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Perry news-herald
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Perry news herald
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Reef Research Team holds informational meeting TuesdayThe Taylor County Reef Research Team will hold an informational meeting Tuesday, March 11, at 6 p.m. at Forest Capital Hall to inform the public about its activities. The team is a volunteer organization which assists Taylor County and the University of Florida in the deployment of articial reef materials, conducts monitoring of reefs and reef sh populations, and participates in reef conservation and sustainable development. For more information, contact Geoff Wallat at the Taylor County Extension ofce at (850) 838-5308.Beshears to speak March 13Taylor County Republicans will meet on Thursday, March 13, at 7 p.m., at the Rigoni Cookhouse. Representative Halsey Beshears is scheduled to be the guest speaker. Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889 Perry News-HeraldPerry News-Herald 50 Friday/ SaturdayMarch 7-8, 2014 Index One section 125th Year, No. 10www.perrynewspapers.com Weather Friday59 43 30% Saturday72 37 Sunday73 44 20% Perry News-Herald Perry News-Herald Looking Back . ......... A-2 Living . ..................... A-4 Religion . .................. A-6 Sports . .................... A-7 Entertainment . ........ A-8 TV listings . .............. A-9 Classieds . .......... A-10 News Forum Vizcarra is charged with 49 federal cts. Retired Perry physician Dr. Eulogio M. Vizcarra, 71, was charged with 49 counts of unlawfully dispensing controlled substances in federal court Thursday, March 6. An April 14 trial date has been set before Judge Mark E. Walker. If convicted, Vizcarra could face ve, 10 or 20 years in prison as well as nes up to $1 million. A representative with the U.S. Attorneys Ofce in Tallahassee stated Vizcarra was charged with prescribing controlled substances to patients without sufcient medical necessity. The quantity and dosage were conducive to abuse, misuse and addiction. The indictment alleges he prescribed the medications to patients he knew were addicted to the drugs and who were misusing the prescriptionspatients who were selling the drugs or doctor shopping, the spokesperson said. The doctor, who closed his South Jefferson Street ofce in June 2012, was booked at the Taylor County Jail Wednesday, March 5, on a warrant hold for the United States Marshall Service. The arrest comes nearly ree vehicle crash on Center Foley honored by Scott, Cabinet It has been four weeks since the tragic workplace shooting at Timberland Ford and while many impacted by that day have moved forward in their lives, three men continue a daily battle for recovery. Taylor County Sheriffs Ofce (TCSO) Deputy Robert Lundy, whom the community regards as a hero for shooting the gunman before he could injure additional people, remains in serious condition at Shands Hospital in Gainesville. Numerous fund-raisers to benet for Lundy and his family have been organized not only in Taylor County, but also throughout the region. Several more events are happening this weekend and in the coming weeks. (Please see related story, page A-3.)Shooting survivors face daily battlesPlease see page 3 Florida Governor Rick Scott on Thursday recognized Foley Timber and Land Company with the Governors Business Ambassador Award for its commitment to creating jobs in North Florida. Foley was one of three companies honored during Thursday mornings Florida Cabinet meeting. The award is given to individuals for their efforts in creating jobs and opportunities for Florida families, the governors ofce said. It is an honor to present these North Florida business leaders with the Governors Business Ambassador Award for their commitment to Floridas economy and creating opportunities for families, Scott said. The unemployment rate is down to 6.3 percent which is below the national average and small businesses like these help drive our economy and ensure Florida families have opportunities to live the American Dream. Foley owns approximately Please see page 3Foley Timber and Land Company was presented with the Governors Business Ambassador Award for its commitment to creating jobs in North Florida during Thursdays cabinet meeting. Shown above are: (from l to r) Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, Florida Governor Rick Scott, Foley Senior Vice President of Planning Bo Taff, Florida CFO Jeff Atwater and Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam.Please see page 3

