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Berry guilty of DUI manslaughter
It took a jury less than three
hours to find Alvin Wayne Berry
guilty of DUI manslaughter in a
case where the victim was pinned
beneath a van and dragged to his
Berry, who was 49 at the time of
crash that killed 52-year-old
Steinhatchee resident Raymond J.
Sellers, has been held in the county
jail for the past 338 days since his
August 2005 arrest.
He will be sentenced at a later
date, following the completion of a
The case went to trial March. 19,
with opening arguments starting
March 22. Attorneys wrapped up
their closing statements by 4 p.m.
on March 23 and the case was
turned over to the jury at 4:35 p.m.
Jurors returned with a verdict at
7:15 p.m., finding Berry guilty not
only of DUI manslaughter, but also
of leaving the scene of an accident
with a death and driving without a
license (during a crash in which
death or serious bodily injury
According to trial notes, Berry
had cocaine and marijuana in his
system at the time of his arrest as
well as alcohol. (Alcohol was the.
charge filed in the arrest
"This was a particularly
horrendous case where he (Berry)
ran over Mr. Sellers and his bicycle
and dragged Mr. Sellers one-half
mile through Steinhatchee. He
finally ran off the road into
-somebody's front yard at which
point the body was dislodged.
Berry continued to drive another
half-mile or so before parking his
van behind a dirt pile at somebody
else's house and got them to give
him a ride to his house and--
ultimately--the hospital," Chief
Assistant State Attorney Dave
Phelps said Thursday.
"Berry had been involved in two
fights--the first in the parking lot at
the Steinhatchee Lounge. He left
and was heading back to the
lounge when he encountered the
same people. At that point, he got
out of his van and attacked the man
with a stick. The man was able to
get the stick away from him and
bested him in the fight,
"Then, after being beaten up,
Berry got back in his van and was
leaving the area of the fight when
he ran off the road and ran right
over Mr. Raymond Sellers, who
was innocently riding his bike
either to or from work, where he
swept up at the Steinhatchee
Lounge," Phelps said. "We
determined that the crash happened
about 7:48 p.m. It was daylight
when he ran over this man."
At the time of the accident,
Berry's blood alcohol level was
more than .20, which is two and
one-half times the limit for DUI.
Phelps noted that his office has
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Alvin Wayne Berry
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Shown above are United Way of the Big Bend President Ken Armstrong, Lance Food Plant Manager Doug Spearman,
United Way Campaign Associate Glenda Hamby and the Rev. Calvin McFadden, African-American Leadership Outreach Chair.
UnitedWayofthe BigBend .
Taylor County ...... $215,821
Gadsden . . . $169,820
Wakulla ...... . .$115,328
Madison ........ . $75,000
Jefferson .......... $47,765
Liberty ............ . $240
United Way of the Big Bend President Ken Armstrong joined Doctors' Memorial
SHospital representative Diana McRory and Campaign Associate'Glenda Hamby.
$215,000 raised 'to help
make dreams come true'
To- the delight of Taylor County
United Way volunteers and the
various teams around the
community, the county's 2006
campaign reached record-breaking
levels, easily exceeding its goal
"This has been one of the best
campaigns we've ever had," United
V'. Campaign Associate Glenda
"The new money will help us
meet the needs we've already
According to Hamby, all of the
money raised in Taylor County
will go to benefit participating
organizations inside the county,
such as Taylor County Senior
Services Center and the Boys and
In 2005, the local campaign
raised more than $190,000, so the
campaign team announced in
October they were setting the 2006
goal at $200,000.
"I am ecstatic we exceeded our
goal by such a wide margin and
look forward to next year's
campaign eclipsing ours," said
Taylor County Campaign Chair
Local representatives joined
with their counterparts from seven
other counties making up the
United Way of the Big Bend
Wednesday to celebrate the area's
own record breaking numbers as
well as to recognize individuals
"The communities of the Big
Bend and her people continue to
amaze and inspire me," 2006
Campaign Chair Susie Busch-
"Thanks to all of you, we are
helping dreams come true each and
every day and a special thanks to
everyone in our communities who
helped us raise so much needed
resources this year to help so many
people across so many human-
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Defense seeks to exclude
blood alcohol test results
TIhe attorne. for a Perry man
charged \udi 1mo counts of DUI
manslaughter has filed a motion to
exclude iesulths of his client's blood
"'IlcohOl tes t
Judge James "Roy" Bean was
originally -lated to hear supporting
In an attempt -to protect
employees and appointed board
members from the recent surge in
ethics complaints, the Taylor
County Commission approved a
new policy Monday night in which
the county will reimburse those
who successfully defend
themselves against such
Commissioner Clay Bethea
requested the commission look
into such a policy in January and
County Attorney Conrad Bishop
subsequently found an application
policy from Pinellas County.
The board approved in a 4-0
vote asking Bishop to adapt the
policy for Taylor County.
The new policy, approved
Monday night, covers present and
former county officers and
employees, including appointees
of the board "who have
successfully defended or prevailed
against charges in civil, criminal
or administrative investigations
that arose out of or in connection
with their performance of county
duties and while serving a public
Anyone who believes he is
entitled to reimbursement must
file a written request for attorney's
fees and costs with the county
attorney. The attorney will then
make a recommendation to the
commissioner whether to approve
the request or not.
The policy also states that "if a
commissioner is given 'erroneous
advice' which results in an ethics
complaint through no fault of the
commissioner, then the board will
consider whether his or her
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testimony during a hearing
Monday, April 9. However, that
.hearing: has been delayed,
according to Chief Assistant State
Anorne Dave Phelps.
Local attorney Greg Parker filed
the motion March 15 on behalf of
his client, Charles E. Hartsfield
Hartsfield sustained only minor
injuries in the May 2006 crash that
killed Gary L. Burkey, 53, of
Mayo, and Donald Ham, 21, of Ft.
White. He was arrested at the
scene and was released from jail
after posting a $200,000 bond.
According to an arrest affidavit
filed by Florida Highway Patrol
Homicide Inv. Donnie Pitts,
Hartsfield was "driving a 2001
Ford truck, traveling west on Hwy.
27, toward Perry...when his vehicle
ran off the roadway onto the north
steering his-vehicle back onto the
road. The truck began rotating
counterclockwise as it re-entered
the road. Hartsfield's vehicle then
slid across the center line and
struck an oncoming small car in
the opposing lane.
"The small car was occupied by
the driver and three occupants.
Both Hartsfield's vehicle and the
small car traveled into the ditch,
where they came to rest," Pitts
When emergency personnel
arrived on the scene, Hartsfield's
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Still looking for that perfect recipe?
Editor's Note: With Easter weekend upon us, we take time to look back at some Newest of dessert trends combine the flavors of fresh oranges and semi-
favorite recipes from years past. The following recipes were published in the Taylor sweet chocolate. A delightful way to enjoy this flavor hapnony is in a
County News through March and April 1951. Perhaps one will be just what you home-made orange cake that can be iced with a delicious chocolate.
need to complete your Easter dinner. frosting made with semi-sweet chocolate morsels, or the cake can be
topped with ice cream and sauce with chocolate. Also included is a simple
Chocolate Duet recipe that makes either frosting or sauce, depending o'i
the amount of milk added.
JR Orange Cake
Orange cake with chocolate sauce
Seasoning can make meatless Lenten meals as fascinating as any you've
ever concocted. Give a thought-to those fine protein foods, fish and eggs,
both plentiful and budget-priced this time of year.
Deviled fish and eggi dishes are among the most practical items. Three
basic items on most condiment shelves--salt, dry mustard and tangy
Tabasco--do the trick to give deviled dishes a delicious aroma and flavor
that will make them prime favorites with your family.
1 7-ounce can tiuna fish. OR 1 1/2 teaspoon salt
cup flaked fish I cup milk
2 teaspoons lemon juice 2 hard-cooked eggs, chopped
2 tablespoons butter or 1/4 teaspoon Tabasco
margarine I cup soft bread crumbs
2 tablespoons flour 2 tablespoons butter or
1/2 teaspoon dry mustard margarine, melted
If tuna is-used; drain oil and use in place of butter or margarine; flake
fish. Add lemon juice to fish. Melt butter, add flour. mustard and salt: stir
into smooth paste. Add milk and cook. stirring constantly, until mixture
thickens and comes to a boil Add eggs and Tabasco. Turn into indi tidual,
or one large casserole: sprinkle %k ith bread crumbs %% which have been tossed
lightly in melted butter. Bake in moderate o\ en 1375: Fi 20 to 25 minutes.
YIELD: 4 servings.
-Deviled Egg Casserole -.-
Make the following substitutions in the recipe for Deviled Seafood:
Omit seafood and lemon juice. Increase butter and flour to 4 tablespoons
ealh, milk to 2 cups, and hard-cooked eggs to 6, sliced instead of chopped.
The other ingredients and procedure remain the same as, give above.
S April 6, 1972
TWO LOCAL MEN CHALLENGE
S THE WILDERNESS
Harold Whitman and Nathan
M|)sley .pledged to test their
endurance and survive for a month
in the wilderness of Taylor County
with only minimal equipment.
The two local men intended to
enter in' the vicinity of Higdon's
Cove with no fishing or hunting
equipment, but yowed to live off
the land like their ancestors had-:-'
catching fish,, "nd eating fruits,
nuts and roots..! They did announce
their intentiqiis to takl.,ilittle salt,
a little tobacco,, and an -axe, as well
as quilts for sleeping purposes.
LET THERE BE LIGHT!!
Dreams came true for. Little
League athletes wanting to play in
the lights .when Tom Reams and
Olin Davis pulled the switches'on
the new Little League Ballpark
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Perr April 6-7, 2007
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3 cups sifted cake flour
3 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup shortening
1 cup sugar
1/2 cVp orange marmalade
2 tablespoons grated orange rind
1 cup orange juice
Sift flour with baking power and .salt. Cream shortening, add. sugar
gradually, blending together until light and fluffy. Add eggs one.at a time,
beating well after each addition. Stir in marmalade and prangerind. Add
flour alternately with orange juice, mixing well, ending with flour, Tux'n
batter into well greased pan (10"x15"x3/4"). Bake in a moderate oven
(350'F) 30 minutes. Cut cake into squares, top with slice of ice.cream and
serve with chocolate sauce, or frost cake with chocolate frosting. ,,If
desired, top with whole or chopped nuts, YIELD: 24 squares.
(Frosting or Sauce)"
1 package semi-sweet chocolate 3 to 4 tablespoons hot mi Ik, for
2 tablespoons butter or frosting .
margarine 1/2 cup hot milk, fo.S._sce
1 cup sifted confectioners' sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla f
In the top of double boiler, put semi-w et chocolate and buner.
until melted and mix until smooth. Remove from heat. For frosting, add
milk and sugar ,alternately, adding enough milk to make a spreaalable
consistency. Stir in vanilla. For sauce, increase milk to 1/2 cup YIELD:
Frosting for top of 10x15 inch cake, or 1 1/2 cups chocolate sauce.
