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September 9-10, 2011


' of the South Since 1889


AMVETS honor 10th
anniversary of 9/11
In honor of the 10th
anniversary of 9/11, AMVETs
will be giving away American
flags and white clovers Saturday,
Sept. 10, at Winn Dixie.
Members will also be selling
hot dogs and drinks.
They will also have information
about the new AMVET Riders
Post 20. Any service member is
invited to join.

Car wash benefits
TCHS program
Taylor County High School
(TCHS) teachers and staff will
hold a car wash benefitting
the Positive Behavior Support
(PBS) team Saturday, Sept. 10,
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Ace
Hardware.
"We will also have
baked goods for sale during
the morning, so come
have breakfast and have
your car washed," organizers
said.

TEA Party hosts local
discussion.panel
Taylor TEA Party will hold its
monthly meeting on Tuesday,
Sept. 13, starting at 5:45 p.m., at
the Catholic Parish Hall.
'The topic for this month
is about the local economy.
Discussion will be related to
how our economy is going along
since the onset of the current
recession...from the perspective
of the panelists. Do you see
any recovery, things staying the
same, or deteriorating?" Taylor
County Tea Party Chairman Bob
Root said.
The areas represented will
be: investments, Elmer Coker;
fishing industry, Jim Zurbrick;
forestry, Don Curtis; and
property assessment, Bruce
Ratliff.
The discussion will begin with
each panelist giving an opening
statement followed by questions
from the audience.
The Taylor TEA Party
leadership will update everyone
about events in Florida
related to UN Agenda 21, and
efforts being made to stop it
and preserve liberties, Root
said.
Everyone is welcome to
attend.

4-H launches
new club
A new 4-H club is being
formed for teenage youth (ages
13 -18) who want to learn more
about how government runs, its
functions and more about the
judicial system.
The club will be led by 4-H
volunteers Emily Ketring and
Ray Curtis.
The first club meeting will
be Monday, Sept. 19, from
5-6:30 p.m., at the City Council
meeting room in downtown
Perry.
For more information,
please contact the 4-H office at
838-3508.


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By MARK VIOLA
Staff writer
It was a workday.
It was a school day.
It was a Tuesday.
Until 8:46 a.m., the date had
no special significance in the
minds of most.
Then a hijacked plane crashed
into the World Trade Center's
north tower, forever etching
Sept. 11, 2001, into the minds of
Americans
everywhere.
T e n
years later,
few have
to think
hard to
remember
where they
were or
what they
were doing U


when
first
the
of


they
heard
news
the


I


developing
nightmare in New York City.
Before 8:46 a.m., it was a
normal day. Around Taylor
County people woke up and
ate breakfast, many leaving
home for their jobs or their
classrooms.
Birdie Gardner was at home.
Daryll Gunter was driving
into work. Mark Wiggins was
already at work. Bruce Ratliff
was on a job in Keaton Beach.
Connie Gibson was in her
classroom at Taylor County
High Schoot- Paul Dyal was
in his office at Taylor County
Middle School, while Lynette
Strickland was in her sixth
grade class. Sarah Weirick was
at a friend's house.
"I just thought it was an
accident at first," Gunter said.
He reached his office at Grady
Moore Realty and started
watching the coverage. "I never
dreamed that we were under
attack."
"We have a TV at Yarbrough
Tire," Wiggins said. "We were
sitting with a group of customers
and saw a news report. The first


one we saw said a plane had hit
the World Trade Center.
"Everything went really
quiet," he said.
Then, at 9:03 a.m., a second
plane struck the south tower of
the World Trade Center, with
many watching it happen live
on air.
"The next report came on and
they showed the jet hitting one
of the towers," Wiggins said.


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"Suddenly I remembered sitting
in sixth grade watching the
space shuttle blow up and the
teacher turning off the TV."
"I was doing a survey
at Keaton Beach, doing a
construction survey at a house
down there," Ratliff said.
"The guys doing the
construction had an RV with
a TV in it. They told us the
World Trade Center had been
hit. There were four or five of
us guys in the RV watching the
r e p't o r ." ' .
"I was in my office," said
Dyal, principal of TCMS at the
time. "Chris Bray, who was our
reading coach, burst into my
office and said, 'You need to
turn on your TV. New York City
is under attack.'
"I turned on the television and
we watched it unfold. While we
were sitting there looking at it, I
thought, 'This is history.'
"I webt to the intercom and
asked that the teachers turn on
their classroom televisions. Our
students needed this opportunity
to see history happen."


'Longest 2 hours of our lives'


For Jimmie and Marion the plane hit.
Sullivan of Perry, Sept. 11, "I'll never forget where I
2001, held the longest two hours was... all of this brings back a lot
of their lives as they awaited of memories," Jimmie Sullivan
word on the fate of their son, said as the 10th anniversary
Air Force Capt. Jim Sullivan, of the terrorist attacks
who was at the Pentagon when approaches.
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Lt. Col. Jim Sullivan was at the Pentagon when a
Boeing 757 slammed into the complex--crashing within
70 feet of his office. His parents waited anxiously for
two hours before learning he was okay.


Perry News-Herald
Two sections 122 Year, No. 36
www.penrnewspapers.com


Looking Back......... A-2
Living.................. A-4
Religion.................. A-6
Sports................. A-7


"It was very scary then and it
has been scary ever since. Now
we know what can happen, not
just to our military but to our
country."
Capt. Sullivan was among
the fortunate ones who escaped
without harm that fateful day. In
the ensuing years, he has risen
to the rank of lieutenant colonel
and served at a number of other
posts throughout the country.
Today, he and his family
call Tampa home while he is
stationed at MacDill Air Force
Base.
After the 9/11 attacks,
Sullivan spent another 22
months working at the Pentagon
before a transfer to San Antonio,
Texas.
In 2004, he served four
months in Iraq, "which was
another anxious time for us,"
Jimmie said.
"He really doesn't talk much
about his experiences on 9/11.
We did find out that his office
was close to where the damage
came in-actually only about
70 feet from where he worked.
"Jim isn't one to put honors
on himself.. .but of course, we
consider him our hero."
His parents shared Sullivan's
firsthand account of that day
with publisher Don Lincoln,
re-printed here as we remember
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Community ......... B-1
Entertainment........ B-2
TV listings............. B-3
Classifieds............. B-4


WILL



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"I was in my language arts
class and I remember we were
supposed to have book work,"
Strickland said. "We had an
entire chapter to do that day."
Then Dyal's announcement
sounded over the intercom.
"We watched the news. Our
teacher had to tell us what was
going on. Some of us didn't
understand the severity of it."
Soon, reports were streaming
out of New
York City,
alerting people
everywhere
of the horrors,
unfortunately,
were only
beginning.
At 9:34
a.m., a third
plane crashed
into the
be Pentagon.
oF Then United
Airlines Flight
93 crashed in
Pennsylvania, as passengers
battled for control of the plane.
One minute before 10 a.m.,
the south tower collapsed. A
half-hour later, the north tower
did as well.
It was later determined 2,977
people lost their lives in the
attacks, but for those watching
their televisions, there was
seemingly no end in sight.
"We didn't know what was
happening. I was worried about
how big it was going to be and
how far it was going to go,"
Gunter said.
"We spent the rest of the day
watching because we felt it was
something the students needed
to see," Dyal said.
For many, it was next to
impossible to tear away from
the breaking news.
"We just sat there and were
speechless," Wiggins said.
"The rest of the day we were
glued to the television. It was
like your mind was erased. You
think about this and only this.
,-. Please see page 8


The Taylor County School
Board honored a brotherhood
born on the field Tuesday night
when it paid tribute to members
of the 1977 Taylor County
High School North Florida
Champions football team.
Board members adopted a
resolution recognizing the role
the team played in building "a
tradition of excellence" for the
school and community.
"The Taylor County School
District understands the
importance of the concept of
tradition that is part of the
history and successes of all of
the classes and extra-curricular
activities that have been part
of the Taylor County School
System," Superintendent of


Schools Paul Dyal said in
reading the resolution.
Under the direction of Coach
Elmer Coker, the 1977 team
was named district, regional and
North Florida champions... and
was the state champion runner-
up.
A banner bearing those honors
will hang in the high school
gym Pep Rally ceremonies
Friday, Sept. 16.
When the fight song rings out,
the veteran football players will
take center stage alongside the
current team, Bob Woods-who
helped organize the tribute-
told the board.
The banner was purchased
-* Please see page 3


Two final budget


hearings will begin


Monday for county


The Taylor County
Commission will hold two final
public hearings on its 2011-12
budget over the coming weeks,
putting the finishing touches on
a $41.7 million tentative budget
approved in July.
Commissioners held
numerous workshops
throughout July to hammer
out a balanced budget without
dipping into reserves while
keeping property tax rates level.
The first hearing will be held
Monday, Sept. 12, at 6 p.m. at
the Courthouse Annex on Green
Street. The second hearing,
during which the commission
will vote on the final budget
and millage rates, will begin at
6 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 19, at
the annex.
Beginning with an $873,000
deficit in the county's general
fund, staff and the commission
worked to make enough cuts to
make up the difference.
All departments and
constitutional officers were

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asked to cut their budgets by 5.5
percent.
Included in the cut made by
the commission were $47,000
to the Taylor County Health
Department (which is not a
county entity), $50,000 to the
United Way and $10,000 to
the county's cemetery mowing
program.
Each of these cuts brought
representatives to the workshops
to make their cases for the
reinstatement of the funding.
The commission did reinstate
$10,000 to the cemetery
mowing program, which at
one point had been eliminated
completed.
At a special meeting held
Monday, July 25, commissioners
unanimously voted to keep their
tentative property tax millage
rates the same for their general
fund (7.0113 mills) and MSTU
fund (1.1215 mills). At the Sept.
19 hearing, commissioners
,.* Please see page 3


890
630


Sunday 900
365

30%


Tree Capital in


merger talks with


FSU Credit Union

Tree Capital Credit Union may be merging with Florida State
University Credit Union of Tallahassee if members approve action
taken recently by the board of directors of both institutions.
Tree Capital members will receive ballots next week and a special
membership meeting will be held Monday, Sept. 26. Members can
either mail in their ballots or present them at the special meeting.
The time and place for the meeting will be announced in the near
future, according to information provided by the local credit union.
Tree Capital Credit Union was founded in November of 1957
and opened for business in March of 1958 serving the teachers of
the Taylor County School system. It now serves more than 3,000
members, and is a community chartered credit union 'serving all
who work or live in Taylor County.
In a letter to local credit union members, Board Chairman Bill
Brynes said changes in the financial services industry prompted the
board's move to seek a merger.
"While Tree Capital Credit Union is financially sound, keeping
pace with technology and regulatory issues becomes more
challenging every day," Brynes said.
Founded in 1954, Florida State University Credit Union,
commonly referred to as FSU Credit Union, serves about 11,000
members with assets of about $95 million.
It was founded to provide financial services to the FSU community
and currently has a community charter for Leon, Gadsden and
Wakulla counties.
The FSU Credit Union currently employs about 50 people and
maintains six branch offices.
Under the proposed merger, Tree Capital Credit Union would
keep its name and its employees.



