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Weather spotter
course offered
The National Weather
Service in Tallahassee has
scht'dulod a basic skywarn
spote,' training class for
Ti,'sd.w. Feb, 19, at 7 p.m.
Tthe i :ine course is the
mis: of several spring severe
weatre season training
courses which will continue
thiOugh March. To register
for the course, visit: https://
S .wl 1.gotomeeting.com/
register/924560760.
The course will last
approximately 90 minutes
and cover basic spotter
topics, like thunderstorm
components, basic weather
terminology and weather
safety. This training
opportunity requires use of
the internet and a phone line
to access the course audio.
'We also encourage
people to participate. in
group settings if possible
to maximize learning
opportunities," organizers
said. 'This is an excellent
opportunity for refresher
training as we approach
our spring severe weather
season."

Collins to speak
Feb. 5
American Legion Post
96 will welcome Veterans
Service Officer Joe Collins
Tuesday, Feb. 5.
He will discuss
communicable diseases.
The meeting will start
at 7 p.m. and everyone is
welcome.

Don't miss the
'Chicken Swap'
Feb. 9
4D Goat Farm will host
a free "Chicken Swap"
Saturday, Feb. 9, from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m.
Everyone is invited to bring
small animals (chickens,
geese, ducks, turkeys, quail,
goats, rabbits, piglets, etc.) to
buy, sell or trade.
The farm is located at 2777
Pisgah Road. For additional
information, please call (850)
371-1170.

Leadership
Council launches
membership drive
Taylor County Leadership
Council Interim CEO Juanita
Monroe invites prospective
members to a special
meeting Friday, Feb. 15, at
Jerkins Community Center.
The meeting will start at
6:30 p.m. and will feature
information on membership
registration.

Library to hold
workshop series
The Taylor County
Public Library will hold
a series of workshops
throughout the month of
February.
The schedule includes:
Feb. 5: Microsoft Word,
6 p.m.;
Feb.13: Resume building,
11 a.m.;
Feb. 16: Cake decorating,
10a.m.;
Feb. 22: Soap making,
6p.m.
There is a $5 cost for
the soap making and cake
decorating workshops; the
rest are free.
Space is limited, so those
interested in a workshop are
asked to call 838-3512 to
sign up.




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Inmates tracked through swamp


K-9 team captures escapees


Taylor Correctional
Institution's (TCI) K-9
team is being credited for
its swift action and relentless
pursuit in apprehending
two inmates who escaped
from the work camp here
Wednesday afternoon, Jan.
30.-
"I just can't say enough
about the outstanding job
the team did. It was just
a picture-perfect example
of how it is all supposed
to work," Taylor County
Sheriff's Office (TCSO)
Lt. Chris Folsom said
Thursday. "They tracked
through some of the most
harsh swamp conditions
you find in the county and
it was the K-9 handlers who


Daniel J. Mitchell


David L. Black


actually caught the guys."
The inmates, David L.
Black, 50, and Daniel J.
Mitchell, 25, were back in
custody in less than five
hours after they were found
to be missing during an
afternoon count at the work
camp.
"They were at their job
outside the facility and
apparently decided not
to come back," Florida
Department of Corrections
(FDOC) Deputy
Communications Director
Misty Cash said.
"They were apprehended
in a wooded area not far
from the facility. As of now,
they will be sent back to a
regular corrections facility
and I am not sure what
additional charges they may
face," she said.
"Our 911 dispatch
received a call from TCI
reporting that two inmates
had escaped. Two deputies
were immediately sent to
the prison and, once we
had additional information,
everyone on shift was
mobilized to assist. The
Perry Police Department
and Florida Fish & Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) also responded.
Additional officers from
surrounding correctional
institutions were also
brought in to help. All
together, there were
probably 50-70 individuals
involved in the search,"
Folsom said.
The inmates were found
in the Spring Creek Wildlife


(L to r) Sgt. Eric Sadler, Sgt. Adam Clark and Sgt. Christopher Brunson
are all part of TCI's K-9 Squad, which pursued two escaped inmates through
the swampy woods of Spring Warrior WMA Wednesday. The men were
captured shortly before heavy rains doused the area.


Management Area, which
lies behind the prison.
"The best way to describe
conditions in the area is
extreme swampiness. It
really is about as bad as it
gets in the county. If you
drew a line from the prison
to Spring Warrior, you'd
be able to follow the path
the inmates evidently took.
They stayed strictly in
'the woods and were
traveling--on foot--in the


worst direction they,would*
have gone as far as the
conditions. We don't believe
they were ever near any
homes in that area, however
the sheriff's department
made an effort to notify
residents within that range."
Officials estimated that
the men traveled some five
to six miles through the
swampy woodlands.
"FWC officers on scene
were very knowledgeable


of the area and helped direct
where everyone needed to
be.
"Many of the officers
from the TCSO and PPD
were stationed in the
parameter around' the track,
looking to box the inmates
in a certain area," Folsom
said.
"We were basically out
on the roadways, but the
"*- Please see page 8


High winds, rain buffet county


Taylor County was
beset by high winds most
of Wednesday thanks to a
line of storms which made
its way across the Florida
Panhandle, but aside from
the gusty conditions and a
brief period of rain, the area
was spared the worst of the
system's power.
Wind gusts topped 40
mph while sustained winds
were recorded as high as


30 mph at the National
Weather Service (NWS)
station at Perry-Foley
Airport.
The station at Keaton
Beach recorded a top gust
of 36 mph.
Taylor County Emergency
Management officials said
Thursday that their office
had received no reports of
damage resulting from the
storm.


After producing heavy
downpours and knocking
out power for many across
the Panhandle, the line
of storms weakened as it
reached the Taylor County
border.
With the cold front
associated with the storm
now to the south, Taylor can
expect much colder weather,
with temperatures expected
to reach below freezing in


the early morning hours
today (Friday).
Today's forecast high
is in the mid-60s and the
temperature is projected
to fall to 25 tonight, which
would be the coldest low
this winter.
The current low this
winter is 28, which was
recorded on Dec. 23 and
Dec. 30.
The rest of the weekend


forecast calls for highs in
the mid-60s and lows in the
high-30s.
To receive e-mail
notifications of local
weather alerts from the
NWS, Taylor County
Emergency Management
official are encouraging
residents to subscribe
online at www.
taylorcountygov.'com/
notify_form.htm.


There's no business likeYOUR business!


The Perry-Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce will
be "Puttin' on the Ritz" for
its annual banquet planned
Friday, Feb. 22, at the Perry
Elks Lodge.
"Our theme this year is


'There's No Business...
Like YOUR Business!' We
invite you get your tickets
now. Traditionally, this has
been a sold-out event each
year, so call 584-5366 to
reserve your table or tickets


Tony Carvahal is president
Consulting & Management.


of Carvahal


today," Chamber Director
Dawn Taylor said.
Event sponsor this year
is Citizens State Bank of
Perry. Cline Moore will
serve as emcee and master of
ceremonies; guest speaker
will be Tony Carvahal.
"Cline will entertain us
throughout the night with
his quick wit, energy and
enthusiasm. He has been a
dedicated chamber board
member for many years and
has volunteered countless
hours in helping to mold
the chamber into what it has
become today," Taylor said.
"Tony Carvahal, a regular
consultant and trainer on
leadership, team building
and management, will
provide a healthy dose of
insight and humor into
the developmental and
entrepreneurial challenges
all types of businesses face.
His expertise in strategy
development is widely
sought by businesses,
associations and local
governments and, as a


speaker
regularly
through


and writer, he
takes audiences
interactive and


entertaining programs on
performance, innovation and
creativity. He is president
of Carvahal Consulting &
Management (CCM) but
prefers to go by his more
descriptive title: problem-
solver and calmer of chaos.
With a line-up like we have
here, this night promises to
be one to remember."
Social hour for this
black tie event (suit & tie
or tux) begins at 6:15 p.m.
with a silent auction and
music provided by the Jazz
Ensemble from the Florida
State University (FSU)
School of Music. Dinner
will be at 7 p.m., followed
by an awards ceremony,
chamber presentation and
featured speakers Moore
and Carvahal.


Cline Moore
"The Jazz Ensemble
will perform following the
speaker and then we will
have music, extended social
time and dancing later,"
Taylor said.
Tickets are $45 per
person, or $400 for a table
of 10.


Index
Looking Back......... A-2
Perry New s-Herald Living ..................... A-4
One section 124th Year, No.5 Religion................... A-5
ww.perrynewspapers.cm n Sports............... A-6


Entertainment........ A-8
-TV guide............... A-9
Classifieds........... A-10


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A-2 Perry News-Herald
February 1-2, 2013


Editor's Note: Local
historian Henry McLeod
has compiled an impressive
collection of Taylor County
history and is sharing that
knowledge through a website
appropriately titled 'Taylor
County & Perry, Florida
History" (https://sites.google.
com/site/taylorcountyhistory/).
His latest addition to the
site is an extensive profile of
local churches. This week's
featured churches are Scanlon
Methodist Church and New
Hope Methodist Church.
Scanlon was a logging
camp of the Brooks-Scanlon
Lumber Company. It was
located in the southwestern
part of Taylor County about
nine miles from the Gulf of
Mexico.
The Rev. D. Lee Jones,
preaching at Fenholloway in
1926, went to preach in the
schoolhouse once a month.


