Perry news-herald
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News Forum

Time change Sunday
This Sunday, March 11, marks
the beginning of Daylight Saving
Time and the day when we all
must "spring forward" one hour.
Daylight Saving Time officially
begins at 2 a.m. local time on
Local fire officials remind
residents that this is the
traditional time to check the
batteries in your home smoke

application deadline
is March 19
Students are reminded
that Monday, March 19, is the
deadline to apply for the Florida
State Association of Supervisors
of Elections Scholarship
Applications are available
by calling the supervisor of
elections office at 838-3515 or
online at www.taylorelections.
To be eligible, students
must be either a political
science; public or business
administration; or journalism/
mass communications major.
Full eligibility requirements
are available online as well as
in the office, which is located on
the second floor of the county

Yard sale benefits
TCHS seniors
A yard sale benefitting Taylor
County High School seniors
participating in the annual
Senior Trip to New York will be
held this Saturday at Buckeye
Community Federal Credit
The sale will begin at 8 a.m.

Feagle announces
town hall meetings
County Commissioner Pam
Feagle will.hold a series of town
hall meetings with her district
this month.
The schedule is as follows;
Monday, March 12, Johnson
Stripling Road Voting Precinct;
Tuesday, March 13, Shady Grove
Community Center; Thursday,
March 15, Boyd Methodist
Church; Thursday, March 22,
county commission board room;
and Thursday, March 29, JR's
Aucilla River Store.
All meetings will begin at
6 p.m.

Call before you dig!
As part of the City of Perry's
gas pipeline damage prevention
program, residents are reminded
to call Sunshine State One-Call
of Florida, Inc., at 811, before
It is the responsibility of the
person or individual in charge
of the excavation to call for line
locations before work begins.
In case of a gas pipeline
emergency, residents may call
584-7940 anytime.

T-shirt available
Orders are being taken
for t-shirts for the Veterans
Memorial Park Poker Run slated
Saturday, March 31. Shirts are
$10 in advance and may be
ordered by calling Wendy Cruce
at 838-5190.


The Lorax p. B-2

County poised

to take over rec.

sports leagues

The Taylor County
Commission has officially
agreed to take over management
of recreational sports leagues
from the city, unanimously
approving an interlocal
agreement with the City of
Perry Monday.
The agreement, which has
been under discussion between
the county and city since
December, will next go before
the city council for approval
and it is expected to be on
the agenda for the council's
Tuesday, March 13, meeting.
Under the agreement, the
county and city pledge to
maintain their own facilities
at no cost to the other entity
while sharing in the cost of
the operation of the leagues
based on the percentage of

participation of city and county
For the county, the facilities
are housed at the Taylor County
Sports Complex, while for the
city it would be the existing
baseball and softball fields.
The sports complex would be
the primary fields for baseball,
while the city's softball fields
on Johnson Stripling Road
would be the primary fields for
that sport. The city's baseball
fields would be used as practice
According to the agreement,
a budget of $83,000 has been
established for the operation
of sports leagues (baseball,
softball, t-ball and football) for
fiscal year 2011-12, with the
"-* Please see page 3

City calls a halt to

recording meetings

The Perry City Council
unanimously agreed to stop
recording its meetings last
week, although technically,
it hasn't been recording the
audio of its meetings for about
a year due to malfunctioning
According to City Manager
Bob Brown, the equipment
problem was discovered when
a copy of the Feb. 14 council

meeting was requested and the
DVD had no audio.
The council's practice had
been to record its meetings
to DVD and members of the
public could request a copy for
$1. DVDs are available back to
February 2005.
Brown said upon checking
other recordings, it was
-, Please see page 3

Akinyemi Agbede (R)
George Edward Bollinger (R)
Chris Borgia (NPA)
Bill Gaylor (NPA)
Alexander Ilnyckyj (R)
Joshua Larose (R)
George S. LeMieux (R)

Veteran representative Darrell
Whiddon will be seeking a sixth
term for his Taylor County
School Board, Dist. 3, seat.
He is the most .recent
candidate to file notice with
Supervisor of Elections Dana

Deon Long (R)
Chuck Lynch (D)
Michael E. McCalister (R)
Ron McNeil (R)
Craig Miller (R)
Dan Stojadinovic (R)
Marielena Stuart (R)
Lesther Trujillo (NPA)

Nancy Argenziano (INT) Jay Liles (D)
Leonard Bembry (D) Alvin L. Peters (D)
Alfred J. Lawson Jr. (D) incumb. Steve Southerland (R)

Sm~E. W RNEY 3rd Judicial Circuit
incumbent Robert Skip Jarvis (D)
Michael J. San Filippo (D)
Jeffrey Alan Siegmeister (R)
"I 'H6i Ek DER 3rd Judicial Circuit
Morrison Blair Payne (D)
OR IT,-J.dES 3rd Judicial Circuit
Group 2 Andrew J. Decker III (NPA)
Wesley Raymond Douglas (NPA)
Group 3 incumbent David W.Fina (NPA)
Group 5 incumbent James Roy Bean (NPA)
James W. PrevattJr. (NPA)

In seniority, Whiddon ranks
third on the school board, having
been first elected in 1992.
Kenneth Dennis (Dist. 5) is the
longest serving representative
(elected in 1988).

Brenda Carlton (Dist. 2) was
elected in 1990 and Danny
Lundy (Dist. 4) won the vote
in 1994. Danny Glover is
the newest member of the
board, having been elected in

Taylor Walks steps out March 23

Attention local walkers!
After participants registered
more than 80 million steps last
year--enough to circumnavigate
the globe--the third Taylor
County Walks is preparing to
kick off in just two weeks and
organizers are asking teams to
register now.
The first Taylor County
Walks, which was held in the
fall of 2009, attracted 250
walkers who totaled 14 million
steps. The second edition held
last spring more than doubled

the number of participants with
650 walkers completing the six-
week program.
The opening ceremony for the
third Taylor County Walks will
be held Friday, March 23, at
5:30 p.m. at the Taylor County
Sports Complex.
Team members are asked to
walk at least three times a week
during the six-week event,
which will wrap up with closing
ceremonies back at the sports
complex on Friday, May 4.
The event is a pamership

Perry News-Hera d Looking Back......... A-2
Living ................ A-4
Two sections 123rd Year,No.10 Religion.................. A-5
www.perrynewspapers.com Sports ................... A-6

between Taylor Medical Center,
Taylor Dental Center, North
Florida Medical Centers, Inc.,
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
and the Taylor County Health
"Walking has the lowest
dropout rate of any physical
activity, and is the simplest
positive change individuals can
make to effectively improve
their heart health," organizers
said. "Walking is a gentle, low-
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Community ............ B-1
Entertainment........ B-2
TV listings.............. B-3
Classifieds ........... B-4

Signs of spring

Looking for a fun activity for Spring Break
which begins Monday for Taylor Count
students? See how many local plants anc
trees, currently blooming, you can identity,
Chances are, you won't have to look far to see
these early signs of spring.
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Curtis will seek

state House seat
Local businessman Don Curtis has filed a notice of candidacy
with the state elections office seeking the newly re-drawn FloridI
House of Representative District 7 seat.
Taylor County's current House representative Leonard Bembr,
announced in November he would be seeking selection to the Dist
2 congressional seat currently held by Steve Southerland.
The men are just two of several candidates vying to represe
Taylor County at the state aid national level (please see relate
Local voters will also face a slate of candidates in judicial race
impacting the Third Circuit.
For state attorney, incumbent Robert "Skip" Jarvis will b
Please see page 3

Williams announces

candidacy for House

of Rep. seat, Dist. 7

Madison County businessman
Mike Williams has announced
that he will seek the Republican
nomination to represent 10
North Florida counties-
including Taylor--in the Florida
House of Renresentatives.

Mike Williams

Friday 800 Saturday


District 7.
Williams is a 53-year-old
fifth generation North Floridiai
who has been involved i
business and community service
all of his adult life. He has del
roots in agriculture and lives oi
the farm where he grew up.
With 30 years of business
experience, Williams is
currently an investment advisoN
representative with Nortl
Florida Financial Corporationr
He serves as chairman of NortI
Florida Community Collegi
Board of Trustees, a member
of the North Central Florida
Regional Planning Council
and was recently appointed
to the Third Circuit Judicia
Nominating Commission by thi
governor. I
"The people of North Flondi
", Please see page 3


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Whiddon makes bid for 6th term

on Taylor County School Board

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March 9-10, 2012



A-2 Perry News-Herald March 9-10, 2012

Remember when...

New in 1962
A picture postcard captured this scene of the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce office when it was
almost brand new. The building was built in 1962. At that time, Joe P. Burns Jr. was president; Henry Dorsett,
first vice president; Robert Christopher, second vice president; Robert H. Roach Jr., treasurer; Byron Butler,
national councilor; and Ned Brafford, fund-raising chairman. Lewis "Ham" Hamilton, was the construction
contractor. The scene also features the old water tower that was located one block north, behind the Perry
Woman's Club.

L7 Aance at the


March 10, 1977

Coca-Cola B'oling Conipan\
was celebrating its 75th
anniversary in the state of
Florida, and the Perry plant had
plans to highlight the observance
with a dinner for its employees
and a commemorative glass
Records show that in 1906,
a Coca-Cola Bottling license
was issued to T.J. Allen and
C. M. Callicott to produce and

market the popular soft drink in
Taylor County. Originally, the
plant was a wooden warehouse
employing four people who
bottled on a foot-operated
machine and delivered the
product in horse-drawn wagons.
,The,,Callicott family bought
. ,Alen's interest in 1955 and
continued to operate the
business until they sold to
William Middleton of Quincy
in 1962.
In 1973, the Florida Coca-
Cola Bottling Company
purchased the Perry plant
and enlarged its marketing
area in 1976 with the addition
of a Jefferson County
franchise acquired by J. B. Keen

Finding Foley...again
Perry Newspapers, Inc., recently showcased
pictures of houses from the community of Foley
which have been dispersed throughout this area.
For part two of this story, additional addresses
are sought. If you own a Foley house, or have a
Foley story to share, please contact 584-5513 or

SPerry March 9-10, 2012

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of Monticello.

Ray Wesson Terry Jr., accused
in the shooting death of Bennie
Neeley on July 4, 1975, was
sentenced to life imprisonment
in Taylor County Circuit Court.

