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Special Kick-off Edition inside


i Perry News-Herald
Aug. 31- Sept. 1, 2012


Sll. ing the Tni- Capita of the Soulh Since 1889


,ews Forum

Farm Bureau
hosts annual
meeting Tuesday
Taylor County Farm Bureau
will hold its 2012 annual
meeting Tuesday, Sept. 4, at
the Catholic Parish Hall on
South Byron Butler Parkway.
The meeting will begin at
6:30 p.m. with the traditional
Farm Bureau BBQ dinner.
An awards/recognition
program will be followed by a'
short business meeting.
Helen Houck, Taylor County
Farm Bureau president,
said that Farm Bureau is a
not-for-profit organization of
some 1,100 local member
families that is an advocate
for: the American family farm
and its heritage; the right to
freely practice one's religious
beliefs; support of our nation's:
Constitution and laws; a just
and fair system of taxation;
an abundant and healthy
domestic food supply; limited
governmental intrusion and
regulation; private property
rights; preservation of the
rural lifestyle; environmental
practices based on sound
science; a competitive free
market system; a level playing
field fordworld trade; freedom
of opportunity; respect for our
fellow man; -and programs
that help develop our nation's.
young people.
Member families are
encouraged -to .. attend.
Prospective members are
also welcome to attend, and
"to join our local farm bureau
to help promote agriculture
and our traditional values'.

AMVETS host Poker
Run Sept. 8
AMVETS Post 20 will host
a Poker Run on Saturday,
Sept. 8.
Registration will begin at 9
a.m. at AMVETS' new home
located inside the Dansby
Building on the Courthouse
Square. Kick stands up at 11
a.m.
The cost to participate is
$10 per rider.

Library closed
Saturday and
Monday
The Taylor County Public
Library will be closed
Saturday, Sept. 1, and
Monday, Sept. 3, for the Labor
Day holiday. It will re-open
Tuesday morning.

City announces
holiday schedule
The City of Perry has
announced the following
garbage collection schedule
for Labor Day week:
Monday customers will
receive service Tuesday,
Sept. 4.
Tuesday customers will
receive service Wednesday,
Sept. 5.
Thursday and Friday,
Sept. 6 and 7, will be regularly
scheduled service.
City offices will be
closed Monday, Sept. 3, in
observance of Labor Day.
They will .re-open during
regular business hours
Tuesday, Sept. 4.




6 11111 e 1 E1 4 I


al weed', 'legal cocaine'


new players in war on


The use of so-called
"legal weed" and "legal
coke" continues to escalate
in the county, presenting
new challenges to law
enforcement on almost a
daily basis.
.Over the past several
months, the Ta\lor CountNI
Sheriftfs Office (TCSO
has fielded numerous
complaints regarding the
alleged sale of synthetic
narcotics at the Wagon
W\Teel Food Mart located
on U.S. Highway 27 East.
"The complaint- were
related to substance abuse,
addiction, minors in
possession. etc. Several
people from Ta)lor County
have been committed to
abuse centers and/or subject
to Marchman Act' for
substance abuse." TCSO
Capt. Ron Rice said.
"We began an
investigation into the sale
of synthetic narcotics at
the Wagon Wheel. During
this investigation, numerous
confidential sources
were utilized to obtain
information about the sale
of the drugs at the store
and the effect of [he drugs


when used. These sources
also assisted in controlled
purchases of the drugs from
the store. During these
purchases both synthetic
marijuana and cocaine (also
referred to as bath salts)
were obtained."
On Wednesday;, Aug.


29, Wagon Wheel owner/
operator, Hui fang Liu (also
known as Iris) was arrested
at the store. :She was
charged with three counts
of sale of substance in lieu
of narcotics and distribution
of imitation controlled
substance.


Judge Stephen "Buddy"
Murphy set bail at $50,000
per count (three counts)
during first appearance
hearings Thursday morning
at the Taylor County
Courthouse.
During the proceedings,
Assistant State Attorney


S


Elise Blair. stated that
investigators had received
reports from the Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLE)
indicating the substances
seized from the store
,* Please see page 3


(Far left) Wagon Wheel Food Mart owner/operator Hui fang Liu faces Judge Stephen "Buddy"
Murphy during first appearance hearings at the Taylor County Courthouse Thursday morning. She
was arrested Wednesday following an investigation into the alleged sale and distribution of synthetic
cannabis and cocaine at her store.


Vision 2060 credited for ALS move here


With the announcement
that AMTEC Less-Lethal
Systems, Inc., (ALS) is
relocating its headquarters
and manufacturing
operations to Taylor County,
a move expected to create
100 jobs over five years, the
Taylor County Development
Authority (TCDA) joined
with the Taylor County
Commission this week to
celebrate the news.
The TDCA board
of directors met with
commissioners Tuesday
evening, welcoming ALS


Vice President Matt Eckel,
who in turned thanked both
boards and the community
for helping lay the
groundwork--including the
development of the Vision
2060 Plan--which led to the
company choosing to move
to Taylor County.
AMTEC ALS has
purchased a .building site
along U.S. 19, north of
Perry, for its facility, which
will include a training center
for use by law enforcement
and corrections personnel.
"We're also pleased to


be partnering with our
local sheriff's office and
Perry Police Department
to provide them access
to our training facility in
supporting what we have
referred to as 'the home
team,'" Eckel said.
AMTEC ALS
manufactures and
distributes less-lethal
products and services to
domestic and international
customers, as well as being
a leading supplier of tactical
and operational equipment
to. law enforcement,


Deming sworn in, Gunter named mayor
Mike Deming, left, was sworn in as the newest member of the Perry City
Council Tuesday night, Aug. 28. Judge James Roy Bean presided over the
brief ceremony. Daryll Gunter, center, was elected mayor and Alphonso
Dowdell, right, vice mayor, during the re-organizational meeting which
followed.


Perry News-Herald Looking Back......... A-2
Living ..................... A-4
One section 123rd Year, NO. 3 Religion.................. A-6
www.perrynewspapers.conm Sports.................... A-7


Entertainment........ A-8
TV guide ................ A-9
Classifieds ........... A-10


corrections and military
users.
"For the past 13 years,
[ALS President] Rick
Gardner and I worked at
Martin Electronics and we
witnessed expansion not
just there but the expansion
of a lot of businesses in our
community," Eckel said.
"They were made possible
through the support of both
the hardworking emplo ees
there and the comnunui\'s
support for growth .and
expansion.
"Taylor County was


not chosen just because
Rick and I live here," he
continued. "We learned
about the comprehensive
planning that this county
has done to develop a vision
for its future. It made it
apparent to me that this
county was ready for a new
business coming here.
S"The state is also doing
all the right things to
entice businesses to locate
here," Eckel said. "Having
a county administrator
'* Please see page 3


Chemri ng

Ordnance


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U.S. Army exercises

$40.4 million option

Chemring Ordnance, Inc., ("COR") a Chemring Group
company, announced Thursday that it has been awarded
by the U.S. Army an option on an existing contract with a
value of $40.4 million.
The APOBS is a self-contained, one-shot, expendable
linear demolition charge which can be transported and
deployed by a two-person team, and is capable of safely
clearing a footpath through anti-personnel mines and multi-
strand wire obstacles.
"This APOBS option award includes the manufacturing
of rocket motor propellant grains in the United States of
America," said Keith Funkhouser, president of Chemring
Ordnance.
"This is an exciting new business segment for Chemring
Ordnance that we believe has great potential in the future.
We are delighted in the U.S. Army's continued confidence
in Chemring to provide protection for their soldiers and
marines."
Chemring is a market leading manufacturing business
supplying high technology electronics and energetic
products to over 80 countries around the world.


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Looking


Back


A-2 Perry News-Herald
August 31 September 1, 2012


Remember when...


Construction on the Perry Army Air Base began in August 1942.



3,000 pilots trained at



Perry Army Air Base


Editor's Note: The following
is a brief history of Taylor
County's, Perry-Foley Airport,
which originated as an Army
Air Base training field. The
article, penned by Mel Shettle,
and photos are provided
courtesy of the Taylor County
Historical Society.
Perry, the, seat of
Taylor County, is located
approximately 60 road
miles ESE of Tallahassee.
The town was named
for Edward Perry, a
Confederate general, who
went on to become the
14th governor of Florida.
In 1940, the town had a
population of 2,700.
On May 2 1942, an Army
Site Selection Board chose
a 1,200-acre parcel, three
miles south of town, for an
Operational Training Unit
Dive Bomber Station.
The property was
valued at $20 per acre. A
cantonment area plans


included accommodations
for two dive bomber
squadrons of 181 officers
and 700 men, an air base
squadron of seven officers
and 100 men, and a guard
squadron of four officers
and 100 men.
The airfield would consist
of three 5,000-foot runways,
16 hardstands and a 29,000
square yard apron.
Total cost of the base
was estimated to be
approximately $2 million.
Construction got
underway on Aug. 25, 1942
and reached completion on
Jan. 1, 1943,
By the time construction
had gotten underway,
the threat of' an invasion
had evaporated and the
hardstands or dispersal pads
had been eliminated.
On June 9, the 441st
Fighter Squadron of the
338th Fighter Group
transferred from Dale


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A 1,200-acre parcel in Taylor County was
selected for the training field. Construction costs
were estimated to be around $2 million.


Rosalio Charles Flores at Perry's Army Air Base


Mabry in Tallahassee to
Perry, although the base had
not been completed.
For the first few nights,
there was no electricity in
the barracks. The situation
was eased somewhat
when, on the third day
of activation, the Perry
Woman's Club gave a civic
welcoming party for the
441st.
For the first few weeks,
there were also no films
for the base theater. When
the 312th Fighter Squadron
arrived from Tallahassee
six weeks later, the base's
initial teething problems
had been worked out and
replacement pilot training
moved ahead at full speed.
The first pilot class at Perry
consisted solely of enlisted
pilots'.
All of the bases that
conducted replacement
pilot training were assigned
a letter that identified the
aircraft's base. Perry was
given the letter "N."
To further identify
the particular squadron,
aircraft assigned to the
312th squadron had white-
painted cowling. This


,helped identify aircraft that
had crash or violated flying
rules.
Although, Perry had one
of the best accident rates
among the bases of the
Third Fighter Command
throughout the war, P-47
operations at Perry got off
to a rocky start the first few
months.
On June 26, a P-47 of the
441st flew into the ground
killing the pilot.
On July 11, two P-47s
had a midair collision. One
pilot managed to bail out
while the other pilot was
killed.
The very next day, a
Lockheed A-29 Hudson
tow plane of the 312th lost
an engine on takeoff and
crashed, also killing the
pilot.
On Aug. 17 and again on
Aug. 20, two pilots of the
441st crashed for unknown
reasons and were killed.
Just three days later,
on Aug. 23, two P-47s
of the 312th. had another
midair collision. One pilot
managed to fly his damaged
"** Please see page 3


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MILLAGE RATE
INCREASE ADOPTED
The county commission
tentatively adopted a budget
that would require a millage
increase of 9.5 percent for
taxpayers; the rate was 6.21
the year before.

