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Perry News-Herald
October 5-6, 2012


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Relay For Life Kick-
off is Monday
Taylor County Relay
For Life will hold a kick-off
extravaganza for the 2013
event Monday, Oct. 8, at the
Perry Woman's Club, starting
at 6 p.m.
'This year's theme is
'Journey Through the
Decades' and participating
teams will be setting up
refreshment tables at the
kick-off," Event Chair Tanya
O'Neal said.
The 20.13 Relay For Life
benefitting the American
Cancer Society will be
held May 17-18 at the
high school track.

JROTC holds car
wash Saturday
Taylor County High School
JROTC will hold a car wash
fundraiser Saturday, Oct. 6,
at Advance Auto Parts, from
7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The car -wash will accept
donations only.
"Our motivated cadets
would love to wash your car,
truck or van. All money raised
will help cover competition
travel expenses," organizers
said:

NAACP will meet
Tuesday
All NAACP members--past
and present--are encouraged
to attend a special meeting
Tuesday, Oct. 9, at Jerkins
Community Center, at 6 p.m.
"Residents in City District
1, represented by Sylvester
Harris, and City District 2,
represented by Alphonso
Dowdell, are also encouraged
to attend this meeting.
There are issues that need
to be addressed," said
Walter Bishop, president of
the Taylor County Branch
NAACP

TCMS launches
Spirit Week
Taylor County Middle
School will celebrate Spirit
Week Oct. 8-12, with a week
of fun "dress up" days for
students: 'Monday, Camo
Day; Tuesday, Pajama Day;
Wednesday, Wacky Tacky
Day; Thursday, Black Out;
and Friday "Best Grade on
Campus" Day.
"Best Grade" will be
awarded to the class (6th, 7th
or 8th grade) that earns the
most spirit points during Spirit
Week.
The winners will be
allowed to follow the school's
former dress code on Friday,
Oct. 12.
Taylor County Middle
School will face Suwannee
County on the football field
Thursday, Oct. 11, starting at
6 p.m.



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Infected bobcat


killed, rabies


alert issued


Weighing just 10 pounds,
Brandy is all fire and no
quit.
That's how Kohatha
Campbell describes the
petite Boston tenrrier who
charged a bobcat that
invaded her territory last
Friday.
The bobcat was shot


and killed by Campbell's
neighbor, and tested positive
for rabies.
The Taylor County Health
Department has issued a
rabies alert in response to
the finding.
"All citizens in Taylor
",* Please see page 3


The Taylor County
School Board unanimously
agreed Tuesday to modify
its 2012-13 school calendar,
tripling the number of early
release .days with the first
new one arriving next week.
Superintendent of
Schools Paul Dyal
recommended the changes


Taylor 'County's
annual celebration of all
things forestry will take
a magical turn this year
as the community opens
its storybook and begins
reading the words..."Once
Upon a Forest."
More than 20,000 people
from around the region are
expected at the 57th annual
Florida Forest Festival
on Saturday, Oct. 27, but
the month-long festivities
kick off this weekend
with the Distinguished
Young Women Program on
Saturday, Oct. 6, at 6 p.m. at
Forest Capital Hall.
The two honorees will be
joined by the festival's "wee
royalty" Saturday, Oct. 13,
with the crowning of the
Little King and Queen. The
pageant begins at 6 p.m.


last month, stating that the
move was necessary to give
teachers enough planning
times to deal with increased
paperwork requirements.
Due to a conflict
with the Taylor County
Value Adjustment Boaid,
"'* Please see page 13


Together, the quartet
will reign over the biggest
forestry celebration in the
state, which organizers say
will be filled with "magic
and excitement."
The festival kicks off in
earnest Wednesday, Oct.
24, when the carnival opens
for business on Industrial
Drive. The community is
invited to return the next
evening (Thursday, Oct. 25)
,,"* Please see page 8


(Above) County Attorney Conrad Bishop,
right, and Commission Chairman Pat Patterson
watch a coin Bishop flipped to determine which
firm would be awarded a county contract after
a review committee ranking resulted in a tie.
(Right) Only one firm was represented at the
meeting, and its representatives were given the
opportunity to make the call for "heads or tails."
They opted for "heads," which turned out to be
the winner. (Photos by Mark Viola)


Contractor award



decided by coin flip


People make decisions
quite often based on a coin
flip, whether it is where to
eat lunch or which movie to
see.
It is less common for
governments to use a coin
flip to choose a contractor,
but that's exactly what
happened Monday night
at the Taylor County
Commission's meeting.
The county has been


This is my funny face!
Florida Forest Festival Little King & Queen Pageant contestants show
their playful side during group photos taken at a recent practice. The junior
princes and princesses will take the stage at Forest Capital Hall Saturday,
Oct. 13, at 6 p.m.


seeking a firm to provide
program administration
services for the fiscal
year 2012-13 Community
Development Block Grant
(CDBG) and related
programs.
When the review
committee tallied its
ranking scores, however,
two firms--Jordan &
Associates and Guardian
Community Resources


Management, Inc.--had a tie
for first place.
Although the commission
was originally set to hear
presentations by both firms
with the commission then
breaking the tie, it was
determined that the Florida
Department of Economic
Opportunity (DEO) does
not allow firms to be ranked
,** Please see page 14


Habitat invites


you to join its


building team
Home ownership is sometimes a seemingly unattainable
dream. But in the 1990s, Taylor County Habitat for
Humanity helped make that dream come true for six local
families.
In the words of one local Habitat homeowner, "It was
truly a life-changing experience."
Habitat is once again looking to offer a local citizen
the opportunity of a lifetime and has announced a goal of
building one new home in 2013.
But before the first nail can be driven, "there is much
work to do," Habitat Vice President Cecile Hance said.
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TV guide.............. A-10
Classifieds........ A-12


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Early release


days for students


tripled by board


'Once Upon a


Forest' tells the


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Looking


Back


A-2 Perry News-Herald
October 5-6, 2012


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Shining bright
Whether they wore crowns or had medallions draped around their necks,
the young women selected to represent Taylor County as Florida Forest
Festival Queens, Junior Misses and Distinguished Young Women have
done their community proud. Shown here are (top) 1976 Queen Carol Fife,
(bottom, I to r), 2006 Junior Miss Jennifer Tedder, 2007 Junior Miss Lauren
Hardin and 2008 Distinguished Young Woman Shabrala Dunwoody.


JUNIOR MISSES ARE

DISTINGUISHED

YOUnG WOMeN
SCHOLARSHIP I LEADERSHIP | TALENT


1956
Carol Smithn
1957
lizabeth Blume
1958
JuJd Warren
1959
Mapmth Cartep'
1960
Wanda Morgan
1961
Hazel leddl
1962
Mildred Hendiry
1963
Suzanne Iedmon
1964,
Marie McMillan
1965
Ann Williamson
1966
Mapr K. BFilihart
1967
Mapy Clapk
1968
Ann Masseq
1969
IeLba McDaniel
1970
Martha Lott
1971
Georgia Puckett
1972
K\ay Grinep
1973
Shepyl Moore
1974
Susan Spadley


1975
Dam reprell
1976
Carol Fife
1977
Chapise Williams
1978
Kathleen Woodward
1979
Jogie FBown
1980
Diane Hagan
1981
Ihalia laakitsios
1982
Connie Wentwopth
1983
Amy Eckel
1984
Kathy Archer
1985
Denise Lewis
1986
Beth Davis
1987
Cindy Chasteen
1988
Mina Kpishnamuptky
1989
Allison Kinsey
1990
Jennifep McGlocklin
1991
Lopi Cannon
1992
Shelly Ferguson
1993
Angie Bpadshaw


1994
CG ristl Masse
1995
Callie Whitfirld
1996
Emily Murphy
1997
Nimi Datel
1998
Lydia Veal
1999
Lori Jones
2000
Kaci Blue
2001
Aslhley Wigglesworth
2002
Leah Brooks
2003
Sarah Milam
2004
Jessica Manning
2005
Allison Bassett
2006
Jennifer lTedder
2007
Lauren Hardin
2008
Shakbala Dunwoody
2009
Maisie Wilson
2010
Maryketh Clark
2011
Ja'Bayla Bell
2012
To be Named Satupday


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THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
September 22, 1977

PAGEANT BUZZ
As the 2012 Distinguished
Young Women program
prepares for a Saturday
evening culmination, this
edition of the Perry News-
Herald spotlighted four of
the candidates for the 1977
Florida Forestry Queen
Pageant:
Jimmime Lee, a senior at
Taylor County High School
(TCHS), cheerleader and
member of a family of
seven. She planned to
attend the Ringling School
of Arts in Sarasota;
Debbie Mathis, a 17-year-
old graduate of TCHS
(1976), supported by the


Perry Kiwanis Club; she
was the youngest of six
children;
Cynthia New, sponsored
by the Perry Elks Club,
and spotlighted for her
top grades and the pilot's
license she recently earned;
And Susan Millinor, a
17-year-old student and
cheerleader who worked
part-time with Dr. Charles
Blalock as well as helping
with her family's farming
operation.

THE GRITS
ARE HERE
Peck Smith and Annette
Aaron were pictured with
a truckload of grits which
arrived from the Quaker
Oats company, to be served


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with 9,000 pounds of mullet
at the upcoming Florida
Forest Festival.

WEDDING FAL-DE-RAH
Retta O'Quinn and Neal
Williams were married Sept.
2 in a double-ring ceremony
at the First Baptist Church;
Laurie Ann O'Quinn was
the flower girl.
Jan Tuten and Don
Brannen exchanged
wedding vows on Aug. 19
in the First Baptist Church.
Susanne Bish was maid of
honor.