Ruth D. Wilson wrote a Letter
to the Editor complaining about
the City of Perry's decision
to turn her water off over a
$6.88 bill. She, in turn, had to
pay the $6.88 plus $10 for the
city employee to come restore
service. She reminded the city
that she made $2.50 an hour
teaching students to read, write
and do math at Perry Primary.
"I got my monthly check from
the school board on Feb. 28 and
would have paid the $6.88 on
March 1--is this the beautiful
City of Perry where we want to
encourage people to live?" she

Area businessmen Earl
Young, Fred Mitchell, Ed
Parker Jr., Roy Karageorge
and Lawrence Hughes were
among those gathering to
organize a new savings and loan
.association in Perry. Out-of-
towners interested in the venture
included Tommy Greene,
publisher of the Madison
County Carrier. The group
reported that 75,000 shares of
stock would be issued at $12.50
per share.

A dozen deer were released
on Buckeye land recently,
after the company purchased
them from Bradwell Deer
Ranch in Hosford. Assisting
in the release were Buster
Ratliff, Larry Slaughter, David
Goodman, Glenda Foskey and
Wildlife Officer Mikel Suelter.
The Game and Fresh Water
Fish Commission also released
three doe deer in the wildlife
management area west of Perry,
accomplished by Bill Roloph,
Eddie Reynolds and Buckeye
forester Auley Rowell.

Taylor County students, from
grades 5-8, were scheduled

to compete in a countywide
spelling bee at Taylor County
High School. Vying for top
honors would be: Jean Ellison,
Katrina Wells, Bud Helm,
Rhonda Raulerson, Laura
Gomez, Rena Evans, Cortina
Bell, Cheryl Grant, Michelle
Hughes, Julie Edwards, Walt
Evans, Billy Merlo, Donna
Kay McDonald, Mary Hornsby,
Sandra Lanier, McCoy
Anderson, Lauri Jack, Cecila
Woodward, Dean Sheffield,
Alex Murphy, Bonnie Milam
and Keith Reid.

Elementary students from the
Taylor County School District
were slated to perform in a
"Prelude to Springtime" at the
Stephen Foster Center in White
Springs. Traditional American
music would be showcased by
15 of Florida's schools districts,
including Taylor.

Travis Lane Colson was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Colson
at Doctors' Memorial Hospital
on Feb. 28, weighing 8 pounds,
4.75 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Crews
Jr. announced the birth of their
daughter, Chasity Lynn, on Feb.
27 at DMH. She weighed 7
pounds, 11 ounces.
Brandi Abrina Lytle was
born to Mr. and Mrs. John Lytle
on Feb. 28, weighing 5 pounds,
5 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pendleton
announced the birth of a son,
John Landon, on Feb. 24 at
DMH. He weighed 7 pounds,
14 ounces.
Danie Ray Weatherly Jr. was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Dannie
Weatherly on Feb. 28, also at
DMH. He weighed 7 pounds,
8.5 ounces.
Heather Brooke Berryhill
was born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Berryhill of Dothan, Ala., on
Feb. 26. All the grandparents
were from Perry: Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Berryhill, and Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Downing.

Diversified Cooperative
Training (DCT) students from
Perry, awarded in district
competition, included: Gary
Lambert who won first place in
public speaking, Kent Anderson
who took second place in color
photography, and Sandy Jo
Wright who won third place in



If ever there were two people who didn't
Set horses, it was Lonnie and I. It wasn't
because we disliked each other. Actually, it
W~as exactly the opposite.
Donnie and I were the very best of friends
most of the time. However, when Lonnie
decided to "be Lonnie," it didn't matter
whether or not we were good friends, it
was time to take off the gloves. My group
of friends and I used the terms "be Lonnie"
or "being Lonnie" quite often to describe
when Lonnie was acting like himself and not
trying to put on a good face or be on his best
Lonnie found pride in being hard to peg.
One day, he could be a Godsend, and then
the next, have you praying to God for the
strength to keep from choking him. So,
whenever Lonnie called, stopped by or even
graced our day with a letter from wherever he
was living at the time, we cautiously gauged
his demeanor and assessed the potential
fallout. Don't get me wrong. Although when
he was "being Lonnie," it meant we had to
be on our guard 24/7, I can think of only a
handful of people that I've enjoyed knowing
In hindsight, it seems we couldn't get away
from Lonnie even when we tried.
When I was living in Detroit, Lonnie
decided on a whim to move to Detroit.
'"Where are you going to stay?" I asked in
such a way as to inform him there were no
vacancies at my place.
"I'm going to stay with your cousins Micky
and Shaun," he answered.
"Do Micky and Shaun know this?" I
inquired further.
"I just spoke v~ith-them on the phone,
and they're waiting on me to get there," he
;Two days later, Lonnie was in Detroit. A
week later, Lonnie was giving me tours of the
city and taking me to places I'd never been
to or heard of even though I'd been living in
Detroit for two years.
When I moved back to Florida and decided
to call Gainesville home, Lonnie moved back
to Jacksonville. However, he would show
up at my door unannounced and make my
living room his home for days and weeks at
a time.
Lonnie also lived by the philosophy that
whatever we could do, he could better.
Our friend Christina is a beautician and
hairstylist, so one day, Lonnie decided he was
a hairstylist too and proceeded to educate
Christina on how to do hair.
I'm a writer, and to let Lonnie tell it, so was
he. And, like any good friend would do, he
constantly offered pointers on how to write
and express myself more effectively.
I don't remember our first meeting or the
verbal barbs that I'm sure ensued, but I'll
never forget our last. Lonnie was hospitalized
in Jacksonville, and Christina and I decided
to pay him a visit.
Before we got to Jacksonville, I had spoken
to Lonnie on the phone and told him that I
had been in the studio recording an original
song featured in my new novel. So, a few
minutes after we walked in the room, Lonnie
announced, "God is good. Before I went into
surgery, I was just a piano player. But, when
I came out of surgery, I discovered I had a
singing voice."
"Really?" Christina asked.
"Can I hear it?" I followed.
That's when Lonnie began to sing. Loudly.
Tunelessly. And hopelessly. When he was
done, he looked at us and said, "I swear I
didn't know I could sing until,..."
To which Christina cut-in and responded,
"Not even after surgery."
Later, as we drove out of the hospital's
parking garage, we saw someone standing
at the garage exit in a hospital gown and
smoking a cigarette. "Bye friends," Lonnie
yelled. "I'll see y'all on your next visit."
That was the last time I saw Lonnie.

A few months after that trip to Jacksonville,
Christina called and told me Lonnie had
I still miss my friend.

P.O. Box 888
Perr., Florida

123 S. Jefferson Slreet
1850) 584-5513

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A-3 Perry News-Herald March 9-10,2012

Recording meetings

has 'chilling effect' on

expressing opinions?

Continued from page 1
determined the audio was
missing for at least a year's
worth of meetings.
Florida statutes require
boards to record minutes of
their meetings, but they do not
require verbatim video or audio
City Attorney Michael S.
Smith, who was not present at
the Feb. 28 meeting, offered a
written opinion to the council
stating he was not in favor of
audio or video recording of
"It has always been my
practice to discourage such
practice for a number of
reasons," Smith said.
"The primary reason being
that is not required and equally
important, it has a chilling
effect on the members of both
public.and private councils and

City, county

own fields a

Continued from page 1
city's participation expected to
be 40 percent.
According to County
Administrator Jack Brown, the
county and city would assess
the participation levels at the
end of each season.
Commissioner Pam Feagle
expressed concerns over the
estimated budget, noting that in
prior years recreation expenses
were much higher.
Brown said the previous
years' figures included
maintenance costs and the new
budget was for running the
sports leagues only, as both the
city and the county would be
maintaining their own facilities.
He added that while the
6t6iG1t 6 I iw d 'mhaintainrf' the ;
sports complex using its general
fund, the money spent on the
leagues would come out of the
MSTU fund, which is funded
by a separate tax on property in

Library short

story contest

is accepting

entries now
The Friends of the Taylor
County Public Library's sixth
annual Short Story Contest is
accepting entries from local
authors. The contest includes
three age categories: -youth,
student and adult.
The deadline for entries is
Friday, May 18

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boards in expressing opinions. It
would be propitious to consider
discontinuing audio/video
recording of council meetings."
At the council's Feb. 28
meeting, citing Smith's opinion
and the cost of replacing
the recording equipment,
Councilman Don Cook-ffered a
motion to discontinu :jeording
the council's 'tetings.
Councilman : honso
Dowdell offered secondd
and the measu passed
The council noys o.is the
Taylor County Sci:' (Board
in not recording its, rtings.
According to distri officials,
the board did record itSieetings
in the past but stopped the
practice years ago. ,i Taylor
County Commissiiop;, however,
audio records its regular
meetings and workshops,
posting the digital recordings on
its website for download.

to maliain

nd facilS S
the unincorporated area of the
county. That way, he explained,
there would not be a double-
taxation issue for city residents
who pay both city and county
"I feel confident we can do
it for the budgeted amount,"
Brown said.
Commissioner Lonnie Houck
made a motion to approve the
agreement and Commissioner
Mark Wiggins seconded.
The measure passed 4-0;
Commissioner Malcolm Page
was out of town and was not
present at the meeting.
In conjunction with approving
the agreement, the commission
also unanimously approved
changing the current sports
complex concession manager
position to a coordinator level
pbsitintit'hiitl'spors complexx
coordinator. :m

Bean faces challenger for judicial seat

Continued from page 1
competing against Michael J.
San Filippo and Jeffrey Alan
Longtime public defender
Dennis Roberts will not be
seeking re-election; Morrison
Blair Payne is the lone candidate
in that race to date.

Two incumbents are looking
to keep their circuit judge
seats, Taylor County's Group
5 judge, James Roy Bean, and
Group 3 representative David
W. Fina.
Bean has been a circuit
judge since 1993 when Gov.
Lawton Chiles appointed him to
complete the unexpired term of
then retiring Judge Royce Agner

(June 1992-January 1993).
Chiles also tapped Bean
to fill the newly created
judgeship position created
by the 1993 Legislature
(that term began February
He has been on the bench as a
circuit judge ever since.
This year, he will face
challenger James W.

Participants in last year's Taylor Walks program logged more than 80 million steps.

