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Free tutoring in math, reading availableFree after-school tutoring services are available in math and reading for students in the Taylor County School District. For additional information, please contact ofcials at the following schools: Taylor County Elementary, Steinhatchee Elementary, Taylor County Middle and Taylor County High. Funding for the services is made possible through Title I and Title VI federal funds.Yards sale galore! 29 planned today, SaturdayWith no fewer than 29 yard sales featured in todays edition, this weekend will be the prime time to nd a bargain. Flip through the pages, strategize your routes and happy shopping.Elks will hold Soccer Shoot Nov. 23Perry Elks Lodge will host its annual Soccer Shoot Saturday, Nov. 23, for local youth age 13 and under (children who have not reached their 14th birthday by Aug. 1). Registration will begin at 8:30 the morning of the event at the lodge (located on Puckett Road), followed by the competition which will start at 10 a.m. Awards will be presented to the top three scores in each age group. Refreshments will be available. For more information, please contact Dick Joyal at 838-2415. SaturdayHelping Hands of the Shelter (HHOTS) will hold a benet yard sale Saturday, Nov. 9, at Yarbrough Tire parking lot from 9 a.m. to noon. The sale will feature clothing only, including new and gently used items. Proceeds will benet the Maddie Fund, supporting a stray dog who required emergency surgery and who has since found a forever home.Win tickets to UF/ FSU football gameThe Perry Rotary Club is offering chances to win two tickets to the UF/FSU football game to be played Saturday, Nov. 30, in Gainesville. The tickets are Champions Club seating (valued at $700 total) and include game day buffet and snacks at half-time. The winner will also receive a $50 voucher for gas. Tickets are available for a $5 donation. The drawing will be held at the club meeting on Nov. 19. Proceeds will benet the Perry Rotary Clubs community activities. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889 Perry News-HeraldPerry News-Herald 50 Friday/ SaturdayNovember 8-9, 2013 Index One section 124th Year, No. 44www.perrynewspapers.com Weather Friday71 47 Saturday 75 46 Sunday79 56 Perry News-Herald Perry News-Herald Looking Back . ......... A-2 Living . ..................... A-3 Religion . .................. A-4 Sports . .................... A-6 Entertainment . ........ A-8 TV listings . .............. A-9 Classieds . .......... A-14 News Forum For 27 years, Taylor County High School JROTC has taken the lead in honoring veterans with a Veterans Day ceremony. And each year the band plays a medley of service songs and veterans rise and are recognized when their branch of service is called: Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard. As the years pass, the faces of the men and women rising from their seats and proudly saluting have changed. Some bear a few more wrinkles while othersnewly minted returning veteranscould almost pass for high school students themselves. County to salute its veterans MondayPlease see page 11Former code enforcement board rep cited for violations Former City of Perry Code Enforcement Board member Tonya Holton has been cited for having horses on her property within the city limits, in violation of current zoning and land use regulations. Holton, who remains on the citys Planning and Zone Board as well as its Board of Adjustment, has a hearing date of Monday, Dec. 2, before the citys newly appointed Code Enforcement Magistrate. (The violation was issued to both Holton and her husband, Stacy, as the property owners.) The complaint regarding the horses was led by former city attorney Mike Smith, according to sources close to the situation. The complaint was received by the citys Code Enforcement department in late October and Holton was issued a violation notice on Oct. 31. The citys code enforcement ofcer does not patrol the city looking for violations. When a complaint is received, the ofcer goes to investigate to see if a violation exists and that is what may or may not lead to a violation notice, City Manager Bob Brown said of the process. Someone led a formal complaint, it was investigated and a violation was foundthat there were horses on property that is zoned residential, singlefamily. Holton was cited for the Please see page 11Burglar nabbed at scene of break-inA would-be burglar was caught red-handed and still on the scene of a breakin at the Star Food Mart Wednesday, Oct. 30. Perry Police Department ofcers were dispatched to the convenience store at 2:30 a.m. in response to an alarm. Once there they found Mark Ensley, 18, inside the store. He was taken into custody without incident. When questioned about the break-in, he told ofcers he was looking for synthetic cannabis because he had purchased the product in the store previously. Ofcers searched the store and found no evidence of synthetic cannabis spicein the store, PPD Capt. Jamie Cruse said. Ensley was charged with burglary and criminal mischief. Responding ofcers included Sgt. Gina Deeson, Ptl. Jamin Cephus and Ptl. Kyle Johnson. Ensley posted a $17,000 bond and was released after being booked at the Taylor County Jail. Obamacare: What it means for Taylor County residents By MARK VIOLA Staff writer Its been six weeks since the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), most commonly referred to as Obamacare, federal health insurance exchange went online, and its enrollment website continues to experience signicant problems, forcing most of those looking to purchase policies to apply by phone or mail. Although ofcials say they will have the