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A-3 Perry News-Herald November 18-19, 2011

Driver cited for careless driving
DRIVER ASLEEP

acos bthlnued f spaulthbound U.S. 19. The vehicle traveled into
the median and struck another guardrail, the report stated.
The vehicle came to a final rest facing southeast in the median.
Brown had minor injuries and refused treatment, Parker said. She
was cited for careless driving.
Other rules for red drum unchanged


Suspect

arrested in
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PURSUIT
Continued from page 1
up C.R. 14, crossed Highway
221 and continued to U.S.
19. The suspect turned right,
heading toward Leon County,
at Eridu. We had the area
heading south toward Taylor
County marked off with spike
strips," Capt. Roli Rice said.
"No Taylor County unit
actively engaged in the pursuit.
They were prepared and set
up to prevent the chase from
entering the populated areas of
Taylor County."
According to reports, Florida
Highway Patrol officers took
the suspect into custody in Leon
couny.


REDFISH
.Continued from page 1
fishing opportunity. "If ever
there was a moment to give
back, this is it."
A 2009-10 red drum stock
assessment completed by
the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Research Institute showed
that red drum escapement
rates (the proportion of fish
surviving through age 4 relative
to the number that would have
survived to that age if there


TAYLOR COUNTY

DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

IS NOWACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
FOR ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS

TWO (2) vacancies will be available at year-end.
The Board of Directors is now accepting applications
to fill two (2) vacancies, appointed by the Taylor
County Board of County Commissioners.
The applicants must be 18 years old or older.
The applicants should:
Be a resident of Taylor County.
Be willing to attend all board meetings.
*Be willing to complete a two-year term.


Interested applicants should submit a single page resume
outlining their interest in serving on the TCDA Board, their
experiences or qualifications that would add to the potential of
the TCDA Board, and any other information the applicant deems
pertinent.
Completed restimes must be received at the TCDA office by 5
p.m. Tuesday, December 6, 2011. No resumes will be accepted
after that time.
The TCDA is located at 103 E. Ellis Street in the Historic Perry
Station. The mailing address is P.O. Box 449, Perry, FL 32348.
_Qudefle:phoM58&JO4~1~ BS.( 562D,....
AII applications must be submitted in writing.


BEMBRY
Continued from p e1
Representatives in 2008 and
was ~re-~elected last year.
Bembry said he believes that
creating new and better jobs,
supporting small businesses by
cutting taxes and regulations,
protecting seniors and veterans,
and preserving traditional
values are the~ biggest issues
facing America.


PAROLE BOARD
ContinUed ifrm 6g 1
Texas b~y Robert Lee Wade.
"Styer was convicted of
'second degree murder for his
role in the death of Benjamin
Neeley and was sentenced to
life imprisonment. Since he was
sentenced prior to the abolition


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The City of Perry Fire Department reminds
parents that anytime is a good time to teach
your children about safety.
Today's "Tip of the Week" focuses on
safety and Fire Chief Robert Moon shares the
following suggestions:
*Children should. know the sound of the
smoke -alarm. When they hear it, teach them


to get outside quickly and crawl low if there
is smoke.
*Touch doors with the back of your hand
before opening them. If the door is hot, use an
alternate exit.
*Teach children never to go back into a
burning building for anything such as a toy or
pet, and to call the fire department or 911 from
a neighbor's home or a cell phone outside.
*Teach children that if their clothes catch
fire, they should immediately STOP, DROP
to the ground and ROLL themselves back and
forth quickly to extinguish the flames,
*Take children to your local 'fire station for
a tour. Children will be able to see a firefighter
in full gear and learn that he or she is someone
who saves children--not someone to be afraid
of or hide from-
*Teach children never to touch or play with
matches, candles, gasoline or lighters.
*Be sure you're not teaching your children
bad habits. Do not let them see you smoke in
bed or disconnect smoke alarm batteries.


were no fishery) have been
consistently above the FWC's
40-percent management goal in
the northern regions of the state.
Other recreational red drum
rules will remain the same,
including a slot limit of 18 to 27
inches and a one-red-drum bag
limit in the southern part of the
state.
To learn more about red
drum recreational 'fishing visit
MyFWC.com/Fishing and click
on "Saltwater Fishing" and then
"Recreational Regulations."


Bembry added that he will
energetically and faithfully
serve the remainder of his term
in the Florida House and looks
forward to a busy and productive
20121legislative session.
"I was a farmer and
businessman for almost 40 years
before I decided that it was my
responsibility to pursue public
service. I am grounded in North
Florida because it's always been
my home. It is where I was


raised and where Susan and I
have chosen to raise our family.
We love it here," Bembry said.
"I am concerned about the
kind of future we are leaving for
our children and grandchildren.
The country is not on the right
track and our elected leaders
in Washington, DC, are failing
the test of true citizenship by
playing politics instead of
solving problems.
"If elected, I will go to


Washington as a common-
sense, honest, hard-working,
conservative problem solver
who believes that a dose of
North Florida values and 'can-
do' spirit is what we need to
get this country moving again,"
Bembry said.
Bembry and Susan, his wife
of 44 years, have three children
and nine grandchildren. The
Bembry family .spans four
generations in North Florida.


ruled that they would grant no
reduction and set the case for
another review in 2013.
"Benjamin Neeley simply
agreed to give these three
individuals a ride. He did not
deserve being robbed and
murdered as his reward. His
senseless death and the sorrow
caused to his family warrant
the life sentences these three
-ai:Stewate:~s- s -pect
aresed rntheocase; he aluded
after Neeley's body was found.


of. parole, he is eligible to be
considered for it," Jarvis said.
Addressmng the parole
commission, Jarvis argued that
Styer's claim of having been too
afraid to prevent Neeley's death
"lacks merit in that during fuel
stops and after having reached
Texas he never made any
attempt to report the murder,


Neeley's body had been
discovered a week after he was
murdered, more than enough
time for Styer to have contacted
law enforcement, but didn't."
While the recommendation
had been for a reduction of
.Styer's proposed release
date, after considering Jarvis'
argument, the commission


Family Worship Center,
Church of God of Prophecy,
has announced, that af ter
serving faithfully in the local
community and as pastors of
Family Worship Center, the
Rev. Wendell and Cindy Rudd
have answered the call to full-
time evangelism.


Pastor Rudd will be serving
as a licensed evangelist for the
Church of God of Prophesy,
headquartered in Cleveland,
Tenn. "Family Worship Center
has been honored to have them
serve as pastors. They will be
dearly missed by their Perry
church family. .We rejoice in


the belief that God will use
them mightily in their new
ministry and celebrate all that
God accomplished in Taylor
County though their love and
sacrificial service. W~e send
them out with our blessing,
our love and our prayers," local~
members said.


Bembry:'Country is not on the right track'


Case to be reviewed again in 2013


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A-4 Perry News-Herald November l8-19, 2011


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Giving thanks


...f 0r good jobs, good

workers, good bosses
By DEBORAH SHEFFIELD
SHADY GROVE correspondent
The fast-lane, stressful paced, aund hurr~liedI work lifei is not) for .
me! With admiration and well-wishes to my for-mer co,-wolrkers in
the trenches of family social worki I d~cidcd the stress and~ the
24/7 nature of my new job was not well-suited for mei. So what
have I learned? I have learned thiat I should lIjsten miost to my
heart in regard to making a living: my, wol~\lrk must he~ ;I helping
work; I must love my job and know at Ii ithe end' ofachl da~y th1at
did my ver~y best; finally, anld mlost of` all...l Ic~~learedthes past:c I' hree II
weeks to let work be an aspect ol` mly living~--tlO t' w\orkl he a pan I.
of my whole: life...NOT my whole tle!
When I moved here, I was told--"if youi change jobs aI lot. people
will talk about you." Well, I hiave now haInd f~ive jobls inl thc ;Ilm~ost
five years I have been balck here.
My first job here was working as a case man~lage~r with bhoys in
the Juvenile Justice System; but when mly hcalthl issues f~larcd.
took a leave. Then, I sent a writing samlqle to Susani L~incolnl wlo
has embraced and mndulged my wr~iithe f o~ ooverI three ~`~I els owv'
After juvenile case management. I de~cided~ to go, to workl~ part1.-111me
in Tallahassee, working at an Iindependentl ~iving~ ('enter'....that1 to()
was an enjoyable job. I made a real dliffe;renlcein on c young !cllr
woman's life and aum proud of' the w\orkI I dlid there andl~ eqully ll
proud that they would welcome me ba:ck\ anyIme'(l.
1 spent the next two years helping w\ith Auntl Nelda~ and Urncle
Curtis until that fateful accident took them from this wvorldl to a
world where I'm certain they are singing anld find arg joy! Most
recently, I gladly accepted a position as a familyy specialist' wall
an agency in Lak C--cnthusiastic and c---tcl I I,,uvc~ m
whole self into the job...but a little 5-vour old airl chaniiced mly
world forever and gave me courage to knlow to heedl my~ hea~rt and
listen to that quiet voice we call coiiscience and intuitiol.
Not only have I learned something about( mysclf` as a wo~rker
these past four years, but rece~ntly,. I havc beenI ref~lectingl up1onl the
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THANKS
Continued from page 4
definition of a good boss as
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climate of respect, appreciation
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co-workers and, most
importantly, from the boss.
Combined, this is a recipe for
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Communication is a skill, and
the good ones keep employees
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boss...need I say more?
Providing Resources,
Knowing What's Going on with
the Employees, Recognizing
Employees and Understanding
when emergencies come up in
our personal lives that they
should be more important than
the job.
In the end, the true bottom
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A-4 Perry News-Herald November 18-19, 2011

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After-school tutoring begins Monday


Please call 584-12010 to schedule pck-lup.