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The Rev. C. H. Cole was
the presiding elder of the
Tallahassee district at the
time.
In the summer of 1927,
the Rev. J. M. Watts came
to hold a revival here,
and he and the Rev. Jones
organized the church. There
were about 17 charter
members, several of whom
were: Mrs. A. H. Allen,
Mrs. A. H. Collins, Mrs.
A. L. Applewhite, Mrs. S.
A. Attaway. The church
school was begun with Mrs.
Collins as superintendent.
Services were still held
in the school building
until 1928 when, under
the pastorate of the Rev.
Gilbert, the church building
was erected.
Mrs. A. H. Collins went
several times to see Mr.
J. S. Foley, an executive
of Brooks-Scanlon about


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family friends


Scanlon Methodist

served residents of

Brooks-Scanlon

logging camp


building a church. Mr.
Foley agreed to erect the
church with the provision
that the people furnish it
and that it be a community
church building so that all
denominations might use it
for worship. The building
was completed on Sept. 20,
1928.
The Rev. Gilbert
successfully served the
church until 1930, when the
conference sent the Rev. W.
W. Robbins as pastor. The
Rev. Robbins, after serving
one quarter, went to another
place that was better for his
wife's health. The Rev. P. K.
Rowell came to finish that
conference year, but was
taken ill and died just as the
second quarter was ended.
His death was regretted by
all. The Rev. J. M. Watts
came after Rev. Rowell's
death and successfully


completed the conference
year.
The Rev. J. W. Wyrick
came to serve in 1931 until
1933 when the Rev. J. A.
Cullifer served two years
after which Rev. Champion
served one year and then
retired from the ministry.
Rev. J. A. Cullifier came
back in 1936 serving
another year. Rev. Win. L.
Windsor was sent to this
charge in 1937.
The Sunday school
improved and grew
considerably. The first
Vacation Church School
was held in July of 1937.
A Missionary Society and
Epworth League were
organized
Note: Not sure when this
church disbanded, but the
post office at Scanlon closed
and moved to Perry in Dec.
1941.


New Hope: hearts full of religion


By S.S. HOUCK
Douglas Calhoun gave
a deed in 1878 for a piece
of land for New Hope
Methodist Church and a
cemetery.
It was located about eight


New Hope Methodist
Warrior Settlement.


and one-half miles south of
Perry near U.S. 19. It was
once known as the Warrior
Settlement.
Some of the oldest
members, assumed to
be some of the charter


members, were: John R.
Kelly, David Houck, F. M.
Houck, Andrew W. Hendry,
David E Gamble, Anna M.
Calhoun, Mrs. M. L. Houck,
Mrs. C. E. Kelly, Charles A.
Kelly, Mrs. M. J. Weaver,


Church was built in the area once known as the


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near Oakland Church) was
found by Mike Tomlinson,
27, when he was riding
through the woods in that
area. USAF officials came
quickly to Perry to retrieve
the piece of government
equipment.
It wasn't the first time
Tomlinson was credited
with a discovery pertaining
to the crash. Following the
accident, he and a friend
actually discovered one of
the two pilots.

MAILBOX FOR BOBBY
Suzanne Carlton was
pictured on front page with
a mailbox she decorated for
Bobby Bowden who was
secured as speaker for this
year's high school football
banquet. It was painted
in the school's colors and
emblazoned with Seminole
logos.

TRUCK PULLED
FROM SINKHOLE
A 1965 blue Chevrolet
pick-up was pulled from
a sinkhole near Watering
Hole Sink after a tip to
the Florida Marine Patrol
about its whereabouts. The
truck was believed to be
have been used to transport
four individuals "to their


Mrs. M. B. Kelly and Mrs.
F. M. Houck. Some of
these members moved to
Fenholloway shortly after
the Fenholloway Church
was organized.
In those days of long
ago, the people would take
two days of each month,
on Saturday and Sunday,
to worship. They would
drive ox carts and wagons
to church. They would
fellowship with each other
when they arrived and
during worship they would
shout with a heart full of
religion.
By 1909 the church
building at New Hope was
badly decayed, so Green B.
Weaver collected enough
money to build a new church,
which remained in use for
about another 40 years when
the church was closed in
1939.
The cemetery is still
being used and kept up. It is
located on U.S. 19 South.


THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD
January.26, 1978


death." The four who died
were Harold Sims, 39,
Dennis Hood, 21, Shiela
McAdams, 16, and Sandy
McAdams, 14. All died of
gunshot wounds.
Eight men were charged
with the murders and
scheduled to stand trial in
Panama City next month.

WHO'S NEW?
Gregory Michael
McIntyre was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Gregory McIntyre
on Jan. 21 at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital (DMH).
Also at DMH, Christie
Lynn Foskey was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph
Foskey on Jan. 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Mason
Kelley announced the birth
of their daughter, Erica Lee,
born Jan. 21 at DMH.

JEANNETTE TAKES
THE HELM
Jeannette Johnson,
an employee at Vera's
Dress Shop for 10 years,
announced that she was
now the new owner of the
business.

WEDDIN BELLS
Antoinette McLeod
became the bride of Jerry
Singletary Dec. 17.


Remember when...
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Call me

'Now or

Later'


By ANTHONY L. WHITE
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When I called Blanche on the Friday
of our 30-year class reunion in October,
I was already 20 minutes late picking
her up.
"I got off from work a little late, so I'm
running late," I called Blanche and said.
"But, I am on my way."
"Okay," she responded. "I'm already
dressed, so I'll be on the porch waiting.
Thirty minutes later, I pulled up in
front of Blanche's house, still brushing
my hair and getting dressed.
"Sorry I'm late," I said when she got in
the truck.
"Don't worry about it," she responded.
"You're okay."
It was always like that with Blanche.
Whenever I was late, whenever I didn't
do something I was supposed to do, or
whenever I just needed someone to let
me. know that things would turn out
alright, Blanche was there telling me,
"You're going to be okay." She could
always put things in perspective.
I don't remember when I met Blanche.
It seems that I've always known her
and that we've always been friends.
I'm guessing that's why she was able
to forgive me for being late the Friday
of our class reunion. It's also why she
always forgave me for being consistently
late for everything.


Class of 1982 member Shelly Strickland,
described the trio in this picture as, "Sassy,
Sweet, and Now or Later in that order."

Our class had its reunion banquet
the next evening, and as usual, Blanche
called me a few hours before I was
supposed to pick her up. "I'm just
making sure you know what time to
pick me up," she said.
"I'll be there on time," I answered.
Blanche grinned then said, "I'll see
you when you get here."
Blanche called me an hour before I
was supposed to pick her up.
"I'm getting dressed," she said. "Are
you?"
"I'm almost dressed," I responded.
"Sure you are," she said. "I'll be ready
when you get here."
I arrived at Blanche's house fifteen
minutes later than I said I would.
"I'm sorry I'm late,;' I said as her sister
Elaine helped her into the truck.
"Don't worry about it," Blanche
replied. "You're okay."
When we arrived at the Catholic
Parrish Hall, our dutiful classmates
were waiting to help Blanche inside.
"You're late," Sandy said. "As usual."
As Blanche got out of the truck, she
whispered to me, "I don't think they
know that the reason we're late is
because we like grand entrances."
That's how it was with Blanche. She
always found a way to make me feel
okay even when everyone else was
pointing out my shortcomings. And, I
loved her for it.
Blanche passed this week after a
lengthy illness, and I miss her already.
But, like she always said, I know I'll be
okay.


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School board, local


unions reach updated


contract agreements


The Taylor County
School Board unanimously
approved updated contracts
with the Taylor County Non-
Instructional Association
and the Taylor Education
Association last week
which will run through
2015 and 2014 respectively.
The school board held a
special meeting Thursday,
Jan. 24, to consider the
agreements, which had
been previously approved
by the unions.
. In the non-instructional
agreement, one change will
affect those employees who
work 10 months but who
receive their paychecks
spread out across 12
months. With the school


district's fiscal year ending
on June 30, the district was
disbursing checks in July
and August during the next
year, an issue flagged in the
annual audit. Under the new
agreement, those employees
who received 12 paychecks
will receive their July and
August checks with their
final June check.
The new agreement also
updates the employees'
salary schedules retroactive
to July 2012. When asked
Thursday, Superintendent
Paul Dyal said this would
not affect the district's
budget because they had
anticipated working out
a new agreement and
had included it in this year's


budget.
The non-instructional
union approved the
agreement 180-2.
In the new instructional
agreement, most of the
changes were made to reflect
changes in Florida Statutes
involving differentiated
pay and performance
evaluations.
Under the new agreement,
pursuant to statutes, if staff
reductions are deemed
necessary, "the employee
with the lowest performance
,evaluations shall be the first
to be released."
Taylor Education
Association members
approved the new agreement
146-8.


A-3 Perry News-Herald February 1-2, 2013


A Paddler's Guide
Rose Knox (right) and Graham Schorb (center), authors of "Canoeing
and Camping on the Historic Suwannee River: A Paddler's Guide," spoke at
the Taylor County Public Library Monday evening about their book as well
as the Suwannee River. Knox teachers college-level writing and literature.
Schorb is an active river guide. The free program was hosted by the Friends
of the Taylor County Public Library. Shown above with Knox and Schorb is
Friends President James Gross.


Buckeye's net sales drop for 2nd quarter


Buckeye Technologies
Inc. announced this week
that second quarter net sales
were down $17.1 million to
$204.3 million, a drop of
8 percent compared to the
same period last year.
Shipment volume was
up 6 percent year over
year, but product mix was
unfavorable as the company
shipped about 12,000 tons
into the viscose staple fiber
market during the quarter
as a result of weak demand
in some of its high-end
markets, particularly from
the European tire cord
market.
The sale of the Merfin
Systems converting business
in the third quarter of fiscal
2012 accounted for $4.3
million of this reduction in
net sales.
Adjusted operating


Taylor County
Commissioners will once
again discuss a lengthy
amendment to the county's
comprehensive plan
Monday evening after
continuing a public hearing
held last week which drew
a number of questions from
members of the public.
The proposed amendment
would update the land
development codes while
also tweaking elements
of previous amendments
approved for Foley Timber
and Land Co. and the
proposed Sweetwater
Resort.
The Taylor County
Planning Board was
unanimous in its support
for the amendment in early
January and the commission
subsequently held a public
hearing Tuesday, Jan. 22.
Of its many elements,
most of the questions were
about a provision which
would allow package
wastewater facilities on
an interim basis when
centralized sanitary sewer
is not available within
the Sweetwater Resort


income of $36.4 million
was down $6.7 million
compared to the year ago
quarter, largely due to
unfavorable product mix, in
spite of a $6.8 million net
insurance benefit related to
the June steam drum failure
outage at Foley.
Sales were up $7.4
million or 4 percent for the
quarter over the previous
one. This was driven by
a 31 percent increase in
shipment volume from the
Foley specialty wood fibers
facility compared to a first
quarter heavily impacted by
the June steam drum failure
outage.
Adjusted operating
income was down $2.6
million as the favorable
impact from the final
insurance settlement related
to the June outage and


Community land use
category as well as those
created under Foley's
master development order
for its property.
Glenn Senter with the
Taylor Coastal Water &
Sewer District said he was
concerned about allowing
package systems inside the
coastal high-hazard area,
stating that allowing them
"along the coast is not a good
idea." Senter added that he
didn't have a problem with
the provision as it relates
to Foley's property since it
the land use categories in
question lie inland from the
coastal high-hazard area of
the coast.
Commissioner
Chairwoman Pam
Feagle suggested asking
representatives from the
North Central Florida
Regional Planning Council,
which assisted in drafting
the amendments, to come
speak to the board about the
questions raised.
The board voted
unanimously to continue the
hearing until" its Monday,
Feb. 4, meeting.