HERE COMES THE JUDGE
Judge Ben Lindsey announced
his intentions to seek re-election to
his post as county judge.
declared forthcoming weddings
Charlene Nora Bunting of Perry
and Wayne Dickson Paulk of
Atlanta, Ga., in the First United
Methodist Church of Perry with a,
reception to follow at the home of
,Mr. and Mrs. Robbins Woodell;
Jennie Young and Terry Vann
who looked toward a July
And Christi Spradley and Von
Brown who would be married in
Southside Baptist Church on May
Mr. and Mrs. Randy C. Palmer
announced the birth of their
daughter, Shawnda Marie, on
March 27 at Doctors' Memorial
Hospital (DMH). She weighed 8
pounds, 7.5 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Junnis E. Hugger
welcomed a new family member,
Junnis Jr., on March 28, also at
DMH. The new arrival weighed 6
pounds, 11.5 ounces.
'Mr. and Mrs. John David
Darsey, of Jacksonville, formerly
of Perry, welcomed a son, George
Grandy, on March 7.
The Taylor County High School
Bulldogs were hosting the Fifth
Annual Perry Jaycee Relays with
field and running events. Coach
Glynn Watts said he expected
several Perry records to be set, as he
looked for Scott Nobles to fare well
in the broad jump and Andy Tate in
the vault. Last year, the TCHS team
placed third with Mike Knowles of
'Perry named as Outstanding Field
Charles Stephens was pictured
with his daughter and a 5'2"
rattlesnake which he killed pear
their home off Sap Pedro -Roa..
Daughter. Michelle. and .friends
found the snake, which. had
nine rattles, while 'they were.
4-H BOY, GIRL NAMED
Dottie 'Henry and Audie Carter
were name 4-H Boy and Girl of the
STOP THE. PRESSES!
.A late report, 'wa sqd.tiched,
.between'front page jumps in this
edition of the News-Herald, and
. labeled, "Late Sports News."
It declared: Coach Lawrence
Holt's Bulldog baseball team came
from behind Tuesday to beat the
Madison Cougars 11-2. Madison
took an early 2-0 lead in the first
inning which was not broken until
the third frame, but from then on, it
was Perry all the 'way. Glenn
Ratliff hit a. home run in the
seventh with one man, on, to
account for two of the Bulldog
Other leading hitters were
Hardee Ratliff with three, and Dick
Jarvis with three, including a
double and a triple. Tommy Joiner
started for the local team and
,pitched .six innings for the, win.
Griff Hendry relieved, him in the
LOTT FARES WELL AT UF
A Perry student, Leslie Jean
Lott, was among 803 University of
Florida students who made the
President's Honor Roll.
Asparagus was 49 cents a pound
at the A&P where Jane Parker
apple pies were 43 cents, and fryer
quarters were 39 cents a pound. A
half a gallon of Clorox would set
you back 29 cents.
I will always remember the Easter season as a time
of pastel confection. Unlike the fashion of today that
seems to sport vivid reds and blacks for Easter
Sunday attire, my recollection of my childhood
dresses is dreamy soft shades of yellow, lavender,
pink, green and blue. To add to the color specturm,
Daddy, always went to the feed store to buy us tiny
baby chicks that had been dipped in colored water to
turn their feathers into matching colors of our
Most of the time our outfits were the result of long
hours spent at the sewing machine by Mama, who
was an accomplished seamstress. Not until I was
older and decided to dabble in sewing did I realize the
time involved in the finished product, though it never
seemed to stressher The first step was to choose the
style of outfit we wanted. To determine this we went
to the Sears and Roebuck catalog. Turning page after
page we drooled over the frilly dresses adorning the
catalog pages until finally.....we found the perfect
With the decision made, Mama laid the open catalog
with our choice of dress on the floor, then by sheer
genius, she cut a pattern from a brown-paper bag.
She held the pattern piece up to our bodies, made
adjustments if needed, until she was sure the pattern
was in the correct size. Then ever so gently she
pinned' the pieces together creating a paper outfit that
slipped dver our heads. She had her hands full trying
to keep me still, which resulted in lots of sticks from
the straight pins.
Eventually Mama was satisfied with the fit and she
estimated- the amount of fabric needed. To
aqc9mplish this, she laid the tape, measure this way
anrd that way on the homemade pattern, mumbling'to
herself, until finally she said, "need about three yards
for you and two for your sister Leta."
With that decided, Mama loaded us up for the trip
to the store totbuy fabric. The Emporium is the store
I remember the most. They had tables loaded with
fabrics of every description and color. There was
dotted swiss, organdy, taffeta and many others that I
don't have a name for. Running my fingers over the
selection of fabric was incredible. As she stood close
by Leta and me, Mama could tell by our expressions
when we had found the fabric we wanted. For some
unknown reason I tended to choose blues and greens
while Leta always chose yellow or pink.
With the fabric in hand, trim was selected to adorn
the dresses: buttons and lace that could be inset with
matching ribbon. Then it was off to find socks, gloves,
a hat and matching pocketbook. Daddy said only the
best was good enough for his girls.
We generally-made a stop by The Fair Store for our
white patent leather shoes before the trip home. With
all the material assembled and with us girls at her
feet Mama: began her creative artistry. The finished
results were unbelievable as we compared our outfits
to the picture of the same in the catalog. She said no
one could tell the difference unless they looked for a
label and we knew that wasn't likely to happen.
Easter Sunday was a red-letter day as the Leggett
family walked the distance from our house on Center
Street to church, It was truly a fashion parade as
Mama and us girls strolled toward God' house. Along
the way it was not uncommon to be joined by other
church attendees, all dressed in Easter finery, new
shoes clicking on the pavement. Upon arrival, our
baskets filled with hard-boiled colored eggs, were set
aside until. after morning service where we were
taught the reason for the season, Jesus' resurrection.
With church over, everyone gathered across the
street for an old-fashioned egg hunt. The egg hunt
was a time of joy and good-natured competition, as
kids scattered over the ground in search of the "prize
egg." I can still smell the spicy scent of the red weeds
that grew in abundance there, as they were stomped
down by happy children on the hunt. I don't
remember ever finding the prize egg but, I can
remember loading my basket with colored eggs until
they threatened to spill over the side. With baskets
full, we took them to the adults to be counted,
stopping along the way to crack some on the heads of
other children. Occasionally, we cracked an egg that
wasn't boiled on someone's head, that was never a
good thing to do since it resulted in you trying to
outrun the egg-spattered person. Usually all the eggs
were never recovered until days later when a distinct
odor alerted someone to the spot. (Remember this
was before plastic eggs).
At home, late into the afternoon you could hear the
sound of happy childish voices as we hid the
remaining eggs over and over before Easter Sunday
was concluded. But, the day remained in our minds
like a rainbow image never to be forgotten, as we
imagined ourselves dancing among the colored eggs
in our beautiful Easter outfits, clutching our little
colored chicks softly in our arms.
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Stemming from failed land deal
Alford attorney disbarred
The attorney for jailed land
speculator Stephen Alford was
disbarred last week from the
The Florida Supreme Court
disbarred David Fleet at a hearing
March 29. His law license was
suspended last April.
Fleet was convicted in October
2005 on 13 counts of wire fraud
and seven counts of money
laundering. He was also found
guilty of conspiracy to commit
money laundering and of lying to
The conviction stems from a
failed land deal Fleet negotiated
Had the deal been successful,
Alford would have obtained
545,000 acres of timberland in and
around Taylor County. He planned
to trade a portion of that land to
Eglin Air .Force Base for several
waterfront parcels on Okaloosa
In 2004, Alford reached
agreements to sell two of the more
valuable Air Force parcels on
the island to two separate
investors who each lost millions
of dollars when the deal fell
Fleet is the son of former Taylor
County resident Erwin Fleet, a
retired Okaloosa County circuit
He is also the grandson of
Nathan Fleet, the former owner of
Fleet's's Department Store in
The store operated from the late
1930s until early in the 1950s
when the eldest Fleet moved his
family to Fort Walton and opened a
David Fleet is currently serving
a three-year sentence at the Federal
Correctional Institute in Oakdale,
La., for his involvement in
Several local companies and organizations were recognized by United Way of the Big Bend
Wednesday during a luncheon held in Tallahassee to celebrate a record-breaking campaign
total. Dan Simmons (left) with Buckeye Florida was on hand to receive the "Excellence Award"
to mark the company's campaign raising more than $50,000. Taylor County Campaign Chair
Daryll Gunter (center) was nominated' for the Neighboring Counties Most Outstanding
Campaign Volunteer. The Taylor -County Campaign raised more than $215,000: Lance Foods,
represented by Plant Manager Doug Spearman (right), received the Neighboring Counties
Most Outstanding New Campaign as well as a Gold Award for raising'more than $5,000.
Lance Foods recognized as
outstanding new campaign
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service needs. It was an honor and
privilege to work with you and to
lead our fund-raising efforts this
She then unveiled the total
money raised by the campaign,
including the sold-out Jimmy
Buffet benefit concert held in
Tallahassee in February--
$7,798,830--which drew applause
from the more than one hundred in
"That is a, lot of dreams, aloi of,
_ hard work," Busch-Transou said.
"So many dreams will be
realized because of your work."
Throughout the ceremony, a
number of people who benefit
from the organizations supported
by United Way spoke, but the
one who stole the show was
13-year-old Frederick Stern of
A member of the Boys and Girls
Club of the Big Bend, he thanked
the crowd for their support and the
chance to join the club.
Holding up his membership, he
proudly said he was only one of
some 4,000 children in the club.
"That's 4,000 kids that have this
card in their hand instead of a gun,
a needle or a knife," he said,
drawing a standing ovation.
Taylor County fared well when
it was time to announce the awards
for the afternoon.
Gunter was nominated for the
Neighboring Counties Outstanding
Campaign Volunteer, for those
outside Leon County.
Lance Foods, whose campaign
raised more than $8,500, was
awarded for the Neighboring
Counties Outstanding New
,Campaign,. Th_ 'company, had
75 percent employee participation
in its campaign and also received a
Gold Award for its total fund-
"I'm proud of our plant. I'm
proud of our people," Plant
Manager Doug Spearman said.
"I'm glad our employees think this
is important because I feel United
Way is very important to our
community. Hopefully we'll do
even better next year."
Also recognized was Doctors'
Memorial Hospital (DMH) for the
Neighboring Counties' Most
Improved Campaign award, more
than doubling its employee
participation over last year.
"The coordination and hard
work that was put into this was all
worth it," Interim CEO Terri
Parsons said. "It was a complete
team effort by the entire staff."