Sunday, Dec. 4, Day of Prayer for the
Victims of Drug Abuse in 1Taylor County:
Churches, Sunda schools, families and individuals are
encouraged to take a few minutes on Sunday, Dec. 4, to
pray for the victi ms of drug abuse, the end of drug trafficki ng
and for the protection of law enforcement, firemen, first
responders, the medical community and others who are
at risk while serving to combat drug trafficking in Taylor
County. Taylor County has suffered greatly because of
drug abuse. But there is hope. God promises to hear and
answer the fervent effectual prayers of His people. Please
join us Dec. 4 in asking for God's divine intervention and
help in Taylor County!
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A celebration of his life is planned.
Capt~ain Bob was a Merchant Marine
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Roscoe Harold
Simpson
Roscoe Harold Simpson, 79,
died Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011 at
Marshall Health Care Center.
He was born in Dixie, Ga., to
Roscoe L. Simpson anld the
former Louise Donalson.
Coming from Quitman, Ga.'
he had lived in Perry since
1995. Mr. Simpson was a
member of the Perry Church of
Christ and worked as a truck
driver,
He was preceded in death by
a grandson.
Survivors include his wife of
58 years, Velma H. Simpson of
Perry; one son, Keith H.
(Alisha) Simpson of Perry; two
daughters, Fran (Kenny)
Ho per of Windsor,BConn., a d

Qutanc (Jm)Gaamiso eof Dxe'
Ga. a very close cosn Hrn l
mine gandchildren and four
great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held

Chape IB saurFay Noilome
at 11 a.m. with Brother Jim


Hartman officiating. Interment
will follow at Evergreen
Cemetery in Greenville.
Family members will receive
friends tonight, Nov. 18, from
6-8 at Burns Funeral Home.

Frank Cone
Frank Cone, 71, died in
Tallahassee, Nov. 10, 2011.
Coming from Greenville to
Perry, he was retired from the
State of Florida after working
as a correctional officer. He
also served 26 years in the U.S.
military.
He is the son of James David
Cone and Beulah Day. He was
a member of the Masonic
Lodge of Perry #123 and
Greenville Lodge #28, as well
as a Marzuq Shritie member of
Perry Shrine Club.
Survivors include his wife of
46 years, Inge Cone of Perry;
one son, Eric (Shelly) Cone of
Elizabethtown, KY; one
daughter, Caron (David) Page
of Perry; one brother, Gerald
Cone of Coal Hill, Ark.; five
grandchildren, Erica (Kevin)
Bond, Hannah Cone, Landon
Cone, Trey (Kelly) Kinsey'


Katelyn Gant; two great-
grandchildren, Landen Hunter
Kinsey, Michael Kevin Bond.
Mr. Cone was predeceased
by a sister, Sylvia Getter.
Donations may be made to
Shriner's Children's Hospital in
Tampa, 12502 Pine Drive'
Tampa, FL. 33612. Memorial
Services were held Monday'
Nov. 14, at 11 a.m. under the
direction of Beggs Funeral
Home.

Leroy Wooden
Leroy Wooden, 94, a Taylor
County native, died Nov. 15,
2011, at Marshall Health and
Rehab.
Services will be held
Saturday at 2 p.m. at Evans
Walker Funeral Home with the
Rev. Thomas Jones officiating'
Interment will follow at
Springhill Cemetery,
He is survived by one niece,
Daisy Eagle of Pompano
Beach. Evans-Walker is in
charge of arrangements.


sessions will be held each
month on the second and fourth
Saturday from 10 a~m. until 2
p.m., and during the summer
months.
"The program is absolutely
free," he added.
Literacy support :and
parenting skills are also offered
for adult family members of
participating students.
Interested? Please call 584-
5865 or 584-64171.


The Brooklyn Community
Development Foundation, Inc.,
a ministry of New Brooklyn
M.B. Church, is scheduled to
open an after-school program--
the 21st Century Learning
Center--on Monday, Nov. 21,

Sweet Home

invites all

Saturday
The Men's Ministry will host
a commuMt service ata Set
ahurchmon Aat u n ay, ev 1
invitation is extended.


The Rev. Donald McBride,
pastor, said "the need for after-
school programs that enrich the
lives of children and academic
skills is a necessity for working
parents."
The program begins
immediately after the end of
regular school days, teacher
planning days and school
holidays on Mondays,
Tuesday, Thursdays and
Friday. Additionally, tutorial


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will always be remembered.
Sincerely,
The Charles Courtneyr
~Family


Scott
The family of Diane Scott
wants to thank all of our family
and friends for all of their
thoughts, prayers, flowers,
food and support during the
sickness and loss of our
beloved family member. We
also want to express our
gratitude to our church family
at Perry First Assembly of God,
Pastor David Stephens, Burns
Faunerdl orH nand c local
Myrtice Wilson, Chad Scott,
Cole Scott Berman
and our entire family

Courtney
Cornney wud like har s e
our deepest appreciation for the
many acts of love, kindness
antd cmo ss on il sng our
recent passing. He was truly
touched by the prayers, cards,
phone calls, visits, gifts of food
and words of encouragement.
We would like to thank Bobby
Hodges for the almost daily
rides to lunch and to Joe
Courtney for driving to
Tallabarssee when ne ded.we

ha te ed me ph comfort from
visitation and to the funeral, as
well as from the food,
beautiful flowers, plants and
memorial contributions. Thank
you Spring Warrior Church of
Christ, Cornerstone Fellowship
Church and many others for
the meals you provided during
this time. We offer a special
thank you to Dr. Payne,
Debbie, Eleanor and Christie
for your respectful and
compassionate care of our
dad/brother during the last
nine months. We also extend
our appreciation to the second
floor nursing staff at DMH.
Your sensitivity and concern


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BY AARON PORTWOOD the Hornets as a freshman and
If you like offense and high- sophomore and has already been
scoring high school football, you labeled one of eight five-star
may want to take I-10 East for prospects in the nation for the
Friday night's first round Class Class of 2013 by one recruiting
4A playoff game between the website.
visiting Taylor County Bulldogs However, Henry can be held
(7-3) and the Yulee Hornets (7- in check, as Yulee discovered
3). when First Coast limited him to
Yulee has their sights set just 103 yards on 31 carries in a
on a state championship run 36-16 win this year,
behind nationally-ranked junior Bulldog defenders who will
runningback Derrick "Shocka" have to step up big tonight
Henry, who is poised to break to contain Yulee's dangerous
several state records for yards running attack include: senior
and touchdowns. Justin Becerra (113 tackles, 4
Henry rushed for 177 yards tackles for loss, 6 sacks, 3 forced
and 5 TDs on 20 carries to fumbles), senior KJ Johnson
lead the Hornets to a win over (101 tackles, 12 tackles for loss,
visiting Hamilton County (2-8) 2 forced fumbles),~ senior Wil
last week and now needs just Tu~ten (88 tackles) and senior
142 yards to break the Northeast Raydon Parker (76 tackles, 4
Florida career rushing record tackles for loss, 2 sacks).
(held by Jacksonville Fletcher's Yulee senior runningback
Ciatrick Fason) of 7,479 yards. Kelvin Rainey has committed to
Henry also needs only 8 more South Carolina, so the Bulldogs
rushing TDs to tie Fason's career can't focus all of their attention
TD total of 96. on Henry.
"We are very excited about Junior Calub Murphy (75
playing Yulee and Derrick tackles, 3 TFL), sophomore
Henry," Bulldog Defensive Javolis McNeal (68 tackles),
Coordinator Beau Johnson said. senior Connor Bishop (55
"I feel like our defense will take tackles, 4 sacks, 3 TFL) and
it up a notch to try and stop senior Jalan Jackson (50 tackles,
the number three high school 2 TFL) will also be key in
running back in the nation." limiting Henry and Rainey.
Henry, a6-3,225-pound junior The Bulldogs may be forced
who has already committed to outscore the Hornets. Head
to Georgia, rushed for 5,210 Coach Steve Price has indicated
yards and 61 touchdowns for he intends to rotate quarterbacks

