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,.- Ney Ws Hera ld
, 'I July 20-21,2012


Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889


FEMA


center

opens at


airport

The Federal Emergency
Management Agency
(FEMA) disaster recovery
center is open in Taylor
County at the Perry-Foley
Airport through Saturday to
help those whose homes or
businesses were affected by
Tropical Storm Debby.
The center is open
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. today
(Friday) and Saturday.
Representatives from
FEMA, the Florida Division
of Emergency Management,
the U. S. Small Business
Administration and other
agencies will be at the
center to explain disaster
assistance programs and
help survivors, apply for
aid.
According to FEMA's
Public Information Officer,
through Thursday morning,
eight people in Taylor
County had registered for
assistance. Statewide, 9,364
people have registered,
averaging 529 per day since
Debby.
Officials asked those
seeking assistance to, if
possible, register with
FEMA before visiting the
center. There are two ways
to apply:
Call 800-621-FEMA
(3362) 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Visit online at www.
DisasterAssistance.gov.


News Forum


Summer Reading
Program concludes
Tuesday at TCMS
auditorium
The Taylor .County Public
Library's Summer Reading
Program will conclude
Tuesday, July 24, with a
presentation from The Tricky
Dogs. Show at 2 p.m. at the
Taylor County Middle School
auditorium.
The Tricky Dogs Show,
starring six terriers, a poodle
and their "human pet" Rick
Martin, will present a circus-
style comedy for the reading
crowd.

JROTC holds car
wash this Saturday
Taylor County High School's
JROTC will hold a car wash
this Saturday, July 21, at Ace
Hardware, from 8:30 a.m. to 3
p.m. Refreshments will also
be sold. All profits will help
Taylor County cadets with
expenses for attending drill
competitions and other major
events this coming school
year.

AMVETS meet
Saturday
A representative from
the State Emergency
Management Response
Team will speak at the
AMVET Post 20 meeting this
Saturday. The meeting, held
at Golden Corral, will begin
at 9 a.m.



6 Ill[J CJill 5


(Far right) Taylor Correctional Institution (TCI) K-9 team members Cori Johnson and Clay Wimberley,
along with K-9 Katie, assisted their Madison County counterparts in tracking suspect Nicholas
Whitetto (center).


TCI K-9 team helps capture


suspect after 8-hour chase


Taylor Correctional
Institution's K-9 team
played a key role in tracking
and apprehending a suspect
who led officers on a nearly
eight-hour chase through
heavily, wooded and
swampy areas of Madison
County Friday, July 13.
Sgt. Christopher Brunson,
Correctional Officer Cori
Johnson and Correctional
Officer Clay Wimberley
were called to assist
Madison Correctional


Institution's K-9 team,
which initiated the track in
the early hours of Friday
morning.
"The Madison K-9s were
exhausted and the TCI team
assisted by providing fresh
canines who successfully
continued the track,"
Madison County Sheriff's
Office (MCSO) Chief
Deputy Epp Richardson
said.
The chase began at
approximately 3:30 a.m.


when investigators with
MCSO's Drug Task Force
attempted to conduct a
traffic stop on a gray BMW
on 1-10 in Madison County.
"The gray BMW
accelerated its speed and
refused to stop. when
officers engaged blue lights
and siren. The BMW exited
from 1-10 onto S.R. 53 in
a southerly direction, and
the driver (later identified
as Nicholas Whitetto 32,
of Plantation) continued


driving at high rates of speed
until eventually slowing
down to only jump from
the vehicle as it continued
moving," Madison Sheriff
Ben Stewart reported.
"Officers immediately
gave pursuit and secured an
area to which the driver had
fled. The Madison County
branch of the Florida
Department of Corrections
K-9 team was requested
,-* Please see page 12


Groundwater levels rebound


Groundwater levels in
most regions within the
Suwannee River Water
Management District have
rebounded following recent
record rainfall, courtesy of
tropical storms Beryl and-
Debby.
But the eastern and
extreme southern portions
of the district are still


experiencing low and
extremely low groundwater
levels, and many counties
still have 12-month rainfall
deficits of as much as 15-
20 inches, district officials
warn.
"There were significant
improvements in many
areas of the district and
those improvements are


on-going," said Megan
Wetherington, district senior
professional engineer.
"Other areas did not recover.
greatly due to the severity of
the drought."
Executive Director Ann
Shortelle said it is premature
for the district to lift a water
shortage order that was
declared just weeks before


the arrival of the tropical
storms and which remains
in effect.through Sept. 30.
"We certainly understand
that in our flooded counties,
water conservation may
be the furthest thing from
most people's minds," said
Shortelle.
-*'Please see page 12


lace to start


Mike Garrison's story. Garrison was a high school
leans toward a fairy tale, drop-out in Perry, Fla.
but it's a fairy tale which The year was 1976,
came true because of and Garrison was a senior
his own personal mantra at Taylor County High
which centers around when he dropped out of
determination
and hard work: .
"There is no
wrong place to.
start," he says, *
"It doesn't .''"
matter if it's


an entry-level
job or a degree
program. The
most important
thing is to
start."
Garrison
was recently
featured on
the cover
of Scholar r -~ -
magazine
produced
by Strayer From h
University technology
in Herndon, came true
Va. He is a
2009 graduate of. Strayer,
but most importantly, he is
now the vice president of
Information Technologies
(IT) for the Memphis
Grizzlies NBA team.
Before that, however,


high school
lies for the
e because of


introduce himself to those in
leadership positions. "The
plant was a training ground
for P&G engineers so there
was a lot of brain power for
me to tap into," he says.


drop-out to vice president of inf
Memphis Grizzlies, Mike Garrison's "fa
determination and hard work.


school out to take a job
as a janitor at Procter &
Gamble's Buckeye plant-
-to help his mother, he
says. He worked his way
into the mail room where
he took the opportunity to


During that time, he made
sure he was noticed. "In the
early 80s, IT departments
printed large jobs overnight
because it took several
hours to print," Garrison
said. "As I worked the night


shift, I learned how to clear
paper jams and restart print
queues so that when workers
arrived in the morning, the
job would be complete."
He said he also learned to


change
tapes
backed


the
that
up the


j computer data
overnight.
r "I wanted
them to rely
on me to
perform small
IT tasks," he
says.. Garrison
soon realized
the value of a
good education
and first earned
his GED at
Taylor County
Vo-Tech, later
enrolling
in a two-
ormation year college.
airy tale" "Before I
knew it, my
supervisors
were sending me to
technology training and
I was working in the IT
department," he said.
The upward climb
."* Please see page 3


DECISION


2012


Deming


makes


run for


Dist. 3


city seat


Mike Deming, who
has volunteered for
more than 18 years with
numerous municipal boards
and commissions, has
announced his candidacy
for the Dist. 3 seat on the
Perry City Council.
"I feel that I am the most
qualified candidate for the
seat based on my education,
work experience and
appointed volunteer service
Please see page 3


Rice's


platform


targets


property


rights
Campaigning on a
platform of property rights,
Neil Rice is seeking election
to the Taylor County
Commission (Dist. 1).
Prior to moving to Taylor
County, Rice had 40 years'
experience in management
of businesses and property.
"I decided to seek this
office to save the property
rights of citizens when I
learned that the 2008 board
of county commissioners
had signed us on to a 2060
Vision Plan, which is the
United Nations Agenda 21
Sustainable Development
Program. When the
Agenda 21 Sustainable
Development Program is
fully implemented people
will lose their property
rights. It also eliminates the
automobile and replaces
roadways with bicycle paths
and walkways. Florida
State Senators are writing a
bill for the 2013 session to
throw Agenda 21 out of the
state of Florida," she said.
"The board of county
commissioners continues
to use our taxpayer dollars
for membership into
organizations that are
directly connected to the
United Nations. NACo
(National Association of
Counties) and FAC (Florida
Association of Counties)
are two such organizations
.-, Please see page 3


Index

Perry News-Herald
One ,'irion 123rd YeNao.29
www.perynewspiapeirs, .co


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


Sports.::............... A-8
TV listings.............. A-9
Classifieds .......... A-10


Friday 930
S 730
; 60%


Saturday 920
740%
40%


Sunday

, .


