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T. rerry News-Herald2
Dec.emeber 7-8,2012


Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889


Speed


limit is


lowered


on 98


bridge

The speed limit on the
temporary US 98 bridge in
Taylor County is scheduled
to be lowered to 30 mph
this week, according to
the Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT).
The reduction in the speed
limit is necessary clue to the
.large number of commercial
trucks which use the route,
officials said. The temporary
bridge was built just south
of the existing bridges at the
Jefferson County line and
opened to traffic in August.
A new, quarter-of-a-mile
concrete bridge will be built
to replace the two existing,
separate bridges. Crews
continue to remove portions
of the old bridges and drill
48-inch wide holes or
drilled shafts for the pilings
that will support the new
bridge. So far, eight of the
42 drilled shafts have been
completed.
The new bridge will have
two 12-foot travel lanes and
two 10-foot wide emergency
lanes/shoulders. A 32-inch
high solid concrete barrier
wall will be located on both
sides.
Law enforcement will
monitor the traffic and
enforce the reduced speed
limit during construction.
The road will remain open
to traffic and boaters will
continue to have access
during construction. No
detours are planned for this
project.
'-* Please see page 14


Retirement

reception

for Bean

planned

Thursday
A retirement reception
honoring Circuit Judge
James Roy Bean will be held
Thursday, Dec. 13, at the
Taylor County Courthouse,
starting at 3 p.m.
Bean graduated magna
cum laude from Michigan
State University in 1970, and
earned his law degree from
Wayne State University in
1973.
He was appointed by
Gov. Lawton Chiles to be
a circuit judge beginning
June 4, 1992, and he
served until Jan. 4, 1993.
He was then appointed
to be circuit judge from
Feb. 15, 1994, until the
present.
The reception will be held
in the third floor courtroom.



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Cross memorials were erected at the site of
the fatal shooting shortly after it occurred Dec.
5, 2011.
Spees' crosses damaged


Vandalism



at memorial



site probed
The Taylor County Sheriff's Office confirmed Thursday
they are investigating an alleged vandalism incident that
occurred on the one-year anniversary of the shooting deaths
of Lee Edward Spees Sr., and his son, Lee Jr., 47.
Details of the incident and the investigation remain
sketchy, however a spokesperson for the sheriff's office
said the incident occurred several hours after the family
hosted a memorial service at the site of the shooting near
their home on Johnson Stripling Road.
Two wooden crosses-symbolizing the two shooting
victims (son David Spees is the lone survivor)-stand in
the area where the crime occurred.
,.-* Please see page 14


Local officials and
coastal residents are
becoming increasingly
concerned over a series
of unusual occurrences in
the Gulf of Mexico along
Taylor County's coastline,
including the lack of the
annual mullet run this
season and perceived drops
in some species.
Although there
are potential natural
explanations for the reported
issues, the Taylor County
Commission is not taking
chances, working with
scientists at the University
of Florida (UF) to take
samples and measurements
to track down the cause.
With the Deepwater
Horizon oil spill still fresh


in many people's minds,
concerns include the
possibility that these recent
occurrences may be related,
but officials stress that there
is no evidence that the spill


By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI
Staff writer
Wearing their Sunday
best, the family beams at
the camera with warm,
friendly smiles. Everyone,
that is, except for the playful
teenager on the back row.
Hands tucked casually in
his front pockets and a few
stray hairs defying a comb's
best efforts to tame, James
"Jimmy" Norris stands next
to his grandmother with his
tongue sticking out just as
the camera clicks.
That same free and
exuberant spirit shows up
time and again through a
parade of family photos
chronicling his childhood
as the second oldest son in a
happy brood of six brothers
and sisters.
The timeworn images
also capture the doting love
Norris' parents had for their
son that was returned a
hundred fold.
Like many young people
in the late 1960s, Norris
questioned authority and
skated on the edge of
rebellion.
But as teens often do, he
outgrew the worst of it and
began making strides into


said Wednesday during
an emergency meeting of
the commission called to
discuss the reports coming
from the coast.
The board took no formal


FDLE featured the open murder case of James "Jimmy" Norris
on its Facebook page this week. His remains were discovered
near the Taylor-Dixie county line, in 1976. He is pictured with
his father, paternal grandmother and five siblings in this family
snapshot from 1964.
adulthood. teaching credential for
Norris graduated from adult education classes.
San Francisco State He continued to take
University with a bachelor's
degree and a lifetime "-* Please see page 10


reported so far include the
lack of the a mullet run, a
reduced amount of mullet
roe for this time of year and
a reduced number of fiddler
crabs and stone crabs.


Residents and fisherman who wish to report
issues to the county are.asked to call
County dlinistratr Jack Brown at 838,3500 ext. 7,
hor tie wre ~ ,.Oetloo- ,etp r at 838r ,.
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is involved or that Gulf
seafood here is unsafe.
"We don't want to cry
wolf, but we want to do
due diligence and protect
bur coastline," County
Administrator Jack Brown


action at the meeting,
but agreed to have staff
continue to work with UF to
determine what is causing
the changes.
According to Brown,
the "unusual" occurrences


Charlie Norwood of Sea
Hag Marina reported at
Wednesday's meeting that
since Gulf waters have
cleared following several
months of dark water
(resulting from this past


summer's rains), he is seeing
bare areas of the sea floor
which used to be covered by
seagrasses. He added that
blue crabbers have moved
their traps in closer to shore
than he can remember them
doing before.
He also said that his own
shiner traps are not catching
other species of fish like
they once did.
Despite these issues,
trout fishing remains strong
according to reports and
shrimp remain plentiful and
healthy.
According to Brown, the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
believes the issues could
have been caused by the
-.* Please see page 14


Share the Christmas spirit tonight!
Downtown Perry is a colorful place after sunset with Christmas lights adorning crepe myrtles lining the streets while numerous
businesses have added their own decorations in their windows. Tonight (Friday) is expected to be full of holiday cheer with
the annual Christmas on the Square kicking off at 6 p.m. with an opening prayer and the lighting of the official town Christmas
tree. Festivities will also include carolers, a live Nativity scene, a karaoke contest and a silent auction.


Index
Looking Back .........A-2
Perry New s-Herald Living .................... A-4
Onesection 123rd Year, No. 4 Religion...................A-6
www.perrynewspapers.oml Sports.................... A-7


Entertainment........ A-8
TV guide............... A-9
Classifieds ........... A-11


Friday


760
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Saturday


78'
56'


Sunday
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Who killed




James Norris?


'Unusual' occurrences along coastline


raise concerns with residents, anglers


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A-2 Perry News-Herald
December 7-8, 2012


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the old Hampton Spring Hotel, Hugh Rountree created the historical treat shown above for local history
buffs. The postcard promotes the resort's proximity to both the Fenholloway River and the Gulf of
Mexico. .


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THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD


December 8, 1977

BULLDOGS DOMINATE
THE NEWSPAPER AND
THE GRIDIRON...
The Taylor County High
School Bulldogs won a
sectional victory over the
Milton Panthers 20-12 when
fullback James Barryon
scored on a one-yard plunge
with 1:29 left in the game.
They were now poised
to face the St. Augustine
Yellow Jackets in the state
Class AAA semi-finals in
Dorsett Stadium.


"They're a lot like us,"
TCHS Coach Elmer Coker
said of the St. Augustine
team, "but the noose is
getting tighter. There are
only four teams left."

NEW OFFICERS FOR
HONOR SOCIETY
Mary Kimble was
installed as president of
the National Honor Society
at Taylor County High
School, with Jackie Sneed
serving as vice president,
Yolanda Smith as secretary,
Kristi Thompson as
treasurer, Cheryl Ricketson
as Parliamentarian and
Kathleen Woodward as


reporter. Iris Dee Walker
and Dennis Fike were the
faculty sponsors.

LIVING IN THE FUTURE
Even though it was early
in December, the
Lamplighter Lounge
announced its grand
opening for New Year's Eve
promising free draft beer,
party snacks and favors.
The lounge was located on
Highway 19 South.

FOOD STAMP
ALLOTMENTS
TO INCREASE
Effective Jan. 1, food
stamp allotments were
scheduled to increase
"to keep pace with rising
food costs." As of Dec.
8, records showed that
676 households in Taylor
County, representing 2196
persons, received. Food
Stamps valued at $86,906.


NEW FETAL MONITOR
ATfbOCTORS'
MEMORIAL .
Deana Eamb, Mrs. J.P.
Puckett and 'Mrs. Sam
Register were pictured with
the new fetal monitor which
the Doctors' Memorial,
Hospital Auxiliary helped
fund for patients here.

JUMPING INTO
CHRISTMAS
Western Auto was
"thinking Christmas."
The business advertised
trampolines with lay-away
for Christmas. A 5 x 10
was priced at $229.95, a 6
x 12 was $279.95 and a 13'
round was $329.95.

SHE'S ONE!
Tiffany Claire Page was
pictured celebrating her first
birthday. Also celebrating
were her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Page.


