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". i '7 New -Herad


July 27-28, 2012


Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889


Canadians

escape

serious

injury in

crash
Two Canadian residents
escaped serious injury
Thursday morning when
their van crashed into a
utility pole nearly four miles
east of Cabbage Grove Road
on U.S. Highway 98.
The Florida Highway
Patrol reports that Kristjan
Paul Mullerbeck, 23, of
Toronto, fell asleep and lost
control of the 2005 Chrysler
Town & Country minivan
he was driving.
-* Please see page 16


Broken

brake light

leads to

arrest
A busted rear brake light
led to the arrest of a Perry
man on misdemeanor drug
charges early Tuesday
morning, July 24.
Perry Police Department
Ptl. Alexis Hemandez,
assisted by Ptl. Jamin
Cephus, conducted the stop
around 3:46 a.m. on'Martin
Luther King Avenue.
"Upon making contact
with the driver, I observed
three other occupants in
the vehicle...the driver and
two of the passengers have
criminal histories involving
the sale and possession of
controlled substances. The
driver gave consent for both
a search of his vehicle and
his person," Hemandez
reported.
One of the passengers,
Jonathan McKnight, 40, also
SPlease see page 16


News Forum

Scoots to hold car
wash Saturday
Cub Scout Pack 603 will
hold a car wash this Saturday,
July 28, from 8 a.m. to noon,
at Ace Hardware.
Funds raised from the car
wash will help with travel
expenses to the upcoming
"Salute to Scouting" event at
NASA in October.

Nesbitt to share
Vietnam experiences
Wallace Nesbitt will share
his experiences in Vietnam
Tuesday, Aug. 7, when
speaking to American Legion
Post 96 members.
The monthly meeting will
begin at 7 p.m. All veterans
and their families are invited
to attend.

County commission
to meet on budget
Tuesday
The Taylor County
Commission will hold a
special meeting Tuesday,
July 31, at 5:30 p.m. to set
the tentative millage
rate.
The meeting will be
held at the Administrative
Complex at 201 East Green
Street.



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Thursday crash
-A two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Highway 19 and U.S. Highway 98 Thursday afternoon
caused minor traffic delays in all directions. It appear no one involved in the crash was injured and
responding City of Perry firefighters and police officers were. quick to get the. area secured and
cleared. Shown at the scene are firefighter Danny Wright, firefighter Charles Watson, Ptl. Garrett
Campbell and Ptl. Jason Bass, along with the driver of one of the cars.
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Proposed budget restores


art, music to the classroom


With the district
anticipating additional
revenue for the 2012-13
school year, the Taylor
County School Board will
consider a tentative budget
Tuesday that includes the
return of music programs
for younger students as well


Tax free

holiday

Aug. 3-5
Florida's 2012 back-to-
school sales tax holiday
arrives next weekend, Aug.
3-5.
During the three-day
holiday, sales of clothing,
footwear and certain
accessories selling for $75
or less, along with certain
school supplies selling for
$15 or less, will be exempt
from the state and local
sales tax.
According to the Florida
Department of Revenue,
clothing includes any
article of wearing apparel,
including all footwear. A
full list of the tax-emempt
items can be found online
by visit the Department of
Revenue's website at http://
dor.myflorida.c6m.


as a drafting teacher for
the high school and middle
school.
The budget also includes
funding to continue
transporting all students to
and from school, which was
re-established during the
2011-12 school year.


At their meeting held
this week, board members
approved the tentative
millage rates and budget for
advertising purposes.
The district's proposed
millage rate is a slight
increase over the current
year, but that is due to


the required local effort
millage, which is set by the
Florida Legislature.
According to District
Finance Director Ashley
Valentine, the proposed
required local effort is 5.196
'* Please see page 3


Heavy losses
A residence at 6224 Beach Road sustained heavy damage from fire
Wednesday afternoon. While no injuries were reported, the losses to the
home and its contents were substantial. Firefighters fought the blaze
among heavy showers and sporadic lightning. Taylor County Fire Rescue
was dispatched to the scene at 2:30 p.m. and remained on site until 5 p.m.


Join White on a

Journey of Faith


Granmy winner Bryan White


Index
Perry News-Herald ng Back. A-24
LPerryi Neg.s-.erald Living. .......... A-4
nesection 123rd Year, No. 30 Religion.................. A-6
www.pen Iewspapers.coi Sports....... .......... A-7


Grammy Award-winning
country singer Bryan White
will be here Monday, July
30, as part of the Journey
of Faith Tour, which also
features Don and Linda
Butler.
The Journey of Faith Tour
is sponsored by Light Up
This City, whose mission it
is to "love God and share
His love with one another."
The concert will be
held at Evangel Christian
Fellowship at 7 p.m. with.
doors opening at 6 p.m.
"Bring your family and


Entertainment........ A-8
TV listings ............. A-9
Health & Fitness... A-10
Classifieds........... A-14


friends for this free concert
and a chance to win some
great prizes," organizers
said.
Don Butler, who is the
nephew of Brenda Butler
Wilson of Perry, and his
wife Linda started Light Up
This City in August 2010
with a concert in Charlotte,
N.C., outside Bank of
America Stadium.
"We rented out the block
outside the stadium and
,had five bands, including
contemporary Christian
".* Please see page 3


Weather
Friday 940
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uebra MCvrew

McGrew

seeks

Dist.3


city seat

Refuge House Regional
Program Director Debra
McGrew is a candidate for
the Dist. 3 seat on the Perry
City Council.
"I am a program leader
and have been a voice for
the people for 20-plus years,
working at the former Tom's
Food plant for 17 years,
first in the production area
and then as the shopping
manager. During my
departure dinner, one of my
former supervisors stated
in a written letter that they
knew I was a keeper after
my first 60 days because I
had a passion for helping
others* McGrew said:
"I have been with Refuge
.- Please see page 3


DeVane


vies for


county


seat
Jody J. DeVane has
announced his candidacy
for the Taylor County
Commission District 3 seat.
"1 would like to take this
time to introduce myself
to those of you who don't
know me," he said. "I am
Jody J. DeVane, son of
Sandra Parker Weatherly
and the late James Ikey
DeVane and grandson of
Irene Hughes Parker and the
late Felix Parker and the late
Iverson and Berta DeVane.
"I was born and raised here
in Taylor County at Keaton
Beach, where my family
has lived and worked all
their lives. My grandfather
worked for Buckeye and
my father was an electrician
and commercial fisherman.
My mother just retired for
*- Please see page 16


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B a c k A-2 Perry News-Herald July 27-28,2012


Dr. John Parker Jr.
Dec. 6, 1920- July 22, 2012


...a II the way

...all the way


A young John Henry Parker Jr.


John Parker Jr. was born Dec. 6, 1920



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John graduated from
Taylor County High
School in 1938


Vitn nis motner,
Nellie Keaslear Parker


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At times, Dr. Parker mixed business with travel.
He is shown here observing doctors in China.


John and Betty Clark Parker were married for
49 years. They had four children: Jane, John III,
David and Beth.


Three generations of John Henry Parkers: (I to r) Dr. John Parker Jr.,
Sheriff John "Uncle Bud" Parker and John Henry Parker III. Dr. Parker
assisted his father by working at Parker Motor Company and later serving
as a deputy sheriff.


-isning was a urelong
passion for Dr. Parker


Dr. Parker was one semester shy of earning
his engineering degree when Pearl Harbor was
attacked on the day after his 21st birthday. He
volunteered to enter the U.S. Naval Aviation Corps
Sept. 14, 1942, and held the rank of lieutenant
at the time of his discharge in March 1946.
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When Dr. Parker retired from practicing medicine in September
S1989, hundreds gathered to wish him well, including this group of
former staff members. Also on hand were dozens of "Parker babies,"
Snow adults, who had been in his care since birth. Dr. Parker opened
Dr. Parker's travels his practice here on the same day the Buckeye Cellulose plant opened
took him to every in July 1954. His first office was located on Orange Street, just
continent in the northeast of the courthouse square. He later moved to an office located
world--except for across from the (then) new Doctors' Memorial Hospital near the
Antarctica. intersection of Ash. Street and Center.


Dr. Parker, left, and his good friend Ned
Brafford served together on bank boards and
were partners in buying land.


