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JROTC sells chicken dinners SaturdayTaylor County High School JROTC will host a chicken dinner fund-raiser Saturday, March 23, in the Wal-Mart parking lot. All proceeds will assist cadets with traveling expenses to area drill meets.AMVETS honors veterans with free BBQ this SaturdayAMVETS Post 20 will host its annual BBQ for veterans Saturday, March 23, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Jefferson Street Square center (located at 1000 South Jefferson Street). All veterans are invited to attend, free of charge.Health fair planned Saturday at Jerkins Community CenterThe Perry Alliance of Ministers & Pastors (PAMP) is sponsoring a health fair this Saturday, March 23, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Jerkins Community Center. Blood pressure and diabetes screenings will be offered as well as additional health-related services. Lunch will also be served. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889 Perry News-HeraldPerry News-Herald 50 Friday/ SaturdayMarch 22-23, 2013 Index One section 124th Year, No. 11www.perrynewspapers.com Weather Friday70 36 Saturday 77 56 Sunday80 63 60% Perry News-Herald Perry News-Herald 70% News Forum Looking Back . ......... A-2 Living . ..................... A-4 Religion . .................. A-6 Sports . .................... A-7 Entertainment . ...... A-10 TV listings . ............ A-11 Classieds . ........... A-12 Buckeyes skyline has changed slightly with the weekend addition of a new purication tower on the north end of the manufacturing facility. The 100-foot-long, eightfoot diameter pressure vessel was transported from Chattanooga, Tenn., on a 13-axle tractor-trailer and then will be lifted into the vertical position Saturday morning with two large rental cranes. The vessel is part of a $26 million Oxygen Delignication Project that will provide environmental, energy and cost benets at Buckeyes Foley site, company ofcials said. These include a reduction in chemical costs and steam usage, and improvements in efuent quality. The project will also reduce groundwater usage by an estimated 1.9 million gallons per day. According to a company spokesperson, a second, even larger, oxygen reactor tube is expected to arrive at the plant today (Friday) or soon thereafter and will be lifted into position alongside the rst tube. The second tube is expected to be escorted into Perry on U.S. 19/27 before completing the journey on County Road 30. Lifting and installing the tubes require the coordinated use of a 200ton crane and an 800-ton crane. The heavier crane is the largest ever assembled at Buckeyes Taylor County plant and one of only four hydraulic cranes this large in the U.S. The project is scheduled for start-up in July.Phelps ready to face jury in murder chargeLloyd Phelps, 60, has been in jail since September awaiting trail for the 2006 killing of Patricia Niece Knight and, through his team of court-appointment attorneys, let it be known Monday that he is ready to get out. During hearings before Judge Greg Parker, Phelps attorneys said they were ready to proceed to trial as early as May. Typically, murder trials take more than 12 months before reaching the trial stage. David Collins and Baya Harrison are representing Phelps, who faces one count of rst degree murder. A grand jury indicted Phelps in September 2012 nearly six years after Knight was rst reported missing. Detectives upgraded the case to a murder investigation in 2011. Nearly a year later, the completed case was presented to a grand jury, which handed down the murder indictment against Phelps. With only three days set aside for jury trials in May (and those days are already Buckeye skyline adds 100-ft. towerPlease see page 3The sale and distribution of synthetic cannabis, also known as spice, is an ongoing issue the Perry Police Department grapples with on an almost daily basis. Just this week, a resident who had apparently taken the drug called 911 for and it took four police ofcers to subdue him when they arrived at the scene. In another instance, it took six ofcers and emergency medical personnel to restrain an individual high on the substance. Two locals students have been rushed to the hospital from school after ingesting the drug and one area student remains in a coma due to use of drug known on the street as legal weed. Please see page 14City not backing down on vehicle impoundment, nes for spice citations Local coon hunters poised to take reality television by stormFrom American Idol to Deadliest Catch, reality television has commandeered