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April 27-28, 2007

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SRWMD suggests permit denial

Magnolia Bay final hearing extended

There are many ways to celebrate
Spring, and today's "C" section
spotlights a few: get out to Relay For
Life tonight and begin your exercise
regirnen, or plan a wedding, or paint a
room, or plant a garden. Whatever you
do, enjoy the season!


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tonight at
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Bring your checkbook and get
retdy to be a bidder-bidder-bidder
:.drinig the lite auction which
eiepns Iat 9:30 tonight during the
anrinual Relay For Life.
Topping the list of items up for
-pab1b is a ceramic royal toad
.; red b\ the art students and art
..paanient at Taylor County High
The toad sports a Relay For Life
t-shirt which
r ads, "This is
:fdt you NT."
:sland-s for Nancy
:Turner. a former
:teacher who is
.tt*tlftrfg cancer.
b6kriitrions are being accepted to be to bid on the toad. The goal is
to win the bid and then present the
toad to Ms. Turner for her
enjoyment." TCHS Art Director
Jeff Byers said.
"All monies collected will be
used for the bidding, and if we lose
the bid, all the money will still be
donated to Relay for Life. To make
a donation, contact the high school
today by 3 p.m."
:O'ther items on the auction list
Framed photo of Cracker
Homestead donated by Bill
Betli.yon Photography; $65 value.
SFpur all-attraction passes to
StonEhMountain Georgia Park; $96
Airplane ride donated by
Lumart Aviation; $100 value.
.. Please see page 3

-Lora ot mhe uance p. B-1

The Suwannee River Water
Management District will likely
grant a 60-day extension to
Magnolia Bay Marina & Resort
after the agency's staff this week
recommended that its governing
board reject the project's permit
Jon Dinges, the district's director
of resource management, said
Magnolia Bay's Project Manager
Chuck Olson has requested an


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Buckeye Technologies Inc. has
announced that it earnegl $6.6
million after tax (17 cents per
share) in the quarter ended March
This included $0.8 million after
tax in restructuring expenses
associated with consolidations
made in its European Sales
Offices, Product and Market
Development, and corporate
During the same quarter of the
prior year, the company lost $0.8
million after tax (2 cents per share)
which included $1.1 million after
tax in restructuring and
impairment expenses associated
with the closure of the
Glueckstadt, Germany, cotton
linter pulp plant in December
2005. '-' .... ..... .
Net sales in the just completed
quarter were $193 million, 6
percent higher than $181 million
achieved in the same quarter of the
prior year.
Net sales for the first nine
months of fiscal year 2007 were
$569 ,million, also 6 percent
higher than net sales of $535
million for the same period last
"Demand for our products
continues to be strong, and our
operations are responding to the
challenge of matching production
and sales. Good cash flow
generation enabled us to reduce
debt by $13 million during the
quarter," Buckeye Chairman John
B. Crowe said.
Crowe went on to say, "The
consolidations in our European
sales offices, product and.
market development, and
corporate overhead complement
the operations consolidations
we completed during the last .
several years and will provide
annual savings of more than
$2 million."

extension on the board's final
action until July 28. It was
originally scheduled for May 10 in
"We expect to grant the
extension as we would for any
applicant," Dinges said Thursday.
The district's staff found that the
project was "inconsistent" with the
Florida Coastal Management
Program .and listed numerous
conditions where the district "did

not have reasonable assurance"
that the project would not harm
fish, wildlife, wetlands or other
natural resources."
Olson said the staffs
recommendation was not a total
"We kind of knew this was
coming but if there are things they
don't like or that don't meet
regulations, then they should tell
us so' we can make changes and

meet those regulations," Olson
But Dinges said the district does
not have the obligation to, help'
Olson submit something that is
"permittable." :
"They can consult with us in a
meeting, and I suspect they will,"
he said.
Dinges said his staffs
recommendation does not
necessarily kill the project.

Crossing guard Gary Cottrell mans the busy intersection of- Myrtle and Pinecrest
streets behind Perry Primary School. The City of Perry, which currently funds six of
the seven guards pn duty, is looking to spread costs related to the unit countywide,

School crossimgguards

Who should pay?

Bracing for whatever financial blow may come
with proposed property tax changes, the City of
Perry is looking to step back from underwriting the
bulk of costs for school crossing guards.
At present, the city picks up $35,000 in salaries
for six of the seven guards on duty. The entire unit
is employed by the city, with the school board
contributing a reimbursement for one of the
"I guess the first question is--why is the city
paying for the guards?" City Manager Bob Brown
said Tuesday.
"In the past when we have talked about
approaching the school board, it is usually too late
because of their budgeting schedule and that's why
I thought I'd bring this to the council now. We did,
a survey of nearby towns comparable to our size
and found that only two of the cities pay anything

toward crossing guards. With
school board funds the guards.

everyone else, the

"I thought this was something for you to be
aware of and to discuss. We still don't know what
the legislature is going to do about the property tax
reform proposals, but we know we could take a hit
with our budget next year," Brown said.
"I think we all agree with the importance of
having crossing guards at our schools. But, under
the changes being proposed, the school board
would not be adversely affected by new legislation
like the city could be," Mayor Emily Ketring said.'
"Look at the situation with the football fields.
The city was picking up all of those costs. I think
it would be-more fair to ask that the citizens of the
city pay a percent per capital and that the costs (for
the guards) be allocated countywide," Councilman
Don Cook said.
"There is no special training or certification
required to be a crossing guard. Current. (Perry,
,** Please see see page

"They have all types of options.
They can make changes to their
application. Denying the permit
does not prevent them from
making changes," he said.
. Dinges also said his governing
board could choose not to follow
the recommendation or could ask
the staff to do further work on the
permit application.
-* Please see page 3




A firm affiliated with Foley
Timber & Land Company has
purchased Keaton Beach Marina.
Dixie County Properties, LLC,
closed on the purchase earlier this
month, according to Foley's Senior
Vice President Bo Taff.
"The company bought it as an
investment, realizing the limited
access the public has to our
wonderful Nature Coast," Taff
Taff said the company has
leased the marina, motel,
campground and dry storage area
to D&J Enterprises.
D&J's Jerry Cawthon said he
,plans to continue operating it as
usual, with a few changes.
"We are going to gear it more
toward the fishermen and their
needs. We plan to increase our
inventory of fishing and boating
supplies," Cawthon said.
The purchase involves nearly
three acres of canal-front property
plus a small home behind the
marina formerly owned by Bill
Former marina owner Travis
Beach, who purchased it in 1992,
said he was pleased that it will
continue to be operated as a
"Jerry Cawthon worked for me
for several years and we're just
real proud he will continue to
operate it. We wish Jerry all the
best," Beach said.
In addition to the marina, Foley
owns some 500,000 acres of
timberland in Taylor and
surrounding counties.

TCHS leads district in writing scores

The State of Florida released the
2007 Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test (FCAT) scores for
the writing section, and Taylor-
County High School (TCHS) lead-
the district with 80 percent of 10th
graders scoring at or above 3.5,
which is considered a "passing"
Florida Writes is the statewide
accountability assessment for
writing in the state and is given to
fourth, eighth and 10th grade
students. The highest possible
score is a 6.0.
TCHS students had an overall
average score of 3.9, an
improvement from last year.
According to the report, 80% of
10th students at TCHS scored at or
above 3.5. Last year that number
was 71 percent.
Although no data was available
for students at Taylor Technical


Perry News-Herald
twO actions 118thiYear, No. 17
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Institute, district-wide 77 percent
of students passed. Wakulla
County led the region with 85
percent, followed by Lafayette
with 81 percent; Jefferson, 75
percent; Madison, 74 percent; and
Dixie, 64 percent.
The state average for 10th
graders was 79 percent.
Taylor County Middle School
saw a slight drop from last year's
numbers, with a combined 3.8
score and 77 percent of eighth
graders scoring at or above 3.5.
Last year, 80 percent scored
passing grades.
No eighth grade scores were
reported at Steinhatchee School or
at Taylor Learning Center, but the
district saw 75 percent of students
scoring 3.5 or higher.
In the region, Wakulla County
led the way in eighth graders with
92 percent scoring passing grades;

Living ............... A-4
Sports ............A-6
Religion .. ......... A-7
Entertainment .........B-1

Jefferson followed with 85
percent; Madison, 80 percent;
Dixie, 78 percent; and Lafayette,
75 percent.
The state average was 86
Taylor County Elementary saw
improvement in individual student

scoring, averaging a combi
with 66 percent of students
at or above 3.5.
experienced a disappoint
combined score at grade f
the percentage of student
passing grades increased



Looking Back ........
TV listings ...........
Classified ........ . .
Spring edition .....

ned 3.6, to 42 percent.
scoring District-wide, Taylor saw 65
percent of fourth grade students
School score 3.5 or above, compared to 85
ing 3.3 percent in Lafayette, 84 percent in
our, but Dixie, 73 percent in Wakulla, 60
its with percent in Madison and 52 percent
from 31 in Jefferson. The state average was
78 percent.
"Overall our scores continue to
;' y be competitive with small and rural
districts," Director of Instruction
Wanda Kemp said.
"We have more students scoring
past. We're especially happy that
district-wide we have seven
"- students scoring a perfect score,
6.0; 18 students scoring 5.5; and 46
students scoring 5.0.
"Even though some schools
stubbed their writing toe this year,
*- Please see page 2

Friday Saturday Sunday
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A-2 Perry News-Herald April 27-28, 2007

Chamber finalizing appointments

to Shared Vision 2060 Task Force

The Perry-Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce is
finalizing appointments to the
Taylor County Shared Vision 2060
Task Force, which will guide
citizens through the community-
based vision process for Taylor
Task force members are
scheduled to meet with chamber
officials as well as representatives
from "the Orlando-based planning
firm, MSCW, during a luncheon
today at the chamber, according to'
Aaron Portwood, chairman of the

Friends welcome author
Patricia Taylor Monday
Local author Patricia Taylor will be
the guest speaker at Monday's
meeting of the Friends of the Taylor
County Public Library. She is the
author of "Joy in the Midst of Life's
Storms: How to Turn Suffering into
Joy." Everyone is invited to attend the
5:30 p.m. program.

Donate today...
The Friends of the Taylor County
Public Library are now accepting
donations for the upcoming Spring
- Book Sale Saturday, May 5. Please
bring any donations to the library.

Need help with energy
Suwannee River Economic
Council Inc. announces the
availability of funds from the
Department of Community Affairs for
home energy assistance and crisis
energy assistance through the Low
Income Home Energy Assistance
Program (LIHEAP).
The program assists eligible
households in paying for home
heating and cooling costs. Clients
must meet income guidelines and
provide proof of income as well as an
energy 'obligation. Applications are
available at the Outreach Center
located at 1702 N. Jefferson St.

Chamber of Commerce Board of
The purpose of the meeting is to
give task force members a chance
to learn about the roles they will
play in the structured process
designed to allow citizens to,
discuss and provide input, on
(-common issues that affect their
community, Portwood said.
"The desired result of the Shared
Vision 2060 process is a plan or
road map of what local citizens
want Taylor County to look like in
50 years, including action plans

and benchmarks to measure
progress," he added.
A list of the community leaders
appointed by the Chamber to lead
the Vision 2060 Task Force is still
being finalized and is expected to
be announced next week.
The task force has scheduled an
open community public meeting
on Thursday, May 17, at 6:30 p.m.
at the Taylor County Middle
School. This "come all"
community meeting is for anyone
interested in serving on one of the
four main committees that will

help shape the Taylor County 2060
Shared Vision Plan, Portwood said.
Through a series of public
committee meetings, the task force
will obtain community input and
use it to shape a vision plan to be
submitted to local government
officials for use in long-term
planning decisions.
Task force and committee
meetings will be held
approximately once per month,
with the final shared vision plan
scheduled to be adopted in the first
quarter of 2008.

