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Council

holds joint

workshop

The city's "spice"
ordinance will be among
the topics covered during
a joint workshop between
members of the city council
and planning & zoning
board Tuesday, March 19.
The joint meeting will
start at 5:30 p.m. in the
council meeting room
adjacent to City Hall.
Members of the
planning and zoning board
approached the council
recently to question its intent
behind mandated penalties
in its "spice"/synthetic
marijuana ordinance.
"When we rule on
other code enforcement
violations, we have some
leeway in sentencing. We
don't have any the way the
ordinance is written now,"
Planning board member
Tonya Holton said.


News Forum

Scholarship deadline
is Monday
Monday is the deadline to
apply for the Florida State
Association of Supervisors of
Elections Scholarship.
Interested students are
asked to call the Supervisor
of Elections' office at
838-3515 or visit online
at www.taylorelections.com.
To be eligible, students
must be either a political
science; public or business
administration; or journalism/
mass communications
major.

Retired educators
meet Monday
Taylor Retired Educators
(TEA) and interested
friends of education will
meet Monday, March 18, at
Rosehead Junction, starting
at 10:30 A.M.
The program, with Dr. Pete
Moore, will be the first item
on the agenda.

Learn about Shady
Grove Monday
Jerry McLeod will share
information about Shady
Grove during a presentation
to the Taylor County Historical
Society Monday, March 18,
beginning at 7 p.m.
President Wanda Cash
Invites everyone to attend.

Need a scholarship?
The Taylor County
Historical Society is currently
accepting applications for an
annual scholarship awarded
to a local high school
senior.
Applications are available
at the high school or at
the historical society
museum located in downtown
Perry.

Steen will be guest
speaker April 2
(Ret.) Capt. Morris G.
Steen, USN, will discuss
the history of the U.S. Navy
"from John Paul Jones to the
present"Tuesday, April 2.
He will be the guest
speaker for American Legion,
Post 96. The meeting will
, begin at 7 p.m.
All veterans and interested
persons are welcome.



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By MARK VIOLA
Staff writer
The Storm of the Century, which
claimed 10 lives along the Taylor County
coast 20 years ago this week, left an
indelible mark on both the landscape and
the lives touched by the "no name" storm.
This included not only the residents who
were forced to brave the storm during the
early morning hours of Saturday, March
13, 1993, but also the first responders who
arrived soon thereafter to begin search and
rescue operations.
One such first responder was Taylor
County Sheriff's Deputy Marty Tompkins,
who was a captain with Taylor County
Fire-Rescue at the time.
That morning he was asleep .t home
when the sound of the wind knocking the
chimney stack off his house woke him. A
short time later, dispatch called to relay
reports of people stranded along the coast.
"I headed out to Spring Warrior,"
Tompkins said. "I got part of the way


$347,000 is awarded to


city for downtown lake


A $347,000 grant from SRWMD will help the
city fund a lake project that will encompass a
stretch of Spring Creek.


The Suwannee River
Water Management District
(SRWMD) has awarded the
City of Perry a $347,000
grant which will fund the
construction of a sprawling
lake that will change the
face ofkdowntown forever.
City Manager Bob Brown
shared the welcome news
of the grant award during
Tuesday's night regular


meeting of the Perry City
Council.
"We were one of 11
applicants to receive
funding from SRWMD's
new 'RIVER' grant program
(Regional Initiative Valuing
Environmental Resources).
They had about $1.5 million
to award in the program
and, compared to the others
who received grants, we got


the lion's share of funding,"
Brown said. "With this
award, the city has received
about $2.6 million in grants
in the last year."
The grant will fund the
majority of the projected'
$550,000 cost of the project,
which will expand the
portions of Spring Creek
,'* Please see page 5


down Puckett Road and it
was covered in water. I went
back home and hooked up to
my personal boat and went
back.
"The water was up to where
you turn left to go to Spring
Warrior," he said.
Several people were already
there, including Bill Jones and
Mark Southerland.
"Bill Jones and I launched the
boat and headed toward Spring
Warrior. The first thing that hit us was
the smell of propane. The propane
stands had come loose from people's
homes during the storm and we ;,saIw
them in the water.
"We immediately killed the engine ind
had to push the boat to Spring Warnor.
We picked up a number of people there.
One woman was standing on her couch m
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No injuries in bus vs. semi crash


A school bus transporting
39 students home after
school Monday was
involved in a minor crash
involving a semi-truck that
resulted in no injuries.
Brandy McGuire Brown,
37, of Perry was driving the
school bus north on U.S.
19 in the outside lane near
Barney Road, according
to a report filed by Florida


Highway Patrol Trooper
James I. Parker Jr.
William Colby Hatch, 35,
of Chiefland, was driving
a semi-truck and trailer
following the bus in the
outside.
Hatch changed lanes and
attempted to pass the bus.
Brown then "attempted to
make a left turn from the
outside lane into the safety


turn zone/median of U.S.
19," Parker said.
The school bus "'bec'.ame
an immediate hazard" to
the semi-truck, the report
continues. Hatch steered
the semi into the safety turn
lane to avoid colliding with
the bus.
The right rear tire of the
semi and the right front of
its trailer collided with the


left front tire and fender of
the bus.
The bus came to a final
rest facing west partially in
the inside southbound lane
of U.S. 19.
Brown was cited for
improper change of lane.
When asked Thursday, a
school district official said
"the bus was drivable but as
a safety precaution, another


bus was called to transport
the children home."
The official continued
that district policy requires
that following any
automobile crash involving
a school bus, regardless
of the severity, the driver
must take a drug test and
the bus is returned to
the bus shed for an
inspection.


Taylor United Way exceeds goal with $285,323;


Lance, Buckeye Florida campaigns recognized


The Taylor County United Way has concluded its 2012
campaign, exceeding its annual fund-raising goal with a
grand total of $285,323.
A number of local campaigns were recognized for their
efforts Tuesday when the United Way of the Big Bend
(UWBB) held its grand finale event at Goodwood Museum
& Gardens in Tallahassee.
Buckeye Florida, which raised $164,948, was recognized
as the Most Creative Neighboring County Campaign. The
total was a four percent increase over the previous year,
and the company also received the Cornerstone Award for
raising between $100,000 and $249,999.
"Buckeye loves to get creative with their campaign," a
UWBB President Heather Mitchell said. "Each year they
add another layer on an already successful effort, and this
year was no different."
The highlight of this year's campaign, as it has been
for years, was the company's cake auction, which raised
$24,000 with the help of a chili cook-off, which featured
more than 20 entries.
"This has to be the most successful cake auction in the
history of cake auctions," Mitchell said.
*"- Please see page 5


Index

Perry News-Herald
One section 124th Year, No.11
www.perrynewspiapers.comi


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


Sydner's Lance, was named the "Most Improved Neighboring County
Campaign." Representing the company's team are: (I to r) Robert Quintero,
Anita Walker, Randy King, Amy King, Steve Bass and John Bradshaw.


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


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A-2 Perry News-Herald
March 15-16, 2013


Gone in an instant


Remember when...


Reality


check


By ANTHONY L. WHITE
anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.com
I laughed out loud, but I


don't think he heard


Blue Creek Baptist

seeded as a mission

to serve beach area


Editor's Note: Local
historian Henry McLeod
has compiled an impressive
collection of Taylor County
history now available on a
website appropriately titled
'Taylor County & Perry, Florida
History" (https://sites.google.
com/site/taylorcountyhistory/).
His latest addition to the site
is an extensive profile of local
churches. This week's featured
history was submitted by Blue
Creek Baptist Church.
In 1980 the Taylor Baptist
Association began to put
into action a long-standing
desire to see a Baptist
ministry of some type in the
area of the beaches.
First Baptist Church of
Perry agreed to become the
"Mother Church" of such a
work, and on Oct. 2, 1980,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lindsey
(Billie) donated land at


the beaches tor a mission
location.
On May 31, 1981, a
ground-breaking ceremony
was held at the new site,
with the Rev. E. L. Mixon,
pastor of First Baptist, as
speaker. Soon the ground
clearing was underway and
the foundation poured.
During the construction
period, the first Vacation
Bible School was held under
a tent (Aug. 3-7, 1981)
The following Easter a
sunrise service was held
(April 11, 1982), conducted
by the Rev. Mixon. Two
months later, June 30, First
Baptist Church called the
Rev. Earl Jennings as the
first mission pastor of the
newly named "Blue Creek
Baptist Chapel."
The first regular Sunday
worship services were


held in the new building
beginning Aug. 8. 1982,
with six joining the new
work. Sunday school began
a month later, and by the
end of that church year the
mission's membership was
10 with 24 enrolling in
Sunday School.
On May 30, 1983, the
Rev. Jennings resigned for
health reasons. On June 22,
1983, the Rev. John Dorman
was called by First Baptist
as mission pastor.
Two years later, on
"Homecoming day" Aug.
11, 1985. Blue Creek
Baptist Church constituted
as a free-standing body with
47 charter members, called
the Rev. Dorman as its first
pastor, and petitioned the
Taylor Baptist Association
for membership.
Through the sacrificial


A (ance at tiheyast


the past seven years.
Schramm had worked as an
attorney for the insurance
commissioner and treasurer
in Tallahassee.


WHAT ATAX HIKE!
Front page headlines
screamed, "Department of
Revenue- orders 41 percent
hike in Taylor assessments."
Property Appraiser Eldon
Sadler was ordered to
increase the assessments to
reflect "full and just value
as required." For the 1977
report, the total property
value in the county was
$203,358,502; the taxable
value was $138,159,954.