KKK ASKED TO
'RECONSIDER' RALLY
AT FESTIVAL
General Chairman Opal
Sayers asked the Knights
of the Ku Klux Klan to
"reconsider" plans to hold
a Klan rally in Perry during
the upcoming Florida
Forest Festival. In a letter
to local Klan officials,
Sayers pointed out that the
Klan had announced plans
for the meeting without
contacting the festival
committee and that the
committee had "always felt
that it is not appropriate for
'special interest' groups to
hold activities during this
statewide event."

HERE COME
THE BRIDES
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Wythers Perrine of


Wauchula announced
the engagement of their
daughter, Tamara Denise,
to Dennis Wayne Albritton,
son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Lee Albritton Sr., also of
Wauchula:
Miss Perrine was the
granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Powell Puckett
and the late P.A. Perrine of
Perry and Mrs. E.C. Jeter of
Kansas City, Mo.
A Nov. 20 wedding was
planned.
Robin Deal and Jerre
Starling were to be married
Aug. 19 in Maclay Gardens
in Tallahassee. Miss Deal
was the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Deal of
Perry, and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles G. Starling
were the parents of Mr.
Starling.
Mrs. and Mrs. Wendell
Raulerson of Clermont,
former residents of Perry,
announced the engagement
of their daughter, Renee, to
Donald J. Knight, son of
the Rev. and Mrs. Donald
J. Knight Sr., of Minneola.
The wedding was planned
for Nov. 5.
-* Please see page 3


P.O. B(l\ 888
Perri. Florida


By ANTHONY L. WHITE
anthonylamarwhite @yahoo.com
We never professed to be the best senior class
ever, but Taylor County High School's Class of
1982 can certainly lay claim to being among the
best.
When it came to smarts and talent, it was hard
to top the Class of 1982. We had more than our
share of bookworms, which made us a tad bit
smarter than most classes. And, although we
didn't win any state championships that year, we
had an abundance of talented male and female
athletes.
On the likability scale, no other class could
hold a candle to us. We were all so lovable that
nearly every one of us was some teacher's pet.
And, even though we didn't know what swag
was at the time, we had swag to spare.
But what distinguished us most from previous
classes and the ones that followed us was our
unofficial creed: What happens, in 1982 stays in
1982.
Thirty years later, as the Class of 1982 prepares
to celebrate with a local reunion and a reunion
cruise, we're still a little tight-lipped about those
days of splendor in the grass.
However, it seems that the closer we get to our
October reunion and November cruise some of
us can't seem to keep our mouth shut.
Since we began our reunion planning
meetings, Shelly, Geri, Jackie, Sandy, Barbara
and Tracy have been remembering things we
vowed to deliberately forget. Some of these
unearthed memories occurred during school.
Some happened after school. But, the majority of
the memories that were supposed to stay in '82
happened on our senior cruise to the Bahamas.
"Ant, are you taking another karate suit?"
Jackie jokingly asked during one meeting.
You see, Tom Collins, a rigged casino and a
karate suit are all part of my memories that my
classmates wont let stay aboard the ship.
I first met Tom Collins a few hours after our
ship set sail. "Let's go get a Tom Collins," one
of the classmates told me after we boarded the
ship.
"Who is"Tom Collins?" I asked.
After my classmate explained that Tom Collins
was a drink made of gin, lemon juice, sugar and
carbonated water, it didn't take long for me and
Tom to develop a love-hate relationship that still
exists today.
The first night of the cruise, I put on my new
Chinese-tailored suit and decided to explore
the ship with Tom. Our first stop was a casino
that I had stumbled on before the ship pulled
out of the dock. Four hours later, I walked out
of the casino without half of the money I had
brought on the cruise. Normally, I would have
been upset. But, because I had come to the
casino with Tom, I laughed it off and headed to
the lounge to meet a few classmates.
When I walked in the lounge, the first thing
I noticed was Jackie lying on the floor beside
three empty cocktail glasses. "Jackie, what .are
you doing on the floor?" I asked, pretending not
to see the glasses.
"Tom did it," she laughed. Then, she looked
up at me and asked, "Why are you wearing a
karate suit?"
"It's not a karate suit;' I explained as I sat on
the floor beside her. "I saw a guy wearing a suit
like this on Soul Train."
"You didn't see that on Soul Train," she
said, laughing out loud. "You must have been
watching Kung Fu'.
The next morning, I woke up on the floor of
my cabin wearing a Chinese-tailored suit that a
truckload of Tide could not revive.
Even though my hangover prevented me
from remembering anything about the previous
night, after I cleaned up, I vowed to forget
everything.
When we arrived back in Perry, my mother
was anxious to hear about the cruise.
"How was it?" she asked. "Did you have fun?
Did you meet any new people?"
"Yes," I answered. "I met Tom Collins."
"Well, I hope he was a nice person and didn't
get you in any trouble;' she said, then went into
my room and began unpacking my luggage.
A few minutes later, she walked back into the
living room and asked, "Where's your karate
suit?"
I told the truth. "I must have left it in the
Bahamas."
"Well, you'll never see that outfit again."
Let's hope my mother is right and what I wore
in '82 stays in '82. I would hate to run into that
old karate suit when the Class of 1982 returns to
the Bahamas in November.


glance at thepast







A-3 Perry News-Herald August 31 September 1,2012


For assistance during selection process



County staff, key partners recognized


VISION 2060
Continued from page 1
and staff to help us make
the right contacts within
government and navigate
the development process
was important to our site
selection schedule aswell."
Eckel also called out
several county employees
for their assistance during
the process.
"Everyone's going to
Work hard on this, but a lot
of hard work has already
been done," he said.
"I can remember the
first day--Jan. 9--that
myself and a few others
presented this idea to
[County Administrator]
Jack Brown," Eckel said.
"He answered the call. I
wanted to confirm that our
project was consistent with
the county comprehensive
plan. Jack didn't give me a
phone number or refer me
to somebody else. He made
a phone call and 2 p.m.
that afternoon, we were at
the capitol in Tallahassee
talking with the Department
of Economic Opportunity.
By the next morning,
Jack had a letter from the
state to me to give to my
investors confirming that
our project was consistent


with the comprehensive
plan and we were welcome
in Florida.
"When we asked the
state to consider a grant to
build a road into our site,


than usual and seamless to
us, the company, because
our county had its own staff
engineer and FDOT trusts
him to make accurate cost
projections.


to me," Eckel said. "He
was able to break it down
in terms I could understand
and explain to my board.
There were others on the
staff and you guys should be


County Board of County
Commissioners, Taylor
County Sheriff's Office,
Perry Police Department,
The Taylor County
Development Authority,


The Taylor County Development Authority (TCDA) Board of Directors joined county commissioners
in celebrating the news that ALS had selected Taylor County as it new headquarters. Shown are
(front I to r) Thomas Demps, ALS Vice President Matt Eckel, Emily Ketring, TCDA Director Scott
Frederick and Clay Bethea; (back, I to r) Lonnie Houck, Pat Patterson, Mark Wiggins, Pam Feagle,
Rudolph Parker and TCDA Board Chairman Jim Bassett.


Jack and [County Engineer]
Kenneth Dudley took care
of planning all the details
with the Florida Department
of Transportation (FDOT). I
was told by the state that the
grant application was faster


"I have never built a
factory--this is my first
one--but [County Building
Director] Danny Griner
took the time to explain
the permitting process and
the planning board's role


Air base closed in 1945


very proud in the staff you
have."
He listed a number of
"key partners" supporting
the project, which included
Enterprise Florida, The
Department of Economic
Opportunity, The
Florida Department of
Transportation, Suwannee
River Water Management
District, The Taylor


Tri-County Electric,
Progress Energy and Foley
Timber and Land Company.
"Rick and I are very
proud to be announcing this
project tonight, but more
importantly, I want this
community to be proud of
the environment they have
created that will make ours
just the beginning of many
more to come."


"I want to thank Matt
and his company for
looking at Taylor County,"
Commission Chairman Pat
Patterson said. "We need
the jobs. I am hopeful that
our people here in Taylor
County have prepared
themselves to receive some
of those jobs.
"I'd also like to thank
the staff," she said. "We are
blessed to have them."
"ALS represents one
of the county's targeted
industries and will include
both manufacturing and
headquarters components,"
TCDA Chairman Jim
Bassett said. "The company
will serve both domestic
and international clients and
will invest $9 million in its
facilities and hire up to 100
employees.
"The Taylor County
Vision Z060 Comprehensive
Plan, under the direction
of the Board of County
Commissioners, was a
factor which company
officials determined as a
positive factor in shaping
their location decision.
TCDA is confident that
AMTEC Less-Lethal
Systems, Inc., will serve
as a catalyst to launch
new growth, resulting in
increasing the tax base for
the county.
"On behalf of the TCDA
board of directors we
applaud their decision to
locate in Taylor County."


