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July 13-14, 2012
Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 11889


School grades drop,



as expected by state


I ',
2012 MoonPie Princess
Destin Brown

A MoonPie

and a tan?
Destin Brown, the current
"Miss MoonPie Princess"
for Taylor County, now
finds herself in the Top 10
for the "New Little Miss
Coppertone" title.
She is the daughter of
Heath Brown, Crystal
Colon, Ray and Robin
Baker.
As a Top 10 finalist,
Destin has already
been awarded $300 in
Coppertone products.
Voting for the winner begins
today, July 13, at www.
facebook.com/coppertone.
The finalist with the most
votes wins the title and will
be used in an upcoming
advertising campaign for
Coppertone (no monetary
compensation).
She also wins a vacation
"of her choice." So Destin,
age 5, echoes the sentiments
-of so many candidates in
this nation, urging you to
vote.
For Destin, voting ends
July 26.



Resort


owner


arrested

Steinhatchee Landing
owner Dean Fowler, 77, was
charged with aggravated
assault and discharging
a firearm in public
Wednesday, July 4.
He was booked at
the Taylor County Jail
and released on his own'
recognizance (ROR) by
Judge James Roy Bean.
According to the Taylor
County Sheriff's Office,
the incident stemmed from
Fowler's actions when
he responded to a noise
complaint at one of the units
at his river resort.
The victims told Deputy
Gregg Gulbrandsen that
Fowler shot a pistol in
their, vicinity and then
later pointed the weapon
(a Browning 9 mm semi-
automatic) at them and
threatened to "blow their
brains out" if they did not
turn down the music.
A spent 9 mm cartridge
and an unfired 9 mm round
were located at the scene;
both were discovered on the
ground below the victims'
balcony.
In his report, Gulbrandsen
noted, "Dispatch advised
that Fowler had called
wishing to speak to law
enforcement. Dispatch
'- Please see page 12


After the state tweaked
the formula once again this
year, Taylor County schools
received their grades
Wednesday with every one
showing a letter grade drop
from last year, resulting in
a "B" and two "Ds" for the
district.
This year's Florida
Comprehensive Assessment
Test (FCAT) featured
stricter standards and when
the results were released
this spring, they made
news across the state with
a sharp drop in scores.
This prompted the Florida
Department of Education to
change its rules so that no
schools would be dropped
more than a grade letter
regardless of their score.
The state also temporarily
suspended its practice of
adjusting a school's grade
lower if learning gains


for the lowest performing
students did not meet state
requirements.
Here, Taylor County
Middle School led the pack,
earning a "B," which was
down from the school's "A"
from last year.
Middle schools were
graded differently from
-elementary schools
this year with the
additional component of
accelerated participation
and performance, which
measured participation of
middle school students in
high school level end-of-
course (EOC) assessments
(50 points) and the
performance qf these
students on those exams
(50 points). Students were
credited with successful
performance if they scored
a three or higher on an EOC
assessment, which for 2011-,


12 consisted of Algebra I.
At TCMS, 50 students
took Algebra I this past
school year with all 50
scoring a three or better,
earning the school 24 points
for participation and 50
points for performance.
Overall, TCMS had a
score of 562, with schools
in the range of 560 to 589
earning a "B." Because of
the new components, the
TCMS score cannot easily
be compared to its previous
results.
Taylor County
Elementary School scored
a 428, earning a "D," falling
short of a "C" by seven
points. The school saw the
sharpest decline in its score
from last year, which was
475 in 2011.
Steinhatchee School also
,* Please see page 12


Aerial spraying may begin tonight


Taylor County
continue to be hope
aerial mosquito s
can begin tonight
to help fight again
swarms of insects
have descended on
following Tropical
Debby.
Taylor
Emergency Mana
Director Dustin
said Thursday the s
should begin tonight


officials weather cooperates."
eful that The county has contracted
spraying with Vector Disease Control
(Friday) International (VDCI) based
nst the in Little Rock, Ark., to
which conduct aerial spraying over
the area 129,000 acres here at an
Storm estimated cost of $197,000.
The spraying will be done
County in nine zones encompassing
igement most of the populated areas
Hinkel of the county, including the
praying City of Perry, Eridu/Shady
t "if the Grove, Lake Bird, Aucilla


River Estates, Nutall Rise,
Econfina, Beaches, Salem
and Steinhatchee.
VDCI plans to run the
operation from the Perry-
Foley Airport with VDCI
Manager Malcom Williams
indicating that, weather
permitting, the operation
should be completed in two
nights. Any rain delays or
other issues may push the
-* Please see page 12


$5,000 donation
In a final act as Taylor County Special Olympics coordinator, Linda Pinson
joined her successor, Tammy Middleton, in accepting a $5,000 check
Wednesday from the local Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run
Committee. "This is by far the largest donation we have ever been able to
give our local Special Olympics chapter," committee representative Perry
Police Department Sgt. Lin Gray said. The funds were raised through the
committee's "Tip a Cop" event as well as an in-shore fishing tournament and
various raffles. Thanks to the community's support, local Special Olympic
athletes have the opportunity to participate in gymnastics, power lifting,
basketball, basketball skills, soccer, soccer skills, track & field, Bocce and
golf programs. Shown above are, left to right, Middleton, Pinson, Gray and'
Taylor County Sheriff's Office Deputy Lance Burford.


An Arkansas-based company will conduct the
aerial spray.



'Shake & bake'


meth lab found


Smoke from an
active "shake and bake"
methamphetamine cook led
to the arrest of a 25-year-old
Perry man.
Perry Police Department
(PPD) Ptl. Bill Murray
and Ptl. Chuck Geyer were
dispatched to 808 E. Paige
Street around 7 a.m. on
Saturday, July 7.
Upon their arrival,
they observed a plastic
Gatorade bottle with a
hose attached to its top
sitting outside an open
window.
"Smoke was coming
from the bottle. When they
looked in the open window,
they saw a person lying on
a bed, apparently passed
out. They also observed
the components necessary
for a methamphetamine
lab production in the room.
Det. Mike Anderson, who
is certified to handle meth
lab removals, was called to


the scene. The owner of the
home was also contacted
and gave permission for
law enforcement officers to
search the residence," Capt.
Jamie Cruse said.
The man' was identified
as Harry Merritt; he
was subsequently charged
with manufacturing
methamphetamine.
"Merritt did not live at
the home, but had arrived
there sometime earlier that
morning. Syringes and other
items of paraphernalia were
also found," Cruse said.


Longtime attorney Decker makes


bid for retiring circuit judge's seat


Attorney Andrew J.
"Andy" Decker III of Live
Oak is seeking the office of
circuit judge that will open
in the Third Judicial Circuit
with the retirement of Judge
E. Vernon Douglas.
In announcing his
candidacy, Decker said,
"I am a candidate for the
position of circuit judge
because I have a strong
desire to serve the people of


Columbia, Dixie, Hamilton,
Lafayette, Madison,
Suwannee and Taylor
counties. I understand that
being a judge is a sacred
undertaking and the highest
service to which a lawyer
can aspire."
Decker has practiced law
for more than 33 years and
handled a wide variety of
civil matters throughout his
career in private practice. He


has served as legal counsel
for citizens, governmental
bodies and business and
civic organizations in
the Third Circuit. He has
represented clients in
foreclosure and bankruptcy
cases, probate and estate
planning matters, real
estate closings and complex
business and commercial
litigation. He's handled
cases in appellate courts,


the United States District
and Bankruptcy Courts in
the Middle and Northern
Districts of Florida, as well
as the Eleventh Circuit Court
of Appeal, and is admitted to
practice in the United States
Court of Claims. He said
he has handled more than
10,000 client matters since
being admitted to practice
",, Please see page 12


Andrew J.
'Andy' Decker


Index

Perry News-Herald
o ne sections '123rd Year, No.28
www.peryewspaperscoi


Looking Back......... A-2
Living .......... .......... A-3
Religion....... :......... A-4
Sports.................... A-5


Community............ A-6
Entertainment........ A-7
TV listings ............. A-8
Classifieds.......... A-10


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JERKINS HIGH HERALD

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JERKi RS HIGIH HERALD STAFF-Reading trom left to right are- Miss E. Brown,
AdSvior, tisiy W.. Glanton, Reporter; Richard Bell Jr. Managing Editor, James Moore.
'Edt=or-in- et:; 2ornyiean Smith, Reporter; Douglas Gaines, Reporter: William Mc-
Cloud, .R Joha Howard. Reporter, Mrs. M. Williams, Advisor annd Proof Read-
er; Mr. arilet,.4dvisor and Principal of. Jerk:ns High School. Seated at desk,
Eli,'i"e Po Lte,. 'vpist. Not s.huwn in picture i James Washington Sports Editor
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Shown are members of the Jerkins Herald Staff, 1953. Reading from left to right are:
Miss E. Brown, advisor; Mary W. Glanton, reporter; Richard Bell Jr., managing.editor;
James Moore, editor-in-chief; Jerrylean Smith, reporter; Douglas Gaines, reporter;
William McCloud, reporter; John Howard, reporter; Mrs. M. Williams, advisor and proof
reader; Mr. H.L. Warner, advisor and principal of Jerkins High School. Seated at desk,
Elouise Pouncey, typist. Not pictured is James Washington, sports editor.