CAREER DAY
Taylor County High
School hosted a Career Day
fair, attracting an ambulance
from Doctors' Memorial
Hospital, representatives
of the U.S. Civil Service
Commission, Vo-Tech
cosmetologists, Buckeye
Cellulose company


WEDDED BLISS
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Hayes Donnelly announced
representatives and the the engagement of their
Taylor County Extension daughter, Marie Arthur,
Service. to Paul Richard Herig,
the son of Mr. and Mrs.
BANK ROBBERY Theodore Herig, also of
SPECTARRESTE Perry. A May 6 nuptial
SUSPECT ARRESTED mass was planned at the
IN PERRY Immaculate Conception
A Tampa man charged Catholic Church.
with the armed robbery Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
of Sunshine State Federal D. Carlton announced
Bank on March 1 was the engagement of their
arrested the next day in daughter, Donna, to Tommy
Perry by Trooper Q. O. Freeman. A March 22
Whittle across from the wedding was planned in the
wayside park on U.S. 19. banquet room of the Perry
Will Kirby Jr., 25, had Golf and Country Club.
$3926 in currency and Mr. and Mrs. John Basil
change. McKnight of Tallahassee
announced the engagement
NEW ATTORNEY of their daughter, Cynthia
Susan McClellan, to
OPENS OFFICE Jim Brent Marsh, the
Robert Schramm opened son of Mr. and Mrs. Hal
his law office at 103 West Marsh of Perry. A May 6
Bay Street in Perry. For wedding was planned in the


giving of funds and labor of
the members of First Baptist
Church and the gifts and
tireless efforts of many men,
women, boys and girls from
all over this association,
Blue Creek was able to
begin in love and harmony.
It continues to grow,
"in grace and in stature"
as a living testament to
the power of the spirit of
cooperation.
The present membership
is 108 with 129 enrolled in
Sunday School. The church
has continued to build and is
now preparing to expand the
sanctuary.
All the present facilities
are debt free. The pastor
and members of Blue Creek
Baptist Church earnestly
solicit the continued
prayer support of Taylor
Baptists.


THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD
March 9, 1978


garden of the LeMoyne
Foundation in Tallahassee.

RIGONI AT
WESLEYAN
Pam Rigoni was
pictured with a copy of
the Wesleyan College
yearbook and she was
featured in accompanying
article about her role as
a "resident assistant"
in one of the college's
dormitories. Training in
first aid and counseling
were prerequisites for the
position.

SHE'S A RUNNER-UP!
Lisa D'Antonio was
selected as first runner-up
in the state All-American
Girl Pageant held in Tampa.
Lisa also received trophies
for talent and sportswear.

NOW SHOWING...
Richard Pryor was
faster than "Greased
Lightning" according to the
advertisement for current
movies at Graves Drive-In
Theatre.


A little over two months ago, my cousin Greg
approached me with an unusual request.
"I have a great idea for a television reality show,"
Greg said. "And, I need you to help me write a
treatment for it."
This wasn't the unusual request. As a
writer--a novelist, screenwriter, journalist and
playwright--people come up to me quite often
wanting me to assist them in either writing their
memoirs, letters to the editor or a fictional story
that they've wanted to tell for some time. My usual
response is to tell them to just start writing. "Don't
worry about structure or any of that because you
can always go back and fix that." So, being asked
to come up with a treatment for a television reality
show wasn't that unusual. What was unusual was
the premise of the show he wanted me to help him
with.
"I want to do a reality show about coon hunting,"
Greg continued.
I wasn't sure I heard him correctly, so I responded,
"Coon hunting?"
"Yeah," he said.
"You're not serious, are you?" I asked to be sure.
"Yes, I'm serious," he answered in an even more
serious tone. "Don't you think it's a good idea for a
reality show?"
Greg turned his back for a few seconds, which
gave me the opportunity to laugh out loud without
laughing in his face.
"Are you going to help me?" Greg continued.
I didn't have the heart to tell him what I really
thought about his "great idea," so throughout the
next couple of weeks, every time Greg saw me, he
would ask me about the treatment. If he didn't see
me for a couple of days, he'd call and ask, "Are you
going to help me?"
"I'm working on it now," was my response. But I
wasn't. I just kept telling him that.
However, things took an unexpected turn a
couple of weeks ago when a friend told me he had
gotten a job working on a reality show. I thought
about Greg's request and mentioned it to my friend.
"Speaking of reality shows," I started. "My cousin
is hounding me about helping him come up with
a treatment for a reality show on coon hunting."
Then, I laughed out loud again.
"What are you laughing about?" the friend asked.
"I think that's a great idea for a reality show."
"Really?" I asked.
"Yes, really."
The next day, I pitched the idea for a show called
"Coon Country" to an executive producer at two
established production companies, who together,
have more than 20 reality shows on television or
in development. The executive, Oliver Bogner,
loved the idea and set up a phone conference with
the two companies. During the phone conference,
the executives asked all kinds of questions about
coon hunting. I've never been coon hunting, but
I'm a pretty good storyteller, so I painted a vivid
picture of coon hunting in Taylor County. When I
was done, Oliver announced, "We love the show's
concept. Let's do it."
I was floored. Even though I was happy about
sealing the deal, I was still a little upset because
I've been pitching story ideas and screenplays
to Hollywood for 20 years, and I've never sold a
project with only a pitch. And, here I was pitching
an idea that I thought was absurd only to have it
picked up immediately.
Tomorrow, the cast of the show--all local
hunters--will meet at the Chamber of Commerce
to have their first recorded webcam interviews with
the show's executive producers in Hollywood.
Greg is much too polite to say it out loud, but I
know in the back of his mind he's screaming at me,
"Who's laughing now?"


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


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will be crowned Saturday


The Miss Taylor County
Forestry Scholarship
Pageant, an official
preliminary to the Miss
Florida Forestry State
Scholarship Pageant, will be
held this Saturday, March
16, at Forest Capital Hall,
starting at 6 p.m.
General admission is $5.
"The purpose of the Miss
Florida Forestry Pageant is
to provide scholarships for


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Florida's outstanding young
ladies while promoting
Florida's forestry industry.
The pageant was open to
any contestant who resides,
works or attends school
in Taylor County, or an
adjacent county. We are
looking for well-rounded
young ladies who will
be able to represent the
county's forestry industry
at the state pageant and


2012 Teen Miss Kate Whiddon, left, and Junior
Miss Haley Jones were honored guests at last
year's Florida Forest Festival.


throughout the year at
various events," Coordinator
Mandy Cornelius said.
"The pageant will consist
of interview/on-stage
questions (in the Teen
Miss and Miss categories)
and on-stage modeling of
evening wear."
Age divisions for the
pageant include: Baby Miss,
0-23 month; Teeny Miss,
2-3 years; Tiny Miss, 4-6
years; Little Miss, 7-9 years;
Junior Miss, 10-12 years;
Teen Miss, 13-16 years; and
Miss, 17-24 years.
The 2013 Miss Forestry
contestants are:
Teeny Miss: Alissa
Russ, the daughter of Heath
and Jonie Russ; and Riley
Sadler, the daughter of
Brittany Sadler.
Tiny Miss: Addison
English, the daughter of
Jamie and Gena English;
Maegan Gregory, the
daughter of Todd and
Amanda Gregory; Miley
Hill, the daughter of Tyson
and Juanita Hill; and Kira
Linton, the daughter of John
and Jennifer Linton.
Little Miss: Mallorie
Paul, the daughter of Marcus
and Christina Paul.
Junior Miss: Mackenzie
Nowlin, the daughter of
Marty and Cynthia Nowlin.
Teen Miss: Haley Jones,
the daughter of Chad and
Coleen Agner.
Miss Forestry: Katie
Johnson, the daughter of
Bert and Susan Johnson.
"In 2012. Taylor County
was been represented by
three forestry queens. Junior


Miss Haley Jones enjoyed
promoting her title while
working at various horse
shows and volunteering with
R.O. Ranch in Lafayette
County. Jones participated
in numerous events with
the Florida Forest Festival
and was second runner-up
in the Florida State Forestry
Pageant. Kate Whiddon
reigned as the 2012 Teen
Miss. She volunteered her
time with local events such
as the Southern Pines Blues
& BBQ Festival and gave
educational presentations
with the Division of
Forestry and Smokey Bear.
She also traveled to Starke
to attend the Veteran's Day
Memorial event with her
'sister queens' in Bradford
County and participated in
the University of Florida
Homecoming Parade
in Gainesville and the
Gator Bowl Parade in
Jacksonville.
"Taylor County's reigning
Miss Forestry is Emily
Newman. In addition to
participating in community
events with her 'sister
queens,' Newman joined
with the Bradford County
Teen Miss to cap off the
log sawing competition
at the Florida Forest
Festival. Additionally
Newman represented 'her
title in the Florida State
University Homecoming
Parade in Tallahassee and
was third runner-up in the
state forestry pageant. She
was also selected as the
People's Choice winner,"
Cornelius said.


Taylor County's reigning Miss Forestry Emily
Newman, right, and her "sister queen" from
Bradford County competed in the crosscut event
at the 2012 Florida Forest Festival.


Newman, left, and Whiddon, .right, helped
Smokey Bear present a program on forestry at
the Taylor County Public Library.


