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Creation Date: July 12, 2013
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Publication Date: 07/19/2013

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Jury selection began Thursday morning, July 18, for the trial of Lloyd Phelps, the Perry man charged with rst-degree murder in the death of Patricia Niece Knight. Phelps, 60, was arrested in September 2012 for Knights death--six years after the 39-year-old woman was reported missing by her mother, Carol Dean Lockett. The suspect has been held without bond since his arrest. A pool of nearly 250 potential jurors received summons to appear this Thursday and Friday for the selection process. However, in opening remarks Thursday morning, Judge Greg Parker stated ofcials felt the process could be completed in one day. If not, we will come back Monday morning to continue the selection process. We will not hold any proceedings tomorrow (Friday), he said. Court ofcials were seeking to seat an eightperson jury for the case (six jurors and two alternates). Parker also expressed his thanks for everyone who appeared Thursday stating, This is the closest many of you will ever come to the Constitution(the trial process) is the cornerstone of what we call our system of justice. Proceedings experienced a brief delay when a potential juror evidently passed out while entering the third oor courtroom at the Taylor County Courthouse. The woman fell down in the front hallway; court bailiffs immediately rushed to offer aid. Another potential juror, who is a former EMT, also tended the woman until a crew from Doctors Memorial Hospital Emergency Medical Services (EMS) arrived. Once the woman was taken care of, Judge Parker entered the courtroom and opened proceedings. Phelps himself was present along with members of his defense team. However, instead of the usually bright orange jumpsuit assigned to jail inmates, he wore a dress shirt, tie and slacks. Once jury selection is complete, the trial is scheduled to begin Monday. Although it has been calendared to last ve days, we expect it will take less than that, Parker noted. The Aucilla River contains not only evidence of early man, but some of the best preserved plant and animal remains in the world--some dating back nearly 40,000 years, Archaeologist Dr. James S. Dunbar told members of the Perry Kiwanis Club on Wednesday. Dunbar, who along with other scientists and volunteers, has been working in the depths of the Aucilla since 1983, said various sink holes in the river contain sediment that has been virtually undisturded over the millenia allowing for the extraction of plant, animal and man-made materials with precise dates as to when they were deposited. In 1993, the remains of a butchered mastodon were removed from the sediments of a sink hole in the Halfmile Rise section of the river. Those remains showed people were hunting and butchering large animals in eastern North America 12,200 years ago, hundreds of years before any sign of similar activities in the West, Dunbar said. The discovery raised questions about preexisting theories that the early hunters, arriving from Asia across a land bridge in what is now the Bering Strait, migrated rst to the American West and later to the East. Radiocarbon testing of gourd seeds found with the seven-and-a-half-foot tusk of the butchered animal put the age at 12,200 years, making it the earliest known butchering site in North America. Dunbar, who is president of the Panhandle Archaeological Society, said six slash marks at the jaw line indicated that the Chicken dinner The community is invited to support a chicken dinner fund-raiser today (Friday) at Tree Capital/FSU Credit Union in support of Little CJ Melton, the Taylor County toddler who is battling an inoperable brain tumor. Dinners ($7 each) will be available from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and tickets are available on-site. Every dinner counts and 100 percent of the proceeds will benet Meltons family while doctors search for a way to treat his tumor, organizers said. On Thursday, Meltons aunt related that his symptoms continue to worsen and doctors remain on the case searching for treatment options. Plans are also underway to hold a community yard sale for Melton Saturday, Aug. 3, inside the former Farmers Furniture store located at the Save-A-Lot shopping center. Donated items may be left at the Snow Ball Shack located in the front parking lot of the shopping center. Hungry for fresh produce? Residents are reminded that the Farmers Market is open every Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon and every Tuesday from 3-7 p.m. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889 Perry News-HeraldPerry News-Herald 50 Friday/ SaturdayJuly 19-20, 2013 0 Index One section 124th Year, No. 28www.perrynewspapers.com Friday82 72 70%Saturday88 75 Sunday91 75 50% Perry News-Herald Perry News-Herald 60% Looking Back . ......... A-2 Living . ..................... A-4 Religion . .................. A-6 Sports . .................... A-7 Entertainment . ........ A-8 TV listings . .............. A-9 Classieds . ........... A-10 Dr. Jim Dunbar (far right) is shown with the 12,200 year-old mastadon tusk shortly after it was pulled out of the Aucilla River in 1993. Also shown are project participants (left to right) Dr. Dave Webb, Joe Latvis and Brinnen Carter. (Photo by Don Lincoln)Please see page 3 Archaeologist takes Kiwanis Club on 40,000-year Aucilla expedition With three open position sAdministrative turnover strikes districtWith Superintendent Paul Dyal not recommending the re-appointment of principals at Taylor County Elementary School (TCES) and Steinhatchee School, along with the retirement of Taylor Technical Institutes (TTI) coordinator, the Taylor County School District is bracing for signicant administrative turnover in the month remaining before the start of classes. When Dyal presented his recommendations for administrative reappointments to the Taylor County School Board, the three principal positions were left TBA. The issue was brought before the board during its special meeting on Friday, June 28, during which the board approved Dyals recommendations without discussion. Dyal, who was out of Please see page 3 Radio station goes silent Perrys WNFK 92.1 FM radio station has suspended operations until sometime this fall, according to a company press release. Owner Nick Bolton said the suspension also includes Lake City radio stations WQLC 102.1 FM and WGRO AM. It was a difcult decision to suspend broadcasting but this allows us to dedicate all of our time and energy to bringing northern Florida a new and improved radio network, Bolton said. Bolton referred to the three stations as Northern Floridas Power Country Radio Network. WNFK 92.1 FM began broadcasting in Perry in 1990. It operates with 6,000 watts from a tower height of 328 feet. Jury selection begins in Phelps murder trial wait for proceedings to begin Thursday morning. More than 250 summons were mailed to potential jurors for the case; an eight-person jury was expected to be selected from the pool. Please see page 3

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NAMES IN THE NEWS!The July editions of the Perry News-Herald were brimming with names. Here are few you might recognize: Valerie Suzanne Page was born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Page on June 27 at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces. announced the engagement of her daughter, Cathryn Ruth (Cathy), to Robert John Wilson (Bob). An Aug. 25 weddding was planned in Friendship Baptist Church on JohnsonStripling Road, with a reception following in the banquet room of Chaparral Restaurant. Michael OSteen announced his candidacy for school board, while Jim Wilson threw his hat in the ring for the county commission seat in district 2. Marshall Hicks asked voters consideration for a District 4 seat on the commission which was also being pursued by Billy Ezell. Cay Jnee Shaw of Dekle Beach and Daniel Lee Barnes of Perry were married June 10 in Lakeside Baptist Church. County residents were pictured after returning from an international exchange trip to Honolulu, Hawaii, where they met Buddy Ebsen, Angie Dickinson and Hawaii Five Os Jack Lord. announced the engagement of her daughter, Lindy Lucinda, to Walter Joseph Brock. An Aug. 5 wedding was planned in Athena Baptist Church. Sheri Mott, Cathy Fox and Anthony Flowers won the district 4-H horticulture contest held in Tallahassee. Jeremy Turner was pictured in a high chair with his rst birthday cake, having celebrated the occasion with his parents, Margaret and Silas