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July 29-30, 2011


Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889


DMH's


bad debt


jumps


to $6.6


million
Gross revenues at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital (DMH)
were up $12 million in the
fiscal year which ended May 31
compared to the prior year, but
the hospital still reported a net
loss for the year of $159,000.
Hurting DMH's bottom
line was a $3 million jump
in uncompensated care for
the year to $9.6 million, a 44
percent increase over the prior
year, which saw $6.6 million
in charity care and bad debt,
according to numbers provided
by DMH CEO Richard Huth.
Huth presented the new
numbers, which have not
been audited, to the Taylor
County Commission last week,
continuing his optimism over
the hospital's future.
Huth noted that at the time
of his presentation, DMH had
a cash reserve of $545,000,
although their goal is build that
to $1.5 million.
Over the course of the year,
DMH paid down on its line of
credit by $392,000 and paid
$70,000 toward the purchase
of the DMH Medical Plaza, the
former Nature Coast Regional
Surgery Center, Huth said.
Accounts payable are current,
he added.
Due to the seasonal slowdown
,* Please see page 3 -
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News Forum


For Granger sewer project



Contractor comes under fire


Mayor Emily Ketring has
asked the city's Construction
Industry Licensing Board to
launch an investigation into
the contractor overseeing the
Granger Subdivision sewer
system installation.



Salem


Post


Office


to close?
The U.S. Post Office in
Salem is once again on a list for
possible closure along with 34
other post offices in the state, it
was announced this week.
According to a U.S. Postal
Service press release, as more
customers choose to conduct
their postal business online, on
their smart phones and at their
favorite shopping destinations,
the need for the U.S. Postal
Service to maintain its nearly
32,000 retail offices--the
largest retail network in the
country--diminishes. To that
end, the U.S. Postal Service
announced this week that it
will be taking the next step in
right-sizing its expansive retail
network by conducting studies
of approximately 3,700 retail
offices nationwide to determine
customer needs. As pan of this
effort, the Postal Service also
introduced a retail-replacement
option for affected communities
around the nation.
Other post offices in the North
,-* Please see page 3


"I would like them to
investigate Ben Withers, Inc., to
look into his license and see if it
is going to be upheld in the City
of Perry," Ketring said during
the Perry City Council's regular
meeting Tuesday.


Councilman Daryll Gunter
made a motion to request that
the licensing board initiate
an investigation; Councilman
Sylvester Harris offered a
second and the motion passed
unanimously.


City Manager Bob Brown
said there are approximately
2,200 feet of lines that do not
meet the required specifications.
This is in addition to the
1,200 feet of sewer mains that
were recently re-installed after


they failed inspections the first
time, Brown noted.
Construction on the new
sewer system began Dec. 7,
2009. The project, which was
-,, Please see page 3


Arson investigation


The State Fire Marshal's Office has determined that arson was the cause of a-fire-that destroyed an unoccupied
two-story home at 109 Worley Way. The blaze was reported July 16 around 1 a.m. Anyone with information
regarding the fire is asked to call toll-free 1-800-NO-ARSON (1-800-662-7766). A reward of up to $5,000 is
being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the
blaze. The City of Perry has posted a notice giving the owner of the property 30 days to obtain a demolition
permit for the removal of the debris: the property owner has 90 days from the date of the notice.(July 18) to
complete the demo. If the structure has not been removed by then, the owner faces a hearing before the city's
code enforcement board.


Unemployment rate hits upward trend


Inside today
Allergies got you down?
Looking for tips for a healthier
diet?
All this and more is featured
inside a special "Health &
Wellness" section in today's
Perry News-Herald.

Win a 'Party in
a Box...Just Add
Friends' prize pack
Parrot Heads in Perry-"dise"
have set sail into summer and
will hold a "Party in the Box...
Just Add Friends" fund-raiser in
August.
The Margaritaville Prize Pack
giveaway includes Jammin'
Jerkin Shrimp (plump shrimp
seasoned with Jamaican
spices), Volcano Shrimp
(cheese and jalapeno stuffed
crispy shrimp) and one bottle
of Margaritaville margarita mix.
Tickets are $1 each and can
be purchased from any club
member.
The winning ticket will be
drawn during the club's first
meeting in September. Proceeds
will benefit Parrot Heads in
Perry-"dise" and its service
activities in the community.




6 IIU2l t i i


Taylor County's
unemployment rate ended
its downward march in June,
jumping half a percentage point
to 10.5 percent.
The county's rate was 10
percent in May, 10.1 percent
in April and 10.6 in March.


Despite the jump, the rate is
still down for the year, having
started at 12.4 percent in
January.
The Agency for Workforce
Innovation, which tracks
employment in the state,
released its latest numbers last


week, showing a significant
jump in Taylor County's
workforce.
According to the release,
8,501 people were employed in
the county in June, compared to
8,363 in May. Meanwhile, the
number of unemployed rose to


1,001, the first time it has been
over 1,000 in three months.
Despite the jump in the
unemployment rate, the number
of initial unemployment claims
dropped to 83, compared to 107
in May.
For those seeking


employment, Workforce's
mobile career lab is located in
the Perry K-Mart parking lot
each Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday.
Among Florida's 67 counties,
"* Please see page 3


City eliminates fire chief position


With the retirement of James
Cook Wednesday, July 27, the
Perry City Fire Department is


closing a unique chapter in its
history-having a firefighter
bear the mantle of "chief."


"We have re-structured
the department and will no
longer have a stand-alone fire


chief. Instead, we will have a
fire-chief command captain.
Each shift already has its own


Members of the City Fire Department presented Chief James Cook several awards during Tuesday night's Perry City Council meeting in recognition
of his retirement. Shown (front row) left to right are: Firefighter/EMT J.C. Jimenez, Firefighter/EMT Charles Watson, Chief James Cook, Captain Elton
Carraway, Firefighter/EMT Ben Meacham and Firefighter/EMT R.B. Lee. Witnessing the presentation were city council members Daryll Gunter, City
Manager Bob Brown, Alphonso Dowdell, Sylvester Harris, Mayor Emily Ketring and Don Cook.


captain, so we will continue to
have squad captains. However,
the captain for one of the shifts,
Robbie Moon, will also be
over the entire department,"
City Manager Bob Brown
said.
"We talked with the retiring
chief and he agreed that we
didn't really need a stand-
alone fire chief. Eliminating
that position will save
the city about $70,00( annually.
The new fire chief command
captain will receive about a
10 percent raise, which comes
to around an additional $5,000
to $6,000 a year."
Moon has been with the
City Fire Department 17
years, rising through the ranks,
most recently as captain of a
shift.
"His years of experience and
enthusiasm will serve him well
in leading the fire department
in their brave and important
service to the community,"
Brown said.
Moon assumed the reins
of the department upon
Cook's retirement Wednesday.


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A-2 Perry News-Herald July 29-30, 2011


II


Remember

when...


By ANTHONY L. WHITE


The Old Pavilion
Fog surrounds the Old Pavilion, seen in this photo taken by Luther Gunter in the mid-1 970s. "This is one of my
most cherished photographs. The original is in color; the fog is pink from the sun," he said. The restaurant was
swept away by a storm, but memories of it still linger for many coastal residents and visitors.


Atq(ance at the j


THE PERRY 20. He weighed 7 pounds, 10.5
NEWS-HERALD ounces.


July 22 & 29, 1976

NO RAISES IN SIGHT
FOR TEACHERS
The Taylor County School
Board adopted a salary schedule
for the 1976-77 school year
which contained no provisions
for salary increases. Rank
II teachers would be making
$81,00 annually while, those
with experience could make
up to $14,661. Substitute pay
ranged from $16 to $25 per day,
depending on experience.

POPULATION
GROWS BY 7
Mr. and-Mrs. James Hornsby
welcomed a new baby boy,
Michael Shawn, on July 15 at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
He weighed 7 pounds, 8.25
ounces.
Christopher Edward was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Aycoth on July 16, weighing 7
pounds, 3 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. William
Hockenberry welcomed
William Wadsworth to their
family on July 14. He weighed
7 pounds, 8 ounces.
David Edward was the name
given to the new son of Mr. and
Mrs. Tom McGlocklin, born
July 9 at Doctors' Memorial.
He weighed 7 pounds, 14
ounces.
William Channing was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
Bowden on July 14, weighing 7
pounds upon arrival.
Allison Leigh Glascoe was
born to Mr. and Mrs. James
Glascoe on July 21. She
weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Hunter
announced the birth of their
son, Benjamin Murphy, on July


WHAT A LILY
Mrs. F. M. Mixon Jr. of 1307
Sparrow Street was pictured
with an 11-foot-tall July Lily
which she said was three years
old. According to Mrs. Mixon,
it took three months for the
flower spike to develop and
burst into bloom.
Don Sheffield, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Preston. Sheffield
of Lake -Bird, was pictured
"proudly displaying" the corn
he produced this year on a
rented farm in Lake Bird. A
senior at Taylor County High
School, Sheffield was active in
the family farm. He expected
a yield of 75 to 100 bushels of
corn per acre, which earned
the praise of County Extension
Agent Henry Davis.

GOOD FISHING
"Good catch" pictures
abounded in the July 29 edition.
Jessie Mae Mosley was pictured
with a string of bass and bream
she landed; Betsy Brooke
and Charlotte Lewis were
spotlighted with 40 fish between
them; Sam Baker displayed
his stringer of fish taken in the
previous week while James and
Virgie Thomley showed their
catch--all from local waters.
In other wildlife pictures,
James "Mike" Faircloth was
shown with a five-foot rattler he
killed.

MARRIAGES RECORDED
Terri Suzanne Granthum and
Charles Glenn (Chuck) DeLucia
were married at Southside
Baptist Church on June 18, and
a picture of the couple in all
their wedding finery appeared
in the July 22 edition. The bride
was the daughter of Mr. and


I Perry July 29-30, 2011
SNews-Herald


DONALD D. LINCOLN SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Publisher Managing Editor
DEBBIE CARLTON CAROLYN DuBOSE
Business Manager Advertising Director
ANGELAM. CASTELUCCI KARIN WILLIAMS
Staff Writer/Advertising Sales Graphic Arts
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Mrs. George Udell Granthum.
Genelle Horton and Bruce
Bolton announced their
engagement with a Sept. 11
wedding planned. She was.the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin
Horton, and he was the sonrof
Thyrza Bolton and Billy Bolton.
Miss Glenda McRory and
Michael O'Quinn Huxford
announced their plans to marry
on Aug. 21 at the First United
Methodist Church.

FREEMAN LANDS JOB
James W. "Chip" Freeman
Jr., the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmy Freeman of Perry, joined
the CPA firm of'Yarbrough,
Dennard, Tench & Daily in
Clearwater. Freeman graduated
from Florida State with a B.S.
degree in accounting.

LADY BARBER
Carole Knight was pictured
with the caption, "Lady Barber."
Knight was Perry's only female
barber, having graduated from


Tallahassee Barber College in
1975. She joined forces with
Riley & Redmon and was
pictured giving Chuck Wilson
a trim.

EMPORIUM EXPANDS
Store employees were busy
preparing for the opening of
the new Emporium Men's
and Boys' Store--a two-story
addition to the Emporium
establishment which would
occupy the former home of the
Perry Haberdashery.

PRICE CHECK
Bananas were 15 cents a
pound at Towne Square and
fryer quarters were 44 cents a
pound.
A five-pound bag of sugar
was 88 cents at Piggy Wiggly
and, StarKist tuna was 49 cents
a can.
At the A&P, ground beef was
78 cents a pound and a four-roll
package of Kleenex bathroom
tissue was 78 cents.


-7 .- .. ." .. .... -
t'. i ' -. *a


Health matters
This photo of a house in Taylor County was taken
around 1930. From the collection of the Florida State
Archives, the accompanying note read: "In 1931 the
State Board of Health initiated a midwife licensing
program to reduce infant mortality and to promote
maternal and child health. Residents of homes of this
type have been influenced through the Taylor County
Health Unit to build sanitary toilets."


