felita Land, 43, Mayo, VOP
(DWLR habitual), Deputy
Gunter, TCSO.
Travis Sadler, 19, 269
Bradshaw Blvd., VOP (burglary),
Capt. Johnson, TCSO.
April 21:
Sharon Ann Williams, 50, 171
Dundee Street, VOP (drug
offender), per Judge Murphy.
Robert Chandler Wood, 19,
Greenville, VOP (dealing in
stolen property), Deputy Gunter,


TCSO.
John Edward Ezell, 45, 500
Warner Ave., trespass after
warning, disorderly conduct, Ptl.
Cash, PPD.
April 22:
Jason Padgett, 33, 2736
Green Farm Rd.,
warrant/passing worthless
checks, Officer Ford, TCSO.
Ketra Hill, 20, 1518 Givens
Street, aggravated battery with
deadly weapon, violation of


repeat violence injunction,
Deputy Hayden, TCSO.
Christopher Cole, 19, 5325
Woodlawn Road, grand theft,
possession of controlled
substance, Deputy Hayden,
TCSO
.April 23:
Ablene Renee Martin, 30,
7168 Beach Road, DWLR,
vehicle theft, Ptl. Campbell,
TCSO.
April 24:


Zachary Charles Woods, 21,
4722 Woods Creek Road,
battery, Sgt. Ricketson, TCSO.
Kayla L. Brown, 19, 5299
Bryant Russell Road, disorderly
conduct, Ptl. Murphy, PPD.
Dereke Dwayne Franklin, 38,
Madison, child support, no
officer given.
Robby L. Wilson, 28, 2035
Dice Road, VOP (aggravated
battery, escape), Deputy
Whiddon, TCSO.


Amber Leann Jerrells, 20,
1202 S. Sparrow Street, DWLS
(knowingly), attaching tag not
assigned, no motor vehicle
registration, Ptl. Murphy, PPD.
Lavaski Williams, 18, 209
Alice Street, lewd and lascivious
battery, Deputy Upshaw, TCSO.
April 25:
Brian Lee Vinson, 18, 3749
Charles Sadler Lane, burglary of
dwelling, grand theft, Deputy
McKenzie, TCSO.


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Sports


A-6 Perry News-Herald May 22-23, 2009


Keaton Beach

Fishing Report


Trout came in despite


heavy winds and rain


BY PAT MCGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
WHEW...what a day this past
Tuesday was .... 20-25 knot w-i-
n-d and then rain the last hour
and we still had 14 trout with one
23.5 inches long for Shane, Josh
and Ricky Saunders of Moultrie,
Ga.
We fished in 4-5.5 feet of water
with live pinfish and Assassin
Glow/green eels and Assassin
Chicken-on-a-chain colored sea
shads under Cajuns. Buddy, we
earned those fish Tuesday!
Last week, on Friday, I took
John Ladson, Harry Moses
and Dan Confree out (all from
Vidalia, Ga.) and we had a great
mess of 15 trout to four pounds
and two Spanish from 4.5-5.5
feet of water fishing with live
pinfish under Cajuns.
Here are a few reports from
Keaton Beach Marina:
May 12 Alan and Lisa from
Leesburg, Ga., had nine trout


fishing 4 5 feet of water with
live shrimp under Cajuns.
Andrew Kicklighter and 3
friends, all from Sycamore, Ga.,
had 20 trout and 6 rockbass from
five feet of water while fishing
with Gulp pearl white.
David Brantley and Ethan
Singletary of Warner Robbins,
Ga., had their limit of 10 trout
from 2-! feet of water using new
penny 3-inch Gulp shrimp.
May 14 Gary and Sharon
Phillips of Valdosta, Ga., had
9 trout from 7 feet of water
bouncing pearl white Berkley
Gulp shrimp.
Kenny Fletcher and Kelly
Wadsworth of Valdosta had
their limit of 10 trout and 2 reds
fishing with gold Cordell Redfins
in 4 feet of water.
May 17 Susan, Ken and
Kevin Arnold of Keaton Beach
had 14 trout with one 22.5 inches
long using Gulp under a Cajun
Thunder.


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Cantrell, 3 others make All Big Bend


Allbritton signs with


Gulf Coast College


Taylor County High senior
pitcher/infielder Nicholas
Allbritton recently signed a
scholarship with Gulf Coast
Community College in Panama
City.
A three-year player for the
Bulldogs, Allbritton has been
one of the top hitters and
pitchers over the period. His
career batting average was .390
including 7 homeruns, 5 triples,
.22 doubles and 67 runs batted
in.
Over the past two seasons,
he has pitched in 26 games,
starting in 17 while tossing six
complete games. He had a 10-9
record (4 saves) while striking
out 120 batters in 105 innings
pitched. Allbritton's career ERA
is 2.72.
One of his best pitching
performances of his senior
season came against Hamilton
County when he recorded a
perfect game.
It just so happened that Gulf
Coast Coach Mike Kandler was
scouting the contest which led
to an Allbritton family visit to
the campus in late Ap'ril and the
subsequent signing earlier this
month.
"Nick has been a consistent
performer for us over the past


three years and I look forward
to his continued success at Gulf
Coast," Taylor County Coach
Reggie Wentworth said.
Allbritton, who played four
years on the TCHS golf team,
also had an offer from Brewton
Parker College in Mount
Vernon, Ga., and received
interest from Northwest
Florida State College in
Niceville, Santa Fe College in
Gainesville and George Wallace
Community College in Dothan,
Ala.
Other baseball honors that
have come Allbritton's way
include his 2003 selection to play
in the Amrican Baseball Hall of
Fame Invitational Tournament
in Cooperstown, N.Y., his
2008 selection to play in an
Underarmour Tournament in
Omaba, Neb., his participation
in North Florida's Top 100
College Prospect Series and
his selection to the Tallahassee
Democrat's All Big Bend Team
(honorable mention) in 2007
and 2008.
Scholastically, Allbritton
received a Bright Futures
Medallion Scholarship and plans
to study either building science
or business administration in
college.


Taylor County High's
Savannah Cantrell has been
selected to the 1st Team All
Big Bend soccer team. The
team is voted on by the area
coaches and sponsored by the
Tallahassee Democrat.
Three others from Taylor
County made the squad's
honorable mention list including
junior defender Brooke Barton,
senior keeper Korie Wilson
and freshman forward Macy


Gregory. Gregory finished this
past season with 26 goals and
18 assists and placed third in the
Big Bend in scoring.
Cantrell is a sophomore this
year playing center midfield
for the Bulldogs. She finished
the year with 26 goals and 20
assists. That was good enough
to finish second in the Big Bend
in scoring behind Player of the
Year Katie Hefelfinger.
"It's kind of funny because


most of the girls who were on
the 'All Big Bend' team have
been my teammates at one time
or another on the club teams
I've played on. So even though
we're from different high
schools, we still look at each
other as teammates," Cantrell
said.
As for future soccer plans,
Cantrell has been invited to
play on a select team this
summer that will play against


teams from throughout the
Southeast. After that it's back to
Tallahassee United Futbol Club,
which starts in August and then
next year's high school team.
Barton and Gregory also
play soccer year round. Both
play club ball with Tallahassee
United Futbol Club.
"The more girls we get
involved playing year round,
the more competitive team we
can put together for high school
next year," said High School
Coach Dara Nix. "Playing year
round really makes a difference
in their play, not to mention it
opens a lot of doors to go on and
play college soccer. I'm really
proud of our girls. They deserve
the recognition they received."