website www.healthcare.gov working properly by the end of the month, reports are spreading of insurance companies canceling millions of existing policies across the country which do not meet the laws new requirements along with sticker shock as people begin browsing the new exchange. Florida is one of 27 states which opted not to form its own health insurance exchange and is therefore covered by the federallyfacilitated exchange, which is accessed through www. healthcare.gov. Due to website issues, however, it is recommended people call 1-800-318-2596 to register, or visit online and download a paper application form to mail. Those who already have individual insurance policies not purchased through a group or provided by an employer should be notied soon by their providers whether or not their existing policies are considered grandfathered in (and will continue) or will be discontinued. FloridaBlue, for example, recently announced it was not renewing 300,000 individual policies in the state, accounting for 80 percent of such policies, because they do not meet the requirements of the new law. Those policy holders will need to nd new plans through the exchange. One such letter provided to the states, You can keep your current benets until Summer 2014, at which time youll be contacted to select a new plan. Your plan will be in effect as long as you continue to pay your premium on time. PPACA requires businesses with more than 50 employees to offer health insurance to full-time employees, dened in the law as those who work more than 30 hours per week. This employer mandate was originally set to begin in 2014, but the U.S. Department of Treasury Please see page 12 *According to healthcare.gov estimates

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50th CELEBRATION OF FIRST TCHS FOOTBALL TEAMThe Perry Quarterback Club was making plans to honor members of the rst football team, the 1928 Taylor County High School Bulldogs. Speaking for the group, Maurice Linton said only one member of the team had even seen a football game played but before the season was over, We had it all together.HOW MANY DAYS TO CHRISTMAS?For this edition of the Perry News-Herald, the front page declared, shopping days left until Christmas, urging readers to shop at home to make Christmas brighter for Perry and Taylor County.VOTES TABULATEDTaylor County voters followed the statewide trend by electing Bob Graham as governor and Wayne Mixson as lieutenant governor over their Republican counterparts, Jack Eckerd and Paula Hawkins.ANOTHER ELECTIONIn another election, Rudolph Parker was named president of the Taylor County Cattlemens Association. Ofcers and directors included Mike OSteen, Jackie Shaw, Robert Ezell, Gary Gamble, Joe Holton, Ernest Houck and Mrs. Worth Morgan.TWO WEDDINGSThe engagement of Larry Morrison Shingler of Perry and Mary Kathleen Way of Tallahassee was announced in this edition, with a December wedding planned at Epiphany Lutheran Church in Tallahassee. Sharon Annette Holton and Mark Stephen Rice announced their engagement and forthcoming wedding planned for Dec. 9 in New Home Baptist Church.BABIES GALOREWendell Thomas Brinson Jr. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Brinson on Oct. 28 at Doctors Memorial Hospital (DMH). He weighed 6 pounds, 16 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Jon Kent Thompson announced the birth of their daughter, Laura Dawn, on Oct. 31 at DMH. She weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces. Jeremy Daniel Walker was born to Mr. and Mrs. Randy Walker on Oct. 21 at Tallahassee Regional Medical Center. He weighed 7 pounds, 5.5 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Fernandez announced the birth of their daughter, Jamie LaVonne on Sept. 22 in Germany.WHAT A REDFISH!Evan Blanton was pictured with a 13.5 pound redsh caught in local waters. Blanton also brought home a 14-pounder and another that weighed 12.5 pounds.AUCILLA ROYALTYAllison Wheeler was pictured as the sophomore representative of Aucilla Christian Academys homecoming court, with Jimmy Giddens (in football jersey 42) as her escort.HOLIDAY PRICED AT $399.95The Television Center advertised six great reasons to cook your Thanksgiving turkey in a Whirlpool microwave. They included: its fast; its tasty; its clean; its economical; its easy; and nally, its specially priced at $399.95. A-2 Perry News-Herald November 8-9, 2013 Looking Back November 8-9, 2013 THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD November 9 1978 Remember when...By ANTHONY L. WHITE anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.comDinner: it keeps a family together Dinner was the glue that kept my family together. Im not talking about the act of dining together because, except for holiday dinners, the grown-ups and kids rarely ate dinner at the same table or at the same time. The glue that held us together were the actual home-cooked meals. I grew up in a close-knit family. In fact, for the most part, were all still very close. My grandmother, who was the Julia Child of soul food, had a lot to do with my familys closeness. Her meals could draw us home from places near and far. So it wasnt just our hearts that grew fonder when we were away from home. A few weeks without one of her good ole homecooked meals was proof that absence can make the stomach grow fonder too. This was never more apparent than the weeks preceding Thanksgiving. Home-cooked meals kept my family together throughout the year, but every year around this time, my family would start falling apart. My grandmother saved her best cooking for the holiday season, and to make sure we appreciated her best cooking, she didnt cook--at least not her regular