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dating from 2005 through 2010. This
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The next

chapter for

Chief Cook

James Cook needs a job.
Less than eight hours after retiring as
the City of Perry's fire chief, the 25-year
veteran of the local fire department was
told by his wife, Chrisann, and their two
daughters to, "Get a job."
"Anthony, you know James," Chrisann
reminded me. "It's not going to be fun for
him sitting around the house because he's
been getting up going to work for so long.
He's used to having something to do."
I agree with Chrisann. James really
does need a job. But, I agree for a totally
different reason.
When did people our age start retiring?
No one was more surprised than I was
when James began his career with the
fire department because, having grown
up in the same neighborhood and being
only a few months older than him, I knew
James didn't grow up wanting to be a
fireman. Unlike the rest of the kids in the
neighborhood who had dreams of being
this or that, James never knew what he
wanted to be.
"I know I wasn't looking to be a fireman,"
he said with a grin. "I kind of just fell in
the job. But, I knew I was in the right job
after I rescued an infant from a burning
house on Schwartz Street. I hadn't been on
the job six months, and it was my first real
fire and my first time rescuing somebody."
After stumbling into the job in 1986,
James went on to spend 13 years as a
department captain and two years as the
city's fire chief.
So I asked the early retiree, "What's
next?"
"I'm going to take a couple of months off
and then I'll go back to work in the public
or private sector," he answered. "It may
even be as a volunteer."
That's when Chrisann made her job
plans for James known.
"In the meantime, his first new job will
be to come down to the store and paint the
walls pink," she said.
James responded with the same "are you
serious?" expression that she responded
with when he first told her about his plans
to retire.
Back in March, as James considered the
possibility of retiring, Chrisann opened a
women's fashion store, Cook's Fashions,
on Ellis Street. The store closed recently
for remodeling and will have its grand
re-opening on Aug. 3.
So, I asked James, "Did you plan your
retirement to coincide with the grand re-
opening of your wife's store next week?"
He didn't beat around the bush.
"That's my wife's store, and I support
her 100 percent," he replied. "But I won't
be painting pink walls or selling lingerie."
"He'll be painting," Chrisann said
sternly.
Sensing that I may be starting the couple's
first post-retirement disagreement, I did
what any good friend of the same age who
is years from retiring would do. I decided
to offer James some suggestions.
"Go back to school," I suggested.
"School might be an option later," he
responded. Then he said, making sure the
wife could hear him, "But after 25 years
of working all the time, all I want to do is
enjoy my family."
"Well, we do have a grandbaby now and
she's going to keep him busy," Chrisann
said with a pleased smile. "So, his new job
will be babysitting."
James may never have known what he
wanted to be, but he always knew what to
say and when.


P.O. Box 888
Perry, Florida


123 S. Jefferson Street
(850) 584-5513


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


Open for business
Taylor County Commissioner Lonnie Houck cuts the ribbon during grand opening ceremonies held Thursday morning for the new Steinhatchee public boat ramp. A project
many years in the making, the ramp is now officially open for business. Joining Houck in the ceremony were his fellow commissioners Mark Wiggins, Malcolm Page, Pat
Patterson and Pam Feagle, as well as State Rep. Leonard Bembry and numerous county officials and community supporters. The ramp is located at the former Ideal Marina
site in Steinhatchee, which the county purchased last fall for $2.54 million.


USPS held public hearing in '09 about closure


POST OFFICE
Continued from page 1
:Florida area that also made the
-possible closure list includes
Day in Lafayette County and
Gulf Hammock and Otter Creek
in Levy County. The current
evaluation is expected to last at
least four months.
Postal officials conducted a
public hearing in Salem in 2009
about possibly closing the post
office there but little has been
heard from the federal agency
since then.
"Today, more than 35 percent
of the Postal Service's retail


UNEMPLOYMENT
Continued from page 1
Taylor had the 33rd highest
unemployment rate in June,
down from 31st in May.
Hendry County overtook
Flagler County at the top of
the list with 16.2 percent while
Monroe County boasted the
lowest rate with 6.6 percent.
Among Taylor's neighbors,
Madison County had the
highest unemployment rate with
12.2 percent, followed by Dixie
County with 12 percent, both
increases over May's figures.
Below Taylor were Jefferson


revenue comes from expanded
access locations such as grocery
stores, drug stores, office supply
stores, retail chains, self-service
kiosks, ATMs and usps.com,
open 24/7," said Postmaster
General Patrick Donahoe. "Our
customers' habits have made it
clear that they no longer require
a physical post office to conduct
most of their postal business."
For communities currently
without a postal retail office and
for communities affected by
these retail optimization efforts,
the Postal Service introduced
the Village Post Office as a
potential replacement option.


County at 8.8 percent and
Lafayette at 7.7 percent, also
showing increases compared to
April.
Florida's seasonally adjusted
unemployment rate in June was
10.6 percent. This represented
982,000 jobless out of a
labor force of 9,234,000. The
state's unemployment rate was
unchanged from May but 0.8
percentage point lower than the
June 2010 rate of 11.4 percent.
The U.S. unemployment rate
was 9.2 percent in June.
Florida's seasonally
adjusted total nonagricultural
employment in June is


Village Post Offices would be
operated by local businesses,
such as pharmacies, grocery
stores and other appropriate
retailers, and would offer
popular postal products and
services such as stamps and flat-
rate packaging.
"By working with third-party
retailers, we're creating easier,
more convenient access to our
products and services when
and where our customers want
them," Donahoe said. "The
Village Post Office will offer
another way for us to meet our
customers' needs."
With 32,000 postal retail


Brown: 'Somebody is going


to have to dig up everything'


UNDER FIRE working on the roads, which
Continued from page 1 is good for the residents, but
does not bring us any closer to
originally supposed to take only having the lines certified by the
six, months_ q complete, is nowy,,Departept ,of Environmental
in its 20t month. Protection (DEP) so that we can


"City staff will meet with
the bond company and the
contractor Aug. 11. We are
taking steps that will hopefully
bring this thing to a head.
Regardless of the outcome, we
know that somebody is going to
have to dig up everything to fix
it right," Brown said.
"He (the contractor) is


start turning part of the system
on. There is nothing being
done to get us to that point.
We also made the contractor
aware that he is doing roadwork
over lines that haven't passed
inspection. This was the same
thing that happened before and
he had to dig everything up," he
continued.


"When you 'Google' the
contractor, you see many
instances where he has run afoul
with projects all over. I think a
remedy needs to be pushed
toward the bonding company,"
Councilman Don Cook
said.
"We know of five or six other
jobs that he (Withers) has had
problems with since he began
this job," Brown said.
"I think going to the licensing
board is the appropriate step to
take," Ketring said.
*


7,247,000, an increase of 4,300
jobs (+0.1 percent) from May.
Florida has gained 85,500 jobs
from January through June
2011.
"While Florida's continued
pattern of job growth is good
news, we still have much work
to do to restore our state's
economy to pre-recession
levels, and that effort remains
our highest priority," said
AWI Director Cynthia R.
Lorenzo.


offices and more than 70,000 about 100,000 locations across serve communities and deliver
third-party retailers the nation where they can do value," Donahoe added.
Approved Postal Providers business with the Postal Service. Donahoe recently proposed
- selling postage stamps and "The Postal Service of the ending Saturday delivery and
providing ,expanded access future will be smaller, leaner has suggested cutting back
to other postal products and and more competitive and it will to three days per week by
services, customers today have continue to drive commerce, 2025.


DMH has 'cultural history' of


being known for free care?


DMH
Continued from page 1
during the summer, however,
Huth said 80-hour employees
have been temporarily reduced
to 72 hours.
For. the fiscal year, gross
patient revenue at DMH was
$62.6 million, up from $50.8
million. After contractual
adjustments, net revenue was
up $2.1 million compared to the
prior year.
Operating expenses were also
up some $3.3 million, which
included outfitting the medical
complex and hiring new
physicians and their associated
staff, Huth;said.
A new general surgeon, Keith


Moore from the Houston, Texas,
area, is expected to begin work
at DMH in the next month once
he secures his Florida license,
Huth added.
Despite the new revenue
streams, however, Huth said
the jump in uncompensated
care "was a hurdle the hospital
couldn't overcome this year."
In April alone, bad debt
jumped to more than $1 million,
an all-time monthly high. The
number had been running
under $600,000 a month since
November.
S'Acc6rding' to' Huth, the rise
seen over the past year has led
DMH to institute a new policy
for self-pay patients and elective
surgeries.


Going forward, those who
are self-pay and want to have
elective procedures will need to
provide a down payment to be
accepted.
Huth said self-pay is currently
running at a 95 percent default
rate.
"We only collect five percent
on self-pay," he said.
When speaking to the
commission last week,
Huth added, "The hospital,
unfortunately I've discovered,
has a cultural history of being
known for free care. People
from other counties, people
from Tallahassee, people will
move here to get that. We
can't survive doing stuff like
that."


Dixie, Madison unemployment


rates higher than Taylor County


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LEANN 850 838-7343
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Saturday, August 6, 2011
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Come out and join Dr. Khodr, Linda Bickel ARNP, and staff for

FUN, FOOD and GAMES
* Backpack Giveaway (for VPK 5th grades) Smokey the Bear & Clowns
* Carnival Games w/ school supplies for prizes Taylor Co. Health Dept.
* Hot Dogs, Popcorn, Sno-Cones, Drinks Perry Police K9 Unit
* Ruby the Clown painting faces Taylor Co. Sheriff Dept.
* City of Perry Fire Truck DMH Ambulance
* Coloring Contest Winner to be announced (entries available at the office from 7/27-8/3)






























Off to Vanderbilt
Ben Morgan graduated from Nova Southeastern University's School of Dentistry on
May 29. The son of Dr. Lamar and Martha Morgan of Perry, he received the Oral
and Maxio Facial Surgery Award during commencement exercises. He is currently
fulfilling an internship in Oral and Maxio Facial Surgery at Vanderbilt Medical
Center in Nashville, Tenn. The graduate is pictured with his father, right, and his
brother, Danny, who are in practice together at Morgan Family Dentistry.

SNew Arrival
Colton Christopher Hathcock
Kelly Kuehn and Chris Hathcock of Perry announce the birth of
their son, Colton Christopher, on July 5, 2011, at 11:12 p.m. in
Tallahassee. He weighed 6 pounds, 1 ounce and was 20" long.
Maternal grandparents are Wanda Kuehn and Jimmy Kuehn of
Perry. Maternal great grandparents are Robert Foskey, the late
.. Myrtice Foskey, Bill Parker of Orlando and the late Linda Lewis.
Perry. The baby's paternal great grandparents include JoAnn
Hathcock of Perry, the late Staff Hathcock Sr., Jean Bowdoin of
S Perry and Bill Benson of Atlanta, Ga.

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appreciate
By DEBORAH SHEFFIELD
SHADY GROVE NEWS correspondent
Greetings from far away!
I am far away from Shady Grove sitting in the
cool air on the front porch of a cabin high atop a
mountain in full summer leaf near Franklin, N.
C. Our windows have been open, so the gentle
breeze drafts through the entire house, making
air conditioning unnecessary. Becky, Sam,
Sandy and I have been gathering in the living
room to read, write, talk and just be. This cannot
go on forever, of course, but what peace and
beauty abound here in this very moment.
So far we have trekked up Wayabald
Mountain to a 1930's stone lookout tower where
we can see four states surrounded by blooming
mountain magnolias, forests of a thousand
different trees, and sounds found only in the
peace of nature. Afterwards, we made our way to
Rufus Morgan Falls where we hiked up a narrow
trail bordered by lush mountain foliage on the
right and a terrifying deep ravine to the left. I
moved my tote bag to the other side so that


home more
gravity wouldn't work against me in any way; but
that was the least of my worries. When we
reached a waterfall near the top and stopped to
rest for a moment and dip into the cool mountain
stream, it began to rain. The trail wasn't paved,
but rather was mostly just dirt that soon became
mud...remember the ravine was now to the right!
I was hiking in my white New Balance walking
shoes--not the Vasque Hiking boots favored by
experienced hikers like Sammy.
You see, I am really not a hiker at all--in fact,
it is only since moving to Shady Grove that I
have begun to really appreciate our natural
world. Many Sunday afternoons were spent in
misery as a kid growing up in Tennessee as my
childhood family made our way around curvy
mountain roads and up trails to many waterfalls
and mountain streams. On this trip, I have
discovered that the source of that misery was
most likely the motion sickness that I still have to
this day going around hairpin curves while ears
pop from the altitude changes!
"* Please see page 7


The best view from this mountain trail showcased the "lush mountain foliage." On
the other side, a deep ravine greeted Deborah Sheffield, left, and friends.


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My name is Liberty, "Libby" for short. My person hurt me badly, and I
needed surgery to fix my broken ley. A kind lady from Helping Hands of
the Shelter, Inc. is caring for me now, but I will need surgery again to
remove the pins in my leg, plus my shots and stuff.
Helping Hands of the Shelter volunteers willbe having a dog wash
on Saturday, Aug. 6, from 10 a.m. untfl 2 p.m., af the Perry Animal
Hosplfal, 1900 South Dixie Hwy., to raise funds just for melll
Please come and get your dog bathed and manicured for only $10 (proof of
current vaccinations required and dogs must be on a leash). There will be
doggie ice cream, hot dogs, cool drinks and baked goods for people too.
Donation jars will be out around town, or you can mail your donation,
which is fax deductible, to:

Liberty Fund"
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3548 Woods Creek Road Kisses,
Perry, FL 32341 Liberty


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Happy 21st Birthday
Tia Shanae Parker
July 28th 2011
Daughter of:
Josle Burney, Willie James Burney
& Emmit Parker
Granddaughter of:
Mattle Lewis & Joe Louis White
Trust in God,
He will always be there for you.
Love, Your Mom, Josie Burney,
Jamal, Jasmine, Jonathan & Family


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


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NOTICE OF

BUDGET HEARING


The Taylor County School Board

will soon consider a

budget for fiscal year 2011-12.