TCHS '77 district


champs honored


Friday, Sept. 16












Looking


Back


A-2 Perry News-Herald September 9-10, 2011


Remember when...


That

Day


AagCance at the


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
September 9, 1976

REMEMBER BOWERSOX
INDUSTRIES?
Watch parts--by the
hundreds--were produced at
Boxersox Industries, Inc., which
was located on Industrial Park
Drive in Perry. The company
was a supplier for General
Time Corporation, makers of
Westclox watches.
It was named for Jerry
Bowersox who died in a plane
crash two years ago. Art
Williams, the tool and die
"expert" at the plant, was
pictured on front page of
this week's edition with the
stampings of a watch case
which displayed an intricate
filigree design on one side and a


running deer on the other.
The company, according to
the article, shipped out 4000
watch parts daily.

SEPTEMBER WEDDINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Daris E.
White of Perry announced the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Patty, to Kim Howell, the son
of Mrs. Shirley Howell and the
late John Howell. A Sept. 24
wedding was planned.

POPULATION
GROWS BY 3
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Murphy
announced the birth of their
daughter, Linda Nichole, on
Aug. 20 at Doctors' Memorial
Hospital (DMH). She weighed
6 pounds, 1.5 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Wiles
also welcomed a daughter to


their family. Victoria Barbara
was born Aug. 30 at DMH,
weighing 8 pounds, 12.5
ounces.
Tonya Melissa Morgan
was the name given to the
new daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Morgan who was
born at DMH on Sept. 1. She
weighed 9 pounds, 8 ounces.

SALEM FARMER
SPOTLIGHTED
"One of the finest crossbred
commercial herds" in the
country could be found on the
farm of Jody Morgan, according
to County Agent Henry Davis.
Morgan had improved his
native herd by introducing
Brahmas, Angus, Hereford
and Charlaise bulls. Davis
also noted that the cows were
grazing on improved Bahia
grass pastures interspersed with
growing timber and abundant
game. "The native grasses
of the forest supplement the
planted pastures during the
winter months and dry periods,"
he noted.

DID WE WIN?
Coach Elmer Coker's Taylor
County Bulldogs won one
and lost one at the pre-season
jamboree in Monticello. The
Perry team edged out their
old rivals, Madison, by one
point, winning 7-6. They then


lost by one point to Quincy
Shanks. Keith Walker scored
the winning touchdown in the
Madison game.

MURPHY WAS
'BEST ALL AROUND'
Hal Murphy was voted
"Best All Around Recruit" by
members of the 51st recruit
class of the Florida Highway
Patrol. He was presented a
plaque at Sept. 3 graduation
exercises.

WHO CAUGHT
THOSE BREAM?
Buddy Matthews and Willie
Rudd were pictured with a
string of 50 bream and catfish
caught in local waters.

PRESBYTERIANS TO
ORDAIN DAY
Douglas Donald Day Jr.
was slated to be ordained "as
a minister of the word and
sacrament" during services at
First Presbyterian Church on
Sunday.
PRICE CHECK
An eight-pack of 16 oz. Coca-
Cola in bottles was 99 cents at
A&P; basketball cushioned
oxfords were $2.17 at Top
Dollar, and boxes of Keebler
vanilla wafers were two for 99
cents at Piggy Wiggly.


'Time is passing. Yet, for the United States of
America, there will be no forgetting September the
11th. We will remember every rescuer who died in
honor. We will remember every family that lives
in grief. We will remember the fire and ash, the
last phone calls, the funerals of the children. '
--President George W. Bush, Nov. 11, 200

'After 9/11 I1 think we realize now our
vulnerabilities in a way that makes us appreciate
the fragility of life, that makes us kinder to each
other. I think that when you suffer, you're more
sensitive to the suffering of others.'
--Marianne Williamson

'Terrorism against our nation will not stand.'
--President George W. Bush


P.O. Box 888
Perry, Florida


123 S. Jefferson Street
(850) 584-5513


DONALD D. LINCOLN SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Publisher Managing Editor
DEBBIE CARLTON CAROLYN DuBOSE
Business Manager Advertising Director
ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI KARIN WILLIAMS
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Staff Writer Classified Ad\ ertisi ng
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Member Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.,


By ANTHONY L. WHITE I w I
This is how I remember that day.
Ten years ago, around 8:45 on a bright
Tuesday morning, I was awakened by the
sound of my mother yelling, "Oh God!
No!"
I leaped out of bed and was in the living
room before she could finish screaming,
"A plane just flew into the World Trade
Center."
Even though I heard her clearly, I asked,
"What?" That is my usual dumbfounded
response when something happens that I
don't see coming.
She pointed to the television. I turned
and stared in awe at the gaping hole in
the north tower of the World Trade Center.
My mother began to pray for the people
inside who, like us, didn't foresee what we
thought was an accident coming.
None of us anticipated that an American
Airlines Boeing 767 loaded with 20,000
gallons of fuel would crash into the World
Trade Center's north tower. And no one
could have predicted that, 18 minutes
later, as we stared at the gaping hole in
the north tower, we would see an United
Airlines Boeing 767 appear on the
horizon then aim for the World Trade
Center's south tower like a guided
missile.
"What?" I asked again.
It didn't take long for the reality of what
was happening to set in. What we thought
was a horrible accident at first, had become
something far more sinister.
As1 i' mm othe a id I sat taking at te
horror and devastation in New York,
neither of us spoke a word, but I knew we
were wondering the same thing. Finally,
when she could not come up with an
answer on her own, she turned to me and
asked, "Who would do something like
that?"
Before I could tell her I didn't know, a
news bulletin flashed across the television
screen. An American Airlines Boeing 757
had targeted the Pentagon, the nation's
military headquarters, and crashed into
the west side of the building.
New York, Washington, D.C., and
America were under attack, but, before we
could gather ourselves and our defenses,
the unthinkable happened.
Less than 15 minutes after the fiery crash
destroyed a section of the Pentagon, we
watched as the south tower came crashing
down around the people inside the building
and the rescuers who had rushed in to save
them.
We were still gasping, still trying to
make sense of what we were witnessing,
when, nearly 30 minutes later, our hearts
broke.
The north tower collapsed.
"Turn the TV off," my mother cried.
"Turn it off."
But, I couldn't. The world was changing
before my eyes and I couldn't look away.
Neither could she.
We spent the rest of the day in front of
the television contemplating what we had
seen, what we had felt, and the effects it
would have on our lives and the world
around us.
I don't recall how long it was before we
learned that another plane, United Flight
93, had crashed in a Pennsylvania field
after the passengers fought back against
the four hijackers aboard the plane. The
plane's intended destination still isn't
known.
I'll never forget the horror I witnessed
live on television or the nearly 3,000 people
who died as a result of the crashes at the
World Trade Center, the 189 people who
died in the Pentagon crash, and the 45
people who died aboard United Flight 93
on Sept. 11, 2001.
And, that is why I'll always remember
that day.


Perry September 9-10,2011
# News-Herald









Players will be


spotlighted at


pep rally, game


CHAMPS
Continued from page 1
with funds donated by school
board members and the
community.
"They made good coaches
out of us," Coach Coker,
joined by five players at the
podium Tuesday night, said of
the team.
For both players and coaches,
the game played against top
ranked Leon High School Sept.
23, 1977, is forever burned into
their memories.
Ricky Bolden shared with the
board his account of making
the winning touchdown and
carrying that moment with him
always.
"My grandfather flew all the
way from L.A. (Calif.) for the
game and that was so special to
me. Of course, I'll never forget


what he told me cause we were
losing the game-'Grandson,
you mean I came all the way
from Los Angeles and ya'll are
going to lose the game?' We
came back and won," Bolden
said.
Players Jimmy Sauls, Randy
Hathcock, Johnny Campbell
and Gary Blount, along with
cheerleader Susan Millinor
Lynn, also shared their
favorite memories from the
championship season.
Many more members of the
team are expected to be on hand
at the Bulldogs' first home game
next Friday at Dorsett Stadium.
The community is invited to
stop by a tent which will be set
up at the stadium where players
will congregate.
"The pep rally starts at 1:30
p.m. We hope to see you there,"
Woods said.


A-3 Perry News-Herald September 9-10, 2011






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Former Taylor County High School Head Coach Elmer Coker, center, was joined by members of the 1977 football
team during Tuesday night's presentation by the school board. Shown left to right are: Randy Hathcock, Johnny
Campbell, Ricky Bolden, Coker, Jimmy Sauls, Gary Blount and (cheerleader) Susan Millinor Lynn.


Parents prayed, waited by the phone


LONGEST 2 HOURS
Continued from page 1
the lives lost and the heroes
born on that day 10 years ago.