ELEVEN BABIES!!
Christopher Doyle
Woods was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Doyle A. Woods Jr.,
weighing 6 pounds and 10
ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Chuck
Wilson announced the birth
of their daughter, Elizabeth
Rahchelle, on Sept. 10 at
Tallahassee Memorial.
Donald Conrad Cook
was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Danny Cook on Sept. 4 at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
(DMH). He weighed 7
pounds, 10.25 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Cruce announced the birth
of their daughter, Kristina
JoAnn, on Sept. 9 at DMH.
Monica Lynn Johnson
was the newest resident
of Mayo, born Sept. 10
at DMH to Mr. and Mrs.
Tommy Johnson.
Ira Glenn Simons was
born to Mr. and Mrs. James
Simons on Sept. 16 at
Tallahassee Memorial.


Eva Jolean Ellison was
added to the family of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Ellison
of Steinhatchee. She was
born at DMH, weighing
8 pounds.
Brandi Jo Jones arrived
at DMH on Sept. 10, born to
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Thomas announced the
birth of their daughter,
Cheryl Suzanne, on Sept, 6
at DMH.
Tonya June Whiddon was
born to Mr. and Mrs. Daryl
Whiddon of Greenville on
Sept. 10 at DMH.
Mr. and Mrs. William
Bowden welcomed a new
son, Charles Edward, born
Sept. 13 at DMH.

BULLDOGS RIP
MONTICELLO
The Taylor County High
School Bulldogs staged a
come-from-behind assault
on the Monticello Tigers
defeating them 20-14.
Junior quarterback Sammy
Williams passed for two
touchdowns while fullback
James Barryon ran five
yards for the other.

SORORITY HOLDS
FASHION SHOW
Mu Omega chapter of
Beta Sigma Phi held an
international luncheon and
fashion show at the home of
Seamelia Hendry. Models
pictured in this edition
included Cathy Hammond,
Debbie Hill and Anne
Hendry. Fashions were
provided by Vera's.


It's Gov. Collins
Last week, we asked for help in identifying
people featured in a group of photos. Two sharp-
eyed readers quickly recognized Florida Gov.
Leroy Collins, who is shown above wearing a suit
and tie.




How beautifully leaves grow old. How full
of light and color are their last days.
--John Burroughs

Autumn mornings: sunshine and crisp air,
birds and calmness, year's end and day's
beginnings.
--Terri Guillemets

There ought to be a way to combine
"autumn" and "morning" into one word,
the combination of the two is special
enough to be its own entity.
--Percy Bysshe Shelley

Everyone must take time to sit
and watch the leaves turn.
--Elizabeth Lawrence


Volume 19

now available for purchase
Taylor County
Historical Society
Open every Thursday 1-5 p.m.


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A-3 Perry News-Herald October 5-6, 2012


Animal control: 'Vaccinate, vaccinate, vaccinate'


RABIES ALERT
Continued from page 1
County should be aware
that rabies is present in the
wild animal population and
domestic animals are at
risk if not vaccinated. The
public is asked to maintain
a heightened awareness that
rabies is active in Taylor
County. Alerts are designed
to increase awareness to
the public. The rabies alert
is for 60 days. The bobcat
was found off Beach Road,
but this should not give a
false sense of security to
other areas of the county,"
health department Director
Stephen Tullos said.
The experience left
Campbell not only shaken,
but determined to alert

Habitat meeting
slated Thursday
HABITAT
Continued from page 1
"We can't do this
without the help of our
community. We need active
Habitat members, a board
of directors and funding
assistance to help build a
new house. We need our
citizens to step forward
to help provide this life-
changing experience of
home ownership to families
living in substandard
housing," she said.
Hance and Habitat
Executive Director Emily
Simpson invite individuals
interested in participating
in the revitalizing of
Taylor County Habitat
for Humanity to attend
the group's next regular
meeting set Thursday, Oct.
11, at Capital City Bank
(Room 208). The meeting
will begin at 5:30 p.m.
"Please come prepared
to offer your support as a
board member, committee
member or active volunteer."


everyone to the dangers
they could face from a rabid
animal.
"'He was not afraid of me
at all-he came walking
out of my garage and got
within two to three feet of
me. That's when Brandy
charged," she said.
"I was able to get my other
dog, Susie, inside. In fact,
she came running straight
to me. Even when the fight
was over, the bobcat didn't
run off. He didn't charge
us, but he wasn't afraid of
gunshots or anything. I tried
to kill him, but I missed.
He just walked around
and then started toward
the neighbor's house.
Thankfully, my neighbor
was able to take care of him.
Once the bobcat was dead,


we wailed until animal
control arrived and turned
the remains over to them,"
Campbell said.
"The amazing thing is that
both Brandy and Susie (who
is a Jack Russell/Daschund
mix Campbell has raised
from a puppy) have both
survived being snake bitten,
and Brandy was mauled by
a coyote and survived."
Campbell hopes the odds
remain in Brandy's favor and
has relinquished ownership
to the Boston Terrier Rescue
in Tallahassee.
"Because she wasn't
vaccinated, she will have
to be quarantined for six
months. A very nice clinic
in Tallahassee has agreed
to take her in and I am so
appreciative for that. Susie,


who got only a little scratch
trying to get away from the
bobcat, will be quarantined
at my home. The attack was
within the same time period
of her rabies shot and I'll
just have to keep a close
watch on her."
Campbell, who lives in
the area of Davis Walker
Road, said this is the first
bobcat she has seen around
her property.
"We have had coyotes
come into the yard, but they
scare off pretty easily. Not
this bobcat though... we
heard this awful scream and
he just wasn't afraid of us at
all. He just kept screaming
and screaming. And I knew
something wasn't right."
Animal Control
Coordinator Carrie L.


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Smith reminds pet owners
to "vaccinate, vaccinate,
vaccinate. There is a low-
cost shot clinic here once
a month at J&M Feed
and Helping Hands of the
Shelter offers low cost
clinics on a regular basis
as well. If a wild animal
attacks, do what you must
to protect yourself, but
remember that in order for
it to be tested for rabies, the
head must be intact. Also,
once you kill an animal you


suspect might be infected,
do not touch it. Just wait
until animal control arrives."
Tullos echoed her
warnings, stating, "An
animal with rabies could
infect other wild animals or
domestic animals that have
not been vaccinated against
rabies. Domestic animals
should be vaccinated and
wildlife contact should
be avoided, especially
raccoons, bats, bobcats and
foxes.


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A-4 Perry News-Herald October 5-6, 2012


SCome one, come all


Auction, bbq in Shady Grove


Bryler Kason Reams


Population adds 2

Bryler Kason Reams
John and Kelli Reams announce the birth of their son,
Bryler Kason, on Aug. 30, 2012, at 3:07 p.m. in Capital
Regional Medical Center. He weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces
and was 20.5 inches long.
James Parker Sr. and Ronda Roberts of Perry are
the maternal grandparents. The baby's maternal great
grandparents include Buddy and Linda Parker of Buckville,
and the late Howard and Carol Roberts.
David and Diana Reams of Perry are the paternal
grandparents.
The new arrival was welcomed home by three brothers:
Kaden, Kolton and Austin.

Addison McKenna Hunter


Timmy Hunter and
Chelcy McGuire of Perry
announce the birth of
their daughter, Addison
McKenna Hunter, on Aug.
24, 2012, at 6:20 p.m. in
the Women's Pavilion of
Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital.
She weighed 6 pounds,
14 ounces and was 20.25
inches long.
Maternal grandparents
are Carol Taylor, Jerry
and Heather McGuire.
The baby's maternal great
grandparents are Rene
McGuire and Jerry McGuire
Sr.
Paternal grandparents
include Lamar and Tee
Hunter, Susie and Donald
Blue. Paternal great
grandparents include


Margie Hunter and the late
Toby Hunter.
Addison McKenna was
welcomed home by two
sisters, Aubrie Hunter and
Zoey Jones.


Addison McKenna
Hunter


By FLORRIE BURROUGHS
Who will be
crowned?
It's just a matter of hours
until the Shady Grove
Little Miss, Princess and
Queen will be crowned.
The containers have been
collected from Rocky's
Shady Grove Store and the
monies have been counted
by two of the council
members plus a couple of
Shady Grove citizens. No
one will know the winner
(other than the counters)
until Saturday, Oct. 6, at
11:30 a.m. at the Shady
Grove Community Park.
What an exciting time for
all the contestants!
On that same day we will
have an auction and BBQ
lunch. Registration for the
auction will begin at 9:30
a.m. and the auction will
begin at 10 a.m. Lunch
will be served right after
the crowning ceremony
featuring pulled pork,
beans, slaw, bread and drink
for $5.
According to Claire
Hatcher, Shady Grove
Citizens Council (SGCC)
chair, it looks like we will
have a great day at the
auction since a lot of good
items have been donated as
well as a lot of great door
prizes. Cakes from some
mighty fine bakers will also
be auctioned.
Thanks are due!
The events we have for
the community would not
be possible without the
generous donations and the
wonderful volunteers who-


-without fail--help us each
time. The Shady Grove
community is blessed to


Dec. 15, just prior to the
drawing. You do not have
to be present to win.