930
740
30%


"












Looking


Back A-2 Perry News-Herald July 20-21, 2012


Hendry's life spanned 109 years


Editor's Note: An outcome
of the annual Hendry Reunion
held May 6, 2012, in Shady
Grove is- a historical project
by Morris Steen. Descendents
have been invited to submit
histories of their lineage to be
included in a Hendry archive.
The following is an outline
of the life of Suletia McLeod
Hendry, daughter of James
Madison and Louisanna
Hendry; submitted by Donna
O'Steen Mixon.
Suletia McLeod Hendry
is bmrn Sept. 16, 1888, one
of 14 children born to Jim
and Louisanna Hendry.
Her family lives in San
Pedro Bay near Boyd. Their
cracker home consists of
two logs cabins.
The larger main cabin
has a roofed-over porch and
a loft where the children
sleep. The smaller kitchen
is attached by a covered
walk way.
The water supply is a
well several feet from the
main cabin. A bucket,
communal dipper and wash
pan remain permanently on
the front porch. Infrequent
baths are taken in a tub in
the yard with water being
pumped in the morning and
warmed by the sun during
the day. Pungent kerosene
lamps light rooms at night;
the fireplace provides the
home's only heating source.
Suletia's education
takes an unusual path to
a singing school in Lake
Bird, Florida. Among
other skills, she learns to
play the organ. Thereafter
her father's services (he
is a Methodist minister)
have his daughter's musical
accompaniment.
At the age qf 20 Suletia
marries Roscoe Ellison.


James Madison and Louisanna Williams Hendry and their daughters standing in front of their home
in San Pedro Bay: standing from left Cleopatra, Helon, Jim, Suletia and Val; seated, Leilah and
Louisanna.


Shortly after marrying,
Roscoe purchases 160 acres
of land. As 1913 arrives the
family is still in the process
of clearing the acreage. One
of their three daughters,
Minnie, who is six at the
time, remembers a fateful
day in 1913. "Late in the
day visitors approach the
homestead on foot. They are
lost. Roscoe knows the road
to their desired destination.
Due to the lateness of the
day he offers to use his
horse and buggy to deliver
them before dark. Returning
home at the close of dusk


the horse is spooked by a
stump and bolts. Roscoe is
thrown from the buggy and
hits his head on the stump.
He is killed instantly."
George Richard O'Quinn,
called "Ritchie" by his
friends, is a son of early
settlers of Taylor County.
His grandfather, Allen
O'Quinn and family are
on the 1860 Taylor County
census. His father, Daniel F.
O'Quinn, fights in the civil
war. He is permanently
disabled from a gunshot
wound to his right shoulder.
His mother, Amanda Pipkin


O'Quinn, is orphaned when
her family is killed by
Indians in 1850. Ritchie is
born May 21, 1871. Due to
his father's war disability
his schooling is brief. He
begins working at an early
age to support his family.
He marries Kentie Barbee
July 21, 1895.
Unfortunately, her
life is brief, cut short by
diphtheria. On Dec. 23,
1916, he marries a second
time to Suletia Ellison.
They have six children.
The times, they're a
changing! In 1913 the .


19th amendment passes..
Suletia, now 25, can vote
for the first time. In 1916
the O'Quinns build a home
of milled lumber, not logs,
in the Flat Creek area of
San Pedro Bay. Compared
to the log home of her
father, her home has many
luxuries. Instead of three
windows there are five, all
the furniture is store bought
and Suletia owns a sewing
machine. Suletia exchanges
homegrown produce for
babbit in Boyd. Babbit is a
token issued by the Lumber
Company in Boyd. It is


used in lieu of currency in
the company commissary.
Suletia uses the babbit to
purchase material, lace,
buttons and thread. With
these materials she makes
clothes for the children. She
sews her creations without
the aid of a pattern on her
treadle sewing machine.
Hunting trips supplement
the larder. In a wagon filled
with camping gear, Ritchie
travels to Camp Misery
or Rattlesnake to hunt for
turkey, deer and hogs. He
fishes and gathers swamp
cabbage. The meat and fish,
preserved in salt barrels,
provide the family table
with meat throughout the
year.
There are no screens on
the windows or doors of the
house until late in the 1930s.
Before screens, smoky fires
are built close to the house
to drive away the bugs,
especially mosquitoes.
When the cattle are rounded
up in the spring, fires are
Built near the holding pens
for the same purpose.
Malaria is rampant in Taylor
County until 1941 when the
DDT campaign rids Taylor
County of the disease.
The year 1930 begins
a harsh financial era. The
family banking accounts
are wiped out when the
First National Bank of Perry
fails. The country goes off
gold standard and they are
required to give up their gold
when the government calls it
in. Suletia and Ritchie lose
faith in the banking system
and hide what little is left
of their savings in stashes
around their home.
STransportation is by foot
'- Please see page 6


Glance at the ast


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD

July 14, 1977

TWO SURPRISE
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Doctors' Memorial
Hospital (DMH)
Administrator Jim Arnold
surprised the county
commission twice: first, by
reporting that the hospital
was "fiscally solvent" and,
second, by announcing
that he intends to retire in
November. Arnold said
he was suffering from
"administrative fatigue."
The good news, however,
was that the hospital's assets
exceeded its liabilities by
$200,000.
Arnold reported that he
had been at DMH for 20


years, and had put in another
12 years at other hospitals.

ELECTION
RESULTS
Mayor Dr. T. Conrad
Williams Jr. fooled political
pundits by defeating his
opponents easily by 74 votes
to retain his top job with the
city; prior to the election,
predictors expected a run-
off in the four-candidate
race. Grace Vereen was
his closest opponent with
501 votes compared to
Williams' 789.
Councilman Henry
Fulmer defeated Lawrence
Hughes 813 to 679 in the
race for a city council seat,
with observers noting that
Hughes "had the largest
vote of any black candidate
for office in this century."


#lC a Peery July 20-21, 2012

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GAYLE AND JEANNE
ARE MARRIED;
RETTA
WILL BE NEXT...
Gayle Lewis and Henry
Lundy exchanged wedding
vows in a June 25 ceremony
at the First Baptist Church
"which was resplendent
with flowing ferns."
Jeanne Edwards also
became the bride of Michael
Anthony Atter on June 25
in a ceremony at the First
Presbyterian Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Barney
O'Quinn Jr. announced
the engagement of their
daughter, Retta, to Neal
Williams, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Williams
Jr. A Sept. 2 wedding was
planned.

ROOSEVELT
TAKES
ON TALLAHASSEE,
11-3
In sports news, Coach
Dick Jarvis and his team
were shown congratulating
Roosevelt Simmons who
struck out 16 batters in
Perry's second win in the
District II Little League
Baseball Tournament. Perry
defeated Caroline Brevard
11 to 3.
Outstanding players also
included Justin Webb and
Raymond McAllister.

RATLIFF SIGNS
AT MONTEVALLO
The University of
Montevallo announced that
it had secured "two highly
rated junior college players,"
and one was Glenn Ratliff
of Perry who would guard
third base for the Falcons.
Ratliff had a .455 batting
average as a freshman and
.361 as a sophomore.

NOW SHOWING...
Dustin Hoffman and
Lawrence Olivier were
starring in "Marathon Man,"
now playing at Graves
Drive-In Theatre.