Turner. Lucy Yarbrough and Dennis Shaw were married June 3 in the pastors study of First Baptist Church, with the Rev. E. L. Mixon ofciating. Sadler announced the birth of a daughter, Shanna, on July 15 at Doctors Memorial Hospital. announced the engagement of their daughter, Rene Ann, to Michael Lyvonne Heard. A Sept. 1 wedding was planned in Spring Warrior Church of Christ. Olin Granthum was honored with a retirement party after 24 years of employment with Buckeye Cellulose. REAL ESTATEGrady Moore Jr. Real Estate advertised a beach house on Ezell Beach for $10,000. A three-bedroom home (with a huge den) in Florida Homes was listed at $30,800. A threebedroom, two-bath home in Pine Ridge was priced at $42,000.NOW SHOWINGJules Vernes classic thriller, Where Time Began was showing at Graves Drive-In.PRETTY GIRLSPretty girls advertised air conditioner units and insulation for Southern Auto, as well as steaks at the Skylark Restaurant where folks meet to eat and the waitresses are beyootiful.GROCERY PRICESA dozen eggs sold for 58 cents at Winn Dixie and hickory smoked hams were 99 cents a pound. One hundred tea bags sold for 99cents at A&P where chicken pot pies were 29 cents each. At Towne Square, Lykes budget bacon was 79 cents a pound.A-2 Perry News-Herald July 19-20, 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. July 19-20, 2013 Im not a parent, but until last week, Ive often wondered if I would have been a good parent. Now, I know. My friends and family have told me countless times, Youd be a good parent. And in recent years, theyve also suggested that, Its still not too late. How old are you? Forty-something? Well, despite their faith in my parenting abilities, I now know with absolute certainty that if I were a parent, I wouldnt win any parenting awards. This newly acquired knowledge came to me the other day when I was overseeing my cousins move. I say overseeing because I was not lifting, moving, loading or unloading anything. I was telling others what to do, which Im very good at. Still, being good at telling others what to do, does not by itself make a good parent. I was short one strong mover, so I called my nephew Tony. Tony, I need you to come over here and help your daddy load Kasharis furniture, I told him. Im still perturbed by his response. I dont feel like it, he said. You what? I dont feel like it, he repeated. I dont care what you feel like, I shot back. You better get your behind over here! I pressed end call before I could miss those old phones that you could slam down and the person on the other end knew for sure you had hung up on them and it wasnt a dropped called or lost signal. Well, Tony did stop by, but he didnt come to help. He didnt say anything to me and I didnt say anything to him. But, I did start plotting my revenge. When Tony graduated in 2010, he and two of his classmates, James and Wesley, received four-year scholarships to play football at Division I colleges. However, they learned at the last minute that the scholarships because they had taken a couple of online classes in high school that were not acceptable. Even though all three had met Floridas graduation requirements and the admissions requirements for the out-of-state universities, they could not attend because of the out-of-state costs. A few weeks ago, former TCHS Bulldogs football coach, Shane Boggs, contacted Tony. Coach Boggs had spoken to the coaches at Union College in Barbourville, Ken., and given them Tonys high school football highlights reel. The college offered Tony a full scholarship. All he had to do was get the application and other paperwork completed and to the college by this week. The next morning I sent Tony a text: Find application because I dont feel like it. He called and I pressed ignore. So, he Then he sent another text message: How do I send my ACT scores to the school? I replied, I dont feel like telling you. Revenge can be sweet. Jennifer, and told her what was going on. And Im not going to help him with the application, I said. He can do it himself because whether or not he goes to college has nothing to do with me. She laughed and laughed and laughed, which for a few seconds made the situation worse. I dont think its funny, I snapped. Its funny because this is between you and Tony, and Im staying out of it, she said. Seriously though, would you rather