I Buckeye Florida was one of 16
companies or organizations given
the Excellence Award for raising
$50,000 or more. The company's
2006 campaign finished with
DMH, Fru-Con and the Taylor
County School Board received the
President's Award for raising
;between $10,000 and $24,999.
Several local groups and
businesses were also awarded
Silver and Bronze awards for
contributions, including buckeye
Community Federal Credit
Union, Taylor County employees
and Taylor County Senior
In addition to Gunter, the 2006
Taylor County Campaign Team
included Scott Barton, George E.
Clayton, June Evans, Kevin L.
Kidd, Kristie L. Lutz, Randy
Newman, Pamela D. Rigoni-
Parker, Shirley Scott, Dan
Simmons, Dawn V. Taylor and
Ethics complaints against
volunteer boards detailed
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attorneys fees should be
considered to be paid."
"There's a group of people that
didn't like certain decisions,"
Bethea said in January when he
proposed adopting the policy.
"People take their time, they'
volunteer, they serve," Bethea said.
"As long as they are following
what they know and have been told
and they still make mistakes, we
should indemnify them.
"What I'm asking for is that we
write an ordinance because we're
going to have a lot more of these
things," Bethea said.
"The county is changing and
we're not talking about paving a
quarter mile of road here, we're
talking about 8,000 acres out here.
Whenever something's not done
and people get upset, they
utilize whatever means, whatever
they feel is necessary," he
"I am very concerned about
getting the people to serve on these
boards, and I think people are
looking at that thing.
"I wouldn't volunteer my time
right now to serve on some of these
boards," Bethea said.
The recent spate of complaints
began in October when two ethics
complaints filed were against
Bethea and then Commissioner
Daryll Gunter by -William Rick
Causey, who now serves Taylor
Soil and Water Conservation
District Board of Supervisors.
Causey took office on Jan. 2.
The charges, which stemmed
from a forum held by the
developers of the Magnolia Bay
Marina project in September, were
later dismissed by the Florida
Commission on Ethics citing a
lack of "legal sufficiency."
Two other complaints filed by
Causey against Perry/Taylor
County Executive Director Dawn
Taylor and Taylor County
Development Authority Director
Rick Breer were dismissed as
In December, another complaint
was filed against Clay Bethea;
which was filed by Taylor County
resident Diane Whitfield, who also
joined the soil and water board in
January, alleging the state's
nepotism statute was violated
when Bryan Bethea, Clay Bethea's
first cousin, was appointed by the
commission to the planning board
in January 2005.
Around the same time, two other
complaints were filed against
planning board members Bryan
Bethea and Kevin Guenthner--both
of whom have since resigned--by
Taylor County residents Rebecca
Edwards and Carole Taitt
respectively, stemming from the
.planning board's vote on a pair of
comprehensive plan amendments
for the Taylor Energy Center's
(TEC) proposed 800-megawatt,
coal-fired power plant.
Approximately 1,300 acres of
the proposed site is currently
owned by Buckeye, which
employs both board members. The
complaints allege that the two had
a conflict of interest when they
voted on the amendments.
The complaints are still ongoing
against Clay Bethea, Bryan Bethea
and Guenthner, who all maintain
Blood alcohol level 'more
than double the legal limit'
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filed notice asking that Berry be
sentenced under the habitual
"Which can double the
maximum penalty of an offense. In
this case, the maximum penalty for
DUI manslaughter is 15 years, so
he could face a 30-year sentence."
He continued, "Mr. Sellers was
apparently a well-known and well-
liked individual in the
A follow-up traffic homicide
report from the FHP noted that
Sellers' clothes were torn and he
sustained "extensive injuries" to
his backside, indicating that he
had been "lodged" underneath the
van and dragged for several
Berry's criminal history extends
back to his first incarceration in
1975 on grand theft charges.
His driver's license was revoked
under the habitual offender law
and his last stint in prison ended in
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A-4 Perry News-Herald April 6-7, 2007
Parker, Bratcher to say
vows in April ceremony
David and Cathy Parker Of Perry announce the. engagement and
forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Shana, to Darren Bratcher. He is
the son of Phil and Marsha Bratcher of Steinhatchee, and Larinda and Jim
Dirst of Nahunta, Ga.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Louis and Ruthie Mae Parker of
Perry, and the late J.B. and Bonnie Reed of Waco, Texas. She is employed
by Fringe Benefits Company in Tallahassee.
The groom-elect is the grandson of the Rev. Dave and Mildred Medeiros
of Waycross, Ga., Thomas J. Bratcher of Perry and the late Elsie Padgett.
He is employed with Fru-Con Construction Corporation in Albany, Ga.
Their wedding will be held at New Home Baptist Church on Saturday,
April. 28, 2007, at 5 p.m. with a reception following at the Perry Elks Club.
All friends and family are cordially invited to attend.
July wedding planned
.Robert and Vickie Adams announce the engagement of their
daughter; Mindy, of Perry, to Chris Stiles, the son of Roger
and Denise Stiles of Perry. The couple plans a July-28,
2007, wedding at 3 p.m. in the Perry First Church of God
located on Highway 221 North. Formal invitations will be
issued, but all friends and relatives of the couple are invited
Red Hats bake for Relay
The Roseheads have been in the kitchen!
Members of Perry's original chapter of the The Red Hat Society spent
Thursday baking cakes for delivery today. This was part of their fund-
raising efforts for Relay For Life.
Members are also selling chances on a drawing for gas, jewelry or
groceries. For details, please call 584-2890.
Darren Bratcher, Shana Parker
Audrey Gail James
, Jodie Williams and Chris
Corbin remind friends and
relatives of their .wedding
saturday, April 7, at 5 p.m. in the
First Baptist Church of
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Owning your own
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When we.first bought our motor
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received a gift from Inga and Ron
from Udora, Ontario, Canada.
Udora is a small community
behind Orillia, Ontario, Canada
which is home to Dr. Norman
Bethune and Gordon Lightfoot, the
poet and singer. Inga and Karin
worked together for years in the
early 60's for a credit company
The gift was a DVD of an old
movie, called,. ,"The Long, Long
Trailer" starring Lucille Ball. The
story revolves around Lucy and
Desi Arnaz traveling around the
United States pulling a 40-foot
It was then a "must" to go see
the' Lucy/Desi museum in
Jamestown, NY. That day, the
snow .was coming down like it
usually, does i., Northern Ontario.
The good people of Jamestown are
not used to this tvoe of weather.
Lucille Ball owned hot only the
airwaves in the 50's but also owned
most of the studios. This was a task
unheard of--for a woman to be so
comical yet so shrewd in the
For those of you fortunate
enough to remember, "I Love
Lucy," and "The Lucy Show ," the
laughs are re- created on t-shirts,
lunch pails, afghans and key
chains. Do you remember the
scene where Lucy and her friend
are working on the assembly line
of a chocolate factory and the line
accelerates to the point where they
eat the chocolate rather than let it
fall to the ground?
Or what about the job Lucy gets
on the local TV station to promote
"vitameatavegamin," the vitamin
that tastes awful. These situations
and more are also remembered on
pins, posters and pillows at the
museum. Nearby the Desilu
Audrey Gall James We were the only vehicle on the studios are re-created. Overall, it's
Michael and Megan James of Perry announce the birth of their daughter, road and the four-lane highway a wonderful place to spend an
Audrey Gail, on Feb. 8, 2007, at 2:30 p.m. in Capital Regional Medical only had a rutted path. afternoon.
Center in Tallahassee.
The new arrival weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces, and was 19.25 inches R fund ra $1
long. Relay .fun-raiser yields $150
Maternal grandparents are the late Wesley and Gail Wisenbaker. The
baby's maternal great grandparents are, the late Paul ,and Eva,Coffee of. So how much money can you raise at a yard sale?
Maodiso de hteToatweeuba Wis.nbakeE of ValdoctaGa ....astweekep, the t.Jams Episcopal Church team raised $1550 at a
Paternal grandparents are Michael and Julie James of Perry. yard saleeld on Saturday, with funds' earmkd for this yeas Relay For
The new arrival's paternal great grandparents are Mary1 Winnie Life. According to Rachel Spanjer, the next fund-raiser for the team is a
Grantham, the late Larry Grantham, Edward James and the late Bertha L. spaghetti supper at the church on Friday, April 13, with tickets available at
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Is it summer
The summer season of the big blockbusters does not
begin until May with such highlights as "Spiderman 3"
and "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End." It
appears that the movie studios are trying to unload all of
their dead weight here in April in preparation.
There may be some wheat among the chaff in April as
well however, but you must look hard, rather like the
stock market lately. So, consider me your broker this
Leading up to Easter weekend, the movie studios have
spread out this week's releases beginning Wednesday
with "Are We Done Yet?" in which Ice Cube reprises
his role from the family-friendly comedy "Are We There
Yet?" This time around he moves the family away from'
the city into a "fixer-upper" home, retreading the story
of more movies than I can count "Are We Done Yet" is
rated PG for some innuendoes and brief language. .
Analysis: Low risk--The first film did pretty good at
the box office (hence the sequel), and this one should
have enough laughs for children and parents .alike
looking for an afternoon together.
Another Wednesday opener was "Firehouse Dog,"
which follows Rexxx, a big canine star in Hollywood,
who gets lost and is adopted by a small firehouse. The
movie is rated PQ for sequences of action peril, some
mild 'crude humor and language. .
Analysis: High risk for parents--Gauging by the,
trailer, although children usually enjoy animal movies,
'the adults in the audience may do well to bring a book,
"The Reaping" opened Thursday, following skeptic
Katherine Morrissey (Hillary Swank) to a small town in
Texas that appears to be experiencing the 10 Biblical
plagues. The movie is ratqd R for violence, disturbing
images and some sexuality.
Analysis: High risk--There's a potential upside .if the
movie pulls off being a religious thriller like. "The
Order" (which isn't a great standard for which to strive).
For what it's worth, the trailers showed some impressive
special effects, ,..
Finishing this weekend's release is the double-fature,
"Grindhouse." This spectacle of violence, depravity
and purposeful B-rated movie is from directors Quentin
Tarantino ("Kill Bill," "Pulp Fiction") and Robert
Rodriguez ("Desperado," "Sin City"), with "Planet
Terror" and "Death Proof." The movies are rated R,
Analysis: High risk... for turning your'stomach. I'm
:pretty sure the trailer and TV spots were met with one of
-two expressions, "Ewww!" or "Cool!" If you said
:"Ewww!" stay away... far away.
Next week begins with "Perfect Stranggr," a thriller
that stars Halle Berry as a woman stalking the man:she.
,suspects of being her best friend's killer, played by
:Bruce Willis. The movie is rated R for sexual content, .