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The 2012 Graduating Class of
The Florida State University
College of Business announces
the graduation of Sarah Christine
(Christie) Thompson. A 2009
-. .. graduate of Taylor County High
School, Christie entered FSU in the
fall of 2009 and graduated from its
College of Business in December
2012 with a Bachelor of Science
Degree in Accounting. She is a
member of Sigma Alpha Lambda,
a National Leadership and Honors
Organization, the National Society
of Collegiate Scholars, and Phi
Eta Sigma National Honor Society.
Christie, 20, entered the FSU College
of Business Graduate School in
Al January pursuing a Master's Degree
in Accounting.

She is the daughter of David and
Julie Thompson of Perry, and the
granddaughter of Christine and (the
late) Hal Thompson of Perry and of
Lt. Col. (ret.) Kenneth and (the late)
Sara Martin of Quincy.


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Federal Credit Union

5711 Annual Meeting

March 19,2012

Place: TCMS Auditorium
Time: 6:30 p.m.


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Living


A-4 Perry News-Herald March 15-16, 2013




I Youth getting fit' with 4-H


Brooke Walker (right) and Devin Kinsey

Walker, Kinsey


to marry April 6

'Rusty Walker and Shawn Walker announce the
engagement of their daughter, Brooke, to Devin Kinsey, son
of Darrin Kinsey and Angelia Holton.
The wedding will be held at Jarretts Plantation on April 6
at 5:30 p.m. A reception will follow.
Invitations will be sent.

Wedding Reminder

Tutten Worsley
Lorraine Tuten and Zack Worsley will marry on Saturday,
March 16, at 1 p.m.
The wedding will take place at Forest Capital Hall
Cracker House with the reception following at the Perry
Garden Club.
The parents of the bride are Ruby and Earl Crockett of
Perry, David and Virginia Tuten of Starke. The groom's
parents are Keith and Connie Brown of Perry.
All family and friends are invited.

Extension workshops set
A "Plant it! Grow It! Eat It! Workshop" will be held
Thursday, March 21, from 12 noon until 1 p.m. and again
from 6-7 p.m.
County extension agents urge you to "learn more about
spring gardening and how to grow and cook with herbs."
The workshop is free and open to the public at the Taylor
County Extension Office.
Extension agents ask that you RSVP to 838-3508 by
noon on March 20.

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By ABBEY L.THARPE
4-H Extension Agent I
Our children live in a hurry-
up world of busy parents,
school pressures, incessant
lessons, video games, malls,
and competitive sports.
We usually don't think of
these influences as stressful
for our kids, but often they
are. The bustling pace of
our children's lives can have
a profound effect on their
attitude- and usually not for
the better.
Through "Get Fit with
4-H," youth were taught a
one hour yoga lesson that
allowed youth to learn some
basic yoga moves with
local instructor Michelle
Richardson and yoga class
participant Karen Falicon.
Through this lesson youth
learned the importance of
stretching and listening
to their body. They were
also taught the tremendous

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Donations of books,
magazines, tapes, videos,
CDs, DVDs. games,
puzzles and more can
be brought to the public
library, which is located at
403 N. Washington St.


health benefits. Through
yoga youth maintains
flexibility and strengthens
growing bodies, enhance


Author talk slated


Lee Trawick, author of
"Retribution," will be the
featured guest speaker at
the Taylor County Public
Library on Monday, March
18.
The event, which begins
at 5:30 p.m., is sponsored
by the Friends of the Taylor
County Public Library.
Trawick grew up in Mayo


and continues to reside
there.
"Retribution" is a "fast-
paced, darkly riveting
story about people bound
and broken by crime and
revenge, power and greed,
fury and fear."
The library is located at
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A-5 Perry News-Herald March 15-16, 2013


'Worst days ever seen as an emergency first responder'


HORRIBLE DAY
Continued from page 1
her living room."
Once completing their.
run through Spring Warrior,
Tompkins then went to
Keaton and Dekle beaches
to assist there.
"The destruction at
Spring Warrior was nothing
compared to Dekle Beach
and Keaton. That was the
first time in my life seeing
entire homes just taken


away. I saw an entire house
in the canal. The power
of that storm was just
unbelievable. The next lew
days were the worst days
I've ever experienced as an
emergency first responder,"
he said.
Personnel from agencies
across the region arrived
here to assist, but the sheer
enormity of the task before
them was staggering.
"I finally got home for a
few hours of sleep around


2 a.m. (Sunday), got a little
rest and was back out around
7:30 or 8 that morning."
As the search and rescue
operation turned to a
recovery operation, cadaver
dogs were brought in to help
locate the dead.
"We still missed a
couple," he added grimly,
noting that they were found
by residents when they
were allowed to return and
inspect their homes.
"The debris was that


horrible."
Like many residents at
the time, Tompkins notes
that there was little, if any,
warning that a storm of such
magnitude was on its way to
the Florida coast.
"There was no warning
on the news," he said. "I
listened to the weather
before going to sleep that
night and they said to
expect some rain and some
weather, but nothing like
what we got.


"I remember talking to
people (after the storm)
about how it was 'eery' that
night that all of the water
had been sucked out, like a
really low tide."
"In the past 20 years,
forecasting weather has
improved tenfold, maybe
even more than that. Today
we have fairly decent
warnings when tornadoes
are going to form and
hurricane forecasting is
much better.


"Some people say we pull
the trigger (on evacuation
orders) too early, but I'm
still gun shy. You want to
give people the warning and
the time to evacuate. What
they do with that time is up
to them, but give them the
time to make that decision."
Twenty years after the
Storm of the Century, when
asked about March 13,
1993, Tompkins sums up
his feelings with five words:
"an all-around horrible day."


Splash pad scheduled to be completed by end of school


LAKE
Continued from page 1
that runs between Center
Street and Jefferson into a
sprawling lake.
"We have already had
the survey work done and
have purchased a parcel of
land needed for the project.
We have one additional


parcel that we are currently
working to obtain," Brown
said.
Additional grants will
be sought to fund walking
paths and additional
amenities around the lake.
The lake project was
among recommendations
outlined in the downtown
revitalization plan


commissioned by the
council last year. Additional
components include the
return of angle parking
around the courthouse and
the construction of a new
park that will feature a
grand pavilion, splash pad
and handicap accessible
playground.
Construction on the park,


christened Rosehead Park,
is well underway with the
completion of the pavilion
and the current work on the
accompanying cobblestone
parking and walking areas.
The building that will house
the pumps for the splash
pad, as well as restrooms
and a picnic pavilion, is also
under construction.


"They are putting the
shingles on today (Thursday)
and have to complete the
siding, which also has to be
painted," Brown said. "Our
goal is to have the pavilion
operational by early April.
We'll then continue work on
the other park features and
hope to have the splash pad
open by the end of school."


Brown also expressed
his thanks to Taylor
Correctional Institution
(TCI) for being
"instrumental" in the
progress that has been made.
"They have assigned a
special crew that is doing
the work on the pavers
and they are really doing
well."


Sydner's Lance wins award for 'Most Improved' campaign

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Other activities included
a pie in the face contest, a
drawing for gift cards and a
stainless steel cooker, a day
off with pay and reserved
parking.
"Buckeye knows their


strives to give them what
will jazz them up for their
campaign."
Another local campaign
spotlighted by UWBB
Tuesday was Sydner's
Lance, which was named
the Most Improved
Neighboring County


featured a 52 percent
increase in participation
and a 97 percent increasing
in giving, receiving a Gold
Award for raising between
$5.000 and $9,999.
"Education was key in
their campaign and Plant
Manager John Bradshaw


said. "They also included
incentives for their
employees including gift
cards, company store cards
and shirts."
Other local companies
recognized Tuesday were:
Chairman's Award ($25,000
to $49,999), BIS Industrial


($10,000 to $24,999),
Doctors' Memorial
Hospital, Foley Timber &
Land and Taylor County
School Board; Silver Award
($2,500 to $4,999), Buckeye
Community Federal Credit
Union, FairPoint and Taylor
County employees; and


$2,499), Big Top, Capital
City Bank, Gilman Building
Products, M.A. Rigoni,
Inc., Taylor County Senior
Services and Ware Oil &
Supply Co. Taylor's fund-
raising total was the most of
UWBB's seven neighboring
county campaigns.


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Youth Explosion at Radical National Temple


Mullet dinners on sale today
Solid Rock will be selling mullet dinners today (Friday).
The dinners $10 and include mullet with baked beans,
coleslaw, hushpuppies or bread, cake and soda.
Also available are fish sandwiches and fries
for $5.
Call 850-838-3908 for delivery. The, event is located at
1780 N. Jefferson St. in Perry.


Tallahassee pastor speaks here
New Jerusalem Primitive Baptist Church will present
'The 12 Tribes of Israel' on the third Sunday, March 17,
at 3 p.m.
Speaker for this occasion will be Elder Glen Robinson
of Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church in Tallahassee. The
Taylor County community is invited to "join members for
Christian fellowship and worship."


Churches' Lent services continue


Wednesday devotionals continue
During the Lenten season, noontime devotionals will
be held on Wednesdays at First Presbyterian Church on
Plantation Road, followed' by a simple lunch of soup and
bread.
The 30-minute devotionals will be led by Pastor Larry
Neal, and repeated at 7 p.m. after Family Night Suppers at
the church. The community is cordially invited.


Devotionals on Fridays
St. James Episcopal Church opens at 11 a.m. every
Wednesday morning for an hour of theditation and prayer.
The congregation extends an invitation to the community to
join in prayer and worship:
During Lent, St. James also opens its doors at 12:15 p.m.
on each Friday for the "Stations of the Cross" devotionals
which are open to all.


