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Get crabby this
weekend in
Steinhatcheel
Steinhatchee will host its
annual Fiddler Crab Festival
this weekend, starting tonight
(Friday) and continuing
through Sunday.
Activities will include a
duck race, parade, cook-off
and bike run.
Saturday events kick off
with the Fiddler Crab Parade,
which rolls out at 10 a.m.

Steinhatchee sirens
to sound today
Steinhatchee residents
are being warned that a siren
alarm will be sounded today
(Friday) at approximately
10:10 a.m. to coincide with
SSteinhatchee School's
tornado drill.
The drill will take place in
conjunction with the Florida
Emergency Management
Statewide Tornado Drill and
Florida's Severe Weather
Awareness Week which is
Feb. 11-15.

Bell to speak at
library
Retired educator Wilburn
Bell will speak at the Taylor
County Public Library on
Monday, Feb. 25, about the
book he compiled, "Sworn
and Examined: Witnesses
to Suwannee Valley
Reconstruction Violence
in Florida's Third Judicial
Circuit.'
The program will be
hosted by the Friends of the
Taylor County Public Library
and will begin at 5:30 p.m.
The event is free and open to
the public.
The library is located at
403 N. Washington St.

Library workshop
series continues
The Taylor County Public
Library adult workshop
series continues throughout
the month of February.
The remaining schedule
includes:
Feb. 16: Cake decoration:
10 a.m.;
Feb. 22: Soap making, 6
p.m.
There is a $5 cost for
the soap making and cake
decorating workshops.
Space is limited, so those
interested in a workshop are
asked to call 838-3512 to
sign up.
Additionally, a movie night
will be held Tuesday, Feb.
19, at 5 p.m. at the library,
which is located at 403 N.
Washington St.


TREA to meet
Monday at
Rosehead
The Taylor Retired
Educator's Association
(TREA) will hold its regular
meeting Monday, Feb. 18, at
Rosehead Junction, starting
at 10:30 a.m.
"Our program will be given
by our District Chairman
Leanne Karstedt. Bring an
interested friend and enjoy
lunch with us:'," members
said.



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Neighbors concerned about 'dangerous' residents


Council blocks opening of



assisted living facility here


Faced with a roomful
of concerned neighboring
property owners, the
Perry City Council voted
unanimously Tuesday
to deny a zoning request
change that would have
allowed Temple of God
Baptist Church to operate
a 12-bed assisted living
facility (ALF) at its property
located at the comer of
Sandra Street and Highway
98 West.
This is the first time
in recent memory the
council has gone against
the recommendation of
its Planning & Zoning


Board, which approved the
church's land use change
request at its Jan. 7 meeting.
Speaking on the church's
behalf, Mike Peacock said
the proposed facility would
serve seniors ages 60 and
older who "did not require
the full care that a skilled
nursing home provides."
"Our purpose is to
serve aging individuals in
a residential setting... to
divert those from entering
nursing homes who may not
need to be there," Peacock
said.
Peacock also addressed
a number of concerns


A standing-room-only crowd filled the city council meeting room Tuesday
night, Feb. 12. Many were residents of the neighborhood bordering the
Temple of God Church.


Councilwoman Venita Woodtaulk, center, expressed concerns regarding
the type of residents (i.e. those with mental health issues) who might live
at the proposed assisted living facility. Also shown are Councilman Mike
Deming, left, and City Manager Bob Brown.


School-Related Employee of the Year


expressed by individuals
in the neighborhood
surrounding the church
who were concerned what
the zoning change (from
residential intensive to
commercial intensive)
would mean for their
properties.
"We have a whole lot of
rumors going around that
it will change your taxes
and you will not be able to
fix your house," Delores
Hugger said.
"There was also a report
being circulated regarding
the type of facilities you
operate in Madison," she
said, and then read a two-
page report compiled by
Lawton "Eddie" Whiddon
and wife.


The Whiddons have
steadfastly opposed the
project, speaking out against
it at the planning and zoning
board hearing as well as
the first public reading of
the proposed ordinance last
month.
In the report, the
Whiddons alleged that one
of the residential facilities
in Madison was located
in a mobile home (double
wide) and that police had
been called to the facilities
numerous times. They also
expressed concerns that
the residents were allowed
to come and go as they
pleased and that the staff
did not have the authority
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School district honors Weaver


Steinhatchee School
ESE Teacher Assistant
Tami Weaver was in her
classroom last Wednesday
when Superintendent Paul
Dyal stepped through the
door with a bouquet of roses
in his hands.
Dyal was there to tell
Weaver, who has worked
at Steinhatchee School for
the past six years, she is
the Taylor County School
District's School-Related
Employee of the Year for
2013.
"Ms. Tami, as she was
chosen known by all the
faculty, staff and students,
is an asset to our school,"
Principal Sandy Hendry
said. "Her genuine concern
for the students of our school
is uplifting. She helps to
ensure that everyone has a
positive experience at our
school. As the principal
of Steinhatchee School, I
am always confident that
Ms. Tami cares about our
students and works diligent
to meet their needs."
"I first met Tami when


I began teaching in
Steinhatchee in 2007,"
teacher Pamela Keller
said. "At that time, Tami
was a personal assistant


for a severely disabled
young woman. I was
immediately impressed
with Tami's patience and
encouragement; however


I was most impressed with
the tender loving care she
provided this young woman.
"I greatly admired
her positive attitude in


Superintendent Paul Dyal (left) surprises Steinhatchee School ESE
Teacher Assistant Tami Weaver with the news that she is 201 3 School-
Related Employee of the Year. Weaver has worked at Steinhatchee School
for the past six years.


encouraging this young
woman to be the very best
she could be. I know it
was not always easy, but
Tami's commitment to this
young woman was both
encouraging and exemplary.
"Imagine my delight
when Tami was assigned as
an ESE aide for two students
in my kindergarten class
in August 2011," Keller
continued. "I was the envy
of the entire school to have
Tami in my classroom all
day every day. Her love and
commitment not only for
the two students assigned
to her, but for every single
child in my kindergarten
class was a blessing beyond
compare.
"Tami continually looked
for methods and means to
help her ESE students. She
celebrated each milestone
with them and she was their
biggest cheerleader."
Weaver's contributions to
her school, however, went
beyond the classroom.
-* Please see page 3


State to fund $1.4 million road project


The Taylor County
Commission has begun
advertising for proposals
for the construction of
Providence Road, a 3,800-
foot roadway north of Perry
which will connect U.S.
19 and the site of AMTEC
Less-Lethal Systems, Inc.,
(ALS) currently under
construction.
The road project is being


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funded through a $1.4
million Florida Department
of Transportation (FDOT)
Economic Development
Transportation Fund Grant
with no local match.
The commission agreed
to accept the grant in May
2012 contingent on ALS,
then known as Project
Phoenix, closing on its site,
located on U.S. 19 across


Looking Back......... A-2
Living.................. A-4
Religion............... A-6
Sports.................... A-7


from Wayside Park.
ALS announced in
August that it was relocating
its headquarters and
manufacturing operations
from Bull Shoals, Ark., to
Taylor County. The project
is expected to create 100
new jobs over five years.
In October, the
commission voted
unanimously to execute


Entertainment........ A-8
TV guide............... A-9
Classifieds........... A-12


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the grant agreement with
FDOT.
The road project being
advertised includes the
construction of a 3,800-feet
long, 24-feet wide, two-lane
collector roadway as well as
the associated U.S. 19 turn
lanes. The improvements
also include drainage
aspects, pavement markings
and signage.


Saturday


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After the commission
approved the scope of work
at its meeting last week,
county staff forwarded the
plans and specifications
to FDOT for review and
approval.
"We will proceed
concurrently with the
permitting and remaining
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Remember when...
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Editor's Note: Local
historian Henry McLeod has
compiled a collection of Taylor
County history available on a
website titled 'Taylor County
& Perry, Florida History"
(https://sites.google.com/site/
taylorcountyhistory/). His latest
addition is an extensive profile
of local churches. This week's
featured history--penned in
1986--was provided by New
Home Baptist Church.
Mr. W. 0. Williams was
a businessman in Perry for
nearly 30 years. He retired
in 1940. About two years
before his retirement, Mr.
Williams was converted. As
this fine man and his wife
began to think about their
material blessings, and to
consider how they use some
of those earthly possessions
to further the cause of
Christ, they arrived at a fine
conclusion. They would


build a 30' by 40' frame
building on the property
which they owned on Center
Street, furnish it with pews,
piano, heater, hymnbooks
and give it to the Baptists
in that area as soon as they
organized it into a regular
Missionary Baptist Church.
On Oct. 5, 1941, a New
Testament Missionary
Baptist Church was duly
organized with seven charter
members. The church was
named "New Home Baptist
Church." A pastor was
called, which was the Rev.
Edward McCollum. The
doors of the -church were
left open for a short time for
charter members, and under
the ministry of Brother
McCollum there were 28
charter members.
Through the years, the
church has worshipped
in three sanctuaries: the


original one, given by the
Williamses; the church
facing Center Street,
occupied in 1949; and the
present one facing US 27,
occupied in 1962.
Thirteen pastors have
served the church since its
beginning. During the first
25 months of her history,
three pastors served. They
were the Rev. Edward
McCollum, the Rev. A. H.
Townsend and the Rev. S. G.
Ward. The fourth pastor, the
Rev. Alva Horton, served
the church for 19 years,
until poor health forced him
to resign and take a smaller
church. The following have
served as pastors since 1963:
the Rev. Edward Harvey,
the Rev. David Pickern,
the Rev. Roy Rigdon, the
Rev. Don Sietman, the Rev.
Michael Hunt, the Rev.
Charles Houston, the Rev.


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New Home Baptist Church was originally sited on Center Street and later
moved to its present location on U.S. Highway 27 East.


A glance at the ast


FOUR BABIES
WELCOMED


Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Turner announced the birth
of their son, William Lucas,


on Jan. 30 at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital (DMH).
He weighed 6 pounds, 10.5
ounces at birth.
Michael Brenda Wilkes
was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Wilkes on Feb.
5, weighing 9 pounds,
7 ounces.
Bradley Alfred Trotter
was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Mitchell Trotter of Cornelia,
Ga., and welcomed by local
grandparents, Alfred and
Inez Cone.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Shinholser announced the
birth of their son, Kevin
Wayne, on Feb. 2 in DMH.
He weighed 7. pounds, 8
ounces.

INTERNATIONALLY
SPEAKING...
Claire and John Weed
entertained the International
Club with the Phillipine
Islands providing the theme.
Native entrees were served,
with musical selections
providing entertainment.