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Editors Note: The top story in the October 1944 edition of the Brooks-Scanlon News was the launching of the Liberty Ship, Jerry S. Foley. Coverage of the event was as follows: e rst Liberty Ship ever to be named for a southern lumberman was christened the Jerry S. Foley in honor of the late president of Brooks-Scanlon Corporation on Sept. 28, 1944, at the St. Johns Shipbuilding Company at Jacksonville. Mrs. J.S. Foley sponsored the big ship, which will soon join our merchant eet transporting weapons of war to ghting forces overseas. Above all else, Jerry S. Foley was an American, declared W.D. Jones, Jacksonville attorney, who made the dedicatory address. Jerry Foley rose to a position of leadership in the lumber industry by determination, hard work, delity and honesty. But notwithstanding the demands of his far-ung business enterprises, he always gave without hurry or impatience full time to his family, his community and his church. is ship will bear a distinguished namethat of Jerry S. Foley. 600 years of service represented e old-time employees who attended the launching number 26. ey represented a total of 600 years of service with Brooks-Scanlon. ey were: R. M. Callihan, W. E. McCain, Joe Richardson, Jack OGrady, M. J. Foley, E. W. Crouch, Charlie Willis, Lester W. Foley, Harold S. Foley, W. H. Bales, W. M. McGill, Wesley Rand, P. E. Jeers, J. H. Kansinger, W. R. Rice, W. B. Gunn, John W. McCain, Prevatt Wilson, W. W. Russell, Harry DeMuth, G. P. Lewis, John Hey, Arndt Larsen, Dr. W. J. Baker, J. F. Cutrer and Melvin James. Editors Note: The following is the continuation of a history of Taylor County written by the late June Parker McLeod, an educator and avid local historian. It is featured on a web site highlighting Perry and Taylor County history (https://sites.google.com/site/ taylorcountyhistory/). There were not many crimes committed in the county at the time of 1873. The county was poor. It took most of their time making a living. They had not yet learned how to take advantage of their resources. In 1873, James H. Wentworth reported that the turpentine and lumber business would be destined to be of vast proportions and that men of capital would make a good investment to buy lands for turpentine orchards in the county. In the town and the county the population slowly began to grow once the Construction Period was behind. Some of the new residents began to homestead the land with 160 acres being allotted per family. Trails were built to connect cabins and roads were cut between communities. In 1890, the area of the county was 1,080 square miles with 691,000 acres of land. The population at this time was 2,122 not quite two persons per square mile. The southern portion of this county bordered on the Gulf of Mexico for about 50 miles. There were several sheries established on the coast but transportation difculties made it hard for people to use the sheries. The sh supply was a matter of inducement to the settler because the streams are so near to every portion of the county that the people seldom wanted for fresh sh food. In 1896, there were 38 schools with an attendance of 1200 children. Mr. J. P. Whiddon was county school superintendent. Sheep raising required little or no care or expense to the owner or wool grower. The green food pasturage all year round provided food. The cattle roamed at large and were protable to their owners. The Taylor County Banner, established by Jeff Davis, was the rst newspaper in Taylor County and began publication July 13, 1888. J. O. Chance was the business manager. Their print shop was located above J. J. Gorntos store, almost due south of the steps of the court house on the same side of the square. The county was without a newspaper from early A-2 Perry News-Herald March 7-8, 2014 Looking Back March 7-8, 2014 Remember when...By ANTHONY L. WHITE anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.comHow to Here are some rules for picking a of Taylor County History T h e STATISTICS DONT PAINT THE PRETTIEST PICTUREThe Florida Department of Commerce presented a 107-page overview of Taylor Countys economic health, and here were the ndings as reported by Karen Walby, all based on statistics from 1976: the countys income was produced by labor. The average per capita income was $3,846, 80 percent of the average U.S. income. In food and releated industries, it was $4,184; in lumber and wood products, $8,402; in printing and publishing, $5,217; and in other manufacturing (including paper and allied products), the average was $14,674. (Only in the last category, she noted, were wages on par with the state average.) 