I J Perry July27-28, 2012
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Perry, Florida (850) 584-5513


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Business Manager
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Managing Editor
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Advertising Director
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We are definitely at the
peak time of "dog days."
That season when it feels
like the sun will blister the
skin to a brown crisp much
like a fried pork rind every
time you walk outside.
According to The Old
Farmer's Almanac, the
, '~. z 40 days between July
3 and Aug. 1i are the
hottest season of the year.
Traditionally, it is the time
when we experience the
lowest rainfall too. Of
course, those of us in the Taylor-Lafayette-Suwannee
County area know this simply did not hold true this year.
The deluge of the recent rainfall knocked that particular
theory out of the ballpark.
Interesting bits of trivia are derived from the term,
"dog Llays." Since the "Dog Star," (Sirius) appears to be


Dog Days

closest to earth during those days, some myths believe it
causes an increased outbreak of rabies in dogs. Perhaps
the necessity of vaccinating dogs has taken care of that
one, thank God. As a child of the forties and fifties I
lived in mortal fear of being attacked by a rabid dog and
needing to get 21 shots in my belly! Whether this was
the treatment or not, it was the one my dad said was used
at the time, and I didn't want any part of it.
We all know the tags thrown at some people due to
their behavior: You dog--dog tired--dog gone! Seems
they all have a negative connotation to them. Perhaps
we associate them with the sluggish dog days when our
good spirits are dragging due to the extreme heat.
1 remember nights during the dog days when 1 lived
in Perry. We didn't have an air conditioner to keep the
house cool.
We relied on a fan. If 1 remember correctly, it was one
fan, mind you for the entire house. Of course, daddy
was creative. He stuck the fan in the living room window
"-* Please see page 3





A-3 Perry News-Herald July 27-28,2012


McGrew promises to be

a 'voice for the people'


MCGREW
Continued from page 1
House for 14 years. In
my position as program
director for Taylor, Madison
and Jefferson counties, I
continue to be a voice for
the under-served, speaking
as a liaison, an advocate, a
counselor-but most of all,
a voice for the people.
"I have been a member
of Vogue XIII for 15-plus
years where I serve as
financial secretary. I am a
past member of the Perry
Woman's Club, which I
attended for more than
nine years and served as
chairman of public affairs.
"It is my desire to
continue to speak on behalf
of citizens not only in
Dist. 3, but the city in its
entirety.


"I believe the city council
should represent the people
and provide service to
them in the most effective
way possible. As your
representative, I will be
available and reachable. I
will welcome input from
citizens and will listen
and keep an open mind,"
McGrew said.
She concluded, "My
decisions will not be to
follow the majority, but to
do things right and in order,
even if it means I stand
alone."
McGrew is a lifelong
resident of Taylor County
and is a 1978 graduate of
Taylor County High School.
She is daughter of the late
Rev. John McGrew Sr. and
Margaret McGrew, and has
two children, Thomas Gray
and Kiara Gray.


Tour here Monday

at Evangel Christian


JOURNEY OF FAITH
Continued from page 1
artists such as Johnny Diaz
and Echoing Angels, and
country acts, including
Bryan White," Don Butler
said.
The Journey of Faith tour
kicks off Sunday morning
in Hamilton, Ga., before
moving on to Colquitt,
Ga., and then to Perry on
Monday.
"This is about giving
the people of Perry a free
concert. while sharing
the gospel," Butler said,
adding that the concert will
feature "wholesome, family
music."
White, who has had
17 singles on. Billboard's
country charts and six
number one hits, will
perform a number of his


classics, while the Butlers
share testimonies and
stories.
"It really focuses in on
sharing the gospel through
music," Butler said. "We're
excited,to be able to talk
to the people of Perry and
share the greatest story we
could share."
White's hits include
"Love Is the Right Place,"
"That's Another Song,"
"I'm Not Supposed to Love
You Anymore," "From This
Moment On" (with Shania
Twain) and "You're Still
Beautiful To Me."
Evangel Christian
Fellowship is located at
1454 Courtney Road.
.For more information
about Light Up This City or
the Journey of Faith Tour,
Visit www.lightupthiscity.
com.


Mosquito 'descendants'

find their way to Mayo

LET'STALK
Continued from page 2
and closed the other windows with a crack at the bottom
of about five or six inches. This system pulled the night air
into the house, bringing the sweltering heat collected in the
house during the day down a degree or two.
The downside of this was the possibility of mosquitoes
sneaking through the cracked windows. To prevent this,
mama got out the old pump style bug sprayer filled with
the most awful-smelling bug repellent knowni to humans.
She went from room to room pumping the sprayer, sending
out a heavy mist of the junk. I suppose it killed most of the
mosquitoes, but it seemed there was always one or two who
escaped death and tormented you during the night with their
high-pitched "buzzzz" as they circled around your head. I
can still feel the frustration of turning on the light to find the
little suckers and they were not in sight--until the light went
off and you heard the familiar, "buzzzz."
Since all the recent rain and the fact we are smack in the
middle of dog days, it appears some of those mosquitoes
lived to carry on their family line. They are alive and doing
well in Lafayette County. The difference is, I have blessed
air-conditioning and can keep the windows closed at night
and stay cool.
But, as I found out last night, that doesn't guarantee a
mosquito free night.. .the little buggers sneaked in somehow
and kept me awake trying to find them. They've got to be
.descendants of the ones who tormented me on Center Street
in Perry--they sing the same song..."buzz."


Drafting classes added at middle, high school


ART, MUSIC
Continued from page 1
mills, up from the current
5.125 mills.
Otherwise, the district's
millage rates are set to
remain the same, with
the basic discretionary
operating millage rate at
0.748 mills and the basic
discretionary capital outlay
rate at 1.5 mills, along
with the additional 0.25
mill discretionary millage
approved by Taylor County
voters in 2010.
While the overall millage
rate will remain nearly
the same at 7.694 mills,
the district is anticipating
an increase in revenues
generated by the property
taxes due to a projected
increase in the tangible
property values in the
county. Based on the
projected increases, the
board had already approved
establishing music teacher
positions at Perry Primary
and Taylor County
Elementary, but Tuesday,
the board voted to establish
a drafting teacher position,
which is expected to oversee
two classes at the middle
and high schools.
According to
Superintendent Paul Dyal,
the state is now requiring
districts to provide a career
readiness class at middle
schools, which the drafting


course will satisfy.
As for the budget as
a whole, the proposed
numbers the board will
consider next week total
$37.3 million. Estimated
revenues include $12


million from local sources,
$16.7 million from state
sources and $226,000 from
federal sources. On the
expenses side, the budget
includes $12.8 million for
instruction, $1.5 million for


pupil personnel services,
$2.5 million for general
administration, $1.5 for
school administration, $1.4
million for food services
and $2.4 million for pupil
transportation services.


I Ch arfrl t 1 H a i r CI r e I


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Tuesday-Saturday


Joe B. Tedder
C.P.A.


1000-C South Jefferson St. (across from old Badcock's)


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love you bunches Mommy, DaaDaa, Sister Myila & Bubba Michael
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Joe G. leader
Polk Co. Tax Collector


A NEW GENERATION
OF LEADERSHIP
ACCOUNTANT


KYLE.
ROWELL
CANDIDATE FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR

I have worked hard and I knew at a young age that I wanted to serve Taylor County as Tax
Collector, so after graduating in 1993 from Taylor County High and following the advice of many
I set out to accomplish this goal. I attended and graduated from North Florida Junior College
(93-95) and Valdosta State University (95-98) to get the education needed to serve you. Thanks
Uncle JB and cousin Joe, like some of you, they have also known of my hard work and dedication
to this goal because of my accounting experience. Please don't let politics pick the next tax
collector, but choose hard work, dedication and real experience to serve you.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.


Kyle Rowell

Home 584.9497, Cell 371.2200, E:Mail: taylortax@fairpoint.net, Web Site: hirekyle.us
This is a paid political advertisement approved by Kyle Rowell, Democratic candidate for Taylor County Tax Collector.


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Living


A-4 Perry News-Herald July 27-28, 2012


S ^ Denmarks celebrate

60 years of marriage
Melba McNeese Denmark and Simmie Ray Denmark
will celebrate their 60th anniversary on Tuesday, July 31.
She moved to Perry at age 5, "from a small town in
Georgia called Alamo." Mr. Dennark was born and raised
here. They welcomed two sons to their family (one is now
deceased) and also boast four grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.
S' There will be no big celebration, according to Mrs.
Denmark, but a quiet remembrance of their favorite
Simmie Ray and Melba McNeese Denmark expression through the years, "I love you a bushel and a
peck, and a hug around the neck."


DuBoses welcome another son


Would it matter if

restaurants used

local produce?
If you're a farmer, a restaurant owner or a gardener
extraordinaire, Extension Agent Clay Olson draws your:
attention to the third annual Farm-To-Restaurant Workshop
and Culinary Fair planned Aug. 13 in Gainesville.
Urging restaurant owners to answer "What's local on
your menu?," the emphasis focuses on the value of locally
produced foods which become part of nutritious meals.
"The citizens of North. Central Florida spend more than
$4 billion per year eating at home and out," explains Val
Leitner of Blue Oven Kitchens. "The majority of that
money is spent on food that is not locally produced. If we:
could shift a mere 2 percent of that to locally sourced food,
approximately $80 million dollars would be generated."
Leitner added, "The total economic impact (including thel
local multiplier) could be $120 million to as high as $200M
million, and approximately 1592 jobs would be created.
Clearly, it's time to ask, 'What's local on your menu?"'
Participants will taste fresh, local ingredients prepared by
area chefs, discuss restaurant sales and food service, hoping
to develop "ranch to restaurant" partnerships.
Blue Oven Kitchens, Inc., is a not-for-profit kitchen[
incubator whose mission is to foster a whole-system,
approach to the sustainable growth of the North Central,
Florida food system.
Pre-registration is required; the cost is $30. Space is'
limited. Please contact val@blueovenkitchens.org for:
details or to register.


