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September 167,2011

September 16-17, 2011


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PLAYERS, COACHES REMINISCE ON WINNING SEASON


Taylor County High School students gather during a pep rally for the third playoff game of the 1977 season
against St. Augustine. The teams would go on to play in the state championship. The players, coaches and
cheerleaders will be honored today (Friday) during a 1:50 p.m. pep rally at the high school as well as during
tonight's football game against Fort White.


By ANTHONY L. WHITE
It takes a team to win on the
gridiron.
A team with a dedicated
coaching staff to direct the way.
A smart and fast offense to
drive the ball forward.
A strong and powerful
defense to shut the opposition
down.
And, a community that
supports their efforts.
All of which means, there is
no "I" in team.
"We," says Elmer Coker,
coach of the 1977 Taylor County
High School Bulldog football
team. "We became a winning
team, but I was skeptical at
first because we were a young
team."


"We," says Ricky Bolden,
wide receiver on the 77' team.
"We played some big schools
that year and I'll tell you what,
I always thought we had a lot
of talent, but I didn't think we
would go all the way to state."
"We," recalls Gary Blount,
who played middle linebacker,
defensive end and kicker. "We
felt like we had a good team
at the beginning of the season,
but we knew we were a winning
team after we beat Leon High."
To which the team's center,
Mark Southerland, adds, "We
took Leon for a ride."
1977 wasn't a perfect season
for the Bulldogs, but it turned
out to be a winning one.
"And, it was because they


were a team," says Bob Woods,
one of three men spearheading
a committee that will honor the
1977 Bulldogs football team
today. "They didn't win all the
games that season because they
had a tough schedule, but they
always played together as a
team."
And, it takes a team to win on
the gridiron.
The Recipe for a
Winning Season
The 1977 Bulldogs' winning
season didn't come as a big
surprise to the team or anyone
who had been around Taylor
County for a few years. And,
it was because the makings of
-* Please see page 3


TCHS Coach Elmer Coker (right) talks to wide receiver Ricky Bolden during the waning minutes of a playoff
game in 1977. remember, coach looked up at the clock and gave me two plays to run on the field," Bolden said.
"One was a Statue of Liberty play that got us down to the two yard line."


Mud ranch opens its gates


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For Granger sewer project



Bond company to



seek new bidder


Almost two years after work
first began, the bond company
insuring the much-delayed
sewer project in the Granger
neighborhood is preparing to
go out for bids to find a new
contractor to replace Ben
Withers, Inc.
"It looks like [the bond
company] is going to put out a
bid package to find a different
contractor to come in and finish
the project," City Manager Bob


Brown said.
He added that he expects the
bid process to begin within the
next two weeks and a pre-bid
conference will be held soon.
An independent survey crew
determined that nearly half-
a-mile of sewer lines in the
Granger neighborhood will
need to be replaced or repaired
before a new system can come
on-line, Brown said.
At one point the bond


company proposed utilizing
Ben Withers' equipment and
crew--under the direction of
their own on-site supervisor--
to complete the job, but that no
longer appears a likely option,
Brown added.
Whoever is brought in for the
project will need to make the
necessary repairs to the work
already done and then complete
-* Please see page 8


City, county working to disarm

local gun ordinances by Oct. 1


The Perry City Council and
Taylor County Commission are
working to strip their ordinances
of any firearms regulations
ahead of Oct. 1, when a new
state statute passed this year
goes into effect, prohibiting
all local governments from
enforcing any such laws.
Attempts to enforce such
local ordinances after Oct.


1 could lead to government
employees losing their jobs and
local officials being removed
from office by the governor.
The Perry City Council voted
3-0 Tuesday evening to approve
an ordinance which repeals its
existing firearm regulations.
Specifically, it removes
language which made it illegal
to discharge a firearm in the city


limits. It also removes firearms
from a list of prohibited items in
city parks.
"Essentially there are state
statutes that cover those kinds
of things," City Manager Bob
Brown said. "Typically, if law
enforcement charged anyone on
firearms issues, they filed them
-* Please see page 8


The Execution of

Lt. Cordus H. Thornton


'He was made an example of

what we all faced day to day'


Even the title is grim: "The
Execution of Lt. Cordus H.
Thornton on the Day beginning
the Death March."
With that introduction, Ed
Sheffield of Perry recalls in clear
detail the circumstances which
led to the death of Thornton, his
platoon leader during capture.
Sheffield was asked to prepare
this article about Lt. Thornton,
so that it could be archived in
the National Historic Museum.
Sheffield also received a
special invitation to attend a


ceremony at the POW Museum
in Andersonville, Ga., today,
Sept. 17, marking the national
observance of POW/MIA
Recognition Day.
Here is the story, in Sheffield's
words.
,"This statement is given
regarding Lt. Thornton and his
execution by the North Korean
commander we called The
Tiger.
"Seven hundred and twenty-
three of the 24 Infantry Division
were captured in the first few


days of the Korean War. Our
division was overrun and wiped
out.
-* Please see page 3


The new Iron Horse Mud
Ranch located on U.S. 19 south
near Athena will open its gates
for the first time this weekend,
Sept. 16-18.
The 520-acre mud ranch




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features 5 mud holes, separate
truck and ATV mudding, (ATV/
UTV-friendly), Bounty Hole,
buggy and truck wash, live
band (Steel Bridge) Friday and
Saturday nights, BBQ, local
vendors and the chance to win
merchandise, prizes or gift
cards by competing in bounty
holes, quad buddy runs and
other mud competitions.
Overnight primitive camping


is available. Gates open at noon
today (Friday).
The Taylor County
Commission last week
approved a special event permit
for this weekend's event as
well as a second one scheduled
for Nov. 4-6. Attorney Trey
Howard, representing the ranch,
told commissioners $1.25
million has been invested in the
property and improvements.


Free tickets available!
The Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce is giving away 150 free tickets to
next weekend's 5th annual Pickin' in the Pines Music Festival sponsored by Timberland
Ford. The festival will be held at Forest Capital State Park on Friday,.Sept. 23, and
Saturday, Sept. 24. Tickets are regularly $10 for a weekend pass. The free tickets
can be picked up at the chamber or Timberland Ford. For more information, call 584-
5366.


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THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD


September 16, 1976
NO PARKING TICKETS?
Perry city officials were
surprised to learn that there
was no ordinance on the books
allowing for the fees assessed
by parking tickets which they
had been asking Judge Declan
O'Grady to collect.
Apparently, the confusion
began when the city removed
its parking meters and replaced
the meters with signs which
limited parking. However,
officials apparently didn't adopt
an ordinance before putting up
the signs.
"I can't collect the fines if
there is no law on the books,"
said O'Grady.

WHO WILL BE QUEEN?
Plans were well underway for
the 1976 Florida Forest Festival


with 12 vying for the title of
Forest Festival Queen. Three
contestants were featured on
today's front page: Suzanne
McClellan, Vemita Williams
and Barbara Clemons.

WE HAVE GRITS!
Fish Fry Chairman L. A.
"Peck" Smith and Jackie Carroll
were pictured with a truckload
of grits, literally.
The truck contained 850
pounds of instant Quaker
grits and another 350 pounds
of Aunt Jemima yellow corn
meal, donated by the Quaker
Oats Company for the free
fish fry at the upcoming Forest
Festival.

ONE NEWCOMER
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Folsom
announced the birth of their
son, Steven Douglas, on Sept. 8
at Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
He weighed 9 pounds, 2 and
one-third ounces at birth.


FAMILY REUNION
DRAWS 200
Descendants of Thomas
Lee Carlton, an early pioneer
of Taylor County, gathered at
Forest Capital Park for a day
of food and fellowship, as well
as gospel singing. Family
members shared keepsakes,
including tombstone rubbings
from two ancestors bor at
the time of the American
Revolution.

LINTON'S RATE,
BETTER THAN STATE'S?
Crime reports for 1976,
prepared by the Florida
Department of Criminal Law
Enforcement, showed that
Sheriff Maurice Linton's
clearance rate was slightly
higher than the state average of
23.6 percent.

SYRUPMAKERS DOWN
BULLDOGS 31-13
Although they "outgamed"
their opponents by some 74
yards, Coach Elmer Coker's
Bulldog football team was
defeated in its season opener by
Cairo, Ga., 31-13.

SPORTS PHOTOS
Cheerleaders Tonja Sparks
and Car Beth Ratliff were
shown in action at the JV game
against Monticello which Taylor
County won 34-0.
Beth Wood was pictured
practicing her hoop shot in
preparation for the Elks' annual
competition.

McCRANIE NAMED
EMPLOYEE OF MONTH
David McCranie, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Neal McCranie,
was named Employee of
the Month at McDonald's
and awarded a $25 savings
bond.

KIWANIANS HONOR
LADIES, PASS GAVEL
Kiwanis President Dr. Hoyt
Home passed the gavel to Jerry
Kiley at a special meeting at the
Elks Club.
Widows of former members
were honored, and Don
Grant served as master of
ceremonies.


Remember when...