PERRY ARMY BASE
Continued from page 2
aircraft back to Perry while
the other pilot was killed.
The carnage lasted until
September when two more
P-47s and its pilots were
lost for unknown reasons.
Replacement pilot trainees
first received 120 hours
of ground school at Dale
Mabry. They were then sent
to Perry or one of the other
sub-bases of Dale Mabry
where they were given 60
hours of flight training.
After the flight training
phase, the pilots returned
to Dale Mabry's 439th
Squadron Pool to await an
assignment to a combat
squadron.
In October 1943, $13,500
was authorized for the
construction of a synthetic
training building. All pilots
received a generous amount
of Link Trainer practicing
instrument procedures.
Synthetic training also took
place in a device known as
the "Gunairstructor."
Perry had three of these
devices in an air-conditioned
building. The instructor
sat in the front seat and
the student in the rear. Six
projectors projected enemy
aircraft targets onto a
screen that were flown by
the instructor, an enlisted
man.
The object of this exercise
was to train the pilot to
recognize the target and
shoot faster.
On Dec. 10, 1943, a
P-47 pilot was killed on a
gunnery mission 20 miles
southwest of Perry when


he flew into the water. The
pilot was fairly experienced
and had completed 45 of his
60 hours of flight training.
Another pilot was lost
on Jan. 15, 1944, when
he crashed into a swamp
after running his P-47 out of
fuel.
On Jan. 29, 1944,
additional construction
added an engineering
shop, a parachute building,
three 40x60 prefabricated
warehouses and a six-plane
maintenance shed.
On May 1, in an
administration move,
the 312th and the 441st
Squadrons were renamed
"T" and "0" squadrons of
the 342nd Base Unit.
The Republic P-47
remained until mid-1944
when it was replaced with
the Curtiss P-40.
During the time the P-40
was at Perry, there was only
one fatality. That occurred
on Dec. 13, .1944, when a
pilot was killed bailing out
of his aircraft due to engine
failure
In March 1945, a
16,000-acre bombing and
gunnery range, located
two miles west of Day,
was added. P-51s
replaced the P-40s during
May 1945.
On July 31, a P-51 pilot
was killed when he crashed
due to engine failure.
During the first two
weeks of September, the
P-51s were flown to Bartow
AAF as Perry prepared to
close. During the base's two
years of existence, more
than 3,000 pilots had been
trained.


More tnan 3,000 pilots were trained during the
Perry Army Air Base's two years of operation.
The facility was eventually deeded to the county.


The base closed on
Oct. 1, 1945.
Overall, Perry had a good
accident record and received
several accommodations
from the Third Air Force.
With apologies to the
citizens of Perry, the town
was not considered a very
good assignment during
WW II. for young single
males. The closest town
with significant recreational
activity was Tallahassee, 60
miles away.
As a result, C-47's flew
officers and enlisted men
alike on special weekend
liberty trips to. towns such
as Miami, Atlanta, and
Nashville.
The base newspaper,
the Take Off printed the
following verse in the
final edition on Sept. 6,
1945, issue as the base was
closing:
"Perrvdise"
We're stationed down
at Perry, the Air Corps
wonderland,
It's wonderful from the
point that there's nothing
here but sand.
Out of the miserable
swamps of Florida the
Army cleared a plot,
Sent a bunch of us pilots
there tofly a streamlined
rock.
It's not that we are
not happy Oh no, that
couldn't be,
It's how this place is run
that beats the Hell out of
me.
We're scheduled first for
ground school and end up
in the sky,
You ask the man in
charge how come? He has
no reason why.
We stay out after eleven
and the OD takes our name,
Next Saturday night
we're on the post because
of a poker game.
Weflub up on the flight
line-forget Gunair or Link,
You'd think it was rape or
murder they make such an
awful stink.
Things are a little
brighter now-there's a
chance it won't be long,
Till Perry is written off
the map like hit with an
Atom Bomb.
Now that the war is over
we can all dream of home,
And try and forget old
Perry where the bugs and
skeeters roam.
Eventually the airport
was deeded to Taylor
County.
Today, it is known as the
Perry-Foley Airport serving
general and corporate
aviation. Reportedly, one
hangar built by the Army
remains as well as the
shooting-in-but.


Synthetic cocaine is being packaged and sold as fire ant killer.


Synthetic cannabis 'not safe'


LEGAL WEED
Continued from page 1
"mimicked" banned
synthetic materials.
"Based on this report, we
will be filing an additional
charge of sale of controlled
substances," Blair said.
Speaking on Liu's behalf,
attorney Ernie Page said,
"Ms. Liu is a business
owner, a mother and has
never been in trouble. She
had documentation and lab
reports that everything (she
had for sale) was legal.
What was in her mind is
that she believed she was
100 percent legal."
Blair countered that
several confidential
informants had been
utilized during the
investigation and "she (Liu)
would not sell to anyone
she didn't know. Also, these
products were kept behind
the counter and were not out


on display."
Addressing what he
sees as a growing issue in
the community, Rice said
Thursday "many people
seem to believe that these
products like synthetic
cannabis and cocaine are
legal, so in their mind they
are safe and okay. But they
are not-they are hurting
people.
"(The production) of
synthetic marijuana has
no government controls,
no FDA or medical
regulations. It is packaged
and marketed as other items,
such as incense or, in the
case of a synthetic cocaine-
like substance, ant killer.
Nobody really knows the
process how these products
are made. They are also
highly addictive."
While legislation from
the state level has placed
bans on the chemical
components of the products,


"all the manufacturers have
to do is change around the
chemical make-up and they
have something that isn't
illegal-that has been the
battle the whole time for
law enforcement.
"But there are other
laws, like in this case,
where people who sell the
products can be charged
under... statutes dealing
with chemicals that mimic
banned substances."
As for the companies
that manufacture the
synthetic products, "the
TCSO is not in a position to
pursue prosecution against
them-we have none in
Taylor County."
Rice said warning signs
to look for with use of these
synthetic drugs includes
"changes in behavior,
mood swings, extreme
highs, extreme lows and
weight loss, just to name a
few."


Baby boom reported in August 1971


GLANCE ATTHE PAST
Continued from page 1

BABY BOOM: 10 BORN
AT DMH IN AUGUST
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton
(Sharlyne) Beach
announced the birth of a
baby boy, Seaven Jacob,
born Aug. 7, at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital (DMH),
weighing seven pounds, 15
and one-half ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob (Nancy)
Bell announced the birth of
a baby girl, Rebekah Agner,
born Aug. 8, at DMH,
weighing eight pounds, five
ounces at birth.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
(Laura) Giddens welcomed
a baby girl, Jodi Elise, born
Aug. 6, at DMH, weighing
seven pounds, 11 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney
(Betty) Lytle announced the
birth of a baby boy, Robert
Lee, born Aug. 8, at DMH.
The new arrival weighed


eight pounds, three ounces
at birth.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
(Charlie Mae) Monroe
announced the birth of
a baby boy, Roderick
DeWayne, born Aug. 2,
at DMH, weighing seven
pounds, three and one-half
ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry
(Vicki) Mosley announced
the birth of a baby
boy, Jason Alan, born
Aug. 5, at DMH, weighing
eight pounds, three
ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
(Rita) Parker announced the
birth of a baby boy, Stephen
Brian, Aug. 4, at DMH,
weighing eight pounds, 13
and one-half ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim (Lois)
Greist announced the birth
of a son, Donald Raymond,
born Aug. 11, at DMH,
weighing seven pounds,
three ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Joe


(Jo Ann) Sadler announced
the birth of a baby boy,
Daniel Delmar, born Aug.
9, at DMH, weighing seven
pounds, 12 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence (Annie)
Woodfaulk welcomed
a baby girl, Chandra
Victoria, born Aug. 11,
at DMH, weighing six
pounds, 10 and one-half
ounces.

TCHS ANNUAL STAFF
WINS AWARD
Five members of the
Taylor County High School
annual staff won second
place honors at the Taylor
Publishing Company's
Yearbook Seminar
held at the University of
Tampa.
Claire Williams, Phyllis
Schrammel, Kendall
Maddox, Amanda Stephens
and Danny Allison
represented TCHS.


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Women of Distinction


Sept. 14 deadline for nominations nears


"Extraordinary women
who have distinguished
themselves as outstanding
members of their
community." That's how
the Girl Scouts of the
Florida Panhandle describe
Women of Distinction who
are recognized each year by
the organization.
The Sept. 14 deadline
for nominations is right
around the corner, and
the Panhandle urges
Taylor Countians to add a
nomination to their files.
"This year's honorees
will be part of an historic
occasion -- Girl Scouts'
100th anniversary
celebration," stated Raslean
M. Allen, chief executive
officer. All nominees
will be honored during an
Awards Gala on Nov. 1 at
7 p.m. in the Tallahassee-
Leon County Civic Center.
"We invite you to
'nominate distinguished'
women from your
community," she added.
Nominees must live or
work in Bay, Calhoun,
Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf,
Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson,
Lafayette, Leon, Liberty,


Madison, Taylor, Wakulla
or Washington counties.
Nominees are expected


to exemplify extraordinary
civic, professional and/or
philanthropic commitment


to their communities.
Applications are online at
www.gscfp.org.


Southerland honored
Representing more than 400,000 seniors nationwide, RetireSafe and
local senior advocates, honored Representative Steve Southerland II for
his efforts to protect the health benefits and security of Florida's seniors.
Southerland is shown with representatives of the Florida Department of
Elder Affairs, Elder Care Services, the Area Agency on Aging in North Florida
and Westminster Oaks. RetireSafe is a nonprofit, nonpartisan grassroots
organization that advocates and educates on behalf of America's seniors
on issues regarding Social Security, Medicare, health and financial well-
being. "The benefits and rights of seniors are under attack and seniors
need champions in Washington to preserve the benefits that many seniors
depend on," said Thair Phillips, president of RetireSafe.


McNutt welcomed by Collegiate Scholars


Vickie L. McNutt of Perry accepted membership in the
National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) based in
Washington, D.C.
"NSCS is, more than just a symbol of academic
achievement. Membership gives students access to a
number of amazing benefits including career and networking
resources, scholarships, travel and service projects, both
on campus and in the community," said Stephen E. Loflin,
NSCS founder and chief executive officer.


NSCS is a member of the Association of College Honor
Societies and is the nation's only interdisciplinary honors
organization for first- and second-year college students,
Membership is by invitation only, based on grade point
average and class standing.
NSCS has nearly one million lifetime members and
300 chapters in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and
Puerto Rico. For additional information, you may visit the
web site, nscs.org.


