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Perry news-herald
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Blood drive slated this SaturdayOneBlood has scheduled a community blood drive in Perry for this Saturday, Jan. 4, as they work to maintain their blood stores over the holiday season. The drive will be held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Walmart. No appointment is required. Donors will receive a voucher for two free movie tickets and a wellness checkup. For more information, call (800) 68-BLOOD or visit oneblood.org.Sneed will be keynote speaker at Jan. 19 MLK programThe 2014 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Celebration will be held Sunday, Jan. 19, 6 p.m., at New Brooklyn Missionary Baptist Church. The keynote speaker for the occasion will be native son and gospel recording artist, Troy Sneed. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889 Perry News-HeraldPerry News-Herald 50 Friday/ SaturdayJanuary 3-4, 2014 Index One section 125th Year, No. 1www.perrynewspapers.com Weather Friday47 29 Saturday 63 28 Sunday70 46 30% Perry News-Herald Perry News-Herald Looking Back . ......... A-2 Living . ..................... A-3 Religion . .................. A-4 Entertainment . ........ A-6 TV listings . .............. A-7 Classieds . ............ A-8News Forum Residents should not worry if they see an increased law enforcement presence around a local school next weekseveral local agencies will be beginning their new year with a special training exercise. There will be no students present during the exercise, ofcials said. If you see Exercise in Progress signs near schools, do not be alarmed. We will have law enforcement ofcers in the area to answer any questions you may have. The exercise is being conducted in conjunction with the Taylor County Sheriffs Ofce, Perry Police Department and other public safety agencies along with Taylor County Emergency Management. The school emergency exercise will be used to test and evaluate both the schools and the agencies responses. The rst exercise will be held Tuesday, Jan. 7. Teachers and administrative staff will be on hand and involved during the exercise. The events that lead to the exercise will begin at 6 a.m. and should be concluded no later than 11:30 a.m. AMTEC/Less Lethal Systems will also be lending its expertise to the training exercise.This is only a test... Local agencies band together for training exerciseMan injured in 2 a.m. crashA 21-year-old Perry man was seriously injured in an early-morning crash on Cabbage Grove Road Thursday, Jan. 2. Christopher Shane Westberry was transported to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. The driver of the vehicle, Jeffery Dale Timoley, 25, also of Perry, sustained minor injuries and was treated at Doctors Memorial Hospital. Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) Trooper John Sleigher reported the men were traveling west on Cabbage Grove Road around 2:35 a.m. when Timoleys 2008 Chevy Silverado crossed the westbound lane and veered onto the grass shoulder of the dirt road. The truck crashed head-on with a tree and came to a nal rest the point of impact. According to the report, Westberry was wearing his seatbelt at the time of the wreck; Timoley was not. Charges are pending in the case. In the spotlight First new arrivals of 2014 are Taylor-made2014 is starting off with a baby boom, with two new Taylor-made arrivals being born within hours of one another on Wednesday, Jan. 1, at Tallahassee Memorial. Joey and Vanessa Taylor welcomed their third son Landen Mims Taylorat 1:01 p.m. on 01-01-14. Drew and Randi M. Taylor welcomed their second sonHarper Lee Taylorat 11:22 p.m. on 01-01-14. Although not related, the newborns will share not only a birthday, but also the honor of being Taylor Countys rst New Arrivals of 2014. Vanessa Taylor said her original due date was Christmas Day (Dec. 25, 2013) and actually hoped she would deliver before then. But Christmas Day came and wentand no Landen. My water broke about 3 a.m. New Years Day and we were off to Tallahassee, she said. Landen arrived less than 12 hours later, weighing in at 9 pounds, 7 ounces. He was 21 inches long. Vanessa reports that everyone is happy and healthy. Landen is welcomed home by two big brothers: Hayden, 7, and Wyatt, 4. His maternal grandparents are Debra Mims and the late Larry Mims. Paternal grandparents are Joanne and Junior Nix, and George Taylor, all of Perry. Great grandparents are Nina Taylor and the late Junior Taylor, and Evelyn Dortch and the late Eddie Dortch. Harper Lee Taylors arrival fell along the lines of a New Years Day surprise for his parents, Drew and Randi. She wasnt due until Jan. 16 and a C-section was scheduled for Jan. 10. But he decided to come early, Please see page 5 Candidates are off to a running start for ELECTION 2014CITY, COUNTY RACES COUNTY COMMISSION District 2Jim Moody (R)District 4Pam Feagle (D)Governor Attorney General Chief Financial Ocer Comm. of AgricultureRick Scott (R) Pam Bondi (R) Je Atwater (R) Adam Putnam (R)CITY COUNCILDistrict 1CITY COUNCILDistrict 2 To date, the only local incumbents who have led for candidacy are County Commissioners Jim Moody and Pam Feagle. According to the Florida Division of Elections, all district and state incumbents have led as candidates except for Circuit Judge Julian Collins.DISTRICT, STATE RACESWhat seats will be on the ballot?SEAT INCUMBENT* CITY COUNCIL