I thought I was doing a good deed by
helping.a new friend out, but as it turned out,
I was.the one who ended up needing the help.
I had recently returned home from college
and was living with my grandmother, who
was glad to have me back home but not too
happy that I had chosen to come back home
without the degree she'd sent me to college
to get. Before she allowed me to move back
home without it, I had to promise her that
my stay was going to be temporary and that
I would return to UF the following semester.
A few weeks after I moved back, I met
a young lady from down South who was
in Perry visiting a few friends of mine. I
thought she was friendly and fun to hang
out with when I first met her,. but that all
changed when my friends evicted her before
her summer visit was over.
"Anthony," she said in a tearful voice
when I answered the phone. "I need your
.help."
"What's going on?" I asked with a
truckload of hesitation. Even then, I knew
that-asking questions like that can sometimes
illicit unwanted responses.
"Your friends just put me out," she cried
into the phone.
"My friends?"
"Yes, your friends!"
Even though this was before the era of cell
phones, I prayed for a dropped call.
"Did you hear me?" she asked.
"Hello! Hello! I can't hear you!" I yelled
into the phone then tapped the receiver. "I
think the phone's cut off!"
"No, it isn't! I can still hear you!" she
replied.
"Hello! Hello!" I continued my charade.
"Go ahead and hang up," she yelled back.
"Just don't go anywhere. I'll be there in a
few minutes."
Before I could hang up the phone and
wipe the what-am-l-going-to-do look off of
my face, a car pulled in the driveway and she
got out with two suitcases.
My grandmother, who would welcome
anyone who isn't related to Satan, into her
home, elbowed me and said, "Don't be
nasty. She's your friend and she's a long way
from home."
"But, she's not really my,..." I tried to
respond but was cut off by another elbow to
my ribcage.
So, my friends' friend moved in,


supposedly until her folks sent her a ticket to
come home at the end of the week.
That night, I went out with some friends,
which didn't include my friends' friend. I
don't know how she knew where I was, but
before the night was over, she had called
every place that I had been.
"How are you just going to leave me here
with your grandmother?" she asked. "I'm
your company."
The next morning, my grandmother woke
us up early for breakfast.
"You need to do something about your
grandma," she said. "She's getting on my
nerves with this early morning crap."
I knew what I had to do. I got up, walked
past the breakfast table, and got in the car.
"Where are you going?" my friends'
friend asked as I backed out the yard. "I
told you about leaving me here with 'Miss
Grandma Piece."
Ten minutes later, I pulled back in the
driveway with MY friend, Cherina, who I.
always turn to whenever I'm confronted with
an impossible mission.
"Hi Cherina," my friends' friend said as
we walked in the house.
"Hi," Cherina replied, then asked. "Have
you finished eating breakfast?"
"Yes," she answered.
"Then, think of this as a bed and breakfast
inn," Cherina said. "It's checkout time."
My friends' friend and my grandmother
both looked at me with puzzled expressions.
"What is she talking about?" my friends'
friend asked.
"I'm telling you that you need to go,"
Cherina answered before I could. "Since,
as you said, Miss Grandma Piece is getting
on your nerves, then you have to go. And, I
mean now!"
My friends' friend turned to me and then
my grandmother and asked, "Is this her
house?"
Again, Cherina didn't give us time to
respond. "Listen Sweetie," she told my
friends' friend, "I speak for them when they
can't. And, like I said, it is checkout time."
Twenty minutes later, my friends' friend
checked out. And, I haven't seen her since.
However, I did get a Facebook message
(without a friend request) from her a year or
so ago. All she said was, "Hi. How's your
friend Cherina?"
I didn't respond because I knew better.


Remember when...


No friend


of mine

By ANTHONY L. WHITE
anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.com


P








Deming has volunteered

on city boards since 1994


DEMING
Continued from page 1
with the City of Perry,"
Deming said.
"I am a graduate of
Florida State University
with course work in
public administration.
Additionally, I have
received additional training
through employment as an
executive director in the
public, private and non-
profit sector.
"I began my experience
serving the City of Perry
and District 3 in 1994 by
an appointment by Mayor
Shirley Scott as a member
of the Tree Board (current
chair) in conjunction with
Perry's designation as a Tree
City USA. I have continued
this volunteer service since
1995 with terms on the
following City of Perry
boards and committees:
Board of Adjustment,
Planning and Zoning Board
(current chair), Construction
Industry Licensing
Board, Code Enforcement
Board and Citizen's
Advisory Council as well
as wherever the city needed
volunteers on related
initiatives.
"I have also volunteered
with two gubernatorial
appointments; the regional
planning council 1997-2000
and the Governor's Wildfire
Response and Mitigation
Review Committee in 1998.
I have always championed
economic recovery efforts
when disasters have struck
our community," he said.
Deming continued, "I
would like to continue
serving District 3 as a
city council member and
emulate the great service
of former council members


Rice plans

to donate

salary

RICE
Continued from page 1
promoting the UN program.
A portion of the membership
dues received by these
organizations is used to
pay for lobbyists promoting
sustainable development,",
Rice continued.
Rice added that,
"Although I come from
a modest background,
I do not want monetary
compensation from the
county. If the salary (for a
county commissioner) is
mandated, I plan to donate
it to the Wounded Warrior
Program."
Sheconcluded, "If elected,
I promise to make an all-
out effort to rid the county
of UN associated programs
and organizations to assure
that future generations
enjoy the liberties they have
inherited."


from District 3 such as Walt
Lamb Sr., Joe Yarbrough
and Richard Frith while
addressing the challenges
faced by our community
today."
He noted, "Some of
my interests include
housing, economic
development (creating
jobs for local residents),
senior issues, business
retention (supporting
local businesses) and
development (homegrown
jobs), tourism, infrastructure
development and workforce
development. While I cannot
make any specific campaign
promises, I would like to
work with other city council
members to address issues
facing our community. I
would like to be the kind of
city council member who
involves citizens of District
3 in the actions of city hall.
I would accomplish this by
communicating directly to
the district's residents and
listening to what citizen's
concerns and needs might
be."
Deming concluded,
"Being respectful of your
privacy, I invite you to
contact me and express
your concerns in the format
of your choice, either by
phone, email, one-to-one
visits or in a group forum."


A-3 Perry News-Herald July 20-21, 2012


I've never stopped learning'


NO WRONG PLACE
Continued from page 1
continued, with promotions
along the way, when the
company (P&G) challenged
Garrison to consider re-
locating to Memphis to
create a new network
infrastructure connecting
offices in Georgia, Florida,
North Carolina and Geneva,
Switzerland.
"At this point, everything
I knew, I had taught myself,"
said Garrison, "but I felt I
needed a formal education."
He later took a job as
senior network analyst for
the corporate offices of
AutoZone and enrolled in
Strayer University.
About that time, Memphis
prevailed over 30 other cities
to become the new home
of the former Vancouver
Grizzlies. The team moved
into offices owned by
AutoZone and asked for
help installing basic IT
services. Garrison offered
that help and it wasn't long
before they wanted him to
head up their IT department.
"I turned them down the first
time, but the second time, I
couldn't say no. I was hired
right before the first pre-
season game and had only a
couple of weeks to bring the
technology in the outdated


arena up to par for a NBA
team," he said.
The later construction of a
new arena gave Garrison the
opportunity to design the
entire network from scratch.
Today, he's responsible for
providing and maintaining
an ongoing business
network for the Grizzlies
staff, and an event network
that changes according
to the arena's calendar of
events. "We prep the arena
to meet the specifications of
each night's event--artists
and other performers whose
specs differ greatly from the
needs of a NBA team.
"It's about much, more
than putting in your eight
hours each day. It's a lot
of long hours, but it's
worthwhile to know I am
providing a reliable network
to a lot of people.
"When a game starts,
I'm on the floor making
sure everything is working.
Then, when I walk through
the concourse back to my
office and glance at the
game on a television, it's
a good feeling to know
that I've helped make that
possible--that my family in
Florida watching the game
knows I'm a part of that."
Garrison's family
includes his mother, Emma
Garrison, and his father,


ANDREWS


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We will be closing after 47 years

We regret to inform you wonderful, loyal patrons of Andrews Drugs, that we
will be closing our business at the end of July. It is a sad time for me and our
staff. We thank each person who has come through our doors for allowing
us to manage your prescriptions. Also, we thank you for letting us share the
joy of your beautiful children and grandchildren. Taylor County surely has the
most wonderful children; and during these last forty-seven years we have
been blessed to see your children at birth, at marriages and later to see their
children and grandchildren.
Your prescription records have been sent to our buyer, Walgreens Drugs of
Perry. You can retrieve them at their pharmacy.
May God continue His blessings on each of you is our prayer.
Sincerely,
Bill, Linda, Marcus, Wendy, Rhonda, Carla, Pat and Charles


