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FALL


BACKLI
Fall Back Sunday!
Daylight Savings Time ends
Sunday at 2 a.m. when we
turn clocks back one hour, and
resume Eastern Standard Time.
So "fall back" Saturday before
you retire for the evening.


Women's Bazaar
planned at DMH
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
will hold its second annual Fall
Women's Bazaar Thursday, Nov.
10, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the
hospital lobby.
The event will feature jewelry,
cosmetics, candles, soaps, craft
items and more.
For more information, or to
inquire about selling items at
the bazaar, contact Ruth at 584-
0884.

SAC meets at Taylor
Elementary
The School Advisory Council
for Taylor County Elementary
will meet Tuesday, Nov. 8, at
2:30 p.m.
The meeting will be held in
the school's media center and is-.
open to the public.


Christnas on the
Square planned Dec. 2
Main Street Perry has
announced plans are underway
for the 2011 Downtown
Christmas on the Square, slated
Friday, Dec. 2, from 5-8 p.m.
A tree-lighting ceremony
will be held at 6 p.m. followed
by music from the First Baptist
Church Youth Band.
Santa will be available for
photos, parking his sleigh
in front of the Taylor County
Historical Society.
'We'll have the train and
bounce house for children. New
Home Baptist Church will stage
a live nativity at the corner of
Green and Washington streets,"
Main Street Project Manager
Joanna Ter Maat said.
"Downtown shops and
restaurants will be open late,
so come share the Christmas
spirit and plan on spending the
evening downtown.
"We will also present an award
for Best Dressed Window" she
added.

Feagle announces
town hall meetings
County Commissioner
Pam Feagle will hold a series
of town hall meetings in her
district, beginning Thursday,
Nov. 3, at JR's Aucilla River
Store. Additional meetings are
planned Nov. 7 at the Johnson
Stripling Road Precinct; Nov. 8
at the Shady Grove Community
Center; Nov. 10 at the county
commission board room
(located in the courthouse
annex) and Nov. 14 at Boyd
Methodist Church. All meetings
will begin at 6 p.m. For more
information, contact Feagle
by calling 584-3681 or e-mail
pfeagle@taylorcounty.gov.com.



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TCDA narrows


search for new


director to three
The search for a new director of the Taylor County Development
Authority has been narrowed from its initial field of 56 candidates
to three, with the final round of interviews expected to begin in less
than two weeks.
According to TCDA Director Rick Breer, who announced his
resignation in June, the authority received applications from across
the country.
A search committee, consisting of Clay Bethea, Bo Taff and
Aaron Portwood, narrowed the field down to 15 and began phone
interviews, Breer said.
During a special TDCA board meeting Monday, it was decided
to distill the list to the search committee's top three candidates and
to hold in-person interviews during the week of Nov. 14, he added.
"Our plan is to bring them in the night before," Breer said. "We
need to sell them on coming here and at the same time, they will be
selling us that they are the one."
The TCDA board is expected to meet again on Monday, Nov. 21,
with the intention of voting on a new director, Breer said.
At the Taylor County Commission meeting Tuesday evening,
commissioners voted to take $30,000 out of the county's economic
development reserve fund to help increase the position's salary.
In July, following Breer's resignation announcement, the TCDA
board recommended the commission pull out of the proposed Tri-
County Economic Group (TCEG)--which had been developed to
hire an economic consultant to serve Taylor, Madison and Suwannee
counties--and instead put those funds toward the TDCA director
position. They commission had earmarked $30,000 for TCEG out
of the reserve fund, which totals $375,000 from money allocated in
.- Please see page 2


Lifesavers
The Taylor County United Way Campaign placed the first slice of the 2011 campaign
on the Life-Saver meter at the courthouse Wednesday morning. Joining Campaign
Co-Chairs Pam Rigoni-Parker and Charlton Knowles were volunteers along with a
contingent from Doctors' Memorial Hospital, which announced on Monday they have
raised more than $29,000 this year. Shown above are: (from I to r) Morgan Kraft,
Rigoni-Parker, Dan Simmons, Kimberly Skinner, Joy Proudman, Amanda Gregory,
Richard Huth, Tasha Towles, Knowles and Glenda Hamby. "Once again DMH has done
a phenomenal job on their United Way campaign," Rigoni-Parker said. "We really
appreciate their dedication. We can all let DMH be a good example of how to run a
campaign and hope it encourages others to do the same."


For downtown business district


Citizen committee to develop new vision


Former state representative Ken Smith, right, addresses the Perry City Council.
He is spearheading a citizen-driven committee charged with developing a long-range
plan to revitalize Perry's downtown business district. Also shown are Councilman Don
Cook, left, and Public Works Director Barney Johnson.


Wednesday, Nov. 9


Nationwide emergency


broadcast alert planned


The Federal Emergency
Management Agency will
conduct the first nationwide test
of the National Emergency Alert
System (EAS) on Wednesday,
Nov. 9, which will be carried on
nearly every radio and television
station in the country.
The test, which will last from
between two and three-and-
a-half minutes, will begin at
2 p.m. It will last significantly
longer than traditional tests,
and local and state officials are
working to inform citizens to
alleviate any concerns it might
raise Wednesday.


"Most emergency test are
only 30 seconds and this one is
expected to last three minutes,"
County Administrator Jack
Brown said.
The Florida Division of'
Emergency Management sent
notices to local governments
warning them to expect calls
from residents concerning the
test.
The EAS is a national alert
and warning system established
to enable the President of
the United States to address
the American public during
emergencies. NOAA's National


Weather Service, governors
and state and local emergency
authorities also use parts of the
system to issue more localized
emergency alerts.
Similar to local EAS tests
that are already conducted
frequently, the nationwide test
will involve broadcast radio
and television stations, cable
television, satellite radio and
television services and wireline
video service providers across
all states and the territories of
Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin
,- Please see page 2


$787,000 bid for runway upgrades approved


Work is expected to begin
soon on the resurfacing project
for Perry Foley Airport's
primary runway.
The Taylor County
Commission approved a
contract Tuesday evening with
Music Construction, which was
the lowest bidder on the project
with a bid of $787,000.
The county received
$829,000 in grant funds
from the Federal Aviation
Administration (FAA) with the


required match being shared
by the Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT) and the
county, according to Grants
Coordinator Melody Cox.
The construction project was
delayed when the expected
$20,000 in FDOT funding
appeared to have fallen through
due to state budget cuts. FDOT
ultimately came through
with funding, however, and
commissioners also approved
a joint participation agreement


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Religion............. A-6
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with the agency Tuesday for the
$20,000.
The county is providing
$23,667 in matching funds,
which were allocated last year
and included in the current
budget.
The county already has a
contract with AVCON, Inc.,
in the amount of $85,000
for design, engineering and
construction management
,-* Please see page 2


Entertainment........ B-2
TV listings ............. B-3
Looking Back......... B-4
Classifieds ............. B-6


Ken Smith has filled many
roles in Taylor County--coach,
state representative, newspaper
publisher.
While it has been decades
since Smith actually lived
here, he continues to call this
community home.
That sentiment, along with
ownership of property in Perry's
historic downtown district,
prompted him to approach
the city council recently and
field the idea of establishing
a citizen-driven committee
charged with developing a long-
range plan to revitalize the area.
Sparking the idea was a
proposed city ordinance under
discussion to address downtown


improvement, specifically
targeting unsightly and unsafe
buildings.
"I haven't found anyone
enthusiastic about the
ordinance," Smith told the
council.
His counterproposal entailed
establishing an independent
committee that would address
not only those issues, but also
secure a plan that "would set
this downtown apart from other
downtowns"
He said, "Everyone has a stake
in what happens to the business
district of downtown Perry...
everyone is a stakeholder."
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Honoring her memory
An air medic helicopter flew over the Oct. 28 funeral procession for
Doctors' Memorial Emergency Medical Services paramedic Janie Sites.
First responders from Taylor and surrounding counties gathered to honor
Sites.


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10 community leaders have


already said 'yes' to serving


NEW VISION
Continued from page 1
His proposed plan "would be
founded on two principles-
the history of the town and the
patriotism of the country.
"Patriotism unifies and I'd
like to see us select a particular
time period and see that
reflected on facades of buildings
in downtown," Smith said.
"Conceptually, I like some
of these ideas," Mayor Emily
Ketring said.
"It is a greater plan than what


we initially talked about, but
sounds better," Councilman
Alphonso Dowdell said.
"This man has done great
projects before-turn him
loose," Councilman Daryll
Gunter said.
"I support the idea and
support forming a committee
that will operate in the Sunshine
Law guidelines," Councilman
Don Cook said.
In the two weeks since
receiving the city council's
approval, Smith has been busy
putting together a committee


'This is a test'


ALERT
Continued from page 1
Islands and American Samoa.
On Nov. 9, the public will
hear a message indicating that
"This is a test." The audio
message will be the same
for both radio and television..
Under the FCC's rules, radio
and television broadcasters,
cable operators, satellite digital
audio radio service providers,
direct broadcast satellite service
providers and wireline video
service providers are required to
receive and transmit presidential
EAS messages to the public.
A national test will help
the federal partners and EAS

Additional

$30,000

approved for

TCDA salary

TCDA
Continued from page 1
previous fiscal years.
During Tuesday night's
discussion over the allocation,
Breer said, "All three of
[remaining candidates] are...
trained economic developers.
They have a great history of
performance. I personally am
very excited about turning it
over to somebody who's going
to take it to the next step."
Commissioner Pam Feagle
asked whether the $30,000
was in the budget. Although
the specific earmark was
not included in the 2011-12
budget, which began Oct. 1, the
$375,000 reserve fund remains
intact.
"I am excited about having
a TDCA director that is maybe
going take us to a different
level, and that's good," Feagle
said. "But I would hope the
TDCA would work with the
funding they already get."
In the current budget, the
TDCA was allocated $69.000
for operations and $75,000
for incentives (the majority of
which is already allocated to
pre-existing incentives for this
year).
Feagle also questioned
whether the $30,000 would
set a precedent that would be
expected annually.
"I think yes, for at least the
next three to give this person
a chance," said Commissioner
Mark Wiggins, who represents
the commission on the TCDA
board.
After additional discussion,
Commission Malcolm Page
made a motion to approve the
$30,000 for this year and to take
the funds out of the economic
development reserve. Wiggins
seconded and the measure
passed 4-1, with Feagle voting
against.
The advertised salary range is
$40,000 to $80,000.


participants determine the
reliability of the system and
its effectiveness in notifying
the public of emergencies and
potential dangers nationally and
regionally, FEMA officials said.
"A national test of our
Emergency Alert System,
with the vital communications
support and involvement
of participants, is a step
toward ensuring that the alert
and warning community is
prepared to deliver critical
information that can help save
lives and protect property,"
said Damon Penn,' FEMA's
assistant administrator of
national continuity programs.
"Because there has never been
an activation of the Emergency
Alert System on a national
level, FEMA views this test
as an excellent opportunity
to assess the readiness and
effectiveness of the current
system. It is important to
remember that this is not a
pass or fail test, but a chance to
establish a baseline for making
incremental improvements to
the Emergency Alert System
with ongoing and future testing.
It is also important to remember
that the Emergency Alert
System is one of many tools in
our communications toolbox,
and we will continue to work
on additional channels that can
be a lifeline of information for
people during an emergency."
"The upcoming national
test is critical to ensuring that
the EAS works as designed,"
said Jamie Barnett, Chief of
the FCC's Public Safety and
Homeland Security Bureau. "As
recent disasters here at home
and in Japan have reminded us, a
reliable and effective emergency
alert and warning system is key
to ensuring the public's safety
during times of emergency. We
look forward to working with
FEMA in preparation for this
important test."


of representatives from a broad
spectrum of shareholders.
"The response has been
tremendous. Those I have
talked to are enthusiastic about
what we are trying to do, saying
it is long overdue," he said.
Smith said the following
community leaders have agreed
to serve on the committee: City
Councilman Cook; County
Commissioner Mark Wiggins;
Capital City (Taylor County)
Bank President Debbie Bassett;
Brenda Wilson, owner of
O'Quinn Pharmacy; Morris
Steen, former president of North
Florida Community College;
MainSteet Project Manager
Joanna Ter Maat; Taylor County
Historical Society President
Wanda Cash; historical society
volunteers Larry Whitfield and
J.T. Davis; and realtor (and
founding MainStreet member)
Vivian Sheffield.
"Experience tells me when
you get ideas from everybody,
it is amazing how far you can
go once you get started," Smith
said.
Meeting schedules are still in
the planning stages, but will be
announced when finalized.