District 4Don Cook (NP)District 5Daryll Gunter (NP) SCHOOL BOARD District 1Danny Glover (NP)District 2Brenda Carlton (NP) District 4Danny Lundy (NP) SEAT INCUMBENT* U.S. Congress (Dist. 2)Rep. Steve Southerland (R)Florida House (Dist. 7)Rep. Halsey Beshears (R) CIRCUIT JUDGE Group 4 Group 6Greg Parker (NP) Julian E. Collins (NP) With seven local ofcials up for re-election this year, combined with a full slate of state seats set to be on the ballot, 2014 is shaping up to be another busy election year. The primary election this year will be held Aug. 26 with the general election set for Nov. 4. Locally, the seats held by county commissioners Jim Moody (District 2) and Pam Feagle (District 4), city council members Don Cook (District 4) and Daryll Gunter (District 5), and school board members Danny Glover (District 1), Brenda Carlton (District 2) and Danny Lundy (District 4) will all be up for reelection. According to Taylor County Supervisor of Elections Dana Southerland, as of Thursday, two county candidates--Feagle and Moody--have led their paperwork with her ofce. The qualifying deadline for county candidates is June 20 at 12 noon. The City of Perry handles its own qualifying and City Manager Bob Brown said ling for candidacy will open May 19 and close June 17 at 12 noon. Candidate packets will be available later this month. Both city and school board candidates are non-partisan races and could be decided during the Aug. 26 primary election should a candidate receive 50 percent plus one of the vote; otherwise, the top two candidates will move on to a Please see page 5 Donate Life Florida, the states organ and tissue education organization, honored its motor vehicle and government agency partners with ve dedicated roses on the 2014 Donate Life Rose Parade Float, with one of those roses dedicated to the Taylor County Tax Collectors Ofce for boasting the most improved donor registration rate in the state. I want to thank Taylor County and the staff of the Taylor County Tax Collectors Ofce for the improvement in donor participation, Tax Collector Mark Wiggins said. Each new registered organ donor has the possibility of saving lives in the future. The countys participation jumped 14 percent this past year, and Wiggins said it was a goal of his ofce to Local tax ofce blooms on oat in Rose ParadePlease see page 5

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NOTEWORTHY NAMES BEGIN NEW YEARMartha Haynes was welcomed as editor of the Perry News-Herald, having served in that same capacity for the Taco Times. Haynes departed the Taco Times to assume a position as correspondent for the Tallahassee Democrat, and she said she would continue in that capacity. Debra Sue Blue was pictured with an announcement of her engagement to Charles Edward Campbell The wedding was planned for Feb. 10, 1979, at Friendship Baptist Church. Malcolm Chas Jay was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jay Jr. on Dec. 25 at Doctors Memorial Hospital, weighing 9 pounds, 2 ounces. Bartholomew Aaron Wisekal was the new family member for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wisekal. Born at DMH on Dec. 25, he weighed 8 pounds, 4.75 ounces. Yancie Brannen, who celebrated his third birthday at McDonalds on Dec. 11, was pictured with friends who gathered. Debra Murray, 1975 graduate of Taylor County High School, was pictured as she prepared to depart as a missionary in Madrid, Spain, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.NEW YEAR, NEW SALES!Double Top Value Stamps Days were beginning at Winn-Dixie where 100 percent satisfaction was guaranteed. If it was fruit you wanted, bananas were 19 cents a pound at A&P and pineapples were 79 cents each.A-2 Perry News-Herald January 3-4, 2014 Looking Back January 3-4, 2014 THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD January 4, 1979 Quotable Quotes Share your history with us!Class photos, family stories, local historical artifacts...please call 584-5513 or e-mail newsdesk@ perrynewspapers.com today. Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goal.--Henry FordIf you want to make your dreams come you have to do is wake up. --J.M. PowerThough no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending. --Attributed to Carl BardThere are many wonderful things that will never be done if you do not do them. --Charles D. GillIt is not the mountain we conquer but ourselves. --Edmund HillaryThings turn out best for the people who make the best out of the way things turn out. --Art LinkletterExcellence is not a skill. It is an attitude. --Ralph MarstonWhether you think you can or think you cant --you are right.