It pays to listen


By ANTHONY L. WHITE


It pays to listen.
Why?
Well, because you never know
when a piece of good advice is
coming your way.
Tell the truth. Who saw the
best advice the 1990s produced
springing from the mouth of
Forrest Gump?
No you didn't. And that's
according to Gump. How could
you when, "Life is like a box
of chocolates. You never know
what you're gonna get."?
So, there's your proof that
sometimes the best advice can
come from the most unlikely
sources. But, you'll never know
it's good advice if you don't
listen.
Sure, some of the advice you'll
hear will straddle the fence.
When the weatherman advises
that there's a 20 percent chance
of rain, we know to turn off the
sprinklers and carry an umbrella.
Or when the advice begins, "I
like it, but,...", we know to weigh
it carefully. Still, it pays to listen.
However, there are times when
you know you're listening to
good advice because of the
credibility of the source.
When mom or dad tells you
to listen because they've been
where you're trying to go, it
really does pay to listen.
When the Reverend, or
television personalities like
Oprah, Dr. Phil and Dr. Ozr:or,
even that voice in the back of
our heads advises us on how to
"live our best life," we know that
listening, along with some hard
work, planning and faith can
turn possibilities into realities.
It still pays to listen when E.F.
Hutton speaks.
And whether or not you play
football, it pays to listen when
a seasoned, yet retired, football
coach tells you, "If you really lay
it on the line and every time you
get knocked on the ground you


get up, it'll make getting up a lot
easier when you're 30, 40, 50, 60
or even 80 years old."
That bit 6f advice is just the
tip of the iceberg when it comes
to the lessons to be learned
from Elmer Coker, coach of
the 1977 Taylor County High
School Bulldogs football team.
I know Coach Coker mostly
from physical education classes
during my freshman and
sophomore years at TCHS, but
I never had a chance to know
him on the gridiron. Luckily,
he's saved some of the strategic
and mentoring advice from his
coaching days and found a way
to apply it to life.
"I've always told my players
that when you come back into
that dressing room, that you
should be able to tell yourselves,
I don't have anything left in me
because I left everything I had on
the field.
"Because if you give everything
you have and don't win, it's
possible you got beat by a better
team."
It's like thatwithlife. Sometimes,
you'll win and sometimes you'll
lose. And, if you lose, maybe
it wasn't bad luck or bad calls.
Just maybe, at that point in time,
someone else was better.
Then Coach Coker reminisces
about his high school days and
playing football.
1, s,bheen iaearly!i6 years snicer,,
I played my last' high school
football game and some of the
things that happened are just as
clear today as they were then," he
says. "T still carry the memories
of those games. So, when I was
coaching, some of the best advice
I gave my players was to just
enjoy the game because if they
didn't do anything worse than
losing a football game in life,
they will have achieved a lot."
That's still good advice.
It really does pay to listen.


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Coker: 'This was a good bunch of kids'


News Forum


SPIRIT OF'77
Continued from page 1
that season actually began a
couple of years earlier when
most of the team's players were
attending junior high school.
"The core group of the
1977 Bulldogs was its junior
players," explains Southerland
who was a junior. "During our
8th grade football season, that
core group of juniors on the 77'
team averaged 66 points per
game and only had one team
score against us. And, it was
Madison's defense that scored
on a fumble."
The group repeated its
standout performance the
following year as members of
the high school's junior varsity
team. And once again, only one
team managed to score against
the young Bulldogs and it was
the other team's defense that
scored on a fumble. "So," says
Southerland, "a group of us got
moved up after our freshman
season, and we played varsity
for three years. In 1977, that
core group of juniors and some
key seniors, including Randy
Hathcock, Gary Blount, Johnny
Campbell and a few others, just
made the whole thing special.
You could tell the team was
going to be something."
Friday Night Lights 1977
Friday nights took on a whole
new meaning during the fall of
1977. When the football season
opened, many of the players,
coaches and team supporters
were excited about the team's
potential. They expected the
team to have a pretty good
season, but no one could have
predicted the team's journey to
the state championship game or
the overwhelming community
support the team received.
"Every Friday night, there
were just as many people
standing around the field as
there were people in the stands,"
recalls Coach Elmer Coker.
Bolden also remembers the
overflowing crowds at the home
and away games.
"When we played Leon High
School, who was ranked number
one at the time, I was told that
there were more than 7,000
people in attendance," Bolden
says. "I've never seen a crowd
that big at Dorsett Stadium."
Southerland says there were
so many people in attendance
when the Bulldogs played Leon
High School that, "It took me 45
minutes to get from the middle
of the field to the sideline when
it came time to head back to the
locker room. And my dad had to
tote me back to the field because
it was so crowded. I think it was
probably the most people in
attendance ever at a Bulldogs
game."
The reason for the
overwhelming community
support was because of what the
Bulldogs did on the field and
because of the impact they had
on the community. According
to Woods, "This team did more
to unite the community than
anything I've witnessed since
then. The entire community
supported them."
Players like Blount, Bolden,
and Southerland agree with
Woods' assessment. "We were
intimidating to other teams,"
Blount says, "and it was
because the other teams not
only had to play us on the field,
but they had to deal with half of
Taylor County there cheering us


on whether we were playing at
Dorsett Stadium or playing in
another county."
Bolden agrees with a laugh,
then adds,"I was telling my son,
how we used to walk from the
school to the field, through the
graveyard, and how the other
teams would be intimidated
watching us march across the
cemetery toward the stadium
filled with half the town."
All the way to State
Coach Coker didn't expect
his team to make it all the way
to the state championship game,
but he certainly knew how to
motivate them to play their best.
According to Southerland,
"Coach Coker and the other
coaches put it in our minds
that we could win. They also
brought in people like Coach
C.T. Burgess, who would come
out and tell us how to win and
what it meant to be winners."
To motivate the team to play
their best even though they were
considered the underdog against
Leon High School, Southerland
says, "The coaches let us put our
name on the back of the jerseys
then told us if we beat Leon, we
could have the jerseys."
Winning was also a great
motivator.
"We kept saying this is our last
week of practice before every
game," Bolden remembers, "but
we kept winning. So, by the last
couple of playoff games, we had
gained so much confidence that


EXECUTION
Continued from page 1
"I only knew Lt. Thornton
from the time we were captured
in July, 1950, until the day he
was executed by The Tiger on
Oct. 31, 1950.
"Lt. Thornton was my platoon
leader during the capture and
was a very courageous man. He
did everything he could to make
it easier for the POWs.
"The day we were to begin the
Death March, the North Korean
Commander 'Tiger' called us
all together and was informing
us that we would be going on a
long and forced march, and the
ones who fell behind would be
shot and left by the road. The
Tiger was using Commissioner
Lord (a captured missionary) as
the interpreter.
"Commissioner Lord was
pleading with The Tiger to
spare us from this treatment as
we all were starved, weak and
sick with dysentery, and could
not walk the 100-mile forced
march up through the rugged
mountains.
"The Tiger informed us 'You
will go or you will die.' Lt.
Thornton approached The Tiger
trying to talk reason; with no
success, he called The Tiger a
mad man. The Tiger then called
two of his guards and ordered
them to escort Lt. Thornton
upon a mountain cliff about 15
feet high.
"They then tied his hands
behind him and a cloth around
his head, and positioned him
at the edge of the cliff. The
Tiger walked up behind him


we went in thinking we could
win."
If fan support was the sole
determinant of who would win,
then the Bulldogs would have
walked away with the state
championship.
"When we left to go to
Bartow, there were probably
2,500 people at the field house
seeing us off," Southerland
states. "The support was just
amazing."
But fan support doesn't
always win games. As the last


and shot Lt. Thornton in the
head with his handgun. He
told the rest of us, 'This is what
will happen to you if you cause
trouble.'
"The best of us were in no
condition to carry the ones that
couldn't walk, but we would
try and carry them until we
eventually ended up at the rear
-ofithe column' The r~iget would
point his weapon at us and
motion for us to put the POW
down and then motion for us
to catch up to the column. In a
few seconds, he would shoot the
POW and with his foot, would
roll him off the edge of the road
down the mountain.
"When we ended the march,
The Tiger had executed 88
POWs. When we reached our
destination in a small village
on the Yalu River, and on the
borders of Manchuria, we
stayed that winter under severe
conditions and over 400 died
from exposure, starvation,
dysentery and various diseases.
Lt. Thornton didn't have to
endure this part of it.
"Much of the time, we didn't
care if we lived or died for there
was no hope of ever seeing
civilization. This is only a small
part of our experiences.
"I am glad to comply with
a request to explain what
happened to Lt. Thornton.
"He was made an example of
what we all faced day to day."
Sheffield's remarks will be
historically catalogued, along
with his service information:
SSgt. Edward C. Sheffield,
Korean War Ex-POW, July 14,
1950- Aug.30,1953.


few minutes of the 77' season
ticked away during the state
championship game against
Bartow, the Bulldogs found
themselves on the losing side of
a 7-0 game.
"I took the loss at state kind
of hard," Blount says. "All I
can remember was wishing we
had two more minutes on the
clock. It takes something out of
you when you work so hard to
get that point. I believe a lot of
parents and fans felt the same
way. It wasn't a good feeling for


a while."
Today, the 77' Bulldogs will
get a chance to reminisce about
that winning season when the
community turns out again to
recognize what they achieved on
the field that year and to honor
what they've accomplished
since then.
"This was a good bunch
of kids," says Coker. "I told
them then and I'll say it now,
you guys made good football
coaches out of us. You guys laid
it on the line."


A crowd gathers outside the bus preparing to take the 1977 TCHS Bulldog football
team to Bartow for a state playoff game. "More than 2,500 saw us off," said Mark
Southerland, who played center for the team.


United Way Kick-off
Breakfast is Tuesday
The Taylor County United Way
campaign will officially kick off
its 2011 fund-raising efforts on
Tuesday, Sept. 20, at the annual
breakfast event at the Taylor
County Senior Citizens Center.
The breakfast will begin at
7:30 a.m. and the cost is $5.
The proceeds from the event will
be donated to one of the local
agencies United Way supports.

Whitfield will speak to
the historical society
The Taylor County Historical
Society will meet Monday, Sept.
19, at 7 p.m.
The guest speaker will be
Larry Whitfield, who will talk
about 'Taylor County's Blue and
Gray" during the Civil War.