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increased shipment volume
was not enough to offset
the unfavorable product mix
impact and lower fluff pulp
prices.
Cash flow provided by'
* operating activities was
$25.0 million for the quarter.
Capital expenditures, at
$23.8 million, remained
at a high level as Buckeye
continues work on the
specialty conversion and
oxygen delignification
projects at its Foley Mill.
Free cash flow is
forecasted to improve
considerably during the next
six months as black liquor
tax credit paybacks, funding
of employee 401K plans,
bonus payouts and Foley
property tax payments are
all behind the company for
the fiscal year, and officials
expect to realize a little over


Other changes included
in the proposed amendment
include:
Allowing depiction of
commercial, residential
and industrial land uses
on the FLUM to be based
on real estate markets
rather than projected future
populations;
Including other water-
oriented commercial
uses as allowed uses in
the Sweetwater Resort
Community land-use
category and deleting the


$20 million in proceeds
from the sale of the Delta
property in February.
Chairman and Chief
Executive Officer John B.
Crowe said, "During the
quarter, we continued to
make good progress on our
Specialty Expansion and
Oxygen Delignification
Projects at our Foley
facility. Both are important
projects which will be key
contributors for revenue
growth and cost reduction,
and are expected to come
on-line in April and July
2013, respectively. We
currently expect the demand
weakness we have been
experiencing in several of
our markets to continue
into the third quarter before
starting to improve. As a
result, we expect our third
quarter adjusted earnings


requirement that marinas
obtain a comprehensive
plan amendment to modify
the development area;
Allowing the transfer of
development rights using
sending 'and receiving
areas as part of a FLUM
amendment;
Lessening density
requirements associated
with coastal villages and
coastal village centers; and
Allowing residential
uses in regional employment
centers.


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same as second quarter
earnings excluding the
insurance benefit, before
improving in the fourth
quarter. Our long-term
prospects remain positive
and we are well-positioned
to meet the challenges of a


sluggish economy and take
advantage of opportunities
that present themselves."
Buckeye's Board of
Directors this week declared
a regular quarterly cash
dividend in the amount of
$0.09 per common share
payable on March 15.


Mitchell began prison

sentence in October


ESCAPEES
Continued from page 1
K-9 group was out running
through the worst of the
worst trying to catch up
with these guys who had a
head start on them."
Mitchell, whose crimes
were committed in
Hillsborough County, had
been in prison just over
three months when he took
part in the escape. He was
initially sentenced, to a
three-year prison term for
cocaine drug offenses.
Black, of Sebastian, had
been in prison since July of
last year, serving five years
for a charge of obtaining
(or attempting to obtain)


substance by fraud and use
of illegal nets. At the time
of his arrest in March 2012,
FWC officers confiscated
monofilament fishing net
in excess of 50 square feet
with approximately 500
pounds of fish from Black
and a co-defendant.
Reports from the arrest
indicate that most of the fish
in the net were pompano, a
highly prized food fish that
can earn fishermen with
the proper commercial
sales licensing between
$2.50 and $4.50 per
pound. At that time,
Black was facing felony
misdemeanor charges; he
also had a felony warrant on
an unrelated charge.


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Huegel to speak in Perry


A-4 Perry News-Herald February 1-2, 2013


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Dr. Craig Huegel, certified wildlife biologist, will be
guest speaker for a program entitled, "The Significance
of Using Native Plants in Development Landscapes"
scheduled for Saturday, March 9, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The event, hosted by Taylor County's Master Gardeners,
will be held in the cafeteria at the Taylor Senior Citizens
Center, located at 800 West Ash St. in Perry. Doors will
open at 9:30 a.m. with the program beginning at 10. The
cost is $5 which includes refreshments and door prizes.
Huegel served as a faculty member of the University
of Florida, where he co-founded the Cooperative Urban
Wildlife Program. He is currently a professional


environmental consultant and managing ecologist with
Ecological Services Associates, LLC, and a licensed
nurseryman and manager of Hawthorn Hill Native
Wildflower and Rare Plant Nursery in Pinellas County.
Huegel is also the author of the books, "Native Plant
Landscaping for Florida Wildlife" and "Native Wildflowers
and Other Ground Covers for Florida Landscapes." Both
books will be available for sale at the end of the program.
Pre-registration and payment can be made at the Taylor
County Extension office in Forest Capital Hall, 203 Forest
Park Dr. The registration deadline is March 1. For more
information, please call the extension office at 838-3508.


Dr.Craig Huegel, certified wildlife bioloigst

Start off February

with Peanut Butter

Cookies to love...
By FLORRIE BURROUGHS
Shady Grove correspondent
Two of my granddaughters, Samantha and Rylee, came
home with me after church on Sunday and we baked Peanut
Butter Cookies.
Peanut Butter Cookies
1/2 c. sugar
/2 c. packed brown sugar
/2 c. butter, room temperature
/2 c. peanut butter
1 egg
1 4 c. flour
% t. baking soda
/2 t. baking powder
/2 t. salt
Beat the butter until creamy, about 2 minutes. Add the
sugars, beat for 2 more minutes.
Mix in the peanut butter and egg. Mix together the dry
ingredients-flour, baking soda, baking powder and salt.
Stir the dry ingredients into the sugar butter mixture. Wrap
dough in plastic and refrigerate at least 3 hours.
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Shape dough into 1-1/4
inch balls. Place about 3 inches apart on ungreased cooking
sheet. Flatten in crisscross pattern with a fork. Bake until
light brown, 9 to 10 minutes. Cool on baking sheets for a
minute, transfer to rack to completely cool. Makes about
2 dozen cookies.
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Taylor County


Veterinary
Medical Association
Dr. T. Fletcher
& Dr. M. Owens
will be conducting a DISCOUNT
VACCINATION
CLINIC
to benefit
Helping Hands of the Shelter
Saturday, Feb. 2nd
9a.m.- 12 noon .


DA2PPv
1 Year $15.00
3 Year. $20.00
Bordetella $8.00
Heartworm Test $15,00
Nail Trim $5.00
FVRCP
1 Year. $10.00,
3 Year $20.00
FEIV $12.00
1 Year -$8.00
3 Year -$12.00
Flea Control and Heartworm
Prevention is available for
purchase. Free routine
worming with vaccinations.


(free-filled lot south of building)
Two vets on site... minimal waiting.
Cats must be in carriers and dos on leashes.





The Taylor County Veterinary Medical Association has
donated more than $10,300 to Helping Hands of the Shelter






NORTH FLORIDA'S
RISING STAR
TAYLOR COUNTY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY


TCDA is updating its
industrial sites and
buildings.
Please call, send, or email
Lavonne at
103 E. Ellis St.
850-584-5627
lavonne.taylor@fairpoint.net
by February 5, 2013.


Read, read, read
Tracie Singletary, left, and Heather Hays, right, gathered students together at Taylor County
Middle School for a picture during Celebrate Literacy Week. Guest readers and special readings were
part of the school's observance, emphasizing how important it is to read, read, read.
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Dr. Ali Akbar, has been practicing medicine for 30 years. His specialty is internal
medicine.
He came to us from Shands Live Oak Medical Group where he served as medical director,
primary care physician and provided emergency room services.
He joined our staff on January 14, 2013 on a full-time basis and will be providing
services in our adult clinic and pediatric clinic.
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Perry, FL 32347
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Open, Monday Thursday until 6 p.m. for sick visits, Perry, FL 32347
call-ins and walk-ins (850) 838-2121
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A-5 Perry News-Herald February 1-2, 2013


TIDBITS: Clothes Closet will open Wednesday; remember, everything is free


By SARAH HALL
Clothes Closet
The Jerkins Clothes
Closet will open Wednesday,
Feb. 6, from 8:30 a.m. until
2 p.m. Make your plans to,
come and shop!
We thank those who
volunteer to keep our doors


open and to all of those who
make regular donations.
Remember, everything is
free.
In, bereavement
Prayers for Betty McNair
and all the other families
connected in the loss of
Betty's brother, Richard


McNair. Prayers, too, for
the families of the late
Joseph Eugene "Gene"
Peltier; the families of the
late Eugene Mango of
Cairo, Ga., the father of
Deacon Floyd Mango;
and the families of the late
Blanche McGrew.


Sessions Saturday
The Taylor County
Union will hold Christian
Education classes on
Saturday, Feb. 2, from 9
a.m. until 1 p.m. at New
Brooklyn Church on the
topic of "Effective Bible
Reading."


More prayers
Remember Walter
Bishop at home, Leila
"Tina" Rhines and Patricia
Clayton, both at Health
South, Frankye Edwards Sr.
and Juanita Scott at home.
Also, George Ford at home,


David Lee (home) surgery,
Tony Watkins, surgery,
Arilla Sterlings, Mildred
Alexander, Nadine Griffin,
Thelma Newberry, Mary
"Topsy" Jones, Frankie
Sermons and Nancy
Crowell.


Obituaries


Scott Fitzgerald
Estey
Scott Fitzgerald Estey,
32, died Jan. 29, 2013, at his
residence in Perry.
Mr. Estey was born in
Okeechobee and moved
to Perry in 2005. He was
a self-employed computer
technician and a member
of the Kingdom Hall of
Jehovah's Witnesses. Mr.
Estey served his country in
the United States Army.
He is survived by his
parents, Bill and Donna
Estey of Perry; his wife,
Tamara Estey of Perry;
his paternal grandmother,
Ethel Estey of Okeechobee;
his maternal grandfather,
Marvin Martens of
Manchester, Maine; one
step-daughter, Meadow Lee
Shores; a brother, Shane
Estey and wife Leah of
Augusta, Maine; a sister,
Sara Yates and husband T.J.
of Perry; seven nieces and
nephews.
A memorial service will
be held at the Kingdom
Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses
in Perry on Saturday, Feb. 2,
at 3 p.m.
Beggs Funeral Home
in Perry is in charge of
arrangements.