Taylor County in the beginning:


swamplands and virgin timber


Editor's Note: The following
history of Taylor County was
written by the late June Parker
McLeod, an educator and avid
local historian. It is featured on
a web site highlighting Perry
and Taylor County History
(https://sites.google.com/site/
taylorcountyhistory/).
The area now known as
Taylor County was made
up of large swamplands
and stands of virgin timber.
Its deep swamps, rivers
and sloughs were mostly
unexplored during the
struggles of France, Spain
and England as they tried to
gain the Florida peninsula.


It is believed that Panfila
de Narvaez, a Spaniard,
led a group of 300 men
northward through here in
1528. Narvaez was thought
to be headed for St. Marks
in search of gold.
Hernando deSoto was the
next notable explorer to find
this area. He supposedly
passed through the northern
part of the county in 1539.
The Timucuan Indians
inhabited the land for many
centuries along the rivers
and costal scamps. Jacques
Le Moyne describes
the Timucuan as being
very tall, well made and


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"spectacularly tattooed."
In 1972 a skeleton of a
Timucuan Indian was found
measuring almost six feet.
This skeleton was found
at the mission site of San
Pedro de Potohiriba, about
20 miles north of Perry.
The Timucuan usually lived
in small stockade towns
with dwellings that were
circular made of poles,
clay and thatched palmetto
leaves. Sometimes there
was a large "townhouse"'
for public gatherings. The
Timucuan Indians usually
were agricultural and also
hunters. An important part
of their diet was oysters,
wild fruit, fish and bread.


The clan system existed
among the Timucuan.
There was warfare with
other tribes and scalping
and mutilation of the dead
was practiced. The Spanish
made efforts to convert the
natives to the Catholic faith.
They were able to establish
a peaceful relationship
with the Timucuans during
the Spanish possession of
Florida. There were two
small missions established
one near the mouth of the
Fenholloway River, and the
other at the north end of
San Pedro Bay in Madison
County.
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By ANTHONY L. WHITE
anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.com
By the age of six, I,was a master at asking
questions that did not end with a question
mark. These kinds of questions are usually
cleverly disguised as statements that
beg listeners to "correct me if I'm
wrong."
Early on, my grandmother and
nearly everyone in my family came to a
consensus that I was too smart for my own
good. Every time I opened my mouth,
I would hear, "You know what your
problem is? You're too smart for your
own good." Whenever one of them said
something and I corrected them, instead
of thanking me, they responded, "You're
too smart for your own good." When I
made suggestions that were surely good
ones, I received the same response. Even
my questions elicited this response. In
fact, I heard this so many times that I
started to believe it. This forced me to
change my approach.
Because my entire family got a kick
out of correcting me when I was wrong,
I decided that it was best to play off of
their wishful thinking. So, whenever I
wanted to ask a question that I knew they
would answer with, "You're too smart
for your own good," 'instead of asking
the question, I posed the question as a
statement that they would pounce all over
to correct.
If I needed clarification about something,
I would say matter-of-factly, "That
wasn't true about so and so,..."
"You don't know what you're talking
about. That .was true," whoever as
listening would rush to correct me. :
This technique of asking questions that
didn't end with a question mark was
especially useful .during the Christmas
holiday season.
"I'm not getting that bicycle I wanted for
Christmas," I would say loudly to myself,
making sure my grandmother or mother
heard.
They didn't want to tell me "yes" or "no"
but they couldn't resist the temptation to
correct me. "You don't know what you're
getting," they would respond. And with
that, I knew Santa Claus had a bicycle with
my name written on it.
Now, it appears that my six-year-old
niece Kennadie has mastered this skill.
"Some children said that Santa Claus is
not real, but he is," Kennadie said as we
rode past K-Mart the other day. Although
she didn't place a question mark at the end
of what she said, I recognized that this
was indeed a question camouflaged as a
"correct me if I'm wrong" statement.
I didn't respond immediately, so she
asked again. And, that time, 'she made sure
I heard the question.
"Uncle," she said to get my full attention.
"You heard me, didn't you?"
"No, I didn't," I responded. "What did
you say?"
Now, that she knew I was listening, she
said in the most unaffected tone, "Some
children said that Santa Claus is not real,
but he is." Then she waited for me to
respond.
"He is," I answered.
"He is what...?" she prodded me to
complete the answer to her question.
"He is real," I said.
"I know," Kennadie consented. "The next
time somebody says he's not real, I'm going
to tell them you said he is."
Kennadie is a little girl of her word,
which means that the next time someone
says Santa Claus isn't real, she's going to
tell them, "My uncle said he is, .and my
uncle always tells the truth." I only hope
that the person who hears this, views it as
a statement of fact instead of a question
that doesn't end with a question mark.


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A-4 Perry News-Herald December 7-8, 2012


Taylor's 4-H twice as large as Madison, Wakulla, Columbia


Even if you're a Florida
State University fan, you're
connected to the University
of Florida. How? Through
the statewide Cooperative
Extension Service which
"disseminates research
information through all 67
counties in the state."


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County's Extension Office
at the November meeting
of the Perry Woman's Club,
showcasing:
The Master Gardener
program
"This has been a huge
success with 60 completing
the program led by Agent


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Sunday, December 9, 11 a.m.
Presented by
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Music Minisvty
Roget Ezett, Oiectoi
CoveWed dish lunch provided
Hwy. 19 South, 8 mites
Fon mo'e information call 578-2135
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benefitted from the work of
these volunteers, starting a
community garden (with
rental space available) as
well as teaching gardening
(along with nutrition) at
Taylor County Elementary
School. "They have built
raised beds at the school





Maddox Parker
Cruce
Maddox Parker Cruce
was born on Oct. 6, 2012,
to Matt and Devyn Cruce
of Perry. He measured 19
inches long and weighed 5
pounds, 2 ounces. Maternal
grandparents are Tommy
and Sherri DuBose. The
baby's paternal grandparents
are John and Kendall Cruce
Great grandparents
include Bill and Virginia
Maddox, A.J. and Doris
Cruce, Lavonne Wynn the
late David Wynn, Carolyn
DuBose and the late John T.
Brock William
Cousins
Jeremy and Lori Cousins
of High Springs announce
the birth of their son, Brock
William, on Oct. '9, 2012.
Weighing 7 pounds and 13
ounces, he was 20" long.
Maternal grandparents
are Al and Sherry Jones of
Perry. Paternal grandparents
are Kathy and Gary Branam
of Micanopy, and the late
Ed Cousins.
Brock William was
welcomed home by his
sister, Kendall, who is 2.


and are harvesting-and
eating-nutritious foods
from the garden."
Weekend Food
Program
About $12,500 was
received in grants and
donations for this initiative
which helps "food-insecure
families" in partnership
with Second Harvest Food
Bank. "The Perry Woman's
Club sponsored a child
for a year through this
program," Wiggins added.
The program is currently
serving 40 families.
The Family Nutrition
Program
This program is
structured to teach nutrition
guidelines to food stamp
recipients and students at
schools with 51 percent free
or reduced lunches.
"We have reached all
Pre-K through second grade
students-about 1000-
through this effort," she
added.
Wiggins noted that Taylor
County was currently
seeking a Marine Agent to
oversee the artificial reef
program, Master Naturalist
program, scallop and deer
management workshops.
Tharpe spoke on the
success of 4-H clubs in the
county while sharing the
benefits of summer day
camps which played host to
650 this year.
"These back-to-nature
camps give the students a
look at the 'Old Florida'
while also teaching the
importance of getting
along with others and
participating in chores."
Statistics also tell a
story. In Taylor, the total


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Abbey Tharpe and Lori Wiggins, both Taylor
County Extension Agents, showcased for the
PWC the programs provided through their office.


4-H enrollment for 2011
reached 3,897. Madison's
enrollment was only 1,229;
Jefferson, 1,061; Wakulla,
1,852; and Columbia,
1,871.
Tharpe noted that a 4-H
club has recently been
started at Taylor County
High School focusing on
citizenship.


The two concluded by
urging interested people to
contact the Taylor County
Extension Office at 838-
3508 for more information.
Or you can visit the 4-H
page featured on Facebook
"which keeps both parents
and students updated on
activities."


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Calling all youth...


Talent auditions begin Saturday


In preparation for a Perry Showcase of
Talent, slated Dec. 21, auditions will be
held this Saturday at the Catholic Parish
Hall. Musicians, poets, dancers and singers
--between the ages of 10 and 18--are
encouraged to participate.
Auditions begin at 10 a.m. and continue


until 1 p.m., resuming at 3 p.m. until 6
p.m. This schedule will be repeated next
Saturday, Dec. 15.
At the showcase, prizes awarded for 1st
($200), 2nd ($150) and 3rd ($100) places.
Questions? Plesae call Kevin Hayden at
850-464-7564.


TIDBITS: Prayer breakfast Saturday


By SARAH HALL
Please remember the
families of Mother Essie
D. Anderson, Patricia (Pat)
Anderson, Henry Slaughter
and Myrtle Ingram in their
bereavement.
Special thoughts
and prayers go out to
Clara Slaughter and E.J.
McCracken, at home;
Frankye Sermons and
Leonard (Trick) Florence
at Marshall Rehab; Shirley
Abercrumbie Coke in
Gainesville rehab; the Rev.
Robert Lee Thomas in Palm
Coast; Deacon A.D. Jones
and Helen Irvine in rehab in
Mayo; Herbert "Jake" Neal
at Tallahassee Memorial
and Gus Mango in Georgia,
the father of Deacon Floyd
Mango.
Prayers also for Willie
"C." Johnson, Leona
Summers, Peggy Glanton
(Doctors' Memorial),
Dorthy Williams and
Gene Peltier (Tallahassee
Memorial) and William
Monroe at home.