'Sing Out Loud'
preliminary canceled
The preliminary competition
of the Florida Forest Festival's
"Sing Out Loud" scheduled
for Saturday, Sept. 17, has
been canceled. Instead, the
contestants will compete live on
stage Saturday, Oct. 22, during
the festival's "Big Day."


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A-4 Perry News-Herald September 16-17, 2011
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Ola Mae Grubbs, Iris Parker (far left) and Nancy Joyal (right) were among those who bopped their way into a new club year



Back to the 50s:


Who is 1?
Leeland Thomas McNeese
Leeland Thomas McNeese,
the son of Joni and Cody
McNeese, celebrates his first
birthday today, Sept. 16.
He is the grandson of Billy
and Teresa Gipson, and Darrell
and Diane Hill. His maternal
great grandparents are Joan
and Julian Olliff.
Paternal grandparents are
Freddie and Diane McNeese,
and great grandparents are
Alma McNeese and the late
John T. McNeese.


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Perry Garden Club begins

new year on Wednesday

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. Sub sandwiches, drinks and dessert will be served;
members do not need to bring any food.
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 may bring
additional plant material. Guests who are interested in becoming
a member may contact any current member for information.


Woman's Club kicks off new year with a historical emphasis for year ahead


Who says you can't go back again? The Perry Woman's Club
went back on Wednesday...back to the 1950s for a bop, a hot dog
and an ice cream sundae while looking forward to the 2011-12 club
year.
President Iris Parker welcomed all and offered praise to Dana
and Mark Southerland for their donation which purchased new
awnings and paint for the club's facade improvement.
She also praised Margie Gamble's work on this weekend's
fundraiser yard sale. The sale begins at 8 a.m. Saturday and
continues inside until 12 noon. Donations are still being accepted.
Bingo For Charity is set up for Sept. 27 at the Shrine Club.
The Centennial Cookbooks are expected in two weeks, featuring
local history and 700 recipes. In keeping with her historical
emphasis, Parker asked Nancy Joyal to read excerpts from the
meeting minutes of Sept. 10, 1925. They revealed that the club
was purchasing six folding banquet tables for $33, made $27.55
seFving lunch for the Chamber of Commerce and had a treasury

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balance of $251.72 with $100 transferred to a sinking fund. A
prayer was offered for those who have served the community
through the club and its long history.
She reminded: "This is an elite group of leaders."
Then she helped members become acquainted with each other by
providing a quiz asking questions, such as these:

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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.


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October 29th, 2011 2pm @ The Catholic Parish Hall, Perry, Fl.
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A-5 Perry News-Herald September 16-17, 2011


Fall cometh, and Master Gardeners are ready for it


Vegetable gardening workshop Sept. 26
Fall and cooler weather are right around the corer, which means
it is time to start planting cool season vegetables. Master
Gardeners will be conducting a Fall Vegetable Gardening
Workshop on Monday, Sept. 26, at the Perry Community Garden,
located at 800 W. Ash St. in front of the Senior Citizens Center,
beginning at 10 a.m.
Taylor County Executive Director Clay Olson and the Master
Gardeners will be planting a variety of fall vegetables in the raised
garden beds, while discussing and demonstrating proper planting


procedure, the benefits of planting in a good organic soil,
fertilization and watering techniques.
Some of the cool season vegetables which can be planted right
now include lettuces, cabbage, broccoli, and greens. The public is
invited to attend this free workshop to learn more about preparing
and planting your fall vegetable garden.
Guests will receive a free vegetable plant to take home. In order
to determine the number of plants needed for the workshop pre-
registration is required. Please call Kristy at the Taylor County
Extension office at 838-3508 to register.


Prayers for sick; memorial for Monroe


By SARAH HALL's TIDBITS
Bless you!
I asked the Lord to bless you
As I prayed for you today
To guide you and protect you
As you go along the way...
His love is always with you
His promises are true
And when we give him all of
our cares
You know He will see us
through.
So when the road you are
traveling on
Seems difficult at best
Just remember I am here
praying with you
And God will do the rest.
Prayers of comfort and
healing go out to: Robert
Edwards in Lakeland for
surgery; Clarice Penneton and
Blanche McGrew in
Tallahassee; Leila Rhines,
Frankye Sermons, Mary Alice
Roberts, Minister Laura Scott
Reaves and Athenia White at
home; Helen Irvine at Mayo
Nursing Home; Patricia "Pat"
Clayton who is home following
surgery; Donnie Stockton at
Doctors' Memorial; Charles
August at home/Gainesville;
and relatives of the Laura
Taylor family, Kathy Harrell in
Atlanta, Ga., and Margie


Gaineous in Akron, Ohio.
We remember those families
in bereavement, including the
family of Louise Robinson.
Don't forget...
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 and
invites everyone to attend.


"I've learned that people will
forget what you said, people
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Recruiting begins for next class
If you love gardening and want to learn more about plants and
growing things, the Master Gardener program could be for you.
Since 1979 the Florida Master Gardener program has provided
gardeners with extensive education in home horticultural practices.
The next series of Master Gardener classes is tentatively slated to
begin Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012, continuing for 10 weeks every
Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
This is a comprehensive hands-on training program offered
through the Taylor County Cooperative Extension. In return for
the satisfactory completion of the horticultural training program,
Master Gardeners are asked to volunteer 75 hours within the first
year following their training.
The cost for the course is $100, which includes all hands-on
material and books. The fee will need to be paid by Dec. 1, 2011.
A minimum of 15 students is needed in order to hold the class.
Please call Kristy at the Taylor County Cooperative Extension at
838-3508 to register or stop by the office located in Forest Capital
Hall at 203 Forest Park Dr.


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NOTICE OF


BUDGET HEARING


The Taylor County Board of
County Commissioners has tentatively
adopted a budget for 2011/2012.


A public hearing to make a
FINAL DECISION on the budget AND TAXES
will be held on


Monday, September 19, 2011
6:00 P.M.
at
201 East Green Street
Administrative Complex
Perry, Florida 32347


BUDGET SUMMARY
TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 201112012
CDBG S.H.I.P. HOSPITAL HOSPITAL AIRPORT TOURISM TOTAL
GENERAL AIRPORT BOATING ROAD& ROAD S.C.O.P. S.C.RAP. MS.T.U. SOLID HOUSING HOUSING COUNTY M.S.B.U SALES DEBT ENTER- INFRA. TOURISM ALL
ESTIMATED REVENUES FUND FUND MPROV. BRIDGE PAVING PAVING PAVING FUND WASTE GRANT GRANTS LANDFILL FUNDS TAX SERVICE PRISE STRUCTURE TRUST FD FUNDS
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AD VALORBI TAXES 7Tff3 7,, T 7 7,80,397
AD VALORBI TMA S f1.tfl 1,020,20 1,0 20.8
DELINQUENT TAXES 75,000 5,000 5,000 85,000
AD VALOREM REVENUE-OFFSET 434,07 48,62 482759
NON ADVALOREM ASSESSMENT 1,060,148 51,505 1.111,653
SALES,USE & GAS TAXES 715,000 2,000000 120,000 2.835,000
COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES TAX 130,000 130,000
FEDERAL GRANTS 138,056 524,550 662,606
STATE GRANTS 365,700 805,132 15,000 2,174,909 934,093 20,000 350,000 4,754,834
STATE SHARED REVENUES 2,165,46 699,000 850,000 3,714,646
AIRPORT FUEL SALES 220,000 220,000
GRANTS-OTHER LOCAL UNITS 284,541 60,000 344,541
GENERAL GOVT FEES 6o4000 64,000
COURT-RELATED REVENUES 149,100 149,100
911 FEES/GRANTS 119,578 119,578
LICENSES & PERMITS 158,780 158,780
LANDFILL SURCHARGE 110,000 110,000
MICELLANEUS 179635 7,.943 5.200 8.000 13,300 19200 10.000 5,000 298,278
TOTAL SOURCES 12,003,720 53.075 1000 1,419,200 858,000 2,174,909 934,093 1,306,592 1,104,348 524550 350,000 120,000 51,505 2,005000 0 220,000 0 120,000 24,159,992
TRANSFERS IN 3,344 623551 49,484 15,000 1,048,975 1,740,354
FUND BALANCES/ RESERVES
NET ASSETS ,203,7 51,229 34,000 500,000 1,926,009 940,000 570,000 49,338 600,000 335,040 3,000,000 1,051,975 25,000 97,000 100,000 15,483,368
TOTAL REVEM ES, TRAYFES
AND BALANCES 1 ?747 1,007,14 4900 2542,751 2i784009 2,174,909 934,03 2,296,076 1,689,348 524,550 399338 720000 386545 500000 2,100950 245,000 ,00 20,0000 41,38 714
EXPENDITURES
GENERAL GOVERNMENT 1,809,733 114,048 9,000 1.932,781
PUBLIC SAFETY 1,272,110 1,171,293 2.443,403
PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT 457,588 60,905 1,046,329 133,405 1,698,227
TRANSPORTATION 1,007,648 6,495 1,981,846 2,217.246 2,174,909 934,093 34.010 209.793 8,566,040
ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 211,770 126,000 337,770
HUMAN SERVICES '492,575 524,550 399,338 1,416,463
CULTUREIRECREATION 853,517 50,000 903,517
JUDICIAL 374,961 374.961
DEBT SERVICE 1,051.975 97,000 1.148,975
TRANSFERS TO COUNTY OFFICERS 7,234,576 7,234,576
TOTAL EXPENDITURES 12,70T 30 1,007,68 6,495 2,042,751 2,217,246 2,174,909 934,093 1,335,341 1,046,329 524,550 399,338 133,405 34,010 9,000 1,051,975 209,793 97,000 126,000 26,056,713
TRANSFERS OUT 10,272 566,763 15,000 1,048,975 3,347 1,740.357
RESERVES:
CONTINGENCYFUN ALANCES 3,200000 500,000 270,000 220,000 30,000 16,000 10,000 4,248,000
CAPITAL MPROVEMENTS 1,586,395 42,505 675,735 423,019 476,595 352,535 15,860 3,572.644
OTHER DESIGNATED RESRVES 60000 80.000 3,947,025 1,048,975 84,000 5,7688000
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPBITII
TRANFERS, RE8ERVI8 BALANCE Wff Mt 107,48 4 0M 2,427511 278400 21748009 493 2,296,076 1,689348 524580 399,338 720,060 386,545 5005000 2,100,950 24,000 97,000 220,000 41,383,714
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September 1 5, 1 924 April 14, 2001
Happy Birthday