Destin and Jenny DuBose of Tallahassee announce the
birth of their son, Matthew Caleb, on July 16, 2012, at 1:06
p.m. in the Women's Pavilion of Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital.
Matthew weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces and was 19 inches :
long.
He was welcomed home by his big brother, Joshua, who
is 3.
Maternal grandparents of the new arrival are Marvin and '
Cissy Cloud of Tallahassee.
The baby's paternal grandparents are Carolyn DuBose of
Perry and the late John T. DuBose.
SMatthew Caleb DuBose

Give blood...today, please


The Perry Woman's
Club and the Perry Rotary
Club have joined forces to
sponsor a blood drive today,
July 27, in the parking lot
of Walmart from 8:30 a.m.
until 5 p.m.
Walk-ins will be
welcomed.
Those who donate will
receive a beach tote and
will also be entered into
a drawing for a 2013
Honda Civic to be awarded
by Flowers Honda in


Thomasville, Ga. be determined in a Dec. 8
The winner's name will ceremony.

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Monday July 30th 7:00pm
Evangel Christian Fellowship
1454 Courtney Road Perry, FL- 850-843-1993
Doors open at 6:00pm Concert begins at 7:00pm
Bring your family and friends for this FREE concert and
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NOTICE OF PROPOSED
TAX INCREASE

The District School Board of Taylor County will soon
consider a measure to increase its property tax levy.

Last year's property tax levy:
A. Initially proposed tax levy.......................$9,480017
B. Less tax reductions due to Value Adjustment
Board and other assessment changes.....$(17,150.00)
C. Actual property tax levy......................... $9.497.167

This year's proposed tax levy.................$9.887.775

A portion of the tax levy is required under
state law in order for the school board to
receive $9,821,986 in state education grants.

The required portion has increased by
3.99 percent, and represents approximately
seven tenths of the total proposed taxes.

The remainder of the taxes is proposed
solely at the discretion of the school board.

All concerned citizens are invited to a
public hearing to be held on July 31, 2012
at 6:00 pm, in the School Board Meeting
Room, located at the Alton H. Wentworth
Administrative Complex, 318 North Clark
Street, Perry, Florida 32347.

A DECISION on the proposed tax increase
and the budget will be made at this hearing.


A-5 Perry News-Herald July 27-28, 2012

NOTICE OF TAX FOR

SCHOOL CAPITAL OUTLAY

The District School Board of Taylor County will soon
consider a measure to continue to impose a 1.50 mill
property tax for the capital outlay projects listed herein.

This tax is in addition to the school board's proposed
tax of 6.194 mills for operating expenses and is
proposed solely at the discretion of the school board.

The capital outlay tax will generate approximately
$1,850,584 to be used for the following projects:

CONSTRUCTION AND REMODELING
District-wide
MAINTENANCE, RENOVATION, AND REPAIR
District-wide Maintenance
MOTOR VEHICLE PURCHASES
Purchase of up to four (4) School Buses
and one maintenance vehicle
NEW AND REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT AND
ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE
Purchase of Furniture, Equipment and School
Technology District-wide, including enterprise
technology
PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS FOR PROPERTY
AND CASUALTY INSURANCE NECESSARYTO
INSURE THE EDUCATIONALAND ANCILLARY
PLANTS OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT
All concerned citizens are invited to a public
hearing to be held on July 31, 2012 at 6:00 pm,
in the School Board Meeting Room, located at
theAlton H. Wentworth Administrative Complex,
318 North Clark Street, Perry, Florida 32347.
A DECISION on the proposed CAPITAL OUTLAY
TAXES will be made at this hearing.


BUDGET SUMMARY
* THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF TAYLOR COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT ARE 4.98%
MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.
FISCAL YEAR 2012-13


PROPOSED MILL AGE LEVIES SUBJECT TO 10-MILL CAP:
Required Local Effort 5.1960 Basic Discretionary Operating
Basic Discretionary Capital Outlay 1.5000 Discretionary Critical Needs (Operating or Capital)
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Total Milage


GENERAL SPECIAL DEBT CAPITAL PERMANENT ENTERPRISE TOTAL ALL
TIMATREVENUES: FUND REVENUE SERVICE PROJECTS FUND FUND FUNDS
Federal sources 68,500 158,297 226,797
State sources 11,930,104 4,448,416 332,272 16,7t0,792
Local sources 7,844,149 365,150 1,850,887 1,982,950 12,42,93
TOTAL SOURCES $19,842,753 $4,971,863 $ 0 $2,1 1982,950 $28,80,525
Transfers In 165,000 16,000
Fund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets 3,571,807 352,745 4,126.272 313,159 ,363,783
TOTAL REVENUES, TRANSFERS &
BALANCES $23,579,360 $5,324,608 $0 $6,309,231 $0 $2,296,109 $3750,3

EgPFNDITUR ES
Instruction 10,869,416 1,971,361 1240,777
Pupil Personnel Services 1,209,411 295,999 1,^08409
Instructional Media.Services 201,773 201,773
Instructional and Curriculum Development Services 778,351 408,381 1,186,732
Instructional Staff Training Services 89,373 302,169 391,542
Instruction Related Technology 140,006 28,795 67,772 236,572
School Board- 255,370 255,370
General Administration 286,994 338,986 1,944,152 2,57f,131
School Administration 1,557,566 6,998 1,5 4,564
Facilities Acquisition and Construction 17,369 1,040,746 1,058,115
Fiscal Services 621,923 621,923
Food Services 4,671 1,452,611 1,457,282
Central Services 540,056 33,687 573,743
Pupil Transportation Services 1,326,891 37,878 1,103,725 2,468,494
Operation of Plant 2,491,216 32,198 2,523,414
Maintenance of Plant 206,161 420,767 $26,928
Administrative Technology Services 251,422 96 251,518
Community Services 102,999 102,999
Debt Services 0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES $20,933,598 $4,926,627 $0 $2,633,010$0 $1,944,152 $30,437288
Transfers Out 165,000 165,000
Fund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets 2,480,761.72 398,081 0 3,511,221 0 351,957 6,742,020
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES
TRANSFERS, RESERVES & BALANCES $23,414,360 $5,324,608 $0 $6,309,231 $0 $2,296,109 $37,344,308


The tentative, adopted, andtor final budgets are on file in the office of the above mentioned taxing authority as a public record,


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A-6 Perry News-Herald July 27-28, 2012


idc i .. Lessons learned from a garden & a dog named Daisy


By SARAH HALL
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, and myself,
Sarah Hall at Perry Health
Facility following surgery
at Tallahassee Regional
Hospital. Also remember
the families of Dr. John
Parker--he was my doctor.

Me and Daisy,
or Daisy and Me
I still remember the


summer of 2005. I was
retired, got an offer to go
back to work doing what I
had often dreamed of doing.
So I said to myself, "Self,
now is the opportunity to
beautify your yard." I love
flowers and I was going to
plant flowers in my little
"makeshift" garden. I even
had a sign identifying it as
my flower garden.
So off I went to Lowe's,
getting soil, fertilizer, chips
to make it look professional
and several varieties of
flowers. I felt good about
my purchases because now
I had a "few nickels" to


Obituaries


Richard Potter
Richard Potter, 68, died
Wednesday, July 25, 2012,
at Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital.
He was born in
Fayetteville, W. Va, to
Cecil Potter and the former
Cassie White.
Coming from Miami, he
had lived in Perry since
1985. Mr. Potter was a
longtime truck driver, a
diesel mechanic and a tow
truck operator. He attended
Antioch Revival Center.
He was preceded in death
by his parents.
Survivors include: his
wife of 52 years, Ethel
Potter of Perry; a son,
Richard Lee (Amanda)
Potter Jr. of Atlanta, Ga.;
three daughters, Iris Lynn
Potter of Perry, Carla Lea
(Randal) Woods of Tampa,
and Crystal (Henry) Potter
Richard of Gainesville; a
sister, Alice Jo Henderson
of Perry; seven
grandchildren; and a host of
nieces, nephews, other
relatives and friends.
Funeral services will be
held Saturday, July 28, at
11 a.m. at Joe P. Burns
Funeral Home with Cricket