Jimmie and Marion Sullivan
of Perry had just returned from
Washington, D.C., on Monday
having spent about a week with
their two grandchildren.
The trip allowed their son, Air
Force Capt. Jim Sullivan and his
wife Susanne, to escape town
without the kids (ages 3 and 6)
for a few days to celebrate their
wedding anniversary.
On Tuesday morning,
their first day back from the
trip, the Sullivans--like most
Americans--were tuning into
broadcast of the horrible,
terrorist attack on the World
Trade Center when it was
announced that a Boeing
757 had slammed into the
Pentagon, where their son Jim
works in personnel and
organizes meetings of the high
command.
For the next two hours--a
very long two hours for the
Sullivans-- they watched the
horrible scenes on TV. They
prayed a lot and were joined in
prayer by family, friends and
fellow church members from
Lakeside Baptist.
Then, finally, the phone
rang at 11:20 a.m. It was their
daughter-in-law's parents in
Pensacola. They had just heard
from their daughter. Jim was
okay.
"Yesterday was an anxious
day. It was a very long two
hours," said Jimmie Sullivan,
who is now retired after
working 30 years at Buckeye as
an electrician.
Marion Sullivan said they
have been overwhelmed with
the concern voiced by the
people in the community.
"The phone has been ringing,
people have been dropping by.
It means a lot to us," she said.
"We're just so thankful and
we praise the Lord that Jim is
okay."

Commission

eyes drop in

revenues
BUDGET HEARINGS
Continued from page 1
can lower the millage rate,
but cannot raise it above the
approved tentative rate.
Due to drops in property
values in the county, the
county is expecting $458,000
less revenue in the general
fund from property taxes and
$58,000 less in the MSTU fund,
which is assessed on properties
outside the city limits for
services duplicated by the City
of Perry, such as fire protection.
According to Property
Appraiser Bruce Ratliff, the
county's taxable value is
expected to drop 5.97 percent
or $75.2 million. Since 2008,
the county's taxable value has
fallen 16.35 percent.


While the Sullivans had
finally received word that their
son was okay, it would be
another nine hours before they
would actually talk to him.
That phone call came at 8:20
p.m.; Jim's voice was on the
line. While he didn't get into
many details about the carnage
at the Pentagon, he did relate the
day just passed to his parents.
When the airliner hit, shortly
after 9 a.m. Tuesday, Jim was
on the opposite side of the
Pentagon.
He was scheduled for a
physical fitness test so he was
dressed in shorts and tennis
shoes. That turned out to be the
preferred attire for the day.
An evacuation was ordered
at the Pentagon. Since Jim
and many others ride public
transportation to work, they
began walking.
"Jim got with a lady major
who works with him, and they
decided to walk to her house,
since it was closest, about five
miles away," Jimmie Sullivan
said.
The elder Sullivan said the
major, with heels and stockings
on, got a lot of blisters from the
hike, but his son was fine with
his exercise attire on.
He said the major's husband
gave Jim a ride to his house


where he got his truck and
returned to the Pentagon
and spent much of the day
transporting other walkers
home.
Jim Sullivan is a 1983
graduate of Taylor County
High School. He completed
two years of college at North
Florida Community College
before enlisting in the Air Force
in 1986.
He soon went to Biloxi,
Miss., for electronics training
and then was shipped to Korea
for a year where he decided to
become a pilot.
He returned to the states and
went to Florida State University
where he graduated. He was
commissioned as an officer in
Wichita, Kansas, in the early
'90s.
Since then he has done stints
in California, Virginia and
at Moody Air Force Base in
Valdosta.
He was assigned to the
Pentagon in February 2000
where he has continued to work
for the past 19 months.
Even though many people
were dead, the building
severely damaged and fires still
smoldering, Capt. Jim Sullivan
reported back to the Pentagon
Wednesday morning. There was
much work to be done.


Special service planned Sept. 16 at Oakland
A special pre-Homecoming service will be held at Oakland Baptist
Church Friday, Sept. 16, starting at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome.



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Miranda and Shane Sullivan, shown with parents Lt. Col. Jim Sullivan, left, and
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carries oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body.
Hemoglobin S results in hemoglobin that is less soluble, or fluid, within the red
cell that may form polymers within the cell during the normal stages of oxygen
transport. These polymers can the change shape of the RBC from a round disc to
a sickle shape. The altered shape limits the RBC's ability to flow smoothly through
the body. The sickled cells can become stuck in and obstruct small vessels.
Sickled RBCs are generally short-lived, only lasting about 10-20 days instead of
the normal 120 days. The shortened life of the RBCs cause anemia.
Signs, Symptoms, and Complications
Pain Crisis- The pain is associated with the narrowing or obstruction of small
blood vessels due to the shape of the RBCs. The location of the pain and its
duration can vary from crisis to crisis. Pain and swelling in the hands and feet is
often one of the first symptoms noticed in young children.
Anemia- Those affected experience fatigue, decreased stamina, dizziness,
paleness, shortness of breath, and an increased heart rate.
Infections- Especially lung infections. According to the CDC pneumonia is the
leading cause of death in children with sickle cell disease.
Acute Chest syndrome, due to vaso-occlusions, is a lung injury that can cause
symptoms such as coughing, chest pain, and fever. This requires prompt medical
attention.
Stroke
Splenic sequestration is the rapid enlargement of the spleen when many sickle
cells are trapped in the spleen. Symptoms such as abdominal pain, nausea, and
weakness that can progress to shock.
Laboratory Tests
Hb solubility Test
Hemoglobinopathy Evaluation (Hemoglobin Electrophoresis).
DNA analysis
CBC with manual differential
Iron Studies
Treatment
The goals with treatment are to relieve pain, minimize complications and organ
damage, and prevent infection.
The number of crisis can also be minimized by avoiding situations that frequently
trigger episodes, such as overexertion, dehydration, temperature extremes,
changes in altitude, smoking and stress.
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Living


A-4 Perry News-Herald September 9-10, 2011


Luncheon meeting on Sept. 21

kicks off new Garden Club year


The first meeting of the Perry Garden Club for
the 2011-2012 year will be held Wednesday,
Sept. 21.
This luncheon meeting begins at 11:30 a.m. at
the Perry Garden Club building. The hostess
committee includes Laura Mock, Patti Causey,
Lynette Senter, Liska Gooding and Carlyen
Grant.
Sub sandwiches, drinks and dessert will be
served; members do not need to bring any food.


$900 donation
The Perry Optimist Club recently presented a $900 check to Paul Nawlin for
Character Education Now programs in Taylor County schools. Troy Thompson,
right, president of the club, emphasized the Optimist Club's commitment to "bring
out the best in kids." Character Education Now offers small group mentoring along
with "Character Under Construction" programs and Words of Wisdom. It also urges
the "adoption of school grades by service and civic clubs.


Travis Ryan Crosby


Hudson Bryant Mills


Travis Ryan Crosby

will be one Tuesday

Travis Ryan Crosby Jr., the son of Travis Crosby and Liz
Rowell-Crosby, celebrates his first birthday on Tuesday, Sept. 13.
His maternal grandparents are Dale and Donna Rowell, Lou
Shaw and the late Linda Shaw.
Paternal grandparents of the birthday boy are Johnny and Donna
Crosby.

Mills celebrates his 1st

birthday today, Sept. 9
Hudson Brantley Mills is one today! Born on Sept. 9, 2010, he
is the son of Jason and Jodi Mills.
His maternal grandparents are Jeff and Debbie Bryson of Perry.
Matemal great grandparents are Marge Bryson of Perry, Bo
' Walker 'and Bettj Brd of( cgenny. Paternal grandparents are
Ann anid Rusty McLeod of Thomasville, ba.
Joining the celebration will be Hudson's brother, Bryson Drew
Mills, who is 3 and a half.


The Healthy Start Coalition of Jefferson, Madison & Taylor Counties, Inc.
will hold an election for a Taylor County Representative for Maternal and Child
Health. To be elected to the Board, an individual must be at least 18 years of age
and a resident of Taylor County. Individuals interested in having their names placed
on the ballot should contact Cindy Hutto at 850-948-2741 no later than September
21, 2011.
The Election will be held on September 26- 29, 2011 at the Healthy Start Coalition's
office located at: 1336 SW Grand Street, Greenville, Florida 32331. Listed below are
the general duties of Board Members:
Sets major organizational, personnel, fiscal and program policies.
Determines overall program plans and priorities and evaluation of performance.
Final approval of all program proposals.
Enforcement of compliance with all conditions of State, Federal and Local grants.
The terms of office as a Board Member shall be 3 years (2011-2014). The Healthy
Start Coalition of Jefferson, Madison & Taylor Counties, Inc. Board of Directors meets
quarterly in Greenville, Florida.


ALL TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC
MEMBERS ARE INVITED

WHAT: Tri-County Electric Cqoperative's 71st Annual Meeting
WHEN: Saturday, September 17, 2011
WHERE: Van H. Priest Auditorium, North Florida Community
College, Madison, Florida
TIME: Registration 9:00 a. m.; business meeting 10:00 a.m.

ENTERTAINMENT:
Georgians, Valdosta, Georgia
GUEST SPEAKER:
Carey Knowles, Southern Humorist & Storyteller, McRae, GA
The meeting will conclude with the drawing of a number of valuable
prizes which will include this used 2001 Ford F150 pickup truck.


After lunch there will be a floral design
workshop featuring Jimmie Bennett and Laura
Mock. Members should bring their own
clippers, All material will be furnished;
however, members are urged to bring any plant
material suitable for use in making the designs.
The horticulture tip will be presented by
Gennie Malone. Guests who are interested in
becoming a member may contact any current
Perry Garden Club member for information.


S Yard sale to benefit

D Perry Woman's Club
On Saturday, Sept. 17, the Perry Woman's Club will have a
Fundraiser Yard Sale at the club house, located at 502 N. Jefferson
St. Sales begin at 8 a.m. and continue until 12 noon with all
proceeds benefitting community charities.
Members hope you'll mark your calendars for the sale, but they
also hope you will consider making donations in advance. You can
arrange delivery or pick-up by calling 584-7373.

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A-5 Perry News-Herald September 9-10, 2011


Does your yard have a 30-foot 'lean, mean & green' zone?


