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Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889 Perry News-HeraldPerry News-Herald 50 Friday/ SaturdayJune 28-29, 2013 0 Index Two section 124th Year, No. 25www.perrynewspapers.com Weather Friday92 73 50%Saturday89 75 Sunday78 73 70% Perry News-Herald Perry News-Herald 60% Looking Back . ......... A-2 Living . ..................... A-4 Religion . .................. A-6 Sports . .................... A-7 Entertainment . ........ A-8 TV listings . .............. A-9 Classieds . ........... A-10 Carl Jordan Toddler battling brain tumor At 14 months old, Carl Jordan Melton III--called Little CJ--has a smile that could melt your heart. But that sweet smile doesnt come as easily these days and the coming weeks promise to be lled with challenges, fears and hopefully, a miracle, for the toddler and his family. Last Thursday, doctors discovered a malignant brain tumor growing on Meltons brain stem. Specialists in both Gainesville and Jacksonville said there was little they could do and referred the boy to St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. We knew there was something going on with him, but just not what. He would wake in the mornings crying and hold his head. The doctors have been working through a series of tests to nd out what was Please see page 3 2 days early Scallop season opens Saturday Only a handful of days before the start of the 2013 recreation scallop season, Gov. Rick Scott announced Wednesday that the season would begin early, on Saturday, June 29, rather than the traditional July 1 kick-off. The decision gives scallopers and those businesses which rely on their annual arrival an extra weekend this year. Local businessman Don Everett Jr. said he and his father were discussing the opening of scallop season earlier this week and wondered why it couldnt start a few days earlier on Saturday (instead of Monday) to help increase Buckeye shareholders to vote on Georgia-Pacic merger Georgia-Pacic LLC and GP Cellulose Group LLC, an entity controlled by Georgia-Pacic, today announced that GP Cellulose Group has chosen to convert to a long form merger in the pending acquisition of Buckeye Technologies Inc. and to terminate the previously announced tender offer in accordance with the merger agreement with Buckeye Technologies. Georgia-Pacic and GP Cellulose have chosen to convert to the merger as a result of the previously announced second request from the Department of Justice regarding the nonwovens business. The long form merger affords Buckeye Technologies shareholders the opportunity to vote to approve the merger. Under the merger agreement announced April 24, Buckeye Technologies has agreed to hold a special meeting of its shareholders promptly to consider and vote on adoption of the merger agreement. Adoption of the merger agreement requires the afrmative vote of at least 75 percent of the outstanding shares of Buckeye Technologies common stock. Subject to the receipt of shareholder approval and the satisfaction or waiver of the other conditions to the merger, Buckeye Technologies shareholders will receive $37.50 in cash per share in the merger, the same price they would have received in the tender offer. The previously Please see page 3 RIDING THE RAILS By MARK VIOLA Staff writer Interlude II For the past two weeks, former Perry resident Russell Tedder has been serving as conductor on a ride through Perrys railroad history. Tedder, who was guest of honor at the Perry Historic Stations grand opening in 2009, recently returned to Perry to donate four model trains to the city which are now displayed at Java Depot in the station. So far, we have looked at those models, representing the Live Oak, Perry & Gulf Railroad, the South Georgia Railway and Atlantic Coast Line Railroads Southland. While the Florida Railway is not among the models now on display, it played an important and early role in Perrys railway past. Chapter 4: The Florida Railway There was one other railroad that came into Perry that I dont have a train for, called the Florida Railway, Tedder said. It was the rst railroad into Perry. Originally it was called the Suwannee and San Pedro Railroad. It ran from Live Oak, crossed the Suwannee River at Lauraville, went to Mayo and then turned back northwest and came to Perry up through Fenholloway. It arrived in Perry in 1903. They had advertisements and schedules in Perry and said there was a livery station with horses and buggies. So you could ride the train and rent a horse and go to places like Shady Grove. In 1905, the Suwannee and San Pedro Railroad became the Florida Railroad. It was owned by the Drew family, Tedder said. Gov. George Franklin Drew was elected Floridas 12th governor in January 1877, the rst Democratic governor after the Reconstruction era. Born in Alton, N.H., he built Floridas largest sawmill at Ellaville on the Suwannee River. He returned to the lumber business following his term in ofce and died in Jacksonville in 1900. His sons George L. Drew and Frank Drew joined him in his ventures and the rail served their timber interests. He had two sons and they were the ones who built the railroad, Tedder said. Perrys rst