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When midnight struck Wednesday, Sept. 11, so did an unknown suspect who pried open a back door and burglarized Goodmans BBQ restaurant. The Perry Police Department (PPD) is investigating the break-in and video surveillance of the incident has been made public by the business. The suspect is described as a white male, approximately six-feet tall, wearing a blue/ green shirt and jeans. The man came armed with a pry bar and used it to break the door locks and enter a rear storage area attached to the restaurant. He stole a case of food from one of the business refrigerators. He was last seen walking toward Highway 19. Anyone with information is asked to contact the PPD at 584-5121. Local business owner Michael Frazier, who has been vocal in his criticism of City Hall and City Manager Bob Brown, has added two more names to the gallery of signs displayed in front of his auto detailing business: Perry Police Department (PPD) Capt. Jamie Cruse and Sgt. Gina Deeson. The new signs were placed along West Hampton Springs Avenue one day after police ofcers cited Frazier for allowing alcoholic beverages on the premises of The Infernal Club (which he also operates). Ofcers issued the citation in the early morning hours of Saturday, Sept. 7, after three bottles of alcohol were found inside the club building during a routine business check. Information regarding the citation was forwarded to the State Attorneys ofce, which then issued a warrant for Fraziers arrest on a charge of operating a bottle club without a license. Frazier was arrested Tuesday, Sept. 10, and booked at the Taylor County Jail. Reports indicate that when ofcers entered the club, which is licensed as a restaurant, the air was hazy and they smelled the odor of burning cannabis. Ofcers also said that before entering the building they could clearly hear music playing; however, once they crossed into the building they heard the deejay sound a siren of the speakers to alert patrons that law enforcement was present. During a check of the club, ofcers found halfempty bottle of Hennessy, one nearly full can of Four Loco and one nearlyempty bottle of gin. A citation was issued to the customer in possession of the Hennessy; ofcers could not determine who had the Four Loco and gin. The business check was conducted at 2:17 a.m. This is the second arrest for Frazier on the same charge; the rst case, which happened last August, remains in the court system. A similar nding occurred in March of this year. That information was turned over to the State Attorneys ofce. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889 Perry News-HeraldPerry News-Herald 50 Friday/ SaturdaySeptember 13-14, 2013 Index One section 124th Year, No. 36www.perrynewspapers.com Weather Friday93 68 20% Saturday93 71 Sunday90 71 20% Perry News-Herald Perry News-Herald 30% Looking Back . ......... A-2 Living . ..................... A-4 Religion . .................. A-6 Sports . .................... A-7 Entertainment . ........ A-8 TV listings . .............. A-9 Classieds . ........... A-11 Frazier cited for Infernal ClubNew charge prompts new sign Suspect caught on tape at Goodmans Barbecue After another mostly dry week, Taylor Countys rivers are back in their banks and returning to normal, but Taylor County Emergency Management ofcials are using the data they collected during the rain-lled summer to help the National Weather Service (NWS) update its ood warning system. Taylor County Emergency Management Coordinator Steve Spradley said the county is still wet, but the rivers are owing normally. According to the NWS river gauges, the Steinhatchee, Econna and Aucilla have been receding over the past week, with the exception of a slight uptick on Saturday, Sept. 7, following the previous nights storms, which dropped as much as an inch of rain in some parts of the county. What were doing now is using the information we gathered this summer, taking some assessments and updating the ood criteria for the National Weather Service, Spradley said. For example, they Local data aids NWS with ood warnings Please see page 3 Clerk of Courts Annie Mae Murphy warns residents to be on the alert about a solicitation they may receive through the mail that, while not illegal, is denitely misleading. She advises residents to be wary of ofcial-looking notices they may receive informing them that they need to purchase a copy of the grant deed for their property. Some of the solicitations imply that the property transfer may be in question and that the company will provide a