Morgan appointed to Citizens

State Bank board of directors

Fred Morgan

The Citizens State Bank,
formerly Citizens Bank of Perry,
has announced that Fred Morgan
Jr. has been appointed to its board
of directors.
"Fred brings to the bank more
than 27 years of experience in
business management with four
successful companies in which he
has ownership," Chairman Jerry
Dickert said.
Morgan is an active member of
the Taylor County Coastal
Committee and the Perry-Taylor
County Chamber of Commerce.
He is a graduate of Taylor

County High School and North
Florida Community College.
He is married to Anne (Brannen)
Morgan and they have two
children, Blake and David.
"We are delighted to welcome
Fred to our board of directors. His
extensive business management
and experience will be a valuable
contribution as we continue to
grow in North Florida."
Morgan will serve on several
committees within the bank with
an emphasis in growth
management and new business

: :

Continued from page 1
we improved and that
improvement will continue into
the future," she said.
"These scores are a direct result'
of the focus our administrators,
teachers and students put on
writing this school year," -
Superintendent of Schools Oscar
Howard Jr. said.
"High quality professional

development for all our teachers,
K-12, and a rigorous student
writing effort were the keys. I
salute all our staff and students.
These scores are encouraging,
and I'm especially pleased with
the ,improvement at the high
"I feel like we're back on track
wh.,ore--riiing.,ipd I expect?
our 'l' es o 'rrtipro\e' like
this every year in the

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Parents, Grandparents, Siblings,
Friends, etc. ,-

Send them a keepsake message in our,


Grad Edition
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to be published Friday, May

(Deadline is Friday, May 11 5:00 p

1 photo

2 photos
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Price ,;
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Howard: district 'back

on track in our writing'

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We would like to honor our two Outstanding
achievers for the 2006-2007 year here at

Pace Christian School

Ethan Phillips
who just turned six on April 18, will have successfully
completed 2 full years, advancing from Kindergarten :
through 2nd grade. He will be beginning his 3rd grade
year come our 2007-2008 school year.

Kameron Tanner
has successfully completed 3rd grade and has also
completed her 1st and 2nd quarters for the 4th grade.
She will be entering the 3rd quarter of the 4th grade
at the beginning of our 2007-2008 year.

We would like to give honor where honor is due and these
two students lave done an loutstanding job of completing
more than their required lfamount 0of school work.
Xe at PCS are very proud of them as well as our students
and we want to10 help them succeed.

Congratulations Kameron and Ethan
on a job well done!
,. ..'.




Lady of

the Year
.o e ,

.:Mrs. Helen Houck will be
Honored Sunday, April 29, as
:Beta Sigma Phi's 2007 Lady of
-h Year.
r::The public is cordially
Awyited to a tea at 2 p.m. in the
Eeatholic Parish Hall.


headliners are

Continued from page 1

nof-hitter scorecard and hat); $65
Jet Setter Set silk hat and
sunglasses donated by Spa Escape;
$49.95 value.
Family Fun Pack (two one-day
passes to the Florida Aquarium,
two adult and two children passes
to Central Florida Zoo and two
one-day passes to. Dinosaur
World); $89.40 value.
Miami Dolphins fan pack
flag, bumper sticker and
autographed team photo); $50
:* Golf pack (four rounds of golf
gt University of Florida golf
,ourse; one round of golf for four,
tart and green fees included);
-282 value.
:: Four one-day passes to
Kennedy Space Center; $152
Two-night stay and dinner for
two at Carnival de Brazil donated
Ey Imperial Palace Hotel & Casino
of Biloxi, Miss.; $500 value.
. Four one-day hopper passes
for Walt Disney World; $448
- *Scene cruise at St. Augustine
(four person pass) donated by
Extreme RPM; $60 value.
S.The entertainment line-up for
It4e two-day Relay includes
performers Molly Lynn and
1ainah Davis, along with the
.abys & Girls Club Choir.
^ Clowns will the Miles of Smiles
flley will perform four skits.
::iAlso taking the stage will be
osh.Noland and Crimson Flow.
:.Opening ceremonies begin
~pight (Friday) at 6 p.m.; closing
ieremonies start at 11 a.m.

f Pace.Chri

Olson: Marina project will

continue to press forward

Continued from page 1
Dinges said the fact that Taylor
County has been declared a rural
area of critical economic
concern did not impact the permit
He also said the state's
ownership of most of the Taylor
County coast as well as the
district's ownership of much of the
riverfront property on the Aucilla,
Econfina and Steinhatchee rivers
was not considered.
"There are mitigation provisions
in the law so they could possibly
enter into some sort of agreement
with the agencies," he said.
Olson said he and his staff will
press forward with the project.
"Our engineers are reviewing the
water district's comments and we
plan to meet with members of their
staff in the near future," he said.
The $700 million Magnolia Bay \

Marina & Resort, to be located just
east of Dekle Beach, is the first
phase of the 3,870-acre
development property owner Dr. J.
Crayton Pruitt is planning.
Phase one includes the
construction of a 25-acre marina
basin just east of Dekle Beach and
a two-mile channel into the gulf.

Surrounding the basin will be
condominiums, hotels, shops and a
marina designed for 300 wet clips
and dry storage for 500 more

A two-mile-long, four-laned
boulevard will access the marina
area from Dekle Beach Road.
While the condominiums will be
privately owned, many of the areas
in the marina complex will be open
to the public.
A multi-laned public boat
ramping facility will be located on
the north side of the basin and will
be donated to the county. It is
designed to handle more than 300
boats per day and will have
parking for 400 vehicles and
Pruitt also plans to donate four
acres for additional parking near
the public boat launch at Keaton
Beach. Another 40-acre parcel is
being set aside for other public
A marine lab and aquarium will
be open for the public.

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"Back then, the city was told if it
didn't take over the costs, the
school board would not finance
them either. It became a child-
safety issue," he said.
"I think it's reasonable to ask
that we all pay a reasonable share
and I'm willing to call my school
board representative and talk about
it," Cook said.
"Me too, but I think we should
go to the county commission
for the same reason--everyone
should pay their share," Everett
"We all agree it's ,a needed
service, but one that should be paid
by all residents instead of just a
few," Ketring said.

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Continued from page 1
Police Department) Sgt. Nellie
Walker trains the new guards and
I've spoken with Chief Vern Clark
and we don't see that it would be a
problem for her to continue doing
that if the school board takes over
the unit," Brown said.
"The crossing guards are not
school employees. They are city
employees and as such we have to
pay them unemployment during
the summer. This year, we asked
everyone to sign a notice that the
city would have a 10-hour work-
week available during the- time.
school is out. They can agree not to
come in and work, but they will
not be eligible for unemployment,"
he continued.
Councilman Doug Everett
offered a brief re-cap of how the
city came to be the underwriter for
the guards.
Ann Hodges'
GuCf Breeze
R9eaC Estate

isia chool.

2007-2008 School Year
Monday, April 30
7:00-8:00 p.m.
Pace Christian School
900 W. Ash St.

Contact Rita Phillips at 850-584-7521 for more
information on requirements for registration.
We are accepting the CTC Scholarship and the
McKay Scholarship and accept students from Ist
Grade to 8th Grade
We are looking forward to serving
you this school year )

Celebrating 33 years!

Kids, Teens & Adults
Tuesday & Thursdays
.* Executive Karate 12:05-1:00 pm
:.* Beginner Karate (8-12 yr. old)
: 4:30-5:30 pm
* Intermediate Karate 5:45-6:45 pm
* Older Teens & Adult Karate
:: 7:00-8:00 pm



Mu Omega chapter of Beta Sig

gma Phi sorority

The Florida Division of Forestry
will sponsor a Silviculture Best
Management Practices workshop
here Thursday, May 10.
The morning session of the
workshop will take place at the
M.A. Rigoni meeting facility
located at the intersection of US-
19 and Slaughter Road north of
Registration will begin at 8:45
a.m. and the workshop will begin
at 9 a.m.
Tie afternoon session will begin
at 1 p.m. and will last until
approximately 4 p.m.
The session will consist of a
field trip to a local site that
demonstrates Best Management
Practices (BMPs). An array of

Burger King



Relay For Life

Friday, April 27 6 pm
Taylor County High School Track


2144 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.



Monday, April 30 6 p.m. or
Tuesday, May I 6 p.m.

Wednesday, May 2 through Friday, May 4
4:00-6:00 p.m.

Call Taylor Gym, Cheer & Dance
at 584-7382 to register or check out our website at


April 30-May 4 Weekly Specials

Owner and Barista Shelly Blanco 201 N. Jefferson St.
New Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7 am 6 pm Perry, Fla.
Sat. 8 am 3 pm Perry, Fla.

Phone: 850-223-2333
Fax: 850-223-2344

A-3 Perry News-Herald April 27-28, 2007

131 DOF hosts

Service 'a child-safety issue'

ow !urselfcaw

'Java cuy today?"

You are cordially invited to attend the

Lady of the Year Tea
in honor of
Mrs. Helen Houck

Sunday, April 29
2:00 p.m.
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
Parish Hall




topics will be discussed that:
pertain to applying BMPs in
various forest management
The general public is invited to
attend with lunch provided by ,
Buckeye Florida. Forestry ,:
Continuing Education Credits will *'
be available for this workshop.
Please RSVP by Thursday_, May-
3. For more information, contact
Stan Shepard, Taylor-Dixie county
forester, at (850) 838-2286.

Jewels is
proud to recognizethe
following seniors on its
Amy Brett
SJessi Brock
Jenni Cantrell
Jamie Jacobsen
April Johnson
Andrea Lee
Brytanny Martin
Kristen Stephens


Teresa NewI mn
Jared Comptan .
June 2, 2007 '1
Ashley Wligge i _
Jonathan Ma uk -
June 23, 2007

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Hughes, Turner

will exchange

vows on May 5
Bishop and Mrs. Tommy L. Hughes of Perry announce
the engagement of their daughter, Edneatra LaVette, of
Tallahassee, to Samuel Keith Turner Jr.. also of
Tallahassee, the son of the late Coach Samunel K. Turner
Sr. and the late Luvern Turner.
Wedding vows will be exchanged on May 5. 2007. at 12
noon in Glorious Rain Church of God of Prophecy. The
church is located at 110 E. Maurice Linton Road.
Immediately following the ceremony, a reception will be
held at Jerkins Community Center on Martin Luther King
'Formal invitations have been issued, but altl friends and
relatives are invited to attend.

New Arrival


= Kalica Jasmine Anderson
-Tony Anderson and Tabitha Sadler of Perry announce the birth of their
daughter, Kalica Jasmine, on Easter Sunday, April 8, 2007, at 2:30 p.m. in
Doctors' Memorial Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds and was 20.5 inches

A-4 Perry News-Herald April 27-28, 2007

Sing benefits travels

with People to People

Edneatra LaVette Hughes,
Samuel Keith Turner Jr.

Hometown groups and solo
artists will be featured at a gospel
sing this Saturday, April 28, at
Northside Church of God on
Highway 19 North.
Dinners of chicken and rice,
green beans, corn and dessert will
be served, beginning at 6 p.m. with
the sing following at 7. A love
offering will be collected to benefit
Annabelle Edwards, a ninth grader
at Taylor County High School,
who has been accepted into the
People to People Student
Ambassador Program which will
be traveling to Europe this

Maternal grandparents are Devone and Teresa Sadler, and the late
Wendy Sadler. The baby's maternal great grandparents are Gladys Sadler
and the late Ralph Sadler. Paternal grandparents are Sharon Anderson and
the late Johnny Anderson.
Kalica Jasmine was welcomed home by a brother, Jeremy.

The program was founded in
1956 under Dwight D.
Eisenhower's administration to
promote international
understanding while building
leadership skills among America's
The 20-day experience will
include meetings with government
officials, interaction with other
students, educational activities and
home stays with other families.

Samone M. Brown

Brown to graduate Sunday
Samone M. Brown will graduate cum laude from Florida A&M
University on Sunday, April 29, with a Bachelor of Science degree in
social work and a minor in health science.
Commencement services begin at 2 p.m. in the Leon County Civic
Brown is the daughter of Frankie and Jerry Cook. Her maternal
grandparents are Mary E. Jones and Maedelle Jackson, and her paternal
grandmother is Queen Ester Cook.
Brown is the mother of Samari and Shamir Franklin. She will begin
studies for a master's degree in social work in August, also af Florida
A&M University.