Music Construction
awarded contract
for runway project

RUNWAY
Continued from page 1
services on the project.
The board voted 4-0
on the contract with
Music Construction with
Commissioner Lonnie
Houck abstaining from the
vote, declaring his aunt is a
stockholder in the company.
Commissioners approved the
FDOT agreement unanimously.
According to the contract,
Music will have 120 days for
construction.
"The scope of work for
removing the assault, regrading
with limerock, then laying
two inches of asphalt and then f
remarking the pavement with
the required runway markings,"
Cox told commissioners
Tuesday.
The county also held a
pre-construction conference
Thursday on the project.
"Runway 18/36 is the pririifify
runway at the airport and the
rehabilitation is necessary to
meet required aviation safety
standards," Cox said.
"This runway currently does
not drain properly and with a
moderate rain, ponding results
on the runway."


TOWN HALL MEETINGS


PAM FEAGLE
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4

YOU'RE INVITED TO ATTEND THE 2ND SEMI-ANNUAL TOWN HALL MEETING SPONSORED
BY AND PAID FOR BY PAM FEAGLE.
IT IS IMPORTANT FOR ME TO KNOW AND MEET WITH YOU SO THAT I MAY BETTER SERVE
YOU. IT IS IMPORTANT FOR YOU TO KNOW WHO YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER IS AND
FEELCONFIDENT IN DISCUSSING YOUR ISSUES WITH ME. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO HAVE
A VOICE! MEETINGS ARE INFORMAL AND GIVE YOU A CHANCE TO ASK ANY QUESTION OR
MAKE ANY STATEMENT.
IT IS AN HONOR AND A PRIVILEGE FOR ME TO SERVE YOU. THANK YOU FOR ALLOWING
ME TO REPRESENT YOU.
I LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU.


YOU MAY CONTACT ME AT: 584-3681 OR


pfeagle@taylorcounty.gov.com


Not paid for by public funds.


Junior shoppers
Students from Taylor County Head Start recently toured Winn Dixie. Store Director
Jeff Myers, Co-Director Jason Hackle and Front End Manager Linda Shipp all pitched
in as tour guides. "We enjoyed it very much," they said.


DMH nurses train for SANE


Doctors' Memorial Hospital
(DMH) now has sexual assault
nurse examiners, also known as
SANE nurses.
"A SANE nurse is a
registered nurse who has
been specifically trained to
provide comprehensive care
to sexual assault patients, who
demonstrates competency in
conducting a forensic exam,
and has the ability to be an
expert witness," officials
with Taylor County's Sexual


Trauma Assault Response Team
(START) said.
"SANE nurses are specially
trained in evidence collection
and have proven to increase
prosecution rates over time.
Conviction rates are 69 percent
versus 30 percent, resulting
in longer average sentencing.
Patient wait time is also
significantly reduced. SANE
nurses are trained to deal
with the intersection of the
legal and medical fields while


always maintaining the victim's
medical needs first."
The hospital was able to
send nurses to the training
under the federal grant that
established the local START
committee, which is comprised
of members from DMH, Refuge
House, State Attorney's office,
Taylor County Sheriff's Office,
Taylor County Health
Department, Guardian ad
Litem and the Perry Police
Department.


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CROSS CITY DENTAL


Attention all Veterans
&
Families of Veterans


MARK YOUR CALENDARS!

Taylor County Board of Commissioners will host the

Annual

Veteran's Day

Luncheon

Friday, Nov. 11 12:30 p.m.
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Heritage Paviion Forest Capital Hall


In the event of rain, the luncheon will be held in the Forest Capital Hall auditorium.

Please join us as we honor our veterans.



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TUESDAY NOV. 8 6 PM SHADY GROVE COMMUNITY CENTER
THURSDAY NOV. 10 6 PM COUNTY COMM. BOARD ROOM (OLD POST OFFICE)
MONDAY NOV. 14 6 PM BOYD METHODIST CHURCH


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A-3 Perry News-Herald November 4-5, 2011


S' -TCES

earns

$15213
With the support of parents, grandparents, guardians and
friends, Taylor County Elementary School just earned another
$1,213.10 through its Box Tops fund-raising efforts.
Top-selling students are pictured with bundles which included
12,131 Box Tops. "We are grateful for the tremendous support we
received from our TCES families," said Angela Wilson who
coordinates the fund-raiser for the school.
"Fifth grader Austin Waters was awarded a $25 gift card for his
outstanding contribution which totaled 1,627 Box Tops." /
Students are still competing for the final submission of the 2011-
2012 school year which will be April 5.
"All you need to do is clip Box Tops from products like
Cheerios, Hamburger Helper and Kleenex, and the school gets 10
cents' credit for each one," said Warford.
The Box Tois for Education program is nationally recognized
for enhancing local school programs.


Firefighters teach prevention at TCES
October is Fire Prevention Month, marked notably this year at Taylor County
Elementary School by lights and sirens. Jake Prosser, Robert Lytle, Ben Meacham,
J.C. Jiminez and Robbie Moon were among the visiting firefighters who reminded
students of the importance of safety and preparedness. Teachers Tracy Hall and
Cherie LaValle are pictured with their classes.


Haley Dianne welcomed home
Jason and Emily (Parker) Lundy of Perry announce the birth of
their daughter, Haley Dianne, on Sept. 2, 2011 at 1:15 p.m. in
Capital Regional Medical Center in Tallahassee. The new arrival
weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces and was 20.5 inches long.
Mateinal grandparents are Larry and JoAnn Parker of Perry.
The baby's paieral grandparents are John and Melinda Lundy,
also of Perry.
She was welcomed home by her brother, Travis Eli Day, who is


She's one!
Starlla Slaughter, the
daughter of Ali and Willie
Slaughter, celebrates her
first birthday Tuesday,
lopv. 8. Joining ,in the
celebration' wilr be her
grandmothers Shirley
Blue and Barbara
Bennett.


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Haley Dianne Lundy


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Johnson and Mary Kate Murphy.



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First United Methodist Church
69th Annual Turkey Supper
Thursday, Nov. 10 5-7 p.m.
dine in or carry out

Homemade Turkey & Dressing wi Giblet Gravy
Sweet Potato Souffle
Green Beans Beets Cranberry Sauce
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2nd Annual Fall Women's Bazaar
Thursday, November 10'h
5:30 7:30 pm in DMH Lobby
Enjoy time out with friends and take the
opportunity to purchase Christmas gifts:
Jewelry Cosmetics
Candles* Soaps
Craft Items and More
Interested in selling items at the Bazaar?
Contact Ruth at 584-0884
for more information


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Public Notice
Dr. Eric Hensen will be closing his ENT practice in
Perry, FL effective November 10, 2011. Dr. Hensen's
patients can request their records by stopping by
DMH Medical Plaza at 555 N. Byron Butler Parkway,
Perry, FL and signing a medical release. Records
will be ready for pickup within 10 business days


transferred to another provider with the receipt
of the medical release from the new providers'
office. There will be no charge for these records.


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Victoria Parga, and (back row, from I to r) Justin McGuire, Blaine Brenner, Tyler McDonald, James Strawter and Kevin Moore.


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A-6 Perry News-Herald November 4-5, 2011


Perry 1st Church of God welcomes new pastor


Burke begins full-time ministry
The Rev. Michael T. Burke, newly elected pastor of Perry First
Church of God, will begin his full-time ministry at the church
Sunday, Nov. 6, at the 11 a.m. worship service with a sermon
entitled "God's Challenge, Our Choice."
A native of Columbus, Ohio, Burke is a veteran of the Viet Nam
War who moved to Dover, Del., and where he met and married his
wife, Nita. The couple moved to Colorado Springs, Colo. where
Mike graduated from Nazarene Bible College.
They have been successful "church planters," starting churches
and Christian schools in Delaware, Maryland, Ohio and Florida.
They have two married children, Michael and Katlyn, and three
grandchildren.
Following Sunday's service the young adults of the church will
serve light refreshments at a reception honoring the Burkes. An
installation service will be held at a later date.


Rebecca Diane Scott
Rebecca Diane Scott, age 56,
died Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011,
at Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital.
She was a native and lifelong
resident of Perry. Mrs. Scott
retired after 30 years as an
administrator with the
Department of Highway Safety


& Motor Vehicles. She played
the piano for The Cavaliers
gospel group.
She was preceded in death by
her father, Gordon P. Brown;
two brothers, Clarence Glennis
Brown and Wayne Brown.
She is survived by her
mother, Myrtice Wilson of
Perry; two sons, Chad Scott of


Cards of Thanks


Williams
Words of thanks to everyone!
Thank you for
your thoughtfulness. Your
generosity and support during
this difficult time in our lives
were greatly appreciated.
Perhaps you sent a lovely
card, or sat quietly in a chair.
Perhaps you sent flowers, if
so, we saw and received them.
Perhaps you spoke the
kindest words, as any friend
could say,
Perhaps you were not there at
all, just thought of us that day.
Whatever you did to console
our hearts, we thank you so
very much, whatever the part.
To Rev. Izell Montgomery,
"a special thank you" for your
heartfelt eulogy of condolence.
It was thoughtful and kind of
you to take the time to share
your memories of our beloved
and dear brother, dad, uncle
and cousin, 'Lee Roy Williams,'
with us. Your words were not
only a comfort, but a source of
strength for our family in this
difficult time. Thank you and
may God continue to bless you
in a special way.
The Family of the late Lee
Roy Williams

Mitchell
The family of Joyce Ann
Mitchell would like to express
our sincere gratitude to each
and everyone for the kind and
heartfelt support shown to our


family during this sorrowful
time. We would like to thank
each of you individually, and
we will, but until time permits,
please know that we are truly
grateful for everything.
God bless you,
Geraldine Slaughter, Inez
Griffin, and the family of
Joyce Ann Mitchell


93rd Homecoming at Pisgah Baptist
On Sunday, Pisgah Baptist Church will welcome former Pastor
Lamar McCray back to deliver the church's 93rd Homecoming
message. The congregation will sing and fellowship beginning at
10:30 a.m.
Services will follow at 11 a.m. with lunch being served
afterwards. A local group from Friendship Baptist will be featured
in a sing after lunch. Everyone is invited.
Want to worship on the Econfina?
On Sunday, St. James Episcopal Church will hold its 10 a.m.
worship service and celebration of the Holy Eucharist at Econfina
Resort located at the end of County Road 14 off U. S. Hwy. 98
The service will be followed by a fish fry and an afternoon of fun
and fellowship. The public is invited to attend.


Naples and Cole Scott Berman
of Tallahassee; one sister,
Virginia (Earl) Wiles of Perry;
several nieces, nephews and
cousins.
Funeral services will be held
at Joe P. Burs Funeral Home
on Saturday, Nov. 5, at 10 a.m.
with Pastor David Stephens
officiating. Interment will
follow at Carlton Cemetery.
Family will receive friends
from 6-8 p.m. today, Nov. 4, at
Bums Chapel.
Athenia White
Services for Athenia White,
90, who died Oct. 26, 2011,
have been changed to Antioch
Baptist Church on Saturday,
Nov. 5, at 1 p.m.
Services were previously
planned at New Brooklyn M.B.
Church.