NicnolaS Allbntton (second trom right) is thanked by
his parents, Michael and Kim Allbritton (left) and Taylor
County High baseball Coach Reggie Wentworth (right).


Shocking catfish results in charges


Three DeFuniak Springs men
learned while they were fishing
in the Choctawhatchee River
that Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) law enforcement
officers can show up at the most
inopportune time.
FWC officers charged Derek
Lee Hurley (DOB 02/27/70),
Bryan Keith Miller (DOB
11/26/87) and Wilmer Dewaine
Powell (DOB 11/05/69)
with taking catfish from the
Choctawhatchee using an
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The charge is a second-degree
misdemeanor, punishable by
a fine of up to $500 and/or 60
days of jail time.
FWC Lt. Hampton Yates
said the three men and two
females were in two boats
north of Highway 90 on May
14 when FWC officers stopped
them. He said Powell's vessel,


which contained the two female
passengers, had too few life
jackets, which landed him an
additional charge.
Officers seized a variety of
equipment, including a 14-foot
Gheenoe, a 35-horsepower
motor, a boat trailer, an electro-
shocking device with cables and
chains, two long-handled dip
nets and four catfish.


'09 ticket package for sale
Tickets for the upcoming Taylor County High football season are
now available from any Bulldog player or coach.
The tickets are $25 and are good for all five home games this fall
as well as the spring jamboree contest on Saturday, May 23, against
Indian Rocks.
The Bulldogs' five home games include: Tallahassee-Chiles on
Sept. 18; Starke-Bradford on Sept. 25; Suwannee on Oct. 2; Fort
White on Oct. 30; and Florida High on Nov. 6.



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Religion


A-7 Perry News-Herald May 22-23, 2009


Youth Explosion at Northside Church of God


Come Saturday or Sunday!
Julian Drive will be featured in concert at Northside Church of
God on Saturday, May 23, at 6:30 p.m. as well as Sunday, May 24,
at 11 a.m. Also featured will be Dennis Page, Church of God,
Florida Youth Director.
Admission is free for students; tickets are $8 at the door for
adults. For more information, please call 584-2724.
Baptists stage Spring Festival
"Fun for everyone" is promised at a Spring Festival on Friday,
May 22, from 6-8 p.m. in the City Park. An obstacle course will
be set up along with carnival games. Free popcorn, drinks and
cotton candy will be available. Need more details? Call 584-7066.
Women's Day at St. Peter's
St. Peter's Primitive Baptist Church will host its annual Women's
Day program on Sunday, May 24, at 11 a.m. Sunday school will
begin at 9:45 a.m. with Freddie Davis of Port St. Joe as guest
speaker.

Christian rapper presents concert
Samuel "Cyrill" O Banner, a Christian rapper, will be featured in
concert at Evangel Christian Fellowship on Friday, May 22, at 7
p.m.


Pacific Ribbon, Philippine
Liberation, American Theater
Ribbon and Victory Medal.
Survivors include; his wife
of 34 years; Ruby Wilson
Smith of Perry; three sons,
Michael Smith of Perry, David
Smith of Stow, Ohio, and E.
Leon Huffman of Elkins, W.
Va.; three daughters, Darlene
Roy and Alecia Koontz of
Elkins, W. Va. and Linda


Perry First
Assembly o0


Marner Smith
Marner Smith
Marer Smith, 88, died May
19, 2009, in Tallahassee. He
was the former Environmental
Health Director for Taylor
County for 20 years.
Mr. Smith was the son of the
late Groves Smith and Alcia
Stout Smith.
A name of Harding. West
,V.a..and a ..ogp.ja.reside_ ':
Bre\ ard Count.. Mr. Smith had
I\cd in Perr\ for the past 36
\ears. He \\as the former
,i\\nei/operator of the Gand\
Motor Lodee. a member of the
\.F.'\.. served in the U S. Na\\
during World War 1. ser\ ing in
and earnine the Asiatic Theater

DAD

Bill

"Willie"

Wilbur

October 14, 1940

May 23, 2005

It has been four
years since the
day God called
you home.
There is never a
moment I don't
think of you.
You are greatly
missed!

Love,
Wayne & Becky


Derrick


Even though I don't always
show it, I love you more than
anything. Thank you for being
with me through thick and thin.
You are the best friend, father
and lover I've ever known.


((amnna


Pastor Justin Webb invites everyone to attend; the church is
located at 1454 Courtney Road. Please call 838-3222 for more
information.
Church celebrates pastor's anniversary
Temple of God Baptist Church will celebrate its pastor's eighth
anniversary on Sunday, May 24, at 4 p.m. Pastor Joseph T. Wright
and the Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church family from
Tallahassee will lead services honoring the anniversary of Robert
E. French.

Get onboard the Boomerang Express!
Lakeside Baptist Church invites the children in the community
to hop onboard the Boomerang Express for a train ride across the
"land down under." Planned for June 7-12, the Vacation Bible
School is structured for children three years old through sixth
grade.

Another trip to Australia?
Hop on board the Boomerang Express!
Southside Baptist Church invites everyone to travel through
Australia during Vacation Bible School, June 14-19. Registration
will be on Wednesday, June 10, at 6 p.m. "Everyone is invited to
come for an evening of food, games and fun. We'll have popcorn,


Shipp of Perry; three brothers-
in-law, Charles Wilson of
Perry, Jim Wilson of North
Carolina and Clarence Wilson
of Chicago; 12 grandchildren
and 10 great grandchildren.
A graveside service will be
held Friday, May 22, at 11 a.m.
at Pineview Memorial Gardens.
The family received friends
Thursday. Beggs Funeral
Home is in charge of


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Sunday School 10a.m. Wednesday 7 p.m.
Morning Worship 11 a.m. StudylPrayer Meeting
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snow cones and a bounce house."
The event begins at 5:30 p.m. with supper; classes follow at 6
p.m. The church is located at 673 Plantation Road.
V.B.S. planned at the Beaches
Blue Creek Baptist Church will hold Vacation Bible School June
8-12 from 6-8:30 p.m.
"Please share your children with us for fun, fellowship and,
Christian Bible teaching," organizers urge. A meal will bej
provided along with transportation in the Keaton Beach area.
For more information, please contact Sandra at 838-2674.