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Don Hanson
Don Hanson, 84, a longtime
resident of Perry, died April 24,
2007, in Perry.
He was a native of Chicago, Ill.,
and a master welder. He was a
U.S. Marine veteran, having
served during World War II.
He is survived by his wife of 49
years, Betty Sadler Hanson of
Memorial services will be held
on Tuesday, May 1, at 11 a.m. at
Perry First Church of God.
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

'Michael Lawrence
Michael Lawrence Howdeshell,
56, of Perry, died April 25, 2007.
Mr.: Howdeshell was a native of
Minneapolis, Minn., living in
Clearwater before moving to Perry
where he had resided for the past
25 years.
He was the son of Donna Mae
(Johnson) Howdeshell and the late'
Lawrence Michael Howdeshell.
He served in the U.S. Army. He
was a plumber for the family
business and a member for the
Seventh Day Adventist Church in
Survivors include: his mother,
Donna Mae Howdeshell of
Clearwater; his wife of eight years,
Mary L. Howdeshell of Perry; one
daughter, Marlena Howdeshell of

Clearwater; two brothers, Bill
Howdeshell and Pete Howdeshell,
both of Clearwater; two sisters,
Julie Lynch of Lake City and Mary
Jo Erickson of Clearwater; two
grandchildren; two step-sons: and
two step-daughters.
Funeral services will be held on
Sunday, April 29, at 2 p.m. at
Seventh Day Adventist Church in
Perry. Interment will follow at
Carlton Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends on Saturday, April 28, from
5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Beggs Funeral
Home, which is in charge of
Doris Lee Cannon
Doris Lee Cannon, 71, died
April 25, 2007, at her residence in
She was a native of Plant City
and had lived in Perry since 1949.
Mrs. Cannon was a member of
Charity Baptist Church and had
worked as a hairdresser for several
years at Doris' Place.
She was preceded in death by
her husband of 45 years,
Richmond "R.C." Cannon.
Survivors include: one son,
Richmond Gary Cannon of Perry;
one daughter, Rebecca "Becky"
Jean Cruce of Perry; nine
grandchildren; 13 great
grandchildren; and a host of nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services will be held on
Saturday, April 28, at 11 a.m. at Joe

P. Burns Funeral Home, with
Glenn Cruce and John Edmisten
officiating. Interment will follow
at San Pedro Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends today, April 27, from 6 p.m.
until 8 p.m. at Burns Funeral
Home, which is in charge of
Vivian L. Bines
Vivian L. Bines, 52, of Perry,
died April 24, 2007,- at Capitol
Regional Medical Center.
A native of Taylor County, she
.was a member of New Brooklyn
M. B. Church.
Survivors include: her father,
Jim Bines of Perry; her mother,
Catherine Bines of Perry; two
sisters, Patricia Yancey of Orlando
and Mary Jackson of Perry: two
brothers, Larry Bines of Bunnell
and Elleton Collins of Tallahassee;
three aunts, Christine Holmes and
Juanita Monroe both of Perry and
Sally M. Ervin of Detriot; and one
uncle, William Monroe of Perry.
Funeral services will be
Saturday. April 28, at 1 p.m. at
New Brooklyn M. B. Church with
Minister Victor Holmes
Interment will follow at
Springhill Cemetery
Family members will receive
friends today, April 27, from 5-8
p.m. at Evans/Walker Funeral
Home, which is in charge of

Joseph Edward
Joseph Edward Brannen, 68,
died April 23, 2007. in Perry.
He was a native and lifelong
resident of Taylor County and a
retired electronics technician. Mr.
Brannen was a veteran of the
Vietnam War serving in the U.S.
Air Force. He was also a member
of the American Legion, AMVETS
and Disabled American Veterans.
Survivors include: his longtime
companion, Myrtie Walker of
Perry; two sisters, Anna Odom and
Willia Benton. both of Perry; and a
host of nieces of nephews.
Funeral Services were held
Thursday, April 26, at 3 p.m. at Joe
P. Burns Funeral Home with the
Rev. Chuck Carlton officiating.
Interment will follow at Carlton
Family members received
friends Wednesday, April 25, from
6-8 p.m. at Burns Funeral Home,
which was in charge of the
Melvin K. Thomas
Melvin K. "Mel" Thomas, 81, of
Montoursville, Pa., formerly of
Perry and Williamsport, Pa., died
April 24, 2007, at the Gatehouse
Hospice in Williamsport.
He and his wife, the former
Donna Hughes, were married for
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Gosh the fishing was great last
Thursday and Friday, as trout
which hadn't been able to eat, or
even look for something to eat,
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on those two days!
Spanish are coming back in and
I saw one couple with thirteen
mackerel Saturday. The water has
warmed back up to almost 70
degrees after another crash back
below 60 earlier in the week.
Look for more reds to come back
out of the creeks, and back on to
the flats, now that the silt of last
week's blow has subsided. I fished
three days without seeing three
fish break the surface, and then
Sunday saw five or six fish
feeding in less than one hour. So
that should be the trend. -
Look for plugging to pick back
up as the water temps should
come back to near normal (around
70-73degrees) by this weekend.
Bill Torrey of St. Simons, Ga,,
and Monty Lewis of Thomasville,
Ga., fished with me on Thursday
and had fifteen trout with three
over 20 inches. They fished with
live pinfish under Cajun Thunders,
while I threw .an Assassin eel
(Opening Night and Candy Corn)
on a 42 inch leader under my
Cajun. We fished 5.5 6 feet of
water to land our limit. The first
four pinfish to hit the water were
swapped for 17-19 inch trout!
Then Friday, I took half of a
Superior Ink group out, while
Edward Thomas, TGIF charters,
took the other half. I had Tony
Taylor (Superior Ink) Leslie
.Retherford (plant manager Boyd
Bros. P.C. FL.) and John Fields
(press room Manager @Tucker-
Castleberry) and we slayed the
We had 20 trout and two
Spanish, -with four of the trout
over 20 inches long, with one 24
inches, our largetrff All our trout
were 17-19 inches! We caught all
our fish in 6.5 5.5 feet of water
in the 15-20 knot w-i-n-d-s Friday!
Edward also had a limit of 20

trout and three Spanish while
fishing Berkley Gulp shrimp under
Cajuns in 4 5 feet. of water for
Butch Thomas (Sr. Mgr. of Prod.
Communicorp) and Tommy
Baggett (VP Tucker-Castleberry),
and Scott Baggett (VP
Prod.Tucker Castelberry).
Wiley Hencely and Chester Lee
of Macon, Ga., had limits of
trout Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday of last week -while
fishing with Berkley Gulp shrimp
in New Penny. Wiley said they
stayed in 3-4 feet of water each
day. This pair had two over 20
inches each day as well.
Frank, Morrello and William
Wegner had their limit, two days,
Wednesday and Thursday of last
week, while they fished Monday
and Tuesday and had three or four
fish each day. Frank fished with
Berkley Gulp shrimp each day in
6-8 feet of water.
On Saturday, David, Peng, and
Calvin picked up 5 keeper trout,
numerous shorts, around a half
dozen blues and a couple of short
cobia. The trout seemed to be
pretty scattered, most were caught
in 4-5 feet of water on an
assortment of diving plugs, Salt
Water Assassins and pinfish.
Jack Turner and his buddy from
Warner Robins, Ga., had their
limit of trout with one over 24
inches long Friday, while fishing
with Assassin's Goldfish five inch
shads fished weedless in 2 2.5
feet of water; Jack also had two
flounder which hit the "goldfish"
baits. This pair had a limit again
Saturday, with two Spanish and
one nice 18 inch flounder, and
landed half on the Goldfish five
inch Assassins and half on
Assassin's Limetreuse sea shads
and five inch shads under a Cajun
in 4-5 feet of water.
James, Jamey and Jimmy
Watson had 12 trout a few blues
and a Spanish fishing in 5 -6 feet
of water Saturday.
I have no offshore report as I
doubt anyone wanted any of that
w-i-n-d this past week?

A-6 -Terry News-Herald Apri 27-28, 2007

Bulldogs fall to Florida

High in opening round

Madison County and Florida
High were slated to battle for the
district baseball title here Thursday
while host Taylor County will
watch from the bleachers.
The Bulldogs dropped their
opening round contest Tuesday 7-4
to Florida High. Madison won the
other first-round game 12-2 over
Hamilton County.
The Bulldogs were in Tuesday's
contest for much of the game but
some costly errors proved to be
the difference.
Top hitters for the 'Dogs were
Nick Allbritton (3-4, double) and
Derek Miller (2-4).
Contributing one hit apiece
were Brandon Mock, Zach
Knowles, Josiah Anderson and
Drew Mock, who drove in two

. runs.
Brandon Mock got the start for
the Bulldogs striking out five and
walking five while giving up three
Miller came on in relief in the
fifth inning giving up one hit
while striking out two and
walking one. Allbritton entered
the game in the sixth, allowitg
just one hit while walking none.
The Bulldogs finish the 2007
season with a disappointing 6-19
record. For five seniors, it was
their last appearance in TCHS
Those seniors include Drew
Mock, Brandon Mock, Josiah
Anderson, Dusty Knight and
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A-7 Perry News-Herald April 27-28, 2007

Gospel/bluegrass music staged at Westside
Westside spotlights special music Pastors Chester and Carolyn Demps will lead a "royal grand procession" r
The MaHarreys, a gospel/bluegrass group, will sing at Westside Baptist o0 church officials, neighborhood pastors, government officials and CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2959 Golf Course Rd.
Church on Sunday, April 29, during the 11 a.m. worship hour. Pastor Tim community leaders from the main sanctuary of the church for a ribbon-
McDonald invites the community to attend; the church is located on cutting ceremony before a tour of the newly constructed center. A freewill
Highway 98 West. offering will be received and a barbecue dinner will be served. Sunday Worship Services
L*j. 9:30 am Sunday School
Tent crusade planned in Perry Events t eneit 10:45am Morning Worship Wednesday
Solid Rock Apostolic Ministries. with Pastor James Calhoun presiding, 6:00 pm Evening Worship Discipleship Training 6:00 prn

will present a Miracle Tent Crusade April 29-May 5 at the corer of
Church and South Jefferson streets. Services will begin at 7:30 p.m.
preceded (April 30-May 5) by a 6-7 p.m. children's church featuring Pastor
Pizza's Puppet Show. Refreshments will be available for purchase after
most services.
Baptists welcome former Marine Corps sgt.
Committed to "life in His service and yours, too," Tim Lee--a former
Marine Corps sergeant--will bring his message to Perry for two services at
First:Baptist Church on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
--Everyone in the community is invited to hear his story "about a country
and a national heritage that many Americans have forgotten."
B:g: Women's Day on April .29
Rew Beginning Church of God will observe its first Women's Day
Shday, April 29, at 3 p.m. with the theme, "Women on the Move for
IObd." The guest speaker will be Evangelist Mattie Jones of Gainesville.
Oihner will be served following, the service.
11 Grand opening Saturday for Outreach Center
SThe ground has been broken, the building is complete and Bethel of Mt.
S 4ai Church invites community friends to celebrate the grand opening and
dplication of its Outreach Center on Saturday, April 27, at 12 noon.