Cindy Taylor, Barry (Butch)
Taylor, Wendy Slaughter,
Dickie Bass, Richard


Shady Grove Volunteer Fire Department members Gary Holden, Norma
Holden and Steve Wentz receive check from SGCC Chair Claire Hatcher.


have help from so many. A
great supporter is Mr. Joe
Mattingly of Rocky's Shady
Grove Store who supports
our events throughout the
year. He is always willing
to allow us to use his store to
display our posters, sell our
tickets, and he has always
made generous donations to
our events. Thanks Rocky's
and everyone who helps us!
Plan for
Christmas!
We will be giving away
a 16-foot double tree stand,
a game camera and a game
feeder at the Dec. 15th Third
Annual Country Christmas.
Tickets are $1 each and will
go on sale on Oct. 6 at the
Community Park where the
package will be on display.
Ticket sales will end on


How did it start?
The Shady Grove
Citizens Council, Inc.,
(SGCC) was created by a
few hard-working citizens
who wanted to see great
things done for the citizens
of Shady Grove and the
surrounding community.
The council became
incorporated on Sept. 30,
2011. The purpose of the
council, as stated in the
by-laws and the articles
of incorporation, is "to
promote events for the
enjoyment and enrichment
of the citizens of Shady
Grove and the surrounding
community."
Current members are:
Claire Hatcher, Steve
Wentz, JoAnn Wilson, Jean
McMullen, Red McMullen,


Hatcher, Glenn Dice and
Florrie Burroughs.
Giving back
Funds we receive fund
the Shady Grove Country
Christmas each year and
other community events.
The Shady Grove Volunteer
Fire Department also
receives donations from the
SGCC throughout the year.
It is our hope, when
funds are available, to
provide a covering over the
playground equipment at the
Community Park to prevent
injury to our children from
the equipment that gets
too hot during the long
summer days. Currently the
playground equipment is
not used during the summer
because it becomes too hot
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A-5 Perry News-Herald October5-6, 2012


Obituary


Bessie Kasell
Simons
Bessie Kasell Simons.
76, died Wednesday, Oct.
3, 2012, at her residence in
Perry.


Funeral services will
be held today (Friday) at
2 p.m. at Beggs Funeral
Home Chapel with the Rev.
Gary French officiating.
Interment will follow at
Woodlawn Cemetery.


Card of Thanks


Dixon
The family of the late
Derek L. Dixon are thankful
to God and grateful to you
who have been so kind and
loving to us.
Be assured that the
word of comfort, deeds,
prayers, food, calls and
flowers received during
our bereavement are deeply
appreciated.
We give thanks to all
the law enforcement
departments for doing an
awesome job on the arrest
of the man who did this evil
thing to my son.
We give a special thanks
to the Rev. Jones who
brought the message from
Luke 10:25-37 ("Know
your neighbor").
We give special thanks to
the U.S. Army for honoring
my son. We thank Evans-
Walker Funeral Home and
their staff for a beautiful
job well done. We give a
special thanks to the Rev.
Spradley for his message at


Derek's memorial service.
(Eccl. 3:1-15- "A time for
everything.")
May the grace of our
heavenly father who is a
compassionate God bless
and keep you in his care
eternally. Please continue to
pray for the family.
Thank you!
Griffin, Smith
and Dixon families


Family members will
receive friends one hour
prior to service.
Donations can be made
to Big Bend Hospice,
1723 Mahan Center Blvd.,
Tallahassee, FL 32308.
Beggs Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

Raymond Cecil
Ladner
Raymond Cecil Ladner,
died Sunday, Sept. 30, 2012.
He was a resident of
Pottstown, Pa., for the past
few years and a former
resident of Steinhatchee.
He was the son of Martin
Ladner and Florence
Katherine Smith of Prince
Edward Island, Canada.


Mr. Ladner was a general
contractor in the building
trade. He built innovative
homes and did remodeling
in Connecticut and Vermont
He was preceded in death
by his wife, Lorraine Carol
Abbott: his parents; and a
sister, Shirley True Ladner
Usiatynski of Syracuse,. N.Y.
Survivors include: two
sons, R. Martin (Stephanie
Mae Doss) Ladner of
Montgomery, Ala.; and John
Robert (Joanne Violetta
Houle) Ladner of Golden.
Colo.; a daughter, Carol Ann
White of Pottstown, Pa.; and
a host of grandchildren,
great-grandchildren, nieces,
nephews, other relatives and
friends.
Memorial services will be


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p.m. at Steinhatchee United
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A-6 Perry News-Herald October 5-6, 2012


Trinity invites
all on Sunday
Trinity House of
Praise invites everyone to
fellowship and worship, on
Sunday, Oct. 7, at 5 p.m.
Pastor Sylvester Robinson
and the St. Mark's MB
Church will lead the service.


Is another 'Celebrate


Recovery' class needed?


Answer a few questions: Do you
have family members who struggle with
addiction? Are you caught in their pain?
Were your parents alcohol or drug
addicts? Do you try to help people too
much, enabling them tO continue in a
destructive lifestyle?
Do you have anger, trust or even eating
issues? Do you need help with an addiction
to pornography? Are you grieving?
If you answered "yes" to any of these
questions, friends in the community urge
you to consider Celebrate Recovery (CR)
as it begins a new series of classes with step


groups which offer "healing for your soul."
"Healing for your soul is as vital as
healing for your body," organizers remind,
commending this 12-step ministry for
people with hurts, habits or hang-ups.
As a joint ministry of First Presbyterian
and First Baptist churches, step groups will
begin again in November, one for men and
another for women. Each group will run for
nine months.
If you would like to reserve your spot or
get more information, call Melody at 584-
7619, or 584-7066. The cost is $16 for the
book.


O- -DAY, ON MESSAGE ON STAND.


Meet at

the field
For the third year, students
from Taylor County High
School will join other youth
from across the nation on
Wednesday, Oct. 10, sharing
their Christian beliefs and
heritage during the event,
"Fields of Faith."


2 Homecomings Sunday

New Home observes 71st Taunton speaks at Lake Bird
For its 71st Homecoming, New Home Lake Bird Methodist Church will celebrate
Baptist Church will welcome Jackie Pettrey Homecoming on Sunday, Oct. 7, at 11
to lead the 11 a.m. worship service. Special a.m. with the Rev. David Taunton as guest
music will be provided by the choir and speaker. A former Shady Grove Circuit
Leah Brooks Mills. pastor, Taunton serves as director of the
A "wonderful Homecoming meal" will Taunton Children's Home in Wewahitchka.
follow the service. Pastor Chuck Dugan Dinner and fellowship will follow the
invites everyone in the community to attend. service; everyone is cordially invited.

TIDBITS: When the going gets tough...
By SARAH HALL
Don't forget that the First Bethlehem District Association convenes Oct. 8-12 at
Evergreen Missionary Baptist Church in Madison where the Rev. Sims Alexander is pastor.
The Rey. Dr. J.B. Duval is moderator and invites everyone to attend.
Please pray for the bereaved family of Willie Caldwell Jr. of Panama City. He was a cousin
of Juanita Calloway. Prayers also for Jean Ester Lee at Doctors' Memorial Hospital; Susan
Lafrance, Ruby Britt and Connie Sumner; Mae Dell Hawkins at home, Alma Jean Ingram
in TMH, Fredrick Colson of Jacksonville, A.D. Jones, Patricia Anderson and Thelma
Newberry at home; Thelma Fletcher undergoing rehab, Jean and Kenny Stohr, Ester
Gonzales, Judy Bethea, Lonnie Henry, Linda Allred, Johnny Sego, C.J. Melton,Verdie
Gunter, Allen Sisk, Sue Reed, Lane Sadler, Nelda Bell, Cindy Nelson and Denver Painter.
Tough times? When the going gets tough, the old saying is, the tough get going. In II
Corinthians 12, we see, "My grace is sufficient for thee; for my strength is made perfect in
weakness. Most gladly therefore would I rather glory in my infirmities (weaknesses) that
the power of Christ may rest upon me." (Excerpts)
In these difficult times in our lives, we should see God's principle in our suffering.
Adversities will surely come-don't panic, but look for God's purposes. We must pray
fervently in the midst of our sufferings. We should look for God's provisions in tough
times because He always makes a way for us. He promised to never leave or forsake us
We should hold to God's promises, claiming His power and praising Him for his love and
mercy. The joy of the Lord is our strength, so when the going gets tough, praise God from
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To try and take advantage of milder weather,
a community clean-up day is being planned
for Pisgah Cemetery on the morning of
Saturday, October 13.
The Taylor County Commission manages
mowing at Pisgah Cemetery, as budget
allows, utilizing county equipment and inmate
labor, so our goals for Saturday are trash
pick-up and haul-off, tree-trimming, fence line
cleaning, and general grounds maintenance.
If you have tools and equipment that will be
helpful with these tasks such as trailers,
tree- trimming equipment, gloves or trash
bags, please bring them. Everyone can
contribute so come by and help us show
respect for our families and community by
spending a little time maintaining one of
Taylor County's historic cemeteries.
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A-7 Perry News-Herald October 5-6,2012


Keaton Beach Deer disease found in North Florida

Fishing Report Florida is the latest state said Dr. Mark Cunningham, number. In addition to states are reporting EHD
to report the presence of wildlife veterinarian for the Florida, at least 12 other cases.


BY PAT MCGRIFF
onemorecast@gtcom.net
Trout were simply on fire
this weekend especially for
those who fished the local
Elks Club tourney Saturday.
Everyone caught fish and
most boats had their limit.
Although no one sent me
any results, I do know that
Aaron Portwood and Shawn
Burney (of Perry) won the
top prize for the five fish slot
of 10.33 pounds.
Congrats to you both!
Aaron and Shawn fished live
pinfish under Cajuns and
Back Bays to win their prize.
My charter of three
Saturday from Tifton, Ga.,
had 13 trout and two reds
with two trout over 20
inches. We fished live pins
under Back Bay Thunders in
3.5 4 feet of water.
The floating grass is still
tough especially on a west
w-i-n-d but fishing with
a Cajun or a Back Bay
simplifies the problem. Some
folks are catching sand trout
from Keaton both South and
North, which is rare for this
time of year. We usually
see the sand trout in colder
weather.