copy of the deed and a property prole for an $89 service fee. Additionally, the letter appears to be a bill with a compliance response date even though they state this is not a bill in smaller print, Murphy said. This is an effort by this company to obtain money for services that are readily available through the clerks ofce. Copies may be obtained through the clerks Clerk cautions residents on possible scam Please see page 3 Shown above are of Scott Blackford, who the Perry Police The Perry Police Department (PPD) is continuing to seek information about a person of interest in a series of recent suspicious activities. We have received information that Scott Blackford, 20, is still in Perry and has been going door-to-door in some downtown neighborhoods asking for money. We have also gotten reports that a red SUV was seen circling the block while Blackford was on foot, city ofcials said. Reports indicate that Blackford has visited businesses located near City Park and was also seen in the area of local parks. The mother of a 13-yearold girl contacted authorities last week about a white male (later identied as Blackford) wearing a white shirt following her daughter through the neighborhood. He also followed the female juvenile home, crossed her yard and went into adjoining yards pretending to be performing yard work when he thought he was begin watched. Anyone with information concerning Blackford is asked contact the PPD at 584-5121 or Capt. Jamie Cruse at jamie.cruse@ perrypolice.net. He is a person of interest. No probable cause exists for his arrest at this time, Cruse said. Person of interest remains at large
ELECTION RESULTSMore than half of Taylor Countys registered voters turned out for the 1978 primary, which only garnered one-third of the registered voters attention statewide. These local races attracted the newspapers headlines: Walter Edwin Hendry upset incumbent W. D. Wilson Jr., and the two were now slated for a runoff in the October primary; Marshall Hicks took a wide lead over Billy Ezell in the District 4 race for the county commission seat, with their run-off slated for the next primary; arena, Phyllis Newport defeated Bry Freeman to gain the Democratic nomination outright; Buck McLeod and Buddy Murphy found out they would face off again in the October run-off, determining who would win a seat on the Taylor County School Board.WHO WILL BE QUEEN?As the Florida Forest Festival Queen pageant neared, the newspaper continued its front-page spotlight of the contestants. They weeks featured candidates included: Beth Parkey, Lisa Shaw and Angela Oliver.WHOS NEW?William Lloyd Satterwhite was born to Mr. and Mrs. William D. Satterwhite on Sept. 6 in Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces. Christine Marie Ehrenzeller was born to Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Ehrenzeller at Doctors Memorial Hospital (DMH) on Sept. 8. She weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces. Cindy and Donny Pridgeon announced the birth of their son, James Micah, on Sept. 7 at DMH. He weighed 8 pounds, 7.25 ounces.AUGUST VOWS SPOKEN; OCTOBER WEDDING PLANNEDCathryn Ruth Murphy and Robert John Wilson were married Aug. 25 in Friendship Baptist Church. Steve Lago was best man and Ruth Ann Whiteld was matron of honor. Mr. and Mrs. John W. A-2 Perry News-Herald September 13-14, 2013 Looking Back September 13-14, 2013 THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD September 14, 1978 Remember when...By ANTHONY L. WHITE email@example.comTaste test? No thanks Faith family friendsEditors Note: Local historian Henry McLeod has compiled an impressive collection of Taylor County history now available on a website appropriately titled Taylor County & Perry, Florida History (https://sites.google. com/site/taylorcountyhistory/). His latest addition to the site is an extensive prole of local churches. This weeks featured history was written in 1987 and details the establishment of Oakland Baptist Church. Oakland Baptist Church may not be the oldest or the largest in the county but its members, mainly descendents of the founders, remain intensely loyal to the white frame one-room building set among the oaks, pines and cabbage palm trees in the western part of the county off Highway 98. Baptist Church began worship service under a brush arbor near the Econna River about three quarters of a mile from the present site with the members named Whiddon, Young, Hendry, Crews, French, Ayers, Sapp, Lawrence, Turlington, Poppell and Morse. a log house near the present site. The membership was growing. Between 