A budget hearing to make a

DECISION on the budget AND TAXES

will be held on



Tuesday, August 2, 2011,



at 6:00 pm

at

The School Board Meeting Room



Alton H. Wentworth

Administrative Complex





318 North Clark Street,

Perry, Florida 32347


BUDGET SUMMARY
THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF TAYLOR COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT ARE 8.6%
LESS THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.
FISCAL YEAR 2011-12
PROPOSED VILLAGE LEVIES SUBJECT TO 10-MILL CAP:
Required Local Effort 5.1250 Basic Discretionary Operating 0.7480 Debt Service 0.0000
Basic Discretionary Capital
Outlay 1.5000 Discretionary Critical Needs (Operating or Capital) 0.0000
Additional Discretionary
Capital Outlay 0.0000 Additional Discretionary (Statutory, Voted) 0.2500 Total Millage 7.6236
GENERAL SPECIAL DEBT CAPITAL PERMANENT ENTERPRISE TOTAL ALL
ESTIMATED REVENUES: FUND REVENUE SERVICE PROJECTS FUND FUND FUNDS
Federal sources 66,900 4,908,740 4,975,4
State sources 10,720,515 29,900 379,000 11,129,415
Local sources 8,138,622 346,000 1,790,794 2,381,635 12,657,051
TOTAL SOURCES $18,926,037 $5,284,640 $0 $2,169,794 $0 $2,381,635 $2,72,1"
Transfers in 335,000 3386,M
Fund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets 2,941,763 127,023 3,446,453 295,168 6,810407
TOTAL REVENUES, TRANSFERS &
BALANCES $22,202,800 $5,411,663 $0 $5,616,247 $0 $2,676,803 $35,907,513

EXPENDITURES
Instruction 9,987,195 2,549,489 12,83L,
Pupil Personnel Services 1,210,034 390,967 1,601,001
Instructional Media Services 196,09Q 0 1t00.
Instructional and Curriculum Development Servi 869,514 148,131 1,017,64
Instructional Staff Training Services 25,367 279,066 304,433
Instruction Related Technology 125,630 572 100,000 226,202
School Board- 230,580 0 230,80
General Administration 280,288 133,530 2,106,550 2,520,3M 6
School Administration 1,486,455 182,652 1,1W,107
Facilities Acquisition and Construction 0 0 750,000 760,000
Fiscal Services 377,806 0 377,06
Food Services 1,043 1,524,455 1,525,4
Central Services 305,886 4,000 309,88
Pupil Transportation Services 1,323,804 107,087 450,000 1,1M0,01
Operation of Plant 2,622,532 59,456 2,661,90
Maintenance of Plant 212,299 0 765,000 977,20
Administrative Technology Services 181,179 0 181,179
Community Services 62,233 5,979 6,212
Debt Services 0 0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES $19,497,935 $5,385,384 $0 $2,065,000 $0 $2,106,550 $29,064M
Transfers Out 335,000 33,
Fund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets 2,369,865 26,279 0 3,216,247 0 570,253 0.182,044
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES
TRANSFERS, RESERVES & BALANCES $21,867,800 $5,411,663 $0 $5,616,247 $0 $2,676,803 $35,572,613
The tentative, adopted, andlor final budgets are on file in the office of the above mentioned taxing authority as a public record


A-5 Perry News-Herald June 29-30,2011

NOTICE OF TAX FOR

SCHOOL CAPITAL OUTLAY

The District School Board of Taylor County will soon consider a measure
to continue to impose a 1.50 mill property tax for the capital outlay projects
listed herein.
This tax is in addition to the school board's proposed tax of 6.123 mills for
operating expenses and is proposed solely at the discretion of the school
board.
The capital outlay tax will generate approximately $ 1,790,794 to be used
for the following projects:


CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING
District-wide


MAINTENANCE, RENOVATION, AND REPAIR
District Wide Maintenance


MOTOR VEHICLE PURCHASES
Purchase of up to four (4) School Buses and one maintenance vehicle


NEW AND REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT AND ENTERPRISE
SOFTWARE
Purchase of Furniture, Equipment and School Technology District Wide,
including enterprise technology


PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS FOR PROPERTY AND CASUALTY
INSURANCE NECESSARY TO INSURE THE EDUCATIONAL AND
ANCILLARY PLANTS OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT


All concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing to be held on August
2,2011 at 6:00 pm, in the School Board Meeting Room,located at the Alton
H. Wentworth Administrative Complex, 318 North Clark Street, Perry,
Florida.
A DECISION on the proposed CAPITAL OUTLAY TAXES will be made
at this hearing











Religion



'icd ib i Come tonight to Antioch


By SARAH HALL
Union this weekend
The Ministers, Deacons and
Superintendents Union of
Taylor County will convene at
Antioch M.B. Church, the Rev.
Tony 0. Graham,
pastor/teacher. The local
program is tonight, July 29,
with the host church in charge.
No session Saturday; funeral of
Deacon Forrest L. Thomas Sr.
Sunday Session on July 31
with local superintendent and
Vice President Freddie Richet
in charge. Morning worship at
11 a.m. President's annual
address will be given by
Brother Izell Montgomery Jr.
with New Mt. Zion and
Springhill Choirs.
At 2 p.m., the Women's
Ministry is in charge, Sister
Annie M. Porter presiding. All
women are asked to wear white
for the memorial services. The
Rev. Roosevelt Knight and
New Bethel Choir will be in
charge.
New king,
queen crowned
A new king and queen will
reign for 2011 at the Taylor
Senior Citizen Center. Ethel
Lee McKnight was crowned
queen and Danny Lassinger
was crowned king. Everybody
had an exciting time at the
second annual Senior Prom on
Thursday, July 21, dancing to
the music of the 50s.

Don't forget...

See you at the park
Potter's House Ministries
will continue its "Son of
Summer Series" with an event
at City Park on Saturday, July
30, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.
5th Saturday
A 5th Saturday Meeting will
be held at Steinhatchee
Revival Center on Saturday,
July 30, beginning at 11 a.m.
Yard sale Saturday
There will be a yard sale at
Union Street Church of God on
Saturday, July 30, beginning at
:8 a.m.

Methodists welcome
gospel groups
The Tri-County United
Methodist Churches will host a
gospel sing on Sunday, July 31,
at 6 p.m. in the Perry First
United Methodist Church
featuring The Cavaliers of
Perry and SilverMeadow of
Bradenton.
Chapel Road
Chapel Road of Pigeon
Forge, Tenn., will be featured
in concert at New Home
Baptist Church on Sunday,
July 31, beginning at 7 p.m.


Need to weatherize
your home?
The Suwannee River
Economic Council, Inc.,
provides low-income home
energy assistance for
weatherizing your home as
well as help with electric bills.
You must own your home--
can't be a renter. Call 584-8858
for more information.


School 10:00 a.m.
IWorship 11:00 a.m.


Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
StudylPrayer Meeting


-' Cody McNeese, pastor
b Nursery and Children's Ministry Provided
S the intersection of Puckett Rd. and Gof Course Rd 584-7251

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



BETH Register now for Beth Moore

A Beth Moore simulcast is planned at Fellowship Baptist Church in
Steinhatchee on Saturday, Sept. 10, for a limited number of participants.
S E M The church, located next to the post office, encourages your participation
and early registration. The $25 registration fee covers a continental breakfast
SOR E as well as lunch for all at Roy's Restaurant. Seating is limited to 120.
SRegistration can be completed online at the church website:
-1fellowshipbaptistch.org or by calling 352-356-7692. Worship for the
Si workshop by this internationally acclaimed speaker will be led by Travis
Volo -1t qCottrell.
The event begins at 9:30 a.m. and concludes at 5:15 p.m. All churches, and
O.J- M lt f individuals, in the community are encouraged to make plans to attend.


P "Come unto to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." "
Come and learn more about our Lord, Worship with us together in Spirit and In Truth at



Come study online http://en.netlog.com/Ironyoda


Sunday Morning Bible Study at 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship Services at 10:30 a.m.
Sunday evening at 6:00 p.m.
S Wednesday Bible Study at 7:30 p.m.


Everyone is our Honored Guest!
714 N.Calhoun St. Perry, Fla.
Telephone 584-2645
Email- perrycoc@gmail.com


Good Shepherd Child Development Center

"A Ministry of New Home Baptist Church"

SNow accepting applications for the upcoming school
/ year. Available classroom space is very limited and
allocated on a first come, first serve basis.

Child Care Hours 7:00 5:30 Pre-School Hours 8:00 12:00
Ages 1-10 years of ages A-Beka Book Curriculum
Director: Michelle McNutt

Call 584-7445 or drop by to get an application at 405 E. Hampton Springs Ave.
The Good Shepherd Child Development Center admits students of any race, color, national
and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or
made available to students at the center. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color,
national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies,
scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other center-administered programs.


Taylor County Prayer Initiative
Psalm 20:1-2-The Lord hear thee in the day of trouble;
the name of the God ofJacob defend thee; send thee help
rom the sanctuary, and strengthen thee out ofZion.

The Taylor County Prayer Initiative is a multicultural, nondenominational
lay ministry of Christians from the local community. It is not a Bible study
or a teaching ministry. The focus is prayer. Participants share a meal and
pray. Taylor County has many needs. We believe prayer can make a
difference and that if we ask God for help, He will answer us.

Commission: To defend through prayer and by the grace and power
of the Lord Jesus Christ, the poor, the sick, the brokenhearted, the lost
and the bound in Taylor County and to ask for God's blessings upon the
people, businesses, government and churches of Taylor County.

Location and Time: We meet at Main Street Caf6 in downtown Perry
every Monday at noon. Other than your meal there is no charge.

We want to invite you to join us in asking for God's help in Taylor County.

Also, if you have a personal need and wish for us to pray for you,
you are welcome to come for prayer.
May God bless Taylor County!


First United Methodist Church


SUNDAY WEDBSDAY
Sunday School 8:45 a.m. Youth Activities 6:00 p.m.
Traditional Worship 10:00 a.m. Choir 7:15 p.m.

THURSDAY Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
302 N. Jefferson St. Perry, Fl. (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460
S Rev. JamesTaylor,pastor nursery provided Email fumcp@gtcom.net

NOTICE OF
INHERITANCE
If you know Jesus Christ as your
Lord and Savior, you are an heir of God.
"Therefore, you are no longer a slave but
a son, and if a son, then an heir of
God through Christ." -Gal. 4:7
Lakeside Baptist Church
"A Place to Call Home"


SUNDAmY seVCES
(945 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 .m. Morning Worship
6I00 p.m. DEIciphlhip Training
7 00 p.m. Evnn Worship
www.lakesidebaptistperry.com


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


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In Loving Memory of
Chip Sherrod
June 21, 1978 July 28, 2010
"Gone But Not Forgotten"
All my Love, Aunt Susie
To My Dearest Family:
Some things I'd like to say- but first of all to let you know that I arrived okay,
I'm writing this from Heaven where I dwell with God above, where there's no
more tears or sadness, there is just etemal love. Please do not be unhappy
just because I'm out of sight, remember that I'm with you every morning,
noon and night. That day I had to leave you when my life on earth was
through, God picked me up and hugged me and He said I welcome you. Its
good to have you back again, you were missed while you were gone, as for
your dearest family they'll be here later on. I need you here so badly, as part
of My big plan, there's so much that we have to do to help our mortal man.
Then God gave me a list of things, He wished for me to do and foremost on
that list of mine is to watch and care for you. I will be beside you every day
and week and year, and when you're sad I'm standing there to wipe away
the tear. And when you lie in bed at night, the day's chores put to flight, God
and I are closest to you in the middle of the night. When you think of my life
on Earth and all those loving years, because you're only human, they are
bound to bring you tears. But do not be afraid to cry, it does relieve the pain,
remember there would be no flowers unless there was some rain. I wish
that I could tell you of all that God has planned, but if I were to tell you you
wouldn't understand. But one thing is for certain though my life on Earth is
o'er, I am closer to you now than I ever was before. And to my many friends
trust God knows what is best. I'm still not far away from you, I'm just beyond
the crest. There are rocky roads ahead of you and many hills to climb, but
together we can do it, taking one day at a time. It was always my philosophy
and I'd like it for you too, that as you give unto the World, so the World will
give to you. If you can help somebody who is in sorrow or pain, then you can
say to God at night, my day was not in vain. And now I am contented that my
life it was worthwhile, knowing as I passed along the way, I made somebody
smile. So if you meet somebody who is down and feeling low, just lend him
a hand to pick him up as on your way you go. When you are walking down
the street and you've got me on your'mind, I'm walking in your footsteps only
half a step behind. And when you feel the gentle breeze or the wind upon
your face, that's me giving you a great big hug or just a soft embrace. And
when it's time for you to go from that body to be free, remember you're not
going, you're coming here to me. And I will always love you from that land
way up above.
Will be in touch again soon,
P.S. God sends His Love Author Unknown


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A-7 Perry News-Herald July 29-30, 2011


What was lunch like?