meals--during the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving. This included Sundays when she normally cooked enough to feed a small army for at least a week. Before November arrived, our usual meals included two entrees--like meatloaf and fried chicken--as well as rice (served every meal), macaroni and cheese (served every other meal), two vegetables, cornbread or biscuits, and a dessert. And we could always go back for seconds, sometimes thirds. However, after my grandmother declared that Thanksgiving was right around the corner, most days you could freeze water on the stove. Our Friday dinner--hamburgers and fries or hot dogs and baked beans--became our Sunday dinner, and our weekday dinner became bologna sandwiches and potato chips. For a family held together by good eating, this period of grandmotherimposed fasting was devastating. We walked around not speaking to each other unless it was to blame someone--anyone other than my grandmother--for the lack of nourishing, life-sustaining food in the house. We Even though one of my grandmothers pet peeves was begging children, by the second week of November, we were willing begged a neighbor to let us eat dinner at their house. Being strung up by our toes was not a bad enough deterrent for the walking hungry. During this time, we were constantly bombarded by the sight of frozen turkeys, picnic hams, beef roasts, freshly picked collard greens, acre and cheese, bananas, vanilla wafers and a smorgasbord of other food that still looked appetizing uncooked. When we were older, we began trying to bribe our grandmother into cooking a meal before Thanksgiving. Momma, Ill shell those peas and sell some pecans to buy you some more if you want to go ahead and cook them, I tried to persuade her. No, she answered as if she had actually contemplated my suggestion. If you eat them now, you wont want any come Thanksgiving. Yes, I will, I guaranteed her. Well, they wont taste as good come Thanksgiving if I cook them now. Yes, they will. I reassured her. If you cook them, they cant help but be good. She wasnt persuaded. By the time Thanksgiving rolled around, we were so starved that the foil covering the food tasted good. We knew how much we had to be thankful for. As we devoured the meal my grandmother had enticed us with for nearly a month, we were thankful to be eating real food again. We were thankful the best cook in the world hadnt lost her touch. And we were thankful to be a family again. Quotable Quotes Editors Note: The following is a newspaper account following the Korean War on the welcome two POWs received when they arrived home in Perry. On Monday, the community will once again have the opportunity to show its appreciation for its veterans during a number of special Veterans Day activities. The rst is a ceremony at Taylor County High School, followed by a ag-raising ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park and a luncheon at Forest Capital Park. Taylor Countys two prisoners of warCpl. Edward Shefeld and Sgt. William A. Crews arrived in Perry last Saturday amid great confusion on the part of the welcoming party but to the great joy of the families and a host of friends who had turned out to greet them at the local bus station. Scheduled to arrive by bus at 9:30 a.m., then at 10:20 and nally at 2:25 p.m., the soldiers arrived by private automobile furnished by Tobie Walker, a member of the welcoming party. His quick trip to Tallahassee and return got the boys to the local bus station a good half hour before they were expected and caught some of the welcoming party away. Finally, however, after Roland Fisher was located and summoned from a late lunch to take some pictures, the boys were briefed on the county-wide celebration to be held in their honor and released to their families for those long-awaited private reunions. The county-wide celebration originally planned for the day following the arrival of Cpl. Shefeld and Sgt. Crews, has been re-scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 1, in order for another returning former prisoner of warM. Sgt. Gaines C. Robertsto be honored along with the local boys. M. Sgt. Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Roberts, is returning to a new home here in Perry since his parents lived in Columbia, Ga., when he entered the service. He landed in San Francisco last Saturday and is expected in Perry late this week. Dr. Broward Culpepper of Florida State University, a native of Taylor County, has agreed to deliver the address of welcome at the time of the countywide celebration. Other features include a parade, a presentation of appropriate gifts and a sh and swamp cabbage dinner. The Taylor County High School Band will participate. G.D. Hendricks, commander of the local American Legion Post, is general chairman of the celebration activities. The hours remain as originally scheduledfrom 10 a.m. when the parade forms until 1 p.m. when the dinner is scheduled to be over.Families, community:Welcome home, soldiersAs we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them. --John F. Kennedy