Citywide Mission
Citywide Mission will
be hosted by Little Bethel
Church on Sunday, Dec.
9, at 2:30 p.m. The Rev.
Vickie Mays is pastor and
Sister Geraldine Sparrow is
president.

Prayer breakfast
New Brooklyn's
Missionary Ministries
Awareness Fellowship
and Prayer Breakfast is


Saturday beginning at 8 a.m. promised in the fellowship
A delicious breakfast is hall.






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"One Holy Moment"


Sunday, Dec. 16 at 6 p.m.


In the Worship Center


Directed by: Rick Patrick

Performed by the Celebration Choir


All are invited to join us for this

free concert celebrating the birth of

Jesus and the miracle of Christmas.


Perry Showcase of Talent

December 21, 2012 at 6 pm

Catholic Parrish Hall
$2 Donation at the.Door
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MUSICIANS

POE TS


Ages 01 through I1


1t Place 1200
2d4 Place 1150


DANCERS

SINGERS


3rd Place 4100
All participants will receive a $25 gift card


Auditions will be held at the Catholic Parrish Hall
from 10 am until 1 pm and 3 pm until 6 pm
Saturday, December 8, and Saturday, December 15, 2012

For more information contact
Kevin Hayden at ($50) 464-7564


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Religion


Live nativity
New Home Baptist Church honors the season by presenting a live nativity
scene at Friday night's Downtown Christmas on the Square. The live


A-6 Perry News-Herald
December 7-8, 2012


Soloists

featured

Sunday
The music ministry of
Athena Baptist Church
will present "Down From
His Glory" on Sunday,
Dec. 9, at 11 a.m.
Featured soloists will
include Beth Ann Stephens,
Kevin Morgan, Cindy
and Sarah Hunt, and, as a
special guest, Phillip Ezell.
The Christmas cantata is
under the direction of Roger
Ezell.


SUNDAY SERVICES
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11 a.m. Morning Worship
6 p.m. Discipleship Training
7 p.m. Evening Worship


nativity will also be available for viewing at the church, 405 E. Hampton New in town, or t wanting to learn or about our God?
Springs Ave., on Dec. 10 and Dec. 17 from 6-8 p.m. C l ust wan ito ln more a
Come Worship with us at

Children's cantata Sunday at 7 mThe erry church of Christ
.. .... .-... III 714 N. Calhoun St


The children of New
Home Baptist Church will


perform, "The Lignt Has
Come" as their Christmas
antnta thiq Sunda Dec-l 9-


at / p.m.
Everyone is invited to
attenrd


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Obituaries 2012 prayer conference begins


Connie Marie
Brock
Connie Marie Brock died
Nov. 28, 2012, at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital after a
brief illness.
She was born May 18,
1950, to R.J. Brock and
Rena Land Brock.
She was preceded in
death by her parents; two
brothers, James and Jimmy
Brock; and one sister, Betty
Ketron.
Survivors include: three
sons, Shawn Hunter of
Perry, Derrick and Dominick
Hunter, both of Valdosta,
Ga.; one daughter, Amy
Brock of Perry; one brother,
Randy Brock of Mayo; one
sister, Jackie Lollis of Perry;
three grandchildren; and her
lifetime companion, Dallas
R. Chapman of Perry.
No services are planned
at this time.
Johnny Lee Smith
Johnny Lee Smith,
66, died Dec. 3, 2012 at
home.
Coming from Fitzgerald,
Ga., he had been a resident
of Perry since 1964.
Survivors include: his
wife, Lillie B. Smith .of
Tampa; his mother, Pearlie
M. Smith of Perry; three
sisters, Lillie (Alex) Griffin
of Perry, Hattie Smith of
Perry, and Bonita William
of Georgia; one brother,
Bonnrey Smith of Perry;
five children; and 8
grandchildren.
Services will be held
Saturday, Dec. 8, at 2 p.m.
in St. Peters Primitive
Baptist Church with the
Rev. C. Spradley officiating.
Interment will follow in
Springhill Cemetery.
Family members will
receive friends Friday from
5 until 7 p.m. at Evans/
Walker Funeral Home.


The Women's Prayer Circle, under 'the direction of
Evangelist Helen Blue, will present the 2012 Prayer
Conference on Friday and Saturday,.Dec. 7-8, with sessions
from 9:30 a.m. until 1 p.m., and 7 p.m. The event will
be held at Radical Nation Temple of Deliverance Church,
1262 Hampton Springs. Please call 584-4315 for details.
Perry Church of God
Women's Ministries
1106 South Center Street
Call 584-2010 and Order today and
make appointment for pick-up.
Fruitcakes Pecan Pies &
I lb. $6 Chocolate
2 Ib. $12 Pecan Pies
3 lb. $18 $10 Deep Dish Pie
5 lb. $30 Nutcakes
2 Ib. $12 3 Ib. $18
(Nutcakes are available for Thanksgiving and
Christmas only and you MUST order ahead)


In Loving

Memory

of

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Loving you is easy,

'" We do it every day,

Missing you is a heartache

That never goes away.


Come study online http://en.netiog.com/lronyoda
Sunday Bible Study at 9:30 a.m. Telephone 584-2645
Morning \\ 'c! iip at 10:30 a.m. } i.i]-. rr', iL ., '.' ii. c .II
% J\'i ldii.i.'y Bible StiI" at 7:30 p.m. Evrcvone is our Honored Guest!


Faith Baptist Church
1439 N. Byron Butler Pkwy. (US 19 N) Perry, FL 584-2980

Revival
Beginning at 11 am, this Sunday, Dec. 9
The 6 pm service will be followed by a
free chili and hot dog dinner
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday supper will
be served at 5:30 pm, followed by the service at 7
Guest Evangelist: Ventriloquist Wayne Nelson
and his friend Danny Boy. Wayne's wife Nattie,
a Christian storyteller will be assisting.
Pastor Paul Nawlin invites all for food, fellowship,
entertainment and the study of God's Word.


Worship with us at
St. James Episcopal Church
Holy Eucharist: 8 &V0 a.m.
Sunday School 9 a.m.
Nursery Available
Located at 1100 W. Green St.
Church Office: 584-7636
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Jiffy Food Stores
4 Convenient Locations
703 S. Jefferson (OPEN 24 HOt R-)


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Established 1904, *'e'll Treat You Right"



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2429 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.* 584-3751
"'Best BBQ in Taylor County"



Buckeye Community

Federal Credit Union
1825 S. Jefferson St. Perry, F. 32348 1-850-223-710


Support Your

Local Churches


WEDNESDAY SERVICES
6:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Mission Activities
Darrell Jones, Pastor
Hwy. 27 584-5688


Gerald "Jemvy" Eugene Handley L
Gerald "Jerry" Eugene Handley, 73, died
December 4, 2012 at his home.
He was born May 2,1939, in Dixon, Illinois
to Helen Sibigtroth and William Handley.
He proudly served in the US Army for eight
years. He worked for many years at the
Ford Plant in Atlanta, Ga. More recently
he worked for Taylor County Solid Waste
Management.
.. Survivors include: three daughters,
Dyann (Jack) Foster of Atlanta, GA, Melody
Handley (Travis Albritton) and Stephanie
Handley (Jordan Woods) all of Perry; six
grandchildren, Elisha, Shea and Kayde Foster, Jonathan Barbusci,
Victoria Albritton and Lillie Mae Woods; one brother, Frank Handley;
one sister, Mary Howell and a host of nieces and nephews.
Family will have visitation today, Friday, Dec. 7, from 6-8 p.m. at
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home, 1400 Johnson Stripling Rd, Perry. A
graveside service will be held Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012,at 11 a.m.
in Pineview Memorial Cemetery in Perry. Father Bernie Jakubco
will officiate.
Memorial donations may be sent to the American Cancer
Society.