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Mrs. Clera Bennett
Mrs. Clera Bennett Steedley. 89.
died Friday evening kApnl 13, 2007)
at Baptist Village Retirement
Communities after an extended'
She is a na6%e and lifelong resident
of Ware County. She retired from
Spatola Shoe Factory and was a
member of Camp Branch Church of i
God of Prophecy.
She is the daughter of the late
Joseph David White and Rosa Leona Boyd White. She is preceded in
death by her first husband, Joseph Floyd Bennett; and her second
husband, George David Steedley; one granddaughter and one great
grandson; three brothers, Leonard, Harry and Desso White; two infant
brothers; and two sisters, Veda Nettles and Bertha Bennett.
Survivors include her three sons, Henton Bennett (wife Betty) of
Jacksonville, FL, Wenton Bennett (wife Donna) of Jacksonville, FL,
and Joseph Merion Bennett of Cleveland, TN; two daughters, Onna
Musgrove (husband Edwin) of Millwood, and Marie Hires of Perry,
FL; 20 grandchildren, 32 great grandchildren and 12 great great
grandchildren; three brothers, Roy White (wife Geneva), Bobby White
and Curtis White all of Manor; a sister, Margaret Mosley of Brantley
County; sister-in-law, Annie Mae White of Manor; a step-son, Mack
Steedley (wife Jan) of Waycross; and numerous nieces and nephews.
A funeral service was held Monday, April 16, 2007, at 11 a.m. at
Camp Branch Church of God of Prophecy. Burial followed in the
church cemetery. The family received friends 5 until 9 p.m. Sunday at
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57 years prior to her death on
November 12, 2005. Born
September 26, 1925, in
Williamsport, he was the son of
George Melvin and Reba Elizabeth
(Marcus) Thomas.
He was preceded in death
by his parents, a son, William
Thomas, and a brother, William
He was a graduate of
Williamsport High School and.
Bucknell University. He was a
VU.S.- Navy Veteran of WWII
serving in the European Theatre
and participating in the Normandy
Invasion of Omaha Beach.
Mr. Thomas had been employed
with Armour Leather Co., Upjohn
Co. and retired from Pharmacia in
1985 as director of marketing. He
.was a former member of Pine
*Street United Methodist Church.
Survivors include: three
:daughters, Linda C. Schwab of
'Orlando, Toni L. McCracken of
"Baltimore, Md., and Catherine.
,Hasskarl of Boston, Mass.; a
brother, Richard G. Thomas of
'Hughesville, Pa.,; 10
.grandchildren; and 10 great
r Graveside services, including
graveside military honors by
,combined veterans organizations,
will be held today, April 27, at 11
-a.m. at Wildwood Cemetery with
7the Rev. H. Aden Wertz III

Theron Harlow Abbott
Theron Harlow Abbott, 59, died
April 23, 2007, at Shands
University Hospital.
A native and lifelong resident of
Lafayette County, he was the son
of the late John Theron Abbott and
late former Flora Alice "Bourie"
Abbott. Mr. Abbott was a member
of First United Methodist of Mayo
and employed as a corrections
officer in Mayo for 22 years.
Survivors include: a step-son,
John Abbott of Mayo; a sister,
Brenda Farino of Tampa; a niece,
Sharon Brechue of Tampa; a
nephew, Craig Campbell of
Pennsylvania; and a host of aunts,
uncles and cousins.
Funeral services will be held
today, April 27, at 11 a.m. at Joe P.
Bums, Mayo Chapel, with Bruce
Branch officiating. Interment will
follow at Bethel Cemetery.
Family members received
friends Thursday from 6-9 p.m. at
the chapel.
Joe P. Bums Funeral Home in
Mayo is in charge of arrangements.
Myrtice Blanton
Mrs. Myrtice Blanton, 91, a'
lifelong resident of Tayloi County,
died April 18, 2007, in Perry.
Mrs. Blanton was a member of
Fellowship Primitive Baptist
Church in Shady Grove. She was
the daughter of the late Mr. John
Starling and the former Mrs. Laura
She was preceded in death by

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B-1 Perry News-Herald April 27-28, 2007:

Hopkins, Gosling shine

in crime thriller 'Fracture'

When everything comes together for a movie--a
polished script, experienced director, talented cast and
enthusiastic crew--a masterpiece is born.
We, however, as the drug store commercials tell us, do
not live in "Perfect." No film is perfect, but even so, for
many the good outweighs the bad. A great director can
draw something unexpected from an unproven cast. A
great script can overcome an uneven editing job..A great
actor can make reading the phone book sound
'interesting. A great special effects scene or two can help
the audience forget a wave of over-the-top acting.
In the case of "Fracture," which was released in
theaters last
weekend, actors
Anthony Hopkins
and Ryan Gosling
make the most out of
a somewhat generic
crime thriller story,
creating an engaging
and enjoyable film.
The movie pits
Assistant District
Attorney Willy
Beachum (Gosling)
against Ted
Crawford (Hopkins),
accused of attempted
murder after
shooting his wife.
As "Fracture"
opens, we meet
Jennifer and Rob,
obviously not
husband and wife,
cavorting together at
a hotel. They don't
know each other's
last names, but Rob
is ready to take the
next step in their
Ted, however, has
other ideas and we
see him leave work
only to arrive at the
same hotel.
Anyone who has
seen the trailer
knows what happens
next. As he says in
his own words, Ted
waits until his wife comes home and then shoots her in
the head.
When the police arrive, they send in negotiator .Rob
Nunally to diffuse the situation. Yep, no coincidence in
names here.
What follows is a 90-miriute cat and mouse game
between Ted and Willy, who just accepted a position at
a prestigious law firm and only has a week left on the
job. At first the case is simply a mild distraction for
Willy, who has what he believes is an open and shut
Of course things don't exactly go according to plan,
and Willy must decide to'either walk away from the case
and save his new job, or fight to make sure Ted is found
"Fracture" is more "Law & Order" than it is a straight
thriller; there are no car chases or shoot-outs. In fact, the
most action might be Willy waiting for an elevator.
Still, thanks to Hopkins and Gosling, the movie
doesn't need it.
Gosling, fresh off his Oscar-nominated role in "Half

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Sunday, May 6
Tallahassee Artist Series
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Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra
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May 24 -June 3
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Nelson," breathes life in Willy, who has much more
screen time than Ted.
The age-old fight between working for the public at
low wages and jumping ship to make the big bucks
defending the rich plays out without making Willy seem
cliche. While the film looks at the choice, it avoids
becoming a "morality play" in the process.
Hopkins is definitely retreading old ground with his
role as a murderer who taunts the authorities, but he is
careful to make Ted a new character rather than just
another Hannibal Lector. There's no cannibalism here,
but Ted is just as ruthless and cold. He treats his wife's
attempted murder
as almost a private
joke between
himself and Willy.
In "Silence of
the Lambs,"
Clarice Starling
tells a story of her
Childhood in which
she unsuccessfully
tries to save a lamb
from slaughter.
This time around,
it's Hopkins as Ted
who tells a story
from his past. Also
spending time on a
farm, Ted is given
the task of sorting
defective eggs
from the good
ones. After several
hours, he has 300
bad eggs and no
.good ones He tells
\\'Nill-, that he found
a defect or small
fracture in every
one of them
Ih should also be
noted that Hopkins
has some of the
best lines min the
mo'ie. Although.
hie spends most of
the trial doodling
in a notebook,
when he does
finally) raise an
objection, his
choice of language was downright hilarious. Hopkins,
however, is sure to get across that Ted is not doing this
for laughs, but to prove his disdain of the system and his
belief that Willy can't touch him.
While the actors deserve much of the credit for the
enjoyability of "Fracture," director Gregory Hoblitt
("Frequency," "Fallen," "Primal Fear") needs some
praise as well. He draws out excellent performances
from his leads as well as the supporting cast. He
manages to keep the action moving at a sufficiently fast
pace to keep us interested, and creates a great deal of
tension throughout tWe movie.
"Fracture" is not perfect, but is a fun diversion and
Hopkins alone is worth the price of admission. The
ending was a bit of a surprise, but the final twist did not
quite live up to my expectations after watching the two
spar for almost two hours.
Even so, anyone who likes a good thriller, or simply a
"Law & Order" fan should give this one a try.
The movie is rated R for language and some violent

Elan Aiusicals
June 21 July 1
Young Actors Theater

July 27-29, Aug. 3-5
Theatre A La Carte presents
"The Scarlet Pimpernel"
May 4-6
The Tallahassee Ballet
"Alice in Wonderland"
Ruby Diamond Auditoriam, FSU
Thursday, May 3
Michael Flatley's
"Lord of the Dance"
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center

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Monday, Aprif30
Taylor County Spring Concert
Bands from Taylor County Elementary
School, Taylor County Middle School
r and Taylor County High School will
perform in the TCHS gym at 7 p.m.

Michael Flatley's 'Lord of the Dance' will bring it's blend of traditional and modern Celtic
music and dance to the Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center Thursday, May 3, at 7:30 p.m.

Lord of the Dance' steps

nto Tallahassee Thursday

The world-renowned "Lord of
the Dance" will step its way into
Tallahassee Thursday, May 3, at
the Tallahassee/Leon County Civic
Described by the New York
Post as "fascinating, rewarding
and above all, entertaining," and
by the Los Angeles Times as "a
showpiece extravaganza," Michael
Flatley's "Lord of the Dance" is a
blend of traditional and modern

Celtic music and dance.
The story is based upon mythical
Irish folklore as Don Dorcha, Lord
of Darkness, challenges the
ethereal lord of light, the Lord of
the Dance. Battle lines are drawn,
passions ignite and a love story
fueled by the dramatic leaps and
turns of dancers' bodies begins to
build against a backdrop of Celtic
The action is played out over 21

scenes on a grand scale of
precision dancing, dramatic music,
colorful costumes and state-of-the-
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Tickets for the 7:30 p.m.
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is proud to host the San Francisco
Saxophone Quartet, which will be
visiting Tallahassee as part of the
Artist Series' 12th concert season.
A symbol of music in San
Francisco, the quartet will come to
Tallahassee to give a performance
in Opperman Music' Hall on
Sunday, May 6, at 2:30 p.m.
The San Francisco. Saxophone
Quartet was founded by David
Schrader in 1977 and has held the
same personnel since 1989. While
playing the streets of San
Francisco in 1991, the quartet was
discovered by Brown Meggs, the
president of Angel/EMI and the
man who signed the Beatles with
Capitol Records.
Since then, thd quartet has
recorded four CDs and toured
extensively through the United
States and Japan.
The Quartet plays transcriptions
of masterworks by such composers
as Bach, Handel and Mozart. In
addition to their transcriptions and
standard sax quartet literature, the
quartet has commissioned works
by contemporary composers Greg
Ballard and David Carlson.
The quartet's performance in
Tallahassee will include music by
Mozart, Debussy, -Bach, Handel,

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[Submitted by MORRIS STEEN
- Robert McFail Hendry, for
whom the Robert M. Hendry
-Memorial Methodist Church is
named, immigrated to Florida with
: his wife, Martha Ann Carlton
iHendry and their family, from
Georgia in 1852 and settled in the
;'Shady Grove area, approximately
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11 a.m. at. Robert M.
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B-2 Perry News-Herald April 27-28, 2007

gather for 140th reunion

ordained an elder in the Methodist
Episcopal Church in 1867. He was
the grandson of John Hendry of the
Island of Arran located between
Scotland and Ireland. John's son
Robert, Robert McFail's father,
came to America in 1770 with his
two brothers. He served with
Harry "Light Horse" Lee and
fought against the British Crown in
the Revolutionary War.
The Hendry Family, one of the

families of the MacNaughton Clan,
was originally from Moray County
Scotland. Legend has it that
during 12th and 13th century
conflicts, the clan lost a significant
portion of its land holdings in
Scotland with many of its
members scattering to various
locations. Many of the Hendrys, in
particular, settled on the island of
Robert M. Hendry and Martha
Ann Carlton Hendry had 12
children. Each year on a rotating
basis, the descendants of one of the
12 children serve as host for the
Hendry Family Reunion.
The property where the Robert
M. Hendry Memorial Methodist
Church is located was donated by
the Hendry family for the purpose
of erecting a church. Robert M.
Hendry served the North Florida
community as a circuit rider for the
Methodist Church in addition to
his regular occupation as a farmer.
The church was established in
1872 and eventually named in his
Generations of descendants of
Robert M. and Martha Ann Carlton

Hendry have scattered to the four
winds. Several followed in his
footsteps and became ministers
and farmers. Others entered law
enforcement, politics, education,
business, military, medicine and
other occupations. The reputation
of the Hendrys was that of hard
working, God-fearing and honest,
law-abiding citizens. It remains so
We believe this year marks the
140th year of Hendry Family
Reunion. The speaker will be Ms.
Polly Lassiter Cook, from Lake
Wales. In the late 1950's, Polly
served the Shady Grove Methodist
Charge (Shady Grove, Lake Bird
and Boyd Methodist churches) as a
church social worker and
Methodist youth 'fellowship
coordinator.. Also visiting with us
will be our district superintendent,
Pastor Tony Fernandez and his
wife, Maria.
All friends and" family are
invited to join-us at the Robert M.
Hendry Memorial Church in
Shady Grove, Sunday, May 6, for
the 11 a.m. service. Dinner on. the
grounds will follow the program.

Martha Ann Carlton Hendry

Above is a portrait of the six sons of Robert McFail Hendry
and Martha Ann Carlton Hendry: (standing, left to right)
David Asbury Hendry, Alderman Carlton Hendry and Eli
McFail Hendry; (seated, left to right) Thomas Bowden
Hendry, James Madison Hendry and Robert Wesley Hendry.


V' Robert McFail Hendry, son of William and Nancy (McFail)
-Heridry, was born Feb. 29, 1816; in Liberty County, Ga. He
died in Taylor County in 1888.

