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LTaylor County's
employment rate has fallen
almost two full percentage
points over the past two months,
dropping from 12.4 percent
in January to 10.6 percent
~n March, when the county
boasted the second highest
number of employed workers
;since 2009.
i March's monthly
unemployment rate was the first
nime the county was below 11
percent since May 2010, when
ithe rate was 10.9 percent. It
was also the lowest rate since
October 2009, when it reached
10.5 percent.
The county had 8,225
people employed in March,
according to figures released
|by the Agency for Workforce
Innovation (AWI). This
continued a growth trend which
began in November, when the
number of employed was only
7,759, an increase of 466 over
four months.
AWI's figures also showed
there were 976 people
.unemployed in the county in
March out of a labor force of
9,201, the first time the measure
had fallen below 1,000 in 18
SThe number of initial
unemployment claims also
fell dramatically, from 131 in
January and 132 in February to
just 71 in March.
SAmong Florida's 67 counties,
Taylor had the 31st highest
Please see page 3

Surprise in the pot patch:

law enforcement officers

the surprise
of one Perry
man when he
went to water
and fertilize
a marijuana
Johnnie R. White patch growing
behind his home Wednesday
morning and, instead, was
confronted by two law
enforcement officers.
According to reports, Johnnie
R. White, 25, "threw everything
down and took off running."
Taylor County Sheriff's

Office (TCSO) Capt. Ron
Rice and Deputy Rusty Davis
followed White to his residence,
where he was arrested without
further incident.
Additional drugs and drug
paraphernalia were also seized
from the house.
"We received information
that marijuana was being grown
in a wooded area behind a
residence on Harrison Blue
Road. We had located the plants
and in the process of doing so,
set up on it when here comes
the suspect, carrying a water

jug and fertilizer. We identified
ourselves and that's when he
dropped everything and took off
running," Rice said.
Some 34 plants ranging in
size from a few inches to a
foot in height were seized in a
wooded area about 150 yards
from the residence.
White was charged
with manufacturing cannabis,
possession of cannabis with
intent to sell, destruction of
evidence (he flushed items
down the toilet) and resisting
without violence.

The city's planning and
zoning board will hold a public
hearing Monday, May 2, on an
application by the Perry City
Council to amend its Land
Development Regulations
(LDR) and prohibit sweepstakes
centers/Internet cafes from
locating anywhere but a
commercial shopping center.
The hearing will begin at 6:20
p.m. in the council room located
adjacent to City Hall.
The council had originally
included the location restriction
in a draft ordinance regarding
sweepstakes centers; however,
on further review, City Manager
Bob Brown recommended that
the issue be first addressedby

amending the city's LDR.
In related news, the council
voted unanimously Tuesday
night to extend its current
moratorium on issuing business
license permits for any new
centers or cafes.
Reflecting much of the
language used in the original
moratorium passed in January,
the new resolution stated that
"The City Council of Perry
has found and determined that
legitimate health, safety and
general welfare concerns exist
regarding the placement of
sweepstakes centers, Internet
caf6 and adult arcades...(and)
to give the Florida Legislature,
City .council, planning and

zoning board and city staff
sufficient time to conduct the
necessary research to make a
thoughtful decision regarding
the proliferation of these
cafes, the council considers it
appropriate to adopt at least
a three-month moratorium
extension on the issues of all
applications for zoning permits,
occupancy permits, building
permits, business licenses or the
like for these facilities..."
The resolution further noted
that the extension would give
counsel for at least one local
Internet cafe, Mr. Frederick
L. Bateman Jr. and others,
-* Please see page 8

Grace in stained glass
The 144th Hendry Family Reunion Sunday, May 1, in Shady Grove will
feature a dedication ceremony for new stained glass windows that now
grace Robert M. Hendry Memorial United Methodist Church. Donated by
descendants of Robert and Martha Ann Hendry, the windows depict the
life of Jesus Christ from birth to his resurrection. Services begin at 11 a.m.

DCA vs. county

Five-year dispute ends with stroke of the pen

begins next week
Perry Primary School has
announced that kindergarten
registration for the 2011-12
school year begins Tuesday,
May 3.
The evening session will be
held from 5:30-7 p.m. at the
An additional registration
session is planned for Friday,
May 6, from 8:30-11 a.m. and
12-2:30 p.m.
For more information, and a
list of required documentation,
please contact Assistant
Principal Angie Roberts at 838-

Short story contest
seeking entries
The Friends of the Taylor
County Public Library's fifth
annual Short Story Contest is
accepting entries from local
The contest includes three
age categories: youth (grades
5 and below), student (grades
6-12) and adult.
The first place story in each
category will win $100; second
place will receive $50 and
honorable mentions $10.
The entry fee is $5; the
deadline is Friday, May 20. Full
rules can be found at the library,
which is located at 403 N.
Washington St.

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The Florida Department of
Community Affairs has signed a
stipulated settlement agreement
with Taylor County, bringing a
five-year-long dispute one step
closer to an end.
Dr. Kenneth Hutchins, who
owns one of the properties
involved with the dispute and
intervened into the proceedings,
told the Perry News-Herald he
received his signed copy of the
agreement from DCA.

The Taylor County
Commission approved the
agreement earlier this month
along with Hutchins and fellow
intervenors Catherine Redding
and Clint Wood, representing
the Woods family, the second
property owner.
At issue are two amendments
to the county's comprehensive
plan which DCA found not
in compliance with state law
in 2009. The county and

the property owners have
maintained that the purpose of
the amendments was to correct
errors made more than 20 years
ago in the plan's future land use
map (FLUM) when the original
working copy of the FLUM
was reduced in size to the one
presently utilized.
The agreement came just
as the dispute was heading to
Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida
Cabinet on appeal after an

administrative law judge ruled
against the county in December.
The first amendment concerns
some 14 acres owned by
Hutchins and the other 3.36 acres
owned by the Woods family on
Bird Island. In both cases, the
landowners said their property
was supposed to be labeled
mixed-use urban development,
but due to the errors, it was not.
Hutchins' property is labeled
agriculture/rural residential

(with a maximum allowable
density of one unit per five
acres) and the Woods property
is labeled conservation (one unit
per 20 acres). Mixed-used urban
development allows up to 12
units per acre if sewer and water
services are available.
Under the agreement, the
county's comprehensive plan
will be amended to reflect
,* Please see page 8


Local band Broken Trust will
be joining such hard-rock heavy
hitters as Godsmack, Stone Sour
and Seether at Jacksonville's
Welcome to Rockville festival
after the group finished in the
top 10 of a battle of the bands
sponsored by the festival.
The festival will be held
Sunday, May 8, in downtown
Jacksonville at Metropolitan
According to drummer Aaron
Belle, more than 80 regional
bands took part in the The
Rockville Rumble with the top
10 groups earning a place on
stage at the festival.
Belle said the band was
contacted Wednesday morning
and told they made the cut. Now
Belle, along with Kevin Johnson
(lead vocals, rhythm guitar,
acoustic guitar), Tony Parker
(lead guitar, acoustic guitar,
backing vocals) and Charles
Gramling (bass, vocals), will
be heading back to Jacksonville
Saturday for the final round of
the rumble, which will decide

on which of the festival's three
stages Broken Trust will play.
The first place band will
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play the main stage featuring
Godsmack, Stone Sour, Seether,
Theory of a Deadman, Puddle

of Mudd, Skillet and Halestorm.
The second place finisher will
play the second stage, which

(L to r) Broken Trust members Aaron Belle, Kevin Johnson, Tony Parker and
Charles Gramling will perform at the Welcome to Rockville festival in Jacksonville
Sunday, May 8.

will feature Cold, My Darkest
Days, Cavo, Rev Theory and
Art of Dying. The remaining
eight bands in the rumble's top
10 will play the third stage with
Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Revis
and Fit for Rivals.
Belle said just making the top
10 is a victory and a testament to
how far the band has come since
four friends joined together in
2008 to form Broken Trust.
The band's first album
release was the self-titled
"Broken Trust," and has helped
promote the band, selling
some 850 copies in addition to
several hundred more in digital
"We've never played a
festival of this magnitude,"
Belle said, inviting local
fans to the make the trip to
Jacksonville for the festival. "It
is an accomplishment. It's really
huge for us."
For more information about
Welcome to Rockville, visit
online welcometorockville

Perry News-Herald Looking Back......... A-2
Living ..................... A-4
Two sections 122 Year, No.17 Religion.................. A-6
www.perrynewspapers.com Sports.................... A-7

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Martha Ann
Carlton Hendry
Robert McFail Hendry
was born in Liberty
County, Ga. He married
Martha Ann Carlton, an
native of Sumter County,
S.C. They settled at Shady
Grove in 1852. They were
the parents of eight sons
and four daughters all of
whom married and raised
their families in Taylor
County. They were the
progenitors of the Hendry
family in Taylor County.

Editor's Note: The 2011 Hendry
Family Reunion will,, mark the
144th observance of this annual
gathering of the descendants of
Robert and Martha Ann (Carlton)
Hendry. This year's reunion will be
held Sunday, May 1, at the Robert
M. Hendry Memorial Methodist
Church in Shady Grove, beginning
at 11 a.m. The following is a brief
family history, submitted Morris
Robert McFail Hendry for
whom the Robert M. Hendry
Memorial Methodist Church
is named, emigrated to Florida
with his wife, Martha Ann
Carlton Hendry and their
family, from Georgia between
1850 and 1853 and settled in the
Shady Grove area, north of the
current church.

Robert McFail Hendry
was 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 Hourse" 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

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with many of its members
scattering to various locations.
Many "of the' Hendrys,, in
particular, settled on the Island
of Arran.
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 hosts for the Hendry Family
This year the descendants of
William Sharp Hendry, Robert
and Martha Ann's firstborn son,
are hosting the 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

the annual Walkathon "most
successful" with 200 turning
out to raise more than $3000 for
the fight against birth defects.

Henry Brown, Chuck Rigoni
and Edward Williams were
selected by American Legion
chapters to represent Perry at
Boys State.

Wanda Davis was pictured
with baton and sequins,
announcing her selection as
an alternate majorette for
the Florida State University
Marching Chiefs Band.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Davis, she was a former
head majorette for Taylor
County High School.