Elzie Clifford
Rogers
Elzie Clifford Rogers,
age 63, died Monday, Jan..
28, 2013, at Tallahassee
Memorial Healthcare.
A memorial service will
be 11 a.m. today, Feb. 1,
2013, at Midway Church of
God in Lee.
Mr. Rogers moved to
Perry 10 years ago from
Madison where he was
born. He worked as a logger
and loved to hunt and fish.
Survivors include: two
sons, Ed Rogers of Panacea
and Rusty Rogers (Ashley)
of Crawfordville; three
sisters, Brenda (Roy) Webb
of Lee, Helen ( Roy) Davis
of Perry, and Dorothy
(David) Davis of Quitman,
Ga., and two grandchildren,


Brooke Rogers and Jason
Rogers.
Beggs Funeral Home
in Madison is in charge of
arrangements.

Blanche Juanita
McGrew
Blanche Juanita McGrew,
49, a native of Perry, died
Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013,
at Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital.
Survivors include: her
mother, Margaret McGrew
of Perry, five sisters, Debra
McGrew, Elaine McGrew
and Tammy Pridgeon,
all of Perry, Lisa Blue of
Greenville and Tekeema
Graham of Madison; two
brothers, John McGrew Jr.
and Johnathan McGrew Sr.,
both of Perry.


Services will be held
Saturday, Feb. 2, at 11 a.m.
in Antioch Missionary
Baptist Church. Interment
will follow at Springhill
Cemetery.
Visitation will be held at
Sweet Home Missionary
Baptist Church from 4-6
p.m. today, Feb. 1.
Evans-Walker Funeral
Home is in charge of all
arrangements.

Mildred Louise
Barclay Sweet
Mildred Louise Barclay
Sweet, 81, died Jan. 30,
2013, in Tallahassee.
Funeral services will. be
2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2,
at Beggs Funeral Home
with burial following
at Evergreen Cemetery.


Visitation will be from
5-8 p.m. today (Feb. 1) at
Beggs which is in charge of
arrangements.
A member of New
Macedonia Baptist Church,
she is survived by: six
children, Betty Lou
Calloway, Suellen Rider,
Greg Herring, Eddie Sweet
(Connie), Sarah Allen
(Danny) and Shan Lastinger
(Ed); two brothers, Thomas
Barclay (Veronica) and
Cleveland Barclay; four
sisters, Grace Battle (Hall),
Joann Byington, Frances
Arnold (Sonny) and
Wanda Byington (Jr); 14
grandchildren; 18 great-
grandchildren; and one
great-great grandchild.
She was preceded in
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Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Study/Prayer Meeting
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SUNDAY SERVICES
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11 00 a.m. Morning Worship
6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training
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WEDNESDAY SERVICES
6:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Mission Activities
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Hwy, 27 584-5688


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Celebration of Life for
Verlyn T. Mason
February 9, from 4 until 6 P.M.
Steinhatchee Community Center


Verlyn I. Mason
1942-2012


Loving wife,
mother, sister
and friend to
so many.


Bring a written note of a memory
of Verlyn to share with the family.
Please no flowers or gifts.


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Sports




1 Keaton Beach

Fishing Report



Fishing should jump

back up by Sunday


BY PAT MCGRIFF
onemorecast@gtcom.net
If you can fish a plug...
you had a ball this week
if you weren't run over by
boats who just don't get it.
It will never cease to amaze
me the folks who think they
can just drive right over a fish
which is camouflaged with
spots (everywhere). Heck, he
is even named "Spotted Sea
trout" yet folks will drive
their boat right up on top of
clear, shallow water full of
trout and then wonder wlhy
they can't catch anything?
Anyway the ,fishing was
great, if you could get a way
from the crush of ignorance.
Trout were biting like crazy
when they turned on.
I had some great days and
a couple not so great. We
went from 13 trout to 3 .trout
to 18 trout and a flounder.
Some locals said they caught
and released large trout (over
20 inches) for an hour or so
over the weekend.
Fish have eaten Gulp,
as well as Assassin 5-inch
plastic in several colors
including Violet Moon,
Panhandle Moon, Goldfish


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High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High


5:02 AM
10:49 AM
5:02 PM
11:56 PM
6:05 AM
11:31 AM
5:41 PM
1:05 AM
7:29 AM
12:24 PM
6:32 PM
2:30 AM
9:15 AM
1:38 PM
7:46 PM


and Alewife. They smacked
Cordell Redfins, Renegades,
Bomber Long A's (19A)
and Bite-A-Bait fighters in
several colors.
Super shallow draft boats
did better on the incoming
tide, when they got in close
before those who covered
them up later, when the
tide filled in. Trout, reds
and flounder were caught
in creek mouths and just
inside the larger creeks to the
north. Some larger trout were
caught south with several
over 4 pounds reported again
from pluggers.
The last hour of the flood
and the first hour-and-a-
half of the fall was simply
"magic" for most folks who
can fish.
I left 66-67 degrees water
temps in the Gulf, a mile
offshore, Sunday. Simply
unheard of for late January.
The cold front, this week,
will most likely knock
them in the teeth but if the
cold doesn't drop the water
temps too much (less than
10 degrees) I would think
the trout could recover by
Sunday.


Tu5 Low 3:55 AM
5 High 10:49 AM
5 Low 3:15 PM
5 High 9:23 PM
W 6 Low 5:07 AM
6 High 11:53 AM
6 Low 4:46 PM
6 High 10:49 PM
Th7 Low 6:05 AM
7 High 12:41 PM
7 Low 5:55PM
7 High 11:55 PM
F 8 Low 6:54 AM
8 High 1:22 PM
8 Low 6:49 PM


A-6 Perry News-Herald February 1-2, 2013


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Date Opponent Place Time
2/5 Jefferson Home 6:00
2/7 Trenton Away 6:00
2/11 Madison* Away 6:00
2/12 Hamilton Home 6:00
2/14 Maclay Home 6:00
2/19 Godby* Away 6:00
2/21 Dixie Co. Home 6:00
2/26 Trenton Home 6:00
2/28 FI High* Away 6:00
3/4 Madison* Home 6:00
3/7 Bell Away 6:00
3/12 FL High* Home 6:00
3/14 Godby* Home 5
3/21 East Gadsden* Home 6:00
3/22 Jefferson Home 4:00
4/2 Hamilton Away 6:00
4/4 East Gadsden* Away 6:00
4/8 Maclay Away 4 rD0
4/9 Dixie Co. Away 6:00
4/11 Bell Home 6:00
4/15-18 District Toumament
*Denotes District Games


Weather delays boys

soccer game one day

The Taylor County High boys soccer team had its regional
quarterfinal game against Pensacola Catholic postponed,
Wednesday due to inclement weather and were slated to
play the contest on Thursday at 8 p.m. EST.
A victory over Catholic would put the Bulldogs (12-3-
2) into a regional semi-final game on the road against the
winner of Thursday's Bay-Florida High contest.

Hunter safety course slated


The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) is
offering a free hunter safety
course in Taylor County.
The course is Feb. 16 and
17 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Students must attend both
sessions to receive their
certificate.
The location for this
class will be given to those
who register in advance
by calling the regional
office at 386-758-0525 or
***'*jAaR~E^


going to MyFWC.com/
HunterSafety.


For saltwater fishing


New regulations


booklets available


By ALAN PEIRCE
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
Looking for an easy
way to get all of your
saltwater fishing regulation
information in one place?
You are in luck. The
January-June 2013 Florida
Saltwater Recreational
Fishing Regulations
booklets are on the shelf at
many of your favorite bait
and tackle stores. Pick up
your own copy today but
remember, they are only at
stores that also sell saltwater
fishing licenses.
Personally, I love the
printed regulation booklet.
Having tangible reference
materials to carry along
is a wonderful thing. But
keeping the public up-to-
date with all the seasons,
bag limits and size limits
via a printed booklet can be
challenging.
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC)
manages more than 500
saltwater species and
has five decision-making
meetings each year. Fishing
regulations can and do
change, and while these
booklets may be nice,
due to cost they cannot be
updated and redistributed
every time a new regulation
takes effect. Many anglers
believe regulations become
effective only on Jan. 1 and
July 1, when the saltwater
booklets are distributed, but
that is simply not the case.
Sometimes, important
rulemaking decisions have
not been made when we


go to print. For example,
when you get your copy
of the new booklet, take a
look at the "Closed Season"
information for Gulf gag
grouper and red snapper
(pages 12-13). While these
are two of the most important
recreational fish in the Gulf,
we were unable to include
the open season dates for
2013, as those dates have
not been determined.
What is an angler to do?
Always be sure to check
our electronic versions of
the regulations, which are
accessible on the Internet
or through our mobile
website, before hitting the
water. At MyFWC.com/
Fishing, regulatory updates
can be made at the touch of
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Gretel'are out for revenge


MOVIES OF


2012

V (PART TWO)