Shirley Ann Bolden
Shirley Ann Bolden, age 63,
died Nov. 1, 2011, at
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
A native of Perry, she worked at
Marshall Health Facility for 27
years.
Survivors include: four
brothers, Benny (Joan) Bolden,
Clarence (Mamie) Bolden,
Henry (Sandra) Bolden, all of
Perry, and Jackie Bolden of
Tallahassee; one sister,
Jacquelyn Bolden; and a host of
other relatives.
Services will be held
Saturday, Nov. 5, at 11 a.m. at
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Keaton Beach

Fishing Report



November's fronts


bring great fishing


BY PAT MCGRIFF
onemorecast@gtcom.net
Wow, I love the fronts of
October and November as they
bring us some great fishing, if
you can hang out there. The trout
didn't move really...but man, the
water did.
Most folks gave it up and went
home, especially after fighting it
out there Saturday. This coming
weekend should see great fishing,
well for plug fishing anyway,
as the floating grass should be
blown away after this week's
w-i-n-d-s. Expect the cooler
water to have fish "ready 'to
fight" when they do hit and slow
down your presentation until you
match their new metabolism.
First, though, before the
front Friday, I had John and
Leigh Turner of White, Ga.,
out with their daughter, Heather
of Sherman Oaks, Ca., and we
brought in 18 trout with two over
20 inches and kept four of five
keeper reds!
We had bites everywhere we
fished and caught a lot of short
trout as well as those we kept..
We fished 3.5-4.5 feet of water


with live pinfish under Cajun
Thunders. Everyone who fished
caught their limit or close to it
... it was "allie allie in free" day!
Oh and one of the prettiest days
I have ever been on the water!
Keaton Beach...Hard to BEAT!
Saturday, it blew 15-18 knots
out of the north-northwest and
I had Bill Torrey of St. Simons,
Ga., out along with his son, Sam
Torrey of Atlanta, Ga., with
Monty Lewis of Thomasville,
Ga., and we caught 20 trout and
Four black sea bass. We fished
in 2 to 4 feet of water with live
pinfish and pigfish under Cajuns.
I had this same crew with me
Sunday, and despite 40 degree
tepps with 20-25. knot w-i-n-
d-_, we went out around 10 a.m.
and caught some beautiful trout
with four over 20 inches with
two of those over 22 inches.
When it was all over, around 4
p.m. we brought in 15 trout and
a Spanish. The water temp had
dropped around 8 degrees from
Saturday and. 10 degrees from
Friday,
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TAYLOR COUNTY BULLDOGS
PLAY-OFF HISTORY

* 8 District Championships
* 11 "official" Playoff Appearances (since FHSAA began keeping
records in 1963)
* 1-1 in State Championship Games


r aeY Class Coach


1968 A
1977 3A
1978 3A
1980 3A
1984 2A
1991 3A
1997 3A

1998 3A
2005 2A
2009 2B
2010 2B


C.T. Burgess
Elmer Coker
Lawrence Holt
Elmer Coker
Jack Johnson
Jack Turner
Shaw Maddox

Shaw Maddox
Price Harris
Shane Boggs
Shane Boggs


Plavoff Record (State Final)


(Lost 7-0 to Bartow)




(Won 14-6 over
Clewiston)


010
310
110
010
010
210
500

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010
010
110


1968 DISTRICT CHAMPS (lost to DeFuniak Springs Walton
13-7 first round of playoffs)
1977 DISTRICT CHAMPS (lost State Championship game to
Bartow, 7-0)
1978 DISTRICT CHAMPS (second round play-off loss to
Milton, 20-7; defeated Bolles 10-3)
1980 DISTRICT CHAMPS (first round playoff loss to Milton,
43-26)
1984 DISTRICT CHAMPS (first round loss to eventual state
champs, Port St. Joe, 25-16)
1991 DISTRICT CHAMPS (lost to eventual state champ
Alachua Santa Fe, 21-0 in state semi-finals; defeated
Bolles 6-3)
1997 DISTRICT CHAMPS AND STATE CHAMPS (Defeated
Bolles, 41-14, Trinity Christian, 33-21 and Clewiston,
14-6)
1998 District Runner-up (first-round play-off loss, Hamilton,
31-28)
2005 District Runner-up (first round playoff loss to Pensacola
Catholic, 24-16)
2009 District Runner-up (first-round playoff loss to Pensacola
Catholic, 41-35)
2010 DISTRICT CHAMPS (second round playoff loss to
Pensacola Catholic, 14-7)
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'Dogs can clinch


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ith win tonight


BY AARON PORTWOOD
Taylor County has a chance
to make history this Friday
night in their Homecoming
game at Dorsett Stadium.
In their second straight
"Battle of the Bulldogs" game,
Taylor County can clinch their
third-straight playoff berth for
the first time in school history
with a win over District 1-4A
foe Marianna.
"I hope the community is
as excited as we are about this
team. To make the playoffs three
times in three years is a big deal.
Over in Marianna, they haven't
been.to the playoffs since 2001.
They are fired up to come over
with a chance to make,it back
this year with a win over us,"
Coach Steve Price said.


"There are a lot of teams in
Florida right now who don't
have that much left to play for.
There are many teams \ ho are
out of the play-off picture and
just playing for pride at this
point. We have a chance to not
only .get in the playoffs, but I
think we can go far," Price said.
" Taylor County has advanced
to the state playoffs 11 times
since the FHSAA began
keeping official records in 1963
(see box) and this could be the
first time the Bulldogs have
done it three consecutive years.
Twice before Taylor has
advanced to the playoffs in
back-to-back years, including
1977-78, when the 1977 squad
-* Please see page 8


Darton wins Region


XVII championship


A dominating Darton College
Lady Cavaliers soccer team
left no question Saturday about
who's No. 1 in the region. Perry
natives Brooke Barton and
Savannah Cantrell both play for
the Cavaliers.
After two previous 1-1
overtime ties this season with
#4 nationally ranked rival
Georgia Perimeter College, the
#9 nationally ranked Darton
women's soccer program
pummeled its way on GPC's
home field in Clarkston, Ga.,


to a 5-2 win Saturday in the
Region XVII Championship,
In the previous meeting, two
weeks ago, Darton had out
shot GPC 18-2, but could only
manage a 1-1 tie.
"I think we finally put it all
together in our attack," Darton
coach Ken Veilands said. "We
got in on them, put ourselves
in position to score and
(Saturday) we (finally) scored."
"I don't know why, but we've
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'Dogs looking for first 'three-peat'


'DOGS
Continued from page 7
lost 7-0 to Bartow in the Class
3A state championship game,
and 1997-98, when the 1997
team won the Class 3A state
championship, 14-6 over
Clewiston.
"Our players have really
responded in practice this week.
They have had a great attitude.
I hope that we are putting it all
together at just the right time,"
Price added.
Taylor County has advanced


to the playoffs in back-to-back
years three times, including the
current streak. In 1977-78, the
Bulldogs defeated Jacksonville
Bishop Kenny (14-7), Milton
(20-12) and St. Augustine (12-
7) before falling to Bartow 7-0
in the title game.
The following year Taylor
defeated Bolles, 10-3 before
losing to Milton (20-7) in the
second round.
In 1997, the Bulldogs
defeated Hamilton County
(25-6), Holmes County (41-
0), Bolles (41-14) Jacksonville


Trinity Christian (33-21) and
finished off, the season with
a 14-6 win over Clewiston
in the, state championship
game.
The following season (1998)
the Bulldogs lost in: the first
round to Hamilton County, 31-
28 in overtime.
Taylor County's current two-
year playoff streak began in
2009 as that team finished as
runners-up in district and lost in
the first round of the playoffs to
Pensacola Catholic 41-35 in
Pensacola.


The 2010 team won the
district after posting a 10-0
regular season record then
defeated Walton 41-13 in the
first round of the playoffs before
falling to Pensacola Catholic
14-7 in Perry.
However, this year the
Bulldogs are in a different
district and different
classification.
If Taylor defeats Marianna
this Friday night, they will
travel to District 2-4A champion
Yulee for the first round of the
playoffs.


Former Taylor County High players Brooke Barton
(left) and Savannah Cantrell show off the Region XVII
trophy their team won last weekend.

SfObserving World

Sld Day of Prayer


By SARAH HALL
"Blessed are they that mourn
for they shall be comforted."--
Psalms 5:4.
Prayer list:
Prayers for the Rev. Tom and
Janie Mae Jones (son's sick),
Stephanie Lynn Simmons,
Annette Davis/granddaughter,
Gabriel Finn, Tyrone Miller,
Tedder Miller and Johnnie Bell
Lanier.
World Day of Prayer
First Bethlehem District
Association will observe
the World Day of Prayer on
Monday, Nov. 7, at Little St.
John M.B. Church. Services
begin at 7 pJm.
The Rev. Robert Butler,


pastor, invites everyone to
attend.
So Little Time
It's such a short and fragile
life we live upon this earth,
With daily hopes and daily
prayers and dreams of changing
worth;
So quickly lost--or torn to
shreds--by sinful deeds we do
and just as quick to fill with
joys in days that God renews.
A wisp of time to live and
love that passes much too fast,
with ever growing need for
loves we cherished in the past.
And so little time to find
the ways that lead to Christian
goals, and earn us blessings
from .the Lord, and sanctity of
soul. --Michael Dubina


Darton will face Brevard CC for tourney berth


FISHING REPORT
Continued from page 7


always been afraid of that
team," Veilands said. "Then
Shashanna (Campbell) beat
three defenders in the middle,
took it to the goal and scored."
Campbell's goal would
give the team the confidence
it needed to go on and find
Perimeter's net another four
times, Veilands said. Campbell,
now the NJCAA's leading goal
scorer, would score one more
before the final whistle. Haisha
Cantave, Shelby Bush and
Nikki Terrell also added goals.
For Brooke Barton this was
the second year in a row she had
faced GPC in the championship
game.
"Last year we went to
overtime and lost in PK's,"
said Barton. "Games with GPC
are always tough and physical
and Saturday was no different,
I've got the bruises to prove


it. We play a flat three in the
back and it's important that
each defender does her job. It
is such a great feeling playing
with such talented defenders
who work well together and
have each other's backs at all
times."
On Friday the Lady Cavaliers
played in the semi-final game
against Middle Georgia
College, a game they won 7-0.
Savannah Cantrell got a goal
in that game when her roommate
Paige Douglas sent a perfect
through ball to the outside that
Cantrell took straight to goal
and waited on the keeper to
commit before placing it to the
left of her outstretched hands.
"I was a little nervous against
MGC on Friday, but I was really
nervous before the Perimeter
championship game," said
Cantrell. "After the GPC game
got started the nerves go away
and you just do your job. I had
already played against my mark


three times this year, so we
pretty much knew each other's
.abilities. I'm not sure what
country she was from, but I'm
pretty sure she was saying some
not so nice things to me during
the game."
Next up for the Cavaliers is a


date next Saturday with Region
VIII Champions, Brevard CC.
The game will be played at
Darton. Winner of that game
will be 1 of 8 teams playing in
the 2011 national tournament
for the national title on Nov.
17-20.


Valdosta duo catch 25

trout with nine keepers


FISHING REPORT
Continued from page 7
From Keaton Beach Marina:
Archie and Patsy Davis of Lee
had 8 trout and one red Oct. 25,
while fishing with "pumpkin
chartreuse" under a Thunder.
Rick Schmitz and Bill
Slaughter of Valdosta and
Keaton Beach went out Saturday,
endured the wind and had a great
day with 2 reds and 9 keeper


trout. The pair caught close to 25
trout all on top water in 1 to 2 feet
of water. They went out Sunday
around 11 a.m. and fished until 2
p.m. and caught close to 20 trout
with pin fish under a Cajun and
released all they caught and just
had a blast.
By the way Bill's boat was the
only one we saw Sunday. Most
folks turned tail and ran home,
afraid to fish in the 20-25 knot
w-i-n-d.


New Beginning Church will

observe Family, Friend Day

CHURCH
Continued from page 6

Pastors gather together Sunday
The Perry Alliance of Ministers and Pastors will meet Sunday at
2 pm. in Little St. John M.B. Church. All pastors in the community
are invited.

Family, Friend Day observed
New Beginning Church will observe Familiy and Friend Day on
Sunday at 2 p.m. Guest speaker and musician will be the Rev.
Willie Thomas of Dunnellon. Everyone is invited to attend; dinner
will be served following services.

Ash to speak in Steinhatchee
Friendship Chapel Church of God invites everyone to
Homecoming 2011 on Nov. 6, featuring as special guests the Rev.
Eldon Ash, the Rev. Audie Ash and the singing Stout Family along
with Pastor Wilbur Overstreet.
The service will be followed by "a feast!"; everyone is invited to
come and dine. The church is located on Hwy. 51 in Steinhatchee,
one-half mile from Dollar General.
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B-1 Perry News-Herald November 4-5,2011


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Lee promoted
Major Lee Beach, left, regional commander for the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission, congratulates Lt. Scott Lee on his promotion to patrol
supervisor of Taylor County and to the rank of lieutenant. Lee will be in charge of the
six FWC officers in Taylor County. These officers are responsible for inland and marine
resource protection.