1878 and 1880 a frame building was constructed with heart pine lumber, which was hauled by a team of oxen from Greenville. This building was used as a place of worship until 1929. The church bought the present building that was known as Oakland School building from the Taylor County School Board in 1928. They contracted C. L. McCallan to remove the old building and salvage the sound pieces of lumber to use in the new building. Mr. McCallan was to move the school house to the present site and rebuild in the identical place where the old building stood. On Dec. 14, 1929, members held their rst meeting in the present building. The parent church, the Cabbage Grove Church, which was founded in 1850 is no longer in existence. What started as an arm, according to records of Cabbage Grove Church dated June 1875, the Oakland Church has survived. Services in the old days were held once a month. Today they are held every third Sunday in the afternoon at three oclock. None of the present members live close and many attend other Baptist churches. Baptism took place in the Econna River some distance from the church. The cemetery is the nal resting place for many of those who are descended from early members. James H. Wentworth, the grandfather of A. H. Wentworth, was the rst pastor and James W. Turlington was the rst clerk. Former pastors were: James H. Wentworth, S. C. Waller, J. E. Vann, W. B. Waters, John W. Pearson, S. S. Procter, T. J. Bennett, A. N. Woodward, J. H. Poteet, M. J. Howell, T. A. Goodman, S. K. Wilson, S. G. Ward, A. H. Townsend, Charles W. Persons, Bob Catledge, John Vann, Paul Hendry, C. J. Lewis, Francis W. Cruce, C. T. Hall, Alva Horton, J. W. Johnson, Felix A. Parker and Danny Lundy who was the preacher when this article was written in 1987. The addition of a wheelchair ramp has been the main update made to Descendants loyal to little country church in the woods138th Homecoming this Sunday Oakland Baptist Church Please see page 10 Guest speaker Monday If I need a helping hand, I can always count on Jackie to be there to help out. If I need to get something off of my chest, shes always willing to listen. If its a ride I need, I can expect her to pull in the yard and lay on the horn to let me know that I should have been ready when I called her. And, if I forget who I am or where I came from, you can bet shell be there to remind me. To put it simply, Jackie is one of the most dependable people I know. Its too bad she doesnt feel the same way about me. The only time I can depend on you for anything, she tells me often, is when I dont need you. Although Jackie has said this more times than I can count, my feelings have never been hurt by this revelation. Why? Well, maybe its because there is a little bit of truth to what she says. However, a few weeks ago, after Jackies mother and my my ways and be a dependable friend for Jackie. How did I plan to do this, you ask? Well, having known Jackie since we well-equipped emotionally, spiritually and her two children, Alex and around the kitchen. Jackies never been much of a cook. I knew this and so did her mother. Thats why I expected my phone to start ringing the minute Alex or Alexis said they were hungry. That call hasnt come yet, and its because Jackie has done a great job of hiding the fact that she can cook. A couple of Sundays ago, I woke up early so I could cook Sunday dinner kids were tired of eating fast food and wanted a home-cooked meal. Boy, was I in for a surprise. I already cooked dinner, Jackie informed me. I cooked macaroni and cheese, baked chicken, cabbage and cornbread. I even made a banana pudding. I couldnt believe my ears. How did it turn out? I asked. Everything was good, she answered with a boastful grin. Alex and Alexis said the banana pudding was as good as Mils. I wasnt thoroughly convinced that Jackie had cooked a full-course meal without burning anything, so I asked, Is the kitchen and the house okay? What do you mean? she asked. Im just trying to make sure you didnt burn the house down, I responded. Jackie realized where my questioning was going and nipped it all in the bud. If you want to come taste-test dinner, youre more than welcome. I havent taken her up on the invitation to dinner. At least not yet. Although she says she can cook and she says her kids love her cooking, Im not totally convinced. Im a good and dependable friend, so if Jackie needs a helping hand, Ill be there to help. If she needs a friend to talk to, Ill be there to listen. But, if she needs me to taste-test her cooking, Im sorry. Im just not that dependable.