:-nudity, some disturbing violent images and lanag~ge,
Analysis: Low risk--If you're going to a movie like.
this, you should know what to expect, so hopefully you
-won't be disappointed.
Also opening next week is "Disturbia," a teenage
:version of "Rear Window" in which a kid under house
arrest spies on his neighbors and discovers, the man
:across the street could be a serial killer. "'Disturbia" is..
-rated PG-13 for sequences of terror and violence, and
: Analysis: Medium risk--they've made teenage
.versions of Shakespeare, so why not Hitchcock? It
-knows its target market and should deliver what they
:want. With its rating, the movie should appeal to teens
who haven't already sneaked into "Grindhouse."
:, In "Pathfinder," a Viking child left behind in North
iAmerica is adopted into a Native American tribe. Years
later, he. must fight to protect his new family when the
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Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra
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Saturday, May 12
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Analysis: High risk--This looks like it could be a great
film ala "300," but everything I've read about it tells me
differently. The trailer looks cool, but then, so did the
trailer for "Mission to Mars.!'
There's not much to say Atbout "Aqua Teen Hunger
'Force Colon Movie Film f*ir Theaters." You've either
seen the late-night cartoon it's based on, or you haven't.
The movie is rated R for crude and sexual humor, violent
images and language.
Analysis: Homeland security risk--An advertising
campaign for the cartoon recently became a terror alert
scare in Boston, Mass. If yod haven't read about it, look
it up for some laughs.
Opening April 20 is "Vaca acy," a horror film about a
stranded-couple who becomrn trapped in a motel. The
movie is rated R for brupal;'violence and terror, brief
nudity and language. .. ;
Analysis: there a risk r t somebody pares? The
only distinguishing quality for this one is the cast, which
includes Kate Beckinsale and Luke Wilson as the leads.
Up next is "Fracture" in which an assistant district
attorney (Ryan Gosling) min tches wits with the, man
(Anthony Hopkins) who tted to till his wife and
managed to avoid jail. "Fract ire" is not yet rated.
Analysis: Low risk--Alt iough this sounds like
familiar territory, it worked pretty well last time.
Besides, it's always fun to see, Hopkins as a villain.
Finishing the weekend is "Iot Fuzz," an adult-
oriented copnedy about a London cop who is transferred
to a small town and finds a hotbed of criminal activity.
The movie is rated R for violent content including some
graphic images and language.
Analysis: British comedy risk--The movie is from the
same guys who brought.us "Shaun of the Dead," which
is still high on my list of movies I want to see.
The final weekend in Aptri is a. busy one, beginning
with "The Invisible," about A teen who is attacked and
left for dead,.only to find hin self in some sort of limbo.
If he wants to survive, he mist solve his own murder..
'Th'e movie is rated PG-13 ?or 'violence,' riminihalityY/
sensuality and language all involving teens.
Analysis: Medium risk--Thirs wouldn't even be on my
radar if it wasn't directed by Diavid S. Goyer (who wrote
some great issues for the "Justice Society of America"
comics) and. written by Jonathan Nolan ("Batman
In "Next," Nicolas Cage plays a man with the ability-
to see the future who is sought by the government to
help prevent a terrorist attack .The movie is rated PG-13
for intense sequences of violentt action, and some
Analysis: Special effects risk--What can I say, I'm a
sucker for any movie with Nifolas Cage. Add in a sci-fi
angle and the fact that the mOvie is based on a story by
Philip K. pick, double bonpi. time. The problem? The
trailer showed some terrible speciall effects. The movie
is rate R for some violence and disturbing images.
In "Windchill," two ppople who find themselves
stranded on a deserted stretch of highway are attacked
Analysis; 'Deja vy risk--I fepl like I'm writing the same
description over and over. !
Last and possibly least for April is "The
Condemned," starring. Stony .Cold Steve Austin as a
man on death row sold to a T. producer for a 10-person,
fight-to-the-death battle. Tline movie is rated R for
pervasive strong brutal viole(ice, and for language.
Analysis: Stunner risk--If Ithis movie looks interesting
to you, do me a favor. Go online, look up a Japanese film
called "Battle Royale" and biy a copy of it. You'll thank
Don't worry. May is almost here. Almost...
TallahaPsee Broadway Series
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
Tallahassee Little Theatre
"The Full Monty"
Jpril3-15 & 18-22
F$U School of Theatre
"The Philadelphia Story"
The Fallon Theatre
SMay 24 -JJune 3
Tallahassee Little Theatre
Ken Ludwig's "Lend' Me a Tenor"
The Tallahassee Ballet
, . "Alice in Wonderland"
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
"Coining up to Breathe Tour"
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Tallahasee/Leon County Civic Center
Nanee Festival 2007
. Headlinrrs include: Allman Brothers
Band and Derek Trucks Band
Spirit cof the Suwannee Music Park
Piewoods Bird Festival
Field trips, tours, workshops,
demonstrations and more.
Pebble Hill Plantation,
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Paralounge Drum Gathering
Promoting multicultural interaction
with rhythmic expression. Includes
workstnops, performances and
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Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park
"Hairspray" will play April 9-1'1 at the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center. Tickets are.
priced at $57.00, $52.00 and $37.00 and are on sale now at the Civic Center Box Office, all-
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Watch your 'do' when
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It's time to let your hair down
and dance the night away!
musical comedy phenomenon, is
coming to the Tallahassee-Leon
County Civic Center on April 9, 11.
After its acclaimed world
premiere at Seattle's 5th Avenue
Theatre in June 2002, the
fantastically fun musical opened
on Broadway in August 2002 to
rave reviews, winning eight 2003
Tony Awards, including Best
And now, the people of the Big
Bend will be "swept away to 1960s
Baltimore ,ip this mega-hit, piled
bouffant-high with laughter and
romance--and enough deliriously
tuneful songs to fill a nonstop
In "Hairspray" it's 1962--the '50s
are out and change is in the air.
Baltimore's Tracy Turnblad, a big
girl with big hair and an even
bigger heart, has only one passion
She wins a spot on the local TV
dance program, "The Corny
Collins Show," and, overnight, is
transformed from outsider to
irrepressible teen celebrity. But can
a plus-size trendsetter in dance and .
fashion vanquish the program's
reigning princess, win the heart of
heartthrob Link Larkin and
integrate a television show without
'denting her 'do?
Only in "Hairspray." Welcome to
"Hairspray" is based on the New
Line Cinema film written and,
directed by John Waters, who
served .s a creative consultant on
the musical comedy. It features a
book by Mark O'Donnell and
Thomas Meehan. "Hairspray"
features an original score by
Academy Award-nominated Marc
.Shaiman (who co-wrote the music
and lyrics 'for the acclaimed
animated musical, "South Park:
Bigger, Longer & Uncut") and
lyrics by Shaiman and Scott
This production of "Hairspray"
is based on Jack O'Brien's .original
direction and Jerry Mitchell's
original choreography, recreated
by Matt Lenz, and Danny James
Austin, respectively. Scenic design
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"Hairspray" will play April 9-11
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A-6 Perry News-Herald April 6-7, 2007
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S7 Fr od
By PAT MCGRIFF
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The Spanish Mackerel are all
over the flats...more than I can
recall in years past.
I hope that is a good sign;
meaning the bait schools to the
south of us are in better shape
than last year...however this past
Friday I saw the first bait schools
.of the year. I saw some
magnificent schools of ballyhoo.
That should improve the plug bite
as big pre-spawn sow trout gorge
on balyhoo to produce eggs for the
actual spawning in April, May and
Cobia arc just beginning to
show like the 35-40 pound female
with three smaller males which we
saw Sunday chasing our plugs
back to the boat.
I have my 40-pound outfits on
the boat now, so I doubt I will see
another cobia this week?
Most boats had a hard time
catching trout and very few had
limits of trout over the weekend as
too-clear water continues to plague
us here in Keaton Beach. We need
some rain mixed with some w-i-n-
d. Live shrimp, live pinfish and
Assassin Slurp are all taking good.
trout under Cajun Thunders. My
charter Friday had a 23 inch trout
which took a live pinfish despite
having 11 inches of a 14 inch
trout still in her belly!
Audley Catalano had three on
board Sunday and took 20 trout
and two reds using Assassin Slup
under a Cajun in less than 2 foot
I took Ray Stickler of Ocala out
Monday and we managed 7 trout
two reds and three Spanish
Mackerel. We caught our trout on
live pinfish under Cajuns in 5.5
feet of water and our reds on
Here's a' report from David
Peng, Calvin, and I picked up 8
trout on Friday and a Spanish
using soft plastics, Catch 2000's
and some pin fish. We had our
best bite late in the day in 3.5-4
feet of water around low tide.
On Saturday we picked up a
limit of trout and 3 Spanish with
a couple of short blues thrown in.
All of the Spanish were picked up
on pin fish, the trout on a mixture
of the soft plastics and the Catch
We fished from 2-6.5 feet that
day, with our strongest bite again
at low tide in 3.5-4 feet of water.
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Live Oak shuts out 'Dogs
The Taylor County High
baseball team was' shutout
Tuesday in Live Oak as Suwannee
High out-hit the Bulldogs 12-1 on
the way to a 10-0 win.
Senior Josiah Anderson started
the game giving up 8 runs (six
earned) on six hits. He struck out
two and walked three.
Sophomore Nick Allbritton
'came on in the second giving up
two runs on six hits while
striking out 3 and walking 2.
Gerald Walker got the lone hit
for the 'Dogs, a bunt single in the
Taylor County (5-15, 2-2) was
slated to take on ,district foe
Florida High in Tallahassee
Thursday. The Bulldogs' final
district game will be Tuesday
when they host Madison at 6 p.m.
Taylor County will host this
year's district tournament
beginning April 24. The title
game is slated for April 26.
Free fishing this weekend
Now's the time .to gas up the.
truck, load up the kids, break out
your fishing gear and go fishing!
April 7-8 you won't even need a
license to fish in fresh water here
in Florida the number-one
destination for anglers from all
over the world.
S Bass, bream and crappie they
are all biting this time of year in
the "Fishing Capital of the
The Florida Legislature and the
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) set aside one
weekend per year for residents and
visitors to enjoy freshwater
fishing without' having to worry
about buying a fishing license.
All other fishing rules still apply.
Bob Wattendorf, an FWC
fisheries biologist who helps
promote the annual event, said
Free Freshwater Fishing Weekend
is an opportunity for parents to
open a whole new world of
adventure with their children.
"When you see a child catch his
first fish, and you hear the squeals
and screams and watch the
breathless excitement," Wattendorf
said, "you're seeing a magical
moment the child will remember
forever and so Will you.