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W worship Service 11:00 -12:00
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Sunday Night
Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
Choir Practice 6:00 6:45
Sunday Service 7:00 8:00
Nursery provided with adult supervision 9:45-12:00ervice 7:00 -8:00
Mike Hicks, pastor Wednesday Night
Youth Group 6:00 7:30
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992 Study Group 7:00


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Traditional Worship 10:00 a.m. Choir 7:15 p.m.
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SUNDAY SERVICES
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training
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WEDNESDAY SERVICES
6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Mission Activities
Hwy. 27 584-5688
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New coach speaks
'New Taylor County High football Coach Shane Boggs
(center) was the guest speaker recently at the Perry
Kiwanis Club. Shown with Boggs are Kiwanis President
flandy Newman (left) and Program Chairman Jim
Bassett.

Cards of Thanks
Robinson
The Family of the late Roy Milton Robinson Sr. would like to
ihank those who showed love, kindness and provided various
contributions in our time of sorrow. We would like to give special
thanks to Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church, the Class of 1972
and Trinity Funeral Home for their support and commitment.
Be blessed,
The obinson Family

Parents, Grandparents, Siblings,
Friends, etc.
Send them a keepsake message in our,

2009 Grad Edition
to be published Friday, May 29

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Congratulations on
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Love, U
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VGrandma, Grandad and the
rest of your entire family


TCHS Class of '79
30th Reunion


June 27, 2009


Obituaries
Lavetta May Lola Leggett Stephens. Mrs. brothers, Marion, Charlie, Joe, at Joe P. Burs Funeral Home
Ss Parker Parker was a homemaker and a Roy and Harley Stephens; a Chapel on Saturday, May 23, at
Stephens Parker member of Salem Missionary sister, Lucinda Stephens Wood. 11 a.m. with Jay Black and
Mrs. Lavetta May Stephens Baptist, as well as the Survivors include: son, Chuck Dugan officiating.
Parker, 94, died May 21, 2009 Daughters of the Confederacy. Wendell J. Parker of Perry; Interment will follow at
at Marshall Health Care Center. She was preceded in death by seven grandchildren; five great Woodlawn Cemetery. Family
Born in: Taylor County, she her husband of 57 years, Ernest grandchildren; and a host of will receive friends Friday
was the, daughter of the late B. Parker in 1985; a son, E. nieces and nephews. from 6 to 8 p.m. at Joe P. Burns
Thomas Jefferson and Nancy Wayne Parker in 1991; Funeral services will be held Funeral Home.



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Barry (Butch) and Cynthia Taylor of Shady Grove, Fla.,
along with children Branldon, Mlake, Mercedes and McK.nzie proudly announce the engagement of
Breanda FaTae Taylor of Shady Grove
and R.B. Lee of Perry
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Community


Students from Ruth Harvey's and Leslie Dowers' classes visited Polly Waller at
the Book Mart to get a head start on their summer reading.


TCHS students invited to


'dive in' to summer reading


Taylor County High School
(TCHS) students can begin
earning rewards for the
2009-10 school year this
summer by reading.
"That's right--students can
earn a movie and snacks just by
reading two books while they


are lying on the beach or sitting
on their sofas this summer,"
Reading Coach Anne Morgan
said.
Students will need to read
books from the high school's
Accelerated Reader (AR) list
and score 70 or higher on a


Short story deadline is today
Give free rein to your artistic voice and take part in this year's Friends
of the Taylor County Public Library Short Story Contest. The deadline for
entries to today (Friday). There are three age categories: youth (grades 5
and below), student (grades 6-12) and adult. Stories must be under 2,500
words and content should be kept to a "family friendly" level. A complete
list of rules and entry forms are available at the library.


short multiple choice test
to prove they have read the
books.
Any student who meets these
criteria will be invited to the
gymnasium when school
begins for a a movie with
popcorn and a soda.
Students can access the AR
list at the public library, the
Book Mart, and on the students'
Edline accounts.
"As a community, let's
promote reading this summer
and help our students get ready
for the academic challenges
that lie ahead of them."


B-1 Perry News-Herald May 22-23, 2009




2 win Rosehead drawings


The Relay For Life team
from the Roseheads of Perry,
Chapter 2207 of the Red Hat
Society, has announced the
winners of drawings.
"We had wonderful prizes in
keeping with our theme of
'Cars'. We had two prizes of
equal value--a $50 gas card and
an auto detailing as each prize,"
Team Captain Cheryl Gregory
said.
The winner of the $50 gas
card donated by McClellan's
Shell and an auto detailing
donated by Extreme
Auto Detailing was Sara


Knowles.
Winning the $50 gas card
donated by Ware Oil and an
auto detailing donated by
Frazier's Auto Detailing was
Pansy Carlton.
"Both ladies were excited to
receive their prize and couldn't
believe they had won. We
would like to thank these fine
businesses for their generous
donations that made this fund
raiser a huge success. Our
tickets practically sold
themselves. These were things
people could really use. All the
money went to the American


Cancer Society," Gregory said.
The Roseheads expressed
their sincere thanks to
McClellan's Shell and Ware Oil
for each donating a $50 gas
card; also to Extreme Auto
Detailing and Frazier"s Auto
Detailing for each donating a
full auto detail.
"Their eagerness to help is
deeply appreciated. We want to
thank everyone who bought our
-tickets and for showing support
for our team and the American
Cancer Society. We couldn't
have done it without
community support."


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Dressing for Success
To benefit victims of domestic violence who find shelter at Refuge House, Beta Sigma Phi sorority
presented clothing, personal hygiene items and children's needs to Debra McGrew, left,'who is program
director and Yovonkia Herring who is a case manager. Sue Ellen Sullivan, right, made the presentation
on behalf of the local chapter of the sorority, Mu Omega.


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Entertainment


B-2 Perry News-Herald May 22-23,2009


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Robert Langdon returns to



save the Vatican in 'Angels'


Dan Brown's novel "The Da Vinci Code"
created a worldwide firestorm of controversy over
elements of the book that called into question
some fundamental claims of Christianity.
Lost in the debate, among the book's critics as
well as some of its supporters, was the fact that
the book is a work of fiction.
Despite the controversy, and most likely
because of it, Ron Howard's feature film
adaptation starring Tom Hanks went on to gross
more than $758 million worldwide.
So it was no wonder
that the film's producers
moved forward with
adapting the book', ;
predecessor (yes, itf
you didn't know, "The
Da Vinci Code" is the
second book about
symbologist Robert
Langdon).
In "Angels &
Demons," reworked
in film form to be a
sequel to "The Da
Vinci Code," Langdon .'
(Hanks) is called .;
upon by the Vatican to
help after a cult long
thought dead returns to
attack the church at its
most-vulnerable time.
Like in "The Da
Vinci Code," "Angels
& Demons" showcases
Brown's ability to mix
historical fact with his
Sown fiction. It's this

has drawn the most
criticism from religious
leaders, who believe his works give a false view
on Christianity and the Catholic church.
Honestly, even though I have a minor in history
and watched most of a two-hour special on the
History Channel about this very issue, I'm still
not clear exactly where the line between fact and
fiction lies.
In the end, however, both books--and movies
--are about entertaining. And in this, "Angel &
Demons" succeeds.
The story begins when an experimental batch
of antimatter--capable of becoming an incredibly
destructive weapon in the wrong hands--is stolen
from the European Organization for Nuclear
Research, known as CERN. (Ironically, when
Brown wrote "Angels & Demons," CERN was
pretty much unheard of outside scientific circles,
but thanks to the Large Hadron Collider making
news last year, most people know the name now.)
At the same time, four Catholic cardinals, at the
Vatican to take part in Conclave to name a new
pope, are kidnapped.
The agent behind both crimes claims to be
part of the legendary Illuminati, returning from
secrecy to get their revenge for crimes perpetrated
by the church back in the 1600s, including the
persecution of Galileo Galilei after he published