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to force Yulee to prepare for both
the hard-running style of senior
quarterback Eli Grambling
and the pinpoint passing of
sophomore sensation Daniel
Wentworth.
Grambling (91 of 163 passing,
1,3 19 yards, 14 TDs, 10 int.) who
sat out last week's game with a
knee injury, is expected to play
this Friday night. Grambling is
the team's leading rusher with
144 carries for 796 yards and 13
TDs.
Wentworth (15 of 24 passing,
208 yards, 2 TDs, 1 int.)
powered the offense last week
in a 37-6 win over Florida High,
completing 11 of 19 passes for 2
TDs and 1 interception, as well
as rushing 17 times for 77 yards
and 2 scores.
Sophomore receiver Moral
Stephens (34 catches, 581 yards,
11 TDs) expects to play, but is
battling an ankle injury. Senior
wideout James Strawter (38
catches, 587 yards, 4 TDs) and
Jalan Jackson (14 catches, 150
yards, 1 TD) could both have
a big game if Yulee focuses on
stopping Stephens.
Another starter looking to
come back from injury is junior
tailback Jacques Freeman (79
carries, 517 yards, 4 TDs), who
is probable after missing three
straight games.
Linebacker Javolis McNeal is
expected to be able to play, while
Tyler Evans is questionable.
"Yulee is a good, well-coached
football team. They have two


players who are as good as you
will find on any team in the
state, including a runningback
(Derrick Henry) who will likely
be the number one recruit signed
out of Florida next year," Price
said.
Yulee is 7-3 this season, going
5-1 in their last six games after
opening the season with two
straight losses.
The Hornets shut out Hamilton
County, 56-0 last Thursday
night in Jasper and have won1
four straight games, including
two one-point victories and two
straight blow-outs.
After beating (4-6) Fernandina
Beach, 44-0, Yulee won their
district with a 38-37 win over (4-
6) West Nassau.
Yulee followed up with a 36-35
squeaker over (7-3) Jacksonville
Trinity Christian the next week
before blowing out (2-8) Calvary
Christian (Ormond Beach), 54-0
and blanking (2-8) Hamilton,
56-0.
Last year, after finishing
9-3, the Hornets were forced to
forfeit all football games and pay
a hefty fine for having ineligible
players.
After a five-month
investigation, the Florida High
School Athletic Association
ruled two ofYulee's players were
ineligible to play because they
violated residency requirements.
Those traveling to tonight's
game (7:30 kickoff) may want to
take a folding chair, as seating is
limited on the visitor's side.


BY PAT MCGRIFF
`onemorecast@gtcom.net
Trout are eating a little of
everything, with fish being
caught on Assassin plastic, Bite-
'j~A-Bait fighters, live shrimp arid
: pinfish under Cajun Thunders
pluss Gulp -- both bounced and
Sunder Thunders.
Gulf water temps were back
up to 66-68 degrees Tuesdaiy, yet
Swill probably drop back down
This weekend. Two to four feet
Seemed to be the best depth on
-ithe flats.
On Tuesday, we had 15 trout
iwith two over 20 inches and
San 18-inch flounder for Bion ~
SWilliams and John Harrington of
Valdosta, Ga. We~fished with live
shrimp and pinfish under Cajuns
in 3.5-4 feet of water. Our water
temperature was 66 in the canal
:Tuesday morning and 68 that
afternoon. We fished in the fog
w~iith no breeze whatsoever.
Here are some reports from
Keaton Beach Marina:
Last Friday, Ray Plunkett of
Dixie, Ga., Mike Grinek and
Troy Murray of Thomasville and
John May of Colquitt, Ga., had 8


trout and 4 black sea bass using
New Penny Gulp and White
Gulp mn 4-6 feet of water.
On Saturday, Sonny Bethea,
Mike Williams and Larry
Aldeiman of Lee had 15 trout
and 3 flounder while using Gulp
Shrimp in Glow and Molting
patterns from 3 feet of water..
Shannon Vick, fishing
with Blyan Martin and Chris
Cannington of Adel, Ga., caught
a 30-pound black drum Sunday
(unusual for Keaton Beach)
using a four inch New Penny
Gulp!
Also on Sunday, Charlie
Harris and Ben Winters of
Valdosta, Ga., had their limit of
trout with one 26.5-inch sow to
anchor their stringer. This duo
also had a 27-inch red. They
were fishing in three feet of
water with white pearl Gulp
under Cajun Thunders.
Offshore, Jason Witherspoon,
Harold Dasher and Scott Nobles
of Valdosta, Ga., had their limit
of gag grouper with one red
grouper and a bunch of black sea
bass using cigar minnows and
squid in 20-25 feet of water


Thanks to successful spotted
seatrout management, .the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(F~WC) voted Wednesday to
increase both commercial
and recreational fishing
opportunities for the popular
lish:~
"What we are trying to do
is be fair in a fishery that is
in abundance, and in some
cases, way in abundance," said
Chairman Kathy Barco. "We are
dealing with a success story."
"At the end of the day, both
commercial and recreational
fishermen are getting
something," said Commissioner
Brian Yablonski.
The decision came during day
one of the two-day November
commission meeting in Key
Largo.
Changes take effect Feb.1,
2012, and include:
*Removing regional
recreational season closures
(removing the current February
closure in northern Florida
and the November-through-
December closure in southern
Florida); -
*Raising the recreational bag '
limit in northeast Florida from
Ce toging commercial
seasons based on region -


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B-1 Perry News-Herald November 18-1, 2011


+haRK' YOU.

TO Our Sponsors and those
who helpedmna ke th e 2 011
Veterans Day Celebration
hosted by the
TRy Or Coun ty B oa rd of
COMMISSIOnrOF Spec al:
Billy Graves Bruce Ratliff Buckeye Florida
Carlos Ciera Chelsea Rarker
Ca~rlos Johnson & The Taylor County Sheriff's Office
SDon Curtis & The Forestry Company
Frank Russell
Heath & Joy King
Ina Padgett & State Farm Insurance
Ja~ck & Janice Tedder
Jack & O~rsula Brown
Joe & Vicky Collins
Mark Southerland & South House Furniture
Pam & Richard Feagle
Patricia P'atterson
Perry Plaza Florist
*Rond~a Smith L'
Sheriff Bummy & June Williams
Theresa Copeland
The Cavaliers
Tommie & Mary Jo Stanaland
Walte~r Cox, Cox Electronics
Yarbrough Tire & Automotive Company
And a very special thank you to our longtime
partners at Chemring Group (formerly Martin Electronics)


fruit daily I have developed
a hunger for how ~God looks
at apples. One of my favorite
verses is Psalm 17:8, "Keep me
as the apple of the eye, hide me
under the shadow of thy wings."


I dove into the bag with both
hands looking for the perfect
one to devour. Aw, sweet
success, it was just as good as
it looked. So, I have continued
all week long to take Mama's
advice to "have an apple a day
Sto keep the doctor away."
With apples rumbling around
in my tummy and dreams of
apple pie floating in front of
my eyes, I thought about all
the ways this wonderful fruit
impacts us. I'm convinced my
love started in childhood when
Daddy would bring home huge
bags of apples at Christmas
time. He would leave them on
the end of the front porch along
with other varieties of winter
fruit. The cool days and nights
would seep into the fruit making
it chilled and s per ju ce redy
child I was, I~tended to over-eat
and ended up with a bellyache.
This is when mama would add
the words, "an apple a day,
keeps the doctor away but taoo
many apples brings him here to
stay." Bellyache or not my love
affair has continued.
I took inventory of "all things
apple" in my house and found I
have a kitchen with a fruit theme
starring apples. The candles I
buy are called "Apple Spice"
and my dining table holds an
antique bowl and pitcher filled
to the brim with shiny apples.
As I wandered from room to
room the tune, "don't sit under
the apple tree with anyone


else but me" started up in my
memory bank. It was one of the
first songs mama taught me to
play on the piano. Amazingly,
it still remains, linking me to
a joyful time. I just hum the
melody and it transports me to
childhood where my feet would
dangle off the piano bench in
time to my sinall fingers playing
the notes.
When I visit my relatives in
Washington State my apple-
sensors stay on overload.
Everywhere you turn there are
apples...red, green, yellow with
names as varied as the fruit.
It reminds me of the time our
granddaughters Brittany and
Tori studied the apple varieties
in elementary school. They
learned to identify each of the
vret us and what their rolu '
pick up an apple without getting
a lesson from these two. They
took to heart what their teacher
had taught them making them
the teacher's star students.
I know there are numerous
recipes for apple pie but in the
L~eggett family my sister-n-
law Geraldine Gunter Leggett
holds the undisputed title "best
of show." From the first taste of
the flaky crust to the succulent
apples drenched in cinnaamon-
spiced juice I have heard moans
of absolute pleasure as the pie
dissolves on our taste buds.
There is another area of my
life that is touched by "apples."
Just as I enjoy the taste of the
Refuge House Mission
During the month of October, the
hotline number for Refuge House
was featured on City of Perry utility
bills.
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battered women, their children
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well as to eliminate conditions in
society that allow such violence to
continue.
For assistance, call the local
outreach office at (850) 223-3981,
or the hotline at (850) 584-8808.


In study, you will. find the word
apple is mentioned several times
and it is always a good thing.
So, as I close the column
this week I'm making my way
toward the kitchen where apples


abide. If you listen closely,
betcha can hear the sound of
a fresh apple satisfying this
hopeless apple lover. Yummy!
What are you waiting for? Go
buy you some too.