13 percent. county was 14,410. in the 20-29 age bracket had declined 58 percent between 1960 and 1970.SMYRNIOS TRIBUTE and Sue Smyrnios was accompanied by this information: Possibly the rst husband and wife team to be captains of a 100-ton crew boat are Mike and Sue Smyrnios of Steinhatchee. The couple hopes to work for a year and earn enough money to build a shrimp boat right back here in Taylor County. Mrs. Smyrnios was identied as the daughter Mr. Smrynios mother was FIRST FEDERAL BUILDING DEDICATED Perrys new First be dedicated on March 11 in memory of Frank H. Ollie V. Williams, three of its founders. During the celebration, would be awarded, along with free savings accounts and door prizes.NEW ADMINISTRATORKeith Gilles, 27, took over this week as administrator of Doctors Memorial Hospital. He came to Perry from Cape Canaveral Hospital where he served as assistant administrator.35 YEARS AGO!Teresa Marie Mincy and James Daryl Holmes exchanged wedding vows on Jan. 6. Their announcement and photograph were featured.THREE ARE NEWMr. and Mrs. Jerry Portwood announced the birth of their daughter, Selena, on March 6. She weighed 9 pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Teddy M. Howell welcomed a daughter, Catherine Jaydee, on Feb. 28. The baby was born at Doctors Memorial Hospital (DMH), weighing 6 pounds, 13.75 ounces. Shasta Lindsay Williams was born to Mr. and Mrs. on Feb. 22 at DMH. She weighed 5 pounds, 13.75 ounces. THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD March 8, 1979 38 schools, 1200 students Please see page 3 Liberty Ship named for Foley

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A-3 Perry News-Herald March 7-8, 2014 ve years after ofcers from the federal Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and the Taylor County Sheriffs Ofce (TCSO) converged upon Vizcarras ofce complex for several hours. Law enforcement ofcials were tight-lipped about the activity that took place at the ofces; however, it appeared that items were being removed from a storage shed behind the ofce and transferred to a law enforcement vehicle, actions which would have been consistent with a search warrant being served on the premises. However, such action was never conrmed or denied by any agency at the time. An effort is also underway to assist the two other shooting victims critically injured that day. Timberland employees Mike Cook and John Mahoney remain out of work recovering from shotgun wounds; Cook has been released from Doctors Memorial Hospital and is home in Tallahassee. His wife, Debra, is by his side with around-the-clock care. Mahoney, who sustained injuries to his intestinal region and right arm, was hospitalized for more than two weeks before being transferred to a rehabilitation center. Cooks twin brother, Joe, who works alongside him at Timberland, said several community members have asked how to help his brother and Mahoney and their families. Donations for Mike Cook and Mahoney can be delivered or mailed to Timberland Ford, 2441 South Byron Butler Parkway, Perry, FL, 32348. Checks should be made out to Timberland Ford with Mike and John Fund written in the memo line, Cook said. Both men are healing, but have a long road ahead to full recovery. The donations will be used to assist their families and help alleviate some of the costs they will face as the men continue to be treated for their injuries, he said. Both Cook brothers and Mahoney live in Tallahassee and commuted to work at the dealership in Perry. Im commuting solo for now, Joe Cook said The support of the community has helped sustain the families, he said. Through the whole experience, Perry has been just a fantastic town, the community, the outpouring of support...its a good healing atmosphere. For more information, contact Joe Cook, at (850) 584-6178, ext. 124. 562,000 acres of land in coastal North Central Florida and its timberlands represent almost 10 percent of the Florida market. According to the governors ofce, Foley was recognized for efforts working with both the state and Taylor County to develop Vision 2060, a 50year vision plan to protect, sustain and enhance the quality of life in Taylor County. The plan is intended to foster economic growth while preserving the important natural and recreational assets of the region, ofcials said. Bo Taff, senior vicepresident of planning for Foley, was present at Thursdays cabinet meeting to receive the award. On behalf of Foley Timber and Land Company, it is an honor to receive the Governors Business Ambassador Award, Taff said. Foley applauds the governors efforts to build a strong and competitive economy that supports the growth of private sector jobs. As one of Floridas largest land owners and an active partner in economic development, Foley is pleased to work with its local and regional partners and the governors ofce to attract private sector jobs to coastal North Central Florida. The other companies recognized Thursday