JUNE 7
The Tallahassee Bach Parley, a
baroque music ensemble that
performs on period instruments,
will conclude its concert
season with a "Carnival in
Vienna" featuring 17th century
Central European music. The
concert will be held at 3 p.m.
at St. John's Episcopal Church
(located at 211 North Monroe
Street in Tallahassee), and is
free and open to the public. For
more information, visit www.
tallahasseebachparley.org.


MAY 28-JUNE 14
The Tallahassee Little Theater
presents the Pulitzer Prize
winning plan by Beth Henley,
"Crimes of the Heart."The play
followed the three Magrath
sisters, Meg, Babe and Lenny,
who reunite in Mississippi after
one of them shoots her abusive
husband. The Tallahassee Little
Theater is located at 1861
Thomasville Rd. in Tallahassee.
For more information or to
purchase tickets, visit www.
tallahasseelittletheatre.org or
call 850-224-8474.


works advocating the sun-centric view of the
solar system.
The alleged involvement of the Illuminati and
the appearance of their fabled ambigrams (able
to be read right side up and upside down) draws
Langdon into the mystery.
Within minutes (in film time),he's at the Vatican,
where he meets Vittoria Vetra (Ayelet Zurer), a
member of the CERN research team that created
the antimatter; Camerlengo Patrick McKenna
(Ewan McGregor), the personal, chamberlain
to the previous
pope who is now in
charge of the Vatican
during conclave; and
SCommander Richter
S(Stellan Skarsgird),
the head of the Swiss
Guard, whose job it is
a to protect the Vatican.
Fans of the book will
quickly realize that
while "The Da Vinci
Code" stayed very true
to the original source
material, there are
some major changes in
"Angels & Demons."
With the book nearly
600 pages long, it was
obviously necessary to
make cuts. (The movie
still runs two hours,
18 minutes.) It was
somewhat distracting
at first, especially
considering almost the
entirety of the first 100

gone.
Screenwriters David
Koepp and Akiva Goldsman do an admirable job
getting the plot pieces to work in the time allowed
for a movie adaptation.
That being said, I did have some issues with the
story. The minor role of Cardinal Strauss (Armin
Mueller-Stahl) is portrayed in a better light in
the book than he is in the movie, and his actions
somewhat muddy the implications of the final act.
Additionally, a significant revelation at the end is
omitted, which changes the motivations behind
one character and really changes the motivations
behind one of the film's biggest surprises.
Overall, however, the movie has a solid story
that keeps the action moving forward at a much
faster clip than the previous film.
As for the controversy behind the film, although
Catholics might be upset by the portrayal of the
church, Christians as a whole should have nothing
to worry about this time around.
"Angels & Demons" is a thrilling, historical
adventure set in beautiful locales in Rome and the
Vatican. Personally, I think the Roman chamber
of commerce should have paid the filmmakers,
as I'm sure (the economy allowing) tourism there
should see a nice uptick in coming months.
The movie is rated PG-13 for sequences of
violence, disturbing images and thematic material.


MAY 29
Folk Artist Janet Moses presents
"Rally in the Alley: A Fusion of
Entertainment & Enlightenment:'
from 7-9 p.m. at 254 SW Range
Ave. in Madison. The event
will feature Native American
music, history, legends and
folklore. Listen to author and
historian, Dr. Joe Knetsch, tell his
tale of Indian life in North Florida.
Musician Jonny Lipford will
entertain with his contemporary
Native American flute. The event
is free. For more information, call
850-973-3971 .
JUNE 5-6
The Wannee Festival 2009
returns to the Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park in
Live Oak, featuring the 40th
anniversary of the The Allman
Brothers Band as well as Gov't
Mule, The Doobie Brothers,
Toots and the Maytals, Little
Feat, Umphrey's McGee, Susan
Tedeschi and many more. Two-
day Wanee tickets, which include
three nights of primitive camping,
are $153. VIP ticket packages
are $353. For more information
or to purchase tickets, visit www.
waneefestival.com.


JUNE 20
Tallahassee Model Railroad Show
and Sale returns to the North
Florida Fairgrounds. The event
will include local and out-of-town
vendors selling a variety of model
railroad equipment, supplies
and other related railroad
memorabilia. Admission is $5 for
adults and free for children under
13. For more information, visit
www.bbmra.org.


JUNE 4
Recent inductee into the Blues
Hall of Fame, guitarist Hubert
Sumlin, will be at the Bradfordville
Blues Club. Sumlin was guitarist
for the legendary Howlin' Wolf
and inspired many of the great
guitarists over the past 30-plus
years. Advance tickets are $25
and are available online at www.
bradfordvillebluesclub.com or by
calling 850-906-0766.
JUNE 20
Country rapper Colt Ford will
perform at Forest Capital State
Park in Perry. Tickets are $15 per
person and can be purchased at
Timberland Ford.


Playhouse Disney Live!, the
live touring stage production
featuring favorite characters
from four shows in Disney
Channel's popular Playhouse
Disney program block for
preschoolers, is coming to
Tallahassee this October for one
show only.
Tickets for the show at the
Tallahassee-Leon County Civic
Center went on sale Tuesday at
the Civic Center box office and
ticketmaster.com, or by phone
at 800-322-3602.
Playhouse Disney Live!
brings characters from "Mickey
Mouse Clubhouse," "Little
Einsteins," "Handy Manny"
and "My Friends Tigger &
Pooh" together on the same
stage, creating interactive
moments for children and
their families. The original
storyline follows this colorful
cast as they set off in their
own unique ways to create
and contribute songs and
music for an "unforgettable"
musical party at Mickey's
Clubhouse.
As a special bonus, at each
performance, one lucky family
will be chosen to win a Zippity
Full-Body Learning System



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from LeapFrog.
To find out more about
Playhouse Disney Live! visit
www.playhousedisneylive.com.


Tickets will be priced at $40,
$30, $25,'$20 and $15.
Visit www.tlccc.org for
details.


Tickets for Playhouse Disney Live! at the Tallahasse-
Leon County Civic Center goes on sale Tuesday.