KIWANIANS PLAN
'PEANUT DAY'
The local Kiwanis Club
was joining forces with
members from 100 other
clubs in the state (including
large metropolitan areas) to


Bill Anderson, the Rev.
Ed Gardner and the Rev.
William H. (Bill) Jenkins.
We pay a sincere tribute
to every minister who has
pastored the New Home
Baptist Church. We also
pay a sincere tribute to the
great multitude of men and
women who have served in
any capacity whatsoever,
in furthering the cause of
Christ through this church.
Several men have been
licensed and ordained to
the ministry, as they entered
God's service from this
church. They were the Rev.
Olin C. Horton, the Rev.
William Terrell, the Rev.
Kenneth Gaskins, the Rev.
Leon Akins, the Rev. John
Dorman, the Rev. Byron
Tedder, the Rev. Jerry
Durden and the Rev. Jimmy
Moore.
New Home offers
several ministries to our
community. They are:
the bus ministry; the tape
ministry; the t.v. ministry
on Sunday morning at
8 a.m.; and the deaf ministry,
available in every service
for the hearing impaired.
In March of this year
(1986), under the leadership
of the Rev. Jenkins, the
church launched into
a building program to
construct a "Family Life
and Recreation Center" to
be used in God's'Service.
New Home Baptist
Church is truly a "Growing
Church for a Growing
People."


THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD
February 9, 1978


distribute bags of peanuts
to pedestrians at street
corners and shopping malls,
hopefully gaining donations
from the peanut recipients.
A goal of $150,000 was set
for the statewide event.

WE CALL THEM
DISCO BALLS...
Alise Robertson and
Barbara Frith were pictured
with "mirror balls" for
the Candlelight Banquet
for youth planned at First
Baptist Church.

WEDDING FAL-DE-RAH
Rhonda Lee Brown
and Randy G. Perry
were married in a Jan. 7
ceremony at the First Baptist
Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Anderson of Perry
announced the engagement
of their daughter, Geraldine
(Sug), to Gerald R. Sessions
of Perry. A March 4
wedding was planned.

WALKING TALL...
"Walking Tall," parts I
and II, were showing at
Graves Drive-In Theatre,
followed by "Walking Tall,
the Final Chapter." Special
showtimes were set for the
extravaganza.


Hello,

you're on

Swap Shop

By ANTHONY L. WHITE
anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.com


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The voice was unmistakable.
"Hello, you're on Swap Shop."
It belonged to Cathy Hagan, the former
co-owner of WPRY radio station.
In the 1980s, WPRY was one of my
favorite radio stations and a lot of it had
to do with Cathy Hagan. Even though I
never purchased or traded anything, I
never missed Swap Shop.
I didn't know Cathy personally when I
began listening to her on the radio, but I
knew her daughters, Diane and Lee Ann. I
didn't get to know Cathy until 1988 when
she hired me as a radio news reporter.
"I'm a newspaper reporter, not a radio
news reporter," I told Cathy during the
interview.
"If you can write a news story, you can
tell a news story," Cathy responded. "And,
we can teach' you how to play music."
Because I needed a job, I accepted the
position.
Cathy and her husband, Harry,
went over my schedule and gave me a
brief tutorial on spinning records and
playing commercials during the allotted
time.
"Playing music isn't that hard," I said as I
watched Cathy during her morning show.
"I can do this."
"I told you that," Cathy replied with
a smile. 'All you have to do is relax and
speak into the microphone like you're
talking to your friends."
The next day, I started working as a
radio disc jockey and a news reporter for
WPRY. My shift followed Cathy's morning
show, and since I was never a morning
person, I had to develop a morning voice
that could follow Cathy's vocal sunshine.
Cathy sat with me through the first hour
of my first show.
"How am I doing?" I asked. "Should I
try to sound a little more cheerful?"
"You're doing excellent," Cathy
responded in her early morning radio
voice. "Just relax."
My confidence increased exponentially
as I began deejaying and anchoring
newscasts. By the end of the month, I
thought I was Wolfman Jack. All of that
changed the day Cathy informed me that
she needed me to do the afternoon Swap
Shop show.
"I have to do Swap Shop?" I asked, even
though I knew the answer.
"Don't worry," Cathy told me. "It'll be
just like holding a conversation with your
friends."
When Cathy walked out of the booth
back into the office, I began practicing my
opener.
"Hello," I recited. "I'm Anthony White
and you're listening to Swap Shop."
When it was time for the show, I sat up
straight, placed one hand on the phone
and then cleared my throat. If you've ever
spoken out loud but didn't hear what you
said, then you can relate to what happened
next.
"Hello," I said into the microphone as
the opening music faded. "I'm Cathy
Hagan and you're listening to Swap
Shop."
Two seconds later the phone rang.
When I answered the phone, "Hi, you're
on Swap Shop."
"You said you were Cathy, but you don't
sound like Cathy," the caller said. "Cathy's
voice is unmistakable. I know it when I
hear it."
The caller was right. I wasn't Cathy.
WPRY listeners never had to worry
about that kind of mix-up again because
that was my first and last day hosting
Swap Shop.


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A-3 Perry News-Herald February 15-16, 2013


Honoree is a


'wonderful warrior'


for Steinhatchee


Post office meeting
Several dozens residents attended the mid-afternoon meeting held Monday to discuss the fate of
the Shady Grove Post Office. Many expressed their desire to see the facility remain open.


WEAVER
Continued from page 1
"Tami is not only a
precious asset to our
school, she is a wonderful
warrior for our school in
the community," Keller
said.
"She is a member of an
organization that provides
faithful financial support
to our school. They also
provide other resources to
us. Tami is. a wonderful
liaison between our school


and our community,
continually reaching out to
help when needed."
"If we are short-handed
on the school bus, she
volunteers to ride the bus,"
Hendry said. "If we need
help at an extracurricular
event, she volunteers to help
out.
"We always know we can
depend on her to help out
whenever needed. She does
this because she is truly
dedicated to the students of
Steinhatchee School."


Peacock: have never had


this response' to a facility


COUNCIL
Continued from page 1
to make residents take
their medication. They
also stated that Peacock
recruited residents from
area mental health facilities
and the entire business was
"all about money."
"I have never had a
facility with residents in
a trailer and have never
owned a double wide. All
of the ALFs are located in
site-built homes. Someone
has been misinformed.
Not that 'it is any of your
business, but we are funded
by elderly waivers and a
new nursing home diversion
program which just came
online. I have been doing
this for 14 years and am
one of the few people in the
entire state of Florida who
certifies, under my company
Elder Affairs, for people to
own and operate assisted
living facilities. You have
some wrong information,"
Peacock said.
"I have been doing this

County to

review bids

March 4

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Continued from page 1
administrative aspects of
the bid solicitation while
FDOT is reviewing the
plans and specifications
and incorporate any needed
revisions or modifications
required for their approval
prior to contract award,"
County Engineer Kenneth
Dudley said.
The commission will
receive bids for the project
at its March 4 meeting.


for 14 years and I have never
had this type of response,"
he noted.
Residents who asked
the council to deny the
zoning change said they
had nothing against the
Temple of God, "but we are
concerned about the type of
people who would be living
at the proposed facility."
"You are being misled.
Nothing is going to happen
to your property-you can
do what you want to do to
your property. We would
not do anything that would
hurt the community. We
would have walked away if
we even thought it would
hurt the neighborhood and
the community. Please,
stop going around and
misleading people," Pastor
Robert French said.
"Changing this zoning
will not change anything
about your property," Mayor
Daryll Gunter reiterated to
the crowd.
"The church still is and
will remain a Worship
center," French's wife,
Gayle, assured residents.
"We won't have the type
of individuals there you are
worried about."
Peacock also noted that
residents "are carefully
screened before they are
accepted into a facility.
We don't want anyone
dangerous."
Despite assurances from


Peacock, the Frenches and
members of the city council
(regarding their property
rights), the minds of many
in the audience remained
unchanged and they
re-stated their desire that the
council deny the petition.
"I am not against the
Temple of God, but my mom
stays in that neighborhood
and I don't want people like
that in there...I deal with
people with dementia, and
Alzheimer's every day and
I can't see letting someone
like that come into the
neighborhood. If this were
going to be a facility for the
elderly, I would be all for
it," Councilwoman Venita
Woodfaulk said.
Woodfaulk made a
motion to deny the zoning
request and Councilwoman
Shirlie Hampton offered a
second.
It passed unanimously
with both Gunter and
Councilman Mike Deming
in favor of Woodfaulk's
motion. (Councilman Don
Cook was not present at the
meeting.)

Habitat for Humanity
meets Feb. 21
Habitat for Humanity will
meet Thursday, Feb. 21, at
5:30 p.m., in room #208 at
the Capital City Bank building.
All interested persons are
welcome.


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TORNADOES
NATURE'S MOST VIOLENT STORM
Tornadoes in Florida can form in a variety of ways, and in all seasons. However,
Spring season toArnadoes (Februar~ -I .0 can be more powerful and deadly as they are
spawned from severe supercells along a squall line ahead of a cold front. These types
of tornadoes are also possible in the fall and winter months (October-January). While
summer season tornadoes typically occur during the day, Spring season tornadoes can
often strike in the middle of the night. Summer season tornadoes (June-September)
typically occur along strong sea breeze boundary collisions, as well as from tropical
cyclones. Wind speeds in an intense tornado are likely to rise above 200 miles an hour.
The paths of tornadoes can be very short, or they can extend for many miles. The
average tornado moves Southwest to Northeast, but tornadoes have been known to
move in any direction. Not surprisingly, tornado ground speeds range from nearly
stationary to over 50 miles per hour. Tornadoes that form over a body of water are
called waterspouts.