FBC 'Storehouse' plans bake sale


Exercise youi
right to attend
the church of
your choice.


Don't you just love a bake sale? All proceeds go toward the ministry
Supporters of 'Our Father's Storehouse'--a which supplies clothes to families in
ministry of the First Baptist Church--hope need.
you'll patronize their sale in the parking lot The sale begins at 11 a.m. and continues
of Walgreen's on Saturday, March 16. until 4 p.m.


SNew in town, or just wanting to learn more about our God?
Come Worship with us at

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Youth Explosion this weekend
Radical National Temple of Deliverance will hold a
Youth Explosion this weekend, March 15-16 at 1262 W.
Hampton Springs Ave. where Corey L. Neal is pastor.
Services begin at 7 p.m. on Friday, and at 10 a.m., 12 noon
and 7 p.m. Saturday. Elder Donnie Graham Jr. is the host.
Appreciation for Perkins
Triumph the Church and Kingdom of God in Christ will
hold an appreciation service for its shepherd, Elder Maurice
Perkins, and First Lady Ramona Perkins on Sunday, March
17, at 11 a.m. Everyone is invited.


The Pentecostals of Perry

Is hosting:
"Any More Questions?
by author, evangelist and Pastor
Joe Guinta
Saturday, March 16,
11 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Exploring the dual nature of
Christ.
There is no charge for this event
and it will include
donuts & coffee at 10:30
and lunch around noon.
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Jack Simpson, 80. of Nuttall Rise. avid reader, historian, expert diver.
amateur archeologist. loving brother and friend, diehard LI F Gator fan.
and wise old character, has not passed a\ay, except in bod\. He lives on
in our hearts and memories.
Jack was born in Palatka on May 1. 1932. and mIoM ed to Monticello
old Monticello High School. He attended the University of Florida in
Gainesville, and was elected to serve as the Commander of the Signma
Nu Fraternity there, where he made many friends with whom he kept in
S close contact for most of his life.
Following college, he ser ed in the Arm\ of the United States with the
101st airborne division at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Upon leaving the
Army. he returned to Monticello. where he was associated with Simpson
Nursery Company for several years.
After purchasing and moving to his beloved "Fish Camp" at Nuttall Rise, he began work as the Executive
Director with the United States Department of Agriculture in Perry, Florida. where he remained for 24 years.
While working in Perry, he served as President of the Perry Kiwanis Club for two consecutive y ears.
Jack retired and lived at his home in Nuttall Rise, on the beautiful Aucilla River, where he remained for the
next forty-five years. He was able to pursue his interest in the science of archeology when he approached the
University of Florida Archeology Department with questions about his impressive collection of arrowheads and
artifacts that were gathered over many years of diving in the Aucilla River'with various friends. After seeing
Jack's collection, it was decided that a team of divers from the university would form a project to explore the
river. He worked with the University of Florida team and helped guide their ten year dig there. His advice and
knowledge of the area were invaluable to the excavating team. Jack was able to apply and receive grants from
the National Geographic Society and the Florida Museum of Natural History to help sponsor the p..1.iLI that
became known as "The Aucilla River Prehistory Project". Spanning a twenty year period, from 1983-2003. this
project would go on to put the Aucilla River and the Nuttall Rise Ladson property "on the map". so to speak.
Eighteen nationally registered archeological sites were discovered on a two mile stretch of the river by the crews
working on this project. What began as a curiosity about the origin of his collected arrowheads and artifacts,
eventually turned into a world renowned project which would go forth to tag the Aucilla River Basin as one
of the most important archeological sites in the Northern Hemisphere. possibly the world. Thus, Jack can be
credited with making a major impact on the studies and science of the early inhabitants of North America.
Jack is survived by his sisters, Mary Simpson Orbe (Ernie), and Miranda Martinez., his nieces, Kendall
Schomberg (Aaron), and Emily Orbe, his nephews, Stuart Vernon, and Buckley Vernon (Arny), his cousins,
Sunny and Bill Bippus, his favorite brother-in-law and old diving buddy. Rusty Vernon (Carmel), his godson,
Mark Simpson Mosley, and his beloved dog and cat, RI and Bunch Boi.
The family wishes to thank Big Bend Hospice (Erica and crew) in Perry, the staff (Teniu, Liz and nurses) at the
Margaret Z. Dozier Hospice House in Tallahassec, and Bethany Hospice (Jordana) in Valdosta, Georgia. Thanks
also to Dr. Keith Beverly, Dr. Amanda May, and her PA, Bobbi Bk nii.":, ,all of Thomasville, Georgia. And last,
but most importantly, many thanks to the Golden Living ('enter staff in Thomasville. Georgia, who lovingly and
patiently provided remarkable care for .lJack in his last days.
For the many friends who gave their support to Jack and his sister Mary in his final months, there are no
words to convey the gratitude we feel. To Becky Lee, her husband Pat Tillman, and her whole fannily. to Eddie
Green. Joe and Nancy L[,atvis, John and Sue ..adson, Beil. Jean and Hoyt Horne. John and lDon Horre, Mary
and Melvin Vaughn, Sonny and Jamie Ellison, Leigh and Anne Perkins, Joann and Melvin i -,. Jim Dunbar,
Harry and Jackie Moses, Lisa Parrott, Suzanne Vereen, and many of his high school classmates, your love made
all things bearable. The journey would have been much harder without you all. Jack was a lucky man to have
gathered such a wide circle of friends. His love of solitude and his life of quiet existence on his beloved river,
formed the man we came to know and love. This passage surely represents him well.
"The answer is thai when a man has been there
and undergone the baptism of solitude, he can't
help himself. Once he has been under the spell of'
the vast, luminous, silent country, no other place
is quite strong enough for him, no other surroundings
can provide the supremely ini-f' ii, sensation of
existing in the midst of something that is absolute.
He will go back, whatever the cost in comfort or
money, for the absolute has no price." P. Bowles
At Jack's request, there will be no service. For anyone wishing to honor Jack's life, his wish would be to
reach out to any person or animal needing a helping hand. Any donations to honor him should go to Big Bend
Hospice or to the Margaret Z. Dozier Hospice House in Tallahassee. Florida, or to Bethany Hospice in Valdosta.
Georgia.


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Fishing Report



7.43 pound fish


wins tournament


BY PAT MCGRIFF
onemorecast @ gtcom.net
If I told you it would
take a 7.43-pound fish to
win the Special Olympics
Tournament top trout last
week would you have
believed it?
Well Michael Aman of
Perry along with Jody Davis,
also of Perry, took all the
money. Yep, they swept the
top trout, second trout (6.19
pounds for Jody) and took
the top two redfish 6.42 and
6.41 pounds. Oh, and did I
mention one of their reds had
seven spots so they won that
too!
Quite a day for this pair and
Michael reported they caught
their fish on MirOlures Catch
2000s and on Gulp. Where'?
Well you would have to have
a gun to get that info I would
imagine.
He did tell me they had
the two winning trout
hooked up at the same time
and had to net the sixer
while still having the 7-plus
pound fish on the line.
Impressive!
Elsewhere, folks caught
trout and reds in shallow
water (less than 3 feet) over
the weekend with most fish
coming in on plugs of some
variety. Cordell Redfins,
Bite-A-Bait Fighters and
Bomber Long-A's all took
good fish.
Water temperatures
went from 49 degrees last
Thursday to 63-64 degrees
on Sunday.
I fished with Terri and
Bobby Barrs of Shady Grove
and we landed 15 trout with
three over three pounds,
Monday in 18 25 knot w-i-
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The Barr's braved 18 20
knots early and caught fish
on Renegades and Bite-A-
Bait fighters until the w-i-n-d
decided to shift from south to
Southeast and increased over
20 knots and we shifted to
live shrimp under Back Bay
Thunders and landed our last
7 trout.
Here are two reports from
Keaton Beach Marina;
Last Friday, Greg Findley
of Pelham, Ga., and Tim
Findley of Gray, Ga., had 8
trout and one flounder using
white Gulp in 4-5 feet of
water.
On Saturday, Ray Ford
and Dave Busch, both of
Camilla, Ga., fished in nine
(9) feet of water with live
shrimp ... with NO cork ...
and caught their limit of
trout. How they arrived at
that particular pattern is the
question, but congrats on the
idea and the limit!
Hey, the 12th Annual
Steinhatchee Community
Saltwater Fishing tournament
is coming up Friday, April
19th and Saturday, April
20th.
The entry fee is $45 per
angler. Prizes for first and
second largest trout, red and
grouper are $600 and $300
for each category.
The top Sheepshead and
largest Flounder gets $350,
while the redfish with the
most spots will receive
$250.
The Captain's Meeting
will be on Thursday night
(April 18) at 7 p.m. at the
Steinhatchee Community
Center. Raffles, T-Shirts,
food and more will be at
the meeting. Put it on your
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Perry native Savannah Cantrell (left) battles for
the ball against a Valdosta State player. The two
teams battled to a 1-1 tie.


