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Hampton to host town hall meeting MondayPerry City Councilwoman Shirlie Hampton will hold a town hall meeting for residents in her district Monday, July 7. The meeting will be held at Loughridge Park Community Center, starting at 6:30 p.m. We will discuss a range of issues, Hampton said.Bids for Kids slated July 18Taylor County United, Inc., will hold its rst Bids for Kids auction Friday, July 18, at Java Connetion (105 E. Ellis Street), from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Proceeds from the auction will be used to help local students in need with school clothes, and provide monthly food baskets for families and veterans.Chamber hosts ribbon-cutting ceremony WednesdayThe Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the grand opening of Taylor Medical at its new location Wednesday, July 9, at 11:30 a.m. The medical center is now located at 616 South Jefferson Street. On Friday, Aug. 1, the chamber will hold another ribbon-cutting ceremony, this time to welcome new member Taylor County Recovery Center. The event will be held at 11 a.m., at 215 North Washington Street.Save the date for annual Golf ScrambleThe Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce invites you to save the date for its 21st annual Chamber Golf Scramble planned Friday, Aug. 8. The golf tournament will be held at the Perry Golf & Country Club. For more information, please call (850) 584-5366.Get your dancing shoes onThe Perry Elks Club will host a Dancing Through the Ages fund-raiser Saturday, Aug. 9, beginning at 8 p.m. Tickets are $15 per person or $25 per couple (a table of 10/$125). Music will provided by DJ Camo (Camden Lynn). Tickets may be purchased at the Chamber of Commerce or from the Elks Club. Proceeds will help fund scholarships for the clubs youth camp. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889 Perry News-HeraldPerry News-Herald 50 Friday/ SaturdayJuly 4-5, 2014 Index One section 125th Year, No. 27www.perrynewspapers.com Weather Friday94 73 10%Saturday95 68 Sunday92 70 50% Perry News-Herald Perry News-Herald 30% Looking Back . ......... A-2 Living . ..................... A-4 Religion . .................. A-5 Sports . .................... A-6 Entertainment . ........ A-8 TV listings . .............. A-9 Classieds . .......... A-10 Steinhatchee Fireworks start at 8:45 p.m. tonight News Forum Incoming class pushes schools limits to edge The Taylor County School District is bracing for the largest incoming kindergarten class in recent memory, forcing ofcials to consider shufing several exceptional student education (ESE) classes from Perry Primary School (PPS) to Taylor County Elementary School (TCES). Superintendent Paul Dyal said the incoming kindergarten class is the largest the district has seen in many, many years, and will require three additional teachers for the 2014-15 school year. We dont have the space for it (at Perry Primary), he said. The district is currently seeking state funding to build a new primary school to replace PPS. One of the reasons cited for the new school was lack of space at the current school. According to Dyal, administrators at PPS and TCES, along with the district ESE director, worked A privately-owned twostory home located in the heart of Steinhatchee Landing Resort was destroyed by a midnight re Tuesday (early Wednesday), leaving only a scattering of pilings on the lot. Three vehicles were also totally destroyed in the blaze. No injuries were reported and the State Fire Marshals Ofce is investigating the cause of the re. When Steinhatchee Fireghter Shaun Cayson arrived at the scene, the home was fully involved, Fire-Rescue ofcials said Thursday, July 3. He battled the blaze on his own until backup arrived from Taylor Countys main station and Dixie Countys re-rescue department. We sent Engine 1 and Tanker 1. Chief Carl McAfee, Fireghter Nick Fire reduces 2-story home to ash Please see page 3 City to revisit $14.95 sewer fee Tuesday?Mayor Daryll Gunter will ask the Perry City Council Tuesday night to take another look at the $14.95 sewer maintenance fee the city charges Pine Ridge residents. I have had a resident ask me about getting this fee repealed and I want to bring it back to the council, Gunter Please see page 3 A Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) contractor is nearing completion of a $127,088.72 project to remove built-up dirt along three main throughways in Perry. Crews have been removing excess material (dirt) along U.S. 19, U.S. 27 and U.S. 221 as a safety measure to $127,000 dirt removal, sod replacement project nearing completionPlease see page 3 Please see page 3 Lets celebrate! (Photo by Stephanie English)