Members of the Perry Police
Auxiliary spent the day on the
rifle and pistol range qualifying
for the use of weapons ranging
from pistols to shotguns.
Meanwhile, Sheriff Maurice
Linton and Chief Deputy
Grady Murphy cooked
barbecued chicken for the Law
Enforcement Barbecue which
attracted officers from seven

Mrs. Steve Lago was honored
with a stork shower at the home

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, honest, law-abiding
citizens. It remains so today.

of the Rev. and Mrs. Curtis
Jackson on Pisgah Road, with
Miss Pattie Jackson and Mrs.
Claude Davis as hostesses.

Mr. and Mrs. George Fialk,
formerly of Woodbridge, N.
J., opened a bicycle dealership
in Perry on Jefferson Street.
Mr. Fialk said he and his wife
took a map and stuck in a pin
in it to decide where they were
relocating. The pin indicated
Tallahassee but they weren't
interested in another big city, so
they chose Perry instead.

Robert Michael Hooker
was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Hooker on April 25 in
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital,
weighing 6 pounds and 10
ounces. Proud grandparents
included Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Lee Croft, and Mr. and Mrs.
James M. Hooker, all of Perry.
Christina Carolyn Sheffield
was born to Mr. and Mrs. Royce
Sheffield of Salem on April 16
at Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
She weighed 6 pounds, 15

The work of "nationally-
known free-lance photographer
James B. Gross of Perry" would
-,, Please see page 3

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This portrait shows six of the eight sons born to Robert McFail Hendry and Martha
Ann Carlton Hendry. Standing, left to right, are: David Ashbury Hendry, Alderman
Carlton Hendry and Eli McFail Hendry; seated, left to right, are: Thomas Bowden
Hendry, James Madison Hendry and Robert Wesley Hendry.


fight. And that's reason enough for me to
walk, to honor, and remember them.
So far, neither Herb nor Ronnette has
asked me to join them at the Relay for Life
celebration, but I'm sitting anxiously by the

144th Hendry Family Reunion

planned Sunday in Shady Grove







Selective memory kept me from walking.
Cherishing the good memories and
forgetting the bad ones always seemed to
make life a little easier for me. That is why
I never walked.
But, I never told this to my friend Herb
who, for the past several years, has asked
me to walk with him and a group of other
friends in the American Cancer Society's
Relay For Life. My usual response was to
claim I was going to participate until he
called and said he was on his way to pick
me up..Then, I would try to find a clever
way to dodge going.
I can't find my tennis shoes, worked the
first two years. The next year and every one
after that, he immediately pressed the end
call button if my first words weren't, "I'm
So far this year, Herb hasn't asked me to
walk. And the Relay is today--Friday. It may
have something to do with my track record
of walking out the front door wearing tennis
shoes when he pulls in the driveway.
I feel a little snubbed though. I really was
planning to walk in this year's Relay.
Since 1987, I've had a reason to walk.
That is the year my uncle Charles Thomas
died from cancer. And then, in 1995, I lost
my uncle Archie Thomas to cancer. If I let
myself think about it, I'm sure I've lost a few
other relatives and friends to cancer. So, I
have reasons to walk, but I haven't because,
until recently, I preferred to remember my
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I was 22 and 30 years old when Charles
and then Archie lost their battles with
cancer. My initial reaction was shock and
disbelief when my grandmother told me one
and then the other had cancer. When the
reality of it began to set in, I immediately
started to distance myself from them.
I was living with my grandmother here in
Perry and commuting to work in Tallahassee
when Charles neared the end of his fight.
My grandmother put her life on hold and
spent nearly every hour of every day and
night at his bedside in Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital. Every day she would call me at
work and ask me to stop by the hospital,
and nearly every day I found an excuse not
to. After a couple of weeks of this, she finally
asked me why I kept making excuses not to
come to the hospital.
I told the truth. "I can't stand to see him
like that."
"I can't either," she said then asked, "But,
if you were fighting for your life or fighting
anybody, where would Charles be?" And,
before I could respond she answered her
own question. "There fighting harder than
I didn't deliberately avoid my uncle Archie
during his battle with cancer because I
didn't have to. I was living in Gainesville
and wasn't here every day. Still, whenever
I visited, I made sure my visits were short
and filled with talk about the weather
and politics. It was easier to deal with the
impending loss that way.
My change of heart occurred when I wrote
about a survivor's story.
Last July, Ronnette Griffin's battle with
breast cancer inspired me to write a column
about how she found out she had cancer
and her treatment. I continued to follow
Griffin's story through to recovery, and I
cheered when I heard she was chosen to be
this year's Relay for Life honorary chair.
Relay for Life celebrates cancer survivors,
but it also honors the memories of those
who lost their battle with cancer. And, it
should. After all, I found the courage to
embrace the whole of my uncles' lives by
telling a survivor's story.
Today, when I think about Charles and
Archie's battle with cancer, instead of
recalling the suffering, I mostly remember
their courage and how they fought a good

A-3 Perry News-Herald April 29-30, 2011

SRWMD streamlines permitting process

Landowners, developers
and others in need of an
environmental resource permit
(ERP) from the Suwannee
River Water Management
District (SRWMD) now have an
opportunity to obtain a permit
much faster for certain projects,
according to a recent SRWMD
The district is offering an

accelerated permit review
(APR) process, which may
reduce the time a permit is
reviewed from 30 days to two
business days. Factoring in the
time the application is received,
an applicant may have a permit
in hand within 3-7 business
days. This is provided the
permitted follows all guidelines
required for the accelerated

JOBLESS RATE the lowest rate with 6.6 percent.
Continued from page 1 Among Taylor's neighbors,
Continued from page 1 Dixie County had the highest
unemployment rate in March, unemployment rate with 11.6
compared to 20th in February. percent, followed by Madison
Flagler County remained at the County with 11.2 percent. Below
top the list with 14.5 percent Taylor were Jefferson County at
while Monroe County boasted 9.0 percent and Lafayette at 7.6

Six-foot rattlesnake killed

Continued from page 2
be exhibited at North Florida
Junior College May 2-21,
with a special opening day

C.E. Fulford of Houston,
Texas, and L. F. Glover killed a
six-foot rattlesnake on the Jody
Martin Grade and displayed
their kill at Wilson's Bait &

H. Winston Wilkes retired
as the local Gulf oil distributor
after more than 30 years
in the business. A party at
the Kingswood marked the
The oil distributorship was
founded by Wilkes' father, H.T.
Wilkes in 1919.

Mrs. Ira McMullen named
the calf born to her on Easter
Day, Bunny. The mother cow
was only 13 months old and
Dr. M. L. Fleming said the birth
was "very unusual."

Ralph Sadler, local saltwater
guide, was pictured with a
stringer of 30 trout he caught in
a three-hour outing. He didn't
have a party to guide "so he
tried his luck alone."
David Pittman was pictured
with a 9.5 pound redfish caught
near Rock Island.
In other fishing action, Mrs.
Grady Lynch caught a 1.75
pound shellcracker at Pine
Landing on the Suwannee
River and "little Jeannie
Singletary," age 5, caught a nice
stringer on her very first fishing

process, the SRWMD said.
Non-APR permits are issued
within 60 days and longer if
the application is incomplete.
This process is still available
to all applicants; applicants
who wish to receive a permit
on an accelerated basis can take
advantage of the APR process.
ERP projects that qualify
for an APR must meet certain

percent. As with Taylor, all of
their unemployment rates saw
significant drops over the past
two months.
Locally, Workforce's mobile
career lab is located in the
Perry K-Mart parking lot each
Tuesday, Wednesday and
The news was also good
on the statewide level with
Florida's seasonally adjusted
unemployment rate falling in
March to 11.1 percent, the lowest
since November 2009 when
the rate was also 11.1 percent.
The state's rate was down 0.4
percentage point from February
and 0.2 percentage point lower
than March 2010. This was the
first over-the-year decline in
Florida's unemployment rate
since November 2006.
The number of jobs in the
state was up 51,500 over the
year, an increase of 0.7 percent
from March 2010.
It is the strongest over-the-
year growth rate in the state
since May 2007 when it was
also 0.7 percent.
"The continued decline in
the unemployment rate paired
with very positive job growth
provides a strong signal that
Florida's economy has turned
the corer," said AWI Director
Cynthia R. Lorenzo.

criteria, including, but not
limited to the following: they
must not have wetland impacts
and/or require mitigation; they
must not require a variance; and
they must not require comments
or review from the district's
There is a $1,000 charge for
APRs, which the SRWMD says
covers administrative costs.
This is in addition to the actual
permit fee.
Applicants must still meet all
required rules and conditions
of issuance as listed in Chapter
40B-4 and 40B-400, Florida
Administrative Code.
"The APR program is
designed to give premium
service for certain projects,"
said Leroy Marshall, district
professional engineer.

Marshall said the program
was implemented in response
to applicants' requests for an
expedited permitting process.
It also allows applicants to
schedule their permits in
"Knowing when a permit
may be issued is particularly
helpful to contractors who
must meet other development
requirements, such as obtaining
a zoning change or county
building permit," Marshall
Those requesting an
APR schedule a receiving
period--a time frame of up to
five days when the application
and related documents will be
submitted. The two-day review
process begins after the five-day

Marshall said small-to
medium-sized commercial
projects, such as the
development of a department
store, convenience store or fast
food restaurant are the type of
projects that will most benefit
from the program.
Currently, the program is only
offeredto ERPapplicants, butthe
district may look to expand the
program in the future to provide
APRs for other permits. Some
of the projects that require an
ERP include: the development
of ponds, boat ramps, and
dams; the construction of
buildings, subdivisions, and
roads; and wetland or stream
For more information about
the program, please call Leroy
Marshall at (386) 362-1001.

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A-4 Perry News-Herald April 29-30,2011

Need a Mother's Day gift?