1 PREPARE
At home, have a family tornado plan in place, based'on the kind of dwelling you live
in and the. IN it tip. below. Know where you can take shelter in a matter of seconds,
and practice a family tornado drill at least once a year.
Have a pre-determined place to meet after a disaster. Flying debris is the greatest
danger in tornadoes; so store protective coverings ( i antr-, sleeping bags, thick
blankets,etc) in or next to your shelter space. rcady to use on a few seconds' notice.
When a tornado watch is issued, think about the drill and check to make sure all your
safety supplies are handy.
listen to NOAA Weather Radio or to commercial radio or television newscasts for
the latest information.
Tornado Watch Issued to alert the public that .. undhtrn..re' favorable for the
development of tornadoes in and close to the watch area.
Tornado Warning Issued by local NWS offices to warn the public that a tornado
has been sighted by storm spotters or has been indicated by radar.
You may also sign up for Emergency Alerts with Taylor County Emergency
...,-cn.-nil .t our website link: llp 1, 1 i ,o l ... ... :..m u, ,,i ylform .htm
Be alert to changing weather conditions. Look for approaching storms.
Dark, often greenish sky
SI.arge hail
Alar ge, dark, .a- ii. cloud (particularly if-, r I,
l- a>ud roar, similar to a frci.h2 train.
-If you see crad a, ,hi, storms or any of the danger signs, be prepared to take
shelter immediately.
2 DURING THE TORNADO
If you are in a structure (e.g. residence, small building, school, nursing home,
hospital, factory, shopping center, high-rise building):
Go to a pre-designated shelter area such as a safe room, basement, storm cellar,
or the lowest udli n level. If there is no basement, go to the center of an
interior room on the lowest level (closet, interior hallway) away from corners,
windows, doors, and outside walls. Put as many walls as possible between you
and the outside. Get under a sturdy table and use your arms to protect your head
and neck.
tn a high-rise ,li,- gg o to a small interior room or hallway on the lowest floor

Put on sturdy shoes.
Do not open windows.
h In a trailer or mobile home:
Get out immediately and go to the lowest floor of a sturdy, nearby building or a
storm shelter. Mobile homes, even if tied down, offer little protection from
tornadoes.
In tile open outdoors
Immediately get into a vehicle, buckle your seat belt and try to drive to the
closest sturdy shelter.
If your vehicle is hit by I in,- debris while you are driving, pull over and park.
Stay in the car with the seat belt on. Put your head down below the windows;
cover your head with your hands and a blanket, coat or other cushion if possible.
If you can safely get noticeably lower than the level of the roadway, leave your
car and lie in that area, covering your head with your hands.
Do not get under an overpass or bridge. You are safer in a low, flat location.
Never try to outrun a tornado in urban or congested areas in a car or truck.
Instead, leave the vehicle immediately for safe shelter.
Watch out for i '. debris. Flying debris from tornadoes causes most fatalities
and injuries.
3 AFTER THE TORNADO
Keep your family t*., i-heri and wait for emergency personnel to arrive.
Carefully render aid to those who are injured.
Stay away from power lines and puddles with wires in them: they may still be
carrying electricity!
s Watch your step to avoid broken glass, nails and other sharp objects.
Stay out of any i. damaged houses or buildings; they could collapse at any
time.
Use battery-lpwered lanterns, if ,''..l rather than candles to light homes without
electrical power. If you use candles, make sure they are in safe holders awnay from
curtains, paper, wood or other flammable items. Never leave a candle burning when
you are out of the room.
Remain calm and alert, and listen for information and instructions from emergency
crews or local oftici als.
Emergency Management Contacts:
Dustin Hinkel, Director Steve Spradley, Coordinator
850-838-3500 x7 850-838-3575
Receive Emergency Alerts with Taylor County Emergency Management at
our website link:
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A-4 Perry News-Herald February 15-16, 2013


February


American


SMonth
44114A-^' j' -^U


You can eat Valentine's Day chocolates,

but strive to make your heart healthier


By LORI WIGGINS
Extension Agent III
Do you think of candy
and desserts when you think
of Valentine's Day? Did
you enjoy an extravagant
meal on Thursday, or are
you preparing to celebrate
this weekend?
It wouldn't be a bad idea
to think of your heart this
holiday and how to keep it
healthy. Heart disease is the
leading cause of death in
the United States, with one
in three deaths from heart
disease and stroke. You can
protect yourself and your
loved ones by trying these
tips this Valentine's Day
weekend and all year long.
Choose healthy foods
Eating healthy meals and
snacks can help you avoid
heart disease and its health
complications. Try to add a
vegetable and fruit to every
meal. Review food labels
to make sure you are eating
foods low in saturated fat
and cholesterol and high in
fiber to help prevent high
blood cholesterol. Limit
eating prepared foods to
avoid too much sodium.
Limit alcohol use
Alcohol can cause


high blood pressure. It is
recommended to not exceed
one drink per day for
women or two drinks per
day for men.
Maintain a healthy
weight
Being overweight or
obese can increase your
risk for heart disease; Ask
your doctor if you are at
a healthy weight. Go to
choosemyplate.gov for
information on weight
'management.
Be active regularly
Physical activity can
help you maintain a healthy
weight and strengthen your
heart. Work toward being
active at least 30 minutes on
most days of the week.
Choose dark chocolate
Valentine's Day is often
celebrated with chocolate.
Researchers report that dark
chocolate may lower your
risk of heart disease.
The darker the chocolate,
the less fat and sugar it has
and the healthier it is for
you. Look for low-sugar
or sugar-free options when
selecting dark chocolate.
Try dark chocolate that
has at least 70% cocoa for
health benefits. Several


Garden Club meets Wed.
"Designs from Your Garden" is the theme for this
month's Perry Garden Club meeting which will be held
on Wednesday, Feb. 20, beginning with "hospitality" at
9:30 a.m. Garden club members Laura Mock and Jimmie
Bennett will demonstrate different types of arrangements
that can be made using materials from your own garden.


ingredients in cocoa beans
provide protection against
blood clots, improve
cholesterol levels and help
relax blood vessels, which
may lower blood pressure.
Moderation is key.
Limit your dark chocolate
or cocoa to one ounce per
day for heart health.
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Hearts and flowers
The Perry Woman's Club celebrated Valentine's Day on Wednesday, inviting friends from the
community for a luncheon of lasagna, salad, bread and dessert. Entertainment for the day included
ballroom dancers Doris Lepoma of Perry and Richard Hagen of Tallahassee (bottom left photo) as.
well as Eldon Sadler, a/k/a "Elvis" serenading Lindsey Moody and Jade Lilliott (bottom right). Sadler
later presented a long-stemmed red rose to President Shawna Beach. Door prizes were abundant,
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as mistress of ceremonies. The decorations on each table depicted a different country as the club
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From cover to cover, the Taco Times is full of news, sports, com-
munity events, classified and much more. Get your 50o worth
with these 25 good uses for a newspaper once you've read it:


1. Temporarily block the sun from streaming in windows.
2. Spread sheets of newspapers out and make clothing pat-
terns
3. Dampen and spread over window glass to protect it when
you paint.
4. Line and protect closet shelves and drawer bottoms
5. Place folded newspapers on the floor as a mat for wet shoes
or muddy boots.
6. Make fire logs out of old newspapers. Roll sheets of newspa-
pers up tightly in the shape of a log. Tie them tight with string
and use them in your fireplace or on a camp fire.
7. Do you still have some old 45 or other type of viqyl records?
Store them safely by placing old newspapers in between each
one.
8. Ball up half sheets and let Kitty play with them. Cats love the
crinkling noise.
9. Place balls of old newspapers inside leather shoes, purses,
and in suitcases. They help leather items keep their shape.
They also help deodorize them.
to. Use old newspapers to polish windows to a streak-free
shine. Also great for polishing chrome.
11. Your auto have a fluid leak? Place sheets underneath your
car when it's parked in the garage to protect the floor.
12. If your auto's parked outside in the winter weather, lay old
newspapers on the windshield so you don't have to clean off
ice and snow in the morning.


13. Spread out sheets of newspaper between plants in your gar-
den to keep weed growth down. Cheaper than black plastic!
14. Make mulch for your garden.
15. Bring green tomatoes in the house and wrap them in old
newspapers. Place them in a dark, cool area, and they will
ripen nicely.
16. Expecting a frost? Cover vulnerable garden plants with
tents made out of newspapers.
17. Fold them over and kneel on them when you're working in
the garden.
18. Transport fresh flowers in damp newspaper to keep them
fresh longer.
19. Buy some glue, long sticks, string, and let your kids make
kites.
20. Celebrate New Year's Eve with confetti made from old
newspapers.
21. Let the kids keep busy on a rainy day. Let them make paper
chains, hand puppets, or costumes.
22. Make a kid's birthday party fun! Use filled balloons, flour,
water, and strips of old newspapers to create a pifiata.
23. Wrap up glass and other breakables in thick sheets of
newspaper before you pack them to move.
24. Temporarily cover up a broken window until you can get it
repaired.
25. Use strips of newspaper in place of litter in your kitty's box.


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Religion


A-6 Perry News-Herald
February 15-16, 2013


TI DB ITS: Montgomery saluted for Hall of Fame


By SARAH HALL
Congratulations to our
own pastor of New Mt.
Zion Church and president
of Taylor County Union for
making the Educators Hall
of Fame for 2013. We love
ya!
Aprons and
head rags
The Taylor Senior


Citizens Center invites
everyone to their "Moment
in Black History" which is
being called, "Aprons and
Head Rags."
It will be Thursday, Feb.
21, from 10:15-11:15 a.m.
Refreshments will be served
for guests after lunch.
Coordinators are Juanita
Calloway, Eddie Mae
Jackson and Sarah Hall.


Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day should
not be the only time we
show love to those we care
for. We should show love
every day and every chance
we get. Thank God! I love
all of you in special ways.

Prayer
Our prayers for the sick


and bereaved in mind, soul
and body: Viola Woodfaulk,
Marshall Health and Rehab;
Mary Jones and Mary
Mitchell, home; the Rev.
Joseph Francis (pastor
Sweet Home); Kenny
Nixon and Earlie Williams;
the Morgan Family and
Katrena Morgan, in the loss
of her brother in Lachooee.


Obituaries


Trudy Lucille
Morris
Trudy Lucille Morris, 71,
of Greenville, died Tuesday,
Feb. 12, 2013, at Heritage
Health Care in Tallahassee.
Mrs. Morris was born
March 16, 1941, in
Soperton, Ga, to Jordan
and Minnie (McDaniel)
Foskey. She was a member
of Pleasant Grove Baptist
Church in Shady Grove. ,
She was preceded in
death by her parents; her
husband, Lloyd (Pee Wee)
Morris; and her son, James
"Gator" Morris.
Survivors include: two
granddaughters, LeAnn
Shreve of Perry and
Rebecca Morris of Eridu;
two grandsons, Zachary
Morris of Perry and
Michael Morris of Eridu;
sister, Lorene Hampton,
of Wacissa; a brother, Jack
Foskey of Tallahassee; and
one great-grandson, Cayden
* Shreve, as well as a host of
nieces and nephews.
Services will be held
today, Feb. 15, at 11 a.m., at
Joe P. Burns Funeral Home
in Perry. Interment will
follow in Pleasant Grove
Baptist Church Cemetery in
Shady Grove.
The family received
friends from 6-8 p.m. on
Thursday at- Joe P. Bums
Funeral Home which was in
charge of all arrangements.
Joe Irvin Jr.
Joseph Earl Irvin Jr., 55,
died on Tuesday, Feb. 12,
2013, at his home.
Born in Jacksonville, Mr.
Irvin was a son of Joseph
E. Irvin Sr. and Myma Loy


Carmichael Irvin of Mayo.
He was employed with
Snyder-Lance Company
in Charlotte, S.C., and was
a member of Elevation
Church.
In addition to his parents,
he is survived by his wife,
Annette Day Irvin; his son,
Taylor (Amber) Irvin of Fort
Mill; his daughter, Brooke
(Rick) Reed, of Belize; his
brother, Jimmy (Lyn) Irvin
of Mayo; his sister, Connie
(Mike) Myers of Mayo; and
eight grandchildren.
Funeral services will be
11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16,
at Greene Funeral Home's
Northwest Chapel. Burial
will follow in Philadelphia


UMC Cemetery in Fort
Mill, S.C.
The family will receive
friends from 7-8:30 p.m.
today, Feb. 15, at Greene
Funeral Home Northwest
Chapel, 2133 Ebenezer Rd,
Rock Hill, SC.
Memorials may be made
to the charity of one's
choice.