Welcome Jerkonians!


Jerkins High School Mass

Reunion is July 13-15
More than 150 graduates and friends of Jerkins High School will
gather for a Mass Reunion this weekend, July 13-15.
Activities include a "meet and greet" tonight (Friday) from 7-11 p.m.
at The Men's Club, a picnic at Loughridge Park Saturday from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m., dinner and dancing at the Perry Elks Club at 7 p.m. that night
and 11 a.m. worship services Sunday at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist
Church.
Featured here is a rare copy of the Jerkins High Herald, dated March
30, 1953. Elouise Pouncey also has original copies of the Jerkins High
School Baccalaureate Services and Commence Exercises for the 1953
graduating class. The Senior Class included: Margaret Buggs, Rhoda
Douglas, Salutatorian Douglas Gaines, Carl C. Hollis, Archie Joe
Jackson, Valedictorian James E. Moore, Elouise Pouncey, 'Alphonso
Scott, Eddie Mae Ward, James Washington and Randolph Woodfaulk.
The Baccalaureate services were held at St. Peters Baptist Church
Sunday, May 31, 1953; commencement services were held Tuesday, June
2, at New Brooklyn Baptist Church.
Principal was H.L. Warner and assistant principal was P.W. Falls. The
commencement address was delivered by Dr. Paul H. Jackson, pastor of
Mt. Gilboa Baptist Church in Bartow.


A' glance at the past


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD


July 7, 1977 '

COUNTERFEIT 20s
CIRCULATING HERE
The front page warned
local citizens of counterfeit
$20 bills which had been
circulated in Greenville
as well as Tallahassee and
surrounding areas. Two
men were apprehended after
paying for their lunch at the
Pirate Hut in Greenville;
they had a bag of $20 bills
in their vehicle which were
"cut crooked" with poorly
printed facial features.

KLAN MEMBERS
BURN CROSS
Members of the Perry
Knights of the Ku Klux Klan
burned a cross six miles
east of Perry on Sunday
night to commemorate an
incident in Plains, Ga., in
which a young man drove
hs sports car through a Klan
rally. Thirty-two persons
were injured--19 requiring


P.O. Box 888
Perry, Florida


hospitalization--and the
driver faced 19 counts of
aggravated battery.

AGNER NAMED
CHIEF JUDGE
Judge Royce Agner was
named chief judge of the
Third Judicial Circuit of
Florida by a unanimous
vote from his fellow circuit
judges.

ELKS INITIATE
22 CANDIDATES
The Perry Elks Lodge
was growing by leaps and
bounds, recently welcoming
22 candidates including
Bob Mohawk, Leonard D.
Cruce, Thomas H. Fletcher,
John Bowden, Robert L.
Ellison Jr., Mike Simpson,
Robert D. Peck, Almon
Blanton, Glenn E. Knowles,
Clyde Green, Thomas W.
Walker, J.C. Connell, Steven
A. Fredrickson, Wilbur
Driggers, Bill L. Calhoun,
Charles M. Thompson,
William H. Kelynack,
Vincent DiRubbio, Bobby
Joe McCall, James T.


ie rr y July 13-14, 2012
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Staff Writer Classified Advertising
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papers, Inc., 123 S. Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347. Subscriptions are $35.00
er year or $49.00 out of county. Periodicals postage paid at Perry Florida 32348.
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and views on the news. Please submit letters by Monday at 5 p.m. The Taco Times
reserves the right to refuse publication of letters which are libelous or irresponsible.
Name may be withheld if circumstances so require, but all letters submitted should
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Welook forward to hearing from youl Our address is Perry, Newspapers, Inc., P.O.
Box 888, Perry, Florida 32348, e-mail: newsdesk@perrynewspapers.com
Member Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.


Berryhill, Clyde R. Hendry
and Ed Parker Jr.

JULY WEDDINGS
Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal Frith
announced the engagement
of their daughter, Pamela,
to Howard D. Woods, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd D.
Woods of Perry. Their
wedding was planned
for Aug. 5 at New Home
Baptist Church.
Iris Dee Walker and E.-
Leon Walker announced
the engagement of their
daughter, Angela Dee, to
Phillip Reginald Poppell,
the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel C. Poppell. An
Aug. 20 wedding in the,


First Baptist Church was
planned.
April Carlton and
Eddie Johnson slated their
wedding for July 15 in
Westside Baptist Church.
Delories P. Smith and
Robert W. Ansell invited
friends and relatives to their
wedding July 9 in the First
United Methodist Church.

WHO'S NEW?
Janie Michele Griner
was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Tally Griner at the NAS
Hospital at Atlantic Beach.
Darren Juvar Bratcher
was welcomed at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital (DMH)
by parents, Phil and Larinda


Bratcher.
Mr. and Mrs. Silas A.
Turner announced the
birth of their son, Jeremy
Anthony, on June 28, also
at DMH. He weighed .7
pounds, 6.5 ounces.

REAL ESTATE
Wells Realty displayed
a lengthy list of properties
which extended from top to
bottom in the newspaper.
On Washington Street, a
two-bedroom frame home
was $10,000.
In Perry Heights, a three-
bedroom home was priced
at $22,500.
In Pine Ridge, a $46,000
price tag was attached to a


four-bedroom, three-bath
home with two central air
conditioners on 1.5 acres.
A comer store at the
beaches was on sale for
$66,000. On the main canal,
a beach house was priced at
$23,000 and another three-
bedroom listing was for sale
for $30,000. Lots at Cedar
Island were $4000 as were
those on Keaton Beach.
Twenty acres off Puckett
Road was priced at $2000
and a one-acre lot on a
paved street sold for $3000.
John M. Wells was the
registered broker and agents
included Rachel Chapman,
Wilder Chapman, Jeannie
Wells, Frank Cone and
Ernestine Wells.


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Working at Hampton Springs
The Taylor County Historical Society shared this photo of Rock Creek Lumber
Engine #69. It was taken in 1916 at Hampton Springs.


Company's Steam


Volumes 1-19

available for purchase

Taylor County Historical Society
Open every Thursday, 1-5 p.m.


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A-3 Perry News-Herald July 13-14, 2012


Page Family Reunion

S begins at noon Sunday
The Page Family Reunion will begin at noon on Sunday,
July 15, in the Perry Garden Club. All friends and family
members are invited to attend.

Next Sunday brings

annual Cruce Reunio
The annual Cruce Reunion will be held Sunday, July 22,
at Forest Capital State Park with lunch to be shared at
12:45 p.m. "We encourage everyone to come, bring the
family and a basket of food," said Dub Cruce for the
family. "Please contact your family and invite them--we
may not have their address."
Ice, cups, plates, napkins and silverware will be
l provided. For additional information, please call Cruce at
584-7718.


Julilus Chicken

...she came, she saw, she conquered


James Lee Black, Kary Rebekah Waters

At Stephen Foster State Park


Waters, Black


will exchange


vows Nov. 17

Randy Waters of Mayo and Kelly Waters of Live Oak
announce the engagement of their daughter, Kary
Rebekah, to James Lee Black, son of James and Marolyn
Black of Live Oak.
The bride-elect is a graduate of Lafayette High School
and Florida State University. She is currently employed at
Taylor County High School.
Her maternal grandparents are the Rev. Gary and Shirley
Heath of White Springs.
The prospective groom is a graduate of Suwannee High
School and is currently employed at Suwannee
Correctional Institution.
His maternal grandparents are Mary Elizabeth Black and
the late Charles Brock. His paternal grandparents are the
late Austin and Ada Black.
The couple will be married in a ceremony at Stephen
Foster State Park in White Springs on Nov. 17, 2012, at 4
p.m. A reception will follow.


Reminder
Coflins
Joe and Vickie Collins remind friends and family
members of their 50th anniversary celebration this
Saturday, July 14, from 3-5 p.m. at their home, 514 W.
Green Street.







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BY POLLY WALLER
It was mid-morning on
the 4th of July and I was
sitting in the shade of the
garage enjoying the view of
our garden in full summer
swing. A flaming citronella
candle sitting on the table
beside me was successfully
warding off the mosquitoes
and I had a fresh, hot cup of
coffee. I opened my book
and began to read "A Noise
of War" about Julius
Caesar, Pompey and
Octavian and their battle for
Rome. I was content,
enjoying my holiday.
That's when a chicken
pranced into the garage like
Caesar crossing the
Rubicon. She knew better.
Rod lets them out to forage
for bugs in the garden and I
have no problem with that,
but they know they are not
allowed on the patio or in
the garage. If you read my
last column, you may
remember I'm jumpy
around birds, but I
generally like and trust hens
(roosters are another story).
Shooing her out didn't
work. All that did was
attract her attention. I
considered picking her up
and taking her back to the
garden, but that meant I'd
have to get up. I was kicked
back and comfortable so I
grabbed the water bottle I
keep handy for unruly cats
and gave her a spray,


expecting her to retreat like
a cat. She didn't.
Instead she came right at
me with a gleam in her
eyes. She had designs on
the roost that served as the
back of my chair. I kept
spraying and she kept
advancing until suddenly
she flapped her wings and
jumped up on my table and
into my lap bringing the lit
candle and coffee with her.
Being kicked back and all, I
was defenseless. There
were feathers, leaping
citronella flames, hot wax
and coffee flying
everywhere, mostly in the
vicinity of me. It all
happened so fast. All I
remember after that was the
noise of war.
Rod heard the
commotion and came
running, finding me
mercifully unburned, but
drenched in all manner of
liquids and jumping up and
down like a mad woman
telling the world just what I
thought of those blankety-
blank chickens. If you live
on the north end of the
county, you probably heard
me. After the smoke
cleared, Rod looked over at
the hen now calmly and
regally perched on the back
of my chair and declared,
"She came, she saw, she
conquered."
(NEXT: A book review for
summer reading.)