him stay here and you end up having to knock him up side the head, or would you off to college so you dont have to look at him for a while? I pondered what Jennifer had said all of two seconds. Then, I put MY best interest ahead I consider this to be proof that I would not be a good parent. What kind of parent would one. Remember when...By ANTHONY L. WHITE anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.comI Dont Feel Like It THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD July 13, 1978 In the market for a new car?Leverette-Bunting Motors, E.R. Linton Motors and Dekle Motor Company were among those competing for readers attention in the July 16, 1953 edition of the Taylor County News. In addition to offering the Fashion Academy Awardwinning 1953 Studebaker, E.R. Linton Motors also ran an advertisement in the classieds urging prospective customers to save, save, save on our low, low, low, low-priced used cars, which at the time included: Cruiser, $1,395; State 4-door, $1,395; $295; Pickup, $795; Pickups, $995; $895; Body, $845; and Truck, $495. Quotable Quotes Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, but only saps today of its strength. --A.J. Cronin Born July 19, 1896

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tusk had been sliced out of the animals skull by people with knives. A used ake of chert was found near the tusk. Ivory tools and other stone weapons were also found in the area. Partly digested grasses from a mastodons stomach were well preserved in clumps in sediments 30 feet under water. Dunbar said plant remains dating back some 40,000 years could help scientists determine how the climate has changed over the millenia. We do know that the water levels have changed dramatically over time during and since the end of the last great glacial period, Dunbar said. He noted that humanoccupied sites have been found miles off the mouth of the Aucilla in Gulf of Mexico waters that were once dry land. More ancient sites around 35,000 years old have been found in the Americas-one in Chile and another in Oklahoma. He noted that one site in the Aucilla, which forms the western boundary of Taylor County, may have human artifacts of a similar age.A-3 Perry News-Herald July 19-20, 2013 Dr. Jim Dunbar (left) speaks with Kiwanians Jake Bassett and Henry Davis the ofce this week at meetings, did not respond to an e-mail request for additional information on the appointments. District ofcials did conrm that the three open positions have been advertised. According to the agenda for the school boards Tuesday, July 23, meeting, Dyal is set to recommend the board appoint Judy Johnson as director of TTI. Additionally, the agenda includes a proposed administrative placement for Steinhatchee School Principal Sandy Hendry as a guidance counselor at Taylor County High School. The murder case stretches back more than six years ago. The victim, known to her family and friends as Niece, was reported missing in January 2006. In 2011, ofcers upgraded the case to a murder investigation. Nearly a year later, the completed case was presented to a grand jury, which handed down the murder indictment against Phelps.Ivory tools and stone weapons also found near tusk discovery AUCILLA Continued from page 1 MURDER TRIAL Continued from page 1 TURNOVER Continued from page 1 Dyal expected to recommend new TTI headVictim went missing in January

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A-4 Perry News-Herald July 19-20, 2013 Living How did we survive without air conditioning? I sometimes wonder how we ever survived without air-conditioning when I was a child. But I cant remember once complaining about the heat. In the cold of winter we would all crowd around a replace and later a wood heater, but I dont remember anyone complaining about wanting central heat or more heat. Not one of the six children complained about not having a television. Then when our Dad came home with a television at Christmas, it did not matter that it was black and white. Since we were out of school for the holidays we were allowed to stay up each night until the television station signed off at 11 p.m. Before we got the television, I remember listening to the radio on Friday and Saturday nights. The entire family would sit around the radio and listen together. It was enough. It was good. We