As the nation witnesses
the destruction of thousands
of Texas homes as a result of
devastating wildfires, local
residents are urged to look at the
state of their own home with a
critical eye.
If a wildfire were to sweep
through Taylor County, would
your home stand a chance?
Although wildfire may seem


like a helpless situation, there
are steps that homeowners can
take now that can drastically
reduce the risk of property
damage or loss.
Clearing forest brush and
dry debris at least 30 feet away
from the home is the most
important thing a homeowner
can do to protect themselves
from wildfire. Regular yard


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maintenance and brush
clearing reduces the risk of
the devastating damage and
destruction associated with
wildfire.
A "lean, clean and green" 30-
foot zone around the home also
provides a safer, more accessible
place for firefighters to work as
they defend your home against
a wildfire, Division of Forestry


officials said.
There are many other steps a
homeowner can take to increase
their safety and help defend
their home from the devastating
effects of wildfire including:
Remove flammable debris
such as pine straw and dead
leaves off of the roof and out of
gutters;
Do not let debris accumulate


underneath structures;
Mow tall grasses and rake
leaves and pine straw away
from your home;
Regularly prune shrubbery
to remove excess growth and
dead branches;
Prune tree limbs 6-10 feet
off the ground and remove
climbing vines;
Dispose of yard clippings


promptly and legally.
It's never too early to take
the precautions that could mean
the difference between a home
destroyed and a home saved.
For more information on how
to protect your home from
wildfires, visit the Firewise
website at: www.firewise.org
and the Florida Forest Service
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A-6 Perry News-Herald September 9-10, 2011


Area churches plan gospel music, unity programs and a silent auction this Sunday


Watkins Family sings
The Watkins Family will be presented in concert this Sunday,
Sept. 11, during the 11 a.m. worship hour at Perry First Church of
God. Everyone is invited to this time of worship and special
gospel music.

Unity program at New Bethel
The Men's Mnistry at New Bethel Baptist Church will hold a 3
p.m. Unity program featuring Deacon James Lockett as speaker.
A community-wide invitation is extended.


Four gospels featured Sunday
The Four Gospels of Jesus Christ will be presented by the Men's
Ministry of Little St. John M.B. Church on Sunday at 3 p.m.
Come hear summaries by Minister Booker of New Brooklyn,
Cornell Thomas of Greater Springhill in Tallahassee, Terry Presley
of Monticello and Floyd Miles of New Jerusalem.

Silent auction at New Brooklyn
Treasures galore are promised at Sunday's two-hour silent
auction in the fellowship hall of New Brooklyn M.B. Church.
Immediately following worship, the auction will begin at 1 p.m.,


Tidhbis- Honor, remember those lost on 9/11


By SARAH HALL
God bless America! My
home sweet home! On this
commemorative occasion of 9-
11, we thank God for His
blessings of America. Our
prayers of Thanksgiving
resound loud and clear around
the world. God has been, and
is, good to America. "Blessed
is the nation whose God is the
Lord." America was founded
by people who believed that
God was their rock of safety,
and we must still hold this truth
as God continues to secure us.
Faith, courage and prayer


Bernice Nash
Bernice Nash, 57, died
Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011. She
was a native of Camilla, Ga.,
but had lived in Perry for over
50 years. She was the daughter
of the late Emma McBride
Brown, Ohio Tensley Sr. and
Frank Brown. Mrs. Nash was a
homemaker and a member of
Restoration Faith Center
Church.
Survivors include: her
husband, Grady Nash Jr. of
Perry; sons, Willie Nash and
Darian Abercrombie of Perry;
brothers, Frankie Lewis
Brown, of Tampa, Ohio
Tensley Jr. and Benjamin
Brown, both of Perry; sisters,
Sandra Carolyn Brown and
Emma Demps of Tampa,
Fannie Mae Clayton of
Jacksonville and Patricia
Brown of Perry.
Services for Mrs. Nash will
be held at New Mount Zion
Missionary Baptist Church of
Perry, Saturday, Sept. 10, at 2
p.m. Family members will
receive friends today, Sept. 9,
from 5-7 p.m. at Trinity
Funeral Home.


Card of

Thanks

Ponder
The Ponder family would
like to express our deepest
gratitude and appreciation to
everyone for all of the love,
kind thoughts, prayers, cards,
food and flowers for our
beloved Linda during and after
our time of loss.
A special thanks to New
Brooklyn Baptist Church and
to all other churches as well.
Linda Ponder Arnold Family


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birthed our great nation and
guided us through more than
200 years of wars, natural
disaster and national crisis.
Remember, America! Don't
forget the bridge (God) who
brought us across. Now is the
time to unite as a nation,
against any force that tries to
separate us, or destroy us.
Americans must stand firm and
strong, and remain bold in our
faith in God.
God said, "I will never leave
you or forsake you, but will we
forsake Him?"
"If my people, which are


Virginia Miller
Virginia "Ginny" Miller, 81,
died in Tallahassee on Aug. 31,
2011.
Living in Perry most of her
life, she was the daughter of
Henry Skinner and Donna Hall.
She worked as a homemaker
and was a member of the First
Presbyterian Church.
She is survived by: her son,
Cary Miller of Panacea; a sister
Betty McIntosh of Live Oak;
grandchildren, Christopher
Miller and Caroline Miller.
Memorial services were
held, Sept. 6, at 2 p.m. in the
First Presbyterian Church of
Perry. Beggs Funeral Home
was in charge of arrangements.


called by my name, shall
humble themselves and pray,
and seek my face, and turn
from their wicked ways, then
will I hear from heaven, and
will forgive their sin, and will
heal their land." (H Chronicles
7:14)
Pray for our President and all
our leaders. Remember that
God is our only sure trust. We
may not trust each other, but we
know as believers, we can trust
God. When praises go up,
blessings come down.
Honor and remember those
we lost on 9/11...remember the
history of our nation. Praise
God. Pray. And thank God for
blessing America. Never forget
we can all pray; we can all be
one voice, united. America is a
spiritual country, a God-loving
country, a God-fearing country,
a fighting, courageous country,
a proud country, and a God-
worshipping country. We are
one nation, under God,
indivisible with liberty and


justice for all.
A thought to remember:
Don't ever let your past control
your future.
A special memorial service
for the late Brother John
Monroe is scheduled for Sept.
24 at New Brooklyn M.B.
Church at 6 p.m. The Rev. D.
L. McBride is pastor.
Citywide mission will meet
at Antioch M. B. Church on
Sept. 11 at 2:30 p.m. The Rev.
Tony 0. Graham is pastor and
Geraldine Sparrow is president.
Special prayers for comfort
and healing for Deacon Arthur
Flowers and all the residents at
Marshall Health Care.
Condolences to the families
and friends of Bernice Nash.
The annual Women's Day
celebration will be held at New
Brooklyn M.B. Church Sunday,
Sept. 11, at 11 a.m.
The special guest speaker
will be Sandra H. Clayton of
New Mt. Zion M.B. Church.
Everyone is invited.


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Keaton Beach

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Lee hampers fishing


efforts over holiday


BY PAT MCGRIFF
onemorecast@ gtcom.net
Not many folks got to do much
over the holiday weekend at
Keaton, after Saturday anyway,
due to "T.S. Lee" however Ray
Carlile of McAlpin and I fished
Friday and caught 8 trout in
four hours with one just over 24
inches.
Believe it or not, at one time
(for over an hour) we had no
w-i-n-d whatsoever, despite a
NOAA forecast of 15-plus knots.
We caught all our trout in 4.5-5.5
feet of water, from 1:45 til 4 p.m.
using live pinfish under Cajun
Thunders. No reds, but we didn't
fish the high tide, which was just
after 6 p.m. Friday.


Dave Bosch of Tifton, Ga.,
fished with Cheng and Calvin
Pee, also of Tifton, last Friday
and wound up with 10 trout and
one nice redfish. Their best bite
came on the rising tide in the
afternoon in four feet of water on
pinfish and Cajuns.
Last Wednesday, the Walker
Wainwright Family of Reynolds,
Ga., had 18 trout from 4-8 feet
of water while using Gulp. Also
last week, Junior and Jake Berry
of Perry had 5 trout and 5 black
sea bass from 7-8 feet of water
bouncing Berkley Gulp.
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A-7 Perry News-Herald September 9-10, 2011


'Dogs will face Wakulla tonight


BY AARON PORTWOOD
Taylor County will travel to
Medart Friday night to take on
rival Wakulla County at 7:30
p.m. in a battle of undefeated
teams.
Taylor shut out Dixie County
34-0 last week, while Wakulla
defeated Panama City-Mosley,
35-14.
The Bulldogs defeated the
War Eagles 24-6 last season
in Perry on the way to an 11-1
season. Wakulla finished 8-4
last year, losing to eventual state
champion Lincoln, 35-16 in the
playoffs, and returns 8 starters
on both sides of the ball.
The War Eagles are playing
with a new QB and two new
offensive linemen, but turned
heads by beating both Leon (14-
0) and Lincoln (14-6) in a pre-
season jamboree despite sitting
out seven key players, including
four starters.
Wakulla does return their top
playmakers, including senior
running back, cornerback
and kick returned Marshane
Godbolt, who keyed a 31-14
victory over 6A Panama City-
Mosley last Thursday night with
4 carries for 65 yards (including
a 60-yard TD run and 1 catch
for an 80-yard TD).
Senior tailback Will Thomas
had 14 carries for 120 yards, as
the War Eagles had 26 carries
for 216 yards rushing and 115
yards through the air. Junior QB
Caleb Stephens completed 2 of
6 passes for 115 yards and 1 TD
last week.
Mosley dominated much of
the game, but shot themselves
in the foot with fumbles and
defensive breakdowns on big
plays. Wakulla had just 6 first
downs, compared to 19 for
Mosley, and ran only 33 plays,
compared to 65 by Mosley.
Wakulla's first drive of the
game lasted 7 plays and it was
esongestp4 ightbut the
ar eagles made up for it in big
plays, recovering a fumble that
led to a touchdown, completing
a halfback pass for another long


gain and then got the Dolphins'
corner to bite on a pump fake
that left Godbolt wide open for
an 80-yard TD catch.
Wakulla alternated between


the Wing-T and their veer (triple
option) offense to produce big
plays, including a 60-yard TD
run by Godbolt and two long
passes sandwiched around a


steady diet of dive plays up the
middle.
Wakulla Head Coach Scott
Klees' team features 43 players
and 20 seniors.