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Danyelle Jewel Rogers, Jeffrey Rod Jenkins


Rogers, Jenkins


to marry Aug. 25


at Register Farm

Phillip and Donna (Brim) Rogers of Perry announce the
engagement of their daughter, Danyelle Jewel, to Jeffrey
Rod Jenkins of Clover, S.C., the son of Joy King of Lake
Wylie, S.C., and Jeffrey Mark Jenkins of Clover.
The bride-elect is a 2012 graduate of Taylor County
High School and will be attending North Florida
Community College (NFCC) in the spring of 2013.
The granddaughter of Freddy Rogers of Perry,. she is
presently employed with Jack'n' Jill Childhood Education
Center.
The groom-elect is a 2009 graduate of Clover High
School. He also graduated from naval electronic
technician school in Great Lakes where he also completed
and graduated basic training.
He is currently in the Naval Reserves but will also be
attending NFCC in the spring of 2013.
The couple will be married Aug. 25, 2012, at the
Register Farm in Perry at 6:30 p.m.
No formal invitations will be issued but all friends and
family members of the couple are cordially invited to
attend.


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A-4 Perry News-Herald July 13-14, 2012


flidlbitf 'All that we send into the lives of others, comes back into our own'


By SARAH HALL

Don't forget:
The Simple Word
The Potter's House Ministry will be
teaching "The Simple Word" every Sunday
from 8:30-9:30 a.m. on FM 93.5 on your
radio, Dockins Telecommunications.
Evangelist Patricia Clayton encourages all


to "pray with us for the glory of God."

Sympathy, too
Our sincere and deepest sympathy goes
out to the families of the late Algaqua
Johnson.
Bereavement is the sharpest challenge to
our trust in God. By faith in God, we can
overcome it. However,.we must remember


and comfort ourselves with these words:
"Weeping may endure for a night, but joy
cometh in the morning." (Psalm 30:5)

Other prayers...
In addition to the Johnson Family, our
prayer list also includes Shirley Flanders at
Perry Health Facility, Leona Summers at
Centre Point and Walter Bishop.


Think about it...
"Wisdom is a tree of life to those who eat
her fruit; happy is the man who keeps on
eating." Proverbs 3:18 (TLB)
"There is a destiny that makes us
brothers, none goes his way alone; all that
we send into the lives of others comes back
into our own."--Edwin Markham


Obituaries


Thomas Henry
Aaron' Jr.


Thomas Henry Aaron Jr
59, died Saturday, July
2012, after a three-mont
battle against cancer.
He was born i
Tallahassee but had mad
Aiken, S.C., his home since
1984. He 'was
superintendent for E.]
DuPont for many years
followed by years i
construction project
management with various
construction firms, mos
recently The Shaw Group.
Mr.'Aaron was a member
of the Masonic Lodge #156
and the Plumbers an
Pipefitters Local 234 c
Jacksonville.
Survivors include: hi
wife, Melanie Jo "JoJo
Sweeney Aaron; one sor
Parker Aaron Aiken; on
brother, Eddie (Charon
Aaron of Greenville; and.
host of nieces, nephews
and friends.
Services will be hel
today, Friday, July 13, at
p.m. at Shellhouse Funer
Chapel in Aiken with Tor
Jourdan officiating.
Interment will follow
Southlawn Cemetery. Th
family members wi
receive friends from 1 p.n
until 3 p.m. at the funern
home.
A reception celebration
Mr. Aaron's life will follow
burial at the home c
Ronnie and Joyce Raum.
Memorial donations ma
be directed to the America
Red Cross, 1314 Pine Lo
Rd., Aiken, SC 29803.
The online guest boo
may be signed
www.shellhousefuneralhor
e:com

Emma Ruth Tutei
Emma Ruth Tuten, 78
died'on Tuesday, July 1(
2012 at her residence.
She was born i
Homerville, Ga. to Johnni
Hockaday and the former
Rosetta Jolley. She was
lifelong resident of Tayle
County.
Mrs. Tuten was


homemaker and a member
of the Lighthouse Revival
Center.
She was preceded in
death by her husband, John
L. Tuten; her parents; three
brothers, Henton Hockaday,
William Hockaday and Eb
Hockaday; a sister, Annette
Stancil; two grandchildren,
Donna Lynn Tuten and
Jonathan Wayne Hilson.
Survivors include: two
sons, Johnnie S. (Tina)
Tuten and Ronny Wayhe
(Becky) Tuten, all of Perry;
one daughter, Linda D.
(Clayton) Brown of Perry;
.three sisters, Juanita
7, Melcolm, Erma Smith and
h Charlotte King; one brother,
Bo Hockaday; 11
n grandchildren; 11 great-
e grandchildren; one great-
e great-grandchild; and a host
a of nieces, nephews, other
[. relatives and friends.
s, Funeral services were
n held Thursday, July 12 at 10
:t a.m. at Joe P. Bums Funeral
s Home. Dennis Nobles
st officiated. Interment
followed at Woodlawn
,r Cemetery. No visitation was
5, be held.
d
Af Algaqua L.

s Johnson
". Algaqua L. Johnson, 75,
i, died Thursday, July 5, 2012,
e at her residence. She was a
i) native of Perry.
a Survivors include: her
s, husband, the Rev. Flavis
Johnson of Quincy; five
d sons, Earnest Nelson Jr. of
3 Tampa, Arthur Nelson of
a Perry, Earnest B. Nelson of
n Perry, Jerry Nelson of
Philadelphia, Pa., and
at Marcus Johnson of Atlanta,
.e Ga.; two daughters, Faye
11 Nelson of Tallahassee and
i. Alpha Watters of Perry; one
al brother, Arthur Moyd of
Philadelphia Pa.; 13
g grandchildren; and 15
w great- grandchildren.
,f Services will be held
Saturday, July 14, at 11 a.m.
y in Stewart Memorial
n A.M.E. with the Rev.
g Merrick officiating.
Interment will follow at
k Springhill Cemetery.
at Family members will


receive friends Friday
evening, July 13 from 5-7
p.m. at Evans/Walker
Funeral Home which is in
charge of arrangements.

Berry Beatrice
Fletcher
Berry Beatrice Fletcher
of Old Town, 96, died
Wednesday, July 11, 2012,
at Haven Hospice of the Tri
Counties in Chiefland.
She was a lifelong
resident of Dixie County
and an active member of
Rock Sink Baptist Church,
serving in various
capacities including church


clerk for 20 years, church
treasurer, Training Union
director, Sunday School
teacher and youth worker
traveling with groups to
Ridgecrest several times.
Mrs. Fletcher was a bus
driver for the school system
of Dixie County.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, Berry
Ann and Addie Cannon; a
daughter, Ellen Fletcher; a
brother, Lamar Cannon;
two sisters, Estelle Cannon
and Bertie Jones; a son-in-
law, George Dickert; and a
foster child, Jackie Barber.
Survivors include: two
sons, Freddie (Sherry)


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Fletcher of Old Town and
Tom (Marcy) Fletcher of
Perry; three daughters,
Venora Fletcher (James)
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Theresa Fletcher Lee of Old
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Alachua; 10 grandchildren;
14 great-grandchildren; and
four great-great-
grandchildren.
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Rev. Jake Cravey
officiating. Interment will
follow in the church
cemetery. Family members
will receive friends this
evening, July 13, from 6-8
p.m. at Rick Gooding
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family requests donations
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Church Music Fund.
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Cost is $56 per child before August 4;
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Fishing Report



Trout biting during


the Fourth of July


BY PAT MCGRIFF
onemorecast@ gtcom.net
Trout were biting over the
week of the Fourth of July
as evidenced by my charter
July 5 with Wayne and Ken
Walker of Gainesville. We
caught 15 trout and a nice
27-inch redfish fishing with
live pinfish under Back Bay
and Cajun Thunders. We
caught most of our trout in
4.5 5.5 feet of water. The
water temperature was 88
degrees on the way back
from our trip.
I took a couple of nice
trout that week on Stinky
Pink, 5 inch Shad Assassins.
I also gave a pack of Assassin
Violet Moon 5-inch Shads to
a young couple docked next
to me and the young man
caught a 19-inch trout, his
best of five trout, on the baits
on Thursday the 5th.
"Scallops!" was the cry,
over the holiday, though
most folks found them
wanting. Some limits were


picked up, but the scallops
are spotty and deep again
this year, according to the
reports I have gleaned of late
from Keaton. I have not been
in the water this year.
Here are a few ( albeit late,
sorry, my bad) reports from
Keaton :
Todd Rowand with Hunter
and Abe Eakes of Albany,
Ga., had their limit of
scallops July 1 from 7.5 feet
of water near Grassy Isle.
George, Nellie, Kyle and
Kyla Miguel of Perry had
3 reds from 21 to 27 inches
from 3 feet of water on Gulp.
Last Saturday, Randy
Davis and Ralph Lumpkin
of Ashburn, Ga., had 8 trout
from 18 to 21inches and a
21-inch red all on Gulp and
live pinfish under Cajun
Thunders from 4 5 feet of
water.
That's It ... except to
say ... Y'all be Careful out
there and FLY YOUR DIVE
FLAGS! It's the LAW!