Someday, the child may pass that
moment on to yet another
generation and carry on the
centuries-old tradition of fishing in
Free Freshwater liishing
Weekend isn't just for kids,
though. It offers a convenient
opportunity for adults who haven't
caught a fish in a while to get
April 4, 2007
We love you,
Momma & Daddy
reacquainted with angling. Spring
is a great time to get out there
while the weather is beautiful and
nature is at its best.
"It doesn't take much of an
investment to go fishing here,"
Wattendorf said. "A can of worms,
a cane pole and a few hours of
leisure tirpe are all you need to get
started. There is no palace in
Florida more than a few minutes'
drive from some kind of fishing
Besides all that...you get to eat
fresh fish when you go fishing,
and every angler knows the fresher
the fish, the more delicious it is
on a plate beside some cheese
grits, cole slaw, hushpuppies and
maybe some pork and beans or a
little potato salad. Or; if you
aren't into cleaning and -cooking
your catch, you can always release
it for another day and enjoy the
sight of it swimming away.
Free Fishing Weekend applies
to freshwater fishing only.
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for instant use at county tax
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Churches gather for Good Fr
Good Friday observed at St. Jamn es
Good Friday will be observed with a 12 noon worship service. today at
St. James Episcopal Church; the community is invited, ;
On Easter Sunday, services with special music begin at 10,a.m.
Father Vernon Douglas will be the celebrant.
Christ's Seven Last Words presented tonight
Triumph the Church and Kingdom of God in Christ will present;
"Christ's Seven Last Words From the Cross," on Good Friday, April 6, at
7:30 p.m. The community is invited to "come out and be blessed."'
Worship tonight at Catholic Chiurcl
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church will obsene Good Friday
today with a 7 p.m. liturgical service. Other services include:, Holy
Saturday, April 7, an 8 p.m. Easter Vigil Mass; and Easter Sunday, April 8,
with masses at 8 and 10:30 a.m. For more information on any of these
services, please call the rectory office at 584-3169.
Mary Nell Roberts her husband, Ellis C. B." C.-
Mary Nell Roberts, 72, died Baker.
March 30, 2007. Suvivors include:.-,,, daughter,
Born August 14, 1934, in Boyd, Vickie Brown of Perry;a brother,
to James Jackson Blue Sr. and the Bucky Remmers .of Ai dapolis,
former Carrie Lee Johnson, she Md.; a sister, Joan Close of
had lived in Taylor County all of Denver, Colo.; two0..grndchildren;,
her life. She was a charter member a niece; and two nephews. ,
of Midway Baptist Church where Joe P.Burns Funeral Honwe as-
she was a active in the functions of in charge of arrangements. .
the church. "- Please see'page8 :-,
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Charlie Roberts. '"
Survivors include: a son, The true m ark
Charles "Wayne" Roberts of Perry;
a daughter, Lynda McCallum of of integntlV.
Perry; two brothers, Sam Blue and
Nicky Odom, both of Perry; and a S CT D"
sister, Blannie Denmark of Perry; SELECT-ED,
three grandsons; five great Independhen
grandchildren; and a host of nieces
and nephews. w FLINERAL HOMES"'
Funeral' services were held Membeq qy Inritarwn
Monday, April 2, at 11 a.m. at .0
Midway Baptist Church with l
interment following at Pisgah
Cemetery. A St I
Family members received 11t
friends Sunday from 3 until 5 p.m. S al V i1 -
at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home, ile Clas 1 : 1.t1
which was in. charge of the 1[
arrangem ents ., ., I I .i L
Elizabeth Baker I)121 A
Elizabeth "Annie" Baker, 68, i1 [l
died March 24, 2007, in Perry. 1 i
Born in Baltimore, Md., and
coming from Ft.' Walton Beach,
she had lived in Steinhatchee for -
the past 13 years. She was the B
daughter of the late Charles A. H ..
"Buck" Remmers and the late PC
Elizabeth (Welch) Arminger.
She was preceded in death by n5-88,O2
Ash Street *.
CHURCH OF CHARST
601 West Ash Street .
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday Evening ,6:00 p.mi:
Worship 10:45 a.m. Wed. Bible Class 7:00 pm
Church Ph: 584-6155
Carl Destmartin: 223.3210 ,.
T I I ECflI U OFSunday Mee#trs:
Hin aS T Primary/Young Women
9:01'ULA ERD I 9:Oa
Woods Creek Rd. Sunday School 10:00 am
Perry, Fla. Sacrament Service 10:50 am
Phone: 850-584-9583 Wednesda eeings
Missionaries: 850-584-8097 Young Men/Young Women
Visitors always welcome 7:00 pm
Fish fry today at Stewart Memorial
Stewart Memorial A.M.E. will hold a fish fry today. April 'n
a.m. until 2 p.m. for a $5 donation. Deliveries are possible hy cail
5723. Cole slaw, potato salad, baked beL s and hush puppiies ,pi', i *,
Two gospel groups pe; ',rm
The Perry First Church of God on Highway 221 rh .1 ,
monthly sing on Saturday, April 7, at 7 p.m. "SouthLi vI. ii "':
Flow" will be featured.
Snacks will be served at 5:30 p.m.; everyone is inviild i .'d.
Sunrise services scheduled Su i,
New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church and the Rev. RI:,, KI n
invite everyone to sunrise service c :
J l ./ 'p.m. featuring the Rev. !Booker I .ilhv\i-b :1
Guest speaker. The church i. locait, :!i
S1100 W. Dundee St.
Members of !Ais.;ih i,..
Church invite c,.' i
Scome to10 siinris.c 7
^I " a.m. on S ,I1; "-N 1 .,* ,-i,
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School will hI h'ld
a.m. with the ircel i,r
start at 6:30 p.m., with youth group meetings for ages -1 8.
First United Methodist Church will hold sunrise worship, :
courtyard at 7 a.m. on Sunday. The church will gather again for i :' i
New Beginning Church of God on Highway 98 West will hold sunr
services on April 8 at 6 a.m. Breakfast will be served foliowin iihI
CHARITY BAPTIST CHURCH
The Son of Man must be delivered in'o /iw
hands of sinful men, and be crucified, a(Ill
the third.day rise again." Luke 24:7
Sunday School 10 am
Morning Worship 11 am
Evening Worship 6 pm
Wednesday Bible Study 7 pm
VISITORS Wa-, -S
Pastor Jon Edmisten
Need Prayer? Call 672-09P5
580 E. Hwy. 27
St. James Episcopal Church
Holy Eucharist: 8:00 a.m.
Sunday School: 9:00 a.m.
Holy Eucharist: 10:00 a.m. ". .
Located at 1100 W. Green St.
Church Office: 584-7636 1, .
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"For God so loved the world that he gave His onh
begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him
should not perish but have everlasting life."
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"A Place to Call Home"
Sunday Services Wednesday Services
9:45 a.m. Sunday School 6:00 p.m. Prayer Metint ,
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Mission Activities
6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship Steven Ruff, pastor
Hwy. 27 584.-688
Serving others and making sacrifices...
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The Ten Commandments
1. Thou shalt have no other gods before me.
2. Thou shalt not make unto thee any grave image. Thou shalt not bow clown
thysef t6,them, nor serve them, for I the Lord thy God am a jealous God.
3. Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain: for the Lord will
not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.
4. Remember the sabbath day to keep it holy.
5. Honour thy father and thy mother, that thy days may be long upon the land
which the Lord thy God giveth thee.
6. That shalt not kill.
7. Thou shalt not commit adultery.
8. JThou shalt:not'steal.
9. Thou shalt not bear false witness against they neighbor.
10.Thou shalt not covet they neighbor's house, thou shalt not covet thy
neighbor's wife, nor his manservant, not his maidservant, not his ox,
nor his ass, nor anything that is thy neighbor's.
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Worship Service 11:00 12:00
Children's Church 11:00 12:00
Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
Choir Practice 6:00 6:45
: Sunday Service 7:00 8:00
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A-8 Perry News-Herald
At crime scene
Aprir 6-7, 2007
's sworn account taped
Continued from page 1
truck was on its side and'h lie
out of the vehicle. *
An unidentified off-duty .EMT
from another county was one of the
first to arrive on the scene and
relayed information to the local
911 dispatch operator, who, in
turn, relayed the information to
emergency response units enroute
to the crash.
Hartsfield refused medical
(Continued from page 7)
Harold Edward Vickaer-
Harold Edward Vickery, 86, died
April 4, 2007, at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital. -..
Born in Lafayette County, he
had been a resident of Taylor
County since 1953. Mr. Vickery
was the son of the late Andrew
Jackson Vickey and the late former
Bessie McCracken. ,
He was a member ,of First
Baptist Church and a former board
member of Buckeye Federal
Credit Union. ,
He served in the United Statjes
Air Force and was. a veteran of
World War II.
Mr. Vickery previously worked
as a mechanic in the automotive
and pulpwood mill industry.
"He was preceded in deth by
three brothers. Ra mond Vickery,'
A .I \ icker\ and Willard Vickery;
attention; the two surviving were several Michelob beers in and
passengers from the car .were around Hartsfield's vehicle, one of
eirtifted from the scene. , which was open. Bell told me that
SBoth ebicles were seized -and he-tbelieved Hartsfield was under
transported'by Thomas-Chevrolet's the influence of. alcohol,
wrecker ,service to the FHP in "II' instructed Sell to request a
,Tallahassee. legal blood withdrawal 'from
In his arrest report, Pitts said, Hartsfield apd he received it with
"Upon the arrival of Trp. Kamau .the assistance of DMH .EMS.
Bell, he was able to smell a strong Hartsfield consented to 'the
odor of an ,alcoholic beverage on withdrawal;" said Pitts.
Hartsfield's breath and his eyes' In a sworn taped interview at the
were red and watery. scene, Hartsfield told" officers he
"Trp. .Bell told, me that there was traveling 'back to Perry from
Live Oak and said he saw a car
S.,' traveling toward him and that the
car swerved a few times and'
w L, 'crossed the center line.
S.two isers, Louise Hicks .and .."Hartsfield said he steered to the.
Myrir Sullivan. right and vas .st uck by the car. He
Survivors include: his-wife 6f 56 also. said he was seatbelted and was
years, Rosemary (Shaw) Vickery 'not thrown 'from his .vehicle. He
,of Pqrry; asont Mitche'll Vickery also told tife officer' he did not
of Ridgeland, Miss..;. a daughter, remember how he, got out of his
Susan Ickovic. of' Denver, Colo.,; truck. ;. .. -
three grandchildren; and five great "During the interview, I was able
grandchildren. to, smell alcohol on Hartsfield's
Funeral services will be held breath and noted that his eyes were
Saturday, April 7, at 11 a.m. at. red and watery," said Pitts.
