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SMay 25-26, 2012

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Bridge

meeting

is Tuesday
The replacement of the
U.S. 221 bridge over the
Econfina River in Shady
Grove in northern Taylor
County will be discussed
at a public information
meeting led by the
Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT) next
week.
The informal meeting will
be held on Tuesday, May 29,
from 4:30-6 p.m. at Shady
Grove Community Center,
located at 4225 Alton
Wentworth Road (County
Road 14). The "open house"
format will allow those
interested in the project to
stop by anytime and look
at the project design plans
and speak with FDOT staff,
officials said. There will
be no formal presentation.
A public comment period
begins at 6 p.m.
The FDOT proposes to
replace the existing bridge,
built in 1939, with a new,
wider, two-lane bridge with
emergency shoulders and
updated barrier wall. During
the construction, scheduled
to begin in early 2015, a
temporary bridge will be
provided on the east of the
existing bridge while it is
torn down and replaced. The
estimated cost of the project
is $7 million and expected
to take about two years to
complete.


News Forum
Library closed for
Memorial Day
The Taylor County
Public Library will be
closed Saturday, .May 26,
and Monday, May 28, in
observance of Memorial Day.
The library will re-open
Tuesday, May 29.

School district plans
end-of-year events
As the 2011-12 school
year is winding down, parents
are reminded of the following
important events coming up:
The Taylor County High
School graduation ceremony
will be held Saturday, June
2, at 8:30 a.m. at Dorsett
Stadium.
Taylor Technical Institute
will hold its graduation
ceremony Friday, June
1, at 7 p.m. in the TCHS
gymnatorium.
Steinhatchee School
will hold its eighth grade
graduation ceremony
Thursday, May 31, at 6 p.m. at
the school.
Headstart will hold
its end-of-year awards
program in Steinhatchee on
Tuesday, May 29, at 6 p.m.
at Steinhatchee School. (The
Perry ceremony was held
Thursday, May 24.)
Taylor County Pre-K will
hold its four-year-olds closing
ceremony Thursday, May 31,
at 6 p.m. in the Taylor County
Middle School auditorium.
The Steinhatchee ceremony
will be held Monday, June
4, at 6 p.m. at the Family
Learning Center.

Meet the candidates
The Youth Ministry of New
Brooklyn M.B. Church will
host a "Meet the Candidates"
dinner Saturday, June 16,
starting at 6 p.m.
Donations of $20 are asked
per person.


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Taylor salt works



largest in the



Confederacy

Florida's population may have been small when the state
seceded from the union, but its contribution to the Civil
War was no small measure-with salt being among its chief
assets.
The salt works that spanned 30 miles along Taylor
County's coast are believed to have been the largest in the
Confederacy.
On Monday, members of the Taylor County Historical
Society were given an inside look at the salt work operations
here during a presentation by Paige and Jamey Creole of
Havana. '
Clad in Civil War-era period dress, the pair well
represented the "everyday" worker of the time.
"When Florida seceded from the Union, our population
wa.s.mall compared to the other states in the Confederacy.
So-our greatest contribution to the Confederacy would be in
supply. Florida produced cotton, tobacco, turpentine, beef,
pork, tallow, hides, cane, sugar, syrup, corn, dried fish and
*.* Please see page 6


Iggs were packed
during the Civil War.


Third

graders'

fates lie

in FCAT

scores
With Florida
Comprehensive Assessment
Test (FCAT) scores trickling
in from the state, Taylor
County School District
officials are examining
newly released third grade
scores to determine which
students will have to take
additional assessments or
attend a summer reading
camp before they can
advance to fourth grade.
Superintendent of
Schools Paul Dyal said
Thursday the 'district has
not yet received individual
student scores, but based
on the data available,
approximately 44 students
scored a one on the reading
portion of the FCAT, making
them currently ineligible to
advance to the next grade.
According to figures
released by the Florida
Department of Education
(DOE), 202 students took
the test at Taylor County
Elementary School (TCES),
of which 25 percent scored
a one. At Steinhatchee
School, 18 students took the
test with 39 percent scoring
a one.
Dyal said those students
will be required to take
an alternative assessment
test with those passing
advancing to fourth grade.
Those who do not pass that
Please see page 2


Taylor County sons honored Monday


The Taylor County
community is invited to
honor the lives and legacies
of those who paid the
ultimate price for freedom
during Memorial Day
ceremonies Monday, May
28, at Veterans Memorial
Park, starting at 9 a.m.
Randy Trammell of
American Legion Post 96
has spearheaded this year's
event and spent countless
hours researching the names
of those killed in action
from Taylor County.
"We will be honoring
Taylor County veterans who
gave their lives for freedom
from World War I through
the War of Terror. We will
read each soldier's name


New

sand for

Hodges

Park?
The beach at Hodges Park
will soon receive a makeover
after commissioners
allocated funds for new
sand.
Last week, the Taylor
County Commission voted
unanimously to spend
$7,500 out of the county
reserve for capital projects
for a new layer of sand along
with paint for the pavilions
and bathrooms.
County staff is also
*- Please see page 2


Index

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as well as a small bit of
information we've been able
to gather about them. We
will ask any family member
present to stand and be
recognized" Trammell said.
Veterans from World


War II, Korea, Vietnam
and Desert Storm will be
represented at the ceremony.
Veterans Service Officer
Joe Collins will serve as
guest speaker and the Rev.


Chester Demps will deliver
the prayer.
"We really wanted to do
all we could to recognize the
sacrifice these men and their
families made," Trammell
said.


Soldiers to be honored
include:
World War I
U.S. Army Private Capus
Lee Leggett: born Feb. 27
1894; died March 15, 1918;


lived in Loughridge.
U.S. Army Private
Oscar V. Howard: born Feb.
4, 1894; died Dec. 23,,1918;
lived in Salem.
U.S. Army Private
Thomas J. Jones: died Feb.


23, 1919; lived in Perry.
U.S. Army Private
Shelly Brown: born April
23, 1890; died Oct. 9, 1918;
lived in Salem.
Nathanael Murry: died


Oct. 9, 1918.
Edward C. Mills: U.S.
Army; died Sept. 27, 1918;
lived in Stephensville;
buried at Barrancas National
Cemetery in Pensacola.
World War II
Hugh C. Blue: technician
5th grade, U.S. Army, killed
ih action.
U.S. Army Staff Sgt.
James R. Brock: buried in
Nettuno, Italy.
U.S. Army Captain
Ralph L. Christy: buried in
Margraten, Holland.
U.S. Army Cpl. George
Connell: buried in Henri
Chapelle, Belgium.
Private First Class
** Please see page 2


Everyone say 'cheese'
The Capital City Bank Group Foundation recently presented the Boys & Girls Club of North Central
Florida with a $2,000 donation for program supplies. Shown above with members of the Veterans Park
unit are Taylor County Bank President Debbie Bassett (left) and Boys & Girls Club Chief Professional
Officer Emily Ketring. "The Boys & Girls Club of North Central Florida is thankful for Capital City Bank's
involvement in the community and their interest in the Boys & Girls Club," Ketring said.


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Summer reading camp will be offered


FCAT "
Continued from page 1
test will need to attend a
six-week summer reading


camp. At the end of the next school year.
camp, students will be able Meanwhile, 45 percent
to retake the test, with those of students at TCES and
who do not pass at that point 33 percent at Steinhatchee
being retained in third grade School scored a three


Taylor County war dead


buried in France, Holland


SONS HONORED
Continued from page 1
U.S. M.C.R.: Robert Lee
Faulkner: killed March
1945 in Iwo Jimo; he was
the son of Thomas J. "Boss"
and Della C. Faulkner.
U.S. Army Technical
Sgt. Ben B. Ferns Jr.: killed
flying over Berlin in May
1944; he was the son of Ben
Ferns Sr. and Jewel Beach
Ferns.
U.S. Army Private
Melton Futch: killed in
action.
U.S.M.C.R. Private
First Class James Edward
Gamble: he was the son
of Mr. and Mrs. George C.
Gamble.
U.S. Army Private F.M.
Goodman.
U.S. Naval Air Reserve
Ensign Rayford G. Huxford:
killed Feb. 1, 1943 off the
Pacific Coast; he was the
son of Jeremiah Orvin and
Hattie Lane Huxford.
U.S. Army 1st Lt.
Nathan F. Lindsey.
U.S. Army Private
Simmon Miller: buried
at the Memphis National
Cemetery in Memphis,
Tenn.
Sgt. Raymond L. Mixon.
U.S. Army Private
Charley Moss.
Private 1st Class James
H. Naher: killed in action.
Private William H.
Ousley.
U.S. Army 5th Grade
Technician: Malcom 41.
Parker: killed in action;
buried at Saint Laurent,
France. '
U.S. Army Private
James D. Parker: killed in
action.


U.S. Army Private 1st
Class Roy A. Sadler: killed
in action; buried in Epinal,
France.
U.S. M. C. R. Staff
Sgt. Van C. Swearingen Jr.:
the son of Mrs. Nettie J.
Swearingen.
U.S. Army Private 1st
Class Elbert L. Thompson:
the son of Royce L. and
Bertha Kent Thompson.
Cpl. James E. Ward.
U.S. Army 1st Sgt.
Parker P. Whiddon.
U.S. Navy Reserve
Ensign William Luther
Wood: the son of Mrs. Eva
Ann Loughridge.
Korean War
U.S. Army Private 1st
Class Elzie L. Blair: died
July 27, 1950.
U.S. Army Private 1st
Class Emory M. Blanton:
died July 27, 1950.
U.S. Army Private 1st
Class Charles L. Broome:
U.S. Army Private
Robert H. Coghlan: died
Dec. 2, 1950.
U.S. Army Private Otto
Mann: died Oct.'14, 1951.
U.S. Army Private 1st
Class Joey Moody: died
June 21, 1952; brother of
Ann Moody Taylor.
U.S. Army Cpl. Lum
L. Slaughter: died Dec. 1,
1950.
Jimmy Robertson: the
son of J.S. "Seb" and Ollie
Wilcox Robertson; he died
in 1953 while serving in
the U.S. Air Force when
his plane was lost off the
Alaskan shores.
* Vietnam War
U.S. Army Platoon Sgt.
Douglas Gaines Jr.: born
Nov. 2, 1936; died Sept.