Weekly games benefiting

TCHS basketball program


The Taylor County High
School boys basketball team
will be hosting summer
basketball games each
Thursday evening during
the summer.
Teams from surrounding
counties such as Hamilton
and Wakulla are expected to
participate in the program.
The teams will play
every Thursday evening
between 5 and 7:30 p.m.
until July 26. The Quincy


Officials Association will be
officiating the games.
Each team is scheduled to
play 12 games with summer
basketball rules in effect.
There will be a total of
three (3) games played each
evening. The Taylor County
High School basketball team
will be hosting this event to
raise funds for its upcoming
2012-13 basketball season.
The entry fee is $3 per
person.


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A-5 Perry News-Herald July 13-14, 2012


In first half of 2012

Boating accidents claimed 28 lives


Sixty-seven people lost
their lives in Florida last
year in boating accidents,
and there have already been
28 deaths so far this year,
according to the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC), which
has released its 2011 Boating
Accident Statistical Report.
The FWC is responsible
for reviewing, analyzing
and compiling boating


accident data for the state.
Its statistical report details
boating accidents and their
causes.
"The frequency of boating
accidents in Florida and
their causes would probably
shock most people," said
Investigator Andy Bickel, of
the FWC's Division of Law
Enforcement.
"We want to reduce the
number of accidents, injuries


and deaths on Florida
waters," Bickel said.
Drowning is the leading
cause of death in boating
accidents, statistics show.
"There's an easy fix. Wear
a life jacket," Bickel said.
"There are several styles
of life jackets available to
boaters that won't interfere
with your boating experience
and may save your life,"
Today's boaters can


League champs
The Detroit Tigers were the 12-and-under champs of the local youth
baseball league this season. Team members include Cameron Mosley,
Jordan Niles, Travis Higgins, Trevor McNeese, Zak Hughes, David Reischl,
Will Albritton, Naldric Dixon, Trent Flores, Dilan Clark and Allen Thomas. The
team was coached by Jim Bray, Benji Dorman and Scott Albritton. For Bray
and Dorman, its was their third-straight championship team.

In state and federal waters

Red snapper season closes July 17


The 2012 Gulf of Mexico
red snapper recreational
harvest season will close
July 17 in state and federal
waters; the last day of
harvest is July 16.
This year's 46-day state
season, which is the same as


the 2012 federal recreational
red snapper season in the
Gulf of Mexico, was set
in May at a meeting of the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC). The season was
extended at the end of


Clinic offering free sports

physical through July 31


The DMH Steinhatchee
Family Medicine Clinic
is offering free sports
physical for Steinhatchee
students from July 9 through
July 30.
The physical are by
appointment only. To make
an appointment or for more


information, call (352) 498-
5888.


June, because bad weather
led to decreased fishing
opportunities. The season
started June 1.'
Florida state waters in the
Gdlf extend from shore to
nine nautical miles; federal
waters extend beyond that
line to 200 nautical miles.
More information about
red snapper fishing is
available online at MyFWC.
com/Fishing (click on
"Saltwater," "Recreational
Regulations" and then "Gulf
Red Snapper").


choose from several models
of light and comfortable,
inflatable belt-pack and over-
the-shoulder life jackets that
can be worn while fishing or
enjoying the sun, and they
do not interfere with boating
activities.
Accidents can occur
without warning, and if for
some reason someone ends
up in the water, quite often
it's too late to put on a life
jacket.
"The leading type of
accident continues to be
boaters colliding with other
boats or objects," Bickel
said. "With the number of
boaters in our beautiful state,
it's important to pay close
attention to everything that's
going on around your boat."
Statistics repeatedly show
that boaters who have taken
a basic boating safety class
are less likely to be involved
in a serious boating accident.
The 2011 Boating
Accident Statistical Report
is now available online at
MyFWC.com/Boating, click
on "Boating Accidents."

Win a truck

at TD Club's

July 21 golf

scramble
The Taylor County
Touchdown Club will be
sponsoring a golf scramble
on Saturday, July 21, at Perry
Golf and Country Club.
The 4-man team, 18-
hole event will be limited
to the first 18 teams to sign
up. The entry fee is $200
per team which includes
a golf cart for 18 holes,
lunch, door prizes and an
awards banquet.'
Other prizes will be
awarded for longest putt and
longest drive as well as a
closest to the pin contest. A
brand new Ford truck will
be awarded by Timberland
Ford for a hole-in-one on the
designated hole.
For more information or
to sign up, contact Brandon
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A-6 Perry News-Herald July 13-14,2012


And the winner is...
Since 2010, the Steinhatchee River Chamber of Commerce
has sold $5 raffle tickets for a golf cart provided at cost by Fred
Morgan of Big Bend Marine in order to fund its annual Fourth of
July fireworks display. Shown above is the winner of this year's
golf cart raffle, Bartow Nowak from Okeechobee. The winning
ticket, #759, was bought at the 2012 Fiddler Crab Festival and
was drawn July 4 by (bottom'photo) Chiefland Watermelon Queen
Anna Patterson, a Steinhatchee native, and Pam Wessels, right.
The ticket was purchased for Nowak by a friend, Dewey Wills of
West Palm Beach. The chamber would also like to thank Paula
and Larry Fritcher of the Sea Witch as well as Ed Wessels, who
picked up the fireworks and put the display together. Helping in
shooting off the rockets were Tyler Rayburn and Mason Johnson.
'We thank everyone who either helped to sell tickets or who
purchased one. Our gorgeous fireworks display is an event that
many travel an hourto watch' chamber officials said.

S


Vacation Bible School:


1950's style
Deeply imbedded in my memory bank is time
spent at Vacation Bible School at the Church
of God on Center Street. I remember it with
affection. I am convinced it is largely responsible
for Christian values I hold to today.
VBS usually started late June or early July
and ran for two weeks. From a child's viewpoint I
couldn't see the tremendous effort and planning
that took place prior to the first day. Now that I
have stepped into the adult role during VBS, I
can appreciate the wonderful Christian people
who volunteered their time each summer.
On opening day it seemed children literally
swarmed from every direction toward the church.
Most of us arrived on foot, along with any children
we came across as we walked. That's not to say
cars were not available in the 1950's--it was the
norm for children to walk just about everywhere
they went during that time and we never thought
a thing about it. As we neared the church we
could hear the sound of piano music as it floated
through the open windows calling us toward the
sanctuary upstairs. The church was built with
a basement below that served as Sunday-school
rooms. What seemed to be a million steps, in
my child's eye, were taken to gain access to the
church.
With church members like Bro. and Sis.
Ringer, Sapp, Tedder, Denmark, Sauls, Franklin,
Mathis, Morgan and so many others I can't recall,:
the church would fill to capacity with giggling
children ready for the yearly adventure.
These precious saints will surely receive a
special reward from God on "Reward Day!"
With a smile on their faces, and tender love and
concern in their voices, they would herd us into
wooden benches for the welcome from the pastor,
followed by the opening song.
The pastor during most of my childhood was
Bro. Franklin. He was the greatest! A tall man,
with a smile for everyone, he led his flock with
the gentle love of a true shepherd. And, his son
David, who all the girls had a serious crush on,
certainly helped the church attendance for the
younger set!
Once quiet was heard, the opening prayer
prayed, we stood to pledge allegiance to the
American flag, the Christian flag and the Bible.
The sound of children's voices joined the adult
voices with enthusiasm and sincerity as we


e
gave honor to the three
symbols that represent l
our Christian nation.
The offering was
welcomed as we pitted '
the girls against the
boys to see who could
tip the cups with our
pennies, nickels and
dimes. A rousing shout
of victory followed the
results as the winner
was declared each day. I realize now the money
was used to help defray the cost of VBS, but at
the time it was a good way to get one over on the
boys. The girls usually won!
Classes were divided by age, starting with
Cradle Roll all the way to the teen class. With our
class determined, the teachers called us out with
instructions to follow them. Most of the classes
were held downstairs, but in the case of overflow,
we would find a shady spot outside under the
trees. This time was used to learn Bible stories.
They didn't have the availability of network helps
we have today. Their main source was the Bible.
It would come alive with the use of the flannel-
graph board, a simple square of board covered
with grey or blue flannel and characters with a
backing that stuck on the board as the teacher
told the story. Those stories live in my mind
today with clarity.
Craft class was a high point of the day. We
used construction paper, glue, pop-sickle sticks
and whatever was there to construct mementos
to take home.
Another good memory is the Bible-Drills. We
called it the Sword-Drills. With our finger holding
a place open about half-way through the Book of
Psalms, so we could .go either way quickly, we
listened for the scripture to be called out. The
first child to find the scripture, and read the first
three words was declared the winner. It was a
fabulous method to encourage young children to
read the Bible.
Midway through the day we enjoyed a snack,
usually Kool-Aid and Jonnie Cookies.
The calls of "see you tomorrow" were heard all
up and down Center Street as we went home.
It was a wonderful way to spend part of the
summer and truly has lasting results.