Plants for sale by Master Gardeners

Taylor County's Master
Gardeners urge you to mark
your calendar for the third
annual Plant Sale and Spring
Festival to be held at Forest
Capital Park on Saturday, May
7, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Master
Gardeners have been working
for the last several months
propagating, planting seeds and
caring for a wide variety of
plants, including herbs,
annuals, perennials, vegetables,
succulents, hanging baskets
and more. You will also find
some beautiful and unique yard
art created from unwanted

treasures that have been re-
purposed to a new life, said
Deborah Ross for the group.
"There will be a wide variety
of garden items for sale
including potting soil, garden
magazines and organic worm
castings, which is a great
amendment for our sandy soil.
Rain barrels will also be
available to purchase as a kit or
fully assembled. There will be
a raffle with great gifts raffled
off every half hour and other
garden vendors with a variety
of offerings," she added.
Helping Hands of the Shelter

will sell hot dogs, chips, drinks
and baked goods.
"This is a great opportunity
to get expert advice and
information with displays on
raised garden beds and
vegetable gardening, square
foot gardening, composting,
rain barrels, micro-irrigation
and much more," Ross said.
Want to get rid of your old
garden pots? Recycle them.
Master Gardeners can use them
for future plant sales. There
will be an area set up for drop
off on the day of the sale. "We
need small pots, one gallon

Durane Bass, Cindy Wilson

Wilson, Bass to repeat

wedding vows May 21
Mike and Sandra Wilson of Perry announce the engagement of
their daughter, Cindy, to Durane Bass, the son of Tammy and Jason
Bennett of Perry, and Robert and Marsha Bass of Greenville.
The couple will be married May 21, 2011, at 3 p.m. in Midway
Baptist Church. A reception will follow in the fellowship hall.
Formal invitations will be issued, but all friends and relatives of
the couple are cordially invited to attend.

Anniversary reception Saturday

for Cody & Charlene Stephens
Cody and Charlene Stephens will be honored on the occasion of
their 25th wedding anniversary with a reception Saturday, April
30, at 2 p.m. in the fellowship hall of First Baptist Church.
Friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend.
The Stephenses were married April 12, Ili,90 lakeside
Baptist Church. Their children, Kristen and ChaSeltrving as
hostess and host for the reception.

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Tables upon tables of plants and garden items are promised by Master Gardeners

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black pots and hanging baskets
that are in good condition and
can be re-used."

TTI's Green
Thumbs have

plants, too
The weather is warming
up...and the SNAP students at
Taylor Technical Institute have
plants ready for sale. Please
call 838-2545, ext. 231.
Then beautify your home
landscape with. peace lilies,
small and large, $5 and $10;
ornamental peppers, $3;
Christmas cactus, $5 (peace
blooms); Jabeano, $4; Moon
vine, $2; daylilies, $2 to $6;
sycamore trees, $1; Rose of
Sharon, $3 to $4.
One wild hibiscus is for sale,
with a $4 tag, and large spider
plants are priced at $25. Small
spider plants are only $4.
Lacebark elm trees are $1 to
$2; angel trumpet is $3; purple
butterfly bushes are $3 and $4;
Lily of the Nile is $2 and $3
and ferns range from $1-6.
Roses are available in
yellow, pink and red with small
varieties costing $4 and large
priced at $8. Rose Rugosa is
$2, bridal wreath is $3 and two
Nun's Cap orchids are
available for $3. If these don't
interest you, look for begonias,
aloe and pentas.


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6:00 to 9:00 a.m.

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A-5 Perry News-Herald April29-30,2011

Dekle eachck: A coastal resort, Taylop County style

The bare feet of a child pad
out of the sand and up the
ramp to the covered wooden
walkway. The carefree gait
thumping over the pine boards
echoes against the water below
and the structure shakes just the
tiniest bit with each footfall.
Then there's the squeal of a
screen door and "BAM!" as
it slams shut. The child steps
into the interior of the wooden
building. Behind the counter
is an older woman sternly
surveying the room. Salt
encrusted children are sitting at
tables playing games, others are
playing pinball and the sounds
of bouncing dings and tings
reverberate in the air.
The little feet pick up the
rhythm ofCreedence Clearwater
Revival coming out of the
jukebox as they wind among
the tables and then out the back
door onto the deck. Teenagers
congregate in the sun while pre-
teens lurk underneath the dock
and spy up through the cracks.
The child passes them and
steps onto the weathered cypress
planks of the boardwalk, taking
care not to stub a toe. Then
the pace quickens and joins a
pack of honey-brown kids and
off everyone goes, loaded down
with nets and buckets, headed
down to the end of the dock. It's
Dekle Beach 1970.
The Dekle Beach of yesteryear

was a coastal resort...Taylor
County style. Their slogan was
"For Relaxation the Greatest
Spot on Earth." For many, it
Every summer, this little
beach settlement would fill with
those seeking respite, leisure and
fun. In addition to the residents
that made it their home, there
were those with their own
beach houses that came for
the summer and, of course, the
multitudes who came to stay in
the rental cottages for a week or
two (or more) every year.
Dekle Beach Inc. was a
family operation that catered
to families. For 30 years, the
resort area of Dekle was owned
jointly by Lewis (Ham) and
Janie Hamilton and Willie Joe
and Ann Moody.
There were 12 rental
units. The four main houses
were situated on the front by the
water with a full gulf view. The
four apartments were housed in
an old army barracks located
near the boat ramp and docking
basin. These apartments, along
with the other four rental houses
lined upon the road and ramp,
all had at least a gulf glimpse.
The cottages were modest,
wooden affairs, built just a
few feet above the ground.
They included bathrooms with
showers and hot running water
(not so many years prior, this
was uncommon in local beach
dwellings). House #4 featured
the luxury of a bathtub.
The kitchens contained every
mismatched cooking/eating
utensil you would ever need,
including those aluminum cups
that made your lips freeze. An
inventory of every item stocked
was clearly posted and checked
upon departure. There was a

gas stove for cooking, and a
refrigerator. Defrosting and
leaving these old fashioned
models ice free and unplugged
was a requirement before
Other amenities included a
bottle opener nailed to the wall,
beds everywhere and porches
(with rocking chairs) to catch
the breeze. Rules discouraged
use of the rare electrical outlets.
To turn on a light, you pulled a
string from the ceiling. Trash
pick-up was included, maid
service was not. Renters were
asked to leave the place as they
found it, clean.
The decor consisted of
solid pieces of painted wood
furniture with the odd Formica
accent here and there. Color
pictures cut out of magazines
were neatly tacked to the
wall. The management did not
believe in frills, but you were
well supplied with essentials.
Some folks jokingly called
these rentals "mansions" and in
retrospect, they were. At $85 a
week, it was a steal.
In addition to the rental
houses there was a store and
game room, with a boardwalk
extending out a quarter of a
mile into the Gulf. The store and
dock were the heart and soul of
Dekle Beach.
Sitting out over the water,
the big wooden store was grand
central for kids and adults alike
and pulsed with activity. Pinball
was a featured pastime inside,
but board games, books and a
sitting area with tables and chairs
were provided for those short
on silver. Coolers were packed
full of cold drinks available
for purchase and candy, snacks
and coastal staples such as corn
meal and cooking oil lined the

Just outside the store was the
swimming area. At full tide,
the water would come in high
against the bulkhead, making
it deep enough for actual
swimming (if you were short).
Steps led down to the water
from land and the dock enabling
easy access. Underneath the
store, children could be found
prowling around in the shallows
hoping to find dimes that had
dropped through the cracks.
The dock, which extended
out from the store, was long
and winding. The weathered
pecky cypress planks of the first
section were crinkly and hard
on the feet. The boards would
narrow and become newer
the farther down the dock you
walked. Familiar names and
wood etchings were carved
here and there, including a very
memorable set of Hang Ten feet.
The end of the dock was the

prime destination for all who
visited Dekle Beach. At high
tide, splashes and squeals rang
out as the packs of children
leaped off into the deep
water. At sunset, couples and
families made the trek to enjoy
the view.
The dock had a satellite,

the ski ramp. This wooden
floating dock 12 foot square was
anchored about 100 yards off
the end of the dock. Officially,
it was used as a base for boats
with skiers so they would not be
around the dock and swimming
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A view of the dock and store.

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Janie Hamilton sitting on the bulkhead/seawall at Dekle Beach. For the children
there, her word was law.

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A-6 Perry News-Herald April 29-30, 2011

St. John: 101st anniversary Sunday

The congregation of St. John's Christian
Fellowship Church in Perry will celebrate its
101 years of serving God and the Taylor
County community with a "Homecoming
Celebration" on Sunday, May 1.
The church and congregation will observe
their Homecoming with a special service, live
music and lunch on the grounds following the
Sunday morning service at 11 a.m.
Current and past members, family and
friends are all invited to attend the morning
service, as well as lunch and fellowship
afterwards at the church located at the

intersection of Puckett and Golf Course roads.
The congregation of St. Johns Christian
Fellowship "is excited and committed to
furthering the church's mission to proclaim the
good news of the gospel for the edification,
equipping, and commissioning of God's people
for the advancement of His kingdom to the
praise of His glory."
If you do not currently have a church home,
the congregation of St. Johns extends an
invitation for you "to come and worship with us

through praise,


Nita Y. Upshaw
Nita Y. Upshaw, 37, died
April 24, 2011, at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital. She was a
native of Perry.
Survivors include: her
parents, Otis and Barbara
Upshaw of Perry; two children,
Brianna Love of Perry and
Kamaren Futch of Perry; a
sister, Kalessa Foster of

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The family of Jewel Cox
Brannen is grateful and
humbled by the outpouring of
love and concern shown to us
by our friends and family.
Your phone calls, visits to
our homes, notes, e-mails,
flowers, food to sustain this big
family during our grief have
been uplifting and lightened
our heart burdens at the loss of
our sweet and precious
mother, grandmother, great-
grandmother, sister and aunt.
We are missing her deeply.
.. Thank you also to Pastor
Danny Lundy for his God-
inspired message, the First
Baptist Church for the
luncheon following the
funeral, Beggs Funeral Home,
the Taylor County Sheriffs
Department and to the entire
EMT and ER staff whose care
for her and to us was so kind.
Vernard Brannen (Evelyn)
Jr., Vee and Karen, Marsha B.
Stroud, Shannon, Stace and
Scott, Seamelia B. Hendry
(Aaron), Amanda Blume and
Marsie Cribbs, Susan B.
Johnson (Steve), Jinna
Sabatinelli, Jessica Montour,
Juliana Johnson and Stephanie
Goller, Don Brannen (Jan),
Phillip, Jeromy, Jaime Hill and

Tampa; a fiance, Jamal Beasly
of Perry; and two nieces.
Family viewing only is
planned for Friday at 4 p.m. at
Mt. Olive M.B. Church.
Family members will receive
friends on Saturday from 8 to
11 a.m.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday at 11 a.m. at Mt.
Olive M.B. Church with the
Rev. George Williams
Interment will follow at
Springhill Cemetery.
Evans-Walker Funeral Home
is in charge of the

music and sound biblical

Faith Baptist


Faith Baptist Church will
welcome The Harpers of
Camilla, Ga., to the 10 a.m.
worship on Sunday, May 1.
Dinner will follow the
service. All are welcome.