Register your walking team today

Continued from page 1
impact exercise that can ease
participants into a higher level
of fitness and health. Walking
is a form of exercise accessible
to just about everybody. It's
safe, simple and doesn't require
practice. The health benefits are
Every person who attends
the opening ceremony, closing
ceremony and walks at least
three times a week for six
weeks--on their own time--will
be entered into a drawing for
numerous prizes donated by

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deserve a strong conservative
voice to represent their interests
in the Florida House," Williams
stated. "I look forward to
meeting the .people of the
district and earning their support
by sharing my conservative
values and principles and
demonstrating my commitment
to representing their needs and
Williams is seeking the
Florida House district 7 seat
currently held by Marti Coley
of Marianna. Coley was
drawn out of the district by
the redistricting process. The
district is now comprised of
Madison, Lafayette, Taylor,
Jefferson, Wakulla, Franklin,
Liberty, Gulf and Calhoun
counties andca small portion of
Williams has been married
to his wife, Susan, for 32
years and they have two adult
children, a son-in-law and two
Williams is a member and
adult Sunday school teacher at
Fellowship Baptist Church in
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A-4 Perry News-Herald March 9-10, 2012

Aman & book 'graduate':

she earns OeqRee pzom FSU,

hook pnOs Irs way 7T The shelves

A book signing at RedEye Coffee in Tallahassee is
planned for Saturday from 10 a.m. until 12 noon.

Growing up in Monticello,
Rebekah Aman began writing
Tiweln's Redeemer at the age
of 15. She now attends Florida
State University, where she will
graduate with majors in
accounting, finance and
psychology in the spring of
But before all that "pomp and
circumstance," she's has had a
commencement of her own,
publishing her first book
through Tate Publishing.
There will be a book signing
in Aman's honor this Saturday
at RedEye Coffee in
Tallahassee from 10 a.m. until
noon. All her Taylor County
friends and connections are
Her book is in the fantasy
genre, targeting teen and young
adult audiences. It is promoted
this way, "At birth, she was
abandoned. At 16, she was
found. As an elf, she

discovered her power and as
Kiem's chosen, she has to save
the world." Through her
characters, Aman works to do
just that.

Rebekah Aman

In her own life, she balances
school work and employment
with an accounting firm in

Tallahassee, while continuing
to find time for her passions--
which are many--including
writing, music, literature, art,
scrapbooking and needle crafts.
Her favorite authors include
Douglas Preston and Lincoln
Child (especially for their
Pendergast series), Gena
Slowalter for her young adult
Intertwined series and Patrick
Rothfuss for the marvelous
Kingkiller Chronicle series.
Her favorite classics include
Baroness Orczy's The Scarlet
Pimpernel, Harper Lee's To
Kill a Mockingbird and The
Robe by Lloyd C. Douglas.
"I've read books of almost all
genres," she admits.
"I also play a little piano and
am currently in a handbell
choir. Above all else, I adore
singing. I visit numerous
churches to sing solos, and I've
sung at weddings, graduations,
funerals and fundraisers.

Recently, I was in a play at the
Monticello Opera House,
playing Sister Sophia in The
Sound of Music. That was a
wonderful--if time consuming-
experience, and I got a taste of
acting as well."
She can concisely sum up her
family: "My parents are James
and Carol Aman. I grew up in
Monticello. Both of my
brothers are currently living in
Perry (Lamar Aman who is
married to Kathy owner of
Kathy's Kuts) and Matt Slack).
I am in my last semester at FSU
and I work at Thomson Brock
Luger and Co. I attended
Aucilla Christian Academy,
where my mom is a third grade
teacher, and Mt. Gilead Baptist
in Eridu is my home church."
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is easily .available at
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Will it freeze again?

Gardeners ready for spring veggies

Hungry for a vegetable
garden? You can begin
planting snap beans, pole
beans, lima beans, cantaloupe,
sweet corn, cucumbers,
Southern peas, peppers, squash
and watermelon in mid-to-late
March, according to the state's
Garden Almanac, as offered by.
David W. Marshall whto 'afs&
serves as Leon County's
Extension agent.
He reminds, "All vegetables
need full sun and well-drained
soil. Tomatoes, peppers and
herbs are good choices for
He notes that many
experienced gardeners
"gamble" and set out tomato
plants by mid-March "mainly
because tomatoes don't hold up
long in North Florida summers.
The earlier you plant, the
longer you'll harvest them--if,
that is, a freeze doesn't get
them." That's the dilemma for
March gardening.
:.This month, Marshall says
.gardeners may continue
planting flowering annuals for
cool weather--like petunias,
dianthus, snapdragons, lobelia

and verbena. "You may also
plant perennials such as purple
coneflower, rudbeckia, guara,
dwarf Turk's cap and firebush."
The almanac suggests that
you may drastically cut back
overgrown broadleaf shrubs in
early March, but it doesn't
recommend this. action fgj.
needle e- ergreen'like juniper.
"They lack latent buds beneath
the old wood so they will
remain bare."
Marshall reminds gardeners
not to prune spring bloomers
like loropetalum, azaleas and
spirea until all--and he means,
all-- blooming is complete.
Landscape roses can be
pruned, removing dead, weak

or crossing branches. "But
remove no more than about
one-third of the length of the
remaining strong stems," he
said. He reminds gardeners that
freezes are possible up to April
and recommends that they
resist planting cold-sensitive
varieties until the month's
Midway mark, or beyond. '
And the same goes for
fertilization. "Don't fertilize
lawns until after mid-March.
April is even better for
centipede lawns," he said.
"Unless a soil test indicates a
need for phosphorus, use a non-
phosphorus fertilizer such as
15-0-15, preferably with 7.5
percent slow-release nitrogen.

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A-5 Perry News-Herald March9-10,2012

Steinhatchee revival begins Monday; Bethune-Cookman choir coming

Come hear Bethune-Cookman March 17
Students from Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach
will present a concert in Perry on March 17 at 6 p.m. at Mt. Olive
Missionary Baptist Church.
The concert is free and everyone is encouraged to attend as a
show of support for this university and its students.
The church is located at 1149 W. Hampton Springs Avenue.

Homecoming revival begins Monday
Steinhatchee Revival Center is planning a series of
Homecoming revival services for March 12-16 at 7 p.m. The
services lead up to the church's Homecoming service on Saturday,
March 17, at 11 a.m. Dinner will follow.
Moderator Robert Watson and Pastor Jesse High Jr. invite all for

"good gospel singing and preaching. Come and bring a friend."

Women's conference planned
Trinity House of Praise is still making preparations for its first
women's conference, planned for March 17-18. For details, please
contact B.E. Hollis at 228-7135.

Pastors urged to meet on Sunday at 3
The Rev. Robert Butler, pastor of Little St. John M. B. Church,
urges other pastors in the community to meet this Sunday at 3 p.m.
to make plans for the upcoming health fair at Jerkins Community
"We need to wrap up details on food, condiments, ice and water,
as well as review the list of vendors. If you cannot make this

meeting, please send a representative," Butler said.

Citywide Mission begins at 2:30
Citywide Mission will meet at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday in St. Peter
Primitive Baptist Church.
Pastor Cedric Spradley and President Geraldine Sparrow
encourage everyone to attend.
You don't have to cook Saturday...
The ladies of St. Peter Primitive Baptist Church will sell dinners
Saturday, March 10, and urge your patronage.
Please call the church at 584-4346 to place an order, or Mother
Pearlie Smith at 584-5356. All proceeds benefit projects of the

TidhiTr- Spring banquet planned Saturday for 1st Bethlehem District

The First Bethlehem District
Spring Banquet will be held
Saturday, March 10, at 6 p.m.
in the Baptist Student Center on
the FAMU. campus in
The Rev. J. B. Duval is
moderator and Sister Elesta
Pritchett is president. Both
encourage you to attend.
Heavenly Father, we pray
sincerely for those who are sick
and bereaved. Grant them
comfort in your love. Amen.
Please remember: Dorthy

Grimes, hospital; Catherine
Bines, home; Sidney Patterson,
Marshall Healthcare; Sherry
Baskin Wiggins, home; and
Patricia Anderson, home. Also
pray for the families of the late
Ester Frazier and the late
Myrtice Jackson in their
A Tribute to Women
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the outer beauty of elaborate
hairstyles and the wearing of
gold ornaments or of fine
clothes, rather it should be an
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Mary Beth Holloway

quiet spirit, which is very
valuable in God's eyes. (I Peter
3:3-4 Holman CSB).

Haiti relief
needed now
We need your support--now:
donations of paper goods (toilet
paper, paper towels, etc.),
water, personal hygiene items,
staples (such as beans, peas,
rice, grits, spaghetti, meal,
cereals, flour, sugar, etc.).
For additional information,
please call Walter Bishop at
371-2916, me (Sarah Hall) at
584-5314 or Juanita Calloway

at 584-5715. No clothes are
needed at this time.

Clothes Closet
You may bring your
donations to the Jerkins Center
Clothes Closet on Thursday,
March 22, from 9:30 a.m. until
The Clothes Closet is
sponsored by New Brooklyn
Missionary Ministries.
The Rev. D.L. McBride is
pastor and Lessie Dunnell is
Hints that help:
Here are five tips for ways to

Taylor County Seniors

hear Black History

Mary Beth Holloway, 66, died Tuesday, March 6, 2012, at her prog ram o n Feb. 20
She was bom in Lake Wales to Jerry Chezem and the former
Shirley Answorth. Coming from West Palm Beach, she had lived
in Perry since1981 and was a member of the Antioch Revival B SARAH HALL
in Perry since11and was a memberof iocReviv If you were not present at the Taylor Senior Center on Feb. 20,
Center. She previously worked at Pantry Pride as a meat wrapper. then you missed a special treat!
Mrs. Holloway was preceded in death by her parents. The third annual Black History Presentation was highlighted by
Survivors include: her husband of 48 years, Jimmie Holloway of ti ants a iit ess
Perry; two brothers, Earl Page of Arizona and Terry Page of Perry; an array of participants and invited guests.
.. ... .. .... ..... After the presentation, everyone enjoyed a cake decorated with
twa L'zdIstffl&J,4ui&J^ ^h .. a.f'S cSna serve4ith a variety o..different flavors ...
a ost of nieces and nephews. serve ith a variety ofiferentflavors
Memorial services will be held at Antioch Revival Center oncream
Me services wl be heldat tiochRevivalenter on The program was coordinated by Juanita Calloway (and Sarah
Saturday, March 10, at 11 a.m. with Cricket Watson officiating. Hall).
Family members will receive friends today, March 9, from 6 Hall).
Family members will receive friends today, March 9, from 6 Nan Morrison serves as executive director and Beth Flowers is
until 8 p.m. at Antioch Revival Center. the OAA/activity director.