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Watson officiating.
Interment will follow at
Pineview Memorial
Cemetery.
Family members will
receive friends today, July
27 from 6 until 8 p.m. at
Bums Funeral Home which
is in charge of
arrangements.


spend--so it was a special
treat for me.
Flowers all planted,
watering them everyday
and admiring their beauty,
kept me humming. I
planted hibiscus here and
there in several colors. It
actually looked like a
flower garden, or anyway, it
was pretty to me.
Winter came and the cold
did what cold weather does.
So when spring, then
summer came, I expected to
see flowers blooming again
but all I could see was
Daisy-- and seven puppies,
always in my flower
garden. No wonder there's
no flowers coming up!
Daisy and her pups were
everywhere in the
neighborhood. So one day,
I came home and animal
control was taking them
(the puppies) to a new
home. Daisy was not taken,
and she found herself a new
home underneath my back
doorsteps.
Well, I'm not your
average dog lover but I'm


no hater either. Then came
another occupant in my
house. Daisy and my girl
became immediate friends.
Everywhere you saw one,
you saw the other. They
were all over the
neighborhood, downtown,
and even in the shopping
areas together. So Daisy
and I became friends. I
saved food and fed her just
like her owner did. What
can I say? Whoever is good
to your children, you'll be
good to them, right? This
year, June 12 to be exact,
Daisy got hurt and was
paralyzed. She could not
use her hind legs. Poor
Daisy, I thought. She is old
and crippled.
Now, I am older also and
retired for the second time.
I look at Daisy and
empathize with her. We
have something in
common: we're both down
but we're not out! One day,
I told Daisy, "You have
been a motivator and good
therapy for my girl. When
she stopped communicating


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with people, she took Daisy
for her friend and
companion. Many days, I
would observe her smiling
and playing with Daisy.
They went everywhere
together. Daisy would wait
for her to come outside.
When I came outside, Daisy
would look up at me and
drop her head, as if to say,
"Nope, you're not the one. I
was waiting on someone
else." My conclusion was
this: the companionship
and love Daisy and my girl
shared was well worth the
loss of my flower garden.
Now that I'm somewhat out
of circulation, so is Daisy. I
can see the parallel. The
circle of Life takes us all
along different paths but we
all come together in the
same place...in the end.


Perfect Grace
to sing here
on Saturday
Church of God of
Prophecy will present a
gospel sing on Saturday,
July 28, at 7 p.m. featuring
Perfect Grace from
Valdosta, Ga.
Food and fellowship will
follow the concert. For'
information call 584-2636
or 843-5550.

Fifth Sunday.

Union slated
The Taylor County Fifth
Sunday Union will convene'.
at New Bethel Missionary .
Baptist Church July 27-29.
Make your plans to attend.

All invited...
A 'gospel sing and.
potluck supper will mark,'
the 70th birthday of Allen'
McCormick on Aug. 4 at 6"
p.m. in the Lee Worship"'
Center in Lee. Plan to
bring your guitar and enjoy.'


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Anglers catching


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Trout fishing in July?
Dang right! Sunday it was
hot. There was no breeze
and the heat index was 107
degrees.
I had three guys from
Adel, Ga., out for their first
trip with me. Blaine Warren,
Ryan Schofill and Jason
Dent brought in 18 trout to
21 inches and three reds all
about 21 to 22 inches long.
We probably caught 20-25
short trout and quite a few
little sharks and a few catfish.
They had a blast and lost a
few pounds also, that is, in
sweat. Our trout were in 4.5-
5 feet of water. We caught
them all on live pinfish under
Cajun Thunders.
Saturday, I took Sheryl
Roberts and Logan Toole
of Gainesville, Ga., out and
we brought in 14 trout and
a blue while fishing with
live pinfish under Cajun
Thunders. Sheryl caught her
first-ever speckled trout and
said she loved it! Our fish
were in 4 4.5 feet of water.
On Tuesday I took Billy
Pillow with me scouting and
while I was catching bait he

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July 30.
The physical are by
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caught six trout including a
5 pound, 25-inch sow on a
live pinfish under a Cajun
Thunder from 4.5 feet of
water right on the dead low
tide. I swear, you can't take
him anywhere that he can't
catch a fish.
From Keaton Beach
Marina:
Chet Royals of
Jacksonville and Cameron
Foskey of Valdosta, Ga., had
2 reds, a 25 incher and a 27
incher, from 2.5 feet of water
using "topwater" on Sunday.
They also had a limit of
scallops from 5.5-6 feet of
water.
That is one of the very few
limits of scallops reported
this last week as the darker,
dingy water in 5-6 feet on
out has prevented most
from diving the deeper
depths which produced more
mollusks in early July.
Remember to be careful
out there and fly your dive
flags! It's the LAW!


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are now seeking TCHS
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supporters for the 2012
season.
If you would like to be a
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please call Aaron Portwood
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(843-0000).
The club will next meet on
Tuesday, July 31, at 6 p.m.
in the TCHS Conference
Room.


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Registration Deadline: August 7
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July 27-28, 2012


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A fill the weekend


'Dark Knight' is a satisfying



conclusion to Batman saga


Sadly, "The Dark Knight Rises" will
most likely always be linked with the tragic
events in Aurora, Colo.
The fact that 12 people died and more
than 50 were wounded just because they
went to a movie is beyond comprehension.
Although it does not come close to the
personal loss felt by those directly affected
by the shooting, it's also terribly sad that so
many people's hard work will be forever
associated with death and sorrow.
The news was still
developing when I went
myself to .see "The Dark
Knight Rises" on opening day
and I'm not sure if I'll ever
look at going to the movies
quite the same again.
But, my job is to review
movies, and I'm not going to
let one individual change that.
So while my thoughts remain
with those in Colorado,
the rest of this column will
be devoted to Christopher
Nolan's wonderful and
compelling conclusion to his
Batman trilogy, "The Dark Knight Rises."
When Nolan rebooted the Batman film
franchise with "Batman Begins" in 2005, he
added a level of realism and grittiness that
had been missing from the earlier movies,
retelling Batman's origin story from the
night Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) lost his
parents to his return to Gotham City years
later driven to make a difference in any way
he could.
"The Dark Knight" arrived three years
later, somewhat overshadowed itself by
the death of actor Heath Ledger, whose
performance as the crazed Joker earned him
a posthumous Academy Award. Although
Ledger's Joker drove the story of "The Dark
Knight," it is Aaron Eckhart's Harvey Dent
who has the most lasting impact on Gotham
City and "The Dark Knight Rises."
By the end of the second film, Harvey
has been driven over the edge at the hand
of the Joker, becoming Two Face. Batman,
who saw Harvey as the "white knight" he
could never be, takes the blame for the
fallen man's crimes with help of Police
Commissioner Jim Gordon (Gary Oldman).
"The Dark Knight Rises" picks up the
story eight years later, with Bruce Wayne
retired as the caped crusader and living
reclusively in his mansion. Organized
crime in the city has finally been defeated,
thanks mostly to a strong new law passed in
Harvey's memory.
Gordon, who is still haunted by the lies
he told those many years before, soon
discovers a new threat to Gotham has
arrived in Bane (Tom Hardy, "Inception"),
who is as physically strong and as ruthlessly


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
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to the girls performing such
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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


calculating as the Joker was insane.
Back in his mansion, Bruce is having
women troubles, between the cat burglar
Selina Kyle (Anne Hathaway, "Love and
Other Drugs") trying to rob his mansion
and the socialite Miranda Tate (Marion
Cotillard, "Inception"), who is badgering
him to discover why he scuttled a promising
energy project that cost her and Wayne
Enterprises a- small fortune to develop.
Bruce is coaxed into donning the cape
and cowl once more, but
with Bane's plans coming to
fruition around Gotham, one
man may not be enough to
stop the wave of chaos and
destruction on the horizon.
"The Dark Knight" was
about as perfect a comic book
film could ever hope to be, so
this new film had very large
shoes to fill. Although the
story here is not as tight as the
first sequel, it amps the stakes
to such a high degree that it
serves as a very satisfying
conclusion to Nolan's trilogy.
Throughout his career, Nolan has
brought out the best in his actors, and
"The Dark Knight Rises" is no exception.
Hardy is unrecognizable as Bane, and his
mechanically-affected voice manages
to be both emotionless and gloating. No
one could realistically follow Ledger's
performance, and Bane isn't the Joker,
relying more on a keen intellect and forward
planning than sheer chaos, although their
end goals appear rather similar. There is a
twist near the end that turns the entire plot
on its head and ties the series back to the its
beginning.
Meanwhile, Hathaway gets perhaps the
most dynamic character in Selina. who
welcomes the coming chaos and considers
herself adaptable enough to survive. When
the reality of the situation hits her, however,
Hathway shows Selina's internal conflict
incredibly well.
Another "Inception" alum joining the
cast is Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Officer
John Blake, whose quick instincts enamors
him to Gordon. In fact, the Gotham Police
Department has evolved quite a bit as well
since "Batman Begins," during which it
was filled with corruption.
"The Dark Knight Rises" manages to
overcome the third-film curse that felled
the "X-Men" and "Spider-Man" franchises,
both serving as a very entertaining and
compelling film in its own right as well
as a perfect cap on the seven-year saga of
Nolan's Batman story.
The film is rated PG-13 for intense
sequences of violence and action, some
sensuality and language.