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When I was in pain, you wiped away my tears.
You provided for me when no one else would
You showed me love and support, like only a grandmother could.
You told me not to cry when the Lord called for you
You're in Heaven with the Father where the sky is always blue.
It hurts to know you're gone, but through the Lord's grace
I know you're free from pain and suffering because you're in a better place.
Alphonso Gren
We all miss you very much,
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Religion


A-6 Perry News-Herald September 16-17, 2011


at TCHS gym Wednesday


Music, drama, real life stories
Bring the whole family to Future Now Live at Taylor County
High School's gym on Wednesday, Sept. 21, beginning at 7 p.m.
Sponsored by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, in
partnership with Wild Adventures, the FREE event will showcase
music, drama and real life stories. The latest gear and music is
promised at this Ready To Go Tour.
For additional information, you may call 229-245-9499, or visit
futurenowfans on Facebook.
Praise, worship at St. James
On Sunday, Sept. 18, the choir of St. James Episcopal Church
will present a service of Praise & Worship, featuring favorite
hymns, choruses and requests from the congregation. An ice
cream social will follow in the parish hall.
Auction ends Sunday
The final bids for the Brooklyn Community Development
Foundation's silent auction will be received Sunday, Sept. 18, in


Obituaries


Aurmer Mae
Johnson
Aurmer Mae "Koot"
Johnson, age 83, died on
Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011, at her
residence.
A native and lifelong
resident of Taylor County, she
was the daughter of the late
Perry Richard Ward and Estelle
Sheffield Ward.
Mrs. Johnson was a longtime
and active member of
Friendship Baptist Church,
where she served as church
treasurer and Sunday School
teacher for many years.
Mrs. Johnson was preceded
in death by her husband,
Barney E. Johnson in March
2009.
She is survived by a son:
Barney E. Johnson Jr. (Laura)
of Perry; two sisters, Edith
Susie Murphy and Janie
Padgett (Doyle), all of Perry;
two grandchildren, Eric
Johnson (Melissa) and Lindsey
Aman (Michael), and three
great-grandchildren, all of
Perry; as well as a host of
nieces, nephews, other relatives
and friends.
Funeral services will be held
at Joe P. Bums Funeral Home
Chapel today, Sept. 16, at 11
a.m., with Ed Taylor
officiating.
Interment will follow in
Woodlawn Cemetery.
Family members received
friends Thursday from 5 p.m.-
7 p.m. in the chapel of Joe P.
Bums Funeral Home which is
in charge of arrangements.
You may sign the guestbook:
www.joepbursfuneralhomes.
com.
Louise J. Robinson
Louise J. Robinson, 81, died
Sept. 11,
2011.
She was
the daughter
of the late
-Fred
Jackson and
Opehelia
Thomas Mims.
She was a native of Camilla,


SFirst United Methodist Church


SUNDAY WEDNESDAY
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, F. (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460
Rev. James Taylor, pastor nursery provided Email fumcp@gtcom.net


Pleasejoin
Lakeside Baptist Church
Sunday September 25, 2011
As we celebrate our 58' Homecoming
quest Speaker- Steven Ruff
SpecialMusic by VocaClEdition
followed by food andfellmwship

Lakeside Baptist Church
"A Place to Call Home"


SUNDAY SERVICES
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11 a.m. Morning Worship
6 p.m. Discipleship Training
7 p.m. Evening Worship


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


Ga., but had lived in Perry for
more than 70 years.
Ms. Robinson was a faithful
member of New Brooklyn
Missionary Baptist Church and
the Senior Usher Ministry.
She was also a member and
secretary of Pallbearer District
No. One, member of Lily
White Lodge No. 110, a former
nurse for Dr. John Parker's
office, and a former employee
of Kmart and TG&Y.
Survivors include: a niece,
Hazel Richardson Mickens of
Perry and great niece Bonnie
Jones of Seattle, Wash.
Services will be held
Saturday, Sept. 17, at noon, in
New Brooklyn Missionary
Baptist Church.
Interment will follow at
Springhill Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends today, Sept. 16, from
5-7 p.m. at Trinity Funeral
Home of Perry, Inc., which is
in charge of all funeral
arrangements.


the New Brooklyn Fellowship Hall immediately following the
morning service from 1-3 p.m.
Revival ends Sunday
Word of Truth Tabemcale will continue revival services through
Sunday, Sept. 18. All services begin at 7:30 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Bishop James Mullins from Ft. Branch,
Ind. Everyone is cordially invited to attend.
Women's Day set
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church will celebrate Women's Day
on Sunday, Sept. 18, during the 11 a.m. worship hour. Guest
speaker will be Minister Dawn Porter Higgs.
A Perry native, Ms. Higgs is a former member of Antioch and a
graduate of Florida A & M University. She is the daughter of
Annie Mae Porter and presently serves as associate minister at
Agape Prefecting Praise and Worship Center in Orlando.
Ushers' anniversary
The Ushers' Ministry of New Jerusalem P.B. Church will


Maya Angelou asks: how

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will forget what you did, but
people will never forget how
you made them feel."--Maya
Angelou

Attention,
pallbearers
All pallbearer members of
lodges 15, 10, 3 and 7 are
reminded of an important
meeting on Saturday, Sept. 24,
at 10 a.m. in the fellowship hall


of New Brooklyn Missionary
Baptist Church. If you need
more details, you can call
Deacon A.D. Jones at 584-2553
or 371-0032, or Shirley Scott at
584-2404.
Don't forget Women's Day at
Antioch Missionary Baptist
Church on Sunday, Sept. 18, at
11 a.m.
Guest speaker will be
Minister Dawn Porter Wiggins,
a Perry native and former
member of Antioch M.B.
Church. All are welcome to
worship and fellowship!


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One or more county commissioners
may be present.
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Sports


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A-7 Perry News-Herald September 16-17, 2011


Keaton Beach

Fishing Report


Trout have been biting,


but the reds are scarce


BY PAT MCGRIFF
onemorecast@gtcom.net
We had some nice trout over
the past week but found the reds
scarce since Saturday.
I took Joyce's dad, Dick B.
and cousin Larry Brezinski of
Chicagoland out fishing for three
days. We had 11, 9 and 10 trout
for the trips and couldn't round
up a red for the three days. We
caught all our fish on live pinfish
under Cajuns in 5.5 6.5 feet of
water on the rising tide.
Most days we couldn't beg
a drift for three hours in the
morning and managed to salvage
our days in the afternoon with a
little breeze ... finally.
Here are some reports from
Keaton Beach Marina:
Last Friday, Travis and Dallas
Ingram of Tifton, Ga., had their
limit of trout with one over
20 inches and a nice Spanish
mackerel, while using Renegade
plugs in less than 7 feet of water.
Lonnie and Charles Combass
of Jasper tried live shrimp and
cut bait in 4-5 feet of water and
bested 8 trout and a couple of


rock bass.
Tom Vafias and Steve
Henderson of Tifton, Ga.,
caught 19 trout, with two over
20 inches, a 22-inch redfish and
a rock bass fishing with Gulp
Nuclear Chicken and New Penny
last Friday and Saturday.
On Saturday, Paul Wilson and
family from Valdosta, Ga., had
11 trout and 3 reds using live
pinfish under Cajuns in 3 feet of
water.
Theresa and Randy Bozeman
with Dana Williams of Hahira,
Ga., had 12 trout, a dozen or so
black sea bass, 2 reds and one
Spanish all using Berkeley Gulp
New Penny in 3 5 feet of water.
Jim and Ginger Hightower of
Valdosta, Ga., hung a 100-plus
pound tarpon and fought it 40
minutes (on a 4-inch gulp shrimp
under a Cajun) from 6 feet of
water.
On Sunday, Champ and
Tammy Klein of Ormond Beach
had a 20-inch blue in 4-5 feet of
water using Pearl White Gulp.
The scallops have been a bit
scarce this week.


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Larry Brezinski of Chicago with a fine, 13-inch black
sea bass taken recently on the flats.