the airwaves, and if several local lmmakers have their way, the latest reality TV show will be set and lmed right here in Taylor County. Coon Country, follows the out-out war when four teams of experienced coon hunters take to the woods. Co-creator Anthony White said Oliver Bogner Entertainment and RealtivityReal has signed on to the project and they are currently lming footage for a sizzle reel which will be used to shop the concept to networks. White said the next step would be to lm a pilot around May. Although the four teams are set, White said they are also looking for additional people familiar with coon hunting as well as other local characters to be featured in the sizzle reel and potentially the series. Those interested are asked to call 843-3973 for more information. The show will be lmed Please see page 3Arrive Alive stops at TCHS todayThe Taylor County School Board and Superintendent of Schools Paul Dyal are sponsoring a drunk driving and distracted driving education program for high school students today (Friday) from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The Arrive Alive Tour from UNITE will visit Taylor County High School and utilize a high-tech simulator, impact video and a number of other resources to educate students about the dangers of drunk driving and texting while driving. The simulator allows students to experience, in a controlled environment, the potential consequences of drunk and distracted driving. National studies show about 89 percent of all Americans have a cell phone, according to CTIA--The Wireless Association. Drivers under 20 years old have the highest proportion of distraction-related fatal crashes, according to the National Highway Trafc Safety Administration. Their lack of driving experience can contribute to critical misjudgments if they become distracted. Not surprisingly, they text more than any other age group and the numbers of young drivers who text is only increasing, UNITE sponsors said. Pilot walks away from crash landing The pilot of a twin-engine piper Aztec plane which crash landed here Thursday morning was able to walk away from the incident with only minor injuries. Pilot Gary Brown left Orlando Thursday morning heading to Tallahassee, but the trip ended prematurely when his plane went down in a wooded area near Hampton Springs Road off U.S. 98. Please see page 14

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GIRL SCOUT WEEK KICKS OFFAmy Kelly and Ingrid Williams raised the ag in front of the Taylor County Courthouse to kick off the observance of Girl Scout Week locally. WORTH BRAGGING ABOUTBilly Bolton, owner of the Skylark Restaurant, caught an 11.75 pound bass at Blue Springs Lake and also landed a slot on the front page. Bolton refused to say what he used as bait. A GOOD PLACE TO HAVE A HEART ATTACK?If youre going to have a heart attack, Perry is a good place for it, said Roy M. Baber of St. Paul, Minn., who detailed his most recent medical emergency while at a local campground. He complimented the Southern hospitality as well as the quick response by law enforcement ofcers and medical workers.SOCIETY NEWSDale Ann Hendry became the bride of Clifton Winton Allbritton Jr. in a Feb. 28 wedding at New Home Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Morgan announced the engagement of their daughter, Sandra, to Larry J. Whiteld, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Whiteld. An April 21 ceremony was planned. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Rister announced the engagement of their daughter, Wanda, to Jerald E. Denmark. A June 30 wedding was planned at Spring Warrior Church of Christ. Katherine Helaine Clark was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Clark on March 6 at Doctors Memorial Hospital, weighing 7 pounds, 15.5 ounces.WHAT ABOUT SPORTS?Leonard Brown smashed two home runs to lead Taylor County to a 31-2 victory over Tallahassee Leon. The Taylor County High School Golf Team improved its record to 2-1 by defeating Chieand and St. Johns Academy in Gainesville in a three-team match. Doug Everett claimed medalist honors with a nine-hole score of 37, followed by Mark Fraser, Art Clemons and Robert Williams. Former Perry resident Bob Conley began spring training with the Cleveland Indians in Tuscon, Ariz. A-2 Perry News-Herald March 22-23, 2013 Looking Back Perry News-HeraldPerry, Florida 123 S. Jefferson Street (850) 584-5513 The Perry News-Herald (ISSN 07470967) is published each Friday by Perry News papers, Inc., 123 S. Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida 32347. Subscriptions are $35.00 per year or $49.00 out of county. Periodicals postage paid at Perry, Florida 32348. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to the Perry News-Herald, P.O. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348. and views on the news. Please submit letters by Monday at 5 p.m. The Taco Times reserves the right to refuse publication of letters which are libelous or irresponsible. Name may be withheld if circumstances so require, but all letters submitted should We look forward to hearing from you! Our address is Perry, Newspapers, Inc., P.O. Box 888, Perry, Florida 32348. e-mail: newsdesk@perrynewspapers.comMember Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce. P.O. Box 888 DONALD D. LINCOLN Publisher SUSAN H. LINCOLN Managing EditorANGELA M. CASTELUCCIStaff Writer/Advertising Sales DEBBIE CARLTON Business Manager CAROLYN DuBOSE Advertising Director MICHELE ARNOLD Graphic Arts MARK VIOLA Staff Writer TAMMY KNIGHT 2013 Perry Newspapers Inc. March 22-23, 2013 Remember when...By ANTHONY L. WHITE anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.comSpring Break schedule Eureka! ats how I felt ursday morning, when I realized that time passes dierently now than it did 30 years ago. If the children, teens and grown-toosoon sons and daughters arent enough? If the sti joints and slower pace havent revealed this to you? Or, if watching the clock and counting the minutes, hours, days and weeks over the years havent alerted you to this phenomenon, then take a week o from work and call it Spring Break. en, youre certain to have your own eureka moment. By the time you read this, my Spring Break will be over. I dont return to work until Monday, but I dont work on weekends, so today is ocially the last day of my break. My eureka moment came when I woke up ursday morning and realized that I only had two days le before my Spring Break was over. Only two days le and I still hadnt taken a real day o. Unlike the Spring Breaks of 30 years ago, this year, instead of basking in the sun on one of Floridas pristine beaches or enjoying nightlife in the city, my Spring Break has been lled with tasks that I couldnt get done during the workweek. A few weeks ago, when the students rst alerted me that Spring Break was approaching, I began scheduling my veday vacation. Instead of making hotel reservations, I scheduled doctor appointments. I missed two appointments in February because of a PTO meeting and a couldnt-be-missed phone conference, so I gured the best time to make a new appointment was during the week that I had nothing to do. en, I pictured a day spent at the beach. However, I needed a full day to conduct research for a new writing project and the only time I would have a full day was during Spring Break. So, I set aside a day to do that. My publisher has accelerated the release of my book to Fall 2013 instead of Spring 2014, which means Ive had to hurry up and take care of some of the pre-release details. I set aside half of a day to handle those tasks. A month ago, I began working with a Hollywood company to develop a reality show focusing on a group of Taylor County coon hunters. e companys executive charged me with a few development tasks which would take more than my ve-day vacation to complete. So, some of those tasks were scheduled into my week, while others were arranged to be completed during my weekends. ere were a few missed appointments this week. My niece Kennadie was aware that I had a weeks vacation, so I had to schedule time for her during my week. I missed my lunch appointment with her Wednesday, as well as a scheduled dental appointment, because of an unforeseen appointment. Im going to try to reschedule both appointments for Friday, the last day of my break. ere was no such thing as an appointment during my Spring Break 30 years ago. ursday morning when I sat down and looked at my schedule for the day, I wondered aloud, How did my day become busier during my vacation than during my workday? ats when I had my eureka moment. e reason Im busier during my vacation than my workday is because time passes dierently now than it did 30 years ago. At least it does for 18-year-olds and 48-year-olds during Spring Break. THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD March 16, 1978 From kindergarten to sixth grade Faith family friendsFirst church meetings held in a sh marketEditors 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 prole of local churches. This weeks featured history was submitted by Calvary Baptist Church. Calvary Baptist Mission rst met in the home of Mr. Clint