were ShayCore Enterprises, a Jacksonville-based general contracting rm which specializes in commercial, industrial and residential development, and Fort Walton Machining, a familyowned small business which provides assembly, metal nishing and machining services to the aerospace, defense, medical and high-tech commercial industries. FOLEY Continued from page 1 Foley awarded for efforts in developing Vision 2060 SURVIVORS Continued from page 1 1893 until the latter part of August 1895. Since August 1895 there has always been a newspaper and sometimes two in Taylor County. In 1891 D. M. Gornto began The Weekly Blade The Florida Independent was established July 1895, by T. J. Faulkner and was thought to run one issue. The Herald established by Fred B. Fildes in September 1895 was soon taken over by T. J. Faulkner. In 1903, Jeff Davis, established the Taylor County Advocate It lasted several months, until Davis agreed to form a partnership that included him, J. O. Culpepper, publisher of the Herald and Frank Drew, president of the Suwannee Democrat It was later combined with the Herald and the name changed to Taylor County Herald W. T. Cash in 1904 established Taylor County Topics. On Nov. 11, 1904, W. T. Cash got out the rst issue. By mid-February 1905, Cash found that he couldnt make a go of the paper, so Davis came over from Live Oak where he had been working for The Suwannee Democrat and bought him out by assuming the papers debts, about $400.00, continuing the publication of the Topics. W. J. Lee in 1905 began Taylor County Citizen and sold to J. E. Pound who had bought the Taylor County Herald in 1906. In 1913 Jeff L. Davis and W. E. Battle established Taylor County Banner and suspended in 1913. The Perry Independent (now the Taylor County News) was established in 1929. The newspapers have had much to do with the growth and development of Taylor County. TAYLOR HISTORY Continued from page 2 Newspaper history dates back to 1893Donations may be dropped off at Timberland The Leon County Sheriffs Ofce (LCSO) invites Taylor Countians to help raise money for Taylor County Deputy Robert Lundy and his family. On Feb. 5, Lundy was involved in a shooting incident at a car dealership in Perry. During the incident, he was shot and critically injured before he shot and killed the assailant. On Thursday, March 13, members of the LCSO will be hosting an old-fashioned Chicken Purlieu in the employee parking lot at the Leon County Jail. Deputies will be selling and serving chicken with rice, cole slaw, corn bread, pickles and tea for $5 a plate. Please come out and join us for some great food and fellowship as we band together and lend a hand in support of a hero with a wife and two daughters., said Major Rob Swearingen, a Taylor County naive who is now third in command in Tallahassee. Sheriff L.E. Bummy Williams will be there along with members of his department and Deputy Lundys family. Sheriff Larry Campbell said, This is a great way for our community to come together and support a brother in law enforcement, his family and his co-workers while raising money to help offset the staggering costs of his recovery. We look forward to seeing you there. And the Oscar goes to... LCSO hosts benet dinner for Lundy Bob Root announced that Paul Henry will be speaking at the next Taylor Tea Party meeting Tuesday, March 11, at the Catholic Parish Hall in Perry. He will be outlining the current bills introduced in this legislative session in Tallahassee. Taylor County Emergency Management will host a meeting next week to discuss establishing a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). The meeting will be held Tuesday, March 11, at 6:30 p.m. in the Steinhatchee Community Center. The team will consist primarily of Coastal Area Residents and with enough interest we hope to establish another team in the Perry area, Emergency Management Coordinator Steve Spradley said. Taylor or Dixie County residents are invited to attend the meeting. Once the team is established, CERT training will include learning emergency procedures that can help you and your family save lives. Training will include rst aid, triage, CPR, light search and rescue, re safety, communication procedures and crisis counseling, Spradley said. The classes will be offered free of charge to anyone who is interested in becoming part of a trained volunteer team that prepares our community and your individual family for dealing with emergency crisis. Attending this meeting will count toward your certication training. For more information, contact Taylor County Emergency Management at (850) 838-3575.CERT meeting to be held in Steinhatchee Henry speaks here Tuesday VIZCARRA Continued from page 1Investigation rst launched in 2009?