Here are some reports
from Keaton Beach Marina:
Charles Brown, with three
on board, had 12 trout and 30
sand trout using Gulp under
a float on Saturday.
Cameron Foskey of
Valdosta, Ga., had a nice 20-
inch trout using live pinfish
under a Cajun Thunder last
Friday.
Also last Friday, Robert
and Tincy Setter of Tifton,
Ga., had their limit of 10
trout using Gulp and pinfish
under Cajuns in 3.5 4 feet
of water.
Kevin Will of Americus,
Ga., had 15 trout (to 19
inches) for the crew of three
on his boat and 17 sand trout,
fishing with live shrimp and
Gulp in 4 5 feet of water
late last week.
Ronnie and Sandy Talent
of Lake Park, Ga., had 6 trout
and 4 rock bass using New
Penny Gulp under Cajuns
from-4-4.5 feet of water last
Thursday.
On Saturday, Melvin and
Anna Cruce from Lilburn,
Ga., had their limit of 10
trout using New Penny Gulp
under Cajuns from 4 5 feet
of water.


Dove season opens
The first phase of dove phase and from one-half
season opens this Saturday. hour before sunrise until
The first phase runs from sunset in the second (Nov.
Oct. 6 until Oct. 29. Legal 10-25) and third (Dec.
to take are mourning and 8-Jan. 6) phases.
white-winged doves. The The daily bag limit
shooting hours are.from 12 is 15 birds with 30 in
noon until sunset in the first possession.

Gag grouper workshop

scheduled here Oct. 11
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
(FWC) will host a workshop next week to gather public
input on Gulf of Mexico gag grouper.
The workshop focus will be determining the public's
preferred dates for the 2013 Gulf gag grouper recreational
fishing season. Potential changes to the Gulf of Mexico gag
grouper bag limit will also be discussed.
The workshop is from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 11 at the Perry
City Council Meeting Room, 224 S. Jefferson St., in Perry.
This workshop is a first step in determining the 2013
federal and state Gulf gag grouper recreational season.

TIDE TABLE


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Low 11:52 AM
High 6:25 PM
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tailed deer herd. This viral
disease has been confirmed
in two deer and suspected in
at least 10 others from North
Florida that were examined
this year.
EHD is an insect-borne
disease, transmitted to deer
by small biting flies known
as midges or "no-see-ums."
The disease can cause
illness or death in individual
deer but should disappear
when freezing temperatures
halt insect activity. EHD
cannot be transmitted to
humans or pets; however,
as a general rule, people
should avoid consuming
sick or unhealthy deer.
"This is a disease that you
typically see in late summer
or the fall, and it often occurs
after periods of drought,"


Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC).
"The good news is we
don't expect long-term
impacts to our state's deer
herd."
Deer infected with EHD
may have pronounced
swelling of the head, neck,
and tongue, and often have
large ulcers in the mouth.
Infected deer are often
found near water and may
be lethargic, lame and
emaciated.
The FWC is monitoring
the health of the state's deer
herd and is examining deer
for EHD and other diseases.
Sightings of sick or dead
deer can be reported to the
FWC by calling 866-CWD-
WATCH (866-293-9282),
which is the state's chronic
wasting disease hotline


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for the "fabulous" fireworks
display at Perry-Foley
Airport beginning at 8:30
p.m.
Friday night (Oct. 26)
will see festivities move to
historic downtown Perry for
the Strutt Your Mutt Dog
Parade at 5 p.m.; the annual
Kids' Parade, a procession
of children dressed in their
best storybook-inspired
forestry costumes around the
courthouse square, at 6 p.m.;
and the Gaslight Classic Car
Parade at 7 p.m. A street
dance on Main Street next
to the courthouse parking
lot will cap the evening's
events. Concessions, kids'
games and more will also be
featured.
Saturday morning of
"festival day" (Oct. 27) will
bring the annual King Tree
Parade passing through
Downtown Perry along
Jefferson Street beginning
at 10 a.m.
Following the parade,
everyone will travel to
Forest Capital State Park for
the rest of the festival.
Some 75 arts and crafts
vendors are expected at the
festival, opening at 9 a.m.
along with dozens of special
concessions and food
booths.
Forestry-related events
include professional
lumberjack shows (at 12
noon, 2:30 and 4 p.m.),
a kid's lumberjack camp
(beginning at 2:30 p.m.),
chainsaw competition,
loader competition and
cross cut saw competition.
The World's Largest Free
Fish Fry starts at 12 noon as
an estimated 6,000 people
will receive a free lunch of
fried catfish, baked beans
and hushpuppies.
The mainstage
entertainment begins at
12:30 p.m. and will include
performances from the The
Grapevine along with local
bands Alibi and Broken
Trust.
Throughout the day,
visitors will be able to view
displays from the Florida
Forest Service and the Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission, walk through
demonstrations of historic
Florida Cracker lifestyle,
visit the classic car show
and listen to storytellers
under the pines.
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October 5-6, 2012


There is no such thing as time travel--not
/et at least--but I've seen and read enough
novies and stories to know one of the
:ardinal rules of bending the laws of time
md space is that you should never meet
yourself.
In the words of Egon in "Ghostbusters,"
'never cross the streams." Of course, he
vas referring to something else entirely, but
he intent holds true.
Of course if you did meet your future
;elf, just think of the questions you could
isk. What advice he or she could provide?


What situations to avoid.
Nhat opportunities shouldn't
)e missed.
Sure, this might just create
;ome kind of unsolvable time
)aradox, but it's usually best
o ,ignore such things until
hey rip the fabric of the
diverse apart.
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further Assume you're a
litman, one who kills people
'rom the future. What if your
atest hit was yourself?
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behind writer/director
Zian Johnson's ("Brick," "The Brothers
3loom") latest film, "Looper." If that was
he sole driving force of the film, "Looper"
Mould have probably still been a solid
;ci-fi action movie, but the fact that it is
)nly one plotline--and ultimately not even
he most important one--allows the film to
becomee an exceptional science fiction tale,
killed with moral quandaries and compelling
questions.
"Looper" is set in 2072 and follows Joe
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, "The Dark Knight
Rises"), a hitman tasked with killing victims
;ent back in time from 30 years in the
future He and his fellow Loopers are paid
handsomely for their work, and enjoy the
Irugs and women which tend to come with
hat kind of money. Sooner or later,however,
tach will be tasked with closing their loop,
killing one last target--their future selves--
refore retiring to enjoy the next 30 years.
When Joe's future self (Bruce Willis,
'RED") arrives, however, he escapes,
making them both a target for his boss Abe
Jeff Daniels, "The Newsroom"). But the
olderr Joe has more on his mind than simply
lot getting killed by his younger self. He
mnows the future and he's willing to do
mything to change it...and save it.


THEATRE

SEPT. 28 OCT. 6
The Quincy Music Theatre
opens its new season with
"Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat."
Season tickets are now
available online for $50 for
adults and $45 for students
and seniors. A special gala
will be held Feb. 21, 2013,
and season tickets including
the event are $65 for adults
and $60 for seniors. For more
information or to purchase
tickets, visit www.qmt.org.
OCT. 5-14
The Florida State University
School of Theatre opens its
2012-13 season with Beth
Henley's Pulitzer Prize-
winning "Crimes of the
Heart" at the Lab Theatre in
Tallahassee. Set in the small
town of Hazlehurst, Miss., in
1978, the story follows the
MaGrath sisters as they face
crisis after crisis. Showtimes
are Oct. 5-6 and 10-13 at
8 p.m. and Oct.7 and 14
at 2 p.m. Tickets are $20
for adults, $18 for seniors
(62+) and $10 for students.
For more information or
to purchase tickets, visit
online at theatre.fsu.edu or
call at 850-644-6500. The
Lab Theatre is located at
502 South Copeland St. in
Tallahassee.
OCT. 11-28
The Tallahassee Little
Theatre presents its
production of "Frankenstein,"
based on the classic


There is a lot more to "Looper" than this,
but thankfully the trailers don't spoil the
best secrets and I will not undo their work
here. Suffice it to say, however, the film is
determined to tell a more serious story than
one might expect, which is rarely a bad
thing.
"Looper" is also a violent film, brutally
so at times, but the violence here serves the
plot, unlike other movies like "Dredd" and
"Resident Evil," whose plots exist simply
to provide excuses for the bloodshed. That's
not to say the action isn't good, because it
is. Johnson not only creates
a wonderfully detailed future
world, he populates it with
interesting characters and
then sets them against each
other with bloody results.
Gordon-Levitt, who has
P E 1R already had two solid roles
this year between "The Dark
Knight" and "Premium
Rush," continues to add to
his career with a gritty turn
as Joe. The character, and in
turn the movie, works because
he is not altogether likable, a
drug addict and killer. His
relationships are superficial and his only
true love is money. The glimpses we get to
see of his future show he isn't set to change
after retirement--at least not for many
years--continuing to kill to feed his other
habits.
It is through his confusion that we get
to see the others involved in this story,
including his own future self and the
mysterious Sara (Emily Blunt, "The Five-
Year Engagement"), people who are willing
to die to save the ones they love...and
willing to kill.
Gordon-Levitt underwent daily makeup
to make his features more similar to those
of Willis, but the two actors deliver co-
performances that drive home the concept.
They are not on screen together very often,
but when they are, the chemistry and tension
is palatable.
Good science fiction asks questions. Great
science fiction makes us ask questions. I had
more than a few upon leaving the theatre
after seeing "Looper." Fans of intriguing
stories and smart action films should find
this one well worth the price of admission.
The film is rated R for strong violence,
language, some sexuality/nudity and drug
content.


THEATRE
novel by Mary Shelley.
Set in nineteenth-century
Switzerland, this tale of
horror and suspense details
the ill-fated experiments of
young Dr. Frankenstein as
he attempts to fathom the
secrets of life and death.
Purchasing cadavers from
two unsavory grave robbers,
he gives life to a creature
both hideous and touching.
Showtimes are Oct. 11-13,
19-20 and 26-27 at 8 p.m.
and Oct. 14, 21 and 28 at
2 p.m. Tickets are $20 for
adults, $15 for seniors and
$10 for students. They can
be purchased online at
tallahasseelittletheatre.org
or by calling 850-224-8474.
The theatre is located at
1861 Thomasville Rd. in
Tallahassee.
OCT. 11-20
Tallahassee Community
College's Theatre TCC
presents "Sylvia" at Turner
Auditorium, part of TCC's
Fine & Performing Arts
Center. What happens when
Man's Best Friend comes
between a man and his wife?
Watch as Sylvia (a talking,
lovable canine) captures the
heart of Greg (her owner)
in this hilarious comedy.
Showtimes are Oct. 11-13
and 18-20 at 8 p.m. Tickets
are $10 for adults, $7 for
seniors, $5 for students and
children, and free to TCC
students. To purchase tickets,
call 850-644-6500 or visit
www.tickets.fsu.edu. For
more information, visit www.