Mark your calendar: Lenten devotion Wednesday

Through March 28, Lenten
devotions will be offered each
Wednesday at 12 noon at First
Presbyterian Church, 310
Plantation Road.
"We will gather outside--
weather permitting--for a
devotion led by Pastor Larry
Neal, followed by a simple
lunch of soup and bread," said
Ellie Morgan for the church
For those unable to attend the
noon devotions, Morgan said
the Lenten messages will be
repeated at 7 p.m. in the parlor,
following Wednesday night
suppers which begin at 5:45 in
the fellowship hall.
"These are both wonderful
opportunities to better
appreciate the season of Lent
and the personal reflection it
This year, Lent began on
Feb. 22, Ash Wednesday, and

continues through April 7.
"Sundays are not counted in the
40 days before Easter that
comprise the season of Lent,"
Neal explained.
"The reason is that Sunday is
always the Lord's Day, the day
of resurrection, a 'little Easter'
and therefore a day of
rejoicing--quite in contrast with
the penitential mood of Lent."
Neal and the church family
cordially invite members of the

community to participate in
these mid-week opportunities

for Lenten reflection and

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A-6 Perry News-Herald March 9-10, 2012

SKeaton Beach

Fishing Report

Big trout were the

ticket out of Keaton

Big trout were the ticket for
the days you could stand to be
out there this week at Keaton.
We had three over 22 inches
including a nice 5-pound trout
for Glynn Barnes of Jacksonville
last Friday.
Glen Oakes was along and
caught his gator on a Sugar and
Spice Gulp while my 23-inch
trout ate a MirrOdine (EC) #27.
All our trout and six reds (we
threw back two) came in out
of 1.7-2.3 feet of water. Glen
took the most trout on the Gulp
while I lost a hawg on a five-inch
Assassin Shad in "Stinky Pink"
and had one other keeper on it.
Glynn's five-pounder took a,
Storm Chug Bug off the surface
in 68-69 degree water.
We found 70.2 degrees later
but did our best in the mid-
morning (9:30-12 noon) while
the sun was in. Once we could
see our shadow, the super
shallow bite was done. Oh we
had one red (our largest) on a live

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High 3:15AM 3.5
Low 9:01 AM 0.3
High 3:04 PM 3.8
Low 9:46 PM -0.8
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High 4:32 PM 3.8
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pinfish under a Cajun Thunder.
Glynn also fished with his
buddy Glen the day before
our charter, and they brought
in 6 trout and 4 reds. Two of
their trout were over 24 inches
although they didn't weigh'em (I
saw the photos and I'd say they
were both around five pounds).
A report from two guys who
were taking their boat out at
the county ramp, Monday, said
they had two over 25 inches and
released another at 27 inches!
They earned those bites in that
w-i-n-d. Like I always say if you
can hang on out there, the big
ONES eat it up in the w-i-n-d!
From Keaton Beach Marina:
Frank ? Kevin Nugent, Keith
Purvis and Scott Souther of
Barrien County, Ga., had 14
trout on Gulp in 5 feet of water
and 35 sheepshead from offshore
on March 2.
The North Florida Gulf
Fishing Club will hold their
annual Keaton Beach tourney
Saturday morning. This is a
members only event.

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Baseball team beats Madison

The Taylor County High
baseball team scored one run in
the bottom of the ninth inning to
take a 9-8 victory over district
rival Madison here Tuesday
The Bulldogs (5-3, 1-1
district) trailed the entire game
until scoring three runs in the
bottom of the seventh inning to

tie the game 8-8 and send it into
extra innings.
Both teams went scoreless
in the eighth and the Bulldogs
scored the winning run in the
Jake Murray came on in the
second inning and pitched the
rest of the game to earn the win,
his third of the season. Murray

gave up just one hit in 6 1/3
innings while striking out 7 and
walking three.
The TCHS bats exploded
for 11 hits in the contest.
Dylan Harty had two hits
as did Jalan Jackson. Justin
Folsom, Daniel Wentworth
and Colby Wilson each drove
in two runs on one hit. Chance

Rodgers had an RBI on a
Others with one hit each
included Andrew McBride,
Gavin Lewis and Murray.
The Bulldogs were slated to
host Fort White Thursday night
before taking some time off
for spring break, which is next

Registration extended for rec baseball

Due to the low numbers
of recreation baseball and
softball sign-ups, Taylor
County Recreation is
extending registration through
Wednesday, March 21.
The rec department will also
start doing player evaluations
for Rookie (8U), 10U, 12U
and softball leagues. The

12U league will evaluate the
players already registered this
Friday, March 9, starting at
5:30 p.m. at the Taylor County
Sports Complex, where the
regular season games are
The Rookie and 10U
leagues will start their player
evaluations on Saturday, March

10, at 11 a.m. also at the TC
Sports Complex.
Softball league evaluations
may get underway the week of
spring break and conclude after
March 21.
Taylor County Recreation
wants to begin practices the
week of March 26. The players
that are registered after Friday

will be evaluated at a later date
and will be notified prior to the
next evaluation dates. All boys
(5-15 years old) and girls (5-12
years old) are encouraged to
register at City Hall.
If you have any questions
or feedback, contact Bryant
Christman, recreation
coordinator, at 584-3029.

Youth turkey hunt this weekend

March 10-11 is Youth Spring
Turkey Hunt Weekend in
This .Saturday-Sunday hunt,
which occurs the weekend prior

to the opening of spring turkey
season in each hunting zone,
was established in 2011 on
private property.
According to officials, the
hunt was such a huge success
that this year the two-day
hunt also is included on 78 of
the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission's
(FWC) wildlife management
areas (WMAs).
Only youths under 16 years

old are allowed to harvest a
turkey while supervised by an
adult, 18 years or older.
On private land, no license
or permit is required of the
youth or supervising adult,
unless the adult plans to help
"call-in" the bird or otherwise
participate in the hunt. In that
case, the supervisor will need
a hunting license and turkey
To prevent overcrowding,
most of the 78 participating
WMAs require a youth spring
turkey quota permit, and if
the adult supervisor is going
to attempt to call in a bird on
any of these WMAs, he or she
also will need a management
area permit in addition to the
hunting license and turkey
There are still youth spring
turkey quota permits available
for some areas; and they can be
obtained by those hunters under
16 years of age on a first-come,
first-served basis at MyFWC.
corn/License or at a license

agent, beginning at 10 a.m. EST
on March 8.
There are also 23 WMAs that
do not require a quota permit.
Those are: Apalachicola,
Aucilla, Big Bend--Spring
Creek Unit, Big Bend--Tide
Swamp Unit, Blackwater,
Choctawhatchee River (only
the south portion of the
area), Escambia River, Herky
Huffman/Bull Creek, J.W.
Corbett, Joe Budd, Jumper
Creek, Kissimmee Chain of
Lakes, Kissimmee River,
Lake Monroe, Lochloosa,

Speckled Trout
Blues, etc.

Log Landing, Lower Econfina
River, Middle Aucilla, Osceola,
Richloam, Steinhatchee
Springs, Three Lakes and
Upper St. Johns River Marsh.
For all of these hunts, it is
important to note that adults are
not allowed to do the shooting;
only the kids may harvest a
And on WMAs, the only
firearms that are allowed to
be used during spring turkey
seasons are shotguns and
muzzleloading shotguns, using
shot no larger than No. 2.

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I had the pleasure of making a Dr.
Suess quilt. for Kellan yesterday. Kellan
is our number seven great-grandchild
rounding out our bunch to 14 grands to
collect hugs and kisses from.
With the revival of all things "Dr.
Suess," his mama Megan re-decorated
his room in the red and turquoise colors
so familiar in the classic books. She is
so talented. She can create an entire
theme with the stroke of a glue gun and
As I pieced the simple block pattern
together I thought about the treasure
trove of quilts that have come into our
family. Each one holds memories and
stories tied up in the colorful scraps
of cloth. Our daughter Vickie has the
honor of owning the family heirloom,
her great, great grandmother's wedding
quilt dating from the Cival War era. The
"Double Wedding Ring" pattern still
contains the vibrate colors of calico that
was used to duplicate the appearance of
wedding rings hooked together. There is
a slight fading of the green along with
the lining that contains the seeds of
un-ginned cotton that mark it as a true
historic piece.
Of course, to us, the true value of the
quilt is the fact it has survived intact and
been passed down through generations
of Walkers. According to Grandpa
Dock Walker, the quilt belonged to his
grandmother, Georgeanne Sullivan
Walker (1846-1918), and was given to
her for a wedding present in the year
of 1862. The quilt was passed along to
Grandpa, who was born in 1899, and
kept in safekeeping by him until he
chose to bestow it on granddaughter
Vickie. She, like those who came before
her, will decide who will be the fortunate
caretaker for generations to come as she
passes the quilt along with the age-old
story of its origin.
I also have four quilts that hold
a special place in my heart. Two of
them belonged to my Aunt Edith who
was my mama's sister. These quilts
are not nearly as old as Grandmother
Georgeanne's quilt but they carry their
own story too. The "Bowtie Quilt" was
completed by Aunt Edie and given to
me by her daughter after her passing.
I use it daily on the daybed where my
grandchildren snuggle underneath its
warmth as they watch TV. The other
one given to me from Aunt Edie wasn't
completed. It is done in brilliant squares
similar to a "Crazy Quilt" pattern. I
had the joy of completing this queen-
size quilt and it now stands ready to
be passed along to my family as a quilt
that had two separate generations of
"Taylors" to work on it. Granddaughter
Megan has already spoken for
this one.
The third one I quilted two years ago
when it was given to me by my sister Leta

Dale. This quilt top was done in a cross-
stitch pattern by her husband Doug's
mama and it is destined to go to our
first great-granddaughter Brookelyn.
The fourth one I purchased at the
Mayo Pioneer Day Festival many years.
ago. It is a block pattern of cotton
squares made by a gentleman from
Mayo, Teford Pert. He had made several
quilts and donated them to his church.
Our family uses this quilt daily to cover
up the babies and older children or as a
comfy pallet to lay the little ones on like
Kellan did yesterday while his mama
and I worked on his new quilt.
The history of quilts can be traced
back to as early as the twelfth century.
Over the years the choice of fabric and
style has seen numerous changes but
the message remains the same. A quilt
is a personal friend who holds family
stories within its patterns. I have been
told that quilts were used during the
Civil War by the Underground Railroad
to assist many to find the road to
freedom or to warn them of danger.
According to history, secret messages
were stitched into the patterns to guide
people to escape during those dark
days of upheaval. During the Civil War
everyone was called upon to make quilts
for the soldiers. It didn't matter whether
they were in the field fighting or lying
wounded in a. hospital, the comfort of a
warm quilt brought peace and memories
of home as they faced imminent death.
As a child of the forties and fifties the
heaviness of quilts on a cold night was as
familiar as breathing. I remember with
fondness the feeling of not being able to
turn over due to the mountain of quilts
piled on top of me so I would snuggle
deeper into their warmth and fall asleep.
So it is today, I still like a quilt on my
bed. It it like having a close friend nearby
as you drift off into dreamland feeling
safe and loved snuggled underneath
something that holds a story along with
the colors and design of the pattern.
Another remembrance from childhood is
seeing mama, granny, aunts and other
ladies of the church huddled over the
quilting frame in the church basement,
working on a new creation. Their joy
was apparent on their faces and in their
conversation that doing something to
benefit others is a good thing. It was a
perfect example for a lesson on giving
that was silently passed to us children
as we played nearby.
If you have not discovered this
marvelous tradition, now is the time to
get started. With simple patterns and a
sewing machine or for that fact a needle
and thread, you can produce a memory
that will carry your story to future
generations. What a wonderful way to
be remembered.
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Public speaking winners
Sixth grade winners in the annual 4-H Tropicana Public Speaking contest will advance
to the county competition slated for May. Shown left to right are: teacher Marshq
Taylor, Jessica Knowles, Logan Calhoun, Rylee Hudson, Jordan Amburgey, Hunter
Lundy, LaJohna Britt and teacher Amber Spradley. Speech topics ranged from First
Lady Michelle Obama, school uniforms, Christian Ponder, road trips and watching the
space shuttle launch.