New website helps parents follow

their children's progress in school


Ever wonder if your children
are telling the truth when
they say they don't have any
homework tonight?
Thanks to a new parent portal
system called "Focus," parents
of Taylor County School
District students simply have
to turn on their computers to
check on their child's school
progress.
"Every school throughout the
district is using a new parent
portal system called Focus.
Focus has replaced Edline,
and is a complete Internet
solution program that serves
as a companion web site to the
district's website. It is a secure
and easy way for students and
their parents to keep up-to-
date by accessing important


information and improving
communication between school
and -home" Superintendent of
Schools Paul Dyal said.
With Focus, parents can
continue to do what they could
with Edline and even more,
including:
Check their children's
current grades
See what homework their
children haven't turned in
View attendance information
Know when their children
have received disciplinary
referrals
"For students to succeed
academically, it's critical that
their parents be highly involved
in their education. Focus is
an easy-to-use system that
allows parents to continually


monitor their children's grades
throughout the year, so there are
no surprises when report cards
are sent home," Dyal noted.
Parents should have received
a copy of their Focus username
and password. If you have
yours, go to http://focus.taylor.
kl2.fl.us to login.
If you're a parent and
have not received your code,
please contact the -Focus
administrator for your child's
school: Steinhatchee School,
Linda Fix; Perry Primary,
Jack Palaio; Thylor County
Elementary, Shelly Strickland;
Thylor County Middle School,
Priscilla Tripp; Taylor County
High School, Alicia Beshears;
and Taylor Technical Institute,
George Clayton.


Discounted microchip service

offered Saturday at vet clinic


The

unwritten

leaf-raking

law


There were several unwritten laws that
governed the Legget household at South Center
Street. Raking leaves was at the top on Mama's
priority list.
With a span of five acres to cover this was never
a small undertaking. It was a mission mama took
seriously at least once a week year round. In the
fall of the year the endeavor increased with the
abundance of falling leaves from the huge oak
trees that were scattered on the property. Those
oak trees caused a love-hate reaction in me.
They were my best friends in the hot muggy
days of summer when I would crawl up as high
as possible to settle amongst the coolness of the
green leaves. Once the hot days of summer gave
way to the first signs of fall the friendly green
leaves took on a golden brown color that signaled
their soon descent to the ground. The first day
or two of swirling leaves were fun as we raced
to catch them as they made their journey to the
ground. By the third or fourth day they became
the enemy when they formed a pile on the ground
that drew mama's eagle eye. Mama could not
stand the sight of a sitting pile of leaves. It must
have been some kind of mind trigger that turned
her into the leaf patrol the moment she spied the
sitting leaves.
"When you get home from school today, we'll
rake leaves," said mama. The fateful day had
arrived. I tried to drag the school day out thinking
I could make it longer so night would fall by the
time the school bus deposited me on Center Street.
Of course it never worked. The sun would be
brightly shining and mama would have the rakes
lined up by the front porch so they were the first
thing you spotted when the bus doors opened. My
little sister Dale and I would drag our feet in slow
motion the five or six steps it took to reach our
front yard. The only reprieve we had was a snack
to give us the needed energy for the afternoon of
hard labor we faced.
Mama took yard raking seriously. You didn't
just pick up the rake and randomly rake, you
followed an outline. My area was usually the front
of the yard from the sidewalk around the east side
to the back of the house. As an adult I had the
opportunity to stand in the yard and recall the task
that seemed so impossible when I was a child. It
amazed me to realize the area that seemed so vast
was really very small. Woulda been neat to have
had adult reasoning on those long ago days when
my leaf-raking was such a big undertaking. Oh
well, as I said, mama took her job seriously and


we were expected to exhibit the same enthusiasm
to ensure not a single leaf remained in the Leggett
yard when night arrived.
As I look back on those days I remember things
I was not aware of as a child. The job at this point in
my life was to remove the leaves and win mama's
approval by a job well done. Now, I see the value
of the lesson mama was teaching us. We learned
to appreciate the feeling of accomplishing an
assigned task to completion. We learned to desire
neatness in our surroundings, and we learned to
work together for the common good of all. A fact
that was driven home on several occasions when
we scattered the leaves or missed so many we had
to re-do our job. The best treat at the end of the
day was the smell of burning leaves. Nowadays
we have bum laws that prohibit this pleasure.
While I realize the necessity of the law, I mourn
for the smell that was so much a part of my
childhood.
Life-long lessons that are taken to heart will
remain a part of your life forever. Mama taught
me well. I am now the official leaf patrol at my
home. The urge to rake takes on strong yearnings
right about this time each year. I am a number
one leaf raker. Following mama's example I
passed the tradition along to my children. They
cooperated, most of the time with a planned
rebellion thrown in once and a while. Our oldest,
Vickie said she had the same feeling of panic as I
did when the school bus doors opened to the sight
of me standing in the front yard with rake in hand.
Now the problem I face each year is getting
my grandkids in line to do what mama had us
do when we were their age. They do really well
getting the leaves in piles. Then I hear the sound
of laughter as they ride their bikes at full speed to
destroy the neat piles of leaves we had worked so
hard to make. But, I'm a pushover for the sound
of children's laughter and true to form I join right
in. I've even been known to grab a bike and make
the wild ride through the leaf pile with the giggles
of my grandchildren echoing across the yard.
I've realized it may not be their fault. I've got a
feeling mama taught us to love leaf raking so well I
don't want to share the joy I am overwhelmed with
as I personally.deposit each leaf into the growing
piles. But, I carry on with the determination to
keep this tradition alive and well even though I
sense a rebellion growing among my subjects. I
pledge to remain true to this calling even if I have
to perform it all by myself. Long live the Leaf
Patrol!


The Taylor County Veterinary
Medical Association and
Helping Hands of the Shelter,
Inc., volunteers will offer pet
microchips on Saturday, Nov.
5, from 9 a.m. until noon, in
the parking lot of the former
Jackson Furniture Store.
"The response of the
community to this service has
been very good. Taylor County
Animal Control Coordinator
Carrie Smith said they have
been able to return twice as
many lost animals as a result

Veterans Breakfast
will be this Saturday
American Legion and the
VFW will host the annual
"Veterans Breakfast" Saturday,
Nov. 5, from 7:30-9:30 a.m.
All veterans and their families
are invited. The breakfast will
be held at the American Legion/
VFW building, located at the
corer of Center Street and
Veterans Drive.


of pets having the microchip,"
volunteers said.
"The $20 fee is an inexpensive
way to ensure your pet has a
permanent ID. The rabies tag,
which may be used to identify
an animal's owner, can be
easily lost. Knocking on doors
and putting up. posters may


not yield results if the animal
has wondered far from the
neighborhood."
The Taylor County Veterinary
Medical Association, along with
PAWS volunteers, will provide
the microchip opportunity
to Steinhatchee residents on
Saturday, Nov. 12.


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films, Eastwood takes on Hoover


The holiday season is almost upon us, meaning
Hollywood is readying its latest barrage of family
fare and Oscar hopefuls.
We start with this weekend, which brings us
two new movies, neither of which fall into those
categories.
"Tower Heist" is an ensemble comedy from
director Brett Ratner ("Rush Hour," "X-Men:
The Last Stand") starring Ben Stiller and Eddie
Murphy. When a rich tycoon (Alan Alda, "The
West Wing") swindles a building's worth of
employees out of their savings, they join together
to steal their money back. Led by Stiller, they enlist
the help of a criminal acquaintance
(Murphy). The would-be thieves
also include Matthew Broderick
("The Producers") and Gabourey
Sidibe ("Precious"). While the film
is trying to ride the wave of anti-
rich sentiment in the air, the trailers
don't inspire a lot of confidence for
the final product.
The movie is rated PG-13 for
language and sexual content.
It's been three years since their
adventure in Guantanamo Bay, and
now stoner pals Harold (John Cho)
and Kumar (Kal Penn) are back
in "A Very Harold & Kumar 3D
Christmas." Harold and Kumar
have grown apart, but a holiday
mishap sends the pair in search
of the perfect Christmas tree. Of
course, no trip with them goes
according to plan, and as usual, it d ..
will involve Neil Patrick Harris. ..a -
Since their last movie together,
Penn took a job in the Obama
administration and Cho became
Sulu in the "Star Trek" reboot.
The movie is rated R for strong
crude and sexual content, graphic
nudity, pervasive language, drug
use and some violence.
Next weekend we get three
movies, including "Immortals,"
which combines the Greek
mythology of "Clash of the Titans"
with the film-making style of
"300" to tell the story of Theseus (Henry Cavill,
"The Tudors"), a mortal chosen by Zeus to fight
against King Hyperion, who is trying to wipe
out humanity. "Immortals" has the very stylized,
green-screen film work we saw in "300," and with
that film's sequel still in pre-production, this one
could find some legs.
The movie is rated R for sequences of strong
bloody violence, and a scene of sexuality.
In "J. Edgar," Leonardo DiCaprio takes on the
famed (and infamous) head of the FBI who led
the agency for almost 50 years. There's a lot of
controversy surrounding the larger-than-life figure,
from his reported files on everyone, including
presidents, to his supposed homosexuality, so
there's no telling exactly what light will be shone
by director Clint Eastwood, who is looking to
rebound from last year's "Hereafter." DiCaprio has
been getting Oscar buzz seemingly before filming
even began on this project. Based on the trailers
(which show the actor playing Hoover through all
50 years of his tenure), he's probably a shoe-in for
the nomination.
The film is rated R for brief strong language.
Rounding out the weekend is "Jack and Jill,"
in which Adam Sandler's Jack tries to survive
Thanksgiving, which includes a visit from his twin
sister Jill (also played by Sandler). In a seemingly
odd career choice, Al Pacino ("The Godfather")
plays himself falling for Jill. Director Dennis Dugan
is a frequent partner with Sandler, who he directed
in "Happy Gilmore" and "Big Daddy." One has
to wonder, however, if the ship on actors playing
multiple characters in the same movie sailed years
ago with Eddie Murphy. I guess only time will
tell.
The movie is rated PG for crude and sexual


humor, language, comic violence and brief
smoking.
The weekend of Nov. 18 brings a musical sequel
and what has to be the one anticipated movie of
the fall.
Up first we have "Happy Feet Two," the follow-
up to the Academy Award-winning animated film
about those singing and dancing penguins of the
South Pole. This time around, Mumble's (Elijah
Wood) son is the one struggling to fit in. Adding to
their woes, the whole penguin nation is threatened
when they're trapped by falling ice. The already
large cast of the first film grows here with more
penguins, more sea lions and more
krill. Fans of the first film should
be pleased that director George
Miller is back, but the trailers have
done a rather poor job of giving the
sequel its own identity.
The movie is rated PG for some
rude humor and mild peril.
Twi-hards take heart, the first
half of the final movie based on the
works of author Stephanie Meyer is
almost here: "The Twilight Saga:
SBreaking Dawn (Part One)." In
this one, Bella (Kristen Stewart)
and Edward (Robert Pattinson)
finally tie the knot and consummate
their romance. The result is a
pregnant Bella, which draws the ire
of vampires and werewolves alike
with concerns over just what the
baby will turn out to be. I'm sure
there will be plenty of brooding
vampires and shirtless werewolves
to go around.
The film is rated PG-13 for
disturbing images, violence.
sexuality/partial nudity and some
thematic elements.
The last weekend of the month
is also Thanksgiving weekend so
all three family-oriented movies
opening in wide release will hit
theaters early on Wednesday.
"Arthur Christmas" is getting
an early start on the next holiday,
telling the story of the Santa Claus
family, including young Arthur. Although the
initial teasers were more annoying than funny.
Aardman Animations ("Wallace and Grommit")
have finally released a full trailer giving a better
idea of the plot, which actually looks promising.
After discovering that the massive, high-tech Santa
operation accidentally left one good child toyless,
Arthur sets out to save her Christmas.
The movie is rated PG for some mild rude
humor.
With "Hugo," director Martin Scorsese gives us
both his first children's movie as well as his first
3-D film. Based on the book from Brian Selznich,
"Hugo" follows a young boy (Asa Butterfield,
"Nanny McPhee Returns") who strives to unlock
the mystery surrounding an automaton left behind
by his late father with the help of a girl (Chloe
Moretz, "Let Me In") he meets in the streets.
Scorsese is one of the greatest filmmakers working
today and it will be very interesting to see what he
does outside his usual comfort zone.
The film is rated PG for mild thematic material,
some action/peril and smoking.
Wrapping up the weekend and the month is "The
Muppets," the first theatrical film featuring Jim
Henson's creations in 12 years. In this one, several
Muppet fans strive to reunite the gang to save their
old theater from being destroyed. Although the
marketing team behind "The Muppets" has created
some hilarious parody trailers, they have not done
a great job of letting us know exactly what the
movie is about, which could hurt it in what should
be a very busy holiday weekend. There are also
the concerns over just what Disney will do to the
beloved franchise.
The movie is rated PG for some mild rude
humor.