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Paleay Garrison, as well as
a sister, Paulette Morris.
His love for basketball
and the Grizzlies is evident
but he admits /that he also
enjoys the leadership roles
his job requires. "It's
another layer of the skills
'I've built over 30 years,"
he says. "The entry-level
positions, were critical to
my career because it was
literally laying the cable and
then seeing how computers


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cable. From there, I've
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and have layered in formal
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degree at the age of 50
because it means I've never
stopped learning."
Editor's Note: Courtney
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for this article. Pictures re-printed,
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PRIMARY ELECTION
August 14, 2012
SAMPLE BALLOTS
Sample ballots for the Primary Election will be mailed
next week. All sample ballots will be voter and party
specific. Florida law states you must vote in the precinct
in which you are residing, so if you have recently moved
please call the Supervisor of Elections office to update
your residential and mailing-address. Updating your
information will ensure that you receive the correct
sample ballot. Look for an official election mailing from
your Supervisor of Elections office like the one below,
this will be your sample ballot for the Primary Election.
Study your sample ballot
Research the candidates
Be an educated and informed voter
Take your sample ballot to the polls with you


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PRIMARY ELECTION

August 14, 2012






ABSENTEE REQUESTS
The last date to request an absentee ballot to be mailed for the Primary
Election is Wednesday, August 8, 2012. Any registered voter may vote an
absentee ballot. Request can be accepted only from the voter, a member of
the voter's immediate family or legal guardian. Please call the elections office
at (850) 838-3515 to request an absentee ballot.
All absentee requests are now being processed daily. If you have requested
an absentee ballot, be sure to check your mail and be on the lookout for your
Primary ballot.
EARLY VOTING
Early voting will take place in the Supervisor of Elections Office on the 2nd
floor of the county courthouse and will begin on Saturday, August 4, 2012, and
will continue through Saturday, August 11, 2012 for eight consecutive days.
Early voting hours will be as follows: 7:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. every day except
Sunday. Sunday early voting hours will be 12. noon until 6:00 p.m. Any voter in
the county may vote early in lieu of going to their precinct on Election Day.
PHOTO AND SIGNATURE ID REQUIRED
Photo and signature identification is required by Florida Law. If the picture
ID does not contain the signature of the voter an additional identification that
provides the voter's signature shall be required. A voter information card is no
longer accepted as a form of ID.
FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK
The Taylor County Supervisor of Elections office is happy to announce they
are now on Facebook. This is just one more way to stay connected with our
voters. To receive daily updates on what's happening in your elections office
visit Facebook and like our newly created Facebook page at Taylor County
Supervisor of Elections.


LOOKING FOR ELECTION INFORMATION
Check out our website at www.taylorelections.com. You will find all of the
latest and greatest election news happening right here in Taylor County.

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A-4 Perry News-Herald July 20-21, 2012


60th anniversary celebrated
Catherine and John D.,Howell celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary
on Thursday, July 19. They were married in Hyattsville, Md. and later
moved to Taylor County where she taught school for 21 years and he
worked with Procter and Gamble.


Cruce Family gathers on Sunday
The annual Cruce Reunion will be held Ice, cups, plates, napkins and
Sunday, July 22, at Forest Capital Park. silverware will be provided. For additional
Lunch will be served at 12:45 p.m. "so information, please contact Dub Cruce at
bring the family and a basket of food." 584-7718.

Would you like to make a difference?


Would you like to make a difference in
the life of a child? Noting the key role that
volunteers make in all 4-H programs, Agent
Abbey Tharpe urges persons interested
in volunteering to plan on attending a
volunteer training session set for Aug. 7.
"This would be a great service to the


youth of this community," she added. The
training is scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 7,
at 12 noon at Forest Capital Park where the
4-H offices are located.
Interested persons are urged to R.S.V.P.
(838-3508) by noon on Aug. 6.


1st birthday celebrated Wednesday
Tiana Ari Williams, the daughter of Dimitri and Diana
Williams, celebrated her first birthday July 18.
She is the granddaughter of Carey and Gloria Bell,
Sylvester and Delores Hugger.
Her brother is Dimitri Williams II.


Neither rain
nor sleet
stops 4-H
day camps
Tropical Storm Debby
did not stop 4-H camps for
Taylor County students!
4-H Extension Agent
Abbey Tharpe reports that 55
attended during the blustery
week with 25 beginning the
week with Kamala Snow
and classmates from Aveda
Institute.
The group offered skin
care tips, massages and
showed students how to
make homemade scrubs.
The Cloverbuds
Adventurers learned sports
techniques, made arts and
crafts, and watched a movie
while enjoying popcorn and
snow cones.


Kamala Snow and classmates from Aveda shared spa secrets


Tiana Ari Williams


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Humble Public Service Genuine Leadership
The 1885 Florida State Constitution established the elected county office of Tax Collector.
It was based on the ideal that local taxes could best be collected at the local level and by
being an elected officer; the Tax Collector would be more responsible to the needs of the
community in which he was elected. Your Tax Collector is the only office that comes in
contact with almost every county citizen: rich, middle-class or poor, registered to vote or
not, Democratic, Republican or not. I want to work hard for you and would consider it an
extreme honor to represent you. I am very dedicated to being your next Tax Collector. I won't
abandon you. I have studied and trained for most of my life to lead you in this capacity. I
am glad the boards the tax collector is responsible to don't appoint or hire your tax collector
because the election is your voice and acts as a test of how your tax collector is doing,
but if boards who levy taxes like County Commissioners, School Board, City Council, and
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Religion



Rollings understands:


This isn't what I expected...


By SARAH HALL
Our prayer list
Please remember the Rev.
Joseph Francis, Sweet Hope
Church pastor, and the Rev.
Jimmy Brookins, St.
Stevens M.B. Church
pastor in Monticello, as
well as Walter Bishop at
hom and myself, Sarah Hall
(surgery), Tallahassee
Regional Hospital.

This Isn't What I
Expected
(Excerpts from Jumpstart
Your Day by William
Rollings Jr.)
I was given this book by a
very good friend. Often, I
pick it up and read some
practical, everyday living
advice that gives me a little
better insight on the things
that I have to deal with in
life. The chapter that
caught my eye today was
called, "This Isn't What I
Expected." In Exodus
14:10-12, the Israelites
cried out to the Lord, and
asked Moses, "What have
you done to us by bringing
us out of Egypt? It would
have been better for us to
serve the Egyptians than to
die in the desert."
I know that God has a
plan for all of us, but
sometimes it takes us on a
journey we never expected
to encounter. And at this
point in my life, I can say
also, "This isn't what I
expected." It's not what I
planned. It's not what I
dreamed or thought would
happen. Oh yes, I've been
through some difficult
times in my life. Plans and
promises have been broken.
Like the Israelites, doubts
appear. Now, you might
say, "Where is your faith?"
It's right where it's always
been--in God. In know that
God is with me. I know that
God will take care of us--all
of us--in difficult times.. I

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Perry First Church of
God believes its "Sky
V.B.S." will be amazing
and invites ages 3-12 for
the event, July 23-29 from
5:30 t 8:30 p.m. Need
more information? Pl.ease
call 584-7992.

Trinity marks
anniversary
The community is
invited to the first church
anniversary for Trinity
House of Praise. Guest
speaker will be Dr. Gerald
Thomas of Quincy.
Services will begin at 5
p.m. on Sunday, July 22. If
you need a ride, please call
223-1702.


Card of

Thanks
flKing
We, the family of the late
Brother Eric King, would
like to thank the whole
community for prayers,
phone calls, food, flowers,
cards and visits. We would
like to thank DMH EMTs
and the Perry Police
Department, with a very
special thank you to Sgt.
Lin Gray--you are one in a
million. Thank you, thank
you so much. And to
everyone else, thank you,
thank you and love y'all.
Wear your crown
brother, we miss you
dearly.
The family of the
Legend Eric King
Thanks,
Khalilah, Kardis, Varian,


Joey and Grandma
Christine


know that we have to stay
focused and be patient.
I truly thank everybody
for your cards, calls, visits,
words of encouragement
and support.
I am spending quality
time in meditation, fasting
and praying to God.
Reinforcing the faith that's
already there.
When the time comes, I
know I will rally to the
cause.
I know, without a doubt,
that God is taking me in the
direction that He wants me
to go. It may not be an easy
journey; it may not be what
I expected, but I submit
myself to God. I am in your
hands.
It's a bumpy road now but
it will be all right. I agree
with Mr. Rollings, "This
definitely isn't what I
expected." Read
"Jumpstart Your Day"!