'A Napa Valley Bed

SHADY GROVE VACATION
Continued from page 3
In all this natural immersion, there was a brief but delightful
detour--a visit to some dear friends of Sandy's, Darry and Barbara
Wood, near Franklin, N.C.
They have created an amazing home and life in the mountains.
Lunch with them was something between a Napa Valley Bed and
Breakfast experience and a Cherokee Museum! Incredible folks--
bright, friendly, warm and welcoming. This week's recipe is not a


&


Breakfast and


recipe but rather the menu that Barbara prepared for our lunch:
*Sliced Cherokee Purple Heirloom Tomatoes sliced into halves
and arranged with slices of fresh mozzarella cheese then drizzled
with olive oil and sprinkled with freshly chopped basil;
In one bowl we were served fresh grilled red pepper strips
mixed with zucchini spears slightly seasoned;
the salad was a corkscrew pasta salad mixed with fresh spinach
and basil leaves, chick peas, garlic and a vinegarette dressing;
finally, she warmed whole wheat pita breads served with a
citrus shredded chicken filling and cucumber yogurt topping! The
plate was not only beautiful with all the warm colors but delicious


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too!
Finally, I helped her serve dessert...a vanilla champagne pound
cake with homemade raspberry sorbet and a dollop of lemon curd!
I could not leave without the recipe!!!
In all this slightly hesitant wandering into nature's divine
splendor and glory, I have gained an appreciation for my little
"cabin in the woods" in Shady Grove. No more whining about
what all needs to be done at my house...if I don't have the tool--
there are hardware stores; if I don't know how, I can ask someone
or take a class to show me hov....desire, effort, and
appreciation...learnings from the mountains.


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Sports


A-8 Perry News-Herald July 29-30, 2011
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Keaton Beach
Fishing Report



Trout should pick


up with new moon


Rec league

sign-up to

begin Mon.
Registration for the Perry
Recreation Department's flag
football, tackle football and
cheerleading leagues will run
from Aug. 1-12.
Sign-up packets will
be available at the Fair
Store, Hibbett's Sporting
Goods, City Hall, City
Fire Department (until
9 o'clock each night),
Sports Complex (8 a.m. to
2 p.m. Monday-Friday),
County Administrative
Complex front counter (Old
Post Office) and online
at www.cityofperry.net/
Recreation Parks.html and
www.taylorcountygov.com.
Completed forms and fees
must be received at City Hall
by 5 p.m. Aug. 12. Detailed
information is included with
each packet.


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Iron Dawgs
The Taylor County High football team participated in
the third annual Iron Dawg event on Monday with more
than 100 people in attendance. Team records that
were established over the past two years in the power
clean event were all broken. KJ Johnson (top photo)
power cleaned 305 pounds to highlight Monday night's
event. Bulldog offensive lineman Blaine Brenner (middle
photo) successfully completed his lift. Some of TCHS's
female athletes also got into the weight lifting action
(bottom photo) as Coach Jodie Price spots for one of
her girls.

Barco is new FWC chair


At its recent meeting in St.
Augustine, the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission elected
Commissioner Kathy Barco
of Jacksonville to serve
as chairwoman, effective
immediately.
The term of chairman is
one year. Outgoing Chairman


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wildlife management areas
Because recent rains improved dry conditions across the state,
the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC),
in cooperation with the Florida Division of Forestry, has rescinded
an executive order issued last month that prohibited campfires in
wildlife management areas, wildlife and environmental areas and
all other lands it manages.
Campfires are again allowed in designated areas. For rules and
regulations pertaining to individual wildlife management areas,
please visit MyFWC.com/Hunting and click on "WMA brochures."
While campfires are allowed, the FWC reminds everyone how
important it is to properly manage any campfire to ensure it is under
control and completely extinguished when done.


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Rodney Barreto served as
chairman' for six one-year terms
from 2004 to 2011.
Barco was appointed to
the commission in 2004
by then-Gov. Jeb Bush and
reappointed in 2007 by then-
Gov. Charlie Crist. Her term on
the commission will expire in
August 2012.


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Saturday with his son Michael
and grandson Bailey on board the
Hammer Knocker III. The trio
had seven trout and one Spanish
by noon. The largest trout was 24
inches. Then, they got a limit of
scallops in 45 minutes in seven
feet of water.
The Cadle family of Live Oak
reported to the marina that they
went offshore on Sunday and
brought back pinkmouths, black
sea bass and a flounder while
using cut bait and pinfish for
bait.
Here are some scallop reports
from Keaton Beach Marina:
The Devogt family of
Valdosta, Ga., had their limit of
scallops Thursday and Sunday.
The Shane Kelly family of Ft.
Myers had a limit of scallops
from 6 feet of water last Saturday.
On Sunday, the Koller and
Faloon families of Orlando had
their limits from 5-6 feet of
water.
The John Cone family of Lake
City had 4.5 gallons of scallops
and a ton of fun from 4 feet of
water last Saturday.
The Heidi Hess family of
Tampa had a blast scalloping in
5 feet of water on Sunday.
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we approach the new moon on
Saturday night.
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Zack Cook, Nathan Alexander
and Makensie Bruce of
Woodstock, Ga., Wednesday,
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Community


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


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Viola, White winners at annual press awards


commendations for their work.
Viola, who has worked full-
time for Perry Newspapers, Inc.,


Colurinist Anthony White


for eight years, earned a first
place award in the Humorous
Column.category for his, "Don't


Mark Viola, left, at the awards ceremony


Forget Some Common Courtesy
When You Enter the Movie
Theatre."
Viola's Entertainment page
also earned a third place award
for Criticism.
In this category, each entrant
submitted three reviews which
were judged for their pertinence,
skillful writing and creative
presentation.
For this award, Viola was in
competition with papers which
strictly deal with arts and leisure
topics.
Joining him in the winners'
circle was Anthony White,
columnist and long-time writer
for Perry Newspapers, Inc.
White earned a third place in
the Serious Column division for
his "Remember When: Facts
are still facts" about entering
kindergarten when integration
was federally mandated.


White has been working on
and off 'for Perry Newspapers
for more than 20 years, as staff
writer in between his college
work, and now as a free-lance
columnist.
"We are very proud to have
writers of this caliber at our
newspapers," said Don Lincoln,
publisher of Perry Newspapers,
Inc.
"We extend our
congratulations to Mark and
Anthony, and look forward to
more fine work from both."
The awards ceremony,
attended by Viola, was held
at the Renaissance Vinoy
Resort and Golf Club in St.
Petersburg.
Gov. Rick Scott was one of
the featured speakers.
More than 1500 entries
were judged for this year's
competition.


NFCC serves free lunch,


information Tuesday, Aug.


North Florida Community
College (NFCC) is hitting the
road and bringing information
directly to each of its six-
county service areas over the
next few weeks. The college is
hosting community cookouts in
Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette,


Madison, Suwannee and Taylor
counties.
Taylor County will be
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Entertainment


B-2 Perry News-Herald July 29-30,201"


'Captain America' brings the


right

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a connected universe
to that point.
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their characters to th
"secret" scenes plant
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of period war film ar
adaptation in peacefi
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and creating someth
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flick.
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being rejected yet
Army due to his sm;
medical conditions. f
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cheer him up, but St
ends up trying to enli
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approves Steve's en
program attempting
the war effort. There
Chester Phillips (To
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Atwell, "The Pillars
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father to Tony Stark,
Man.
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Schmidt (Hugo Weavi
an ancient artifact wh
his war machines: (T
credits of "Thor" wil
subject of one of Dr.
Schmidt considers h
world conquest on his
separate from the Na;


stuff to the big screen

n Marvel Comics' "Thor" hit Of course, Erkine's new project works, turning
d my amazement at how the Steve into the powerful Captain America, and
rate its multiple characters into eventually he joins the war effort, fighting against
had worked almost flawlessly Schmidt, now known as Red Skull.
Interestingly, although Captain America the hero
an," "The Incredible Hulk" is separated from his future teammates by some
successful films, introducing 70 years, "Captain America: The First Avenger"
he movie-going public. Using is the most interconnected of Marvel's films to
ed after the credits, Marvel has date. It's not necessary to see the "Iron Man" or
veb connecting them together "Thor" to enjoy "Captain America," but those who
The Avengers," which will see have will notice a few connections, sweetening the
am up to save the planet. experience.
uperhero to get his own film Be sure to stay after the credits here as well to
s team-up is Captain America. see what begins as yet another "secret" scene, but
hey say about .. evolves into a quick teaser of next
It is definitely year's "The Avengers."
America: The.'' As for "Captain America,"
ch is probably Marvel continues its trend of finding
duct to date just the right director for each of its
ead by Chris~ products. They had Shakespearean
3ur"). The film director Kenneth Branagh take on
dual identities. "Thor," which featured all of the
nd comic book :I familial infighting and betrayal one
ul coexistence, .. might expect from the bard himself.
along the way Here, they tapped Joe Johnston,
ing more than who has a pedigree for period
mer popcorn films such as "The Rocketeer" and
"Hildalgo."
Steve Rogers I In "Captain America" he creates
tw York City, another great period film, one
again by the which looks and, more importantly,
all stature and feels incredibly authentic despite
is friend, Sgt. James "Bucky" the fact that we are watching a superhero scamper
tan, "Black Swan"), tries to around war-torn Europe.
eve wants to do his part and Really taking the film to the next level, however,
st again. is the cast. Evans gives by far the best performance
-r, he garners the attention of I've seen from him. Helping him is some incredibly
ine (Stanley Tucci, "Julie well done practical special-effects which for the first
patriot Ger~gan scientist. jyo:.. a.ttirn Eyans from his true stature to a "90-pound
itry as a candidate for his asthmatic." From the trailers, I was worried the
to create super soldiers for work would fall into the "uncanny valley," but it
r Steve works under Colonel manages to avoid that territory and makes Steve's
ommy Lee Jones, "Men in transformation into Captain America all the more
officer Peggy Carter (Hayley breathtaking.
s of the. Earth"), and meets Everyone else is solid as well, with Jones stealing
inic Cooper, "The Duchess"), many of his scenes with his usual dry wit and Tucci
who will go on to become Iron almost unrecognizable as the wizened Dr. Erskine.
Parents should note that Captain America is a
n Europe, Nazi officer Johann soldier first and a superhero second, so there are
ing,"The Matrix") hunts down quite a few more deaths and gunshots than your
rich he wants to use to power typical comic book adaptation.
'hose who stayed through the Whether "Captain America" is the first Avenger
11 recognize the artifact.) The or the last, the film is the best superhero film to hit
Erskine's early experiments, theaters this summer, and one of the better movies
himself super-human and has of the season.
s mind, creating his own army The film is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of
zis. sci-fi violence and action.


'Source Code' on DVD, Blu-ray


"Source Code," the smart sci-fi thriller from
director Duncan Jones, is now available on DVD
and Blu-ray.
The film boasts a great lead performance from
Jake Gyllenhaal ("Prince of Persia: The Sands of
Time") and brings many of the best aspects of
Jones' earlier effort, "Moon."
As "Source Code" opens, we join Capt.
Colter Stevens (Gyllenhaal) when he awakes
on a Chicago-bound commuter train, unable to
remember where he is or how he got there from
Afghanistan, where he had been stationed. Adding
to his confusion, the woman sitting across him,
Christina (Michelle Monaghan, "Kiss Kiss Bang
Bang"), calls him Sean Fentress.
His driver's license says the same
thing, but the photo doesn't match
his face...except when he looks in a
mirror, it does.
Before he can get a grasp on
the situation, however, the train
explodes. Capt. Stevens finds
himself alone in an enclosed
capsule. On a screen in front of
him, Capt. Colleen Goodwin (Vera
Farmiga, "Up in the Air") appears,
asking him about the bomb.
Before long, Stevens discovers he
is part of Source Code, a military
experiment through which he can
enter the body of Sean Fentress over and over for
the final eight minutes of the man's life in order to
discover the location of the bomb that killed him
and who planted it.
As the mysterious Dr. Rutledge (Jeffrey Wright,
"Cadillac Records") explains, Stevens can't
actually change the past while in Source Code, but
he can help them identify the bomber in time to stop
a second, more powerful attack. Each time he goes
back, however, he will only have eight minutes.
While Jones wrote the screenplay for "Moon,"
this time he is working off of a script from Ben
Ripley ("Species In," "The Watch"). Despite not
having much of a resume, Ripley creates a strong
story here, one part "Groundhog Day" and one part
"Deja Vu," although much more successful than
the latter. While the time trips are only for eight


minutes, there is enough variety to keep them
from feeling monotonous. Meanwhile, the script
presents the necessary information in a moderated
flow through the course of the film without being
overtly coy about it. This is one of those stories
whose various threads are mostly tied up by the
end of the movie, but can still spark a number of
interesting conversations for the drive home.
The script falls to Jones' strengths, presenting
intriguing mysteries to be solved on multiple
levels. Additionally, like in "Moon," much of
Stevens' interactions off the train are mostly
through computer monitors. Jones draws a great
performance from Gyllenhaal, who manages to
create a full-fledged character even
as he spends his time either alone
in his capsule or racing around
trying not get blown up.
B In fact, the entire cast is very
solid here. Monaghan has just
.the right mix of confusion over
1 "Sean's" actions and a self-sureness
to keep Christina's character
interesting even though she spends
most of the film in the dark over
what is happening. Meanwhile,
Gyllenhaal and Farmiga establish
an incredible rapport even though
their characters' only connection is
through a computer monitor. Wright
rounds out the main cast and is suitably ominous
and downright heartless at times.
While "Source Code" presents itself as a
mystery, I found myself by the end caring more
about the characters themselves than the whodunit.
That's not to say the mystery is poorly presented.
It's just that Jones and his cast do such a good job
of making me care.
"Source Code" is rated PG-13 for some violence
including disturbing images, and for language.
Both the Blu-ray and DVD versions are packed
with bonus features including audio commentary
with Jake Gyllenhaal, director Duncan Jones and
writer Ben Ripley. Exclusive to Blu-ray is the
dynamic "Access: Source Code," which gives
viewers the option to explore different aspects of
the film as the movie plays.