I love apples...the taste, the
smell, the way they look resting
in a crystal bowl. Need I go on
or do you see, I love apples.
This truth seems to get
stronger right about this time
of the year. I am convinced
the smell of apples intensifies,
acting as an apple magnet intent
on drawing me toward them. I
can no more pass up the bounty
of apples at the market than I
can quit breathing.
Knowing my preference, a
friend brought a half-bushel
of apples from the fruit farm
in Ohio this week. Naturally


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Final 'Harry Potter' film casts



its spell again on DYD, Blu-ray
In 2001, the boy wizard Harry Potter first and for all.
appeared on the big screen. This past summer, 10 "Deathly Hallows, Part 2" is very unlike the
years later, the final film, "Harry Potter and the previous films in that almost its entire run takes
Deathly Hallows, Part 2" arrived in theaters. And place over the course of a single day, with much
now it is available on DVD and Blu-ray. of the film consisting of the climatic Battle of
As for the decade in between, scarcely a few Hogwarts.
months have gone by during which a Harry Potter As with Part 1, the decision to split the film in
film was not either in theaters or in production, two parts allows Yates and screenwriter Steve
As an audience, we watched young actors Daniel Cloves to present as much of Rowling's novel as
Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson grow they can. Surprisingly, however, after staying very
from children to adulthood, just as we have true to the source material--not counting cuts for
followed Harry, Ron and Hermione's journey time--through almost all of Part I and the first
through the ever-growing dangers of the wizarding act of Part 2, the film deviates rather significantly
world. p~during Harry's final confrontation.
Over the course of eight films, eU.-wrS,;;j;j~~J,~~ I's one of those cases where two
the franchise saw four directors, pahariettesmedtnton
two crenwrter andmoutais Ibut I felt some of the context was
of expectations as it tried to14 lost in the approach, which maly
translate the words of author J.K. lead to a bit of confusion on a few
Rowling into cinematic reality counts for non-book fans.
while also creating experiences j?3On the other hand, a number of
that could stand on their own, my concerns from Part 1 (about
with varied success. The third film allp L-nl certain information not provided
was probably the least successful -in earlier films becoming important
adaptation while the fourth was PP Ihere) were allayed by some rather
the most problematic movie, but ty E ingenious and logical additions to
the series found an even keel with s the script by Kloves.
director David Yates, whose job it O u~l1P Additionally, the way Yates
was to convert the final three books 1 L -along with the cast and crew were
into four movies. able to convey the enormity of
The question remained, however, of whether the final battle and the stakes involved caunnot be
"Deathly Hallows, Part 2" could provide the cap understated. There's a moment when the grand
the franchise richly deserved. I said in my review shields of Hogwarts begin to crack and the harried
of Part 1 last year that any review of it alone would defenders look up in hlorror--I was practically
essentially be incomplete until Part 2 was released. shaking as the chills overcamer me.
The same could be said in reverse, so I will say I also have to point out that the way the film
now that "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," translates the book chapter entitled "The Prince's
as a whole,is a fantastic, wonderful film that is sure Tale" was picture perfect--book fans will know
to delight both fans of the books and the movies what I'm talking about. Rickman has never really
which came before it. been given the chance to show his range inl his role

' fifiM'6ruth sid-up prderifed ii'P~i luft'T r'WIb'ek"ai""176~' kTk~w'be stferd't-h nil a fewf qilbbles
spending six films watching Harry and his friends here and there, but rest assured the major moments
battling the forces of Lord Voldemort, the first are all there, from a certain kiss to an outraged
half of "Deathly Hallows": gives us a taste of just exclamation from our favorite Weasley matriarch.
what the wizarding world would be like under his "Harry Potter and the Dealthy Hallows, Part 2"
rule, with witches and wizards forced to prove is just about everything a fan could ask for and a
their blood status or face interment, and those who movie-goer can expect from a summer blockbuster.
would stand against him forced into hiding. Endlings are inrherently sadl but considerring how
Seeing the cruel and vile nature of Voldemort many ways this series could have gone wrong over
and his supporters helps us understand the steps the past 10 years, to see it leave on such a high note,
our heroes are willing to take to ensure his reign you can't help but smile.
comes to an end. The film is rated PG-13 for some sequences of
Part 2 picks up right where Part 1 left off, with intense action violence and frightening images.
Harry (Radcliffe) in mourning and Voldemort "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Part
(Ralph Fiennes) in possession of the elder wand, 2" is available on DVD and Blu-ray/DVD combo
fabled to be the most powerful wand ever created. pack.
Harry, Ron (Grint) and Hermione (Watson) must While the DVD arrives with deleted scenes as
continue their search for Voldemort's horcruxes, a the only extra, the combo pack boasts Maximum
journey which will take them to the goblin bank of Movie Mode, an 80-minute feature hosted by
Gringotts and eventually back to where it all began, Matthew Long (Neville Longbottom) and other
Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, cast members; a Conversation with JK Rowling
which is now under the leadership of Severus and Daniel Radcliffe; The Goblins of Gringotts,
Snape (Alan Rickman). As the film's tag line states, hosted by Warwick Davis; The Women of Harry
it all ends here and Harry must face Voldemort once Potter; and a WB Studio Tour London.


catered by Carrie Ann & Co
Custom Catering. Remaining
performances are Friday and
Saturday. Doors open at 6:30
p.m, for dinner at 7:00. Show on y
doors open 7:30 for the 8 p.m'.
show. Admission is $35 for dinner
or lunch and the show, $30 for
members. Show only tickets are
$15 for non-members and $12 for
members. For more information
or to purchase tickets, visit www.
monticellofloridaoperahouse.com.
NOV. 17-20
For one weekend only, the
Florida State University School
of Theatre presents "The Tortoise
and the Hare" at Fallon Theatre
in Tallahassee. Showtimes
are tonight (Friday) at 7 p.m.;
Saturday at 10 a.m., 2 and 7
p.m; and Sunday at 2 and 4 p.m.
Tickets are $15 for adults and $10
for students and children. Fund-
raiser tickets are $10.
To purchase tickets, visit tickets.
fsu.edu or call 850-644-6500.
FlOV. 28
"In the Heights," winner of four
2008 Tony Awards including
Best Musical, is a sensational
new show about chasing your
dreams and finding your true
home and the next offering from
the Tallahase Br adw Seris
'In the Heights" is a journey into a


NOV. 3-20
Tallahassee Little Theatre
presents the Pulitzer Prize-
winning "Cat on a Hot Tin
Roof," featuring Broadway
and Hollywood actor Charles
Siebert. It tells the American
story of two brothers and their
wives vying for the inheritance
of their dying father, Big Daddy,
amid a whirlwind of untethered
sexuality and repressed love.
Showtimes are Nov. 18-19 at
8 p.m, and Nov. 20 at 2 p.m.
Tickets are $21 for adults, $17
for students and seniors. Tickets
are available online at www
tallahasseelittletheatre.org or
by calling 850-224-8474. For
more information, visit www.
tallahasseelittletheatre.org.
NOV. 4-19
The Monticello Opera House
presents "Sin, Sex & the CIA,"
from guest director Barbie
Nettles. From the authors who
brought you "Sex Please, We're
Sixty" it's another adventure of
mistaken identity. A rookie CIA
agent, OPEC saboteurs and a
sexy state department staffer
are all confined to a mountain
cabin safe house...and that's
just the beginning. Pre-show
dinner or lunch is available
by advance reservation and


Aucilla Christian Academy is among the participating
schools in which students can purchase tickets with
50 percent of the price going back to their individual
elementary schools. For more information, visit theatre.
fsu.edu.



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vibrant Manhattan community--
a place where the coffee is light
and sweet, the windows are
always open,and the breeze
carries the rhythm of three
generations of music. The touring
production will arrive at the
Tallahassee-Leon County Civic
Center at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are on
sale now at the Civic Center Box
Office, all Ticketmaster Outlets,
at ticketmaster.com or by calling
800-322-3602. Ticket prices range
from $39.25 to $78.25. For more
information, visit www.tlecc.org.


Nov. 20
The Tallahassee Community
Chorus opens its 2011-12
season with a performance of
Carl Orff's "Carmina Burana."
The concert will begin at 4 p.m.
in Ruby Diamond Concert Hall
on the Florida State University
campus. General admission
Jackets are $18 for adults, $12 for
seniors (62+) and $5 for students.
Season tickets are also available
for $50 for adults, $32 for seniors
and $15 for students. For more
information or to purchase tickets,
visit online at techorus.org.


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Mail your name, address and a check for
$35 (in county) or $49 (out of county) to
P.O. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348


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I .DEADLINES:
The deadlines for Tuesday's classified ads will bje
opnday 'by 5 p~m. Because of the Thanksgiving
Ioliday, the deadline for Friday's paper is Wednesdeay
at 10 a.m.