16, 1968, at Hua Nghia,
Republic of Vietnam; light
weapons infantry.
Private 1st Class U.S.
Army Jimmy Rollings:
born Oct. 18, 1947; died
April 9, 1966, in Republic
of Vietnam; light weapons
infantry.
U.S. Marine Corps
Lance Cpl. Jack Stephen
Smith: born July 15, 1948;
died July 26, 1968, at Quang
Nam, South Vietnam;
asaultman, 5th Marines.
U.S. Army Specialist 4th
Class Billy Jacob Hartsfield:
born Feb. 8, 1949; died
March 27, 1970, at Quang
Tin, Republic of Vietnam;
aircraft maintenance
crewman.
U.S. Marine Corps.
Cpl. Paul Raymond Evans:
born Jun 4, 1946; died
May 5, 1968, at Quang
Nam, Republic of Vietnam;
rifleman; Regiment, 27th
Marine. '
War on Terror
Sgt. Michael S.
Larixiere: born Aug. 8,
1961; died Oct. 23, 1983,
at Beirut; buried in Natick,
Mass.
Henry Sanders: Desert
Storm.
"It was amazing to find
how many of our soldiers
are buried overseas and
elsewhere. I tried to find
out as much information
as I could. If anyone has
additional information
about these men, please
get in contact with me,"
Trammell said.
"I encourage everyone
to join ds as we salute the
memory of these brave men
and all our veterans who
died in freedom's name."


or higher (considered
proficient) on the reading
portion of the FCAT. This
was below the state average
of 56 percent of students
scoring a three or above.
On the math portion,
48 percent of TCES third
graders and 39 percent of
Steinhatchee School third
graders scored a three or
above, compared to 58
percent statewide.


The percentages were
up in most cases compared
to the percentage of third
graders scoring a three or
above last year, although
comparisons between the
two years are difficult
because of the multitude
of changes state education
officials made to the FCAT
this year.
Dyal said DOE is
expected to provide districts


with a modified version of
last year's scores updated
with the new grading system
to allow for more accurate
comparisons.
"When you consider the
new rigor of the test, we
were pretty close to last
year," Dyal said.
"We hoped to do better,
but without the adjusted
scores from DOE, it's hard
to compare."


nmate labor will be utilized


HODGES PARK
Continued from page 1
looking to the
possibility of soddling the
current grassy area at the
park.


According to County
Administrator Jack Brown,
to provide a new layer of
sand for the entire park
would cost approximately
$16,000.
Brown also outlined a


number of measures being
used to reduce sand spurs,
from manually collecting
them to using a large
roller. Inmate labor will be
used to paint the pavilions
and bathrooms, he said.


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on military bases in violation of federal law

* Obama attempts to control the hiring policies of Christian schools

* Obama sides with Islamists in the UN to create blasphemy laws,
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* Obama issues a mandate forcing religious schools and hospitals
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Religious liberty is in danger! Take action!
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A-3 Perry News-Herald May 25-26, 2012



23 Red Hats visit 'Old Mexico'

On Saturday, April 28, 23 members of the Roseheads of made.
Perry, chapter 2207 of the Red Hat Society, met for lunch After the blessing, a variety of appetizers and lunch
at Old Mexico restaurant, located on South Byron Butler entrees were served and enjoyed with good conversation
Parkway. and lots of laughter. Desserts and fresh coffee concluded
After drink and lunch orders were given, Martelle Shiver the meal..
rang the Red Hat bell and Debi Limoges welcomed "All agreed that excellent food, prompt service and good
everyone. Patricia Lindsey thanked the group for their friends made for a wonderful time together," said Cheryl
help with Relay For Life; other announcements were Gregory.



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of Debi Limoges (left) and Martelle Shiver took
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Road on Red Oak Road --
was enjoyed by three car
loads of Steinhatchee
Garden Club members.
Sandy Pines is a native
plant nursery (and more!)
owned by Debbie and Jim
Ross. Debbie has signs at
each plant area which tells
what the plant is and how to
care for it. (After all, she is
a Master Gardener!) She
had cookies and drinks
waiting for us and was full
of wonderful information
about the many flowers,
shrubs and trees that she has
for sale. By the time we
left, all three cars were
loaded down with various
plants but that did not stop
us from going to the Hot
Dog Stand for lunch.
We also could not pass up
a chance to stop at the craft


shop, Mabel Rose, which is Realty, to look at all the are for sale there. A grand
located in the back of Beach jewelry and other crafts that time was had by all!


Betty Mason, Sue Reblin and Elaine Howell (front row) toured Sandy
Pines, along with (back row:) Pat McShane, Sue Guilbeau, Susan
Archibald, Judy Gantenbein, Bonnie Heaton, Glenda Shrimper, Sylvia
Word and Linda Johnson.


'Tedder graduates from Flagler College in St. Augustine


Michael Tedder of Perry
recently graduated with a
bachelor of arts degree from
Flagler College.
Tedder was one of
approximately 386 Flagler
seniors who participated in
the spring commencement
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A-4 Perry News-Herald May25-26, 2012


On Sunday, May 27, St.
James Episcopal Church
will celebrate Pentecost--
the birth of the church--
with a Homecoming picnic
following the 10 a.m.
worship service.
"The celebration of
Pentecost is the great
festival that marks the birth
.of the Christian church by
the giving of the power of
the Holy Spirit. Pentecost
means, '50th day' and is
celebrated the 50th day
!after Easter," the church
:notes. "We invite all
:members, former members
:and former clergy of St.
:James to come and
celebrate with us. We will
have a cookout complete
with a birthday cake. Since
.red is the liturgical color of
:Pentecost we invite you to
wear red. Casual attire is
recommended; the picnic
will be on the lawn,
weather permitting.

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:By SARAH HALL
A Tribute to all the
2012 Graduates
If you can't be a pine on
itop of the hill, be a scrub in
the valley, but be the best
:little scrub by the side of the
:rill; be a bush if you can't be
.a tree.
If you can't be a bush, be
a bit of the grass and some
highway happier make; if
.you can't be a muskie, then
just be a bass, but the
liveliest bass in the lake!
We can't all be captains,
we've got to be crew, there's
:something for all of us here;
there's big work to do, and
there's lesser to do, and the
task you must do--is the
near.
If you can't be a highway,
then just be a trail,' if you
can't be the sun, be a star; it
isn't by the size that yqu, win.,.
or you fail, be the best of
whatever you are! (By
Douglas Malloch)
Baptism slated
Baptism is planned at
New Brooklyn on Sunday,
May 27, beginning at 10:30
a.m. If any church has
candidates that need to be
baptized, they are welcome
to participate. Please call
584-5723 for Pastor D.L.
McBride or.Assisiant Pastor
Booker Edwards.
Families in
bereavement
The families of the late
Freda Johnson of
Jacksonville need to be
remembered in our prayers,
along with the families of
the late Mary Scott. the late
Jenny Miller, and the late
Matthew Houston of
Miami, brother of Kathryn
Glover and Lucis Powell.


Obituaries ..


Shirley Jean
Churchwell Donaldson
Shirley Jean Churchwell
Donaldson, 75, died May
23, 2012.
She was the daughter of
Marvin William
Churchwell and Mary
"Nadine" Kirk Churchwell.
Coming from Westville,
she had been a resident of
Perry since 1994. She was a
Baptist and a homemaker.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Houston Donaldson; one
son, Thomas Luther
Skinner; and her parents.
Survivors include: four
sons, Mark McCoy of
Vernon, Larry (Gaye)
Skinner of Ponce de Leon,
Ira (Gena) Skinner Jr. of
Vernon, Rusty (Brenda)
Skinner of Oneonta, Ala.;
one daughter, Karen


(Crickett) Bailey of Perry;
one daughter-in-law, Linda
Skinner of Missouri; one
sister, Saundra Sue
Jennings of Meeker, Okla.;
many nieces and nephews.
Services will be
scheduled at a later date.
Jenny Louque Miller
Jenny Louque Miller, 66,
died, May 22, 2012.
A native and lifelong
resident of Perry, she was a
1961 graduate of Jerkins
High School. She was a
member of New Brooklyn
Missionary Baptist Church,
former member of the
Senior Choir, former youth
director, Sunday School
member, member of the
Eastern Star and NAACP.
She retired from the Taylor
County School System as a
paraprofessional.


She was preceded in
death by her parents, Leola
and Jack McCoy.
Survivors include: one
son, Sylvester (Darlene)
Jones Jr. of Mableton, Ga.;
two daughters, Tracey
Timmons and Jennifer
Miller, both of Perry; one
brother, Lester Flowers of
Perry; a sister, Helen Hall,
Perry; and 6 grandchildren.


Jenny Louque Miller


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Prayers are also extended
to Annie Pigford at home,
Lucille Dalton at TMH,
Betty Howard, Barney
Smith and A.D. Jones, at
home, as well as Lillie
Cooper in California.
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for students Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday and
Friday from 2:30 until 6:30
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Sponsored by Brooklyn
Community Development
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program is for grades K-8.
Classes will be held in the
fellowship hall of New
Brooklyn M.B. Church.


Anniversary on
Sunday
The New Mt. Zion
Missionary Ministry
anniversary will be Sunday,
May 27, at 3 p.m. featuring
Josephine Madry as guest
speaker.
Irene Barnes is president
and Izell Montgomery Jr. is
pastor.


New in town, or just wanting to learn more about our God?.
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Wednesday Bible Study at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is our Honored Guest!


Funeral services will be
held Saturday, May 26, at
11 a.m. at New Brooklyn
Missionary Baptist Church
with interment at Springhill
Cemetery, Family members
will receive friends today,
Friday, from 5-7 p.m. at the
church; Trinity Funeral
Home is in charge.
Geraldine Brown Shaw
Geraldine Brown Shaw,
68, died Monday, May 21,
2012, at her residence.
A native and lifelong
resident of Taylor County,
she was the daughter of
Arthur Padgett and the
former Eunice Murray.
Mrs. Shaw was a bus driver
for the Taylor County
School District for many
and member of the First
Assembly of God.
She was predeceased by
her first husband, Glennis
Brown, and her parents.
Survivors include: her
husband of 10 years, John
0. Shaw of Perry; one son,


Keith Brown of Perry; one
daughter, Lisa Brown of
Perry; three step-sons, John
Edwin Shaw, Martin Shaw
and Gilbert Shaw, all of
Perry; mother-in-law,
Myrtice Brown Wilson of
Perry; five sisters, Lucky
Lewis, Shirley Blair, Mary
Jane Cannon, Linda
Brickey and Nancy Padgett,
all of Perry; two brothers,
Kenneth Padgett and
Linson Williams, both of.
Perry; three grandchildren,
Troy Brown, Anthony
Reddish and Felicity
Brown; three great-,
grandchildren; and a host of
nieces, nephews, other
relatives and friends.
Funeral services were
held May 24 at First
Assembly of God at 11 a.m.
with David Stephens
officiating and interment at
Carlton Cemetery.
Visitation was held May 23
from 6- 8 p.m. at Burns
Funeral Home which was in
charge of arrangements.