Taylor TEA Party welcomes

conservative activist Stuart

The Taylor TEA Party
will host Cuban immigrant,
conservative activist and
journalist, Marielena Stuart,
Tuesday, March 12, starting
at 5:45 p.m. at Catholic Parish
She will speak about issues
facing this country, local TEA
Party representative Bob Root
-Stuart, 55, of Ave Maria, has

entered the Republican field for
the U.S. Senate.
A Cuban immigrant,
Stuart filed her statement of
candidacy with the
Federal Elections Commission
Aug. 11 and announced it
She immigrated from Cuba
as a girl in the late 1960s.
A professional translator
and writer, she speaks three

languages and said she intends
to campaign in all three;
English, Spanish and French,
"to reach Hispanic and Haitian
She added, "I have the
life experience of living
under Communism. I know
first hand how a socialist
leaning government carl
infringe on our constitutional

'Spring Forward' time change also

brings new schedule for irrigation

This Sunday, March 11,
marks the beginning of
Daylight Saving Time (DST)
and with it comes a change in
the number of days lawn and
landscape watering is allowed
throughout the Suwannee River
Water Management District
SRWMD's mandatory, year-
round landscape irrigation rule
permits watering two days per
week during DST (spring and
summer months) and residents
may choose which days to
water. Irrigation should not
occur between 10 a.m. and 4
"However, given the region's
ongoing drought and water
supply issues, homeowners and

businesses are urged to water no
more than one day per week or
better yet, not at all," officials
A rainfall deficit of 12.7
inches, declining river and
lake levels, and record low
groundwater levels have
prompted SRWMD to call for
increased conservation on the
part of all residents.
"We're asking the public to
water as little as possible," said
Jon Dinges,. SRWMD director
of Water Supply and Resource
The limits on landscape
irrigation are part of an ongoing
effort to help address water
needs within the district.
The rules apply to residential

landscaping, public or
commercial recreation areas,
and public and commercial
businesses that aren't regulated
by a district-issued permit.
The rule permits irrigation
just one day per week during
Standard Time (fall and winter
The rule applies to residents
within the district's boundaries
which means all of Columbia,
Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton;
Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee,
Taylor and Union counties, and
portions of Alachua, Baker;
Bradford, Jefferson, Levy and
Putnam counties.
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'Lorax' is colorful and loud,

but Dr.. Seuss' story gets lost

Theodor Seuss Geisel, best known as Dr. Seuss, Only nobody ever leaves town and Ted's actions
is one of the most famous children's authors in draw the attention of Mr. O'Hare (Rob Riggle,
history. "Killers"), who is making mega-bucks selling
Combining imagaitive characters and creatures bottled air to the citizens of the polluted Thneed-
with his rhyming prose, Dr. Seuss wrote such Ville and has no need for a return of trees.
classics as "How the Grinch Stole Christmas," Meanwhile, the Once-Ler recounts his story to
"Green Eggs and Ham" and "The Cat in the Hat." Ted about his encounter with the Lorax (Danny
Over the decades since many of his stories DeVito, "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia").
were written, there have been quite a few film Trying to expand any short story into a feature-
adaptations of his works. length film is going to be a challenge, and perhaps
Although "Grinch" and "Cat in the Hat" were suffering the most here is the Once-Ler. While
both made into into live action features over the he is a mostly unseen figure in the book, the
past 12 years, I think we can all agree that Dr. film keeps him human, which not only helps the
Seuss' works are best seen in animation, audience relate to him more, it also shows that we
In 2008, "Horton Hears a Who" '';< ;,-,.', can sometimes be the villain with
became the first CGI-animated .. the wrong choices.
feature based on a Dr. Seuss book. :. Unfortunately, the film's
Now we have "Dr. Seuss' ~'- attempt to further humanize him
The Lorax," from Illumination '.'i with a backstory featuring an
Entertainment, the studio that :.''' _" unloving and emotionally abusive
brought us "Despicable Me." family leads to serious character
Although morals can be found, :... swings when his story leads to
in many of Dr. Suess' books, "The ~- -'| l 'its inevitable conclusion. One
Lorax" is perhaps one of his most moment he shown regretting the
message-driven works, driving .... destruction he's wrought and the
home a strong environmental .., next he's singing a rock-inspired
message. love song to greed and destructive
The film expands on the original capitalism.
story of the book, .not without .;. The present storyline is entirely
noticeable growing pains, and original to the film so it has less
while it has fun and amusing ., inconsistencies, but its constant
moments, the book's original attempts to showcase the evils of
message ends up feeling simultaneously watered over-commercialization and industry are trite,
down and preachy. -especially when its similarities draw comparisons
In the book, a boy living in a polluted and barren to Pixar's "WALL*E," which did many of the
world talks to the Once-Ler, who recounts how it same things with much more subtlety and wit.
chopped down all of the Truffula trees to create Additionally, its seeming inability to see any
the very versatile thneeds, despite warnings from middle ground between the environment and
the Lorax that it was destroying the environment, capitalism, makes its message comes off shrill and
When the last tree is gone, however, the Once- hallow, at least for those willing to accept that the
Ler's business goes under.-* ---..-- .. *. -two can co-exist.
In the film version, the boy's life and world is Parents will note the rating, and from what
greatly expanded, taking up much of the story. Ted I could tell, there was one instance of mild
Wiggins (voiced by Zac Efron, "New Year's Eve") language that felt out of place and my guess is
lives in the very artificial and commercial town of it was left in only to ensure a PG rating, which is
Thneed-Ville. His friend Audrey (singer Taylor more appetizing to tweens and younger teens than
Swift) wants to see a real tree because everything a G rating.
in town is made out of plastic. Wanting to impress I'm sure kids will enjoy the film with its cute
Audrey, Ted follows the advice of his grandmother creatures and beautiful colors, but parents may
(Betty White, "Hot in Cleveland") and sets off leave conflicted, regardless of where they fall on
to find the fabled Once-Ler (Ed Helms, "The the attempted message points.
Hangover"), who lives outside of town. The movie is rated PG for brief mild language.

FEB. 22-MARCH 18
Faith, family and Ed Sullivan
fight for space in the Pazinskis'
cramped upstate NewYork
apartment when "Over the
Tavern" comes to the Hippodrome
Theatre in Gainesville. The
youngest of the Pazinski bunch,
12-year-old Rudy, is a smart,
precocious kid who's starting to
question his family'svalues and
the Roman Catholic Church.
When he announces to the
ruler-wielding Sister Clarissa
that instead of being confirmed
he'd rather shop around for
a more "fun" religion, all heck
breaks loose.Ticket prices vary
depending on showtime and
date. For more information, visit
FEB. 23-MARCH 11
Tallahassee Little Theatre
presents the classic courtroom
drama "12 Angry Men" about a
jury struggling to decide the guilt
or innocence of a young man
charged with murdering his father.
Remaining showtimes are March
9-10 at 8 p.m. and March 11 at
2 p.m. Tickets are $21 for adults
or $17 for students and seniors,
and can be purchased by calling
850-224-8474. The theatre is
located at 1861 Thomasville Rd.
in Tallahassee.
The Florida State University
School of Theatre presents Anton
Chekhov's 'The Seagull" at the
Lab Theatre in Tallahassee.
Treplev is in love with Nina.
Nina is in love with Trigorin,
who is in a relationship with
Arkadina. Masha loves Treplev,
and Medvedenko loves Masha.
Writers, actors, working class.
Unhappy people, romantic

entanglements, destructive
relationships. Recommended age:
13-plus. Showtimes are March
23-24 and 28-31 at 8 p.m. with 2
p.m. matinees on March 25 and
April 1.Tickets are $20 for adults,
$18 for.seniors (62+) and $10 for
students. For more information or
to purchase tickets, visit theatre.
The Tallahassee Broadway
Series continues with the musical
adaptation of Mel Brooks' classic '
movie "Young Frankenstein."This
wickedly inspired re-imagining of
the Frankenstein legend follows
bright young Dr. Frankenstein
(that's Fronkensteen) as he
attempts to create a monster--but
not without scary and hilarious
complications. The brains behind
the laughter is mad genius and
three-time Tony winner Mel
Brooks himself--who wrote the
music and lyrics and co-wrote
the book.Tickets are on sale now
for $39.25 to $78.25 and can be
purchased at the civic center box
office, by phone at 800-322-3602
or online at www.ticketmaster.

The Artist Series of Tallahassee
presents enhake in concert at
4 p.m. in Opperman Hall on
the FSU campus.The enhak6
quartet, whose name refers to the
Creek and Seminole Indian word
for "sound" or "call," is comprised
of a unique instrumentation
consisting of clarinet, violin,
cello and piano. The group was
established in 2007 at FSU,
where the four members studied
and met. General admission
tickets are available at the door or

by calling 850-224-9934. Prices
are $30 for adults and $10 for
students (13+). Performances are
free to students 12 and under.
For more information, visit www.
The Tallahassee Bach Parley
will join forces with Saint John's
Episcopal Church and the FSU
College of Music to present
guest artists, Echoing Air, an
early music vocal ensemble that
performs with period instruments.
The concert will be held at 3
p.m. at St. John's Episcopal
Church, located at 211 North
Monroe Street in Tallahassee.
Bach Parley concerts are open to
the public. A minimum donation
of $5 is suggested for this
Tallahassee Bach Parley guest
artist concert, and free childcare
is available. For more information
about the concert, visit www.
Join the Tallahassee Symphony
Orchestra on St. Patrick's Day
to hear virtuoso violinist Rachel
Barton Pine perform Bruch's
famous homage to Scottish
folk song: "Scottish Fantasy."
Homage of a different sort will
follow with Brahms' Symphony
No. 1, referred to by his
contemporaries as "Beethoven's
Tenth:' which demonstrates both
a commanding, original voice
and honors his predecessor's
legacy. The program will begin
with a musical tribute to St.
Paddy's Day--Harty's "Fair Day"
from "An Irish Symphony."The
concert will begin at 8 p.m. in
Ruby Diamond Concert Hall
on the FSU campus. For more
information or to purchase tickets,
visit tallahasseesymphony.org.