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Deidra NewmanA-3 Perry News-Herald November 8-9, 2013 Living Shady Grove oat wins Grand Marshal prize, paying tribute to Floridas history By FLORRIE BURROUGHS Shady Groves oat in the King Tree Parade of the Florida Forest Festival won the Grand Marshal Prize for keeping with the festival theme, Florida History Years. The theme of our oat was Fort Pleasant, 1838 1845 and depicted one of the many forts that was established during the Second Seminole War. Fort Pleasant was located in Shady Grove, though the actual spot has been debated . some say west of Highway 221, some say east. It was located on the Econna River which runs through Shady Grove. There were a lot of hands working on the oat . Valisha Chitwood, Cindy Taylor, Jean McMullen, Claire Hatcher, Jerrod Otero, Scotty Freeman, Patty Otero, Dea Perkins, Barbara Omans and Mireya Otero. Jesse Johnson, Butch Taylor and Red McMullen took care of the construction. A big thank you to all who worked so hard and to Glenn Dice for pulling the oat in the Parade.Christmas is comingThis years Christmas activities will include the parade, craft booths, bounce house, games, music and Santa Claus. There will also be a chili contest and silent auction. We need volunteers to bring chili and cakes. If you have any questions, please call, as follows: parade entries, Florrie Burroughs, 5846343 or 838-6692; craft booths, Claire Hatcher, 5848370 or (850) 253-5120; chili, JoAnn Wilson, 5848181; cakes, Claire Hatcher or Florrie Burroughs. For other questions, call any of the above. The following is a recipe from my sister-in-law, Melodie Rupp, who lives in Pensacola. She and husband, Bob, were here for the Forest Festival. Family gathered for the afternoon at Genaro and Sabrina Pargas home and Melodie made these treats for us. They were delicious!! Almond Bark Cookies1 lb. almond bark (white) 1 c. peanut butter (crunchy) 1 t. vanilla extract 4 c. Rice Krispies cereal 2 c. salted cocktail peanuts 2 c. miniature marshmallows In a very large bowl, melt almond bark and crunchy peanut butter in microwave for approximately 6 minutes, stirring well after 3 minutes. When melted, add vanilla and all other ingredients. Drop by tablespoons on wax paper. Let cool until hardened. This is a super recipe that requires no baking. These cookies freeze well and make a large amount. If frozen just take cookies out just about 15 minutes prior to serving. See you back here in two weeks, Lord willing! Fla.s best-kept secret is out? Pop tops galore Advent Christian Village (ACV) has been called Floridas best kept secret-people who visit for the rst time are often amazed at all the community has to offer. New Director of Marketing, Deidra Newman, hopes to make that secret common knowledge. A graduate of Taylor County High School, and North Florida Community College, Newman served in the U. S. Air Force and attended Hawaii Pacic University before graduating from St. Leo University. For the last six years, she has been director of marketing for North Florida Medical Centers, Inc. covering 12 centers and over 17 counties.Please see page 12

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A-4 Perry News-Herald November 8-9, 2013 Religion Children, three years through fth grade, are invited to gather at First Presbyterian Church on Saturday, Dec. 7, for an afternoon of activities celebrating Advent, the fourweek season leading to Christmas where we prepare for the coming of Christ. In the fellowship hall of the church, activities will include baking, gift-making, storytelling and games. (Hint, hint: This gives parents an afternoon to bake or shop or decorate without interruption!) Fifty spaces are available for this ADVENTure from 1-4 p.m. Please contact the church ofce at 584-3826 by Monday, Nov. 25, to reserve a spot. Deadline Nov. 25Great ADVENTure planned for kids while parents shop, bake Saturday will be a big day at Stewart Memorial A.M.E. Church which is staging a community-wide Family and Friends Day Fall Festival. Activities get underway at 8 a.m., including a multifamily yard sale. At 11 a.m., serving begins for a Jamaican and soul food dinner. Kids will be entertained with bounce houses and other free activities at 12 noon. The church is located at 1113 W. Hampton Springs Avenue. Please call 584-7194 for additional information. Jamaican food Sat. at Stewart TIDBITS:Graduates recognized on Sunday By SARAH HALL Beware! A closed mind is a dangerous thing. We learn when we listen. So if you close your mind, you retard your learning (your growth). If youre going to be wise, you must listen to the counsel of others. Accept discipline. Learn to govern your thoughts and be in control of you words. He that walketh with wise men shall be wise: but a companion of fools shall be destroyed. (Proverbs 13:20) Learn to not say everything you think. He that keepeth his mouth keepeth his life; but he that openeth wide his lips shall have destruction. (Proverbs 13:3) A wise man knows that evil words can hurt. Be a mender of broken hearts, not a destroyer. Its up to you! Pomp and circumstance The familiar sound of Pomp and Circumstance played as the graduates entered the room. Taylor Countys Fifth Sunday Union Christian Leadership School (CLS) commencement program was held Nov. 2 in the New Brooklyn Church fellowship hall. The program speaker was Dr. Robert Butler/president of P.A.M.P., president of the District Congress of Christian Education, and present pastor of Little John, M.B. Church. After the program, delicious refreshments were served. Certicates we presented by Rev. Butler, Dean Juanita Scott and Associate Dean Vera Newberry. The graduates are: Bro. Walter Bishop, Bro. Charles Brooks, Sister Jo-Ann Brooks, Bro. Donald James, Deacon James Lockett, Deacon Floyd Mango, Min. Joe A. Rowe, Bro. Enoch S. Smith Sr., Min. Sarah A. Terrell. The Rev. Izell Montgomery Jr. is president of Taylor County Union. Special Prayers The Rev. Roosevelt Knight (pastor of New Bethel), Ron King, Nobie Roberts, Idell Bass, Donna Washington, all at home. Special Prayers of condolences to James Locketts family in the loss of their loved one. A positive thought: The way of a fool is right in his own eyes; but he that hearkeneth unto counsel is wise. (Proverbs 12:15). The youth ministry of Union Street Church of God urges your patronage Saturday when chicken dinners will be prepared. Plates include one leg quarter, macaroni and cheese, baked beans, green beans and a roll. An $8 donation is requested. The event will be held at 301 S. Jefferson Street. For advance tickets, please call Minister Phillip Johnson III at 843-0911 or Daphene Sloan at 223-1113 or Amy Mote at (407) 921-8943.Youth sell chicken dinners The 71st annual Turkey Supper will be held at the First Methodist Church on Thursday, Nov. 14, from 5-7 p.m. Tickets are $10 and must be purchased by Monday. Call the church at 584-3028 or Glenda Hamby at 584-5545.Get tickets for Thanksgiving dinner NOW!!