Prayer at 8:30
New Jerusalem P.B. Church
will have a Prayer Breakfast
this Saturday, April 30, at 8:30
a.m. A donation of $4 is
requested. Everyone is invited.

Tidhirt$ Easter brings back 'Yesterday'...

Yesterday returns...
In my house, it seemed like
the "Ole Easter." There was
company that I had not
expected. Nobody told me I
would have weekend guests, so
there! But I fell in line with
their agenda.
I was chauffeured off to
Tallahassee for dinner and a
movie (Madea's Big Happy
Family) and had to fight the
crowd for dinner. Hanging out
with the young folks takes its
toll on we seniors!
So when Easter morning
arrived, there was that
awesome task of four women
sharing a bathroom. The hustle
and bustle really brought back
memories of me and my girls
(five) sharing one. bathroom
when they were growing up.
Anyway, we made it. Off to
church Easter morning, and a
very beautiful morning it was.
I could feel the excitement in
the air. I thought of all the kids,
dressed in their Easter finery,
with the anticipation of
memorizing their "Easter
speeches." Every church's
parking lot was a wee bit
crowded. Easter was truly a
family day.
I thought back on my
childhood and wondered how

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Pisgah Cemetery

Annual General

(for all assigned lot holders)

will be held

Saturday, May 7, 2011
9:00 a.m.
Mt. Carmel Baptist Church

For more information call 584-4434

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Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
Traditional Worship 11:00 a.m. Youth Activities 6:00 p.m.
Choir 7:15 p.m.
THURSDAY Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
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many times I had forgotten my
part in Easter plays and had to
get an "eye" from the teacher to
jog my memory. I used to
memorize all my children's
speeches so I could whisper
them through theirs. Well, it
surely was a day to remember.
I can't forget the Easter Egg
Hunt at Loughridge Park and
when I was told there was a
baseball game, that really put
the icing on the cake. However,
there was no game. Shame,
shame on my memories. Easter
just ain't complete without a
baseball game. Beautiful new
outfits, church programs,
families getting together,
Easter egg hunts and baseball
games--that's what the Easter
holiday weekend is made of.
Pray ye for one another, for
comfort and healing: Johnny
Anderson, Tallahassee;
William Davis, Orlando; Selvin
Lynn King, Lessie Gent and

Perry First
Assembly of Go1j,.

Flora Underwood, all at home;
Tasha Jackson (daughter of
Patricia Jackson); Jean Esther
Lee, Gabriel Finn and Tyrone
In bereavement: the funeral
services of H. M. Thomas will
be Tuesday, April 26, at 11 a.m.
in Berkeley, Calif. He was the
uncle of Annie Mae Porter,
'Crosby Whetsel, Leon Whetsel
and Theodore Whetsel Jr.
Remember Dorothy Mae
Pettway, and the family of Nita
Upshaw, deceased, the
daughter of Otis and Barbara
Come to Jerkins
The second annual May
Celebration and Health Fair
will be held May 21 from 10
a.m. until 2 p.m. at Jerkins
Community Center. T-shirts
are available now in sizes
small-4XL, ranging in price
from $11-$14. Please call
Walter Bishop (584-4372) or
Sarah Hall (584-5314) to order.

Sunday Sunday Scfool 10-00AM
MorningWorship 1100AM
Evening Worshp 6:00PM
Wed: AdutSe*vic 7e 0 P PM
I;NYout & Kid'sSeNrce 700PM

Jesus for all of your
wonderful blessings.
Have you thanked Him lately?

Please join us at
Lakeside Baptist Church

9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
600 p.m. Discipleship Traning
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship

6:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Mission Activities
Darrell Jones, Pastor
Hwy. 27 584-5688

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Keaton Beach

Y Fishing Report

Season's first tarpon sighted

From Wednesday of last week
to early this week we have had a
bit tougher fishing on the flats but
still had some great fish caught
and fought. We jumped our first
tarpon of the year last week, a
175-190 pound behemoth who
blasted a 3-inch pinfish out of
the water, skied upwards about
7 feet and then hit the water and
spun out for a grand total of 5
seconds of fight.
Last Wednesday, we had 11
trout and three reds and released
3 reds over the slot for Steven
Cook of Powder Springs, Ga.,
and Ed Young of Ft. White. We
caught 9 of the trout on live
pinfish under Cajuns and the
balance of the fish on the Cajun
Flash spinnerbaits!
The next day I took A.D.
Whitehurst of Panama City out
and he landed two trout over 25
inches long (one on the Cajun
Flash Spinnerbait) and then
caught five reds with three over
the slot. All, again were caught
on the Cajun Flash spinnerbait
with an Assassin Candy Corn sea
shad tail. We fished 3.5 4 feet
of water.
Saturday, I took Anja and
Bobby Goldinger of Sylvester,
Ga., out and they caught nine
trout on live pinfish under a

Cajun Thunder. Anja fought
and landed a 30 inch red, which
we released, on a Cajun Flash
Here is a bunch of reports
from Keaton Beach Marina:
Frank and Kathy Morello
of Crawfordville had 7 trout
last Wednesday using Gulp on
jigheads to get 'em.
Bucky Wegner and Ed Moyer
of Tallahassee had their ten trout
using Gulp on a jighead in 5 feet
on Monday and Tuesday.
On Saturday Donnie, Timothy
and Render Robbins of Tifton,
Ga., had 10 trout with Gulp
under a Thunder from 4 5 feet
of water.
Also on Saturday, Mike and
Michael Delk also of Tifton, Ga.,
had 8 trout to 26.25 inches plus
three black sea bass while fishing
with live pinfish under Cajuns
from 3-4 feet of water.
David Bosch of Tifton, Ga.,
fished Saturday with David
Vann, also of Tifton. They picked
up 8 trout, a couple of keeper
sea bass, a Spanish and way too
many catfish.
Ryan Ragans of Perry took his
dad Keith and his good friend
Kameron fishing last Wednesday.
They caught their limit of trout
to 19 inches using New Penny
Gulp. They also had a Spanish
and 2 black sea bass.

Torch Run Committee sponsoring
Special Olympics fishing tourney
Register today for the second Keaton Beach Marina.
annual Special Olympics In- Tickets are $30 per person
Shore Fishing Tournament (children 12 and under are free).
planned this Saturday, April 30. Prizes will be awarded for the
Sponsored by the Taylor largest legal redfish ($500) and
County Law Enforcement Torch the largest trout ($500).
Run Committee, the tournament For more information,
will begin at safe-light and end please contact the Perry Police
o aurney to bn m ep fift h nd
Tourney to benefit Shands

The seventh annual Fishing
for Kids Saltwater Trout
tournament will be held
Saturday, April 30, at Sea Hag
Marina in Steinhatchee.
The entry fee of $100 includes
registration, ramp fee, fish fry
afterwards and entry in the Big
Trout and Big Red pot.

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There will be $2500 in prizes
including $1000 for first place
in the 5 trout aggregate weight
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Shands Children's Hospital.
The tournament is hosted by
Shands Engineering. You may
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A-7 Perry News-Herald April 29-30, 2011

Anja Goldinger of Sylvester, Ga., with a 30-inch
redfish caught on a Cajun Flash spinnerbait while
fishing with Pat McGriff of One More Cast on Saturday,
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at tournament
The 20th annual Perry
Optimist Club Saltwater
Fishing Tournament has been
set for Saturday, May 7, with
more than $10,000 in cash and
prizes to be given away. This
year's tournament also features
a spearfishing competition.
Prizes include $2,500 for
the largest trout, $1,500 for the
largest grouper, $600 for the
largest legal redfish and $500
for the biggest cobia.
The spearfishing competition
is for mullet inshore and red
grouper, hogfish, red snapper
and amberjack offshore.
Tickets are $50 per angler
($75 for the spearfishing
Three official weigh-in sites
will be available this year
including Econfina Resort, Sea
Hag Marina and Keaton Beach

'Dogs finish season 17-9

Padgett hits grand

slam in final inning

in loss to Fla. High

The Taylor County High
baseball team lost a tough, 7-6,
season-ending game Tuesday
to Florida High in the district
tournament being played this
week at Tallahasee-Rickards.
The Bulldogs went into the
final inning tied 2-2 but Florida
High exploded for 5 runs in
the top of the seventh against
reliever William Wentworth to
put TCHS's hopes of a district
title in serious jeopardy.
But Taylor County rallied,
loading the bases with one
out when senior catcher Caleb
Padgett blasted a grand slam to
narrow the score to 7-6.
Florida High's pitcher was
able to regain his composure
and struck out the final two

batters to end the game.
Florida High jumped out to a
2-0 lead after three innings but
Bulldog starter Conner Bishop
shut out the Seminoles through
six innings.
The Bulldogs answered back
with one run in the fourth and
another in the sixth to tie the
contest going into the last
inning. Senior Dylan Cayson
led the 'Dogs at the plate with a
2-2 effort including a run driven
Taylor County, which went
into the district tourney as the
top seed, ends its season with
a 17-9 record. Florida High
was scheduled to face Madison
for the district title Thursday