The Tallahassee Bach Parley, in partnership with Saint John's Episcopal Church, will
present Echoing Air in concert Sunday afternoon.

Echoing Air will perform Sunday

concert with period instruments

The Tallahassee Bach Parley
continues its 2011-12 season by
joining forces with Saint John's
Episcopal Church and the FSU
College of Music to present
guest artists, Echoing Air, an
early music vocal ensemble
that performs with period
instruments. )
Countertenor Steven Rickards
sings with Echoing Air, and is
a former Bach Parley member
who received his doctorate at
the FSU College of Music and
was also a staff singer at St.
The concert program, "Hark
How The Songsters," will-
explore the art of Baroque

chamber music, featuring
duets by Henry Purcell for
countertenors and recorders,
including "Sound the Trumpet,"
from "Come Ye Sons of Art."
Solo works of Pelham
Humphrey, Daniel Purcell
and Henry Lawes will also be
included. The program will
feature the poignant "Elegy on
the Death of Queen Mary" and
the "Ode On the Death of Mr.
Henry Purcell" by Dr. John
The concert will be held at 3
p.m. on Sunday, March 11, at
St. John's Episcopal Church,
located at 211 North Monroe St.
in Tallahassee.

"The Parley is grateful to
St. John's Episcopal Church
for support of this concert,"
organizers said. "The church
is a fitting venue for period
instruments that recreate the way
Baroque music sounded when it
was composed and played 300
years ago in similar settings."
Bach Parley concerts are
open to the public. A minimum
donation of $5 is suggested for
this Tallahassee Bach Parley
guest artist concert, and free
childcare is available.
For additional information
about the Tallahassee
Bach Parley, visit, www,

enhake, which consists of former Florida State University students, will perform
Sunday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in Opperman Hall on the FSU campus. The concert is part
of the Artist Series of Tallahassee's 201 1-12 season.

Tallahassee Artist Series presents

modern quartet with FSU heritage

The Artist Series of
Tallahassee presents enhake on
Sunday, March 11, at 4 p.m. in
Opperman Hall on the Florida
State University Campus.
The enhake quartet, whose
name refers to the Creek and
Seminole Indian word for
"sound" or "call," is comprised
of a unique instrumentation
consisting of clarinet, violin,
cello and piano, allowing the
group to perform some of the
most important contemporary
works of the 20th and 21st
The group was established in
2007 at Florida State University,
where the four members studied
and met.
In 2010, the quartet presented

the recital Made in America at
Carnegie Hall. The performance
was praised by the New York
Concert Review for its "rock
solid rhythmic integrity...
strengths in balance, intonation,
and musicality... polished, yet
spontaneous performance."
enhake performs regularly
throughout the world's most
prestigious venues, including
New York City's Weill Recital
Hall, Oklahoma Mozart
Festival, South Korea's
PanMusic Festival at Seoul Arts
Center and the Promising Artist
of the 21st Century Series in
Costa Rica.
The quartet has dedicated
itself to the performance of
new music, collaborating with

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leading composers such as
Libby Larsen, Peter Lieuwen
and Edward Knight.
Sunday's concert will include
two works by living composers
Robert Xavier Rodriguez and
Edward Knight, the Quartet Op.
1 by Walter Rabl, and Three
Brazilian Choros arranged by
M. Brent Williams, violinist of
the quartet.
General admission tickets
will be available at the door
or in advance by calling 850-
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for adults and $10 for students
(13+). Performances are free to
students 12 and under.
For more information on
enhake, visit www.enhake.

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

B-4 Perry News-Herald March 9-10, 2012

The deadlines for classified ads are Monday by 5
p.m. for the Taco Times and Wednesday by 5 p.m.
for the Perry News- Herald.

Estate Sale. Saturday, from 8 a.m. until
2 p.m., on Paul Poppell Rd. off Woods
Creek Road. Furniture, household
items and more.
Yard sale to help sponsor Taylor County
High School Senior Trip to New York in
May. Saturday, from 8 a.m. until, at
Buckeye Comminuty Federal Credit
Union. A little bit of everything.
03/09 '"

Yard sale. Saturday, March 10, from 8
a.m. until noon. 187 Will Clark Road.
Books, toys, clothes (some adults and
children). Real cheap prices!
Yard sale. Friday and Saturday from 8
a.m. until 5 p.m., 105 Cheryl Drive, off
221. New stroller/carseat, king and
queen beds and frames, ladies 2 & 3X
clothes, men's 3 & 4X clothes, lamps,
dressers and much more.
2 family yard sale. Saturday, from 7
a.m.- until, 1306 S. Center Street. Size
4-5 girls public and POGC uniforms,
girls Nike Shocks, girls clothes 12
month, 4T and 5T, boys clothes all
sizes, women's clothes size 18, men's
size 34, split lightered bundles $5.
Huge yard sale. Saturday, from 8 until
at 1877 Reddick Drive off 19 North past
BP on the left look for signs. A little bit
of everything.
"Now Open" Jeans & More. Quality
men's & women's clothing. Men's jeans
from $8 to $15, Carhartt & Redwing
steel toe work boots $107, Men's suits
$50. Women's clothes, dress to casual.
This week's special: women's new
athletic shoes $10 a pair. We have
Sworavski jewelry and much more to
see. Located downtown on Green
Street, open Thursday, Friday,
02/24, 03/02
Yard sale. Saturday, at 172 Jackson Rd
from 8 until. Turn right across from
Ring Power on Jackson Rd. Lots of

Yard sale. Friday and Saturday starting
at 9 a.m. From Shady Grove take
Highway 14 West (from Eridu take
Highway 14 East).
Yard sale. Friday and Saturday at 316
E. Elm St., from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Kids
clothing, reclining love seat/chair,
dining room set, like new toys,
children's car seats, misc. items.

Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. until? 3498
Hwy. 19 South (Taylor Storage Center
across from Taylor Tech.) computer with
Windows XP Pro with 30 day warranty,
wheelchair, Air soft gun, knives,
swords, stroller, car seats, toys, DVDs,
VGR tapes, books, living room chair,
dining table and 2 chairs, home
security system, computer desk,
apartment size refrigerator/microwave
combo, small appliances, new and
used tools,.. John Deere.. items,
magnetic bracelets; lighthouse lamp,,
adult tricycles, fashion jewelry, baby
clothes, much more.
JH 03/09
Big yard sale. Friday and Saturday at
the corner of Leon and Aquanaldo.
Movies, dishes, old guitar, a little of
Yard sale. Saturday at 2810 W. Page
Rd. (off Woods Creek Rd.) from 8 a.m.
until 1 p.m. Bassinet, bouncer, clothes,
knick-knacks and more. Cancel if

1500 watt electric heater $10, wood
book case 42"Hx31"W with 2
adjustable shelves $20, 6' folding bed
frame on wheels $15, 2 matching end
tables with drawers $15 each or 25 for.
both. Call 584-2001 or (386)209-2364.
For sale barn kept rolls of hay second
cutting last year. Only 18 rolls left, going
fast. 52"x4' coastal/bahia mixed.
Horses, cows, goats all will eat well.
Call 584-7397 or (850) 591-6134.
03/07 03/09

Suzuki Quad Sport 90cc 4 wheeler.
Runs and looks great $525. Call (850)
03/09 03/16, JP
Queen size Sealy Posturepedic
mattress and box spring. Call 843-
03/07 03/09
Washburn Lyon Acoustical Guitar never
used paid $500 asking $200 or best
offer. Call 371-1179.
03/07 03/09
King size brass headboard $100 or
best offer. Call 371-1179.
03/07 03/09
Queen size bedroom suite w/mattress
& box spring, 4 drawer dresser, 2 end
tables light oak w/dk oak trim $350 firm.
Call 371-1179.
03/07 03/09
Guitar, old Epiphone 1967 in mint
condition with new hard shell case,
$300 for all. In Perry call 295-0088.
03/07 03/09
For sale. A.R.E. topper, white, fits
regular size truck. Call (850) 838-1891.
03/07 03/16
Kenmore sidebyside fridge beige 26
cu. ft. perf. condition ice/water
dispenser pd. $1500 asking $500 or
best offer. Call 371-1179.
03/07 03/09
Wicker & chrome glass top DR set
$100 or best offer, Dark Oak China
Cabinet $50 or best offer. Call 371-
03/07 03/09
Blueberries, Figs, Grapes, Japanese
Persimmons, Plums, Pomegranates.
Abe Whitfield, Turkey Roost Nursery,
02/15 -03/09

Metal and Junk

2003 14 ft. G3 aium, boat w/15 HP
Mercury 52 lb. thrust trolling motor, gas
tank & anchor $2000 or bestoffer. Call
03/07- 03/09
Cash for junk cars and trucks. 7 days a
week. Call 386-658-1030 or 904-887-
02/08 05/04
12 Ft Stock Trailer, standard height, fair
condition (some rust) $1500, call 584-
3553, leave message.
03/07 03/09

4 BD, 2 BA Jacobsen modular home in
Perry in El Rancho Subdivision right off
of Miller Rd. $4,500 down and $610 per
mo. Owner has financing, call (352)
493-9600 or, after 6 p.m. call (352) 262-
TMH, tfn
2004 MH, Fleetwood 16X80, 3
bedroom 2 bath, good condition.
Asking $22,800, all appliances and
pole too. Call 584-7031.
03/09 03/21
Own your land, have an old mobile
home and want a new modular home
with no money down at 4%, call (352)
493-9600 or, after 6 p.m. call (352)
TMH, tfn
2012 4 BD, 2 BA Jacobsen home on 2
acres in Deerwood at the Beaches on
Blacktail Way. Only $3,500 down and
$512 per month. Call (352) 262,4531.
TMH, tfn
4 BD, 2 BA 2012 Jacobsen delivery &
set up on your land with 10% down or
your trade in. Owner has financing for
good or bad credit $536 per month for
20 years 9.5%. Call (352) 262-4531.
TMH, tfn
CALL (352) 493-9600 or, AFTER 6
P.M. CALL (352) 262-4531.
TMH, tfn

Our loss, your gain a 2009 Jacobsen
Triple-wide 4 br, 3 bth 2400 sq. ft. model
#7604 & a 2011 32x68 3 BD, 2 BA
2100 sq. ft. Model #46410w. Will
entertain all offers, call (352) 493-9600
or, after 6 p.m. call (352) 262-4531.
TMH, tfn

3 bedroom 1 bath in Shady Grove. Call
WR, tfn
Mobile home for rent. 2 bedroom, 1
bath, new carpet & vinyl, quiet and
large private yard, utility shed. $125 per
week or $425 monthly, $400 deposit.
Call 584-4366.
03/09- 03-21, ATP
For rent or sale. 3 bedroom, 2 bath
house, 3 miles from town. First, last and
deposit, references required, $650 per
month. Call 223-3227.
03/09,16, 23, 30
Rent to own. 28x60 DBL trailer on one
acre 3/2 1900 sq. ft., 12x60 covered
front porch, 12x40 side deck. Recently
remodeled, must supply your own A/C
and appliances serious inquiries only.
$3500 down $650 month call for appt.
03/07 03/09
RV spot. Includes city water, sewage,
power and cable. Not in park, off US 98.
$350 per month. Call (727) 433-4514
02/08 02/24, JP
1 bedroom apartment for rent. Call
(850) 838-7372.
02/22- 03/16

Swann ?