Last week we looked at the first half of my
Top 10 Movies of 2012. This week we will
conclude that journey with five wonderful
films which should stand the test of time
and will be looked back upon as proof of the
great work produced in 2012.
Honestly, arguments could be made for any
one of the following five films being the top
movie of the year. In fact, "Lincoln," "Life
of Pi" and "Argo" were each in that place at
one point or another as this list evolved into
its final version.
Hopefully 2013 will prove to be just as
fruitful.
5. "The Perks of
Being a Wallflower"
"The Perks of Being a Wallflower" is the
only film on this list which I did not review as I
caught it near the end
of its theatrical run.
wp f lower Adapted and directed
by Stephen Chbosky
(CBS's "Jericho")
from his own novel,
"Wallflower" is
one of the most
authentic and moving
films about life in
high school I can
Remember seeing.
Focusing on the cruelties, the friendships,
the loves, the mistakes and the successes
we all experience in high school, I can't
recommend this movie more to not only
those struggling to make it through the
school day, but everyone else who made it
out. The story focuses on Charlie (Logan
Lerman, "Percy Jackson & the Olympians:
The Lightning Thief") who is just starting
high school as he tries to get his life back in
order after an undisclosed event the previous
summer. Without friends, he does his best to
keep his head down and unnoticed, at least
until he meets Sam (Emma Watson, "Harry
Potter") and her step-brother Patrick (Ezra
Miller, "We Need to Talk About Kevin").
They draw him into their circle of friends, but
like everything else about high school, there
will be bumps along the way. Simply put, I
love everything about this movie: the story,
the acting, the directing, the soundtrack.
The film will be available on DVD and
Blu-ray on Feb. 12.
4. "Moonrise Kingdom"
Wes Anderson is one of those directors
who has such a distinctive style in the way
he makes films that
they are instantly
recognizable to
anyone familiar
j with his past efforts.
-- In 2012, he gave
us "Moonrise
Kingdom," ao
coming- -of agee
d Romance about two
young people who
l.eve -o aut- e run away from their
respective homes, sparking a search party
to canvas their small New England island
town. As usual, Anderson compiled an all-
star cast for "Moonrise Kingdom,"' coupled
with a pair of newcomers (Jared Gilman
and Kara Hayward) who add just the real
level of authenticity to their performances.
Anderson's films are almost absurd in their
surrealist approach to storytelling, which
is the basis for much of their comedy, but
while it may seem like a contradiction,
this approach ,also allows the deeper, more
emotional side of the stories to connect more
directly with the audience. Additionally,
there is a frankness at times that may take
audiences by surprise, but it's this honesty
that makes the story work so well. Like the
works of Quentin Tarantino, his films don't
seem to exist in the real world, but a slightly
different one, where everyday things don't
look quite the same and people don't talk
with the same mannerisms and cadences.
"Moonrise Kingdom" proves once again,
however, that it is a world worth visiting.
The film is available on DVD and Blu-ray.
3. "Lincoln"
"Lincoln" is a compelling political drama
from director Steven Spielberg ("Schindler's
List," "Saving Private Ryan") focusing on
President Abraham Lincoln's behind-the-
scenes efforts to ensure passage of the 13th
Amendment 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 phenomenal cast,
"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 t
number of his fellow
Republicans, set to
take office the next I
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--he will still need the
votes of some 20 of the 40 or so lame-duck
Democrats who no longer have to worry
about re-election. "Lincoln" may not be the
movie people might expect, but it is just as
compelling and tension-filled as any war
drama.
The film can seen be seen in theaters.
2. "Life of Pi"
If there was a category for the most
beautiful film of the year, director Ang Lee's
"Life of Pi" would be ..................
the runaway winner
We often discuss ;
filmmaking as an
art form, something
it indeed is. Le-'
often, however, do
we talk about film'-
as art. This film. ,4
about a young rr an '.' ._
(newcomer Surjj :-
Sharma) stranded .
at sea with only a hungry Bengal tiger as
company, is not only a magnificently told
story, but it is presented with such an eye
for visual beauty that every frame could be
enlarged and mounted on the wall. Although
several directors tried their hand at adapting
Yann Martel's best-selling novel--called by
many unfilmable--after seeing Lee's version,
it's hard to imagine that anyone else could
have done what he has. Credit must also
go to screenwriter David Magee ("Finding
Neverland'.) and cinematographer Claudio
Miranda ("The Curious Case of Benjamin
Button") for the film's ultimate success, as
well as the countless special effect geniuses
for providing the incredibly realistic CGI
animals, including the tiger, Richard Parker.
Additionally, Sharma gives one of the
best performances of the year outside and
including those nominated for an Academy
Award. "Life of Pi" is beautiful in both story
and visual presentation and wonderfully
directed, shot and acted.
The film is still in theaters.
1. "Argo"
Movies about fake movies aren't terribly
uncommon. Movies about real-life fake
movies? Not so ..
much. Set during
the 444-day Iranian
hostage crisis,
"Argo" is director
Ben Affleck's
attempt to tell the wa c i .
true story about
the hard-to-believe
plan in which a CIA
agent infiltrated the
country as a fake
movie producer to smuggle six Americans
hiding at the Canadian ambassador's house.
The mission wasn't declassified until almost
two decades later, and the story of the
movie that never was continues to fascinate.
Affleck, best known as an actor, has quickly
made a name for himself as a director and
his latest effort is definitely a piece of art,
even if he was snubbed for an Academy
Award nomination. Purposefully made to
appear as if it was filmed in 1979, there is
an authenticity to "Argo" that is hard not
to admire. Based on an in-depth "Wired"
article by Joshuah Bearman, the film follows
the various steps CIA exfiltration specialist
Tony Mendez (Affleck) must take to get the
hostages out. As I said at the beginning, I
could have defended just about any of the
top five movies being in this position, but
ultimately, there is a adventurous quality to
"Argo" that makes it, more than the other, the
film I can see myself enjoying over and over
as the years pass.
The film is still running in theaters in the
lead up to the Academy Awards.


The stories of the Brothers Grimm have
terrified and entertained adults and children
for the past 200 years and many even longer
as most were based on older legends and
fairy tales.
One of the most popular of these stories
is the tale of Hansel and Gretel, two young
children abandoned in the woods by their
parents who can no longer
feed them.
They come upon a house
made entirely of candy which. .
unfortunately, is home to a .l
witch who likes the taste of
children more than candy.
The siblings are captured
with Hansel being fattened for
dinner.
At the moment of truth,
however, the children gain
the upper hand, sending the
witch into her own oven. And
as they say, Hansel and Gretel.
lived happily ever after.
Or did they? Perhaps, they instead set on
a mission of retribution, killing any and all
witches they can find, becoming folk.heroes
among the villagers they help.
That is exactly what writer/director
Tommy Wirkola's "Hansel & Gretel:
Witch Hunters" would have us believe.
The bloody, R-rated action fantasy film is
violent, brazen and funny, but it ultimately
works because the movie spend its entire
88.-minute runtime with its tongue firmly
entrenched in its cheek.
After a quick prologue retelling the
original tale, the movie picks years later
well in the siblings' career as witch hunters.
Their latest case brings Hansel (Jeremy
Renner, "The Avengers") and Gretel
(Gemma Arterton, "Prince of Persia: The
Sands of Time") to the village Augsburg,
where they arrive just in time save a woman
named Mina (Pihla Viitala, "Must Have
Been Love") from being burned as a witch.
This doesn't make the local sheriff (Peter


Stormare, "Lockout") very happy at all,
but they are at the invitation of the mayor
to investigate the disappearances of 11
children over the past several weeks.
In addition to the angry sheriff, they must
also contend with Ben (Thomas Mann,
"It's Kind of a Funny Story"), their biggest
fan--and he has the scrapbook to prove it.
The siblings soon discover
this may be their most
Mik difficult case, with dozens of
witches--led by High Witch
Muriel (Famke Janssen,
i^ 'Taken 2")--preparing for a
| once in a generation ceremony
which may just have links
back to their own past.
I was pretty critical last
week of "The Last Stand"
and the month of January in
general, but sometimes you
just have to give credit to a
movie for delivering exactly
what you are expecting and
delivering it in spades. Sure, it's not high
art, but come on, it's call "Hansel & Gretel:
Witch Hunters."
That doesn't always work, but in this
case, Wirkola and his cast find a suitable
balance between bloody action and funny
camp.
Renner plays Hansel as the straight
man, and his dry delivery works to ground
a story fill with witches, anachronisms
and all-around craziness. Arterton, who
is developing quite an action resume with
roles in "Prince of Persia" and "Clash of the
Titans," finally gets the chance to lead the
bad guy whooping and makes the most of it.
If you're looking for a somewhat goofy
but all around bloody action movie and the
name "Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters"
doesn't scarey you away, you might have
some fun with this one.
The movie is rated R for strong fantasy
violence and gore, brief sexuality/nudity
and language.


'Movie 43' aims to offend


Those of you who watch the late night
talk shows may have seen that "The Bourne
Identity" star Matt Damon took over Jimmy
Kimmel's program for an evening last week,
continuing the faux feud
between the actor and the
host that has been building for
years.
I bring that up, because
once again, Kimmel managed
to wrangle a gaggle of A-list
actors to join in the fun. I'm
always amazed at just how
successful he is in getting -
these folks to do crazy things,
like convincing everyone from
Harrison Ford to Josh Groban
to sing a song celebrating
his "relationship" with Ben
Affleck.
Having now seen the anthology comedy
"Movie 43," I'm not sure what the
producers did to get so many actors--from
Hugh Jackman and Dennis Quaid to Kate
Winslet and Halle Berry--to agree to star in
such a collection of filth. There are laughs
to be found in the chaos, but overall, the
filmmakers sacrifice what little humor can be
mined from the scripts for sheer shock value.


We have two movies
opening in wide release this
weekend, the first of which
is "Bullet to the Head,"
featuring Sylvester Stallone
("The Expendable") as a
hitman who joins forces
with a cop (Sung Kang,
"Fast Five") after both their
partners are killed. Over the
past several years, Stallone
as successfully relaunched
his "Rambo" and "Rocky"
franchises while also
creating a new one with
"The Expendables."
Perhaps he should give his


THEATRE

JAN. 9 FEB. 3
The Hippodrome in
Gainesville presents
"Venus in Fur," the "sexiest,
funniest, most acclaimed
new Broadway play of the
season." Meet Vanda, an
unusually talented young
actress determined to land
the lead in a new play based
on the classic erotic novel,
"Venus in Furs." Vanda's
emotionally charged audition
for the gifted but demanding


There are 11 shorts in total, including
blind dates gone bad, home-school parents
ensuring their child gets the full high school
experience, a birthday surprise and much
more. These tales are linked
together with a plot device so
flimsy that the movie simply
jettisons it near the end.
This is easily the most
offensive movie I've ever seen.
For the record, it is very hard to
offend me--so I'm a bad judge
--but I can say no less than
S- three people left the theater
during its 90-minute runtime.
Truthfully, aside from the big
names in the credits, there is
^little reason to see "Movie 43,"
and even less to pay for it. With
the explosion of short humor
projects--both professional and amateur--on
Youtube, plus other sites like Funny or Die,
"Movie 43" is an attempt to bring that style
to theaters. I think this proves it's better left
for the internet.
"Movie 43" is rated R for strong pervasive
crude and sexual content including dialogue,
graphic nudity, language, some violence and
drug use.


fellow action star Arnold
some advice on making
comebacks.
The movie is rated R for
strong violence, bloody
images, language, some
nudity and brief drug use.
Just in time for the
month of love, we have the
romantic comedy edition of
the growing zombie genre
in "Warm Bodies." The
story follows R (Nicholas
Hoult, "X-Men: First
Class") as a zombie who
discovers himself changing
after meeting Julie (Teresa.