Edward Walker
McGraw III
Edward Walker McGraw
III, 33, of Perry, died
Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013,
at his residence.
Mr. McGraw was born'
Dec. 18, 1979 in Miami,


to Edward and Karren
(Ladomirak) McGraw Jr.
Mr. McGraw worked as
a pressman at Chemring
Ordnance in Taylor County.
He is survived by his
parents, who reside in Perry;
his sister, Julie McGraw
Martin, and husband
Francis, of Port St. Lucie;
a niece, Kaitlyn Martin;
a nephew, Trey Martin,
as well as several aunts,
uncles, other relatives and
many friends.
The family will receive
friends from 4-6 p.m. on
Saturday, Feb. 16, at Joe
P. Bums Funeral Home
which is in charge of all
arrangements.


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In Loving Memory of
Chaddrick Dale
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Hey Dear Ones,
Light a candle, see it glow, watch
it dance. When you feel low, think
of me, think of light, I'll always be
here, day or night. A candle flicker
out of sight, but in your heart, I still
burn bright. Think not of sadness,
that i'm not near, think of gladness
and joyous cheer. I have not left, I
am not gone, I'm here to stay my
lovely ones. So when you light a
candle and you see it glow and you
watch it dance in your heart you'll
know that I would never leave you
even when you feel so blue. I'm
sitting up here with the lord and
now watching over you.

Love,
Chad


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9:45 a.m, Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship


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


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Churches open doors for

Lenten study, meditation
St. James Episcopal Church is open at 11 a.m. every
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It will also be open at 12:15 p.m. every Friday during Lent
for the Stations of the Cross devotional.
The public is invited. The church is located at 1100 West
Green Street.
At the First Presbyterian Church, a devotional time
and lunch will mark the Wednesdays of the Lenten season.
Beginning Feb. 20, Pastor Larry D. Neal will lead a
30-minute devotional at noon followed by a simple lunch
of soup and bread.
The devotion will be repeated at 7 p.m. through March
20, following Family Night Supper at the church at 5:45
p.m. For additional information, please contact the church
office at 584-3826.

St. Johns Christian Feliowship
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 am. Study/Prayer Meeting
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Who walked through heaven's gates
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We thought of you today, but that
is nothing new. We thought of you
yesterday, and will tomorrow, too.
We think ofyou in silence and may no
words show for what it means to lose
you, only those who love you know.
Remembering you. is easy, we do it
everyday. It's the heartache of losing
you that will never go away.
We love and miss you dearly, Mother.
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Westside Baptist Church
Located on Highway 98 West
For more information, call 584-4349


In Memory of our uncle
Nathaniel Britt
July 9, 1945 Feb. 15, 2012

Among the great and glorious gifts our
heavenly father sends, is an uncle like you
who was better than our best friend.
You were our hidden treasure and you meant
so much to us. You reminded us so much of
our daddy "Gus".
So from Michelle, Robert and Brenda, we
love and miss you so much, we know Aunt
Jamie, Patricia and Sandra. We will always
stay in touch.
Eutjust to think of you and the memories
you left behind. You will always be in our
thoughts because you were one of a kind.
You will never be forgotten, we will always
think of you. Dutfor us to see you and daddy
then we know what we have to do.
Our burdens are heavy from the cares in
this thing they call life. We wish you were
still here uncle so we could talk about our
troubles and strife.
Gone but not forgotten, rest in peace.
Love you, Teresa, Robert & Brenda


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Sports


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A-7 Perry News-Herald February 15-16, 2013


Dahlonega, Ga., had his 5
trout with one 21 inches
long fishing with Gulp
under a Cailn 'Thunder


that I was in Perry, Ga., for in 3 to 4 feet of water '
the weekend at the Great Monday. '".' .
Outdoors Show. Plus, I heard rumors of ____ ...
The only report I have some nice fish coming from
is from Jerry Cawthon at down south on Paul Brown Aucilla basketball MVPs
Keaton Beach Marina who specials. The Aucilla Middle School girls basketball team recently celebrated a
said Cameron Hutto of Good Fishing! 1 2-1 season. Pictured left to right are Coach James Burkett, Dena Bishop
Game fish decision tabled MostValuableDefensive), Cali Burkett (MVP) and Ramsey Sullivan (Most
Game fish decision tabled Valuable Offensive).
The Florida Fish, and staff to bring the draft
Wildlife Conservation proposal to the FWC'sbaseball team falls to
Cm icn (FWC bl hd Anril i mrmRin mptinc CS b s b l e m f ls t


UomiUssion( w.) ta oe
a decision to create official
saltwater game fish and
sport fish designations
Wednesday, Feb. 13, at its
meeting in Orlando and
directed staff to, develop
catch-and-release provisions
for bonefish and tarpon.
The commission directed


rApi commission meei ng
in Tallahassee and gather
public input on the issue
before the meeting.
Reports had initially
included redfish and
speckled trout for possible
listing which could have
led to reduced or eliminated
daily bag limits.


State grouper season set

for April 1 to June 30 here


The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) set
the 2013 recreational gag
grouper season for Gulf of
Mexico state waters at its
meeting Feb. 13 in Orlando.
The season in most state
waters is slated to start July
1 and end Dec. 3.
State waters off the
coast of Taylor, Jefferson,


Wakulla and Franklin
counties, including waters
of the Steinhatchee River,
Apalachicola Bay and
Indian Pass, will have a
gag grouper open season
of April 1 through June 30.
This four-county region will
not be open during the July
1 through Dec. 3 season.
,,,, Please see page 10


Lake City in season opener


By AUSTIN LAGO
The Taylor County
Middle School baseball team
dropped its season opener
Tuesday to Lake City Middle
School by a score of 4-1.
Zachary Fike started on the
mound for the Bulldogs and
pitched an outstanding game,
giving up 4 unearned runs
on 1 hit, striking out 5 and
walking 3. Caleb Wentworth
came on in relief, pitching
the last inning holding the
visitors to no runs, no hits
and one base on balls.
Offensively the local
squad was led at the plate by
Willie Elder, 1-3, including
a hard-hit triple into left-
center field which led to the
Bulldogs only run. Others
contributing offensively


included Mikey Hammock
1-3 and Wentworth 1-3.
Defensively the Bulldogs
exhibited some first' game
jitters allowing the visitors
to reach base on 4 errors
and allowing all 4 runs to
be unearned. There were,
however, some outstanding
defensive plays including
an acrobatic diving catch in
centerfield by Elder which
began an inning ending
double-play and a great play
at third by Wentworth which
also resulted in a double-
play.
This year's team is
comprised of a lot of new
faces for the Bulldogs.
Every starter on the field
with the exception of Zach
Fike was making his first


FWC to finalize dates in April

44-day snapper season?


.The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC)
proposed a 44-day
recreational red snapper
season for Gulf of Mexico
state waters at its meeting
Feb. 13 in Orlando.
This season would start
June 1 and end July 14. The
proposed 2013 season is
inconsistent with the current
proposed federal season,


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which is currently expected
to be about 27 days but may
be shortened once state
seasons in all Gulf state
waters are finalized.
The .Commission will
make a final decision on
this season at the April
Commission meeting in
Tallahassee.
While the federal limit
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Bulldogs were LaDarian
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scored) and Gavin Lewis
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the mound pitching five
innings while allowing one
unearned run, four hits and
one strikeout.
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efficient game, going 5
innings on only 49 pitches,"
TCHS Coach Reggie
Wentworth said.
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on in relief in the sixth
inning to earn the win.
"Overall, I felt like we
played very solid against
a good Aucilla team. We
played good on defense,
committing only one error,"
the coach said.
Taylor County was
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II on Thursday before
entertaining Thomasville
on Tuesday beginning at
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A-8 Perry News-Herald
February 15-16, 2013


Who will win an Oscar?