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Perry Primary School has recognized the following students who were named to the rst nine weeks honor roll for the 2013-14 school year: Kindergarten, All As Kylie Aikens, Corey Alexander, Princess Austin, Dustin Bailey, Makenzie Bishop, Amirrah Britt, Victoria Brock, Jacob Brown, Houston Brumit, Houston Byrd, Kyler Campbell, Noah Cannon, Addalyn Collins, Katilyn Colson, Colt Cook, Natalie Craft, Miranda Cruce, Rylee Cruce, Breanna Denton, Joey Dunnell, Levi Ellison, Addison English, Immuri Faulk, Tandyn Fitchett, Bralyn Flowers, Zymya Flowers, Macon Folsom, Brett Freeman, Kaleb Freeman, Lane Frost, Alexis Gagne, Emilee Gervin, Caiden Gipson, Rylee Glenn, Chryshila Glover, Alanna Gourlay, Maegan Gregory, Sage Grifn, Karissa Gross, Kaden Guenthner, Colby Gunter, Emilie Gysin, Alaysia Hamilton, Tristian Harrell, Hudson Harvey, Skyrah Hooper, Takailyn Howard, Auren Jefferson, Nicholas Kinsey, Kaylan Kirk, Kira Linton, Abigail Lusby, Steven Lutane, Kamorrey Mango, Javon Maxwell, Emma McMillan, Aislynn McMullen, Layla Messick, Bryson Mills, Mitchell Mims, Jayden Mock, Baileigh Montgomery, Sienna Moody, Andrew Moore, Caroline Murphy, Treasure Nash, Alanna Nguyen, Caleb Ondash, Brenton Padgett, Colson Patrick, Kaitlynn Porter, Marley Revels, Mckenzie Ridgeway, Lydia Robinson, Aubrey Sadler, Hunter Stephens, Ally Strickland, Kate Sullivan, Taryn Taylor, Andrea Turner, Grant Turner, Ava Turner Sanchez, William Tuten, Camen Upshaw, Cynthia Upshaw, DeAva Williams, Aiden Wilson and Sydney Wilson. Kindergarten, A/B Johnny Anderson, Lucious Anthony, Nicholas Austin, Caden Blanton, Garin Blanton, Emily Blue, Peyton Bolden, Dekylin Brooks, Candler Campbell, Danielle Clark, Lane Cochran, Mattison Coulliette, Byron Davis, Vanessa Dice, Aniyah Ellis, Antonio Fitchett, Cenyilah Fitchett, Deandre Flowers, Cathrine Floyd, Bryson Fowler, Isreal Franklin-Atkins, Jessa Freed, Kennidy GlennSimmons, Jershila Glover, Keyshanna Harris, Justin Heartseld, Kinzee Helton, Tryntee Jackson, Katelynn Janinda, Allyvia Johnson, Kelby Kuehn, Hannah McCall, Alexis McDonald, Jhamiyah McIntyre, HaDyn McNeal, Nylena Mitchell, Landon Mixon, Aiden Morgan, Triston Murphy, Dajah Nash, Trevor Nichols, Brailynn Omans, Jillyan Perez, Tylen Ponder, Desiya Richardson, Nicholas Roberts, Orin Rogers, Lahna Ross, Faith Rowell, Jayden Schmidt, Knyon Simmons, Alyissa Slaughter, Skylar Slaughter, Caleb Smith, Lucian Smith, Addyson Spradley, Caden Stokes, Kaylee Strickland, Nathan Strickland, Eli Sumrall, Aaron Taylor, Addison Thompson, Averie Tomlinson, Cameron Walker, Hannah Walker, Shermora Waring, Andreaz Washington, Elizabeth White, Kameron White, Robert Willetts, Taylor Wilson and Madison Young. 1st grade, All As Madison Allen,Addison Aman, Matthew Bembry, Cheyann Bowles, Kaylee Boyington, Promise Britt, Destin Brown, Landon Burford, Brooke Chaney, Kyler Cruce, Variah Dunnell,Peyton Ellison, Rachel Farris,Dewayne Flowers, Tristan Flowers, Benjamin Folsom,Savannah Forehand, Chloe Freeman, Ava Gantt, Bryce Gunter, Matteline Howard,Audrey James, Kayden Lee, Caleb Linton, Adrian Mathis, Kaden Micklos,Sophia Padgett, Claire Parker, Isaac Parker, Tristin Parks, Landen Patrick, Mason Paul, Chrishya Reaves, Sidney Rucker, Landon Schlegel, Kennadie Smith,Sunni Spradley, Luke Tate, Ava Turner, Emily Vann, Kayden Weatherly, Andrew Webb, John Weed and Jordan Weirick. 1st grade, A/B Ethan Allison, Benjamin Bettilyon, Lauralai Brannen, Morris Bratcher, Janiya Brown, Tim Brown, Haley Chitwood, John Curry, Jack Dewey, James Dice, Emily Edwards, Carlos Escorpizo, Jovanna Ferrer, Isaiah Flick, Hunter Freeman, Louis Gaddy, Adetrick Gant, Ethan Gear, Robert Glanton, Faith Gray, Montray Grifn, Ziyah Grifn, Rhyan Hamilton, Wendell Hardemon, Bradley Hart, Joseph Heartseld, Degan Hernandez, Ethan Holden, Joseph Hunter, Thomas Ingram, Aurelia Island, Zakari Jackson, Dariana Jones, Isaac Kallschmidt, Hailey Kirkman, Savannah Kraft, Reyna Lara, Sydney Lawson, Avery Levingston, Assyria Lewis, Aiden Monk, Brant Neal, Alexander Neel-Burnip, Piper Odom, Gracelyn Raker, Rashun Ridgeway, Jamarion Robinson, Timothy Shaw, Natalie Smith, Jackson Taylor, Elena Torres, Kamiyah A-10 Perry News-Herald November 8-9, 2013 And the winners are... Organizers of the annual Chamber of Commerce Halloween Costume Contest & Pumpkin Carving Contest have announced they will add an adult category next year due to a jump in participation. Nearly 50 contestants Taylor County Middle School has announced its honor roll for the rst nine weeks grading period for the 2013-14 school year: 6th grade, All As Jaydyn Shyan Andrews, Ethan Chadwick Buckhalter, Jackson Roscoe Cash, Nicole Stephanie Davis, Mariana Gabrielle Fields, Robert Henry Glanton, Alexis Christine Gorby, Russell Dillon Gregory, Caroline Elizabeth Hornsby, Bradley Jameson LaValle, Jayla Nicole Moseley, Janki Kirit Patel, Katelyn Mae Ricketson, Theresa Jerrell Rogers, Adam Lawson Sellers, Joseph Emmanuel Shoaff, Destiny Ann Sullivan and Zachary Evan Young. 