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By MARK VIOLA airing on NBC sister channel "House," "Kitchen
This has been the week USA, and the fact that it hasn't Nightmares," "Life
television fans have been ended its season yet. to Me," "The Simpsons" and
dreading or anticipating, even if ABC "'Til Death."
they didn't know it. ABC, of all the networks, Canceled are: "King of
The big four networks made seems to have lost its identity, the Hill," "Prison Break" and
their "up front" announcements It has several big hits like ''Terminator: The Sarah Connor
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next season and in doing so, to mention "Dancing with the CBS has been on top of the
made it clear which shows were Stars," but attempting to classify television world for quite awhile,
not making it through, its slate as a whole, I come up thanks to
That being said, the quirks blank. I will give them credit shows like
of showbiz had left the fates of for taking some risks, with "CSI" and
a few shows still up in the air, shows like "Lost" and "Pushing its offspring,
but we.should know soon. Also Daisies ," "Criminal
note: the following lists don't even though Minds" and
include new shows which will .the latter "NCIS." The
debut next season. experienced home to more procedurals than
NBC a premature you can shake a stick at, CBS's
Of all the networks, the'. death last only real problem, ratings wise,
biggest changes will be at NBC, December. is that its audience has been
as it will be replacing its 10 p.m. Coming back are: "The trending older.
hour Monday through Friday, Bachelor," "Better Off Still, CBS's glut of successful
with a new Jay Leno talk show. Ted," "Castle," "Dancing programming means that shows
That's a third of their primetime 'with .the Stars," "Desperate that would probably survive
landscape. Leno is stepping Housewives," "Grey's on other networks found
down from "The.Tonight Show" Anatomy," "Lost," "Private themselves at risk, such as "The
next Friday, and will be replaced Practice," "Scrubs," Unit," which was disbanded this
by Conan O'Brien. "Supernanny," "Ugly Betty" week after four seasons, and
NBC announced the move in and "Wife Swap." "Without a Trace," which will
December, Cahceled are: "According be MIA next season too.
with analysts to Jim," "Cupid," "Dirty Sexy' Coming back are: "The
k split over Money," "Eli Stone," "In Amazing Race," "The Big
whether this the Motherhood," "Pushing Bang Theory," "Cold Case,"
will help or hurt the network, Daisies," "Samantha Who?" "Criminal Minds," "CSI," "CSI:
which has been languishing in and "The Unusuals." Miami," "CSI: New York,"
fourth place in the ratings over FOX "Gary Unmarried," "How I Met
the past few years. Fox, unlike its counterparts, Your Mother," "The Mentalist,"
With few exceptions, the only offers two hours of "NCIS," "New Adventures of
network's season will be split primetime entertainment Old Christine," "Numb3rs,"
into two, with one slate debuting per night during the week "Rules of Engagement,"
in the fall and a second one for (unless you now count NBC, "Survivor" and "Two and a Half
the winter (after the Olympics). although that depends on your Men."
What you really care about, impression of Leno and his Canceled are: "Eleventh
however, is whether your chin). Therefore, Fox has fewer Hour," "The Unit," "Without a
favorite show made the cut, shows to deal with. Trace" and "Worst Week."
right? It did have a number of new Maybe: "Flashpoint." With
Coming back are: "30 shows this season that made a "Medium" taking its Friday
Rock," "The Biggest Loser," mark, including "Fringe," which night spot, the Canadian import
"The Celebrity Apprentice," benefitted this winter and spring is in limbo in the states.
"Chuck," "Friday Night l by following
Lights," "Heroes," "Law & "American
Order" (tying the 20-year Idol" on
record of "Gunsmoke"), "Law Tuesdays,
& Order: SVU," "The Office," and Joss
"Parks and Recreation" and W h edon's
"Southland." "Dollhouse." Although the latter
Canceled are: "Kath & was plagued by low ratings X.Men Origins: Wolverine
Kim," "Kings," "Knight Rider," and a poorly received first Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m. os min.
"Life" and "Lipstick Jungle." round of episodes, a reportedly Sunday 4:00 p.m. (PG-'3)
Maybe: Both "Medium" and strong finish saved it, along Night at the Museum 2
"My Name is Earl" have been with a bit of karma from Fox's Fri. & Sat. 7:30 p.m
canceled, but there is a "but." notorious (among fans) axing of Sunday 4:00 p.m. (PG)
In the case of "Medium," is was Whedon's last show, "Firefly."
produced by CBS Paramount Although Fox has denied Star Trek ...3 Earth I"
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picked up the show for next "Dollhouse," the network did in Sunday 4:00p.m. Sunday 4:00p.m.
season, putting it on Fridays turn kill "Terminator: The Sarah oM. NATTRACTONS.
between "Ghost Whisperer" Connor Chronicles," ironically Up. Tmrnslormer, LandoLm. L:.
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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.



Small ads...big deals!


Two-Family Yard Sale Saturday at 1977
Dice Road (turn left at Roy Deal's
Oyster Bar), 8 a.m. until. Toys, tools and
lots more.
5/22

Yard Sale Saturday 7 a.m. noon. 128
Bullen Lane. Washer/dryer, Oak table
with 6 chairs and lots of misc.
5/22

Huge multi-family garage sale Friday,
Saturday, Sunday & Monday (May 22,
23, 24, & 25th) 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Also,
Friday, Saturday & Sunday (May 29, 30,
& 31st) 18100 & 18160 East Royal Oak
Drive (Leisure Retreats). From town:
around Dead Man's Curve, left onto
Live Oak rd. and follow "garage sale"
signs. Table wood lathe, small drill
press, band saw, numerous hand tools,
microwave and small household
appliances, glassware, dishes, craft
items, collectibles, small furniture
items, computer desk, washer and
dryer, Christmas items, fishing
equipment & much more.
5/20-5/29


Equipment sale Trailers, saw's, all
kinds of equipment. Saturday starting
at 9 a.m. Watts Rd. (off McDaniel Rd.)
5/20-5/22

Kids Kaboodle
Gently used kids clothes, video games
and systems. Pageant gowns, now in.
Now accepting consignment on large
baby items, cribs, swings, etc. must be
clean and all parts attached. Limited
space. Call for more info. 111 1/2 E.
Green St. 843-5324.
4/29-5/29

Is your computer slow? Service &
Sales of new and used computers.
-Service available in your home
bu inesse838-1683.. ii
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2 pc full/twin mattress sets in sealed
plastic New $129 ea. set. Can deliver.
545-7112.
5/22GCN4

A new 100% leather sofa, love seat &
chair set. Espresso. Solid oak
foundation. No vinyl. Never used. Still in
crates. $1100 for set. 425-8374, can
deliver.
5/22GCN4

Beautiful solid wood 8 pc. queen
canopy bedroom set. Gorgeous
dovetail drawers, new in boxes.
Sacrifice $1499. 222-7783. Delivery is
available.
5/22GCN4

Bedroom: 6 piece set, all new. Sacrifice
$550.545-7112. Delivery possible.
5/22GCN4