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April 27, 1972

The school board took the first
tentative steps toward building a
new primary school to replace the
facilities then occupied by first and
second grade children.
The board's action came after it
received a petition signed by
teachers at the school reminding
board members that ,a building
survey in February 1971 indicated
that the primary facility "did not
meet minimum standards and
should not be used for any pupils."

More than 500 Taylor Countians
went to the Outdoor Education
Center (Cracker Homestead) to
enjoy outdoor pit cooking, riding,

bike racing and to view exhibits on
how our forefathers lived and
Foods and refreshments were .
provided by Buckeye Cellulose,
Corporation and included -fresh
corn on the cob for roasting,
hamburgers and the "makiris" for
shish-ke-bobs--beefsteak, onions,
peppers and tomatoes.

John Edmond Wadsworth, son
of Mrs. Mary E. Black of Perry,
was the recipient of the University
of Florida Alumni Scholarship
presented at the annual scholarship
banquet at the Perry Elks Club..

Michael Cruise was honored
with a birthday party in celebration
of his fifth birthday at the home of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Cruise on Ellison Road. Sharing
the good time were guests Laurie
Hendry, David Heartsfield, Joey
Sanders, Brad Cade, Janet
Sanders, Kenneth Cruise, Kim
Scarvey and Laurie Scarvey.

April Davonne Knight
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Knight
announced the birth of a daughter,
April Davonne, born April 6, in
Doctors' Memorial Hospital,
weighing 8 pounds, 2 and 1/4
ounces at birth.
Joey Susan Sessions
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Sessions
Jr. announced the birth of a
daughter, Joey Susan, on April 15,
in Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.

Reunions abound in our lives and have the
unique ability to make .you ask the question,
"Where did the years go?" My elder relatives are
gone now and I have become the ."older
:generation" of the family and I still have not
found the answer to the question. But, I continue
'.to enjoy the traditional reunion even if it does'
point to the fact that I am indeed growing older
every year.
Our family held annual reunions for the Taylor
side (Mama's family) all during my growing up
years. I remember them as a time of betmg
squashed tightly when hugged by aunts and
uncles who would declare every year, "You are
growing so fast. why I remember when you were
just a tiny baby." As I was moved along the line
and all the hugs were distributed I felt like rpy.
smile was on the verge of cracking. But, finally
came to the last adult relative and with a shout
of joy I was free to join the cousins for a day .of
These gatherings were not the small family get-
together by no means since Granddaddy Taytids:
large family of 20-plus children had followed his
example by producing a healthy number -of
offspring. The location was passed from :one
sibling to the next. It was an adventure wherever
it was held. but my favorite locations were Uncle:
Jack -and Aunt Grace. 'Uncle Jim and Aunt
Mamie, and Uncle Dewey and Aunt Margaret. Of
the- three:-no two-were-alike but.I loved them all
the same.
Aunt Grace was the oldest child and was also,
the smallest in stature, ruling the family with.a
gentle touch and a soft voice. She and Uncle
Jack lived on a small farm in Lenox, Ga., just a
few miles from her birthplace, Nashville. Talk
was that Aunt Grace came into the world on a
cold January morning weighing less than two
pounds. Babies were born at home during those.
days and neonatal care was years in the future,..
but Aunt Grace survived the cold winter and
went 6n to be a beloved music teacher with-the
public school system. She was also a superb
cook. Reunions at her house meant tables loaded
with home-grown vegetables, pies and cakes
made from fruits grown on the farm. When we
arrived early in the morning we were treated to
homemade biscuits filled with syrup that Uncle
Jack had made himself served with fresh-cured
ham, bacon or sausage. Pitchers of milk straight
from the family cow were cooled and waiting to
wash all the delicious food down. And that was
just the beginning of the day that included a
spread fit for a king at lunch time. When the day
came to. a close, the Leggett family headed back
toward Perry and the smell of the food remained
with us, thanks to the large basket of leftovers
packed snugly in the back of the car.
Aunt Mamie and Uncle Dewey were both city
dwellers, one in Panama City and the other in
Jacksonville, so their turn at the reunion
afforded me a chance to see the "city lights." The
trip to their houses was almost as exciting as the
actual reunion for me. My neck was stiff for days
afterward from gazing at the tall buildings ari
straining to see what was underneath the high
bridges as we passed over. Although the scenery
was different, the love passed around among
relatives and the food shared was entirely the
I attended the 45th class reunion of my
graduating class in Mayo this past Saturday
night. It too was a time to exchange hugs and
exclaim, "Where did the years go?"
Much to my delight I am invited to the Taylor
County High School Class of 1962 reunion to be
held this Saturday at Wakulla Springs. I am
giddy with excitement to see former classmates
that I have not seen in close to 47 years, having
moved to Mayo at the age of 15. I feel sure it will
also be a time to exchange hugs and look at each
other with the eyes of memory from a time past.
Sounds pretty cool to me to be seen as a teenager
again, even if we know it's not true. But hey, this
is our 45th only comes around once,
it's a time to be enjoyed to the fullest.
SDelores L. Walker can be reached at



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


B-4 Perry News-Herald Aprld 27-28, 2007

Small ads..


7Auction, 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 Mqsley
HIl1 Rd) Turn right, go about 8 miles on
ght.-AU691-Col.Ron Cox AB2490.
I13-4/27 *_.______


Moving Sale, Saturday 4orm-:7 a.mi to 1
.am. Everything must gol 113 Leon St.'
Lots of items including furniture
Rain or Shine, Super Deluxe Spring
Leaning Carport Sale. 103 Osceola (off
plantation) Saturday, April 28th 8:30 a.m.
t6 1:30 p.m. Early birds will pay DOUBLE.
True Trash-to-treasure sale
Neighborhood yard sale Saturday, April,
2Pth 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. All of S, Fair Rd.
Behind B.P. station off of Reddick. Follow.
signs. Thanks. .
4/27 ,-
SUNDAYI Too many items to listl 1309
South Center Street. 1 block north qf Old.
Dixie Highway/Center Street.
SUNDAY! 8:30 a.m. to ? -Computer.
Clothes, games, glassware, new & used
Items. 304 E. Drew Street. Corner of
Yard Sale, Fri & Sat Sadler Drum 42V9
US 98 W. Buffet, queen mattress, leather
recliner, bamboo coffee & end table,
washers, dryers, electric stove, wood bed.
Yard Sale, Saturday 8 a m to 2 p.m. 229
Black Oak Rd. (around deadman curves
i.Leisure Retreats) Look for signs.
4127 .
Spring leaningSale! Saturday, April 28,
8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Baby items, toys, misc.,
clothes-boys, ladies. & maternity, and
large office desk. 202 E. Veterans Dr.
Big Yard Sale! May 4 5. & 6th 8 a m.- till.
16696 Beach Road. 1/2 mile past
Deadman's Curve. Electrical, plumbing,
household items, sander, saws. wood craft
& other assorted stuff. Something for



1998 S-10 Chev. Blazer. Fully loaded
$4,000 0.B.0. Call 838-1210.
For Sale:' 1980 Chevy Impala. Call 584,'
1996 Ford Probe, good condition. $4,000.
Call 584-5057.
2006 Toyota Tacoma-4x2 pickup. 13,000
miles showroom condition. Automatic.
A/C, CD, factory bedliner: Blue Book
value. $15,565. Will sell for $14,00000
i~hone 838-2003
=973 Chev. Belaire, call 584-5543.
-4725tfn .
4!or Sale 1997 Honda Civic Sedan LX.,
.Green, all power windows -& locks,
,premium sound and stereo. Asking $3,800
J3BO. Call Brittony at 838-7321 or 584-
; 27-5/4 .

-lare Red/white long-haired spayed
.Chihuahua. almost 2. selling due to
-allergies. $300 Not good with kids.
White embroidery machine, extra
cassettes. cabinet, thread. New. never
-Used, $300 OBO.
Ping Pong table $75
,New Dell computer, thin screen, under a
year old $600. downsizing. Call 584-
4-797. Leave a message if no answer.

SFor sale Chain link fence wtnh gate and hcuse. For more info call 838-2626
-after 6 pm

Twin comforter in white, trimmed with wide
:-eyelet lace. Coordinating twin bedskirt'
:.and pillow sham. All for $50. (Used only
:-.six.months in nursery, Originally $125)
.:-Please call 584-5513.

Land for sale, 221 North between Shiloh
.Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
3/21tfnEF .
Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq,
S nri MA^AL CikmiFnm Bi ildinn C ll O850-

Small apartment, no children, no pets.
Furnished and all utilities paid. $105
week plus $80 deposit. Call 850-584-4551
for information.
2 bedroom, 1 bath central heat & air. $380
a month, $400 security deposit. Call 584-

-JU1 baJuuuO FurniuII bIUuimi ^l a ng.all NI -7
5845891. Pete Fortner 4/25-4/27
7/l9tfnBC 2 bedroom/1 bathroom home. $500/mo.
1st & last plus sec. deposit. 584-5970.
*,House to be moved. 3 br/2 bth. Charmer, 4/25-4/27
built in 1941. Approx. 1800 sq. ft. with ---
hardwood floors and high ceilings.
Currently located in Jefferson County. "
Hwy. 19, South of, 1-10. Sale price.
$25,000. (850)544-2458.

Ready to move in. Very nice app 1800 sq.
ft, 3br 2ba Man. Home .65 acres lot. Rock
Fire Place Rural setting Perry FL. $69,900
financing (866)471-2005.
For Sale By Owner Keaton Beach 2,305
-sq ft. 2004 DWMH on.1.25+ acres, 4
bedroom, 2 5 bath, central heat/air, 3
decks, skirting, gutters, 2 car garage, boat
shelter, heated in ground pool, fenced
back yard. gravel driveway, 2 wells, septic
tank, sprinkler system, water softener.
$157,000 Call 850-'578 3094 for apt.
Beauilul 1 15 acres with singlewide home.
Easy Ownei finrancing. 15k down. 72
payments completely pays it off 5 75%
interest Near gas plant Call J.D 850-
Adult Retirement Community, Shady
Grove, Florida Two newly renovated
home sies remaining. 3 bd/2 lull bath on
5 & 6.37 wooded acres. -Call ,(850)584-
4331 or email titanone@gmail corn
Duplex 1400 Sq Ft. 2-1bed/1bath apts,
wood floors, cent A/C & Heat full
kitchens, w/ appliances, NEWLY tiled
bathrooms, both rented. Nice
Neighborhood $75,000 Call Robert 850-
-4/27 :

Small 2 bedroom 1 bath block home for
Sent Central heat and air. just outside city
limits $325 per month 1st month & last
month plus $100 security deposit. Call
:Room for rent private bath, private
;entrance, living room, small fridge.and
T.V. Call 584-8045..

Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401,

- -Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Appllcantsl
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/FTY 711.315 Puckett
Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equal Housing
8/9ffSV ,

.1 2& 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments now available. Rental
assistance may be available to qualified
applicants HUD vouchers considered.
SEqual Housirg Opportunity. Office hours
are8:0Q-5:00 Mon-Thurs Call 850-584-
5668. .709 W. Church St., Perry, FL 3348
TDD 711 .

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

Westgate Hotel Rooms available for Rent
Refrigerator, microwave. TV w/cable. AC/,
Heater. Everything included $154 weekly
or $40 .daily plus tax (RV sites also
available) 1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy 850-
Rooms available 'at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $550
required $45 deposit, $154 weekly or $40
daily plus tax 317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy.
4/25-5/11 .

Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
Comic Books (cobllectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars
Pocket Watches Diamonds
' v-F.. Postcards Sports Memorabilia ,-
S... Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys
Cal Mak Suthr**d (50)584602 s.. ,comn,

2 bedroom/1 bathroom, large family room &
kitchen, large screened porch & screened
in cleaning shed and private dock. $150 a
day, $275 a weekend and $900 a week on
the Ecohfina River. Call 838-1113.
Horseshoe Beach gulf front 2 bedroom,
nautical house. Large deck, boat dock, all
over looking the gulf. $395 per weekend or
$895 per week, call 352-498-5986 or386-

Jobs available in Mayo. Production
workers needed. Must be able to
asse ble parts. Some physical labor
invol.d.. Background check and drug
screen. Apply at-Workforce Innovation or
iri erson-at Bulova Techndlogies: 125 SE
Swisher Road. Take Hwy 51 South from
Mayo, to CR 357. Make left. EOE.