6th grade, A/B Sierra Beatrice Anderson, Alyssa Jayce Belle, Elizabeth Lorena Blue, Brandon Tyler Bolden, Christopher Lee Buehler, Phillip James Butler, Tyler Elizabeth Copen, Sherwin Lewis Davis, Briana Nicole Flowers, Tailor Suzanne Gillyard, Ariel Brook Grambling, Lynnzie Del Grubbs, Keelan Reid Johnson, Ceven Jaszmyne K Kidd, Leslie Gamao Knowles, Haleigh Brooke Lavalle, Johnathan Daniel Lewis, Josie Wei Louk, Sadie Rose Mack, Jarquez Deuntray Mango, Gabriel Lee Mcmullen, Jamieahna Jashay McNair, Ladona Aurora Mingus, Megan Annie Murphy, Julian Isaiah Phillips, Jordan Nichol Pyke, Keiaira Deshai Schubert, Logan Hunter Smart, Katie Elizabeth Smith, Melody Brooke Spradley, Victoria Gayle Taylor, Phuong Thu T. Tran, Franklin Adam Webber and Kimbria Knyla Williams. 7th grade, All As Noved Ahmed, Abigail Elaine Langford, Abigail Ann Martinez, Jason Henry McHargue, Carley Diana Ondash, Dharni C. Patel, Noah Christopher Sadler, Shelby Lynn Sloan and Abby Anna Stewart. 7th grade, A/B Hannah Elizabeth Albritton, Gregory Robert Bauer, Nykasha Chynez Britt, Alyssa Faith Broome, Caelyn Marie Brown, Kathryn Leetta Brown, Jadakist Janaye Campbell, Mattea Claire Chafn, Cowart, Jamie Nicole Caysee M. Cruce, Davis Lee Cruce, Alexis Lee Davis, Hayden Chase Dice, Ajayah Sayonna Ellis, Caleb Andrew Fall, Gary Allen Flanders, Isabella Nicole Flores, Harmony Alexis Glanton, Devante Jermaine Glover, Javonna Nicole Green, Cheyenne Talissa Haywood, Nathan Adam Hendry, Nhizayia Zhane Hill, Michael Hardy Jandula, Ethan Cade Johnson, Max Mark Kallschmidt, Emily Rose Knudsen, Alissa Melody Lanier, Jonathon William McIntosh, Caroline Elaine Middleton, Robert Owen Moon, Cameron Ryan Mosley, Ariana Alexus Nesbitt, Sebastian Michael Schwender, Brooke Kaylee Sharpe, Seth Allen Smyrnios, Tyler Adron Stokes, Erica Denise Taylor, Karman Elise Walker, Matthew Thomas Wallat, Austin Alexander Waters and Sarah Elizabeth Webber. 8th grade, All As Hunter LaChase Bell, Kendal Brooke Blue, Katherine Renee Crawford, Chloe Suzanne Cruce, John Lawton Deming, Rylee Susanne Hudson, Robert Marshall Kelly, Jessica Brooke Knowles, Philip Austin Lago, Clara Jane Lilliott, Landon Richard Livingston, Delanie Faith Louk, Ashton Marie Massey, Joshua Scott Mixon, Shawna Lauren Montgomery, Anna Marie Morgan, Jordan Michael Niles, Sharon Nicole Norberg, Drayton Noah Pegg, Katelyn Kale Schmigel-Devane, Joel Connor Stengel, Hunter Diane Vann, Nathaniel Washington, Lillie Mae Welch and Brandon Jacob Young. 8th grade, A/B Nazil Ahmed, Brandon Anthony Allbritton, Alijah Miracle Ash, Drista Elaine Bailey, Henry Joshua Blue, Millie Deeanna Branch, Lajohna Denise Britt, Tija Nimaya T. Britt, Hunter Chad Brown, Sarah Breanna Buzbee, Nita Nicole Carter, Clayton Dilan Clark, Victor Christian Conde, Naldrec Antonio-Ul Dixon, Megan Clarissa Edwards, Heidi Marie English, Anthony Terry Finn, Katelyn Elizabeth Gant, Jakari Levon Hankerson, Keon Rhamad Irvin, Thomas Joseph Lee, Ceanna Blake Markle, Lillie Karoline McNutt, Eli Daniel Morgan, Victoria Renee Morgan, Meagan Emily Mosley, Samantha Marie Norman, Ariel Brooke Parker, Sahil K. Patel, Kylee Faith Roberts, Kayla Dawn Schmigel-Devane, Kendall Nicole Smith, Cassie Nicole Stewart, Brandin Chadwick Thurman, Jarrett Ben Touchton, Victoria Diana Valentine, Silvia Roxana Villagomez, Nicheal Lametris Wiley, Brailyn Elizabeth Wilkes, Timothy Shane J. Williams and Clinton Chanse Wood. TCMS announces rst honor roll for new school year representatives from the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce. Please see page 11 Off to a good start: 88 PPS kindergarteners make All As for rst nine weeks of school New business, new chamber member

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A-11 Perry News-Herald November 8-9, 2013Upshaw, Shaniyla Upshaw, Kyla Vongvilay, Cheyenna Weatherly, Riley Webb, Morgan Whetsel, Kaylee Whiddon, Journey Williams, John Wilson and Samantha Wright. 2nd grade, All As Briana Amman, Saranz Blackshear, Colbi Bodiford, Allison Brantley, Rebekah Buhler, Allen Collier, Laney Cruce, Seth Cutshall, Hayden Durham, Courtney Dyer, Natalie Eastman, Anna English, Caden Finley, Shane Flores, Mallory Folsom, Jaret Fuller, Emaley Gentry, Julio Gonzalez, Ella Goodman, Nicholas Gorby, Carson Gray, Garrison Guenthner, Rebekah Hill, Abbey Jacobs, Caleb Jones, Evan Lago, Conner LaValle, Arabia Lewis, Molly Lundy, Morgan Lundy, Jonathan Manning, Michael McCurdy, Connor Murphy, Hannah Shiver, Brayden Swikey, Gavin Towles, Sierra Watson, Katelyn Webber, Rachel White, Denton Wiggins, Tucker Wiles, Gavin Williams, Ashlynn Williamson. 2nd grade, A/B Hank Albritton, Promise Ash, Ethan Beach, Kayla Bellerice, Phinnist Bolden, Abigail Buhler, Jerquise Clayton, Annastacia Coleman, Sylvester Collins, Luke Dayton, Macy Dean, Trenton Delacruz, Dylan Dibler, Landen Feagle, Delainey Forbes, Zhiki Graham, Dontay Green, Aunia Haddock, Leah Harris, Hannah Harvey, Matthew Hodges, Paris Holton, Lindasue Jackson, Austin Knowles, Erica Landry, Madisen Lewis, Rex Lorentz, Claire Massey, Asa McMahan, Elijah Miller-Jaycox, Nathan Neal, Brendon Newham, Hermione Padgett, Jaylee Peake, Clay Perez, Jordan Ramseur-Nance, Tristin Rector, Brenden Reed, John Shaw, Braeden Smith, Hayden Taylor, Nathaniel Tedder, Jhganna Turnbough, Aliveah Tuten, Sara Wallace, Brandon Weekley, Karindall Williamson and Christopher Wright-Watson. GOOD START Continued from page 10 Straight A students named Regardless of their age, one thing is very clear: their dedication to duty and love of country. Taylor County residents are invited to join the JROTCs salute to these men and womenwho are friends and neighbors to us allduring the 27th annual Veterans Day Ceremony planned