THEATRE
tcc.fl.edu.
OCT. 19-20
North Florida Community
Theatre's 2012-13 season
continues with "Faith County"
at 7 p.m. at Van H. Priest
Auditorium, located on the
NFCC campus in Madison.
Prepare yourself for non-stop
laughter with this hilarious
comedy. A colorful collection
of good ol' country folk
gather 'round for this year's
county fair, and there's stiff
competition in the arts and
crafts category. Tickets are
$6. For more information, visit
online at www.nfcc.edu or call
850-973-9481.
CLASSICAL MUSIC
OCT. 14
The Tallahassee Artist Series
kicks off its 2012-13 season
with the Brasil Guitar Duo
featuring Jo0o Luiz and
Douglas Lora. Winner of
the Concert Artists Guild
International Competition,
the duo is equally at home
on a classical or world
music series featuring a
seamless blend of traditional
and Brazilian works.The
concert will begin at 4 p.m.
at Opperman Music Hall
in Tallahassee. Tickets are
$30 for adults and $10 for
students can be purchased
by calling 850-224-9934.
For more information, visit
theartistseries.com.
Call us at 850-584-5513
to add your event.


The Florida State University School of Theatre kicks off its 201 2-13
season tonight (Friday) with the opening of "Crimes of the Heart" at the
Lab Theatre in Tallahassee. Shown above are Denee Lortz as Lenny, Emily
Ross as Meg, and Leryn Turlington as Babe.


Missing 'Crimes of the


Heart' would be a crime


By MARK VIOLA
Staff writer
Southern fiction, perhaps
more than any other genre,
has mastered the art of
laughing at life's joys and
sorrows in equal measure.
This holds true regardless
of the medium, whether it's
films like "Steel Magnolias"
or literature such as the works
of Flannery O'Connor.
It is also true with Beth
Henley's Pulitzer Prize-
winning "Crimes of the
Heart," which opens tonight
(Friday) at the Lab Theatre
in Tallahassee as the first
production of the Florida
State University School of
Theatre's 2012-13 season.
There is joy and sorrow
in "Crimes of the Heart,"
and although the latter
often outweighs the former,
Henley's witty script
combined with stellar
performances from the FSU
cast ensures the story never
falls into despair, even if its
characters sometimes do.
The story, a tragic
comedy, centers around the
three MaGrath sisters, their
problems, their heartaches
and the crimes of the heart
each has committed.
Set in the small town
of Hazlehurst, Miss., in
1978, the story follows the
sisters as they face crisis
after crisis. Oldest sister
Lenny (FSU senior Denee
Lortz) has devoted herself
to caring for their sick
grandfather. Youngest sister
Babe Botrelle (FSU junior
Leryn Turlington) is married
to one of the most powerful
men in town. Middle sister
Meg (FSU sophomore
Emily Ross) returns home
to Hazlehurst at the start of
the play after news reaches
her than Babe has shot her
husband.
Obviously Babe's "crime
of the heart" drives much of
the story, but each sister has
her own trials both present
and past. We often judge
ourselves by our failures
rather than successes, and
in a small town, there are
plenty of others to join in,


personified by the sisters'
cousin Chick Boyle (FSU
senior Sara Jackson), who is
less concerned about Babe's
future than she is about how
the scandal will affect her
standing in the various social
clubs to which she belong.
Rounding out the cast are
FSU senior Chris Martin
as local lawyer Barnette
Lloyd and FSU senior Lukas
Vlasnik as Doc Porter.
"These are real living,
breathing people going
through some serious,
serious things, but in the
meantime we are just able
to laugh and have fun with
them," said director Matt
Silva.
Those serious things
include adultery, abuse and
suicide, and the cast gives
them the weight they deserve
coupled with dry comedic
timing that captures the
Southern aesthetic imbued
in the stage play. The
actors here have set the bar
exceptionally high for this
season at FSU.


Reunions are often a
time of reconciliation and
joy, but they also dredge up
old wounds and unfulfilled
dreams. Together once
again, the MaGrath sisters
must face their crimes of
the heart, both literal and
figurative, and find a way to
persevere, and maybe even
laugh while they do.
Showtimes for "Crimes of.
the Heart" are Oct. 5-6 and
10-13 at 8 p.m. and Oct. 7
and 14 at 2 p.m. at the Lab
Theatre. Tickets are $20 for
adults, $18 for seniors (62+)
and $10 for students.
Due to some language and
thematic material, the play is"
recommended for those ages
13 and up.
For more information
regarding tickets and season
passes, visit online at theatre.
fsu.edu or call the ticket
office at 850-644-6500.
The Lab Theatre is located
at 502 South Copeland St.
in Tallahassee. Free parking
is available in the garage
across the street.


"Crimes of the Heatr" will run from Oct. 5-14
in the Lab Theatre, on Copeland Street between
St. Augustine and Lafayette streets.


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The month of tricks and
treats is here, sure to supply
more than our fill of horror
and adventure at the movies.
This weekend kicks off the
action with three new films
opening in wide release.
Up first is
"Frankenweenie," the latest
stop-motion animated film
from director Tim Burton,
this time about a boy who
brings his beloved dog back
to life, causing untold chaos
around his small town.
Burton has his own brand
of weird, but I can't help but
be a little grossed out about
the idea of a kid digging up
his dog. Maybe that's just
me.
The movie is rated PG
for thematic elements, scary
images and action.
Actor Liam Neeson is back
doing what he does best in
"Taken 2," which sees Bryan
Mills and his wife being
taken hostage in revenge
for his actions in the first


film. Producer Luc Besson
hasn't had a big hit since
the first "Taken," and put
his faith in director Olivier
Megaton ("Transporter 3,"
"Colombiana") to bring this
sequel to the big screen.
There's no denying the
success of the first film, so
here's hoping there's still
some gas in the tank.
The film is rated PG-13
for intense sequences of
violence, and action, and
some sensuality.
Finally, we have "Pitch
Perfect," which looks
to combine "Glee,"
"Bridesmaids" and the
first college comedy that
comes to mind. Beca (Anna
Kendrick, "End of Watch")
is talked into joining an all-
girls singing group only
to find they have always
lost at competition. The
comparisons to "Glee"
cannot be ignored, so
if you're a fan of one,
perhaps you'll like the other.


The movie is rated PG-13
for sexual material, language
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Auction. Saturday, Oct. 20, at 10
a.m. Auction House/Madison 1693
SW Moseley Hall Rd., Madison,
FL (850) 973-1444. We are back.
New time same place. We will be
selling new and used items such
as small and large power tools,
yard equipment, Christmas decor
and heaters. We will also have a
hauler from South Ga. here.
AU691 Ron Cox. AB2490
10/03 10/05, PS



2 Family Yard Sale. Saturday, 316
West Bay Street, 9 a.m. until. Lots
of baby clothes boy and girl
newborn to 3T, women's clothes
all sizes, miscellaneous
household items, some furniture,
baby toys and baby items, much,
much more. NO EARLY BIRDS
PLEASE!
10/05

3 Family Yard Sale. Saturday, Oct.
6, 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. 1495 Morgan
Whiddon Rd. Linens, jewelry,
Christmas decorations, lots of
goodies. No early birds please.
10/05

First yard sale in over 3 years. 136
E. Dowling Street off Johnson
Stripling Rd., Saturday, Oct. 6, 8
a.m. until 1 p.m. Couch & love
seat, DVDs, books, westerns,
housewares, Ig. & xl men's &
women's clothes, computers,
some tools and much more.
10/05

3 Family Yard Sale. Saturday, 8
a.m. until, 105 El Primeros Drive
(behind DMH Plaza). Furniture,
houseware, pictures, ladies, boys
and girls clothes and much more.
10/05

3 Family Yard Sale. Saturday, 8
a.m. until, 4.5 miles down Puckett
Rd. Something for everyone.
10/05

Yard sale. Saturday, 8 a.m. until,
303 N. Center Street. Antique
furniture, weight set.
10/05

Multi-Family Yard Sale. Saturday, 8
a.m. until, 1330 Hampton Springs
Ave. Big screen TV, camo girl
clothes, baby clothes.
10/05

Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. until 1
p.m. 3498 Hwy. 19 South (Taylor
Storage Center across from Taylor
Tech.) Big Sale. Spinet piano by
Kimball, computer system,
executive computer desk, crib,
pool alarm, Yamaha drum
machine, wine cooler, clothes
(stuff a bag-$2), solar shower,
portable charging station, stroller,
baby clothes, car seats, swing,
toys, adult tricycles, dog carrier,
microwave, bread maker,
wheelchair, knives, DVDs, VCR
tapes, cookbooks, home security
system, small appliances, tools,
magnetic bracelets, Christmas
items and much more.
10/05

Yard sale. Saturday Oct. 6, 8 a.m.
until, 124 Pine Tree Rd. Outdoor
Christmas Deco, Prom dresses
sz. 5, jr./women's clothes sz. 0-3,
7-9, 10-12, boy's 8 and under,
men's L-2xl, purses, Avon, shoes,
household items, movies, books,
toys, Vera Bradley, misc.
household items, way too much to
list.
10/05