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joined by assistant coordinator Mary Wentz.
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At the Booking Desk


Editor's Note: It is the policy
of this newspaper to run the
names of all those arrested and
booked at the Taylor County
Jail. All those listed below have
been charged with a crime, but
are considered innocent until
proven guilty.
May 31:
David M. Woods, 21, 3503
W. Highway 98, grand theft,
dealing in stolen property,
Deputy Cash, TCSO.
Erik Kevin Pullin, 29, 500 S.
Warner Ave., Apt. J-6, grand
theft, dealing in stolen property,
Deputy Cash, TCSO.
Timothy Woods, 19, 3503
Highway 98 West Lot 1, grand
theft, dealing in stolen property,
Deputy Cash, TCSO.
June 1:
Chastity Houston, 38, 111
Glenn Street, VOP (grand
theft), Officer Thomas, P&P
Willie G. Nash, 39, 905 W.
Willow Street, VOP (no valid
drivers license), Ptl. Murphy,
PPD.
Rachel Blanton, 19, 2981
Glover Carlton, VOP (attempt.
to manufacture controlled
substance), Officer Livingston,
P&P.
Johnny Mathis, 42, 801 E.
Quail Street, introduction of
contraband, Deputy McKenzie,
TCSO.
Antonio White, 34, 706 W.
Julia Street, VOP (no valid
drivers license), Deputy
Gilbreath, TCSO.
Darian Abercrumbie,
20, 1409 S. Parker Street,
possession qf more than 20
grams cannabis, possession
of drug paraphernalia, Ptl.
Murphy, PPD.
Crystal Thomas, 20, 110
Dunwoody Street, aggravated
assault, child abuse, battery,
Ptl. Hernandez, PPD.
June 2:
Erik Kevin Pullin, 29, 500 S.
Warner Ave., Apt. J-6, hearing
for pretrial detention, Deputy
Cash, TCSO.
Takashi Gray, 21, 107 El
Matador Drive, possession of


less than 20 grams cannabis,
Ptl. Hernandez, PPD.
Travis Michael Sadler, 22,
Bradshaw Blvd., felony petit
theft, Ptl. Hightower, PPD.
Tamisha Alexander, 28,
3309 S. Byron Butler, Lot 3,
aggravated assault, Ptl. Griffin,
PPD.
June 4:
William Alexander Stephens,
64, Groveland, DWLS, Ptl.
Murphy, PPD.
Phillip Richards, 40, DOC,
tampering or fabricating with
physical evidence, burglary,
criminal mischief, Deputy
McKenzie, TCSO.
Michael Upshaw Jr., 25,
1511 S. Roberson Street,
VOP (DWLS), Deputy Hooker,
TCSO.
Kolby Ladevan Upshaw, 20,
1511 S. Robinson Street, VOP
(grand theft Ill, aggravated
assault with deadly weapon),
Deputy Gulbrandsen, TCSO.
Nicholas Michael Freeman,
34, 1007 S. Byron Butler
Parkway, motion to revoke
pretrial release, Deputy Gunter,
TCSO.
Demi Ember Appling, 22,
Old Town, FTA/warrant, Deputy
Gunter, TCSO.
SHeather Hendry Poisel, 39,
1752 Dulin Lane, retail theft, no
officer given.
John Edward Swain, 43,
S. Dixie Highway, DUI (first),
Trooper Swindle, FHPR
Hubert Sturdivant, 45, 1752
Dulin Lane, retail theft, Ptl.
Cephus, PPD.
Natalie Knowles, 40, 470
Millinor Road, order to revoke
pretrial release, Deputy Woods,
TCSO.
SJune 5:
Nicholas Michael Freeman,
34, 1007 S. Byron Butler
Parkway, criminal mischief,
trespass occupied structure,
Deputy Gunter, TCSO.
Debra Franklin, 47, 3762
Bohana Circle, VOP (worthless
checks), Deputy Gunter, TCSO.
Robert David Hendry, 31,
3590 Woodmore Lane, VOP


(burglary of structure), Deputy
Gulbrandsen, TCSO.
Harry Merritt, 25, 4329
Puckett Road, criminal mischief
(over $1,000), Ptl. Murray, PPD.
James Daren Corbin, 24,
Steinhatchee, theft of vehicle,
possession of ammunition
by felon, improper exhibition
of firearm, resisting without
violence, aggravated assault
with firearm, armed burglary,
grand theft of firearm,
possession of firearm by
convicted felon), Deputy Shaw,
TCSO.
June 6:
Jessica Leigh Weatherly, 19,
3545 Woodmore Lane, retail
theft, Ptl. Griffin, PPD.
Barry Bruland, 55, 1973 Old
Foley Road, VOP (DWLS, DUI),
Sgt. Franklin, PPD.
Larry Huskins, 18, 3178
Henry Gibson, VOP (burglary
of structure, felony criminal
mischief), Deputy Hooker,
TCSO.
June 7:
Jessie Alexander, 45, 1627
S. Byron Butler, #12, FTA
(improper tag), Sgt. Franklin,
PPD.
John Turcer, 32,
Steinhatchee, VOP
(possession of controlled
substance), Deputy Upshaw,
TCSO.
June 8:
Sampson Lee Perry, 38,
Byron Butler Parkway, #114,
felony battery, Det. Norris, PPD.
Leslie H. Herndon, 1065
Langford Lane, sale of
controlled substance, Ptl.
Campbell, PPD.
Lee Bern Hunter, 45,
Steinhatchee, DWLS
(knowingly), Deputy Cash,
TCSO.
Docquina Oliver, 37, 205
Susan Street, VOP (DUI),
Deputy Woods, TCSO.
Marissa Ann Harris, 18,
424 E. Ash Street, fleeing
and eluding, no valid drivers
license, Ptl. Johnson, PPD.
Heather Elizabeth
McCormick, 21, 66 Olan


Murphy Road, battery, Ptl.
Murphy, PPD.
June 9:
Jennifer Dawn Ryan, 27,
homeless, credit card fraud,
Deputy Shaw, TCSO.
Erik Pullin, 29, 500 S.Warner
Ave., #J-6, trespass, Ptl. Bass,
PPD.
Thomas Barnes, 74, 585 N.
Helen Street, felony battery, Ptl.
Murray, PPD.
Jacquelyn Sneed, 51, 1206
E. Main Street, aggravated
battery, Ptl. Murray, PPD.
Johnny Mathis, 42, 801 E.
Quail Street, order revoking
weekends, Ptl. Hightower, PPD.
June 10:
Leigha Melissa Ellison,
40, 1347 Dewey McGuire,
disorderly intoxication, Deputy
Shaw, TCSO.
June 11:
Ketra Kamile Hill, 23,
Tallahassee, VOP (aggravated
battery with deadly weapon,
violation of repeat injunction),
Sgt. Ricketson, TCSO.
Joy D. Mosley, 25, 1413
E. Quail Street, battery, VOP
(DWLS), Ptl. Griffin, PPD.
Monica Lynn Grimes, 37,
Quincy, VOP (possession of
controlled substance), Deputy
Gilbreath, TCSO.
June 12:
David M. Woods, 21, 3503
W. Highway 98; VOP (dealing in
stolen property), Deputy Cash,
TCSO.
Timothy Woods, 19, 3503
Highway 98 West Lot 1,
VOP (burglary of structure/
conveyance, dealing in stolen
property), Deputy Cash, TCSO.
Natalie Knowles, 40, 470
Millinor Road, neglect of child,
Deputy Woods, TCSO.
Don Helton Jr., 19, 121 Crit
Jones Road, possession of
drug paraphernalia, no valid
drivers license, Ptl. Murphy,
PPD.
Jeffrey Pinder, 42, Boca
Raton, VOP Deputy Tompkins,
TCSO.
Mychal Padgett, 25, 900 E.
Granger Drive, VOP (resisting


officer without violence,
DWLS), Deputy Tompkins,
TCSO.
Robin Hilson, 30, 1591
Landry Road, DWLS, Ptl.
Cephus, PPD.
Sharon Williams, 54, 171
Dunwood Street, aggravated
battery, Ptl. Cephus, PPD.
Mindy Crum, 27, Greenville,
VOP (battery), Deputy
McKenzie, TCSO.
June 13:
Edward James Hamilton, 51,
W. Walnut Street, possession
of drug paraphernalia, Ptl.
Cephus, PPD.
Amelia Mathews, 43, 709
North Wilder Street, battery,
Ptl. Cephus, PPD.
Corine Coxville, 27, 7504
S. Red Padgett Road, VOP
(petit theft), Deputy Ricketson,
TCSO.
Angela Hockaday Carlton,
32, Panama. City, dealing in
stolen property/trafficking, petit
theft, Det. Norris, PPD.
June 14:
Steven Brian Calhoun, 39,
21072 Marina Road, VOP
(possession of controlled
substance), Ptl. Curry, PPD.
Benjamin Leeper, 1'9,
Springhill, possession
of less than 20 grams
cannabis, possession of drug
.paraphernalia, Deputy Cash,
TCSO.
Travis Wine, 19, Spinghill,
possession of less than 20
grams cannabis, possession
of drug paraphernalia, Deputy
Cash, TCSO.
Jeffrey David Benton, 25,
5015 Carl Sadler Road, VOP
(dealing in stolen property),
Deputy Blue, TCSO.
June 15:
Lance Garrett Sparks, 20,
101 Magnolia Street, retail
theft, Ptl. Dice, PPD.
Mary Harris, 47, 1100
S. Wilder Street, state file
information/felony petit theft,
VOP (felony petit theft), Deputy
McKenzie, TCSO.
Joseph Wilkens, 49,
Greenville, grand theft,


cheating, Officer Livingston,
P&P.
John C. Hayden, 31, 801 E.
Paige Street, revoke pretrial
release, violation of injunction,
Deputy Gulbrandsen, TCSO.
Tina Tuten, 42, 2136 Shelton
Edwards Road, VOP (petit
theft), Ptl. Curry, PPD.
June 16:
David Gaylord, 54, 17280
E. Royal Oak Drive, warrant/
felony BUI, Deputy Tompkins,
TCSO.
Timothy Thompson, 36,
1403 W. Martin Luther King,
resisting without violence,
no valid drivers license, Ptl.
Cephus, PPD.
Timothy Wayne Collier, 47,
517 West Homer J. Smith,
no valid drivers license, Ptl.
Cephus, PPD.
Allen C. Winnie, 50, 145
Jenkins Road, DWLS, Ptl.
Cephus, PPD.
Coty D. Porter, 20,
3749 Antioch Cash Road,
possession of controlled
substance, no motor vehicle
registration, possession of
cannabis, possession of
alcohol, Ptl. Johnson, PPD.
June 17:
Michael L. James, 25, 145.
Jenkins Road, possession of
less than 20 grams cannabis,
Sgt. Deeson, PPD.
Katie N. Slobodian, 23, 113
Crit Jones Drive, battery, Ptl.
Cephus, PPD.
Phillip McNeal, 27, 102
El Rancho Drive, DUI, Ptl.
Cephus, PPD.
Tash Dee Branch, 38, Cross
City, FTA on child support, Ptl.
Johnson, PPD.
William M. Snyder, 56, 125
Oakland Drive, retail theft,
resisting a merchant, Sgt.
Deeson, PPD.
June 18:
Dustin'Bain, 28, 101 Pine
Street Road, warrantNOP
(felony criminal mischief),
Deputy Gunter, TCSO.
Tyrece Shantel Fleming,
34, Madison, VOP (petit theft),
Deputy Shaw, TCSO.