Editors Note: On July 4, 1776, the Second Continental Congress unanimously adopted the Declaration of Independence, announcing the colonies separation from Great Britain. The Constitution provides the legal and governmental framework for the United States, however, the Declaration, with its eloquent assertion all men are created equal, is equally beloved by the American people. Drafted by Thomas Jefferson in June 1776, this document is the nations most cherished symbol of liberty. It set forth a list of grievances against the King of England in order to justify breaking the ties between the colonies and the mother country. The following text is the opening paragraphs of the revered document. WHEN in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of natures God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. We hold these truths to be self-evident, that ALL MEN ARE CREATED EQUAL; that they are endowed by their Creator, with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; that whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate, that governments, long established, should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their future security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these Colonies; and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former systems of government. The history of the present King of Great Britain, is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object, the establishment of an absolute tyranny over these States. To prove this, let facts be submitted to a candid world.A-2 Perry News-Herald July 4-5, 2014 Looking Back July 4-5, 2014 HODGES PARK DEDICATEDFive years after the Hodges family donated land for a park at Keaton Beach, the Taylor County Commission held a dedication for the facilities which lured sunbathers and beach-lovers. County Projects Coordinator Ed Allen was credited for pushing the plan from development to completion, working with the Florida Department of Natural Resources. Local artist and printer Burrell Hindsman designed the sign for the park, which Jimmy Bowden created. Ronald D. Carlton accomplished the landscaping. The Sturdivant Brothers were responsible for construction, working in conjunction with the Taylor County Road Department. During the dedication, Judge Ben Lindsey gave a memorial tribute to the Hodges family.KING MULLET REIGNS AGAINThe report from the 1979 Mullet Festival reported much success, with food and music being abundant throughout. Hazel Baumgardner was named Mullet Queen and wore a crown of mullet tails sprayed gold for the auspicious occasion. Billy Bolton was Mullet King. This edition of the newspaper reported, No reliable information could be secured as to the number of persons feting King Mullet, but an unofcial tally put the total at more than 1500 persons. Organizer Esther Shefeld said it might be the last. Theres a lot of work involved. Theres a lot of planning and a hell of a lot of sh cooking, she said.A WINNER, IN OTHER WAYSAlthough Kathleen Woodward didnt return home with the Miss Florida crown, she did feel like a queen because of the overwhelming support from her hometown. All the contestants got together and decided Kathleen should have won the Most Flowers awardowers and telegrams were overowing in her room, Rick Olcott said. Miss Woodward, while in Orlando for the pageant, toured the Wild Waters attraction with her friend, Jogie Brown, who was recently named Miss Wild Waters.COMING SOONA 92-bed Taylor County Health Facility was expected to open in August, employing approximately 65 persons.TWO EARN BASEBALL SCHOLARSHIPSJimmy Mincy and Reggie Wentworth both signed with Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton, Ga., to receive baseball scholarships for the coming year. WHAT RACE?In the Great Miles Per Gallon Race, sponsored by Faircloth Ford, local banker J. Tom Moore dominated in his competition against another local banker, Tommy Evans. Both drove Ford Fairmonts, but Moores posted 31.2 miles per gallon in the competition and Evans declared 27.5 miles per gallon. SINGLE FEATURESuperman was ying into town, with sightings expected at Graves DriveIn. Due to the extraordinary length of the lm, Graves scheduled one feature for the weekend, with viewers promised an up-close view of Marlon Brando. THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD July 6, 1979 Remember when...By ANTHONY L. WHITE firstname.lastname@example.orgCelebrating Jerry & Mary Davis White Every year around this time, my family comes together to celebrate Jerry and Mary Davis White--the roots of the White, Littles, Davis and Thomas families. Our yearly reunion has alternated between Perry, Middleburg, Jacksonville, Gainesville and Charlotte, N.C. Despite the location, the mission has always been the same. To celebrate Jerry and Mary White by remembering our roots. My great grandmother, Mary, died in 1978, so relatives under the age of 40 do not remember her. My great grandfather, Jerry, passed long before I was born, so I dont remember him. However, every summer, for more than 42 years, the White-Littles-Davis-Thomas Family has convened to strengthen the familial bonds that bind us and to ensure the younger relatives know our familys heritage. reunion. It was held on a Saturday afternoon at Buckeye Park. My grandmother, my Aunt Girlie, my aunts and older female cousins had prepared a smorgasbord of side dishes the night before and earlier that day. My uncles and older male cousins of Fish Frying, Grill Master, Beverage Coordinator, Ice Man and Recreation Director. The kids were dubbed unpaid labor. My grandfather, Willie Bean, had become ill, so he and his brother, my than to be there for their mother, Mary, who was still mourning the loss of her daughter, Luvenia. Eight or nine carloads of cousins from Middleburg and