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July 13-14, 2012,


Peter Parker will become the


'Amazing Spider-Man'again


The current and now longstanding swath
of comic book adaptations can be traced
back to the critical and box office success of
2000's "X-Men" and 2002's "Spider-Man."
Both films were followed by well-
received sequels, which depending who
you ask, were even better than their
predecessors.
Then, when it seemed the only way was
up, each series produced a third film that
was so lackluster that it put
the brakes on the franchises
altogether.
For "X-Men," instead of
pursuing a fourth installment,
they went back in time,
examining first the early
years of Wolverine, and then
Professor X and Magneto in
the much more successful
"X-Men: First Class," both
which toyed with the timeline
a bit but more or less kept to
the existing universe created
in the original trilogy.
For "Spider-Man," however, the three
films under director Sam Raimi were tossed
out the window with the studio deciding to
reboot the entire franchise, even though it
had only been a few years since the films
were bringing in billions of dollars.
Would audiences be willing to accept a
new actor as Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield,
"The Social Network") while they watched
a slightly different but otherwise very
similar retelling of the 'origin of Spider-
Man?
After a massive $140 million haul in its
first six days, "The Amazing Spider-Man"
has emphatically answered that question.
But, was a reboot really necessary, or
even wanted? In my opinion, no.
Having seen the new film, however,
I have to say the filmmakers must have
decided that if they were going to reboot a
franchise that didn't need rebooting, they
were going ,to at least make a really good
reboot.
And that's just what "The Amazing
Spider-Man" is. Sure, there's a. feeling
of been there, done that at times, but they
manage to tell a slightly different story
of Peter Parker's ascension to super-hero
Status while remaining more or less true to
the comics.
The story this time is, much more
concerned with Peter's missing parents,
beginning with a young Peter watching
helplessly as his father--a scientist working
for Oscorp--leaves with his mother and
disappears forever. Raised by his Uncle Ben
(Martin Sheen, "The West Wing") and Aunt
May (Sally Field, "Brothers and Sisters"),
Peter is now in high school.
After discovering his father's old
briefcase, Peter seeks out his former partner
at Oscorp, Dr. Curt Connors (Rhys Ifans,


MAY 30-JULY 15
Held over for an additional
three weeks, the Hippodrome
in Gainesville presents, "The
Marvelous Wonderettes,"
the hit off-Broadway musical
which takes audiences to
the 1958 Springfield High
School prom to meet the
Wonderettes, four girls with
hopes and dreams as big
as their crinoline skirts. As
we learn about their lives
and loves, we are treated
to the girls performing such
classic'50s and '60s songs
as "Lollipop," "Dream Lover,"
"Stupid Cupid, "Lipstick
On Your Collar," "Hold Me,
Thrill Me, Kiss Me" "It's
My Party" and more than
20 other classic hits. The
theatre is located at 25 SE
2nd Place in Gainesville. For
more information, including
showtimes, visit online at
thehipp.org or call the box
office 352-375-4477.
JULY 6-15
Young Actors Theatre in
Tallahassee sets sail with
"Anything Goes." Don't
miss the boat! As the S.S.
American heads out to sea,
two unlikely pairs set out
on the course to true love,


"Anonymous"), an expert in cross-species
genetics. To his surprise, Peter learns his
crush Gwen Stacey (Emma Stone, "Easy
A") is Dr. Connors' intern. Oh, he also gets
bitten by a genetically enhanced spider and
gains super powers. That might become
important later.
With his father's papers, Peter helps Dr.
Connors further his research, but when the
doctor uses himself as a research subject, it
turns him into the monstrous
Lizard, threatening New York
City.
Peter must use his newfound
abilities to stop the Lizard and
discover just what his destiny
holds.
It's only been 10 years
since "Spider-Man" spun
his way into theaters, so it's
hard to get over the fact that
we're watching many of the
same story points again. Sure,
"Spider-Man 3" was a mess,
and the cast was pretty much
ready to move on, but it's not inconceivable
that they could have survived a recasting
and moved forward with the story.
That being said, "The Amazing Spider-
Man" is a very solid film, especially
considering it is only director Marc Webb's
second feature after the quirky, low-budget
romantic comedy "(300) Days of Summer."
I've also been a fan of Garfield even before
his turn in "The Social Network," after
seeing him in "The Imaginarium of Doctor
Parnassus" and the British drama "Never
Let Me Go."
It's hard not to compare his performance
to Toby McGuire's, so I'll saythe new Peter
has a more sarcastic edge to him, a bit more
bite to his humorous side. By keeping the
action in high school rather than jumping
quickly to college, we also get to see a
younger. Peter dealing with the side effects
as.well as the responsibilities that come
with his powers.
Stone is also a nice romantic lead as
Gwen Stacey, a character who played a vital
role in the original comics, but was horribly
misused in "Spider-Man 3."
Aside from the obvious retreads, the
story is engaging, planting the mystery
surrounding Peter's parents' disappearance
as a ongoing thread which will presumably
be continued into the eventual sequels.
The special effects look very pretty on
the big screen and the action sequences are
well-choreographed, especially considering
this was director Webb's first time with
anything of this scale.
Was "The Amazing Spider-Man"
necessary? No. Was a reboot really called
for? No. Is the resulting film a fun, engaging
action adventure? Yes.
The movie is rated PG-13 for sequences
of action and violence.


proving sometimes destiny
needs a little help from a
crew of singing sailors, an
exotic disguise and some
.good old-fashioned blackmail.
Remaining performances
include July 13-15 at 7:30
p.m. and July 15 at 2 p.m.
Tickets are $14 for children
(12 and under), $16 for
students and seniors,
and $18 for adults. For
more information or to
reserve tickets, visit www.
youngactorstheatre.com.
The theatre is located at 609
Glenview Dr. in Tallahassee.


JULY 14
Relax to live music performed
on the Tallahassee Museum's
outdoor stage at the 34th
annual Swamp Stomp
Music Festival from 4 t6
9 p.m. A staple of the Big
Bend's cultural calendar,
the outdoor event features
Americana performances
by some of the region's
favorite musicians. Admission
is $9 for adults and $6 for
children.The museum is
located at 3945 Museum
Dr. in Tallahassee For more
information, visit online at
tallahasseemuseum.org.


JULY 14
Museum of Florida History's
Second Saturday Family
Program for July will be
the Civil War. The program,
which will run from 11 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m., features
re-enactors from the Civil
War Civilian Society. The
group will'present displays
and lead discussions about
medical care and life onboard
ships during the Civil War.
Program and parking are
free. The museum is located
at 500 South Bronough St.
in Tallahassee. For more
information, visit www.
museumoffloridahistory.com.


AUG. 4
The St. Marks National
Wildlife Refuge will host a
nature photography class
from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. The
emphasis will be on digital
photography and natural
history of the refuge. Bring
your own equipment. The
class will be inside followed
by a nature walk outside, so
please bring water, insect
repellent and a hat. Call
850-925-6121 to register for
the class.


Free Friday concert
Gainesville's "Free Fridays" Concert Series continues tonight with -a
performance from Uncle Morty's Rhythm Cream from 8 to 10 p.m. at the
Bo Diddley Community Plaza. Rhythm Cream is an 11-piece R&B/soul band
influenced by the Motown sound which formed in Detroit in the early '60s.
A complete listing of the "Free Fridays" entertainment schedule can be
found at www.gvlculturalaffairs.org.


Tallahassee Film Festival


on the move to November


Now in its fifth year, the
Tallahassee Film Festival
has moved to the fall and
will hold its event Nov.
9-11.
The festival recently
announced a formal
partnership with the Florida
State University College
of Motion Picture Arts,
which is overseeing the
operation of this year's
festival.
Submissions are now
open and filmmakers are
invited to submit both
short and feature films, in
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narrative and documentary
formats.
"In addition to our
commitment to present a
wide range of quality films
each year, the Tallahassee
Film Festival is dedicated
to discovering new talent in
filmmaking and exploring
new visions in every genre,"
said Chris Faupel, artistic
director of the festival.
"For our event in
2012, we will continue
to bring engaging and
entertaining films to our
audiences, which they


might not otherwise have an
opportunity to enjoy."
The festival is accepting
entries with a completion
date of May 1, 2011.
The final deadline for
submission is Aug. 31.
For more information
about how to submit,
visit www.withoutabox.
com, or contact the
festival at programming@
tallahasseefilmfestival.com.
Further information about
the festival can be found
at tallahasseefilnmfestival.
com/.