Hearty
thank you
About the Jerkins
Reunion held last weekend:
This 'big thank you' goes
out to Alyce Watkins and all
the Jerkins Mass Reunion
Committee members, as
,well as the picnic caterers,
the Taylor County
Leadership Council, Inc.,
the Men's Club, the Elks
Club of Perry and Chrystal
Ruesdell, and to anybody
and everybody else who
supported this event.
Until next time!


In her lifetime, Hendry saw two world

wars and women earn the right to vote


HENDRYS
Continued from page 2
or wagon until 1936 when
they buy a car.
Neither Suletia nor Ritchie
learn to drive but rely
instead on the skills of their
teenagers.
In the 1940s, the
O'Quinns build a new home
on Old Dixie Highway two
miles south of Perry.
They buy lumber
salvaged from the
demolition of the old Flat
Creek School in San Pedro
Bay and use it in the
construction of the home.
Ritchie designs the home
and builds it himself. It is a
modest three-bedroom
home, but it is the first time
the family has a kitchen and
bathroom as integral parts
of the house.
It has running water,
electricity and a plethora of
windows.


New in town, or just wanting to learn more about our God?
Come Worship with us at

a The Perry Church of Christ a
714 N. Calhoun St
Come study online http//en.netlog.com/nronyoda
Sunday Bible Study at 9:30 a.m. Telephone 584-2645
Morning Worship at 10:30 a.m. Email-perrycoc@gmail.com
Wednesday Bible Study at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is our Honored Guest!


Church of God of Prophecy
1304 North Jefferson Street
Presents a Gospel Sing
Saturday, July 28 at 7 p.m.
Featuring Perfect Grace from Valdosta, Georgia
Food and Fellowship will follow the concert
For more information contact
Bro. Jenks at 584-2636 or Sister Holt at 843-5550
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Her life ends just three
months short of 110 years.
The changes for women
during her lifetime are
phenomenal: women get to
vote, have careers, hold
office and own property.
These changes are made
possible by changing social
values but also the
advancement in birth
control allows women to
shape their lives.
Suletia lives through the


devastation of wars: World
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Korean War, Vietnam and
the Gulf War.
She enjoys the rewards of
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telephones, photography,
motion pictures, cars,
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Entertainment


A-7 Perry News-Herald
July 20-21, 2012


.... :I'm Still Standing


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Ito Tallahassee this fall


'Moonrise Kingdom




is an absurd delight


Wes Anderson is. one of those directors
who has such a distinctive style in the
way he makes films that they are instantly
recognizable to anyone familiar with his
past efforts.
Sure, some. directors have a visual flare--
like John Woo and his penchant for slo-mo
shots of flying doves--but Anderson's films
are entirely his own, from the
camera movements and set
design down to the way the
actors deliver their lines.
Of course, having such a
different look and feel tends to
bring out strong views--both
positive and negative--from
audiences, which is exactly
what the responses have been
for Anderon's previous films,
including "Rushmore," "The
Royal Tenenbaums," ."The
Life Aquatic of Steve Zissou,"
"Darjeeling Limited" and
"Fantastic Mr. Fox."
And now we have "Moonrise Kingdom,"
a coming-of-age romance about two young
people who run away from their respective
homes, sparking a search party to canvas
their small New England island town.
As usual, Anderson has compiled an
all-star cast for "Moonrise Kingdom,"
coupled with a pair of newcomers who add
just the real level of authenticity to their
performances. If you are an Anderson fan,
then you should enjoy this one, as all of his
usual tricks are on display. On the flip side,
if you don't like his films, I don't see you
enjoying "Moonrise Kingdom." If you're
new to the director and are still unsure after
reading this review,I'd recommend tracking
down the trailer online as it will give you a
decent idea of the film's stranger qualities.
The story follows Sam (newcomer
Jared. Gilman), an orphaned Khaki Scout,
and Suzy (newcomer Kara Hayward), a
troubled girl, who decide to run away and
flee their island. Sam's disappearance is
noticed by his Scout Master Ward (Edward
Norton, "Hulk"), who calls Police Captain
Sharp (Bruce Willis, "RED"). Shortly
thereafter, Walt Bishop (Bill Murray, "Lost
in Translation") and Laura Bishop (Frances
McDormand, "Transformers: Dark of the
Moon") discover their daughter is missing
as well.
What results is a massive manhunt
involving the entire Khaki Scout Troop
along with Captain Sharp and the Bishops
as they search the island via land, sea and
air.
Meanwhile, Sam and Suzy continue
to trek through the island's wilderness,
both looking for an escape from their


MAY 30-JuLY 29
The Hippodrome in
Gainesville is holding over
its presentation of"The
Marvelous Wonderettes,"
once again for another two
weeks. The hit off-Broadway
musical takes audiences to
the 1958 Springfield High
School prom to meet 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
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.
JULY 20-29
Theatre A La Carte presents
the musical "Aida" at
Tallahassee Little Theatre.
Elton John and Tim Rice's
"Aida" is a contemporary
musical take on a grand
classic saga of the timeless
bond between an enslaved


current problems. For Sam, he's the "least
popular" scout in his troop, while Suzy
recently discovered a pamphlet in the
house instructing parents how to deal with
emotionally disturbed children.
"Moonrise Kingdom" is a story about
childhood, discovering love and trying to
find your place in a world that is both too
big and too small.
Anderson's films are almost
absurd in their surrealist
approach to storytelling,
which is the basis for much of
their comedy, but while it may
seem like a contradiction,
this approach also allows the
deeper, more emotional side
of the stories to connect more
directly with the audience.
Like the works of Quentin
Tarantino, these films don't
seem to exist in the real world,
but a slightly different one,
where everyday things don't
look quite the same and people don't talk
with the same mannerisms and cadences.
"Moonrise Kingdom" is no exception, but
this is the first one to center so directly on
children, allowing Anderson and co-writer
Roman Coppola to explore new territory.
There is a frankness at times that may
take audiences by surprise, but it's this
honesty that makes the story work so well.
Also helping are the performances from
Gilman and Hayward, who are noticeably
unpolished but it works incredibly well
with the film's dialogue and situations.
Over his career, Anderson has developed
a stable of actors who always seem to
return for his next project, including Bill
Murray and Jason Schwartzman (who plays
Cousin Ben here). Even the notoriously
hard-to-work-with Murray seems to be
enjoying himself and it shows in the end
product.
Willis is new to Anderson, but gives one
of his better understated performances as
the unhappy police captain who is surprised
to find a kindred spirit in the young Sam.
Norton's Scout Master Ward is probably
on camera the most of the adult characters,
and it is a joy to watch the downright goofy
leader. And that brings up another point.
Unlike most films that center on children,
the adults are not painted as the enemy,
as they have plenty of their own problems
being explored simultaneously.
Anderson is a lightning rod amongst
movie goers, but "Moonrise Kingdom"
shows off the best of what the director has
to offer.
The film is rated PG-13 for sexual content
and smoking.


Nubian princess and an
Egyptian soldier. As forbidden
love blossoms between
them, the young lovers are
forced to face death or part
forever. Performances will be
held at 8 p.m. on July 20-21
and 27-28, with matinees
at 2 p.m. on July 22 and 29.
Tickets are $18 for adults
and $16 for students and
seniors. To purchase tickets,
call 850-224-8474 or visit
www.theatrealacarte.org. The
theatre is located at 1861
Thomasville Rd. at Betton
Road.
AUG. 10-19
The Quincy Music Theatre
presents "Pump Boys and
Dinettes" a production of
the Magnolia Players. On
Highway 57, somewhere
between Frog Level and
Smyrna, stands a gas station
and a diner. The pump boys
have been known to do some
auto repairs, but only when
aided by large quantities
of time and beer, while the
dinettes celebrate their home
cooking alongside their boys
with charm and enthusiasm.
Part musical, part concert,
part review and part theatre,
show dates for the production
are Aug. 10-12 and 17-19.
For more information, visit
amt.ora or call 850-875-9444.