The Suwannee River Water Management District Governing Board has adopted its tentative 201314 budget totaling $29.2 million while keeping its property tax millage rates level. The tentative budget will enable the district to protect water resources for the benet of our citizens and natural systems while lessening the burden on taxpayers and establishing a high level of public service, while supporting core mission projects and cost-share programs that benet the citizens and resources of the district, ofcials said. The proposed millage rate is 0.4143 mills, the same as the current years rate. The districts tentative budget is $12.2 million more than the current budget of $17.0 million. According to ofcials, the increase is due to state appropriations of $11.0 million for springs protection and restoration. The remainder of the increase is from the districts cost-share programs. About 45 percent of the tentative budget is focused on springs protection and restoration. To assist in protecting and restoring springs and ensuring a sustainable water supply, the budget allocates funding to reduce nutrient loadings, rehydrate ponds and wetlands, implement aquifer recharge projects, establish dispersed water storage projects, and initiate agricultural water conservation best management practices, ofcials said. These projects improve water quality, increase water supplies, and help maintain spring ows, which are driven by the amount and level of groundwater in the aquifer systems. Two key springs protection and restoration initiatives are the Ichetucknee Springshed Water Quality Improvement project and the Middle Suwannee River Restoration and Aquifer Recharge project. The Ichetucknee Springshed Water Quality Improvement project is expected to reduce the City of Lake Citys wastewater nutrient loadings to the Ichetucknee River by an estimated 85 percent. The citys wastewater sprayeld will be converted into wetlands that will provide additional treatment to reduce nitrogen loading and improve water quality in the Ichetucknee River and Springs. The Middle Suwannee River Restoration and Aquifer Recharge project will rehydrate about 4,000 acres of wetlands and 1,500 acres of ponds, recharge the aquifer, and increase groundwater supplies in the region, ofcials said. Recharging the aquifer is expected to benet numerous springs along the Middle Suwannee River, including Troy Spring, July Spring, Little River Spring and Pot Hole Spring. Also, recharging the aquifer is projected to increase groundwater supplies helping both agriculture and domestic water users throughout the area. The budget also includes state funding for minimum ows and levels program, water quality improvement projects, and management and natural system protection activities. Federal funding is included in the budget for the risk map program to provide quality data that increases public awareness to reduce future ooding vulnerability. Other program highlights include continuation of: Water Supply Partnership; Partnership; River nutrient reduction and irrigation retrot program; and management, monitoring and analysis. A copy of the tentative budget is available on the districts business and nancial page at www. mysuwanneeriver.com. The nal budget and millage rate will be adopted at a second public hearing on Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 5:30 p.m. at the districts headquarters at the corner of US 90 and CR 49 in Live Oak. A governing board meeting and workshop will precede the budget hearing, beginning at 3 p.m. The public is invited and encouraged to attend. For more information call (800) 226-1066 (Florida only) or (386) 362-1001. A-3 Perry News-Herald September 13-14, 2013 dont have warnings for the Steinhatchee River, he said. They monitor the river depth, but dont have ood levels. Weve also updated the criteria for the Econna and Aucilla in our county. According to Spradley, they used information gathered from the past two summers to document the amount of ooding occurring at various river depths, which can be used to issue warnings based on how high the rivers have risen. Its going through the process right now, he said. It takes about 30 days. Hopefully well get proper ood warnings for the Steinhatchee, Econna and Aucilla. ofce either in person or online at www.taylorclerk. com. Our copy feeas set by state lawis $1 per page. Certied copies are an additional $2. Murphy noted, Once a property owner records a deed in the clerks ofce, it is a permanent record of ownership. This recording protects the owners property rights. It makes no difference whether the property owner has a physical copy or original deed in their possession. The rights of ownership of that parcel are safe and secure. The Taylor County Commission held the rst of two public hearings on its 2013-14 budget Tuesday, approving its tentative budget and property tax millage rates. There was no one from the public in attendance outside of county employees and the press, and there was little discussion among commissioners, who worked to balance the countys budget during a series of workshops held in July. The board will hold a second hearing Monday, Sept. 16, at 6 p.m. at the Courthouse Annex on Green Street to approve the nal budget and millage rates. The commission is also expected to discuss the upcoming years capital improvement plan at its workshop on Tuesday, Sept. 24. The tentative millage rates approved Tuesday are the same as the current rates, which are 7.0113 mills in the general fund and 1.1215 mills in the MSTU fund (which is funded through a tax on property in the unincorporated area of the