Shaw on Aug. 6, 1961. Charter members were: Joe Engel, Beatrice Engel, David Engel, Bobbie Engel, Sarah Poppell, Sam Poppell, Herbert Murphy, Lena Murphy, Terry Murphy, Cherri Murphy, Nonnie Sue Murphy, Clinton Shaw, Lou Ella Shaw, Wayne Shaw, Rodney Shaw, Randolph Shaw, Betty Shaw, Harold Shaw, Letha Young, Irvin Young, Leonard Pridgeon, Iduma Pridgeon, Pricilla Pridgeon, Maudeen Pridgeon, Hansel Redd, Ella Redd, Hensel Redd Jr., Clayton Starks, Ollie McClain, Aubrey McClain, Gayle McClain, Geraldine Perryman, Ida Woodward and Margaret Robertson. The rst ofcers elected were Sarah Poppell as church secretary and treasurer, and Lou Ella Shaw as church clerk. Trustees were Clinton Shaw, Hansel Redd, Clayton Starks, Harold Shaw and Herbert Murphy. On Sept. 20, 1961, these ofcers and board members became permanent, and Joe Engel was formally called as pastor. On Oct. 4, 1961, Calvary Mission adopted the rules and bylaws of the Taylor Baptist Association and requested membership in the Southern Baptist Convention. As the church began to grow, since there was no building, meetings were held in a sh market, and then in the American Legion Hall on Center Street. In January of 1962, land was purchased on Sandra Street to be the site of the new Calvary Baptist Church. Groundbreaking for the new church was on March 18, 1962, with occupation just a few months later. The rst deacon ordination ceremony at Calvary was in March of 1981. The rst deacons called were Wilbur Calvary Baptist ChurchPlease see page 14 Please see page 14

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A-3 Perry News-Herald March 22-23, 2013 lled with other cases), Judge Parker agreed to review his schedule and set aside additional trial dates to accommodate Phelps request. The Phelps case is one of four rst degree murder cases making their way through the Taylor County court systemthe most rst degree murder cases ever seen on the local docket at one time, Clerk of Court Annie Mae Murphy said. The other cases include: Paul McNutt, facing trial for the 2011 shooting deaths of Lee Edward Spees Sr., and his son, Lee Spees Jr.; Raymond Lee, charged in the September 2012 death of Derek Lamont Dixon; and Patrick Alexander Wilkinson, who allegedly beat to death his longtime friend Ashley Wayne Adams in February of this year. Both Lee and McNutt are slated for the next motion and pre-trial hearings in April; Wilkinson, who was indicted earlier this month, is set for arraignment also in April. The April court dates are April 4 and 18. in Taylor County and the cast are all from Taylor County, White said. Relativity Real and Oliver Bogner currently have about 20 reality shows on various networks. The teams consist of The Taliban, featuring William Bud Russell Jr. and his grandsons Caleb Cooper and Aaron Cooper; Young Guns, featuring Markes Robinson, Shawn Burney and Derek Bellamy; Wades Boys, featuring George Gant, Frank Gant and Willie Keith Irvin; and The Pulp Mill Gang, featuring Flynn Welch, Jeremy Nix and Marvin Phillips. Coon Country was co-created with Whites cousin, Gregory Flowers, and Wayne Dunwoody. MURDER CHARGE Continued from page 1 Local docket lled with four rst degree murder cases, most in recent history COON HUNTERS Continued from page 1 Coon hunting teams named Miss Forestry winners, runners-up Winners and runners-up in the 2013 Miss Taylor County Forestry pageant, held Saturday, March 16, are shown above: (back row, l to r) Division of Forestry Ranger Jack Smith, Division of Forestry Ranger Ray Booth, 2013 Junior Miss Taylor County Forestry Queen Mackenzie Nowlin, 2012 Reigning Teen Miss Taylor County Forestry Queen Kate Whiddon, Smokey Bear, 2013 Miss Taylor County Forestry Queen Katie Johnson, 2013 Teen Miss Taylor County Forestry Queen Haley Jones, Hanna Searcy and 2012 Reigning Miss Taylor County Forestry Queen Emily Newman; (front row, l to r) 2013 Little Miss Taylor County Forestry Queen Mallory Paul, Tiny Miss First Runner-Up (tie) Miley Hill, 2013 Miss Hospitality Queen Maegan Gregory, Tiny Miss First Runner-Up (tie) Kira Linton, 2013 Teeny Miss Taylor County Forestry Queen Riley Sadler, 2013 Tiny Miss Taylor County Forestry Queen Addison English, Tiny Miss First Runner-Up Alissa Russ (Photo by Photos, Frames & Trophies)