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bushes and dirt.
Squealing, laughing,
getting hurt.
Aims held out
for kisses and hugs.
Tiny fingers
finding bugs.
Rough and tuff,
sweet and shy.
Snuggling for
a lullaby,
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the countless joys
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Sports



Keaton Beach

SFishing Report


Georgia duo catch 15

trout, 2 reds, flounder


BY PAT MCGRIFF
onemorecast@gtcom.net
Trout have continued to
please most folks fishing out
of Keaton Beach as we have
had limits most days this
past week on my One More
Cast charters.
Live pinfish rigged under
Back Bay Thunders have
taken most of the trout while
Cajun Flash Jigspinners
have taken most of the reds.
The trout are still liking the
3.5-4.5 foot depths while
most of the reds are around
3 feet deep.
I would expect the
Memorial Day weekend
to yield a bunch of great
fishing, however I would be
very careful for the boaters
who don't go out that often
... who may just be out. there
this weekend.
Saturday, I had Terry and
his son Daniel Haney of
Valdosta, Ga., out and we
had 14 trout fishing with
live pinfish under Back Bay
Thunders in 3.5-4.5 feet of
water.
Sunday, I took Tya and
Shane Camp of Hahira,
Ga., out and they caught
a beautiful mess of fish
including 15 trout, with
three over 21 inches long,
Two reds to 27 inches a 20-
inch flounder and a bluefish.
They caught all the trout, one
red (Tya) and the flounder
(Tya) on live pinfish under
Back Bay Thunders and
the 26-inch red on a Cajun
Flash.. Spinerbait _with a
Cantaloupje tail.
Monday, I had Jared
Singletary and his
pal, Wayne Dodson of
Thomasville, Ga., out and


we caught 13 trout, two
blues, a red and a flounder
all on live pins under Back
Bay Thunders from 3.5-4.5
feet of water.
Tuesday, we had 11 trout
including a 5.6 pounder
for Michael Wallom of
Chassahowitzka, Fla., and
his son Scott Wallom of
Albany, Ga. We caught two
reds, one on a Cajun Flash
jig spinner with a Chicken-
On-A-Chain Assassin Sea
shad tail, and the other with
the 11 trout using Back Bay
Thunders with live pinfish
from 4.5-5 feet of water.
Can't say enough about
those 3ACK BAY's.
Hey, here are a few
reports from Keaton Beach
Marina:
On May 16, Danny Ellison
had five friends on his
boat--the "Beats Working"--
and caught a limit of 25 trout
with four over 20 inches,
one Spanish, 2 flounder and
10 black sea bass. This crew
was tossing Gulp at them in
4-8 feet of water.
Seth Harper and Eric
Slaughter of Perry had 4
reds from 24 to 27 inches
and five trout to 20 inches
from 3 feet of water on
Spinnerbaits and Topwater
baits last Saturday.
Dennis Nixon, Rylin
Waters and Peyton Hilyer
had 9 trout with a 22.5 inch
topper using New Penny
and Goby Gulp from 3-6
feet of water on Sunday.
CaTilin Chi free Tot in a.7
had a limit of trout and one
red, using live pinfish under
Cajun Thunders from 3-4
feet of water Sunday.


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A-5 Perry News-Herald
May 25-26, 2012



State snapper season

will open for 40 days


The 2012 recreational red
snapper season in Gulf of
Mexico state waters will be
June 1 through July 10, a
total of 40 days.
The state season is the same
as the recently announced
federal recreational red
snapper season.
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) voted
to keep a 40-day, June 1
through July 10. season
regardless of whether the
federal season is further
shortened. Florida state


waters in the Gulf extend out
to nine nautical miles from
shore; federal waters extend
beyond that line.
Gulf red snapper stocks
are rebuilding their numbers,
but the stock needs higher
numbers of older fish to be
sustainable, FWC officials
said. Red snapper are
estimated to live nore than
50 years, but most fish in the
current stock are only a few
years old.
More information about
red snapper fishing is
available at MyFWC.com.


Bulldogs to face NFC
The Taylor County High football 'team under.
new Coach Ryan Smith will play defending 2A1
State Champs North Florida Christian tonight in.,
Tallahassee in the annual spring game. FormeE,
TCHS Coach Steve Price is now the defensive
coordinator for NFC, giving the Bulldogs some
added incentive to play well in the contest
Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at the NFC campus.

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Taylor County United winners
The Ware Oil team consisting of (left to right) Scott Peters, Rick Herr,
Travis Coker and Don Everett won the Taylor County United, Inc., golf
scramble recently at the Perry Golf and Country Club. Placing second was
the Rocky's team made up of Bennett Welsh, Ashley Holton, Stacy Holton
and Joe Lyles.


Today is the
deadline for
chuch softball
registration

for the upcoming Church
Softball League is today
(May 25) with the season
set to begin June 4.
The entry fee is $500 per
team. While the roster size
is unlimited, the deadline
for adding players is the first
week of the season. Players
must be 14 years of age by
July 1.
Fees and rosters should be
turned in at city hall during
regular business hours.
For more information,
contact Bryant Christman at
584-3029.


tourney set

for June 16
The 3rd Annual Nauti-:
Girls Fishing Tournament
will be held Saturday, June'
16, in Steinhatchee.
A captains' meeting and
silent auction will be held
June 15, from 6-8:30 p.m. at
the Riverview House. ,
Prizes will be awarded fori
1st, 2nd and 3rd place trout
and redfish, most spots on
redfish, largest ladyfish and
a special mystery fish prize.7
Tickets are $30 each and
are available at local marinas
and the captains' meeting.
For more information call
352-498-2556.


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A-6 Perry News-Herald May 25-26, 2012




Adams Bay here attacked in February 186I2


TAYLOR SALT WORKS
Continued from page 1
and most importantly salt,"
Paige Creole said.
"Prior to the war most of
our salt came from imports
from Great Britain, the
Mediterranean countries
and islands in the Caribbean.
From 1857 to 1860 the New
Orleans Port alone was
receiving 350 tons of salt a
day from England. So, the
Confederacy anticipated
they would need six million
bushels of salt a year.
"The need for so much salt
was due to the importance
of salt in our daily lives.
Our livestock needed it in
their diets to stay healthy
and avoid diseases such as
Hoof and Mouth. We used
salt in our tanning process
to make leather. We
used this leather to make
harnesses and shoes. We
used small amounts of salt
in our dyes which would
help set the colors in our
homespun. We used salt in
our food preservation. We
packed our butter in salt to
pull out all the moisture in
the butter so that it would
not spoil. We stored our and
transported our eggs in salt.
This allowed the eggs not
to touch each other and it
prevented them from being
exposed to air. We cured
our meats with salt. We put
standards in place to insure
that our meats would not
spoil (1000 pounds of pork
would use 2 bushels of salt;
500 pounds of beef would
use 1 V1 bushels of salt).
"But most importantly,
our soldiers needed it in
their diets to stay healthy.
Salt in a soldier's diet was
not just to add flavor to his
food but it also helped their
wounds to heal faster and
prevent diseases. A soldier
was granted one and one-
half pounds of salt in their
rations each month."
She continued, "Florida
started its own government
salt works all along the
coast lines. The two biggest
ones were in Taylor County
and in Bay County.
"These two salt works
uere producing salt so well
because the saline content
in the marshes was higher
than regular seawater. The
marsh area in these areas
had an intensified salt
content due to a three year
dIought prior to the war.
At St. Andrew Bay in Bay
County it was documented
that for every 100 gallons
of water they were
yielding about 75 gallons of
salt.
"These government
salt works consisted of
masonry kilns, pumps,


pipes or aqueducts,
carpenters and blacksmith
shops, horses and wagons
for transportation and
storehouses containing
provision for as much as
three months. The most
important part was the salt
kettles and pans. It was
basically a city among
itself.
"At the beginning of
the war, most of the salt
workers were slaves that
were managed by draft
rejects or wounded vets that
had returned from the war.
"On Aug. 12, 1862,
George W. Randolph,
Secretary of War, asked
the president of the
Confederacy, Jefferson
Davis, to review the
exemption act because
there seemed to be an
omission of millers, tanners
and salt makers. Secretary
Randolph knew how vital
these positions were to the
success of the Confederacy
and should be included in
the exemption of military
service.
"On Sept. 11, 1862,
Gov. Milton addressed
the Senators and
Representative of Florida.
He expressed how he
agreed with the Secretary
of War and how it would
be wise to grant exemptions
to these workers. This
exemption was passed
with stipulations. The salt
makers would be expected
to produce 20 bushels of
salt per day.
"Floridians were not the
only individuals using the
long Gulf Coast. Governor
Milton was receiving
letters from other states
inquiring about the use
of Florida's coast line to
produce salt for their states.
So, in December 1862,
the Florida Legislature
issued an invitation to
the other citizens in other
Confederate states to use
the coast lines for salt
production for their state.
"On April 12, 1861, the
Union president, Abraham
Lincoln, ordered blockade
of all Southern ports. The
blockades did not really
start being enforced until
fall of 1862 but when it
,tarted they hit Florida very,
hard;
"At Adams Bay in Taylor
County, they were attacked
heavily on February 1862.
Union records indicated
that the government works
consisted of: 165 'houses
and shanties; 390 salt kettles
averaging 100 gallons
each; 52 sheet iron boilers
averaging 900 gallons each;
170 furnaces made of brick
and stones; 150 pumps,
wells and aqueducts; 55


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store houses; 60 sheds and
stables; five large wagons;
18 mules and harnesses;
2,500 pounds of bacon;
two fine horses, saddles and
bridles; and 1,000 head of
cattle.
"The losses in this attack
were more than $2 million."
Creole noted, "At St.
Andrews Bay in Bay County
along with other smaller
works along the nearby cost
lines, they were heavily.
attacked in December 1863.
Union records indicated
that the government works
consisted of: 27 buildings;
22 large steam boilers;
200 kettles averaging
200 gallons each which
produced a daily amount
of 400 bushels of salt
each; and 16 ox and mule
teams. The losses of this
attack were close to $3
million."
By 1865 the blockade
had increased in size to 471
ships which were armed
with a total of 2,455 guns to
enforce this blockade. The
blockades drove the price
of salt up. On the eve of
the war 200 pounds of salt
at the New Orleans port cost
$.50. In 1862, 200 pounds
of salt in Richmond cost
$6. By 1863 it was reported
that 200 pounds of salt in
Savannah cost $25.
"But no matter how many
times the salt works were
attacked it only took months
sometime just overnight
to get them back up and
running. Like a phoenix,
the salt works industry
resumed operations each
time," Creole said.
Because of the continued
attacks on the salt works,
the governor of Alabama
asked the war department
to send troops to protect
the salt works. Due to the


lack of resources this was
not possible. So, Alabama
raised volunteer companies
to defend their interest
in Florida. In. January
1863, Governor Milton
organized the salt workers
into companies to defend
themselves.
"However, they did not
have the necessary guns
Or ammunition. There
were approximately 498
individual salt works
between St. Marks and
the Suwannee River and
only 42 guns available for
protection."
Occasionally the salt


workers
accidents.
'There
workers


beauty


would have

were so many.
and so many


kettles that workers would
sometimes bump into
each other. This would
occasionally lead to workers
falling into the boiling
kettles. Unfortunately these
workers would not survive
these accidents. If they did
not die immediately, they
would within the next few
days.
"The salt workers also
had problems with bad
weather. One instance was
on May 27, 1863; a large
tropical storm struck and
devastated the St. Mark's
region. Bands of winds and
rapid rising water caught
the salt workers off guard.
Furnaces were swept away
along with large kettles.
Houses, tents and boats


health


were destroyed and at
least 40,000 bushels of salt
were returned to the sea.
There were 35 mules and
eight -oxen that drowned
and more than 30 workers,
black and white, who died
in this storm."
Creole concluded,
"Florida may have been
small in population but our
contributions to the war
were extremely valuable.
It's important that we
remember this and continue
to preserve our history for
our future generations."