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'Dogs open home schedule tonight


After splitting back-to-back
road games to start the season,
the Taylor County Bulldogs
(1-1) will open up their home
schedule Friday night at Dorsett
Stadium by hosting former
district rival Fort White.
The Indians are 2-0 after
opening with a 21-6 win over
Hamilton County and defeating
Newberry 21-7 last Friday.
Taylor County defeated Fort
White, 38-21 in a shoot-out last
year when the Indians went 7-4
and lost to Pensacola Catholic
31-21 in the first round of the
play-offs, one game before the
Bulldogs lost to the same team
14-7.
Against Hamilton, Fort White
scored a touchdown in each
of the first 3 quarters while
shutting out Hamilton until the
final quarter. Against Newberry,
the Indians also scored a TD in
every quarter except the 2nd,
when they gave up their only
score of the game.
The Indians have a balanced
attack (109 yards passing, 129
yards rushing per game) led by
sophomore QB Andrew Baker
(16 of 29, 218 yards, 2 TD, 1
int.) and senior runningback
Soron Williams (39 carries, 142
yards, 1 TD rushing, 5 catches
for 74 yards).
Williams is a threat running
and catching the ball, and also
has 3 kick returns for 83 yards,
including a 55-yarder for a
TD. Williams was named the


Indians' "Player of the Week"
after rushing 23 times for 91
yards, catching 2 passes for 30
yards and taking one of two
kick returns for a touchdown
last week.
Baker's favorite target is state
high jump champion and senior
AJ Legree, who has caught only
3 passes for 89 yards, but taken
2 of those to the endzone.
Junior wide receiver Trey
Phillips has 5 catches for 36
yards for the Indians.
In addition to stopping Fort
White, the Bulldogs will need
to avoid stopping themselves
this week in their home opener.
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Taylor County shut out Dixie
County 34-0 in their opener and
lost to Wakulla 30-21 last week.
"Fort White is undefeated and
has a good football team. They
have a really good receiver
and a QB that shredded us last
year as a freshman. They have
a lineman who is great on both
sides of the ball, but I believe
we are better up front on both
sides of the ball," Bulldogs'
Head Coach Steve Price said.'
"They are playing a lot of
young players (10th and llth
graders) and have six guys
playing both ways, so I think we
will have an advantage there. If


we execute and hold on to the
ball, I think we will be okay,"
Price said.
The Bulldogs have struggled
with ball security so far this
season, losing 2 of 3 fumbles
against Dixie and giving away 4
of 5 fumbles against Wakulla --
in addition to 2 interceptions. In
a pre-season loss to defending
state champs Ocala Trinity
Catholic, the Bulldogs also had
8 fumbles and lost 5.
After committing 8 turnovers
in two games, Price stated
that protecting the ball would
be a focus this past week in
practice.


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Senior Quarterback Eli Grambling dives for extra yards during play last Friday against
Wakulla County. (Photo by Wayne Dunwoody)


FWC to cut back spotted trout regulations?


The Florida Fish and Wildlife The FWC has managed
Conservation Commission spotted seatrout for more
(FWC) approved several draft than 20 years to help rebuild
amendments for spotted seatrout overfished populations. A 2010
regulations last week that would stock assessment of spotted
open recreational harvest year- seatrout in Florida indicated
round and expand commercial that the annual management
fishing opportunities. goals for spotted seatrout are

Sign up now for fall soccer
The Perry Soccer Association player.
has begun registration for Players in the U12 and U14
the 2011 fall season and will league will participate in a
continue the sign-up until Sept. player observation exhibition
24. on Sept. 23 and 26 at 5:30 p.m.
Youngsters, ages 4 to 14, at the Perry Elks Lodge. The
may sign up at the Fair Store purpose of the exhibition is to
in downtown Perry or Taylor rate players for team placement.
Made Photography on U.S. Games are slated to begin on
19 South. The cost is $45 per Nov. 3.

Volleyball league continues


Taylor County High School
volleyball coach Jodie Price
is conducting an instructional
volleyball league in September
for youngsters in the 3rd
through 5th grades.
Play will take place each
Saturday. The league will
begin with a 30-minute skills


clinic followed by match play.
The girls will be divided into
different teams each week
for matches. Start time each
Saturday is 9 a.m. Matches will
end at 12 noon. The cost of the
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GUN LAWS
Continued from page 1
under the state statutes."
Last week, the county
commission agreed to advertise
a similar ordinance, removing
any existing language which
regulates or attempts to regulate
"firearms and ammunition."
According to County
Administrator Jack Brown,
the only county ordinance
which pertains to guns is under
emergency management, which
states that under a declared local
state of emergency, measures
available to the commission
would include the ability to
"suspend or limit the sale,
dispensing or transportation of


alcoholic beverages, firearms,
explosives and combustibles."
During discussions at the
commission's Aug. 6 meeting,
County Attorney Conrad
Bishop pointed out that not
only could elected officials
be removed from office and
fined up to $5,000 for willful
violations of the new ordinance,
but law enforcement officers
and others enforcing a local
ordinance could be targeted as
well.
According to the statute,
"a person acting in an official
capacity for any entity enacting
or causing to be enforced a local
ordinance...shall be cause for
termination of employment or
contract."


Work began on sewer

project in Dec. 2009


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Continued from page 1
the remaining items on the
original contract, which include
hookups for homes that qualify
under the city's grant along with
cleanup and replacing the grass
along the roadways.
"There's actually more work
to be done on repairs than there
is moving forward," Brown
said.
Updating council members
Tuesday evening, Brown


said there are still funds
in the project's account to
complete the remainder of the
project.
"[Ben Withers] thinks we
owe him money," Brown said.
"We don't think we owe him.
Everything he's done since
December is fixing things he'd
already been paid for."
Construction on the new
sewer system began Dec.
7, 2009. The project was
originally supposed to take only
six months to complete.


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increasing the commercial
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months to five months, allowing
sale of seatrout inventory for
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season closes, and creating a


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when two licensed commercial
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proposed spotted seatrout rules
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FWC meeting in Key Largo.
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Taylor County Tea Party member Bob Root stands near Florida Gov. Rick Scott
during an rally held at Jacksonville's Zamar Conference Center on Saturday, Sept. 10.


B-1 Perry News-Herald September 16-17, 2011


Watched presidential debate live

Local Tea Party members joined

national tour for Southeast leg


Capping off a whirlwind tour
of the United States, the Tea
Party Express took the Tampa
State Fairgrounds by storm, and
Taylor County's own Bob and
Velinda Root were present for
the red, white and blue event.
"It was the historic, first-ever
Tea Party/CNN Republican
Presidential Debate, and Taylor
County's Tea Party was among
the co-sponsors," said Bob
Root. "The debate (on Sept. 12)
was preceded by a packed dinner
party event with entertainment--
all the current 2012 presidential
candidates attended."
Introductions for the debate
were offered by Amy Kremer,
chairman of the Tea Party
Express, along with Billie
Tucker of the First Coast Tea
Party. No personal cameras or
cell phones were allowed during
the two-hour event, Root said.
What were his impressions?
"Well, Herman Cain received
the largest standing ovation
from the crowd," he said.
"Questions were taken from
selected people attending
as well as some of the Tea
Party's 'watch parties' across
the country. Clearly, Wolf
Blitzer (the CNN moderator)
directed most of the questions
to Governor Rick Perry and
Governor Mitt Romney, the
leading candidates in the
polls."
The Tampa debate was
followed by a meet-and-greet
session with the candidates.
The Roots joined the Tea
Party Express on Friday, Sept.
9, for a rally in Greenville, S.C.,
but the 30-city tour actually
began in Napa, Calif., on Aug.
27.


"This is the fifth cross-country
trip which has had as its theme,
'Reclaim America Presidential
Tour,'" Root said.
The Greenville, S.C., rally
was held in a large open parking
lot next to a shopping mall,
organized and hosted by Tea
Parties from the area, Root
said.
"'Americans For Prosperity'
provided the JumboTron large
screen, trailer-mounted t.v.,
and there were numerous
entertainers and speakers giving
their time for the preservation of
our liberties," he added.
The roster of speakers
included Kremer; Gov. Nikki
Haley; Herman Cain and Gov.
Buddy Romer, both presidential
candidates; Andrea Shea
King, radio talk show host;
Sharon Angle, Nevada senate
candidate in 2010; and Debbie
Lee, described as a "Gold Star
Mom with America's Mighty
Warriors."
The Roots continued their
leg of the tour by traveling to
Cayce, S.C., near Columbia,
for a rally which was "a repeat
of the Greenville event with
additional guest speakers."
On Sept. 10, they traveled
with the entourage to Bluffton,
S.C., where a large crowd
gathered in the Olde Towne
Promenade area. The agenda
again showcased many of the
same speakers and entertainers,
with local keynote speakers
from Tea Parties in the
surrounding area.
From Bluffton, the Roots
traveled to Jacksonville for
an evening rally at Zamar
Conference Center which drew
a large crowd for the slate of


speakers which also included
Gov. Rick Scott.
"First Coast Tea Party's
6000-member group hosted this
event," Root said, noting that
the evening concluded with a
candlelight service for the fallen
victims of 9/11.
When asked about her
-impressions of the tour and
the debate, Velinda Root noted
that "the tours are always great
because you find like-minded
Americans who want to save our
country. We don't see racism;
we don't see violence. We find
people who are concerned," and
she should know. The Roots
have attended more than 200
such rallies.
The debate, she noted, didn't
leave her with the same good
feelings.
"If the news media would give
equal time to all candidates, and
not just focus on the two front
runners, it would be so much
better.
"CNN had contacted Bob
earlier about the questions he
would like to have answered
during the event. He told them
he wanted to know how familiar
all the candidates were with
Agenda 21, the U.N. plan. That
was the most requested question
by those who were contacted,
but it was one--of many--which
wasn't even asked."
Velinda Root also praised
the entertainers (Lloyd Marcus,
Diana Nagy, Rivoli Revue,
Victoria Jackson, Polatik and
Jim Labriola).
"They were great," she said,
"and they are to be commended.
They give of their time just
because they believe in the
cause."


Bob and Velinda Root attended the Tea Party/CNN Republican Presidential Debate
held Monday, Sept. 12, in Tampa. "Taylor County's Tea Party was among the co-
sponsors," said Bob Root.