. Sjrst Baptist Church with Glnn a The interview 'was takept
SBaker `and Craig Kurimay approximately two hoiirs after the .
officiating. Interment will follow crash. "I asked Hartsfield if he had
at Woodlawn Cemetery. consumed any alcoholic beverages
.'.Family members will receei e today and he stated he would like
friends, at 10 a.m. prior to the 'to stop the interview uritil he spoke
serVice.' ,to, an attorney," Pitts said.
,Joe P. Burns Funeral Home. is in "Due to the sworn statement
charge of arrangements, '
given by Hartsfield while under
oath, the strong odor of alcohol
and red watery eyes still obvious
two hours after the crash, and the
deaths and serious injuries.
Hartsfield was placed under arrest
for DUI causing death to a human
and DUI causing serious bodily
injury to another."
In setting Hartsfield's bond,
Judge Stephen "Buddy" Murphy
also imposed two special
conditions on his release:
"consume no alcoholic beverage
and operate no motor vehicle."
The Muskogee Creek Indian
Tribe located at the village on
Woods Creek Road will have its
monthly meeting Saturday,
starting at 10 a.m.
A .luncheon will follow the
Letters must include a name and
daytime contact phone number.
616 S Jefferson St.
A musical good time
Jim Brinkley, pastor'of New Hope Community Church, was
the guest speaker.-or in' this case, musician--at Tuesday's
Perry Rotary Club meting. Brinkley played keyboard, sang
songs afd talked about thehealing power of music. The club
finished: the meeting a everyonee joined in for a rendition of
"God Bless Amerira, ,
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B-1 Perry News-Herald April 6-7, 2007
Aucilla Christian announces
honor roll for 4th six weeks
The child performers for St. Johns Christian Fellowship upcoming production gather
together during a recent rehearsal. Shown above are: front row, Nathan. Fields, Kyler Uhl,
Kylee Roberts, Mattea Chaffin, Karly Ondash and Marianna Fields; middle row, John Fields,
Trevor Driggers, Joseph Franklin, Taylor Chaffin and Adam Kalinowski; back row, Meagan
Roberts (teen youth leader), Trace Chaffin, Kaylee Denmark, Kristina Portwood, Laura
Freeman and Ciera Cheney. Not pictured are Trey Driggers, Kadyn Uhl and Kinsley Uhl.
Through the eyes of a child
St. Johns will present Easter
drama about the life of Jesus
.The youth of St. Johns Christian
Fellowship will present "the story
of passion and glory in the life of
SJsus Christ as seen through the
eyes of a child."
:Pastor Mark McElfresh has
extended a community-wide
invitation "to share the excitement
and wonder of the. children of
' Jerusalem as they secretly meet in
a stable each night to discuss this
Promised One who has come to
their little town.
"Share in their joy as He plays
with them,.then their pain as they
witness the crucifixion of their
Messiah," he said.
The performance will be held
'Sunday, April 8, at 11 a.m. at the
church, located at the corner of
Puckett and Golf Course roads.
National Tourism Week is May
: :The Perry/Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce is
preparing for the upcoming
National Tourism Week, set for
"We all benefit from tourism in
Florida," Chamber Director Dawn
Taylor said. "When visitors
experience the diversity Florida
has to offer, their spending fuels
our econorly, improving daily life
for all Floridians."
According to Visit Florida, 83.6
million travelers visited Florida
spending $62 billion in 2005. The
tourism industry employs almost
one million Floridians, creating an
annual payroll of $15.4 billion.
Locally, visitors spent' millions
in 2006 attending festivals,
conventions and just vacationing,
For more information about
local activities for .National
Tourism Week, contact the
chamber at 850-584-5366. For
Third Grade, All A's
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Meagan Giddens, Ally Mall and
Fourth Grade, All A's
Julie High and Lindsey Mincy.
'ourth Grade A/B
Fifth Grade, All A's
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Eight Grade, A/B
Ninth Grade, A/B
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Sales tax workshop scheduled
The Taylor County Small Business Development Center will hold a
sales tax workshop Thursday, April 19, at 6:30 p.m. at the Chamber of
The facilitator will be Richard Gould from the Department of Revenue.
The workshop is free, but those wishing to attended at asked to RSVP
to 850-584-5366 due to limited seating.
Aucilla Christian has announced
its honor roll for the fourth six
Taylor County students on the
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K-4 All S+
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Small ads...big deals!!
Auction, every Saturday 6:30 p.m. 1693
SW Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360) Madison,
Florida. 850-973-2959. Mastercard, Visa
and Debit cards. Food, fun & give-a-ways.
Heated/AC-comfy seats. From Perry:
Take RT 221 North to CR 360 (SW Mosley
Hall Rd) Turn right, go about 8 miles on
right. AU691-Col.Ron Cox AB2490. '
Sidewalk Sale 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., every
Saturday in front of Gifts of Grace, 106 E.
Main St., 584-7770
April 6 & 7, Friday & Saturday. 8 a.m. to 1
p.m. 125 Oakland Dr.-South 19 behind
C.D.I. Kids clothes size 2 to 6X, stuffed
toys-Easter items, knick knacks-rooster
collection, dining room-what not shelf,
Gold & Sterling Jewelry..
Yard Sale Fri & Sat, Sadler Drum 4289 US
98 W. Hedge clippers, chair saw, dresser,
china cabinet, table and chairs, recliner,
computer desk, microwave and more.
Yard sale, Friday the 6th & Saturday the
7th, 9 a.m. till ? North Highway 10 to
Eridu. East on Highway 14, off right side
of yellow house.
Yard sale Sat from 7 a.m to 2 p.m.
Shamrock reality, Hwy 19 across from The
Mexican Restaurant. Baby items, toys,
puzzles, dolls & more.
Yard sale, Saturday 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
outside of Razors Edge. 1504 S. Jefferson
St. Spring cleaning.
Yard sale, 810 Johnsons Stripling Rd.
Saturday 8 a.m. to until. Items include:
microwave, entertainment center, GE
portable dishwasher, Dell computer w/ CD
burner and much much more!
Multi family yard sale, lots of everything.
2465 Golf Course Rd. For info call 584-
Yard sale, Saturday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. 513 E.
Lafayette St. ,Al kinds of things, lots of
new items including 'Easter basket
Yard sale April 7, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. 319
Sunset Lane off 27 (look for signs) Baby
boy clothes, boy clothes 3T, 4T,
Trillion cut engagement ring with matching
wedding band. 1 k, White Gold. $700 firm.
For more info call 843-1073.-
22.1 gr. 10k Herring Bone Necklace New
$650. sell for $300.
3 ct, Channel Set Diamond Tennis
Bracelet New $2,500 sell for $1,500, Both
purchased from Mitch's Call 843-1980,
Three, beautifully refinished solid wood
chairs with 'rounded backs. Call
Emmanuel Milatos at 584-7793. 1505 N.
Queen Pillow-Top Mattress Set. Brand
new in plastic with warranty. $150. 850-
SOLID WOOD Cherry sleigh bed BRAND
NEW in box, $275. (850)545-7112.
SOFA & LOVESEAT. Brand NEW
LEATHER, still wrapped, lifetime warranty,
sacrifice $795. (delivery available).
NEW QUEEN POSTER bedroom set -
bed, dresser, mirror, chest, 2 nightstands.
$4000"value. must sell $1500. 850-545-
DINNING ROOM Beautiful cherry table, 2
arm & 4 side chairs, lighted china cabinet.
Brand new in boxes. Can deliver. Must
move. $799. 850-545-7112.
Glass top/light wrought iron table set. 1
coffee table and 2 end tables. In great
condition! Must sell! Bought for $400, will
sell for $150. Call 672-2061
For sale: Weider 1120 Exercise machine,
Bowflex $200. Microwave oven, black,
works well. Paid $200, will sell for $50.
Craftmatic Adjustable Queen Sized bed
with massage. With or without bedroom
set. Sofa, entertainment center and bakers
rack & more, make offer. 223-2222 after 3
Weddina Dress: BEAUTIFUL white
strapless chiffon layered dress with
swarski crystals on bodis, flowing train,
never worn, a couple months old, size 8
(wedding dress sizes usually 2 sizes
bigger than what you actually wear) $350
Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We buy...call us! Collectibles
Yard Sale Collectibles
Set-up Pery Flea M r1 lTools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 o584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture
Yard Sale-Saturday-8 a.m. till 2:30 p.m.
600 W. Wilcox Street, the corner of Wilder
and Wilcox. Clearing out excess
inventory, New clothing-all sizes-mostly
adult. Household items, set of golf clubs,
with bag and pull cart.
Yard Sale-Golf Course Rd. Saturday, 8
a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Yard sale: Saturday April 7, 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. Parking lot behind Sisters, corner of
Washington St. & Green St. Downtown
The Sak" Purse: Brown with dark brown
strap, magenta & dark brown pattern
inside. Zipper top, with over the shoulder
strap. Pockets and zip pouch inside.
Good condition. Fairly new. Originally
bought for $70 will sell for $35 O.B.O. Call
Smith & Wesson Model 2213 Automatic
.22 cal. pistol. Stainless steel & alloy
frame, rubberized grips, enhanced target
.sights. Sell for $250. Dell Dimension
4400 Desktop Computer. 19 inch monitor,
1 GB Ram, Windows XP and MS Word.
Equipped with High Speed Linksys
wireless router with external wireless
receiver. Comes with Logitech wireless
keyboard and mouse. Sell for $500.
Brand new-never used UWS low profile
toolbox. Powder coat black. Fits
Tacoma, S-10, Ranger, and other small
trucks. Comes with keys & mounting
hardware. Sell for $150. Large heavy duty
welded aluminum container, 72" long X
30" wide and 25" deep. Can be used for
animal food or water or many other uses.
$125. Long Range -Linksys/Cisco
0,' directional wireless (N) router with cables
i and instructions. New in box-never used.
Cost $225, will sell for $110. Call 838-
6673 or 584-5740. Heavy duty AO Smith
S1.5 HP pump. Can be wired 230 or 115
volt. Nearly new. Sell for $100. 115,000
BTU Aqua-Cal super efficient swimming
pool heater. Heats 16,000 gallons from 60
degrees to 85 degrees in 24 hours.
Comes with 16ftX32ft Solar Pool Cover.
heater is 3 years old and still under
factory warranty. Original cost $3,950, will
sell for $1,800. Call 838-6673 or 584-
*-ome one... NW
Monday 7:00 p.m.
305 Puckett Road /
14' Riverkraft boat with 9.9 Johnson 4
stroke motor and trolling motor with trailer.
$1,600 O.B.O. Call 850-584-4073 (press 1)
and leave message.
Found: Female Lab near Puckett Rd. &
Woodgate Rd. Call to identify 223-3393.