Gainesville showed up, and we spent the day enjoying the company of relatives we hadnt seen in months and feasting on seafood, bar-bque and watermelon. As the sun set over Buckeye Park, we said goodbye until we see you again to the out-of-town relatives, packed everything and then headed home. Our reunions have grown considerably since that early reunion. Now, our reunions cover an entire weekend-Friday to Sunday, and usually consist of so much work for families in the host town that visiting families are the only ones who actually enjoy the weekend. Our last family reunion in Perry/ Tallahassee was in 2011. Friday night, we held a Meet and Greet at the hotel, where we handed out t-shirts and reunion programs. Saturday morning we ate breakfast together at a Tallahassee restaurant before touring the old Capitol building. After a brunch at the Capitol, we toured Mission San Luis, a re-created 17th Century Spanish colonial mission, on West Tennessee Street. An afternoon picnic at a picturesque country park followed. Its true. The family that prays together stays together. So the next morning, the reunions agenda included the entire family gathering for church service at Temple of God Baptist Church here in Perry. That was followed by a reunion banquet at the Perry Mens Club. By the time our visiting families got in their cars and headed home, I was too exhausted too sleep. The next year, the reunion was in Jacksonville. In 2013, when it was scheduled to return to Perry, I came up with an idea for a new type of family reunion. Instead of the typical reunion, I proposed a reunion vacation, where the entire family would vacation together. There would be no tired host families because everyone would be on vacation together. Littles-Davis-Thomas Family Vacation in Orlando. This years reunion vacation will be in Charlotte, N.C. The family will be reuniting for a vacation a long ways from where Jerry and Mary White planted the family roots. But, the mission will still be the same--to celebrate and remember those roots. Perry Elks Symbol of liberty
A-3 Perry News-Herald July 4-5, 2014 If you navigate Floridas highways in a horse-drawn buggy, youre bound to attract a lot of attention. So it was for Rodger Howell who traveled through Taylor County last week, with a dream and a mission. I was selsh when I started out, he says. The rst trip was for me. That trip took him from Erin, Tenn., where he had served 24 years in law enforcement, 16 as police chief. A Bucket List motivation spurred him to launch an 850-mile journey north. This (second) journey, he admits, is for all those people I met along the way, and those that follow me on Facebook all the time. Howell, a Vietnam veteran in his early 60s, spent eight years in the U.S. Army. He admits that Agent Orange took its toll and has left him with heart problems but he vowed not to be one of those people who said, I always wished or When I retire Instead, Howell decided to follow his dream...now. He hitched his wagon to a Percheron Cross Arabian named Sonny, and brought along a border collie, Banjo, as his faithful traveling companion. All my life Ive been a public servant, a horse farrier and a horse trainer. Most of what I learned is that you cant see many things speeding down the road at 70 mph; you can only see it from horseback. Hes seen plenty. Ive met people of every nationality in the country everybody from babies to great grandparents. Most of them want to know, Can I pet your horse? In Lafayette, Ind., I even met some kids who had never seen a horse before, he said. He visited an Amish community in Bend Lake, Mich., and they opened their doors and their hearts to me, he said. We would sit up until 11 oclock talking about religion and politics which is something my mom taught me not to dobut I did anyway. While there, he bought a second Percheron, trading his farrier services. Howell says he survived a tornado in Indiana and an ice storm in Ohio. I think my mode of transportation brings out the good in people; it breaks down all the racial barriers. This country isnt in as bad of shape as you might think. So far, he says, hes only met ve people he didnt care for. His dream has been enjoyed and also revised. He now hopes to travel 8,000 miles via horse and wagon over a four-year period. He says he travels light but he carries his faith with him. Everything is in Gods hands, he says. Id rather go (die) driving a team of horses rather than driving a car and taking out somebody else. After all, his life and his dream are a testament to a slower pace which opens up the world most people race around trying to nd for most of their lives. Living life in the slow lane together to develop a plan to solve the space problem. Dyal presented that plan to the Taylor County School Board during a workshop held last week. TCES currently has several empty classrooms in its ESE area, Dyal said. Under the proposal, two primary school ESE classes would be moved to the empty rooms at TCES. We can better provide services to them because our therapists would not have to travel back and forth between the schools, Dyal said. The students would be taught in their own classrooms and would not be mixed with the older TCES students, he continued. They may have some activities