In menmtory of
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man who (lovec me
for so many years;
he facedpain and
siffern witrm
course, never ivin
isfaith, using
his time on earrh to
write andsing9 his
praise to the he oIy
One. ife was hottest
and hum6fCe, kind
to. a( and Iwas
so blessedto have
known him and
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new 6irtfiday is
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the LordcaC d
him home, n -fe's not
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angels as his son,
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'r see you.
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I was born and raised in Taylor County and my parents (the late) Shelton and Jean Edwards
encouraged me to serve our County in any way I could. I am married to Lynda (Ratliff) Edwards,
we have 4 wonderful daughters; Ashley, Cissi, Shanna and Sherra.
I have trained and educated myself for many years to be qualified to serve as your County
Commissioner. Listed below are a few of the organizations I have been a part of to prepare and
qualify myself to be your County Commissioner.
* Planning and Zoning Board:
We worked together to improve the Land Development Regulations (LDR) to allow new industry, paving
the way for the County's Vision 2060 program. I was honored to be elected as Co-Chairman by the
other board members.
* DMH Hospital Board:
We worked together to stabilize the financial situation and retain much needed jobs. We worked
together to purchase the new MRI, CT Scanner and mammography machines. We saved jobs and
allowed future hiring of more personnel. We also signed a successful Management Agreement with
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital in order to obtain professional management and employee training. In
purchasing the new DMH clinic building we allowed DMH to employ new doctors and consolidate its
current doctors underone roof to increase patient care and customer service. We worked diligently to
make many other important decisions to assure the future of our hospital will be solid.
* Capital Community Bank Board:
By gaining more training and education into financial aspects, this experience will allow me to make
better financial decisions which come before the Board of County Commissioners pertaining to its large
operating budget.
* F.LO.W Board member:
Working jointly with 14 other counties to oversee and monitor the Water Management Districts; sharing
views and helping to make decisions which concern the use of our water resources. We protect water
resources which will affect our county's ability to attract new industry and to maintain water viability for
our businesses, farms, ranches and agriculture industry.
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W.T. Cash Scholarship recipient
Anna Kallschmidt was the winner of this year's W.T. Cash Scholarship
given annually by the Taylor County Historical Society. President Wanda
Cash, right, presented the scholarship to Kallschmidt, left, at the Monday,
May 21, meeting. Kallschmidt, who was home schooled, will be attending
the University of South Florida in Tampa. She plans to pursue a double-
major in mass communications and political science.


24 from Taylor awarded


AA degrees, certificates


North Florida
Community College
(NFCC) extended its
congratulations to the
following 24 Taylor County
students who were awarded
degrees or certificates at
the conclusion of NFCC's
Spring Term 2012.
Leenette Wilhelmina
McNMillan-Fredriksson, an
alumnus and "1989 Student
of the Year." addressed
NFCC graduates.
McMillan-Fredriksson
later attended Florida
State University and
received her Juris Doctorate
from FSU College of Law.
She currently operates a
private practice law firm in


Mayo specializing in real
estate, contracts, civil and
local government law. She
received The Florida Bar
President's Pro Bono Award
for her pro bono work and
also serves as the Lafayette
County attorney and
Lafayette County School
Board attorney.
"Class of 2012, be
true to, yourself, immerse
yourself in learning, be
good to others, go out
there and change the world
because you can do it," said
McMillan-Fredriksson.
NFCC's Spring Term
2012 graduates for Taylor
County are:
Associate in Arts


Degree: Haley Alicia
Albanese, Hannah Elizabeth
Bundrick, Annaelle Hillary
Edwards, Lyndsey L.
Gray, Sandi Hilgendorf,
(Steinhatchee) Karlene
Marchant, Christopher
Morgan, Emerald Miles,
'Joseph D. Sinclair, Ronda
Lou. Smith, Cassidy
Shannon Stephens, Lena
Whitehead Trujillo, Dawn
Atherton Weatherly, Elisa
Shaye Web and Heather
Faith Williams.
Drafting/Architectural:
Jeremy David French,
Blair Myles Jones, Michael
Christopher Rhodes, David
Roberts and Logan Ryan
Shiver.
Public Safety/
Corrections: (Steinhatchee)
Frieda A. Philmon.
*Paramedic: Dan Cassell,
Kelly Michael Simmons
and Venita D. Woodfaulk.


B-1 Perry News-Herald May25-26 2012


In this throw-away society we
live in today, there are still some
of us who appreciate used things.
That's not to say we don't love
the look, feel and smell of new
items. I love the shopping therapy
I allow myself ever so often, but
the plain truth is nothing will
remain new forever.
The items will grow older to
be replaced or revived! I like to
revive everything I can, from used
clothes to cast-off furniture that
can bloom with new life after a
little tender loving care.
Perhaps the reason my mind-
is traveling down this road :is
the sound of power saws and air
guns shooting out staples that I
am living with this week.
We are in the midst of home
improvements. I suppose a lot of
people would have abandoned our
40-year-old house when things
started to fray around the edges.
Not me, I've found that a can of
paint and a tuck here, and a tuck
.there, tends to make what was
drooping from wear and tear look
almost new again. It's a family
joke that our walls are standing
due to the multiple coats of paint
that have been applied over the
years.
Speaking of paint, I got a good
chuckle today when the workers.
took outJa wall in the kitchen and
I spotted a strip of peachy-looking
paint from an earlier makeover.
I stood there for a few minutes
trying to remember when the
kitchen was that color. I never did
dredge up the "peachy memory,"
even with daughter Vickie's help.
She and I agreed it must have
been a long time ago.
.Oh well, we-couldn't remember
the peach, but when the yellow
section of ceiling was uncovered
I did remember the phase of my
life when I thought white ceilings
were boring and added the yellow
to brighten the kitchen. I read in
one of those redo magazines that
a yellow ceiling would make you
feel like you were dining in a sun-
lit garden. It must not have had
the desired effect since I went


back to the white.
Turning my eyes from the yellow
patch of ceiling to the floor where
a, section of flooring revealed
yellow and green tiles, I thought
perhaps the two showed up about
the same time. I couldn't help but
be thankful I decided a change
was needed. Those yellow and
green tiles were a little much!
I could almost hear the men
snickering under their breath as
my past adventures at decorating
were revealed with the stroke of a
crowbar prying away the present
to reveal the past.
Not that all of my choices were
of the same caliber, I have made
some wise choices too.
We replaced our carpets a
couple of years ago with wood
laminate. It was a good choice. I
love the look of warm oak wood
and the ease of cleanup with just a
damp mop. Wall colors reflect the
wood from room to room, making
it look different depending on the
room you are in.
I wouldn't call myself a pack
rat, but I do tend to hang onto
things that have meaning in my
life. The bedroom that was our
daughters' has furniture dating
back to before I was born.
The spool bed has the original
cotton mattress and open springs.
When you lay down at night it
gently rocks your body to sleep.
Our grandchildren prefer to
sleep there when visiting. That
is, once they decide to sleep.
It's usually after they have the
bed rocking much like an old
trampoline in full motion.
Here again paint reigns
supreme. I couldn't tell you how
many coats of paint rest on iit: I
never plan to get rid of it. A new
one just wouldn't have the same
personality.
Most of the things I view as
valuable might rate a minus zero
in someone else's eyes, but to me
they hold memories that cannot
be relived quite as well without
the items.
To me, there are some things
just worth saving.


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enough.


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foods before you eat When eating out, choose a
smaller size option, share a dish. or take home part of
your meal.

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nutrients you need for health--ncluding potassium, calcium,
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and salt. They include cakes, cookies, ice cream,
candies, sweetened drinks, pizza, and fatty meats like ribs,
sausages, bacon, and hot dogs Use these foods as
occasional treats, not everyday foods.


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Use the Nutrition Facts label
to choose lower sodium versions
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"low sodium,' "reduced sodium," or
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beverages. Soda, energy dnnks, and sports drinks
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DOCTORS' MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
is now accepting applications for its
BOARD OF DIRECTORS

There is one (1) vacancy on the Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors is now accepting
applications to fill this vacancy.
Applicants must be 18 years old or older.

Applicants should:
Be a resident of Taylor County
Be willing to spend up to eight hours per
month for meetings and workshops
Be willing to attend all Board meetings
Be willing to attend two weekend strategic
planning sessions per year

Applications may be obtained at the
Clerk of Courts office in the
Taylor County Courthouse.
Completed applications must be returned
to the Clerk's office or the Hospital
by 5 p.m. on Friday, June 1, 2012.
No applications or requests will be
accepted after that time.
Your completed application should be
delivered to the Clerk of the Court
by 5 p.m. on Friday, June 1, 2012.
All applications must be submitted in writing.