railroad arrives in 1903 Please see page 5 Please see page 3 For the past several years, Rick Moore has been a staple of summer, manning a produce stand at the corner of Highway 19 and U.S. 98. His main offering has been watermelons and many simply called him Watermelon Man. However, Tuesday night Moore added a new title to his nameMost Wanted. Wearing a bright orange t-shirt with the words Most Wanted Watermelon Man emblazoned across his chest, Moore appeared before the Perry City Council to contest a local ordinance that could send him packing from his favorite corner. Under an ordinance adopted by the council in 2009, all vendors operating along the U.S. 19 corridor must conduct the bulk of their business from a building that meets the Florida building code; if they are not operating out of a building, then they are considered transient merchants and must pay a $375/day licensing fee. Moore, who lives in Hernando, has been conducting his business roadside with produce displays in the back of trailers. Until now, no one raised the alarm. However, in recent weeks City Hall received multiple complaints regarding Moores business which prompted an investigation that led to police ofcers asking him to comply with the ordinance. I have been at that corner for ve years. I have an agreement with JBs Tire to use the property and dont know why I have to leave, Moore told council members. Under the ordinance that addresses U.S. 19, you have to be conducting the majority of your business inside a building. Although you may face Highway 98, the property you are on fronts U.S. 19. The ordinance covers any piece of property that touches 19. If you get the property owner to let you use one of the garage bays and all contact with the money is made inside the building, then you could be in compliance, City Manager Watermelon Man says hes on citys most wanted listPlease see page 3 Time to make a splash! The new splash pad at Rosehead Park is open and ready for visitors. City Manager Bob Brown said they were given the green light to open the facilities Thursday morning and the park attraction opened for business at 4 p.m. that afternoon. The hours will start out at 4 p.m. to dark Monday through Thursday while construction continues on the playground area behind the splash pad. It will be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from sun up to sun down. It is course free and open to everyone, Brown said. Benches are located inside the protective fence surrounding the splash pad and free wiis available courtesy of Fairpoint Communications. The splash pad is located on South Jefferson Street adjacent to the Grand Pavilion at Rosehead Park. A Farmers Market is open every Saturday at the pavilion, from 8 a.m. until 12 noon. and Thursday from 3-7 p.m.

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A-2 Perry News-Herald June 28-29, 2013 Looking Back Perry News-HeraldPerry, Florida 123 S. Jefferson Street (850) 584-5513 The Perry News-Herald (ISSN 07470967) is published each Friday by Perry News papers, Inc., 123 S. Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347. Subscriptions are $35.00 per year or $49.00 out of county. Periodicals postage paid at Perry, Florida 32348. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to the Perry News-Herald, P.O. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348. and views on the news. Please submit letters by Monday at 5 p.m. The Taco Times reserves the right to refuse publication of letters which are libelous or irresponsible. Name may be withheld if circumstances so require, but all letters submitted should We look forward to hearing from you! Our address is Perry, Newspapers, Inc., P.O. Box 888, Perry, Florida 32348. e-mail: newsdesk@perrynewspapers.comMember Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce. P.O. Box 888 DONALD D. LINCOLN Publisher SUSAN H. LINCOLN Managing EditorANGELA M. CASTELUCCIStaff Writer/Advertising Sales DEBBIE CARLTON Business Manager CAROLYN DuBOSE Advertising Director MICHELE ARNOLD Graphic Arts MARK VIOLA Staff Writer TAMMY KNIGHT 2013 Perry Newspapers Inc. June 28-29, 2013 Have you ever considered how much you are like your parents and the people who raised you? I am a melting pot of everyone who had a hand in raising me. I look like my mother and my father. I have her full face and her eyes. I have his complexion, bow legs and mustache. him. My personality is also a combination of both. Like my mother, Im easy to satisfy, but Im quiet and easygoing like my mother; however, like my father, Ive been known to be a little raucous. I can be counted on when Im needed just like my mother, but like my father (and he knows Im saying this) I may not come through when you need me, but Ill be there when you least expect me to. oftentimes left me in quite the quandary. Most of my beliefs and dreams were nurtured by my grandmother. The beliefs Im referring to are not the everyday sort, such as my belief that the Gators will contend for the national championship this year. That belief can change and probably will throughout the season. The beliefs Im talking about are the ones that shape who we are, such as my belief in the concept of equality. Like