Monday, Nov. 11, starting at 10:30 a.m. (Guests are asked to arrive by 10:15 a.m.) Winners of this years Voice of Democracy essay contest will share their winning entries: JROTC Cadet First Lt. Zachary Geyer, rst place; Cole Folsom, second place; and Cadet Second Lt. Mitchell Davis. Representatives from Taylor Countys veteran organizations will then present the winners with awards: Dale Franklin, AMVETS; Al Grubbs, VFW; and Neil McCranie, American Legion. Major Christopher McDaniel will also speak during the program. JROTC cadets and their instructors invite all veterans, their families and the community at large to attend. A ag-raising ceremony will be held at Veterans Memorial Park following the program, starting at noon. Veterans and their families are then invited to a luncheon which will be held in their honor at Forest Capital Park (Heritage Pavilion). The event, hosted by the Taylor County Board of Commissioners, has continued to grow each year and organizers expect a large crowd again this year. Special guest speaker will be Capt. Nicklous J. Ross, a 30-year Navy veteran. During his three decades of service, Ross has completed deployments aboard the USS America, US Eisenhower and USS Enterprise. He served as OIC of extended detachments aboard several ships in the Eastern Mediterranean. He also served in a variety of shore billets including working on the staff of the chief of naval operations in Washington, D.C., and chief of naval personnel in Millington, Tenn. He also served on the joint staff supporting arms control treaties and served as commander of inspection operations with the One Site Inspection Agency (OSIA). After retiring in 2003, he accepted a position with the North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System in Gainesville. As assistant director, his primary responsibility is the development and support of the groups 11 community based outpatient clinics and rural health outreach clinics. The future Rural Health Outreach Clinic in Perry will be one of the 12 under his direction. Ross earned a bachelor of science in management from Miami University, a masters degree in personnel management from Central Michigan University and is an MIT seminar XXI Fellow. His personal awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal and the Navy Achievement Medal. He has more than 4,200 helicopter ight hours. Mondays luncheon will begin at 12:30 p.m. horses once before, back in 2004. The city council at that time conrmed there was a violation but nothing happenedwe have looked at the minutes and that was pretty much the end of the trail. No further action was taken, Brown said. You can have horses if the land is zoned agricultural and there are procedures in place to make a zoning request. An individual who receives a notice can go before the magistrate and state their case. If any party disagrees with the code enforcement ruling, then he or she can le an appeal, which will then go before the circuit court. The city council does not have the authority to overrule the magistrates ruling (or decisions made by the former Code Enforcement Board), Brown said. VETERANS Continued from page 1 Commission to host luncheon for veterans on Monday at 12:30 p.m. Ruth Virginia ParrishRuth Virginia Parrish, 91, of Perry, died Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013, at Haven Hospice in Lake City,. Parrish was born Oct. 1, 1922, in Perry, to Harley and Cora (Bethea) Akins. Mrs. Parrish was preceded in death by her husband, Lloyd Parrish, and her daughter, Nelda Faye Parrish. Mrs. Parrish was a member of Spring Warrior Church of Christ. She was a homemaker and also worked as a practical nurse at Doctors Memorial Hospital. She is survived by her son, Kay Parrish, and wife Ella Mae, of Perry, and a host of nieces, nephews and many good friends. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 10, at Spring Warrior Church of Christ in Perry with Dan Chaney ofciating. Interment will follow in Spring Warrior Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-7 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 9, at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home, which is in charge of arrangements. Obituary VIOLATIONS Continued from page 1 Magistrate rulings must be appealed to circuit court, not city council

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A-16 Perry News-Herald November 8-9, 2013 Editors 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. June 28: Heather Elizabeth McCormack, 22, 801 Paige Street, FTA (battery), Ptl. Cephus, PPD. June 29: Jonathan McKnight, 41, 1129 West Hampton Spring Ave., trafc cocaine, battery on law enforcement, resist without violence, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. Michael Wiles, 37, 2880 West Paige Road, DUI, Trooper Harrell, FHP. Frank Mohundro, 34, 2234 Green Farm Road, warrant/ VOP, Sgt. Tompkins, TCSO. Michael Perry, 40, 8572 Alton Wentworth Road, Greenville, FTA, Deputy Burford, TCSO. Keir Amanda Johnson, 39, 8572 Alton Wentworth Road, Greenville, warrant/FTA, Sgt. Tompkins, TCSO. Lachadrick McBride, 34, 105 Beverly Street, VOP (sale of cocaine, resisting without violence), Ptl. Johnson, PPD. June 30: Jason Delbert Quiett, 29, 1112 East Granger Drive, trespass, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. Joylyn Rosa Tuten, 40, 3075 David Horton, VOP (possession of controlled substance), Deputy Shaw, TCSO. July 1: Thomas Padgett, 33, 6430 Beach Road, writ of attachment (child support), Ptl. Grifn, PPD. Romeiro Fews, 22, 100 Pate Street, possession of less than 20 grams, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. Kyle Lee Davis, 41, 214 Marjorie Drive, VOP (petit theft), Deputy Gunter, TCSO. Danny