Bulldog Head Coach Steve Price talks to some of his offensive players during a
break in the action last week in Cross City. Players listening in include (left to right)
Jacob Barr (67), Marcus Hamilton (30), Justin McGuire (68) and Jacques Freeman
(2).


Hunter course begins Saturday


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) is offering a free hunter
safety course in Taylor County.
The course will take place
Sept. 10 and 11 from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Students must attend
all class dates to receive their
certificate'. The exact location
for this class will be given to
those who register in advance
by calling the regional office at


Taylor County Veterinary
Medical Association
Dr. T. Fletcher & Dr. M. Owens
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The Taylor County Veterinary Medical Association has
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386-758-0525 or going online
at MyFWC.com/HunterSafety.
All firearms, ammunition and
materials are provided free of
charge. Students should bring
a pen or pencil and paper. An
adult must accompany children
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required for everyone born on or
after June 1, 1975, to purchase
a Florida hunting license. The


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People interested in attending
a course can register online
and obtain information about
future hunter safety classs,;,at
MyFWC.com/HunterSafety or
by calling the FWC's regional
office in Lake City at 386-758-
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Nervously and sleepily,
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We figured out the nursing.
This goes how? and where?
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And how to show we care.

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His laughs and smiles. His pouts and tears.
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A-8 Perry News-Herald September 9-10, 2011


'The phone would ring


and you wouldn't hear it'


"'F'/ER FORGET
Cir l'..ed fr-ni page 1
i,: phone would ring and you
wouldn't hear it."
"Just shock," Gibson said,
describing how she felt as she
watched. "Just sick. It was like
you couldn't turn the television
off, even at home that night."
For Gardner, the news arrived
through her eight-year-old
neighbor.
"I was home," she said. "My
neighbor, Ashton Stoyer, who
was home-schooled, came
running over. 'Miss Birdie,'
she says. 'there's bombs in
America.'
"'I was like, yes, there are
bombs in America. 'It's on the
TV.' she insisted.
"My husband worked at
Martin Electronics. It's a
defense contract facility. I was
thinking it's a target," Gardner
said.
"I was staying with a friend at
the time and got a call from my
mom,." Weirick said. "She told
me that my brother Tom was
tine. I .li.'t know what she
was talking about at first. She
told me to turn on the TV; that
was when I realized what was
going on.
\ ,i\. brother Tom, at the time,


was stationed in Washington,
D.C., and worked in Crystal
City. He always did a weekly
trip to the Pentagon.
"I found out later that
he would have been at the
Pentagon when the plane struck
but he had gone the day before.
He would have actually been
in the part of the Pentagon that
was hit."
The day became a time when
many gathered their families
together. Strickland's mother
signed her out of school and they
spent the day together watching
the news. Ratliff signed his sons
out of school.
"We went to lunch and then
just sort of hung out together,"
he said.
"It was actually scary,"
Dyal said. "You heard about it
happening in other countries but
to see it happen not only to New
York City but the Pentagon, the
center of our defense."
"To me, it helped me relate
to Pearl Harbor, to have
our country attacked, our
homeland," Ratliff said.
Despite the attacks, some
routines did continue.
"Sept. 11 is my son's
birthday," Gardner said. "He
turned 15. We went up and got
that driver's permit."


Weirick, who was at the time
Sarah Knapp, had a first date
scheduled for that evening with
Joe Weirick, who would later
become her husband.
"It was of course planned
beforehand," she said. "We had
gone to the movies and watched
'American Pie 2' and ate dinner
at Poppa Jim's. I can even
remember what we ate. Joe had
a fried grouper poboy and I had
a grilled chicken salad and crab
claws."
They have been married eight
years and have two children.
Dyal said they tried to resume
classes as much as possible the
next day.
"We tried to bring back a kind
of normalcy, to let the students
know this was something that
happened but hopefully only
once," he said.
Although terrorist attacks
have been launched elsewhere
in the world, and the United
States has faced two wars since
that fateful day in September,
it has only happened here
once.
And 10 years later, when
you ask about what people
were doing when they heard
the news, the answer is almost
always the same.
"I know exactly where I was."


Call 811 before you dig in the city


As a part of the City of Perry's
Pipeline Damage Prevention
Program, the city is requesting
residents to call before digging.
"It is the responsibility of the


person or individual in charge
of the excavation to call for line
locations before the excavating
begins," officials said. "You
must call Sunshine State One-


Call of Florida, Inc., at 811."
In case of gas pipeline
emergency you may call 850-
584-7940, 24 hours a day, 7
days a week.


Powers will speak at library


Author R.W. "Woody"
Powers will speak at the Taylor
County Public Library on
Monday, Sept. 26.
Powers is a retired military
veteran who served three tours


in Vietnam and earned both the
Air Medal and the Bronze Star.
He wrote the historical fiction
novel "McNeil," which takes
place during the Korean War.
Powers will be the guest


speaker at the Friends of the
Taylor County Public Libary
meeting, which begins at 5:30
p.m. and is open to the public.
The library is located at 403
N. Washington St.


Tentative Five Year Work Programn
5 s ux)7I District Two
Fiscal Years Beginning July 1, 2012 June 30, 2017
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District Two, is conducting public
hearings pursuant to Section 339.135(4)(c), Florida Statutes, to consider the
Department's Tentative Work Program for the Fiscal Years 2012/2013 through 2016/2017,
and to consider the necessity of making any changes to the Work Program, to which all
persons are invited to attend and be heard.
1. Live Oak Hearing: Specific notice is provided to the County Commissions for
Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee and Taylor counties serving as the Metropolitan
Planning Organization (MPO) for their respective counties.
DATE AND TIME: Thursday, October 6, 2011 at 5:30 p.m.
PLACE: Live Oak Passenger Depot
210 N. Ohio Avenue, Live Oak, FL

2. Lake City Hearing: Specific notice is provided to the Gainesville Metropolitan
Transportation Planning Organization (MTPO) and the County Commissions forAlachua,
Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy and Union counties serving as the Metropolitan
Planning Organization (MPO) for their respective counties.
DATE AND TIME: Monday, October 10, 2011 at 5:30 p.m.
PLACE: FDOT District Two Office, Madison Room
1109 South Marion Ave., Lake City, FL

3. Jacksonville Hearing: Specific notice is provided to the North Florida
Transportation Planning Organization (TPO), the Jacksonville City Council and the County
Commissions for Baker, Clay, Nassau, Putnam and St. Johns counties serving 'as the
Metropolitan Planning Organization for their respective counties.
DATE AND TIME: Thursday, October 13,2011 at 5:30 p.m.
PLACE: FDOT Jacksonville Urban Office, Training Facility
2198 Edison Avenue, Jacksonville, FL
Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national
origin, disability or family status. Persons who require accommodations under the
Americans with Disabilities Act or persons who require translation services (free of
charge) should contact Mr. Bill Henderson, District Planning & Environmental Manager,
Lake City District Office at 1-800-749-2967 at least seven (7) days in advance of the
Public Hearings.
Written comments from the Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO's), County
Commissions and other interested parties will be received by the Department at the Public
Hearings and up to October 28, 2011 following the hearing. Comments should be
addressed to:
Mr. Alan R. Mosley, P.E., Diitrictl \l o Secretary
Florida Department of Trinsportation. District Two
1109 South Marion Ave. Mail Station 2000
Lake City, FL 32025-5874
Telephone 1-800-749-2967
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

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Community


B-1 Perry News-Herald September 9-10, 2011


Governor welcomed
Rotary District 6940 Governor Jeannie Quave recently visited the Perry Rotary
Club, talking with members about a variety of projects underway throughout the
district, which encompasses the entire Florida panhandle. She also discussed a trip
she took to Haiti to help check on two Rotary projects in the country. Shown above
are: (from I to r) Debbie Bassett, Pam Rigoni-Parker, Lisa Williams, Kay Green, Quave,
Kris Retherford, Club President Mark Viola, Jeff Manning and Asst. Gov. Myra Regan.

Group photo to feature cancer survivors


Cancer survivors are invited
to be part of a group photo that
will be staged by Taylor County
Relay For Life Saturday, Sept.
17, at Dorsett Stadium.
The photo will be snapped at


cause. A continental breakfast
be provided," Relay volunteers
invited.
The first team meeting for
the 2012 Relay For Life will
be held Monday, Sept. 19, at


representatives are urged to
attend.
The Relay For Life Kick-
Off will be held Monday, Oct.
3, at the Perry Woman's Club
starting at 6:30 p.m. This year's


9:30 a.m. Evangel Christian Fellowship, theme is "Entertainment."
"Please come by and lend starting at 6:30 p.m. The 2012 Relay For Life wil
your support to this worthwhile Team captains and/or be held May 25-26.

Hospital presents trauma


team development course


Doctors' Memorial Hospital
(DMH) recently hosted a Rural
Trauma Team Development
Course for its staff, presented
by the American College of
Surgeons.


"Rural trauma has been called
the neglected disease of the
21st century. We presented this
course as a proactive initiative
for our employees," organizers
said.


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Presenters for the course were
Dr. Jeff Crooms, Dr. Shelby
Blank and trauma nurse Pattie
Stadler.
"From helmet removal to
chest tube insertions, this course
covered the areas needed to
secure and stabilize our residents
in the event a traumatic event
occurs and to insure the best
delivery of care for our patients.
While DMH bed numbers may
be smaller, our commitment to
excellence is second to none,"
representatives said.