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Dekle Beach in the 70s

Step-by-step guide offered

on the thkills of mud-suPfinq ||


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area. Unofficially, it was a
meeting place for teenagers.
Boys "banned" from the Dekle
Beach proper were known to
show up here to meet girls. We
will not elaborate on that.
Paralleling the dock on the
south side was the Dekle Beach
channel and at high and mid
tide, boat traffic was brisk. The
unlucky fisherman coming in at
low tide would often have to get
out and bog through the mud
to drag his boat in. This would
provide entertainment for those
on the dock and shore.
The management of Dekle
Beach provided these many
amenities, but perhaps the most
important thing they supplied to
their guests was peace of mind.
Parents could relax inside or
go out fishing and know their
children would be entertained
and kept out of serious
Recreational opportunities
for kids were abundant, be
it harvesting life from the
sea, or hanging out in the
store drinking Pepsi and
feeding dimes into a pinball
machine. The clerk on duty
was in a position of authority
and the posted rules were
(mostly) followed. Regulations
were reasonable, but curt.
"Absolutely No Beer, No
Alcohol Nor Narcotics on the
Premises." "No Spearguns in
Swimming Area." "Drip Dry
Before Entering Store."
While all of the owners and
employees of Dekle Beach Inc.
were well loved fixtures, there
is one figure that stands in the
memory of every single child
(and most adults) that ever
stayed at Dekle.
Mrs. Janie Hamilton ruled
Dekle Beach and with the
renters, her word was law.
She could appear anywhere,
at anytime and she kept all the
kids on their toes. Generations
of children and teenagers
attempted to bypass the rules
and walk down to the end of the
dock (or prowl under it) at night
after curfew only to be thwarted
by Mrs. Hamilton time and
time again. No foolishness was
tolerated on her watch and it is
perhaps because of her strict
influence and watchful eye that
Dekle Beach is remembered so
fondly today.
Visiting families from Perry
and surrounding areas were
welcomed by the Hamiltons and
Moodys every year, Memorial
Day through Labor Day. The
Perry kids would consider the
other visitors, from such far
away places as Live Oak and
Mayo, cosmopolitan.
Then there were the full time
kids whose parents or relatives
owned houses at Dekle. These
kids, who included the many
grandchildren of the owners,
knew every nook, cranny and
creek of Dekle Beach like the
back of their hand. Their salty
wisdom was respected and we
vacationers and visitors relished
their friendships.
It was from them I learned
about the joys of such activities
as mud-surfing and chasing
the mosquito truck in order to
breathe in the sweet (and now
nostalgic) scent of malathion. I
could continue with a list
of vaguely approved of, yet
somewhat reckless activities we
enjoyed, but I will instead talk
more about the sport of mud-
This is perhaps the best idea
ever conceived by the salt
and sun addled brains of local
coastal children. First, find an

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suit, then nonchalantly leave the
house and slink off down the
dock. My plan was foiled when
my father noticed me packing
and questioned me.
He had a better plan. We
walked down to the dock and
discussed location. My first
choice was at the end. But
he pointed out that the end
of the dock got washed away
about once a decade. The
middle section was risky
too. However, the first section,
close to the store and built of
sturdy cypress boards, that part
would last longer. And that is
where my neatly carved name
sat upon the dock for the next 20
The Dekle Beach we visited
today was in the 70s. Next
time we will go back to the
beginning as Gus Dekle moves
across the marsh from Jug
Island and establishes his own
beach. Later we will visit the
80s through today. If you have
history or stories about the early
days of Dekle, please share
them! Come by, or call me at
the Book Mart. Or email at

old piece of plywood. Take it
out to the mud flats out in front
of the four main rental houses,
far enough out to get to the good
mud, but close enough to the
store and dock to ensure plenty
of spectators.
Low tide would leave the area
deserted of water, except for
small pools and a heavy sheen
of moisture across the shell
studded mud. Some sort of
spongy, slippery grass grew on
top of the mud in places making
it super-slick and jellyfish oozed
here and there. The gassy, yet
comforting smell of low tide
was almost visual it was so
thick in the air.
Put the board on the wet mud,
step back to get a running start
and jump on it at full speed. You
would take off hydroplaning
for a few exhilarating seconds
before either coming to a
graceful stop, or wiping out and
tumbling into the minefield of
various sharp marine objects.
If you were lucky, you came
away covered in black mud, but
unscathed. If you were unlucky,
you got the Mercurochrome
treatment when you got home.
The pain of this orange, mercury
rich cure-all was usually worse
than the actual cut and squeals
of distress could be heard across
the marsh.
Down on the north end of
Dekle Beach, past the private
homes and away from the
action and supervision of the
store, was Crab Creek. This
tidal creek lived up to its name
and children could assert their
independence by catching
dinner for their parents from the
crustacean infested waters. The
pungent aroma of boiling crabs
wafted around the rental houses
in the evenings.
At high tide, the deep sandy
spots in the creek were good
places to swim. But nowhere
around Crab Creek could rival
the bridge itself for being
the happening spot. It was a
meeting place and kids would
gather under it to find relief in
the shade and investigate the
barnacles. Little ones would
hang out up top watching the
occasional needle fish swim
by below. If a parent had an
AWOL child, a drive down to
the bridge accompanied by a
horn blow usually produced
answering children from out
over the marsh, or popping out
from under the bridge.
My own experiences at Dekle
pale in comparison to some of
the other kids of the county,
but I did get to enjoy this
slice of good. life on occasion.
My earliest recollection of
Dekle is of the Hardee house,
which later became one of the
rentals. In the 60s, when we
lived at Dark Island, we would
visit the Hardees over at Dekle.
My most vivid of these early
memories is running up and
down Good Times Drive in the
dark with dozens of barefoot
squealing children and thinking
it was about the best thing in the
Later, my parents would
occasionally rent a house, and I
would also stay with my cousin
Rosemary when her parents
would rent for a few weeks. If
a friend was staying at Dekle, it
was easy to finagle an invitation.
Rarely would a child vacation
without bringing a companion
or two.
In the early 70s, we were
renting one summer when I
decided it was high time for
my name to be carved into the
dock. I had a plan. I would
conceal a butcher knife (swiped
from the many choices of
kitchen utensils) in my bathing

Ice cream party
Students in Amy Bowden's fourth grade class were rewarded with an ice cream
party for raising $168 for United Way. The class raised the most in Taylor County
Elementary School's Dime a Day for the United Way campaign. In total, students
raised $646 at the school.

County will amend comp plan

Continued from page 1
a designation of mixed-use
urban development for both
properties, but will include
a notation referring to a site
specific element referencing the
parcels and the requirements of
the agreement.
The site-specific element will
state that until centralized sewer
is provided to the parcels, the
maximum allowable density
will be four units per acre and
once sewer is available, the
density will increase to 10 units
per acre.

The next step is for the county included in the agreement. Once
to forward the agreement to the approved by the commission, the
North Central Florida Regional amendment will be forwarded to
Planning Council so they can DCA for review and approval
draft a comprehensive plan and finally sent back to the
amendment to reflect the changes county for implementation.

Moratorium passes 4-0

Continued from page 1
additional opportunities to
schedule meetings they have
requested on this matter, but that
they have failed to act upon..."
There was little discussion on

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the extension. Councilman
Daryll Gunter offered a second
and it a passed unanimously,
4-0 (Mayor Emily Ketring was
not present).


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Taylor students among

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convocation cer

North Florida Community
College's brightest students
were honored during the
college's Honors Convocation
ceremony in April.
Students from various
academic areas and student
organizations received
recognition for outstanding
achievement and character
during the 2010-2011 academic
NFCC faculty and staff
announced each award
recipient as NFCC President
John Grosskopf and Dean of
Academic Affairs Dr. Sharon
Erle presented the awards.
Taylor County residents
Garrett Beach Captain, Nichole

Gold, Joseph Sinclair and
Kasey Whitehead were among
the honorees. Beach Captain
was named the Most Valuable
Player of the NFCC Brain Bowl
Gold received
NFCC's Outstanding Student
Award in Spanish.
Joseph Sinclair received two
NFCC Outstanding Student
Awards one in chemistry and
the other in physics.
In addition to recognizing
outstanding students, NFCC
also named its 2010-2011
"Friend to the College."
Representative Leonard L.
Bembry was recognized for his
continuous support of education

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and NFCC. Rep. Bembry is a
Greenville resident and NFCC
alumnus who serves District
10 in the Florida House of
"Represen.atiye Bembry
knows that this college and the
communities we serve are worth
fighting for, and he has not been
afraid to do so," saiq Grorskopf.
The ceremony is held annually
to recognize outstanding
students and celebrate student
achievement prior to NFCC's
Spring Term commencement
ceremony in May.

B-1 Perry News-Herald April 29-30, 2011

Butterfly takes flight to

raise money for Relay

This year, Taylor County
High School art students are
raising money for Relay For
Life with the help of "Ms. BB."
"Ms. BB" came to life after art
student Lindsay Brown shared
the story of Dona Bembry-
Brady and her fight with cancer
with her art teacher, Jeff Byers.
Byers asked Brown to find
out what Bembry-Brady liked
more than anything else in the
world... and the answer was
The response inspired Byers'
creation of an original art piece
depicting a butterfly.
The butterfly debuted at
the April 19 Relay for Life
Survivors Banquet and was
presented to Bembry-Brady.
Since that event, the butterfly
has taken flight, raising money
for Relay For Life with every
It has made the rounds at
the high school, visiting many
classrooms. It even landed at the

2011 North Florida Community
College Student Art Festival
where it was well received.
To make a donation toward
"Ms. BB's" fundraisingjourney,


you may contact Janet Johstono
at the high school.
Also look for the butterfly
during Relay For Life events
tonight at the TCHS track.

(L to r) Relay Chair Leanne Karstedt, Dona Bembry-
Brady and Survivors Chair Jennifer Linton.

Need a small business loan?