"Where Ewvpday Is Springtime" i
10m7 n i i

Office space for lease.224 N. Jefferson
Street. Will alter to suit. On-site parking.
Up to 2,000 sq. ft. $900 per month,
SAH Properties. Call (850) 656-6340.
KS, tfn
This beautifully remodeled spacious
one level Spanish style 3 bedroom, 3
bath house has a unique, open floor
plan with lots of glass, a formal
living/dining room, den with fireplace,
TV room, screened patio and 2 car
garage. $1,200 per month. Call (850)
CC, tfn
Room for rent in 3 bedroom mobile
home, full usage. Cable, washer, dryer,
kitchen. Off North 19 just outside City
limits $110 per week. Call (850) 843-
02/08 02/24, JP
FOR LEASE Immaculate 2/2, central
H/A, newly renovated w/new kitchen &
bath cabinets, counter tops, sinks,
furnished or unfurnished, covered
porches, no water or garbage fees.
Must see, better than most. Limit of 2
non-smoking adults only, no pets. $600
monthly plus damage dep. 584-3681
PF, tfn
3 bedroom, 2 bath with family room in
Glenridge area. House is on 1 acre of
land, has patio, and storage shelter.
Two miles to town and schools. For
more information call 584-4098.
03/0 03/30

Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments for rent $600 to $800.
Included with rent is full cable t.v.,
Internet, hot tub, one block, one block
to river and new boat landing. Call 352-
498-7740 if no answer 813-677-9640.
SPR, tfn
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from monthly $595
(required $45 deposit), $165 weekly or
$40 daily (tax included). 317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-672-0973.
--Under New Management --
2- 3 BR apartments available.
Special Move-In Pkg. Rent
based on income. Water/Gas
furnished. On-site Laundry.
Close to City/Water Parks,
Boys & Girls Club, and
Shopping Plazas. Public
Transportation available.
Call 850-584-6842.
TDD 711, EHO.
Section 8 Affordable Multifamily
Woodridge Apartments
Accepting applications for 1, 2, and 3
BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers
considered. Call 850-584-5668.709 W
. Church St., Perry, FL 32348 TDD 711.
"This institution is an equal opportunity
provider, and employer."
Westgate Rooms available for rent.
refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly, $40 daily, $595-$635 per
RV sites $20 daily, $100 weekly, $350
monthly. Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy.850-299-6554.-

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.
EF, tfn

1986 Ford Economy
$1,100. Call 295-1314.

motor home

1994 Honda Civic
1995 Chevrolet Blazer 4x4 SOLD
1995 Toyota 4 Runner
2002 Nissan Sentra
2000 Hyundai
Call for details (850) 948-4869.
02/08 03/09
2001 Toyota Camry, white with sun roof,
good condition! Call 584-8053 ask for
Tommy or Sherri, or' Tommy at 854-
03/07 30/09
2009 Pontiac G6
49,000 Miles!
2009 4D Jeep Wrangler
Unlimited X 49,000 Miles!
2004 4x4 Nissan Frontier
Call Headturners Auto Inc.
RA, tfn
Equipment Trailer, car or truck hauler
14' heavy duty all steel construction. 2
sets of ramps, double axle 2" bumper
pull $875. Call 850-843-0883
02/08 02/24, JP
2004 Colorado, 2006 Silverado!
2004 Explorer, 2003 F150,
1998 F150!
2000 Sonoma, 2002 Accord!
2004 Cherokee, 2004 Frontier!
2004 Quest, 2009 Wrangler!
2008 G6!
Headturners Auto Inc.
(850) 584-8900

RA, tfn

3/Bedroom, 2/Bath, block home, metal
roof, fireplace, central heat/air, carport
with apartment and 1/2 bath, chain link
fence on .92 acre inside city limits, 5
minutes from Walmart. $88,000
negotiable. 850-584-7112 or 850-371-

Admin. Assistant Program Instructor
See website at www.nfcc.edu for
details. EOE.
03/02 03/21


Dries in 3-4 Hours Tile Floors Pet Odors

584-CLEAN (584-2532)

I Marshall Healthcare


RN's* LPN's CNA's

All Shifts, Part-Time/ PRN Positions

Call Lewis Barwick, RN, DON @ 850-584-6334

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Yard Sale
SATURDAY, March 10, 8 a.m.-.2 p.m.
to be held indoors, come rain or shine at
Forest Capital Hall, 203 Forest Park Dr.,
off of Hwy. 19 (The Fairgrounds Building)
Thousands of items with an original retail value of well
over $60,000 will be sold at a fraction of the cost.

This is the Yard Sale to beat ALL others.
Something for EVERYONE.
For additional info call (850) 223-2762
For additional info call (850) 223-2762

Property for Lease
3,021 square feet Commercial Building
"Perect or Mdica, D--.ntil,

Dual Reception Area
S6 Individual Rooms / Offices
2 Executive Offices
1 Large File Room
S3 restrooms
New Painting Inside and Outside
New Complete Roof
Adequate Parking In the rear of the
Building on Pavement & Grass Area
5 Minutes from the Hospital
5 Minutes from the Courthouse

For an Appointment call 850-838-0634
or after 6 PM call 850-584-4276
402 East Ash Street
(Corner of Center Street and Ash Street)
_ Perry, FL 32348





B-5 Perry News-Herald March 9-10, 2012

Hampton Inn
Now Hiring Front Desk Clerk Part-time
Qualified applicants must:
Have valid drivers license
Be 18 or older
Have high school diploma or
Have strong computer skills
Pass drug test
Hospitality experience preferred
Anyone considered for the job will be
required to work weekends and night
audit shifts. Please apply in person. No
phone calls please.
03/09, HI

Refuge House, Inc. Taylor County is
looking to fill the following position.
Rural SART Coordinator
The applicant provides advocacy and
confidential crisis counseling to
survivors of sexual violence. This
position will be split approximately
50/50 between SART and community
outreach, and victim services.
Develop and maintain cooperative
working relationships with health care,
law enforcement, social services
agencies, and other community groups
to provide coordinated services to
survivors of sexual violence.
Collaborate with SART members in the
identification and accomplishment of
short and long-term goals as defined in
the Rural SART Contract. Provides on-
call intervention counseling in a
hospital (rape crisis response) setting.
Provides individual advocacy and
supportive counseling to sexual
assault victims. Responsible for the
organization and facilitation of the
Sexual Assault Response Team
(SART) monthly meetings. High School
diploma and 1 year of social service or
professional experience preferred.
Knowledge and understanding of
sexual violence issues; knowledge and
understanding of the group process;
experience working with and building
community collaborations a plus, but
not required.
Please forward resume to Charlotte
Arons at carons@refugehouse.com or
go to our website at
03/09 03/21, TCRH

OTR TRUCK DRIVER. Home 2-3 days
a week.
position, experience a must.
Apply at FL Pine Straw 5850 SW CR
354, Mayo, FL. (386) 294-3411.
03/07 -03/16, FPS

Help wanted. Part-time sales person
with showroom work. Apply in person,
no phone calls. Badcock Home
Furniture & More.

Doriino's- Pizzaa- '-inng ii
positions. Please apply at store.
02/22 03/16

Positions open for 1 cook and 2-3
servers. Must be over 18 years of age.
Experience helpful but not necessary
for the right candidate. Must apply in
person ONLY. Monday/Thursday 8 a.m.
until 10 a.m. only. Must be willing to
submit to drug testing, have
transportation, be able to work days or
evenings as needed. An out going
personality and a willingness to serve
on a "team" are essential. Apply at
S. Byron Butler Pkwy, Perry, FL. 32348.
No phone calls will be accepted. We
are an equal opportunity employer.
03/7 03/09, MIR

Taylor County Board of County
Day Camp Counselor (Temporary
Seasonal Part Time) $8.04 $11.68/hr
DOQ. Applications and job description
can be obtained from
www.taylorcountygov.com; MOBILE
CAREER LAB at Perry Square (Save-
a-Lot and Goodwill parking lot) on
Tuesday, Wednesdays or Thursdays
9:00 A.M. 4:00 RM.; or Workforce.
Positions are open until filled. Taylor
County Board of County
Commissioners is an EOE, VR DT,
background check employer.
TCBCC, tfn

Advent Christian Village
Current JOBS Line Advertisement
call (386) 658-5627 or visit
24 hrs/day, 7 days/week
Be your BEST, Among the BEST
FT Director Administrator for Home
Health Agency
Unrestricted Florida RN license
required plus experience in home care
agency administration, staffing
supervision, and Medicare/Medicaid
billing processes. Proficiency in
federal, state and local regulations for
home health agencies required.
Competitive benefits include health,
dental, life, disability, supplemental
insurance, 403b retirement account;
paid time off, access to onsite daycare
and fitness facilities. Apply in person at:
Personnel office, Monday through
Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., or
fax resume/credentials to (386) 658-
5160. EOE/DFW/Criminal background
checks required.
03/02- 3/14

J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.