Weather

jogs the

memory


Have you ever noticed how weather
affects memories of events in your life?
For instance, when you see an old friend
that has moved away, the first thing
that usually pops in your mind will be
whether it was cold or hot, rainy or dry.
Tuesday, September 6th was this
type of day for me. It was one of those
bittersweet days that you tuck away only
allowing it to surface rarely. The sweet
side of it is it was the day we celebrated
my brother Bobby Leggett's birthday....
the big 801 Plus it was 19 years ago on
that day God gave my husband Edward
a healing miracle. The bitter part of the
day is my memory of the last time I saw
my brother Ted Leggett in 1965. He and
three other family members set off from
Keaton Beach for a day of fishing in the
Gulf. He never returned. I can tell you
with acute clarity the weather conditions
as I stood on the shores of Keaton Beach
and in the corridors of Shands Hospital
on those two memorable days and I can
attest to lots of sunny days since that
have mellowed the memories allowing
hope to shine.
Another recent reminder of weather
memories comes from the increasingly
popular Facebook site created by Taylor
County's own Joy Towles Ezell.
The site cleverly called, "If You Grew
Up In Taylor County You Remember:
has taken the airways by storm (pun
intended) with a following of more than a
thousand members.
It is one of the most unique arenas
around as Taylor County residents and
those of us who were reared in Taylor
County share memories of days long
gone but never forgotten. Photos of
scenes from Perry that have been stored
away are being put on display for all to
enjoy. One of the recent ones was of Mr.
James Bloodworth at his popular "soda
fountain." As- members related their
memories of cherry coke and yummy
milkshakes he served, it transported
me all the way back to my childhood


when a trip to the local dimestore and
the treat at Bloodworth's Drug Store was
the highlight of this child's weekly And
of course, one of the recent'discussions
was, "Where were you when it snowed
in Perry in February of 1958?" While
some admitted to skipping school to
play in the snow, others headed to
school to share the amazing event with
classmates. I remember so well the
teachers that allowed us to go outside
periodically to check the snow level and
pack snow together to make snowballs
that ended up flying through the air
at an -unsuspecting target. I remember
the air was so crisp and clean it felt like
tiny slivers of cold caressing our tanned
Florida skin.
There are literally hundreds of such
events shared through this medium of
communication that has prompted me
to recall days long gone but still alive in
the memories of others.
Without fail, one of my first reactions
to the memories is the feel of the weather
patterns on that particular day......was
it a hot, dry summer day with the sky so
blue it would put a Blue Jay to shame
or was it stormy with winds blowing
in from the Gulf bringing tidings of an
electrical storm with lightning that
would crisscross the sky accompanied
by ear-splitting claps of thunder.
When I think about the power and
influence of nature in my life I am so
thankful for the five senses God created in
us. We are blessed with seeing, hearing,
touching, smelling and taste. Add to
that the pleasure of memories that can
be turned into full-blown pictures that
transport us to days of yesteryear.
It's almost like being there for the first
time.
If by chance you have not taken
advantage of this wonderful site I
encourage you to log on to "If You Grew
Up In Taylor County, Florida, You
Remember:" and share your memories
with us.....Ill be waiting.


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purpose of diversifying and growing a sustainable
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The objective of the Executive Director of the TCDA
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expansion of existing businesses and to aggressively
facilitate the establishment of new, private sector
businesses to Taylor County.
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expected to range from $40,000-$80,000 annually.
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employer and provider. The position Is open until filled.
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Entertainment


B-2 Perry News-Herald September9-10, 2011


ySeasonal Calendars


Beatles, Brooks and Sinatra


iiL included in Broadway Series


Even 30 years later, sooner



or later you pay 'The Debt


Along with Hollywood's trend of remaking just
about every movie made before 1990, they have
developed a habit of remaking any foreign film
that becomes a hit in its native country.
Recent examples include the multitude of
Japanese horror films such as "The Ring" and
"The Grudge," the British comedy "Death at a
Funeral," the Swedish horror film "Let the Right
One In" and the forthcoming remake of the
Swedish adaptation of "The Girl with the Dragon

Occasionally, the remakes
hit the mark and become great -
films in their own right, such
as Martin Scorsese's "The
Departed," a remake of the
Hong Kong film "Internal
Affairs," which went on to win


four Academy Awards. :
The latest example is "The wm co
Debt," based on the Israeli -
film of the same name, which THE[ E
follows a group of Mossad
agents who tracked down a .';"""
Nazi war criminal in the 1960s
and the secrets which are still
haunting them 30 years later. '
"The Debt" is an
exceptionally well acted film
that works well as a thriller and
a drama, although its structure
takes some of the tension out
of the early acts. The material is heavier than we
typically get in early September, but the studios
are beginning to prime their Oscar hopefuls and
we'll begin to see more of these as we get closer
to the end of the year.
As the movie opens in 1997, a Israeli journalist
is celebrating the launch., of .her t new book
chronicling a 1966 Mossad mission--which
included her parents--to capture Dieter Vogel
(Jesper Christensen, "Casino Royale"), called the
Surgeon of Birkenau for his human experiments
conducted during World War II.
Rachel (Hellen Mirren, "The Queen"), Stefan
(Tom Wilkinson, "Batman Begins") and David
(Ciarin Hinds, "Harry Potter and the Deathly
Hallows, Part 2") still bear the scars--both
emotional and physical--from that mission and
the decisions they made at the time.
"The Debt" continues to bounce back and


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.
In "God of Carnage," 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.
SEPT. 8-11
The Tallahassee Little Theatre's
Coffeehouse Series presents
'The Guys," a tribute to the
10th anniversary of 9/11. In
this moving portrayal of the
aftermath of the collapse of the
World Trade Center, Joan, an
editor, helps Nick, an FDNY
captain, prepare the eulogies
for an unprecedented number
of firefighters who died under
his command that day. Tickets
are $15 for adults and $12 for
students and seniors. They can
be purchased online at www.
tallytheatre.org or by calling 850-
224-8474. The theatre is located
at 1861 Thomasville Road in
Tallahassee.
SEPT. 30 OCT. 9
The Quincy Music Theatre
presents "Annie Get Your
Gun," the musical in which
Annie Oakley and Frank Butler
meet when she beats him in a
sharpshooting contest at Buffalo
Bill's Wild West Show and the
two have to negotiate between


forth between 1997 and 1966, with Jessica
Chastain ("The Help"), Marton Csokas ("Alice in
Wonderland") and Sam Worthington ("Avatar")
portraying the younger versions of Rachel, Stefan
and David. As they often do, the events of the past
will come back to affect the present.
"The Debt" is directed by John Madden, whose
1998 film "Shakespeare in Love" won seven
Academy Awards including Best Picture.
Here, he gets the most of his small cast--
there are essentially four
S main characters played by
seven actors--and creates a
claustrophobic atmosphere
with much of film seeing
them trapped inside Soviet-
controlled East Germany.
As I alluded to, since we've
already met the characters in
1997 before we ever get to
m--m 1966, it's impossible to create


the same level of tension that
we would have if we saw the
. events unfold chronologically.
Additionally, we know from
the start there are secrets
swirling between the former
agents, and as the movie
progresses it is pretty obvious
what many of them are.
Still, the quality of the
acting and the direction
keeps the story compelling despite these faults.
Plus the final act provides a few extra surprises
and delivers a mostly satisfying if somewhat
ambiguous conclusion.
The main cast is superb from top to bottom,
with Mirren and Castain both standouts as
Rachel. Christensen as Vogel isiboth .detesible
and frightening as he pushes his captors' buttons.
I can't say how this version compares to the
original since the Hebrew-language film was
never released in the U.S., but based on the
remake, it was probably worth making to give
audiences a chance to see the story as well.
"The Debt" is slower and more deliberate in its
pacing than most of the fare you'll find in theaters
right now, but well worth the visit if you're
looking for something more substantial.
The film is rated R for some violence and
language.


SEPT. 23-24
The Pickin' in the Pines
Festival will be held at Forest
Capital State Park in Perry. The
entertainment line-up will include:
Josh Slone and CoalTown,
Highway 41, Pam Curtis & Up the
Creek, Swiftwater, Blue Shades
of Grass, Gandy Brothers, Florida
State Bluegrass Band, Stone
Family and more. Tickets are
$10 for a weekend pass. For
more information, contact the
Perry-Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce at 850-584-5366.


SEPT. 16
With his signature catchphrase,
"Git-R-Done," comedian Larry
the Cable Guy will be performing
at the Tallahassee-Leon County
Civic Center with special guest
Reno Collier at 8 p.m. Tickets
are $48.25, $59 and $69 and
can be purchased through the
Civic Center Box Office by calling
800-322-3602 or online through
Ticketmaster.com.


SEPT. 28-0CT. 2
Fusing the 3000 year-old tradition
of Chinese acrobatic arts with
the multidisciplinary approach of
Cirque du Soleil, Dralion arrives
at the Tallahassee-Leon County
Civic Center for five days and
seven shows. Showtimes are
Sept. 28-Oct. 1 at 7:30 p.m., Oct.
1 at 3:30 p.m. and Oct. 2 at 1 and
5 p.m. Adult tickets range from
$45.25 to $108.25 depending
on the showtime and seat
locations, while children tickets
are $38 to $89.75.To purchase
tickets, call 800-322-3602 or visit
Ticketmaster.com.


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their competitive sides and their
blossoming love for each other.
Songs will include 'There's No
Business Like Show Business:'
"Doin'What Comes Natur'lly,"
"You Can't Get a Man with a
Gun'," "They Say It's Wonderful"
and "Anything You Can Do:'
Showtimes are Sept. 30-Oct. 1,
and Oct. 7-8 at 7:30 p.m. with
2:30 p.m. matinees on Oct. 1 and
8-9.


SEPT. 18
The first concert of the 2011-12
Tallahassee Artist Series season
features bold and rising star,
mezzo-soprano Jennifer Johnson
Cano at 4 p.m. in Opperman
Music Hall on the Florida State
University campus. As first prize
winner of the 2009 Young Concert
Artist International Auditions,
Cano has given recitals in both
New York City at Merkin Hall and
Washington, D.C. at the Kennedy
Center. Individual tickets will be
available at the door or can be
reserved by calling 850-224-9934.
General admission tickets are $30
for adults and $10 for students
(13+).The performance is free to
students 12 and under.


SEPT. 16
Advent Christian Village's Live! at
Dowling Park Artist Series kicks
off its latest season with Grammy
Award-winning tenor Larry Ford,
who has been a featured soloist
in Gaither Homecoming concerts
and videos. The concert will start
at 7 p.m. in the Village Church.
Tickets are $12 for adults, $7 for
students (ages 13-18) and $5 for
children (ages 5-12). To purchase
tickets, call 386-658-5343.