Quirky'Mirror Mirror' continues


Year of Snow White on Blu-ray


The year of Snow White
continues, with the quirky
"Mirror Mirror" now
available on DVD and Blu-
ray.
In the race to the gates,
"Mirror Mirror" beat its
more serious, action-
oriented rival, "Snow White
and the Huntsman" to
theaters, but the box office
race wasn't even close.
"Mirror Mirror" may be like
the step-sister left home to
clean house while everyone
else goes to the ball--oh
wait, wrong fairy tale.
Even so, there's something
endearing about the movie,
even if it has a more limited
audience than its cousin.
Honestly, "Mirror
Mirror" is a strange little
film, venturing into the
realm of the absurd at
times. It is definitely not a
weighty film, but manages
to charm all the same in its
own cute sort of way thanks
to a completely over-the-
top performance from Julia
Roberts ("Ocean's 11"),
who shows a very different
side here. (Her version of
the queen is also completely
unlike Charlize Theron's
portrayal in "Huntsman.")
The story of "Mirror
Mirror" more or less follows
the tale we've all grown up
with thanks to Disney's
classic animated version.
Here, the king (Sean
Bean, "Game of Thrones")
ventures out into the forest
one day and never returns.
The queen takes over and
soon the kingdom known
for having a people so
happy they sing and dance
all day is blanketed by snow
and despair.
For Snow White (Lily
Collins, "Priest"), life
isn't much better, bullied
and insulted by the queen
and kept out of view from
everyone but the servants.
On a very rare trip outside
the castle, Snow comes
across a traveling prince
(Armie Hammer, "The
Social Network"), who had
been attacked by a group of


seven bandits.
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queen decides she
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must get rid of Snow, who
has attracted the prince's
attention.
Soon the princess is out
in the woods and with the
dwarfs, who of course
are the bandits. Only this
version of Snow isn't
content with sitting back
and waiting to be rescued.
She wants to save not
only herself, but her entire
kingdom from the ruthless
rule of her step-mother.
Director Tarsem Singh
made a name for himself
with 2000's "The Cell" and
2006's "The Fall," but was
also responsible for my
least favorite film of 2011,
"Immortals."
While it never really feels
like he figures out exactly
what tone he's reaching
for in "Mirror Mirror,"
he comes close enough
that the film mostly works
in the end, Bollywood-
esque dance number
included.
There's a lot of comedy
to be sure, not all of which
works. When it does,
it's mostly thanks to the
actors' willingness to put
it all out there in their
performances, especially
Roberts, Hammer, Nathan
Lane ("The Producers")
and the various dwarfs,
including Martin Klebba
("Pirates of the Caribbean:


Dead Man's Chest") and
Danny Woodburn ("Death
to Smoochie").
Collins has the unenviable


task of playing straight-man
to the absurdity around her
and does an admirable job.
While the film is rated
PG, I'm not sure there
is enough action to keep
younger children engaged
despite the many gags.
"Mirror Mirror" is.one of
those films that's not good
enough to laud but also not
bad enough to attack.
I will give the filmmakers
credit for trying something a
little different.
"Mirror Mirror" is good
for a humorous diversion
if you need one or simply
want to avoid the summer
heat and mosquitoes for a
few hours.
The film is rated PG for
some fantasy action and
mild rude humor.
The DVD release offers
two featurettes, "Looking
Through the Mirror" and
"Prince and Puppies." The
Blu-ray edition adds "I
Believe in Love" dance-
along, interactive storybook,
deleted scenes and a digital
copy of the film.







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Mail your name, address and a check for
$35 (in county) or $49 (out of county) to
P.O. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348


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Big Yard Sale. 610 W. Malloy Ave.
(Liz Bishop's house), 9 a.m. until 9
p.m., everyday. Plus sizes 22-28
and other sizes, wigs, belts,
shoes, purses, hats, sleepware,
bathroom items.
07/11 -07/13
Toni's Big Yard Sale. Saturday, 8
a.m. until 1 p.m. Turn at old
Highway Patrol Station on
Slaughter Rd., then turn left on Bill
Stanley Rd. Computer, jewelry,
something of everything. Rain or
Shine!
07/13
Multi-Family Yard Sale. Saturday
at 117 Poppell Dr. (off Old Dixie
Hwy.) 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. We have
clothing of all sizes, toys, books,
new items still in packaging,
kitchen items, whatnots and a little
of everything. Cancel if raining.
07/13
Huge Multi-Family Garage Sale.
Saturday, June 14, 8 a.m. until.
123 Ridge Road. TV, appliances,
clothes, toys. Rain or shine.
07/13
Yard sale. Saturday, 221 North,
just past the Gas & Grill from 7
a.m. until 1 p.m., look for signs.
Baby clothes and accessories,
women's clothes, men's clothes,
household items, AB Lounger,
clarinet and much, much more.
Moving sale. 107 Marshall Dr.,
Friday, July 13, from 8-a.m. until
noon. Clothes, toys, TVs,
household items. Everything must
go!
07/13
Huge 6 Family Yard Sale. Saturday
at 2859 Ward Rd. off of Foley Cut-
Off Rd. from 8 until. Tons for
everyone, toys, household goods,
clothes for men, women, kids,
babies, too much to list. Look for
signs.
07/13


Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. until 2
p.m. 3498 Hwy. 19 South (Taylor
Storage Center across from Taylor
Tech.) Big Clearance Sale--up to
50% off. 19-gallon hot water
heater, AB Lounge-like new, fold-
up camp bike, adult tricycles, dog
carrier, microwave, convection
oven, bread maker, wine cooler,
portable charging station, dining
table and 4 chairs, wheelchair,
knives, swords, stroller, car seats,
swing, toys, DVDs, VCR tapes,
cook books, home security
system, small appliances, new
and used tools, magnetic
bracelets, lighthouse lamp, baby
clothes, much more.
07/13



Whirlpool dryer $150
Whirlpool washer $150
548-2650 or (850) 491-5877.
07/13 07/25


Forsale. Boat shed 18'x21' close
sides. $1,400 obo. 102 Hemlock
Dr., 584-5537 or 556-212.
07/11 07/27
CHEAPER THAN RENTING.
Yamaha trumpet for sale with two
mouth pieces in hard case. Asking
$300, call 223-1005.
Okra for sale. To place your order
call 584-9805 or 843-3046.
06/29 07/18
Cash for junk cars and trucks, free
removal. 7 days a week. Call 386-
658-1030 or 904-887-8513.
05/11 7/27


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


Gilman Bulhildg Products
1509 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
has the following positions available
Maintenance Repairman Mechanical
Gilman is accepting applications for a Mechanical Maintenance
Repairman. Must be willing to work 3T shift. Requires 2 years
industrial mechanical andweldingexperienceor2years mechanical
technical training. Qualified applicants apply in person.
Maintenance Repairman Electrical
Gilman is accepting applications for an Electrical Maintenance
Repairman. Must be willing to work 2"" or 3" shift. Requires 2
years industrial electrical experience, PLC preferred or 2 years
electrical technical training. Qualified applicants apply in person.
Storeroom "PM" Position
Gilman is accepting applications for Storeroom Clerk. This position is
a 2 shift receiving, inventorying, issuing parts and overall inventory
management in a sawmill production facility. Requires high school
diploma, computer knowledge and experience in industrial parts are
preferred. Competitive pay rate, 401K, dental, health & life insurance,
paid vacation & holidays and promotional opportunities,

Interested applicants should apply in
person Monday through Friday from
8:00 AM until 3:30 PM at the front office.



HOUSE

FOR SALE
613 East Leon Street (Great Corer Lot)









WHY PAY RENT?....This home is within your
means, Check out this 3 BR/1 Bath home on a
corner lot-move in ready. Recently upgraded
bath, refinished wood flooring, new appliances in
kitchen. Great for couples or small family. This is a
comfortable, compact home in great condition.
Call today for appointment. $58,500.00

Professional Realty of Perry
850-584-5844
Inda G. Roberts
Licensed Real Estate Broker
Ella Jane Freeman Realtor/Associate
__ 522 S. Jefferson St Perry, Florida 32347
Member of Florida Assocation of Realtors
Serving Taylor County since 1986
www.prorealtyofperry.com


For sale. Frigidaire 26 ft. SBS with
ice and water in door. Stainless
door, fingerprint resistant, slight
damage. $500 call Greg (229)
850-0174.
07/11 -07/13



Want to buy older log or pole
trailers, 2 or 4 bolsters in working
order. Call (386) 208-3928.
06/29 07/17



Found two tools off of a lawn
trailer, call to describe 584-7949.