IC A LDO I E V E T S I


OCT. 12 Nov. 6
The Hippodrome Theatre in
Gainesville presents 'Turn of
the Screw." Based on the classic
ghost story, this psychological
thriller brings Henry James's
novella to the stage. A young
governess journeys to a lonely
English manor house to care
for two orphaned children in
what she considers a dream
job. But her dream turns into
a nightmare as the house's
spectral inhabitants soon reveal
themselves. Ticket prices vary
depending on showtime and can
be purchased by calling 352-375-


4477 or online at thehipp.org.
Nov. 11-12
The Young Actors Theatre
begins its 2011-12 season with
"Seussical the Musical'" The
Cat in the Hat is your host and
emcee (an all-around mischief
maker) in this romp through the
Seuss classics. The performance
schedule is as follows: Nov. 11-12
and 17-19 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov.
13 and 20 at 2 and 7 p.m. A
special abbreviated performance
for younger children will be held
Nov. 19 at 10:30 a.m. Advance
tickets, which go on sale Nov.
7, are $18 for adults, $16 for


students and seniors, and $14 for
children under 12. To purchase
tickets, call 850-386-6602 or visit
www.youngactorstheatre.com.


Nov. 4
The Sandy Hall Gallery in Perry
will host a poetry reading from
7 to 10 p.m. The event will
feature an open mike from 7 to
9, followed by a reading from
Raphael Ashanti.


Call 850-584-5513 to
add your event today.


When your chances to succeed
are limited, opportunities can
arrive through the most unusual
avenues.
In "Intimate Apparel." the
latest production from the
Florida State University School
of Theatre, Esther is an African
American woman in 1905 New
York City, and as such her
chances are indeed limited by
both society and circumstance.
Her ability to sew beautiful
lingerie, however, puts her
skills in high demand from
women throughout society and
gives her a chance to find her
way.
Presented on the intimate
stage of The Lab Theatre, the
play presents a story about
love, race, class, gender and
the dreams we all have for
something more.
While her work allows her
to be mostly independent,
Esther (FSU senior Hadiyyah
Smith) is turning 35 and longs
to find love. Her landlord, Mrs.


B-2 Perry News-Herald November4-5,2011


S" 1 These'Boots' were made for laughing


By MARK VIOLA
When "Shrek" hit theaters in 2011, it changed
the game in animation. It showed Dreamworks
Animation was ready to tangle with Pixar both
creatively and at the box office. Ten years later,
the movie is still one of the highest grossing
animated films in history.
"Shrek" was followed in 2004 with a sequel that
lived up to its predecessor's wit and humor. The
third movie, released in 2007, sadly did not. Then
last year we presumably got the final "Shrek" film
and while it still did not meet the standard set by
the first two movies, it did manage to send the
franchise off on a better note.
The question then was whether ..
there was any life left to be found
in the world Shrek left behind.
With the arrival of the spin-off,
"Puss in Boots," it's safe to say
the answer is yes, even though the
movie succeeds because, for the
most part, it leaves the trappings
of the Shrek universe behind for
fresher territory.
Sure, we have Humpty Dumpty,
magic beans and more, but in
"Puss in Boots," the fairy tale
elements feel more like window
dressings than the primary focus.
The result is a wonderfully
animated adventure tale with
plenty of heart, fire and soul. .-
We first met Puss in Boots in '
"Shrek 2" as a hired assassin sent after our ogre
hero but who instead joins him in his adventures.
The Spanish-flavored feline, voiced by Antonio
Banderas, remained a fixture in the series and one
of its most popular secondary characters.
In "Puss in Boots," we find Puss long before
his adventures with Shrek and company. Instead
of the land of Far Far Away, the action is set in a
more traditional Spanish landscape, although still
populated with characters from our favorite fairy
tales. Puss is a feared outlaw trying to clear his
name and honor. When he learns the notorious
Jack and Jill (Billy Bob Thorton, "Bad Santa,"
and Amy Sedaris,"Elf') have found the legendary
magic beans, he sets out to to steal them, taking
him to new levels of adventure as well sending
face-to-face with his past.
Puss' first attempt to steal the beans is interrupted
by another cat burglar. Kitty Soft Paws (Salma
Hayek,."Once Upon a Time in Mexico"). He soon
learns she is working for Humpty Dumpty (Zach


Galifianakis, "The Hangover"), who long ago
betrayed him, putting him on the wrong side of
the law.
If they're ever going to find the golden goose,
however, they're going to have to work together.
The basic story is one of a Spanish-inspired
Western in the vein of "Desparado" and "Once
Upon a Time in Mexico," which (in no coincidence
I'm sure) both starred Banderas and Hayek.
It works because the film takes itself seriously,
or at least enough so the audience cares about the
characters and their plight. Strip away the fairy
tales and the fact that the main characters are a
pair of cats and a walking egg, and you have a
.,is, I rather dramatic tale of betrayal,
wm revenge and lost honor.
That's not to say "Puss in
Boots" is lacking in the humor
department. Free from the standard
Shrek world, the film is able to
stretch its legs and the jokes feel
fresh. Cat lovers should definitely
find the laughs, even if they are
called strange at one point.
As we've come to expect from
the original "Shrek" movies,
many of the jokes will have the
Skids in stitches, while the rest will
entertain the older members of the
OTS': audience.
OTS! Banderas has been hilarious in
the role of Puss since his first scene
in "Shrek 2," and proves here that
he can keep up that pace through an entire movie.
After their work together in multiple films, it
should be no surprise that he and Hayek had great
chemistry, even in voice work. Humpty Dumpty
may be an unlikely villain, but Galifianakis gives
him just the right amount of manic energy to be
delightfully bad while also being sympathetic
enough to keep the character redeemable.
The animation itself is very pretty, ahd the
Dreamworks crew does a good job capturing the
lighting and ambiance one would expect from a
western. The human character designs provide a
nice continuity to those of the "Shrek" films so
while it may not be Far Far Away, it still feels
connected.
"Puss in Boots" is a surprise, escaping
the overdone world of "Shrek" and creating
something fresh, funny and adventurous, proving
the some things really do have nine lives.
The film is rated PG for some adventure action
and mild rude humor.


Dickson (Dametria Selmore),
suggests she find a man that will
help her improve her financial
social standing, an idea Esther
spurns.
Everything changes,
however, when she receives a
letter from George (freshman
Tyreek Greene). a laborer
working on the Panama Canal.
With the help of two friendly
customers- the wealthy
(and white) Mrs. Van Buren
(Michelle Pariseau) and the
Tenderloin district prostitute
Mayme (Jasmine Jordan)--she
writes back and begins a long-
distance relationship with a
man she has never seen.
Her life grows even more
complicated when George
wants to come to New York
City while Esther finds herself
confused about her feeling over
the Jewish businessman Mr.
Marks (Britt Michael Gordon)
who sells her the material for
her creations.
Playwright Lynn Nottage is


Esther (FSU senior Hadiyyah Smith) is looking for love
in "Intimate Apparel," opening tonight (Friday) at The
Lab Theatre in Tallahassee.


able to weave these varying
characters in a wonderful and
tragic tapestry that examine
very serious issues in a very
personal story. Bringing
her words to the stage is an
excellent cast from FSU, led by
Smith, who is on stage for the
length of the play, which runs
for almost two and a half hours
including the intermission.
The scenic design by Jason
Strom is beautiful, allowing the
small stage of The Lab Theatre
to serve as all five bedrooms in
which the action takes place.
"Intimate Apparel" is a
thought-provoking, funny and
tragic tale with just a bit of
delightful "naughty" on the
side.
The play contains material
which may be inappropriate for
audiences under the age of 13.
The production opens tonight
(Friday) and will continue
through Nov. 13. Showtimes
are Nov. 4-5 and 9-12 at 8 p.m.
and Nov. 6 and 13 at 2 p.m.
Tickets are $20 for adults,
$18 for seniors (62+) and
$10 for students. To purchase
tickets, call (850-644-6500 or
visit online at tickets.fsu.edu.
The Lab Theatre is located
at 502 South Copeland St.
Parking is available in the lot
surrounding the building as well
as the adjacent parking garage.







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B-4 Perry News-Herald November 4-5, 2011


SGraham-Paige


plant destroyed


by fire, other


Buildings saved


The Graham Paige mill was located on the back side. of the Granger neighborhood, bordered by Highway 27 East
and Old Dixie Highway.
NEW MODEL'614"
Wilson Lumber Co. & Graham Paige Mills fISSENE


Lumber, carparts & more


By SAM REGISTER
Memoirs of an Octogenarian
The Wilson Lumber Co./Graham Paige
mills were jointly established in Perry in
1928, or there about.
The Graham Paige Motor Car Co., a
subsidiary, or closely related company of
the Dodge Motor Car Company, built a
million dollar finishing plant just outside
of what was then the Perry city limits,
south, to process hardwood lumber,
furnished by the WUSon, Lumber Co.,
into wooden autdtnobile' bidy' parts
which most, if not all, automobile
manufacturers featured at the time.
Graham Paige utilized the plant for
the purpose intended for about a year at
which time it, and all other automobile
makers, converted to all-steel bodies,
so that it went out of business in Taylor


County about as soon as it started. Later,
in 1932, give or take a year, Philco Radio
and Television of Philadelphia, leased
the plant and manufactured "knocked-
down" radio cabinets utilizing lumber
furnished by the Wilson Lumber Co.
SThe wooden parts so produced were
shipped to Philadelphia for assembly.
After some 18 months, the company
decided the venture was not profitable
and the company went out of business
in ,Perry.
Th'e^ A Wiri kL Ltmber Company
continued in business for a number of
years pursuant to its beginning as a
partner of the Graham Paige people, and
was finally acquired and operated for a
time by the "Granger Brothers" of Lake
City, Fla., and then it burned to the
ground some time, I think, in the 1940s.


A q lance at tlhe yast

GOOD DEALS FOR
COLD WEATHER


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD


'November 4, 1976

TAYLOR VOTERS
GO FOR CARTER
On the basis of unofficial
returns following Election
Tuesday, Jimmy Carter wag
chosen as President of the
United States with 272 electoral
votes--two more than needed
for victory.
The newspaper noted that
Carter was the first president
elected from the Deep South
since Zachary Taylor's election
in 1848.


Locally, Democrat challenger
Margaret Hamby defeated
Republican incumbent Wayne
Parker as Supervisor of
Elections and John R. Lundy
defeated W. F "Bill" Outland
in the only contested School
Board race.

1617 TAKE
FLU SHOTS
The Department of Health
reported a good turnout of
Taylor Countians who wanted
the swine flu shots; with
100 injections in Steinhatchee
and more than 1500
administered by the Department
of Health.


SPerryV November 4-5, 2011
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Thermos brand snack jars
were 69 cents at Scottie Drugs--
perfect for. soups in lunch boxes.
The store also offered Vicks
Nyquil for $1.77 and Smuckers
grape jelly for 79 cents.
Blankets were "two for $11"
at Top Dollar Stores.
Del Monico steaks were
$2.19 a pound at Town Square
Grocery "where you could rake
in the bargains" on ground beef
(69 cents a pound) and picnic
hams (59 cents a pound).

NEW BABIES
Candace (Candy) Elaine
Murphy was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Roger Murphy on Oct. 23
at Tallahassee Memorial. She
weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces.
Please see page 5

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Last week's featured
photographs from McDonald
Lumber Company earned the
attention of a few Carters in this
town. The gentlemen pictured with
the loaded truck were identified in
the Oct. 28-29 edition as A. C. Clark
and son. They should have been
identified as A,C. Carter and his
brother, "Son" (James Adolphus)
Carter. Both worked for McDonald
Lumber: A.C. in the millyard
and Son as a truck driver. We
appreciate the faithful readers of
this Looking Back page, and always
welcome additional information on
the county's rich history.