my grandmother, these beliefs dont change easily. However, Im willing to listen to a good argument. I stress the word good because, like my grandmother, I have a very low tolerance for nonsense. I will listen and I have been known to change my belief, but once again, like my grandmother, changing my beliefs usually requires divine intervention. My grandmother shaped my dreams by giving me books and typewriters and by assuring me that I could do whatever I chose to do. She also showed me how to roll with the punches when life knocked me off of my feet. This turned out to be the most useful of the lessons she taught. My devotion to family and friends was instilled early on by my grandfather. He didnt always agree with what his family and friends did, but that didnt mean he wasnt on their side. When we were wrong, he expected us to admit that we were wrong. Then, and only then, he would step in and help deal with the fallout. Im kind of, sort of that way. Well, Im striving to be. There are others who contributed to the melting pot. I have issues with winning and losing. Well, more so with losing. I like to win and will go the extra mile to win, which is something I picked up from my uncles Charles and Archie. And as much as I hate to admit it, I hate losing and I dont mind spreading the blame when I lose, which is a trait that came directly from Charles. I considered trying to change this less than desirable ingredient in my make-up, but I might not have to. It seems the older I get, the fewer people I have to spread the blame among. Until the past 10 years, I had a problem staying put. I could never stay in one town or city long enough to claim residency. My grandmother used to fuss at me about my inability to plant roots in one place. I couldnt help it though. Ive always believed in enjoying life to the fullest. My aunt Wilma tossed too large of a pinch of this zest for life in the melting pot. Wilma enjoyed her life to the fullest and beseeched me to do so too. I havent let loose all of the things that have kept me from doing what she implored, but Im getting there. My neighbors, Mr. Daniels and Mr. Whitehurst, always had a story or two to tell, and they taught me how to tell a good story. Now, I am a storyteller. And, although Im still a work in progress, I am a man of faith. I was 11 when my grandfather died. To comfort me, my Cousin Retha promised me there was a Heaven. The faith I discovered that day is the faith that guides my life today. I really am a melting pot of all the people who had a hand in raising me. And you know something? I wouldnt change the recipe one bit. Remember when...By ANTHONY L. WHITE anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.comA melting pot HOSPITAL SEEKS 100 PERCENT INCREASE FROM COUNTYGary Muller, administrator for Doctors Memorial Hospital, submitted a funding request for $236,813 from the county, representing a 100 percent increase on what was allocated during the previous budget season. Chairman W.D. Wilson called the request, unrealistic, but the county tabled action until the next meeting.BUCKEYE GIVES $25,000 TO RECREATIONBuddy Humphries and Recreation Board Chairman Bert Fife received a $25,000 check from Buckeye to enhance recreation programs for youth in the community. Humphries had submitted his resignation as recreation director, but rescinded that request, and planned to continue as supervisor of activities.SIX BABIES WELCOMEDJasmine Ann Land was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Evan Land on June 13 in Doctors Memorial Hospital (DMH). She weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces. Angela Dianne Thomas was born to Mr. and Mrs. Hancil Thomas on June 11, also at DMH. She weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sadler announced the birth of their son, Trenton Ralph, on May 27, weighing 8 pounds, 8.5 ounces. Derek Wayne Couey was welcomed to the world by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harrell Couey, on June 14. He weighed 9 pounds, 5 ounces. Dana Daniela Ellison was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Levi Ellison on June 14 at DMH. She weighed 6 pounds, 5.5 ounces. Jessica Ryan Frederickson was the name given to the new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Arthur Frederickson. She was born June 14 at DMH, weighing 7 pounds, 4.5 ounces.JUNE WEDDINGS CONTINUEBambi Lynn Darsey and Marcus Dewayne Dickey were married at 2 p.m. on June 3 in the First Church of the Nazarene. Sheila Sayers was maid of honor and Karen Taylor was the bridesmaid. Lori Trofemuk served as pianist for the ceremony. TWO CARS NEEDED FOR DRIVERS EDL.R. Thomas was pictured handing over the keys to not one, but two, cars needed for the drivers education program at Taylor County High School. Marion Martin accepted the keys, noting Thomas Chevrolets support for six years. THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD June 22, 1978 True Southern hospitality Hampton Springs Club & Hotel was one of the premier destination resorts in its day. In 1927, the