THEATRE
playwright Thomas becomes
an electrifying game of cat
and mouse that blurs the
lines between fantasy and
reality, seduction and power,
love and sex. Ticket prices
vary depending on showtime
and seat location. For more
information, visit thehipp.org
or call 352-375-4477.


JAN. 26 FEB. 3
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Palmer, "The Sorcerer's
Apprentice"). Her father
(John Malkovich, "RED")
naturally doesn't approve.
The movie is from director
Jonathan Levine, who was
behind the celebrated indy
film "50/50" in 2011. The
trailers look funny and even
(dare I say it about a zombie
movie?) cute. Zombies are
the in-thing right now, so
why shouldn't they find
some love?
The film is rated PG-13
for zombie violence and
some language.


Medieval Fair returns to
Gainesville for two weekends
filled with lords and ladies,
old-world games, jousting,
eight entertainment stages,
160 artisans, food and
more. Faire hours are 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays
and Sundays. Admission
is $14 for adults, $7 for
children (5-17) and free
for children under 5. For
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A-10 Perry News-Herald February 1-2, 2013


Auction Saturday February 9 at
6:00pm. Auction House/Madison
1693 SW Moseley Hall Rd.
(CR360) (850)-973-1444. We will
be selling a large assortment of
items including; bedding, sheets,
small, kitchen appliances, pots,
pans, power tools, grills, table
saws and lots of other items. See
us at www.auctionzip.com. 10%
buyers premium. MC, Visa,
Discover, debit cards, checks and
cash accepted. AU691 Ron Cox,
AB2490.
01/30-02/01
KS




Yard Sale. 8 a.m. until noon. Boys
clothes size 8-10, women
clothes, baby toys, household
items. 106 Judson Dr.

Yard Sale. 10 a.m until. Items 10
cents to $1, clothes $1 a bag.
Shady Grove Highway 14 West,
see signs.

Yard sale. Vacant lot at Hick's
Feed Store. Dinning room set,
tools, fishing gear and misc.

Nafee Campground, lot 28, Hwy.
19 South, 9 a.m. until. TV, VCR,
car DVD player, clothes, jewelry
and lots more.

Moving Yard -Sale. 1401 N.
Johnson Stripling Rd. 8 a.m. until
1 p.m. No early birds. Household
items, clothing, hunting items and
much more. Everything must go.

Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. until.
3498 Hwy. 19 South (Taylor
Storage Center across from Taylor
Tech.) Huge clearance sale at
Jan's Corner. Making room for
new inventory. Winter jackets,
double stroller, gas fireplace,
Spinet piano, executive desk, roll-
on walker, humidifier, rebounder,
10-foot ceiling/house jacks, solar
shower, baby items, adult double
tricycles, home security system,
small appliances, tools, electric
tricycle, high chair, double stroller,
and much more.

Huge Garage Sale. 2165 Kasper
St., 7 a.m. until noon.

4 Family Yard Sale. 1104 W. Willow
St., 8 a.m. until. .
Men's designer jeans, women's 2
piece suits and dresses for
church. Purses, new and used
shoes for adults and kids. Lots of
household items, nurse scrubs
and much more.

2 Family Yard Sale. Located at
1212 North Parkview Street. 7
a.m. until 1 p.m. Tools, kitchen
items, clothes, books,
miscellaneous and much more.

3 Family Yard Sale. 8 a.m. until
noon. Tree Capital Credit Union
parking lot. Household items,
women's, men's, juniors, girl, boy
and baby girl clothing, shoes, VHS
tapes, kids books, baby toys, way
to much to list.

Downtown Perry Yard Sale.
Saturday, 9 a.m., 121 E. Green
Street. Clothing, shoes,
household, tools, toys,
collectibles, fishing rods and reels,
good stuff, furniture and
appliances.
01/18,01/25,02/01,02/08

3 FamilyYard Sale. Saturday, 7:30
until. Corner of Highway 221 N.
and Lyman Hendry Rd (corner
with signs). Tools, glassware,
clothes, misc. More information
call 672-0372. RAIN OR SHINE
INSIDE.

Yard Sale. Saturday, 8 a.m. 1
p.m., 603 E. Main St.

2 Family Yard Sale. Saturday 8
a.m. until noon at 503 Plantation
Rd. Clothes, furniture, household
items, Keys fitness ST200 weight
machine.


Blooming Now: Japanese
Magnolias $12, Red Ruffle
Azaleas $3.50, fragrant Tea
Olive $5. Free dailies each visit!
Beautiful drive, 6 miles on S.
Puckett Rd., 2 miles on W.
Courtney Grade. Turkey Roost
Nursery 584-4329, shop local!
02/01









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For Sale. Cedar Creek 38' 5th
Wheel, 3 slide outs, very good
condition, new canopy, corain
counter tops, washer and dryer.
$16,900 call (850) 672-0536.
01/16-02/08


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


Cash for junk cars and trucks, free
removal. 7 days a week. Call (386)
658-1030 or (904) 887-8513.
01/09-02/08



















Small black and brown dog found
in Perry. Please call (850) 838-
3515.





3 bedroom, 2 bath, mobile home.
Located at 359 Millinor Rd. $600
monthly, $300 deposit, excellent
references required. Call (850)
584-7094, ask for Ms. Betty.
BC,
tfn

FOR LEASE
SHADY GROVE: 2 bedroom, 2
bath brick home. Screened porch,
fenced yard and storage building
on 3 acres with garden area. Call
(850) 838-6124, leave message.
02/01-02/27
AR

CAMP SITES: 4 full service
campsites on 3 acres. Call (850)
838-6124, leave message.
02/01-02/27
AR

Perry. Furnished professional
office, high traffic area, good off
street parking. Call (850) 838-
6124, leave message.
02/01-02/27
AR

Garage apartment for rent. 1
bedroom, 1 bath. Adults only, no
pets. $150 weekly includes
electric and water. $150 deposit
required. Call (850) 295-2593.
01/18, 01/25, 02/01, 02/08

3 bedroom, 2 bath for rent. Call
(850) 295-3653.
02/01-02/06

3 bedroom, 1 bath, for rent.
Conveniently located in town,
fenced backyard. Credit and
background checks required. Call
(850) 843-1815.
01/25 02/13

1 bedroom fully furnished trailer in
nice quiet area. Utilities and
satellite TV included. 1 adult only,
no children, no pets. $150 weekly
and $150 security. Call 843-5272
or 584-2199.
01/23-02/08

3 bedroom, 2 bath. Central heat
and air, single person or couple,
no pets, no children. $450
monthly, with first and last rent
and $500 deposit. Call (850) 584-
8786.
01/23-02/01

RENTAL HOME AT BEACH -
Spectacular views of Gulf and
marsh; 4 year old 3 BD/2 BA
home on Cedar Island canal;
unfurnished but has all
appliances, including washer and
dryer. $1,100 monthly. Beach
Realty (850) 578-2039.
01/18-02/01


Swann ;

Bail

Bonds

Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
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", 584-2757


Restaurant plus other locations for
rent in downtown Perry.
Courthouse Cafe, corner of Main
St. and Jefferson, almost fully
equipped. Call (954) 647-5057.
01/18-02/01

FOR LEASE. Immaculate 2/2,
central H/A, tastefully renovated
w/new counter tops, sinks,
furnished or unfurnished, covered
porch with private wooded view,
no water or garbage fees. Prefer 1
mature tenant but will accept 2, no
pets. $550 monthly plus damage
deposit. 584-3681.
PF,
tfn

Prevatt's Wayside Apartments
2 rentals available. 1 efficiency
and 1 one bedroom apartment,
both are fully furnished. All utilities
and cable included. Back ground
check and references required for
apartment. Call (850) 295-4985.
01/30-02/08

Furnished efficiency apartment.
$140 weekly and $300 security
deposit. Includes water, electric
and cable. Call (850) 843-1300 or
(850) 584-6256.
01/30-02/01

A beautiful house, big lot, 2
bedroom, 1 bath, dining room,
dine-in kitchen, 207 S. Hinley St.
Rent $595, deposit $595. Call Luis
(305) 970-1653.
LS,
ifn

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


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
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Rent based on income with
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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. (786) 344-
2546 Lily.
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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
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RIVERFRONT LOT FOR SALE
Want to own this part of 'The
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Priced to Sell!!!!
Located in Lafayette County,
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.75 acres for only $36,500!!!
Now Accepting Offers
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Deadlines for classified ads are Monday by 5
p.m. for the Taco Times and
5 p.m. Wednesday for the Perry News-Herald.



Small ads..,big deals!