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A-4 Perry News-Herald March 22-23, 2013 Living Kinsey, Strickland to marry at Bird Island Elizabeth Kinsey, along with Ronnie and Becky Tuten, all of Perry, announce the engagement of their daughter, Erna Juliah Kinsey, to Michael Keith Strickland, also of Perry. The prospective groom is the son of Shelly Strickland of Perry and the late William F. Strickland. The couple will exchange vows March 30, 2013, in a 5 p.m. ceremony at Bird Island. Wedding invitations have been issued. Erna Juliah Kinsey, Michael Keith Strickland How do you create lovely tablescapes?Bruce Cavey took a plain table to new heights Wednesday, when he presented a program for the Perry Garden Club on beautiful and unique centerpieces....transforming a table to a tablescape. Cavey, from Ft. White, holds a horticulture degree from the University of Florida and works at a nursery in Gainesville called The Green House. His plain table was rst layered with a cloth, and overlaid with a textured sheer design. China and crystal were used as appointments, but Cavey extended the spring design with fresh, pliable deer moss, transforming a countryside setting into a tablescape. Fresh blooms were added at vantage points, with attention given to the vertical and horizontal lines of the design. Members noted Caveys abundant use of jade fern as transitional material and the importance he placed on hiding your mechanics. Although Caveys presentation was intended as a prelude to the clubs community-wide Tablescapes luncheon, plans for that event have been put aside. Instead, members were challenged to create settings for their own dining experiences, experimenting with foliage and owers. Bettie Page, Juanita Garren and Nancy Dowling provided hospitality for members who gathered at 9:30 a.m. The business meeting and program followed at 10 a.m. Sandy Toes donate to Olympics A $225 donation was recently made by the Sandy Toes Red Hats to Taylor County Special Olympics. Gathering for the presentation were Carole Taitt, Leslee Sunderland (nance chair), Wendy Johnson, Marleen Semas, Tammy Middleton (county coordinator) and Barbara Duckworth.

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A-5 Perry News-Herald March 22-23, 2013 First Baptist Church First Baptist Church would like to extend our deepest appreciation to Walgreens Drug Store for their fundraising efforts on Saturday, March 16, to benet Our Fathers Storehouse. Our Fathers Storehouse runs predominantly on donations and benets the community by providing food and clothing to those in need. On Saturday, Walgreens organized and hosted a bake sale and car wash that raised a substantial amount for the storehouse. The staff of Walgreens provided most of the baked goods and washed cars. First Baptist Church as well as other churches and organizations that support the storehouse owe a debt of gratitude to Walgreens for the caring and thoughtfulness. First Baptist Church and Our Fathers Storehouse VolunteersSmithThe family of the late Simmie J. Cook Smith would like to say your kindness and caring played such a big part in lifting our spirits and touching our hearts. The warmest of thank-you cant even begin to express what a wonderful blessing was received from everyone who called, came by, delivered or sent a card, food, drinks, and owers in this troubled time. Thank you, Britt, Ellis and the Thomas family Cards of Thanks Diane Joyce McNuttDiane Joyce McNutt, 50, died Sunday, March 17, 2013, at her residence. Mrs. McNutt was born in Atlanta, Ga., and had lived in Perry since 1997. She attended both Charity Baptist Church and Salem Baptist Church. She was a manager for Golden Corral restaurant. Survivors include: her husband, Paul McNutt; two sons, Brian Stanley of Perry and Christopher Stanley of Atlanta; two step-sons, Timmy McNutt and Delbert McNutt, both of Perry; one step-daughter, Cheryl Moore of Perry; two brothers, Harry Cimino and Herman Cimino of Atlanta; ve grandchildren; 11 stepgrandchildren; and nine step great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, Claude Rowe Hope and Sybil Virginia Gamblin, as well as by her sister, Amelia Bowen. A memorial service will be held at 5 p.m. on March 29, at the Hickory Head Baptist Church located at 46 Hickory Head Road in Quitman, Ga. (31643)Claude Olan FaulknerClaude Olan Faulkner, 83, of Tallahassee, died Wednesday, March 20, 2013. A native and former resident of Perry, Mr. Faulkner was a member of Forest Heights Baptist Church in Tallahassee where he had resided since 1964. Survivors include: his wife of 59 years, Rodell Fender Faulkner; a son, Michael Faulkner of Tallahassee; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Monday, March 25, at Forest Heights Baptist Church. Interment will follow in Perry at Woodlawn Cemetery with military honors. Family members will receive friends and relatives from 10-11 a.m. prior