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Entertainment


B-2 Perry News-Herald
May 25-26, 2012


'Battleship'cannot stay afloat


with hull riddled by plot holes


Hollywdod has imagined almost every
conceivable scenario in which humanity
makes contact with an alien species.
Sometimes it's friendly. Often times it's not.
If the aliens do arrive with hostile
intentions, the first line of defense is often
the military. The Air Fqrce received most
of the action in 1996's "Independence Day"
while the Marines saw the brunt of the
action in "Battle: Los Angeles."
Now it's the Navy's turn in "Battleship,"
the alien-invasion action film
very loosely based on the
fabled Hasbro board game.
Seeing as the game has
no .actual plot--other than
trying to sink battleships--
the filmmakers created their
own, one with so many plot '
holes, cliches and fractured
logic that no amount of
entertaining naval action or
massive explosions can fix.
Combined with a stunning
amount of missed potential,
we're- left with a pretty but
otherwise. disappointing
summer blockbuster.:
The story begins with a group of scientists
in Hawaii announcing they have developed
an array to send a signal to another solar'
system in which they discovered an Earth-
like planet. Meanwhile, Alex Hopper
(Taylor Kitsch, "John Carter") is drifting
through life until one final mess-up drives
his older brother (Alexander SkarsgArd,
"True Blood") to force him to join the Navy.
Sometime later, Alex is a lieutenant in
the Navy serving aboard one of a number
of ships taking part in a massive, multi-
co rcie,,of we ,ag.,gf.IaA ,
Meanwhile, a group of alien ships,
apparently responding to the signal, crash
land into the ocean nearby. j
Hooper's ship along with two others are
sent to investigate just in time for them to
get trapped, along with the entirety of the
Hawaiian islands, inside a protective shield,
forcing them to face off against the aliens
alone.
"Battleship" is from director Peter
Berg, whose last feature "Hancock" also
squandered a lot of early potential to
* become a subpar action blockbuster.
Here, "Battleship" spends quite a bit
of time setting up the naval exercise only
to, within the first minutes after contact,
separate everybody but three destroyers
from the action. There hasn't been a large-
scale naval film in years and pitting the
combined navies of six nations against an


MAY18-27
Tallahassee Little Theatre's
2011-12 Coffeehouse Series
concludes with "Reasons to
be Pretty." In this gripping
show, Greg's tight-knit social
circle is thrown into turmoil
when his offhand remarks
about a female co-worker's
pretty face and his own
girlfriend Steph's lack thereof
get back to Steph. But that's
just the beginning. Greg's
best buddy Kent and his wife
also enter into the picture,
and the emotional equation
becomes exponentially more
complicated. Remaining
showtimes are May 25-26 at
8 p.m. and May 27 at 2 p.m.
Tickets are $13 and can be
purchased online at www.
tallahasseelittletheatre.org or
by calling 850-224-8474. The
theatre is located at 1861
Thomasville Rd.
MAY 30-JUNE 24
The Hippodrome in
Gainesville presents, 'The
Marvelous Wonderettes,"
the hit.off-Broadway musical
which takes audiences to
the 1958 Springfield High
School prom to beet the
Wonderettes, four girls with
hopes and dreams as big
as their crinoline skirts. As
we learn about their lives
and loves, we are treated
to the girls performing such
classic '50s and '60s songs
as "Lollipop," "Dream Lover,"
"Stupid Cupid," "Lipstick


alien force would be a movie I could get
behind.
Which brings us to one of the biggest
problems facing the film, the same issue that
just about every alien invasion film must
face: the fact that any civilization capable of
mastering interstellar travel will most likely
have little problem wiping the floor with us.
So each and every time, if there is going to
be any hope that we can win in the end, the
aliens must have a fatal flaw.
Sometimes its works, like
knocking out the mother
ship in "Independence Day,"
which at least felt hard fought.
Other times, like the severe
water allergy facing the
lip aliens in "Signs," it's pretty
ridiculous.
"Battleship" falls into the
latter category, with the aliens
declining to blow his ship out
of the water simply because
they turn their guns away
so as to not present a direct
threat. These are the same
aliens who within minutes
wipe out the entire air force
on the islands while also destroying any
land-based route to the mountain containing
the dishes sending the signal.
I do have to give the writers credit for
coming up with a way--while convoluted--
for the crew to use NOAA tsunami buoys to
recreate the grid-like board of the Battleship
game to strike back against the aliens at one
point.
There is also a nice pause to honor some
Navy veterans early in the film, and their
surprise return later provides some of the
. film's.bkstmomennts. .;: ,,
This is Kitsch's second starring role
in an special effects filled action film this
year after "John Carter," and he holds his
own pretty well considering the cliched
redemption story his character is saddled
with here. Liam Neeson, who appears in
almost every TV spot and trailer, has almost
nothing to do during the majority of the film
and his only reason for being in the story is
to glower at Alex for dating his daughter.
At some point between the idea was
hatched to make a film based on Battleship
and when the resulting movie was finished,
there was a chance to create an entertaining
and compelling action film. It's obvious,
(however, that early in the process, the
opportunity sank.
The movie is rated PG-13 for intense
sequences of 'violence, action and
destruction, and for language.


On Your Collar," "Hold Me,
Thrill Me, Kiss Me," "It's
My Party" and more than
20 other classic hits. The
theatre is located at 25 SE
2nd Place in Gainesville. For
more information, including
showtimes, visit online at
thehipp.org or call the box
office 352-375-4477.


MAY 25-27
The 60th annual Florida\
Folk Festival will be held
at the Stephen Foster Folk
Culture Center State Park in
White Springs. The event is
the oldest, continuous state
folk festival in America and
will feature more than 300
performances by Florida's
greatest folk and roots artists,
including national recording
artists, songwriters and
musicians of swing, folk,
blues, gospel, country, Latin,
jazz, bluegrass, Caribbean
and zydeco music. Advance
tickets are $20 per day or $40
for the weekend for adults;
tickets at the gate will be
$25 per day or $50 for the
weekend. Children under six
years of age are admitted
free of charge. Ticket prices
for children between the
ages of six and 16 for the
entire weekend are $4 in
.advance or $5 at the gate.
-Tickets can be purchased
by calling 877-635-3655. For
more information, visit www.
FloridaFolkFestival.com.


JUNE 16
The 2012 Tallahassee Model
Railroad Show & Sale will
steam into Buildings No. 2
and 4 at the North Florida
Fairgrounds from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. Local and regional
vendors will offer tables
stocked with everything
model railroaders might want
to begin or complete their
layouts, including buildings,
track, scenery and model
trains of all scales. Nine
operating layouts will be on
display, including one which
is designed to be operated by
the public. Admission is $5;
those 12 or under, as well as
scouts in uniform, are free.
The fairgrounds are located
at 441 Paul Russell Rd. For
more information, visit www.
bbmra.org.


JUNE 30
The 2012 Gospel Explosion
comes to the Tallahassee-
Leon County Civic Center
featuring Pastor Shirley
Caesar with special
guests Dottie Peoples, The
Canton Spirituals and Keith
'Wonderboy" Johnson. Doors
open at 5 p.m. and the show
starts at 6. Tickets range
from $36 to $58 and can be
purchased by calling 800-
322-3602 or online at www.
ticketmaster.com. For more'
information, visit www.tlccc.
org.


Fiona Boyes plays the blues
Piona Boyes will take the stage tonight (Friday) at the Bradfordville Blues
Club in Tallahassee at 9:30 p.m. Doors open one hour prior to showtime.
The native Australian's soulful, authoritative style has earned Boyes
unprecedented recognition. In each of the past three years she's received
major Blues Music Award nominations, in. both contemporary and acoustic
categories. She first arrived in America to claim yet another honor: winner of
the 2003 International Blues Challenge (IBC) in Memphis, where she swept
away the competition in solo acoustic performer category. Representing
the Melbourne Blues Society, Boyes was the first woman and,the first
Australian to earn the title. Tickets are $18. They can be purchased online
at www.bradfordvillebluesclub.com. To find the club, take Thomasville Road
north from 1-10 approximately 4.5 miles to Bradfordville Road. Turn right
and drive three miles to Sam's Lane. Look for the Bradfordville Blues Club
sign.

Folk Festival will celebrate a


variety of Florida traditions


Each year at the Florida'
Folk Festival, folk artists
and tradition-bearers are
presented in the festival's
designated Folklife Area,
reflecting research and field
documentation conducted
by the Florida Department
of State's Folklife Program.
This year, the 60'tli'annual
festival, to beheld May 25-
27, will celebrate the diverse
cultures and traditions of the
Panhandle's inland counties.
This region features the
five counties in Northwest
Florida that do not border
the Gulf coast and includes
Calhoun, Holmes, Jackson,
Liberty and Washington
counties.
The festival is held at the
Stephen Foster Folk Culture'
Center State Park in White
Springs.
Highlights in this year's


Folklife Area include
demonstrations celebrating
the region's agricultural
heritage, with presentations
from a third-generation
beekeeper and a sage
straw broom-maker, plus
workshops about how to can
and preserve homegrown
'Ypbduc&. 'f'Ito't WmI be
able to listen to stories
from people whose families
have made their livelihoods
by practicing agricultural
traditions for generations,
learn about the importance
of community work days
and family gatherings, listen
to, joke and storytelling
sessions from two renowned
Panhandle storytellers and
listen to bluegrass music
performed by a band with
deep roots in Northwest.
Florida's bluegrass
community.


Quincy native Bill Dean will be among the
headliners at the 60th annual Florida Folk Festival,
which will be held this weekend at the Stephen
Foster Folk Culture Center State Park in White
Springs. Other performers include John Anderson
and Arlo Guthrie. Tickets at the gate will be $25
per day or $50 for the weekend for adults and $5
for children ages six to 1 6. Admission is free for
those ages five and under. For more information,
visit www.FloridaFolkFestival.com.

Tour haunted Monticello


Big Bend Ghost Trackers
will be offering a 90-minute
tour of the "most haunted"
buildings in downtown
Monticello Saturday, May
26.
The "family-friendly"
tour will begin at 8:30 p.m.


at the Monticello Chamber
of Commerce, located at
420 W. Washington St.
Admission is $15 for
adults (ages 13 and above)
and $12 for ages 8-12 and
62 and over. Children seven
and under are free.


Other demonstrations
will highlight several ot the
region's more distinct and
notable traditions--worm
gruntin', a form of catching
fish bait, and Wausau's Fun
Day and Possum Festival.
Along with recognizing
the centralit) of family,
faith and the land to the
region's traditional culture,
the Folklife Area will
celebrate the Panhandle's
folk heritage of self-reliance
and ingenuity. Worm
gruntin' demonstrations
will be followed by a
demonstration from a
second-generation African
American shoeshiner from
Marianna who expresses
his family, community and.
cultural heritage through
a "shoe tree" he decorates
with polished shoes--
offerings to young men who
have experienced personal
struggles.
On Saturday evening,
Randall Musgrove, one of
the most respected square
dance callers in Northwest
Florida and South Georgia,
will conduct a family-
friendly square dance
workshop.
In addition to fdlklife
demonstrators from
the Panhandle's inland
counties, master artist/
apprentice teams from
central and south Florida
will present Greek bouzouki
music and Afro-Cuban
bam drumming, along
with two traditions from
Florida's Cracker cowboy
folk culture--buckskin cow-
whip making and leather
chap-making.
Formore information ,visit
www.floridafolkfestival.
com.