St. Johns Christian Fellowship
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Study/Prayer Meeting
Cody McNeese, pastor

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Please join us Sunday, Dec. 16, at 11 a.m.
as we celebrate Christmas with our
Adult Choir Christmas Special
Then come back at 6 p.m. for
"The Popcorn Gang Christmas
Puppet Show"
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Sports




= Keaton Beach

Fishing Report



Water temps high,


trout fishing superb


BY PAT MCGRIFF
onemorecast@gtcom.net
Trout fishing doesn't get
any better ... or did I just
write that a week ago? The
Gulf water temperature
at Keaton Beach Tuesday
was 70 degrees in the late
afternoon! Unheard of in
December ... so you need to
call me and let's go!
I had Kelly and Brian
Stone out Sunday and we
caught a limit of trout and
one 26-inch red using live
pinfish and live shrimp under
Back Bay Thunders. We
didn't get a bite for the first
two-and-a-half hours ... then
caught fish for over three
hours straight! Most of our
trout came from 2.5-3.5 feet
of water.
Cal Beanblossom of
Sylvester, Ga., and I caught
trout on everything we threw
Wednesday -- live shrimp
and pinfish under Back
Bay Thunders, Saltwater
Assassin 5-inch shads fished
un-weighted (on a Daiichi
4/0 #4331 offset worm hook)
in clear/gold, sweet pea,
goldfish, chartreuse diamond
and croaker shad patterns,
on Bite-A-Bait fighters in
clown, gold/gold, gold black
back and golden mullet
patterns and on Heddon
Super Zara Spooks and SS
jrs. in golden sardine, okie
shad, bone and a couple
of colors I can't even
name.
We also fished with
Assassin 4-inch Sea Shads in
panhandle moon, cantaloupe,
candy corn and glitterbug
rigged under Cajun Thunders
-to land several nice trout. We
caught all these fish in 2.5-3
feet of water.
Here are some reports
from Keaton Beach Marina:
Bob Emmett and Claude
Mathis of Thomaston, Ga.
had their limit of trout for
two days Nov. 24-25 using
live shrimp under Cajun
Thunders.
Georgia boys Ron Bailey,
Wayne Waldrop and Joe


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Brana with Ed Degraffenreid
of Wyoming joined Bob and
Claude to catch their limit
of trout for five days last
week using a variety of baits,
including but not limited
to topwater, Gulp and live
shrimp under Cajuns from
3-5 feet of water.
Last Friday, Jordan Dale
had 4 trout and 2 reds to 7
pounds using live pinfish
under a Cajun in 3 feet of
water.
On Friday and Saturday,
Danny O'Neil with Gary
Shildre and Bubba Ives, all
of Valdosta, Ga., had their
limit for two days with live
shrimp under Cajuns in 3-4
feet of water.
Sunday, Kelly, Cade,
Mason and Robert McGee of
Lake Park, Ga., had 4 trout
to 18 inches, 2 reds to 22
inches and 4 BSB using Gulp
in 2-4 feet of water.
Kelly Wadsworth of
Quitman, Ga., with Steve and
Dennis Plymel of Valdosta,
Ga., had their limit of trout
Monday to 22 inches using
topwater in 3-4 feet of water.
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A-7 Perry News-Herald December 7-8,2012



FWC's proposed grouper rule includes

April-June season here in state waters


The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC)
unanimously decided on a
draft 2013 Gulf of Mexico
gag grouper recreational
season Wednesday at its
meeting in Apalachicola.
After discussing several
options and hearing public
testimony from 26 people,
commissioners chose draft
options that, if approved in
February, will make most
Gulf state waters consistent
with the current federal
season, with the exception
of a four-county region that


includes Taylor County.
The current proposed
federal season for Gulf gag
grouper is slated to start July
1 and end when the annual
catch target (the number of
fish that can be harvested
for that year within the
rebuilding plan) is expected
to be met, which will likely
be sometime in November or
early December. The federal
season ending date should be
finalized in spring 2013.
The commissioners'
proposal included an April
1 through June 30 season in
state waters off the counties


of Taylor, Jefferson, Wakulla
and Franklin. According
to the proposal, the four-
county region will not open
during the July 1 through
November/December
federal season. Monroe
County is excluded from
the Gulf of Mexico season
because it is included in
the Atlantic season for gag
grouper.
"In terms of effort, this
four-county region had
an insignificant impact
to the resource but a
significant impact to the
economy and the culture,"


Kelly and Brian Stone are shown with their catch from a
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All-Stars

will play

Saturday
The 2012 Taylor
County Recreation Youth
Tackle Football League
All-Stars will host the
Jasper All-Stars in a game
this Saturday at the Taylor
County Sports Complex.
The game will begin
at 2 p.m. Admission will
be $3 for adults and $2
for kids 5 and older. For
more information contact
Bryant Christman at 584-
3029.


Sunday, Dec. 2,


Football banquet is Dec. 17


The Taylor County High
School Bulldogs' football
banquet will be held on
Monday, Dec. 17, at 6:30
p.m. at the Perry Elks
Lodge.
Football players and


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said Commissioner Brian
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picked less-populated
counties and a lot of that
had to do with where the fish
are when the season is open.
This at least gave the Big
Bend area a chance to fish.
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staff to work with federal
fishery managers in
gathering data on the effect
this proposal may have on
the length of the federal
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information to the February
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Other options considered
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The 2012 recreational gag
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December 7-8, 2012


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behind the historical figureThe Nutcracker'
The Tallahassee Ballet presents its annual production of 'The Nutcracker" this weekend at Ruby
Section 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary he will still need the votes of some 20 of Diamond Auditorium featuring the Dew Drop Fairy and the Rat King, as well as the handsome prince
servitude, except as a punishment for the 40 or so lame-duck Democrats who no and dancing snowflakes. Showtimes include Saturday at 8 p.m. and a 2 p.m. matinee on Sunday,
crime whereof the party shall have been longer have to worry about re-election. as well as a children's abbreviated matinee at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday. Ticket prices vary depending
duly convicted, shall exist within the Border-state Republicans want the war seating location and can be purchased by visiting online at www.tallahasseeballet.org.
United States, or any place subject to their to end and fear that passing the amendment
jurisdiction, will prolong the hostilities. Many Democrats
Section 2. Congress shall have power support slavery and don't .want it passed on
to enforce this article by appropriate principle. To secure the Republican votes,


legislation.
--13th amendment to the U.S. Constitution

In no other time during the United States'
236-year history has it been more divided
than it was when its citizens took up arms
against each other in the Civil War. /
The wounds of that war can still be felt
today and while people still -
argue about its causes and
reasons, there is no arguing
the fact that the Civil War '
finally killed the stain that was
slavery.
Although many point to
President Abraham Lincoln's
Emancipation Proclamation
as the end of the slavery in
this country, it was in fact the
13th amendment to the U.S.
Constitution that truly ended it
once and for all. I N C'0
Although much as has been
said and written about Lincoln
and the Civil War in the past
150 years, the actual events leading up to
the passage of the 13th amendment are not
nearly as well known as the various battles
and generals involved with the war itself.
Until now. Celebrated director Steven
Spielberg ("Schindler's List," "Saving
Private Ryan") has brought us "Lincoln,"
a compelling political drama focused on
the president's behind-the-scenes efforts to
ensure the amendment's passage as well
as a passionate look at the man behind the
historical figure left to us in the pages of
history books.
Featuring an almost guaranteed Academy
Award winning performance by Daniel Day-
Lewis ("There Will Be Blood," "The Last of
the Mohicans") along with one of the best
top-to-bottom casts of the year, "Lincoln"
makes what upon first glance is a terribly
boring subject--congressional lobbying and
dealing--into a tense and very fulfilling story.
The majority of the film is set within
January 1865. Lincoln was re-elected the
previous November and with him a large
number of his fellow Republicans, set to take
office the next month. Facing the prospect
that the war might finally be over by that
time, Lincoln sets his sights on getting
the 13th amendment through the House of
Representatives immediately. He knows that
the prospect of its passage after hostilities
conclude is almost non-existent, but even
with every Republican voting in favor of the
amendment--not a guaranteed proposition--


DEC. 8-9
The Tallahassee Ballet
presents its annual
production of 'The
Nutcracker" at Ruby Diamond
Auditorium featuring the Dew
Drop Fairy and the Rat King,
as well as the handsome
prince and dancing
snowflakes. Showtimes
include Dec. 8 at 8 p.m. and
a 2 p.m. matinee on Dec.
9, as well as a children's
abbreviated matinee at 10:30
a.m. on Dec. 8. Ticket prices
vary depending seating
location and showtime;
they can be purchased
by visiting online at www.
tallahasseeballet.org.

THEATRE
Nov. 23-DEc. 23
The Hippodrome in
Gainesville presents "A Tuna
Christmas." Those wacky
characters from Tuna, Texas,
have once again entered
the heated Yuletide lawn
display contest. Socialite Vera
Carp hopes to win another
consecutive victory, but
she faces stiff competition
from the crusty proprietor of
Didi's Used Weapons and
from a pair of cowboy-loving
Tastee Creme waitresses.