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A-6 Perry News-Herald August 31 September 1,2012


One Church
One Child


Free Prayer Breakfast planned Sept. 15 at

Catholic Church to support family programs


One Church One Child
of Florida and Partnership
for Strong Families are
rallying the support of the
faith community leaders in
Madison and Taylor counties
to increase the awareness of
adoption and foster care.
The two non-profit
organizations will host a
free Prayer Breakfast from
8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday,
Sept. 15, at Immaculate
Conception Catholic Church
Parish Hall. The keynote
speaker will be Rev. Robert
Butler, pastor of Little Saint
John Missionary Baptist

TIDBITS:

By SARAH HALL
As we pray for others,
others will pray for us.
Special prayers for:
Mildred Alexander, Thelma
Newberry, A.D. Jones,
Sarah Hall, and James
(J.D.) Miller, all at home;
and for. all the residents
at Marshall Health and
Rehabilitation.
There's an angel
in there!
Did you see him? Can't


Revival


finishes


tonight

Revival services will
end at St. Peter's Primitive
Baptist Church tonight,
Aug. 31.
Everyone is invited to
worship at 7 p.m. Cedrick
Spradley of Havana is the.
guest speaker.


Card of

Thanks
The family of W.D.
Wilson wishes to express
our thanks for the many
telephone calls, cards,
prayers, flowers, food and
other kindnesses extended
during the illness and death
of our loved one.
We especially wish to
thank the staff of Outpatient
Surgery at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital,
Big Bend Hospice, Dr.
Diane Schlick, Dr. Blaine
Payne, Rick Patrick,
Jimmy Crumpler, Jimmy
Livingston, Glenn Baker
and the many others who
went above and beyond the
norm to assist us.
In Christian love,
Mary Jane Wilson, Lisa
Brock, Paul Wilson and
Family


Church in Perry.
"We're looking forward to
increasing our community
support in Madison and
Taylor counties," said
Shawn Salamida, president
and CEO of Partnership for
Strong Families. "We're
grateful for the support of
One Church, One Child
in helping us gather new
faith partners to support
the children and families
we help. We are very
dependent upon the support
and generosity of the faith
community in recruiting
partner and adoptive homes


as well as in providing
support for our kids in out-
of-home care."
Dr. Arie Sailor, executive
director of One Church One
Child of Florida, added
that linking partnerships
for children in Madison
and Taylor Counties is very
important to the agency's
mission. "We want to
connect any missing links
that may bring hope to
children and support for
families," said. Sailor, who
has lead the agency for the
past 10 years. Sailor noted
that the event is a part of the


agency's statewide initiative
to inform churches and
the greater community of
the opportunity to partner
in support of children and
families in Florida.
One Church One Child of
Florida is a statewide, non-
profit organization whose
mission is prevention,
intervention, promotion of
adoption and support for
families. One Church One
Child works in partnership
with churches, the Florida
Department of Children
and Families, Community-
Based Care Lead Agencies


Angels thanked for showing God's love


you feel his presence?
Every time you sent a card
or uttered a prayer or called
or shared a comforting
thought, or came by with
a gift of love, the angel
showed up. The angel
stayed busy There was so
much to be done.
The process of taking care
of those of us in need is ever
present and painstaking.
But it must be done to
complete the job. Now
on the next level, back to
becoming our independent
-self. Slowly. Steady. We
move on, of course.
You did your part. You
were the angel in there.
God is so pleased! You did
just what He told you to do.
The world, He said, will
know you are my disciples,
by the love you.have for one
another.


Thank you--yes you--all
of you, for the love and for
being my angel.
--Sarah

The Captivating
Power of Amazing
Grace and
Presence
The greatness of God's
amazing grace has touched
allof our lives.
As King David stated:
Who am I, Lord, to be
watching of your grace.
Do we accept God's grace
only when we need it? Or do
we thank God every day for
the ever-present existence of
God's amazing grace.
Thousands of years later,
people have sung it all over
the world--for a variety of
occasions--and yet it is still
as powerful as it ever was.


We cannot accept God's
amazing grace if we are full
of ourselves. We must come
down to Him as an empty
pitcher to be filled only by
God's Great Holy Spirit.
If you have not already
done it, give of yourself--
of our emptiness of life's
solutions to everyday
problems, to God's amazing
grace.
--Excerpted from Dr
David Jeremiah


Exercise
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Nc-w i1 town, orjust wanting to learn more about our God?
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Happy Birthday
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TAYLOR GYMNASTICS on
September 5 at 6:15 p.m.
for the beginning of an exciting
new year of AWANA!
All children age 3 grade 5 are invited.
Pizza will be served for all who register!
Beginning September 12, Awana will be
held each Wednesday from 5:50-7:30 p.m.
in the Worship Center of FBC
Please join us for an exciting year of
Christian-based learning and fun!


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Precept study looks at Ezekiel
"Visions of the throne of God and prophecy that helps us
understand current world events are central to the book of
Ezekiel. Knowing the awesome God of Ezekiel will change
your life."
With that introduction, Melody Greene and Ena Reed
remind women in the community of the next Precept Bible
study which will begin on Tuesday, Sept. 11, focusing on
the book of Ezekiel. Classes will meet at 9:30 a.m. in the
Student Center of First Baptist Church on the corer of
Green and Orange streets.
There will also be a night class beginning the following
Monday, Sept. 17, at 6:30. Both classes last about two and
a half hours. This ladies-only inductive study is open to the
community.
The cost is $20 for the book but scholarships are available.
Contact Reed at 584-5718 or Greene at 584-7619 for more
information.


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Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m,
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. StudylPrayer Meeting
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Keaton Beach

Fishing Report



Tips for fishing


after a b

BY PAT MCGRIFF
onemorecast@gtcom.net
Well, I haven't been on the
water since my last report.
That said, here is how I
propose to fish this weekend,
despite all the rain from TS
Isaac, etc.
Fishing after a storm
requires that you use
common sense and adjust to
the changes in the condition
of the water.
First expect to find stained,
or turbid water but do not
plan to fish in silty water.
"Silt" shuts trout down,
apparently due to the fact
that if they move through
heavily silted water they will
clog their gills and suffocate.
Also "silt" blocks the
light and doesn't allow any
penetration past a certain
depth. Search out water with
at least 16 to 20 inches.of
visibility as a minimum.
Check the clarity using the
following test:
Tie a limetreuse (brightest
fluorescent yellow) bait on
a 30-inch leader under your
Cajun or Back Bay Thunder.
Drive to water you wish
to fish and slowly lower the
bait into the water, next to
the boat. When you can no
longer see the bait, stop and
note how much leader you
need to cut off. Now re-tie
any bait be it cutbait, live,
Gulp or soft plastic under
your Thunder.
Now at least the fish have
a chance to see your offering.
Almost as. important is
"how" the fish finds your
bait, and second to water
clarity, it is the use of a float.
I use Cajun and Back Bay
Thunders because I make


'ig storm

my living fishing and won't
settle for cheap imitations
but the reason, the higher
quality "Thunders" produce
best is "they make more
noise."
Since we already expect to
deal with low visibility after
a storm, we must use "noise"
as our primary attraction.
Also the Thunder holds your
bait at a depth where it is.still
visible and, quite simply, can
be found.
Now the fish can find your
bait.
Finally, add any and all
help you can regarding
the fish's search by adding
scent to the baits. If you
are throwing artificial baits,
I spray BANG saltwater
attractant in the "Shrimp"
flavor. Some prefer the
"Crab" flavor on their redfish
offerings.
If live bait isn't producing,
don't be afraid to try a fresh
cutbait to add scent.to the
equation. I have been know
to rub my soft plastic bait
.on the belly of a just-caught
short trout before releasing
it. It works much better than
having. "your" scent on the
bait.
Now they can track the
bait with "smell" even when
"sight" is greatly reduced.
My final suggestion is to
fish in water nearest where
the water was stained before
the storm, on the assumption
that these fish had already
adapted to a reduction in
visibility and will have an
easier time adjusting than
fish which were previously in
much clearer water and may
be paralyzed by this sudden
change in their universe.


A-7 Perry News-Herald August 31 September 1, 2012


'Dogs facing



Dixie tonight


Taylor County High's Jaymonte McLeod (6) had a big game
last week against Ocala Trinity Christian including a 75-yard
touchdown pass from quarterback Daniel Wentworth..
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Sign-up concludes today
Registration for Taylor County Recreation Department's
two fall baseball leagues--for youngsters ages 8-12--ends
today (Friday).
The fee is $42 per player with forms available at the
Perry City Hall or the Taylor County Sports Complex.


State offering license-free saltwater fishing Saturday


Looking for something to saltwater fishing. We expect
do this Labor Day weekend? many will discover a healthy
Saltwater recreational sport they can enjoy for a
anglers can fish without a lifetime."
recreational fishing license Gag grouper is open for
on Sept. 1 as part of. the harvest in most state and
state's license-free fishing all federal waters in the
days. Gulf and Atlantic. For those
"Florida's license-free looking to get in the water,
fishing days are an excellent bay scallop and spiny lobster
opportunity to share the fun, seasons are in full swing.
excitement and togetherness Want to stick a little closer
of a fishing trip with the to shore? Try your hand at
entire family. This also is a near-shore species such as
great time for experienced spotted seatrout or red drum.
anglers to introduce friends The FWC Division
to the sport, even if they of Marine Fisheries
don't have a fishing license," Management will have staff
said Nick Wiley, executive working dockside at the St.
director of the Florida Fish Marks National Wildlife
and Wildlife Conservation Refuge in Wakulla County
Commission (FWC). and at the Cedar Key Public
"We hope Florida Pier and Marina from about
residents and visitors 7 a.m. through midday. Staff
will experience the joy of will provide the public with

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fisheries publications such
as Saltwater Regulations and
Fishing Lines magazines.
FWC offers four license-
free fishing days each year.
This year's freshwater
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were April 7 and June 9, and
the first saltwater day was
June 2.
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Wiley said.
All other bag limit, season
and size restrictions apply
on these dates. For more
information, visit MyFWC.
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locations and rules.