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Remembering

Their Sacrifice
Memorial Day 2012 6*

Taylor County's fallen war heroes will be honored
during a special ceremony Monday morning, May
28, at Veterans Memorial Park.
The 9 a.m. service will pay tribute to the 45 Taylor
County soldiers who were killed in action; families
of the soldiers whose names are inscribed on the
"Killed in Action" war memorial will be recognized.
The name of each soldier will be read as well as a
brief summary of their service.
These include Capus Lee Leggett, a private in
the U.S. Army who was killed March 15, 1918;
Army Staff Sgt. James R. Brock who was killed in
World War II and buried in Nettuno, Italy; Jimmy
Robertson who died in 1953 while serving in the
U.S. Air Force when his plane was lost off the
Alaskan shores; Private 1st Class Jimmy Rollings
who was killed in the Republic of Vietnam April
9, 1966; and Sgt. Michael S. Larixiere was killed in
Beirut Oct. 23, 1983.
The Rev. Chester Demps will serve'as chaplain fr/I
the event and Joe Collins will be the guest speaker.


Confess & repent


Editor's Note: James A.
Hendry penned the following
article, which was part of a
seven-chapter series published
in the Taylor County News
July 7-Aug. 19, 1970. The
series will be featured each
week on Looking Back until its
completion.
The customs and manner
of operation of the church
then was quite different to
what it is today.
There was a separate
roll for male and female
members. The men sat on
one side of the church and
the women occupied the
other side. The women
had no public voice in the
church. They joined in the
singing, but seldom prayed
publicly though sometime


they testified.
When a young man
escorted his girlfriend to
church when they got to the
door they parted until after
church services were over.
The mothers usually
brought a quilt for the baby
to lie on during church. The
babies seldom cried and
if so no one, not even the
mother or preacher, was
disturbed about it.
Larger children were
taught to behave in church
no matter how long the
service lasted. I don't
remember misbehaving
but once. My father saw
to it that it didn't happen
again. He left an indelible
impression, not only on my
mind but on a convenient


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part of my anatomy.
It was the day of class
meetings in which each
class leader inquired of each
member in his class as to
his spiritual state. Even with
this well-planned spiritual
oversight of every member,
some backslid and often left
the church.
The church in that day
disciplined its -members
very strictly.
Charges were referred
against members for
committing the common
sins of the day such as
drunkenness, swearing,
fighting, ungovernable
tempers, infidelity and other
things.
The church would exhort
them to confess and repent,
but if they refused, they
were dismissed from the
membership of the church.
Many of the leading citizens
and members of the day
were thus dealt with.
The Friday before each
quarterly' conference was
fast day. Thru this practice
of fasting and prayer they
had greatly prepared their
hearts and souls for this
important meeting of the
church.
Family worship was
generally practiced. It was
referred to as a family altar.


That was the day when
there was more home life
and very seldom did any
member of the family miss
family worship. Even if
company came the evening
worship was held.
Our home was a
convenient stopping place
overnight for the farmers
from the southern end of the
county going up to Madison
to sell their cotton or other
produce. The Houcks,
Kellys and others often
spent the night with us,
going up and coming back.
These being very religious
people, they were called
on to conduct the family
worship. This consisted
mostly in reading some
scripture with occasional
comment, mostly the
Psalms or the "Sams" they
were usually called in those
days and then prayer.
Another common custom
not only among Methodists,
but other churches was that
they referred to each other
as brother or sister.
Some of the most active
members of the early Pisgah
Methodist Church were
Spencer B. Fife, W. W.
Edwards, B. F. Hagan, J. M.
Hendry and T. B. Hendry.
(To be continued)


I Qu be QtesI


All we have of freedom,
all we use or know--
This our fathers
bought for us long and
long ago.
--Rudyard Kipling
The dead soldier's
silence sings our
national anthem.
--Aaron Kilbourn
The story of America's
quest for freedom is
inscribed on her history
in the blood of her
patriots.
--Randy Vader
They hover as a cloud
of witnesses above this
Nation.
--Henry Ward Beecher


The Flag still floats
unblotted with defeat!
But ah the blood that
keeps its ripples red,
The starry lives that
keep its field alight.
--Rupert Hughes
The hero dead
cannot expire:
The dead still
play their part.
--Charles Sangster

Let no vandalism of
avarice or neglect, no
ravages of time, testify
to the present or to the
coming generations, that
we have forgotten, as a
people, the cost of a free
and undivided Republic.
--John A. Logan


John D. Poppell Jr. was raised in Taylor
County. His family's home was in San Pedro
Bay. He was held as a German prison of war
for three months in 1945.

Freedom's price

Memorial Day is a time to reflect on
the sacrifices made in freedom's name.
For Pfc. John D. Poppell Jr., that
sacrifice included enduring three
months as a German prisoner of war.
The Taylor County native one of
13 children born to John and Mary
Rowell Poppell-was taken prisoner
by German SS troops while fighting in
the Battle of the Bulge during World
War II.
His story can be shared through
newspaper clippings and family lore.
"For at least eight to 10 hours a day,
we worked on their railroads and
carried their lumber," Poppell recalled.
S"O'Acd ..ee .4f &
quart of potato soup and about two
slices of black bread a day. Ratio was
eight men to a loaf.
"Hunger is something I didn't
get used to...it was a constant
stomachache."
Poppell, who was 25 at the time, was
freed by part of his own outfit.
While a prisoner, "we were held at
Gerolstein," which was a slave labor
camp, Poppell said.
He was eventually confined in Bad
Orb, Germany, where he remained
until his liberation.
"We mobbed our liberators, part of
our old outfit, Patton's Seventh Army.
They shared their cigarettes, candy
and food with us and we've been
treated like kings every since. I've
almost gained back the 40 pounds I
lost during my imprisonment," he
said.
Once he returned stateside, Poppell
was reunited with his wife, the former
Ruby Shumate, and son Ronnie, 4, and
daughter, 2.
In a V-mail to his mother, Poppell
wrote: "You can't imagine how proud
we were to see Uncle Sam's tanks and
boys come rolling in last Monday. It
was a great day and I never will forget
it."
He also had two brothers serving
in the Army as the same time, Mason
Poppell and Alton Poppell.
His mother stayed in constant
prayer for her sons and they all told
of different situations where they
knew that their mother's prayers were
answered.






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Huge Auction, Saturday, June 2, 4' box blade $225. Call (706) 325- Westgate Rooms available for
2012, at 10 a.m. 433 N. Byron 7087 or (850) 578-2267. rent. refrigerator, microwave, TV
Butter Pkwy., next to Doctors' 05/23 05/25 w/cable, AC/Heater. Everything
Memorial Hospital. Vehicles, tools, included. $175- $240 weekly, $40
general merchandise, electronics, We daily, $595-$635 per month.
antiques, furniture and much Buy RV sites $20 daily, $100 weekly,
more. 10% buyers premium, AB Scrap $350 monthly. Tax included. 1627
2021 AU 2011. Auction held first Metal and Junk S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-299-
and third Saturday of the month Cars 6554.
(850) 223-3695. 850-838-5865 LS, tfn


Yrd sale. Saturday from 7 a.m.
until, at 1110 W. Ash St. behind BP
on Hwy. 19.
05/25

Yard sale. Saturday from 7 a.m.
until at 1209 Mak Sessions Rd. off
Hwy. 221. Lots of clothes and
household items.
05/25

Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. until?
3498 Hwy. 19 South (Taylor
Storage Center across from Taylor
Tech.) fold-up camp bike, adult
tricycles, microwave, convection
oven, breadmaker, wine cooler,
vacuum cleaner, portable
charging station, portable
propane grill, dining table and 4
chairs, wheelchair, knives,
swords, stroller, car seats, swing,
high chair, swing, toys, DVDs,
VCR tapes, books, home security
system, small appliances, new
and used tools, magnetic
bracelets, lighthouse lamp,
fashion jewelry, baby clothes,
much more.
05/25

Yard sale. Saturday, 9 a.m. until at'
Taylor Storage. Leather couch,
Lexmark printer, computer
equipment, antique oak dresser,
oak entertainment stand,
expresso maker, picture frames,
name brand clothes, large sizes,
dishes, books, movies.
05/25

Yard sale. Saturday, May 26, from
8 a.m. until noon at 2135 Johnson
Stripling-Rd. Couch, recliner, men, -
"lfffen" lfd'glrl" "rothlhg;-lots' f""
toys, baby stuff and lots more.
05/25 '

3 family Yard sale. Saturday from 8
a.m. until 4 p.m, at 200 Miller Drive
at corner of Glenridge. Women's
bike, hanging bird cage & stand,
4-man inflatable boat, all new.
Antique dresser, baby items,
musical keyboard, pistol scope,
glassware, tools, handheld pool
cleaner, underwater pool toy,
pickup bed fiberglass cover, much
more. Questions 838-1800.
05/25

Yard sale. Saturday, May 26, from
8 a.m. until noon at 205 Palmetto
St. Household items, large TV,
entertainment center, furniture,
window treatments, bedding, 38
special, toys, Wii, interior doors.
05/25

Moving sale. Wednesday, May 23,
and Friday, May 25, ONLY. 113
McCall Street, from 8 a.m. until.
Everything must gol
05/23- 05/25

"Jeans & More Thrift Store' All
women's clothing 50% offI Jeans,
Dockers pants and shirts, new
Carhart boots. New & Used men's
& women's cowboy boots and
work boots. Women's dress &
casual clothes, name brand. Open
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
1111/2 Green Street.
05/23- 05/25

What Comes Around Goes
Around Boutique 720 S.
Jefferson St. High end quality,
name brand second hand clothes
& much more. We have clothing
for everyone, infants, kids, teens,
men and women. We are open
Tuesday-Friday 10-6, Saturday
10-3 and. Sunday and Monday
closed; 584,5599.
WGACA, tfn



Guns for Sale. 12 gauge Stevens
Mod 311, Series H, 30" side-by-
side double $340 or OBO 12
gauge Stevens Mod 67, Series E,
30' single pump $195 or 8OO.
Call (850) 584-4396.
05/25 05/30
Old Stuff wanted. Guitars,
silverware, guns, painting, dolls,
watches etc. Call (321)356-3482
or email tom@tomfiles.org
05/02-06/21

Spring Special. Watt's 4 Stage
Kwik-Change Reverse Osmosis
Drinking Water System, $299.95
Gulf Coast Plumbing and
Electrical Supply, 850-584-8200.
*GCP
tin


Cash for junk cars and trucks, free
removal. 7 days a week. Call 386-
658-1030 or 904-887-8513.
05/11 7/27



For sale. AKC Reg. German
Shepherd puppies $350, first
shots and dewormed. Call 850-
491-3636.
05/25-05/30

Free kittens!! Call 838-5100.
05/16- 5/25

Blue Pit puppies for sale. They are
5 weeks old, 1 male, 3 females
$200. No shots and no papers.
(850) 661-7816.
05/19 05/25