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B-2 Perry News-Herald September 16-17,2011


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SARS. H1N1. Bird flu.
We've had our share of epidemic scares over
the past few years. Perhaps they were overblown
by the media. Probably so.
We do know there will be another scare sooner
or later. That's just how the world works.
But what if the next one is more than a scare.
What if it is...the one?
Here to show us how what such an outbreak
would look like is "Contagion," the ensemble
thriller from director Steven Soderbergh.
The movie is suitably
frightening in its portrayal of not
only how a deadly disease would 'R-imH
affect the world, but also how 'i.
we would react to it. Its all-star
cast, including numerous


Academy Award-winning actors, Lt
lives up to the expectations such
an ensemble creates, although the ; iA
story itself comes off as a bit sterile
and emotionless. It's obviously a C 't l*
conscious decision on the part of ,-
Soderbergh, but it will most likely I
turn off some in the audience.
"Contagion," follows the ..-
outbreak of a new virus,
MEV-1, which quickly spreads :.
across the world, killing as many nL-R*GOM
as 20 percent of those it infects. The story follows
a wide range of characters, from those at the


destroying the world this time; they have little
to no control over it, except perhaps their own
survival. The other is the Roland Emmerich
variety, such as "The Day After Tomorrow" and
"2012," in which our heroes are both every folks
and people in positions of power who ultimately
play a hand in how the disaster plays out.
"Contagion" takes a bit from both types, but
is really something different. It is more of an
examination, almost in the vein of a documentary,
or a special we'd expect to see on the Discovery
S Channel. It keeps its lens very
Side, refusing to overly dramatize
A rif .A&L the various personal stories.
. For sure, there are emotional
moments, with Mitch desperately
trying to keep his daughter from
.. being infected and Dr. Cheever
agonizing over sending Dr. Mears
S to one of the disease's epicenters.
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) than the rule.


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I... this a strength, while others will
see it at as a weakness. I can see
both sides, but I do have to say it
was a bit refreshing to see a movie
like this in which the emotional
URS ---I stakes are not relying solely on
one family surviving, like the absurd final act of
"The Day After Tomorrow."


Center for Disease Control (CDC), the World Soderberg, whose credits include the "Ocean's
Health Organization (WHO) and average folks 11" films and "Traffic," knows how to corral a
just trying to survive, large cast of stars and get the best out of them
Beth Emhoff (Gwyneth Paltrow, "Iron Man") despite a less than passionate script.
is one of the first ones infected. Mitch Emhoff "Contagion" is not without its scares, although
(Matt Damon,"Ocean's 11") is her husband. Alan they are concerned with properly washing one's
Krumwiede (Jude Law, "Sherlock Holmes") is a hands and the odd sneeze instead of some bogey
.blogger who sees conspiracies behind-the disease-. --man-jumping out from the shadows. And let-me
Laurence Fishburne ("The Matrix") is Dr. Ellis say, it works. After my viewing, I stopped off for
Cheever with the CDC trying to coordinate the a late dinner and thought twice about grabbing
efforts to find a vaccine. Kate Winslet ("The the ketchup bottle on the table. (I went ahead and
Reader") is Dr. Erin Mears, sent by Cheever to did. You can't have fries without ketchup, deadly
find out how Beth was infected. Marion Cotillard epidemic or not.)
("Inception") is Dr. Leonora Orantes of the WHO "Contagion" is pretty unique when it comes to
sent to Hong Kong to further investigate how the thrillers and disaster movies. As with most new
diseased first infected humans, things, some people will like it and some won't.
Disaster movies tend to come in one of two Hopefully, I've given you a good enough idea
varieties. The first keeps the scope small, or at least to figure out which camp you're likely to fall in'.
focused. Examples include "War of the Worlds" Until next time, watch where you sneeze.
and "Coverfield," in which the main characters The film is rated PG-13 for disturbing content
are stuck in the middle of whatever situation is and some language.


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. 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
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.
OCT. 1-2
The Tallahassee Symphony
Orchestra kicks off its 2011-
12 season with Cirque de
la Symphonie, featuring the
performers of Cirque du Soleil.
The concerts will be held on Oct.
1 at 8 p.m. and Oct. 2 at 3 p.m.
at Ruby Diamond Concert Hall.
Audience members will watch
aerialists and acrobats up close
and personal while enjoying
classical masterpieces such
as Berlioz's "Roman Carnival
Overture," Bizet's Toreador"
from "Carmen," and Rimsky-
Korsakov's "Scheherazade."
Tickets prices vary depending
on seating location and can
be purchased online at www.
tallahasseesymphony.org or by
calling 850-224-0461.


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.


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 about the festival,
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-OcT. 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's tickets
are $38 to $89.75.To purchase
tickets, call 800-322-3602 or visit
Ticketmaster.com.


The School of Theatre at
Florida State University is
preparing for its 2011-12
performance season, which
will include six award-winning
musicals and plays.
The season's line-up includes
"Jesus Christ Superstar,"
"Intimate Apparel," "The
Tortoise and the Hare," "The
Full Monty" and "Leading
Ladies."
Season tickets are currently
available for $51 for students,
$88 for seniors, $98 for adults
and $68 for patrons. Patron
memberships are also available
at a variety of levels beginning
at $150.
Single tickets are not yet on
sale, but will be $20 for adults,
$18 for seniors and $10 for
students.
To purchase season tickets
or to become a patron, visit
theatre.fsu.edu to order online
or to print out an order form.
Jesus Christ
Superstar
Oct. 14-23
Fallon Theatre
A 2000-year-old story. A
post-apocalyptic Las Vegas. A
Broadway musical. A legendary
rock opera. Jesus. Judas. Love,
betrayal and sacrifice are at the
center of Andrew Lloyd Weber
and Tim Rice's Broadway hit
musical chronicling the last days
of Jesus' life as seen through the
eyes of his disciple, Judas.
Recommended age: 13+
Contains material that may be
inappropriate for audiences
Sunder the ageof 13.
Intimate Apparel
Nov. 4-13
The Lab Theatre
It is 1905 in New York City.
Esther, a 35-year-old spinster,
sews beautiful lingerie...
sexy lingerie. Her talents and
discretion are in much demand
and her clients range from


The first concert of the 2011-
12 Tallahassee Artist Series
season will feature bold and
rising star, mezzo-soprano
Jennifer Johnson Cano.
The concert is set for Sunday,
Sept. 18, at 4 p.m. in Opperman
Music Hall on the Florida State
University campus.
A 2011 Sara Tucker Study
Grant Recipient, Cano joined
The Lindemann Young Artist
Development Program at The
Metropolitan Opera in 2008 and
made her Metropolitan Opera
debut in 2009-10.
As first prize winner of the
2009 Young Concert Artist
International Auditions, she has
already given recital debuts in
both New York City at Merkin
Hall and Washington, D.C., at
the Kennedy Center.
"Ms. Johnson Cano is


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Tenderloin district prostitutes.
While her skills have given.
her a certain level of economic
independence--rare for a woman
of color--she is painfully lonely.
Her life changes however when
she falls for a Barbadian laborer
who woos her through love
letters, and her relationship
with a Jewish merchant grows
in unforeseen ways. Full of
passion and betrayal, playwright
Lynn Nottage has stitched
together an intimate portrait of
a woman shaped by gender, race
and class.
Recommended age: 13+
Contains mature themes that
may be inappropriate for
audiences under the age of 13.
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and the Hare
Nov. 17-20
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her voice and her manner there
is also a hint of something
steely, even intimidating.
Character--individuality, a taste
for risk--is the attribute some
find lacking in young American
singers, but Ms. Johnson Cano
has it: an honesty and assurance
so impressive that you want to
call it bravery," said The New
York Times.
A few highlights from her
2011-12 season so far include a
third residency at the Marlboro
Festival, her return to the
New York Philharmonic for
Mozart's Mass in C Minor
with Alan Gilbert, a guest
artist appearance for Mahler's
Symphony No. 2 with the
World Doctors Orchestra in
Washington, D.C., and her
Carnegie Hall debut with the


mature content that may be
inappropriate for audiences
under the age of 16.
The Seagull
March 23 April 1, 2012
The Lab Theatre
Treplev is in love with Nina.
Nina is in love with Trigorin,
who is in a relationship with
Arkadina. Masha loves Treplev,
and Medvedenko loves Masha.
Writers, actors, working class.
Unhappy people, romantic
entanglements, destructive
relationships. By a beautiful
lake on an estate in the Russian
countryside, the seagull, at
first free is soon destroyed.
Chekhov's classic drama is "life
itself onstage..."
Recommended age: 13+
Leading Ladies
April 13-22, 2012
The Studio Theatre


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about honesty, loyalty beloved relatives in order to
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steel workers. After seeing the
women go crazy at a recent
Chippendale's show at the local
nightclub, the men resolve to
reclaim their lives by baring it
all for one electrifying night.
Recommended age: 16+
Contains language and


The performances will be
held in one of three theatres
located on the FSU campus in
Tallahassee: Fallon Theatre,
The Lab Theatre or The Studio
Theatre.
For directions and parking
options, visit tickets.fsu.edu.


Cleveland Orchestra in May
2012.
Programmed on Mrs. Cano's
Tallahassee Artist Series
performance are "Chants
d'Auvergne" by Joseph
Canteloube, Antonin Dvofik's
"Gypsy Songs, Op. 55,"
selections from "La clemenza
di Tito" by Wolfgang Amadeus
Mozart and "Sea Pictures" by
Edward Elgar.
Individual tickets will
be available for Sunday's
performance at the door or
reserve tickets by calling 850
224-9934.
General admission tickets
are $30 for adults and $10
for students (13-plus). The
performances is free to students
12 and under.
For more information, visit
www.TheArtistSeries.org.