simply did not miss what we never had. We children played together and occasionally a cousin or two would visit. I remember a few times when we were allowed to spend the night with our rst cousins. Our family was pretty much all we knew . and that is most likely the reason that the six of us remain close. I remember my older brother climbing high up into a tree and having to wait until our Dad got home to get him down. That same brother tried to convince us that staples grew on trees. Someone had driven a staple into the tree and maybe he believed that himself. Anyway, we all called it the staple tree. You know some folks have apple trees, pear trees. Well, we had our staple tree. Times have certainly changed and I am not convinced we are better off. Sometimes I think Id like to go back and relive those simple days--guess Ill just have to be content with my memories! See you next week. A little reminiscing... Anybody can wear a red hat, as this photo attests. The Steinhatchee Red Hats gathered recently at Mamas Italian Restaurant. Steinhatchees Red Hats welcome Papa in hat, tooBy SUE GUILBEAU Red Hat Tamamas Mama Mia! The Steinhatchee Red Hats were treated to a wonderful lunch at Mamas Italian Restaurant in Perry. Mama had the tables decorated with red and purple, and each place setting was marked with a small dessert that she prepared for us with the understanding that one should always have a bite of sweet before a meal! Our hostess for the month, Susan Jones, was voted the hostess with the mostest for serving us a wonderful array of appetizers. We had an honorary member join us, wearing a very stylish red hatPapaMamas better half! We ate so many appetizers, most of us had to take our lunch home in a doggie bag. Fun was had by all! Florrie Burroughs Shady Grove correspondent Columnist Anthony White signs two-book deal Anthony White, who writes Remember When for the Perry NewsHerald recently signed a two-book deal with Zanes Strebor Books, Simon & Schuster, to publish Our First Love and in 2014, The Pages We Forget, a family drama,. Our First Love is an emotionally charged drama about two brothers, Nigel and Caleb, who share one life. Nigel, a 35-yearold assistant college professor, shares his life with his brother, Caleb, a reclusive 29-year-old. Caleb developed an extreme case of agoraphobia and psychogenic amnesia 13 years ago following a tragic accident that he doesnt remember. Calebs life doesnt exist outside the walls of the house they share so he lives vicariously through Nigel. He has created an imaginary life that is a direct reection of Nigels daily life. But things are about to change. Unexpectedly, and for the rst time, Nigel nds himself falling in love. He tries to keep Karen, his new love interest, a secret, but it doesnt take Caleb long to gure things out. So, what does Caleb do when he nds out about Karen? He falls in love with her too. White, who has earned a Florida Press Association award for his newspaper column, teaches English at Crossroad Academy Charter School located in Quincy. I am preparing to produce and direct a holiday feature lm that I wrote, The Long Goodbye, which I describe as a cross between the holiday classic, Its a Wonderful Life, and the lm, The Moonlight Mile, White said. The third annual Page Reunion will be held this Sunday, July 21, at the Perry Garden Club. Friends and relatives are encouraged to gather at 12 noon. Page Family Reunion scheduled for Sunday

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Taylor Countys Master Gardeners recently helped install the Florida Wildower Foundations Viva Florida 500 exhibit La Florida: 500 Years in the Place of Flowers at Doctors Memorial Hospital (DMH) in the front lobby. The exhibit, which opened Monday, July 15, will remain at DMH through Aug. 30. It commemorates the natural history and culture of Florida, which Juan Ponce de Leon named in 1513. Roughly translated, La Florida means place or land of owers. The display includes 15 large-format photos by nature photographer John Moran of Gainesville, perfectly illustrating the timeless beauty of wildowers. The exhibit captures the appeal of Floridas native owers, while an accompanying panel relates the history and culture of early Florida. Morans photography has appeared in numerous books and magazines including National