Renters wanted to participate in
government program. NO MONEY
DOWN to own your new home.
Call (352) 490-7422 or (877) 372-
4941. It's cheaper in Chiefland.
05/23 -05/25, C

Lets us make your 1st house
payment (Direct Lending) on all
home only loans funded before
July 1st. Call (352) 490-7422 or
(877) 372-4941. It's cheaper in
Chiefland.
05/23 -05/25, C

4 BD, 2 BA, 2030 sq. ft. home on 3
acres 3.5% down $547 month.
Nice home 352-303-8771.
TMH, tfn

'GREAT-STARTER HOME 28R44'
3bed/2bath, Includes del., setup.
AC/heat, code steps, skirting.
Only $285 per mo. W.A.C. Call
(352) 490-7422 or (877) 372-4941
for more information. It's cheaper
in Chiefland.
05/23 -05/25, C

NO DOWN PAYMENT required on
your new home. Special
government program. Limited
time, only at C&G homes. It's
always cheaper in Chiefland. Call
(352) 490-7422 or (877) 372-4941
for more information.
05/23 -05/25, C

FREE-FREE-FREE standard
septic with the purchase of a new
home. Call (352) 490-7422 or
(877) 372-4941 for more
information. It's cheaper in
Chiefland.
05/23 -05/25, C

A 4 BD, 2BA, 32x80 on 3 acres
Glover Ct., Tallahassee. Low down
$962 mo. Owner has financing
352-303-8771.
TMH, tfn



1 bedroom fully furnished trailer in
nice area, utilities and satellite TV
included. 1 adult only, no children,
no pets. $150 weekly, $150
security deposit, call 584-2199.
05/25 06/13

Whispering Pines on the Beach
Road has 2 bedroom, 1 bath
trailer for rent. $450 per month
and $200 deposit. Call 584-9288.
05/16 05/25

1 acre trailer lot with well, power
pole and septic provided. $200
monthly, in nice neighborhood.
Call 584-9261.
05/23 06/01
Campers and lots for rent.
Includes all utilities, $400 monthly,
quiet and private. Pets allowed,
call (740) 364-8638.
05/23 06/01
FOR LEASE: 2/2 completely
furnished, ready, to move into,
immaculate condition. Perfect for
1-2 adults, no pets. Minimum one
year lease preferred but would
consider less for professionals on
shorter assignment. Call 584-
3681 for details and application.
PF, tfn

BEST BARGAIN EVER!
You set the price. That's right. Just
tell me how much you want to pay
for choice office space in
downtown Perry at 224 N.
Jefferson St. Call Ken Smith. (850)
997-4818.
KS, tfn


Furnished 1 bedroom apartment,
includes water, electric, sewer.
Hwy. 19 South, $165 weekly or
$650 monthly, $150 deposit. No
pets, no smoking. Call (850) 363-
8196.
Campsites available for $325
monthly, includes utilities.
05/18 06/13

2 bedroom, 1 bath unfurnished
apartment, utilities included. Call
223-2084.
WJ, tfn

3 Bed, 2 Bath, brick home with
fireplace, screened porch, fenced
back yard close to schools. $800
per month with $800 security
deposit, 371-4793.
05/16 -06/01

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
F block to river and new boat
landing. Call 352-498-7740 if no
answer 813-677-9640.
SPR, tfn


RV spot. Includes' city water,
sewage, power and cable. Not in
park, off US 98. $350 per month.
Call (727) 433-4514.
02/08 05/18, JP

TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
-Under New Man,"gemeni -- "
2- 3 BR apartments available.
Special Move-In Pkg. Rent
based on income. Water/Gas
furnished. On-site Laundry.
Close to City/Water Parks,
Boys & Girls Club, and
Shopping Plazas. Public
Transportation available.
Call 850-584-6842.
TDD 711, EHO.
Section 8 Affordable Multifamily
Housing
tfn

Room for rent in 3 bedroom
mobile home, full usage. Cable,
washer, dryer, kitchen. Off North
19 just outside City limits $110 per
week. Call (850) 295-4786.
02/08 005/18,JP

Nafee Campground. Campers for
rent $100 weekly, $400 monthly,
$100 security deposit. Electric,
cable TV and wifi included. Call
(850) 584-7084.
05/02 05/30

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."
WGA, tfn

Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included for monthly
$595 (required $45 deposit),
$175-$240 weekly or $40 daily
(tax included). 317 N. Byron Butler
Pkwy. (305) 970-1653.
LS, tfn

Camper/RV spot for rent. On
private shaded land off North 19,
1 block outside city limits. 30/50
amp service includes water,
sewer, cable and power $300
monthly. Call (850) 295-4786.
03/21 05/18, JP

602 W. Veterans Dr., beautiful
house on corner lot, 2 bedroom, 1
bath, patio, fenced yard. $635
monthly, $635 deposit, call (305)
970-1653.
LS, tfn

Taylor Storage Center. Retail
space/office 1,000 sq. ft. Located
at 3498 Hwy. 19 South, Perry. Call
(850) 223-1455.
TSC, tfn



For Sale. Commercial building--
772 sq. ft., metal roof, vinyl siding,
air/heat, concrete parking, great
location. Asking $46,000, call
(850) 371-4247.
5/11 5/30


DEADLINES:
Because of the Memorial Day holiday the
deadlines for classified ads are Tuesday by 10 a.m.
for the Taco Times and Wednesday by 5 p.m. for
the Perry News- Herald.



$ UEE3 g S deals!


Recently Foreclosed, Special
Financing Available, Any Credit,
Any Income, 3BD, 2BTH, 1680
Sq. Ft., located at 2758 Johnson
Strippling Rd., Perry $64,900.
Visit www.roselandco.com\AAH.
Drive by then call (866) 523-5742.
05/25 06/01, RLC

1 acre corner lot cleared, city
water, 200 amp. elec., 12x24 new
shed, in county minutes to town.
Call (850) 843-2511.
05/18 05/30

PRICED TO SELL! 3 BR/2BA, tri-
level floor plan, LR/DR
w/fireplace, family room w/FP,
kitchen, breakfast area, office, Irg.
rec. rm., patio, pool, Irg. storage
bldg., 3 acres m/l, 2,592 sq. ft. 121
Shady Oaks Dr. (off Plantation),
(850) 584-7687 or 843-5512.
05/09 05/30

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



Equipment Trailer, car or truck
hauler 14' heavy duty all steel
construction. 2 sets of ramps,
double axle 2" bumper pull $875.
Call 850-295-4786.
02/08 05/18
JP


For sale. Wrecked 1991 Toyota
truck. Power trane appears in
good condition. Call (850) 584-
5854.
05/25, 06/06
2003-Ford Windslar. LTD.-Loaded-
Runs add'dgrve "aai'7-1
4584.
05/23- 05/25

For inventory log on to
www.nicecarofforgottencoastllc.co
m
05/23 08/08



For sale. 29' travel trailer, slide out
makes large kitchen and living
area. Large fridge, new
mircowave, TV, linens, carpet and
laminate flooring, separate
bedroom suite 6, very clean. Will
trade for a nice pick-up truck. Call
(850) 838-1345.
05/18 06/06

Travel Trailer 2004 Gulfstream 29'
extended room. Has large fridge,
new microwave, TV, bed linens,
clean and ready to roll $8,995.
Call (850) 838-1345.
05/18 06/06



Help wanted for specialty cabinet
shop,- needed for spraying
finishes, will train right person.
Previous employees and previous
applicants need not apply. Call
between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m..,
Monday through Friday, message
will not be returned, (850) 584-
3340.
05/23 06/01

ALL ABOUT LOOKS is looking for
licensed cosmetologist. Great
location and friendly atmosphere.
For more information please call
Mandi Flowers at 584-5665.
05/18 05/25


RC, tfn


employer.
TCBCC
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CONTRACT
NEEDED.
Ecoast Timbers, Inc.,
hauling timber to mills
Thomasville,
Homerville, Cross
Please call Jay @
6116.
05/18 06/06


The District School Board of
Taylor County Head Start
Program is accepting applications
for the following vacant position:
Head Start Bus Aide 4H/9M (two
hours in the morning and two
hours in the afternoon)
Qualifications are: High School
Diploma, or equivalent;
interpersonal skills, patience and
special desire to work with Head
Start students. Must be in
excellent physical condition and
able to do heavy lifting. Ability to
follow instructions, communicate
effectively and courteously. Must
be willing to complete all training
required for this position. Good
attendance history in previous
position.
Interested applicants please
contact Work Force, (850) 973-
9675 or Taylor County School
Board (850) 838-2500. Head Start
employees may pick up "Request
to Transfer" forms at the Head
Start Administrative Office.
Applications for Instructional and
Non-Instructional positions are
located at www.taylor.k12.fl.us,
OUR DISTRICT/Employment
Opportunities. All applications and
transfers are to be turned into the
Personnel Office at the Wentworth
Complex, 318 North Clark Street,
Perry, FL 32347.
The Taylor County School Board
adheres to a drug free workplace
policy. Drug testing with a negative
result is required. Head Start
employees must pass health
screening, fingerprinting, and
background check required by
DCF for licensing daycare
workers. Closing date for this'
position is May 30, 2012 at 12:00
Noon.
If reasonable ADA
accommodations are needed for
the application process, please
notify our Personnel Director
during the application period at
(850) 838-2500.
05/23 05/25, DSBTCHSP

Physics/Mathematics Instructor
wanted at North Florida
Community- College. See
"hfttifWw'trfcc.6du' for'details:
05/09 05/25, NFCC

Domino's Pizza now hiring drivers.
Flexible hours, apply in person.
05/09 06/01

You can be a CNA
Quest Training Services offers a
professional, RN taught prep
class No GED or Diploma
required if age 18 yr. Day &
Evening classes. There are job
opportunities in healthcarel 386-
362-1065.
05/11 06/08

Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners
Concessions Workers
(Temporary season part time call
in) $7.67/hr.
Roll Off Site Attendant (part
time) $7.67/hr.
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 9:00
a.m. 4:00 p.m.; or Workforce.
Positions are open until filled.
Taylor County Board of
Commissioners is an EOE, VP, DT
and background checking


"Where Everyday Is Springtime"
107N. 84- 2757
Jefferson St584 2757

FLOORING
Carpet, Vinyl and Repairs. Will
beat all prices. Call 850-838-9050.
If no answer please a leave
message.
BR,tfn


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HAULER'S 3RD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
Perry area, FOR
in Lake City, TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO, 2011 -CA-00096
Offerman, TRUCAP GRANTOR TRUST 2010-2
City, Perry. Plaintiff,
(727) 992- vs. -
KIMBERLY G. ALLEN. et ux., et al.
Defendantss),