Nubian princess and an
Egyptian soldier. As forbidden
love blossoms between them,
the young lovers are forced
to face death or part forever.
Remaining performances
will be held at 8 p.m. on July
27-28, with a matinee at
2 p.m. on July 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
qmt.org or call 850-875-9444.


AUG. 4
The St. Marks National
Wildlife Refuge will host a
nature photography class
from 9a.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.
SHi : e:
AUG. 4
Lindsay S. Smith, an
underwater archaeologist
with the Florida Bureau of
Archaeological Research,
will discuss the Florida
Panhandle Shipwreck Trail
at Mission San Luis in
Tallahassee as part of the
"Historical Happenings"
monthly lecture series. The
talk will run from 10:30
to 11:30 a.m. and is free
with paid admission.The
mission is located at 2100
W.Tennessee St. For more
information about the mission
and the lecture series, visit
www.missionsanluis.org.
Call us at 850-584-5513
to add your event.


The Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park in
Live Oak will host one
of the largest barbecue
festivals in the south this
weekend (July 27-28) with
Nearly 100 teams expected
to compete for $13,000 in
prizes.
This event features BBQ
competition, children's
activities, vendors, live
music Friday and Saturday
night in the music hall, a 5K
Hog Jog and car, truck and
tractor show Saturday.
Admission to the event is
free.
The public will have
the opportunity to taste
barbecue, during the festival
Saturday and vote for their
favorites in the People's
Choice Awards. BBQ fans
can pay $10 per person to
taste barbecue cooked by


all teams participating in
the People's Choice Awards
from 2-3 p.m.
Among those expected to
be at this year's competition


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Jamie Davis
is top competitor/judge
Myron Mixon of Jack's Old
South Smokers, a regular at
the Southern Pines Blues
& BBQ held in Perry each


December.
This contest is hosted by
Live Oak's own-teacher/
coach Damon Wooley of the
Wooley Bully BBQ Mafia
Team.
Nashville recording artist
Jamie Davis and his band
will rock the house Friday
night with a several popular
artists performing Saturday
night, including 12-year-old
Rion Paige, the recent North
Florida Texaco Country
Showdown winner.
For more information,
call The Spirit of the
Suwannee Music Park
at 386-364-1683, email
spirit@musicliveshere.
com or visit online at www.
musicliveshere.com.
The park is located at
3076 95th Drive, four miles
north of Live Oak off U.S.
129.


Going to the movies after



the Aurora, Colo., tragedy


The past week has been
dominated by the tragedy
in Aurora, Colo., where a
gunman stormed a midnight
premiere of "The Dark
Knight Rises," killing 12
people and injuring more
than 50 others.
Although I didn't know
any of those directly affected
by this madness, it struck
quite close to home for me,
since I go to the movies
nearly every weekend of
the year. It's not just that
I get paid to write about
movies. They are a passion
for me.
Entering a movie theater
is a communal experience.
More so than any other art
form,whetheritbe literature,
paintings, sculpture or even
television, films are created
to be enjoyed with others.
Going to the movies is a
chance for people who don't
know each other to sit side
by side, and spend part of
their day laughing, cheering
or crying together.
After the events of last
week, there was plenty of
crying, but for an altogether
more sinister--and real--
reason.
Unless the gunman tells
the authorities, we may
never know the motive
behind the attack and any
speculation at this point is
counter-productive at best.
But we know the terror
that resulted.
Terrorism is a hot button
word these days. Terrorism
with a capital "T" is
typically reserved for events
such as the Mumbai tragedy
or the recent bus bombing in
Bulgaria.
For most of us, these
attacks are reminders that
there are countries and
places in the world where
the simple act of going to
a theater or a market comes
with the very real risk of
becoming collateral damage
in someone else's crusade.
We have been very
fortunate here in the United
States that this isn't the case
and we are, most of the
time, able to enjoy our lives
without such fear.
That feeling of security
was broken by the events in
Aurora.
"The Dark Knight
Rises" was one of the most
anticipated films of this
summer, concluding director
Christopher Nolan's gritty
take on the caped crusader.
The theater there was filled


with friends and family
members, fathers 'and sons,
mothers and daughters,
brothers and sisters.
They were there to enjoy
a movie together. One man
changed that.
In April 1999, when two
students killed 13 people at
Columbine High School, I
was a senior in high school
here, just months away from
graduation.
The shooting was
an obvious topic of
conversation among the
student body, but I'm sure
most, if not all, of the worry
was relegated to our teachers
and parents. We were
teenagers, and therefore,
despite the evidence playing
nightly on the news, we still
felt the invincibility that
comes at that age.
Two years later, when
our country was attacked
on Sept. 11, 2001, I was
in Gainesville attending
college. Away from our
families; my roommates
and I watched the news as
it unfolded, feeling--along
with most Americans--a
concern for our country as a
whole and a terrible loss for
those killed on that day.
Gainesville is a long way
from New York City or
Washington, however, so
if I'm honest with myself,
I never truly feared for my
own life. I've never been
to New York and I've only
flown twice since 9/11, so
I've not been able to see for
myself the blows struck by
those who wanted to instill
terror on a country and a
people.
I learned of the Aurora
shooting the same way
most people did, reading
the news upon waking up
Friday morning. As a fan of
Christopher Nolan and his
Batman movies, I bought
my ticket for an opening day
showing in advance. Due to
the distance to Tallahassee,
it was impractical to go to a
midnight showing Thursday
night, so I settled for an
afternoon showing.
I had several people give
me an odd look when 1 said
1 was persisting with my
plans to see the film, but I
didn't let that faze me. 1
arrived an hour early and
got in line with the 50 or so
others who beat me there.
It was probably then that
I really began to wonder
about those who only 16
hours before had been doing


the same thing at a different
theater.
I may not be a teenager
anymore, and my delusions
of immortality have long
since been shattered, but
standing in line there and
later taking my seat, brought
an odd feeling. The logical
side of me kept saying that I
was safe, but there had been
little logical about the-past
24 hours.
Soon the theater filled
to capacity and when the
movie finally started, I found
myself glancing several
times to the entrances.
That was when I got mad.
The movie theater is my
sanctuary. It's my chance
to let the cares and worries
slip away, allowing me to be
transported somewhere else
and watch adventures both
fantastic and compelling.
And one man threatened
to take that away from all
of us.
And that's when my anger
became resolve.
I was through looking to
the side in fear. I was done
with worrying about what
could happen.
I was going to watch the
movie. I was going to enjoy
it.
At the end, I apparently
wasn't the only one who
did, since the audience gave
the film a round of applause.
And then we left, and
the world returned, with its
problems and dangers.
It wasn't an act of bravery
to go to the movies last
Friday. The point is, it
shouldn't be.







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A-10 Perry News-Herald July27-28, 2012


Eating on a budget? Remember the 3 Ps


By LORI C.WIGGINS
Family & Consumer Sciences
Extension Agent III
Eating on a budget can
be a struggle, but with a
little planning and smart
shopping, you can find
healthy and thrifty ways to
fill the dinner table.


PLAN
Plan meals and snacks
for the week according to an
established budget.
Find quick and easy
recipes online.
Include meals that will
"stretch" expensive food
items (stews, casseroles,
stir-fried dishes).
Make a grocery list.
Check for sales and


When today's parents
reflect on their childhood,
many likely recall seemingly
endless days spent playing
outdoors. But when today's
kids become tomorrow's
parents, chances are their
recollections won't recall
nearly as much time spent
idling the days away under
the sun.
According to the Centers
for Disease Control and
Prevention, roughly 17
percent of American
children and adolescents
between the ages of 2 to 19
are obese.
The rise in overweight
or obese children is likely
a byproduct of several
factors, not the least of
which is that many of
today's kids prefer to play
a video game on the couch
instead of going outdoors
and being physically active.
The potential ramifications
of youngsters choosing a
more sedentary lifestyle are
dangerous, as it increases
their risk for' high blood
pressure, high cholesterol,
type 2 diabetes, respiratory
ailments and joint problems,
among other things. What's
more, numerous studies
have found that obese or
overweight children are
more likely to become obese
or overweight adults, which
highlights the importance
of embracing a physically
active lifestyle as a
youngster.
Parents know it's not
always easy to get kids to be


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coupons in the local paper
or online and consider
discount stores.
Ask about a loyalty card
at your grocery store.
PURCHASE
Buy groceries when you
are not hungry and when
you are not too rushed.
Stick to the grocery list
and stay out of the aisles
that don't contain items on
your list.
Buy store brands if
cheaper.
Find and compare unit
prices listed on shelves to
get the best price.
Purchase some items
in bulk or as family packs
which usually cost less.
Choose fresh fruits and
vegetables in season; buy
canned vegetables with less
salt.
Pre-cut fruits and
vegetables, individual
cups of yogurt, and instant
rice and hot cereal are
convenient, but usually cost
more than those that require
a bit more prep time.
Good low-cost items
available all year include:
Protein: beans


more physically active. But
the following are a few tips
parents might find useful
when encouraging their kids
to embrace a more active
lifestyle.