Woodridge Apartments
Accepting applications for 1, 2,;and 3
BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. H UD :vouchers
considered. Call 850-584-5668. 709 W.
Church St., Perry, FL 32348 TDD 711.
"This institution is an equal opportunity
provider, and employer."
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Land for Sale, .221' North~ between
Shiloh Church Rdl'and Cairo 'Parker
Rd. 1 acre lots -with: paved roads.
Owner financing available. Please call -
(386)~ 658-1346 or'(850) 584-7466. :
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1995 Chevy 4x4 $2000
2001 Hyundai $3494.
2004 Sebring $4900
1994 Blazer $1900. -.
2003 Kia Spectra $3900.
1993 Ranger $1699.
Trade ins Welcome.
850-584-8000
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For Sale or Trade, Chievy 1 ton, 4 speed
transmission and transfer case with
PTO. 850-584-7829 or 850-672-0353
Runining motor home for Sale,
$1,000.00. Call 584-4114 ;
11/18 -11/23

For Sale,; 2008 Hyundai Entourage
Silver Van, 29,000 miles excellent
condition, kept under carport. DVD
entertainment system, power sliding
doors, back-up sensors $16,500. Call
843-0701


TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
-Under NewManagement-- :
2- 3 BR apartments available.
Special Move-In Pkg. Rent
based on income. Watet/Gas
furnished. ;On-site Laundry.
Close to City/Water Parks,
Boys & Girls Club, and
Shopping Plazas. Public
Transportation available.
Call 850-584-6842.
TDD 711, EHO.
Section 8 Affordable Multifamily
Housing
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House for rent. 3 bedroom, 2 bath. 1
family 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.
10/12-11/18

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, ifn
One bedroom furnished apartment. All
utilities included electricp, water,- sewer,,
garbage and cable).;:o smoking. No
pets. $160 a week or $600 a month,
$100 deposit. Call 850-926-3613 or
850-36348196.
11/02-11/30 -

2 bedroom, 2 bath sringle-wide trailer,
no pets (inside or outside). Call 584-
4114.
11/11-11/25


M~adison County Memorial Hospital
Seeking Full TirneCas! Manager `



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For Sale or Lease Purchase: New.
House in Ocean Pond Subdivfision only
a few miles from Keaton Beach, FI.
1568 sqft of living area three bedroom,
two bath new house ;with ;allr nesti
appliances; carpet :and 'hardwood
flooring. Open kitchen living room area
sitting pn 2 acres of land ready to move
in. Reduced. to .$134,900 MAKE
OFFER. Call 850-672-0536
10/7-11/18


JUSTIN D V~IS EN TEPRISES, INC.
DED~ICATED TRANSPOR TA TION SER VICES


Dispatch Assistant Full Tirne Position
Description: .
JUSti n Davis -Enterprlises Is cuirrenrtly seeking a'i highly mortivated
Seltf Starter to work in an Administrative Assista~nt position. We
are looking for a professional and experienced individual with
strong communication skills and advanced MS Office skills.
DutieS*.
Manage incoming and~outgoing calls and typmng correspondence.
Resolve customer issues, complaints and answer questions.
Assist drivers wtith d~elivery issues.
Monitor progress of deliveries. .
iCUStomer billing and data. eritry tasks
RenrnjrtmORIS:
High School Diploma or GED equi~valent.:
Candidate must be results oriented and ~quality driven.
Candidate should have leadership skills and. strong organizational
skills.
S* Must be able to multi-task and work in a fast paced erwironment.
* CUStd~mer SefVICe eXperienCe inVOlVing feSOlVifig issusS and
reSponding to customer requests and questions.
Must be able to work a flexible schedule.


Ms hv~eld e tdoabl transportation..

Please! e-mail your resume to: tammy~Cjdebaul.comi
Or fax t0: (850) 9173-4673
justin Davis E~nterprises is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All candidates are subject
to. pre-employment criminal background, drugt and alcohol screenings.


Lovely little home in town, new carpet,
tile and paint. 2 lots USDA finance
available, payments $299 PITI monthly
$49,900 Realtor owned 850-661-0878 -

Must See .
For Sale By Owner; 4 bedroom .2 1
baths, new appliances, real oak floors. ~
203 Cypress Road. Asking 78,500
080. Call 843-1 301.


S16x80, 2001 Peach' State. 3 bedroom;
2i bath. Includes` delivery, setup, ~ac,
steps, skirting for $18,900.00. Call 877-
873-2r941 .
C&G .11/16 11/18

;New 28x44 3 bedroom 2 bath $36,900.
Call 352-3038771

.A 2012, 3 bedroorri 2 bath Bank Repo
Need To Sell.0Only $36,900 Owner has
:Financing. Call 352-262-4531 352-262-
4531
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Fixer Upper 2004 28x80 Fleetwood 3
bedroom 2 bath, low down payment.
Ial 4503-8771

'1995 Fleetwood single wide mobile
home 14x70, 3 bedroom 2 bath
excellent condition. Leave message at
850-223-1 714.
11/04 -11/30



IFor~ Rent,- 2 bedroom, 2 bath,
singlewide on three acres. Water,
sewer arid lawn care included. Very
clean $500 monthly $500 security
deposit. 386-776-2405
11/09 -11/18

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 foyrdial living/dining I
room, den with fireplace, TV room,
screened ~patio and 2 car garage.
S$1,200 per month. Call 850-545-6642
11/30

Westgate Rooms available for rent.
refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
SACl~eater, 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, ifn
Taking -applications .for -1 BR/1bath d
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
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::Rooms available, at Skylark Motel
everything included front monthly $585
requiredd $45 deposit), $165 wekldy or
$40 daily (tax included). 317 N. Byron
:Butler Pkwy. 850-672-0973.
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For Rent, 1 bedroom, 1- bath, 900 sq. ft.
apartment. Near .Keaton~ Beach.
$650/mo plus, security deposit.
Includes utilities 850-843-1882 ;.
`11/16 -12/09

Taking applications for a 2 BR/1 bath, 2
BR/ 2 bath, 3 BR/ 2 bath located in
Everetts Mobile Home Park. W\;ater,
sewer and garbage included in rent.
$475 a month and a $300 deposit.
Must have references. Apply in person
to Ms. Betty. 584-7094.
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STEINHATCHEE PLACE RESORT.

prmeendts' fr r nt $60 tpod $8
Included with rent is full cable t.v.,
Internet, hot tub, one block, one block
to river and new boat landing. Call 352-
498-7740 if no ariswer 818-677-9640,


.3 or 4 bedroom, 1 bath house with
fenced in yard, conveniently located in
town. !References, required. Tentatively.
available on Dec.1.Call 850-843-1815
11/18-12/07

Nice 2 bedroom, 1 bath' trailer for rent
,$400 a month. AII electric, -quiet
neighborhood, NO .PETS ~just
Remodeled. Call 584-9121 or 843-5220
11/18 -11-25 ,


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

Blooming nowl Dee~p pink blooms on
dark green foliage. Shishi Ashiri
camellias. Thick, dependable, year-
round foundation plants; many late fall
flowers to brighten short days. Great
giftl $5, $15. Abe Whitfield Turkey
Roost Nursery Courtney Grade 584-
7395.
11/11 -11/23

CommnitY Chickens, Freel Call Tish
223-1174
11/11 ,


Help Wanted; Badcock and More.
Setup and Delivery Driver. Must be 21,
clean :driving record required. NO
PHONE CALLS. Apply in person.
11/23

Tayrlor County Board of County
Commissioners
Grants Administrative Secretary (Part
Time) -$11.88 per hour. Applications
~and job description can be obtained
from www.taylorcountygo~v.com;
MOBILE CAREER LAB at Perry
Square (Save .A Lot and GoodwNill'
parkirig lot) on Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
or Thursdlays 9 a.m. 4 pim.; or
workforce. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County Board of County.
Comisoe i an E0E, VPM, DT,



Immediate opening for a full time
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Land; clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dumip truck service, harrowing, bush
hog 'rhowiing, rake.work,. dirt leveling
and complete lawn service. Call 584-
6737.

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Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate
wood available, Mobile ~Home Repaira,
RV Leak Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-
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the emotional attachment to your loved
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For Sale, solid wood bunk beds $100
`850-584-7829 or 850-872-0353 ;
1116 -11/18

For Saele, Oakwiorks,- electric flight ~
Proluxe massage table, excellent
Condition. Pald $2100 Asking $1300.
Call 850-87~1-4247




2 Chihuahua puppies, 1 male and 1
female. Eight weeks old, house raised,
very cute, AKO registere,hav had first
Shots. $250 each. Call 584-8618.
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with paperS on Dec. 20. Two males
$450 eachi, One female $550. Call 850-
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Lost, one Tri-Tronics transmitter. If
found please call Adam Vann at 843 :-
2350 or Earl Vann 295-4408
11/18 -11/23

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11/18 11/30

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Yard Sale, Thurs., Nov. 17 Sun., No
`20. Hand crafts, knives, tools, coin
and collectables. Come visit us at th
Taylor Storage Center. 295-4205
1-1/16 11/18

Yard Sale, Frl., Nov. 18, and Sat., No
19, 9 a.m. until. Cleaning out sheds an
other items. Morgan Whiddon! Rd.'
11/18

Yard Sale, Saturday, Nov. 9198 a.rr
until, 1104 West Willow. Women's ant
men's clothing, shoes, househol
items, nurses scrubs and much more.