Brand new 3 pc. king mattress set. Still
in wrapper $269. Can deliver. 222-
7783.
5/22GCN4
(1) 27" C.TV with stand $100; (1) 27"
flat screen with DVD and VHS $140; (1)
19" C.TV with DVD and VHS $100;(1)
2000 GMC Jimmy $1,500; (1) Seminole
Boat and Trailer $500; (1)
refrigerator/freezer $150; (1) stove
$200; (1) washer $125; (1) dryer $100;
(1) oak writing desk $100; ant. R/R safe
$200; 1 maple full size bed $100; 1
recliner $100. Call Robert 850-570-
3803.
5/22

Complete 5 piece Sectional Living
Room set, sofa, love seat, wedge, chair
& ottoman. $1399 for whole set!
Hardwood foundation, lifetime warranty,
new in crate, del. available. 222-9879.
5/22GCN4


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New Curio Display Cabinet. Still boxed.
$199 425-8374
5/22GCN4

Wrought Iron Bed $199. New in box.
545-7112.
5/22GCN4

Complete bicycle gas engine kits, 130
MPG, $275. Perry Scooters, 1302 N.
Jefferson St. 584-2979.
5/22-5/27

Maytag Front load washer $400; GE
glass top stove $350; Roll top desk
$100; ceramic molds w/lots and lots of
paints $100; 3 window units. O.B.O. Call
371-2174.
5/22

Two 10,000 BTU air conditioners,
window units. One used 1 season and
one used 2 seasons. $175 each or
$300 for both. Call 850-672-0183.
5/15-5/20


New 350-watt electric 3 and 4 wheel
mobility scooters starting at $495.
ATV's, Go-Karts & Motor Scooters. We
repair most makes and models. Also,
tires and tubes for ATV's. Perry
Scooters 1302 N. Jefferson St. Phone
371-1432.
3/13-6/12

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




Computer repair. New and used
computers with your data transfer
included. Repairs available at your
home or business. 838-1683.
10/24PC

For Sale loveseat like new, tan
w/green $300. May be seen after 7 p.m.
Call 584-4570
5/20-5/22



If you're looking for a pet, be sure to
check the Taylor County Animal Shelter
at 838-3525
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Baby chicks $1.00 and up
Laying hens $12.00
Rainsoft water system $2,000
850-584-7781.
5/20-5/29



If you have lost a pet, be sure to check
the Taylor County Animal Shelter at
838-3525
12/19tfHH
Lost Dog Chihuahua, blonde female,
around Buckeye Nursery Rd. Call 843-
2256 and ask for Jessica Padgett
5/20-5/22
Missing old female white and yellow
hound. Missing since May 18 from
downtown. "Taffy" isn't wearing a coller.
584-6880
5/22-5/29


FOUND DOG Brown, short haired mix
breed, Medium size. Found off Ash St.
Has leather collar, no tag. 843-1872.
5/20-5/22



Need Cash?
Got Junk?
Got Junk Cars, Truck?
I buy Scrap Metalsl!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
2/7tfRC


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FINALLY AVAILABLE! Guaranteed
owner financing if you have land.
Ironwood Homes of Perry 850-838-
9090.
4/15tflH

NO DOWN PAYMENT for land owners
(even if you still owe money on your
property!) Call Prestige Home Centers
352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-2492.
12/12tfPH

Trade-ins welcome, no down payment
for land owners! Call Prestige Home
Centers 352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-
2492.
12/12tfPH

Reduced! Western Red Cedar Home!
Beautiful 3/2 repo w/covered porch.
Prestige Home Centers Chiefland, 800-
477-2492 or 352-493-2492.
3/25tfPH

Close out model! 64x28 w/10 ft covered
porch. Ask about the free down
payment money! Prestige Home
Centers Chiefland, 800-477-2492 or
352-493-2492.
3/25tfPH

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.
3/25tfPH



Apartment for rent one year lease. 1
bed/1 bath $425 with $425 deposit;
also, 2 bd/2 bath $575 plus $575
deposit. Call for appointment 223-3369.
No pets.
5/22-6/5

3 bedroom house on spacious 3 acres
in Shady Grove $600 month w/$250
Security deposit. Call 850-371-2200 or
850-584-9497 after 7 p.m.
5/22tfKR

House for Rent: 3 Bed/1 Bath, Washer
and dryer h6ok-up. HUD certificate
preferred. Call 386-255-0867 or 850-
584-7178.
5/22-5/29

3 BR/2 BA Very clean. Stove,
refrigerator and D/W. No pets or
smoking inside. Robinson and Aman
Rd. 2 acres land.
$750 plus deposit. 850-578-2240.
5/22-6/12


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North side 3 Bed Room House
Completely refurbished and ready for
move in by June 1st. Conveniently
located to schools. $650 / month $300
SD deposit. Also motivated to sell for
$105,000.00, may entertain owner
financing w/ 10% down. Call
850.371.2200 or 850.584.9497 after
7pm.
5/22tfKR
WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS
$199 MOVE-IN SPECIAL
For Basic to Market renters. 1,2, or 3
BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers considered
and rental assistance may be available.
Equal Housing Opportunity. Office
hours are 8:00-5:00 Mon.- Thurs. Call
850-584-5668.709 W. Church St. Perry,
FL 32348. TDD 711.
5/13tfWP

Clean 2 bed/ 1 bath mobile home with
large carport, just in city limits. $450 per
month, 1st and last + $250 sec. 850-
303-2231.
5/15-5/22

HOUSE FOR RENT 4 Bedroom, 2
Bath; storage area, No pets, No
children. First months rent and security
deposit required. Utilities not included.
Credit check and references required.
Semi-commercial area. For more
information, please call 850-584-6666,
ext 407.
5/13tfWO

Efficiency Apartment for rent $400
month, no pets, no children. 371-1562.
5/8-5/20

RV space for rent. Private property
$152 month, water and septic. 371-
1568.
5/8-5/20

For Rent Small cottage. 2 bath, AC,
DW, Washer & Dryer. References
required. 584-4596.
5/13-5/22

STEINHATCHEE 2 Bed/2.5 bath
mobile home with Florida room, large
carport and central Heat/AC. First, last
, and, security deposit required. Call 1-.
S352-339-2732.
5/13-5/20

Apartment for Rent, with private
entrance. One bedroom and private
bath, 584-8045.
5/8tfMC

Mobile Home for rent. 2 bd/2 bath $350
month, $100 sec. deposit. 584-7084
5/8-5/20

Furnished apartment for rent. 1 or 2
adults only, no children, no pets.
Utilities and satellite provided. $150 per
week, plus $150 deposit. Good
references needed. Call 584-2199.
5/6-5/22

1/2-acre lot for rent on paved road. City
or well water. 850-584-9084.
5/6-5/29
Furnished one bedroom trailer for rent
1 or 2 adults only. No children, no pets.
Utilities and satellite TV included. $160
per week. Plus $160 deposit. Good
references needed. Call 584-2199.
5/1-5/20
2 Bed/2 bath w/dryer, upgraded
appliances. Fenced back yard, $700.
first and last. Very private. 850-672-
0850.
5/6-5/29


Marshall Health

& Rehab Center


is looking for CNA'S

to work 3p 11p & 11p -7a

Anyone interested in taking the CNA course at
Marshall can come in and put in an application.