Geographic, Life, Time, Newsweek, Smithsonian, The New York Times Magazine and the National Audubon Society Field Guide to Florida. When it leaves Taylor County, the exhibit will travel to such cities as Naples, Lake Wales and Gainesville to botanical gardens, museums and more. The exhibit is sponsored by the Florida Wildower Foundation with proceeds from State Wildower license plate sales. To learn more about Floridas wildowers and the work of the Florida Wildower Foundation, please visit online at www. FlaWildowers.org. A-5 Perry News-Herald July 19-20, 2013 Wildflower exhibit now open Debbie Ross and Bettie Page (left photo) with Carolyn Winningham and Wynne Driscoll (right photo) were among the Master County commissioners will hold two public hearings next month to consider the upcoming Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program (FRDAP) grant cycle. The county has received a number of FRDAP grants in the past to fund improvements twice at the Taylor County Sports Complex as well as at Hodges Park in Keaton Beach and Steinhatchee Park. According to Grants Coordinator Melody Cox, the county hasnt applied for a FRDAP grant in four years because the state legislature has either not funded the program at all or funded it at a reduced rate. During the last cycle, 93 applications were received by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, which oversees the program, and only 13 projects were funded. Of the 13 funded projects, the only smallcounty project funded was Neal Landing Park in Calhoun County, Cox said. FRDAP provides grants for the acquisition or development of land for public outdoor recreation use or to construct or renovate recreational trails. Cox recommended that the county only apply for $50,000 even though they could ask for up to $200,000, stating that the only projects funded last cycle were smaller in scope. The public hearings will be held at the commissions regular board meetings on Aug. 5 and Aug. 20. The board is also expected to discuss the program and potential local projects at its workshop on Tuesday, July 23. Commission to hold hearings on recreation grant Perry Rotarian Cline Moore was recently recognized with a Paul Harris Fellowship, an award given to those who have donated $1,000 to the Rotary Foundation. The foundation is a registered charity that supports the efforts of Rotary International to achieve world understanding and peace through international humanitarian, educational and cultural exchange programs. It is supported solely by voluntary contributions from Rotarians and friends of the foundation. The Rotary Foundation supports Polio Plus-a program designed to eradicate polio from the world--as well as humanitarian programs, including grants to fund club and district service projects, and educational programs, including ambassadorial scholarships, Group Study Exchange, Rotary Grants for university teachers, and Rotary World Peace Scholarships. The Paul Harris Fellowship is named for Paul Harris, who founded Rotary in Chicago in 1905. The fellowship was established in his honor in 1957 to express appreciation and recognition for a contribution of $1,000 to the Rotary Foundation. Moore was presented his Paul Harris Fellowship by Assistant District Governor Mark Viola at the local clubs Tuesday, July 2, meeting.Cline, your contribution to the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International is improving living conditions and providing educational opportunities for young people somewhere in the world, Viola said. A truly seless action. Including, Moore, there are currently 17 Paul Harris Fellows in the Perry Rotary Club. Moore named Paul Harris Fellow at Perry Rotary Club McGrewChyna Tiayzia Jonae McGrew, the daughter of Jonathan and Tia McGrew, celebrated her rst birthday on July 17. Her maternal grandparents are Josie and Willie James Burney, and the late Emmit Lee Parker. Her great grandmother is Mattie Lewis, and her great grandfather is Joe Lewis White. The new one-year-olds paternal grandparents are John L. McGrew and Margaret McGrew. Joining in the celebration was her brother, Lil J Jonathan McGrew Jr. Colson Tanner Darrell Colson, the son of Tyra Colson and Darrell L. Cook Jr., will celebrate his rst birthday with a swimsuit and a smile on July 20. He is the grandson of Tangela Thomas, Keevan Colson, Charisse Cook and Darrell Cook Sr. Chyna McGrew Tanner Darrell ColsonTwo are now one Families invited to tee-off at Putt-Putt Golf July 20 Families are invited to register now for the rst Chamber Family Putt-Putt Golf Tournament planned Saturday, July 20, at the KOA Campground. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to noon; breakfast and lunch will be provided. Prizes will be awarded to the top teams. Admission is $30 per two-person team (one child under 12/one adult). Everyone will be invited to swim following the tournament. For additional information or to register your team, please call 584-5366. Artist to speak at library July 29 Artist Bill Holkham will be guest speaker at the Friends of the Taylor County Public Library meeting on Monday, July 29. Holkham will talk about his career and showcase a variety of his works.Drawings will be held for a free 20 x 16 matted print of his painting Ospreys at Wakulla. The rst drawing will be open to everyone who attends the meeting. The second drawing will be open to those who join or renew their membership to the Friends that evening. The program is free and open to the public. The library is located at 403 N. Washington St. Community Notes At the Booking DeskEditors Note: It is the policy of this newspaper to run the names of all those arrested and booked at the Taylor County Jail. All those listed below have been charged with a crime, but are considered innocent until proven guilty. March 1: Tyler Newelle Watson, 25, Mayo, possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis, DWLS, Ptl. Murphy, PPD. Allen Grifn, 29, 238 Front Street, DWLS/R, Sgt. Deeson, PPD. Roy Robinson, 35, 3660 Bohannon Circle, VOCC (grand theft), Ofcer Basch, TCSO. Alex Eugene Hendrix, 22, homeless, FTA (possession of drug paraphernalia, theft), Ofcer Basch, TCSO. Ronald L. Wilson, 34, Jasper, FTA (battery), Deputy Blue, TCSO. Corey Rucker, 18, Jena, VOP (burglary of structure, burglary of dwelling), Deputy Grifn, TCSO. Ashley Demetria Bailey, 29, 118 Joann Street, credit card theft, Deputy Cruce, TCSO. March 2: Donald Edward Blair, 38, 1550 Wright Road, writ of bodily attachment (child support), Deputy Cruce, TCSO. March 3: Amanda Diane Faulk, 20, Greenville, criminal mischief, battery, no ofcer given. Darius Jones, 43, 1109 S. Bryant Street, battery, aggravated assault, Ptl. Grifn, PPD. March 4: Todrick Burney, 33, S. Warner Ave., possession of less than 20 grams cannabis, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. Anthony Ukeith Royes, 38, Whitby, Calif., hit and run, Ptl. Cannon, PPD. Johnnie B. Feaster Jr., 54, Memphis, Tenn., possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. Rebecca Teann Crum, 26, 911 North Veterans Drive, possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis, Ptl. Murphy, PPD. March 5: Rosie L. Ridings, 37, 3870 Oak Lane, DWLS/knowingly, attaching tag not assigned, Deputy Cash, TCSO. Vincent J. Democh, 56, Steinhatchee, DWLS/R (felony), Trooper Smyrnios, FHP. Shamira M. Pigford, 24, 120 South Beverly Street, VOP (witness harassment, battery), Deputy Owens, TCSO. March 6: James Madison Simpson, 62, Thomasville, Ga., criminal mischief, disorderly conduct, Ptl. Ricketson, PPD. March 7: Thomas David Meyers, 43, Havana, FTA (injure vending machine), Deputy Woods, TCSO. Cameron Jackson, 33, 213 Folsom Street, DWLS, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. Terry Lee Goodman, 35, Lake City, FTA (possession of cocaine, DWLS), Deputy Gulbrandsen, TCSO. March 8: Tia J. Miller, 21, 1513 S. Woodard Street, possession of less than 20 grams cannabis, battery, disorderly conduct, Ptl. Murphy, PPD. Shannon Gorlewski, 31, Steinhatchee, assault/ aggravated battery, Deputy Shaw, TCSO. Rex Anthony Buzbee, 39, 806 E. Paige Street, petit theft, dealing in stolen property/ trafcking, VOP (possession of burglary tools), Det. Norris, PPD. Willie Bowles, 40, Jacksonville, writ of bodily attachment (VOP), Deputy Hooker, TCSO. Charles Zayas, 29, Greenville, VOP, Ofcer Holmes, TCSO. Kimberly Hughes, 18, 1189 Roberts Aman Road, DWLS, Deputy Cannon, TCSO. Willie A. Williams, 27, 905 Veterans Drive, VOP (DWLS/ habitual, sale of cocaine), no ofcer given. Christine Cannon, 56, 4320 Ruth Cannon Lane, violation of injunction, Deputy Hooker, TCSO. Michael C. Phelps, 20, 1811 Highland Road, VOP (DUI), Deputy Cannon, TCSO.