Cirque du Soleil will present Dralion in Tallahassee with four days of performance
Sept. 28 through Oct. 2. (Photos by Daniel Desmarais)


Cirque du Soleil will bring quest for


harmony to Tallahassee with Dralion


Cirque du Soleil is once again
heading to the Tallahassee-
Leon County Civic Center, this


time with Dralion, part of a
nationwide arena tour.
The four-day stop will feature


More than 16,000 feet of fabric were used in creating
the costumes for Dralion.


eight performances, including
three matinees.
Fusing the 3,000-year-old
tradition of Chinese acrobatic
arts with the multidisciplinary
approach of Cirque du Soleil;
Dralion draws its inspiration
from Eastern philosophy and iti
never-ending quest for harmony
ber% een humans and nature.ThN
show's name is derived from it4
two emblematic creatures: thq
dragon, symbolizing the East!
and the lion, symbolizing th
\Vest.
In Dralion, the four elements
that govern the natural ordel
take on a human form. Thus
embodied, each element 'i
represented by its own evocative
colour: air is blue; water i4
green; fire is red; earth is ochre-
In the world of Dralion, culture
blend, Man and Nature are one,
and balance is achieved.
Tallahassee showtimeg
include Sept. 28, 7:30 p.m.;
,pt. 2 p,,&,a ,mpjn, ;Sept. ,30j
rT30 andS7'!-0 .m.; Oct. 1,3:3Q
and 7:30 p.m.; and Oct. 2, 1 anq
5 p.m. Ticket prices are $35 to
$90.
For more information, visit
www.tlccc.org. To purchase
tickets, call 800-322-3602 ol
visit www.ticketmaster.com.
Phone and Internet orders ar.
subject to service charges.


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JUNE 1-JULY 31
The Hippodrome Theatre in
Gainesville has extended its
run of "Suds" through the end of
July. The musical tells the story
of a young woman and the four
guardian angels who teach her
about finding true love in, of all
places, a laundromat. "Suds"
is loaded with good clean fun,
bubbling energy and more than
50 well-known songs which
topped the charts of the 1960s,
including "Respect," 'Where
the Boys Are" and "Say A Little
Prayer." Ticket prices vary
depending on showtime and can
be purchased by calling 352-375-
4477 or online at thehipp.org.
AUG. 12-21
The Quincy Music Theatre will
play host to "Sweet Charity" In
the musical, Charity works at a
dance club where she has seen
only the dark side of life through
bad relationships. One day she


meets Oscar and believes her
luck has changed. When things
turn sour, Charity stays sweet and
hopeful that someday her ideals
will materialize. Showtimes are
8:30 p.m. Aug. 12-13 and 19-20,
with 2 p.m. matinees on Aug. 14
and 20-21.Tickets are $14 to
$17. For more information or to
purchase tickets, visit online at
www.qmtonline.com.
AUG. 18-SEPT. 4
The Tallahassee Little Theatre
begins its 2011-12 season with
"Rumors," a farce by Neil Simon.
In the comedy, four couples are
about to experience a dinner
party like no other! Gathering
for a 10th wedding anniversary
celebration, the guests arrive
to discover there are no
servants, the hostess is missing
and the host has been shot
through the earlobe. For more
information about, visit www.
tallahasseeelittletheatre.org or
call 850-224-8474.


AuG. 31-SEPT. 25
The Hippodrome Theatre in
Gainesville presents "God of
Carnage," a play byYasmina
Reza, the award-winning
playwright of ART and Life
x3. Two sets of sophisticated,
educated parents meet up to
discuss the playground antics
of their 11-year-old sons.
What starts out as a calm and
reasonable meeting of the minds
turns into a hysterically revealing
night of name-calling, tantrums
and tears. Ticket prices vary
depending on showtime and can
be purchased by calling 352-375-
4477 or online at thehipp.org.

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DEADLINES:
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!


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Auction this Friday! Downtown Perry.
6:30 p.m. corner of Green and
Washington. We have general
merchandise as well as tools,
collectibles, stereo equipment and
furniture. Something for everyone!
This week's featured items include a
large birdcage, a 30 gal. compressor
and a large lot of Army surplus
supplies. Call 850-672-9800 for more
information. Gary Bonney, Auctioneer
AU2021/AB2011.
05/06tfnDNA



Christmas in July, Friday and Saturday
at 529 Mangum Close Rd.
07/27-07/29
Estate sale, Friday and Saturday at 529
Mangum Close Rd.
07/27-07/29
Yard sale, Saturday from 8 a.m. 12
p.m. at Quail Pointe 302 Judson Dr.
07/29
Yard sale/gift shop, Friday, Saturday
and Sunday from 8:30-till behind fruit
stand on Beach Road past Dead Man's
Curve (inside white building). Hand-
forged knives, purses, blankets, John-
Deere quilts, baby crib set and lots
more. Call (850) 295-4205 for more
information.
07/29
Yard sale Friday and Saturday 8 a.m. -
12 p.m. Boy clothes newborn to 5T,
women's clothes, household items and
lots more. 1441 E. Green Street. Call
(850) 843-3194 for more information.
07/29
Friday and Saturday. 5 family yard sale.
9 a.m. until. 3498 Hwy. 19 South (Taylor
Storage Center across from Taylor
Tech). Big Summer Clearance Sale in
Jan's area. HP computer- $100.00,
computer desks, Casio keyboard,
dining table and chairs, 2 blue velour
living room chairs, cordless phones,
sewing machine, microwave, bread,
machine, Champion juicer, vacuum
cleaner, small appliances, coffee table,
end table, end tables, bakers rack,.
electric chain saw, travel system, adult
bikes, new and used tools, books,
comics, toys, fashion jewelry, baby
clothes $1.00, jeans $1.00, scrubs -
$2.00, up to 50% of many things, 50
cent area, low prices on everything.
07/29




Need Cash?
Got Junk?
Got Junk Cars, Truck?
I buy Scrap Metals!!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
tfnRC
Riding lawn mower for sale: Red Troybilt
Rider, 19 horsepower Kohler engine,
42' deck, mows in reverse, tune,
service/new battery (06/17/11), $650
obo. Call 584-9212 and leave message.
07/27 tfnSG



Yellow and chocolate lab puppies for
sale. (850) 838- 6116
07/29, 08/08
Free to very good home. Registered 6-
year-old golden lab. Male neutered,
great with kids, other dogs, inside or
outside, very picky about his new
home. New home cannot have a pool or
be near any water. Call for details and
interview (850) 672-0359
07/29TFNTM



We buy junk cars and trucks for $125-
$225. 7 days a week. Call 386-658-
1030 or 904-887-8513.
07/06-09/30



Found a key in front of Perry
Newspapers Thursday morning, July
14th. Please call 850-584-5513.
tfn




A 4 BD/2 bath in Perry (in the El
Dorado Subdivision). Small down
payment. Owner has financing. $483
per month. Call Jeff at 352-262-4531.
07/13tfnTMH
2011 1720 sq.ft. Jacobsen MH. 3 BD/2
bath tape and texture walls. Paved


street and nice trees. $495 per month.
Owner has financing. Call 352-303-
8771.
07/13tfnTMH

Small ads...
... BIG deals!!!!!


A 4BD/3 BA Jacobsen triple-wide on 1
acre right off Snapper Road
with free carport & furniture Owner
must sell & has financing $7,800 down,
$791 per month. Call 352-493-9600
after 6 p.m., 352-303-8771 or 352-
262-4531.
07/27 tfnTMH
Prestige Home center in Chiefland.
New manager and new lower prices.
Land/home, used homes and new
homes. We finance. The creative
finance queen has arrived! Call 352-
493-2492.
07/06-07/29PH
Must see!! Over 2,000 sq. ft. 4 BD/2
bath waterfront. Suwannee River. 8
acres, fireplace, RV hook-ups for
guests. Amazing price of $139,995.
10% down. Owner finance. Call 386-
344-5024.
07/06-07/29PH
Western red cedar log home. 1792
sq.ft. with stainless steel appliances.
Too many upgrades to list. 5 acres of
room to roam! $119,995. Owner
finance. 10% down. Call 386-344-5024.
07/06-07/29PH



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.
06/08-07/29
Office space for lease. 224 N.
Jefferson Street. Will alter to suit. On-
site parking. Up to 4,000 sq. ft. SAH
Properties. Call 850-656-6340.
11/17fnks
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.
LS
2 BD/1 bath block house off of Dixie
Hwy (walk to Wal-mart). Full kitchen
and. bath in nice area. Available August
1st. First, last and security to move in.
Call Robert at 850-223-3427.
07/22-07/29
Woodridge Apartments
accepting applications for 1, 2, and 3
BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers
considered. Call 850-584-5668.709 W.
Church St., Perry, FL 32348 TDD 711.
"This institution is an equal opportunity
provider, and employer."
05/19WA
Taking applications for a 2 BR/1 bath
located in Everetts Mobile Home Park.
Water, sewer and garbage included in
rent. $475 a month and a $300 deposit.
Must have references. Apply in person
to Ms. Betty. 584-7094.
06/03tfnEMH
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.
LS

Glenridge
This beautifully remodeled spacious
one level spanish style 3 BD/3 bath
house has a unique, open floor plan
with lots of glass, a formal living/dining
room, den with fireplace, TV. room,
screened patio and 2 car garage.
$1,200 per month. Call 850-545-6642.
07/08-07/29FS
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. RV campsite with utilities
included for $300 per month. Call 850-
363-8196.
07/20-08/12
3 BD/ 1.5 bath in a nice neighborhood.
New paint, tile floor and a fenced yard
with a shed. No pets. $675 per month
and $1,550 deposit to move in. Call
352-429-2495 and leave message.
07/13-07/29
Taking applications for a 3 BD/2 bath at
Everett's Mobile Home Park. Water,
sewer and garbage included. $550 per
month plus deposit. Must have
references. Apply in person. 584-7094.
07/20tfnEMH

4 BR/2 bath DWMH for rent on 2 acres.
Paved road, city water, CH/A, all
electric, totally remodeled. Good
neighborhood. No pets. $750 per month
and security deposit. Must have
references. Call 838-2755.
07/20tfnDC


3 BR/1 bath near schools. Central heat
and air, no pets and no smoking.
Security deposit and lease required.
Call 850-893-2741.
07/27-08/05


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2 choice 15-acre parcels at Huxford
Hightower on Keaton Beach Road. 5
minutes to gulf. 1 lot 325 feet on Beach
Road. The other has over 300 feet on
Dennis Howell Road. $4,000 to $4,500
per acre. Call Dixie Properties, 850-
656-6340.
KS


2 BR/1 bath near schools. Central heat
and air, no pets and no smoking.
Security deposit and lease required.
Call 850-893-2741.
07/27-08/05
1 bedroom 1 bath apartment for rent. In
quiet neighborhood. Carport, utilities
included (gas and electric). Call
(850)371-0058.


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2 BR/1 1/2 bath MH. New
located off Hwy 19 S and
$150 deposit, $450 mon
info call 850-672-1166.
07/27-07/29
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OLD TAYLOR COUNTY ITEMS
PICTURES
OLD SCHOOL SPORTS JERSEYS/TROPHIES
YEARBOOKS
OLD JERKINS SCHOOL ITEMS/TROPHIES
TAYLOR COUNTY RELICS
OLD METAL TOYS


W OLD COINS
.OLD PAPER MONEY
SILVER HALF DOLLARS
SILVER DOLLARS/ QUARTERS/ DIMES (PRE 1980)
OLD SPORTS CARDS
OLD METAL SIGNS
VINTAGE COCA COLA ITEMS
wX COMIC BOOKS
BOTTLES
g* OOLD McCOY POTTERY
OLD ROSEVILLE POTTERY
USED HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
USED BEDDING
OLD COSTUME JEWELRY


ly remodeled, WATER FRONT LOTS FOR SALE ON
I Kelly Grade, CEDAR ISLAND ON THE CANAL
thly, for more 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.
04/29tfnWO


2300 sq.ft. unique home at 504 Judson Land for sale, 221 North between
Drive, Quail Point subdivision. Serious. Shiloh Church Rd. and, Cairo Parkervw
inquiries only. Call 295-1823 to: Rd. 1 acrelots with paved roads. Owner
schedule viewing appointment, financing available. Please call (386)
07/20ffn 658-1346 or (850) 584-7466.
EF


Old family home. Former one room
school house. Move or tear it down for
old seasoned lumber (approsmately
1800 sq. ft.) Will provide names of
movers. Location: Puckett Road,
second house on left after Fenholloway
Bridge. $12,000. Call 904-794-4885 or
email sassybonita@comcast.net.