together, but instruction will be at their grade level, Dyal said. The school board is expected to vote on the proposal at its next regular meeting on Tuesday, July 29. Weadon and Fireghter Michael Fox all helped in containing the re. Steinhatchee currently does not have any certied volunteer reghters, so there were no volunteers on scene, ofcials noted. No other homes were affected by re; the house was located near the resorts playground and pool area. said in asking for the item to be placed on the upcoming July 8 meeting agenda. Program Director Tracey Smith is also slated to give council members an update on Main Street Perry. Downtown property owner Ken Smith will also address the council, to discuss problems related to his property located at 223 North Jefferson Street. Tuesdays meeting will start at 5:30 p.m. in the council room adjacent to City Hall. prevent water from running off the built-up areas back into the roadway, FDOT District Two Public Information Director Gina Busscher said. Dirt builds up on the side of the road and when it rains, the water doesnt have anywhere to go but run back onto the roadway. This also helps to make sure if someone swerves off the roadway, there isnt a bump that could help launch their vehicle into a ditch. Crews are also installing centipede sod in the utility strips located between the curb and sidewalks in the areas where U.S. 221, U.S. 27 and U.S. 19 pass through the city limits. INCOMING CLASS Continued from page 1Primarys ESE classes relocated to elementary school? CITY Continued from page 1 Smith to address council SOD REPLACEMENT Continued from page 1 Safety issues propel project FIRE Continued from page 1Steinhatchee lacks volunteer reghtersTaylor Countys unemployment rate rose to 6.9 percent in May after falling to the lowest rate in nearly six years in April. The countys rate was 6.5 percent in April after dropping from 7.3 in March. Aprils rate was the lowest rate since June 2008 when it was 6.1 percent. For May, Taylor had the 17th highest unemployment rate among Floridas 67 counties, which was down from 15th in April. According to gures released recently by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO), the county reported 641 people unemployed and 8,652 employed. Among Taylors neighbors, Madison County had the highest unemployment rate in March with 8.0 percent, followed by Dixie County at 7.3 percent. Below Taylor were Lafayette at 6.4 percent and Jefferson County at 5.0 percent. For the month, all of the counties saw increases in their unemployment rates after each reported signicant drops in April. Unemployment rates slightly higher in May
A-4 Perry News-Herald July 4-5, 2014 Living Miss Teen Essence 2014 In a pageant held June 14, Javonna Green was named 2014 Miss Teen and talent presentations. 94th hendry reunion heldMore than 100 descendants of Jim and Lou Hendry attended the 94th Hendry Reunion at Lake Bird Methodist Church on June 22. Family and friends are reminded that next years reunion will be the fourth Sunday in June. In GainesvilleAnderson will graduate with associates degree on July 12Kenyatta Nika Anderson will graduate from City College in Gainesville on July 12 with her associates degree in Allied Health and Science-Medical Assistant. She is a 2002 graduate of Taylor County High School, and the daughter of Shandora Williams and the late Isaac Big Rick Anderson. Following graduation, Anderson plans to pursue her bachelors degree in health care management. She is currently residing in Gainesville where she is employed as a medical assistant. Bird Island Reunion SaturdayThe annual Bird Island Reunion will be held on Saturday, July 5, with all families and friends invited. Everyone is asked to bring a favorite dish to share and tea (or favorite beverage) to drink. Lunch will be served at 12 noon. Paper goods and ice will be furnished.GENEAOLOGY?Interested inJulys adult workshops at the Taylor County Public Library will focus on geneaology and family studies. The rst workshop is planned for Thursday, July 10, at 6 p.m. An advanced geneaology class will be offered Thursday, July 24, also at 6 p.m. The library will be closed today (Friday) and throughout the weekend. It re-opens Monday, July 7, at 9 a.m. A third workshop is slated for the month, providing information on raising backyard chickens. It will be presented on Thursday, July 17, at 6 p.m. For details on any of these events, please call 838-3512. County recognizes PWCs 100th The Taylor County Board of Commissioners recently acknowledged the centennial celebration of the Perry Womans Club by passing a resolution honoring its years of service to the community. Whereas the Perry Womans Club is the oldest civic club in Taylor County with countless movements for the good of Perry and Taylor County... Whereas in 1925 the Perry Womans Club started a library in their clubhouse which was open two days a week... Whereas the Perry Womans Club helped build three tuberculosis quarantine houses and also launched a signicant landscaping venture for the downtown area... ...Now let it be resolved that the Board of County Commissioners of Taylor County, on behalf of a grateful community, express our appreciation to the Perry Womans Club for 100 years of service and devotion.