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Bob Brown said. Once a complaint is led, we ask the Perry Police Department to send an ofcer to see if the vendor is in compliance. We dont go looking for offenders when a complaint comes in, it triggers an investigation, Mayor Daryll Gunter added. This issue triggered a lot of discussion and I put the issue on the agenda to see if the council wanted to do something different with the ordinance, Brown noted. So if he stepped inside the building to collect money he would be in compliance? Councilwoman Venita Woodfaulk asked. The intent of the ordinance to have the majority of business conducted inside a building, Brown said. But I have built my business there and a lot of my customers dont have vehiclesthey walk or ride bicycles to see me, Moore said. The ordinance was put into place to address transient merchants who were here today and gone tomorrow. It was intended to be a protection not only to our local citizens, but local businesses as well, Brown said. We do have provisions where he could set up in another area in town that is not along the U.S. 19 corridorin the two shopping centers on Jefferson Street. All he would need to do is provide proof of a six-month lease and purchase a business license (prorated fees would be just $15). (Later in the meeting Brown noted that Moore had brought in a lease for the Perry Plaza Shopping Center and had purchased a business license. However, reports Thursday indicated he was still conducting business Hwy. 19/98.) Moore found little support from some audience members, who spoke out to say Just comply with the ordinance. The problem is not what you are selling, but where you are selling it, Gunter said. My advice would be to conduct the bulk of your business inside the building and then you could be in compliance, he added. I think we should leave the ordinance like it is its working, Councilman Mike Deming said. My understanding is you have been given a number of options on how you could conduct your business within the city limits and still be in compliance with our ordinances. Im satised with that. Discussion on the issue came to a close without any clear directive for either Moore or city staff. So if thats settled, Im on my way to pick up a load of peaches, Moore said in parting. A-3 Perry News-Herald June 28-29, 2013 announced tender offer by GP Cellulose Group for all of the outstanding shares of common stock of Buckeye Technologies expired at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, June 25. At the expiration of the tender offer, due to pending regulatory review, conditions related to expiration or termination of the waiting period under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976, as amended, and the receipt of other required regulatory approvals had not been satised. American Stock Transfer & Trust Company, LLC (AST), the depositary for the tender offer, has advised Georgia-Pacic that at the expiration of the tender offer, approximately 33,379,812 shares had been validly tendered and not properly withdrawn in the offer. This represents approximately 83 percent of the 40,127,758 shares of Buckeye Technologies common stock deemed issued and outstanding, on a fully-diluted basis, as of June 25. Georgia-Pacic has instructed AST to promptly return all shares previously tendered and not withdrawn. Tendered shares will be returned automatically and no action is required by Buckeye Technologies shareholders. Questions regarding the return of shares may be directed to AST at (877) 248-6417 or (718) 9218317. wrong. Then, last Thursday he fell out of a chair and hit his head. So we took him to the hospital and they did a CT scan. Dr. (Joda) Lynn came out and told us that he was ne where he hit his head, but there was another issuea tumor on his brain stem, Meltons aunt Lynn Carter, said. According to what the doctors told us, the tumor is wrapped around the parts of the brain stem that controls the functions of his major organs. At rst they were thinking to start treatment with radiation, but once they realized where the tumor was located, they referred him to St. Judes. As of presstime Thursday, the family was awaiting instructions from the childrens hospital as to their next steps. Little CJs mother, Valerie, is pregnant and will not be able to go to Tennessee with them. So it will be just Little CJ and his dad, Carl CJ Melton Jr. He is the main provider for the family and that is why an account has been opened for the family at Tree Capital Credit Union, Carter said. The medical treatment will be covered, but there are still living expenses that, of course, have to be met. Donations may be made at the credit union, in care of the account Carl Jordan Melton III. It has all happened so fast. Little CJ has good and bad moments. He is at home with us until they can go to Tennessee. tourism dollars in Taylor and other North Florida counties. So we called someone that we knew in the governors ofce on Monday and by Wednesday morning the governor had signed an executive order that adds another weekend to the scallop season, he said. For full coverage of the 2013 scallop season, including its early opening, see the 2013 Dive In supplement inside todays edition. The Perry Police Department reminds residents that four-wheelers are not allowed on city