Lincoln needs to pacify rrancis rreston
Blair (Hal Holbrook, "All the President's
Men"), who wants the president to negotiate
a peace. For the Democrat votes, however,
Lincoln will need to do something a little
more underhanded, namely enlist the help
of lobbyist W.N. Bilbo (James Spader, "The
Office") to offer patronage positions to
those outgoing congressmen
who will soon need jobs.
Even with Lincoln pulling
almost every string he can,
however, passage is not
guaranteed and it is not until
every vote is tallied that he
will know if his work has paid
off.
There are so many
.Hwonderful actors in this film
that it's almost impossible to
list them all, but notable (and
1 N potentially award-worthy)
performances include Sally
Field ("Brothers & Sisters")
as Mary Todd Lincoln, David
Strathairn ("The Bourne Ultimatum") as
Secretary of State William H. Seward,
Tommy Lee Jones ("Men in Black") as
Radical Republican Congressional leader
Thaddeus Stevens, Joseph Gordon-Levitt
("The Dark Knight Rises") as Robert Todd
Lincoln and Lee Pace ("Pushing Daisies") as
Democratic Congressman Fernando Wood.
One of the most interesting aspects of
"Lincoln" is how it, for one of the first times
in film, truly humanizes him, depicting
him as a man rather than a president. He is
rather awkward is some settings and often
rambles on telling jokes or stories during
cabinet meetings. But he is also a man of
iron will, who sets out to end slavery, risking
almost everything--including extending
the war to the cost of untold more lives--
to get the amendment passed. Day-Lewis'
performance here is one of the most complete
and wonderful exhibitions of acting prowess
since his work in "There Will Be Blood,"
which earned him an Academy Award.
Spielberg's "Lincoln" may not be the
movie people might expect, but it is just as
compelling and tension-filled as any war
drama. Credit goes to screenwriter Tony
Kushner ("Angels in America," "Munich")
for developing the tale and dialogue, and
to Spielberg and the cast for bringing it to
life.
The film is rated PG-13 for an intense
scene of war violence, some images of
carnage and brief strong language.


THEATRE
Don't miss tour-de-force
performances for two actors
in multiple roles. Ticket prices
vary depending on showtime
and seat location. For more
information, visit thehipp.org
or call 352-375-4477.
Nov. 24-DEc. 22
The Hippodrome presents
the holiday classic, "A
Christmas Carol,"' a
Gainesville tradition for the
entire family Join Scrooge,
Marley, the Cratchits and a
host of Christmas ghosts for
this holiday favorite featuring
dazzling special effects,
an original adaptation and
a timeless message of
goodwill. Ticket prices vary
depending on showtime
and seat location. For more
information, visit thehipp.org
or call 352-375-4477.

CLASSICAL MUSIC
DEC. 15
The Tallahassee Symphony
Orchestra presents "Holiday
Magic!" at 8 p.m. at Ruby
Diamond Concert Hall.
Internationally celebrated
conductor Kenneth Kiesler
and a world-class vocal
quartet will collaborate with
the orchestra in an evening
of music which offers
inspiration, entertainment,


CLASSICAL Music
and plenty of smiles. The
program will include favorites
such as "'Twas the Night
Before Christmas," a medley
titled "Feast of Carols" and
an audience sing-along.
Ticket prices range from $34
to $55 for adults and $29 to
$55 for seniors. Tickets can
be purchased through the
FSU Ticket Office by calling
850-644-6500 or visiting
online at www.tickets.fsu.
edu. For more information,
call 850-224-0461 or visit
tallahasseesymphony.org.

FESTIVALS
DEC. 7-8
The Southern Pines Blues
& BBQ Festival returns
to Forest Capital State
Park featuring live music
from Johnnie Marshall,
Franc Robert & the Boxcar
Tourists and many more. The
barbecue events include the
Triple Crown Invitational,
the Triple Crown Open
Competition, Backyard BBQ
Division, John Boy and Billy
Sauce Contest, People's
Choice Competition and
the Kidz-Que Grillmaster
Contest. Admission to the
event is free. For more
information, visit online at
www.southerpinesblues.com.


arrives on DVD and Blu-ray


Director Chris Nolan's
"The Dark Knight Rises"
will sadly always be
associated with the tragedy
that occurred in Colorado,
but that doesn't negate the
fact that the film is a very
successful conclusion to his
Batman trilogy. Now that
film is available on Blu-ray
and DVD.
When Nolan rebooted the
Batman film franchise with
"Batman Begins" in 2005,
he added a level of realism
and grittiness that had been
missing from the earlier
movies, retelling Batman's
origin story from the night
Bruce Wayne--played
brilliantly by Christian
Bale--lost his parents to
his return to Gotham City
years later driven to make
a difference in any way he
could.
"The Dark Knight"
arrived three years later,
somewhat overshadowed
by the death of actor Heath
Ledger, whose performance
as the crazed Joker earned
him a posthumous Academy
Award. Although Ledger's
Joker drove the story of
"The Dark Knight," it is
Aaron Eckhart's Harvey
Dent who has the most
lasting impact on Gotham
City and "The Dark Knight
Rises."
By the end of the second
film, Harvey has been
driven over the edge at the
hand of the Joker, becoming
Two Face. Batman, who
saw Harvey as the "white
knight" he could never be,
takes the blame for the fallen
man's crimes with help of
Police Commissioner Jim
Gordon (Gary Oldman).
"The Dark Knight Rises"
picks up the story eight years
later, with Bruce Wayne
retired as the caped crusader
and living as a recluse in his
mansion. Organized crime
in the city has finally been
defeated, thanks mostly to
a strong new law passed in
Harvey's memory.
Gordon, still haunted by
the lies he told those many
years before, soon discovers
a new threat to Gotham
has arrived in Bane (Tom
Hardy, "Inception"), who is
as physically strong and as
ruthlessly calculating as the
Joker was insane.
Back in his mansion,
Bruce is having women
troubles, between cat
burglar Selina Kyle (Anne
Hathaway, "Love and
Other Drugs") trying to rob


December is upon us and
while it will once again be a
busy time at the movies, the
month starts off with just
one film opening wide this
week.
"Playing for Keeps"
stars Gerard Butler ("The
Ugly Truth") as a former
soccer star who tries to
reconnect with his family
and figure out his life in
general while coaching his
son's peewee soccer team.
Things become complicated


his mansion and socialite
Miranda Tate (Marion
Cotillard, "Inception"), who
is badgering him to discover
why he scuttled a promising
energy project that cost her
and Wayne Enterprises a
small fortune to develop.
Bruce is coaxed into
donning the cape and cowl
once more, but with Bane's
plans coming to fruition
around Gotham, one man
may not be enough to stop
the wave of chaos and
destruction on the horizon.


"The Dark Knight" was
about as perfect a comic
book film could ever hope to
be, so this new film had very
large shoes to fill. Although
the story here is not as tight
as the first sequel, it amps
the stakes to such a high
degree that it serves as a
very satisfying conclusion
to Nolan's trilogy.
Throughout his career,
Nolan has brought out
the best in his actors, and
"The Dark Knight Rises"
is no exception. Hardy is
unrecognizable as Bane,
and his mechanically-
affected voice manages to
be both emotionless and
gloating. No one could
realistically follow Ledger's
performance, and Bane isn't
the Joker, relying more on a
keen intellect and forward
planning than sheer chaos,
although their end goals
appear rather similar. There
is a twist near the end that
turns the entire plot on its
head and ties the series back
to its beginning.


with his ex-wife (Jessica
Biel, "Total Recall")
preparing to remarry and an
ESPN rep (Catherine Zeta-
Jones, "Rock of Ages")
scouting him for an anchor
job. The movie is directed
by Gabriele Muccino, who
broke into the U.S. market
with 2006's "The Pursuit of
Happyness."
The film is rated PG-13
for some sexual situations,
language and a brief intense
image.


Meanwhile, Hathaway
gets perhaps the most
dynamic character in
Selina, who welcomes the
coming chaos and considers
herself adaptable enough to
survive. When the reality
of the situation hits her,
however, Hathway shows
Selina's internal conflict
incredibly well.
Another "Inception" alum
joining the cast is Joseph
Gordon-Levitt as Officer
John Blake, whose quick
instincts enamor him to
Gordon. In fact, the Gotham
Police Department has
evolved quite a bit as well
since its corruption-filled
ways in "Batman Begins."
"The Dark Knight Rises"
manages to overcome the
third-film curse that felled
the "X-Men" and "Spider-
Man" franchises, serving
both as a very entertaining
and compelling film in its
own right as well as a perfect
cap on the seven-year saga
of Nolan's Batman story.
The film is rated PG-13
for intense sequences of
violence and action, some
sensuality and language.
"The Dark Knight Rises"
is available on Blu-ray
Combo Pack and on single
disc DVD. The combo pack
includes a documentary
on the Batmobile, a
comprehensive look
at how Nolan and his
production team made
"The Dark Knight Rises"
the epic conclusion to the
Dark Knight legend; 12
production featurettes, three
character featurettes, two
reflective feaurettes and an
art gallery. The DVD comes
with a featurette on Bruce
Wayne's journey.
Also available is "The
Dark Knight Trilogy
Limited Edition Giftset,"
featuring "Batman Begins,"
"The Dark Knight" and
"The Dark Knight Rises"
all in one collection in both
Blu-ray and DVD, which
includes a premium book
exclusive to the collection,
taking fans deeper into the
epic franchise. Warner Bros.
Home Entertainment also
plans to release "The Dark
Knight Trilogy Ultimate
Collector's Edition" in
2013.







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Last seen by family in October 1974


JAMES NORRIS
Continued from page 1
enrichment courses while
teaching English as a
Second Language (ESL)
at an adult school in San
Francisco that was popular
with immigrants seeking
American citizenship.