JULY 20
The Damon Fowler Group will
perform at the Bradfordville
Blues Club in Tallahassee.
Doors open at 8:30 p.m.
with the show starting at
9:30. With his hybrid of roots
rock, blues and sacred steel,
Florida native Damon Fowler
started wowing audiences
with his musical exploits
as a teenager, building a
reputation as one of the
hottest young players on
the scene. Tickets for the
performance are $15 and can
be purchase online at www.
bradfordvillebluesclub.com.
The club is located at 7152
Moses Lane; directions are
available online.


AUG. 4
The St. Marks National
Wildlife Refuge will host a
nature photography class
from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. The
emphasis will be on digital
photography and natural
history of the refuge. Bring
your own equipment. The
class will be inside followed
by a nature walk outside, so
please bring water, insect
repellent and a hat. Call
850-925-6121 to register for
the class.


Movie star and comedian
Mike Epps will return to
Tallahassee with his "I'm
Still Standing" tour for one
performance only at the
Tallahassee-Leon County
Civic Center on Saturday,
Nov. 10, at 8 p.m.
Tickets are now available
at the Civic Center Box
Office, all Ticketmaster
Outlets and at Ticketmaster.
com. Charge tickets by
phone at 850-222-0400 or
1-800-322-3602. Tickets are
priced from $40 to $58.50.
Phone orders, tickets at
outlets and internet sales
are subject to a convenience
charge.
Hot off the filming of
his new stand-up special,
Epps is reddy to show fans,
once again, why he remains
"one of the only Hollywood
funnymen with the ability
to make 'em laugh live on
stage."
A native of Indiana,
Epps has steadily climbed
his way up the stand-up
comedy. While breaking
into conventional, New
York City comedy clubs


did prove to be challenging,
the Def Comedy Jam
phenomenon recognized
Epps' talent and by 1995,
he wound up on the Def
Comedy Jam tour and had


Mike Epps
starred in two of HBO's Def
Comedy Jam broadcasts. He
moved to Los Angeles after
a successful performance at
the 1999 Laffapolooza fest
in Atlanta.
During a performance
at the Comedy Store,
Epps caught the attention
of Ice Cube, who went


on to cast him as his co-
star in "Next Friday," the
highly anticipated sequel
to "Friday." Epps went on
to appear in "Bait" with
Jamie Foxx and had a
cameo in "How High" with
Method Man and Redman.
More recently he appeared
as "Black Doug" in the
blockbuster movie "The
Hangover," received the
NAACP Image Award for
his role in "Jumping the
Broom," and worked with
Whitney Houston on the
remake of "Sparkle" which
is set for release in August.
Epps is also well-known in
the hip-hop community, and
hosted the 2011 BET Hip
Hop Awards.
With all of his success
in Hollywood, Mike
Epps hasn't let go of his
first love--stand-up comedy
--and manages to hit the
stage on any down time he
has. He also spends time
on his charity foundation--
the Mike Epps Foundation,
which helps children in his
hometown of Indianapolis
and around the country.


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'Safety Not Guaranteed"


Regardless of our age,
we all have something we
regret, moments we wish
we could change. Some
were in our control while
many were not.
That's why the idea of a
time machine has beckoned
us for years, from H.G.
Wells to today.
That's also why people
were fascinated when
an unusual classified ad
appeared in the September/
October 1997 issue of
"Backwoods Home
Magazine" which read:
"Wanted: Somebody to go
back in time with me. This
is not a joke. You'll get paid
after we get back. Must
bring your own weapons.
Safety not guaranteed. I
have only done this once
before."
When the author of the
ad, an employee of the
magazine, revealed in 2010
he was the author and it had
indeed been a joke, he said
he had received thousands
of responses over the years,
many of which were from
people who seemed to want
to believe it was real.
It begs the question. What
if it hadn't been a joke?
What if the author had
really built a time machine,
or at least was crazy enough
to think he had?
That's exactly the
premise behind "Safety Not
Guaranteed," in which a
magazine reporter and two
interns set out to discover
the story behind an identical
classified ad.
The film, which has
been in limited release for
several weeks, arrived in
Tallahassee last weekend
and tells a surprisingly
compelling story about both
the possibilities of the future
and the regrets of the past.
"Safety Not Guaranteed"
follows Darius (Aubrey
Plaza, "Parks and
Recreation") an intern at a
magazine who, along with
fellow intern Arnau (Karan
Soni) and reporter Jeff (Jake
M. Johnson, "21 Jump
Street"), is sent to find out
who bought the time travel
ad.
For Darius, the
assignment is intriguing but
the trip to a small town is not,


at least not until she meets
Kenneth (Mark Duplass,
"True Adolescents"), the
man behind the ad. Darius
pretends to be answering
the ad, and Kenneth agrees
to bring her on and start
her training. It's clear from


early on that Kenneth
has some issues, as he is
particularly paranoid about
being watched, but Darius
finds herself being drawn to
him.
As Kenneth points out, his
mission is one of regret, and
Darius has her fair share of
that as well. In fact, facing
your past--and regrets--is
really the.heart of the story.
Of course, the primary
question is whether or not
Kenneth actually has a time
machine, and the movie has
just enough twists and turns
to keep you guessing right
up to the end.
"Safety Not Guaranteed"
has a small cast, but
they all give very strong
performances. Plaza, best
known for the sarcastic
April on NBC's "Parks and
Recreation," gives Darius a
dry, sharp edge but allows
her softer side to show
when she's with Kenneth.
The film, however, rests on
Kenneth and Duplass plays
him with a manic quality
that is coupled with an
understated performance as
a man who is either insane
or had actually built a time
machine...or maybe both.
In a lesser film, Jeff would
be a throwaway jerk who is
there simply to add conflict.
Here, however, he becomes
a fully-developed character,
with his side story about
trying to reconnect with
his high school girlfriend
helping to further develop


the film's theme of life's
regrets.
Unlike Darius and
Kenneth, however, his
regrets are more about
allowing time to pass him
by, which leads him to
become a less than reliable
guide to the nerdy Arau,
urging him to not waste a
moment of his youth.
Ultimately, while the
story mainly focuses on
Darius and Kenneth, it
is the development of
these normally secondary
characters that makes the
film's eventual conclusion
so satisfying.
At only 86 minutes,
audiences will not have
a long wait to reach that
conclusion, but there are
plenty of wonderful things
squeezed into its short
runtime.
If you're looking for
something different this
summer, "Safety Not
Guaranteed" is definitely
one movie you should
consider responding to.
You won't regret it.
The film is rated R for
language including some
sexual references.






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BY PAT MCGRIFF
onemorecast@gtcom.net
Trout fishing couldn't get
much better than the last
two days of a charter I had
Sunday and Monday.
We had 20 trout and four
reds up to 26 inches on
Sunday and 20 trout and two
reds on Monday for Stan
and Tyler Bryant and Will
Scrimpster -- all of Macon,
Ga. They caught all their fish
on live pinfish under Back
Bay and Cajun Thunders in
4.5-5.5 feet of water.
Our 20 trout Sunday
weighed just over 38 pounds
and we had 4 over 20
inches with two over four
pounds! Not bad for water
temperatures in the gulf up
to 87.5 degrees.
We had a school of BIG
reds show up and ambush our
trout baits and we hooked up


a triple and landed zero as
they found a way to set their
buddies free by grabbing the
float and popping off their
compadres. We managed
only one 26-plus inch red
from that attack! Had six on
total ...Yikes ... some were
over 30 pounds!
Here is a report from
Keaton Beach Marina:
Tony Burch of Lake City
had 2 trout to 20 inches and
released a 30 inch red while
using Gulp in 3 feet of water.
The scalloping was spotty
with dingy water having
crept up from the south
(due to four straight days of
southeast w-i-n-d) so most
folks were looking for them
closer to the beach than in
the first two weeks of July.
Be careful out there and
remember to FLY your rive
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A-8 Perry News-Herald July 20-21, 2012


STouchdown Club

seeking members

.-, for 2012 season


The Taylor County
Touchdown Club is seeking
members for the 2012
football season.
Everyone interested in
helping support the Taylor
County Bulldogs football
program and new Head
Coach Ryan Smith is asked
to attend a meeting on
Monday, July 23, at 6 p.m.
at the H.B. Tuten Logging


Nice red!
Will Scrimpster of Macon, Ga., shows off a red
(one of four) he caught off Keaton Beach July
15 while out with Pat McGriff of One More Cast
Guide Service.