Recently foreclosed, special financing
available, any credit, any income:
vacant land, located at 5635 Woods
Creek Rd., Perry, $84,900. Visit
www.roselandco.com/87H, Drive by
then call (866) 924-8348.
07/29, 08/03, 08/05DG


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Dries in 3-4 Hours ~ Tile Floors Pet Odors

TREE CAPITAL CLEANING
S584-CLEAN (584-2532) ,-,



OPEN HOUSE

This Sunday, July 31st. 2 -4 P.M.


ESTATE SALE AND OPEN HOUSE
Mangum Close Rd., Pery, FL
Quaint canopy lane leads the way... Come check out this great
location in the country yet close to town. Quaint setting is
peaceful and relaxing. Large oaks and azaleas galore. Brick 4/2
with spacious living areas throughout... located north of Perry
off Hwy. 221 & Green Farm Rd. Estate sale starts Friday, we will
be on site to show home if you want to stop by before Sunday.


lu1D Jonnson tUmpiing nio, rerry, rL
Friendly little home... Take a look at this 2 B/R, 1 Bath 14
x 52 mobile home with carport and screened front porch all
situated on a shady .50 acre m/l and landscaped for beauty.
Excellent for retired couple or starter home.

Professional Realty of Perry
850-584-5844
Inda G. Roberts
Licensed Real Estate Broker
Ella Jane Freeman Realtor Associate
522 S. Jefferson St Perry, Florida 32347
www.prorealtyofperry.com


1978 F150 4x4, good condition. 351
modified, automatic. 35 12.50 15
Buckshot's, and aluminum tool box.
Call (850) 584-6161
07/29-08/05
2008 Cadilac STS 24,000 miles.
Loadel with navigation. $26,500. Cal'
223-7156 or 584-3699 (Sherry).
07/27-08/05
NC SERVICE
$39.95!
Includes Freon!
Ryan's Everything Automotive!
850-584-8900
07/13tfnRCT
1995 4x4 Chevrolet truck, very good
condition. 160,000 miles, 5 speed
manual transmission, cold AC, Cruise,
XM radio tilt wheel and aluminum tool
box. Call (850) 584-6161.
07/29-08/05
New tires starting at $45 through July
only at Ryan's Everything Automotive!
Call Justin at 850-584-8900, 4053 US
19 S. in Perry.
tfnRCT


A new program for single mom's and
dad's or young couples. If you have a
zero or 575 credit score, you can own a
3 or 4 bedroom with some money down
on your own land. Call today 352-493-
96000.
TMH


1976 Mustang, 289. Automatic, power
steering, disc brakes and runs great.
$7,800. Call 850-838-7545 or 850-838-
9045.
07/27-08/05
2003 Lincoln Towncar, Signature
series. Excellent condition. Very clean
interior. Fully loaded. Call 584-3699. If
no answer, leave message.
07/27-08/05


17 ft. Center console Bayhawk. 90 hp.
Low hours. $6,000 obo. Call 850-584-
9012 or 250-843-0661 and leave
message.
07/20-07/29
2011 20-ft. Fisher pontoon boat. New
top, new carpet, 'new tires and rims.
Needs motor and pontoon repair.
$3,000 obo. Call 584-2248.
07/20-07/29



BE A CNA
Train now for jobs in healthcare.
Professional environment/instructors.
No GED or High School Diploma
required if age 18.40 hour prep class
plus training. QUEST TRAINING
SERVICES. 386-362-1065.
05/20-07/29
Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners
Full-Time Library and Information
Services Director. $34,777 -$40,310
DOQ. HEO 1 (Part-time) for $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
employer.
10/27tfnbcc
Faculty Position: Registered Nurse
(BSN) wanted at North Florida
Community College. See
www.nfcc.edu for details.
' 07/2Q-07/29NFi,,. .._ ,, ,
3-5 clerical positions open. Must have
previous experience. Needs to be able
to work in fast pace environment and
multi-tasking is necessary. Call (386)
294-3411.
07/27-08/05
RNs, LPNs, CNAs. Five-star nursing
facility. All shifts, FT/PT, rotating
schedules. Apply at Crosswinds, 13455
West US Highway 91, Greenville, FI
32331 or fax 850-948-6428
EOE/DFWP
07/27- 08/05
AVON!!! Call now to get started. Earn
up to 40%. Still only $10 for start up kit!.
For appointment, call 850-584-2925.
07/27-07/29


S TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
--Under New Management --
2 3 BR apartments available.
Special Move-In Package with -0- Rent for qualified applicants
Water/Gas furnished. On-site Laundry.
Close to City/Water Parks, Boys & Girls Club,
and Shopping Plazas. Public Transportation available
Call 850-584-6842
TDD 711, EHO. Section 8 Affordable Multifamily Housing




HELP WANTED

Taylor County School District

Full-time District

Computer Technician

Starting salary $21,137

Application and job description
can be obtained from

www.taylor. k2.fl.us/computertech.aspx
or from the

Wentworth Administrative Complex
at 318 North Clark Street.
The Taylor County School District
is an EEO, VP, DT, background
check employer.

The deadline for applying is
August 4th at noon.


Place your ad here.Call 641-5t


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FT COTA FL-LTC & Outpatient
FT certified occupational therapy
assistant to assist with occupational
therapy/rehabilitation and related
activities in long-term care and
outpatient care settings.
Valid/unrestricted Florida certification
required. Prior experience preferred.
Must be committed to personalized,
compassionate care. Will consider PT
work schedule as needed.
Onsite daycare and fitness facilities
available. Apply in person at Personnel
Office Monday through Friday from 9
a.m.-4 p.m., or fax resume/credentials
to (386)658-5160. EOE/Drug-free
workplace/Criminal background
checks required.
07/22-08/03ADV

10 truck drivers needed. Must have a
Class A CDL. Two years exp. Call (386)
294-3411.
07/27-08/05

Retail position available. Scuba
certification and retail experience
preferred. Some heavy lifting required.
Fax resume to (850) 584-3490 or e-
mail Jason at jhscuba7.com
07/29-08/03S7

Tri-County Electric Cooperative, Inc.
has an opening for a full time
dispatcher in our Madison Office. The
applicant must be able to demonstrate
good working knowledge of computers
and standard business office software
tools. Initially, the candidate will be
assigned to work the midnight to 8
A.M. shift. Following thunderstorm
season and an extensive training
period they will move to the 4 P.M. to
midnight shift. Occasionally the
candidate will be required to provide
dispatch support during extended
power outage events.

The ideal candidate is expected to
have good customer service skills and
must be able to communicate well
using a two-way radio and telephone.
Please submit a resume and
completed Tri-County Electric
Application for Employment form,
which is available at any TCEC office
or online at www.tcec.com, before 8:00
A.M. on August 12, 2011 to Stephanie
Carroll at Tri-County Electric
Cooperative, Inc.
2862 West US 90 Madison, FL 32340.
Tri-County is an EOE and DFWP.
07/29-08/10TCEC

Immediate Opening for: Purchasing
Assistant/Bill of Material Analyst with
leading manufacturer of ordnance
products. Must have ability to answer
multi-line telephone; execute
assignments including, but not limited
to, data entry, printing, breakdown
distribution, mailing andniling of s a'
documents, schedule and process
shipments as needed, handle all
transportation matters for the materials
department including bills of lading
and working with carriers to obtain best
rate, DOT Compliance and training for
COR. Must possess an associate's
degree or relevant past experience
with proficient computer skills.
Experience with MS Office software
preferred. Must be familiar with all
forms of shipping, both ground and air,
domestic and international. Must be
organized, attentive to detail and
possess a strong sense of accuracy
and timeliness. Position has the
potential to grow into a bill of material
analyst serving as a liaison between
Document Control, Engineering, and
Purchasing to maintain proper revision
level and usage of procured inventory
items, notifying procurement agents of
changes incorporated by contracts,
inputting and updating supplier contact
information, and tracking usage of
common items across several
contracts. All applicants are subject to
pre-employment drug screening and a
background check by BATE Bring
picture ID and Social Security card or
Birth Certificate and apply at the
Employ Florida Mobile Unit in the K-
mart parking lot on Wednesdays or
stop by Chemring Ordnance to
complete an application. Resumes
should be sent to
msleigher@chemringordnance.com or
faxed to (850)584-2044 Attn: Director
of Human Resources.
AAE/EEO/VP
07/29, 08/03




John Sesock's
Tree Service/Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming/Bucket Truck
*Free Estimates
*Licensed & Insured Tree Expert
Also, Bobcat Work Done
Root Rake Grabbier, Front End
Loader for Excavation/ Cleanup,
(850)-584-2027 (H)
(850)591-8301 (C)
See ad in phone book page 110.
07/01-07/29


Affordable Mechanic work (gas and
diesel) including AC 20 yrs
experience. Free Estimate call 584-
7517 and ask for Jimmy.
06/29-07/29


JM Handyman Home Repairs, LLC
Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate
wood available, Mobile Home Repairs,
RV Leak Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-
2270.
JM

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-
6737
tfnaz

J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates.
We also grind stumps. Call today 838-
1280. Firewood for sale.
tfJD(Fri.)




Advertisement for Minority, Woman
Owned & Disadvantaged Businesses
Music Construction, Inc. 12285 235th
Road Live Oak, Fl. 32060. 386-658-
1598. Fax 386-658-2481, a Certified
Building & Underground Utilities &
Excavation Contractor, License #'s
CBC060439 & CUC1223805, is
soliciting bids from Subcontractors
and/or Suppliers for project named:
Runway 18-36 Rehabilitation Perry-
Foley Airport Perry, Florida. Bid Date:
8/1/11 @ 4:00 PM. Plans & Specs
available from: AVCON, Inc. 850-678-
0050. Available for view @ Perry
Airport. 850-838-3519, Mid-State Bldr's
Ex.
866-703-9100, Construction Bulletin
904-388-0336 and our office.
07/29



N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA
BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST
COMPANY,
Plaintiff,
Case No. 2010-483-CA
vs.
Division
DUANE A. NICHOLS and TERESA L.
NICHOLS,
Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to the Final Judgment
entered In the above-captioned
action on July 6, 2011, I will sell the
property situated In Taylor County,
Florida, described In Lots 12 and 13,
Block 108 of STEINHATCHEE,
according to the Plat thereof as
recorded in Plat Book 1, Pages 26
and 27, of the Public Records of
Taylor County, Florida at public sale,
to the highest bidder, for cash, of the
Taylor County Courthouse, 108 North
Jefferson St., Perry, Florida 32348, at
11 a.m. on August 16, 2011.
Any person claiming an Interest In the
surplus from the sale, If any, other
than the property owner as of the
date of the Is pendens must file a
claim within 60 days after the sale.
The.-court. .n its :dl scrtlon, may
enrIaige mne' tiefor e sale. INotrce
of the changed time of sale shall be
published as provided herein.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court on July 8, 2011.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Leandra Borklund
Deputy Clerk