The Tallahassee Broadway
Series returns to the Tallahassee-
Leon County Civic Center for
its 2011-12 season featuring a
bevy of Tony Award-winning
musicals.
Single tickets to the 2011-12
season go on sale today (Friday)
at 10 a.m. The Broadway Series
includes "Shrek the Musical,"
"In the Heights," "Rain A
Tribute to the Beatles," "Young
Frankenstein" and "Come Fly
Away."
Single tickets are priced
at $39.25, $42.25, $49.25,
$60.00, $69.25 and $78.25.
Phone orders, internet sales and
tickets at the outlets are subject
to service charges. For tickets,
call the Civic Center Box Office
at 800-322-3602 or purchase
online through Ticketmaster.
com.
For additional information,
visit www.tlccc.org.


Shrek the Musical
Nov. 2-3 7:30 p.m.
"Shrek the Musical,"
based on the Oscar-winning
DreamWorks film, is part
romance, part twisted fairy tale
and all irreverent for everyone
'featuring'a score of 19' all new
songs. Shrek, Donkey and
more than a dozen other fairy
tale misfits take on a villain
with a short temper to rescue
a feisty princess in a faraway
kingdom turned upside down
in this musical. The Nov. 2
performance of "Shrek the
Musical" is Kid's Night on
Broadway in Tallahassee.
Special discounts are available
at the Civic Center Box Office.


In the Heights
Nov. 28 7:30 p.m.
"In the Heights," the 2008
Tony Award-winning Best
Musical, is a moving, funny
and uplifting show about a
community of hard-working
immigrants seeking a better
life and trying to find their


place--their home--in their new
country. You can experience
the next chapter of the classic
American story in this show.


Rain- A Tribute
to the Beatles
Dec. 9 7:30 p.m.
"Rain A Tribute to the
Beatles" is a multi-media
concert that brings The
Beatles to life with a note-for-
note performance featuring
a full range of The Beatles'
discography live on-stage. This
tribute will take audiences back
to a time when all you needed
was love, and a little help from
your friends.


Young
Frankenstein
March 25, 2012 7:30 p.m.
"Young Frankenstein," the
new Mel Brooks musical and
winner of the 2008 Outer
Critics Circle Award for Best
Musical, brings a sensational


cast delivering all fans' favorite
moments from the classic film,
plus brand-new show-stopping
numbers for the stage. Follow
bright young Dr. Frankenstein
* as he attempts to create a
monster--but not without scary
and hilarious complications.

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Come Fly Away
April 2, 2012 7:30 p.m.
"Come Fly Away" brings
together the legendary vocals of
Frank Sinatra and the creative
vision of Tony Award-winner
Twyla Tharp ("Movin' Out").
The seductive vocals of "Ol'
Blue Eyes" and the sizzling
sound of a live on-stage big
band combine with the visceral
thrill of Tharp's choreography.
Fourteen of the world's best
dancers tell the story of four
couples falling in and out of love
in a world of sparkling romance
and astonishing beauty.

Season tickets are also
available ranging in price from
$150 to $305 depending on
seating locations. They can only
be purchased from the Civic
Center Box Officei,."w~Aiu h
be reached at 800-322-3602.
Theatre-goers can also join
the Celebrity Club, which
features special privileges
including free preferred parking
at the civic center and the best
seating available in the house
for all five shows.
Members will also be able
to attend an after-show buffet/
reception for each of the
Broadway shows and cast
members are invited to visit the
Celebrity Club after the show.
Membership is $175 per
person or $300 per couple.


'Guys' is a tribute to


anniversary of 9/11


The Tallahassee Little
Theatre's Coffeehouse Series'
production of "The Guys," a
tribute to the 10th Anniversary
of 9/11, continues through
Sunday.
In this moving portrayal of
the aftermath of the collapse of
the World Trade Center, Joan,
an editor, helps Nick, an FDNY
captain, prepare the eulogies for
an unprecedented number of
firefighters who died under his
command that day.
"The Guys" was written by
Anne Nelson and the production
is directed by Rod Durham.


Now Accepting Applications For

GIBB PERRY VILLAGE
800 Stephens Court Perry, FL
Apartments for people who have
disabilities & very low incomes
* 1 & 2 bedroom apartments
* Wide doorways, lower counters, roll-in showers
* Fully accessible for people who use wheelchairs
& other mobility aids

For more information call:
(850) 576-7145
Goodwill Industries, Tallahassee
Florida Relay Service
(800) 955-8770
TDD (850) 576-5235 ,EUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY

Would you like to add an event to the entertainment
calendar of events? Call us at 850-584-5513?


Showtimes are today (Friday)
and Saturday at 8:30 p.m. with a
2 p.m. matinee on Sunday.
Tickets are $15 for adults and
$12 for students and seniors.
They can be purchased online
at www.tallytheatre.org or by
calling 850-224-8474.
The theatre is located at 1861
Thomasville Road.






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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
AUCTION SATURDAY SEPT. 10 AT
6:30 P.M. 1693 SW MOSELEY HALL
RD (CR360) MADISON. THIS WEEK
WE HAVE A HAULER FROM
GEORGIA HERE WHICH ALWAYS
BRINGS AN INTERESTING MIX OF
NEW ITEMS INCLUDING FOOD. WE
ARE ALSO LIQUIDATING
MERCHANDISE FROM A
TRUCKLOAD FROM A LARGE
RETAILER. ITEMS SUCH AS SMALL
SHED, PROPANE GRILLS, SHOP
VACUUM, LAWN SWEEPER, TOOL
SETS, POWER TOOLS, MITER SAW,
40 GALLON GAS WATER HEATERS,
42", 46" GRASS BAGGERS, TOYS,
FOOD PROCESSORS, TOOL BOXES,
FANS, SMALL KITCHEN
APPLIANCES AND TOO MANY
OTHER ITEMS TO LIST. YOU WILL
NOT WANT TO MISS THIS AUCTION,
COMFY SEATS, AIR CONDITIONED
AND LOTS OF FUN. 10% BUYERS
PREMIUM. MC, VISA, DISCOVER,
DEBIT CARDS, CHECKS AND CASH
ACCEPTED. AU691 RON COX.
AB2490.



Multi-family yard sale. North Allen
Street, Saturday, Sept. 10, at 8 a.m.
Household, hunting, Christmas,
furniture, Avon, clothing and more.
09/09
Yard sale Sat., Sept. 10, 7 a.m. until. 4
wheeler $800 OBO, 1 Cherry Longbed
roll top cover $90 OBO, Christmas tree
and decorations, fire pit, table with 4
swivel chairs, $200 OBO, DSI with case
and charger $90 OBO. Many other misc
items 102 Miller Drive off Plantation,
rain or shine.
09/07,09/09


Estate Sale Hwy. 27 E. just past the jail Yard sale. Saturday, Sept. 10, 132 E.
on right. Rain or shine everything must Dowling Street. (3 streets north of old
go. Fri. 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. hospital, across from Joe P. Burns.)
Motorized wheel chair, dining table and 09/09
chairs, china cabinet, furniture, washer,
dryer etc. Yard sale. Saturday Sept. 10, 8 a.m.-12
09/09 noon. Bunk bed, dresser, chest, baby


Yard sale, Saturday, Sept. 10, 7 a.m. -
noon at Jack and Jill Day Care.
Strollers, car seat, toys, high chair, toys
and other baby items.
09/09
Yard sale/gift shop, clearance sale.
Something for everyone. Beach Rd.
behind fruit stand. 295-4205. Sept. 9,10
& 11, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
09/09
Yard sale. Saturday, Sept. 10, 8 a.m.-12
p.m. 200 Wood St. Four wheeler, lots of
clothes and misc. items.
09/09
Friday & Saturday. Multi-family. 9 a.m.
until. 3498 Hwy. 19 South (Taylor
Storage Center across from Taylor
Tech). Radio Flyer Liberty Spring
Rocking Horse, baby bed, HP
computer with 19-inch monitor &
speakers $100, scanner, Dell LCD
monitor, wireless keyboard & mouse,
digital camera, scooter, walkie talkie,
knives, computer desks, apartment
size refrigerator/microwave combo,
bassinet swing, new and used tools,
cordless phones, microwave, bread
machine, vacuum cleaners, small
appliances, bakers rack, electric chain
saw, adult bikes, comics, toys, fashion
jewelry, luggage, sheets $2, baby
clothes $1, jeans $1, scrubs $2,
large 25 cent sections of knick-knacks,
low prices on everything.
09/09
Yard sale, about 1 mile on Beach Rd.
beside the fruit stand. Tools, clothes all
sizes, household items. Friday and
Saturday, 8 a.m. until. Call 850-838-
5046 for information.
09/09
Garage sale. Friday and Saturday. 1702
W.T. Grubbs Rd. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Lots of
misc. items.


items and misc. 173 Shady Oak Dr. off
Plantation.
09/09


2 family yard sale. Saturday, Sept. 10, 8
a.m.-1 p.m. 104 Pine Tree Rd.Lots of
stuff. We have lots of baby boy and girl
thingstoo.
09/09
Yard sale. Saturday, Sept. 10, 8 a.m.-1
p.m. 2810 W. Page Rd., off Woods
Creek Rd. We have many items to
choose from. Check us out.
09/09



Hogs for sale. $25. Call 223-1486.
09/09-09/16
Compound Bow for sale. Bear $175
firm. Call 352-498-4037.
Water Filter Kit Kit includes: 3/4" filter
housing, mounting bracket, mounting
screws, filter wrench. All for $19.95.
Cartridge not included. Only 24 of
these at this price. Gulf Coast Plumbing
and Electrical Supply, 584-8200.
You Pick. Peas, peanuts, pears and
okra. Priscilla's Produce, seven-tenths
of a mile on Mosely Hall Road. 850-
948-4816.
09/07, 09/09
We buy junk cars and trucks for $125-
$225. 7 days a week. Call 386-658-
1030 or 904-887-8513.