county for services duplicated by the City of Perry such as re protection). Due to property value decreases, general fund tax revenues are expected to drop $36,000 compared to the current year, while MSTU fund revenues are projected to fall $5,000. Overall, the countys budget, including all funds, totals $41,389,169, which is an increase of $1.8 million dollars. A signicant portion of that increase--$1.2 million-is from the sales tax reserve fund which is building from the one-cent sales tax approved to fund the construction of Doctors Memorial Hospital. The county has previously used this fund to purchase equipment for the hospital, but could also use it in the future to pay off the construction bond sooner. At Tuesdays hearing, Commissioner Pat Patterson made a motion to approve the tentative millage rates. Commissioner Jim Moody offered a second and the measure passed 4-0. (Commission Chairperson Pam Feagle could not attend the meeting due to a conict.) Patterson then made a motion to approve the tentative budget, with Commissioner Jody DeVane seconding. This also passed 4-0. FLOOD WARNINGS Continued from page 1 POSSIBLE SCAM Continued from page 1 Proper warnings for Aucilla Clerks copy fees are set by state law: $1 per page Commission ready to give nal approval on $41.3 million budgetSRWMD adopts $29.2 million budget Delta Reign The band Delta Reign has been cooking up a fresh, new sound from the Music Festival scheduled for Sept. 27-28 at Forest Capital State Park. The western swing, blues and jazz. For more information about the band, visit deltareign.com. Tickets for the two-day festival are $15. For more information, contact the Chamber of Commerce at (850) 584-5366. Main Street Perry will present Praise in the Park this Sunday, Sept. 15, at 6 p.m., at the Grand Pavilion in Rosehead Park on Jefferson Street. Admission is free and residents are invited to bring your chair and enjoy. Members of AMVETS Post 20 will be on hand giving out free water to participants. Performers will include: Mike Denmark and Buddy Murphy, Simply Carlotta, Abundant Praise Fellowship Choir, Kenya Hooppell, Crystal Hawkins and the Trinity House of Praise Choir. Praise in the Park is Sunday
A-4 Perry News-Herald September 13-14, 2013 Living Summers, Nelsen to marry at Honey LakeMr. Ron and Jan Summers of Jacksonville announce the engagement of their daughter, Tiffany Lynne, to Matthew Lee Nelsen, the son of Dr. Lee and Becky Nelsen of Perry. The future bride graduated from Florida State University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in creative writing and religion. She is employed as an insurance analyst by the Ofce of Insurance Regulation for the State of Florida. The prospective groom received dual Bachelor of Science degrees in business management and managing information systems in 2011. He is employed as a systems integrations and test analyst by Afliated Computer Services, Inc., in Tallahassee. He is the grandson of Mrs. Marion Nelsen, the late Norman Nelsen, Dr. Walt Beers and the late Mrs. Barbara Beers, all of Perry. The couple will be married on Oct. 19, 2013, at Honey Lake Plantation in Greenville; formal invitations have been issued. The couple will reside in Tallahassee. Woodard, Curry plan vows in St. Petersburg The Rev. Dr. Phillip and the Rev. Shelia Combs announce the engagement of their daughter, Quiana Woodard, to Elliott Curry, the son of Minister Martha Curry of Marianna and the late Henry Curry. The bride-elects grandparents are Helen Baker and the late Sam and Iva Mayhue, all of Conway, S.C., Bishop Tommie and Pastor Annie Bell Woodard of North Myrtle Beach, S.C. The groom-elects grandparents are Pearline Calhoun and the late Richard Calhoun, the late Maggie and Permon Curry Sr., all of Marianna. The couple met at their alma mater, Florida State University, 12 years ago in the College of Business. ( ( An October, 2013, beach wedding is planned at St. Petersburg Beach. Morgan walks because...Taylor takes Alzheimers personally... Anne Morgan is seeking community support as she participates in the Walk to End Alzheimers on Sept. 28 in Tallahassee. Im walking in honor of my mother, Annie Jo Brannen, and a dear friends father, Bob Parker, and also in memory of my aunt, Alma Walker, said Morgan. A portion of the money raised will go toward providing Taylor County families with support groups and respite care, she added. It seems that almost everybodys life has been touched by this devastating disease, and this is one way of helping those living through it. I am feeling so blessed and proud to be a Taylor County girl. Thanks to family and friends, weve already raised $1,600 for Alzheimers research and family support. I believe we, Taylor County folks, can exceed the $2000 goal I set, and possibly raise more than any of the Tallahassee teams or groups, she said. Right now, with your support, I am the top individual fund-raiser, and I am only $265 behind the top team. I suppose that might be throwing the gauntlet down, but were up for the challenge, right? If you dont want to make a donation online through the Walk to End Alzheimers link, you are welcome to drop off a donation at Big Bend Marine or mail one to me at 19041 Palmetto Road, Perry 32348. Please make checks out to ( Alzheimers Association Donations and registration can also be accomplished at www. alz.org. (For donations, click on the Walk to End Alzheimers where you will nd a donation link. Enter Anne Morgan as the walker.) Together we can provide funds to support Alzheimers patients and their families and nd a cure for this terrible disease, Morgan said. The Alzheimers