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Paul and Bonnie Pettit are celebrating
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A strong Dixie County
High team -- buoyed by
numerous returning starters
plus a number 9 pre-season
ranking -- rolls into Perry
tonight to take on Taylor
County in the season opener
for both schools.
Although the Bears took
a 34-0 whipping from the
Bulldogs last season in
Cross City, they won their
last three games of 2011 to
finish with a 5-5 record.
Those facts have Head
Coach Brent Wilkerson
excited about his team's
post season chances in
2012.
The Class 1ABears return
a. number of key players
including quarterback
Shaquille Mitchem and top
rusher Javonta Jones.
Jones was the Bears
leading rusher last season
with 759 yards but will


spend most df this season
as a wideout and a wildcat
quarterback.
James Bowers, 5' 10", 220
pounds, returns at tailback
after rushing for 477 yards
and five touchdowns in
2011.
The Bears' offensive line
is experienced and deep this
season with seniors Adrian
Maxwell and Wade Palmer
leading the group.
On defense Dixie County
returns its top performer in
senior linebacker Hunter
Robson who led the team
with 76 tackles.
Safety Cody Mitchell
returns for his senior season
after leading the Bears in
interceptions in 2011 with 4.
Taylor County is riding
high after upsetting Trinity
Catholic 42-37 last week in
Ocala. Kickoff for tonight's
game is set for 7:30 p.m.


Tourney to offer


$3,000 in prizes


The Taylor County
Tourism Development
Council (TDC) is sponsoring
a fall trout tournament to be
held Saturday, Sept. 8, out
of Keaton Beach Marina.
The top prize in the
tourney, which guarantees
a $3,000 payout in cash
and prizes, is $1,000 for the
heaviest 5-trout stringer.
The second top stringer will
get $600 and third place


will receive $300.
There are also cash and
merchandise prizes for big
trout and big redfish plus
several other categories.
The entry fee is $30 per
person with fishing allowed
from safe light until 3 p.m.
For more information
contact Capt. Ashley
Mock at 843-0566 or the
Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce at 584-5366.


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A-8 Perry News-Herald
August 31 September 1, 2012


Seasonal Calendars


Tallahassee Little Theatre's season to

include Shakespeare, Charlie Brown


'Premium Rush is a fun



ride with a familiar frame


The structure of your average chase
thriller is pretty basic. Person A has
something Person B wants, usually really
badly.
The item being sought after is often
referred to as a MacGuffin, a term
'popularized by the famed director, Alfred
Hitchcock, in the 1930s.
"[We] have a name in the studio, and we
call it the 'MacGuffin.' It is the mechanical
element that usually crops up in any story.
In crook stories it is almost always the
necklace and in spy stories it is most always
the papers," Hitchcock said in
a 1939 interview.
It can be pretty amusing
when watching movies. /
especially thrillers, to try to
figure out the identity of the
particular McGuffin driving
the plot.
Usually, it's pretty easy.
Take "Premium Rush."
for instance, the new thriller
starring Joseph Gordon-Levlin
("The Dark Knight Rises"'i ',A. i
as a New York City bike
messenger.
The MacGuffin is the ..-.
envelope Wilee (Gordon-
Levitt) is tasked with delivering across town
in less than 90 minutes and which is also
being desperately sought after by crooked
cop Bobby Monday (Michael Shannon,
"Boardwalk Empire"). Everything that
happens in '"Premium Rush" revolves
around the various pursuits of the
MacGuffin.
As for the movie itself, "Premium Rush"
is a solid thriller that doesn't carry much
weight but keeps the tension taut through
almost its entire run. Chase thrillers are a
dime a dozen, so for one to stand out, it
must show us something new. Here, we
get to see all of the usual action and chase
tropes, only using bicycles instead of cars.
It's a refreshing change that also adds to the
immediacy of the danger threatening our
characters.
As the movie opens, we listen to Wilee
extolling the joys of his job, riding through
the crowded streets of New York City on
a fixed-gear bike with no brakes. "Brakes
kill," he tells us sagely.
Wilee works for one of a variety of
messenger services,in the city, and when
he's not trying to smooth things with
his girlfriend Vanessa (Dania Ramirez,
"Heroes"), he's delivering packages and
messages at break-neck speeds.


His latest package, which he picks up
from Vanessa's roommate Nima (Jamie
Chung, "Sucker Punch"), comes with its
own stalker, the aforementioned Bobby
Monday. Struggling with the gambling
debts he owes to some less-than-savory
individuals, Bobby needs money and
Wilee's package is the key to escaping his.
problems.
"Premium Rush" was written and directed
by David Koepp, who is better known as
a screenwriter ("Jurassic Park, "Mission:
Impossible") than as a director ("Stir of
E choes," "Secret Window").
SWhile the story isn't, the
film's strongest asset, it does
S efficiently push forward the
action and keeps the tension,
high. I do like how they' add,
an emotionally compelling--
v- I 1 if somewhat cliched--reason
S' to keep Wilee on the job even
: M afterit's clear Bobby is willing
mI to do just about anything to
EPMWir geet the envelope.
e In the director's chair,
Koepp uses a pair of visual
cues to bridge the action.
First is a computer-generated
map of New York showing
Wilee's various destinations, similar to just,
about any map app on your phone. The
second gives us a view inside Wilee's mind
as he plans out his route in order to avoid
any close encounters with the vehicles
surrounding him. Similar to Guy Richie's
trick in the "Sherlock Holmes" movies, this
second cue is a good idea, but here it suffers
from rather poor execution as the special
effects are subpar.
On the acting side, Gordon-Levitt is
having a great year, having already starred
in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight
Rises" and will appear next in September's
"Looper" with Bruce Willis. The actor is one
of the better up-and-coming talents, able to
play both drama and action with equal skill.
Facing off against him is Shannon, who is
hilariously over-the-top as the desperate
Bobby. He manages to be both'funny and
scary at the same time, a feat hard to deliver.
"Premium Rush" is about as basic a
thriller as you can get. We have our Person
A, PersonB and the MacGuffin. Fortunately,
we get a pair of talented actors to fill the
first two roles and a different approach to
the pursuit of the third.
The movie is rated PG-13 for some
violence, intense action sequences and
language.


I S


Unlike the past few weeks, we didn't
have a movie opening early on Wednesday.
We had two.
"Lawless" is a gritty and violent look
at Depression-era bootlegging in Virginia
from director John Hillcoat ("The Road")
'featuring an all-star cast that includes
Gary Oldman ("The Dark Knight Rises"),
Tom Hardy ("Inception"), Shia LeBeouf
("Transformers"), Jessica Chastain ("The
Help"), Mia Wasikowska (;'Alice in
Wonderland") and Guy Pierce ("The King's
Speech"). The movie follows the true-life
story of a bootlegging gang's war with
authorities who want their cut.
The film is rated R for strong bloody
violence, language and some sexuality/
nudity.
"The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon
Adventure" is an interactive movie from
the creator of the "Teletubbies" about a


AUG. 16-SEPT. 2 adults, $15 for seniors and
government employees, and
Tallahassee Little Theatre's $10 for students. Tickets
production of the 2008 Tony are available online at www.
Award winning play, 'The 39 tallahasseelittletheatre.org
Steps," mixes a Hitchcock or by calling the box office
masterpiece with a juicy at 850-224-8474. Tickets are
spy novel and then adds a available on the day of the
dash of merry mayhem. The show on a first come, first
award-winning play is packed served basis.
with laughs, more than 150 AUG. 30-SEPT. 23


zany characters played by
four actors, an on-stage
plane crash, handcuffs,
missing fingers and some
good old-fashioned romance.
Remaining showtimes
are: Aug. 31 and Sept. 1
at 8 p.m., and Sept. 2 at
2 p.m. Tickets are $20 for


group of friends seeking some missing
magical balloons. The movie features a
surprising number of big-named cameos,
including Toni Braxton, Christopher Lloyd,
Cary Elwes, Jaime Pressly and Cloris
Leachman. I'm sure little kids will get a
kick out of this. Their parents, however,
may need some medication afterward.
The movie is rated G.
Waiting for Friday is "The Possession,"
ahorrorfilm supposedlybased on actual events
about a young girl (Madison Davenport,
"Shameless") who buys a strange wooden
box at a yard sale and becomes possessed
by an evil spirit. Her parents (Jeffrey Dean
Morgan, "Watchmen," and Kyra Sedgwick,
"The Closer") try desperately to find an
answer before it's too late.
The movie is rated PG-13 for mature
thematic material involving violence and
disturbing sequences.


the dream" in Palm Springs,
Calif., but their carefully
crafted facade is on the
verge of shattering when
daughter Brooke reveals
the impending publication
of her "tell-all" memoir. 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.

If you have an event
you would like included
in our calendar of
events, please call us at
850-584-5513.