A bicycle can
get kids outside.


help


Give toys that
encourage physical
activity. Kids love toys,
and -their toys will often
dictate how they spend their
days. Instead of buying the
latest video game console,
give kids toys that encourage
them to be active. This can
include balls, bicycles, jump
ropes, or even a backyard
swingset. Kids who
embrace these activities at
a young age are more likely
to continue doing so into
adolescence and adulthood.
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S- Vegetables: carrots,
greens, potatoes
Fruit: apples, bananas
PREPARE
Some meal items can


be prepared in advance;
pre-cook on days when you
have time.
Double or triple up on
recipes and freeze meal-
sized containers of soups


and casseroles or divide into
individual portions.
Try a few meatless
meals by substituting with
beans and peas or try "no-
cook" meals like salads.


Incorporate leftovers
into a subsequent meal.
Be creative with a fruit
or vegetable and use it in
different ways during the
week.


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A-11 Perry News-Herald July 27-28,2012


HEALTH FACT:
Blueberries have,the highest
antioxidant capacity of all
fresh frUit. Antioxidants are
responsible for neutralizing
free radicals in the body,
which can affect aging and
contraction of diseases.


Reduce fatigue by



boosting energy


No one is immune to
random bouts of fatigue.
For inany people, fatigue
is most common around
midafternoon, when the
workday starts to drag and
that hefth midda. meal has
inspired thoughts of catnaps
Though an episode .of
fatigue here or there is likely
noing to '.prr about,
adUts vlo' find themselves
roulinIel6 struggling to
muster'ay energy. whether
it's.t6 finsh a project at \%ork
orpilay with'the kids atnight',
might be surprised to learn
that boosting daily energy.
levels.is relatively simple.
The following are a few easy
ways to boost your energy
levels and make the most of
each and every day.
:; Get regular exercise.
Mmny adults know the value
offexercise but simply can't
find the time in the day to
squeeze in a little time on the
treadmill or at the gym. But
the American Council on
Exercise notes that as little
a4' 10 minutes of moderate
or vigorous, exercise at a
tiie each day can boost
ydur energy levels and
improve mood. The Centers
for Disease Control and
ivention recommend that
adults get at least 2 hours
a4d 30 minutes of moderate-
iinensity aerqbic: activity.
including at least tmo days
of muscle-strengthening
activities, each week. If
th~t's a problem, particularly
ofi weekdays, squeeze in 10
minutes here or.there when'
tlie opportunity. presents

Help by

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PHYSICALLY ACTIVE
Continued from page 10
Reduce time spent
in front of the television.
Parents who can effectively
minimize the amount of
time their child spends
in front of the television,
whether reducing their time
sent watching television or


itself. certain to struggle with their
Treat yourself to a energy levels throughout the
massage. Many people, day. Something as simple as
find their energy levels a bowl of low-calorie cereal
are adversely affected by or some oatmeal with fruit
stress. Too much stress can can help restore your body's
make"' you ph sicall\ sick eier6\ le els and lay the
and, cause both physical grOundwork for a productive
and mental fatigue There day. Skipping breakfast
are many. ays: to more entirel\ will make you feel
effectively' cope .-ith suess, sluggish in the. torningiand,
and treating. )ourself to a increases the risk that you
will overeat come lunchtime,
adverse impacting,, your
: '. " J energy\ levels for the rest of
V-. A"V the day
Focus on maintaining
steady energy levels
throughout the day.
SLacking energy over the
course of a typical day might
be a bN product of your eating
1: -i habits beyond the breakfast
Stable Numerous studies
ha'e tound that eating three
. large meals per day is not an
effecti\e way to maintain
Sstead\ energy levels over
A low-calorie bowl the course of a typical day.
of cereal in the Instead, smaller, more
morning can help frequent meals coupled with
improve energy levels healthy snacks can stabilize
throughout the day. blood sugar levels ard help
maintain sufficient energy
massage is one of them. levels, improving both
A massage can relieve mental acuity and mood.
stress and help overworked Instead of a large omelet
muscles recover, boosting platter for breakfast, choose
energy levels as a result. a small bowl of low-calorie
STreat breakfast with the cereal and follow it up three
rspect't, deserves. When. 'Uto ,four hours later with a
you wakeup in the morning.: healthy snack of fresh fruit.
even after a great night's When lunchtime arrives
sleep, your body's energy three to four hours after your
reserves are almost entirely mid-morning snack, choose
depleted. Consequently, men a small lunch with ample
and women who don't eat a protein and follow that up
healthy breakfast are almost a few hours later with a
S" .: .. healthy snack of yogurt.
t4- n a Drink more fluids. Your
S-e ttun a lack of energy might not be
C the result of an unhealthy
Breakfast or a lack ofexercise.
Some people simply don't
exam ple drink enough fluids to stay
hydrated and feel sluggish
physical activity. Instead, as a result. Symptoms of
find a physical activity dehydration mimic those
that your child finds fun of hunger, leading many to
and encourage his or her purchase unhealthy snacks
participation. This might when they might just need
be nontraditional kids" to drink more fluids. Those
sports like cycling or snacks can compound the
jogging or activities like sluggishness you feel from
dancing, hiking or even being dehydrated, zapping
bird watching. Once a child your energy levels even
e xhihit a hpalthv inteprvt further.


Pizza chefs
Taylor County 4-H recently held a four-day culinary day camp, teaching
youth about food preparation skills, canning, nutrition, food safety and
bread making. During the camp, the participants were able to take a tour
of the local Pizza Hut andimake their very own pizza. Shown above are day
campers Jayce Calhoun, Jaden Florence and Katie Ricketson. They also met
local restaurant owner, Joanna Ter Maat of Couthouse Caf6, and prepared
some home-made food items.






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playing video games, will in a physical activity that
likely be more successful you have deemed safe,
at instilling a love of encourage it.
physical activity.'as well.. Set a positive example.
.The American Academy Kids, especially younger
of Pediatrics recommends children, look up to their
parents'limit their child's parents and often try to
time in front of the television emulate what Mom and Dad
to one to twq hours per day, are doing. Parents can make
and that includes the time' the most of that adoration by
children spend playing setting a positive example
video games ::'To' further and being physically active
reduce kids' time watching themselves. Go for a nightly
TV, don't allow televisions bike ride or a walk around
in their bedrooms, as that the neighborhood with your
will only make it harder to youngsters in tow. Or put
monitor just how much time that elliptical machine in
kids are spending in front of the basement to good use.
their TVs. Whatever physical activity
Remember that you choose, you can bet
physical activity should be your children will express
fun. Not all kids are athletic, an interest in it 7as well, and
and some will likely bemoan that's a great way to make
participating in recreational them, more enthusiastic
sports leagues. But that about having a healthy and
doesn't mean parents should active lifestyle..
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HEALTH FACT:
Man's best friend may help to save your life. Researchers from
Schillerhoehe Hospital in Germany have determined that dogs
have the uncanny ability to sniff the breaths of individuals
and accurately point out smells that may be indicative of lung
cancer. Dogs that participated in a research project were able
, to find the unique smell of the disease in 7 out of 10 sufferers.
They were also able to differentiate between COPD and lung
cancer, even among people who smoked or took prescription
drugs that may have masked the cancer-specific chemical
compounds the dogs can smell. There also may be proof
that dogs can recognize other types of cancer through smell.
However, more research is needed to test that for accuracy.


Do you know your body mass index?


By LORI C.WIGGINS
Family & Consumer Sciences
Extension Agent III
In the past, you could
learn a lot about a person
from a group of letters:
Ph.D., M.D., P.A., V.F.W.
Now another set looms
ahead, and it affects
everyone from teeny tiny
models to adoptive parents
to schoolchildren: BMI or
Body Mass Index.
But few people actually
know what BMI stands for
or how to figure it out.
Body mass index (BMI)
is a measure of body fat
based on height and weight
and it provides a reliable
indicator of body fatness
for most people. BMI
does not measure body fat
directly, but research has
shown that BMI correlates
to direct measures of body
fat. Additionally, BMI is
an inexpensive and easy-to-
perform method of screening
for weight categories that
may lead to health problems.