,,: SClasses will be
starting soon!


207 Marshall Dr.
Perry, Fla.
Drug Free Workplace
Equal Opportunity Employer


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25 HP Kohler motor $300 Call 584-
6925.
5/1tf


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


Office Facility

for Lease

Located on grounds of
Perry Foley Airport
Brick and vinyl office type facility
1,770 sq. ft.
Four office spaces and two restrooms
Currently houses
Taylor County 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


LPN or MEDICAL ASSISTANT

Needed for Family Practice
Perry, FL

Clinical experience,
proficient computer skills required.
Must have valid certificate
and/or current license.

Send resume
HRdepartment@nfmc.org or
fax (850) 298-6054.
EOE/DFWP/M/F


For Rent 2B/B home w/adjacent 2000
sq. ft. building off Hwy. 221 near town.
Deposit & 1st month's rent required.
Call 838-5338.
5/20-5/29AR

Roommate needed. 12810 Spring
Warrior Rd. Call 584-2506.
5/20-5/22

For rent 2 bedroom apartment. $150
weekly, includes electric, water, cable.
Close to town. No pets. $300 deposit
843-1304 or 584-6256.
5/20-5/22

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

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.
1/7tfLS
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 for 2 BR/2 Ba $475;
2 BR/1 Ba $375 and 2 BR/2 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
Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
Rental assistance available. HUD
vouchers accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC &
non- HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon.-Thurs.
Call 850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315
Puckett Rd, Perry, Fl, 32347. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
5/2tfnSV



Newly remodeled 4 bd/2 ba with
computer room, carport, work shed,
new roof, great location down town
area. Behind Wachovia Bank. 409 W.
Bay St. $97,500. 838-6077 or 584-
2270.
5/20tfJM
Land for sale, 221 North Between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker
Rd. 1 acre lots with paved roads. Owner
financing available. Please call (386)
658-1346 or (850) 584-7466.
tfEF

3 BR/2 Bath, mobile home on 5 acres
off Woods Creek Road with outside
shop. 850-843-0841.
4/17-5/20 ,

For Sale 3/2.5 DW on 1/2 acre, city
water and sewer, $59,000 owner
financing available. 386-365-4981.
5/15-5/22



1998 Camaro Z28 black with T-Top;
automatic, AC, power windows/locks
and remote access, $5800, O.B.O. Call
584-7722 or 843-2196 or 584-1155 for
more information.
5/13-5/22
Ford F-150 Truck 300-6 cylinder
rebuilt motor, automatic transmission,
power steering, power brakes, tool box,
aluminum diamond plate inside cover
and tail gate, 75SR16 Trail Climber
Summit Radials, rebuilt carb, starter
and fuel pump, new water pump, plugs
and wires, nice interior Low Price of
$1800.00 Bud Chute 850-843-0127.
5/22-6/3

For sale: Five 215/55R17 Michelin Tires
in Brand New condition.. Only on car 3
weeks. 223-2266, if no answer leave
message.
5/13tfLD

1994 Dodge Ram 1500. Mag V8
w/topper $2500. Call John 223-3431.
5/20-5/22


Boat for sale Riverhawk Ganoe 15 ft,
3.5 HP mercury 2008 motor, 4 stroke,
40 lb. minnkate trolly motor 2008,
battery, GPS, battery charger paddle.
Can't fish no longer, will sell for $2,400.
Also, '08' Magic tilt trailer. call 584-9455
5/13-5/29

Boat for sale 1987 Sea Ray on guard
motor, needs some work $400. Must
sell 843-5420.
5/20-5/22

2005 16' Sundance Fiberglass boat. 40
HP motor, 107 Ibs. thrust great white
saltwater series trolling motor, center
console, perfect flats or river boat.
Asking $7,800 (payoff) call 843-1151.
5/20-5/22

15ft Alumacraft boat, 25hp Yamaha and
performance trailer w/fish finder and
captain seats $3,500. Two new Maxis
Bighorn mud tires 305/70R17 $200.
Call 371-1231.
5/15-5/27

Boat for sale Riverhawk Ganoe 15 ft,
3.5 HP mercury 2008 motor, 40 Ib
minnkate trolly motor 2008, battery,
GPS, battery charger paddle. Can't fish
no longer, will sell for $2,400. Also, '08'
mayer tilt trailer. call 584-9455
5/13-5/29



Part-Time Secretary 20 flexible
hrs./week, possibility of becoming full
time. $9-10/hr. based on experience.
Send resume to Human Resources
Dept. PO Box 1114, Perry, FL 32348 by
May 29, 2009.
5/15-5/22CPB
Gilman Building Products is accepting
applications for a Lumber Grader at our
Perry mill. Experience required. Apply
at 1509 S. Byron Butler Pkwy., or send
resume to P. 0. Box 1727, Perry, Florida
32348. Gilman Building Products is an
Equal Opportunity Employer and
promotes a Drug Free Work Place.
5/22-6/3
Busy multi-business office is looking for
experienced part-time office help to
assist with basic, day-to-day office
duties, such as multi-line phones,
computers, filing copier/fax, adding
machine, etc. Must be reliable,
organized and work well with others.
Some lifting (30+#) may be required.
Fax resume to 850-584-7566 or email
to jandjequip@gtcom.net DFWP
5/15tfJJ

J&J Equipment of Perry is seeking
dependable construction help willing to
travel. Must possess a clean Florida
driving record & transportation. Drug
testing is required. Past applications
need not apply. Call between 3 to 5 p.m.
Monday Friday. 850-584-6555.
5/13tfJ&J

Looking for experienced refrigeration
technicians and HVAC installers. Must
have clean driving record.
Also looking for a
Bookkeeper/Receptionist. Send
resumes to adv_ref@fairpoint.net.
Drug Free Workplace. Call 584-3626.
5/6tfAR




For Hire Gardener.
Hire me to do the yard work that
nobody else wants to do. Perry and
Beach Area. Call 850-838-7407.
5/8-5/20

J.C. Handyman Service
Sheds, porches, decks
Remodel and Repair
Mobile homes, vinyl siding, painting
and more. 28 years experience. Phone
223-3351 Call anytime.
5/20-5/29

Ryans Lawn & Landscaping! Call 843-
1151 for all your lawn care needs. Free
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I am a CNA. I would like to take care of
your loved ones. I can provide
references If requested. Call 850-672-
2990.
5/20-5/22

Shady Grove Lawn Patrol
New affordable lawn care service
seeking new customers in Taylor and
Madison County. No job to big Or to
small. Call Wade Cruce at 850-584-
5350.
5/20-5/22

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Also, Bobcat Work Done
Root Rake, Grabbler, Front End
Loader for Excavation/ Cleanup,
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See ad in phone book page 114.
4/24-5/29

J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates.
We also grind stumps. Call today 838-
1280. Firewood for sale.
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Chad H. Dees lawn care all work done
right. Free estimates, give us a call at
home 850-584-8959 or cell 850-371-
1510.
4/1-8/28
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-
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Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush
hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling
and complete lawn service. Call 584-
6737.
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low rates, free estimate.
850-584-6574.
5/13-6/5
JM Handyman Home Repairs, LLC
Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate
wood available, Mobile Home Repairs,
RV Leak Repairs. 578-3776, 838-6077
or 584-2270.
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I, Darrell Hudson, will no longer be
responsible for any debts other than
my own effective May 20, 2009.
5/22-5/29
Good hearted Grandpa, 64, seeking a
good hearted grandma for fun, life,
laughs and love. Experienced with'
R.V.'s and boats, also in need of
sleeping room, Call John at 239-938-'
6026.