The Hippodrome kicks off
its 40th anniversary season
with the Tony Award-winning
"Other Desert Cities." Meet
the Wyeths, a.family that
appears to have it all--wealth,
political influence and A-list
connections. They are "living


Tallahassee Little
Theatre's (TLT) first
production of the 2012-13
season, "The 39 Steps,"
concludes its run this
weekend, but many more
works have been scheduled
across the next nine moths.
TLT will host four more
plays during its mainstage
series, along with two more
in its Coffeehouse. Series
as well as several special
events.
The mainstage series
will continue with
"Frankenstein" on Oct.
11-28; "God of Carnage"
on Feb. 21 to March 10,
2013; "You're a Good Man,
Charlie Brown" on April 11-
28, 2013; and "The Miracle
Worker" on May 16 to June
2,2013.
Single tickets are $20 for
adults, $15 for seniors and
government employees, and
$10 for students. Season
passes are also available
for $60 to $80 and include
a "flex option" to mix and
match five shows from all
TLT productions.
The Coffeehouse Series
this season will include
two productions, "Next


Fall" on Sept. 14-23 and
"Dead Man's Cell Phone"
on March 22-31, 2013.
Season passes are $15 for
adults, $10 for seniors and
government employees, and
$5 for students.
For more information,
call 850-224-8474 or visit
tallahasseelittletheatre.org.
TLT will also host a
special production of
William Shakespeare's
"Twelfth Night" on Jan. 17-


27,2013.
Tallahassee Little
Theatre is a professionally-
managed institution that
produces 10 to 12 shows
per season. TLT offers
educational opportunities
through workshops and
The Acting Up Players, a
group with more than 100
senior citizens participating
in classes, community
outreach and producing their
own performance series.


"The 39 Steps" mixes a Hitchcock masterpiece
with a juicy spy novel and then adds a dash of
merry mayhem. Remaining showtimes are: Aug.
31 and Sept. 1 at 8 p.m., and Sept. 2 at 2 p.m.


'Battleship'limps back into



port on DVD and Blu-ray


Hollywood has imagined
almost every conceivable
scenario in which humanity
makes contact with an alien
species. Sometimes it's
friendly. Often times it's not.
If the aliens do arrive
with hostile intentions, the
first line of defense is often
the military. The Air Force
received most of the action
in 1996's "Independence
Day" while the Marines saw
the brunt of the action in
"Battle: Los Angeles."
Now it's the Navy's turn
in "Battleship," the alien-
invasion action film--very
loosely based on the fabled
Hasbro board game--which
was' released earlier this
summer in theaters and is
now available on DVD and
Blu-ray.
Seeing as the game has
no actual plot--other than
trying to sink battleships--
the filmmakers created their
owr, one with so many plot
holes, cliches and fractured
logic that no amount of
entertaining naval action or
massive explosions can fix.
Combined with a stunning
amount of missed potential,
we're left with a pretty but
otherwise disappointing
summer blockbuster.
The story begins with a
group of scientists in Hawaii
announcing they have
developed a satellite array
to send a signal to another
solar system in which they
discovered an Earth-like
planet. Meanwhile, Alex
Hopper (Taylor Kitsch, "John
'Carter") is drifting through
life until one final mess-
up drives his older brother
(Alexander Skarsgird, "True
Blood") to force him to join
the Navy.
Sometime later, Alex is
a lieutenant in the Navy
serving aboard one of a
number of ships taking part
in a massive, multi-country
exercise off the coast of
Hawaii. Meanwhile, a group
of alien, ships, apparently
responding to the signal,
crash land into the ocean
nearby.
Hooper's ship along
with two others are sent to
investigate just in time for
them to get trapped, along
with the entirety of the
Hawaiian islands, inside a


protective shield, forcing
them to face off against the
aliens alone.
"Battleship" is from
director Peter Berg, whose
last feature "Hancock" also
squandered a lot of early
potential to become a subpar
action blockbuster.
Here, "Battleship" spends
quite a bit of time setting up
the naval exercise only to,
within the first minutes after
contact, separate everybody
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but three destroyers from
the action. There hasn't
been a large-scale naval
film in years and pitting
the combined navies of six
nations against an alien force
would be a movie I could get
behind.
Which brings us to one of
the biggest problems facing.
the film, the same issue
that just about every alien
invasion film must face: the
fact that any civilization
capable of mastering
interstellar travel will most
likely have little problem
wiping the floor with us. So
each and every time, if there
is going to be any hope that
we can win in the end, the
aliens must have a fatal flaw.
Sometimes its works, like
knocking out the mother
ship in "Independence Day,"
which at least felt hard
fought. Other times, like the
severe water allergy facing
the aliens in "Signs," it's
pretty ridiculous.
"Battleship" falls into
the latter category, with the
aliens declining to blow his
ship out of the water simply
because they turn their guns
away so as to not present a
direct threat. These are the
same aliens who within
minutes wipe out the entire
air force on the islands while


also destroying any land-
based route to the mountain
containing the dishes sending
the signal.
I do have to give the
writers credit for coming
up with a way--while
convoluted--for the crew to
use NOAA tsunami buoys to
recreate the grid-like board
of .the Battleship game to
strike back against the aliens
at one point.
There is also a nice pause
to honor some Navy veterans
early in the film, and their
surprise return later provides
some of the film's best
moments.
At some point between
when the idea was hatched
to make a film based
on Battleship and when
the -resulting movie was
finished, there was a chance
to create an entertaining
and compelling action film.
It's obvious, however, that
early in the process, the
opportunity sank.
The movie is rated PG-
13 for intense sequences
of violence, action and
destruction, and for language.
The Blu-ray release does
provide a bevy of extras,
including multiple behind-
the-scenes featurettes with
director Peter. Berg as well
as a look at the real-life USS
Missouri featured in the film
and talks with actual veterans
who served on the ship and
starred in the movie.






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Garage Sale at 220 12th Street
"Backyard" Steinhatchee, (423)
241-9285 or (423) 241-9289.
Stainless steel prop, main and jib
sails with mast and hardware,
outboard motor mount, two deep
sea fishing rods and reels, tool
chest for pickup bed, 1/2 inch 4' x
8' plywood siding, patio chairs, 3
panels of aluminum siding, misc.
stainless steel bolts and nuts and
other stainless steel pieces, misc.
fabric, household, yard and
marine related items too
numerous to mention. Please
come by and browse. Sept. 1, 2, 3
& 4 from 8 a.m. until.
08/24 08-31


AUCTION
2.400 SF Home on 40 Acres
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Sat., Sept. 29 @C 12 pm
OPEN from 11 AM iale da
Cal 32-519.313D0 for more info
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AUCTIONEERS
Michael Peters 352-519-3130
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Multi-family yard sale. Saturday,
Sept. 1,205 Judson Dr.
Kid stuff, adult clothes, scrubs,
electronics, household items and
much more. 8 a.m. until.
08/31

Yard sale. Saturday, 7 a.m. until
noon, 102 Donna Dr. Household
items, decorative glassware etc.
and misc. items
08/31
Yard sale. Hunting, fishing,
toolboxes, tools, shop tools and
household items. 7185 S. Red
Padgett Rd., third house on right
from Hwy. 19 S. Saturday, Sept. 1
only, 7 a.m. until 4 p.m,
08/31

Yard sale. Saturday, 8 a.m. until,
rain or shine-inside. Tools, tool
cabinets, clothes, dishes, china,
full size bed, frame, head & foot
board, mattress and box spring in
excellent shape $75. Corner of
1795 West Lyman Hendry and
221 North, 223-2516.
08/31

Large yard sale. Sept. 1,2 & 3,
9 a.m. until, 14215 Beach Rd.
Combining two homes into one.
Furniture, kit items, computer
accessories, Christmas &
Halloween items, clocks, knick-
knacks, assorted tools, upholstery
fabric remnants and much more.
08/22 08/31


Yard sale. Saturday, 8
noon at 301 Bishop BlI
computers, child's rockil
household items, books
strollers, baskets, crib
infant car seat and more.
08/31
Yard sale. Friday and Sa
a.m. until. 2405 US 98
Golf Course Rd. before D
08/31


a.m. until
vd. Used
ng chair,
;, double
matress,


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teals.


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Yamaha trumpet for sale with two
mouth pieces in hard case. Good
condition, asking $300, call 223-
1005.

2000 Gulf Camper Trailer $3,000.
2005 16' Lowe fishing boat and
trailer $1,000. Contact, Joanie
Cruce (850) 973-6443.
08/31 09/05

Dresser (5 drawer) and matching
TV stand with doors on bottom,
all wood-distressed white, good
shape-some scratches and paint
chips. $150 O.B.O. Call (850) 578-
2713.
08/31

New set of tires, came off a new
2012 Dodge 275x60x20
Goodyear Wrangler H.P, $400
O.B.O., 843-4920.
08/31

13' Shanu, brarid new with 8
horse Yamaha motor, $1,500.
Black metal girl's vanity with stool,
$50. Call 843-5001
08/29 08/31

For Sale. Sofa, coffee,tables, TV
entertainment centers, end tables,
kitchen table & chairs,
Chippendale chairs, roll-away
beds, 2 large down feather
cushions, metal shelving units,
camper top for Dodge Dakota. Call
(850) 578-2030.
08/17 08/31


RC, tfn


We
Buy
Scrap
Metal and Junk
Cars
850-838-5865


Cash for junk cars and trucks, free
removal. 7 days a week. Call (386)
658-1030 or (904) 887-8513.
08/10- 10/10


Have a job opening?
Advertise in the Perry
News-Herald classified.
Call 584-5513.






Found, 'white dog in the Leisure
Retreat area. Call (850) 578-2362.
08/29 08/31


PROVIDINGc SERVICE WITH OUR
HEARTS AND HkANDS



Are you looking for a New Career?
You Must:
SHave Good Communication Skills
Be Customer Service Oriented
Stop by the facility to learn more
about our CNA classes
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207 Marshall Drive
Perry, FL 32347
or for more information call:
(850) 584-6334










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OLD COINS ANDALMOST

ANYTHING ELSE OF VALUE


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



Keaton Beach Vacation Rental
Week/Weekend, $75 nightly, 32'
Scamper with kitchen and satellite
TV. Call (850) 578-2446.
08/31 09/26

2 bedroom, 1 bath MH. Off N.
Page Rd., 2.14 acres, private.
$500 monthly, first, last and
security.
(727) 433-4514.
08/01 -09/12


2BD/2BA, mobile home. $500
monthly, $500 deposit, no pets.
Call (850) 997-6184.
08/29 08/31

3BR/2BA, DW on 2 acre lot.
CH&A, stove, refrigerator. Robert
Aman Rd., $750 monthly. Call
578-2240 or 843-1802.
08/29 08/31

1 bedroom house, 1 acre, great
location. No inside dogs, no more
than 2 adults/1 child. $400
monthly, $200 deposit, 584-8618.
BW, tfn

2 bedroom, 2 bath, s/w. Big yard
and very clean. Includes water
and lawn care, $500 monthly,
$500 security deposit. Call (386)
.776-2405.
08/29 08/31
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

35' camper on private lot, fully
furnished with washer and;dryer,
electric and water included, $400
monthly, $250 deposit. 843-4305.
08/24- 09/19

Seeking alcohol/drug free person
to rent room in my home.
Everything furnished, $100
weekly. Call 295-2045 or 672-
4089. Male Chihuahua $75.
BW,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


*3/BD, 2/BA, located off Puckett
Road on Oxford Street. $650
monthly and $300 deposit. Call
584-7094 for application
information. Must have excellent
references.
EMHP
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

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. Call 850-
371-1568.
07/20 08/31


3 BD/1.5BA, mobile home. $450
monthly, $450 deposit. no pets.
Call (850) 997-6184.
08/29 08/31

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
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
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
tfn

2 bedroom, 2 bath. double wide
with some recent renovations.
Nice country setting 5 minutes
north of Perry. Nopets, no
smokers. Call 838-5338.
08/08 08/31, AR

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


Looking for a retired
or semi-retired, experienced

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


Good pa Apply in person at
123 S. Jefferson St.