Association was formed in 1980. The organizations mission statement is clear: Our vision is a world without Alzheimers. This years walk, which spans 2-3 miles, is being held at Lewis Park. Registration opens at 8 a.m. and a ceremony is slated for 9. To honor all of the Taylor County loved ones who are suffering from or have succumbed to Alzheimers, I plan to carry a banner with their names, along with my loved ones namesTaylor County takes Alzheimers personally. If you would like me to add your loved ones name to the banner, e-mail his or her name to me at firstname.lastname@example.org,. You may also text it to me at 295-4961, or message me on Facebook. Our loved ones will be the Taylor County team, Morgan said, as I join others in walking to end Alzheimers. Garden Club begins new year Wednesday The Perry Garden Club will kick off its new year with a luncheon meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 18, beginning at 11:30 a.m. Members are asked to bring their favorite potluck dish before 11:30; the meat dish will be provided. Getting Involved is the title of the days program to be presented by Betty Page and Jimmie Bennett. Head Hostess for this month is Joanna Ter Maat. Members of her committee include Kathy Bean, Jamie Shefeld and Tuckie Brown. The horticulture tip will be presented by Martha Frostick. Family members and friends are welcome to attend the meeting at the Perry Garden Club which is located adjacent to Forest Capital Park and Museum, off Industrial Parkway. The club is a member of the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc., and The National Council of State Garden Clubs, Inc. 1st birthday today!Zyla MahRy Brooks celebrates her rst birthday today, Sept. 13. She is the daughter of Ashley Upshaw and Delrikos Brooks. Her brother is Delkylin Jase Brooks. Maternal grandparents are Rosalind Upshaw Hall, Michael and Tiffany Upshaw. Paternal grandparents are Alma Foster, Charles and Joeanne Brooks.
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A-6 Perry News-Herald September 13-14, 2013 Religion First Presbyterian Church hopes to ll its sanctuary, this Sunday in keeping with a national observance of Back To Church Sunday. Pastor Larry Neal and his congregation have invited friends and neighbors, newcomers and interested onlookers for this non-denominational emphasis which stresses the importance of church attendance. We hope people in this community will consider this a cordial invitation to come and worship with us on Sunday, Sept. 15 at 11 a.m. The church is located at 310 Plantation Road and a nursery is provided for infants/toddlers. If you want to come early for Sunday School, that would be great--well nd a class for you, said Neal. Sunday School begins at 9:45 with classes for all ages. A potluck luncheon will follow the worship service. If youre looking for a church home, or havent even considered it, please set aside Sunday to go Back To Church, he added. First Presbyterian will welcome you this Sunday and every Sunday, he said. Where will you be Sunday? First Presbyterian hopes youll go Back To Church Obituaries Margaret H. RobertsonMargaret H. Robertson, 87, died Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013 at Doctors Memorial Hospital. She was born to Oscar Hill and Emma Lambert in Deep Run, N.C., on July 23, 1926, Mrs. Robertson moved to Perry in 1955 from Augusta, Ga. She was married to Frank L. Robertson, now deceased, and was co-owner of Robertson Builders in Perry for 30 years. Mrs. Robertson was a charter member of Calvary Baptist Church. She is survived by one son, Ronald G. Robertson, and one daughter, Cheryl (Karl) Weiss, all of Perry; one granddaughter, Courtney (Lem) Bennett; and one sister, Grace Sanford of Windsor, N.C. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Sept. 14, at 11 a.m. at Beggs Funeral Home. The family will receive friends beginning at 10 at Beggs which is in charge of all arrangements. Devarn McMiller Devarn McMiller, 68, of Perry, died on Sunday Sept. 8, 2013, in Douglasville, Ga. A native of Taylor County, he was a member of Springhill Missonary Baptist Church. Mr. McMiller is survived by: a daughter, Cortina (Preston) Bradley of Douglasville, Ga.; two sisters, Pearlie (Fred) Richet and Annie (Thomas) Benson, both of Perry; one granddaughter, Cailyn Brummitt, and one grandson, Marshal Brummitt, both of Douglasville. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Sept. 14, at 12 noon at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church. Interment will follow at Springhill Cemetery. Family members will receive friends today, Sept. 13, from 5-7 p.m. at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church. Evans-Walker Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. No Man Left Behind Tent revival extended another weekend How about ham next Tuesday?The Pentecostals of Perry will be selling ham dinners for $6 each on Tuesday, Sept. 17. The meals also come with potato salad, baked beans, dessert and water. The church is located at 3379 North Highway 221. Meals can be picked up between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Citing much success, the No Man Left Behind Tent Revival has been extended another weekend in the lot next to Big Bend Marine on Highway 19 South. We thank the Lord and give Him the highest praise for the souls he has saved and the lives he has changed. We extend our invitation for another two days, Sept. 13 and 14, and urge you to come...expecting. Dont miss what the Lord has in store for you. Tent revival services are scheduled to begin both days at 7 p.m. The public is cordially invited.