BMI is used as a
screening tool to identify
possible weight problems
for adults. However, BMI
is not a diagnostic tool. For
example, a person may have
a high BMI. However, to'
determine if excess weight
is a health risk, a healthcare
provider would need to
perform further assessments.
These assessments might
include skinfold thickness
measurements, evaluations
of diet, physical activity,
family history and
other appropriate health
screenings.
Calculating BMI is one
of the best methods for
population assessment of
overweight and obesity.,
Because calculation requires
only height and weight, it
is inexpensive and easy to
use for clinicians and for
the general public. The use
of BMI allows people to
compare their own weight
status to that of the general
population.


The BMI formula based
on pounds and inches is as
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AgnerYard Sale. Turn left off Hwy.
19 onto Reddick Drive (Just past
Susan's T-shirts), 7/10 of mile on
right. Saturday, 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Lots to choose from. Bunk beds,
queen bed, rotisserie cooker, pool
filters, toys, children and adult
clothes, etc.
07/25 07/27
Yard sale. Friday and Saturday, 8
a.m. until, 1485 James D. Smith
Rd. 3 pc. sofa set $100, black
sectional sofa $145, dryer $85
(needs cord), ladies/men's jeans,
misc., 2 free steel patio doors,
older thoroughbred horse $300.
584-3553.
07/27
Yard sale. Saturday, 8 a.m. until,
2340 Woods Creek Rd. Look for
signs. Rain or Shine!
07/27

Yard sale. Pentecostals of Perry,
Rain or Shine! Friday, 8 a.m. until
6 p.m. and Saturday, 7 a.m. until
noon. 3379 N. US Hwy. 221, from
town church just before the Gas-
N-Grill on the left side.
07/27

Yard sale. Saturday, 8 a.m. until,
1316 N. Johnson Stripling Rd.
Aluminum tool box for small pick-
up, pine straw rake, tools, large
area rug, misc..
7/27, JD














Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. until 1
p.m. 3498 Hwy. 19 South (Taylor
Storage Center across from Taylor
Tech.) Big Clearance Sale. AB
Lounge, executive computer desk,
clothes (stuff a bag- $2), solar
shower, Yamaha DD-6 drum
machine, play yard, changing
table, portable charging station,
stroller, baby clothes, car seats,
swing, toys, fold-up camp bike,
adult tricycles, dog .carrier,
microwave, convection oven,
bread maker, wine cooler, dining
table and 4 chairs, wheelchair,
knives, swords, DVDs, VCR tapes,
cook books, home security
system, small appliances, tools,
magnetic bracelets, and much
more.
07/27

Moving/Garage sale, Saturday,
315 East Leon St. (corner of
Center St. and Leon St.) from 8
a.m. until noon.
07/27

3-family yard sale. Saturday, 2245
A.V. Brannen Rd. off of Slaughter
Rd. from 8 a.m. until noon.
Clothes, furniture and other items.
07/27



4 Buckshot Max mudder tires
32x11.50 R15 LT. Minimum tread
wear, mounted, 6 lug aluminum
rims. $350, (850) 584-5854.
07/27
We
Buy
Scrap
Metal and Junk
Cars
850-838-5865
RC, tfn


Classifieds work...
Call 584-5513.

For sale. Boat shed 18'x21' closed
sides. $1,400 obo. 102 Hemlock
Dr., 584-5537 or (850) 556-2192.
07/11 07/27

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. Pair of Cockatiels laying
eggs now, large metal cage, $35.
Call 584-2675
07/27


Cute kitties need a place to grow
and be loved. Born May 25, they
are litter box trained. Two yellow
kitties are males, 3 tortoise/calico
kitties are females. Free to a good
home. Help with vet fees for
spaying/neutering is avialable.
Contact 584-2052 for information.
07/25 08/03



2008 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



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

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
2 bedroom remodeled house on 2
acres in the city. All appliances
included with air conditioning, no
dogs. $425 monthly, first, last and
$150 security deposit. Call 584-
8618.
BW, 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
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

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

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 07/27, JP

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

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


PETSFORI R- -FORRE


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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3 bedroom, 1 bath house on
Johnson Stripling Road. $600 per
month, reference required. Call
584-6113 between 8:30 and 5.
07/25 ~/03
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

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
3 bedroom, 1 bath house.
Workshop, fenced yard, adults
only. $600 monthly, call after 4
p.m. or leave message (850) 443-
9642.
07/27 08/01

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

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


CAMP SITES for
monthly. CAMPER for
weekly, $400 mon
include electric, cable
call 584-7084 or 584-9
07/13 07/27

Beautiful fully furnished
remodeled 1 bedroo
apartment. Fenced p
room, kitchen with di
Includes cable, electric
garbage. $240 wee
monthly and $50 de
(305) 970-1653.
LS, tfn
For rent. Remodeled
Servilla Motel $165 v
584-5330.
07/13 07/27


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!


rent $350 Taylor County Board of County.
r rent $100 Commissioners
thly. Both Concessions Workers
and WIFI, (Temporary season part time call
237. in) $7.67/hr.
Boat Ramp Attendant
(Temporary Seasonal Call in Part
d and newly Time) Keaton Beach and
m, 1 bath Steinhatchee -$7.67/hr
atio, family Road Maintenance Technician
ning room. (full time) -$8.04/hr
, water and Fire Fighter/Paramedic (full
ekly, $950 time) -$11.10/hr
posit. Call Applications and job description
can be obtained from
www.taylorcountygov.com
MOBILE CAREER LAB at Perry
d room at Square (Save-A-Lot and Goodwill
weekly. Call 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


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

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

Two lots for sale on Orange St.
Call (850) 874-2418.
07/13 08/08



1996 Toyota Camry LE, nice and
very dependable $3,000. Call 843-
0140.
07/25 07/27

For sale. 2003 Lincoln Signature,
very good condition. For further
information call 584-2883.
06/13 07/27 CC, tfn
NICE CAR
Forgotten Coast, LLC
For all inventory
Log on to: www.
Nicecarof
forgotten
coastllc.com
05/23 08/08



Medical Insurance Customer
Service Representative. State
Insurance License (4-40 or 2-15)
will be required upon hire.
Interpersonal skills, computer
literacy, organizational skills, and
experience with customer service
are minimum requirements.
Please inquire and apply at
www.employflorida.com, Job. ID#
9688172. You may also email
resumes to
derren@albrittonins.com or fax
resumes to 863-773-3615.


Looking for a retired
or semi-retired, experienced

WEB PRESSMAN
for a few days/week
Perry Newspapers, Inc.


Good pay Apply in person at
y 123 S. Jefferson St.



OPEN HOUSE

This Sunday, July 29t 2 -4 P.M.
102 Ridge Road


A Warm Comfortable Home... Elegant and charming; just
listed 3 BR, 2 Bath Brick home in desirable neighborhood with
shaded lawn and easily maintained gardens, In magnificent
condition. A delight inside and out, don't miss seeing this
lovely home.'.see you Sunday. Priced at $169,500

Professional Realty of Perry
850-584-5844
Inda G. Roberts
Licensed Real Estate Broker

522 S. Jefferson St Perry, Florida 32347
Member of Forida AssciatiCon of Realtors
Serving Tayo County since 1986
www.prorealtyofperry.com


employer.
TCBCC, tfn
Mill Wright/Farm Mechanic.
Located 8 miles from Day in Lee,
FL. Applicants should. have a
steady employment history and be
mechanically experienced.
Email resumes to
kwatts@fullcircledairy.com
07/11-07/27
CC, tfn


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, ffn
Sesock Tree Service
Free (and best) Estimates
Dependable & Reliable
Licensed & Insured
Trees Trimmed
Trees Removed
Stumps Ground
52'bucket Truck
Bobcat/Grabbler
(850) 584-2027
(850) 591-8301 cell.
07/27 -08/22

TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE
*Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming
*Tree Removal
*Debris Removal
*Bucket truck use
*Bush Hogging
*Pressure Washing
*Free Estimates* and
*Great Rates*
Call today!
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
Mark A. Moneyhan
Licensed and Insured
Certified Quality Specialist.
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J.D."s Tree Service and Lawn
Care. Licensed and insured. Free
estimates. We also grind stumps.
Call today 838-1280. Firewood for
sale.JD(fri.), tfn
FLOORING
Carpet, Vinyl and Repairs. Will
b Mt all prices. Call 850-838-9050.
If!no answer please a leave
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LLC Pressure washing, painting,
concrete, wood decks, Ceramic
tile, laminate wood available,
Mobile Home Repairs, RV Leak
Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-2270.
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Subscribe today by
calling 584-5513.


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



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Woman Owned &


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Buckeye Florida, LP is a leading producer of specialty cellulose and absorbent products

located in Perry, Florida. Buckeye Technologies Inc. (NYSE symbol, BKI) is our parent

company with manufacturing facilities located in the United States, Canada and Germany.