Editor's Note: The following
information is from an article in the
Dec. 31, 1942, edition of the Taylor
County News.
Shortly after six o'clock
this morning, Thursday,
fire almost completely
destroyed the plant of the
Graham-Paige Body Works,
situated near the Wilson
Lumber Mill, both of which
are being dismantled by
the government, which will
turn the machinery over to
the British government for
shipment to India.
Energetic work by the
Perry Fire Department
saved the dry shed and
lumber piles at the west
side of the planing mill, the


A peculiar thing happened to my
niece on her fifth birthday last month.
She didn't have a growth spurt
that made her a foot taller. She didn't
begin speaking in strange tongues.
Or, suddenly understand quantum
physics. What happened to her was she
learned how to be bored.
I didn't realize there was something
different about Kennadie until a few
afternoons after her birthday when I
was charged with after-school childcare
duties.
After five years of me baby sitting
and her uncle-sitting, she stepped off
of the school bus, walked inside the
house, and sat down beside me as I
worked on my laptop. I noticed her
cutting her eyes at me, so I turned and
asked, "What's wrong?"
That's when she announced, "I'm
bored."
"You're what?"
"I'm bored," she answered.
"How can a four-year-old child be
bored?" I asked.
"I'm five," she quickly corrected me.
"And, that's why I'm bored."
"I've never heard of anyone being
bored because. they were five," I
replied.
"You wasn't bored when you was
five?" she asked.
"No," I said 'and changed the TV
channel to one of her favorite cartoons.
"There. You like this show."
She sighed as she settled back in
the chair to watch the cartoon, and I
turned my attention back to the work
on my laptop. Two minutes later, she
sat up and announced again, "I'm
bored."
I stopped typing and said, "I thought
you liked this show."
"I liked it when I was four."
"But now you're five," I said and
looked around for something to cure
her boredom. As I did, I wondered if
I had learned to be bored by the time
I was five. But, just as quickly as the


firemen working under a
handicap of no water. The
big water tanks had already
been taken down, and the
small tank which supplied
water to the boilers, was
empty. The firemen used
the supply of 175 gallons in
the firetruck's booster tank.
It is said that the
watchman who went off
duty at six o'clock, reported
there was no sign of fire
until flames appeared all
at once, enveloping the
workshop in the plant. Two
freight cars were destroyed
along with the planing mill.
Some crated machinery
and pipe from the dry kiln
stored in the plant also
burned, besides many tools
of the workmen engaged in
dismantling.
Excellent work was done
by the Perry firemen, whose
work saved the dry shed and
lumber, and also the Wilson
mill, which had been torn
down and the machinery
packed in crates on the site.
As of the origin of the fire,
no one seem. to know, and
an investigation is being
made.
Chief Folsom and his
men stayed on the job over
tw hoo and they saved
most pse~iv under the
most severe conditions.


thought crossed my mind, the answer
followed. No.
I was never bored as a child, and I
rarely find myself bored now. I think
it's because when I was a child my
mother and grandparents knew the
cure for boredom. Their cures for
boredom involved tasks and chores.
:My grandfather's cure was having
bored children do all the tasks he
could no longer do, like cleaning his
rabbit and chicken pens, washing his
truck, and pulling weeds out of his
garden. Assigning chores was my
grandmother's and mother's cure. If
children even looked bored around
them, .they passed out chores, like
cleaning our messy bedroom, mopping
floors, washing dishes and raking the
yard. In hindsight, it's no wonder we
never claimed to be bored.
With my mother's and grandparents'
chore-based cure for boredom in mind,
I turned to my niece and said, "If you're
still bored, I can find you something to
do."
"What?" she asked.
"Well, I can find something for you
to clean up."
"Are you gonna help me?" she
asked.
"No," I answered. "I'm not the one
bored." Then I asked, "Well, what do
you want to do so you won't be bored?"
I wasn't expecting her response.
"I won't be bored if you get off the
computer," she looked directly at me
and responded.
Kennadie has practically grown up
sitting on the desk next to my laptop
or computer monitor, and a few
times during the past year or so, I've
suspected that she was a little annoyed
with me being on the computer when
I should be spending time with her.
Now I know, a four-year-old might be
annoyed and think it, but a five-year-
old will say it.
Especially a five-year-old who has
learned how to be bored.


Car parts produced in Perry were used in a"variety of
automobiles.


Remember when...


Learning to be bored


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B-5 Perry News-Herald November 4-5, 2011


Bulldogs defeat Madison 35-12; trick-or-treaters cover town


GLANCE ATTHE PAST
Continued from page 4
Jeremy Ryan Bell was born
at Doctors' Memorial Hospital
(DMH) to Mr. and Mrs. Danny
Bell on Oct. 22, weighing 8
pounds, 13 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Rocky
Anderson announced the birth
of a daughter, Joy Deshona, on
Oct. 26 at DMH. The new


arrival weighed 7 pounds, 4
ounces.
NOVEMBER
WEDDINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ward
announced the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Debra Ann Carter, to,
William Lonnie Mixon. A Nov.
26 wedding was planned in St.


James Episcopal Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stratton
announced the forthcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Pamela Griffin, to Gary
Crosby. A Nov. 6 wedding was
planned in the Church of God
on Highway 221 North.
GRIDIRON ACTION
Bish Clark and Bucky


Odom were pictured in this
week's edition as Marion
Institute prepared to square off
on the gridiron with Kemper
Military Institute for
Homecoming.
Taylor County's Bulldogs
came from behind to hand
their Madison County rivals a
35-12 defeat. Kenny Crews
got the first touchdown for
the Bulldogs, followed


by Tracy Maxwell.
TRICK OR TREATERS
COVER THE TOWN
Brother Goblin Keith Jones
and Sister Witch, Dulcie,
were pictured in their frightful
Halloween attire, along with
Lisa Hingson and Marie Morris
who "found the pumpkin,"
following the Halloween trail


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Auction, Saturday, Nov. 12, at 6:30 p.m.
1693 S.W. Moseley Hall Rd. (Cr360)
Madison. Details coming. You will not
want to miss this auction, comfy seats,
air conditioned/heated food and lots of
fun. Watch for Our Huge Annual
Christmas Auction Saturday, Nov. 26.
10% Buyers Premium. Mc, Visa,
Discover, Debit Cards, Checks And
Cash Accepted. Au691 Ron Cox.
Ab2490.


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Yard Sale, Saturday at 8 a.m., a couple
of houses past Graves Drive-In on left.
11/04

Yard Sale, Saturday 8 until. At 413 N.
Orange St. (on corner). Lots of stuff,
new items, furniture, electronics,
exercise bike, toys, clothes, too much
to list.
11/04


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ESTATE SALE
UNDER THE BIG TOP
NEW & USED ITEMS PRICED TO SELL

Furniture Appliances
$ and $2 DVD's (Music & Games)
Lots of Kitchen Items
Christmas Decorations
Scentsy Candles & Accessories
Tools Junior Designer Clothes
SAdult Handicap Items
*ALL HOUSEHOLD ITEMS

1775 US Hwy 19 North
Next to the Sports Complex
\ LOOK FOR SIGNS NO'EARLY BIRDS PLEASE ,
1---------------------- '**


Yard sale, Saturday, Nov. 5, 6 a.m. till
noon. Various household items. 319
Planation Rd.
11/02-11/04

Yard sale, 2530 Mixon Road, Friday
and Saturday, Nov. 4 & 5,
entertainment center, TV table, misc.
tools, etc. 8 a.m.- until.
11/02, 11/04

Yard Sale: everything must go, tearing
house down, next door to 712 N. Wilder
Street. Saturday, Nov. 5, 8 a.m. until.
11/02,11/04

Rummage Sale, Friday and Saturday,
Nov. 4 & 5, 7 a.m. 3 p.m. A little of
everything. At dead end of Turner
Road. Look for signs.
11/02, 11/04
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Yard sale, Saturday, Nov. 5, 8 a.m. -
noon, 4134 Johnson Stripling Rd., 4th
driveway on the right past Friendship
Baptist Church. Look for signs. Toolbox
for full size truck, truck rims (4),
furniture, baby, kids and adult clothes
and much more.
11/04


Huge Christmas Decorations Sale.
Everything must go. Saturday, Nov. 5, 8
a.m.-11 a.m. 1000 S. Orange Street.
11/04

Moving Sale, Saturday, Nov. 5, 802
Southwood Drive. Everything must go.
11/04

Yard sale, Saturday, Nov. 5, 8 a.m. until.
1501 W. Ash Street. Epson printer,
board games, books, computer games,
new and used clothing, and much
more. Great prices!
11/04

Big two family yard sale, 8 a.m. 12
p.m. No early birds, little bit of
everything. 2780 W. Page Rd. (off of
Woods Creek Rd.).
11/04

Yard sale Saturday, Nov. 5, 7:30 a.m.
until, 112 Maple Dr. off of Ash St.
scanner, fax machine, TV, boys clothes,
girl clothes, various household items,
toys, DVDs, books.
11/04

Yardsale Saturday, Nov. 5, 8 a.m. 2
p.m., 1310 Pinecrest St. furniture, toys,
kids clothes.
11/04


Brenda's Garage Sale
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 4 and Nov. 5,
8 a.m. 6 p.m. rain or shine. Tree
lounge treestand, refrigerator, stove,
chest freezer, dishhwasher, 2 trailers,
aluminum grill, twin bed with drawers,
rollaway bed, recliner, name brand
purses and shoes. Too much to list.
11/04

3 Family Yard Sale in Lake Bird,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 3,
4 and 5, toys, furniture, student desk,
clothes, tools, jackets and much more
11/04

Big Bend Hospice Yard Sale Saturday,
Nov. 5, 8 a.m. 1 p.m. at DMH Palza
555 N Byron Butler Pkwy. Household
items, bed frame, clothes, Christmas
items, bedding, etc. 50/50 tickets (need
not be present to win) bake sale, other
vendors who purchase table space for
their goods, all proceeds and table
sales go to Big Bend Hospice of Taylor
County. Call Mary Ann 850-295-4985
for information.
11/04

Big Yard Sale Friday and Saturday at
2220 Green Farm Rd, corner of Agner
Acres. Furniture, refrigerator, air
conditioner, dishes, microwave, 2 carts,
CDs, videos, lots of good buys.
11/04


Yard Sale Saturday, Nov. 5, 8 a.m 12
p.m. 3888 Foley Cut Off Rd.
Housewares, toys, clothes, crafts etc.
11/04

Two family yard sale, Saturday, 8 a.m.
until, 702 S. Washington, behind Dr.
Schlick's office. Two bikes, king size
headboard, antique dressing table,
nightstands, kitchen items, linens,
children's clothes, jewelry, as well as
lots of other misc. items
11/04

Huge 6 family yard sale, Saturday, Nov.
5, 8 a.m. until. Electronics, furniture,
housewares, cookware, glassware,
fabric, exercise equpiment, jewelry,
toys, clothing, camper topper and
much more. Past TTI, on left, next to
Big Bend Marine, old pawn shop.
11/04

3 Family yard sale Saturday 8 a.m. 2
p.m. at 1864 Hwy. 221 N. between
Dollar General and Graves Drive-In.
11/04

Multi-family yard sale, Saturday, at
1106 E. Julia St. 8 a.m. until. A little bit
of everything.
11/04


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Yard Sale, Saturday, 8 until 4 p.m. at
3400 Arrowhead Lane. Home interior
and Christmas decorations, dishes,
lamps, linens, bedding, picture frames,
clothes, candles, silk flowers and
greenery.
11/04

Friday & Saturday, Nov. 4 & 5, 9 a.m.
until ? 3498 Hwy. 19 South (Taylor
Storage Center across from Taylor
Tech.) Leather jacket, winter sweater,
Christmas decorations, Futon bed,
LCD monitor, Xbox & Play Station 2
games, antique wringer washing
machine, magnetic bracelets,
collectible knives & swords, DVDs, new
lighthouse lamp, home security
system, Kitchen Aid mixer, digital
camera, scooter, computer desks,
recliner, apartment size
refigerator/microwave combo, new &
used tools, microwave, bread machine,
vacuum cleaner, small appliances,
bakers rack, bikes & adult tricylces,
toys, fashion jewelry, scrubs, new
wedding dress size 24, baby clothes,
jeans, sheets, knickknacks, low prices
on everything.
11/04

Huge Yard sale, Friday and Saturday,
Nov. 4 & 5, 1419 N. Springfield St. off of
Ash. Dresser, furniture, sectional sofa.
tv, washer and dryer, coats, jackets all
sizes, kids clothes, books, crib, lots of
dishes, too much to list.
11/04

Yard Sale, 8 a.m. 12 noon. Sat., Nov.
5, 305 W. Ash St. Girl Baby clothes
sizes 0-6 months. Boppy pillows. Baby
Boy crib comforter set, baby "co-
sleeper", Newborn rolling pads,
"Bumbo" seat. 2 bassinets with pad
and covers, car seats, stroller, small
portable crib, vibrating chairs, baby
bath tubs, baby socks, small/medium
size maternity clothes, ladies size 1X
and 2X plus clothes, ladies shoes size
7, 7 1/2, 8.5, ladies clothes size
small/medium, comforter, bedding,
curtains, sofa pillows, Christmas
items, wreaths, purses, necklaces,
coffee table/end tables with glass tops,
perm rollers
11/04