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Religion A-6 Perry News-Herald July 19-20, 2013 Obituaries Eva Kathlyn McHargue AdleburgMrs. Eva Kathlyn McHargue Adleburg, born on Sept. 20, 1927, died Monday, July 15, 2013, at the Big Bend Hospice House in Tallahassee. Family members will receive friends on Saturday at 1 p.m. and a memorial service will immediately follow at 2 p.m. at T. J. Beggs Jr. & Sons Funeral Home in Madison. Born in Scanlon, Mrs. Adleburg had lived in Madison County since 1955. She is survived by: her daughter Pam Schoelles and husband Jack; her son Larry Adleburg; four grandchildren; four greatgrandchildren; a sister, Van Edith Burford; a brother, W.H. McHargue; a sisterin-law, Jamie McHargue; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, Henry McHargue and Eva Blanton McHargue Walker, and one brother, Kenneth V. McHargue. In lieu of owers, memorial donations may be made to Big Bend Hospice. Pearlie M. Lee Pearlie M. Lee of Perry died Thursday, July 11, 2013. Survivors include: one daughter, Girlie Mae Adams of Perry; two grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and one niece. Funeral services will be today, July 19, at 10 a.m., at Evans-Walker Funeral Home with burial following in Springhill Cemetery. Family members received friends Thursday, 5-7 p.m.Barbara Joy HarrisBarbara Joy Harris, 78, of Perry died July 15, 2013, at Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare in Tallahassee. She was born July 31, 1934, in Oneco, to Clyde and Faith (Wolf) Betts. Mrs. Harris was a member of Ash Street Church of Christ in Perry. She was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Gene Betts and Jerry Betts; and a, sister Grace Riddick. Survivors include: her husband of 52 years, Larry A. Harris of Perry; four sons, Donnie Affolter (Joy) of Oneika, Jerry Affolter (Cindra) of Calhoun,Tenn., Troy Harris (Arlene) and Chris Harris (Julie), all of Perry; two sisters, JoAnne Chenoweth of Aimes, Iowa, and Virginia Whitsel of Sarasota; 10 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews Services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 20, at Ash Street Church of Christ with Pastor Sam Durden ofciating. Interment will follow in Spring Warrior Cemetery. The family will receive friends today, July 19, from 6-8 p.m. at Ash Street Church of Christ. Joe P. Burns Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Upward registration set for next two Tuesdays Registration for Upward ag football and cheerleading is scheduled for the next two Tuesdays, July 23 and July 30. Both registrations will take place at the Taylor County Sports Complex from 5:30-7 p.m. Upward ag football and cheerleading is designed for ages 5-9 (no older than age 9 as of Dec. 31). It is the worlds largest Christian sports league for youth athletics. The programs goal is to enrich participants physical, emotional, social and spiritual growth. The program insists, We believe that every child is a winner. For more information on the upcoming registration, please contact Crosspoint Baptist Fellowship at 584-5441. The cost for each student is $56. Family, Friends Day at New Jerusalem Elder Floyd Miles and the New Jerusalem P.B. Church Family invite you to Family and Friends Day on Sunday, July 21, at 3 p.m. Elder Roosevelt Knight and the New Bethel M.B. Church Family will lead the service. Come and be blessed, organizers urge. By SARAH HALL I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. --Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 1963, 50 years ago. My question: Are we there yet? Special PrayerThank God for a litany of blessings and answered prayers. Hallelujah! Remember these: Tyon Fifa (DMH), Gwen Gay (home), Nadine Mango (home), George Ford (home), Lelia Tina Rhines (home), Mildred Alexander (home), Mary Alice Williams (home), Alberta Eagle (home), Lovette Brasby (home), Thelma Newberry (home), Tyrone Miller (home), Juanita Calloways grandson (N.C.), Doris Newton (Orlando hospital), John Big Jake Williams (Baya Point, Lake City), Dorthy Williams (home). Stay available in prayer.TIDBITS: Martin Luther Kings dream lives on...Radical Nation Church, Temple of Deliverance, will hold a yard sale and bake sale on Saturday, from 7 a.m. until. They promise lots of merchandise for all!Come & shop!

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