Coaches' meeting Monday
An organizational meeting for coaches in the upcoming
recreational leagues will be held Monday, July 23, at 6 p.m.
in the Taylor County Courthouse annex (old post office).
Those wanting to coach should contact Recreation
Coordinator Bryant Christman at 584-3029.


Masons sponsoring golf scramble in Chiefland


The 8th and 9th Districts'
Masonic Association is
pleased to invite all golfers
to participate in their
inaugural golf tournament
to be held at Chiefland Golf
and Country Club on Aug.
4 beginning with a shotgun
start at 8 a.m.


The format is a 4-man
superball scramble and
prizes will be awarded. The
cost is $65 per golfer or $260
per team with the proceeds
going to the support of the
Grand Master's programs
and charity.
A barbeque lunch is


included in the registration
fee.
To reserve a spot in the
event contact John Sirmon

TD Club's

scramble

is Saturday
The Taylor County
Touchdown Club's golf
scramble will be Saturday,
July 21, at Perry Golf and
Country'Club.
A brand new Ford
truck will be awarded by
Timberland Ford for a hole-
in-one on the designated
hole.
For more information,
contact Brandon Fletcher at
838-6660 or Joseph Proenza
at 843-1110.


at (850)673-3361. Checks
can be made payable
to: 8th and 9th Masonic
Association.
This is a fund-raising
event to benefit the
charities supported by
Free and Accepted Masons
of Florida (F. & A. M. of
Florida).


office at 3870 U.S. Highway
19 South.
Any individuals and/
or businesses interested
in being a "Super Dog,"
purchasing a field sign
advertisement or having
an ad in the 2012 football
program can contact
Benjye Tuten at 843-0000
or Aaron Portwood at
838-4834.


Rec league tackle

football registration

will run to Aug. 10


Registration for the 2012
recreational tackle football
and cheerleading league
is now underway and will
continue until Aug. 10.
Registration forms are
available at the Taylor
County Sports Complex or at
Perry City Hall.
The fees are $50 per player
for tackle football and $42 for
each cheerleader. Youngsters
ages 10-13 as of Dec. 31 are
eligible to participate.
Games are slated to get
underway Sept. 3 and the
season will conclude the
week of Oct. 22. All games
will be played at the Taylor
County Sports Complex.
According to Recreation
Coordinator Bryant


Christman, qualified game
officials and chain crew
members are needed. For
more information, call at
584-3029.
"The purpose of our youth
athletic leagues is to provide
an enjoyable experience
for each youth participant,
while developing character,
skills, sportsmanship and
promoting good will among
all teams and individuals.
Although sports are
competitive by nature,
Taylor County Recreation's
intentions are to place less
emphasis on winning, while
promoting the building of
lifetime physical activity and
health for each participant,"
Christman said.


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Mail your name, address and a check for
$35 (in county) or $49 (out of county) to
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A-10 Perry News-Herald July 20-21, 2012









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BIG GARAGE SALE. Saturday,
July 21, at 6041 Beach Rd. from 8
a.m. until. Fishing rods, lures,
hooks, grubs, tools, shirts,
reloading rods, commercial
printers, boating accessories,
tents, collector 45 classic records
and computers.
07/18 07/20
Yard sale. Saturday, 8 a.m. until
noon at 2460 Woods Creek Rd.
Furniture, toys and other misc.
07/20
Multi-Family Yard Sale. Saturday, 8
a.m. until No early birds please.
2465 Golf Course Rd. Clothes for
boys, Jr. girls and women,
furniture, housewares, etc.
07/20
2-Family yard sale. Saturday, 8
a.r. until noon, at 3269 Cash Rd.,
(off Puckett Rd.). Lots of $2
clothes, some "fillabag" for $1,
TV's, digital camera and lots
more.
07/20
Yard sale. Saturday, July 21, 1/2
mile down Golf Course off of Hwy.
98. Kids and adults clothes, lots
of household items.
07/20
Yard sale. Saturday, 8 a.m. at 2135
Johnson Stripling Rd. Couch,
recliner, rug, girls clothing 7-8, 10-
12, toys, men and women clothing
and lots more.
07/20
Family yard sale. Saturday, July
21, 601 S. Jefferson St. (Dr.
Owens parking lot), from 8 a.m.
until noon. Jeans, dresses, baby
items, holiday items, trailer full of
25 cent clothes.
07/20
Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. until 1
p.m. 3498 Hwy. 19 South (Taylor
Storage Center across from Taylor
Tech.) Big Clearance Sale--up to
50% off. AB Lounge-like new, fold-
up camp bike, adult tricycles, dog
carrier, microwave, convection
oven, bread maker, wine cooler,
portable charging station, dining
table and 4 chairs, wheelchair,
knives, swords, stroller, car seats,
swing, toys, DVDs, VCR tapes,
cook books, home security
system, small appliances, new
and used tools, magnetic
bracelets, lighthouse lamp, baby
clothes, executive computer
station, solar shower, stroller,
Yamaha DD-6 drum machine, play
yard, changing table and much
more.
07/20


1 1-7~

60-cup coffee pot, no longer
needed, $50 Call 843-1482.
07/20
For sale. Boat shed 18'x21' closed
sides. $1,400 obo. 102 Hemlock
Dr., 584-5537 or 556-212.
07/11 07/27
The Honey Shack. Nature's raw
honey, pints, quarts, gallons. For
all your allergies. Give Ole Percy a
call 584-2699, 1872 Old Dixie
Hwy.
07/18 07/20
Whirlpool dryer $150
Whirlpool washer $150
548-2650 or (850) 491-5877.
07/13 07/25
Cash for junk cars and trucks, free
removal. 7 days a week. Call 386-
658-1030 or 904-887-8513.
05/11-7/27


1 yr. old female Chocolate Lab.
Housebroken, loves children and
plays fetch. $300 firm, 843-1482.
07/20



PRICE REDUCED on this
2BD/2BA DWMH on 1 acre;
located near Yates Creek &
Keaton Beach boat ramps; ideal
for primary residence or get-away;
several outbuildings & fencing
,offer a variety of uses; located on
quiet cul-de-sac at 15040
Pompano Place; $66,900. Call
Beach Realty (850) 578-2039,
www.beachrealtyfla.com
07/13 07/25
S2008 Jacobsen 42x60 4/2
2008 Scotbilt 28x70 3/2
2005 Fleetwood 28x76 4/2
1996 Fleetwood 16x80 3/2
1997 Homes of Merit 28x60 4/2
Call (352) 303-8771
ALL LOT MODELS MUST GO
COME AND MAKE YOUR DEAL
(352)493-9600.
TMHC, tfn



2,900 sq. ft. office spaces. 1,000
S. Jefferson St. One office is
divided into 3 sub offices and the
other office is open space. $600
monthly. Call 850-371-1568.
07/20 08/31
2 bedroom, 1 bath, mobile home,
newly renovated. $500 deposit,
$500 monthly, lawn care included.
Call 371-1400 of 371-1568.
07/11- 07/20


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



Small ads...big deals!