# 'rd Sale, Saturday, Nov. 19, 8 a.m.
'noon, at 3856 Eddie Page Road. Mara
items, sofa,Ilove seat, Iamps etc.
11/18 -I -
Yard Sale, Saturday, Nov. 19, 8 a.m.
noon. Golf clubs, boys clot es size 6 t(
14, Ford F150, camper shell, fisI
kinder, offshore lures, jewelry, pistol
Treadmill, AB Lounger, digital camera:
like new, fabric and lots morel At ol(
pawn shop next to Big Bend Marine.
1,1/18
Yarrd Sale, Friday & Saturday, Nov. 18 &
19, 9 a.m. until ? 3498 Hwy. 19 SoutI
(Taylor Storage Center across fron
Taylor ~Tech.) Dell computer systemd
(Windows XP), leather jacket, winte
sweater,- heater, Christma
decorations, stroller, Futon bed, LC[
monitor, Xbox & Playstation 2 games
antique wringer washing machine
magnetic bracelets, collectable knives
daggers & swords, DVDs, ney
Lighthouse lamp, home security
sys'"'. Ki ceAird demixer,e r it
apartment size refrigerator/microwavc
combo, new & used tools, microwave
bread machine, small appliances, adul
tr ycles, toys, fashi ni jweelr24scrubs

clothes, low prices on everything.
11/18

Garage Sale Saturday and Sunday 8
? at 1775 US Hwy 19 North next te
Sports -Complex. :Scentsy wicklese
candles 250'0off, waterbed, refrigerator
TV with DVD bedroom set, kitchen
table and much more. No early bird~
pleasell ;

aird Sale Saturday 8 .until at 933
Lipscomb Circle follovi signs from Fole)
Cut-Off. Name brand maternity, kids
adult clothes, infant carseat, bun~
beds, household items and much more
11/18

Estate Sale Saturday 8-5 p.m. at 5948
W~oods CreekeRd (crner Wod re l
e~eyne, iurbiture; household items.

Multi-fantilyrYard Sale from 7:00 -1i2.0{
on Saturday located downtown @
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the courthouse parking lot). Paljerback
books 2/$1.00, -hard cover books
2/$2.50, buy one charm get one free,
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free.Sale ends, Dec. 10.0Open Monday
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Saturday 8 a.m. until noon, 850-584-
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11/16 -11/18

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and Sat., Nov. 19. Tiller, new
appliances, lots more. 171398 E. Royal
Oaks Drive. (Keaton Beach off Beach
Road.- Turn left ~on Red Oak right on
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUD CIAL CIRCUl IN AND FOR TAYLOR
CASE NO. 62-2010CA-000354
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. ~
Panmtif,
WILLIAM J. SIMMS: UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF
WILLIAM J. SIMMS: UNKNOWN TENANT
UNKNOWN TENANT 2; and all
unknown parties
claiming by, through', under or
against the above
n mkedwDefendant(s), who (Is/ore)
dead or alive, whether said unknown
parties claim as
helirS, devisees, grantees, assignees,
crdtrs,, trustees, spouses, or other
claimants;
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
DEPARTMENT
OF HOUSING AND URBAN
DEVELOPMENT:
WEL FARGO BANK, N.A. D/B/A
FARGO AUTO FINANCE,
Defendants. .
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice Is thereby given that, pursuant
to 'the Final Judgement of
Foreclosure dated November 2, 2001,
In this cause, I will sell the property
situated In TAYLQR County. Florldo,

LOT 68, KING'S CREEK SUBDIVISION, AS
PER PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
159, PUBLIC RECORDS OF TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH
THAT CERTAIN 2002 SKYLINE
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME
ATTACHED THERETO, HAVING VIN
C1610240PA, Title #83907087 .AND
VIN#C1610240PB, TITLE #83907173,
WHICH HAS BEEN RETIRED.
a/k/o 471 KINGS CREEK CIRCLE,
STEINHATCHEE, FL 32359
dtpdublic sale, t he highs ran bs
Courthouse, 108 N. Jefferson Street,
Perry Taylor Co nty Fborida 3 34, art
accorddnce with Chapter 45, Florldo
A p rson claiming an Interest In the
surplus from the sale, If any, other
tdhan fth peo ept ownsermas o 'he
claim within 60 days ofter the sale.
Datedmat Pery Florida, this 3 day of
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: M~arti Leke
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A
DISABOLMT OAN YOU NEED A Y
PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING,
YOU ARE ETTLD,S NTNOFCCOS AlO
.ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT ANNIE
A;E MURPOHXY, CLRKEO THFELCOURT
TELEPHONE (850) 838-3506 WITHIN
EW ()OWORKI G TDA SF YOUYO
HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL
1-800-955-8771.
The Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. noard othDirectors will
Directors on Monday, December 5,


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seconds East, 633.95 feet to the Point
of Beginning.
The sale will be held on December 1,
2011, at 11:00 a.m. (or as soon
thereafter as possible, provided that
sald sale must be commenced pilor
to 2:00 p.m.) to the highest and best
bidder for cash, at the front steps of
the courthouse In Taylor County, In
Perry, Florlda, In accordance wlth
section*45.031, Florida Statutes.
Any person claiming) an Interest In the
surplus from the sale, If any, other
than the owner of the above
described property as of the date of
the Its pendens must flle a claim
within 60 days after the sale,
If you are a person with a dlsabllty
who needs any accommodation In
order to participate In this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provisions of
certain assistance. Please contact
Sondra Willilams, court administrator,
Post Offloe Box 1569, Lake city,
Florida392056, telephone:(386)758-
2163, within 2 working days of your
re ei to ti e oien I f d u .re
Annie Mae Murphy
As Clerk of thre Court
By: Martl Lee
As Deputy Clerk
11/11


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IIN THE COUNTY COURT, THIRD
DICIALD ClIT TAYiLOR COUNTY,

CS OS 62-2011-CC-1 77-00A-01
AMnES MICHAEL SIMPSON
itif
JOHN HENRY SIMPSON, JR ..
SHAWN CHRISTOPHER SIMPSON
DOIC T ACTIONNOTICE IS HEREBY

OW ERHIP AO MTO VE IC'
AND WHOSE VIN #
1FTYR10V4YTAO9823, HAS BEEN FILED
ANDYYOU ARE REQUIRED TO WE VTEE
OBJECTIONS, IF ANY, ON JAMES
MICHAEL SIMPSON, 509 WEST SIDE
AVT UE, PERRY, FL 32347 WHOE O TH

ORIIA WIH TE CANDK OTE
TCOURPT E THEN BEFORE SERVICE EAOLN

THL BE EEED T H TAHE RLAE
DEMANDED IN THE PETITION
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL OF THIS
COURT ON THE 31ST DAY OF
OCT BR, 2011 AT TAYLOR COUNTY,
CERK OF CRCUIT COURT

DIEPOU 11 1/9118, 11/23

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT'
OR ANAD FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
CIVIL ACTION NO. 2011-210-CA
FORECLOSURE AND OTHER RELIEF
LAFAYETTE STATE BANK



1- LAND DEVELOPMENT,INC.. a
Fo id0 cor oration'

Post O fce Brodxa 720
Ic~pln Flrd 2
and unknown tenants; and other
unknown parties in possession'
Including te ukoonwo tpheu of ea y
and If a named Defendant Is
,deceased, the surviving spouse'
heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors'
and all other parties clolrring by,
Through, under or against that
Defendanor an ales claimant ,
corporate, or whose exact legal
sidtus is unknown,dclaimng uded en -
Defendants,
NOIC an JUDICIAL SALE
PURSUANT TO SECTION 45.031(1)'
TO WO M CONCERN:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
J dmet ofF eeclo ure etured an
November 9, 2011 In the above

sale the following described real
0 mece at the Southwest corner
of the Southwest 1/4of Southeast 1/4 ~
oange 11 Est in Ipylr 8C u '
Florlda, and run North 00 degrees 33 ,
minutes *21 seconrt 9est 5.r6 e
minutes 24 seconds East, 356.20 feet
t~osthe Westerly Rightn of WeayP Ine o
Beginning; thence from sald Point of
Beg nnisng rmn Nodsh 2 inegre a
Right of way Line, 391.26 feet; thence
aun South 88de~gres 35 minue n
run south 46 degrees 25 minutes 58
s~eaohnds East, 4.48 fet t; entce ru


2011., 6:00 P.M, at the Suwannee River DEFENDANT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
Economic Council, Inc., Senior BARRED.
Center Bulldlng In Llve Oak, Florida. The date of the fkrst publication of this
Frances Terry, Executive Director notice Is November 18, 2011.
11/19/11 Personal Representative
Rlcky D. Sadler
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Civil Actlon No. ll018167CA01
Section: 21
FLORIDA FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSN
(FLCA)
Pldlntlff (s) /Petltloner (s)
vs.
DAGER, RICARDO L
Defendant (s) / Respondent (s)
NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE BY THE
CLERK
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to an Order or Final
Judgment entered In the above
styled cause now pending in sold
court, that I willi sell to the highest ando pp
best bidder for cash on-line a /L
www.MlamlDode.RealForeciose.co
0 Oat t:0o'lc AMnon apprecia