R Smith, 25, Jacksonville, VOP (possession of listed chemical), Deputy Hooker, TCSO. July 2: Ernest Eugene Turner, 43, Mayo, FTA, Deputy Hooker, TCSO. July 3: Thomas S. Randall, 39, 1220 North Cherry Street, VOP (grand theft), Ptl. Murphy, PPD. Tony Glen Cameron, 46, 1578 Courtney Road, DWLS, Ptl. Murphy, PPD. Nicole Lee Padgett, 38, 205 1/2 Faulkner Street, out of county warrants, Sgt. Tompkins, TCSO. Amberley Raquel Smith, 34, 608 Sam Poppell Road, child abuse, reckless driving, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. July 4: Lezlie Ann Nicole Floyd, 22, 500 South Warner Ave., revoke pretrial release, Deputy J. Cash, TCSO. William Worthy Turner, 45, Jena, writ of bodily attachment, Deputy Burford, TCSO. Darell L. Jones, 18, Madison, lewd/lascivious, Ptl. McKenzie, PPD. Laura Barton, 34, 502 Hawthorne Street, VOP (DWLS), Ptl. Cannon, PPD. Daniel Clinton Jordan, 43, Americus, Ga., warrant/ VOP (possession of cocaine), Deputy Burford, TCSO. Edward Bernard Watkins, 49, South Highway 19, Lot 20, battery, Deputy Shaw, TCSO. Randall Thomas, 52, 1565 Bernard Johnson Road, DWLS habitual, VOP (disorderly conduct), Sgt. Campbell, TCSO. Whitney Mendoza, 42, 1829 South Byron Butler Parkway, battery, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. July 5: Andrew Workman, 26, 1409 Broken Bow Court, disorderly intoxication, Deputy Shaw, TCSO. Collis Watson, 45, 1129 Stark Lane, Steinhatchee, VOP (sale of cannabis), Deputy Blue, TCSO. April Anthony, 33, 3040 Foley Cut Off, VOP (cheating and grand theft), Deputy Blue, TCSO. James William Chapman, 34, 1065 Langford Lane, no valid drivers license, Ptl. Grifn, PPD. Jeffery Garner, 22, 500 South Warner Ave, VOP (possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis), Deputy Blue, TCSO. Arthur Nelson, 20, 311 Second Street, FTA/petit theft warrant, Deputy Blue, TCSO. Justin H. Sims, 31, 3698 Harrison Blue Road, VOP (possession of less than 20 grams cannabis), trespass property other structure, Deputy Hooker, TCSO. Christopher Michael Thompson, 39, Pensacola, possession of controlled substance, possession of analog, Deputy Hooker, TCSO. Sandy Ann Mock, 32, 5450 Dudley Benton Road, retail theft, Ptl. Murray, PPD. July 6: Kenitra Davis, 24, 3309 US Hwy 19 South lot 105, warrant/ FTA, Deputy Gulbrandsen, TCSO. James Anthony Farrill, 28, 8063 Marsan Road, aggravated assault, Deputy Lundy, TCSO. Billy Ray White, 65, Decatur Ga., DWLS, no vehicle registration, Ptl. Grifn, PPD. Todd Dailey, 45, Ocala, battery, Deputy Lundy, TCSO. July 7: Jacqueline Yvonne Gaines, 48, 239 Front Street, retail theft, Ptl. Grifn, PPD. Troy McGuire III, 24, 11467 Red Water Lake Road, battery, Sgt. Woods, TCSO. July 8: Jason Wilson Wall, 31, 2879 Boyd Road, DUI manslaughter, driving under the inuence with serious injury, Deputy Owens, TCSO. Darrius Beasley, 22, 1225 Pinecrest Rd., out of county warrant, Ptl. Murphy, PPD. Savannah Elizabeth Shefeld, 21, Tallahassee, disorderly intoxication, Deputy Shaw, TCSO. Jacqueline Rene Denson, 51, Boynton Beach Florida, DUI, cruelty towards child, Ofcer Chafn, FHP. July 10: Robert Thomas Williams, 30, 1047 East Ash Street, sentenced to 60 days county jail, Ofcer Ford, TCSO Kierria Cook, 21, 205 West Willow Street, assault, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. Akeem D. Price, 20, 104 Alice Street, battery, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. Darrick Michael Russell, 22, 2949 Mixon Road, out of county warrant, false name to law enforcement ofcer, Ptl. McKenzie, PPD. Oscar Glenn, 57, 702 West Willow Street, battery, Ptl. J Bass, PPD. Amy Dice, 26, 4734 Ira L. Smith Road, Greenville, FTA/ DUI, Sgt. Woods, TCSO. Cassie Bryant, 28, 600 Granger Drive, possession of cocaine, Deputy Gunter, TCSO. Kashawn S. Davis, 23, 1114 East Main Street, sale of cocaine, possession of cocaine with intent, possession of hydrocodone with intent to sell, Deputy Gunter, TCSO. Dennis L. August, 44, 910 West Homer J. Smith, possession of cocaine with intent to sell, Deputy Gunter, TCSO. Morris Walker, 29, 404 North Washington Street, sale of cocaine, Deputy Gunter, TCSO. Johnny Ellis Anderson Jr., 28, 1403 West Martin Luther King, sale of cocaine, Deputy Gunter, TCSO. JP Austin, 37, 121 Buffalo Drive, sale of cocaine, VOP, Sgt. Woods, TCSO. Johnny Munningham, 26, 506 West Willow, sale of cocaine, VOP (possession of cocaine), Deputy Gunter, TCSO. Dontray C. Brown, 22, 1155 Pinecrest Road, sale of cocaine, VOP (felony criminal mischief), Deputy Gunter, TCSO. Nichole Barteau, 21, 500 South Warner Ave., Lot 2, warrant/child abuse, Ptl. Murray, PPD. July 11: Carol Upshaw, 43, 213 South Blair Ave. sentenced to one day county jail (contempt of court), Judge Parker. Jared L. Blount, 24, 118 West Willow Street, sale of cocaine, Deputy Blue, TCSO. July 12: Dustin Bain, 29, 101 Pinetree Road, resist with violence, Sgt. Tompkins, TCSO. Glenn Sadler, 60, 6765 Beach Road, motion to revoke pretrial release, Deputy Owens, TCSO. Douglas Lee Flood, 26, 604 East Maurice Linton Road, child abuse/contributing, Ptl. Dice, PPD. Chad Karshone James, 35, 3309 US Hwy 19, possession of controlled substance, possession of analogs, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. Amanda Johnson, 30, 604 East Maurice Linton, child abuse/contributing, Ptl. McKenzie, PPD. James Ronald Terry, 27, 3221 James Smith Road, eeing and eluding, DWLS, Sgt. Campbell, TCSO. July 13: Robin A. Hilson, 31, 6430 Beach Road, grand theft, Ptl. Cannon, PPD. Chadrick S. Fleno, 33, Madison, no valid drivers license, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. July 14: James Richard Thomas, 24, 2178 Casper Street, concealed rearm, eeing and eluding, Ptl. Cephus, PPD. At the Booking Desk