But in the fall of 1974,
Norris fell into a trap that
often waylays the most free-
spirited and charismatic... a
trap that was likely baited
with the lure of easy money
and the thrill of bucking
authority once more.
On Oct. 2, 1974, Norris
left his beloved dog in the
care of his mother at her
home in the San Francisco
Bay area of Califomrnia and
promised he would see her
soon after a short trip to
Florida.
That was the last time
his mother hugged her son.
It was also the last time
anyone in his family saw
him alive.
"A few days after he left
we received a postcard from
a place called Inglis, on the
Gulf of Mexico in Florida.
The card was postmarked
Oct. 4, 1974, the day after
he left San Francisco on
a red-eye flight to Miami.-
After that: nothing," Norris'
youngest sister, Rosemary
Norris-Southward, recalled.
"The days passed; Jimmy
was overdue. My mother
started to worry and as
the days dragged by her
worry turned to fear and
then to panic. She tried to
get help from various law
enforcement entities in San
Francisco and Florida and
from the FBI but there was
not much anyone would
or could do to help. No
one seemed too concerned
about this young man from
California who vanished
from the face of the earth.
Every place my mother
turned for help her inquiries
were met with, 'He'll turn
up,' but as time passed she
knew better."
It would be 36 years before
the family had any answers
in the disappearance of their
beloved son and brother.
During that time, both his
parents died, his siblings
grew up and had families of
their own.
But just as his mother had
while she was alive, they
never stopped searching for
answers.
In 2003, when California
changed its laws allowing
families of missing persons
to put their DNA on file,
they were the first family
in Fairfield to do that. His
mother put her DNA on file
in 2003. She died in 2007
without knowing if her son
had ever been found.
Meanwhile, 2,300 miles
away, a grim discovery in
the piney woods bordering
the Taylor-Dixie county line
held the key to Norris' fate.
"On April 16, 1976, a
heavy equipment, operator
working in an area off of US
19 in Dixie County (near
the Taylor County line)
was going about his day at
work when his attention
was diverted by an object
lying on the ground a short


distance away. Curious, he
.got down from his vehicle
and walked closer to get a
better look. He soon realized
that what he had discovered
were human remains and
he quickly put in a call to
the Dixie County Sheriff's
Office.
"Because the remains


were skeletal the sheriff
called in agents from
the Florida Department
of Law Enforcement
(FDLE) who assembled
a team of specialists to
conduct an anthropological
examination. Investigators
determined that the bones
were those of a young


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man in his mid-twenties
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sample of the remains to the
University of North Texas


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Identification, a program at
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forensic DNA technology.
A year passed before word
finally came back: Success."
Norris Southward
continued her brother's
story by relating, "With a
DNA profile now on file
the next step was to search
the U.S. Department of
Justice's National Missing
and Unidentified Persons
System (NamUs), an
online database used by
law enforcement, medical
examiners and the public
to solve cases involving
Missing persons and
unidentified deceased. The
job of searching for a match
fell to FDLE Special Agent
Mike Kennedy who was
using NamUs for the first
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DEADLINES:
The deadlines for classified ads are Monday by
5 p.m. for the Taco Times and Wednesday by
5 p.m. for the Perry News-Herald.




Small ads...big deals!


Auction. Saturday, Dec. 8 at 5 p.m.
Auction House/Madison 1693 SW
Moseley Hall Rd. (CR360) (850)
973-1444. We will have a hauler
with a large assortment of toys.
We will again be partnering with
the Salvation Army and VFD
collecting toys for kids that may
not otherwise receive one this
Christmas. We will also be selling
a large assortment of new and
used including Christmas decor
and trees. See us at
auction ip com
10%
buyers premium. MC, Visa,
Discover, debit cards, checks and
cash accepted. AU691 Ron Cox,
AB2490.
12/07, PS




Huge Indoor Yard Sale. Friday and
Saturday, 8 a.m. until, 121 E.
Green St. (downtown). Something
for everyone. Clothes, collectibles,
electronics, tools games and
much more!
12/07

Yard sale. Friday & Saturday, 8
a.m. until, 319 Sunset Ln. (off
Plantation Rd.). Boy's sizes 12,
14, 16, girl's 6, 7, 10/12, boy baby
clothes 0-6 months, women's
clothes 7, 9... karosene heater
(works good) and baked goods.
12/07

Yard Sale. Saturday, 8 a.m. until,
Hwy. 98 W., blue house on right
before Deal's Oyster House.
Toolbox, microwave, rocking chair,
clothes and more.
12/07

Yard sale. Saturday, Dec. 8, 8 a.m.
until noon, 3696 Joel Aman Rd.
(off Robert Aman Rd.). A good
time to Christmas shop. Maybe
even some items for the men.
Baby swing, bassinet, toys and
much more. Rain or shine! No
early birds!
12/05- 12/07

Yard sale. Friday & Saturday, 9
a.m. until 5 p.m. Hwy. 19 South
(Taylor Storage across from TTI).
Household furniture, chest
freezer, electric dryer, electric
stove, heat & cool A/C unit, tree
stands, antique radio, metal
shelving units, children's toys and
accessories, books, collectibles,
coins including proof sets, cast
iron, tools, glassware, recliners,
tables, filing cabinets, desk,
bedroom furniture, DVD & VHS
movies, women's jeans, electric
sewer snake, fishing poles,
jewelry and much more.
12/05- 12/07

Yard Sale. Saturday, 2647 Sidney
Blanton Rd., 8 a.m. until.
12/07

Yard sale. Saturday, 8 a.m. until 1
p.m., 3208 Vera Lane (off Pisgah
Rd. near 221 Gas & Grill) Look for
signs! Lots of items, plus size
women's clothes, junior girl's
clothes, knick knacks and
household items.
12/07

Yard sale. Friday, Dec. 7, &
Saturday, Dec. 8, 9 a.m. until 4
p.m. Leather couch, furniture,
piano, men's and women's (all
sizes) clothing, fishing tackle,
holiday decorations, odds & ends.
Look for signs around Deadman's
Curve on the Beach Road.
12/05- 12/07

Yard sale. Saturday, Dec. 8, 9 a.m.
until, 1824 Jefferson St. (between
Smoke Shop & Dollar General).
Clothes, shorts 50 cent a pair,
Ralph Lauren, DKNY, shoes,
purses, cast iron roaster, red
stemware, Boyd's bear collection.
Must see!


Three Family Yard Sale. Friday &
Saturday, 7:30 until, 803 E. Wilson
St. (behind county jail). Follow the
sigris! China cabinet, pots, pans,
knick knacks and lots more.
12/07

Christmas Yard Sale. Saturday, 8
a.m., Jefferson Square next to
Yung Nails. Women, boy's, girl's,
men clothes, shoes, purses, home
decor, comforter sets, Beauty
Control products, sofa set,
candles, Nintendo, DS games all
kinds of nice stuff.
12/07

3 Family Yard Sale. Inside
Andrews Drug Store, Friday, 8
a.m. until 3 p.m. and Saturday, 8
a.m. until 1 p.m. Glassware,
ceramics, Christmas items, 2 old
porcelain iron sinks ($40 ea),
basketball goal for pool ($60),
restaurant booths and tables
($100 ea), gator cokes, bottles,
clothes, jewelry, many gift items,
new medical walkers, books,
vitamins, more...
12/07

Incredible Yard Sale. Off Ash St.,
turn on Allen St., second house on
the right. Lots of household items,
electronics, silver & costume
jewelry, new Christmas
ornaments, Toyota Spider $2,000
OBO, workout equipment, ladies
& men's clothing, guitar hero drum
set & more accessories for
Nintendo Wii, 80 qt. Coleman
cooler. Starts Saturday, 8 a.m., no
early birds please.
12/05- 12/07

Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. until 2
p.m., 3498 Hwy. 19 South (Taylor
Storage Center across from Taylor
Tech.) Girl & boy's bikes, winter
jackets, men's boots, double
stroller, bassinet, gas fireplace, TV
cabinet, Spinet piano and bench,
Yamaha drum machine,
Christmas items, executive desk,
secretary chair, TV, wheelchair,
walker, roll-on walker, humidifier,
air purifier, sewing machine,
Foosball table, children's life
jacket, rebounder, fireplace
utensils, 10-foot ceiling/house'
jacks, solar shower, portable
charging station, stroller, baby
clothes, bouncer, carseats, swing,
toys, adult tricycles, home
security system, small appliances,
tools, magnetic bracelets and
much more.
12/07


Quality cured firewood, delivered.
Call 838-0949.
12/05 12/14

We
Buy
Scrap
Metal and Junk
Cars
850-838-5865
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Cash for junk cars and trucks, free
removal. 7 days a week. Call (386)
658-1030 or (904) 887-8513.
11/02 01/04

Yamaha trumpet for sale with two
mouth pieces in hard case. It's in
good working condition and looks
good. Call 223-1005, please leave
message.




2 female calico cats, 6 months old,
spayed and has rabies shot. Call
(850) 578-2446.
12/07- 12/12

Jack Russell, 10 weeks old,
female, all white with red head.
Call 584-4152.
12/05 12/07


I FOR RENT


Double wide trailer for rent in beautiful
country setting.Three bedrooms--two baths-
-open LR/DR--fully equipped kitchen w/
refrigerator, stove and microwave. Washer &
dryer furnished. Fenced yard for small dog.
Nice back porch. Located on Golf Course Rd.
on a working farm. $800 monthly, first & last
month up front, credit references required.