--Henry FordThe best way to gain to do what you are afraid to do. --Author Unknown Remember when...By ANTHONY L. WHITE anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.comA good luck charm for 2014 Everyone was always welcome at my grandmothers house except on one occasion--New Years Day. My grandmother didnt hang a sign on the door, but it was widely understood that, if you were a woman and you werent the Virgin Mary, you were visitor came and walked through the house. When the clock ushered in the new year, my grandfather and uncles would stand on the porch and in the yard with their guns and begin shooting at the moon. My grandmother, mother, and the kids in the house would start the year on our knees praying loudly, hoping our prayers could be heard As soon as we were done praying, my grandmother directed us to our posts at the front and back doors. Our job was to ensure that no member of the fairer sex who didnt live there walked through either door until a man who didnt live there stepped inside and walked through the house. were told, then your household can Guarding the doors all wasnt supposed to arrive until after sunrise--was a tough job, but it had to be done if we wanted our household to have good luck throughout the year. A few minutes after sunrise, my grandfather and the neighborhoods other older gentlemen would crisscross the neighborhood to make their annual walk through houses up and down the street. When they were done, and only then, were we allowed to abandon our posts at the front and back door. This year, instead of guarding the front and back door, I was expected to be the bearer of good luck for a few of my family and friends houses. I woke up early New Years Day and rushed over to my neighbor Phyllis house. But I was still too late. My niece, Shemeria, had already stopped by Phyllis house by the time I got there. Phyllis wasnt happy about her much too kind to close the door in Shemerias face. My grandmother was kind too, but she wouldnt have had any problem closing the door in her great-granddaughters face if the year. Several hours later, I stopped by my friends Shonny and LaUntrices house. Their mother, Mrs. Mary, was more than glad to see me after guarding her doors since sunrise. If yelled as soon as she saw me getting out of the car. When she saw my uncle getting out of the car behind me, she As soon as the door closed behind us, Mrs. Mary directed, Dont just stand there. Walk on through the We made a quick trek through the house as Shonny and Untrice looked on, thankful that Mrs. Mary could could get back to normal around the house. As I walked out the door, I worried aloud, I hope 2014 turns out to be a good year for my friends or they Ill let you know New Years Day 2015.

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A-3 Perry News-Herald January 3-4, 2014 Living As the decorations come down...Santa Claus was cheered upon his arrival in Shady Grove, and competently assisted by Elves Samantha and Rylee Cruce. In Shady GroveFamilies bring Christmas laughter to homes; New Years prayer sets the pace for 2014 Tree of books Polly Waller, owner of the Book Mart, created a show-stopping Christmas Tree of Books for the holidays. Given her inventory, she could have this colorful tree, and admitted that it wasnt an original idea, but it was a festive use for outdated encyclopedias. By FLORRIE BURROUGHS I hope everyone had a wonderful Merry Christmas. My Christmas blessing was to have my children and grandchildren come to visit, plus a great granddaughter who with her parents stayed overnight with me. She is onemonthold now and such a precious, adorable baby. My two sons and their families came on Christmas Eve and my house was once again lled with the excitement of children playing and laughing. Santa was the star in Shady Grove...The Fourth Annual Shady Grove Country Christmas is now history and we will soon be planning for another year. The council will take a time to rest before getting back to work to make plans for 2014. Prayer for the New YearThe following is a prayer by the Rev. Billy Graham that was printed in the Saturday Evening Post in 1988. I am adopting it as my prayer for this new year and thought you might like to do the same. Our Father and our God, as we stand at the beginning of this new year we confess our need of Your presence and Your guidance as we face the future. We each have our hopes and expectations for the year that is ahead of usbut You alone know what it holds for us, and only You can give us the strength and the wisdom we will need to meet its challenges. So help us to humbly put our hands into Your hand, and to trust You and to seek Your will for our lives during this coming year. In the midst of lifes uncertainties in the days ahead, assure us of the certainty of Your unchanging love. In the midst of lifes inevitable disappointments and heartaches, help us to turn to You for the stability and comfort we will need. In the midst of lifes temptations and the pull of our stubborn self-will, help us not to lose our way but to have the courage to do what is right in Your sight, regardless of the cost. And in the midst of our daily preoccupations and pursuits, open our eyes to the sorrows and injustices of our hurting world, and help us to respond with compassion and sacrice to those who are friendless and in need. May our constant prayer be that of the ancient Psalmist: Teach me, O Lord, to follow your decrees; then I will keep them to the end (Psalm 119:33). We pray for our nation and its leaders during these difcult times, and for all those who are seeking to bring peace and justice to our dangerous and troubled world. We pray especially for Your protection on all those who serve in our armed forces, and we thank You for their commitment to defend our freedoms, even at the cost of their own lives. Be with their families also, and assure them of Your love and concern for them. Bring our divided nation together, and give us a greater vision of what You would have us to be. Your Word reminds us that Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord (Psalm 33:12). As we look back over this past year we thank You for Your goodness to usfar beyond what we The Taylor County Public Library is ringing in the new year with adult workshops throughout the month of January. The rsr is scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 9, and titled, Watercolors with Tammy Mowrey. The class starts at 6 p.m. and a $15 material fee is requested. Space is limited; please register at 3riverslibrary. com or call 838-3512. Learn to paint? Check out a library book Jan. 9 Please see page 4