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AN FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY FLORIDA
TD BANK, N.A., d/b/a MERCANTILE
BANK,
Plaintiff,
Case No: 2010-561 CA
vs.
ESTATES OF STEINHATCHEE, INC; JOHN
D. RAWN; JACK RAWN; UNKNOWN
TENANTS; AND OTHER UNKNOWN
PARTIES IN POSSESSION, INCLUDING
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ANY
PERSON IN POSSESSION OF THE
PROPERTY, AND IF A NAMED
DEFENDANT IS DECEASED THE
SURVIVING SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISES,
GRANTEES, CREDITORS AND ALL
OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THAT
DEFENDANT, AND ALL CLAIMANTS,
PERSONS OR PARTIES, NATURAL OR
CORPORATE, OR WHOSE EXACT
LEGAL STATUS IS UNKNOWN,
CLAIMING UNDER ANY OF THE
NAMED OR DESCRIBED DEFENDANTS,
Defendants
AMENDED NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY given that the real
property located In Taylor County,
Florida, described as follows:
A parcel of land, being that property
described In Official Records Book
258, Pages 342-344, Taylor County
public records, located In Section 18,
Township 9 South, Range 10 East,
being more particularly described as
follows:
For a point of Reference, commence
at a 4 Inch by 4 Inch concrete
monument at the Intersection of the
North right of way line of River
Avenue as shown on the plat of
Island Subdivislon, Unit 1, Public
Records of Taylor County, Florida and
the East right of way line of State
Road 51 as referred to In Official
Records Book 258, Pages 342-344,
Taylor County Public Records; thence
S 89'48'58" W a distance of 50.27 feet
to the Centerline of State Road 51 as
per Department of Transportation
right of way map Section 38070-2508;
thence N 07'54'39" W along said
centerline a distance of 777.25 feet;
thence N 89'48'58" E a distance of
50.36 feet to a 4 Inch by 4 Inch
concrete monument; thence
continue N 89'48'58" E a distance of
10.19 feet to a 4 Inch by 4 Inch
concrete monument on the East right
of way line of State Road 51 as per
Department of Transportation right of


way map Section 38070-2508, said
point being the POINT OF
BEGINNING; thence continue N
89'48'58' E a distance of 913.76 feet
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monument on the West right of way
line of a 50 foot road as referred to In
Official Records Book 258, Pages 342-
344; thence N 22"52'25" E. along said
west right of way line a distance of
336.28 feet to an iron pipe; thence N
46'03'34' E along said west right of
way line a distance of 198.28 feet to
an Iron pipe; thence N 1448'22' E
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distance of 96.94 feet to an Iron pipe;
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right of way line a distance of 307.84
feet to an Iron pipe; thence N
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to a 4 Inch by 4 Inch concrete
monument; thence S 89'48'12' W a
distance of 1579.79 feet to a 4 Inch
by 4 Inch concrete monument on the
East right of way line of State Road 51
as per Department of Transportation
right of way map Section 38070-2508;
thence S 07'55'05" E along said right
of way line a distance of 234.30 feet
to an Iron rod; thence S 13'37'43" E
along said right of way line a
distance of 100.50 feet to an Iron rod;
thence S 07'55'05" E along said right
of way line a distance of 59.28 feet to
a Department of Transportation rod
at a Point of Intersection; thence S
07'54'39" E along said right of way line
a distance of 615.58 feet to close on
the POINT OF BEGINNING.
The above described parcel contains
28.75 acres, more or less
And Also:
For a Point of Reference, commence
at a 4 Inch by 4 Inch concrete
monument at the Intersection of the
North right of way line of River
Avenue as shown on the plat of
Island Subdivision, Unit 1 Public
Records of Taylor County, Florida and
the East right of way line of State
Road 51 as referred to In Official
Records Book 258, Pages 342-344,
Taylor County Public Records; thence
S 89'48'58" W a distance of 50.27 feet
to the Centerline of State Road 51 as
per Department of Transportation
right of way map Section 38070-2508;
thence N 07"54'39" W along sald
centerline a distance of 777.25 feet;
thence N 89'48'58" E a distance of
50.36 feet to a 4 Inch by 4 inch
concrete monument; thence
continue N 89'48'58" E a distance of
10.19 feet to a 4 Inch by 4 Inch
concrete monument on the East right
of way line of State Road 51 as per
Department of Transportation right of
way map Section 38070-2508; thence
continue N 8948'58" E a distance of
913.76 feet a 4 Inch by 4 Inch
concrete monument on the West
right of way line of a 50 foot road
referred to In Official Records Book
258, Pages 342-344, said point being
the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence
continue N 89'49'33" E a distance of
292.83 feet to an Iron pipe on the
ordinary high water line of the West
Branch of the Steinhatchee River;
thence N. 42'59'44" E. along sald
ordinary high water a distance of
162.04 feet to an Iron pipe; thence N
35'32'26" E along said ordinary high
water line a distance of 150.01 feet to
an Iron pipe; thence N 25'56'10" E
along said ordinary high water line a
distance of 195.75 feet to an Iron
pipe; thence S 8954'09" W a distance
of 329.62 feet to an Iron pipe on the
East right of way line of a 50 foot road
as referred to In Official Records Book
258, Pages 342-344; thence S
14'39'39" W along said east right of
way, line a distance of 104 73 feet to
an Iron'plpel thence S 4611'15" W
along said east right of way line a
distance of 108.72 feet to an Iron
pipe; thence S 46'10'13" W along said
right of way line a distance of 93.08
feet to an Iron pipe; thence S
22"55'11" W along said east right of
way line a distance of 191.01 feet to
close on the POINT OF BEGINNING
The North and South lines of the
above described parcel extend
easterly to the waters edge of the
West Branch of the Stelnhatchee
River
The above described parcel contains
3.19 acres, more or less,
All as shown by the survey of B C
McCray, Jr., Florida PSM No. 3180,
dated December 12, 2005, and
being the same property described
In Official Records Book 258, Pages
342-344, of the Public Records of
Taylor County, Florida
Parcel Identification Numbers: 18-09-
10-10181-450; 18-09-10-0181-700; 18-
09-10-10182-200; and 18-09-10-10183-
000
shall be sold by the Clerk of this Court,
at public sale, pursuant to the
Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure rendered In the above
styled action dated June 8, 2011 at
the Taylor County Courthouse, In
Perry, Taylor County, Florida, at 11:00
A.M. on Tuesday, August 16, 2011, to
the best and highest bidder for cash.
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
60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
WITNESS my hand and official seal In
the State and County aforesaid this
14th day of July, 2011.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Court
By Marti Lee, DC
Deputy Clerk
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Fit & healthy


Get ready for back-to-school


By LORIWIGGINS bottle to keep hydrated and healthy
UF Extension Agent III snacks. If you'll be spending
While you're making your a lot of time hanging around
shopping and to-do lists for at practices, consider bringing
back-to-school, make time for some walking shoes and fitting
some back-to-school health and in your own workout while you
fitness updates. wait!
Start the school year on a Schedule your doctors'
healthier, more active note to appointments as needed: school
reduce stress and lower the risk of or sports physical, eye exams,
illness and injury. immunizations and so on.
Make sure everyone is well Get ready to get to school. If
rested. Spend one to two weeks your child will be riding a bike to
adjusting bedtimes so that school, make sure the bicycle is
children are accustomed to going tuned up and he has a padlock and
to bed and waking on a school-year a helmet that fits properly. If he'll
schedule. walk to school, practice the route if
Check your supplies-not it's new.
just pencils and erasers, but those Plan a few weeks' worth of
important items that improve healthy dinners, even if you're
your child's health, such as water not usually a meal planner. You'll
bottles, hand sanitizer and tissues. eliminate some end-of-day,
Make sure his/her tennis shoes empty-fridge stress and eating less
fit and that they have up-to-date fast-food meals.
gear for any sports they'll be Set up a school lunch strategy
playing. too, whether that means checking
Pack your bags for sports out the school's lunch menu or
practices and games. Make one go- making a shopping list for packing
to tote bag for each sport that each your child's own healthy school
of your children plays-so one lunches.
holds soccer cleats and shin guards, Get active together as a family.
another baseball glove and bat, and Each evening, before or after
so on. Be sure to pack a water dinner, make time to get outdoors

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Seventh next Tuesday
Taylor County WIC will celebrate World Breastfeeding Week (WBW)
2011 at the Taylor County Health Department Tuesday, Aug. 2, from 10
a.m. to noon.
WIC staff and local community breastfeeding experts will be available to
provide up-to-date accurate breastfeeding information.
The WBW theme this year is, "Talk to Me: Breastfeeding a 3-D
Experience" and focuses on the importance of support for a breastfeeding
mother.
Health care providers are encouraged to provide accurate, up-to-date
evidenced-based, breastfeeding information in a variety of ways including
online resources. WIC provides face-to-face breastfeeding support through
trained lactation, peer counselors and weekly breastfeeding support group
meetings.
For additional information about breastfeeding, contact Christell
E. Walker, CLC, nutrition educator at 850-509-8886.


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take a walk, ride bikes, rollerblade,
swim, jump rope, play soccer or
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Just 10 minutes a day can make exercising together, you'll teach
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STOP GRAZING

Healthy snacks can help keep

you energized for summer fun


The lazy days of summer can
often result in a too-casual, graze-
all-day approach to eating.
When kids are on summer
break and off from their normal
schedules, it's important to keep
a structured daily routine for both
meals and snacks that keeps them
feeling energized and at their best
throughout the day.
Connie Evers, a registered
dietitian, founder of
NutritionForKids.com and author
of "How to Teach Nutrition to
Kids," has developed some simple
tips for parents to help break bad
on-the-go eating cycles as well as
ideas for smart snacking options
this summer.
1. Make half your grains whole.
Whole grains make a valuable
addition to meals and snacks
throughout the day.
In fact, the USDA recommends


making half the grains you consume
whole grains, which haven't
been refined and therefore still
contain dietary fiber, iron and
B vitamins.
Thatrecommendationisimportant
to note, as a National Health and
Nutrition Examination Survey
found that whole grain consumption
was low across the board and that
children who consumed the most
servings of whole grains had higher
nutrient intake and better diets
overall.
To help families make the most
of snack time, many manufacturers
encourage families to "snack
simply" this summer and recognize
the importance of simple,
wholesome ingredients.
2. Prepare for on-the-go
snacking. Hungry kids and traffic
** Please see page 4


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Taylor County Health Department Director Steve Tullos, left,
accepts a certificate of appreciation from DCF Access Florida
Case Manager Cherie King in recognition of the department's
community partnership with DCF. The health department
serves as a direct link to DCF for Taylor County residents.


Keep snacking



simple, drink



lots of water


STOP GRAZING
Continued from page 3
jams or commutes don't mix! Make
sure to keep fresh or dried fruit,
water bottles, and trail mix stashed
in your car for those times that you
can't get home right away and need
a snack to hold you over. It will also
decrease the temptation of over-
indulging once you get home.
3. Keep snacking simple. Parents
don't need to spend more than 10
minutes preparing a good-for-you,
wholesome snack that kids will
love. If the snack takes more than
10 minutes to prepare, it's likely too
complicated and chances are your
kids won't like it! When choosing
nutritious snacks for kids, those that
have fewer, simple ingredients are
always the better choices. Quick,
simple solutions include: colorful
veggie kebabs that can be made by
threading grape tomatoes, cucumber
slices, pea pods, and other veggies
onto wooden skewers; serve with


hummus or low-fat Ranch dip.
Or, make a pinwheel sandwich by
spreading nut butter and berries on
a slice of whole grain bread and roll
up.
4. Drinks lots of water.
Summertime often means
outdoor activities on hot days,
so it's important to stay hydrated
throughout the day. Teach your
child to quench thirst with water.
Add lemon, lime or orange slices
to chilled water to entice kids
to drink more water. For a little
more pizzazz, serve sparkling
water flavored with two tablespoons
of cranberry or orange juice.
5. Adopt the "Easy to See, Easy
to Reach" approach. When a child
walks into the kitchen, what catches
his or her eye? Make sure to keep
a bowl of fruit on the kitchen
counter. Stock the pantry, fridge
and freezer with plenty of
tempting wholesome choices
strategically placed at eye-level for
your child.


Taylor health department


recognized for 'direct link'


partnership with DCF


The Taylor County Health
Department was recently
recognized for its community
partnership with the Department of
Children and Families (DCF).
Following the closure of the DCF
office in Perry, the Taylor County
Health Department became a
direct link for Taylor County
citizens to receive essential DCF
services.
A DCF access Florida case
manager has been housed at Taylor
County Health Department for
more than four years thus allowing


Dr. Jones-lnce's patient focus is:
* Prevention of Vascular and Heart Disease
* Diabetic and Hypertensive Management
* Stroke Prevention
* Women's Health


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Taylor
County Health Deparunent
citizens to receive direct contact
when applying for services.
Furthermore, drug testing is now
a requirement in order for citizens
to secure cash benefits.
The Taylor County Health
Department was the first health
department in the state to step


forward in order to become a drug
testing site for individuals applying
for these benefits.
Otherwise, Taylor County
residents would be required to
travel to Tallahassee or Lake City to
have a drug test completed, Diretor
Steve Tullos said.
He added that the productive
relationship between the
Department of Children and
Families and Taylor County Health
Department allows for crucial
services to be provided on the local
level to benefit our community.


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2011 HEALTH &WELLNESS page5



What is the best treatment for allergies?