to the service. In lieu of owers, memorial contributions may be made to Forest Heights Baptist Church, 1200 W. Tharpe St., Tallahassee, FL 32303. Obituaries POG students present Passion play Sunday On Sunday, March 25, students from Point of Grace Christian School will perform The Passion Play, which tells of the last days of Christ. This play will be at 11 a.m. at Faith Baptist Church on Highway 19 North. All are invited for this special performance. Church honors she-roes in communityLittle St. John MBC will be honoring 10 She-roes in the Perry community Sunday, March 24, 2013 at 3 p.m. in Little St. John Missionary Baptist Church. The speaker for the occasion will be Rosalind Tompkins from Tallahassee. First Lady Maggie LewisButler extends a city-wide invitation. Womens conference through SundayTrinity House of Prayer kicks off its second annual womens conference today (Friday). Services begin at 7 p.m. featuring Elder Jennifer Pollock as speaker. The conference continues on Saturday morning at 9:30 with Minister Sharon Thomas. Four other dynamic speakers are also slated for the day. On Sunday at 11:15 a.m., Waquanda McCall will be conferences nal guest speaker. All women in the community are encouraged to attend any or all of these sessions.

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A-6 Perry News-Herald March 22-23, 2013 Religion Holy is the week... In keeping with a community tradition, First United Methodist Church will hold morning worship services throughout the coming week, each followed by breakfast and fellowship. The accompanying schedule indicates speakers and musicians scheduled Monday through Friday. Pastor J.T. Taylor urges everyone in the community to participate in these services of early morning worship, all commemorating the events of Holy Week. TIDBITS: Easter program Sunday By SARAH SLEDGE HALL Dont forget... Sometimes the things we plan dont come out like we plan, but we must nd strength enough to keep going. Prayer list Prayers for Robert Eagle and Hazel James Williams at Tallahassee Memorial, Lessie Dunnell in Orlando, Thelma Newberry at Marshall, E.J. McCracken at home in Madison, Carl Williams, Harold Mixon, Inez Grifn, Mildred Alexander, Shawanda Massey and John Collier, all at home. In bereavement, the Miller/ Anderson families (J.D. Miller and Theodis Miller) in the loss of their loved one in Greenville, and the families of the late Clara Slaughter (mother of Judy McCracken). Easter program on Sunday New Mt. Zion Baptist Church will present its annual Easter program this Sunday, March 24, at 11 a.m. The Rev. Izell Montgomery Jr., Sarah Petty and Juanita Scott invite everyone to attend. Sharing Caring is the art of sharing. If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else.-Booker T. Washington Tribute for Clara Slaughter The moments of our lives, sometimes too quickly gone; it may seem lifes end is rushing upon. We may not know when the time is for us to depart and these times of reection can be sacred to the heart. We can laugh, we can cry, say I love you and goodbye. We can touch, be still, be present and even pray, and know the time were still here can be a scared day. We can share these sacred moments of earthly release and may all who are touched nd a sacred peace. (Excerpts from Laura M. Silvey)

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The Taylor County Commission has extended the application date for the Gulf of Mexico BP Oil Spill RESTORE Act Committee to give more time for interested parties to apply. We are in need especially of people representing the Beaches area and volunteers that have a background in environmental or ecological science, County Administrator Jack Brown said. All applications must be turned into Browns ofce or emailed to Jack.Brown@ taylorcountygov.com by Wednesday, March 27, at 10 a.m. Applications can be picked up at the Courthouse Annex on Green Street or downloaded online at www. taylorcountygov.com. A-14 Perry News-Herald March 22-23, 2013 Prot returns on the distribution of the drug are staggeringone local store was clearing $2,500 day from synthetic cannabis sales. We have a very recent report of a man charging $20 a drag off a pipe lled with this stuff, Capt. Jamie Cruse told members of the Perry City Council and Code Enforcement Board during a joint workshop held Tuesday night. This is a severe problem in the city, he said. The joint meeting between the boards was in response to a request from code enforcement members seeking exibility in their handling of sentencing in spice cases brought before them. We have no