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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



Garage Sale Friday, Sept. 16 from 8
a.m. til 2 p.m. at 307 W. High St. next to
Kiddie Kollege. Tools, sporting goods,
cabinet, sandblaster, boat, gun and lots
of other items. Also free kittens. 584-
7829 or 672-0353
09/14, 09/16

Yard sale. Saturday, Sept. 17, 8 a.m. 3
p.m. Bradshaw Blvd. Wing back chair,
sofa table, entertainment center, tool
box-GMC, Christmas misc. odds and
ends, golf balls and more.
09/14,09/16

Yard Sale, Saturday Sept. 17, 8 a.m.
until. Dressers, clothes, dresses, kids
clothes, chairs and toys. 6394 Hwy. 19
S., by the wagon wheel.
09/16

Yard sale, Saturday, September 17, 8
a.m. until. 837 E. Cherry Street. Baby
toys, clothes, household items, kitchen
table and more.
09/16

Yard sale, Saturday, Sept. 17. 610
Plantation Rd. off of Old Dixie Hwy. Wii
Rock Band with drums, gaming chair,
Dvds, housewares, book shelves,
curtains, clothes, books, teacher stuff
and much more.
09/16

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.
09/16

9 family yard sale, Saturday, Sept. 17th,
8 a.m. till noon. 2787 Hwy. 27 E.,
quarter of a mile before Foley Cut-off.
Make right on Dorman Peacock Rd.
S2nd house on left. Home decor,
furniture, comforter sets, princess
house, dish sets, bikes, yard toys, kids
recliner, toy box, phones, Gameboy,
Playstation 2 games, canister sets, nice
costume jewelry and some gold.
Outdoor swing, RV/campers parts,
brand names clothes, men-women's-
juniors-boys-girls and toddler boys and
girls. Mossy Oak sheet set. Small and
full size truck toolbox and dog box.
Princess table and chairs, boys crib
set, Dora Explorer Comforter Sets. Too
much more to list.
09/16

Huge Yard Sale. Saturday Sept. 16 only
8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Big Red Barn off
of Puckett to Holt to Cary Stephens Rd.
We have washer and dryer, table set,
couches, TV., dishes, dressers,
freezers, chairs, little bit of everything.
09/16

Huge Yard Sale. Saturday, Sept. 17, 8
a.m. 1 p.m. 1820 Davis Walker Rd.
(close to the Beach Rd.) Stackable
washer & dryer, steam clothes press,
child's race car bed, small cabinet, high
chair, baby items, bakers rack,
Christmas decorations, ottoman,
dishes, jewelry, clothes, shoes, bedding
sets King, Queen, Full & Twin sizes, TV,
Vacuum, cell phones and computers.

Classifieds Work!


Yard sale, Friday and Saturday, Sept.
16 &17. Women's and juniors clothes,
baby boy clothes, household items and
much more. 1441 E. Green Street, 8
a.m. until noon.
09/16

2 family yard sale. Friday and Saturday,
Sept. 16 & 17. 107 E. Jane Avenue,
behind Tree Capitol Credit Union. Lots
of unique items, clothes, household
items, books cell phones and more.
09/16

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, Dora the Explorer
tricycle, Hot Wheels, Transformers
game, wheelchair, walker, stroller,
highchair, KitchenAid stand mixer, meat
grinder, HP computer with 19-inch
monitor & speakers $100, scanner,
Dell LCD monitor, wireless keyboard &
mouse, digital camera, scooter, 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.
09/16

Yard Sale Saturday from 8 a.m. till ? at
607 W. Ash St. Tons of kids clothes
and toys. Miscellaneous household
items and much more.
09/16

Perry Woman's Club charity yard sale.
Saturday in the club house at 502 N.
Jefferson St. Something for everyone.
Lots of "good stuff". Help support
charities. Donations accepted. Come
join us!
09/16



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


Hogs for sale. $25. Call 223-1486.
09/09-09/16
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.
GCP
Electric hospital bed, with mattress and
rails. Call 850-584-4678.
09/14-09/21
Piano Upright table Nelson Piano
with bench. Walnut Finish. $150, Call
850-948-4905
09/14,09/16



Jack Russell puppies $250.00; 2 males
and 2 females; 584-5382 or 843-2909.
09/16- 09/28


Roommate-share a nice house. Cable
TV., wireless, washer, dryer. Own room
that's furnished. Call 850-578-2713.
09/16



A 4 bd, 2 ba close to town in Perry off
of Vera Lane. $3500 down $483 per
month, owner has financing. Call Jeff
352-262-4531.
TMH
Customer had zoning issues. Their loss
your gain. Never lived in triple wide
Jacobsen 4/3 2460 sq. ft. $20,000 off,
price to sell. Call 352-493-9600.
TMH
Repos repos repos, 7 on lot, bank says
to get rid of them. Call today 352-493-
9600.
TMH


A 3 bd 2 ba, 2003 28x48 skyline, one
owner, new carpet through out. $1,600
down 273 per month, owner has
financing at 8% for 20 yrs or $28,900
cash with delivery & setup and a/c. Call
352-262-4531.
TMH

A 3 bd 2 ba, 2003 28x60 Fleetwood
with fireplace, new carpet, fresh paint
through out. $3,200 down $291 per
month, owner has financing at 8% for
20 yrs or $28,900 cash with delivery &
setup and a/c. Call 352-303-8771.
TMH



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.
09/14, 09/16
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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 blocl
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 voucher
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
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2 bedroom, 2 bath monile home. $50(
per month plus deposit. Call 850-997
6184.
09/14,09/16


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3 bedroom, 2 bath, in Shady Grove.
$650 per month. Call 850-838-9514.
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Newer 3 bedroom, 2 bath trailer for
rent. $600 a month includes water. 3
bedroom, 2 bath, 1 family room, 1 living
room house in the country. $700
monthly plus deposit, credit check
required. Call 584-8885.
08/14-08/30

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
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3 bedroom, 1 bath in Iddo. $550 per
month. Call 850-838-9514.


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

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

2 story house with balcony. 2 bedroom,
2 bath, with fish pond and vacant lot.
$500 per month and $500 security
deposit. Call 850-371-2171.
10/07

3 bedroom, 1 bath house. Large front
and back yard, near nursing home.
$600 per month and $600 security
deposit. Call 850-371-2171.
10/07

Westgate 2 bedroom apartment
available. Water, garbage and electric
included. Dining room kitchen, with
space available for table. Cable with
HBO. $255 weekly or $945 monthly.
Call 786-344-2542.
LS

RV Lots for rent. $175 per month. Water
and sewer included. Call 850-997-
6184.
09/14,09/16

2 bedroom, 1 bath mobile home. $450
per month, plus deposit. Call 850-997-
6184.
09/14,09/16

2 bedroom, 2 bath monile home. $500
per month plus deposit. Call 850-997-
6184.
09/14,09/16


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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 850-584-6666.
04/29tfn
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Land for sale, 221 North between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker
Rd. 1 acre lots with paved roads. Owner
financing available. Please call (386)
658-1346 or (850) 584-7466
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House for sale by owner. 2 bedroom, 1
bath. 604 Maurice Linton Rd. in Perry.
Remodeled $48,000. Owner financing,
non negotiable, no credit check
required. Call 850-838-6466.
09/16-09/23
Recently Foreclosed, Special
Financing Available, Any Credit, Any
Income Just Reduced, Vacant Land,
located at, 5635 Woods Creek Rd.,
Perry, $64,900. Visit
www.roselandco.com/87H, Drive by
then call (866) 924-8348.
09/16,09/23

Budget Friendly 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2
acres, room to have mini-farm. Just
minutes to Shady Grove. Financing
available call 1-800-477-2492.
10/07PHC


SECLUDED, but in a very desirable
area, convenient to town and schools;
5-9 acres off Morgan-Whiddon Rd.;
perfect for a custom-built home in a
country setting; $9,000 per acre; day
850-578-2039, even. 850-578-2547
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CONVENIENT to all schools and town,
2 acres located on Ellison Rd.; country
setting, on a quiet road with large oak
trees; $17,500, call Beach Realty Gulf
Coast, 850-578-2039; go to
www.beachrealtyfla.com for more info.
BR

Over 250' Suwannee river front. 8
acres, 4 bedroom 2 bath mobile. Steal
this with owner finance $139,900.
Located between Branford and Mayo.
1-800-477-2492, 1352-493-2492 or 1-
386-344-5024. Day calls only
10/07
PHC

Nature lovers- 5 acres, 3 bedroom 2
bath mobile home, wooded next to high
fenced deer farm. No shooting but,
beautiful to watch Owner Finance.
Mayo area. Call 1-800-477-2492 or 1-
386-344-5024.
10/07PHC

Fall into savings! Prestige Home
Center-Chiefland. We put our prices on
the website!! Does Anyone else?
1-800-477-2492, 352-493-2492 or
386-344-2492.
www.prestigehomecenters.com
10/07PHC


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considered. Levy, Gilchrist, Lafayette.
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10/07PHC

No scams-just facts. New-used-with or
without land. Prestige Home Center,
Chiefland, 1-800-477-2492. See
homes and prices at www.
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8 vehicles for sale! 6 under $3,5001
Hurry!
Head Turners Auto Inc.
In front of
Ryan's Everything Automotive
850-584-8900

1999 Chevrolet Tahoe LT. Edition, 2
wheel drive, 143,800 miles, full leather
interior with a premium sound system,
rear cargo tray, new tires, full towing
package, includes a super-chip
performance programmer, running
boards, window tint, many many extras,
truck is in excellent condition. Asking
$5,900 OBO. Call Mike at 850-584-
5071, if no answer, please leave
message.
09/14,09/16


Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners
Emergency Management Coordinator-
$24,710.40-$34,204.97 annually DOQ.
Director of Environmental Services-
$34,777.60-$48,140.33DOQ.
Road Maintenance Technician-
$8.04/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.
TCBOCC

The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission is now
hiring personnel for seasonal work at
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.
Fri.09/23
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2008 GMC Sierra Denali Pick up.
White, 20 in. wheels, Denali package,
great condition. 42,000 miles, $27,900.
Call 223-1059.
09/29



2011 Honda four wheeler, brand new.
Only 5.6 hours, four wheel drive,
electric shift. Call 850-584-9711 and
leave message.
09/14,09/16

2011 Kawasaki 650 Dual Sport. $400
miles. Must sell, will take pay off. 6
months old. Call 850-843-0960.
09/16-09/23



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.
10/07
QTS

All About Looks now has two stations
available for rent, great location and
friendly atmosphere. For more
information please call Mandi Flowers
at 584-5665 or 295-3278.
09/16


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


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Dries in 3-4 Hours Tile Floors Pet Odors

TREE CAPITAL CLEANING
584-CLEAN (584-2532)


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


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HUGE Price Reductions

529 Mangum Close Road...$147,000
Spacious 4 BR, 2 Bath brick home on 4.65 shaded acres
m/l. L/R with stone fireplace, large dining room, family
room, split bedroom plan. Call Inda Roberts 295-1262 or
584-5844

1917 Johnson Stripling Road... $149,500
Great home built in 1994- 3 acres, 2 BR/2 Bath, interior of
Pine/Cypress and drywall. Exterior Concrete Block. Double
carport, large garage, front and back screened porches.
Tree-lined drive to house. Must see to appreciate. Call Ella
Jane Freeman 838-6941 or 584-5844

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
Member of Florida Assocation of Realtors
Serwng Taylor County since 1986
www.prorealtyofperry.com


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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.,
Planltff,
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: Martl Lee
Deputy Clerk
09/09,09/16

NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given pursuant to
Section 2.13 of the City Charter of the
City of Perry, Florida, that Ordinance
No. 894 was ADOPTED by the City
Council on September 13, 2011.
ORDINANCE NO. 894
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PERRY, FLORIDA, IN COMPLIANCE
WITH FLORIDA STATUTES CHAPTER
790.33 TITLED FIELD OF REGULATION
OF FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION
PREEMPTED, REPEALING CHAPTER 18-
2 CODE OF ORDINANCES TITLED
FIREARMS;DISCHARGE PROHIBITED,
PENALTY, AND AMENDING SECTION
19-52 (10) CODE OF ORDINANCES;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILTY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
Robert A. Brown Jr.,
City Manager
Emily Weed Ketring
Mayor
09/16

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
9/09,09/16

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 10-565-CA
TAYLOR COUNTY HABITAT FOR
HUMANITY, INC., a Florida not for
Profit Corporation,
Plaintiff,
-vs.-
ALLIE MAE DEMPS,
Defendant,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE Is hereby given that Annie
Mae Murphy, Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Taylor County, Florida, will on
the 11TH day of OCTOBER, 2011, at
11:00 a.m. at the front door of the
Taylor County courthouse In the City
of Perry, Florida, offer for sale and sell
at public outcry to the highest and
best bidder for cash, the following
described property situated In Taylor
County, Florida, to-wit:
PARCEL I.D. # 26-04-07-04926-100


LOT TWENTY-FOUR (24) OF BLOCK
FIFTY-SEVEN (57) IN WEST BROOKLYN,
A SUBDIVISION TO TOWN OF PERRY, A
PLAT OR MAP OF WHICH IS OF
RECORD ON THE OFFICE OF THE
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
pursuant to the final Judgment of
Foreclosure entered in a case
pending in said Court, the style of
which Is as set out above, and the
docket number of which Is 10-565-
CA. Any person claiming an Interest
In the surplus from this sale, Is if any,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the Ils pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS my hand and the official
seal of said Court, this 8th day of
September, 2011.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Taylor County Florida
By: Martl Lee
Deputy Clerk
09/14,09/21

PUBLIC NOTICE TO BIDDERS
INVITATION TO BID
Housing rehabilitation or
Replacement
Community Development Block
Grant Program
Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners Invites Interested
residential contractors to submit bids
for the rehabilitation of three (3)
homes and the demolition and
replacement of seven (7) single
family homes In the unincorporated
area of Taylor County.
SEALED Bids are to be submitted on
or before October 3, 2011 at 4:00 pm.
to Annie Mae Murphy, Clerk of the
Court (850) 838-3506. Bid envelopes
are to be Identified as CDBG ITB-001
and must have the Bidders name on
the outside of the envelope.
Hand Delivery: Annle Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Court
108 North Jefferson Street, Suite 102
Perry, FL. 32347
Mall Delivery: Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Court
P.O. Box 620
Perry, FL. 32347-0620
A Public Opening of the Bids Is
scheduled for October 3, 2011 at
6:10 PM at 201 East Green Street,
Perry, Florida, 32347. Bids will be
opened during a regularly scheduled
Board of County Commissioners
meeting.
A MANDATORY meeting to provide
contractor orientation materials and
visit the scheduled projects will be
held September 15, 2011 at 10:00
am, located at 401 Industrial Drive,
Perry, 32348. The meeting will take
place In the Airport terminal
conference room. You must attend
this meeting in order to receive the
bid documents and attend the
walkthrough of the projects. The visit
to the projects will Immediately follow
the orientation meeting.
For contractors that have not been
pre-approved, you may obtain a
contractor application package by
calling Meridian Community Services
Group, Inc. at (866) 484-1975 (Toll
Free). PLease bring your completed
application package to the
mandatory meeting on September
15, 2011.
WBE/MBE/DBE Firms are encouraged
to 'pbrtltpibte." Tlitr 'County Is an
Egual Opportunity employer. Section
3 contractors (as defined by HUD)
are encouraged to participate.
The Taylor County Board of
Commissioners reserves the right to
accept or reject any and/or all bids
In the best Interest of Taylor County.
Bids will be awarded based on
provisions listed In the adopted
CDBG Housing Assistance Plan.
TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
Lonnie Houck, Chairman

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned Intends to sell the
personal property described below
to enforce a lien Imposed on sold
property under the Florlda Self
Storage Facility Act Statutes (section
83.801-83.809)
The undersigned will sell at public
sale by competitive bidding or
disposed of on the 24th day of
September, 2011, at 10:00 a.m., on
the premises where said property has


been stored and which are located
at Lock & Key Mini Storage, 1309 S.
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida,
County of Taylor, State of Florida, the
following:
James Brunson, Unit E15, household
goods
Steve Mills, Unit E16, household goods
Ruby Austin, Unit Al, household
goods
Hermisha Waddell, Unit A18,
household goods
Loretta Glover, Unit A23, household
goods
Jason Brooks, Unit A39, household
goods
Wanda Smith, Unit A45, household
goods
Joseph Nutter, Unit C9, household
goods
Purchase must be Paid for at the time
of purchase In cash All purchased
units sold as Is where are and Items
must be removed and unit cleaned
at the time of sale. Sale Is subject to
cancellation In the event of
settlement between owner and
obligated party.
Dated this 16th day of September,
2011.
09/16,09/21,09/23

Pursuant to Section 2.13(B) of the Cly
Charter of the City of Perry, Florida,
notice is hereby given that the City
Council had Introduction and First
Reading on Ordinance No. 895 on
Spetember 13, 2011 om the City
Council Chambers, 224 S. JEfferson
Street, Perry, Florida. A Public hearing
and Final Reading on Ordinance No.
895 is scheduled for Spetember 27,
2011 in the City Council Regular
Meeting, Council Room 224 S
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida at 5:30
p.m. or as soon thereafter as possible.
Any Interested persons may appear
and be heard on the
aforementioned public hearing
date. Notice Is also given, pursuant
to Florida Statutes 286.0105 that any
person deciding to appeal any
decision of the City Council with
respect to any matter considered at
the meeting will need a record of the
meeting and may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of that
proceedings Is made; which record
Includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal Is to be
based.
ORDINANCE NO. 895
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PERRY, FLORIDA SETTING FORTH
REQUIREMENTS FOR USERS OF THE
PUBLICLY-OWNED TREATMENT WORKS
FOR THE CITY OF PERRY, FLORIDA;
ENABLING THE CITY TO COMPLY WITH
ALL APPLICABLE STATE AND FEDERAL
LAWS, INCLUDING THE CLEAN WATER
ACT 33 UNITED STATES CODE SECTION
1251 ET SEQ. AND THE GENERAL
PRETREATMENT REGULATIONS TITLE 40
OF THE CODE OF FEDERAL
REGULATIONS PART 403 AND
CHAPTER 62-625, F. A. C.; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILTY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Copies of said Ordinance No. 895
may be Inspected at the
Administration Office of City Hall, 224
S. Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and
5:00 p.m., Monday thru Friday.
Robert A. Brown, Jr.
City Manager
Emily Weed Ketrtng
Mayor
09/16

NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice
Is hereby given that the undersigned,
pursuant to the fictitious name
statute, chapter 20953 or Section
865.09, Florida Statutes, 1941, will
register with the secretary of state,
Corporation Division, Tallahassee,
Florida, upon receipt of proof of
publication of this notice the fictitious
name, to wit:
Global Cash
under which we/I will engage In
business. I/We expect to engage In
business In Perry, Florida and our
address Is:
P.O. Box 819
The extent of ownership Is:
James Carlton 100%
09/14, 09/16


B-5 Perry News Herald September 16-17, 2011





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