Serious inquiries call 578-2310 to view.


3 full blooded Boxer male puppies,
without papers. 2 brindle, 1 fawn,
$300 each, ready Dec. 15, Call
584-7833.
12/05 12/07




3BR/2BA double wide. Located at
1070 Buckeye Nursery Road with
fenced in pasture land. $675 a
month and $300 deposit. Call 584-
7094 for application information
you must have excellent credit
references.
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3BR/1BA, brick home. Central
HAC, W/D, carport. $625 monthly,
first, last, plus security deposit
and 12 month lease. Contact
(850) 421-1277.
12/05 12/12

2BD/1BA, mobile home with
carport. In city limits off 98. $165
weekly includes electric, water,
cable. First and last week to move
n. Call (727) 433-4514.
12/05 12/19

Efficiency/upstairs garage
apartment. 1 bedroom, furnished,
no children, no pets. Call 584-
7170.
12/05- 12/12


Cozy Cottage, 1BD/1BA, with full
kitchen. Utilities, water and lawn
care included. No pets! $600
monthly, $200 security deposit.
Call (386) 209-0712.
12/05- 12/07

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.
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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

TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR
2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments
Rent based on income with
First Month Rent Free for
qualified applicants. Call
850-584-6842. TDD. EHO.
Section 8 Affordable Multifamily
Housing
TWA, tfn

2 BD/1BA mobile home. $500
monthly, $500 deposit. Call
295-3653.
11/30- 12/12

3BD/2BA mobile home. $550
monthly, $500 deposit. Call 295-
3653.
11/30 12/12

3BD/2 BA mobile home. $550
monthly, $500 deposit. Call 295-
3653.
11/30 12/12

Office space for rent. 900 sq. ft., S.
Jefferson St., $550 monthly, $500
deposit. Call 295-3653.
11/30 12/12

Everetts Mobile Home Park
Taking applications for 2 bedroom,
1 1/2 bath. $475 monthly and
$300 deposit, references required
584-7094.
EMHP
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Prevatt's Wayside Apartments
Fully furnished efficiency. Adults
only, all utilities and cable
included, $140 weekly. Call (850)
295-4985.
11/28 12/07

1 bedroom fully furnished trailer in
nice quiet area. Utilities and
satellite TV included. 1 or 2'adult
only, no children, no pets, $150
weekly and $150 security. Call
584-2199.
11/26 12/14

Westgate Rooms available for
rent: refrigerator, microwave, TV
w/cable, AC/Heater. Everything
included. $175- $240 weekly, $40
daily, $595-$635 per month.
RV sites $20 daily, $100 weekly,
$350 monthly. Tax included. 1627
S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-299-
6554.
LS
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3BD/2BA house. $600 monthly,
$500 deposit. Call 295-3653.
11/30- 12/12

Apartment for rent. 2 bedroom, 1
bath, washer/dryer hook ups. No
pets, $550 monthly, $550 deposit.
Call 223-3369.
11/21 12/07

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, tfin




RIVERFRONT LOT FOR SALE
Want to own this part of 'The
Suwannee River?"
Priced to Sell!!!!
Located in Lafayette County,
Mayo, Florida.
.75 acres for only $36,500!!!
Now Accepting Offers
Call Cynthia for more information
(850) 223-7152
or Visit our website: bcfcu.coop
BCFCU
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DUPLEX for sale by owner,
excellent investment. Two free-
standing block houses. 2BD/1BA-
each full kitchen, full bath, on
50'x150' lot.,' Excellent rental
history, well maintained, great
location behind Walmart off Old
Dixie Hwy. As is $65,000 obo. Call
Robert (850) 223-3427.
12/07, 14, 21, 28

Older single wide for sale (you
move), 10x40, 2/1, appliances
and furniture, roofover,
axles/wheels. Needs TLC
$1,995/offer. (850) 223-1448.
12/05 12/14

For Sale By Owner
3 bed, 2 bath, single family
dwelling on 1.16 MOL acres at
308 Worley Way, Clark
Subdivision off Bishop Blvd. Total
elec., central H/A, FP, fenced back
yard, concrete drive, and lots
more. $203,900 includes a 1 yr.
home warranty. Please call (850)
838-8258 for appt., leave msg.
11/21 12/14

1 acre of land, 2 miles from
Keaton Beach. $18,500, some
owner financing. Well, power pole,
septic and large shed. Call 843-
1301.
11/14- 12/17

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.
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PRICE REDUCED. 3BD/2BA tri-
level floor plan, LR/DR with
fireplace, family room with
fireplace, kitchen, breakfast area,
office, large rec. room, patio, pool,
large storage building, 3 acres m/I,
2,592 sq. ft. 121 Shady Oaks Dr.
(off Plantation). (850) 584-7687 or
843-5512.
12/05 01/30




You're Approved!
Guaranteed Auto Financing
at Headturners Auto!!
Call for your
next vehicle today!
850-584-2111
HT, tfn




Arby's Lamont, Florida
5200 S. Jefferson St.
(1-10 & US 19)
Accepting applications for
Management & Crew Members
Open interviews will be held
Friday, Dec. 7, 2012, from 10 a.m.
until 2 p.m.
Management applicants please
bring a copy of your resume.
12/05- 12/14, LoS

ASE-Certified Automotive
Instructor and Automotive
Assistant Needed:
Inquire of Jamie Newberry,
Education Director
Twin Oaks Vocational Academy
(850) 948-1200, x281 or
jnewberry@togha.org
11/14 12/07, TOJ TOVA2436


FO RENT]


Now Hiring Store Managers &
Assistant Managers
We currently have opportunities
for a store manager/assistant
manager, in the Madison and
Monticello areas. The position
requires management experience.
Qualified candidates must have
excellent customer service and
employee relations skills. The
successful candidate should be
capable of operating in a fast
paced environment. Must have a
flexible schedule and be self
motivated. Must be able to train,
motivate and prepare employees
for greater responsibilities using
effective communications skills.
12/07 12/19, LoS

Retail and Food Service Manager
needed immediate opening in a
progressive and growing company
requires previous experience in
retail or food service
management. Including store
scheduling, P&L, marketing and
expense control. Compensation
based on skills and experience.
Vacation, sick and health benefits
available. Resume and references,
required. Apply by mail, P.O. Box
923, Perry, FL 32348. :
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Advent Christian Village
call (386) 658-5627 or visit
www.acvillage.net .
24 hrs/day, 7 days/week
Want more than a job?
Experience a Community.
RN Quality of Care Leader
Unrestricted Florida RN license,
excellent clinical
nursing/assessment skills, current
CPR certification, verifiable IV skill
(start, regulate, maintain,
discontinue IV's) required. Good
Communication, organizational
and computer skills required; must
work as part of interdisciplinary
team to assure outstanding quality
of life/quality of care for LTC
residents. On-call rotation
required.
Management/Supervisory
experience and knowledge of LTC
regs desired.
CNA & LPN
FT/PT/long-term care setting.
Florida certification (CNA) or
unrestricted license (LPN)
required.
FT positions include health,
dental, life, disability, AFLAC;
403b; paid time off, access to
onsite daycare and fitness
facilities. Apply in person at
Personnel Office Monday through
Friday from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., or
fax resume/credentials to (386)
658-5160. EOE/Drug-Free
Workplace/Criminal background
checks required.
12/05- 12/14, ACV

Badcock Furniture
Set-up and delivery. Must be 21 or
older, clean driving record
required.
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Swann

Bail

Bonds

Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS


107 N 4A-2757
Jeferson St. 3T 6t t




TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE
*Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming
*Tree Removal
*Debris Removal
*Bucket truck use
*Bush Hogging
*Pressure Washing
*Free Estimates* and
*Great Rates*
Call today!
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
Mark A. Moneyhan
Licensed and Insured
Certified Quality Specialist.
10/31


W1 BUY GOLD, SILVER,


OLD COINS AND ALMOST

ANYTHING ELSE OF VALUE


WALL-TO WALL

Dries in 3-4 Hours Tile Floors Pet Odors
TREE CAPITAL CLEANING
584-CLEAN (584-2532) .- -


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FLOORING
Carpet, Vinyl and Repairs. Will
beat all prices Call 850-838-9050.
If no answer please a. leave
message.
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JM I--1rjdnan Home Repairs
LLC Pressure washing, pairing,
concrete wcod deals, Cerarr-:
lile, iaminmae wod available
Mobile Home Repair-, RV *Leal&
Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-227&r
JM, tfn

J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured.' Free
estimates. We also grind stumps.
Call today 838-1280. Firewood for
sale.
JD(fri.), tfn

A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land cl-aring, tree trimming/
rem:.sVal, dump trubk 'service. .
h arro:wing, bush hlog mowngi, ra' e
wor- di n leveling rand cormiplet
lawn service Call 584-6737 ''
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Notice of Public Hearing
Hearing: December 11, 2012 '
Subject of Hearing: Revision to ,
School Boara I: .:'h. -:' i .
.THE DC1.',r,1r r _T ..CHOOLr 8. '
--TAYLOR 'COUrjif A'rL HOLD '
PUBLIC HEARING ON THE ABOVE
DATE FOR APPROVAL OF SAID
HEARING ITEM. THE PUBLIC IS
INVITED TO ATTEND TO EXPRESS
THEIR OPINIONS/CONCERNS, THE
PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD
AT:
The Administrative Complex,
School Board Meeting Room
318 North Clark Street, In Perry @
6:00 p.m.
A copy of this policy may be
obtained from the
Superintendent's Office,
Paul E. Dyal
Superintendent of Schools