streets and eeing from a police ofcer while you are riding a four-wheeler is a felony. Also, drivers and passengers who are 16 or younger must be wearing helmets. We have received a number of complaints in the past few weeks and are stepping up enforcement, ofcials said. Farmers on-the-grow Perry Primary School partnered with the Taylor County Extension Service this past school year to bring a gardening, nutrition and food preparation was to help children develop an understanding of life and living processes, to experience the beauty and joy of growing and caring for plants, to understand human dependence on plants, and to improve science and PPD issues an alert regarding 4-wheelersCouncil opts not to make changes to existing rules for U.S. 19 corridor vendors WATERMELON MAN Continued from page 1 TODDLER Continued from page 1 Treatment sought at St. Judes SHAREHOLDERS Continued from page 1 Tender offer expired June 25 SCALLOP SEASON Continued from page 1 Special edition inside today Taylor County High School has announced that student report cards and score reports may be picked up beginning Monday, July 1, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.TCHS reports available July 1

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A-4 Perry News-Herald June 28-29, 2013 Living Mail delivery woes dominate chatter in Shady GroveBy FLORRIE BURROUGHS Its all about our mail or I should say the lack of our mail! That seems to be what a lot of folks are talking about. One person I spoke to had never been informed that she needed to go to Greenville to pick up her mail; another person told me that some of the Shady Grove post ofce box mail was being sent from Tallahassee to the Perry post ofce and then returned to sender. I personally am still waiting to receive my electric bill which usually arrives around the 15th of each month. A package I had ordered several weeks ago still has not arrived. A graduation invitation sent to me from Tallahassee was returned to sender marked undeliverable. And so it goes. There is a lot of confusion. Many who had post ofce boxes at Shady Grove agreed to have boxes at Rockys store and they must travel to Greenville to get their mail until the boxes are placed at Rockys. Some of us changed our mail to the route that comes out of Greenville and some opted to receive their mail at the Perry post ofce. As of today, the time when the boxes will be installed at Rockys is still unknown. Park happenings Sports activities are happening at Shady Grove Community Park. If you are interested in participating, please call Claire Hatcher at 584-8370. Happy Birthday! On Tuesday evening, a few friends surprised Claire Hatcher with a birthday party at the park. Friends, familyincluding some of her grandchildren who were visitinghad a lot of fun keeping it all quiet. Happy Birthday Claire, you are appreciated and loved by this community! Yard sale Items needed The Citizens Council is still looking for items for our Aug. 3 yard sale. We will not have an auction on Sept. 21, but will have a mullet sh fry on that date. More details later. The council feels our greatest need right now is a shade over the playground equipment at the park. If you would like to donate to this cause, either with items for the yard sale or perhaps a cash donation, please contact one of the council. Matthews sought Pleasant Grove Baptist Church was host for the My Hope America with Billy Graham preparation meeting Thursday from 6:30-9 p.m. This meeting was for pastors, church staff, ministry leaders and other interested persons in Perry and surrounding areas, equip congregations to recruit and train Matthews for their ministries. So long for now, friends and neighbors, in and around Shady Grove. Be back here in two weeks, Lord willing! Claire Hatcher FLORIDA AG LITERACYStudents learn about honey, bees and Ponce de Leon Perry Primary students were among 56,000 in Florida who learned about the importance of Florida agriculture during an Ag Literacy observance. The Ag Literacy book this year, Floridas Farm History, commemorates the 500th year anniversary of Ponce de Leons discovery of Florida and the agricultural events that played a part in the states history. Students also had the opportunity to sample honey and learn about the role honey bees play in producing food. Sponsored by 4-H, the Master Gardeners Program and Farm Bureau, participating volunteers for Ag Literacy Day were Helen Houck, Dan Buchanan, Ryan Perry, Laurel Lavalle, Shawna Beach, Karen Falicon, Leigh Breux, Mark Wiggins, Wade Goodman, Valerie Murphy, Lorie Sands, Darlene Stephens, Valerie Wiles, along with Taylor County Extension Agents Abbey Tharpe, Lori Wiggins, and Food Nutrition Program assistant, Corrie Willis. Ezell Reunion invites friends, neighbors to Day Community Center on July 14th The Ezell Family Reunion will be held on the second Sunday in July (the 14th) at Day Community Center, beginning at 11 a.m. Friends and relatives are encouraged to attend and to bring a basket lunch to share with others, as well as the kids and grandchildren! For more information on the reunion, please call Zelda Ezell Dietrick (386-2942080) or Libby Ezell Singletary (386-2941168).