Kawasaki Mule 550 Utility Vehicle. 2-
wheel drive with 538 hours. Good
condition and well ,maintained. Owner's
manual included. $3,600, Call 584-7883. ya
3/28tfnShelDav 6 month old female Yorkie $500. 1 year
old male 21b Teacup Chihuahua $300, 2
year old female Toy Poodle 5 lbs $200.
Rabbits (3 left) $15. Call 838-2892 or 223-
For Sale: 1997 Chevrolet Venture, V6,
cold air, p/w, p/L, runs good, kid dirty,
174,000 miles. $2,000 O.B.O. please call
850-980-0999, ask for Rick.
94 Dodge 1500 Pick-up, 8 ft bed, runs
good, asking $1,200 Call 223-1487.
2096 Toyota Tacoma 4x2 pickup, 13,000
miles, showroom condition. Automatic,
A/C, CD, factory bedliner. Blue Book
value $15,565. Will sell for $14,200.
For Sale: 1980 Chevy Impala. Call 584-
Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. $100 minimum paid to you!
Wanted -Isuzu and Toyota trucks for
Attention Shut-Ins. Have your hair styled
,by a professional hair stylist, in your
home. shampoos, hair cuts, styles and
permanent waves. Prices comparable to
beauty salons. By appointment only.
Phone 584-2500. Be prepared to give
explicit directions to your home, and allow
ample time for stylist to find your home
before appointment time.
Need Help? Excellent care for the elderly.
Cooking, light cleaning, laundry. 16 years
experience. References available. 584-
5165 Please leave message.
Looking for child.,care for infant, 3 days a
week. Must have background check &
references. Call 584-6150
Looking for home or mobile home to rent.
Must be clean & must allow yard dogs.
Customer Service Manager
Come by or give us a call for
all your Auto & Home
Jim Von Stein Toll Free: (866) 496-3442
Broker M www.VonSteinRealty.com
P.O. Box 1009 (352) 498-0041
Steinhatchee, FL 32359 cell: (352) 356-1001
GULF COAST ,
Full line of 3' Wide
accessories in stock Painted
Special Flashings Made All Types Warranted Metal Available
Cut to your desired lengths Delivery Service Available
Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, Fl.
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WANT TO BUY
Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars
Pocket Watches Diamonds
<'.-:> Postcards Sports Memorabilia
S Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys
Cal Mrk ouh* -n (50)58-621 oh;gtomne
Chocolate Lab puppies! Dad is AKC
registered, both Momn& Dad on site.
Shots, wormed and ready to go home April
14th. $100 each. Only 4 males/1 female
left--pick yours now! Cell 850-843-0259 or
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STRETCH OUT on the 5 acres
at this 3 BR/1 Bath Concrete
Block Ranch Home in. Perry.
Offers a Spacious Family
Room, Living Room with
Fireplace, and Huge Screened
in Back Porch to enjoy those
Spring evenings. 300 Year Old
Oak Trees; much more!
Call Debby Howard
Sun & Stars Realty, LLC
to schedule a showing today!
Beautiful 1.15 acres with singlewide home.
Easy Owner financing. 15k down. 72
payments completely pays it off! 5.75%
interestt. 'lear gas plant. Call J.D. 850-
FOR SALE BY OWNER 3485 Foley
Cutoff Road, 1376 sq. ft., 2 bedroom 1
bath. Home is located on large 2.0 acre
corner lot with fruit trees and beautiful
Camilla bushes. Nice spacious kitchen
with lots of cabinet space. Kitchen opens
up to a laundry/mud room large enough to
be a 3rd bedroom. Home also has a
sunroom as entry, and a dining room with
French doors opening to the backyard.
House has hardwood floors throughout.
Some are covered with new carpet. Home
has a carporf with attached storage room.
This would be great for a young family or
retirees, and an excellent investment. Go
to www.sharphome.com ID: FLCEC for
pictures and more info. Asking $89,900.
For Sale Remodeled Home; 2 bed/1 bath
on 1.5 acres, located just outside city
limits at 3490 Old Dixie Hwy; additional
building on site. City water, 1 private well,
Perfect for a small business. $75,000
negotiable. Call (850)223-2436.
For Sale Remodeled Home; 2 bed/1 bath
on 1.5 acres, located just outside city
limits at 3490 Old Dixie Hwy; additional
building on site. City water, 1 private well,
Perfect for a small business! $75,000
negotiable. Call (850)223-2486.
Historic Lee Cypress Home. 2800 SF 4
- BR/2 BA on 1.8 Ac. off Paul Poppell Rd,
w/Enclosed Patio, Beautiful large sunroom
w/fireplace, cozy living room also has
fireplace. Home has large attic storage,
fenced in back yard with inground pool.
Built in 1929, remolded in 1978.
Heating/AC 1 yr. old Kitchen redone in
2004, Great Neighborhood! Excellent Buy!
$185,000. Call Jason Heartsfield at Nature
Coast Inc. 850-843-0503.
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
Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq.
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-
584-5891. Pete Fortner
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
"Where Everyday Is Springtime"
107 N. 584 2757
Jefferson St. 584 2757
2 & 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments now available. Rental
assistance may be available to qualified
applicants. HUD vouchers considered.
Equal Housing Opportunity. Office hours
are 8:00-5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call 850-584-
5668. 709 W. Church St., Perry, FL 3348
Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 BR HC
and non-HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8:00 to 5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call
850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett
Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal Housing
Westgate Hotel Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable, AC/
Heater. Everything included. $140 weekly
or $37 daily plus tax. (RV sites also
available) 1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from $139 weekly or
$37 daily plus tax. 317 N. Byron Butler
Room for rent private bath, private
entrance, living room, small fridge and
T.V. Call 584-8045
Commercial Building For Lease -
Downtown building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
Newly remodeled office Suites available
.for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401.
Horseshoe Beach gulf front 2 Bedroom,
nautical hquse. Large deck, boat dock, all
over looking the gulf.. $395 per weekend or
$895 per week, call 352-498-5986 or 386-
Help wanted Badcock & More. Set up and
delivery. Must be 21 yrs ord. License
and good driving record required. No
phone calls! Apply in person 1225 S.
RN's & LPN's: MHM.Service, a leader in
providing health care to correctional
systems, has exciting openings at the
Taylor County Institution in Perry. If you.
are ready to work with a unique team in a
secure setting, join us today! RN's-FT &
PT/Days & Nights and PRN, LPN's-PRN
for Days,& Nights. We offer excellent
compensation and a comprehensive and
very generous benefits package. Email
* resume to Cathy Laidlaw at:
(800)566-1291; fax (954)748-9100. EOE.
Busy practice seeks articulate,
professional, w/HS diploma,
and mandatory: 2 yrs. work exp.
in a medical office, excellent
& people skills:
Verify Insurance Benefits
Load Patient Demographics
Medical Record Maintenance
Greet Patients & Visitors
Patient Sign-in & other
Nature Coast EyeCare
Institute Perry, Florida
Fax resume to (850) 838-3937
or call Human Resources
(850) 584-2778, Ext. 639
Perry Elks Lodge is looking for
Restaurant/Lounge Club Manager.
Experience preferred Drug-Free work
environment. Send resume to Perry Elks
Lodge. P.O Bo 986. Perry, FL 32348 No
phone calls please.
Certified Nursing Assistant Seeking
mature professional minded person with
positive outlook, good attendance record
and work references 10 p.m. to 6 am If
-you have these qualities we invite you to
join our team. Contact Jennifer
Richardson. Lafayette Heath Care Center
512 W. Main St.. Mayo. FL 386-294-3300
LPN-Part time opportunity for professional
individual with track record.for reliability
and positive personality. 2 p m. to 10 pm
shift and 10 p.m. to 6 a.m shift available
Contact Holly Reed. Lafayette Health Care
Center, 512 W. Main St. .Mayo. FL 386-
Wanting lowboy driverilube tech, Class A
CDL req'd, experience preferred. 850-584-
Lance Inc. Opening for a night shift
Industrial Electrician. Strong basic
electrical knowledge required. 1 year
minimum commercial industrial
experience. Tech School Certification
preferred. Apply at Job Service of Perry.
TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
Library Tech (Full-time) S8.04
Day Camp Counselor (Temporary.
Locations: Perry & Steinhatchee) $6.68/hr
Grants Administrative Secretary S11.88
Entire job descriptions and requirements
can be viewed at
www.taylorcountvqcov.com or Taylor
Employment Connections, 1702 S.
Jefferson St. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County is an EOE/VP/Drug
Testing/ Background Check Employer.
LPN-Part time opportunity for professional
individual with track record for reliability
and positive personality. 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
shift and 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. shift available.
Contact Holly Reed, Lafayette Health Care
Center, 512 W. Main St., Mayo. FL 386-
Convenience store manager needed.
Please apply at Ware Oil &, Supply
located 2715 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. This
is a drug free work place,
Experienced HVAC/R service technicians
with a minimum of 5 yrs experience.
starting wages $14-16/hr. Call 850-584-
Applications being taken for office staff
positions. Must have good computer
skills, be reliable, and have knowledge of
A.R., General Ledger, word processing,
and general office skills. Top
compensation for qualified person. Apply
in person at Ware Oil & Supply Co., Inc.,
2715 S. Byron Butler Pkwy, Perry FL.
Ware Oil is a drug free work place. 3/9-.
Cato is now accepting applications for
sales associates. Retail experience
required. Management background
preferred. Apply in person. No phone
RN Supervisor Part-time for weekends
LPN PRN All shifts
CNA's Part-time for all shifts
Dietary Aide Part-time for AM and PM .
Cook -PRN- Both shifts
We are small, but are a wonderful
company with caring individuals who have
a desire to improve the lives of our
Residents and Staff. Call 850-973-4880 -
For RN Supervisor, LPN & CNA positions
ask for Peggy Powers, D.O.N., For Dietary
Aide and Cook ask for Theresa Patterson,
Dietary Manager -. Madison Nursing
Avon Reps Needed! How would you like to
be your own boss? Start your own
business. I can show you how. $10.00
start-up kit. Call BJ Today! 850-584-6289
RNs & LPNs
FT, PT & PRN
CNAs All shifts
Sue Love, Director of Nursing
85-8-33 0 as halDie9PerF 24
Dru Fre Woklce qalOprtntEpoe
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658-JOBS (5627) TREE CAPITAL
PT position; hours may vary and include
evenings, weekends, weekdays, partial
shifts, or holidays as needed. HS diploma
or equivalent preferred. PC experience &
proper phone etiquette required. Duties
may include monitoring multiple incoming
phone lines as well as fire/medical
emergency, security, and radio
FT position for experienced payroll
specialist; HS diploma or equivalent
required. PC experience, including MS
Acess, required. Must be detail oriented.
FlexPay experience a plus.
FT position for bookkeeper; HS diploma or
equivalent required; accounting
experience and some post secondary
education preferred. PC experience
required w/MS Office Suite, including
database. Must be detail oriented.