Millions of people across the
globe suffer from allergies, many of
which rear their ugly heads during
the spring season.
Such a reality can quickly spoil
the excitement of the nice weather.
Although there is no cure for
allergies, individuals who do
suffer from allergies have a host of
treatment options at their disposals.
Some are over-the-counter
medications while others require
prescriptions.
Each type of medication works
differently, and allergy sufferers
may find it interesting and beneficial
to understand the different ways
some of the more common allergy
treatments work.
Antihistamines
Some of the more well-known
over-the-counter antihistamines
include Benadryl, Claritin and


Zyrtec. Prescription antihistamines
include Clarinex and Livostin.
When an allergy sufferer is
exposed to an allergen, cells within
the body's immune system release
a substance called histamine, which
then attaches to receptors in the
blood vessels as well as additional
receptors. As a result, the blood
vessels enlarge and histamine's
attachment to other receptors
causes swelling, itching, changes
in secretions and redness. However,
when an allergy sufferer takes
an antihistamine, the medication
blocks the histamine receptors,
preventing the symptoms in the
process.
Though antihistamines are
effective, they can also cause
drowsiness. Allergy sufferers
should look for non-sedating
antihistamines, which may require


Although there is no cure for allergies, individuals who do
suffer from allergies have a host of treatment options at their
disposal.


a prescription.
Decongestants
Some of the more recognizable
decongestants are Visine eye
drops, Sudafed tablets or liquid,


and Zyrtec-D. Each of these is an
over-the-counter decongestant.
Prescription decongestants like
Claritin-D are often combination
medications, which means they


contain both an antihistamine and a
decongestant.
When an individual is having an
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Shannon Price, MD
S, -Obstetrics and Gynecology

SAvailable the 2nd and 4th Wednesday
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Doctors Memorial Hospital
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To schedule your appointment please call
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Residency: Greenville Hospital System, Greenville, SC

Shannon Price, MD, of the North Florida Woman's Care, is now accepting patients for obstetrics
and gynecology care. Dr. Price, a native of Perry, is seeing patients at Doctors Memorial
Hospital, 333 North Byron Butler Parkway on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month.
For over twenty years, North Florida Women's Care has specialized in the health care needs
of women throughout all stages of life. In doing so, we provide tinrely preventive care, including
well woman and prenatal care, we deliver babies for both normal and high-risk obstetrical
patients and we diagnose and treat women's health problems.
To find out more about Dr. Price or about North Florida Women's Care, please call us
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North Florida Women's Care accepts most insurance plans
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ALLERGIES
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allergic reaction, the tissues in the
nose swell as a result of contact with
the allergen. This swelling results
in fluid and mucous production, and
swelling in the blood vessels of the
eyes also occurs, which causes the
redness of the eyes many allergy
sufferers experience during spring.
Decongestants work by shrinking
the swollen nasal tissues and blood
vessels. This helps relieve the
swelling, mucous secretion, redness
and congestion.
Many allergy sufferers prefer
nasal sprays and eye drops to
relieve symptoms. However, such
medications, which often require
a prescription, can only be used
for a few days. Use beyond a few
days can actually make allergy
symptoms worse.
Not all men and women can
use decongestants to relieve
their allergy symptoms. That's
because decongestants may
raise blood pressure, essentially


making them off limits to those
who already have high blood
pressure. Additional potential
side effects of decongestants are
insomnia, irritability and restricted
urinary flow. When considering
a decongestant to relieve allergy
symptoms, men and women should
consult their physician before
buying any products.
Steroids
Thanks to professional sports,
many people shudder at the mere
mention of the word "steroids."
However, steroids used to treat
allergies are corticosteroids and
not,the anabolic steroids athletes
use to build muscle. Steroids
used to treat allergies can be
nasal (Flonase, Nasonex), inhaled
(Flovent, Alvesco), eye drops
(Alrex and Dexamethasone), or oral
(Prednisone).
Steroids work by reducing
inflammation and swelling. Steroids
can be highly effective in treating
allergies, and work for seasonal and
year-round allergies as well as skin
allergies. When prescribed a steroid


to treat an allergy, it's important for
men and women to continue to take
the medication daily as directed,
even if the symptoms of the allergy
have disappeared. This can be as
long as two weeks.
Though highly effective, steroids
do come with significant side
effects.
When taken orally, short-term
steroid use can cause weight gain,
high blood pressure and fluid
retention, while long-term use can
result in muscle weakness, bone-
thinning osteoporosis and even
diabetes.
When taking inhaled steroids,
men and women might suffer
from coughing, hoarseness or even
develop a yeast infection in their
mouth.
Even though allergy season
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men and women have a host of
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MUSIC
Continued from page 6
around music or laughter lowered
their systolic blood pressure (the
top number in the reading, which
measures the pressure in the arteries
when the heart beats) by an average
of five to six points after three
months.
In contrast, the average blood-
pressure reading in a control group


that received neither therapy didn't
move.
According to experts, this decline
in pressure is the equivalent of
what someone could expect from
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pounds.
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Stroll through


downtown Perry...


and step into history


Put on your walking shoes...and
get out your map, for the Perry
Historic Walking Trail takes you
a mere 1.2 miles, beginning and
ending at the City Park across
from the Perry-Taylor Chamber of
Commerce.
Note these landmarks along the
way:
1. The Greystone, built by Judge
Faulkner in the early 1900s and
later used as apartment.
2. Wells Jewelers, which
originally housed an automotive
garage, but was transformed into a
jewelry store in the 1950s.
3. Dansby Building which was
established as a grocery store, later
housed a florist, and became a five
and dime in the 1950s. The upstairs
housed the law offices of Don
Dansby.
4. The old First Presbyterian
Church which was organized
in 1905 and used as a house of
worship until 1998. The building


The Taylor County
Courthouse offers shaded
benches for those touring the
historic district.


now houses Beggs Funeral Home.
5. Capital City Bank, which in
its first glory days was the Dixie-
Taylor Hotel. It was built in the
1900s, provided office space for the
late Byron Butler, attorney, and now
is home to Capital City Bank.
6. Perry Office Supply which
was originally the First National
Bank and then housed Perry's first
indoor theatre.
7. Rosehead Junction which
was established in the early 1900s
as the Schwartz Building in which
Tom Abiedo opened a grocery store.
8. and 9. Old Perry Shoe Store,
which was originally Mantzanas
Restaurant. The bus station was
located in the rear of the building;
travelers could dine while waiting
for the bus.
10. Old train depot which
has recently undergone extensive
renovations and now houses Main
Street as well as the Taylor County
Development Authority.
11. The old Post Office was
constructed in 1935 and then
purchased by the school board
before the county took ownership.
12. Big Bend Hospice was
the last business located in the
Blair Building which has housed a
number of businesses through the
years: Fleet's Shoe Store, Johnson's
Grocery Store, the Emporium and
Southern Electric.
13. Bloodworth's Sundries,
opened in 1904 by Perry Franklin
Bloodworth, and then operated
by his son James until 1998.
Memorabilia from the business
can be found in the Taylor County
Historical Society.
14. Housed in the Peacock
building, the Emporium was
Perry's true "department" store
with clothing, shoes, fabric, etc. It
was demolished in 2008 because of
safety concerns.
15. The former Western Auto
store was, in its hey day, one of the
largest retailers for firearms.
16. Taylor County Historical
Society, formerly the Bank of Perry
and then the First National Bank,
has a rich history all its own...
and includes the history of other
families and businesses in Taylor
County. If you're walking on
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Try these 10 tips for healthy and 'conscious' eating


Ruth Cuzzort, dietitian at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital,
says healthy eating is "conscious
eating." Consider these tips in your
own lifestyle:
Keep track of everything you
eat and drink. Write it down as
soon as you swallow so you don't
forget! Include the type of food or


beverage, amount, time, physical
feeling of hunger vs. fullness, etc.
Base meals around vegetables
and whole grain foods, incorporating
them into main dishes. Eat at least
one meatless lunch and dinner
each week to reduce saturated
fat, increase fiber and introduce
your taste buds to new flavors.


Whenever you normally eat white
or "enriched" bread, cereal, rice
or pasta, substitute it with a whole
grain version.
Buy plenty of fresh fruits and
vegetables to keep on hand, wash
and chop them (if applicable) as
soon as possible, and snack on them


anytime! Eat at least 2 servings
of fresh fruits and 3 servings of
vegetables each day.
Eat throughout the day rather
than "saving" your appetite for a
huge meal. Your body can only
use so much fuel at a time, so
extra will more likely be stored as


fat! Smaller, more frequent meals
(every 3-5 hours) will help keep
your energy level more consistent.
Start listening to your body's signals
regarding hunger and fullness!
SKeep "junk food" and "trigger"
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DOWNTOWN
Continued from page 8
Thursday, the historical society is
open from 1-5 p.m.
17. Photos and Frames is found
in a building which was a former
post office, for which the employees
lived upstairs.
18. O'Quinn Pharmacy dates
back to 1911 and has operated as a
drug store under many names.
19. Perry Job Service was
the local employment office until


services were regionalized.
20. First United Methodist
Church can trace its history back
to 1870 when the congregation was
made up of 17 members.
21. Formerly the Taylor
County Jail, it now serves as the
law offices of Michael Smith and
Conrad Bishop Jr. .and is listed on
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Ruth Cuzzort, dietitian at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital, offers
these nutrition rules to live by:
Come back to earth
ITry to choose the least processed
forms of food-fruits, veggies,
whole grains and high-fiber
carbohydrates.
Go for the rainbow
Eat fruits or vegetables with each
meal. Choose a wide variety of
colors for the biggest benefit.
Remember, the fewer legs, the
better
Avoid eating dark meat. Instead,
include a lean protein source with
each meal.
Choose fats that give something
back
Include healthy fats in your
diet, such as olive oil, nuts, seeds,


avocado, fish and flaxseeds.
Start your day the right way
Eat breakfast every day! Eat
smaller portions more often,
spread evenly across the day.
You should eat five to six meals/
day. Try to eat foods with
protein, carbohydrate and fat every
three hours.
Stay hydrated
Keep hydrated by drinking
noncaloric beverages, such as
water, unsweetened green tea and
unsweetened black tea. Formula for
determining your fluid needs: .5-
1.0 x body weight=ounces of fluid
per day.
Do not waste your workout
Have a pre-workout snack and
carbohydrate/protein recovery
nutrition after intense workouts for


optimal nutrition, with antioxidant complex and
Talk to your doctor about an omega-3 fatty acid into your
supplements daily routine. Talk to your health
Consider adding a multivitamin care provider before adding


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Get some rest
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10TIPS
Continued from page 1
foods out of the house. Make a
special trip to the store when you
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Include good sources of protein
with your meals: chicken, fish,
shellfish, legumes, eggs, dairy
products, soy products and lean
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Use low fat, fat free and lean
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Choose calories you can
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regular soda, alcohol and specialty
coffees.


Shut off the TV, put down the
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Keys to a good memory? Exercise,



sleep, eating right & lowering stress


Everyone forgets something
from time to time. Whether it's
misplacing car keys or missing a
doctor's appointment, no man or
woman is immune from forgetful
moments.
For some men and women,
however, memory loss goes beyond
routine forgetfulness. Should
men and women find themselves
growing increasingly forgetful,
there are ways to improve memory,
regardless of an individual's age.
Thanks to the human brain's
ability to adapt and change, men
and women can improve their
memories by employing a few
simple strategies and exercises.
Routinely get a good night's
sleep. The brain needs adequate
sleep to operate at full capacity.
For students, it's important to
keep in mind that without adequate
sleep, the brain's ability to solve
problems or think critically is
greatly compromised.
Research has shown that essential
memory-enhancing activity occurs
during the deepest stages of sleep.
Men and women both young
and old can improve memory by
routinely getting a good night's
sleep.
Exercise. Exercise is beneficial
in many ways, but men and women
might not know the effects routine
exercise can have on memory.


Routine exercise increases
the flow of oxygen to the
brain, which can reduce the
risk for disorders that lead to
memory loss.


Exercise increases the flow of
oxygen to the brain, which reduces
the risk for disorders that can lead
to memory loss.
Cardiovascular exercise that
increases oxygen flow to the brain
can reduce the risk for stroke and
diabetes while simultaneously
improving memory.
Work to reduce stress. Stress is
harmful in a number of ways, and
memory loss is no exception.
The hippocampus is a region of
the brain thought to be responsible
for memory. When men and
women are stressed and do nothing
to positively address that stress,
the hippocampus is damaged,
negatively affecting the brain's
ability to form new memories.
Men and women can reduce
stress in a number of ways,
including daily exercise and eating
a healthy diet.
In addition, coping with stress
in a healthy way, such as through
exercise or even meditation, and
not through unhealthy, harmful
channels like consuming alcohol
or overeating, can greatly improve
quality of life and help improve
memory as well.
Eat right. What you eat can also
impact what you remember.
An unhealthy diet can be just as
harmful to the brain as it can be to
the rest of the body.
While it's best discuss any
potential dietary changes with a
physician first, look for foods that
are not high in saturated fat.
Foods high in saturated fat
increase a person's risk of dementia
and make it harder for a person to
concentrate and remember things.
Other foods that researchers are
finding to be brain-friendly are
those that contain omega-3 fatty
acids. Omega-3 fatty acids are
especially beneficial to brain health
and researchers feel might also help
a person lower his or her risk for
Alzheimer's disease.
Men and women can take
omega-3 supplements or look for
foods that are rich in omega-3 fatty
acids, including fish like salmon,
tuna, halibut and trout.
Men and women looking to
improve memory should also
start including more fruits and
vegetables in their daily diets.
Fruits and vegetables are loaded


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Gather around




the dinner table

Today's families are busier and Be efficient when shopping for grocery list along on your next
more budget conscious than ever. groceries. Trips to the grocery store trip to the grocery store. A well
With kids more engrossed in can quickly turn into expensive planned list can drastically reduce
extracurricular activities and Mom odysseys for unprepared shoppers. time and money spent at the store,
and Dad fighting to make ends Since time is of the essence for which only leaves more time for the
meet in a still struggling economy, most families, be sure to bring a family and money in your pocket.
time spent together as a family is
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without being on the Internet.
Families looking to spend more
quality time together at the dinner
table can now make the most of
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