Learn how at May 10 workshop

The Taylor County Small
Business Outreach Center,
housed at the Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce office,
is pleased to announce that
it will host a small business
loan opportunities workshop
Tuesday, May 10, at 6 p.m.
at the Chamber of Commerce
Invited speakers include
Fred Crispen with the Borrego

Springs Bank (offers SBA
loans ranging from $5,000
to $50,000), Percy Goodman
with Community Enterprise
Investments (offers SBA
loans ranging from $5,000 to
$100,000) and James. Hosman
from Florida First Capital
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discuss the 504 Loan Program
(loans ranging from $100,000
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To learn more about loans,
loan requirements or to find.
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"Seating is limited and will
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cost for this workshop, but
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B-2 Perry News-Herald April29-30, 2011

Pattison fails to sparkle

in 'Water for EleDhants'

People seem to either love or hate the circus. I
went once when I was a small kid, and the only
thing I remember was being petrified during the
acrobats' performance worrying that I was going
to see somebody fall to their death. I wasn't a
morbid kid, honest.
I do love history, though, and I have to say I was
intrigued when I first heard about the romantic
drama "Water for Elephants," based on the best-
selling book of the same name
by Sara Gruen and set among
the traveling circuses of Great
Depression-era 1931.
While the film does a wonderful
job re-creating a world I had
no familiarity with and found
truly fascinating, a rather flat
performance from lead actor
Robert Pattison ("Twilight") and
an anti-climatic ending hurts the
movie as a whole.
The film begins in the present
day, where we meet an aged Jacob
Jankowski (Hal Holbrook, "The
Event") looking for his family at
a circus. The manager brings him
back to his office and discovers
Jacob has a history with the circus, having
joined the Benzini Brothers' Most Spectacular
Show on Earth, which saw a historic disaster in
Jacob recounts his life's story, beginning when
he was a veterinarian student at Cornell (Pattison
plays the younger Jacob). Just as he's about take
his final exam, his life is turned upside down
when his parents are killed, leaving him orphaned
and homeless. He hops a train and finds himself
,among the Benzini Brothers circus, a ragtag
;group-consisting mostly of-people -who have no--
other option left to them.
There he meets August (Christoph Waltz,
"Inglourious Basterds") the charismatic and
violent leader along with his wife, Marlena
(Reese Witherspoon, "Walk the Line"), who leads
the equestrian main attraction.
August hires Jacob to tend to the circus
animals due to his veterinary schooling, which
has him working with Marlena, for whom he
begins to have feelings. The two grow closer,
which only puts them in more danger from
August, who is desperate to have the circus'
latest attraction, Rosey the elephant, draw in the
As a historical drama, "Water for Elephants"
works quite well. As I said before, director Francis
Lawrence ("I Am Legend," "Constantine")

captures the world of Depression-era traveling
circuses and succeeds in translating it to film.
As a romance, however, the movie struggles, as
Pattison and Witherspoon just don't have much
chemistry, at least not enough to make it feel as
if Marlena is really running toward Jacob and not
simply away from August.
Pattison broods a lot in this film. Early on, he
broods about the death of his family. Then he
broods about trying to fit into his
new life with the circus. Then he
broods and pines for Marlena.
Then he broods about being in
love with another man's wife. One
time, he gets really angry, and it's
Paumson's best scene in the film.
But then he goes back to brooding
about not following through with
his anger-driven goals.
Unfortunately for Pattison,
Jacob is the least interesting
character in the film, surrounded
as he is by the strong personalities
and unusual people of the circus.
In the hands of a more nuanced
actor, it could have worked,
but Pattison plays the one-note
character with one-note.
Compounding matters is that he is set against
Waltz, who creates yet another unforgettable
villain in August, managing to be frighteningly
violent and angry one.moment and seemingly
sincere in his apologies the next. In "Inglourious
Basterds," Waltz had to face off against Brad Pitt.
With apologies to the "Twilight" fans, Pattison is
no Pitt.
The other major problem I had with the film is
the way they frame the story with Jacob's future
-(present) self,-during which the circus manager
goes out of his way to mention the "historic"
disaster befalling the Benzini Brothers circus.
Not only does it draw comparisons to the superior
film "Titanic," the eventual disaster is neither
historic in scope nor is it captured well on film.
I'm not saying "Water for Elephants" needs a
$100 million disaster sequence, but in "Titanic,"
after the older Rose speaks of the ship's sinking,
you can reasonably expect to see it happen. Here,
however, it feels like the audience was sold on
false promises.
"Water for Elephants" tells an interesting story
from an interesting time and place, but its flaws
are hard to ignore with its tale of romance at the
The film is rated PG-13 for moments of intense
violence and sexual content.


'The 39 Steps," the Tony
Award-winning Broadway hit, is
at the Hippodrome Theatre in
Gainesville. The work combines
a Hitchcock masterpiece with a
juicy spy novel, and adds a dash
of Monty Python. It features non-
stop laughs, more than 150 zany
characters (played by a talented
cast of four), an on-stage plane
crash, handcuffs, missing fingers
and some good old-fashioned
romance. Ticket prices vary
depending showtime and can be
purchased by calling 352-375-
4477 or online at thehipp.org.
The Quincy Music Theatre
presents the stage adaptation
of the classic film, 'Wizard of
Oz." Showtimes are April 29-30
and May 6-7 at 7:30 p.m. with
2:30 matinees on May 1 and 7-8.
Tickets are $17 for adults and $14
for seniors and students (with ID).
To purchase tickets, visit online at
qmtonline.com.The Leaf Theatre
is located at 118 E. Washington
in Quincy.
The Tallahassee Symphony
Orchestra presents "Solid
Gold" at FSU's Ruby Diamond
Auditorium beginning at 8 p.m.
The concert will include Edvard
Grieg's "Piano Concerto in A
minor, Op. 16' featuring Martina
Filjak on piano, and Dmitri
Shostakovich's "Symphony No.
11 in G minor, Op. 103" ('The
Year 1905"). Ticket prices vary
depending on seating location.

For more information about the
concert, call 850-224-0461 or
visit tallahasseesymphony.org.
For tickets, visit tickets.fsu.edu.
MAY 6-15
Tallahassee's Theatre A La Carte
presents "Curtains," a delightful
return to old-fashioned musical
comedy unfolding backstage
at Boston's Colonial Theatre in
1959 at a pre-Broadway tryout
of a new musical. When the
talent-free leading lady dies on
opening night during her curtain
call, Lieutenant Frank Cioffi
arrives on the scene to conduct
an investigation. As the bodies
pile up, the ensemble dwindles
and everyone is a suspect. Can
Cioffi solve the murders and
save the show before it reaches
Broadway? For more information
about showtimes and tickets, visit
online at theatrealacarte.org.

MAY 7-8
The Tallahassee Ballet concludes
its 2010-11 season with
"Cinderella" at Ruby Diamond
Auditorium on the FSU campus.
From fanciful fairies and magic
pumpkins to a glass slipper
and a handsome prince, The
Tallahassee Ballet dancers will
perform the choreography of
Kathryn Karrh Cashin as they
tell the transformation of the
hard-working, gracious girl to a
dazzling princess, with the help of
her Fairy Godmother, of course.
There will be an abbreviated
children's performance May 7 at
10:30 a.m. followed by full-length

performances at 8 p.m. and a
2:30 p.m. matinee on May 8.
To purchase tickets, call 850-
224-6917 ext. 2 or visit www.

APRIL 27-30
It's the 20th birthday of the
biggest country music jam in the
South, The Suwannee River Jam,
featuring four days of music and
more than 20 artists at the Spirit
of the Suwannee Music Park in
Live Oak. Entertainers include
Ronnie Dunn (formerly of Brooks
and Dunn), Gary Allan, Luke
Bryan, Kellie Pickler, Phil Vassar,
Jerrod Niemann, Darryl Worley,
Lee Brice, LoCash Cowboys and
Blackberry Smoke. To purchase
tickets, call the music park at 386-
364-1683; visit online at www.
musicliveshere.com, go to events
and click on Suwannee River
Jam for complete information on
tickets and accommodations.
Forest Capital Music & Art
Festival's music day begins at 10
a.m.at Heritage Pavilion at Forest
Capital State Park.The featured
performer this year is Maisie
Wilson. The entertainment line-up
also includes Forever Severed,
2010 Florida Forest Festival
Junior Miss Mary Beth Clark,
soloists Chelsea Parker, Carmina
Ketring and Tyrell L. Mays,
Sergeant U.S. Army; alternative
rock by Scarlet Roses; folk music
by Donnie Barnes and Cheryl
Parker; and a French Horn duet
by James Glover & David Lamb.

Forever Severed (shown above), formerly Zero Gravity, will be among the
performers at the fourth annual Forest Capital Music & Art Festival's music day
on Saturday, May 7, at Heritage Pavilion at Forest Capital State Park. "Bring your
lawn chairs and blankets to enjoy up to 14 performances beginning at 10 a.m.,"
organizers said. The featured performer this year is Maisie Wilson. The entertainment
line-up also includes 2010 Florida Forest Festival Junior Miss Mary Beth Clark,
soloists Chelsea Parker, Carmina Ketring and Tyrell L. Mays, Sergeant U.S. Army;
alternative rock by Scarlet Roses; folk music by Donnie Barnes and Cheryl Parker; and
a French Horn duet by James Glover & David Lamb. The Taylor County High School
and Taylor County Middle School bands will also perform along with the TCHS ROTC
Bulldog Battalion.

4th annual Forest Capital

Music and Art Festival

lacksmit D.nny Willis will be featured artist

This year the 4th annual
Forest Capital Music & Art
Festival will feature ironwork
artist Danny Willis.
"We are very excited about
showcasing his artwork
because it really ties in with
the'history and the way people
lived at the time of the Cracker
House Homestead and earlier,"
Festival Coordinator Jeff Byers
Willis is the owner and
blacksmith of DD- DoDabber's
Forge and Yeah-But Shop in
Willis, who calls himself a
"backyard blacksmith," studied
living history from 1750 to
1815 and although he took
one beginning blacksmith
class in Brasstown, N.C., he is
otherwise self taught. He said
he was inspired by well-known
blacksmiths in the region Neal
Faulkenberry and Jeff Mohr as
well as authors Don Plummer
("Colonial Wrought Iron") and
Gene Chapman ("Blacksmith--
Oak and Iron").
According to Willis, early
in history one had to have
the attitude, "If you break it,
you have to repair it and use
whatever you have on hand to
make it will work."
This was the attitude of the
traveling frontier blacksmith,
Willis said. His forge was
wherever he was at the time,
and his clients were whoever
needed him.
Willis has a quote he
uses which he says fits this
philosophy. "It's not what you
have that makes you--it's what
you make with what you have."
Also, when looking at iron, a
favorite quote of his is, "It's not
what you look at, it's what you
Willis' work will be on
display from March 31 through

May 9 at Forest Capital State and has started an after-school
Museum as part of the festival, knitting group. You will see her
Examples included in his work and her groups work at
exhibit are a colonial toaster and this year's art show too."
an Eskimo woman's knife. Also In addition to the featured
at the museum are his portable artist, adult art work will be
forge and the tools used to displayed from March 31 to
produce his work. May 9 at the museum, which is
Willis' wife Susan Willis open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday
is also displaying her fiber through Monday. Student
artwork. artwork of all ages will be on
"She .has an --faintastic display from ril 28-May 9.
background in weaving, dying For more information about
and knowledge in fiber," Byers the festival, contact Byers
said. "She currently is teaching at (850) 838-2802 or e-mail
at Taylor County High School wjeffbyers@gmail.com.
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B-4 Perry News-Herald April 29-30, 2011


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

Small ads...big deals!