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tie Valdosta State


Last Friday night Darton
College, a team Perry native
Savannah Cantrell plays
for, faced off in a spring
soccer game against a very
competitive Valdosta State
University.
It was a back and forth
match in which Darton, a
junior college team, played
very well against the
Division II VSU Blazers.
Midway through the first
half the Blazers took a 1-0
lead on a through ball that
was knocked in the backside
of the goal by an VSU
player. That's how the half
ended.
In the second half Darton
came out playing with
passion getting several good
looks at goal. Finally at the
75 minute mark Darton was
able to put the equalizer in
with a 25 yard shot over the


VSU's keepers head. After
that the Cavaliers shut the
Blazers attack down and
sealed a 1-1 tie.
"It was fun playing
against VSU, we proved
we could play with them,
even out shooting them
on goal," said Cantrell. "I
think because we're a junior
college they don't expect
us to compete at the level
we do, but playing in the
JUCO National Tournament
the last 2 years gives us
confidence in our ability to
play competitive soccer."
This is Cantrell's last year
at Darton and she has yet
to decide if she wants to go
on or come back to Florida
to finish her education.
She said she will take one
more visit before deciding
whether to hang up her
cleats or not.


Suwannee dropping


The Suwannee River fell
below 26 feet at Branford,
so the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC)
has deactivated boating
restrictions on a portion of
the river. This idle-speed,
no-wake zone was activated
March 8.
The area, Zone 2,
stretches from the State
Road 51 Bridge at Luraville
to Little River Spring. This
18-mile segment becomes
an idle-speed, no-wake
zone when the Suwannee
River is at 26 feet or above
on the Branford gauge,
where flood stage is 29
feet.
An idle-speed, no-wake
zone means a vessel must
proceed at a speed no
greater than what is required
to maintain steerageway
and headway. At no time
is any vessel required to


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'Dogs win 3-2


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out 15, drives


in two runs


Taylor County High
pitcher Dylan Harty had one
of those days as he led his
Bulldog team to a 3-2 extra
inning victory over district
foe Madison Tuesday at
Perry's Pace Field.
Not only did the
left-hander pitch the entire
8 innings, striking out 15
batters while giving up only
4 hits -- he also went 3-for-3
at the plate, driving in 2 of
the Bulldogs' 3 runs.
"It was probably one
of the best individual
performances I've ever been
associated with," Bulldog
Coach Reggie Wentworth


said.
The Bulldogs blasted 12
hits in the game but had
trouble getting runners
across the plate.
Others getting hits for
Taylor County, now 8-4 on
the season (2-0 district),
included LaDarian Smiley
(2-5), Justin Folsom (3-5),
Daniel Wentworth (2-3,
run), Andrew McBride (1-4)
and Chance Rodgers (1-4).
The 'Dogs were scheduled
to travel to Thomasville
(Ga.) on Thursday before
entertaining district foe
East Gadsden on Friday
beginning at 6:30 p.m.


TCMS crushes


Lake City 18-4

By AUSTIN LAGO
The Taylor County Middle School baseball team traveled
to Lake City Wednesday to play Richardson Middle School
and earned a convincing 18 to 4 victory.
The local squad got off the bus swinging hot bats scoring 6
runs on 6 hits in the first inning. The bats continued to blaze
as the Bulldogs pounded a total of 15 hits. Offensively Zach
Fike swung the big bat going 4 for 5 including a triple, double,
2 singles and 3 RBl's. Others having big nights included Will
Albritton (2-2, double, 4 RBIs), Willie Elder (2-3, 2 RBIs),
Caleb Wentworth (1-3), Josh Mixon (1-3), Owen Moon (1-2)
and Trevor McNeese (1-2).
Defensively Wentworth led the Bulldogs on the mound
surrendering 1 earned run on 3 hits, 1 strikeout and 2 walks.
Elder made his first mound appearance for the Bulldogs this
year and surrendered 0 runs, 0 hits, walked 1 and struck out 1.
"Another good win for the team. Everyone got to see some
action and that is always a positive. I'm proud for Trevor
McNeese who recorded his first hit as a Bulldog and I was
impressed with how Elder handled himself on the mound,"
Coach Jimmy Mincy commented after the game.
On Monday the Bulldogs hosted the undefeated Wakulla
Riversprings Bears. The game had 4 lead changes with both
teams battling until the last out. When all was done the game
ended in a 6 to 6 tie due to time restraints.
Fike had another strong pitching performance giving up
only 4 earned runs and allowing 6 hits. 3 walks while striking
out 7 before being relieved by Wentworth. Wentworth shut
down Wakulla allowing 0 runs, 0 hits, 1 walk and striking
out 1. Six fielding errors plagued the defense and was the
difference between winning and tying the game.
Offensively Mikey Hammock and Fike led the Bulldogs at
the plate both going 2 for 4. Others contributing offensively
included Elder (1-3), Wentworth (1-3) and Henry Blue (1-3).


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A-8 Perry News-Herald
March 15-16, 2013


Irish mezzo-soprano will


sing Sunday at Opperman


'Oz' may be not great and



powerful, but it's enjoyable


If you ask most people to name three
or four of the most iconic films in history,
MGM's 1939 musical "The Wizard of Oz"
would be included by just about all of them.
Based on the novel by L. Frank Baum,
it tells the story of young Dorothy Gale,
who is swept away from her Kansas farm
with her little dog Toto to the magical
and wonderful world of Oz. Meeting the
Scarecrow, the Tinman and the Cowardly
Lion, they set off along the Yellow Brick
Road to find the great Wizard, who is said
to grant wishes.
Although Baum would go
on to write 14 "Oz" children's
books, a true sequel was never
made to the film (can you
see that happening today?),
although Disney made an
unofficial sequel in 1985
which involved Dorothy
getting sent to an insane
asylum for electroshock
treatments to cure her of her ',
strange dreams.
Since MGM still holds the
rights to the original films,
while the Baum's book
has entered public domain,
Disney's latest venture, "Oz the Great and
Powerful," is technically a prequel to the
novel rather than the musical.
Directed by Sam Raimi ("Spider-Man,"
"Army of Darkness"), the film sets out to
tell the story of how the Wizard first arrives
in Oz and how his interactions with its
witches set into motion events that will
either save or destroy the entire realm. .
Although comparisons between this and
last week's "Jack the Giant Slayer" seem
pretty clear, I'd say "Oz" is more in line with
2011's "Alice in Wonderland"--not terribly
surprising since the two share producers.
Both films set out to expand the world of
its predecessor, but in each case, the stories
and wonders they hint at are actually more
interesting than the ones we get on screen.
Despite its lengthy two hour, 10 minute
runtime, I was left wanting more insight
into the world of Oz and its varied residents.
Still, "Oz" is much more focused than
"Jack the Giant Slayer" and the distraction
of a murky and inconsistent tone is nowhere
to be found here.
The story begins in Kansas, where we
meet two-bit magician Oscar Diggs (James


Franco, "Rise of the Planet of the Apes"),
better known as Oz. A charlatan and a
womanizer, his goal in life is not to be a
.good man, but a great one, a pursuit cut
short when his attempt to flee an unhappy
husband leads to take a balloon ride directly
into the path of a tornado.
Waking up in a strange land filled with
magical creatures, Oz meets Theodora the
Good (Mila Kunis, "Black Swan"), who
tells him that a prophecy has told of a
wizard who will come and save the realm
from the Wicked Witch. He is first unsure
of this dangerous-sounding
mission, but he is wooed by
the promise of the kingdom's
royal treasure, which would
be his should he defeat the
witch.
Among the other residents
he meets are Theodora's sister
Evanora (Rachel Weisz, "The
Bourne Legacy"), the flying
monkey Finley (Zach Braff,
"Scrubs"), a little china girl
(Joey King, "Ramona and
Beezus" and Glinda.(Michelle
Williams, "My Week with
Marilyn").
"Oz the Great and Powerful" is a fun-
filled romp, although if you strip away
the flashy special effects and pretty actors,
there's not a huge amount of meat on the
story's bones. As I said before, there were
moments where 1 wanted to see the bigger
picture, never more so than when Oz and
Finley discover the broken remains of
China Town, where they find the now
orphaned China Girl. Although dwelling
too long on what amounts to genocide in a
family movie would be a bit too dark, they
opened the door and by refusing to fully
step inside, the whole affair feels hollow.
(The same could be said to the Mad Hatter's
heartbreaking tale of what happened to the
people of Wonderland under the rule of the
Red Queen in "Alice in Wonderland, which
amounted to wasted opportunity.)
Overall, "Oz the Great and Powerful" is.
a solid film with fun action, great special
effects and just enough (lawyer-approved,
I'm sure) references' to the 1939 classic to
bring back feelings of nostalgia.
The film is rated PG for sequences of
action and scary images, and brief mild
language.