Yard sale. Friday, Oct. 5, and
Saturday, Oct. 6, 9 a.m. until 5
p.m., Taylor Storage Center
(across from TTI). Household
furniture, couches, tables,
recliners and more. Refrigerators,
electric dryer, children and baby
toys and accessories, collectibles,
220V window a/c, amps, antiques,
books DVDs, household
decorations and more.
10/05

Multiple Yard Sales. Saturday, 8
a.m. until, Dice Rd.
10/05

Multi-Family Yard Sale. Saturday,
October 6, 7:30 a.m. until, 3734
Green Farm Rd. No Early Birds
Please!
10/05


4 Family Yard Sale. Saturday, 8
a.m. until, 4134 Johnson Stripling
Rd. (4th driveway on right past
church) look for signs. Baby boy
clothes (NB-18 mo.), men and
women clothes, entertainment
center, furniture, dog crates,
playpen, baby swing, walker, car
seat and much more.
10/05

Yard sale. Saturday, 9 a.m. until 1
p.m., Springfield St., off of West
Ash St. in back carport. Lots of
stuff, come and see.
10/05

Yard sale. Saturday, 7 a.m. until
noon, 402 Puckett Rd. Sheet sets,
comforters, plus size clothes,
shoes, kitchen items, stool chairs,
rugs and a lot of miscellaneous
items.
10/05

Yard sale. Friday and Saturday, 10
a.m. until dark. Hwy. 14 West from
Shady Grove, or Hwy. 14 East
from Eridu, follow signs.
10/05

Yard sale. Saturday, 8 a.m. until 11
a.m., 1407 N. Springfield St.
Name brand clothes, men,
women, toddler girls, baby boys
and household items, something
for everyone.
10/05

Yard sale. Help sponsor mission
trip for Perry First Assembly of
God. Saturday, Oct. 6, 7 a.m. until
2 p.m., at the church on Julia St.
10/03 10/05

Yard sale. Saturday, Oct. 6, 8 a.m.
until, 102 Grove Ave. (off Puckett
Rd.). Moving and downsizing!
Household goods, glassware,
freezer, furniture and much more.
10/03 10/05

Yard sale. Saturday, 221 Judson
Drive, 7:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. Fall
craft items, power tools, HD
jackets, boys bike, quilts & a few
clothes items, window and TV.
10/03 10/05

Big Yard Sale. Friday and
Saturday, 8 a.m. until 2 p.m., 2229
Black- Oak Rd. (around
Deadman's Curve to Live Oak)
follow the signs. Men's and ladies
clothes, rugs, X-mas stuff and lots
more.
10/03 10/05



1992 16 ft. Aluminum bass boat
with a 1996 40 HP Johnson, runs
great. Trailer is in great condition,
CD/FM fish finder, CB, 2 tanks.
Nice and ready to go. $2,300
cash. Call 850-491-4130.
10/05

Seasoned Oak firewood $70/cord.
Call 584-2063.
10/05

2002 36' travel trailer with 2
slideouts, patio doors, A/C rear
bedroom. Great shape $7,000.
295-1489.
10/03 10/05


Advertise in the Perry
News-Herald.
Call 584-5513


2006 Kubota BX2230 4 wheel
drive tractor with loader and 5 ft.
belly mower. 1,100 hours on 3cyl.
diesel motor pull behind disc.
$8,500. (850) 295-1489.
10/03- 10/05

Stainless prop for 25 HP Yamaha
outboard, also hub/bearings. Call
Mike 838-7407.
10/03- 10/05


RC, tfn


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


HUNTING CLUB. 1,000 acres
located in Lake Bird/Shady Grove
area. Need two members, call
(850) 578-2011.
09/21 10/10


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new government program. Hurry,
time is running out for -0- down
call (877) 372-4941. It's cheaper
in Chiefland.
10/05 10/10, CG

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



3 bedroom, 2 bath brick home in
Glenridge area. Call 584-4098.
10/5- 10/31

2 bedroom, 1 bath, beautiful home
on large lot. Living room, big eat-in
kitchen, central air. 207 S. High
St., $595 monthly, $595 deposit.
Call (305) 970-1653.
LS, tfn

2 BR/1 BA, small house for rent on
Jenkins Rd. $400 monthly, $200
deposit. First, last and security
deposit, references needed. Call
Jessica at 838-7691, leave
message.
10/03 10/05

House in town. 3 bedroom, 1 1/2
baths. No pets, no smoking.
Background check required. $550
per month rent, $550 security
deposit. Call 584-6140.
"10/03 10/12

2 bedroom, 1 bath, house for rent.
1,800 sq. ft. open floor plan, 2 car
garage, hardwood floors,
remodeled. $650 monthly, $650
security. Call (850) 295-4454.
10/03 10/05

1 bedroom fully furnished trailer in
nice quiet area. Utilities and
satellite TV included. 1 adult only,
no children, no pets, $130 weekly
and $130 security. Call 584-2199.
09/26 10/12

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

Office space available. 900 sq. ft.,
Move in special. 1000 S. Jefferson
St. (850) 371-1568.
09/12 10/05


MISEUNE'U


09/12 10/5 apply in person. Ware Oil & removal, dump truck service,
SSupply Co. Inc., 2715 S. Byron harrowing, bush hog mowing, rake
Butler Pkwy., Perry, FL 32348. work, dirt leveling and complete
Drug Free Workplace. lawn service. Call 584-6737.
.WO, tfn AZ, tfn


2009 Hyndia Accent. Only 50k
miles, runs excellent, 2 door,
black, still under warranty, $6,800.
295-1489.


Looking for a retired
or semi-retired, experienced

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


Good pay


Apply in person at
123 S. Jefferson St.


WE BUY GOD, SILVER,


OLD COINS AND ALMOST


ANYTHING ELSE OF VALUE


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



STRUTT YOUR MUTT sponsored
by Helping Hands of the Shelte
asks all pet lovers to get ready to
strut. This is our third year! Watch
for more details in future ads.
10/03 10/05



C&G of Chiefland is your factory
outlet for Palm Harbor
Manufactured Homes and
Modular Homes (877) 372-4941
It's cheaper in Chiefland.
10/05 10/10, CG

WE BUY USED MOBILE HOMES
(877) 372-4941.
10/05 10/10, CG

NO DOWN PAYMENT
REQUIRED on your new home.
Special government program.
Limited time, only at C&G. It's
cheaper in Chiefland. (877) 372-
4941.
10/05- 10/10, CG

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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!