For sale by owner. 3 bedroom, 2
bath home, partially fenced with
pond in back yard. Search
forsalebyowner.com, property
number 23933917. $160,000. Call
(850) 838-6311.
01/18,25, 02/1,8,15,22, 03/01,
8,15,22,29

FOR SALE
ACREAGE. 41 acres with 40'X80'
barn with electricity, RV sites,
fenced, paved road frontage. Call
(850) 838-6124, leave message.
02/01-02/27
AR

Private setting, close to schools
and shopping. 1996 Caviler
16x80, sitting on 1 acre, metal
roofing, wood cabinets, tile
counter tops, textured walls. Large
built-on addition with windows.
Back area has large covered
porch and patio area. 18x32 pool
with decking, well and septic tank,
two storage sheds. (Few minor
repairs are needed), Asking'
$40,000. Call (850) 278-6158, e-
mail address is
jeri32347@yahoo.com
01/18-02/08

For sale or lease to own: House in
Ocean Pond Subdivision, only few
miles from Keaton Beach, Fl.
1,568 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
stainless steel appliances, carpet
and hardwood flooring, on 2
acres. Make offer Reduced
$127,500. Call (850) 672-0536.
01/16-02/22

Land for Sale, 221 North between
Shilob 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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storage, one owner, no pets, clean
& well maintained. Cummins
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92 Chevrolet 4x4.350 motor, runs
good, nice rims and tires. Asking
$2,500. Call (850) 843-2009 or
(850) 584-9012 and leave
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See www.nfcc.edu.
01/09-02/15
NFCC

Rocky's on Hwy. 98 is now hiring.
Applicants will be required to
complete pre-employment testing
for drugs/alcohol and a brief retail
skills test. Must be available to
work all hours and weekends.
Apply on-line at
www.rockyscampground.com.
Starting rate of $9/hr. Only
serious applicants, please.
Smokers need not apply.
01/18-02/08
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Dominos. Now hiring drivers, great
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01/23-02/08


WITH HOT MIX ASPHALT
HOT OR COLD CRACK FILLING
WE USE COMMERCIAL GRADE
RUBBERIZED SEALER.
DRIVEWAYS I PARKING LOTS
PRIVATE ROADS AND MORE.
(FREE) ESTIMATES (386) 365-0492


Local company seeking person to
perform various types of heavy
cleaning jobs including but not
limited to pressure washing. Pick
up applications at 88 Ellison Frith
Rd., Perry, between the hours of 9
a.m. & 11 a.m., Monday-Friday.
J&J,
01/23-02/08

Florida Certified Teachers
Needed:
Contact Jamie Newberry,
Education Director
Twin Oaks Vocational Academy
(850) 948-1200, x281 or
jnewberry@togha.org
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J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free
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Call today 838-1280. Firewood for
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.
62201 OCA000555XXXXXX
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, A NATIONAL
BANKING ASSOCIATION, NOT IN
ITS INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY, BUT
SOLELY IN ITS CAPACITY AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE TERWIN
MORTGAGE TRUST, SERIES TMTS
2005-6HE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CAY COMMANDER; et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order or
Summary Final Judgment of
foreclosUre dated Jan. 15, 2013,
and entered in Case No,
62201 OCA000555XXXXXX of the
Circuit Court In and for Taylor
County, Florida, wherein U.S.
BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, A
NATIONAL BANKING
ASSOCIATION, NOT IN ITS
INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY, BUT
SOLELY IN ITS CAPACITY AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE TERWIN
MORTGAGE TRUST, SERIES TMTS
2005-6HE Is Plaintiff and CAY"
COMMANDER; UNKNOWN
TENANT NO,1; UNKNOWN
TENANT NO, 2; and ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
INTERESTS BYTHROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST A NAMED
DEFENDANT TO THIS ACTION, OR
HAVING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE
ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST IN
THE PROPERTY HEREIN
DESCRIBED, are Defendants, I will


sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash on the Front
Steps of the Taylor County
Courthouse, 108 N. Jefferson
Street, Perry, FL 32347 County,
Florida, 11:00 a.m. on the 16th
day of April 2013, the
following described property as
set forth in said Order or Final
Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 9, BLOCK "E", OF PARKVIEW
SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO
THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1, AT
PAGE 78, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF THE CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT OF TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
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 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.
DATED at Perry, Florida, on Jan.
16,2013.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
As Clerk, Circuit Court
By: Marti Lee DC
As Deputy Clerk
SHD Legal Group P.A.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
PO BOX 11438
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33339-1438
Telephone: (954) 564-0071
Service E-mail:
answers@shdlegalgroup.com


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA,
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.
622012CA000604XXXXXX
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WALTER JAMES GAYLORD III
A/K/A WALTER J.GAYLORD III; et
Pl,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO
CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order or
Summary Final Judgment of
foreclosure dated Jan. 15, 2013
and entered In Case No.
622012CAO00604XXXXXX of the
Circuit Court in and for
Taylor County, Florida, wherein
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. Is
Plaintiff and WALTER JAMES
GAYLORD III A/K/A WALTER J.
GAYLORD III; TERRI GAYLORD;
WALTER GAYLORD, JR.; PATRICIA
GAYLORD; UNKNOWN TENANT
NO. 1; UNKNOWN TENANT NO.2;
and ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING INTERESTS BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST A
NAMED DEFENDANT TO THIS
ACTION, OR HAVING OR
CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT,
TITLE OR INTEREST IN THE
PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED,
are Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash
on the Front Steps of the Taylor
County Courthouse, 108 N.
Jefferson Street, Perry, FL 32347
County, Florida, 11:00 a.m. on
the 19th day of Feb. 2013, the
following described property as
set forth in said Order or Final
Judgment, to-wit:
LOTS 22 AND 23, OF BLOCK 92 IN
THE STEINHATCHEE SUBDIVISION,
AS PER PLAT ON RECORD IN THE
OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT, TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PLAT BOOK I, PAGES
26-27.
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 WITIDN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE,
DATED at Perry, Florida, on Jan.
16th, 2013.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
As Clerk, Circuit Court
-By: Marti Lee DC
As Deputy Clerk
* SHD Legal Group P.A.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
PO BOX 11438
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33339-1438
Telephone: (954) 564-0071
Service E-mail:
answers@shdlegalgroup.com


NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE
BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF PERRY, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an
ordinance, which title
hereinafter appears, will be
considered for enactment by
the City Council of the City of
Perry, Florida, at a public hearing
on February 12, 2013, at 6:30
p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
matter can be heard, In the City
Council Meeting Room, City Hall,
located at 224 South Jefferson
Street, Perry, Florida. Copies of
said ordinance may be
inspected by any member of the
public at the Office of the City
Manager, City Hall, located at
224 South Jefferson Street, Perry,
Florida, during regular business
hoursOn the date, time and
place first above mentioned, all
Interested persons may appear
and be heard concerning the
ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO 922


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PERRY, FLORIDA, RELATING TO THE
REZONING OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, Z
12-07, BY THE PROPERTY OWNER
OF SAID ACREAGE; AMENDING
THE OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS OF
THE CITY OF PERRY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS;
PROVIDING FOR REZONING
FROM RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY
-2 (RSF-2) TO COMMERCIAL,
INTENSIVE (CI) OF CERTAIN LANDS
WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF
THE CITY OF PERRY, FLORIDA;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE. '
The public hearing may be
continued to one or more future
dates. Any Interested party shall


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and place of any continuation of
the public hearing shall be
announced during the public
hearing and that no further
notice concerning the matter will
be published.
All persons are advised that, If
they decide to appeal any
decision made at the public
hearing, they will need a record
of the proceedings and, for such
purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings Is made, which
record Includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the
appeal Is to be based.
Persons with disabilities
requesting reasonable
accommodations to participate
in this proceedings should
contact 352-463-3169 (Voice &


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NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE
BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF
CITY OF PERRY, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
ordinance, which title hereinafter
appears, will be considered for
enactment by the City Council
of City of Perry, Florida, at a
public hearing on February 12,
2013, at 6:30 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matter can be
heard, In the City Council
Meeting Room, City Hall, located
at 224 South Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida. Copies of said
ordinance may be Inspected by
any member of the public at the


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Office of the City Manager, City
Hall, located at 224 South
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida,
during regular business hours. On
the date, time and place first
above mentioned, all Interested
persons may appear and be
heard concerning the
ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 921
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PERRY, FLORIDA, RELATING TO AN
AMENDMENT OF TEN OR LESS
ACRES OF LAND TO THE FUTURE
LAND USE PLAN MAP OF THE
CITY OF PERRY COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN, PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION, LUPMA 12-09, BY
THE PROPERTY OWNER OF SAID
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ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS
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LAND USE CLASSIFICATION FROM
RESIDENTIAL MEDIUM DENSITY
(LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 8
DWELLING UNITS PER ACRE) TO
COMMERCIAL OF CERTAIN
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LIMITS OF THE CITY OF PERRY,
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ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
The public hearing may be
continued to one or more future
dates. Any interested party shall
be advised that the date, time
and place of any continuation of
the public hearing shall be
announced during the public
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notice concerning the matter will
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All persons are advised that, if
they decide to appeal any
decisions made at the public
hearing, they will need a record
of the proceedings and, for such
purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings Is made, which
record Includes the testimony
and evidence upon which the
appeal Is to be based.
Persons with disabilities
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4. A rubberized raincoat
7. An upper limb
10. Wonder
12. Biblical name for Syria
14. Former OSS
15. Norwegian capital
16. No. Am. Gamebird Assoc.
17. Taxis
18. Ancient Chinese weight
unit
20. Third tonsil
22. Ancient Hebrew measure =
1.5 gal.
23. Piece of clothing
25. Overrefined, effeminate
28. Housing for electronics
31. Cut grass
32. Ghana's capital
33. Prof. Inst. of Real Estate
34. Shares a predicament
39. Old World buffalo
1. Foam.
2. Tessera
3. Major ore source of lead
4. Directors
5. 9/11 Memorial architect
6. The goal space in ice hockey
7. The academic world
8. Standing roast
9. More (Spanish)
II. Gram molecule
13. Head of long hair
17. Cost, insurance and freight
(abbr.)
19. Line of poetry
21. Originated from
24. One time only
26. A civil wrong
27. Female sheep
29. Bay Area Toll Authority
30. Afrikaans
33. Hold a particular posture


40. Loads with cargo
41. What part of (abbr.)
42. Partakers
45. Expressed harsh criticism
49. Doctors' group
50. OM (var.)
52. A dead body
55. Jewish spiritual leader
57. An almost horizontal
entrance to a mine
59. Anglo-Saxon inonk (672-
736)
60. Database management
system
61. A swindle in which you
cheat
62. Arabian Gulf
63. Six (Spanish)
64. Price label
65. Black tropical American
cuckoo
66. Teletypewriter (abbr.)
34. South American Indian
35. Paying attention to
36. Wife of a maharaja
37. Mild yellow Dutch cheese
38. Central Br. province in
India
39. 4th month (abbr.)
43. Grooved carpentry joint
44. Present formally
46. Skeletal muscle
47. '-, denotes past
48. Aba H__ oneymoon
51. Young lady
53. Any of the Hindu sacred
writing
54. Where Adam and live were
placed
56. Promotional materials
57. Play a role
58. Arrived extinct


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A-12 Perry News-Herald February 1-2, 2013


NFCC welcomes


'Spencers: Theatre


of Illusion' at Van


Priest Saturday


North Florida Community
College's Artist Series
organizers are urging
audiences to "prepare to be
amazed" when they present
award-winning illusionists
Kevin and Cindy Spencer in
"Spencers: Theatre of
Illusion," a night of
illusions and high energy
entertainment, Saturday,
Feb. 2, at Van H. Priest
Auditorium.
The Spencers have
"redefined the art of illusion
and are shattering the
stereotype of the traditional
magician and assistant."
They are the only artists
in history to be named
Performing Arts Entertainers
of the Year for six
consecutive years and have
twice been named America's

North.