'Life of P' is simply beautiful


We often discuss filmmaking as an art
form, something it indeed is. Less often,
'however, do we talk about films as art.
Proving that you can indeed have both
is "Life of Pi," from director Ang Lee
("Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,"
"Brokeback Mountain"). The film, which
took home four Academy Awards last month,
including Best Director, is now available on
DVD and Blu-ray.
There is such a sense of artistry
surrounding this movie that you could likely
enlarge any random frame of film and put in
on your wall as you would any painting.
The movie, about a young i
man stranded at sea with .
only a hungry Bengal tiger
as company, is not only a
magnificently told story, but it
is presented with an incredible
eye for visual beauty.
"Life of Pi" is a serious
movie with a whimsical soul,
featuring a tale of endurance,
survival, faith and most
especially, life.
The story begins in Canada,
where an adult Pi Patel (Irrfan Khan,
"Slumdog Millionaire") is approached by a
reporter (Rafe Spall, "Anonymous") having
heard that he has a grand story to tell. Pi
agrees to talk, beginning with his childhood
living in India where his father ran a zoo.
He recounts his various encounters with the
religions of the world and his search for God.
When Pi (newcomer Suraj Sharma) is a
teenager, his father decides to sell the zoo's
animals and move the family to Canada.
Traveling on a cargo ship through the Pacific
Ocean, Pi finds himself stranded after the
ship sinks in a storm, alone but for a few
animals who also escaped. Among them is
Richard Parker, a Bengal tiger who naturally
sees him not as a traveling companion but a
source of food.
As the days turn into weeks, Pi struggles
to maintain his faith, his hope for rescue, his
sanity and his life, both from the elements
and Richard Parker. It is a journey that will
change him forever, as it will those who hear


his story.
Although several directors tried their
hand at adapting Yann Martel's best-selling
novel--called by many unfilmable--it's hard
to imagine that anyone other than Lee could
have done what he has. Credit must also
go to screenwriter David Magee ("Finding
Neverland") and cinematographer Claudio
Miranda ("The Curious Case of Benjamin
Button") for the film's ultimate success, as
well as the countless special effect geniuses
for providing the incredibly realistic CGI
animals, including Richard Parker. Mirando
and the special effects teams also received
Academy Awards for their
work.
. J Of course, it's also hard
to say too much about the
performance given by Sharma,
who beat out some 4,000 other
F hopefuls in the film's open
I. casting call. Reportedly only
'J .:." going to the audition to support
his brother, Sharma is a natural
and has to be on the shortlist
of the top performances of the
year.
I should warn parents that the film's PG
rating is somewhat misleading. Although
this is definitely a movie which can and
should be enjoyed as a family, there are
several particularly intense scenes shortly
after the shipwreck involving a number of
the animals that could be too much for young
children.
"Life of Pi" is beautiful in both story and
visual presentation, with both wonderful
directing and acting.
The film is rated PG for emotional
thematic content throughout, and some scary
action sequences and peril.
On Tuesday, "Life of Pi" arrived on a three-
disc Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD combo pack,
and two-disc Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and
DVD. The three-disc edition is loaded with
more than two hours of behind-the-scenes
special features, including deleted scenes,
five featurettes that dive into the making of
the visual effects, 60' pieces of inspirational
artwork, storyboards and more.


The Tallahassee Artist
Series welcomes Irish singer
Naomi O'Connell Sunday,
March 17, to perform at 4
p.m. at Opperman Music
Hall.
Hailed by The New York
Times as "a radiant mezzo-
soprano," O'Connell is the
first prize winner of the
2011 Concert Artists Guild
Victor Elmaleh Competition
and the Altamura/Caruso
International Voice
Competition.
A gifted musician
and natural performer,
O'Connell balances her
love of opera with that of art
song, musical theatre and
popular song with repertoire
ranging from Schumann,
Strauss and Ravel to
Bernstein, Sondheim and
Randy Newman.
O'Connell made her
Lincoln Center debut in
March 2011 in the Juilliard
Honors Recital at Alice
Tully Hall with pianist Brent
Funderburk. She spent the
summers of 2011 and 2012
performing chamber music
at the Marlboro Music
Festival in Vermont, where
her 2012 performance of
Ravel's Trois Poemes de
St6phane Mallarm6 was
hailed by The Boston Globe
as "outstanding--her voice
cool, precisely controlled
and perfect for this music."
Brought up in County
Clare, Ireland, O'Connell


holds a master of music
degree from The Juilliard
School and is currently
pursuing the Artist Diploma
in opera studies program
with voice teacher Dr.
Robert White. The Irish
Arts Council supports her
studies and she has been
awarded the Maurice R.


Boyd Scholarship for
Vocal Studies and the
Makiko Narumi Prize for
outstanding mezzo-soprano
by The Juilliard School.
General admission tickets
to Sunday's concert are $30
each. For more information
or to purchase tickets, visit
theartistseries.org.


Irish mezzo-soprano Naomi O'Connell will
perform Sunday, March 17, at 4 p.m. at Opperman
Music Hall in Tallahassee.


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March continues to roll
on and this week we get two
new movies in wide release.
"The Call" features
Halle Berry ("X-Men") as
a 911 operator who takes a
call from a kidnapped teen
forcing her to confront her
past and her biggest mistake
if she wants to have any
chance of saving a young
girl's life. The thriller looks
like it will be a tension-
filled affair and Berry is a
wonderful actress to have as
the lead, even if she hasn't


had many starring roles of
late.
The film is rated R for
violence, disturbing content
and some language.
Meanwhile, "The
Incredible Burt
Wonderstone" is a comedy
from the writers of "Horrible
Bosses" about rival Las
Vegas magicians. Veteran
acts Burt Wonderstone
(Steve Carell, "Crazy,
Stupid, Love.") and Anton
Marvelton (Steve Buscemi,
"Boardwalk Empire") find


themselves being pushed
to the side by the edgy
stunts of newcomer Steve
Gray (Jim Carrey, "Mr.
Popper's Penguins"). There
are probably some good
laughs to be found in this
one between the cast and
the concept, but the trailers
have done little to bring
them to light.
The movie is rated PG-
13 for sexual content,
dangerous stunts, a drug-
related incident and
language.


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FEB. 20 MARCH 17
The Hippodrome continues
its 2012-13 season with "King
'0 The Moon:' It's 1968 in
Buffalo, N.Y., 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.
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.
MARCH 21-31
The Tallahassee Little
Theatre's Coffeehouse
Series presents "Dead Man's
Cellphone." In this surrealist
comedy, an ordinary woman,
Jean, inadvertently answers
the cell phone of a stranger
whose life is the opposite
of hers. Jean's actions
soon snowball leading her
to people and places that
simultaneously inspire and
appall her as she learns
about love and life in the
frustrating limbo of this
cellular world. For more
information about showtimes
and ticket prices, visit www.
tallahasseelittletheatre.com
or call 850-224-8474.
MARCH 22
The Tallahassee Broadway
Series presents "The
Midtown Men," who are taking
their sensational sound
on the road for their third
national tour and will be at
the Tallahassee-Leon County
Civic Center at 7:30 p.m.


THEATRE
The production reunites four
stars from the original cast
of Broadway's "Jersey Boys."
Tony Award winner Christian
Hoff, Michael Longoria,
Daniel Reichard and Tony
Award nominee J. Robert
Spencer star in this one-of-
a-kind concert experience
celebrating the music that
defined the '60s.
Tickets are $39.50 to $78.50
and can be purchased online
at www.ticketmaster.com or
by calling 800-322-3602. For
more information, visit www.
tlccc.org.
MARCH 29 APRIL 7
The Florida State University
School of Theatre concludes
its regular season with
William Shakespeare's
"Much Ado About Nothing"
at The Lab Theatre in
Tallahassee. Benedick and
Beatrice are tricked into
confessing their love for each
other; Claudio is tricked into
rejecting 'Hero at the altar.
Shakespeare's comedy
shows audiences how love
can start with gossip, rumors,
eavesdropping and deceit
and still end in the joyous
celebration of two marriages.
Recommended for all ages.
Showtimes are: March 29-30
and April 3-6 at 8 p.m. and
March 31 and April 7 at
2 p.m.Tickets are $20 for
adults, $18 for seniors and
$10 for students. Tickets
can be purchased online at
tickets.fsu.edu or by calling
850-644-6500. For more
information, visit theatre.fsu.
edu.
CLASSIC MUSIC
MARCH 17
Irish singer Naomi O'Connell
will perform in concert
at 4 p.m. in Opperman


Music Hall as part of the
Tallahassee Artist Series.
Hailed by The New York
Times as "a radiant mezzo-
soprano," O'Connell was
the first prize winner of the
2011 Concert Artists Guild
Victor Elmaleh Competition
and the Altamura/Caruso
International Voice
Competition. General
admission tickets are $30
each. For more information
or to purchase tickets, visit
theartistseries.org.


MARCH 21
The North Florida
Community College Artist
Series concludes its 2012-
13 season with "Ain't I A
Woman!" by CORE Ensemble
at Van H. Priest Auditorium
in Madison at 7 p.m.The
concert is an exploration of
the trials and triumphs of four
passionate and accomplished
women: renowned novelist/
anthropologist Zora Neale
Hurston, ex-slave/fiery
abolitionist Sojourner
Truth, exuberant folk artist
Clementine Hunter, and
fervent civil rights worker
Fannie Lou Hamer.The music
is drawn from the spirituals
and blues of the Deep South,
the urban vitality of the Jazz
Age and contemporary
African American composers,
featuring cello, piano,
percussion and theatrical
narrative. Tickets are $12
for adults, $6 for children
(ages 12 and under) and
NFCC students. For more
information, visit www.nfcc.
edu.

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


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A-10 Perry News-Herald March 15-16, 2013















Yards sales. Fri.'s and Sat.'s, 9 For rent. 1 bedroom fully furnished Great home or rental property. 3
a.m. until, 115-121 E. Green St. trailer. Nice, quiet area. Utilities bedroom, 1 1/2 bath wood frame
Downtown Perry. and satellite included. 1 adult only, house in city limits close to
03/08-03/15 no pets, no kids. $150 weekly and schools and parks. 920
$150 deposit. Call (850) 295- Washington St., recently


Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. until,
3498 Hwy. 19 South (Taylor
Storage Center across from Taylor
Tech). Jan's Corner. Just in: trailer
load of items. Wooden
pulpit/lectern, pictures, books,
VCR movies, DVD's, glassware,
knives-fixed blade & lockback
blade, 3 ball trailer hitch, tools,
table and 4 chairs, work bench,
gas fireplace, computer desk,
baby items and clothes, double
tricycles, small appliances, TV's
and much more.