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Taylor County High Schools Bulldog Battalion has welcomed Major Christopher McDaniel as the new ROTC senior Army instructor. McDaniel enlisted in the Air Force after high school graduation in 1987, where he served as an electronics technician. He rose to the rank of sergeant, and served in Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He switched branches to the Army in 1994 (as a nance specialist) in order to apply for Ofcer Candidate School (OCS). He received a nomination to OCS and graduated with honors in 1996 when he was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in Armor Branch. After commissioning, McDaniels assignments included: Tank Platoon Leader, B Company 2-70 Armor Battalion in Fort Riley, Kan.; Company Executive Ofcer, B Company 2-70 Armor Battalion; Troop Commander, B Troop 5-15 Cavalry Squadron in Fort Knox, Ky.; Company Commander, Headquarters and Headquarters Company 46th Adjutant General Battalion in Fort Knox; Information Management Ofcer, 10th Special Forces Group in Fort Carson, Colo.; Director of Information Management, Combined Joint Special Operations Task ForceArabian Peninsula, Iraq (two combat tours); Deputy for the Programs, Projects and Architecture Division for Third Army and U.S. Army Central Command G6 in Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. He earned bachelors degrees in both psychology and criminal justice from North Carolina Wesleyan College in Rocky Mount, N.C. He also holds a masters degree in computer science from the Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey, Calif. McDaniel is a graduate of the Armor Ofcer Basic Course, Fort Knox, Ky.; Combined Arms Services Staff School, Fort Leavenworth, Kan.; Armor Ofcer Advanced Course, Fort Knox; and the Army Command and General Staff Ofcers Course. His awards and decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal with oak leaf cluster, Joint Service Commendation Medal with oak leaf cluster, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Air Force Achievement Medal with oak leaf cluster, Army Good Conduct Medal, Air Force Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal with Bronze Star Device, Southwest Asia Service Medal with two Bronze Star Devices, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Saudi Arabia Kuwait Liberation Medal, Kuwait Liberation Medal, Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with Valor, Army Superior Unit Award, Parachutist Badge and the Bronze Order of Saint George award. He is married to Carleen McDaniel and has two children, Tyler (age 21) and Kaitlin (age 18). Mills announced the engagement of their daughter, Kathy Lee, to Mark Anthony Hill An Oct. 21 wedding was planned.BLANTONS NAMED FARM FAMILYThe Donnie Blanton Family of Eridu was named 1978 Outstanding Farm Family of the Year. The Blanton Farm specializes in raising feeder pigs and growing corn.BEATEN BY THE SYRUP-MAKERS!The Cairo, Ga., SyrupMakers ran back two kickoffs, including the game opener, to accomplish a 21-13 victory over the Taylor County High School Bulldogs in their season opener.YANKEE PEDDLER OBSERVES FIRST ANNIVERSARYMaxine and Paul Allen proprietors of the Yankee Peddler, announced a one-year anniversary sale at their gift shop which featured antiques, candles and cypress clocks. The couple moved to Perry from New England the previous year, opening both the shop and a rose garden for the public to enjoy.DOWNTOWN PERRYS SHOPS JOIN FORCESAll the downtown shops joined forces to present a sidewalk sale. The shops included Ginnys MiniMall, the Style Shoppe, Gayles Gems and Gifts, Scottie Discount, Southern Auto, the Diamond Shoppe, Jeanettas Flowers & Things, The Fair Store, Western Auto, Vann H. Priest Co., Perry Drapery and Gifts, The Emporium, Wilders Mens Shop, Bell Pharmacy and Flower Shop, Southern Electric and Perry Blueprinting. WILD BLUE YONDERJames T. Baxter was pictured at the Perry-Foley Airport after beginning ight training. He nished his rst solo ight Aug. 16, and joined the Civil Air Patrol, working with the organizations Sundown Patrol. A-10 Perry News-Herald September 13-14, 2013 GLANCE AT PAST Continued from page 2 Antique shop, rose garden mark one-year anniversary Maj. McDaniel welcomed as senior instructor
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