Gopher It Lawn Service & Concrete.
Lawn maintenance and mowing, yard
racking, tree trimming. No job to small
Free estimates, call (850) 578-3191 or
(850) 295-1463 Charles Small & Pete
03/09 03/30

You can be a CNA. Quest Training has
resumed classes. No GED or high
school diploma required if age 18.
Registered nurse instructor, day and
evening classes, (386) 362-1065.
02/22 03/09

John Hilton Shirts and More. Home
based business for shirts, decals, hats
and more. Five miles from Winn-Dixie
on Puckett Road but worth the drive.
Call for more information and
appointments (850) 584-9847 or
jhshirtsandmore.com or Facebook us.
03/07 03/16

for part time or temporary office help?
Are you looking for a qualified person
who has strong organizational and
interpersonal skills with day-to-day
office experience? Call Office Girl
(850) 838-6949.
02/29 03/21

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-
A2Z, tfn

*Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming
*Tree Removal
*Debris Removal
*Bucket truck use
,Bush Hogging
&Pressure Washing
*Free Estimates* and
*Great Rates*
Call today!
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
Mark A. Moneyhan
Licensed and Insured
Certified Quality Specialist.

JM Handyman Home Repairs, LLC
Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate
wood available, Mobile Home Repairs,
RV Leak Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-
.IM tfn

Licensed and insured. Free estimates.
We also grind stumps. Call today 838-
1280. Firewood for sale.
Car et, Vin land Repairs. Will beat all I ,OR TAYLOR COUNTY,
price ~ansn"ei FLO DA' -,- -
please a leave message. PROBATE DIVISION
BR, tfn In Re: The Estate of:
BR, tfn

(Summary Administration)
You are hereby notified that an Order
of Summary Administration has been
entered In the Estate of WILBER
deceased, File Number 12-114-CP, by
the Circuit Court for Taylor County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address
of which is Post Office Box 620, Perry,
Florida 32348; that the decedentis
date of death was March 25, 2011;
that the total value of the estate Is
less than $75,000.00 and that the
name and address of those to whom
It has been assigned by such order
Edwin Clemons, 2508 Jefferson Road,
Tallahassee, FL 32317
All creditors of the estate of the
decedent and persons having claims
or demands against the estate of the
decedent other than those for whom
provision for full payment was made
In the Order of Summary
Administration must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THE TIME
The date of first publication of this
notice is: MARCH 2, 2012.
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bar No. 169621
P.O. Drawer 579
Perry, Florida 32348
Telephone: (850) 584-3812
Fax: (850) 584-7148
Personal Representative
2508 Jefferson Road
Tallahassee, FL 32317

v. Case No. 09-754 CA
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Foreclosure
Complaint has been filed against you
and all parties claiming interests by
through, under or against Defendant,
ASSOCIATION, INC. and a prayer
contained within the Complaint
demands judgment foreclosing a lien
on the following described property:
A parcel of land,located in the
County of Taylor, State-of Florida, and
known as:

A part of Section 23, Township 2
South, Range 7 East, Taylor County,
Florida being more particularly
described as:
Commence at a concrete
monument marking the Southeast
corner of Section 23, Township 2
South, Range 7 East, Taylor County,
Florida and run North 00 degrees 21
minutes 02 seconds West, along the
East boundary of said Section 23, a
distance of 3659.79 feet to a point,
thence leaving the East boundary of
said Section 23, run South 69 degrees
47 minutes 35 seconds West, a
distance of 1701.75 feet to a point In
the centerline of an 80 foot wide
roadway, utility and drainage
easement (McMullen Bridge Road),
thence South 04 degrees 28 minutes
31 seconds West, along, the
centerline of said McMullen Bridge
Road, a distance of 130.83 feet to a
point, thence leaving the centerline
of said McMullen Bridge Road, run
South 78 degrees 17 minutes 28
seconds West, a distance of 1002.33
feet to a point, thence South 67
degrees 45 minutes 40 seconds West,
a distance of 1955,41 feet for a POINT
OF BEGINNING, thence from said
67 degrees 45 minutes 40 seconds
West, a distance of 998.96 feet to a
point on the West boundary of said
Section 23, thence North 00 degrees
22 minutes 47 seconds West, along
the West boundary of said Section 23,
a distance of 735.07 feet to a point
on the Southerly right-of-way line of
County Road 14, sold point being on
a curve concave to the South,
thence run In a Northeasterly
direction along said right-of-way line
and curve having a radius of 2814.93
feet through a central angle of 16
degrees 36 minutes 17 seconds for an
arc distance of 815.79 feet (chord of
said arc being North 64 degrees 01
minutes 33 seconds East, a distance
of 812.93 feet) to a point, thence
leaving the right-of-way line of said
County Road 14, run South 15
degrees 51 minutes 46 seconds East,
a distance of 252.23 feet to a point,
thence South 15 degrees 25 minutes
19 seconds East, a distance of 487.96
feet to the Point of Beginning.
SUBJECT TO A 15 foot wide utility
easement over and across the
Northerly 15 feet thereof and Westerly
15 feet thereof. .
ALSO SUBJECT TO A 15 foot wide
utility easement over and across the
Easterly 7.50 feet thereof, and
Southerly 7.50 feet thereof.
Together with (I) all buildings,
Improvements, hereditaments, and
appurtenances thereunto
appertaining, as far as they may
belong to or be used In connection
with the occupancy of any building
existing or to be constructed on such
Property; (11) all fixtures, equipment
and accessions and attachments
thereto attached or used In
connection with the operation of
such property, and all replacements,
additions, and betterments to or of
any of the foregoing: (111) all rights In
easements, rights of way, rights of
access, water rights and courses,
sewer rights and other rights
appertaining thereto; (iv) all as-
extracted collateral including without
limitation all gas, oil and mineral rights
of every nature and kind, all timber to
be cut and all other rights
appertaining thereto; and (v) all
leases, rents ancLprofits therefrom.
The-- real -property, -buildings,
improvements, fixtures, equipment,
accessions thereto, appurtenances

and all replacements and additions
thereof and thereto, all leases and
rents therefrom, and all other
collateral described above are
hereinafter referred to as the
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Verified
Amended Complaint on Hunter G.
Norton, Esquire, of Shumaker,.Loop &
Kendrick, LLP, P.O. .Box 49948,
Sarasota, Florida 34230, on or before
30 days from the date of the first
publication of this Notice. If you fall to
do so, Judgment by Default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Verified Amended
THIS NOTICE shall be published once
a week for two consecutive weeks in
the Taco Times.
DATED: This 15 day of February, 2012,
at Taylor County, Florida.
By Marti Lee DC
Clerk of Court

Case No. 2012-126-CP
The administration of the estate of
Number: 2011-126-CP, Is pendingin
the Circuit Court for Taylor County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address
of which is Taylor County Courthouse,
Post Office Box 620, Perry, Florida
32348. The name and address of the
Personal Representative are set forth
All creditors of the decendent and
other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice has
been served, must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedents estate.
must file their claims with this court
The date of the first publication of this
notice is March 9, 2012.
Subsequent date of publication is
March 16, 2012.
Bridgette Robertson.
Personal Representative
2649 South Dorman Peacock Road
Perry, Florida 32348
John R. Weed
605 S. Jefferson Street
Perry, Florida 32347
(850) 838-1773
FBN: 121530

The Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. Board of Directors will
hold a meeting of the Board of
Directors on Monday,.. Marei-:26to
2012, 7:00 P.M. at the Suwannee River"f'
Economic Council, Inc., Senior )
Center in Live Oak, Florida.


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5. Pull apart by force
9. Ancient Egyptian King
12. Missing soldiers
13.' Capital of Japan
14. Diamond month (abbr.)
15. Spheres
16. Surpassing good
17. British thermal unit
18. Philippine island & seaport
19. Legally argued
20. Belonging to singer
22. Bowler hats
24. Has a strong odor
25. Doyens
26. London Gallery
27. Rural delivery
28. Rods
31. Stonhenge plain

1. Big man on campus
2. Made public by radio or
3. Labelled
4. Inform positively
5. I)rinks habitually
6. Supplemented with difficulty
7. SW Scottish river & port
8. American poet 1874-1963
9. Pads
10. Ingestion or intake
11. Tie up a bird before cooking
13. Bulrushes of the genus
16. Turned rod on a spinning
21. Having or covered with
23. The 44th U.S. President

33. Withdraw from membership
34. Execute or perform
35. Central or Yellowstone
36. Municipality in Norway
39. Bay of NW Rep. of Ireland
40. Skin designs
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44. Clare Booth _, Am. writer
46. Black tropical American
47. Filled with fear or appre-
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50. Wide metal vessel used in
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53. Heat unit
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29. Tuberculosis (abbr.)
30. Inspected accounting
31. A twilled woolen fabric
32. Potato state
33. The work of a sailor
35. Involving 2 dimensions
36. Fanatical or overzealous
37. Consolation
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41. Weighing device
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ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20
Aries, communication is a big deal for
you this week. Every time you open your
mouth, you have a grand audience just
waiting on what you have to say.

TAURUS Apr 21/May 21
Taurus, attempt a more lighthearted
approach to a difficult situation. If you
don't let it bother you, there may be an
easy solution that comes to mind much

GEMINI May 22/Jun 21
Gemini, don't worry if the spark seems
to have sizzled out of your relationship.
While there may be a bump in the road,
this is by no means the end of the whole

CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22
Cancer, have some fun at work. Just
because it is a means to making money
doesn't mean it has to be serious and
boring every day. Be creative in your

LEO Jul 23/Aug 23
You are at the top of your game this week,
Leo. Expect to sail through projects at
the speed of light. Also anticipate others
turning to you for advice because of the
vibe you give.

VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22
Don't expect others to be mind readers,
Virgo. Ifyou have something to say, simply
say it. It is better than going through the
guessing game of your feelings.

LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23
Libra, the simple act of expressing
yourself will ease any personal issues you
are keeping-inside. Talking about things
can help you feel more secure, as well.

?s for the second week
of March

SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22
Scorpio, focus on keeping yourself in great
shape. Feeling under the weather can be
taxing on the body and the spirit. Eat
healthy and get more exercise.

Sagittarius, taking time to notice your
feelings can go a long way toward
mitigating stress and bringing peace of
mind. It also creates other opportunities
to relax.

CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20
Capricorn, focus on fitness as the warm
weather is once again right around the
corner. You'll want to look and feel your
best when it comes time to enjoy the
great outdoors.

AQUARIUS- Jan 21/Feb 18
Aquarius, don't fret too much over a
situation that's been troubling you.
Realizing the situation is a great first step.
Now seek the help of others to determine
a solution.

PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20
You may notice changes to your home life,
Pisces, and it may be causing anxiety. The
celestial plane is creating the turmoil.

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