RN Supervisoi,-,.Part-timefor 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

- Technical Field Representative
Seeking a dedicated individual with
leadership skills. Travel up to 75%
required. Background in construction or
engineering. Must be able to operate
general construction equipment. Be able
to write reports upon completion of jobs.
Wage/Salary range: 160-300/Day. Please
send your resume to Big Top
Manufacturing, 3255 N. US 19, Perry, FL
32347 or email to Big Top .is
EOE & Drug-free workplace.

Maintenance Director
Re-advertising of opening. Seeking
individual with knowledge and experience
in electrical trouble shooting, blue print
reading, basic plumbing, and building
%maintenance. A/C, heating experience
along with repair knowledge for kitchen
equipment preferred. One man
department. Must be self starter. Contact:
,Richard Wisdahl, Lafayette Health Care
Center, 512 W. Main St., Mayo, FL 32066.

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-


Greenville Hills Academy
Welding Instructor
Instruct ages 15-18 in juvenile vocational
setting. HS Diploma or GED and 3 yrs
experience required. Call Teresa 850-948-
1200 or Jeff 850-643-8782.
Therapeutic Assistant
Direct care of youth in a juvenile setting.
HS Diploma or GED required. Call Teresa
or Curtiss 850-948-1200.
Clinical Coordinator
Coordinate client treatment services.
Bachelors and 2 yrs exp. or Masters
Degree required. Call Teresa or Sue 850-
Great pay and benefits with Greenville
Hills Academy. Please fax resumes to
Drivers- Company/Owner Ops
Local & Regional Runs
Top Pay, Home Nightly
Consistent Miles Year Round
Call Chris 866-730-8725
Class A CDL w/1yr verifiable exp. req.

Convenience store manager needed.
Please apply at Ware Oil & Supply
located 2715 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. This
is a drug free work place.

Help wanted Badcock & More. Set up and
delivery. Must be 21 yrs old. License
and good'driVing record required. No
'phone calls! Apply in person 1225 S.
Jefferson St.

Experienced HVAC/R service technicians'
with a minimum of 5 yrs experience.
starting wages $16-18/hr. Call 850-584-

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 Todayl, 850-584-6289
or 850-843-2605.

Custodian (Part time) $6.68/hr.
Field Superintendent $27,248-$31,575
Emergency Management Coordinator -
$24,710-$27,809 Entire job descriptions
and requirements can be viewed at -or, Taylor
Employment Connectiops, 1702 S.
Jefferson St. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County is an EOEN/VP/Drug
Testing/ Background Check Employer.

Must sell, 18 month old AKC male Silky
Terrier, 1 yr. old CKC female min-pinscher
& 5 month old male CKC min-pinscher.
All reasonably priced. 672-0293.
2 Dwarf Rabbits, 1 Angora 1 Lionhead,
females, paper trained, lovable, must go to
very good home. $30 each. Call 584-
4/27 ".


Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks,-
tractors, etc. $100 minimum paid to youl
Wanted Isuzu and Toyota trucks for
export. 386-688-3999.

Wanted: Dodge Caravars and Plymouth
Voyagers. Call Bud Chute 850-838-1168.

Dries in 3-4 hours

Need help? Excellent care for the elderly.
Cooking, light cleaning, laundry. 16 years
experience. References available.
Please leave message 584-5165.

Southern Siding & Remodeling, LLC.
Vinyl siding, remodeling, repairs, and
* more. Ask ab .new board and batten
siding CaHll F owner'850-843-1731
licensed & insured.
Lewis Custom House Cleaning. Reliable,
quality service with reasonable rates. Call
584-9808 or 578-2339. Cleaning done
your way!
Going out of town & can't take your dog??"
Petsitter available anytime. Rates
negotiable and dependent on breed. Also
available, baths, nail trims, brushing, teeth
brushing and more. Call for prices 850-

Yard work for a reasonable price. Rabrum
G. Palmer.' Call 843-4298.

Come one...
come all! JBB

Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
V ;. 305jPuckett Road /

General Labor

Aeroteck is looking for,experienced
Production Workers. Great pay and
benefits. If interested, please call

Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
Yard Sale We buy.. call us! Collectibles
Set-up i 9e8-1 2l t Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S., 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th FurnitUre

4700. EOE


Home Cleaning & Lawn Care Services.
Will clean your home or office, vacuum,
dust, sweep & mop, bathrooms & etc. Will
cut lawns, shrubs, vacuum leaves, plant
your plants & deliver mulch. Call Brenda
or Terry 850-223-2477

Flint Equipment Co. Perry
Has an immediate opening for
Flint Equipment Company, the John Deere Construction and Forestry dealer for the Perry, FL area has
an immediate opening for a Parts Counter Representative. Self-motivated individual will be respon-
sible for performing a variety of customer service duties related to receiving, sales and delivery of parts
for walk-in and telephone customers. Supplies service technicians with parts as required and assists
with inventory control. Must have excellent communication, customer service.and computer skills.
Heavy equipment experience a plus.

Our company has been in business for over 40 years with locations in Alabama, Georgia and Florida.
We provide a drug-free work environment with competitive pay, excellent health and dental benefits,
and 401 (k) Retirement and Profit Sharing Plan.
Please send resume to: Human Resources Manager, P.O. Box 1427, Perry, FL 32348
or email:

METAL ... 3' Wide

ROOFING Galvalume

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.

^ RNs & LPNs

CNAs All shifts

Sue Love, Director of Nursing


Lance, Inc., a well-known manufacturer of quality snacks
since 1913, offers you all the ingredients.for a satisfying
'3 future. We currently have the following opportunity at our
Perry, FL Salty Snack plant:


We have an 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.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits
package. Qualified candidates can respond
via email to or
Apply at Job Service of Perry

,. ,',MM '.I





(850) 219-4



B-5 Perry News-Herald April 27-28, 2007

Free Estimatesill
Call Billy Blue at
838-1307 or 672-0955

850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales

Installation and repairs done at a good
price. No overhead. Direct savings to you.
30 years experience. 850-838-9050.
Please leave message.

A to Z Farm & Lawn Services: Land
clearing, tree trimming/removal, dump
truck services, harrowing, bush hog
mowing, rake. work, dirt. leveling, and
complete lawn service, Call 584-6737,

Home and business, Lisa Brown's
Cleaning Service. Clean it up, sweep it
up, pick it up. We do it all, give us a call!
Home 223-3708 or cell 371-1965.

Brannen's Mobile Welding Services. Call

Clay Swindle L.L.C. (licensed and
insured) All types of remodeling: doors,
windows, docks, painting, etc.
Commercial & Residential. Call 850-223-
1780 or 843-1941. If no answer nleasei

A banking corporation organized and
Existing under the laws of the State of
CASE NO. 06-360-CA
NOTICE is hereby given that ANNIE MAE
MURPHY, Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Taylor County, Florida, will on the 15th
day of May, 2007, at 11:00 a.m, at the
front door of the Taylor County
courthouse in the City of Perry, Florida,
offer for sole and sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash,
the following described property
situated in Taylor County, Florida, to-wit:
Parcel No. r.
Lots Three (3) and Fifteen (.15) of Block
Two (2) of J.H. Parker Subdivision in
Section 26, Township 4 South, Range 7
East, a Plot of which is.on record in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in
Taylor County, Florida, and is a
subdivision to the Town of Perry, Florida
pursuant to the Final Judgment of
Foreclosure entered in a case pending
in said Court, the style of which is as set
out above, and the docket number of
which is 06-360-CA. Any person claiming
an interest In the surplus from the sale, if
any, other than the property owner as
of the date of the Iis pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS my hand and the official seal of
said Court, this 16TH day of April, 2007.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
By: MartllLavalle
Deputy Clerk
4/20, 4/27

leave message. Over 20 years of In the Circuit Court of the 3rd Judicial
experience Circuit, in and for Taylor County, Florida
37tfnPCS.r General Jurisdiction Division
37tfnCS Case No: 06-614 CA
The Bank of New York as Trustee for the
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care. Certificateholders of Cwabs, Inc. Asset-
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We backed note series 2006-SD2 Plaintiff, vs.
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280. Carl M. Powell; unknown spouse of Carl
Firewood for sale. M. Powell if any; any and all unknown
tff1 o parties claiming by, through, under, and
against the herein named Individual
Defendant(s) who are not be
Home Repairs. Carpentry, framing & dead .or alive, whether said unknown
finish; roof, concrete, block, 'painting, parties may claim an interest as
pressure washing, ceramic tile & more. spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees or
Call Buddy at Home 223-2342 or Cell 843- other claimants; John Doe and Jane
0742.' Doe as unknown tenants in possession.
4/13-4/27 Defendant(s).
Notice of Foreclosure Sale
Notice is hereby given pursuant to a
Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure
TumboughLawnService dated April 10, 2007 entered in Civil
We cut small limbs! Case No. 06-614 CA of the Circuit Court
Licensed. 850-223-1148 of the 3rd Judicial Circuit in and for Taylor
3/28-4/27 County, Perry, Florida, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at the
west door of the Courthouse at the
Taylor County Courthouse located at
M 0 M & P O108 North Jefferson Street, 1st Floor in
LAWN SERVICES Perry, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on the 12th
(850)843-7579 day of June, 2007 the following
9/1tf described property as set forth in said
Summary Final Judgment, to-wit:
Commence at the NW corner of
Tractor services needed? Field mowing, Section 35 township 4 south range 7
food plots or disking, give me a call! .Ask east, and run east along the center line
for Frank 584-4956. of Folsom Street 1288 feet; run south 00
4/l427T .1, --degrees 14, nutes 25 seconds west,
4/6 TO27' 1t -'- < .... minutes 40 seconds west west 470 feet
S for a point of beginning; thence run
The Handyman experts LLC, honest work! north 89 degrees 34 minutes 20 seconds
Affordable, professional, licensed and west 122.5 feet, run north 00 degrees 21
insured. Specializing in house painting, minutes 40 seconds east 100 feet, run
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home south 89 degrees 34 minutes 20
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and seconds east 122.5 feet, run south 00
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic degrees 21 minutes 40 seconds west
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or 100 feet to the point of beginning.
S838-6077 25years. Less and except: Commence at the
838-6077. intersection of the center line of Folsom
ffJM - street with the center line of Buffalo Drive

Babysitting services provided at my home in Section 35, township 4 south; range 7
or yours: After 5'p.m. andvn weekends. east, Taylor County, Florida and run
or yours. After 5 p.m. and n weekends south 00 degrees 09' east along the
Very positive environment and good center line of Buffalo Drive 820.81 feet,
Christian woman. Prices negotiable. thence leaving said center line run south
Please call 850-672-2061 anytime. 89 degrees 59' 22" west 25.0 feet to the
4/25tfrl west right of way of Buffalo Drive,
thence south 00 degrees 09' east 300.05
Family Counseling Center located at feet to the point of beginning, from said
Crosspoint Baptist Fellowship. 920 point of beginning run west 25.07 feet,
r int Baptist eFlowsrida. Tuesday thence northwesterly along a curve
Courtney Road, Perry, Florida. Tuesday concave to the northwest;-having a
1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Dr. Sylvia Tomberlin, radius of 25.0 feet; through central angel
Director.- Counseling -services. .For of 90 degrees 09'; for an arc distance of
appointments & fees call: (850) 508-6877. 39.34 feet; thence south 00 degrees 09'
4/25-6/29 east 25.07 feet to the point of beginning,
containing 0.0041 acre, more or less,
Southern Siding & Remodeling, LLC. together with a 1983 double-wide
Vinyl siding, remodeling, repairs, and mobile home, V IN #'s
more. Call Jay Swindle, owner 850-843- GAFL2BC32340696.
1731 licensed & insured. Any person claiming an interest in the
4/25-6/29 surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date of
the Is pendens, must file a claim within
S 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 13 day of April, 2007
|I Annie Mae Murphy
||, ~ oO u Clerk of the Circuit Court
11 | By: Marti LaValle
IlIn+ .1 ~ Deputy Clerk
JoinJ t Ihe 4/27,5/4


Early Bird 6 p.m.
Regular 7 p.m.

Shrine Club
(Hwy. 19 North) 584-2434
*Must be 18 yrs. or older

Lauren Lilliott

Elaine Aman
Customer Service Manager

Come by or give us a call for
all your Auto & Home
Insurance Needs

13i06-A S
rso .