TIDEWATER APARTMENTS 1998 Nissan Frontier truck. 5 The Healthy Start. Coalition of
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR speed, a/c, heat, cruise control, Jefferson, Madison, and Taylor
2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments fully equipped. Can be seen at Counties is seeking a Case
Rent based on income with Taylor Storage Center on Friday Manager.
First Month Rent Free for and Saturday. Asking $4,500. Call Position requires knowledge of
qualified applicants. Call 584-4455 or 295-3719. local community health services
850-584-6842.TDD. EHO. 10/05 and agencies, ability to
Section 8 Affordable Multifamily communicate clearly and
Housing 1997 Chevrolet Astro van. All concisely through oral and written
r TWA, tfn wheel drive, very good communication, ability to establish
mechanical condition, 8 and maintain effective working
2BD/1BA house on a beautiful passenger seating, front and rear relationships with Coalition
corner lot, 602 W. Veterans Dr. air. 146,515 miles $2,900. Call membership, staff, all providers
Patio, fenced yard, eat-in kitchen Don Cook 584-3951. and the general public, ability to
and dinning room. $595 monthly, 09/26 10/05 work one on one to improve health
$595 deposit, (305) 970-1653. behaviors, and the ability to work
LS, tfn independently in local office or in
I the field. The ideal candidate will
Rooms available at Skylark Motel have discretion in all matters and
r everything included for monthly Advent Christian Village a strong working knowledge of all
$595 (required $45 deposit), Current JOBS Microsoft Office functions.
$175-$240 weekly or $40 daily Call (386) 658-5627 or visit Experience in the social service
(tax included). 317 N. Byron Butler www.acvillage.net community preferred; must reside
Pkwy. (305) 970-1653. 24 hrs/day, 7 days/week in Jefferson, Madison or Taylor
LS, tfn Be Your Best Among the Best! counties. Base salary $22,000.00.
FT Licensed Physician Assistant Submit resume to: Healthy Start,
Westgate Rooms available for (PA-C) P.O. Box 568, Greenville, FL
rent. refrigerator, microwave, TV FT position to deliver primary care 32331 by October 15, 2012.
w/cable, AC/Heater. Everything in HPSA-designated, established 10/03 10/12
included. $175- $240 weekly, $40 rural clinic with onsite board HSC
daily, $595-$635 per month. certified physician. On-call
. RV sites $20 daily, $10Q weekly, rotation with two other Taylor County Board of County
$350 monthly. Tax included. 1627 practitioners for Commissioners
S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-299- evening/weekends and medical Library Technician (part time)-
6554. support for 161-bed skilled starting at $8.04/hr
LS, tfn nursing facility required. (Call In) Roll-Off Site Attendant-
Experience preferred but not starting at $7.67/hr
-W A LL required. Unrestricted FL license Applications and job description
required. Experience in electronic can be obtained from
medical records and geriatrics a www.taylorcountygov.com
Tile Floors Pet Odorsplus. MOBILE CAREER LAB at Perry
AL CLEANING FRN Quality of Care Leader Square (Save-A-Lot and Goodwill
N (584-2532) Unrestricted Florida RN license, parking lot) on Tuesdays,
excellent clinical Wednesdays, or Thursdays 9:00
STEINHATCHEE nursing/assessment skills, current a.m. 4:00 p.m.; or Workforce.
PLACE RESORT CPR certification, verifiable IV skill Positions are open until filled.
Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom (start, regulate, maintain, Taylor County Board of
apartments for rent $600 to $800. discontinue IVs) required. Good Commissioners is an EOE, VP, DT
Included with rent is full cable t.v., communication, organizational and background checking
Internet, hot tub, one block, one and computer skills required; must employer.
block to river and new boat work as part of interdisciplinary TCBCC; tfn
landing. Call 352-498-7740 if no team to assure outstanding quality -
answer 813-677-9640. of life/quality of care for LTC
SPR, tfn residents. On-call rotation require.
Management/supervisory
experience and knowledge of LTC FLOORING
regs desired. Carpet, Vinyl and Repairs. Will
FT position include health, dental, beat all prices. Call 850-838-9050.
DUPLEX for sale by owner, life, disability, supplemental If no answer please a leave
excellent investment. Two free- insurance; 403b retirement message.
standing block houses. 2BD/1BA- account; paid time off, access to BR, tfn
each full kitchen, full bath, on onsite daycare and fitness
50'x150'lot. Excellent rental facilities. Apply in person at J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
history, well maintained, great Personnel Office Monday through Licensed and insured. Free
location behind Walmart off Old Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 estimates. We also grind stumps.
Dixie Hwy. As is $65,000 obo. Call p.m., or fax resume/credentials to Call today 838-1280. Firewood for
Robert (850) 223-3427. (386) 658-5160. EOE/Drug-Free sale.
10/05, 12, 19, 26 Workplace/Criminal background JD(fri.), tfn
checks required.
3 bedroom, 2 bath, wood framed 10/03 10/12, ACV
home in city limits. Needs carpet, Swann
paint and TLC. A/C $39,500, 920 Cashier/Desk Clerk
Washington St. (850) 295-1489. Must be able to work evenings Bail
10/03 10/05 and weekends. Must be able to -,
pass a background and drug test. Bonds
Home for sale. 3BD/2BA tri-level Must have dependable
floor plan, LR/DR with fireplace, transportation, a valid ID and be Swann Bonding Agency
family room with fireplace, kitchen, 18. Please fax a COMPLETE n
breakfast area, office, large rec. resume to (850) 584-4544. No EARL SWA[ BAIL BONDS
room, patio, pool, large storage phone calls please. Sringrme"
building, 3 acres m/l, 2,592 sq. ft. 09/19 10/12 d Sp
121 Shady Oaks Dr. (off 107N. 584 9757
Plantation). (850) 584-7687 or Retail and Food Service Manager Jeferson St.
843-5512. needed immediate opening in a
08/22 10/31 progressive and growing company TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE
requires previous experience in 'Stump Grinding
RIVERFRONT LOT FOR SALE retail or food service 'Tree Trimming
Want to own this part of 'The management. Including store *Tree Removal
Suwannee River?" scheduling, P&L, marketing and *Debris Removal
Priced to Sell!!!! expense control. Compensation *Bucket truck use
Located in Lafayette County, based on skills and experience. 'Bush Hogging
Mayo, Florida. Vacation, sick and health benefits 'Pressure Washing
.75 acres for only $36,500!!! available. Resume and references *Free Estimates* and
Now Accepting Offers required. Apply by mail, P.O. Box *Great Rates
Call Cynthia for more information 923, Perry, FL 32348. Call today!
(850) 223-7152 WO, tfn 850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
or Visit our website: bcfcu.coop Mark A. Moneyhan
BCFCU, tfn Student Support Aide. See Licensed and Insured
www.nfcc.edu for details. Certified Quality Specialist.
Land for Sale, 221 North between 10/03- 10/19, NFCC 10/31, tfn /
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo
Parker Rd. 1 acre lots with paved ACCOUNTING POSITION JM Handyman Home Repairs,
roads. Owner financing available. Immediate opening for someone LLC Pressure washing, painting,
Please call (386) 658-1346 or with accounting skills. May be concrete, wood decks, Ceramic
(850) 584-7466. degree and/or experienced. Must tile, laminate wood available,
EF, tfn be competent and enjoy working Mobile Home Repairs, RV Leak
with numbers. Hours 8:00 a.m. Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-2270.
LAND FOR SALE. 10 acres/30 5:00 p.m. Compensation open, JM
acres on San Pedro Bay Road. based on skills. Normal vacation, tfn
100 acres with mature pine trees sick leave, holiday pay. Bring
on Hwy. 27. (850) 878-8101, resume, work and salary history, A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
please leave message, along with references. Please Land clearing, tree trimming/












PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Please take notice that the
Interim Library Director of the
Three Rivers Regional Library
System, library staff, and two or
more members of the Three
Rivers Regional Library Board will
hold a meeting to discuss future
projects on Thursday, November
8th, 2012 at 10:00 AM, at the Dixie
County Public Library in Cross
City, Florida,
All Interested person are invited
to attend and be heard. Please
be advised, that if a person
decides to appeal any decision
made by the Board with respect
to any matter considered at such
hearing, that person will need a
record of the proceedings, and
that, for such purpose, he/she


may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which
record includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be based,
"Person with disabilities
requesting reasonable
accommodations to participate
in this proceeding should
contact (352) 498-1200 (Voice &
TDD) or via Florida Relay Service
at (800) 955-8771."

Notice of Intention To Register
Fictitious Name
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the
fictitious name statute, chapter
20953 or Section 865.09, Florida


Statutes, 1941, will register with
the Secretary of State,
Corporation Division, Tallahassee,
Florida, upon receipt of proof of
publication of this notice the
fictitious name, to wit: All Your
Favorites, LLC under which we/I
will engage in business, I/we
expect to engage In business in
Perry, Florida and our address is:
2780 Kelly Grade, Perry, Florida
32348.
The extent of ownership Is:
Sandra Marie Wilson 100%,

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
PURSUANT TO SECTION 10-65,
TAYLOR COUNTY CODE OF
ORDINANCES
(ORDINANCE NO. 2001-12)
Notice is hereby given that the


Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners will hold a public
hearing on Tuesday, October 16
2012 at 6:15 p.m., or as soor
thereafter as possible, in the
Taylor County Administrative
Complex, 201 East Green Street
Perry, Florida 32347, to hear aor
application for a SPECIAL EVENTS
PERMIT (MUD-BOG) to be held or
October 26-28 2012 from 7:0C
a.m. to 7:00 p.m. The event wl
be held at the Iron Horse Muc
Ranch site located at 8999 S,. U:
19, Perry, Florida,
The application is available to
the public and may be
inspected at the Taylor Count
Planning Department, located a
the Administrative Complex (Ol(
Post Office), 201 E. Green Street
Perry, Florida 32347.


A-13 Perry News-Herald October 5-6, 2012




/ Notice Is further given, pursuant 20953 or Section 865,09, Florida
c to Florida Statutes 286.0105, that Statutes, 1941, will register with
any persons deciding to appeal the Secretary of State,
n any matter considered at this Corporation Division, Tallahassee,
e hearing will need a record of the Florida, upon receipt of proof of
e hearing and may need to ensure publication of this notice the
, that a verbatim record of the fictitious name, to wit: Spinners
n proceedings Is made, which under which we/I will engage In
S record includes the testimony business. I/we expect to engage
n and evidence upon which the in business in Perry, Florida and
0 appeal is to be based, our address is: 3498 US Hwy. 19
II BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF Ste. 3&4, Perry, Florida 32348.
d COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, Taylor The extent of ownership Is: Neal
S County, Florida. Patel 100%.


o
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it
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t,


Notice of Intention To Register
Fictitious Name
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the
fictitious name statute, chapter


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November, February, April to have two early release days each


EARLY RELEASE
Continued from page 1
the school board held its
regular meeting early at 4
p.m. rather than 6 p.m.


No one from the public
was at the meeting to speak
on the issue. School Board
Member Danny Lundy
made a motion to approve
the calendar changes with


School Board Member
Darrell Whiddon seconding.
The changes eliminate
early release days on Dec.
21 (the final day before the
Christmas holidays) and


Cemetery clean-up set for Oct. 6


SHADY GROVE
Continued from page 4
to play on and children
could be injured. This
project would be done in
conjunction with the county
and with their approval.

Fellowship
Cemetery
There is another important
event in the Shady Grove
Community on Oct. 6 and
that is the cemetery clean-
up at Fellowship Church.
The work day begins at 7:30
a.m. and should take about
three hours. Anyone with or


without ties to Fellowship
is encouraged to attend.
(Mowers are provided).
Anyone interested in making
a monetary donation to the
cemetery fund can mail it to
Fellowship Cemetery Fund,
P. O. Box 587, Shady Grove,
FL 32357. Information
about the cemetery can also


be obtained by
a friend on
"Fellowship
Shady Grove."


becoming
Facebook
Cemetery


Were you a
queen?
We're looking for former
Shady Grove Queens. If


you, or someone you know,
was a Shady Grove Queen
in former years, please let
Wendy Slaughter know.
She can be reached at 838-
3146.

Christmas in
October?
On Dec. 15, the Third
Annual Country Christmas
is scheduled. The fun
begins with a parade at 11
a.m. followed by lunch in
the park and lots of fun and
activities for all. We will
also have craft booths. I
will have more on this in
upcoming articles.


June 4 (the final day of the
school year), and add eight
new ones on Oct. 10, Nov.
28, Dec. 12, Jan. 30, Feb.
27, March 13, April 10 and
24.
Coupled with the existing
early release days on Sept.
19, Nov. 7, Feb. 13 and May
8, this brings the total to
12 early release days with
two each in November,
February and April.
In-service days (student
holidays) remain unchanged
with those dates scheduled
for Oct. 22 and Jan. 7.
"I think it is a good thing,"
Dyal said Wednesday. "It
will help take some of the
stress off our teachers,
especially at the K-5 level,
where they are going
through an instructional
review. The teachers need
that extra time to plan and
prepare the deliverables to
DOE.
"It will not only be a
benefit to our teachers, but


it will allow us to prepare
our kids for common core
standards, which are much
more rigorous than the
Sunshine State Standards
and therefore the exams
will be that much more
difficult."
The state has mandated
that Taylor County
Elementary School (TCES)
and Steinhatchee School,
which both received a
"D" this past school year,
go through differentiated
accountability, a Florida
Department of Education
program for schools who
are determined to be
in need of support and
technical assistance. Since
Perry Primary School is
considered a feeder school
to TCES, it is included in
the program as well.
Under differentiated
accountability, a state team
will conduct instructional
reviews and coaching
support twice a month with


teachers and administrators
as well as hold three
formal visits at the schools.
Teachers also are required
to re-do their lesson plans
using a seven-page template
recommended by the team
and have the documents
ready at least five days
before each visit.
According to Dyle, a
full-time equivalent student
must receive 1,500 minutes
of instruction per week,
while the district provides
an average of 1687, which
gives them room to absorb
the additional early release
days.