We


Buy
Scrap
Metal and Junk
Cars
850-838-5865


Cash for junk cars and trucks. 7 days a
week. Call 386-658-1030 or 904-887-
8513.
12/30

5 pc. bedroom set oak bed. mattress,
night stand, dresser with mirror, chest
of drawers, nice, must see. $350, Call
850-766-8975.
11/04

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2 Chihuahua puppies, 1 male and 1
female. Six weeks old, house raised,
very cute, AKC registered. $250 each.
Call 584-8618.
BW

Free kittens, six weeks to six months.
Call and leave a message at 850-584-
2671 or 850-672-4037.
11/02-11/04

7 yr. old female Pug, to a caring and
loving home, someone who can take
her for walks, she is loving, selling
because moving. Call 850-766-8975.
11/04

D 0

A 2006 5 bedroom, 3 bath bank repo.
On your land del. & set up a/c skirting
and steps. Owners will finance at 8.25
with 5% down for 25 years call 352-
262-4531.
TMH

A 3 bedroom, 2 bath, just in time for
Christmas, free permits & impacts.
Well, septic, power pole, plumbing
hook ups & free dirt for your pad and
$1000 gift card from Walmart or Best
Buy plus $2500 cash for furniture.
$3300 down, only $545 per month 352-
262-4531.
TMH

Spacious 4 bedroom, 2 bath double
wide includes delivery, setup, code
steps, and AC/heat, skirting. Call 352-
490-7424.
11/02-11/04C&G

Why pay rent when you can own this
32X60, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, with family
room, and corner fireplace. Call 352-
490-7422 or 877-373-2941 or 877-372-
4941.
11/02-11/04
C&G


Great starter home. 28X44, 3
bedroom, 2 bath includes delivery,
setup, code steps, AC/heat and
skirting. Call 352-490-7422 for more
information.
11/02-11/04
C&G

Home only or land/home packages.
Stop paying rent and making your
landlord rich! Call C & G of Chiefland
and become a home owner at last.
352-490-7422 or 877-372-4941.
11/02-11/04
C&G

Don't pay too much for your home until
you call C & G of Chiefland at 352-490-
7422. Lowest prices, highest quality.
11/02-11/04
C&G

Save thousands on this month's
special 2009 Homes of Merit. 4
bedroom, 1.5 baths, with replace. Free
set-up and delivery. 352-490-7422.
11/02-11/04
C&G

Rentors wanted to participate in new
government program. Hurry time is
running out. Call today at 352-490-
7422 or 877-372-4941.
11/02-11/11
C&G


Repos, Repos, Repos.
Call for prices 352-303-8771.
09 16x60 2/2 Giles
99 16x80 3/2 Fleetwood
95 28x64 3/2 Homes of Merit
05 32x80 5/3 Homes of Merit


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House for rent. One bedroom, one bath
on Ash Street. Fenced in yard $450
per month plus 450 deposit. Pets ok.
Call 584-2088.
TFN, NW


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.
11/02-11/30

3 bedroom, 2 full baths at Keaton
Beach. $500 per month and $500
deposit. Call 843-1301.
11/02-11/04

3 bedroom, 1 bath Stucco house in
Shady Grove. Good neighborhood,
good water. Call 850-838-9514.
WR, tfn

2 bedroom, 2 bath, single wide, big
yard. Proof of income and references
required. $500 month, and $500
security deposit. Call 386-776-2405.
11/02-11/04

Room for rent. Own room/use of house.
TV, cable, wireless Internet, furnished,
very nice house. Call Cheryl 850-578-
2713.

For rent. 1 bedroom, 1 bath, 900 sqft.
apartment. $650 per month and $325
security deposit. Includes utilities, pets
extra. Near Keaton Beach. Call 850-
843-1882.
10/07-11/04


Glenridge
This beautifully remodeled spacious
one level Spanish style 3 BD/3 bath
house has a unique, open floor plan
with lots of glass, a formal living/dining
room, den with fireplace, TV room,
screened patio and 2 car garage.
$1,200 per month. Call 850-545-6642
11/30

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

Taking applications for 1 BR/lbath
home located in Everetts Mobile Home
Park, water, sewer and garbage
included in rent. Rent $375, deposit
$300 references required apply in
person Perry Repo Outlet. Ms. Betty
584-7094
SEMH, tfn

Small 3 bedroom, 1 bath home with
nice front porch on 1 acre of land on
deadend road off Hwy. 98. Just inside
city limits. $550 per month, first, last
and deposit. Call 727-433-4514.
10/26,11/04
JP


RV spot 30 or 50 AMP on private land
in nice neighborhood. Includes electric,
water, sewer, and cable. North side of
Perry, just outside city limits. $300 per
month. Call 850-843-0883.
10/26-11/04JP

2 bedroom, 2 bath, 14x70 mobile
home. Adults only, no pets. Water
included. $575 per month, first and last
months rent, plus $100 cleaning
deposit. Primiative hunting campsites
available, close to San Pedro Bay. Call
584-4114.
10/26-11/04


STEINHATCHEE PLACE RESORT.
Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments for rent $600 to $800.
Included with rent is full cable t.v.,
Internet, hot tub, one block, one block
to river and new boat landing. Call 352-
498-7740 i no answer 813-677-9640.
SPA;, tfn

House for rent. 3 bedroom, 2 bath. 1
farnily room, 1 living room, in country.
$700 per month plus deposit. RV spot
for 'rent, $350 per month, includes
water, garbage, electricity, and cable.
Call 850-584-8885.
1IX12-11/18

1995 Fleetwood single wide mobile
home 14x70, 3 bedroom 2 bath
excellent condition. Leave message at
850-223-1714.
11/04 -11/16


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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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Taking applications for a 2 BR/1 bath, 2
BR/ 2 bath, 3 BR/ 2 bath located in
Everetts Mobile Home 'Park. Water,
sewer and garbage included in rent.
$475 a month and a $300 deposit.
Must have references. Apply in person
to Ms. Betty. 584-7094.
EMH, tfn

Woodridge Apartments
Accepting applications for 1, 2, and 3
BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers
considered. Call 850-584-5668.709 W.
Church St., Perry, FL 32348 TDD 711.
"This institution is an equal opportunity
provider, and employer."
WA, tfn

Apartment for rent. 1 bedroom, 1 bath.
everything included, water garbage,
electricity, cable with HBO. Everything
furnished. $265 weekly, $950 monthly.
317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy. Skylark
Motel. 850-672-0973.
LS, tfn

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, tfn

3 bedroom, 2 bath trailer, and 3
bedroom, 1 bath house. Absolutely no
kids, no pets. Free water. $500 per
month, 850-584-8786.
11/04- 11/16

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, tfn



1674 square foot 2006 In Fleet
Modular Office Building...Beautiful
condition. All electric....2 bathroom .
AC/Heat/Plumbing in excellent
condition ... showroom
quality.......$27,500 or best offer. Must
be moved from present location in
Perry...Building has hurricane code
certification....Call 573-701-9590 and
ask for Fred. 11/04-11/16FD


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.
10/28-11/09
BR

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.
10/28-11/09
BR

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Close to City/Water Parks, Boys & Girls Club,
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For Sale or Lease Purchase: New Two vehicles for sale by owner. 2000
House in Ocean Pond Subdivision Chevrolet Camaro Convertible,
only a few miles from Keaton Beach, garage kept and only 49,000 miles.
Fl. 1568 sqft of living area three 2002 Chevrolet Avalanche, silver,
bedroom, two bath new house with all loaded, one owner, 100,000 miles.
new appliances, carpet and hardwood Call Mae Jean at 584-4316'for more
flooring. Open kitchen living room area information and to see vehicles.
sitting on 2 acres of land ready to 11/04-11/09
move in. Reduced to $134,900 MAKE


OFFER. Call 850-672-0536.
10/7-11/18

Must See
For Sale By Owner: 4 bedroom, 2
baths, new appliances, real oak floors.
203 Cypress Road. Asking 78,500
OBO. Call 843-1301.
11/02-11/30


1995 Chevy 4x4 $2000
2001 Hyundai $3494.
2004 Sebring $4900
1994 Blazer $1900.
2003 Kia Spectra $3900.
1993 Ranger $1699.
Trade ins Welcome.
850-584-8900
RA, tfn

2005 Buick LeSabre Limited. 84,300
easy miles, good tires. One owner,
non-smoker, very nice. $7,900. Call
830-2003.11/04 and 11/11

IXDOCTORS'
-Q MEMORIAL
__-HOSPITAL
Employment Opportunities
ARNP or PA, DMH Medical Plaza
Lab Tech, Part-time
Licensed Practical Nurse, Clinic
Paramedic, EMS
Physical'Therapist
Radiology Tech, Weekend
Registered Nurse, M7pB MeMd-ur
Registered Nurse, Home Health & OR
Ultrasound Tech, 2p-10p
EEO/DFWP/M-F/DV
Apply at DMH
or www.doctoramemoria.com
Phone 584-0635 Fax 5840661


1999 Pontiac GrandAm. Excellent
transportation, runs great, like new
tires, needs cosmetic TLC. $2500,
OBO call Tammy at 584-7714.
11/04




Registered Pharmacy Technician.
Must be registered as a pharmacy
technician with the Florida Board of
Pharmacy or be enrolled in a
pharmacy technician training program
approved by the Board of Pharmacy.
Drug test and background check will
be required. Apply in person at
O'Quinn Pharmacy. No phone calls.
OP

Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners
Grants Administrative Secretary (Part
Time) -$11.88 per hour. Applications
and job description can be obtained
from www.taylorcountygov.com;
MOBILE CAREER LAB at Perry
Square (Save A Lot and Goodwill
parking lot) on Tuesdays,
Wednesday, or Thursdays 9 a.m. 4
p.m.; or workforce. Positions are open
until filled. Taylor County Board of
County Commissioners is an EOE,
VPM, DT, background check.
TCBOCC, tfn

Immediate opening for a full time
Maintenance Supervisor at an
apartment community in Perry,
Florida. Need motivated individual
with previous experience in general
maintenance-plumbing, sheet rock,
electrical and carpentry. Must have
yalid drivers license. Competitive
salary and benefits package offered.
EOE and Drug. Free Workplace. Send
resumes to: humanresources@toyal-
american.com or fax to (850) 914-
8470.
11/02-11/11




A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush
hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling
and complete lawn service. Call 584-
6737.
AZ,
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l'JWMFrdy'rin H6tid Refiirs,'tC"-
Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate
wood available, Mobile Home Repairs,
RV Leak Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-
2270.
JM,
tfn


I wncre Ecveryaay is prigrrme
107 N, COA 7 7
Jefferson St 584'275 I

TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE
*Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming
*Tree Removal
*Debris Removal
*Bucket truck use
*Bush Hogging
*Pressure Washing
*Free Estimates* and
*Great Rates*
Call today
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
Mark A. Moneyhan
Licensed and Insured
Certified Quality Specialist.
tfn

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

House Cleaning Service
References Available
850-223-2033
11/14 11/25




INVITATION TO BID
The Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners is soliciting sealed
proposals for construction of the
Keaton Beach Coastal Park.
Qualified firms or Individuals desiring
to provide the required products or
services must submit five (5)
packages in a sealed envelope or
similar package marked "Sealed
Proposal for Keaton Beach Coastal
Park" to the Clerk of Court, 1st Floor
Courthouse, 108 North Jefferson
Street, Suite 102, Perry, Florida 32347
or P.O. Box 620, Perry, Florida 32348,
to arrive no later than 4:00 P.M., local
time, on December 13, 2011. All
Proposals MUST have the
respondent's name and mailing
address clearly shown on the outside
of the enveope or package when
submitted. Proposals will be opened
and respondents announced at 6:15
P.M. local time, or as soon thereafter
as practical, on December 13, 2011,
In the Taylor County Administrative
Complex, 201 East Green Street,
Perry, Florida 32347.
RFP Information MUST be obtained
from the Clerk of Court, 1st. Floor
Courthouse, 108 North Jefferson
StiAtd It W-Prry, Florlda 32347,
'yB)"y-O"N":"'far a $50.00 non-
refundable fee. RFP Information
may be revelwed on-line at
http://www.taylorcountygov.com/BI
ds.lndex.htm.
A Pre-BId Conference will be held at
10:00 a.m. on November 30, 2011, at
the Administrative Complex located
at 201 East Green Street, Perry,
Florida 32347. Bidders are