Notice is hereby given pursuant to
Section 2.13 of the City Charter of the
City of Perry, Florida, that Ordinance No.
836 was ADOPTED by the City Council
on April 24, 2007.
Robert A. Brown Jr.,
City Manager
Emily Weed Ketring
4/27 I




Swann Bonding Agency
"Where Everyday Is Springtime"
107 N.
Jefferson St. 584 2757

In the Circuit Court of the Third Judicial
Circuit in and for Taylor County, Florida,
Civil Action.
Case No.: 2006-636-CA
Chase Home Finance, LLC, Plaintiff, vs.
Joseph W. Stager SR, et al,
Notice of Rescheduled Foreclosure Sale
Notice is hereby given pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale
dated April 11, 2007 and entered in
Case NO. 2006-636-CA of the Circuit
Court of the Third Judicial Circuit in aid
for Taylor County, Florida wherein Chase
Home Finance, LLC, is the Plaintiff and
Joseph W. Stager SR; Beverly A. Stager;
Tenant #1 N/K/A Beverly Stager are the
Defendants, I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at 108 N. Jefferson
Street on the front steps of the Taylor
County Courthouse at 11:00 a.m., on
the 15th day of May, 2007, the following
described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
Beginning at the southwest corner of the
northwest quarter of the southeast
quarter of section 18, township 4 south,
range 8 east, Taylor County, Florida and
run west along the forty line 370.40 feet,
thence run N,45 degrees 37 minutes 18
seconds E along the approximate
centerline of a county graded road
238.83 feet. thence run N 22 degrees 26
minutes 38 seconds E alortg sold
approximate centerline 166.75 feet,
thence run N 87 degrees 21 minutes 41
seconds E 552.03 feet, thence run S 03
degrees 24 minutes 31 seconds W
346.77 feet to a point on the south
boundary of said northwest quarter of
the southeast quarter, thence run S 89
degrees 56 minutes 26 seconds W
along the forty line 394.79 feet to the
point of beginning.
Less and except the following portion;
as described In warranty deed
recorded in O.R. Book 271, page 673,
of the Official Records of Taylor County,
Commence at the southwest corner of
the northwest quarter of the southeast
quarter of section 18, township 4 south,
range 8 east, for a point of beginning;
thence run west 370.40 feet to the
center line of county graded road;
thence run north 45 degrees 37 minutes
18 seconds east along center line
236.83 feet, thence run north 22
degrees 26 minutes 38 seconds east
166.75 feet thence run east to the forty
line of the above mentioned quarter,
thence run south along the forty line to
the point of beginning.
Together with that certain mobile home
located thereon, serial numbers
339166N7446A & 339166N7446B.
A/K/A 1284 Helen.Street, Perry, FL 32347
Any person claiming oan Interest in the
surplus from the sale, If any, other than
the property owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must file a claim within
sixty (60) days after the sale.
Witness my hand and the seal of this
court on April 13, 2007.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lavelle
Deputy Clerk.
4/27, 5/4

CASE NO. 06-360-CA
A banking corporation organized and
Existing under the laws of the State of
Florida, Plaintiff, -vs- ESTATE OF DAVID
-WATKINS,-etal, Defendant.
NOTICE Is hereby given that ANNIE MAE
MURPHY, Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Taylor County, Florida, will on the 15th
day of May, 2007, at 11:00 a.m. at the
front door of the Taylor County
courthouse in the City of Perry, Florida,
offer for sale and sell at public outcry to
the highest and best bidder for cash,
the following described property
situated in Taylor County, Florida, to-wit:
Parcel No. Lots Three (3) and Fifteen
(15) of Block Two (2) of J.H. Parker
Subdivision in Section 26, Township 4
South, Range 7 East, a Plat of which is on
record in the Office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court in Taylor County, Florida,
and is a subdivision to the Town of Perry,
Florida pursuant to the Final Judgment of
Foreclosure entered in a case pending
in said Court, the'style of which Is as set
out above, and the docket number of
which is 06-360-CA. Any person claiming
an interest in the surplus from the sale, if
any, other than the property owner as
of the date of the lis pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS my hand and the official seal of
said Court, this 16TH day of April, 2007.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk,
4/27, 5/4

Notice Is hereby given to Melvin Keith
Simmons unless payment is made on
1974 Chevrolet VIN: CCV144A129530 for
towing service on April 7, 2007. Vehicle
will be auctioned on the 16th day of
May, 2007 at 10 a.m. at Thomas '
Chevrolet, 2128 Hwy 19 S, Perry, FL.

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Need exercise?

What about a few laps

around the track tonight? b

"The Roseheads want to thank everyone for number of other important reminders about California

supporting their Relay For Lite team, said Cheryl
Gregory, captain, and Patricia Lindsey, co-captain.
"The community has bought tickets on prizes,
donated prizes, bought things at our yard sale, ordered
cakes and bought our other homemade goods,
Visit 'California' at
Relay For Life;
cake walk begins early
supported breast cancer awareness, ate at Pizza Hut on
our 'fund-raising' night, and ordered luminaria through
our team. Community support has been so very
generous that we increased our goal and fully expect to
reach it. Without your support, none of this would be
possible. We appreciate the warm and generous
support of our community."
The team will represent California in the 2007 theme
of Relay Around America and thereby are "Raisin'
Money For a Cure."
"We chose California because the Red Hat Society
started in Fullerton, Calif., on April 25, 1988. Sue
Ellen Cooper is the founder and Exalted Queen Mother
of the entire Red Hat Society," reminded Lindsey. "A

will also be included at our campsite. we invite
everyone to come see us the evening of Friday, April
27, at the Taylor County High School track," added
The drawing. for the winners of the three prizes
'(gold, groceries and gas) will be held at Relay and
announced that evening.
Laura Taylor and Cookie Workman remind everyone
that "the team's cake walk will be held early that
evening. For $1, you might Win your choice of cakes
and other baked goods available. Be sure to be there!
We had a great time last year and look forward to
another fun time this year. Thank you for helping us
raise money for the American Cancer Society."
Survivors' lap begins
at 6 p.m.;
luminaria ceremony at dark
As a reminder: Taylor County's Relay For Life
begins tonight (Friday, April 27) at the Taylor County
High School track. The survivors' lap is 6 p.m., the
luminaria ceremony is just after dark. The closing
ceremony is Saturday at 11 a.m.

Planning a wedding

If there's a wedding in your future, then there are
lists of things to do, people to call, decisions to make.
Joanna and Rick Ter Maat of The Timbers in Perry
offer this list for brides-to-be to consider, reminding
that staying organized and meeting deadlines are
pivotal to successful planning.
While some couples plan weddings 18 months to
two years in advance, many facilities won't allow
reservations for your wedding any earlier than nine
ihonths in advance.
: Here are the pre-hiring activities which the Ter
Maats suggest:
: Complete guest list including addresses and phone
: Decide on type of wedding and determine color
Finalize budget;
Choose wedding party;

Consider hiring a wedding planner;
Determine ceremony site;
Determine reception site;
Reserve hotel rooms for out-of-town guests;
Select photographer;
Select band/musician/disc jockey;
*.Select ceremony musician;
Shop for and order wedding gown;
Shop for and order bridesmaids' dresses;
Select hair and make-up artist (schedule trial run);
Select florist;
Send out "Save the Date" and reservation forms
(six months prior, to wedding);
Order invitations/stationery/announcements;
Confirm rehearsal time;
Meet with caterer, plan menu;
Plan honeymoon;
Arrange wedding day transportation. Enjoy!

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9 a.m. 1 p.m. (as long as supplies last)
April 28, 2007

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C-2 Perry News-Herald April 27-28, 2007

Spring clean

and make $$
Turn this year's annual spring
cleaning chore into a profitable
routine. Instead of fearing the mop
and dust towel, make a game out
of going through your things,
cleaning out your closet and
rearranging your furniture. From
under your sofa cushions to your
CD collection, look for lost
treasures -- or perhaps discover
new ones. With more than $10
billion in loose change sitting idle
across the U.S. you're already
sitting on hidden riches.
Consider these tips to help turn
your spring cleaning chore into a
spring cleaning treasure hunt:
1. Declutter: Don't limit your
decluttering to the usual garage,
basement and attic. Look at the
common areas, such as drawers,
cupboards and places where things
tend to go that we think we'll get to
later. Divide clutter into boxes
marked "keep," "donate," "sell"
and "throw out" -- even though
you, don't want it, someone else
might. Hold a garage sale or sell it
online, you never know, that old
comic book might complete
someone else's collection.
2. Clear out the storage unit:
Sort through old boxes you've had
in storage and determine if the
contents are worth keeping and
why they're important. If you clear
out enough, who knows, you may
not need a storage unit or the
accompanying monthly fee.
3. Cash in and splurge: Most
of us have a coin jar, but loose
change also ends up under the sofa
cushions, in drawers and in the
laundry room. It is estimated that
the average American household
has about $90 in change floating
around. Why not use the money
you find to reward yourself for
cleaning? Gather up your change
and enjoy the bonus!
4. Sort through old photos and
refresh the family room art: The
grocery bag of photos you've been
meaning to put into albums for 10
years is full and falling apart. Sort
out blurry and unrecognizable
shots that would never go into an
album. Enlarge some and update
the photos in the family room. The
bag will go away and you'll save
money by not having to buy new
S~- 5. Clean up your music
collection: Anyone with even 'a
modest-size collection has CDs
separated from their cases,
missing case jackets, scratched
discs, damaged tapes and case-less
cassettes. Gather it all together in
one spot. Separate into stacks and
toss damaged ones. Not only.will
you find the ones that went
missing, you can take the CDs you
no longer listen to and sell them at
the local music store.
As the saying goes, "one man's
trash is another man's treasure."
You may find treasures of your
own that still have great value if
you put them in a place where
they're used and appreciated. If
not, sell them or donate to a local
charity for others to enjoy. Not
only will your house be cleaner,
but you'll feel good about giving
someone something to appreciate.


Need a tree?

Progress Energy plans free

distribution here on Saturday i

In an effort to promote planting of power line-friendly trees, Progress '
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part of the company's "Know Where You Grow campaign." MEMORIAL A R
Company representatives will be distributing free trees at City Hall this .-. --
Saturday, April 28, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. VE A
The company will give a total 6,000 low-growing trees to customers ..
.across its territory; the tree will include Walter's Viburnum
"Withlacoochee," Simpson's Stopper, Redbud, Wax Myrtle, Pipestem,
Dahoon Holly "Christmas Cheer," Firebush "Calusa" and Flatwoods .
Customers also will receive tips on planting and care, along with
information on smart tree choices and trimming around power lines. Trees -
will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis to Progress Energy i
customers as long as supplies last; limit one per household.
"More residents are beginning to realize that the type of trees they plant
and where they plant them can have a huge effect on electric reliability,"
said Larry Bonner, Progress Energy Florida's supervisor of vegetation d
management. "We continually are educating our customers through the Historic dedication
'Know Where You Grow'program about this. At Progress Energy Florida, Perry's newest landmark--Veterans Memorial Park--will be dedicated with ceremonies
we have been recognized for our progressive tree-care practices with the filled with pomp and circumstance Monday, May 28. Located on South Jefferson Street, the
distinctive Tree Line USA designation from The National Arbor Day park is filled with war memorials, soldier tributes and a sweeping landscape., Colorful flowers
Foundation." .and ornamental shrubs grace walkways while a towering oak stands silent guard.

Six steps lead to successful painting

Home improvement tasks can be
intimidating, and part of your to-do'
list most likely includes painting
projects. As the weather begins to
turn warmer outside, outdoor
painting projects become key. But
don't let these tasks take up too
much of your valuable time. There
are many tips and tools for quick'
and easy painting projects with
fun surprising results.
Step 1.
Look outside and see what needs
painting. Because the rough winter
months can take their toll, look
again at items that might have been
fine last summer. Obviously the
deck is one of the main potential
painting projects in the yard, but
don't forget about things like
housing trim, shutters, the fence,
sheds, furniture, children's toys,
lattice, grills, play equipment and
even the mailbox.
Step 2
Make sure to properly prepare
the item that needs repainting. By
sanding and prepping before
painting you can ensure higher
quality results and a longer lasting
paint job. First, remove the paint.
Whether it is wood, brick, or other
materials, sand to expose the
natural material under the paint.
Many tools are available to ease
this job, Some electric tools are
easy to use and remove peeling
paint from siding and trim, as well
as concrete block, steel, and
masonry, making them handy tools
for outside.