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For Sale Kobler Campbell piano $350.
Please call 223-2787, if no answer
leave a message.
09/02 09/14



Roommate wanted. Move in Oct. 8,
share 1/2 of utilities. Call 850-578-
2713.


Used typewriter in good working
condition, reasonably priced. Call 850-
295-5842.
09/09,09/14



REPOS REPOS REPOS 7 ON LOT
BANK SAYS TO GET RID OF THEM
CALL TODAY 352-493-9600.
TMH
A 4 BD 2 BA CLOSE TO TOWN IN
PERRY OFF OF VERA LANE SMALL
DOWN PAYMENT OWNER HAS FIN
$483 PER MO CALL JEFF 352-262-
4531.
TMH
A NEW PROGRAM FOR SINGLE
MOMS & DADS OR YOUNG
COUPLES. IF YOU HAVE A ZERO OR
575 CREDIT SCORE YOU CAN OWN
A 3 OR 4 BD MOBILE HOME W/ SOME
MONEY DOWN ON YOUR LAND.
CALL TODAY 352-493-9600.
TMH



STEINHATCHEE PLACE RESORT.
Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments for rent $600 to $800.
Included with rent is full cable t.v.,
Internet, hot tub, one block, one block
to river and new boat landing. Call 352-
498-7740 if no answer 813-677-9640.
SPR
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."
05/19
WA
Taking applications for a 2 BR/1 bath
located in Everetts Mobile Home Park.
Water, sewer and garbage included in
rent. $400 a month and a $300 deposit.
Must have references. Apply in person
to Ms. Betty. 584-7094.
06/03
tfnEMH
2 bedroom, 1 bath block house off Old
Dixie Hwy. Full kitchen, full bath. First,
last and security deposit. $500 a month
call Robert at 850-223-3427.
09/07,09/09
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
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.
09/09JP
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
3 bedroom, 2 bath, in Shady Grove.
$650 per month. Call 850-838-9514.
WR
2 bedroom, 1 bath block house off Old
Dixie Hwy. Full kitchen, full bath. First,
last and security deposit. $500 a month
call Robert at 850-223-3427.
08/31-09/02
3 bedroom, 1 bath in Iddo. $550 per
month. Call 850-838-9514.
WR
For rent with option to buy. 3 Bedroom,
2 bath brick home in great
neighborhood. Inside of city with all
utilities available. $750 monthly with
$750 deposit. NO pets. Call to see,
850-838-2674.
09/09, 09/14,09/21,09/28
3 bedroom, 2 bath. $500 per month.
Call 838-6552 or 838-6551.
09/07,09/09


One bedroom, one bath apartment.
900 sq. feet, $650 per month and
security deposit. Includes utilities, pets
extra. Near Keaton Beach. Call 850-
843-1882
09/09-09/30
One bedroom furnished apartment. All
utilities included (electric, water, sewer,
garbage and cable). No smoking. No
pets. $160 a week or $600 a month.
$100 deposit. Call 850-926-3613 or
850-363-8196
09/30
RV campsite with utilities included for
$300 per month. Call 850-926-3613 or
850-363-8196.
09/30
Newer 3 bedroom, 2 bath trailer for
rent. $600 a month includes water. Call
584-8885.
09/14


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.
4 RV sites in North Taylor County. Call
850-838-6124
08/10-09/02


WATER FRONT LOTS FOR SALE ON
CEDAR ISLAND ON THE CANAL
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 850-584-666&6 1.
04/29tfnWO
For Sale or Lease to Own:
New house in Ocean Pond Subdivision
only a few miles from Keaton Beach, Fl.
1568 sq. ft. of living area, three
bedroom, two bath new house with all
new appliances, carpet and hardwood
flooring. Open kitchen living room area,
sitting on 2 acres of land ready to move
in. Reduced to $134,900 MAKE
OFFER. Call 850-672-0536
09/09


Land for sale, 221 North between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker
Rd. 1 acre lots with paved roads. Ownei
financing available. Please call (386)
658-1346 or (850) 584-7466.EF



8 vehicles for sale! 6 under $3,500!
Hurry!
Head Turners Auto Inc.
In front of
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850-584-8900
2008 GMC Sierra Denali Pick up.
White, 20 in. wheels, Denali package,
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Call 223-1059.
09/29
2005 Buick LeSabre Limited, one
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09/02-09/09
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Can be seen at 1823 Pine Bluff Rd.
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The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation, Commission is now.
hiring personnel forseasonal-wocrk'atc
check stations during the upcoming
hunting seasons. The check stations
will operate on the dates as follows
Archery from 09/24/11-10/16/11,
Muzzleloader from 10/28/11-10/30/11,
General gun from 11/05/11-11/20/11,
and Spring Turkey from 03/17/12-
04/01/12. Positions available are in
Taylor County. Pay rate $7.31 per hour.
Most positions begin Sept. 24, 2011.
For further details call (850) 838-9027,
ext. 100, or stop by the Big Bend Field
Office at 663 Plantation Rd. in Perry.


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Citizens State Bank

PP 3D Now Hiring
CITIZENS STATE BANK
POSITION TITLE: Customer Service Representative
DEPARTMENT. Customer Service Department
SUPERWSOR: Vice President of Customer Service

PURPOSE AND SCOPE:
To provide and maintain excellent customer relations by ensuring customer inquiries
are handled in a prompt, efficient courteous, effective and professional manner Re-
sponses must adhere to Citizens State Bank standards while adhering to all government
and agency guidelines and/or requirements.
MAJOR I ESSENTIAL JOB ACCOUNTABILITIES: 95%
High School Diploma or equivalent
AA/AS Degree preferred
Answer incoming Inquiries
Effectively provide prompt, accurate and professional responses to customer inquiries
Successfully resolve routine inquiries
Display active listening skills
Document ban activity to the Bankway system
Demonstrate knowledge of current department Policies and Procedures, including but
not limited to:
Product knowledge of Mortgage Banking practices
System tools (i.e. Email, Word, Excel, Meridian Link Xpress Accounts, Bankway, Image
Center, Loan Servicing
OTHER JOB ACCOUNTABILITIES THAT MAY BE ASSIGNED: 5%
Special projects as assigned by management team
Actively participate to recommend changes which can create efficiencies and/or
streamline processes
Report any unresolved issues to System Analyst to research and resolve
Other duties as assigned
CONDITIONS OF WORK:
40 hour work week
Overtime and travel as needed
Scheduled shift changes as a result of business needs (associate must be flexible)
No known hazardous work conditions
WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Visit http://www.csbfl.netcamers.html for additional information related to this position.


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Will babysit in my home. Have
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considered. Call 850-491-6668
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Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
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We also grind stumps. Call today 838-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 62-2009-CA-000373
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.,
Planitff,
vs.
LISA A. BECK, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
a Final Judgment of Mortgage
Foreclosure dated August 29, 2011
and entered in Case No. 62-2009-CA-
000373 of the Circuit Court of the
Third Judicial Circuit in and for TAYLOR
County, Florida wherein BANK OF
AMERICA, N.A, is the plaintiff and LISA
A. BECK; are the Defendants, the
Clerk of the Court will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at
108 N. JEFFERSON STREET ON THE
FRONT STEPS OF THE TAYLOR COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at 11:00AM, on the 4th
day of October, 2011, the following
described property as set forth In said
Final Judgment:
THE NORTH 18.22 FEET OF LOT 56, AND
THE SOUTH 31.78 FEET OF LOT 57 OF
KEATON BEACH SUBDIVISION, UNIT
NUMBER 2, AS PER MAP OR PLAT OF
SAID SUBDIVISION ON RECORD IN THE
OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 109,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
A/K/A LOT 56, LOT 57 20385 MARIN
ROAD, KEATON BEACH, FL 32348
Any person claiming an Interest In the
surplus from the sale, If any, other
than the property owner as of the
date of the Lis Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on Aug. 31, 2011
Annie M. Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lee
Deputy Clerk
09/09,09/16

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No. 11-511-CP
In Re: The Estate of:
LUTHER EDWARD BATES,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
LUTHER EDWARD BATES, deceased,
whose date of death was July 14,
2011; file Number 2011-511-CP Is
pending In the Circuit Court for Taylor
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which Is Post Office Box
620, Perry, Florida 32348. The names
and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
on whom a copy of this notice has
been served, must file their claims
with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
an,,,Qthr personss having clalms or
demands. against-decedent's estate
must file thier claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE


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FOREVER BARRED
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
MICHAEL S. SMITH
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bar No. 169621
P.O. Drawer 579
Perry, Florida 32348
Telephone: (850) 584-3812
Fax: (850) 584-7148
CAROL ANN BATES
Personal Representative
1570 Twin Lakes Circle
Tallahassee, FL 32311
09/02, 09/09


Taylor Coastal Water & Sewer District
organized and operating under
Taylor County Ordinance 2000-10 has
an opening on Its Board of
Commission. The Board meets on the
4th Tuesday of each month at 5:30
p.m. Potential commissioners must be
a registered voter in Florida, own real
property within the boundaries of
Taylor Coastal Water and Sewer
District and be willing to provide a
financial disclosure statement. The
term of this position will be until May 3,
2012. Interested parties should submit
in written form a letter Indicating their
desire to serve. This letter must be
received by the District Office
located at 18820 Beach Road, Perry,
FI 32348 no later than 4:pm, on
September 19th, 2011. All prospects
will be surrendered to the Taylor


County Board of Commissioners who
will make the appointment at the
October 3, 2011 board meeting
09/09,09/16

Notice Is hereby given:
JESSICA MCLEOD
Last known address of:
122 Dove Dr.
Perry, Florida 32348
You are hereby notified that your
eliglbllty to vote Is in question. You are
required to contact the Supervisor of
Elections, in Perry, Florida, no later
than thirty (30) days after the date of
this publishing. Failure to respond will
result In a determination of Ineligibilty
by th e Supervisor and your name will
be removed from the statewide voter
registration system.


paper it's written on.


From cover to cover, the Taco Times is full of news,

sports, community events, classified and much more.

Get your 504 worth with these 25 good uses for a

newspaper once you've read it:

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