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A-4 Perry News-Herald March 7-8, 2014 Living Morgan, Monk to marry May 3rd Dr. and Mrs. Lamar A. Morgan of Perry announce the engagement of their daughter, Amanda Van Buren, to James R. Monk Jr., also of Perry. The couple will exchange vows on May 3, 2014, at 4 p.m. in a ceremony planned at the Morgan familys residence. Formal invitations will be issued to the wedding and reception which will follow. 2009 TCHS grad Hill earns nursing degreeMegan Hill graduated from Jacksonville University on Dec. 14, 2013, with a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. A 2009 graduate of Taylor County High School, she is the daughter of Sid and Tracy Hill. Her grandparents include Sidney and Judy Hill, Gae Parker, and Melvin and Marcia Parker of Perry. Her brother is Andrew Hill of Green Cove Springs. The recent graduate is now employed at University of Florida Health in Jacksonville as a registered nurse. Saturday wedding will unite coupleJoe and Trish Buhler of Perry announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Dallas Justina Self, to Thomas Jasper Denmark. The bride-to-be is a 2010 graduate of Taylor County High School (TCHS). The prospective groom is the son of Barbara and Tommy Denmark of Perry. He also graduated from TCHS, in 2004. Wedding vows will be exchanged by the couple on Saturday, March 8, 2014, in Midway Baptist Church at 3 p.m. Formal invitations to the ceremony, and reception which follows, have been issued. Thomas Jasper Denmark, Dallas Justina SelfAnderson, Norman will exchange vows April 26Frankie Atkins of Knoxville, Tenn., announces the engagement of her daughter, Tracy Anderson, of Perry to Tommy Norman, also of Perry. The prospective groom is the son of Mary Reams of Perry and the late Chuck Norman. The couple will exchange vows in an April 26, 2014 wedding in the Catholic Parish Hall at 6 p.m. No formal invitations will be issued. All friends and relatives of the couple are cordially invited to attend. Amanda Van Buren Morgan, James R. Monk Jr. Megan Hill

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A-6 Perry News-Herald March 7-8, 2014 Religion Painted faces shine at Salvation Army grand opening More than 100 supporters gathered Sunday to mark the dedication of the Salvation Armys new facility at 604 W. Julia St. in Perry. Our little chapel TIDBITS: Spradley leads Mission meet By SARAH HALLCongratulations!Congratulations on the ordination of the Rev. Nadine Mango, Gods choice for Gods people.Mission meetsCity Wide Mission will convene with St. Peter Primitive Baptist Church on Sunday, March 9, at 2:30 p.m. with Minister Cedrick Spradley as leader. Sister Geraldine Sparrow urges all participating churches are expected to be present and on time.Thank youThank you, Lord for the gift of a new day, a new month in a new year. We are so blessed that you are our God. Help us to appreciate, daily, your mighty works. AmenSpecial Prayers Pray for Betty Thomas, William Alexander, Shawanda Massey, Harold and Mabel Hawkins and Dorothy Williams, all at home; Breashia Williams, Lisa Blue, Tion Fifa and John Collier; Jackie Pookie Jr. Pigford and Mary Lee Runt Williams, at DMH;Wayne Goofy Dunwoody and Elease Williams, surgery. In Bereavment: Deacon Floyd Mango, in the loss of a relative.Happy birthdayHappy birthday to Betty Ann Lauria on March 4. We wish you many more! Ministers present health fair Sat., with Healthy Start The Perry Alliance of Ministers and Pastors invites everyone to an Informational Health Fair on Saturday, March 8, at Jerkins Community Center, 1201 Martin Luther King Ave. The event will begin at 10 a.m. and conclude at 12 noon. The health fair is being present in conjunction with the Healthy Start Coalition of Jefferson, Taylor and Madison counties. Refreshments will be served and door prizes awarded. Lenten devotions begin Wednesday On Wednesdays at noon, beginning March 12, First Presbyterian Church invites the community to gather in the prayer garden--weather permitting, or in the fellowship hall-for a Lenten devotion led by Pastor Larry Neal. The devotional message, based on the resource, The Lords Prayer for Lent, will be followed by a soup and bread lunch. Copies of the devotional booklet are available by contacting the church ofce at 584-3826.

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