Yard sale, Saturday from 8 a.m.-until on
Roberts Aman Road. Look for colored

Yard sale, Saturday from 9 a.m.-until
across from Days Inn. Furniture,
clothes, antiques, wooden toys and
much more.

Yard sale. Thursday-Sunday. Overstock
clearance. Clothes sale, fill a bag for
$1. Located behind the produce stand
on Beach Road. 1/2 mile past
Deadman's Curve. Call 295-4205.

Yard sale. Inventory and equipment for
cash value of $100. Includes tables,
chairs, signs, stakes, t.v., clothes,
stuffed animals, power tools, telescope,
CB radiios, ceramics, books, baskets,
fishing hear and much more. 2209
Walter-Schmidt Lane. Call 295-0585
from 7:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m.

Yard sale, Saturday from 12 p.m.-4 p.m.
at Jackson Furniture Parking Lot. Lots
of baby things and miscellaneous

Yard sale, Saturday from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
at 2450 Fair Road (1st paved road to
left after Susan's T-shirts on 19 North).
King size self framing water mattress
with support panels and mattress cover
(no heat needed). Round dining table
and four chairs. Home decor, baby
changing table, household items,
cookbooks, books, clothes, shoes and
much more. Roosters for sale (one and
two months old for $3 each). Pound
cake raffle tickets for $1 and 50/50
tickets for $5. Drawing will be held at 2
p.m. Proceeds for mission trip and
youth camp. Questions, text or call 850-

Yard sale, Saturday from 8 a.m.-until at
140 Lacour Lane. Furniture and
household items.

Yard sale, Saturday at Keith's Auto
Repair. Take Slaughter Road at the
flashing light and go to Freeman
Courtney Road at the curve. Women's
clothes (sizes 0-14), men clothes (size
'arge),. entertainment center, cell
phone, toys, shoes and much more.
Call 850-838-7348 for more

Big yard sale, Saturday at 1303 West
Ash Street at 7 a.m. Women size
clothes, men clothes, little boy and girl
baby clothes, girls and juniors. Shoes,
home interior dinner plates, TVs and
much more.

3 family yard sale, Friday from 8 a.m.-
until and Saturday from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at
122 Walter Smith Road in Taco Heights.

Yard sale, Saturday from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
at 1503 West Julia Street or previously
known as Woods Creek Road. First
house on left. Some of everything.
Kitchen items, women's clothes, shoes,
electronics, small tables and furniture.

Yard sale, Friday and Saturday from 9
a.m.-until at Taylor Storage Center,
3498 Hwy 19. South, across from Taylor
Tech. Dell computer, computer desk,
print-scan-copy combo, scanner, fax,
file cabinet, school desks, tools, adult
tricycles, 3 wheel stroller, truck tool
box, cast iron pans, Play Station 2
games, collectibles, baby clothes ($1),
blankets (Seminole and John Deere),
lots of scrubs, jeans, shorts, shirts ($2),
maternity clothes (1/2 price), Singer
buttonholer, pepper spray, home
security alarm, pool alarm, juicer,
fashion jewelry and much more.

Multi-family yard sale, Saturday from 7
a.m.-until at Amanda Clark
Photography (1626 N. Jefferson
Street). Baby girl clothes, toys, furniture
and much more.

Multi-family yard sale, Saturday from 8
a.m.-until at 104 Briarwood Drive
(behind Amanda clark's photography).
Follow signs. Tools, dishes, kids clothes
(fill a bag for $1), adult clothes, toys,
VHS movies, kids games and much

Need Cash?
Got Junk?
Got Junk Cars, Truck?
I buy Scrap Metals!!

850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales

Hogs for sale. $20 each. Call 584-9498
or 843-0681.

Snapper 6.5 Pressure Washer. 2450
PSI. 2.0 GPM. $325. Call Frank at 584-

DINING CHAIRS 1 OR 50 $24.00
EACH. CALL 584-7990.

Medical transcription machine. Never
been used for $80. Washer and dryer
for $250 (set). Centralization heating
and air unit with a remote control. New
and still under warranty for $800. Call
Dawn at 371-2202.

130 foot of complete chain link fencing
with 3 gates. $150. You disassemble
and remove. Call 295-1823.

Bank repo. 3 BD/2 Bath on 2 acres in
Shady Grove area. EZ financing with
low down payment. Prestige Home
Center, Chiefland. Open Sundays. 800-

A 4 BR/2 bath Jacobsen of 2.5 acres in
Old Town, just minutes from town.
$4,000 down and $610 per month.
Owner has financing, call 652-493-

Bank foreclosure 3 BD/2 bath 2007 DW
in Gainesville. $2,000 down and $308
per month. Owner has financing, Call

A 4 BD/2 bath home in chiefland close
to town. Home has brand new roof, A/C
and new carpet. Two large worksheds.
Just $4,500 down and $670 per month.
Owner has financing, call 352-493-

Westgate Rooms available for rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly, $40 daily, $585 per month. RV
sites $20 daily, $100 weekly, $350
monthly. Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-299-6554.

One bedroom furnished apartment. All
utilities included (electric, water, sewer,
garbage and cable). No smoking. No
pets. $160 a week or $600 a month.
$100 deposit. Call 850-363-8196.

Everetts Mobile Home Park. Taking
applications for rentals. 2 BR/1 bath for
$375, with a $300 deposit. 2 BR/1 bath
for $400, with a $300 deposit. Park
Model, 2 BR/1 bath for $350 with a
$300 deposit. Water, sewer and
garbage included. Please apply in
person, Monday through Thursday.
Ms. Betty. 584-7094.






S. Silver Coins

Warring food slicer ($50), weight
bench-1351bs ($75), 12 volt winch
($50), halogen work light ($25), 4 tires
(P235/75R15) on 6 lug rims (all 4 for
($150) and 1 trailer tire (B78-13, 5 lug
for $30). Call Jerry at 850-371-1483.

Power chair (red and gray). Batteries. 2
years old. Good condition. $800 or best
offer. Call 838-2472.

Yorkie puppies for sale. 2 male and 2
female. Ready for pick-up on May 12th.
$400. Call Rhonda at 843-0252.

Octo-Mom is getting exhausted. 8
beautiful, housed reared kittens will
soon be available for adoption (the
Wednesday after Mother's Day, May
11th). These friendly and feisty kittens
will be available with the first set of
shots and health check by Dr. Owens
and will be de-wormed prior to
adoption. $25 insures getting a healthy
and happy kitten. Call Steve now at
850-295-2105 to arrange a visit and to
reserve your favorite.

Brand new 2 or 3 BD/2 Bath DWMH.
$35,995. Includes delivery, setup,
AC/Heat, steps and skirting. Prestige
Home Centers, Chiefland. Open on
Sunday 12 to 5.800-477-2492.

Brand new 4 BR/2 Bath starting at
$55,995. Prestige Home Centers,
Chiefland. Open on Sundays, 12 to 5.

Used & repo mobile homes. Financing
available. Prestige Home Centers,
Chiefland. Open on Sundays 12 to 5.

A 2004 Homes of Merit 4 BD/2 bath on
2.5 beautifully manicured acres in
Morriston. Tape and textured
throughout with crown molding. Fenced
with 2 pastures so bring your horses.
Just $3,500 down and $512 per month.
owner has financing, Call 352-493-

A 4 BR/2 bath Jacobsen in Chiefland.
1840 sq. ft. Free carport with matching
shed and hookups. $4,900 down and
$483 per month. Owner has financing,
call 352-262-4531.

A 3 BR/2 bath Jacobsen with fireplace,
carport and matching shed with
hookups. 1800 sq. ft. $4,700 down and
$457 per month. Owner has financing,
call 352-262-4531.

Office space for lease. 224 N. Jefferson
Street. Will alter to suit. On-site parking.
Up to 4,000 sq. ft. SAH Properties. Call

3 BD house for rent just inside the city
limits on a deadend road. The house is
on 1 acre of land with a creek running
through the property. $550 a month.
First, last and $250 security deposit to
move in. Call 727-433-4514.


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Now accepting applications for 2- 3
bedroom apartments. -0-rent for
qualified applicants.Water/Gas
furnished. On-site laundry. Public
transportation available. Close to City
Park, Boys and Girls Club, Shopping
Plazas. Call 850-584-6482.
TDD 711, EHO.

For rent with option to purchase,
Doublewide on 5 acres, no animals,
no pets. Adult community in Shady
Grove. 850-584-4331.

Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $585
(required $45 deposit), $165 weekly or
$40 daily (tax included). 317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-672-0973.

Spacious Southern Charm. 2000+ sq
ft, Arched Doorways, French Doors, 2
baths for rent. $850 per month. Call
371-1462 or 838-6005.

2 BD/2 bath SWMH for rent. Recently
remodeled. Big yard. $500 a month and
$500 security deposit. Call 386-776-

1 BD/1 bath house remodeled for rent.
Patio in fenced in area. $595 rent and
$595 deposit. 408 N. Calhoun Street.
Call 672-0973.

RV spot 30 or 50 AMP on private land
in nice neighborhood. Includes electric,
water, sewer and cable. North side of
Perry, just outside city limits. $350 per
month. Call 850-843-0883.

RV spot for rent. Not in park, includes
power, water, sewer, and cable for $350
a month. Call 727-433-4514.


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Woodridge Apart
accepting applications fo
BR HC and Non-HC
apartments. HUD
considered. Call 850-584
Church St., Perry, FL 323
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2010 Destiny MH. 56 X 32.4 BR/2 bath.
Excellent condition, must sell. Large
kitchen with island, large master bath
and crown moulding throughout. 2 sets
of steps, skirting and AC unit included.
Some furniture included as well. Asking,
pay off only. Must see. Has to be moved
to your property. Call 850-843-0355.