Madison County Memorial Hospital

Now Hiring:

RN's, Full Time and as needed

Full Time Transcriptionist

Please contact Human Resources
(850) 973-2271 ext. 1906
EOE/DFW


RIVERFRONT LOT FOR SALE
Want to own this part of 'The
Suwannee River?"
Priced to Sell!!!!
Located in Lafayette County,
Mayo, Florida.
.75 acres for only $36,500!!!
Now Accepting Offers
Call Cynthia for more information
(850) 223-7152
or Visit our website: bcfcu.coop
BCFCU, tfn

House and garage apartment for
sale close to downtown. 3,300 sq.
ft. house with 3 bedrooms, 2.5
bath on 2 city lots and a 550 sq. ft.
garage apartment on 1 city lot.
Garage apartment provides a
great investment income. Special
house features custom kitchen
cabinets, wood and tile floor and a
spacious floor plan to
accommodate family fun and
entertaining. $198,000, call (850)
371-1800.
08/17- 09/07

For sale or rent to own. House in
Ocean Pond subdivision only 5
miles from Keaton Beach, FL.
1,568 sq. ft. of living area 3
bedroom, 2 bath new house with
all new appliances, carpet and
hardwood flooring. Open kitchen
living room area sitting on 2 acres
of land ready to move in.
REDUCED to $129,500. Call
(850) 672-0536.
08/17 09/28'

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
Home for sale. 3BD/2BA tri-level
floor plan, LR/DR with fireplace,
family room with fireplace, kitchen,
breakfast area, office, large rec.
room, patio, pool, large storage
building, 3 acres m/I, 2,592 sq. ft.
121 Shady Oaks Dr. (off
Plantation). (850) 584-7687 or
843-5512.
08/22 09/28



For sale. 2002 Suburban 204,000
miles: Well maintained and in
good condition. $5,000, call (850)
371-1800.
08/17 09/07



Boys & Girls Club of North Central
Florida is seeking Program Staff
personnel. Must be at least 18
years old and enjoy working with
children. Position requires a high
school diploma and no criminal
history. One Program Staff is
needed at the Steinhatchee Unit
,and one in Perry. This is a part-
time position. Please email your
resume to
emilyketring@bgcncfl.org
08/24 -09/05
B&GC

Retail and Food Service Manager
needed immediate opening in a
progressive and growing company
requires previous experience in
retail or food service
management. Including store
scheduling, P&L, marketing and
expense control. Compensation
based on skills and experience.
Vacation, sick and health benefits
available. Resume and references
required. Apply by mail, P.O. Box
923, Perry, FL 32348.
WO
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Personal Care Provider
Candidate must have a HS
Diploma, CNA background and
must pass FDLE clearance.
Please call 295-3622 to schedule
an interview.
08/29 08/31

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(850) 584-0866 or 0635
Fax: (850) 584-0661
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Cross City Rehab
Social Worker needed full time,
experience preferred. Email
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Request for Qualifications
forAlrport General Consulting
Services at
Perry Foley Airport
* AMENDED
AUGUST 29, 2012**
In accordance with Taylor
County Board of County
Commissioners policies and
procedures, Florida Statute
287.055 (Consultants'
Competitive Negotiation Act)
and FAA Advisory Circular
150/5100-14D, the Taylor County
Board of County Commissioners
invites the submission of
Statements of Qualifications from
all Interested and qualified
professional aviation consulting
firms with demonstrated
expertise in Airport General
Consulting Services for
anticipated projects at the Perry
Foley Airport. Projects may
include but are not limited to the
planning and/or design of the
following: airfield pavement
Improvements and rehabilitation,
airfield lighting improvements,
aircraft hangars, utility systems,
airport master plans, surveying,
airspace studies, 'stormwater
design and permitting, utility
infrastructure, building


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improvements, fences, fuel
storage facilities, and airport
industrial parks.
A copy of the detailed Request
for Qualifications and instructions
for submittal may be obtained
from Taylor County at
www.tavlorcountvaov.com, or
by contacting Melody Cox at
850-838-3553 or
melodv.cox(tavlorcountyaov.c
.om beginning on August 8, 2012.
Ten (10) copies of the Statement
of Qualifications must be
submitted by mail or hand
delivered to the Taylor County
Clerk of Courts at 108 N. Jefferson
Street (P.O. Box 620), Perry,
Florida 32347. Submittals must be
received no later than 4:00 p.m.
EDT (local time) on Monday,
September 17, 2012. Submittals
shall be sealed and clearly
marked on the outside "Airport
General Consulting Services at
Perry Foley Airport." Statements
received after the closing time
will be returned unopened. The
bids shall be opened at 6:10
p.m. local time on September 17,
2012 in the Taylor County Board
of Commissioners regularly
scheduled Board meeting to be
held at 201 E. Green Street, Perry,


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FL 32347.
Questions regarding this RFQ
should be addressed in writing at
least ten days prior to the
specified submittal date to:
Ms. Melody Cox
County Grants Administrator
Taylor County
201 E. Green Street, Perry, FL
32347
Melodv.cox(@tavlorcountvaov.c
om
(850) 838-3553
A Consultant Selection
Committee will be established to
review and evaluate all
qualification statements
submitted. A firm may be
selected from the qualifications
statements, or if deemed
necessary, up to four firms will be
invited to make a formal
presentation to the. Airport
Advisory Committee and/or the
Taylor County Board of
Commissioners The format and
date of the presentation will be
established at the time of short-
listing, if undertaken.
The County recognizes fair and
open competition as a basic
tenet of public procurement.
Respondents doing business with
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discriminating on the basis of
race, color, creed, national
origin, handicap, age or sex. The
County encourages
Disadvantaged, Minority, and
Women-Owned Business
Enterprises to participate in its
RFQ process.
Taylor County reserves the right
to waive any informalities or
irregularities and to accept or
reject any and all submittals with
or without cause. The County
intends to accept the proposal
that, in its sole judgment,
represents the best interests of the
County.

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given pursuant
to Section 2.13 of the City
Charter of the City of Perry,
Florida, that Ordinance No. 910
was ADOPTED by the City
Council on August 28, 2012.
ORDINANCE NO. 910
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
ORDINANCE NO. 559; AN
ORDINANCE REQUIRING PERMITS
FOR CONNECTION TO THE CITY
OF PERRY SANITARY SEWER
SYSTEM, DEFINING SEWER


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COST THEREOF; AN ORDINANCE
REQUIRING A PAYMENT OF AN
IMPACT FEE FOR THE USE OF THE
CITY OF PERRY WASTEWATER
TREATMENT FACILITY CAPACITY,
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
Robert A. Brown Jr.,
City Manager
Daryl Gunter
Mayor

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given pursuant
to Section 2.13 of the City
Charter of the City of Perry,
Florida, that Ordinance No. 907,
Ordinance No. 908 and
Ordinance No. 909 were
ADOPTED by the City Council on
August 28, 2012.
ORDINANCE NO. 907
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PERRY, FLORIDA AUTHORIZING
THE ABANDONMENT OF PUBLIC
LAND, PROVIDING COVENANCE,
CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
FOR THE USE OF PUBLIC LAND,
AND PROVIDING FOR PERPETUAL
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CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
FOR THE USE OF PUBLIC LAND,
AND PROVIDING FOR PERPETUAL
EASEMENT FOR UTILITIES, AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 909
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PERRY, FLORIDA AUTHORIZING
THE ABANDONMENT OF PUBLIC
LAND, PROVIDING COVENANCE,
CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
FOR THE USE OF PUBLIC LAND,
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EASEMENT FOR UTILITIES, AND
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City Manager
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TAURUS Apr 21/May 21
Taurus, there are many opportunities
within your reach, but you are not sure
which way to go. Seek advice from
Sagittariuswhen you get a spare moment.

GEMINI May 22/Jun 21
Others can see you haven't been yourself
lately, Gemini. So relax and take a break
from something that's been bothering
you, and you will return to being your old
self. You won't be disappointed.

CANCER Jun22/Jul 22
Now is not the time for dawdling, Cancer.
You have a full plate of things to tackle
and it seems like the hours will be slipping
away. Recharge and get focused.

LEO -Jul 23/Aug 23
Leo, don't let anyone discourage you
when tackling a big project. As you have
proven time and again, you simply need
to establish a goal and your efforts will
help you achieve it.

VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22
Virgo, though you may not know where
your path will lead this week, you are
deeply aware that an adventure is in
store. Take some time to prepare your
mind and body.

LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23
Libra, no one will know who you truly
are unless you share a few secrets. You
don't have to give everything away, but
allow others in by sharing some personal
information.


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Scorpio, though you don't shy away
from challenges, you do know when
to pick your battles. When something
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it pass.

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Sagittarius, when a past conflict
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because that is ancient history. It is better
to focus on the positive things that are in
store for you.

SCAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20
Capricorn, when you love someone, it
can be difficult to step aside and let this
person make his or her own choices. But
this is what you have to do for lessons to
be learned.

AQUARIUS -Jan 21/Feb 18
Your eyes are bigger than your stomach at
work this week, Aquarius. Delegate some
tasks so everything goes smoothly and
your project is completed on time:

PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20
Learning from your weaknesses can help
you to grow stronger, Pisces. Accept a
challenge that is presented this week,
even if it scares you.


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