It's February again and for the seventh year
in a row, I am about to set out on a journey to
predict the Academy Awards.
The past year was a wonderful one when
it- came to films, with many deserving
productions and even more deserving
performances filling the silver screen month
after month.
The 84th annual Academy Awards will be
held Sunday, Feb. 24, airing live on ABC.
Thanks to the plethora of quality films
from 2012, predicting the winners this year
is all that more difficult. The past three years
I have done pretty well, finishing 13-8, 14-7
and 15-6. If I reach those marks again, I'll
be happy.
There's quite a bit of intrigue in the upper
awards with Ben Affleck's "Argo" picking
up tons of momentum even though he was
not nominated for Best Director, but we'll get
into that next week. For now, let's look at the
first 12 of the 21, categories I'll be picking
(along with the three I won't).
As usual, I am refraining from picking
the three short categories--Best Short
Film Live Action; Best Short Film -
Animated; Best Documentary Short
Subject--because I have only seen one of the
combined 15 nominees (Disney's wonderful
"Paperman"). Like short stories, short films
can have all of the emotion and power of
their longer cousins, but general audiences
rarely' get the chance to view them. That's
been changing with the internet, but you still
have to seek them out. If you are interested in
seeing this year's nominees as a group, you'll
have a chance this weekend at the All Saints
Cinema, located at 918 Railroad Ave. in
Tallahassee. The Tallahassee Film Society
is showing the live action shorts Friday,
Feb. 15, at 8 p.m. and Saturday, Feb. 16, at
7 p.m. The animated shorts will air Friday,
Feb. 15, at 6 p.m. and Saturday, Feb. 16, at 5
p.m. The documentary shorts will be shown
Sunday, Feb. 17, at 2 p.m. Tickets for any of
the showings are $8. For more information,
visit www.tallahasseefilms.com.
In the Best Documentary Feature
category, we have five nominees: "5 Broken
Cameras," a Palestinian farmer's chronicle
of his resistance to the Israeli army; "The
Gatekeepers," featuring interviews with
former heads of the Israeli security agency
Shin Bet; "How to Survive a Plague," which
spotlights two coalitions--ACT UP and
TAG--who worked to turn AIDS into a
manageable condition; "The Invisible War,"
an investigation into the rape of soldiers
within the U.S. military; and "Searching
for Sugar Man," which follows two South
Africans as they set out to discover what
happened-to the mysterious 1970s rock 'n'
roller, Rodriguez. Although featuring the
seemingly least weighty subject of the five,
"Search for Sugar Man" has been sweeping
the awards this season, including the
directors and producers guilds as well as the
British Academy of Film and Television Arts
(BAFTA) awards. The academy has changed
the rules for voting in the documentary
category, allowing more voters to have their
say, but if anything, it will help the Oscars
continue the trend with "Sugar Man" being
found when they open the envelope.
There'p a much closer race in the Best
Animated Feature Film category, with
"Brave," "Frankenweenie," "ParaNorman,"
"The Pirates! Band of Misfits" and "Wreck-
It Ralph" up for the prize. My favorite
animated movie of 2012 was "ParaNorman,"
but the stop-motion film has been left empty-
handed so far. Disney's "Wreck-It Ralph"
and Pixar's "Brave" have been splitting the
awards, with the former sweeping the Annies
and the former taking the Golden Globes
and the BAFTA. Traditionally, Dreamworks
(which is not represented this year) or another
studio cleans up at the Annies and then Pixar
swoops in for the Oscar, most often being
the more deserving. While "Brave" is no
"Cars 2," it's still not up to the studio's usual
standards and between the two, I'm going to
have to pick "Wreck-It Ralph" for the win,
although I think "ParaNorman" deserves it.
In the Best Foreign Language Film
category, we have "Amour" from Austria,
"War Witch" from Canada, "No" from Chile,
"A Royal Affair" from Denmark and "Kon-
Tiki" Norway. As the academy has done
occasionally in the past in both this and the
animated category, it has tipped its hand
by including "Amour" in the Best Picture
nominees. In fact, a foreign film has never
been up for Best Picture and not won in this
category, so "Amour" for the win.
The Best Achievement in Visual Effects
category is one of the few where you get
many of the big summer blockbusters
competing for a golden statue. This year,
the nominees are "The Avengers," "The
Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," "Life
of Pi," "Prometheus" and "Snow White
and the Huntsman." Both "Avengers" and
"Prometheus" had great effects, but Ang
Lee's "Life of Pi" was one of the most


beautiful films I've seen in years, assisted by
the animal and water effects, which I believe
will let it sail on to victory.
The sound categories are always difficult
to pick, and since there tends to be a good
bit of crossover between the two groups
of nominees, I usually -go with the same
film for both. This year, in the Best Sound
Editing category, we have "Argo," "Django
Unchained," "Life of Pi," "Skyfall" and
"Zero Dark Thirty." Last year, both sound
Oscars went to "Hugo," and, in fact, five of
the past seven years have seen one film take
home editing and mixing. Still, I'm sorely
tempted to split my picks this year, for reasons
I'll explain in the next category. Here, my gut
says to go with the film which used sound to
create a fully-realized experience, and that is
"Life of Pi."
In Best Sound Mixing, "Argo," "Life
of Pi" and "Skyfall" Mre this year's double
nominees joined by "Les Mis6rables" and
"Lincoln." If there was one film which relied
more than any other on its sound mixing, it
would be "Les Mis6rables." Director Tom
Hooper's decision to film his actors singing
live has divided audiences and critics (I liked
it), but it's notable that one of the two times
the Academy split the sound awards in the
past seven years, mixing went to a musical
("Dreamgirls"). So while I had "Life of Pi"
penciled in here, I'm making a last minute
change and going with "Les Mis6rables."
After a voting quirk left us with only two
nominees last year for Best Achievement
in Music Written for Motion Pictures -
Original Song, this time around we have a
full complement of five, including "Before
My Time" from "Chasing Ice," "Suddenly"
from "Les Mis6rables," "Pi's Lullaby" from
"Life of Pi," "Skyfall" from the Bond film
"Skyfall" and "Everybody Needs a Best
Friend" from "Ted." On paper, "Suddenly"
would have the edge due to its inclusion
in a musical, but the song written for the
film adaptation in order for it to be eligible
for an Oscar has not met with much love.
Amazingly, with so many iconic Bond songs
from the past five decades, not one has
won an Academy Award. Between the 50th
anniversary celebration of the franchise and
the star power of pop singer Adele, that is
going to change.
Perhaps the second hardest category to
pick this year is Best Achievement in Music
Written for Motion Pictures Original
Score, which features Dario Marianelli for
"Anna Karenina," Alexandre Desplat for
"Argo," Mychael Danna for "Life of Pi,"
John Williams for "Lincoln" and' Thomas
Newman for "Skyfall." I've see all but
"Anna Karenina," and none have really stuck
with me like previous winning scores such
as "The Artist," "The Social Network" and
"Up." With 48 total nominations, Williams
is second all-time behind only Walt Disney;
he also has five wins. On the other end of
the spectrum, this is the first nomination for
Danna. My first guess would be Danna, but
Newman may just get a boost from the Bond
momentum and give him his first win after
11 total nominations. In the end, I'm going
with Newman.
Up next we have Best Achievement in
Makeup and Hairstyling, with "Hitchcock,"
"The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" and
"Les Mis6rables." Here we have, in order,
the transformative, the fantastical and the
practical. "The Hobbit" may be hobbled by
the fact that it is just one third of a movie, but
it's hard to deny the quality of the work, so
the Middle Earth crowd should get the award.
If Best Score is the second hardest
pick this year, then Best Achievement
in Costume Design is by far the most
difficult. The nominees this year are "Anna
Karenina," "Les Mis6rables," "Lincoln,"
"Mirror Mirror" and "Snow White and the
Huntsman." Typically I go with the period
movie. This year, however, we have five
period films, including two Snow White
adaptations. Royal movies do well, which
leads me to "Anna Karenina," which picked
up the BAFTA. Still, "Mirror Mirror" had
some beautiful and unusual costumes, and
Eiko Ishioka, who won the 1993 Academy
Award for her work in "Dracula" died last
year. "Mirror Mirror" was somewhat of a
mess otherwise, but that didn't stop "The
Wolfman" from picking up a makeup Oscar
a few years ago. So, I guess I'll go with
"Mirror Mirror" (another last minute change
from "Anna Karenina").
The last category we're going to look at this
week is "Best Achievement in Production
Design," which features "Anna Karenina,"
"The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," "Les
Mis6rables," "Life of Pi" and "Lincoln." The
the film with the most dynamic and varied
sets would have to be "Les Mis6rables,"
whose buildings and cobbled streets often
become as much characters as the actors
themselves. So I have the musical winning
here. (Check back next week for the rest of
my picks.)


Harsh, wonderful, lovely



story in'Southern Wild'

In this day and age, just about everything a studio. The truly independent projects are
we get, from food to entertainment, rare. And even rarer are the opportunities to
comes pre-packaged and fully cooked for see them.
cheap, quick enjoyment. There's nothing Every year .when the Academy Awards
inherently wrong with cheap, announce the nominees for
quick entertainment, but there Best Picture, there are a few
are times when you want films which are met by a
something different. "Who?" reaction from most
When it comes to television, audiences This year we had
there are few shows more pre- two. the foreign film "Amour"
packaged and fully cooked and the wonderfully crafted
than "American Idol,".yet it Beasts of the Southern
continues to trudge along after Wild," from first-time director
more than a decade because it Benh Zeitlin.
presents the idea (more likely "Be.sts"' mixes harsh reality
the illusion) that we are going ', ,. ith imaginative fantasy to
to see something new: the t- 'ell a story set in a land that
pawnshop clerk who becomes .il' ma. not be far away but feels
the guy whose song plays as foreign as a distant country,
during the Olympics. all framed through the eyes of
When it comes to movies, it's rare to find one little girl. I can't say for certain what you
even a so-called independent project that .'. Please see page 10
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FEB. 21 MARCH 10
Tallahassee Little Theatre
presents "God of Carnage,"
written byYazmina Reza and
directed by Anthony Mowad.
In this comedy of manners,
two sets of parents meet
to discuss a fight between
their children. One of the
boys hits the other with a
stick, knocking out his two
front teeth. As the meeting
goes on, the polite facade
of manners dissolves as the
adults become increasingly
childish and civility turns
into chaos. Tickets go on
sale for the general public
the Monday of the week
before the show opens and
are priced as follows: $20
for adults, $15 for seniors
and government employees
and $10 for students. Tickets
can be purchased by calling
850-224-8474 or online at
tallahasseelittletheatre.org.
FEB. 22 MARCH 3
The School of Theatre
at Florida State presents
Duncan Sheik and Steven
Sater's intoxicating musical
"Spring Awakening," directed
by the Head of the MFA
Directing Program Fred
Chappell, at Fallon Theatre,
located on the corner of Call
and Copeland streets in
Tallahassee. This eight-time
Tony Award-winning rock
musical is an adaptation
of the controversial 1891
German play by Frank
Wedekind. Audiences are
taken on a whirlwind of a
journey that explores the
world of teenage sexuality
and how it can lead to love
and demise when left in the
dark. "Spring Awakening"
contains adult themes, adult
language and nudity, and is
recommended for those ages


It's Valentine's Day
weekend, so that means we
have love and romance at
the movies this weekend,
along with witches, aliens
and Bruce Willis for good
measure.
Up first is "Beautiful
Creatures," based on the
young adult fantasy series
about Lena (Alice Englert,
"Ginger & Rosa"), a young
to-be-witch will either
be claimed by the side of
good or evil upon her 16th
birthday. When she falls for
Ethan (Alden Ehrenreich,
"Stoker"), both of their lives
are put in danger as both
sides fight for her power.
Writer/director Richard
LaGravenese ("Water for
Elephants") has assembled a
solid supporting cast which
includes Viola Davis ("The
Help"), Jeremy Irons ("The
Man in the Iron Mask") and
Emma Thompson ("Nanny
McPhee"). Warner Bros.
is obviously looking for
the next "Twilight," but
only time will tell whether
they've found it.
The film is rated PG-13
for violence, scary images