We are seeking reliable and motivated individuals who are comfortable working as part of a production team in a high
performance work system. All openings are for entry-level production technicians at our manufacturing facility located in
Perry, Florida. The Perry facility is a large paper manufacturing complex with a continuous around-the-clock operation
(24 hours per day, 7 days per week) which includes Saturday and Sunday. All openings are on teams which work rotating shifts.
Positions become available throughout the year.


WE ARE LOOKING FOR CANDIDATES

THAT POSSESS:
High School diploma or GED
2+ years of general work or military experience
Vo-Tech, college, military technical training or
manufacturing experience is a plus
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Beginning on Wednesday, August 1, 2012, please register online at
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located at 705 East Base St. Madison, Rorida 32340. The Center is open Monday
through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. and their toll free phone
number is 866-367-4758. You may also submit your resume to the Workforce
Mobile Unit which is located in Peny, orida each Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday between 9 a.m. and 4:00 pm. in the Save-A-Lot parking lot located
near the intersection of Byron Butler Pkwy and Jefferson Street Resumes may
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850-973-9757.

Registration must be completed and resumes received by Friday, August 10,
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Buckeye's evaluation of employment applicants includes validated written tests,
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28. Tailless primate
29, Rt. angle building wing

1. The work of building
2. Misplaces
3. Atomic #13
4. Radioactivity unit
5. Smallest whole number
6. Subspecies (pl.)
7. Redirect
8. Wildebeest
9. Moved headlong at high
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10. Impart knowledge
11. Early people of Britain
12. Moorings
15. Goat and camel hair fabric
16. Part of a three-piece suit
18. Store for lawn & plants
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35. Frosts
37. Newman's "Winning"
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41. Tenant or lessee
42. A citizen of Iran
43. Inner sole of a shoe
44. Tabloid papers
45. Sandhurst abbreviation
48. Egyptian Sun god
49. Give out radiation
50. Gives or contributes
52. Where wine. ferments
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24. Acts with violent anger
26. Frees from dirt
30. Tauon
34. Affaire d'honneur
36. Traveling tinker (Scot.)
38. 'They _
39. Potters white clay
40. Father of the Am. cartoon,
Thomas
41. Lariat or lasso
42. Metric fool of two syllables
44. Confederate soldier
46. Mole's unit symbol
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Horoscope
ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20
Sometimes as challenging as life can be,
you take chances and push yourself further,
Aries. This could prove a week to do some
risk-taking and exploring new ideas.

TAURUS Apr 21/May 21
It could take a lot'to raise your ire this
week, Taurus. However, if your mood is
already set to simmer, you may have a
full-blown boiling over at the slightest
taunt.

GEMINI May 22/Jun 21
It is easy to bury something and ignore
it, Gemini, but it's not always easy to
face a problem head-on. Make an effort
to figure out issues that keep recurring in
your life.

CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22
Take a few moments to focus on your
future, Cancer, rather than just what
needs to be done in the present. Open
your mind to real long-term goals.

LEO -Jul 23/Aug 23
Arguments can quickly turn stressful,
Leo. So try your best to avoid any
confrontations this week and your body
will thank you. Unresolved issues could
pop up.
VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22
You are overly focused on the minute
details of the things you do, Virgo. But
somehow the bigger picture has escaped
your perusal lately. Remedy that this
week.

LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23
Your curiosity could get the best of you
this week, Libra. You may end up delving
into things that are better left unturned.
Take a step back and find a new focus.


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July
SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22
Don't set yourself up for frustration,
Scorpio. Avoid any people who cause you
conflict and any activities that bring you
grief. Enjoy yourself instead.

SAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21
Sagittarius, although you didn't think
things could get much busier, this week
you will find more on your plate. Don't
be overly concerned. There will be time to
get things done.

CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20
More enjoyable things are on the
horizon, Capricorn, and you could find
yourself distracted by so many enjoyable
activities. Try to schedule one per
week.

AQUARIUS -Jan 21/Feb 18
No one can solve yourconflicts betterthan
you, Aquarius. Although your options
seem to be a little stifled as of late, you'll
find the way to impart changes.

PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20
The planets are giving you the cosmic go-
ahead to get things done, Pisces. So don't
delay your actions any longer.




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DeVane: 'I will listen to the people in my district


DEVANE for Watkins/FruCon for
Continued from page 1 approximately eight years
as a general foreman/
the school system 'after 35 supervisor and still work for
years. them when they need me.
"I attended Taylor County ."In 1993, I started my
schools and the Taylor own logging company,"
County Technical Institute, he continued. ,"Since that
where I learned to weld time, I have opened my
and mechanics. I worked own welding shop. Being

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gave officers permission to
search his person, at which
time they discovered a
large plastic bag filled with
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bags containing cannabis in
his right lower cargo pocket.
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with possession of less'
than 20 grams of cannabis
and transported to the
Taylor County Jail without
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CRASH
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The vehicle crossed the
westbound lane of U.S.
98, rotated clockwise and
collided with a utility
pole. The van came to a
final stop facing east on
the north shoulder of the
highway.


Neither Mullerbeck
or his passenger, Andres
Jaan Mullerbeck, 23, were
injured.
Units from the Taylor
County Sheriff's Office,
Taylor County Fire Rescue
and Tri-County Electric
assisted at the scene.
The driver was cited for
careless driving.


in the logging business also
led me to my now current
tree trimming and removal
business. My company now
is DeVane's Equipment
and Recycling, LLC. We
build log trailers and repair
equipment. I have worked
with the logging community
for many years and dealt
with the public a lot.
"I think that I can
represent you in my bid
for county commissioner
of District 3, with common
sense, honesty and integrity.
I am a hard working
businessman and believe
that we all should have to
work for what we need,"
DeVane said.
"I would like to ask for
your support in my bid
for county commissioner
of District 3. Like a lot of
you, I am a parent of four
children and I am deeply
concerned that the youth
of Taylor County don't
have any job opportunities
here in the county and have
to move away from their
families. I know, because
two of my children moved
away to find work. We need
to bring more jobs into the


county and teach them more
skills for the jobs that we do
have here--forestry, logging,
welding, mechanic, etc.
"I also believe that we
should utilize our own
resources to accomplish
some of the jobs that are
being outsourced elsewhere,
using the equipment,
manpower and other sources
of labor that are already
being paid or receiving
assistance from the county,
state or government.
Everyone should be doing
their fair share and working
hard and honestly, just as I
do everyday.
"Our beaches are one of
our biggest resources. We
need to get them cleaned
up so that they are family
friendly. Let's make a
better place for our tourists,
children and grandchildren.
"If you give me the
chance to be your county
commissioner for District 3,


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and fair in my endeavor
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recovery center at Steinhatchee School will remain open today
(Friday) and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. to help those whose
homes or businesses were affected by Tropical Storm Debby.
Officials ask those, seeking assistance to, if possible, register with
FEMA before visiting the center by calling 800-621-FEMA (3362)
or visiting www.DisasterAssistance.gov. Additionally, the U. S.
Small Business Administration is encouraging business owners,
such as charter captains who feel they suffered "economic injury"
due to the storm, to call 850-659-2955.


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Over the last few months I have had the opportunity to speak with many of you, and
you have voiced your concerns regarding the many problems the residents of our
communities are facing. It is very clear it is time for a change.
In a very short time you will go to the polls and elect the person you choose to
lead your Sheriff's Department. This election is about one thing only; the residents
of Taylor County and the quality of service you deserve.
AS YOUR SHERIFF:
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* I will provide continuing education and training for our officers and staff.
* I will research and secure federal grant funding allowing budget funding to be used in other areas.
* I will work directly within our communities and our schools to educate and inform our children of the dangers of
illegal drugs and gang affiliation and help to promote community safety.

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PRIMARY ELECTII


August 14, 2012
SAMPLE BALLOTS
Voters in Taylor County should start receiving their sample ballots in the mail today for the Primary
Election. All sample ballots will be voter and party specific. Look for an official election mailing from your
Supervisor of Elections office. When reviewing your sample ballot, keep in mind that Florida is a dosed
primary state, therefore voters may only vote for candidates in their party of registration during a Primary
Election. The only exceptions are for Universal Primary Contest and Nonpartisan Offices. Visit your
elections office website at wwwtalorelections.com for additional information on the August 14, 2012
Primary Election,
Study your sample ballot Research the candidates
Be an educated and informed voter Take your sample ballot to the polls with you
ABSENTEE REQUESTS
The last date to register an absentee ballot to be mailed for the Primary Election is Wednesday,
August 8, 2012. Any registered voter may vote an absentee ballot. Requests 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 ballots ace now being processed daily. If you have requested an absentee ballot, be sire
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 be12:00 noon until 6 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.
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