room at all when they come before us whether it is for a rst offense or a repeat offender, or whether they are cited for possession of the drug for the personal use or for resale. We also have no way to make adjustments on the impoundment requirement if a vehicle is seized, unless it is to go higher on the time period, Code Enforcement Board member Tonya Holton said. Under the citys spice ordinance, individuals found with the drug receive a civil citation and are required to appear before the Code Enforcement Board if they wish to challenge the citation. Residents are ned $500 per package of synthetic cannabis found in their possession and, if they are in a vehicle at the time of the nding, the car or truck is impounded. Payment arrangements can be made for the nes, but all nes must be paid before the vehicle is released (individuals are also charged an impounded fee of $22 per day). We are not saying we dont want to impose penalties, but as the ordinance is currently written, we are bound by the nes and impoundment time periods outlined in it. So why should they come before us if we cant do anything? Holton said. I am not willing to waver on the amount of the ne or impounding the car, Mayor Daryll Gunter said. But I am open to changing it to allow for a refund of nes if the individual is willing to seek counseling or rehab. If we can do that, then they will fee like they are getting something from us, an option, Holton said. We want to educate people and help people realize they need to get off this stuff, Gunter said. So to recap, we are going to revisit the ordinance as a council and submit a nal draft to the Code Enforcement Board to see if it satises our mutual concerns, Councilman Don Cook said. Aman, Lural Farnell and Eddie Pridgeon. The church continued to grow and prosper, with a new sanctuary addition to the original building. In 1997, the church began to discuss relocation and the building of a new facility on land donated by the Irene Parker family. In January of 1998 the church began a Challenge to Build Program that culminated in July of 2001 with the occupation of a new facility at the current location on Golf Course Road. He batted .530 as a senior at Taylor County High School. MUD BOG ADMISSION WAS $2Hahira, Ga., advertised its upcoming Boggin with $900 cash prizes for rst, second and third places. A Powder Puff competition was included, along with divisions for two-wheel drive vehicles, Jeeps and four-wheel drive vehicles. Admission was $2; children under 9 were free and the ne print read, Not responsible for accidents. FOR SALE An A-frame home at Cedar Island was listed For Sale by Wells Realty. The three-bedroom home was priced $12,900; it was partially furnished and included a refrigerator. Baby Deer shoes, along with boys and girls swimwear, were on sale at Jack & Jill located at 121 S. Jefferson. Owner Hazel Jones offered Easter fashions for the younger set, too. Shefelds Nursery celebrated spring by advertising its hanging baskets while Saunders Jewelers, located downtown, told readers about Keepsake wedding sets for brides and grooms. CALVARY BAPTIST Continued from page 2 Church relocated in 2001 GLANCE Continued from page 2 Gate fee for mud bog: $2 SPICE CITATIONS Continued from page 1 Dealer charging $20 a drag for hit of synthetic cannabis Around 10 a.m., the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) contacted the Taylor County Sheriffs Ofce (TCSO) to report that they had lost contact with Browns plane, according to Lt. Chris Folsom. TCSO personnel were able to contact Brown by cell phone and mobilized to begin searching for him utilizing GPS coordinates. While personnel on the ground headed to his location, a ShandsCair helicopter and a Florida Forest Service (FFS) plane helped guide responders from the air. TSCO set up a mobile command station at the City of Perry sprayeld, which also serves as a cow pasture, approximately one and a half miles from the crash site. Joining them were personnel with Doctors Memorial Hospital Emergency Medical Services, Taylor County Fire-Rescue, FFS and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. According to personnel at the scene, a FFS vehicle was able to get closer to the crash site but it was still about a half-mile trek to the plane through stands of planted pines and palmettos. Emergency personnel were able to transport the pilot from the plane to the FFS truck and then to DMH for evaluation. The FAA is investigating the incident. CRASH LANDING Continued from page 1 FAA rst reported lost contact with plane RESTORE deadline extended