THEATRE
16+. Showtimes are Feb.
22-23, 27-28 and March 1-2
at 8 p.m. and Feb. 24 and
March 3 at 2 p.m. Tickets are
$20 for adults, $18 for seniors
and $10 for students. Tickets
can be purchased by calling
850-644-6500 or online at
tickets.fsu.edu. For more
information, visit theatre.fsu.
edu.
FEB. 20 MARCH 17
The Hippodrome continues
its 2012-13 season with "King
'0 The Moon." It's 1968 in
Buffalo, NY and the Pazinski
family gathers to honor their
late father's memory. They
quickly become entangled in
each others' problems--Rudy
is rethinking the priesthood,
Eddie is preparing for
fatherhood and Vietnam,
Annie is contemplating
divorce, as their mother
Ellen considers a new
romance. There's rarely a
quiet moment in the Pazinski
household as they hurtle
towards the next decade. In
this hilarious, heartfelt sequel
to "Over the Tavern," the
Pazinski family has left the
conservative 1950s for the
rebellious 1960s, but prior
knowledge of the family is not
a prerequisite.
FEB. 22 MARCH 3
The Quincy Music Theatre
presents Rodgers and
Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!"
In the Oklahoma territory at
the turn of the 20th century,
two young cowboys vie with
an evil ranch hand and a
traveling peddler for the
hearts of the women they
love. Tickets are $18 for
adults and $15 for seniors,
students and military, and
can be purchased online at
qmt.org or by calling 850-
875-9444.


and some sexual material.
"Escape from Planet
Earth" is an animated film
about an intrepid duo of
space protectors who meet
their match when they travel
to the dangerous planet
of Earth after receiving a
distress message. Captured
by the government, they
must join forces with the
other captives in Area
51 to make their escape.
The plot seems to be a
combination of "Planet 51"
and "Monsters vs. Aliens,"
and based on the trailers, it
doesn't seem to improve on
either. Still, there has been
a lack of family-oriented
films of late, so this one has
a chance to take off.
The movie is rated PG for
action and some mild rude
humor.
John McClane is back
for another action-packed
outing in "A Good Day to
Die Hard," the fifth film in
the franchise starring Bruce
Willis. This time around,
John heads to Russia to find
his son Jack (Jai Courtney,
"Jack Reacher") only to
discover he's a CIA agent


FEB. 15-17
The 2013 Steinhatchee
Fiddler Crab Festival along
the Steinhatchee River
includes arts and crafts
vendors, a photo contest,
a boot art contest, parade,
poker run (for motorcycles,
vehicles, pedestrians,
bicyclists and more), huge
raffle prizes, river tours, the
"Crab 500,"' entertainment on
Friday and Saturday nights,
and more. To register for the
homestyle "Swampwater"
Cookoff, call the
Steinhatchee River Chamber
at 352-356-1086 or pick up
an application at the Perry-
Taylor County Chamber. For
more information, visit www.
steinhatcheeriverchamber.
org.


FEB. 19
The Tallahassee-Leon County
Civic Center presents "Elvis
Lives," a multi-media and live
musical journey across Elvis'
life featuring finalists from
Elvis Presley Enterprises'
worldwide Ultimate Elvis
Tribute Artist Contest. The
concert begins at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $42.75-$63.50,
and can be purchased online
at www.ticketmaster.com or
by calling 800-322-3602.
FEB. 21
The Zac Brown Band, which
won the 2013 Grammy for
Best Country Album for
"Uncaged," will perform live at
the Tallahassee-Leon County
Civic Center at 7 p.m. with
special guests Blackberry
Smoke and Levi Lowrey.
Tickets are $52.50-$79, and
can be purchased online at
www.ticketmaster.com or by
calling 800-322-3602.


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tracking down stolen
nuclear weapons. Together,
they will have to save the
day or a lot of people are
going to die...hard. After
toning down for a PG-13
rating in "Live Free or
Die Hard," the franchise is
back at full speed for this
installment.
The film is rated R for
violence and language.
"Safe Haven" rounds
out the weekend, the latest
adaptation of a Nicholas
Sparks novel, this time
about a woman (Julianne
Hough, "Rock of Ages")
with a secret past who
arrives in a small coastal
town and finds a connection
with a lonely widower (Josh
Duhamel, "Transformers").
When her past comes back
to haunt her, however,
everyone may pay the price.
This is not the first Sparks
adaptation for director
Lasse Hallstr6m, who also
helmed "Dear John."
The movie is rated PG-
13 for thematic material
involving threatening
behavior, and for violence
and sexuality.


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'Beasts' shows the world


through the eyes of a child


SOUTHERN WILD
Continued from page 8
will feel when this strange and delightful
film is over, but I can guarantee you will be
feeling something, which is more than I can
say for a lot of the more expensive and more
polished movies out there.
The story follows Hushpuppy (newcomer
Quvenzhand Wallis), who lives with her
father Wink (newcomer Dwight Henry) in
the Bathtub, an impoverished coastal area
outside the levies of New Orleans. In a
world where most would struggle to survive,
Wink and the rest of the eclectic group of
characters who reside in the Bathtub manage
to live through a combination of self-
imposed naivety and alcohol consumption.
Wink is hard on Hushpuppy, but it is a hard
place where they live.
After hearing about both the ancient man-
eating aurochs in her makeshift school and
the threat of melting ice caps and rising
seas, little Hushpuppy creates the idea that
an approaching hurricane is the work of the
aurochs returning to reclaim the land.
With their land flooded and the Bathtub's
survivors grouping together in a floating
bar, they will have to contend with polluted
water, dwindling supplies and the well-
intentioned but entirely unwanted help of
outside rescuers.All the while, Hushpuppy's,
aurochs are coming ever closer to devouring
everything the hurricane left behind.
What makes "Beasts" so intriguing is
the fact that we witness this harsh world


through Hushpuppy's point of view. She
sees all but truly understands little, molding
her perception of the world, life, death,
the future and the past through the lens of
her comprehension of what she sees and
hears.
In that way, it is similar to director Terry
Gilliam's "Tideland," which took the
concept in a much darker and more macabre
direction. What we get here, is the ability to
watch events and actions that we might find
wrong-minded or even stupid without the
film itself judging them. Hushpuppy only
knows the Bathtub and the people in it, and
while by comparison it offers little hope for
her future, she and her friends are mostly
happy.
Ultimately, the film doesn't want you to
judge its characters. It also doesn't ask you
agree with them. It only wants you to know
that they were there. As Hushpuppy says,
"When I die, the scientists of the future,
they're gonna find it all. They gonna know,
once there was a Hushpuppy, and she lived
with her daddy in the Bathtub."
Well, we know there was a Hushpuppy
and Wink, thanks to remarkable first-time
performances, the former of which helped
Wallis become the youngest ever Best
Actress nominee. There is a story to be told
in the Bathtub, and thankfully, "Beasts of
the Southern Wild" was there to tell it.
The film is rated PG-13 for thematic
material including child imperilment, some
disturbing images, language and brief
sensuality.


GROUPER
Continued from page 7
The commission selected
the April-to-June season for
the four-county region to
allow fishing opportunities
for private recreational
anglers in this area when gag
grouper are closer to shore
and can be safely accessed
by smaller boats, FWC
officials said. Because it is
the least densely populated

Proposed


FWC: April-June season

allows fishing closer to

shore in smaller boats


region of Florida's Gulf
Coast, fishing effort for gag
grouper is relatively low in
these counties. By replacing
the July 1-through-Dec. 3
season with a shorter but
more desirable season in the
Big. Bend, the commission
said it hopes to balance the
economic and social needs
of this region with the
conservation needs of gag
grouper.
Monroe County is
excluded from the Gulf of
Mexico season because it
is included in the Atlantic
season for gag grouper.


The selected seasons will
offer Florida anglers the
most number of gag grouper
fishing days while still
contributing to the current
rebuilding plan, FWC
officials said. The federal
season has not yet been
finalized but is expected
to start July 1 and end
sometime in late November
or early December.
Learn more about
gag grouper by visiting
MyFWC.com/Fishing and
clicking on "Saltwater,"
"Recreational Regulations"
and "Gulf Grouper."


snapper season not


consistent with federal dates
SNAPPER After listening to public their preference is to have a
Continued from page 7 comment, the commission longer season.
chose to go "inconsistent" The commission also
for how many pounds of based on reports that gave direction to FWC staff
red snapper can be caught the upcoming federal to look further into other
has increased, the season stock assessment would long-term management
length has gotten shorter likely show red snapper options for red snapper.
because of more fishing populations are doing better For more on the proposal
effort and larger fish, than previously thought and that was given to the
according to federal fishery reports from anglers that Commission, visit MyFWC.
managers, the fishery is improving and comrn/Commission.


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5 p.m. Wednesday for the Perry News-Herald.



Small ads...big deals!


Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. until,
3498 Hwy. 19 South (Taylor
Storage Center across from Taylor
Tech). Lots of new inventory at
Jan's Corner. Gifts for men:
collectible knives and new tools.
More furniture, table and 4 chairs,
overstuffed chair, vintage round
occasional table, coffee table,
work bench, gas fireplace,
executive desk, roll-on walker,
baby items and clothes, double
tricycles, home security system,
small appliances, electric tricycle,
sleeper sofa, TV, pack-n-play and
much more.

Yard Sale. Saturday, 8 a.m. until,
4538 Woods Creek Rd. Lot's of
everything.
02/13-02/15

Garage Sale. Saturday, 9 a.m.
until 1 p.m., 3520 Johnson
Stripling Rd. Dell laptop computer,
Nikon D5100 professional digital
camera, Ipad tablet, exercise
equipment, women's plus size
clothes and misc. items.
02/13-02/15
Yard Sale. Friday and Saturday,
504 Judson Dr., Quail Point. Big
variety of nice items and clothes.
02/13-02/15

EVERYTHING MUST GO!!!
Friday 12-5 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m.
until noon. Inventory clearance
sale: 75% off. Shoes, clothes,
backpacks, lunch boxes, tote
bags, diaper bags, memory
albums, picture frames, bibs, burp
cloths, stuffed animals, keepsake
items, baby pillows, hair bows,
socks and more! Inside Pinstripes
& Polka Dots, 124 S. Jefferson St.
02/13-02/15



For Sale. Black Kenmore slide-in
electric stove, good condition,
$200. Call (706) 325-7087.
02/15-02/22

Horse round pin. Call (850) 584-
7949.
02/15
For Sale. Mozler fireproof safe,
excellent condition. $250, Call
(850) 672-9091.
02/13-02/15
For Sale. Pecky Cypress,
approximately 600 feet available
ranging in board lengths from 5.5-
9.5 feet, $2000 obo. Call Jodi @
843-0701.
02/13-02/15

Blooming Japanese Magnolias
$12; Red Ruffle Azaleas $3.50;
fragrant Tea Olive $5; Beautiful
Camellias; Large Blueberries $4;
Apples $18. Prices include tax.
Shop local. Free Daylilies each
visit! Beautiful drive: 6 miles South
Puckett Rd., 2 miles West
Courtney Grade. Turkey Roost
Nursery, 6740 Abe Whitfield
Lane. (850) 584-7395.
DW, 02/13-02/20


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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.
02/08-04/19