A-5 Perry News-Herald July 4-5, 2014 Religion By SARAH HALL An honorary salute to all retired persons all over the world... because work was a beautiful thing! A prayer To all those in need of special prayers and support: Spirit of the living God, fall fresh on all who are going through some difcult times. Our prayers are for those who are ill, in distress, in need of healing, and who need special comforting. Were praying for the body, spirit and the soul. We know you are there with them and everywhere there is a need. Help us to keep the faith. In Jesus precious name, amen. Pray for Jean Carraway in the hospital in Tallahassee and Rhonda Villas, as well as those in bereavement: the families and friends of the late LaKetia Corbite of Jacksonville (niece of Annie Mae Porter) and the family of the late Trinette Pugh. Happy birthday Happy Belated Birthday to a very special lady, Sister Helen Smith, 82 precious years! One key to surviving tough times is to walk in the awareness that God is walking with us. We are safe in his presence, and protected.Happy 4thWe salute Independence Day: one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Happy 4th of July! Let freedom ring!IfBy Rudyard Kipling If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs and blaming it on you; If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, but make allowance for their doubting too: If you can wait and not be tired by waiting, Or being lied about, dont deal in lies, Or being hated, dont give way to hating, And yet dont look too good, nor talk too wise; If you can dream--and not make dreams your master; if you can think--and not make thoughts your aim; If you can meet with triumph and disaster and treat those two imposters just the same: If you can bear to hear the truth youve spoken twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools, or watch the things you gave your life to, broken, and stoop and build em up with worn-out tools; If you can make one heap of all your winnings and risk it on one turn of pitchand-toss, and lose, and start again at your beginning and never breathe a word about your loss; If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew to serve your turn long after they are gone, and so hold on when there is nothing in you except the will which says to them, Hold on! If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue, or walk with kingsnor lose the common touch; If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you, If all men count with you, but none too much: If you can ll the unforgiving minute with 60 seconds worth of distance run; Yours is the Earth and everything thats in it, andwhich is more--youll be a man, my son!TIDBITS:One nation, under GodFOURTH OF JULY WEEKEND Travel back to the Old Testament, learn life skills at V.B.S. or celebrate your freedom Old Testament tripHas it been a while since you visited the Old Testament? Pastor Larry Neal invites the community to join the congregation of First Presbyterian Church for summer worship services at 10 a.m. this Sunday. These 10 a.m. services will continue throughout July and the rst two weeks of August, before we return to our traditional 11 a.m. worship service preceded by Sunday School. Neal will continue a sermon series, A Summer Trip to the Old Testament. If you are out of town, or miss a Sunday, sermons are on the churchs website: www.fpcperry.com. Beginning July 13, everyone is invited to the fellowship hall following the worship service for a cookie and punch social.Outtted & prepared?Are you outtted for lifes choices? Faith Baptist Church will challenge students to be equipped for the challenges and decisions of life, during a Vacation Bible School planned July 7-11. Supper will be served at 5:30 p.m. with activities beginning at 6. For more information please call 584-2980. For transportation, please call Chris at 223-3615.Are you free? Are you grateful?Charity Baptist Church will celebrate Friends, Family and Freedom on Sunday, July 6, beginning at 11 a.m. Free chicken plates and free hotdog plates will be served. A gun give-away is also planned. For additional information, you may visit the web site: cbcinfo@ cbcperry.org. Methodist Church will host V.B.S. next week First United Methodist Church and First Presbyterian Church will hold Vacation Bible School at First Methodist on Jefferson Street for students from kindergarten through fth grade. Registration, snacks and games will begin on Sunday, July 6, at 5:30 p.m. in the fellowship hall. Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. and activities will begin on Monday, July 7, continuing through Wednesday, July 9. A culminating celebration will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 10. Participants will collect slightly used blue and orange school uniform shirts, canned goods, and small toiletry items for the Methodist Church food pantry.
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