Yard sale. Saturday, 205 Palmetto
St., 8 until noon. Exterior doors,
windows, closet doors, household
items, four wheeler (needs work),
ceiling fans, entertainment center,
jewelry, window treatments,
stampin up stamp sets and sizzix
die cut machine.

Yard sale. Saturday, 603 E. Main
St., from 7 until noon. Easter
dresses (girls), baby items and
lots more.

Yard sale. In Shady Grove on
Lawrence Rowell Rd., Friday and
Saturday, 7 a.m. until. And on
Sunday after church. We have a
Providence Oak Table with 6
coaster chairs, two leafs canr be
removed for $250. Call (850) 584-
2297.



Bridal Wreath, Loropetalum, Gulf
Beauty Plum blooming! Growing
old favorites and improved
varieties for our area since 1975.
Price and quality matter at Turkey
Roost Nursery. 584-7395, 6740
Abe Whitfield Lane. 6 miles S.
Puckett Rd, 2 miles W. Courtney
Grade.
DW, 03/15-03/22'

For sale. Old Train Depot Bricks,
over one hundred years old. $350
per thousand, you clean. $450 per
thousand, we clean. Will deliver in
Perry. Call Bruce (850) 295-3200.
03/13-03/29

For sale. Cabela's custom, Camo,
seat covers for 2010 Dodge $100,
Xterra jogging stroller $150. Call
(850) 223-1455.
TS, 03/13-03/15

For sale. 1 chocolate overstuffed
sofa, $100, 1 solid wood, drop-leaf
table with 2 chairs $100, queen
size bed $100, small 3 drawer
dresser $35. Call (850) 223-1692.
03/06-03/15

Moving Sale. Hot tub, hospital
bed, day bed, 52" TV., furniture,
tiller. Call (850) 371-2826.
03/06-03/15


Cash for junk cars and trucks, free
removal. 7 days a week. Call (386)
658-1030 or (904) 887-8513.
02/08-04/19



Blue Heeler Pups. 2 males, 11
weeks old. All shots and (D)
wormed. In Perry on March 15-19.
Call (772) 342-2109.
03/15



FIGHTERS WANTED.
Have what it takes? Step in the
cage March 23rd. For more
information call (386)365-2273 or
(386) 364-8888.
03/06-03/20



For rent. Efficiency apartment
$150 weekly. Includes electric,
water, cable. $300 security,
deposit, no pets. call (850) 843-
1300.
03/15-03/22

Garage apartment for rent. 1
bedroom, 1 bath. Adults only, no
pets. $150 weekly, includes
electric and water. $150 deposit
required. Call (850) 295-2593.
02/22,03/01,03/08,03/15

1/2 acre trailer lot, with well,
septic, and power pole provided.
Quiet neighborhood. Call (850)
584-9261.
03/08-03/20


1968. remodeled $39,900. Call (850)
03/15-04/03 295-1489.
02/22-03/29


FOR RENT. 1 bedroom, 1 bath,
second story apartment, near
Keaton Beach. $675 monthly plus
deposit. Includes utilities, pets are
extra, adults only. Call (850) 578-
2356. Leave message.
03/06-03/15

Taking applications for rental. 3
bedroom, 2 bath, located in
Everett's mobile home park. Rent,
$500 monthly, includes water,
sewer and garbage. Deposit $300,
excellent references and credit
required, must apply in person.
Call (850) 584-70:94 and 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

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.
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Appartment for rent. 1 bedroom, 1
bath, fully furnished. All utilities
included, $155 weekly, $200
deposit. No pets, no smoking. Call
(850) 363-8196.
03/13-03/29

For rent. 4 bedroom, 2 bath, on 5
acres. $800 first, last and security,
1 year lease. Call (727)-267-3431.
03/13-03/15

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
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TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR
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Rent based on income with
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qualified applicants. Call
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Westgate Rooms available for
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daily, $595-$635 per month.
RV sites $20 daily, $100 weekly,
$350 monthly. Tax included. 1627
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everything included for monthly
$595 (required $45 deposit),
$175-$240 weekly or $40 daily
(tax included). 317 N. Byron Butler
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For sale by owner. 3 bedroom, 2
bath home, partially fenced with
pond in back yard. Search
forsalebyowner.com, property
number 23933917. $160,000, call
(850) 838-6311.
01/18,25, 02/1,8,15,22, 03/01,
8,15,22,29

For sale. Great location.
Commercial brick building located
at intersection of Ash St. and Hwy.
221. 3,000 square feet, offers 2
store fronts or offices and a 3
bedroom, 2 bath house attached
to rear. Asking $185,000. Call
(850) 838-6077 or (717) 792-
5087.
03/15-04/24

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bedroom, 2 bath, with fireplace
and back porch on 1/2 acre.
$39,900. Call (386) 288-1764.
03/06-03/15

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mobile home, nice and clean, you
move. Located in Perry. $4,995
OBO. Call (850) 223-1448.
03/06-03/15

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investment property. 1,600 sq. ft.
commercial building in city limits.
Reduced to $54,900 located at
409 E. 27. Call (850) 295-1489.
02/22-03/29

Land for Sale, 221 North between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo
Parker Rd: 1 acre lots with paved
roads. Owner financing available.
Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
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The Taylor County Construction
Industry Licensing Board
has openings for volunteer board
members. If you have
construction experience and are
interested in this volunteer
position, please contact Jami
Boothby at the Taylor County
Building Department at 838-3500
Ext. 110 or come by the Taylor
County Building Department
located at 201 E. Green Street,
Perry, Florida.
03/06,03/15

The Third Judicial Circuit currently
has the following position
available: User Support Analyst.
For more information go to:
www.jud3.flcourts.org
JS, 03/15-03/20

Certified Nursing Assistant with
Long Term Care experience F/T 3-
11, P/T 3-11 Cook/Dietary Aide,
Experienced only, Full time
weekdays and alternating
weekends. Willing to train the right
person.
Madison Health and
Rehabilitation Center, EOE,
F/M/DN Benefits for full-time:
health and dental insurance, life
insurance and paid time off (PTO).
Apply in person at Madison Health
and Rehabilitation Center
2481 West US 90 Madison, Fl.
32340.
03/15-03/27

Taylor County is accepting
applications for a
PLANNING BOARD MEMBER
This is a volunteer position that
meets on the first Thursday of
every month at 6 p.m. to discuss
land development issues, building
and setback variances,
commercial developments, etc.
For more information or to get an
application call 838-3500 Ext. 1 or
come by the Taylor County
Building & Planning Department
located at 201 East Green Street
or visit www.taylorcountygov.com
03/06,03/15

Accounting Associate
AMTEC Less-Lethal Systems,
Inc. (ALS) has an open position for
an Accounting Associate.The
successful candidate will join our
operation currently being
constructed at 6000 N US 19,
Perry, FL. The position will be
responsible for processing
accounts payable and accounts
receivable transactions.Typical
duties include; interfacing with
customers/vendors to resolve
billing and payment inquires, past
due collection efforts, processing
credit memos, invoices,
statements and vouchers,
maintaining customer and vendor
master records, interfacing with an
ERP system, and assisting
Accounting Manager with month
end closing process. A High
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combination of education and
experience are required along
with a proven ability to
communicate well both verbally
and in writing with peers and
management. If interested, send
your resume to
careers@lesslethal.com or to
AMTEC Less-Lethal Systems,
Inc., PO Box 931, Perry, FL 32348
no later than March 22, 2013.
03/13-03/20
ALS


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Current Job Openings: $7.79 per
hour-for part time openings.
Boat Ramp Attendant, Day Camp
Staff, Sports Complex
Consession Worker, Roll-Off Site
Attendant,
Applications are at
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Call today 838-1280. Firewood for
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JM Handyman Home Repairs,
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Mutts Cutts Dog Grooming by
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IN THE CIRCUIT CIVIL COURT OF
THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CITIBANK, N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR
THE HOLDERS OF BSABS 2007-SD3
Plaintiff,
vs.
Case No,
62-2012-CA-000331
LARRY FLOYD, SR TERESA A.
FLOYD A/K/A TERESA
FLOYD AND UNKNOWN
TENANTS/OWNERS,
Defendants.
Division
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice Is hereby given, pursuant
to Final Judgment of Foreclosure
for Plaintiff entered in this cause
on February 28, 2013, in the
Circuit Court of Taylor County,
Florida, I will sell the property
situated in Taylor County, Florida
described as:
LOT 16 OF THE BOWDEN
SUBDIVISION, AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 1 PAGE 188 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
2007 FLEETWOOD RV, INC MOBILE
HOME, VIN(S)
GAFL675A78681CD21 AND
GAFL675B78681 CD21.
and commonly known as: 3231
VERA LN, PERRY, FL 32347;
including the building,
appurtenances, and fixtures
located therein, at public sale,
to the highest and best bidder,
for cash, Sales are held at the
front steps of tbe Taylor County
Courthouse., on March 28, 2013
at 11: 00a.m.
Any persons claiming an interest
In the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the is pendens
must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale,
Dated this 1 day of March, 2013
Clerk of the Circuit Court


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Annie Mae Murphy
By: Marti Lee DC
Deputy Clerk
Invoice to:
Alexander J. Marqua
(813) 229-0900 x 1208
Kass Shuler, P,A,
P.O. Box 800
Tampa, FI 33601-0800