For Sale. Miniture Dauchshund,
CKC registered, health
certificates, ready now. $275, 1
black and tan female, 1 dapple
female. Call (863) 327-2663.
02/06-02/15

For Sale. Lowest price ever. Full
breed Shih Tzu pups. $250 firm.
Wee wee pad trained. Call (850)
376-3092..
02/15-02/20



Found. Female hound on Spring
Warrior Rd. Brown, black and
white in color. Call (850) 584-
8479.
02/15-02/20

Found, black dog off Puckett Rd.
Call with detail description to
claim. (850) 843-0615.
02/13-02/15




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3 bedroom, 2 bath, double wide
on private lot. $550 monthly with
$550 security deposit and 1 year
lease agreement. Leave message
at (850) 584-7227.
02/15-02/27
Taking applications for rent.
Triple wide at 1120 Buckeye
Nursery Rd. $695, deposit $300.
Excellent references and credit
required. Must apply in person.
Call (850) 584-7094, ask for Ms.
Betty.
BC,tfn

Keaton Beach, 1 bedroom, 2 bath,
with kitchen, carport, central
water. $425 monthly. Call (352)
302-8864.
02/13-03/29
Small 3 bedroom, 2 bath house on
2 acres. Insise city limits off
Jenkins Rd. $500 monthly, first
and last with $250 deposit. Call
(727) 433-4514.
02/13-02/22

1998 mobile home. 3 bedroom, 2
bath, with washer and dryer.
Sits on 1 acre, $700 first and last
with security. No pets, new roof
and carpet. Will consider rent to
own $55,000, 3011 Earl Wiles Rd.
Call (850) 445-4292.
02/13-02/15
4 bedroom, 2 bath house. $650
monthly and $500 deposit. Call
(850) 295-3653.
02/13-02/22

Office Space. 900 square feet,
Jefferson St., $600 monthly and
$500 deposit. Call (850) 295-
3653.
02/13-02/22

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.
02/08-02/22

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
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For Rent. 3 BD/2 BA available in
March. $550 monthly. Call
(850)584-3960.
02/08-02/20


Thule Group)


Like new double wide trailer for
rent in beautiful country setting. 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, open LR/DR,
fully equipped kitchen with
refrigerator, stove and microwave.
Washer & dryer furnished. Fenced
yard for small dog, nice back
porch. Located on Golf Course
Rd., on a working farm. $750
monthly, includes water and yard
care. First & last month up front,
credit references required.
Serious inquiries, call (850)578-
2310 to view.
02/08-03/08

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

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,tfn

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

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 anf equal opportunity
provider, and employer."
WGA,
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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
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THULE INCORPORATED,
international manufacturer of vehicle
accessories, is hiring all positions on all
shifts for its Perry location. Must have
good job history, ability to read tape
measure may be required, be willing
to work any shift, and references are
necessary. Join a winning team with great
benefits including affordable insurances,
matching 401 K, paid holidays and
vacation.
Apply in person from 9 11a.m.
and 1 4 p.m. Tuesday Thursday.
606 Industrial Park Drive, Perry,
EOE/DFWP.
If you have completed an application in the
last 6 months, there is no need to apply again.





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AND REHABILITATION
Short Term Rehab and Long Term Care



Activity Director
Madison Health and Rehabilitation Center, a
60-bed skilled nursing facility. Requirements:
Certified or completion of a state approved
course and experience in skilled nursing
environment for one year. We are a five star
facility that promotes excellence in all areas.
Applications being accepted via email
admin@madisonhealthandrehab.com
fax 850-973-2667 or in person at
2481 West US 90, Madison, Fl. 32340.
All inquiries are kept confidential.


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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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

STEINHATCHEE
PLACE RESORT
Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments for rent $600 to $800.
Included with rent is full cable t.v.,
Internet, hot tub, one block, one
block to river and new boat
landing. Call 352-498-7740 if no
answer 813-677-9640.
SPR,tfn


REPO'S! Land & Homes. Home
only, all counties. Call (352) 493-
9600.
TMH, tfn

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,

For Sale. 88'-170' lot with, 2
bedroom, 2 bath mobile home.
Home is old but suitable for living.
Asking $19,500. Located 1830
Woodmore Rd. Call (850) 843-
4148 or (229) 309-2126.
02/15-02/27

PRICE REDUCED. 15040
Pompano Place, 2 bedroom, 2
bath, double wide mobile home on
1 acre with 3 outbuildings. 5-10
minutes from Keaton Beach or
Yates Creek boat ramp. $65,000.
Beach Realty (850) 578-2039,
www.beachrealtyfla.com
02/13-02/22


Swann

Bail

Bonds

Swann Bonding Agency
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Fishing for More
Customers?

ADVERTISE


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
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For Sale By Owner. 4 bedroom, 2
bath house. Sits on 5 acres with
large storage building plus new
roof and new vinyl siding. Asking
$102,000, 1988 Shiloh Church
Rd. Owner financing $7,000 down
and $632.04 monthly. Call ( 850)
838-6466.
02/13-02/15

Triple wide mobile home. 3
bedroom, 2 bath, with fireplace
and back porch on 1/2 acre.
$39,900. Call (386) 288-1764.
02/08-02/15

For sale. Located at Spring
Warrior Fish Camp. Mobile home
and workshop on nice lot in Spring
Warrior, Fl. Boat ramp and state
game land very close by. $45,000.
For more information, call (850)
584-2791.
02/06-03/01


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

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

Land for Sale, 221 North between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo
Parker Rd. 1 acre lots with paved
roads. Owner financing available.
Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
EF,tfn



Need to sell your car? Call us.
We'll help! (850) 584-2111.
Headturners Auto.
HT, tfn

1995 Mack truck, very good
condition. $6,500. Call (850) 371-
1060 or (850) 584-7679.02/15


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Has the following immediate openings:

ARNP/PA
for busy Rural Health Clinic
Family Practice setting

Nursing Director Med-Surg Nursing

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Starting range $20.25 (adjusted per experience)

RN PRN (Med Surg) $28.00
3-5 years experience in same or similar unit preferred

Competitive salary and benefit package
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FLORIDA ASSISTED LIVING

OF PERRY
105 Sandra Street
Perry, Florida 32348
Licenses Pending

All employees must
PASS AND PROVIDE
a Level 2 Background Screening
for employer.


Registered Nurse 1 P/T
Administrator/Activity Director 1
Administrator Assistant 1 F/T
* Care Giver/ Housekeeper 3 F/T, 3 F/T
Substitute Caregiver/Housekeeper
2 F/T, 1 P/T
Dietitian 1
1 COOK 1 F/T, 1 P/T
Maintenance/Landscape/
Lawn Person 1

Contact Telephone Numbers:
Gail French (850)264-3631
Robert French (850)264-3711
Email Resume to:
frenchieg2002(i@yahoo.com or
Fax Resume to: (850)385-8540









A-13 Perry News-Herald February 15-16, 2013


Looking for a specific vehicle?
Call us! (850) 584-2111.
Headturners Auto.
HT,tffn




Advent Christian Village
(386) 658-5627 or
www.acvillage.net
Be Your Best Among the Best!
FT PA-C or ARNP
Deliver primary care in established
rural clinic with onsite board
certified physician. On-call duties
& medical support for 161 bed
skilled nursing facility shared with
two other practitioners. HPSA
incentives available. Experience
preferred but not required.
Unrestricted FL license required.

FT Environmental Services
Director Skilled Nursing Facility
Oversee on-campus laundry
operations & housekeeping
operations for SNF & ALF Prior
supervisory experience + working
with FL LTC regs required. Prior
management experience a plus.
BA/BS in health administration or
relevant field a plus.
Competitive benefits plus access
to onsite daycare and fitness
facilities. Apply in person at
Personnel Office Monday through
Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00
p.m., or fax resume/credentials to
(386) 658-5160.. EOE/Drug-Free
Workplace, Criminal background
checks required.
ACV, 02/13-02/22

Florida Certified Teachers
Needed:
Contact Jamie Newberry,
Education Director
Twin Oaks Vocational Academy
(850) 948-1200, x281 or
jnewberry@togha.org.TWVA02/22


Adoption
ADOPT: Childless teacher (33)
and devoted husband (37) wish
to adopt; promise unconditional
love, opportunities. Expenses
Paid. Kristie/Gabe. Attorney
Adam Sklar, Bar#0150789. 1-
888-387-9290
TOLL FREE.

Condos for Sale
Condo Auction-Overlooking
Destin FL harbor-luxurious
2420+/- sq ft, furnished unit in
East Pass Towers with
guaranteed owner financing.
March 1, 1:00pm. See website for
detail,terms, virtual
tour: gtauctions.com,
205.326.0833, Granger, Thagard
& Associates,
Inc.,G.W. Thagard, Business
AB2100,Broker BK3009116,
Auctioneer AU2846.

For Sale
LEATHER LIVING ROOM SET,
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Chemistry Instructor wanted at
North Florida Community College.
See www.nfcc.edu.
01/09-02/15
NFCC

Dairy Queen/ Arby's/Subway/
Wendy's and Fast Track Food
Stores of
r Monticello/Madison/Greenville/
Jasper & Lake Park Georgia.
Now Hiring all Positions. Job
Fair/Open House, Friday, Feb. 22,
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Dairy
Queen location: 6390 S. SR 53 in
Madison, Florida. North Florida
Workforce will have their mobile
unit in the parking lot taking
applications for:
General Managers, Assistant
Managers, shift leaders and crew
members for all shifts. Applicants
must be able to work different
shifts from opening to closing,
have superior customer service
skills, and possess an out-going
personality. Benefits with
competitive salary available.
02/13-02/22

Dixie County is currently accepting
applications for
Firefighter/Paramedic and
Firefighter/EMT positions until
February 18. Applications can be
obtained on our departmental
website at
www.dixieemergency.com or
picked up at the administrative
office located in Cross City at
17600 SE 19 Hwy. All applicants
.are required to hold current state
certifications for positions applied
for. For questions, call 352-498-
1240 ext. 239.
DC,02/06-02/15

Staff Assistant. See www.nfcc.edu
for details.
02/08-02/22
NFCC


Org. $3,000, sacrifice $975.--
CHERRY BEDROOM SET, Solid
Wood, new in factory boxes--
$895. Can Deliver. Bill (813)298-
0221.

WALK-IN BATHTUBS Save an
additional $500 in February! Buy
NOW! Local Company, Made in
the USA. Call Before You Fall!
(800)317-8827 for Pricing or
http://www.sbstubs.com/.