Step 3
After prepping the project it's
time to decide on paint.
When looking at paint or stain
make sure that you find one that is
made especially for outdoors.
This type of paint will last longer
under more severe conditions and
resist blistering, cracking and
Also look for products with
special outdoor properties such as
resistance to fading. Consider
buying a sealant or top coat for

extra protection from the elements
of Mother Nature.
Step 4
Decide on color and design. Just
because it's outside doesn't mean
that you have to stick to the
popular browns and tans, although
natural colors are usually the ones
that blend best with yard decor.
Interesting colors can add style and
personality to your yard. For
example, soft pastels for lawn
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your house and tie in this color
with other parts of your yard, such
as your shed or dog house. Also,
textural paints can add an
interesting element to your outdoor
Step 5
You've prepped, decided on
design and bought quality outdoor
paint. Now is the time to put all
these elements together. Be sure to
read through the recommended
directions for the products you
purchased as some can vary. If you

purchased a top coat or sealant,
apply as needed. Decide what
application process works best for
you. Some prefer using a brush
while others prefer a sprayer.
Step 6
Allow proper time to dry. Some
products might require that the first
coat dry overnight before another
is applied. Proper application will
equate to a better finished product
and sometimes years more before
you have to repaint again. Once
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C-3 Perry News-Herald April 27-28, 2007

Try to put a healthy


The change of season is an ideal
time to shed a little sunlight on
:health and lifestyle habits.
Incorporating hints of nature into
everydayy regimens ushers in the
new season and gives health and
wiell-being a boost.
Consumer advocate, a.k.a. "The
Queen of Green," Debra Lynn
Dadd shares the following tips on
easy ways to add a healthy twist of
i atapre to your day:
.:Drink to good health: Instead
Af drinking soda, try carbonated
Water with a twist of lemon and
lime, or even add a splash of pure
-ranberry juice. You'll have the
refreshing, sweet taste without
excessivee sugar and calories. For
: afternoon pick-me-up, iced
S:green tea with a little honey is a
healthy alternative to drinking a
soda, and studies have shown that
the antioxidants in green tea may
protectt against cancer.
E::: Enjoy the great outdoors: As
temperatures rise, swap a gym visit

in your.step

for a brisk walk around the
neighborhood or local park -- the'
fresh air will boost your mood and
the change of scenery will
reinvigorate your workout routine.
Or, instead of the usual indoor
aerobics class, try gardening as a
new hobby; many scientists claim
it is a great way to burn calories'
Looking at nature's
greenery while yot
exercise is more
emotionally rewarding
than watching numbers
tick by on the clock
inside the gym.
and build core body strength.
Looking at nature's greenery while
you exercise is more emotionally
rewarding than watching numbers
tick by on the clock inside the
Get fresh: Fresh herbs are a

natural and healthy substitute for
adding margarine or high-sodium
seasonings to your favorite recipes.
_ieep steamed vegetables healthy
by kicking up the flavor with
freshly chopped herbs. Even
canned soup gets a lift from a dash
of fresh parsley or thyme. Keep an
herb garden on the window sill or
pick up pre-washed herbs at the
grocery store to increase flavor and
reduce the amount of sodium in
your diet.
Skip the chips: Instead of
serving chips at an outdoor BBQ
party, serve fresh vegetables --
green, yellow and red peppers
incorporate the flavors of the
season into your gathering, and
have the crunch to satisfy anyone
looking for a chip. An added bonus
is that the array of pretty colors
doubles as a natural, beautiful
centerpiece for the table.
Adding these simple twists of
nature to daily routines will put a
healthy spring in your step.

how toattract Fine, Feathered Friends

When. you think of a bird feeder, you inevitably tasty suet, seeds, nuts and fruit inside.,
envision a tube or hopper feeder hanging from the Another feeding option that is gaining popularity is
maple tree in the backyard, right beside the old tire called an "outdoor pet food block." These blocks are
swing. It's a nice vision to have, but a little narrow- made up of outdoor pet food pressed into easy-to-
sighted. While birds and other outdoor pets love to eat distribute blocks. Most are about the size of a cordless
seeds, fruit and nuts from a bird feeder, they also like phone. They are very easy to use. In fact, you can hang
to mix up their diet (much like humans). or place them almost anywhere that birds and other
,. Giving your outdoor pets some variety in their outdoor pets can get to them.
dining choices is easier than you might think. One of :, These blocks are almost always a hit with your local
the most popular "alternative feeding" methods is suet. bird population. Birds love to land right on the block
By definition, suet is white animal fat used to make and peck away at the ingredients contained within.
foods like puddings and mincemeat. When it's used to One of the nicest parts of these outdoor pet food blocks
feed outdoor pets, seeds, nuts and fruit .are often is that you don't need to maintain a feeder. They serve
suspended in the suet and it is formed into a square or as their own feeder! After birds greedily consume the
rectangular block. block, just replace it with another no fuss. It's a nice
Birds love suet, especially those that prefer high fat alternative for those who love outdoor pets but have
diets (such as woodpeckers, chickadees, nuthatches, limited space or time. Finally, you can get yourself an
jays and many other songbirds). You can make suet outdoor "finch sock." This is a cloth tube made of a
yourself out of ground beef, but it can be a messy, tight mesh material that allows just enough room for
greasy process. It's also a lot of work. finches to pull out one of their favorite foods Nyjer
; :Instead, most outdoor pet enthusiasts buy prepared seeds. You can buy them filled or you can buy them
suet products at their local wild bird food retailer (lawn and fill them yourself.
and garden centers, grocery stores and pet shops are all Whether you choose suet, blocks or finch socks,
::igod places to look). your outdoor pets are going to love the change of pace.
:-. The.easiest way to.give suetio ,y.ou.outdoor petsis.... -In fact,.,yQu ,j1ma agract birds and other visitors Lhat are
,N using a "suet feeddr." These ar small "cages" made ne' to 6ou& 'ard and for people v. ho love the
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A recent study shows that the latest miracle drug
isn't a drug at all.
For people with hearing loss, it seems that hearing aids offer some
truly therapeutic qualities. A recent study conducted by the National
Council on Aging revealed that people who were treated with hearing
aids reported significant improvements in their self-esteem, in their
relationships with family members, in their social lives, and in their
mental, emotional, and physical health.

May is Better Hearing Month
Free hearing tests are being offered in Perry, FL, on
Wednesday, May 2, and Wednesday, May 9.

Factory trained Beltone Hearing Aid Specialists (licensed, by the State
of Florida) will perform these free tests. The evaluation will be given at
the Beltone Hearing Care Center listed below, Appointments are pre-
ferred and can be made by calling the office at 838-3000.
Everyone who has trouble hearing is welcome to have a test using the
latest electronic equipment to determine if they have a correctable hear-
ing loss.
Everyone should have a hearing test at least one a year if there is any
trouble at all hearing clearly. Most hearing problems gradually get worse.
An annual test will help you to keep track of a progressive loss. No
hearing problem of any consequence should ever be ignored.
We will also be giving service on all makes and models of hearing

During Better Hearing Month, Beltone wishes to field test a remarkable new hearing
instrument in the area. This offer is free of charge and'ycu are under no obligation.

The revolutionary 100% Digital
instruments are the latest technology to
comfortably and almost invisibly help you
hear more clearly.

This technology solves the "stopped up
ears," "head in a barrel" sensation some
people experience, and have been clinically
demonstrated to improve hearing in noisy

If you wish to participate, you will be required to have your hearing tested in our
office FREE OF CHARGE to determine candidacy. You will be asked to report
your results with the hearing instruments each week, for a two week period.
At the end of this period, you may purchase the instrument, if you so desire, at a
significantly reduced charge. Otherwise, there is no fee whatsoever for participating
in this field test. Special testing will be done to determine the increased benefits
of this technology.

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C-4 Perry News-Herald April 27-28, 2007

Tips for the backyard

(and the front)

How does your garden grow?

In the absence of April showers,
you need to be watering your
Here are some other tips to get
you through May in the garden:
If you plant trees and shrubs
now, you must water faithfully.
Because new trees and shrubs
don't have roots extending outside
the original root ball, water
directly at the root ball---or, if your
budget allows, install a micro-
irrigation system.
Spring flowers won't make the
transition into hotter weather, so
except for heat-tolerant varieties
like petunias, you're going to need
to replace them with flowers which
can endure the summer heat:
mandevilla, salvia, melampodium,
pentas, portulaca, shrimp plant,
verbena, croton, copper plant,
ornamental sweet potatoes or
zinnias for sunny areas; for shade,
consider coleus, caladiums or
Now is the time to fertilize
lawns. A good, all-purpose
fertilizer is recommended, such as
the 15-0-15 with 7.5 percent slow-
release nitrogen. The general rate
of application is 6 pounds per
thousand square feet.

Spring brings

District II1

to Perry

The Perry Garden Club will host
the spring meeting for District III
of the Florida Federation of
Garden Clubs. The meeting will
be held at The Timbers in Perry on
May 11 beginning at 10 a.m. and
continuing until 2:30 p.m.
For the meeting, Bob Bell will
create floral designs which will be
first admired, and then auctioned.
Some 100 people are expected
for the event, according to Garden
Club President Liska Gooding.

I.This boat could be yours! Tickets are currently being sold by members of the Perry
i:ptimist Club which sponsors the raffle in conjunction with its annual saltwater tournament.

Three major fishing

tourneys this spring

Three major saltwater fishing tournaments are on tap
curing May in Taylor County.
The Perry Optimist Club Saltwater Fishing
Tournament is May 5. More than $10,000 in cash and
prizes for the largest trout, redfish, grouper, cobia and
Spanish mackerel. Boat raffle tickets are $5 each (for
the boat and other drawings).
Fishing tickets are $50 per person. See the website

f Three chances to fish for fish and money:

*Optimist Tournament

Reeling For Kids
Fishing with Mel
!for official rules at
All proceeds from the tournament go to the non-
iprofit organization, The Perry Optimist Club of Perry,
,which focuses on youth programs in Taylor County.
The Reeling For Kids Celebrity Fishing Tournament
will be held May 18 and 19 in Steinhatchee. The
annual event; under riten by pro football greats Doug
)- Johnson, W.W. Gay and Donnie Young, benefits the
IBoys & Girls Clubs in both Taylor County and
Alachua County.

Entry fee is $150 for the inshore division and $200
for the offshore division. Entry fee covers your boat
and all anglers on your boat. There will be an
additional late registration fee of $25 on the day of
event. The entry deadline is May 14.
For more information, visit the tourney's website at
Country music legend Mel Tillis (and friends) will-
be hosting a fishing tournament Memorial Day
weekend out of GulfStream Marina in Steinhatchee.
Proceeds from the tournament, which features up to
$15,000 in cash and prizes, will benefit RiteCare and
the Shriners Hospital for Children.
The tournament will feature inshore and offshore
competitions and special "triple play" boat awards.
The, inshore triple play includes the heaviest catch of
all three species -- redfish, trout and Spanish mackerel.
The first place boat will split $2,125, second place will
get $1,275 and third place $850.
In the offshore event--for.grouper, amberjack and
kingfish--the top cash prizes will be the same.
Individual angler awards will also be given in all
categories plus awards for top lady angler and top
junior. The tourney will be held on Sunday, May 27,
beginning at safelight. All boats must be in by 4 p.m;
The entry fee is $50 per person. For more
information visit the tourney's Web site at

If summer lawn weeds are a
big problem, you might look for a
15-0-15 weed and feed product.
Try to finish weed control in lawns
before late May.
Finish spring pruning in April,
especially for azaleas.
It's also a great time to plant
herbs, so look for hardy selections
of basil and dill. You should
fertilize vegetable plants monthly
with a 10-10-10 or 20-20-20
fertilizer but use lower-nitrogen
fertilizers on peas and beans, like

Looking for a good bug?
Soldier Beetles live up to their
name as beneficial bugs for the
garden. Their slender bodies may
identify them. They are about one-
half inch long, red or yellow with
black or brown wings. The adult
beetles destroy aphids and other
soft-bodied insects. They feed on
nectar and pollen, and are attracted
to any garden with a water source:
and flowers. They especially like
goldenrod plants.

Last year, the Perry Garden Club staged a tour of local lawns
and gardens; this year, the club will host the district meeting.

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