Help wanted. Part-time
greenhouse workers needed. Call
672-0893.
05/25 05/30

Environmental Services
Supervisor.
Combination of working and
supervisory position. Smaller,
modern skilled nursing facility.
Seeking person with excellent
knowledge of housekeeping and
laundry procedures and basic
maintenance skills. Past
successful supervisory
experience required of applicants.
Must be very detail oriented
person who likes teaching others
and doing hands-on work.
Opening is due to health issues of
the supervisor of 15 years. Apply
at, or send resume to, Richard
Wisdahl, Lafayette Health Care
Center, 512 W Main St., Mayo, FL
32066.
05/25 06/06, LHC



Need a baby-sitter?? Please call
Heather Luther for more
information (850) 363-3465.
05/23 05-25

No job too small. Give me a call
for landscaping, clean-outs, trash
hauling and any other projects.
Free estimates. Call Mike at (850)
843-4652
05/04 05/30

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, tfn

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

' TALL'TIMiBEfTRETE 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.
05/30, tfn

Swann
Bail
Bonds


SWA L L- TO-WALL

Dries in 3-4 Hours Tile Floors Pet Odors
TREE CAPITAL CLEANING
584-CLEAN (584-2532) -0r--s


WANTED WE BUY
OLD TAYLOR COUNTY ITEMS PICTURES
OLD SCHOOL SPORTS JERSEYS/TROPHIES
YEARBOOKS OLD JERKINS SCHOOL ITEMS/TROPHIES
TAYLOR COUNTY REUCS OLD METAL TOYS



OLD COINS a OLD PAPER MONEY SILVER HALF DOLLARS
SILVER DOLLARS/ QUARTERS/ DIMES
OLD SPORTS CARDS (PRE 198o)* OLD METAL SIGNS IA
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OLD McCOY POTTERY OLD ROSEVILLE POTTERY
USED HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE USED BEDDING "(
OLD COSTUME JEWELRY






B-7 Perry News-Herald May 25-26 2012


/
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order or Final
Judgment Scheduling
Foreclosure Sale entered on May
9, 2012 In this case now pending
In said Court, the style of which Is
Indicated above.
I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash in the TAYLOR
County Courthouse, 108 North
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida
32348 at 11:00 a.m., on the 12th
day of June, 2012, the following
described property as set forth In
said Order or Final Judgment, to-
wit:
LOT 6. BLOCK 126 OF
STEINHATCHEE, ACCORDING TO
THE MAP OR PLAT THEREFOF,
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGE 26 AND 27 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
a/k/a: 307 1ST AVENUE NW,
STEINHATCHEE, FLORIDA 32359
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE
DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST
FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.
ENTERED at TAYLOR County,
Florida, this 10 day of May, 2012.
as Clerk, Circuit Court
TAYLOR, Florida
By: Marti Lee DC
As Deputy Clerk
Published In: Perry News Herald
On Dates? May 18 and May 25,
2012
SPEAR & HOFFMAN P.A.
Dadeland Excutlve Center
9700 South Dixie Highway, Suite
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Telephone (305) 670-2299
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NUMBER: 12-064-CA
DIVISION:
WOODLAND III, LTD.,
a Florida limited partnership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ARTHUR W. MORRISSEY,
Deceased;


the estate and heirs of ARTHUR
W.
MORRISSEY, Deceased, by and
through
his known heirs, ANDREA
MORRISSEY,
LISA MARIE FLOMAN and ARTHUR
W.
MORRISSEY, JR., his children of the
age
of majority; any unknown heirs
and creditors
at law; THE STATE OF FLORIDA;
THE TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
Defendants..
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE Is hereby given that,
pursuant to an Order or a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure In the
above-captioned action, I,
Annie Mae Murphy, Clerk of the
Circuit Court will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash,
In the lobby of the Taylor County
Courthouse, 108 North Jefferson
Street, Perry, Florida at 11:00 a.m.
on the 12th day of June, AD,
2012, the following described
property:
Lot 33 of WARRIOR CREEK
SUBDIVISION, a subdivision as per
the plat thereof, filed at Plat Book
1, Pages 174A through 174C,
Inclusive, of the Public Records of
Taylor County, Florida.
Together with all the tenements,
hereditaments and
appurtenances thereto
belonging or In anywise
appertaining,
Any person claiming an Interest
In the surplus from the sale, If any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the ls pendens
must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale,
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court this 10 day of May,
2012.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
BY: Marti Lee DC
As Deputy Clerk
H. EDWARD GARVIN
Attorney for Plaintiff
P.O. Box 358041
Galnesville, FL 32635
(352) 373-2598
Florida Bar No. 749753
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given pursuant


to Section 5.07(A) of the City
Charter of the City of Perry,
Florida, that a PUBLIC HEARING
on the City Manager's
Recommended Five-Year
Capital Improvements Program
for Fiscal Years 2012-2017 will be
held on Tuesday, June 12, 2012 at
5:30 p.m., or as soon- thereafter
as possible, in tie. City _Council
Room, 224 S; Jefferson' Street,
Perry, Florida. The following Is a
general summary of the Capital
Improvements Program:
Suggested Improvements per
year as Indicated:
Fiscal Year 12-13 $1,125,000
13-14 4,980,000
14-15 2,175,000
15-16 2,625,000
16-17 3,550,000
Total $14,455,000
Copies of said Capital
Improvements Program may be
Inspected at the Administration
Office of City Hall, 224 S.
Jefferson Street, Perry, :Florida
between the hours of 8:00 a.m.
and 5:00 p.m., Monday through
Friday.
Robert A. Brown, Jr.
City Manager
Emily Weed Ketring
Mayor

PUBLIC MEETING
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Please take notice that the Three
Rivers Regional Library Board will
hold a Board Meeting on
Thursday, June 14, at 7:00 p.m.,
at the Lafayette County Public
Library, In Mayo, Florida,
All interested persons are invited
to attend and be heard. Please
be advised, that if a person
decides to appeal any decision
made by the Board with respect
to any matter considered at such
hearing, that person will need a
record of the proceedings, and
that, for such purpose, he/she
may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the
proceedings Is made, which
record Includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the
appeal Is to be based.
"Person with disabilities
requesting reasonable
accommodations to participate
In this proceeding should
contact (386) 294-1600 (Voice &


TDD) or via Florida Relay Services
at (800) 955+8771."
ADVERTISEMENT OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned Intends to sell the
personal property described
below to enforce a lien Imposed
on said property under The
Florida Self Storage Facility Act
Statutes (section 83.801-83.809),
The undersigned will sell at public
sale by competitive bidding or
dispose of on the 2nd of June,
2012, at 10:00 am, on the
premises where said property has
been stored and which are
located at Lock & Key Mlni
Storage, 1309 S. Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida, County of Taylor,
State of Florida, the following:
TEMIA KEYS Unit F61 household
goods
NANCY ROBERTS Unit E26
household goods
VERONICA BRADLEY Unit D36
household goods
BRANDICE SMITH Unit B36
household goods
DOROTHY ROOMS Unit D30
household goods
MAURICE PRICE Unit E20
household goods
WENDY COUNCIL Unit E13
household goods
Purchases must be paid for at the
time of purchase In cash All
purchased units sold as Is where
are and Items must be removed
and unit cleaned at the time of
sale. Sale Is subject to
cancellation In the event of
settlement between owner and
obligated party.
Dated this 25th day of May, 2012.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HENDRY
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 12-165-CA
CENTERSTATE BANK OF FLORIDA,
N.A.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSEPH A. DRAPAL, CYNTHIA S.
DRAPAL, FRANK DALE
DRAPAL, and JACQUE LANDEN
DRAPAL,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION


CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE-
PROPERTY
TO DEFENDANTS, JOSEPH A.
DRAPAL and CYNTHIA S. DRAPAL,
whose last known address 234
Clay Street, Labelle, FL 33935,
and ALL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY
CONCERN:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose on the following
properties in Hendry County cand
Taylor County, Florida:
Parcel 1:
Lot 8, 9, 10, and 11, Block 55 of
LaBelle Highlands, according to
the plot thereof, recorded In Plat
Book 1, Page 30, Public Records
of Hendry County, Florida.
Hendry County Parcel
Identification No.: 2-29-43-01-010-
0055-004.0
AND
Parcel 2:
Lot 18, Block "S", DEERWOOD AT
THE BEACHES, according to the
map or plat thereof as recorded
In Plat Book 1, Page(s) 173, Public
Records of Taylor County, Florida.
Taylor County Parcel
Identification No.: 06644-518
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve q copy
of your written defenses, If any, to
It on Christopher G. Cudebec,
Esq., McGahee & Perez, PL,
Plaintiff's Attorney, whose
address Is: 417 W. Sugarland
Hwy., Clewlston, Florida 33440,
on or before June 23, 2012, and
file the original with the Clerk of
this court either.before service on
the Plaintiff's attorney or
Immediately thereafter;
otherwise a Default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded In the Complaint or
Petition.
DATED this the 14 day of May,
2012.
THE HONORABLE BARBARA S.
BUTLER
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ J. Bevis
Deputy Clerk

Advertisement of Completion
Music Construction, Inc., 12285
235th Road, Live Oak, FI.32060
gives notice of completion of
Runway 18-36 Rehabilitation,
Perry-Foley Airport, Perry, Fl., and
sets 6/25/12 as the date of final
settlement. Any persons or firms


should file any claims for
payment to the below address
prior to the settlement date: ,
Perry-Foley Airport
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By: Mary C. Redding s/t .
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. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING, .
Notice Is hereby given that 'the
Planning Board of Taylor County,
Florida will hold a public hearing
at the Taylor County
Administrative Complex, 201 East
Green Street, Perry, Florida 32347,
on June 7, 2012, at 5:00 p.m., or
as soon thereafter as possible, to
hear an appeal filed by Dekle,
Julle, and Catherine Stanley on
determinations made by the
County Building Official
concerning boat repair and
parking on. the right-of-way on
Vaughn Lane In Stelnhatchee.
This notice shall be advertised
and the Notice shall also be sent
to all parties Involved. ,Ai me
hearing, any party may appear
In person or by agent or attorney.
The appeal may be Inspected by
the public at the Planning
Department at the Taylor County
Administrative Complex, 201 East
Green Street, Perry, Florida 32347.
The public hearing may be
continued to one or more dates.
Any Interested party shall be
advised that the date, time and
place of any continuation qf the
public hearings shall be
announced during the publicc
hearing and that no further
notice concerning the matter will
be published..
All members of the public are
welcome to attend. Notice Is
further hereby given, that
pursuant to Florida Statute
286.0105, that any person or
persons deciding to appeal any
matter considered at this public
hearing will need a record of the
hearing and may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings Is made, which
record Includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the
appeal Is to be based.
BY ORDER OF. THE BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, Taylor
County, Florida.


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