Help Wanted
Apply Now, 12 Drivers Needed.
Top 5% Pay & Late Model Equip
Plus Benefits, New Equip &
401K. Need CDL Class A Driving
Exp (877)258-8782. www.ad-
drivers.com

Driver $0.01 increase per mile
after.6 and 12 months. $.03/mile
quarterly bonus. Daily or Weekly
pay. CDL-A, 3 months current
exp. 800-414-9569
www.driveknight.com


Would you like to work in
healthcare? Become a CNA!
Quest Training offers a RN taught,
40 hour prep class. High state test
pass rates. No GED or diploma
required if age 18. Day and
evening classes.
Call (386) 362-1065.
02/01-03/01

FLOORING
Carpet, Vinyl and Repairs. Will
beat all prices. Call 850-838-9050.
If no answer please a leave
message.
BR,tfn

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.
3/31/13,tfn

A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/
removal, dump truck service,
harrowing, bush hog mowing, rake
work, dirt leveling and complete
lawn service. Call 584-6737.
AZ,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

J & B Upholstery Paint & Body
Shop. (850) 223-2625 or (850)
371-1556.02/20


Experienced OTR Flatbed
Drivers earn 50 up to 55 cpm
loaded. $1000 sign on to
Qualified drivers. Home most
weekends. Call: (843)266-3731 /
www.bulldoghiway.com. EOE

Miscellaneous
AIRLINES ARE HIRING. Train for
hands on Aviation Maintenance
Career. FAA approved program.
Financial aid if qualified. Housing
available CALL Aviation Institute
of Maintenance 866-314-3769

NURSING CAREERS begin
here. Train in months, not years.
Financial aid if qualified. Housing
available. Job Placement
assistance. Call Centura Institute
Orlando
(877) 206-6559

ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE
from Home. *Medical, *Business,
*Criminal Justice, *Hospitality.
Job placement assistance.
Computer available. Financial Aid


JM Handyman Home Repairs,
LLC Pressure washing, painting,
concrete, wood decks, Ceramic
tile, laminate wood available,
Mobile Home Repairs, RV Leak
Repairs. 838-6077 or 584-2270.
JM, tfn(Fri)




SUWANNEE RIVER WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION
Notice is hereby given that
pursuant to Chapter 373, Florida
Statutes, the following
application for permit was
received on February 1, 2013:
Martin Marietta Perry Quarry
Expansion, Martin Marietta
Materials, Inc., 3019 Riverwatch
Parkway, Augusta, GA 30907,
has submitted an application for
an Environmental Resource
Permit Number 99-0481M3, for a
total project area of 1,375 acres,
with 75.77 acres of work in, on, or
over wetlands or other surface
waters, The project Is located in
Township 4 South, Range 4 East,
Sections 4, 5, 8, and 9 in Taylor
County.
Interested persons may
comment upon the application
or submit a written request for a
staff report containing proposed
agency action regarding the
application by writing to the
Suwannee River Water
Management District, Attn:
Resource Management, 9225
C.R. 49, Live Oak, Florida 32060.
Such comments or requests must
be received by 5:00 PM within 21
days from the date of
publication.
No further public notice will be
provided regarding this
application. A copy of the staff
report must be requested in
order to remain advised of
further proceedings. Substantially
affected persons are entitled to
request an administrative
hearing, pursuant to Title 28,
Florida Administrative Code,
regarding the proposed agency
action by submitting a written
request after reviewing the staff
report.


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of the goods stored in the
prospective units below. All these
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being sold pursuant to the
assertion of the lein on February
23, 2013 at 10 a.m. in order to
collect the amounts due from
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3498 Hwy. 19 S,, Suite 1, Perry, FL.
32348.
Jena Jackson, 1-10
Kesha Faircloth, 2-14,
Linda Palmer, 2-24,
Amanda Flores, 2-49,
Saidah Knight, 3-30,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN RE: The Marriage of
CASE NO: 2012-DR-
ROBERT PHILIPP HERBST,
Petitioner/Husband,
and
ESENIYA VLADISLAVOVNA
ORLEANSKAYA,
Respondent/Wife.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ESENIYA VLADISLAVOVNA
ORLEANSKAYA
301 North Jefferson Street
Perry, Florida 32347
(Last known address)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for dissolution of marriage has
been filed against you and that
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to
the Petition on the Petitioner's
attorney, D. Christine Thurman,
Esq., Gentry & Thurman, P.A., 217
North Franklin
Boulevard,Tallahassee, Florida
32301,telephone number (850)
222-0052, and file an original with
the Clerk of the above-styled
Court, 108 North Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida 32347, telephone
number (850) 838-3506 on or
before March 7, 2013, before
service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter. If you fail
to do so, a default may be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
The action is asking the Court to
decide how the following real or
personal property should be
divided: none.


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Copies of all court documents in
this case, including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office, You may
review these documents upon
request.
You must keep the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office notified of
your current address. (You may
file Notice of Current Address,
Florida Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit will be
mailed to the address on record
at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic
disclosure of documents and
information. Failure to comply
can result in sanctions, Including
dismissal or striking of pleadings.
Dated: December 31, 2012
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Salina Ford
Deputy Clerk

Notice of Intention to Register
Fictitious Name
To whom it may concern: Notice
is hereby given that the
undersigned, pursuant to the
fictitious name statue, chapter
20953 or Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes, 1941, will register with
the Secretary of State,
Corporation Division, Tallahassee,
Florida, upon receipt of proof of
publication of this notice the
fictitious name, to wit:
Fat Daddy Arms and Ammo
under which we/I will engage in
business. I/we expect to engage
in business in Perry, Florida and
our address is:
3347 Ross Rd. Perry, Florida
The extent of ownership is:
Phillip Castelucci 100%




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ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20
Aries, planning is going well and you
have been following through with your
responsibilities. Expect to tweak a few
things in the days to come.

TAURUS Apr 21/May 21
Taurus, open up to a trusted friend to
regarding a significant decision you have
to make this week. This friend can provide
some valuable perspective.

GEMINI May 22/Jun 21
A barrage of new ideas makes you a
hot item this week, Gemini. Your brain
is working overtime and you may be
shocked at what you come up with.

CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22
Cancer, expect to see eye-to-eye with
your significant other this week. You will
be on the same page and this will help to
strengthen your relationship.

LEO Jul 23/Aug 23
Leo, embrace the opinions of those closest
to you. Those opinions might differ from
your own, but they may also provide you
with some important perspective.

VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22
Try something different this week, Virgo.
It may mean taking a new route to work
or trying a new food. Try something that
is out of your element and you may find
you like it.

LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23
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ready to handle anything that comes your
way, Libra. When you get on a roll, you may
find you have some admirers.


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patience. Relax when the week starts to
prove too stressful, and you will make
it through the week with your peace of
mind intact.

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Keep listening when others around you
are talking, Sagittarius. You can learn
valuable lessons just by keeping a trained
ear on the conversation and use this
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delegate.

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into your day.

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At the Booking

Desk
Editor's Note: It is the policy
of this newspaper to run the
names of all those arrested and
booked at the Taylor County
Jail. All those listed below have
been charged with a crime, but
are considered innocent until
proven guilty.
Sept. 1:
William Jerome Thacker, 38,
Newaygo, Mich., VOP (dealing
in stolen property, grand theft),
Deputy Gunter, TCSO.
Joshua John Brown, 27,
Millinor Road, DUI, Deputy
Cash, TCSO.
Sept. 2:
Patricia Elaine Parker, 41,
3291 Vera Lane, criminal
mischief, assault, violation of
condition, disorderly conduct,
Deputy Lundy, TCSO.
Andrew L. Flack, 26, 16482
E. Royal Oak, DUI, DWLS (3rd)
DUI with property damage,
Trooper Swindle, FHP
Jacob Erwin Flack, 29,
16482 E. Royal Oak Drive,
disorderly conduct, Ptl. Griffin,
PPD.
Sept. 3:
Christine Mary Miranda, 18,
709 W. Church Street, #702,
stalking/aggravated, battery,
Ptl. Gorby, PPD.
Briana Simone Palmer, 20,
803 Spring Place, stalking/
aggravated, battery, Ptl. Gorby,
PPD.
Thomas Parker Jr., 24, 3356
Quail Street, warrant, Deputy
Hooker, TCSO.
Jennifer Dawn Ryan, 27,
15552 Shell Drive, VOP (credit
card fraud), Deputy Tompkins,
TCSO.
Anthony Teague, 21, 4588
Turner Road, VOR Deputy
McKenzie, TCSO.
James Ethridge Jr., 56,
13290 Strickland Bridge,
VOP (DWLS), giving false
information, resisting without
violence, Deputy McKenzie,
TCSO.
Melinda Rae Page, 30, 120
Walter Smith Road, dealing
in stolen property, retail theft,
VOP, Ptl. Ricketson, PPD.
Sept. 4:
Karen Hinkle, 46, Ellison
Frith Road, DWLS (knowingly),
Deputy Gilbreath, TCSO.
Kayce Marie Heartsfield, 26,
3240 Johnson Stripling Road,
DWLS, Deputy Tompkins,
TCSO.
John C. Hayden, 31, 3290
Eustis Gunter Road, VOP
(burglary of structure, grand
theft III), Deputy Hooker, TCSO.
Leroy Williams, 24, 107 El
Matador Drive, warrant/DWLS,
resisting without violence, Ptl.
Cannon, PPD.
Sept. 5:
Kathryn Lee Haney, 22,1308
S. Sparrow Street, battery, Ptl.
Geyer, PPD.
Sept. 6:
Torrey Tremaine Fitchett, 26,
205 Buffalo Place, possession
of less than 20 grams cannabis,
PtI. Cephus, PPD.
Erik Shane Russell, 20,
2949 Mixon Road, VOP
(disorderly conduct), Deputy
Gunter, TCSO.
Sept. 7:
Fred Richardson III,
48, 14500 S. Gulf Manor,
possession of less than
20 grams cannabis, Ptl.
Hernandez, PPD.
Travis Townsend, 19, Green
Farm Road, Lot #6, dealing
in stolen property, grand
theft, burglary of unoccupied
dwelling, Inv. Hayden, TCSO.
Sonia Roxan Oglesby, 34,
310 Springhill Road, #5, petit
theft, Deputy Hooker, TCSO.
Jeffrey Underwood, 51,
Trenton, contempt of court,
Deputy Hooker, TCSO.
Tyler L. Flowers, 21, 1101 E.
Main Street, VOP (trespass of
structure), Ptl. Cephus, PPD.


The Perry Woman's Club
|was completely "outfitted"
with hearts anrd cupids for
the February meeting held
Wednesday. President
Shawna Beach welcomed
i members and guests for
entertainment, paying tribute
Alto Valentine's Day, featuring
local musicians and dancers.
Shown at left are Doris
Lepoma dancing with Richard
Hagen of Tallahassee.
Individual tables inside the
club paid tribute to Valentine's
Day celebrations around the
world.





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