From yard sales and
help wanted to real
estate and autos,,
classsifleds work.

Call 584-5513
today to place your
advertisement.


23 456 7 2DOK


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5. Meets the Danube in
Belgrade
9. Bohemian dance
10. Hancock star Will
12. Chapeaux carrier
13. A warning or cauton
15. Bangladesh capital
16. One who hands
18. Rural delivery
19. Poke
20. Express pleasure
22. Wife of a maharajah
29. Irish kissing rock
32. Variant of Tai

1. College army
2. Dark Angel actress Jessica
3. Boxing blow
4. Single-reed instrument
5. Secondary school cerilicate
6. A wet nurse in India
7. Long live! (Spanish)
8. F2'"prtin Sun god
9. .. lr.. .,i action committee
11. Tolstoy novel "__ Murat"
12. Regions of the ocean below
6000 mn
14. Earl Grey or green
15. Bland in color
17. Atomic #37
21. Possessed
22. Of I
23. Poetic ever
24. High school
25. Indicates position
26. Road open
27. In a short ime
28. Filippo Saint
30. Traditional I lindi music


33. Plural of os
35. She sang with the Pips
43. Setting out
44. Swiss river
45. Negative sports cheer
47. Liberal degree
48. Relating to the back
52. Muslim family of wives
(alt. sp)
55. Was-in charge of a project
57. Indehiscent legume
59. Ice or roller
60. A citizen of Iraq (alt. sp.)
61. Goidelic language
62. Indian poet

31. Former NI-HL player .hI
34. llonorable title (Turkish)
36. Trumpeter HIirt
37. Atomic #66
38. Lolo
39. Tin
40. 1,000 grams
41. Latin varrnent of "to have"
42. An electric car that runs on
rails
43. Skin lesions
45. Bahrain dinar
46. Express delight
49. Japanese beverage
50. 6th Jewish month
5 1. Leases
52. J.S. Poet Iaureate 1995-97
53. Egyptian cross
54. Remote user interface
56. River m NE Scotland
57. Small seed of a fruit
58. Major division of geologi-
cal tinic


Horoscs for the second week
Horoscopes of October


ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20
Thinking outside of the box is what sets
you apart from most, Aries. When you are
put to the test, you seldom fail to come
through. This is a good selling point with
potential employers.

TAURUS Apr 21/May 21
Taurus, some peoplejust don't understand
you, and that is OK with you. It can be
good to be a bit mysterious, E;pic.-lly
when it comes to romance.

GEMINI May 22/Jun 21
Analyzing spending and other financial
concerns should be at the top of your
priority list, Gemini. It is always a good
idea to keep on top of where your money
is going.

CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22
Cancer, communication is key if you
want to make real progress. Actions can
be misconstrued if you don't accompany
them vih ...m.ml-' thrlo lh, p!i nr lin,'1

LEO -Jul 23/Aug 23
Others could find your enthusiasm
infectious this week, Leo. Don't be
surprised if you have coworkers signing
up to be on your team. At home you're
much more mellow.

VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22
Virgo, achieving your toughest goal won't
be easy. Those who survive the challenges
become stronger overall. This week you
are certainly put to the test.

LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23
Libra, big plans are in place, and you can
be excited about the prospect for some
change. Make a few adjustments each
day and the transition will go smoothly.


SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22
Scorpio, don't let others underestimate
your abilities. Once you set your mind to
something, it is very hard to direct you
otherwise. Capitalize on your dedication
at work.

SAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21
Sagittarius, you are ready to pull out all
of the stops in the romance department.
Whether you're single or attached, focus
on ways to make your partner feel very
special.

CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20
Capricorn, a few things have gone wrong
lately, but the good thing is you haven't
let them get you down. Good things
certainly come to those who are patient.

AQUARIUS Jan 21/Feb 18
Aquarius, take inventory of your
belongings and determine if there's
anything you can donate. You can clear
out clutter and do something positive at
the same time.

PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20
Pisces, things seem out of sorts, but you
haven't been able to figure out what
is off-kilter. Leo may shed light on the
situation.


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A-14 Perry News-Herald October 5-6, 2012

-Seniors dominate juniors during Powderpuff Game;

Distinguished Young Women program is Saturday


By HANNAH BLANCO,
ABIGAIL BRATCHER and
MADISON THOMAS
This week Taylor County
High School is abuzz with
the recent domination of the
senior Powder Puff team and
the upcoming Distinguished
Young Women program.
With the varsity football
team having an open week,
fans still came out to support
Taylor County High School
at the annual junior versus
senior Powder Puff game.
With the expectations of


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a second time, according to
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and review by the county
attorney it was determined
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flipping a coin, would be the
best way to select a firm,"
Cox said.
At Monday's meeting,
County Attorney Conrad
Bishop held the coin with
Jordan & Associates labeled
heads and Guardian labeled
tails. The coin landed head-
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Library book

sale is Oct. 13
The Friends of the Taylor
County Public Library
fall book sale will be held
Saturday, Oct. 13, from 8
a.m. until noon at the library.
Most books are 100 or 15
for $1. Magazines will be on
sale for 10 each.
The library is located at
403 N. Washington St.


last year's score (seniors 32,
juniors 6), the stage was set
for an intense battle.
The Class of 2013 started
the game off with a blazing
touchdown from senior
Hannah Blanco during the
first play. That single play
set the tone for the rest of
the game. For the next 32
minutes of play, the seniors
shut out the juniors, the final
score being 47-0. As Alfred,
Lord Tennyson quoted, "Into
the valley of death rode..."
the 30 juniors.


And in true motherly
form, in the fifth quarter the
seniors received a genuine
spanking .from the mom/
teacher Powder Puff team.
With the seniors' hopes of
revenge being shattered
as the moms and teachers
dominated from the first
play, the girls simply
decided to have a good time.
Both teams showed great
sportsmanship by giving
hugs instead of tackles.
With the most participants
the program has ever


county bid. In February on a demolition and
2011, two local contractors reconstruction project. In
--Michael Lynn and Weiss that case, the coin landed
Construction Company-- tail-side up, awarding the
bid the exact same amount contract to Weiss.
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$ .65 is the
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ABSENTEE REQUESTS
Any registered voter may vote an absentee ballot.
Request can be accepted only from the voter, a member of
the voter's immediate family or legal guardian. Please call
the elections office at (850) 838-3515 to request an absentee
ballot. Your Supervisor of Elections office began mailing the
first batch of domestic absentee ballots on Oct. 2, 2012, per
Florida Statute. We will continue to mail absentee ballots
for those who have already requested one throughout this
week. Then we will begin the daily mailings as requests are
received. If your request for an absentee ballot has already
been submitted be on the look-out for your ballot to arrive
in your mail box.
Florida Statute defines immediate family as the
designee's spouse or the parent, child, grandparent or
sibling of the designee or of the designee's spouse,
You can nowtrack your absentee ballot. Visit the Supervisor
of Elections website at www.taylorelections.com, click on the
Absentee Ballot Status button on the homepage and follow
the prompts to track your absentee ballot. If you do not have
access to a computer you can still call the elections office at
(850) 838-3515, we will be glad to assist you with any of your
election needs.
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, Oct. 27, 2012,
and will continue through Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, for
eight consecutive days.
Early voting hours will be as follows:
Saturday Oct. 27, 2012 through
Sunday Oct. 28, 2012
12 noon until 6 p.m.
Monday Oct. 29, 2012 through
Saturday Nov. 3, 2012
7 a.m. until 7 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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had, Distinguished Young
Women is causing quite
a stir at Taylor County
High School. As the 16
participants are nearing
the end of their two-month
journey, most are preparing
for a well deserved respite,
but for two lucky winners, it
is only the beginning.


For the first time in the
program's history, two
winners will be crowned,
a Distinguished Young
Woman of Perry and a
Distinguished Young
Woman of Taylor County.
With this new rule in play,
two girls will represent
Taylor County and Perry


at the state competition.
Although the competition
is fierce, the girls are not
letting it get to their head
and are having a great time
bonding with one another.
Don't forget to come
out and support these truly
distinguished young ladies
this Saturday night.


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SAMPLE BALLOTS
Sample ballots are now available on the
Supervisor of Elections website. Just click the
sample ballot link and follow the prompts. Sample
ballots are scheduled to be mailed to each
household in the county the week of Oct. 15. If you
have moved, please call the Supervisor of Elections
Office to update your residential and mailing
address. Florida law states you must vote in the
precinct in which you reside. Due to the length of
the 2012 General Election ballot your Supervisor
of Elections office is advising you to read and mark
your ballot and then remember to bring it with you
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PUBLIC FORUM
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
The Perry-Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce will be hosting a public forum on
Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012, at 5:30 p.m. at the
County Commission Board meeting room on
the constitutional amendment that will be on the
2012 General Election ballot. Local attorney and
National Counselor for the Chamber, Mike Smith
will be the facilitator of the forum delivering much
needed information and answering questions
about upcoming constitutional amendment
changes. For additional information concerning
the 2012 General Election ballot and the 11
amendments visit the Supervisor of Elections
website at www.taylorejections.com.


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