EXHIBIT A 1
The North 1/2 of the N.W. 1/4 of the
N.E. 1/4 of the N.W. 1/4 less the North
30 feet therepf for Road Way
giurposes lying In Section 36, Township
57 South, Range 38 East, containing
4.87 acres more or less, lying and
being In MIami, Dade county,

COMMENCING atb teshlrtShoeua
Range 9 East Taylor County, Florida;
mithes ee scns ds0E~ast aon t
East boundary Ilne of said section,
5299.18 feet to the Southeast corner
of Section 1, Township 4 South, Range
9 East Taylor County, Florida; thence



of Section 12, Township 4 South,
Range 9 East Taylor County, Florida; C
then sc30ntinue South 0audgrnees 01
east boundary lne of Section 13,
619.64 feet thence run West, 5708.94
feet, thece run Sout 187.1 teet o' 00 p
Jacket Road for the POINT OF
BEGINNING; thence from sold Point of
Beginning run North 1030.27 feet;
thence un nWs t6887 te; thnee
East 630.80 feet; thence run North
282.99 feet to a point in the
centerline of Yellow Jacket Road;
thence run oorthds8Ea oer s,sat A gift subscription to
centerline, 58.09 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
LESS AND EXCEPT Granger Grade.
SUBJECr TO AND TOGE HEReW1 Hadon Perfect 100 that SOlh80H
Easement~ ~ ~ ~ ~ oe el Jct ad
and Granger Grade, which roads are oe r Fry
described In that certain Notice of l0 f'llb
Roads recorded In Official Records
Book 533, Page~s) 699-705, Public
Records of Taylor County, Florida. A s
ANY PE SON CLARMONMG AN IN REST
ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY ,......
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN I~esdlvro
60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
WITNESS m~y hand and seal of this drs
court on October 31, 2001 IS
By: Vevqrly Lewis-James, Deputy
Clerk City

Low Firm: SANDLER &r SANDLER
Published 11/14/2011 11/21/2011 iPlease enclose check
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY,. FLORIDA ISg ygfcr
IN RE: ESTATE OF L .. .. . . ..
HILTON SADLER
Deceased
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 11-469CP
Division: Probate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The admlnistration of the estate of Announcements
ofdat eldeana e30h 20 1, ade
whose social security number Is 267- Advertising that Works. Pu
Irt999ols Tpending on te FCo Ilt your ad in Over 100 Paper
Probate Division, the address of throughout Florida for one
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personal representative and the Of VISit: Www.florida
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on whom a copy of this notice Is
requmted to btehsewved must fle t Eir CASH FOR CARSI Any Make
clais wih ths curt ITHI Te
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That's me!
.C.A. McElveen was a member of Foley Cub Scout Den 601 and recognized not only
himself in th#~ photo featured on last week's Looking Back page, but also several
others, including: (from left, seated) Allen Mickelson, Greg Willis, Neal Lindsey, twins
Mikey and Mike Mickelson, Charles Blume, Tom Baumgardner, McElveen, Pad Jarvis
and Mike Hooker.


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PERRY NEWS-HERALD
Nov. 18, 1976 .

TEACHER ISSUE
PITS PERRY VS.
STEINHATCHEE
The Taylor County School
Board approved an additional
teaching post and teacher's aide
position at Stembhatchee, but not
before quelling a disagreement
swirling around the issue.
It started the week before
when PTO members from Pery
Primary learned of the board's
intentions to add a faculty
member in Steinhatchee, and
sent spokespersons to this
meeting to request that no
more funding, be taken from
Perry schools and channeled to
Steinhatchee.
Their contention was "the
pupil ratio in Steinhatchee is
already equal to or exceeds


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By ANTHONY L. WHITE


When I was growing up, there were
everyday kitchen rules and there were
holiday kitchen rules that governed
what was on the menu and how meals
were prepared.
The everyday rules were open to
interpretation and changed according to
who was doing the cooking. However,
the holiday kitchen rules were written
in the stainless steel pots that were only
taken off the shelf to prepare special
meals.
My grandfather rarely ventured in the
kitchen or decided what was for dinner.
However, when it came to his holiday
dinner, he had one rule. Something wild
better be on the menu.
There are no shortcuts was my
grandmother's holiday kitchen rule.
That meant when it came time to
prepare what she called the best meal
of the year, there were no gravy packs
or pre-cooked foods. Except for pie
shells, there were no frozen items. And,
as I came to learn, there were no electric
choppers.
When I became big enoixgh to help
ou~t in the kitchen, I went along with
their holiday kitchen rules. I still do.
Well, not all of them. The one that
I've broken without regret is my
grandmother's rule about electric
choppers. I don't regret it because I
eventually got her to ease up on this
restriction. But it wasn't easy.
We were preparing Thanksgiving
dinner the first time I pulled out an
electric chopper. My grandmother
suspiciously eyed the contraption then
asked, "What's that?"
"It's the electric chopper I gave you
last Christmas," I answered. "I don't
know why you haven't used it,
;' What :are you going to, do with it?


she asked.
"Chop onions, celery and green
peppers," I replied then dropped an
onion in the chopper to demonstrate.
"All you have to do is press this button
and it chops the onion for you just like
that. No more tears."
She smiled approvingly and said with
all the enthusiasm of watching paint
dry, "Wow. It chops them up fast." Then,
in the next breath, she asked, "What are
you going to do with those chopped
onions?"
"I'm going to put them in the dressing
and in whatever else needs onions."
"No you're not," she snapped.
"Why?" I asked a little shocked by her
response.
"Because I like cut onions in dressing."
"What's the difference? Cut?
Chopped?"
"I like hand-cut onions in dressing,"
she said in the tone she used whenever
she deemed a conversation over and
she'd had the final say. "We'll try that
electric chopper one day when we're
just cookingg"
A few months later, used the
electric chopper to chop onions to go
in dressing for a Sunday dinner. After
my grandmother tasted the dressing,
she reconsidered her rule about electric
choppers in her holiday kitchen.
The rest of the rules are still written in
stainless steel.
I've come up with a Thanksgiving~
menu and my shopping list is complete.
Now, all I have to do is shop for
groceries, go hunting or beg a hunter for
the menu's something wild item, then
spend eight to 10 hours preparing what
my grandmother called the best meal of
the year.
:. There are r~io shortcuts.


Let's play
When was the last time you climbed on a jungle gym? Especially one made from
rope? Craig Willis .had one at his house, located at 101 Pine Tree Road and it was
surely a star-attraction for boys in the neighborhood, as seen by the photo above.
TDe picture wa dteakdeoca. 1 B60 and s ow, left tto ight are icR (Rickie) Ba fr
Brafford, I4ob (Bobb~y) Deschner, Willis, ? ?, and Dick (Dickie) Koch (on the ground).
The photo was shared on the Taylor County Historical Society's Face book page
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said he preferred to be called
"Bob." His practice centered
around internal/pulmonary
medicine.

BABIES GALORE
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Brown
announced the birth of their
daughter, Lindsay Nicole, on
Nov. 6 at Tallahassee Memorial.
She weighed 7 pounds, 2.5
ounces at birth.
Teresa Leeann Mann was
born to Mr. and Mrs. James G.
Mann on Nov. 5 at Doctors'

Somns .11.25 ouceswege
Felicia Yvonne Williams was
the newest family member for
Mr. and Mrs. Mozell Williams.
She weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces
at birth.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
McClellan announced the birth
of their baby girl, Kathern'
Michell, on Nov. 11.
Twin girls were born to Mr.
and Mrs. Tommy Hughes.
Evelina Arlene Hughes and
Emily Darlene Hughes arrived
at DMH on Nov. 3, weighing
5 pounds and 13 ounces, and
7.0 pounds, respectively.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy K.
Hillhouse welcomed baby son,
Shane Michael, to their world
on Nov. 3 at DMH.
if~any Claire Page was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Page on
Nov. 6 in Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital. She weighed 8
pounds, 5.25 ounces.

WEDDING BELLS TO
RING IN DECEMBER
Mrs. Joan Johnson announced
the forthcoming marriage of
her daughter, Teresa, to Dean
Marsh of Wilkesboro, N.C.
Teresa was a 1976 graduate of
Taylor County High School.

WHO ARE KING
AND QUEEN?
Ann Carmichael was chosen
queen and Steve Buckhalter
was named king during
Homecoming ceremonies.

OH NO ---
Coach Elmer Coker's Taylor
County High School Bulldogs


outplayed their Marianna
opponents for almost four full
quarters in their Homecoming
game at Dorsett Stadium, only
to give the visitors a tie on a
fumble late in the fourth quarter,
and lose the game 32-26 in the
three overtime periods which
followed.

SCANLON
REUNION
The annual Scanlon Reunion.
was held Nov. 6. drawinrz a


crowd of "Old Scanlonites" from
as far as Miami and Atlanta.
Mrs. J.H. Tedder baked a cake
for the event depicting "Pa-Boy
Holmes" working on a skidder
as he did for Brooks-Scanlon
during the 1920s.


AFB, Ga. Airman William
L. Mixon was selected for
technical training at Shepherd
AFB in Texas, specializing in
aircraft maintenance.