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.: 62-2009-CA-000618
DIVISION:
vs.
PATRICIA L. WILLIAMS et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated
February 28, 2013 and entered In
Case No. 62-2009-CA-000618 of
the Circuit Court of the THIRD
Judicial Circuit in and for TAYLOR
County, Florida wherein
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK,
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC1, is
the Plaintiff and PATRICIA L.
WILLIAMS; are the Defendants,
The Clerk of the Court will sell to
the highest and best bidder for
cash at 108 N. JEFFERSON STREET
ON THE FRONT STEPS OF THE
TAYLOR COUNTY COURTHOUSE
at 11:OOAM, on the 30TH day of
APRIL, 2013, the following
described property as set forth In
said Final Judgment:
LOT 10, LESS THE NORTH 10 FEET
THEREOF, AND ALL OF LOT 12 OF
BLOCK 5 OF UNIT NO. 2 OF
COLONIAL HOMES, INC., A
SUBDIVISION IN PERRY, FLORIDA,
ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR
PLAT OF SAID UNIT NO. 2 OF
COLONIAL HOMES, INC. ON
RECORD IN THE OFFICE OF THE
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN
PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 76.
A/K/A 108 MCCALL STREET,
PERRY, FL 32347
Any person claiming an Interest







A-11 Perry News-Herald March 15-16, 2013


In the surplus from the sale, If any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the LIs Pendens
must file a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
of this Court on March 1, 2013.
Annie M, Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Martl Lee DC
Deputy Clerk
Publish In Perry Newspapers
Invoice To:, Ronald R Wolfe &
Associates, P.L.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F09098458 CHASEDIRECT-
SPECFHLMC--Team 3 -
F09098458
**See Americans with Disabilities
Act
if you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation In order to
participate In this proceeding,
you are entitled, ,at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain.
assistance. Please'contact:
Ms. Yanel Gonzalez
P. O. Box 1569
173 N.E. Hernando St., Room 408
Lake City, FL 32056-1569
Phone: 386-754-1569
Fax: 386-758-2162


FLORIDA
File #. 13-038CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ALICE MARGARITA BLASKE
Division Probate
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of ALICE MARGARITA BLASKE,
deceased, whose date of death
was October 26, 2012, file
number 13-038CP, Is pending In
the Circuit Court for Taylor
County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which Is Post


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Office Box 620, Perry, Florida,
32347, The names and addresses
of the personal representative
and the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice Is required to be served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM,
All other creditors of. the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice Is March 15, 2013.


Attorney for Pe
Representative:
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Florida Bar No, 0357537
Williams, Gautier, G
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2010 Delta Boulevard
Tallahassee, FL 32303
Telephone: (850) 386-3300
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CENTENNIAL BANK f/k/a
GULF STATE COMMUNITY BANK,
Plaintiff
CASE NO, 12-CA-00240
v.
GBBB, L.L.C., a/k/a GBBB, L,L.C,,
a FlorIda Corporation, a/k/a
GBBB, L.L.C,, a Florlda Limited
Llablilty Company;
SOUTHPOINT INDUSTRIES, INC., a
Florida Corporation; UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
#2;
UNKNOWN TENANT #3; and
UNKNOWN
TENANT #4,
Defendants.
CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE UNDER
CHAPTER 45, FLORIDA STATUTES
NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT, In
accordance with the Final
Judgment dated March 7, 2013,
In the above-styled case, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for
cash at the Taylor County
Courthouse, 108 North Jefferson
Street, Perry, Florida 32348 on
April 9, 2013, at 11:00 a.m./pm.,
In accordance With Florida
Statute 45.031, the following
described real property located
at 1101/1103 and 1107/1109 S.
Center Street, Perry, Taylor
County, Florida, 32348:
The North 76.50 feet of Lot 1,
Block 1 of the Hendry Addition to
the Town of Perry, Florida as
recorded In the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Taylor
County, Florida, and Lot 4 and
the South 18.5 feet of Lot 1, Block
1 of the Hendry Addition to the
Town of Perry, Florida as
recorded In the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Taylor
County, Florida.


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ANNIE MAE MURPHY
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT,
TAYLOR COUNTY
By: Marti Lee DC 3-7-13
Deputy Clerk
(seal)


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
CAPITAL CITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO. 12-616-CA
-vs
ROGELIO JOSE VALDES and
NANCY MARIN VALDES,
Defendants.
/
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE Is hereby given that
ANNIE MAE MURPHY, Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Taylor County,
Florida, will on the 28th day of
March, 2013, at 11:00 a.m. at the
Taylor County Courthouse' In
Perry, Florida, offer for sale and
sell at public outcry to the
highest and
best bidder for cash, the
following described property
situated In Taylor County, Florida,
to-wit:
Parcel I.D. #21-02-06-01389-250
Commence at a concrete
monument marking the
Southeast corner of the North
half of'the Northwest Quarter of
the Northeast Quarter of Section
21, Township 2 South, Range 6
East, Taylor County, Florida and
run South 89"57'18" West, along
the South boundary of the North
half of the Northwest Quarter of
the Northeast Quarter of said
Section 21, 422.61 feet to the
Point of Beginning, thence from
said Point of Beginning continue
South 89"57'18" West, along said
South boundary of the North half
of the Northwest Quarter of the


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Northeast Quarter of Section 21,
435.67 feet to a point, thence
North
544.08 feet to a point on the
South right of way line of County
Road 14, said point being on a
curve concave to the South,
thence run In a Southeasterly
direction along said right of way
line and curve, having a radius of
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angle of 08'56'37", for an arc
length of 439.40 feet, chord of
said arc being South 8259'24"
East 438.95 feet to a point,
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Point of Beginning containing
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Parcel I.D. #16-04-07-02784-180
Commence at the Point of
Intersection of the South
boundary line of SW 1/4 of SE 1/4
of Section 16, T4S;, R7E, and the
West right of way line of County
Road No. 361-A as the Point of
Beginning and run N 00'12'16" W
along said right of way line,
384.65 feet to the centerline of a
60,foot road right of way, utility
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433.87 feet to the Point of
Beginning. Said parcel contains
3.57 acres and is located in the
SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Section 16,
T4S, R7E, Taylor County, Florida
(LOT 18)
Subject to and together with the
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pursuant to the Final Judgment
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pending In said Court, the style of
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the docket number of which Is
12-616-CA, Any person claiming
an Interest In the surplus from the
sale, If any, other than the
property owner as of the date of
the Iis pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS my hand and the official
seal of said Court, this 5 day of
March, 2013.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
Martl Lee DC
By: Marti Lee
Deputy Clerk
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than my own effective as of
March 7th, 2013.


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7. Therapeutic resort
10. His ark
12. Organized crime heads
14. Actor Connery
15. Free from danger
16. Honey badger
17. Part of a deck
1.8. Cause to run off the tracks
20. Classical music form
22. Defensive nuclear weapon
23. Volt-ampere
24. "Socrate" composer Erik
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30. Tlhe 44h President
35. Aboriginal (abbr.)
36. Wedding vow
37. 21st Hebrew letter
1. Autonomic nervous system
2. Highway
3. Eating house
4. Afrikaans
5. Likely
6. Foot digits
7. Place to sit
8. For in Spanish
9. Also or including
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12, Black Sea peninsula
13. Language ol. Slovakia
14. Divine Egyptian beetle
19. What a baby wears to cal
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25. Positive pole
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50. Smoothed wood
53. Old Testament book
56. Japanese lake with marimo
57. Card, dining or coffee
59. Checks
61. Telephone exchange (abbr.)
62. Greek covered walks or
colonnades
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64. No. French river
65. Airborne (ahbr.)
66. Shock therapy

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40. Ardor
41. Aspects
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52. ()rganized Iaclual information
53. A scheme or program
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56. Signing
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Horoscopes


ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20
Are you ready for surprises, Aries? If not,
loosen up a little bit because there is a
little excitement in store for you. It will
come when you least expect it.

TAURUS Apr 21/May 21
You may need an extra dose of patience
this week, Taurus. Some difficult tasks are
ahead and you will be in charge of getting
things back to normal.

GEMINI May 22/Jun 21
Gemini, though many things can induce
stress, the infectious sound of children's
laughter will quickly take you out of
a slump. Take some time to enjoy the
simpler things in life.

CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22
Cancer, some issues that require your
attention arise at the office even though
you may feel you have already devoted
enough time to work responsibilities this
week.

LEO Jul 23/Aug 23
A memorable night is on the horizon, Leo.
It may be Wednesday or Thursday, so plan
to look your best on those days. Romance
could be in the air as well.

VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22
Virgo, before reacting to something this
week, take a few deep breaths before
saying or doing anything. This way you can
be sure you are not engaging in a knee-
jerk reaction.

LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23
Libra, someone you can trust will be by
your side this week when you need the
most support. He or she also can help with
sorting through financial concerns.


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SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22
Scorpio, you may need to take a look at
your finances and any things you can
do to address any issues. Tweak things
that have not been working as you had
hoped.

SAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21
Sagittarius, make some concessions if
it means keeping the peace around the
house. Sometimes you have to simply sit
back and let others be in the spotlight.

CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20
Capricorn, take a few moments to think
about what you expect from a particular
person and then develop a strategy that
will bring you to that end. It sounds easy,
but it will require effort.

AQUARIUS- Jan 21/Feb 18
Sometimes things last, but other times
they fizzle away, Aquarius. You may
not be able to predict the outcome of
everything, but you can take steps to
protect the things you want to save.

PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20
Others will quickly figure out that there
is no one quite like you, Pisces. You are a
great friend to be around.


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