AND BAYFRONT. Starting at $49,900
with new seawall, water and sewage.
Owner financing is available with 15%
down (limited number at this price). Call
Don Everett Sr. at 850-584-6666.

3 BD/1 1/2 bath house for sale behind
Winn Dixie. 3/4 of the way remodeled. It
needs to be finished. New roof and new
AC. $50,000. Call 850-223-2315.

Will buy land in Chiefland and
surrounding areas. Call today for top
dollar. 352-493-9600.

3 BD/2 bath DWMH on 1 acre close to
town. Quiet area. Paved subdivision
outside city limits in Perry. $49,500. Call
Becky Thursday-Saturday at 850-584-

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.

40 acres of land for sale with 500 ft. of
frontage on Dennis Howell Road. Call

New tires starting at $45 through March
only at Ryan's Everything Automotive!
Call Justin at 850-584-8900, 4053 US
19 S. in Perry, .

1988 Chevy stepside truck. $1,800 or
best offer and a 1994 Buick LaSabre.
Call 584-9498 or 843-0681.

90 Caddy Gansta special. Wow. Wires.
Tint. Must see. Rail Buggy extra
wheels, motor, on trailer. Summer blast.
$1,900. Call 578-2335.

99' Dodge Durango SLT 4x4, 127k
highway miles, All power, leather, 3rd
row seating, new A/C with rear
controls, custom sound system,
$4500.00 OBO, contact Rodney 850-

2000 Ford Crown Victoria. Fully loaded.
High mileage but runs good. Cruise
control. Power everything. $2,800. Call
584-7373 or 843-1482.

1990 GMC Jimmy. 4WD. Power
steering, power brakes, automatic, 6
cyl. $950. 1984 GMC 1 ton dully. A
great work truck. Good engine and
transmission. $950. Call 584-4455 or

For Sale: 4 each 15"x35x14.5 Super
Swamper Boggers. $700. Like new,
call 584-7464, leave message.

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2008 16ft. Baywater Center Console
with 50 HP Yamaha (low hours). Great
for rivers or flats. Water ready! N.A.D.A.
List $10,500, selling for $9,000. Can be
seen at Larry's Towing or call for more
information. 850-584-5317.

21' Grady white boat for $2,200 or best
offer. Call 584-9498 or 843-0681.

Wanted used rifle reloader, hunting
equipment, fishing equipment, bows,
tree stands and gun parts. Call 850-

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348 TDD 711. 1 I
al opportunity

Collector person position available.This
involves office work. Apply in person
only. Badcock Home Furniture and
More in Perry.

House for sale in downtown area. 2
BD/1 bath with 2 enclosed porches.
$35,500. Owner/Agent. Call 352-870-

3 BD/2 bath DWMH on about 5 acres of
land. No owner financing. Serious
inquiries only. $75,000. Call 850-295-
4668 or 850-371-0124.

Director of Allied Health Programs (RN)
wanted at North Florida Community
College. See www.nfcc.edu for details.

Receptionist needed. Come by
Advanced Refrigeration and Air
Conditioning between 9 A.M. and 4
P.M. to receive an application.

Full-Time Library and Information
Services Director. $34,777 -$40,310
DOQ. Full-time Fire Fighter/Paramedic-
$11.10/hr. Heavy Equipment Operator
1, Solid Waste-minimal starting pay is
$9.31/hr. Applications and job
description can be obtained from
www.taylorcountygov.com, Mobile
Career Lab at Perry K-Mart on
Tuesday, Wednesdays or Thursdays
9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.; or Workforce
Position open until filled. Taylor County
Board of County Commissioners is an
EEO, VP, DT, background check

AVON! Call now to get started- earn up
to 40% still only $10 for Start Up Kit!
For appointment call: 850-570-1499

Train now for jobs in healthcare.
Professional environment/instructors.
No GED or High School Diploma
required if age 18. QUEST TRAINING
SERVICES. 386-362-1065.

Do you have 10 hours a week that you.
would like to make productive and earn
www.freedomtodream.net or call 352-

Refuge House, Inc. is looking to fill the
following position: One full time Shelter
Advocate to work on the hotline and the
shelter in our Perry location. Core
duties include crisis intervention,
counseling, and advocacy to all victims
of domestic and sexual violence living
within the emergency shelter and to ,
victims calling in on the 24-hour hotline.
Required to update and maintain
hotline and referral sources, screen all
victims for shelter eligibility, call hospital
volunteers, document services in
participant files, provide daily
household needs to residential
participants and other duties required
; of the, position.,positions are scheduled
for irregular hours, as this is a 24 hour
program position.
Qualifications are a bachelor's degree
in human services, or 2 years of
relevant experience or significant work
experience. Refuge is an equal
opportunity employer. Disability
accommodations available. Call 850-
922-6062 extension 1003 or send e-
mail at carons@refugehouse.com for
more information.

Looking for experienced HVAC
installers and service technicians.
Come by Advanced Refrigeration and
Air Conditioning between 9 A.M. and 4
P.M. to receive an application. Must
have valid Florida drivers license.

Looking for 5 people who would like to
work from home on their computer. You
don't need computer experience. Must
have an e-mail address and be willing
to work 1-2 hours a day. make between
$100-$500 per week. Call for more
information. 850-223-1266 (0128).

A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush
hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling
and complete lawn service. Call 584-
Ronnie Terry & Sons
We buy Junk
(850)223-2340 or (863)509-3161

Dirty Carpets

Breathe new life back
into your dirty carpet.

Call 584-CLEAN




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Ron Miller, Owner/Operator
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates.
We also grind stumps. Call today 838-
1280. Firewood for sale.

Candy Route 25 Machines
and Candy All for $9995.00
All Major Credit Cards
Accepted (877)915-8222

Equipment For Sale

SALE Cut lumber any
dimension, anytime. MAKE
In stock ready to ship.
Starting at $995.00

Help Wanted

Looking for laborers to start
in the Maritime Industry.
Entry-level positions start at
$690-$790 per week. Sign
up for training today. CALL
TODAY (850)243-8966.

John Sesock's
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Also, Bobcat Work Done
Root Rake, Grabbler, Front End
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wood available, Mobile Home Repairs,
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CASE NO. 2011-200-CP

of miles. Need refresher?
Free tuition at FFE. $1000
Sign-on. Pet & Rider policy.
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Drivers Earn Up to 390/mi
Flatbed exp. Call: (800)572-
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ext. 238 SUNBELT

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Refrigerated Freight. Plenty

The administration of the estate of
WALKER, deceased File Number:
2011-200-CP, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Taylor County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is Taylor County Courthouse,
Post Office Box 620, Perry, Florida
32348. The name and address of the
Personal Representative are set forth
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice has
been served, must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedents estate
must file their claims with this court
The date of the first publication of
this Notice Is April 22, 2011.
Subsequent date of publication Is
April 29, 2011.

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B-5 PerryNews-Herald April 29-30, 2011

605 S. Jefferson Street EFFECTIVE DATE.
Perry, Florida 32347 Robert A. Brown Jr.,
(850)838-1773 City Manager
FBN: 121530 Emily Weed Ketring
04/22,04/29 Mayor

Notice is hereby given to Takashl
Tiearra Gray. Unless payment Is
made on 1997 Buick VIN #
1G4NJ52T8VC429685, vehicle will be
autcioned off on the 12th of May at
9 a.m. at Larry's Towing.

Notice is hereby given to Donald
Mosley. Unless payment Is made on
1988 Ford VIN # 1FTBR10A2JUD84497,
vehicle will be auctioned off on the
12th of May at 9 a.m. at Larry's

Notice Is hereby given pursuant to
Section 2.13 of the City Charter of
the City of Perry, Florida, that
Ordinance No. 888 was ADOPTED by
the City Council on April 26, 2011.

BONUS!! Lease purchase
available. Experience Reqid.
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Colonial Life seeks a
business to business sales
executive. 58k+ first year
plus excellent bonuses.
Great training and working
conditions. Superb
marketing system. Contact
Meredith.Brewer@ coloniallif
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Buckeye Florida, LP is a leading producer of specialty cellulose and absorbent products located in

Perry, Florida. Buckeye Technologies Inc. (NYSE symbol, BKI) is our parent company with manufacturing

facilities located in the United States, Canada, Germany and Brazil.

We are seeking reliable and motivated individuals who are comfortable working as part of a production team in a high
performance work system. All openings are for entry-level production technicians at our manufacturing facility located
in Perry, Florida. The Perry facility is a large paper manufacturing complex with a continuous around-the-clock operation
(24 hours per day, 7 days per week) which includes Saturday and Sunday. ALL openings are on teams which work rotating
shifts. Positions become available throughout the year.

High School diploma or GED
2+ years of general work or military experience
Vo-Tech, college, military technical training or manufacturing experience
is a plus
Proficient math, mechanical reasoning and reading comprehension skills
Ability and willingness to learn new work procedures and work well
with others
Work schedule flexibility and ability to work all scheduled overtime
Ability to prioritize and carry out responsibilities independently
with minimal supervision

A very competitive wage and benefit package
Medical, dental and prescription drug insurance
Life and disability insurance
Thirteen paid holidays
Paid vacation
401(k) with matching contribution
Retirement plan with company contribution

Please register online at www.employflorida.com and submit your resume
to Workforce Career Center located at 705 East Base Street, Madison,
Florida 32340. The Center is open Monday through Friday between 8:00
a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and their toll free phone number is 866-367-4758.
You may also submit your resume to the Workforce Mobile Unit which is
located in Perry, Florida each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between
9 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. in the K-Mart parking lot located at 1809 Byron
Butler Pkwy. Resumes may also be emailed to EFM-Employers@nf'db.org
or faxed to Workforce at 850-973-9757. Registration-must be completed
and resumes received by Monday, May 2, 2011 to be considered. The
number of submissions that will be reviewed is limited; submission is
not a guarantee that your submission will be reviewed. If you have any
questions or need assistance preparing a resume, please contact the
Workforce Career Center.

Buckeye's evaluation of employment applicants includes validated written
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screening and criminal background check is required.

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