4-H AWARD GOES TO...


the ratio in schools in Perry"
and funding this position in
Steinhatchee would deprive the
Perry students of textbooks and
learning materials.
The steinhatchee delegation

drnipal Ocar Soar h
was currently teaching math
full-time and his classroom was
"Lintemrrpted constantly" for
matters needing the principal.
After all, the arguments were
aired, the board sided with the
Steinhatchee delegation and
authorized funding for faculty
enhancements.

LAKSHMIN WELCOMED
Front page welcomed
the newest doctor in town,
Gurusami Lakshmin of
Madras, India. Realizing the
difficulty Americans might have
with his name, the new doctor


The first vice president of the
MILITRY ATION Florida Forestry Association
Jerome A. Rodgers presented the top award to
completed basic training at Pepper Phillips for her high
Lackland Air Force Base in score in the senior division of
Texas, while Staf Sgt. Earl the State 4-H Forest Ecology
J. Johnson arrived at Moody Judging Contest.


SP.O. Box 888
Perry, Florida


123 S. Jefferson Street
(850) 584-5513


SLet us remember that, as
much has been given us,
much will be expected from
us, and that true homage
comes from the heart as well
as from the lips, and shows
itself in deeds.
--Theodore Roosevelt


We can only be saidi to be
alive in those moments
when ourr hearts are
conscious of our treasures.
--Thornton Wilder

Perhaps it takes a purer
faith to praise God for


unrealized blessings than
for those we once enjoyed or
those we enjoy now.
--A.W.'lbzex

All that we behold
is full of blessings.
--William Wordsworth


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PresideCt Wdactash invites
members and all interested
persons to attend the Monday'
Nov. 21, meeting of the Taylor
County Historical Society.
Beginning at 7 p.m., the
meeting will feature Auley
Rowell as guest speaker. He will
discuss water resources in the
area.

IfGils COilecti00
SChedule announced
The City of Perry has
announced the following
garbage collection schedule for
next week:
*Regularly scheduled service
on Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 21
and 22.
*Everyone will receive pick-
up service Wednesday, Nov. 23.
*City offices and departments
will be closed Thursday, Nov.
24, and Friday, Nov. 25, for the
Thanksgiving holidays.

Annual cake auction is
today
Buckeye Community Federal
Credit Union will host its annual
United Way Cake Auction Friday,
Nov. 18, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
"Come buy a delicious
dessert for Thanksgiving and
save yourself some cooking
time,"organizers said.
Proceeds benefit United Way
and all funds raised in Taylor
County will be distributed in
Taylor County.

Free BBQ planned
Saturday
Local veterans are invited to
a free BBQ hosted by AMVETS
Post 20 Saturday, Nov. 19, at
City Park from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Food distribution to be
held Nov.~ 23
Jerkins Food Pantry will hold
a food distribution Wednesday,
Nov. 23, beginning at 8a.m. and
continuing until all are served.
The pantry is located at
Jerkins Community Center.



Christmas on the qae i b


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.

Rifle/scope
combination


Enforcement Torch Run for
Special Olympics committee
is holding a drawing to win a
hunting rifle (with scope).
Tickets are $1 each and the
drawing will be held Dec. 23.
Tickets are available at the
Perry Police Department,

2011 Toy Run slated
Drc 3
Local riders are invited to
"save the date" for the 2011
Toy Run to benefit Guardian ad
Litem planned Saturday, Dec. 3.

TayTo Cr nty C0ubteus att 1
a.m. with the final destination
being Econfina River Resort.
Admission is anew unwrapped
toy or a $20 donation.
For more information, contact
Wendy at 838-5190.


No sentence reduction for 1975 murderer


FOr more than a week in July
1975, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell
Neeley anxiously awaited news
regarding the whereabouts of
their 23-year-old son Benjamin,
affectionately known as
"Benny."


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A law enforcement pursuit which began in Madison and cut
through Taylor County Wednesday afternoon ended in Leon
County with the arrest of Keevis Dobson, 24.
The Taylor County Sheriff's Office (TCSO) was notified of the
pursuit around noon and dispatched officers to the area of C.R. 14
and U.S. 19 North.
'"The suspect was driving a stolen vehicle and the pursuit came
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Driver asleep at the wheel
A Sebring woman crashed on U.S. 19 Monday after she fell
asleep at the wheel.
Martha J. Brown, 58, was traveling south on U.S. 19 north of
Tennille, according to a report from Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper James I. Parker Jr.
Brown fell asleep, causing her 2004 Cadillac Seville to travel
onto the west shoulder of U.S. 19, sideswiping a guardrail, Parker
said in his report.
Brown then overcorrected, causing the vehicle to travel southeast
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Lee Wade and Earl R. Styer, Styer in the bac
who at that time was going by "Further
the name Michael Earl Small. reconsidered i
Terry, Wade and Styer had told spare Neeley
Neeley that they were on their him to stop th~
way to Texas to work on an oil apparently real
rig. Neeley agreed to give them about to hapI
a ride. Neeley drove his truck, the ditch and a
Wade rode in the cab with him, on foot. Unfold
and Terry and Styer rode in the caught. The th:
back. kneel on the tl
"While on the way, Wade discussed who
pulled a pistol that he had stolen shoot him.N
in Gainesville and ordered once in the ba
Neeley to stop the truck. Wade His body was
apparently planned to rob and woods off U.S.
kill him. The other two were area.
able to talk Wade out of killing "Neeley's p
Neeley and the four returned to July 4, 1975,
the truck with Neeley driving, Pes
Wade in the cab, and Terry and lae


The 1970 Taylor County
High School graduate was
expected home July 3 from his
construction job in Palatka and
never arrived.
On July 12, 1975, Neeley's
body was found in a wooded
area approximately 10 miles
south of Perry. He had been shot
once in the back of the head.
His small pick-up was found
near Pensacola on Interstate 10
with the contents of his luggage
strewn in the back of the truck,
which was out of gas.
Three men would ultimately
be arrested and convicted for
their roles in Neeley's death.
On Wednesday, the Florida
Parole Commission held a
hearing to consider a sentence


reduction for one of those men,
Earl Styer.
State Attorney Robert "Skip"
Jarvis appeared before the
commission to successfully
oppose Styer's release.
In detailing accounts of the
investigation, Jarvis said this is
what officials learned regarding
the events surrounding Neeley's
murder:
"On July 4, 1975, Benjamin
Neeley was returning from his
work on a construction job in
Palatka to his home in Perry.
He never arrived. His parents
contacted the Taylor County
Sheriff's Office when he did not
return home.
"On the way he befriended
Ray Wesson Terry Jr., Robert


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attemptedd to flee
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Earl R. Styer


State Representative Leonard
Bembry (D-North Florida)
announced Thursday his
candidacy for United States
Congress from Florida's second
district.
He has filed the necessary
paperwork with the Federal
Election Commission and will
begin traveling the district
and building a campaign
immediately. A formal
announcement tour will. follow.
'"The priorities of this
Congress couldn't be more
wrong for North Florida and our
nation Bembry said.
"While politicians in
Washington fight with each
other and refuse to address the
big issues we face, real people
everywhere continue to struggle
with a stalled economy and
poor job market that need a jolt
charge and a runaway budget
that needs to be responsibly
controlled. Steve Southerland


Leonao tsemory
has not delivered on the
political promises he made in
2010 to *create jobs, change
Washington, DC, and bring
practical solutions that will put
Floridians back to work and
tackle the tough challenges we
face."
Bembry was elected
to the Florida House of
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Taylor County High sophomore quarterback Daniel Wentworth (18) dives for
yardage during action in last Friday's 37-6 win over Florida High. The Bulldogs finished
the regular season with a 7-3 record and begin the Class 4A playoffs tonight (Friday)
by traveling to face the Yulee Hornets (7-3). For a detailed preview of the game, see
page A-7. (Photo by Wayne Dunwoody)


FWC officials said.
'"This is our version of having
a listed protected species and
being able to take it off that list.
This is a success story," said
Commissioner Brian Yablonski
about the increased recreational
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Recreational anglers targeting
red drum in northern Florida
can soon take home more of
the popular fish, thanks to a
change approved Wednesday
by the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC).
The decision came during


the first day of the two-day
November commission meeting
in Key Largo.
The changes take effect
Feb. 1, 2012, and include the
following: .
*Create three management
areas for red drum (the
northwest, the northeast and the


south) instead of one statewide
management area;
*Increase the number of
red drum that a recreational
fisherman can take per day in
the northeast and northwest
regions of the state from one to
two red drum;
*Establish a statewide vessel


limit of eight red drum;
*Limit the number of red
drum that can be transported on
land to six red drum per person.
These rule changes are
the result of a successful
management strategy that began
in 1989, when the species was
considered severely overfished,


TaylOr honored
Family and friends of the late Roy (Gene) Taylor have sponsored a bench in his
honor to be placed at Veterans Memorial Park. Shown presenting the donation to
park volunteer Ed Sheffield, far right, are: (I to r) Ruth Harvey, Taylor Lilliott, Nancy
Geohagan, Hayden Lilliott, Clara Lilliott and Ann Taylor. Not pictured are Karen Taylor
and Roy Taylor Jr. The family is shown in front of the Korean War monument. Taylor
was a veteran of that conflict.


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