Fonrida







Best Entertainers.
"The Spencers have taken
the art of illusion to an
entirely new level!" said the
St. Louis Post Dispatch.
"You are guaranteed to be
mesmerized by some of the
greatest magic in the world,"
said the Taipei Times,
Taiwan.
The Spencers were
recently named International
Magicians of the Year, the
top honor given by the
International Magicians
Society, joining the ranks
of Doug Henning, Harry
Blackstone Jr., Penn &
Teller, David Copperfield
and Criss Angel.
"The Spencers performed


for the Artist Series back
in 2008 and we are very
excited to have them return
to NFCC this year," said
Kim Scarboro, coordinator
of the NFCC Artist Series
program.
"Many of our long-time
patrons are still talking about
the illusions performed in
the first show and wondering
'how did they do that.' Don't
miss Feb. 2, you will be
mystified and .amazed and
thoroughly entertained by
the Spencers."
Tickets to the Feb. 2
performance are on sale
now in the NFCC College
Advancement Office (Bldg.
32) or by calling (850) 973-
1653. More information
is available at www.nfcc.
edu/community-programs/
artist-series or by email at
ArtistSeries@nfcc.edu.
In addition to the Feb. 2
performance, the Spencers
will also be providing
outreach activities and
workshops in the community.
Kevin Spencer, who is
also an assistant professor
in the Occupational
Therapy Department of the
University of Alabama, will
be leading a free continuing
education workshop entitled
"Healing of Magic" at
NFCC on Monday, Feb. 4,
from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. for area
healthcare professionals and
students.
More information is
available at www.nfcc.edu/
healing-of-magic. Other
outreach activities will
take place at Lake Park of
Madison nursing home and
the ARC/Madison-Jefferson.
The performance and
outreach activities are funded
in part by a grant from South
Arts in partnership with the
National Endowment for the
Arts and the Florida Division
of Cultural Affairs.


Baptist Assoc. will hold

prayer seminar Monday
The Taylor Baptist Association is holding a prayer
seminar on Monday, Feb. 4, from 7-8 p.m. led by Rick
Sheppard of the Florida Baptist Convention.
"Have A Heart" and "Getting The Heart in Line With
God's Heart" will be among the topics. Please make plans
to attend.
The office is located at 610 E. Maurice Linton Ave.

Citywide Mission slated

Sunday at New Bethel


President Geraldine
Sparrow reminds everyone
that Citywide Mission will
be held this Sunday, Feb. 3,


at New Bethel Missionary
Baptist Church.
Everyone is encouraged
to attend.


Watts to speak at Lee

Worship Center revival

Evangelist Rodney Watts of Perry will be the featured
speaker for revival services at Lee Worship Center
beginning Wednesday, Feb. 6.
Services will be at 7 p.m. through Saturday, Feb. 9, and
at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 10. Senior Pastor Richard B.
Sauls and Pastor Emeritus Charles Lasseter invite everyone
to attend.


Obituaries


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death by her parents,
James Perry and Sarah
Ellen Pickles Barclay; two
husbands, Willard Herring
and Al Sweet; one brother,
James Perry Barclay;
and one sister, Bernice
Odom.
Memorial donations
may be made to Big Bend
Hospice, 1723 Mahan
Center Blvd., Tallahassee,
FL 32308-5862.

Karen Starr
Karen Starr, 53, of
Steinhatchee, died Jan. 28,
2013, in Haven Hospice in
Chiefland after an extended
illness.
The daughter of Benjamin
Sellers and Corinne
Strickland Sellers, she was a
native of Douglasville, Ga.
Survivors include her
husband, John Robert


Starr; two sons, Timothy
(Tim) John Sellers and
Peter Morgan Sellers;
two daughters, Annie Sue
Holley (all of Steinhatchee)
gnd Velvet Stephanie
Williams of Old Town; two
brothers, Gary L. Sellers,
of Whitesburg and Allen
Sellers of Steinhatchee;
three sisters, Margaret
Hunter of Carrollton, Ga.,
Iva Manley of Bremen,
Ga., and Shirley Granberg
of Panama City; and three
grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Thursday, Jan. 31, at
2 p.m. from the Chapel of
Crosby Funeral Home with
Pastor Pet Hayes officiating.
Interment followed in Rose
Hill Cemetery.
The family received
friends Thursday from 12
p.m. until the service at
Crosby Funeral Home in
Alma, Ga.


*Arbor Day at
Area schools
Local Florida Forest Service
personnel helped plant trees
at Steinhatchee School and
Perry Primary School in
recognition of Arbor Day. "With
encouragement and assistance
from Superintendent of Schools
Paul Dyal, Principals Sandy
Hendry and Pam Padgett, and
the assistance of Angie Turner
and selected students, many
new trees were installed on the
Steinhatchee School and Perry
Primary campuses:' Taylor/
Dixie County Forester Jim
Fleming said. "These plantings
will provide years of benefit and
enjoyment in the future'


FAMILY



E)I S A S T E-


TaylorCounty Emergency Ma nagemient t ill expand on the state awareness
campaign and over the next several weeks we will highlight various public
safety topics for our visitors and residents. Beginning in February on the
1st and 3rd Friday m e'll have public service announcements that will run
into the 2013 Hurricane Season, which begins June 1.


Florida Severe Weather
Awareness Week
Feb. 11-15

4 S EP T AF T


FIND OUT WHAT COULD
HAPPEN TO YOU
C' auc ii im'Ii la l at mi'rie'
r an.; n.. office- be
airi a..i! to take notes:
Ask what types of disasters are
most likely to happen, and
request information on how to
prepare for each.
SLearn about your community's
warning signals: what they sound
like and what you should do
when you hear them>
Ask about animal care after a dis-
aster. Animals may not be
allowed inside emergency shelters
due to health regulations.
Find ouu hwv to help elderly or
disabled persons, if needed,

2 CREATE A DISASTER PLAN
Meet with your family and discuss
why you need to prepare for disaster.
aEplain the dangers of fire, severe
weather and earthquakes to children.
Plan to share responsibilities and work
together as a team.
* Discuss with household members
the types of disasters that are most
'ikcly to happen. Erpl.ain what to
do in each case.
a Discuss what to do about power
outages and personal injuries.
Pick two emergency meeting
places:
* Ask an out-of-stave friend or fati-
ly member to be your 'family con-
tact." After a disaster, it's often
easiertocall long distance. Family
members should call this person
and tell them where they ame.
* Teach all family members your
contact's name and phone number
and the locations of your emer-
gency meeting places.


* Discuss what todo in an evacuation.
" Meet with your neighbors to dis-
cuss a neighborhood disaster plan,

3 COMPLETE THIS
CHECKLIST
Post emergency telephone num-
bers by phones (fire, police, ambu-
lance, etc.).
Teach children how and when to
call 911 or your local Emergency
Medical Services number for
emergency help.
Show each family member how and
when to turn off the water, gas and
delectridty at the main switches.,
Check if you have adequate insuil-
ance coverage.
Teach each itamily member how to
use the fire extinguisher (ABC type),
and show them where ia kept.
I Install smoke detectors on each
level of your home, especially near
bedrooms.
Conduct a home hazard hunt.
Stock emergency supplies and
assemble a Disaster Supplies Kit.
Take a Red Cross first aid and
CPRclass.
Determine the best escape routes
from your home. Find two ways
out of each room.
Find the safe spots in your home
for each type of disaster.

4 PRACTICE AND MAINTAIN
YOUR PLAN
SQuiz your kidsevery ixmonths so
they remember what to do.
Conduct fire and emergency evac-
uation drills.
-* Replace stored water every three
months and stored food every six.
months.


" Test and recharge your fire xin-
guisher(s) according to maMnufac-
turer's directions
STest your smoke detectors monthly
and change the batteries at least
once a year.

* Remain calm and patient. Put your
plan into action.
' --, k i..r injuries. Give first aid
and get help for seriously ,i'dIi',J
people.
* Listen to your battery-powered
radio for news aid instructions.
* Evacuate, if advised to do so.
- Wear protective clothing and
sturdy shoes.
- "ake your Disaster Supply Kit.
- Lock your home.
- Use travel routes specified by
local authorities.
* Post a note tcllin- others when you
left and where you are going.
S(Check for damage in your home.
- Use flashlights
- Do not light matches or turn on
electrical switches if you suspect
damage.
- Check for fires, fire hazards and
other household hazards.
- Sniff for .'..- leaks, starting at
the water heater. If you smell gas.
or suspect a leak, turn off the main
gas valve, open windows, and get
everyone outside j'iL. 1H.,
Shut off any other damaged

- Clean up spilled medicines,
bleaches, gasoline and other
flammable liquids immediately.
- Remember to...
- Confine or secure your pets.
- Call your family contact.
- Do not use the telephone again
unless it is a life -dI'II:.i liriIL
emergency.
- Check on your neighbors,
,.- .c... III, elderly and disabled
persons.
- Make sure you have an adequate
water supply in case services is cut
off.
- Stay away from downed power
lines.


We encourage our citizens and visitors to sign up and subscribe to receive
automatic email alerts of Emergency Alert System (EAS) messages for
severe thunderstorm, flash flood, and tornado watches and warnings in
Taylor County from the Emergency Management Department. You can
do so by completing a form at our website. As soon as these warnings
are issued by the National Weather Service the system instantly emails
and/or sends text messages to everyone within the warning area that is
registered for this service. The benefit of the automatic alerts is that
emails or text messages begin immediately which reduces the time it
takes to reach the public with the warning.

The website is

http://www.taylorcountygov.com/notifyform.htm

Emergency Management Contacts:

Dustin Hinkel, Director Steve Spradley, Coordinator
850-838-3500 x7 850-838-3575


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