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Cozy 2/BD, 1/bath block house at
1307 S. Center St. (can walk to
Wal-mart). Full kitchen, full bath,
$475 monthly (first, last, security).
Contact Robert at (850) 223-
3427.
07/06,13,20,27
Very clean 2BR/2BA mobile home
situated on nice, shady lot with
large screened porch, screened
patio, covered porch entrance.
$650 monthly, includes, stove,
refrigerator, dishwasher, washer
and hookup for dryer. Property
located at 2789 Johnson Stripling
Rd. Deposit required with
references. Please call 838-5716.
07/18- 07/27
1 acre trailer lot with well, power
pole and septic provided. $200
monthly, in nice neighborhood.
Call 584-9261.
07/11-07/20


CAMP SITES for rent $350
monthly. CAMPER for rent $100
weekly, $400 monthly. Both
include electric, cable and WIFI,
call 584-7084 or 584-9237.
07/13- 07/27
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 07/20, JP
Taking applications for 2 BD/2
Bath home located in Everetts
Mobile Home Park. Includes
water, sewer and garbage, $480
monthly, $300 deposit.
References required, apply in
person at.Perry Repo Outlet, Ms.
Betty 584-7094.
EMHP tfn
1 bedroom, furnished apartment
for rent. Utilities and cable TV
included. $165 weekly, $150
deposit, no pets, no smoking.
CAMP SITES available, $325
monthly or $81.25 weekly, (850)
363-8196.
07/11 08/03
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
Westgate Rooms available for
rent. refrigerator, microwave, TV
w/cable, AC/Heater. Everything
included. $175- $240 weekly, $40
'daily, $595-$635 per month.
RV sites $20 daily, $100 weekly,
$350 monthly. Tax included. 1627
S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-299-
6554.
LS, tfn
Woodridge Apartments
Accepting applications for 1, 2,
and 3 BR HC and Non-HC
accessible apartments. HUD
vouchers considered. Call 850-
584-5668. 709 W. Church St.,
Perry, FL 32348 TDD 711. 'This
institution is aq equal opportunity
provider, and employer."
WGA, tfn
STEINHATCHEE
PLACE RESORT.
Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments for rent $600 to $800.
Included with rent is full cable t.v.,
Internet, hot tub, one block, one
block to river and new boat
landing. Call 352-498-7740 if no
answer 813-677-9640.
SPR, tfn


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2 bedroom, 1 bath home. $400
monthly, $300 deposit, includes
water, sewer and garbage.
Located in Everetts Mobile Home
Park. References required, apply
in person at Perry Repo Outlet,
Ms. Betty 584-7094.
EMHP tfn
BEST BARGAIN EVER
You set the price. That's right. Jist
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
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
Beautiful fully furnished and newly
remodeled 1 bedroom, 1 bath
apartment. Fenced patio, family
room, kitchen with dining room.
Includes cable, electric, water and
garbage. $240 weekly, $950
"monthly and $50 deposit. Call
(305) 970-1653.
LS
tfn
TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
--Under New Management --
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
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For rent. Remodeled room at
Servilla Motel $165 weekly. Call
584-5330.
07/13 07/27

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Home for sale on the Econfina
River 10 minutes to the Gulf.
3BR/2BA, boathouse, boat
shelter, fish cleaning room.
$295,000 call (850) 584-7428 or
(850) 843-1981.
07/18- 08/10
Two lots for sale on Orange St.
Call (850) 874-2418.
07/13 08/08
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



For sale. 2003 Lincoln Signature,
very good condition. For further
information call 584-2883.
06/13 07/20 CC
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The Dfstrict School Board of
Taylor County Head Start
Program is accepting applications
for the following anticipated
vacant positions:
Head Start Teacher Aide, 7.5
hours/10 months. (Two positions -
one in Steinhatchee and one in
Perry.) Minimum qualifications
are: AS Degree in Early Childhood
Education or related field; must
have a high school diploma and
have completed the DCF
prescribed child care course; must
be able to promote
developmentally appropriate
practices and take direction from
supervisors; must have the
physical stamina to work with pre-
school children; must pass health
screening, fingerprinting and
background check required by
DCF for licensing day care
workers; recent satisfactory
experience working with pre-
school children.
Interested applicants please
contact Work Force, (850) 973-
9675 or (850) 838-2500. Head
Start employees may pick up
"Request to Transfer" forms at the
Head Start Administrative Office
or the County School Board
Office. Applications for
Instructional and Non-
Instructional positions are located
at www.taylor.kl2.fl.us,
Information for Employees; Scroll
down to Forms, then scroll down
to Instructional or Non-
Instructional Employment
Application Form. 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 July 25, 2012, at 12:00
noon.
If reasonable ADA
accommodations are needed for
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during the application period at
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Taylor County Board of County
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Concessions Workers
(Temporary season part time call
in) $7.67/hr.
Boat Ramp Attendant
(Temporary Seasonal Call in Part
Time) Keaton Beach and
Steinhatchee -$7.67/hr
Road Maintenance Technician
(full time) -$8.04/hr
Fire Fighter/Paramedic (full
time) -$11.10/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
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Florida will hold a public hearing
at a Special Meeting on
Monday, July 30, 2012. The
meeting Is at 5:30 pm at City Hall
at 224 South Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida, for the purpose of
discussing potential funding by
USDA Rural Development
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upgrade. This hearing will
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Other business which might
properly come before the
Council will also be addressed.
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to attend and be heard.
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addressed in the American
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A-12 Perry News-Herald July 20-21, 2012

SRWMD: Rainfall deficit remains in portions of Taylor County


GROUNDWATER
Continued from page 1
"But in other regions of
the district, groundwater
levels remain low and we
should all remember that
water conservation is vital
to protecting our water
resources."
District staff will continue
to monitor conditions
until longer-term effects
of the tropical storms are
evaluated and then will
make recommendations
regarding continuation of the
water shortage accordingly,
Shortelle said.
Tropical Storm Debby
brought up to 26 inches in
three days in some areas and
the average rainfall in the
district for June was 18.37
inches, the highest monthly
average on record.
In the 36 days between
May 26 and June 30, a
portion of Suwannee and
Lafayette counties received
up to 48 inches, almost a
typical year's amount of rain.
Some areas of Taylor County
received as much as 28
inches over the same period.
The majority of June's
rainfall fell in the central
areas of the district, officials
said, while the coastal and
outlying areas, including
portions of the Taylor County
coastline, received as little as
Water shortage
order remains in
effect for district
The Suwannee River Water
Management District's Phase III
Water Shortage Order, which is
in effect until Sept. 30, includes
the following restrictions:
For established lawns and
landscapes, watering is limited
to once per week.The schedule
is based upon an even/odd
address numbering system
as follows: house addresses
ending in 0 or 1 may only irrigate
on Monday; 2 or 3 may on
Tuesday; 4 or 5 on Wednesday;
6 or 7 on Thursday; and 8 or
9 may only irrigate on Friday.
Residences with no address
(community common areas,
etc.) may only irrigate on Friday.
Restrictions also apply to the
time of day watering may take
place. Hours for watering when
using sprinklers and irrigation
systems are 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Hours for watering when using
a hand-held hose with nozzle
are 4 p.m. to 10 a.m.

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officers into
thick woods,
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CHASE
Continued from page 1
to assist and upon arrival
began to track the assailant."
After approximately eight
hours of tracking Whitetto
through heavily wooded
and swamp areas, he was
captured, Stewart said.
Whitetto was charged
with felony fleeing to elude,
resisting arrest and driving
with a license suspended. He
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PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice is hereby
given that the Taylor
County Canvassing
Board will meet on
Wednesday, July 25,
201,2, at 8:30 a.m. to
conduct a Public Logic
& Accuracy Test of the
voting equipment to be
used in the August 14,
2012, Primary Election.
This meeting will take
place in the Supervisor
of Elections office


on the second floor
of the Taylor County
courthouse.
In accordance with
the Sunshine Law of
Florida, all Canvassing
Board meetings are
open to the public.
Dana Southerland
Supervisor of Elections
Taylor County


nine inches for the month.
By the end of June, levels
in all but two district monitor
wells had risen. Wells near
the Suwannee and Santa Fe
rivers rose to their highest
levels since previous floods.
Eighteen percent of monitor
wells were above normal,
34 percent were normal, 13
percent were below normal
and 34 percent remained
in the lowest 10 percent of
records.
The three-month outlook
issued by the Climate
Prediction Center calls for
above-normal precipitation
and temperatures through
September.


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