Benefits include heath, dental, life.
disability, savings, AFLAC supplemental
policies, access to onsite daycare and
EOE; Drug Free Workplace, Criminal
background checks required. Apply in
person at ACV Personnel Department Mon
thru Fri, 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., Carter Village
Hall, 10680 CR 136, Dowling Park, FL; fax
resume to (386)658-5160; or visit
Regional Flatbed Drivers.
Now paying $.40/mile!!
Earn $50,000 plus
and 6% bonus
Home every weekend.
6 mo. t/t & Class A CDL req'd
or apply on-line at
Steinhatchee Landing Resort,
Steinhatchee Florida seeks full time
receptionist/special events coordinator.
Must have likeable personality and work
well with other people. Needs experience
in Quick Books, Word and Excel. Must
work some weekends. Two weeks paid
vacation and major holidays. Pleasant
working environment. Call (352)498-5678
for an appointment.
RN's, LPN's, CNA's and Needed. F/T &
P/T. PRN shifts available. Private Duty all
Counties. Immediate Openings. Contact
Reno at 800-825-9873-
& CARPET ;*
Dries in 3-4 hours
Horel C:ear.ing L'/. Care Se ces
Will ocean your nce 3r office vacuum
dust. sweep & mop arrl'coms & se:c:. WVi
cut lans shrubs vacuu' leaves, plant
your plants & ievewr mruich Cal 3 -:-,da
or Terry 850-223-2477
Tractor'services needed? Field rno,' :g.g
food plots or alshkrng gIe me a caln Ask
for Frank 584-4956
M M & PoP
The Handyman experts LLC, honest work!
Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
838-6077. 25 years.
Clay Swindle LL.C (licensed aEnid
insured) All types of remodeling: doors,
windows, docks, painting, etc.
Commercial & Residential. Call 850-223-
1780 or 843-1941. If no answer, please
leave message Over 20 years of
Turnbough Lawn Service
We cut samil limbs'
A to Z Farm & Lawn Services: Land
clearing, tree trimming/removal, dump
truck services, harrowing, bush hog
mowing, rake work, dirt leveling, and
complete fawn service. Call 584-6737.
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
Home Town Appliance Store
We remove old appliances
SERVICE, SERVICE, SERVICE!
,nShcp In Home household appliance.
New & Used Parts
1302 N. Jefferson St.
Call Billy Blue at
838-1307 or 672-0955
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUCK?
I BUY SCRAP METALS!!
State Certified Scales.
CARPET & VINYL
Installation and repairs done at a good.
price. No overhead. Direct savings to you.
30 years experience. 850-838-9050,
Please leave message,
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* Early Bird 6 p.m.
Regular 7 p.m.
j (Hwy: 19 North) 584-2434
. *Must be 18 yrs. or older
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING: The District
Board of Trustees of North Florida
Comrnmunity College will hold its regular
monthly meeting Tuesday, April 17, 2007
Ga 5 30 p.m in the NFCC Student Center
clkesde Room, NFCC, 325 NW Turner
Davis Dr., Madison, FL. A copy of the
agenda may be obtained by writing:
NFCC, Office of the President, 325 NW
Turner Davis Dr., Madison, FL 32340. For
disaOility related accommodations,
con-act the NFCC Office of College
Advancement, 850-973-1653. NFCC is.
an equal access/equal opportunity
B. Perry News-Herald April 6-7, 2007
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IrS the Circuit Court of the .3rd Judicialo
Circuitf, ilnd for Toylor county, Florida
General JurislictiOamivislQn .
Cose.Nj:Q'O074CA' :. -
ANj Amro Monrage Group in.: Plaintiff
-4 Poricia Teqder Er'AL ,efer.aantis)
Notice of 'A(gfion. Consrucilee Set?',ce
to SourQce'.FIfrjr.ccioi ncn business
oadress is unknown
.F. Co-opproTon ,s neietv rno.taied that
SOCion ro fqrqtoi.e a mortgo.ge on
-n.e flic ,v lng c ,ooe "
Beginning'qt d fo6un 4x.t i.rch concrete
monument stomped 3CC '(Buckeye
Cellulose Company) m'arklng the NW
-corner of the NE. [/4 of the NW 1/4 of
-,]ection 23, towrMnlip' 2 .south, range 5
east, Taylor County, Florld;--t.Yene run
N '859'00" E along the section line,
S295 30 feet-to a,5/8 inc-h Sj (set iron
pt- ira- srmDed LB, 4765; th.en.e 'run S
;:2415 iIA 279.02 feet to a 5/ Inch SIR
iso.,ro o) rrnope, ,B 4.7,6. marking
nme GortOn rgnil o wa llrie of M't. Qilead
Road. 'nence run N 37j'f'3q1.',W b'long
said norm rignt aof-w 4& 59 feet to a
S' 58 inC SIR (e .iron rloa si.arped LB
''.765 Tllecice.onlnue Oaong said right-
o' wav N"d$.08 39' w Il6 O feet to a
5,8 incn SIR (set iron ioo) iogrnped LB
765 inence run N l5'J943"W, 32.85
V ee olong sala idgnt.of.wao ,o a 5'/.Inch
41 i se' iron roo) stamoed LB 4'65 and
'nme-aorty line' rence run 4N 0029:19" W
along soo0 forts Ihc, 84 79 feet to the
point ofl beginning rogerne wirn a' 003
.Toon Double Aide Home V/IN#'s
Sras Ipeen filled against Ir.e corooration
ana me orrtprioron is equtiea to serve
a cooy aol ou' ritren defenses rf any,
to u on 0.AVIDRJ STERN SQ Plairntiff's
ateiorney 'whose aodreas 's 801 South
University Orive Suire 500 Plontoiaon FL
33324 on qi Defore April 30. 200' (no
rarer man 30 aQvs from nae date c.t rhe
firpr oubltlo*Vjn of hmis nolice of action)
and ftl ine orngioal wirn re clerl aof this
counr enlhpr oeiote services on Plaintiff's
oltorrey or immeaiatelv tneieollet
otheraIse p. o i aoult will. e er.tped
against you lor the relief demanded In
rrie comoleint ofr petition fiNep nerein
Witnes.s my nana aon the sait of this
...- u Coun rt r Qvior C'ounv Fria. trig 27
Say of Marni, 2007 '
CleItk-o the Circuit Court
S By i-,' LO.a lle
4/6 2.'13 "
O"lOuE IS R ,fiRBy GIVEN Inar inm
at'oersigned intencis t0 s T t ne peirsonol
SDroerTy descr[tqP.pelow .ro enforce a
en ioppsed on old property under Ine
Florida Self Stofoge Facitny Act Statute.i
(section 83 80t 83 809)
the ur.aetrsgned will sell oat OulIC sale ov
competttiee bidaing on the 25mn aay 0 I
ADntl. 2807. on' the premises where soi
.oroperTy nas been srotea ana wnicn
a oe olgoed oar hjanov Rentals 900
Inausulal Pari BrD. Perry, Flouap 323d8 mne
Marae riq.l, 1105 IN. Celhou l$1. lierry. FL
32348, Up it*-25 y contentht of whicn
pr be liegllteds ai fiauihtl'gooqds.
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The following property will be scld as is
with no warranties of any kind on April
16, 2007 at 2:00 p m. at ;he loca-ion of
Flint Equipment Company, 3033 U S
Highway 27 East, Perry, FL 32348 -o :he
highest bidder for cash, certified bank
or cashiers check
(1) John Deere 64GII Skidder. Serial
Number DW648GX582058 wih Model
4000 Winch S/N TOWM1 12512720
(1) Barko 160D Log Loader SiN 22521
with Pit's Log Loader Trailer SliN
(1) CST DL4400 Slasher S/N 440401580
Flint Equipment Company has the ngn-
to bid on this property
3/30, 4/6, 4/13
In the Circuit Court for the Third Judicial
Circuit in and for Taylor County. Florida.
Case No: 06-837 CA
Judge: N. Sanders Sauls
In Re: Forfeiture of 1994 Honda Cisv;c
To: Any and all persons who claim an
interest in the following personal
property: 1994 Honda Civic (VIN'
Notice is given pursuant to Sections
932.703 and 932 704, Florida Statutes
(2006) that the Department of Highway
Safety and Motor. Vehicles
(Department), acting though its division,
the Florida Highway Patrol, seized the
above-described personal property on
the 27th day of October, 2006, in Taylor
County, Florida, and is holding the
personal property pending the
outcome of forfeiture proceedings. All
persons or entities who have a legal
interest in the subject property may
request a hearing concerning the
seized property by contacting the
undersigned. A complaint has been
filed in the Circuit Court of the Third
Judicial Circuit, in and for Taylor County.
On the 14th day of December, 2006,
the trial court entered an order finding
probable cause. If no claimants
appear within 20 days, the department
will be seeking final order of forfeiture.
Dated this 30th day Of March, 2007.
Blaine H. Winship
Assistant Attorney General
Floriaa Bar No. 0356913
In the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit in and for Taylor County, Florida
Christiana Bank & Trust Company, as
trustee of the Sequoia Funding Trust,
Plaintiff vs. Ulysses Hawkins, et al,
Case No. 2006-833-CA Division
Notice of Foreclosure Sole
Notice is hereby given pursuant to a
Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure
dated March 27, 2007 and entered in
Case No. 2006-833-CA of the CircuiT
Court of the Third) Judicial Circuit in and
for Taylor County, Florida wherein
Christiana Bank &'Trust Company, as
trustee 'of the Sequoia Funding -rust, is
the plaintiff and Ulysses Hawkins; Moe
Belle Hawkins; are the Defendon-s, I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at 108 N. Jefferson Street on the
P ,, I* -, ", -,!- of'li he
no i ,'h s: 1.4.1 of
son, ;, was 530.80
f "- '0 -1 ;..' 1y r -;t ,ng -hence
iun iso .u' i ur h 0
de, .4. ,r, c feet 70
*h 'i h I ; y: c". y a r road
' of rock,
-ner'...,e ', ,- ,-;i ,'*irees E m inu'es
no'n 5 '' ,rg so-d stree-
131 65 f"ee" -:, -'oe DCro" of beginning,
Tovior Co nv n o: ,K A 324 2nd
S, ee- Pe .r 3
Any rcers', imna on inTeles- in the
surplus fIm -n sa;, 'f any. oher hnan
'he p,'ooeryv ow'nei of The doe of
*he L is Penc-er.s m aust :!e a cla'm within
sxv (60) jo/s o-er *'he sole
',ilness n'y a'',-na and "-e sea! of This
couir on Mach 28, 2037.
Annie Moe V'phy
Clerk of The C i rcu' Crcj -
By. Mart vLavoile
New in town?
Find out what
Taylor County is
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