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


PRICE REDUCED on this
2BD/2BA DWMH on 1 acre;
located near Yates Creek &
Keaton Beach boat ramps; ideal
for primary residence or get-away;
several outbuildings & fencing
offer a variety of uses; located on
quiet cul-de-sac at 15040
Pompano Place; $66,900. Call
Beach Realty (850) 578-2039,
www.beachrealtyfla.com
07/13 07/25



Cozy 2/BD, 1/bath block house at
1307 S. Center St. (can walk to
Wal-mart). Full kitchen, full bath,
$475 monthly (first, last,.security).
Contact Robert at (850) 223-
3427.
07/06,13,20,27
For rent. Remodeled room at
Servilla Motel $165 weekly. Call
584-5330.
07/13 -07/27
CAMP SITES for rent $350
monthly. CAMPER for rent $100
weekly, $400 monthly. Both
include electric, cable and WIFI,
call 584-7084 or 584-9237.
07/13- 07/27
3 bedroom trailer, $450 monthly
plus security deposit. Call-(850)
997-6184.
07/13 07/18
2 bedroom trailer, recently
refurbished, $500 monthly plus
security deposit. Call (850) 997-
6184.
07/13 -07/18
2 bedroom, 1 bath, mobile home,
newly renovated. $500 deposit,
$500 monthly, lawn care included.
Call 371-1400 or 371-1568.
07/11 07/20
Camper/RV spot for rent. On
private shaded land off North 19,
1 block outside city limits. 30/50
amp service includes water,
sewer, cable and power $300
monthly. Call (850) 295-4786.
03/21 06/29, JP
Taking applications for .2 BD/2
Bath home located in Everetts
Mobile Home Park. Includes
water, sewer and garbage, $480
monthly, $300 deposit.
References required, apply in
person at Perry Repo Outlet, Ms.
Betty 584-7094.
EMHP, tfn
1 bedroom, furnished apartment
for rent. Utilities and cable TV
included. $165 weekly, $150
deposit, no pets, no smoking.
CAMP SITES available, $325
monthly or $81.25 weekly, (850)
363-8196.
07/11 08/03
2 bedroom mobile home. Fully
furnished, nice yard and front
porch. No pets, adults only, $450
monthly, $300 deposit. Call 584-
3689.
07/11 07/13
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included for monthly
$595 (required $45 deposit),
$175-$240 weekly or $40 daily
(tax included). 317 N. Byron Butler
Pkwy. (305) 970-1653.
LS, tfn


Westgate Rooms available for
rent. refrigerator, microwave, TV
v/cable, AC/Heater. Everything
included. $175- $240 weekly, $40
daily, $595-$635 per month.
RV sites $20 daily, $100 weekly,
$350 monthly. Tax included. 1627
S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-299-
6554.
LS, tfn
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
Small 2 bedroom, 1 bath mobile
home on 2 acres on N. Page Rd.
$500 monthly, first, last and
security. Call (727) 433-4514.
07/11 -07/13
1 acre trailer lot with well, power
pole and septic provided. $200
monthly, in nice neighborhood.
Call 584-9261.
07/11 -07/20


In Steinhatchee, for lease. 2
bedroom cottage, partial
furnished, water and satellite TV
included, 2-3 people only. $375
monthly plus 10 hours of labor per
month, first and last month in
advance. Call (352) 498-3824.
06/13 07/13, CC, tfn
2 bedroom, 1 bath home. $400
monthly, $300 deposit, includes
water, sewer and garbage.
Located in Everetts Mobile Home
Park. References required, apply
in person at Perry Repo Outlet,
Ms. Betty 584-7094.
EMHP, tfn
BEST BARGAIN EVER!
You set the price. That's right. Just
tell me how much you want to pay
for choice office space in
downtown Perry at 224 N.
Jefferson St. Call Ken Smith. (850)
997-4818.
KS, tfn
FOR LEASE: 2/2 completely
furnished, ready to move into,
immaculate condition. Perfect for
1-2 adults, no pets. Minimum one
year lease preferred but would
consider less for professionals on
shorter assignment. Call 584-
3681 for details and application.
PF, tfn
Beautiful fully furnished and newly
remodeled 1 bedroom, 1 bath
apartment. Fenced patio, family
room, kitchen with dining room.
'Includes cable, electric, water and
garbage. $240 weekly, $950
monthly and $50 deposit. Call
(305) 970-1653.
LS
ffn
STEINHATCHEE
PLACE RESORT.
Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments for rent $600 to $800.
Included with rent is full cable t.v.,
Internet, hot tub, one block, one
block to river and new boat
landing. Call 352-498-7740 if no
answer 813-677-9640.
SPR, tfn


TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
--Under New Management --
2- 3 BR apartments available.
Special Move-In Pkg. Rent
based on income. Water/Gas
furnished. On-site Laundry.
Close to City/Water Parks,
Boys & Girls Club, and
Shopping Plazas. Public
Transportation available.
Call 850-584-6842.
TDD 711, EHO.
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Housing
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Two lots for sale on Orange St.
Call (850) 874-2418.
07/13- 08/08
FOR SALE
3,100 sq. ft. commercial building,
124 S. Jefferson Street in
downtown Perry. Exterior has brick
front with block walls. 2 central
heat and air units. Serious
inquiries, call (850) 584-8168 for
more information.'
P&PD, tin
Land for Sale, 221 North between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo
Parker Rd. 1 acre lots with paved
roads. Owner financing available.
Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
EF, tfn



For sale. 2003 Lincoln Signature,
very good condition. For further
information call 584-2883.
06/13 -07/13
CC
tfn


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raylor county uoara or countyy
Commissioners
Concessions Workers
(Temporary season part time call
in) $7.67/hr.
Boat Ramp Attendant
(Temporary Seasonal Call in Part
Time) Keaton Beach and
Steinhatchee -$7.67/hr
Road Maintenance Technician
(full time) -$8.04/hr
Fire Fighter/Paramedic (full
time) -$11.10/hr
Applications and job description
can be obtained from
www.taylorcountygov.com
MOBILE CAREER LAB at Perry
Square (Save-A-Lot and Goodwill
parking lot) on Tuesdays,
Wednesday, or Thursdays 9:00
a.m. 4:00 p.m.; or Workforce.
Positions are.open until filled.
STaylor County Board of
Commissioners is an EOE, VP, DT
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employer.
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06/29 07/18


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Email resumes to
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CAPITAL CITY BANK,
CASE NO. 12-197-CA
Plaintiff,
v.
TOMMY J. WEATHERLY, and
DAWN M. WEATHERLY,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE Is hereby given that
ANNIE MAE MURPHY, Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Taylor County,
Florida, will on the 25th day of
JULY, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. at the
Taylor County Courthouse in
Perry, Florida, offer for sale and
sell at public outcry to the
highest and best bidder for cash,
the following described property
situated in Taylor County, Florida,
to-wit:


Parcel I.D. #03-07-07-06559-270
LOT 54, SEA OAKS SUBDIVISION, A
SUBDIVISION AS PER MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 1, PAGE 153 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
pursuant to the Final Judgment
of Foreclosure entered In a case
pending In said Court, the style of
which is as set out above, and
the docket number of which Is
12-197-CA. Any person claiming
an interest in the surplus from the
sale, If any, other than the
property owner as of the date of
the lis pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS my hand and the official
seal of said Court, this 27th day of
June, 2012.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
By: Marti Lee
Deputy Clerk


NOTICE
Notice is hereby given pursuant
to Section 2.13 of the City
Charter of the City of Perry,
Florida, that Ordinance No. 906
was ADOPTED by the City
Council on July 10, 2012.
ORDINANCE NO. 906
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PERRY, FLORIDA, FOR THE
REGULATION OF THE SALE AND
POSSESSION OF SYNTHETIC
CANNABANOIDS AND SIMILAR
SUBSTANCES, PROVIDING RULES
AND REGULATIONS FOR THE
ADMINISTRATION AND
ENFORCEMENT, PROVIDING FOR
PENALTIES, FINES AND
ADMINISTRATIVE FEES;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING FOR
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Robert A. Brown Jr.,
City Manager
Emily Weed Ketring
Mayor


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12. Assoc. of Licensed Aircraft
Engineers
13. Being of use or service
14. Macaws
15. 1960's college civil rights
organization
16. Protection from extradition
17. Animal examiner
18. Japanese persimmon
19. Commands right
20. A stage of development
22. Irish, English & Gordon
24. Showing keen interest
25. Doyens
26. Remain as is
27. 36 inches (abbr.)
28. Told on


1. Usually in the sun
2. Arm bones
3. Placed on a display stand
4. Repeat a poem aloud
5. Eyelid gland infections
6. lubes
7. A contagious viral disease
8. Stormy & unpeaceful
9. Devastated & ruined
10. Put in advance
11. Pater's partner
13. Exploiters
16. Meeting schedules
21. Intensely dislikes
23. "Tim McGraw" was her 1st
hit
28. Fishing implement


31. Making a sustained din
33. Poked from behind
34. 24th state
35. Himalayan goat
36. Diver breathing gear
39. Groups of three
40. Not tightly
42. Regenerate
43. Strung necklace part
44. Breezed through
46. Imitate
47. Do-nothings
49. Unconsciousness
50. Golf score
51. Fertilizes
52. Used for baking or drying
53. Autonomic nervous system
54. Turner, Williams &
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30. Microgadus fishes
31. Blue jack.salmon
32. Of I
33. Feet first somersault dives
35. Tool to remove bone from
the skull
36. Glides high
37. Tower signal light
38. Small recess off a larger
room
39. Water chestnut genus
40. City on the River Aire
41. It's capital is Sanaa
43. Lost blood
45. A citizen of Denmark
48. River in NE Scotland


Horoscopes for the third week of
Ho roscop~es July


ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20
A vacation could be in the works in the
next few weeks, Aries. Because tasks can
seem to sneak up on you, get the planning
started early and work up an itinerary.
TAURUS Apr 21/May 21
Take some time to look through your
checkbook or online bills history, Taurus.
You may have a few unexpected expenses
on the horizon and you'll need to some
extra cash.
GEMINI May 22/Jun 21
Loss is not something easily overcome,
Gemini. If you've lost someone you love
due to relocation or illness, surround
yourself with a good support team until
you rebound a bit.
CANCER Jun22/Jul 22
Never say never, Cancer, because you
may look foolish when you eventually
do the things you said you never would.
Instead, be open to all possibilities and
opportunities.
LEO Jul 23/Aug 23
Great ideas often arrive with little effort,
Leo. It's turning those ideas into a working
project that can often take a lot of energy.
However, Gemini, you're up for the
challenge.
VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22
For the most part you're insistent on
doing things yourself and taking the
difficult route, Virgo. Try to let go a little
this week and let someone else handle
things for a change.
LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23
Libra, you may have your heart set on
making a change, but you have not quite
narrowed down what that change will
be. Sit down and work on some ideas this
week.


SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22
The only way you will know if your
ideas have merit is to stick you neck
out and take a chance once in a while,
Scorpio. You just may be surprised at the
feedback.
SAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21
There's not much else you can do
with regard to a tenuous relationship,
Sagittarius. So it's best if you just cut your
losses and move on. You'll make new
friends easily.
CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20
Although you want to be everything to
everyone, there's only so much of you
to go around, Capricorn. Don't spread
yourself too thinly because it can take
quite a while to recuperate after.
AQUARIUS -Jan 21/Feb 18
Aquarius, you are ready to dabble in
something that you and you alone enjoy.
Figure out what you need to get started
and begin building around your specific
interest or hobby.
PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20
With so many friends seeking your
attention, Pisces, you just may be the star
of a particular social event that may come
up this week.


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A-12 Perry News-Herald July 13-14, 2012


Steinhatchee School misses 'C' by 15 points


GRADES
Continued from page 1
dropped from a "C" to a "D"
this year with a score of 420,
down from its.mark of 440
last year. The school was
also close to a "C," falling 15
points below the threshold.
Taylor County High
School's grade will not
be released until later this


AERIAL SPRAYING
Continued from page 1
operation into Sunday.
Local officials are asking
residents to be aware that
beginning tonight two or
three dual engine airplanes
will be flying over populated
areas at a low level of 300
feet. The spraying will
begin a minimum of one
hour before sunset and will
continue throughout the
night.
According to Hinkel, the
contractor advises that the
adulticide spraying method
VDCI will be deploying is
primarily used for smaller
insects the size of mosquitoes
and other insects such as
butterflies and bees should
not be affected by the night
time spraying.
S The county has
received authorization
from the Federal
Aviation Administration,
Florida Department of
Environmental Protection,
Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Services, and the Florida
Division of Emergency
Management to conduct this
spraying, Hinkel added.
Questions regarding the.
aerial spray operations can be
directed to the Taylor County
Emergency Operations
Center at 838-3575.
Local officials are hoping
that the county will be
reimbursed for the cost of
the spraying by the Federal
Emergency Management


year due to the much more
complex scoring formula
used for Florida's high
schools.
Excluding those for high
schools, school grades are
formulated using eight
assessment-based measures
with 50 percent based
on performance and 50
percent on learning gains.
In addition to the EOC


Agency (FEMA). If the
county is approved for
reimbursement, FEMA
would pay back the county
87.5 percent of the cost,
leaving a local expense of
around $25,000.
On Wednesday State
Representative Leonard
Bembry, whose district
includes Taylor County,
requested Governor Rick
Scott expedite assistance
for those counties dealing
with the severe mosquito
infestation in the wake of
Debby.
"Our counties need help
in battling against this
explosion of the mosquito
population brought on by
the storm," Bembry said.
"With the risk of disease
posed, it is important we act
quickly."
On Tuesday, 20 counties
in Florida received a disaster
declaration from FEMA. As
of Thursday, Taylor was one
of six counties which has
requested a declaration but
has not yet been approved.
At Tuesday's emergency
county commission meeting,
County Administrator Jack
Brown said both Bembry and
State Senator Bill Montford
were working to ensure
Taylor County is declared.
In addition to aerial
spraying, the county has
spent about $5,700 in road
repairs and mosquito control
efforts attributed to Tropical
Storm Debby which could
also be reimbursed by
FEMA.


Decker has tried cases in

50 of 67 counties, circuits


DECKER
Continued from page 1
in 1979. He's tried jury and
non-jury cases in 50 of the
67 county and circuit courts
in Florida, he said.
"For more than 33 years
I have represented citizens
throughout our North
Florida area," he stated.
"My practice has blessed me
with the opportunity to help
families and small businesses
in our community. I believe
the people are entitled to a
circuit judge who has the
knowledge, experience and
personal integrity to rule'
correctly and promptly
and to treat everyone who
appears before him with
dignity and respect. A judge
is a servant of the people
elected to uphold the laws
enacted by the people and
not to make or create laws
on his own."
Decker has been active in
his church and community,
devoting pro bono services
to Love in the Name of
Christ, Inc., Suwannee
Humane Society and many


other charitable, civic and
church organizations. He has
also taught Sunday School
classes for more than 25
years and is a member of
St. Francis Xavier Catholic
Church in Live Oak. When
asked to select a Bible
passage that would guide
him as a judge if he was
privileged to be elected by
the voters, he shared: "Do
justice, love mercy and walk
humbly before your God."
(Micah 6:8).
Decker attended law
school at the University of
Florida, graduating in 1978
with honors. He received a
B.A. in English and zoology
from Duke University and
studied microbial genetics at
Georgetown University.
He has been married to
his wife Rose for 39 years,
and they have two children,
AJ and Rosie, both lawyers
working with their father in
his law firm. AJ lives in Lake
City with his wife, Dennille
Roberts Decker, and their
daughter, Lyla. Daughter
Rosie lives in Suwannee
County.


exams, the grades are based
on student performance
on the FCAT, FCAT 2.0
and the Florida Alternate
Assessment (FAA), which is
administered to cognitively
disabled students.
Performance scores are
based on reading, math,
science and writing. Schools
earn one point for each
percent of students who
score a three or above on the
FCAT 2.0 (in reading, math,
and science) or EOC exam,
a 3.0 or above on the FCAT
writing exam or a four or
higher on the FAA (reading,
math, science, and writing).
Additionally, schools earn
one point for each percent of
students who make learning
gains in reading and one
point for each percent of
students who make learning
gains in math. Students can
demonstrate learning gains
in several ways, including


improving their achievement
level from the prior year to
the current year; maintaining
a satisfactory achievement
level without decreasing;
(for students remaining at
level 1 or 2 on the FCAT 2.0)
demonstrating more than
one year's growth; or (for
students remaining at level 1,
2, or 3 on the FAA) attaining
at least a five-point increase
in the total score.
Schools are also scored
on learning grades amongst
the lowest performing
25 percent of students,
with another 100 possible
points each in reading and
math.
Grades were down across
the state, with 10 percent of
elementary schools and 15
percent of middle schools
scoring a "D" or "F." These
were the highest rates of
"low performing schools"
recorded in the available


data going back to 2003.
For elementary schools, the
figure was nearly double
the number from. last year
and for middle schools, the
percentage was three times
the level in 2011.
Additionally, the number
of elementary schools
scoring an "A" in the state
fell by 257 (or 15 percent).
Among middle schools, the
number dropped by 105
schools (or 18 percent).
Overall, the percentage of
elementary, schools scoring
an "A" fell from 58 percent
last year to 43 percent.
Likewise, amongst middle
schools, the percentage fell
from 59 to 41 percent.
"This has been a year
of tremendous change for
Florida's students, teachers
and schools," said Florida
Commissioner of Education
Gerard Robinson. "Florida's
economic future depends on


It
preparing our students fio
success. The high standards
we have in place today ill
help our students prepare
for college, the workforce
and life. I am confident tha
we are 'on the right path
to prepare our students to
compete with the best in
the nation and around thq
world."
DEO officials said Flonda
has raised standards for
school grades five times in
the past 10 years and the
results showed that after an
initial drop, average school
grades improved in the s ears
that followed.
They added that these
changes will "smooth tle
transition" as Florida moves
toward implementing
the Common Core Sta
Standards in 2014-15.-
Taylor County Scho
District officials could not
reached for comment.


TCSO: 9 mm shell


recovered at scene


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said that Fowler admitted
to discharging his firearm
in order to get the victims'
attention."
The officer also related
that when he made contact
with Fowler, "I detected
the smell of an alcoholic
beverage coming from him."
Fowler admitted to the
officer he had consumed
"four or five" mixed drinks,
Gulbrandsen said in his
report.
According to Fowler's
verbal and sworn statements,
he received a call from
another guest that there was


loud music coming from a
nearby unit. He said that he
drove to the location and,
when he could not get the
attention of the individuals,
he fired his pistol into the
air.
"He did not comment
on the allegation regarding
the aggravated assault,"
Gulbrandsen said.
"Due to the verbal and
sworn statements from the
victims and the suspect,
and the physical evidence,
there was probable cause
to believe that Fowler
committed the crimes of
aggravated assault and
discharging a firearm in
public."


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