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Religion A-6 Perry News-Herald June 28-29, 2013 By SARAH HALL But they that wait on the Lord, shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run and not grow weary, they shall walk and not faint. Isaiah 40:31 Prayer list: Tony Watkins (surgery), Sarah Ingram (Peaches) Black, (surgery), Jean Ester Lee (TMH), DeVern McMiller (home), LaDoris Brasby (home), the Rev. Roosevelt Knight (home), Will Porter (home), Ron King (home), Tyon Fifa (emergency surgery at DMH) and Juanita Callaway (home). In bereavement: the families of the late Ira Sonny Boy Robinson, the families of the late Dr. Horace McLeod, Ft. Lauderdale, the families of the late Ronnie Dalton and the families of the late Leonard Trick Florence. Funeral services for the late Dr. Horace McLeod will be held Saturday, June 29,at 11 a.m. in Mt. Olive M. B. Church, Ft. Lauderdale. For transportation, please see Flora Woodfaulk (850) 584-7726.What do you know about the New Testament?The Taylor County Fifth Sunday Union Christian Leadership School will offer classes on July 6 and 13 on Introduction to the New Testament. Led by M. Ervin, the classes follow an introductory class on the Old Testament taught in June. We still have room for more students who are interested in Christian education, said Juanita D. Scott, dean, and Vera Newberry, associate dean. Both also note that certied instructors and teachers are needed. They would be happy to speak with anyone about the opportunities and training which are available.Learn about the New Testament Church serves meals July 2Hungry for pork? Dont want to cook? The Pentecostals of Perry are serving pulled pork sandwiches on Tuesday, July 2, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the church, located at 3379 Highway 221 North. Pork sandwiches will be served with chips, dessert and canned drinks. Orders are $6, and deliveries can be made for ve or more orders. Serving begins at 11 a.m. and continues until 2 p.m. Please call 223-1466 for more information or to arrange a delivery. Community-wide choir clinic planned this Saturday at New Home Baptist The Rev. Terry Williams invites musicians from throughout the community to gather Saturday, June 29, at New Home Baptist Church for a choir clinic that begins at 4 p.m. Williams serves as team strategist with music and worship ministries for the Florida Baptist Convention, having served for 10 years as associate pastor for music and worship at First Baptist in Ocala. The clinic is being presented in cooperation with the Taylor Baptist Association. If you love to worship our Lord through music, plan to join us. It will be a great time for worship, music, fun and fellowship. On Sunday, June 30, the choir will present anthems which were prepared during the clinic. Williams will also present the evening message for worship which begins at 6 p.m. Obituaries Euston Sadler Euston Sadler, 70, of Perry, died Wednesday, June 26, 2013. Mr. Sadler was born Jan. 22, 1943, in Perry to Coote and Audrey (Roberts) Sadler. He was a member of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church in Perry. Survivors include: his wife of 43 years, Mrs. Maryanne Francess Sadler of Perry; three sons, Jeff Sadler, Joey Sadler and Matt Sadler, all of Perry; two daughters, Francess Touchton and husband Jonathan, and Annmarie Grifn and husband Timothy, all of Perry. He is also survived by his sisters, Geraldine Lundy, Becky McClellan, Barbara Smith and Bernice Russell; brothers, Randy Sadler, Caroll Sadler and Harvey Sadler; 13 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; as well as a host of nieces and nephews. Funeral services for Mr. Sadler will be held at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church on Saturday, June 29, at 10 a.m. with Billy Gipson ofciating. Memorial contributions may be made to American Diabetes Foundation. All arrangements are under the care of Joe P. Burns Funeral Home. Tidbits: Deadline to sign up is today! Trinity House of Praise is sponsoring a trip to the Holy Land Experience on July 13. The trip costs $80 per person, and spaces are being reserved on a rst-come, rst-served basis. The $80 fee covers transportation as well as entrance into the park. All money is requested by today, June 28, and no later than Sunday, June 30. For details, please call Charles Reaves at 295-5333 or Annie Jones at 843-3596.

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