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A. (1) Monthly lump sum
retainer fee, or
$_________
(2) Hourly fee for services
not covered below
B. Litigation Hourly rate
$________
C. Bonds/Note Issue Hourly
rate or percentage
$D. Travel Hoy
D. Travel Hourly rate


encouraged to attend.
The County reserves the right, In Its
sole and absolute discretion, to
reject any or all Proposals, to cancel
or withdraw this solicitation at any
time and waive any Irregularities In
the RFP process. The County reserves
the right to award any contract to
the respondant which It deems to
offer the best overall service;
therefore, the County Is not bound to
award any contracts) based on the
lowest quoted price. The County, In
Its sole and absolute discretion, also
reserves the right to waive any minor
defects In the process and to
accept the proposal deemed to be
In the County's best Interest. No
faxed Proposals will be accepted.
Additional Information may be
obtained from:
Taylor County Engineering
Department
201 East Green Street
Perry, FL 32347
(850) 838-3500
BY THE ORDER OF THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, Taylor
County, Florida
11/04,11/09,11/16


REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
PROFESSIONAL LEGAL SERVICES
INTENT
The North Florida Broadband
Authority (the "Authority") is soliciting
proposals from qualified Florida
attorneys at law In regard to the
legal representation of the Authority
as outlined in the Scope of Services
below. The Authority Is a Florida
local government authority created
by Interlocal agreement pursuant to
section 163.01(7)(g), Florida Statutes,
to build a middle mile wireless
broadband system In north central
Florida, which Is funded by a
Broadband Technology Opportunity'
Program grant.
The Attorney selected from the
applicants will be required to enter
Into a two (2) year contract to
provide legal services for the
Authority with a two (2) year renewal
clause. The contract would be
terminable on thirty (30) days' notice
from either party, except that legal
counsel would be required to
continue In said position after the
foregoing thirty (30) days' notice until
such time as the Authority retains
other suitable legal counsel. The
Authority may elect to enter into a
contract with a law firm, but the
Authority will require that one (1)
member of such law firm be
designated the Authority's Attorney
within the contract, and that person
specifically shall oversee all functions
relating to the Authority's legal work.
The Attorney selected to serve as the
Authority's Attorney, not the low firm
that contracts to provide services,
must be a member of the Florida Bar
Association, In good standing for at
least ten (10) years. It Is required that
the applicant has at least five (5)
years Florida local government legal
experience, Including litigation and
real estate experience. It Is desirable
that the applicant have some utility
or telecommunications legal
experience.
SCOPE OF SERVICES
The Attorney shall provide the
Authority the following monthly
services under a lump sum retainer,
.or hourly fee as quoted:
Attendance at all regular Board
meetings. Attendance at all Special
Board meetings barring court
hearing conflicts or short notice
hearings where less than four (4)
hours notice Is given legal counsel.
Attendance at all workshops and
subcommittee meetings when
requested.
Preparation of contracts, policies,
Resolutions and other documents as
requested by the Board and staff for
the Authority's Board.
Research and preparation of legal
opinions and advice to the Authority,
its officials and appointed
managers, Including consultations
by phone or In person.
Consultation for all legal matters, as
necessary, with the Board of
Directors and appointed managers.
The Attorney shall provide the
Authority the following services
under an hourly rate fee structure or
other negotiated fee structure:
Litigation ni (State, Federal or
Administrative) on behalf of the
Authority.
When specifically directed by the
Authority to file or defend a sult(s).
When the Authority specifically
directs legal counsel to Intervene In
a legal proceeding, or directs legal
counsel to appeal any
administrative or court decision,
arbitration or mediation matter.
Bond/Note Issue; as specifically
directed by the Authority.
PROCESS
The Attorney shall provide the
Authority with the following
Information for review and
consideration.
Description of relevant experience in
Florida local government law,
litigation, real estate, utility and
telecommunications.
BIos of all attorneys who would be
providing services, Including the
person designated as the Authority's
Attorney.
List of five (5) client references.
Details of all Bar (Florida or otherwise)
complaints and/or Issues and an
explanation to include resolution
and/or status; ten (10) previous
years.
List Incidents or occasions where you
have been sued for malpractice or
been a defendant In a suit, In the
past ten (10) years, Provide details.
IV. FEE STRUCTURE
The Attorney proposing to provide
the following legal services shall
detail the fees for services as follows:


Per Diem


$_____
V. RESPONSE
All responses must be submitted In
sealed envelopes marked on the
front "Proposal for Legal Services
NFBA 12-02" and received by the
Authority no later than 4:00 p.m. on
November 10, 2011. An original and
eight (8) copies of the response must
be provided. All responses must be
addressed to:
NFBA Legal Service RFP 12-02
C/O Mr. Wendell Johnson, City
Manager
City of Lake City
205 N.E. Marion Avenue
Lake City, FL 32055
The responses will be reviewed by
Authority Staff and forwarded to the
NFBA Transition Committee for their
consideration. The Authority reserves
the right to reject all applications,
negotiate with a desired
respondent, or to re-advertise If
deemed appropriate.
11/04

Public Notice of Intent to Issue Air
Permit
Florida Department of Environmental
Protection
Northeast District Office
Air Resources Section
Draft Air Permit No. 1230001-034-AC
Buckeye Florida, Limited Partnership
Taylor County, Florida
Applicant: The applicant for this
project Is Buckeye Florida Limited
Partnership. The applicant's
authorized representative and
mailing address Is: Mr. Howard A.
Drew, V.P., Wood Cellulose
Manufacturing, Buckeye Florida,
Limited Partnership, One Buckeye
Drive, Perry, Florida, 32348.
Facility Location: Buckeye Florida,
Limited Partnership operates the
Foley Mill, which is located in Taylor
County at US 19, south of SR 30,
southeast of Perry, Florida 32348.
Project: The applicant has proposed
that on oxygen delignlflcatlon
system be installed prior to the
bleaching stages of the existing No.
2 Purification Plant. An oxygen
dellgnlficatlon system Includes
equipment that mixes and reacts,
oxygen with the pulp, separates the
waste steam and gases after the
reaction, and washes the dissolved
llgnin material other organic, and
the spent alkali from the pulp. The
material Is sent back to the chemical
recovery system for processing. No
increase In black liquor solids
combustion will occur because of
minor changes to the digester
cooking process which will result in
no net Increase in black liquor solids
generated. Installation and
operation of the Oxygen
Delignificatidr-System wll'resultin the'
emissions of Volatile Organic
Compounds (VOCs), Total Reduced
Sulfur compounds (TRS), Carbon
Monoxide (CO), and Hazardous Air
Pollutants (HAPs).
Pursuant to Rule 62-212.400, F.A.C.,
Buckeye Florida, Limited Partnership
provided Information to show that
the project will not exceed the
significant emissions rates that
require preconstruction review for
the Prevention of Significant
Deterioration (PSD) of Air Quality. In
accordance with Rule 62-212.300,
F.A.C., the draft permit requires
Buckeye Florida, Limited Partnership
to provide reports summarizing the
actual emissions for each year
during the 5-year period following
completion of the project. This Is to
ensure that the project remains
minor with respect to PSD
preconstruction review.
Permitting Authority: Applications for
air construction permits are subject
to review In accordance with the
provisions of Chapter 403, Florida
Statutes (F.S.) and Chapters 62-4, 62-
210, and 62-212 of the Florida
Administrative Code (F.A.C.). The
proposed project is not exempt from
air permitting requirements and an
air permit Is required to perform the
proposed work. The Department of
Environmental Protection, Northeast
District, Air Resources Section is the
Permitting Authority responsible for
making a permit determination for
this project. The Permitting
Authority's physical and mailing
address Is: 7825 Baymeadows Way,
Suite 8200, Jacksonville, FL 32256-
7590. The Permitting Authority's
telephone number Is 904/256-1700.
Project File: A complete project file Is
available for public Inspection
during the normal business hours of
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday
through Friday (except legal
holidays), at address Indicated
above for the Permitting Authority.
The complete project file Includes
the Draft Permit, the Technical
Evaluation and Preliminary
Determination, the application, and
the Information submitted by the
applicant, exclusive of confidential
records under Section 403,111, F.S.
Interested persons may contact the
Permitting Authority's project review
engineer for additional Information
at the address or phone number
listed above. In addition, electronic
copies of these documents are
available on the following web site:


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Notice of Intent to Issue Air Permit:
The Permitting Authority gives notice
of Its intent to Issue an air
construction permit to the applicant
for the project described above.
The applicant has provided
reasonable assurance that
operation of proposed equipment
will not adversely Impact air quality
and that the project will comply with
all appropriate provisions of
Chapters 62-4, 62-204, 62-210, 62-
212, 62-296 and 62-297, F.A.C. The
Permitting Authority will issue a Final
Permit in accordance with the
conditions of the proposed Draft
Permit unless a timely petition for an
administrative hearing is filed under
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S. or
unless public comment received In
accordance with this notice results In
a different decision or a significant
change of terms or conditions.
Comments: The Permitting Authority
will accept written comments
concerning the proposed Draft
Permit for a period of 14 days from
the date of publication of the Public
Notice. Written comments must be
received by the Permitting Authority
by close of business (5:00 p.m.) on or
before the end of this 14-day period.
If written comments received result In
a significant change to the Draft
Permit, the Permitting Authority shall
revise the Draft Permit and require, If
applicable, another Public Notice.
All comments filed will be made
available for public Inspection.
Petitions: A person whose substantial
Interests are affected by the
proposed permitting decision may
petition for an administrative hearing
In accordance with Sections 120.569
and 120.57, F.S. The petition must
contain the information set forth
below and must be filed with
(received by) the Department's
Agency Clerk In the Office of
General Counsel of the Department
of Environmental Protection at 3900
Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail
Station #35, Tallahassee, Florida
32399-3000 (Telephone: 850/245-
2242). Petitions filed by any persons
other than those entitled to written
notice under Section 120.60(3), F.S.
must be filed within 14 days of
publication of this Public Notice or
receipt of a written notice,
whichever occurs first. Under
Section 120.60(3), F.S., however, any
person who asked the Permitting
Authority for notice of agency action
may file a petition within 14 days of
receipt of that notice, regardless of
the date of publication. A petitioner
shall mall a copy of the petition to
the applicant at the address
Indicated above, at the time of
filing. The failure of any person to file
a petition within the appropriate
time period shall constitute a waiver
of that person's right to request an
administrative determination
(hearing) under Sections 120.569
and 120.57, F.S., or to Intervene in this
proceeding and participate as a
party to it. Any subsequent
Intervention '(in a proceeding
Initiated by another party) will be
only at the approval of the presiding
officer upon the filing of a motion in
compliance with Rule 28-106.205,
F.A.C.
A petition that disputes the material
facts on which the Permitting
Authority's action is based must
contain the following information:
(a) The name and address of each
agency affected ard each
agency's file or identification
number, if known; (b) The name,
address and telephone number of
the petitioner; the name address
and telephone number of the
petitioner's representative, If any,
which shall be the address for service
purposes during the course of the
proceeding; and an explanation of
how the petitioner's substantial rights
will be affected by the agency
determination; (c) A statement of
when and how the petitioner
received notice of the agency
action or proposed decision; (d) A
statement of all disputed issues of
material fact. If there are none, the
petition must so state; (e) A concise
statement of the ultimate facts
alleged, Including the specific facts
the petitioner contends warrant
reversal or modification of the
agency's proposed action; (f) A
statement of the specific rules or
statutes the petitioner contends
require reversal or modification of
the agency's proposed action
including an explanation of how the
alleged facts relate to the specific
rules or statutes; and, (g) A
statement of the relief sought by the
petitioner, stating precisely the
action the petitioner wishes the
agency to take with respect to the
agency's proposed action. A
petition that does not dispute the
material facts upon which the
Permitting Authority's action is based
shall state that no such facts are in
dispute and otherwise shall contain
the same Information as set forth
above, as required by Rule 28-
106.301, F.A.C.
Because the administrative hearing
process Is designed to formulate final
agency action, the filing of a petition
means that the Permitting Authority's
final action may be different from
the position taken by It In this Public
Notice of Intent to Issue Air Permit.
Persons whose substantial Interests
will be affected by any such final
decision of the Permitting Authority
on the application have the right to
petition to become a party to the
proceeding, In accordance with the
requirements set forth above.
Mediation: Mediation Is not
available for this proceeding.











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