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A-4 Perry News-Herald January 3-4, 2014 Religion The Family of Pastor Carrie Chisholm of New Beginnings Church of God would like to express our deepest gratitude and appreciation for all the love, kindness and thoughtful gestures that have been bestowed upon us during this time of bereavement. Thank you May God bless you! Card of ThanksWilliam Ray Spivey Jr.William Ray Spivey Jr., age 58, died Dec. 31, 2013, at Shands Hospital in Gainesville. Mr. Spivey was born in Baltimore, Md., on Nov. 26, 1955, to William Spivey Sr. and Lorriane Brown Spivey. He moved to Perry from Miami in 1990 and was a Baptist. Survivors include: one son, Clayton Spivey of Perry; a daughter, Elisa Spivey, also of Perry; a brother, David Spivey of Tallahassee; four sisters, Lois Baker, Mary Ann Trainor and Peggy Epperson, all of Perry, and Judy Isaacson of Cape Coral; four grandsons and a host of nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by one sister, Christy Brown. The family will hold a private memorial service at a later date. Arrangements are under the care of Beggs Funeral Home, Perry Chapel. Obituaries Matthew, part II:Women in community invited to study of Matthew, focusing on Jesus, King of Kings A new year brings a new Precept class, and all women in the community are invited. Focusing on Jesus, the king, and his kingdom, this study is based in Matthew and will cover chapters 15-28. It is actually part two of the study of Matthew, but part one is not a prerequisite so I encourage anyone who is interested to join us, said Melody Greene, who along with Ena Reed, is teaching the study. Classes begin Tuesday, Jan. 7. A morning class meets at 9:30 a.m. in the First Baptist Church Student Center, and an evening class meets at 6:30 in the church annex. This study involves homework and discussion as well as a video by David Arthur; it is open to women of all ages and denominations, said Greene, adding, Its a great study; it will strengthen your faith and deepen your walk wih the King of Kings. She may be contacted at 584-7619; Reed can be reached at 584-5718. TIDBITS:Did you make resolutions?By SARAH HALL Dear God, I thank you for the hope that I have through Jesus Christ. I trust you for my future and I know I can hold on even when there seems nothing to hold on to. Restore to me your Salvation and renew my faith in life and in the human race. Amen.A New Year Resolution Heavenly Father, a new year stretches out ahead of us, with new goals, new dreams and new adventures. We are condent of being blessed, protected and loved. We know without a doubt, you are with us, motivating, encouraging and guiding us to think bigger than ever before. Thank you for being our God. Amen.Remember these people...Special prayers for: Lillian Wells, Gainesville; Lillie Cooper, California; Sherrie (Baskins) Wiggins, Jacksonville; Hazel James Williams, Tallahassee Rehab; John Anderson, grandson of Corrine Howard,Tallahassee Memorial; Helen Irvin, Mayo Rehab; Moncrief and Mamie Ervin, home; Robert Glanton, DMH; Virdie (Mrs. Kitty) Dobson; Macilla Bailey and Jimmie Lee (Topsy) Washington, Orlando.An invitation for allWe invite everyone in the community to join us as we celebrate our 97th anniversary of Christian and mission services to our community and abroad, Sunday, Jan. 12, at 3 p.m., at New Brooklyn M.B. Church. We give thanks to an Almighty God for allowing New Brooklyn Church and its many ministries to be a beacon light on the corner of U.S. 19 and 98 West. What a great fellowship this will be! Sis Lessie Dunnell is president and the Rev. D.L. McBride is pastor. have deserved. May we never presume on Your past goodness or forget all Your mercies to us, but may they instead lead us to repentance, and to a new commitment to make You the foundation and center of our lives this year. And so, our Father, we thank You for the promise and hope of this new year, and we look forward to it with expectancy and faith. This I ask in the name of our Lord and Savior, who by His death and resurrection has given us hope both for this world and the world to come. Amen. (Copied, Rev. Billy Graham Author) So Ill sign off with a big Happy New Year and see you in two weeks, Lord willing! SHADY GROVE Continued from page 3 Prayer: May your goodness, mercy lead us to make you the center of our lives in this new yearRevival in SteinhatcheeOn Jan. 5-8, Fellowship Baptist Church in Steinhatchee will welcome Evangelist Ed Lacey for a Conference on Revival. What is revival? Lacey will explore that topic, reminding all that the word is typically used to explain the process through which God restores His people to a place of obedience and righteousness. As he says, It is a move of God, in answer to the prayers of His people. Sunday services are planned at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., with 7 p.m. services Monday through Wednesday. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. Shes one Wainya Pace, the daughter of Mercedes Pace,

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