Notice Is hereby given to
NORMA COOPER ROBINSON
Unless payment Is made on 1986
Ford VIN:1FTCF15N1GNB44854
for tow & storage charges on
10/16/2010. Vehicle will be
auctioned on the 28TH day of
DECEMBER, 2012 @ 10 am at
Thomas Chevrolet 2128 S, Byron
Butler Pkwy, Perry, FL (850) 584-
6221 per F.S, 713.78

Notice Is hereby given to
DELILAH W, BAKER.
Unless payment is made on 1997
CHEVROLET LUMINA
VIN:2G1WL52MXV9167163 for
tow & storage charges on
08/03/2012. Vehicle will be
auctioned on the 28th day of
December, 2012 @ 10:45am at
Thomas Chevrolet Buick Inc.
2128 S. Byron Butler Pkwy, Perry,
Fl. 850-584-6221 per F.S,.713.78

Notice Is hereby given to
AMANDA MARIE SCHOMMER
Unless payment Is made on 2000
Yamaha cy50 Riva Jog
VIN:VG54UYA09YA108948 for tow
& storage charges on
05/11/2011. Vehicle will be
auctioned on the 28th day of
December, 2012 @ 11:00 am at
Thomas Chevrolet Buick Inc.
2128 S, Byron Butler Pkwy, Perry,
Fl. 850-584-6221 per F.S.713.78


Notice Is hereby given to
JOHN L. AMAN and Title Max of
Georgia, Inc. as Leinholder.
Unless payment is made on 1997
CHEVROLET CAMERO
VIN: 2G1FP22K2V2148116 for tow
& storage charges on
07/08/2012. Vehicle will be
auctioned on the 28TH day of
December, 2012 at 10:15AM at
Thomas Chevrolet 2128 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy, Perry, FL. 850-584-
6221 per F.S. 713.78

Notice Is hereby given to
ANGELA YVETTE JONES AND
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY CREDIT
UNION, LEINHOLDER.
Unless payment is made on 2004
NISSAN SENTRA
VIN:3N1CB51D84L849083 for tow
& storage charges on
08/24/2012. Vehicle will be
auctioned on the 28TH day of
December, 2012 @ 10:30 am at
Thomas Chevrolet 2128 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy, Perry FL (850) 584-
6221 per FS. 713.78

IN THE COUNTY COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO 62-2012-CC-190-00A-OI
JESSE D SCRANTON LINDA HON-
SCRANTON











Plaintiff, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
VIVIAN BLY PETITION TO DETERMINE
IN REF: 1989 SINGLE WIDE MOBLE OWNERSHIP OF A MOBILE HOME
HOME GENERAL AMERICAN DESCRIBED AS
SERIAL # GMHGA06892086 1989 SINGLE WIDE MOBLE HOME
NOTICE OF ACTION GENERAL AMERICAN. SERIAL #


A-12 Perry News-Herald December 7-8, 2012


GMHGA06892086,
HAS BEEN FILED AND YOU ARE
REQUIRED TO SERVE A COPY OF
YOUR WRITTEN OBJECTIONS, IF
ANY, ON JESSE D SCRANTON AND
LINDA HON-SCRANTON. 6834


WALTER SHIVER RD. PERRY. FL PETITIONER, OR IMMEDIATELY THIS COURT ON THE 5TH DAY
32348 WHO IS THE PETITIONER, ON THEREAFTER; OTHERWISE, A OF DECEMBER, 2012 AT TAYLOR
OR BEFORE JANUARY 5, 2013, DEFAULT WILL BE ENTERED FOR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
AND FILE THE ORIGINAL WITH THE THE RELIEF DEMANDED IN THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
CLERK OF THE COURT EITHER PETITION. BY: Salina Ford
BEFORE SERVICE ON THE WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL OF DEPUTY CLERK


Announcements
CONSIGNMENT ART AUCTION
on Dec 15,2012 (Saturday) at
4pm. 9101 International Drive,
Ste. 1008, Orlando, FL 32819.
Artworks below $100,
complimentary hors dioeuvres
and FREE ART PRINT for
attending. Artists include
Picasso, Dali, Chagall, Max and
local artists. Call (866)537-1013
or visit www.Baterbys.com for
more information or to RSVR

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Miscellaneous
AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train
for hands on Aviation
Maintenance Career. FAA
approved program. Financial aid
if qualified Housing available
CALL Aviation Institute of
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ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE
from Home. *Medical, *Business,
*Criminal Justice, *Hospitality.
Job placement assistance.
Computer available. Financial Aid
if qualified. SCHEV authorized.
Call www.CenturaOnline.com
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an Aviation Maintenance Tech.
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available. Job placement
assistance. CALL Aviation
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Financial aid if qualified. Housing
available. Job Placement
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(877) 206-6559

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placement assistance. Computer
available. Financial Aid if
qualified. SCHEV authorized.


Call 888-203-3179
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OTR Drivers Wanted
Drivers Class A Flatbed, HOME
EVERY WEEKEND! Pay 37p /mi,
. Both ways, FULL BENEFITS,
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Real Estate/ Land for Sale
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Remains discovered in 1976, identified in 2010


LAST SEEN
Continued from page 10
analysis done when the
skeleton was discovered
in 1976, Agent Kennedy
knew he was looking for a
muscular, Caucasian male
in his mid-twenties who
stood about 5'10" and
had received good dental
care.
He also knew that the
young man was murdered
sometime in 1974 in the
woods alongside U.S. 19
in Dixie County near the
Taylor County line.
"Agent Kennedy logged
into NamUs, entered the
case information, and began
his search from among the
list of possible matches the
system returned. Within
15 minutes he zeroed in on
the case information that
I had entered in NamUs


soon after it went online
in January 2009. I imagine
Kennedy was surprised
to discover that there was
a DNA reference sample
on file with the California
Department of Justice,
considering that my brother
went missing in 1974.
Kennedy looked over the
case information for James
Berkeley Norris and the
more he studied it, the more
convinced he became that
he was on the right track.
Doing further research, he
found several other sites that
I had utilized to publicize
my brother's case, including
Doe Network, FindAGrave
and MySpace.
"Next, Agent Kennedy
arranged to have the
reference sample from
CA DOJ sent to UNT for
comparison. The results
came back a match; the


Dixie County John Doe
finally had a name, James. It
was the end of 2010.
"Meanwhile 2,600
miles northwest of FDLE
headquarters in Tallahassee
I was sitting across my
kitchen table from Tony
DeTomasi, a detective
from the City of Fairfield
(California) Police
Department.
"The first thing he said
to me was, 'I guess you're
wondering why I asked to
come by your house instead
of speaking to you on the
phone.' As hard as it is for
me to remember in detail
what DeTomasi said to me,
I recall my reaction with
complete clarity: I didn't
believe a word of it. I asked
some questions and he
gave me more details, then
slowly I started -to allow it
to sink in. The search was


over. I went from disbelief
to shock to grief to anger
to relief to panic, all in a
matter of minutes.
"In April 2011 my
sister Kathie Norris and
I flew to Florida to claim
our brother's remains and
finally bring him home. We
had the opportunity to tell
our story to the media and
ask for help from the public.
We were also able to see
firsthand several of the areas
that figure into the case.
The best part of the trip
was having the opportunity
to meet the individuals
who are working hard to
solve Jimmy's,case and to
bring those responsible to
justice. It was an amazing
experience and my sister
and I flew back home feeling
confident that the case is in
the best of hands.
"I look forward to the day


when I can look the person
who took my brother's life
in the eyes in a court of
law; without a doubt, I'll
be there for that. When the
gavel falls and someone is
led away in handcuffs I will
finally be able to say 'It's
over,' and know that Jimmy
is truly at peace."
Norris-Southward is
working daily to keep
her brother's memory
alive and his case in the
forefront. She has launched
a web site detailing
Norris' story (www.
whokilledjamesnorris.com)
and also has a Facebook
page that services as a
gateway for information.
The FDLE also contimies
it pursuit of answers and
featured Norris' murder
this week on its own
Facebook page seeking new
information.


Anyone with information
regarding this crime is urged
to contact FDLE Special
Agent Mike Kennedy at
(850) 410-7450.
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This is one of the
last photos taken of
James Norris shortly
before he disappeared
on a trip to Florida in
October 1974.


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According to reports,
unknown suspects) backed
over the crosses (using a
vehicle) and knocked one
down.
"However, the cross had
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offices arrived on scene,"
the spokesperson said.
Anyone with information
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at (850) 584-4225.
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COASTLINE
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summer's rains, with the
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seagrasses.
Another explanation is


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oxygen levels.
Brown said former
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to take a larger role in the
state Sea Grant program,
is volunteering with local
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