Notice is hereby given to, Rosemary
Kay Titus. Unless payment is made on
1995 Ford F150, VyIN:
1FTEF14N4SNA12724 for towing &
storage charges on 5/1/2009;
Vehicle will be auctioned on the 9th
day of June, 2009 @ 10 am qt Thomas
Chevrolet 2128 Hwy 19 S, Perry, FL
(850) 584-6221 per F.S. 713.585
5/22
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned intends to sell the
personal property described below
to enforce a lien imposed on said
property under the Florida Self
Storage Facility Act Statutes (section
83.801-83.809)
The undersigned will sell at public
sale' by competitive bidding or
dispose of on or after the 30th day of
May, 2009, on the premises where
said property has been stored and
Storage, 1110 FirsfveeOM "t'M e,
Florida, the following:
Unit #38, William Hite.
Dated this 14th day of November,
2008.
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Dog bite injuries highest among children


Editor's Note: The following is
week four of a six-week series
presented by the Perry Rotary
Club, in conjunction with the Taylor
County Health Department, to
reduce child mortality in the Taylor
County area.
National Dog Bite
Prevention week is May 17-23.
According to the Centers for
Disease Control (CDC), 4.5
million Americans are bitten by
dogs each year, and one in five
dog bites (885,000) results in
injuries that require medical
attention. Moreover, in 2006
more than 31,000 people
underwent reconstructive
surgery as a result of being
bitten by dogs. There are ways
to make dog bites less likely
and to help prevent children
from being bitten by dogs.
Children, adult males and
people with dogs in their homes
are most likely to be bitten by a
dog. The CDC specifies that the
rate of dog bite-related injuries
to children is highest for those
ages 5 to 9 years, and children
are more likely than adults to
receive medical attention for
dog 'bites than adults.
Positively, recent research
shows that the rate of dog-bite
related injuries among children
seems to be decreasing. Among
adults,' males are more likely
than females to be bitten.
Lastly, among children and
adults, having a dog in the
household is associated with a
higher incidence of dog bites.
As the number of dogs in the
home increases, so does the
incidence of dog bites. Adults
with two or more dogs in the
household are five times more
likely to be bitten than those
living without dogs at home.
Dog bites are a largely
preventable public health
problem, and adults and
children can learn to reduce
their chances of being bitten.
Before bringing a dog into a
Some, consult -with a
professional (e.g., vetei~iarian,
animal behaviorist, or
responsible breeder) to learn
what breeds of dogs are the best
fit for the household.
Dogs with histories of
aggression are not suitable for
households with children.
Be sensitive to cues that a
child is fearful or apprehensive
about a dog. If a child seems
frightened by dogs, wait before
bringing a dog into your
household.
Spend time with a dog before
buying or adopting it. Use
caution when bringing a dog
into a household with an infant
or toddler.
If you decide to bring a dog
into your home:
Spay/neuter your dog (this
often reduces aggressive
tendencies).
SNever leave infants or
young children alone with a
dog.
Don't play aggressive
games with your dog (e.g.,
wrestling).
SProperly socialize and train
any dog entering your
household. Teach the dog
submissive behaviors (e.g.,
rolling over to expose the
abdomen and giving up food
without growling).
Immediately seek
professional advice (e.g., from
veterinarians, animal


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breeders) if the dog develops
aggressive or undesirable
behaviors.
To help prevent children
from being bitten by dogs,
teach the following basic safety
tips and review them regularly:
Do not approach an
unfamiliar dog.
Do not run from a dog or
scream.
Remain motionless (e.g.,
"be still like a tree") when
approached by an unfamiliar
dog.
If knocked over by a dog,
roll into a ball and lie still (e.g.,
"be still like a log").
Do not play with a dog
unless supervised by an adult.
Immediately report stray
dogs or dogs displaying
unusual behavior to an adult.
Avoid direct eye contact
with a dog.
Do not disturb a dog that is
sleeping, eating, or caring for
puppies.
Do not pet a dog without
allowing it to see and sniff you
first.
If bitten, immediately
report the bite to an adult.
Many bites may be more
severe than just physical
deformity. Many animals may
be carriers of rabies. Rabies is
a disease that naturally affects
only mammals, such as


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raccoons, skunks, foxes and
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birds, snakes or fish. In the
United States, rabies is much
more common in wild animals
than in pets like cats or dogs.
In the United States today,
about 93 of every 100 reported
cases of rabies are in wild
animals. Most of the cases are
found in raccoons, skunks, bats
and foxes. Raccoons are the
most common wild animal with
rabies today. Cats had the
largest number of reported
rabies cases in pets. Therefore,
it is important to make sure that
canine and feline pets are
vaccinated against rabies.
Important points to share
with children and adults are to:
Never touch unfamiliar or
wild animals. Enjoy wild
animals from afar.
Avoid direct contact with
stray animals. Stray cats and
dogs may not have been
vaccinated against rabies.
Never adopt wild animals
or bring them into your home.
Do not try to nurse sick
animals to health. It is common
to want to rescue and nurse a
hurt wild animal, but that
animal may have rabies. Call
an animal control person or
animal rescue group if you find
a sick animal.
Make sure that your trash
cans and pet foods are secured


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so that they do not attract wild
animals.
If bitten by an animal,
Tell an adult immediately!
Have the adult wash the wound
well with soap and water for at
least five minutes. You should
then see a doctor as soon as
possible for additional
evaluation of the wound.
Have an adult contact your
local animal control officer. If
the animal that bit you is a pet
(dog, cat, or ferret), the animal
may be watched for signs of
rabies for about 10 days. If it is
a wild animal, the animal
control people may need to
euthanize the animal to test its
brain for rabies.
Bites from bats are the main
source of rabies in humans in
the United States today. It is
possible, but rare, that someone
might be bitten by the bat and
not know it.
If you discover a bat in the
house, especially in the room of
a sleeping person or child, treat
this situation as though an
actual bite has occurred. This is
especially true if the bat is
acting strangely (unusually
tame).
For more information, please
contact the Taylor County
Health Department at (850)
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