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Stiy, News-Hera ld
Nov. 30 -Dec.

Crime initiative
group meets
this Sunday
The Community Crime
Initiative will meet Sunday,
Dec. 2, in the Perry City
Council meeting room
(located adjacent to City Hall).
The meeting, which is
open to the public, will begin
at 3 p.m. Discussion topics
will include an overview of
the program and actions that
need to be taken in order to
accomplish goals.

Saturday Christmas
Fair benefits local
pet rescue
The annual Christmas Fair
to benefit the Subway Dixon
Rescue Fund, Inc. will be held
on Saturday, Dec. 1, from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m., in front of Winn
Items for, sale will include
arts and crafts, cosmetics
jewelry and homemade
baked goodies, handmade
winter hats and handmade
cookies for dogs as well as
miscellaneous Christmas
gifts. All items for sale will be
from local vendors in Taylor
County. All funds raised at
this Christmas Fair will be
for dog food and on-going
medical costs for the dogs
living at the sanctuary.
Donations are needed
for old towels, comforters
and blankets for winter.
Volunteers will be available to
accept these items as well as
monetary donations.
For more information about
the Christmas Fair or about
Subway Dixon Rescue Fund,
Inc., please call 584-2944.

Republicans hold
The Taylor County
Republican Executive
Committee will hold its annual
re-organizational meeting
Thursday, Dec. 13, at the
Rigoni Cook House (2365
North U.S. Highway 19).
The meeting will start at

Learn more about VA
loans Dec. 4
VA home loans will be the
featured topic at the Tuesday,
Dec. 4, meeting of American
Legion Post 96.
Guest speakers include
local realtors Inda Roberts
and Ella Jane Freeman.
The meeting, which is open
to the public, will begin at 7

"Pin it" Dec. 12 at
The Taylor County Public
Library will host a Pinterest
Party Wednesday, Dec. 12,
from 4 to 6 p.m.
Those who use .the online
social media site to "pin"
(organize and share items
and interests such as wedding
planning, home decorating,
crafts and recipes) are invited
to attend this show-and-tell
The library is located at
403 N. Washington St.

Veterans, families
invited to chili
Veterans are invited to a
free chili supper hosted by
the VFW Saturday, Dec. 8,
starting at 5 p.m. The event is
open to all veterans and their

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Armed suspect nabbed within

4 hours of robbing restaurant

An armed robbery suspect
was captured and in custody
within four hours of pulling
a gun on three individuals
at Barclay's Restaurant
Tuesday night, Nov. 27.
Jarnell Coverson, 17, of
Perry, has been charged
with armed robbery and
grand theft (crimes which
both classify as felonies).
The Perry Police
Department (PPD) received
a call reporting the robbery
at 9:15 p.m.
"A black male wearing a
disguise/cover over his face
entered the restaurant with a
firearm. He demanded that
nobody move and then took
an undisclosed amount of

cash from the register. He
fled the area on foot," Capt.
Jamie Cruse said.
A K-9 squad from Taylor
Correctional Institution
(TCI) worked alongside
Ptl. Kyle Johnson and K-9
Rocko in detecting a track
During the course of
,the investigation, Det. Sgt.
Gene Franklin received
information that led directly
to the identification of
people who may have been
involved in the robbery,
Cruse said.
"After interviewing these
individuals, an arrest was
made. There is potentially
another person who was

involved and we are
investigating that aspect
of the case. Once that is
completed, another arrest is
likely to be made.
"The track detected by
the K-9s collaborated the
information we received
in the call, which gave us
an area where the suspect
might have been...the dogs
led officers straight to the
"It was a very good
effort by everyone involved
and we were able to get a
dangerous person off the
street who had threatened
to do violence. It was an
outstanding result to be
able to make an arrest in the

short period of time it took,"
Cruse said. "There are still
parts of the investigation
we are not going to release,
especially pertaining to the
type and recovery of weapon
used during the robbery. We
don't want to release any
information that may have a
negative impact on the long-
term investigation."
While Cruse could not
release Coverson's specific
home address, he did say it
was "within one-quarter of a
mile of the restaurant."
He also noted that citizen-
input was critical in the
"It definitely helped to
verify information we had

Jarnell overson
already developed during
the investigation."
Officers assisting with
the investigation included
Frankin, Johnson, Sgt. Gina
Deeson, and Ptl. Jamin
Cephus as well as Taylor
County Sheriff's Office
deputies and the TCI K-9

In promoting development

'Megasites' plan gives Taylor leg up?

Tuesday's "mega-site" Workshop attracted officials from Perry and Taylor County as well as
representatives from state and federal government. Shown above are (from I to r) TCDA Director
Scott Frederick, Foley Timber and Land Vice President for Planning Bo Taff, Marcia Mathis (aide
to U.S. Rep. Steve Southerland), Perry City Council Member Shirlie Hampton, City Manager Bob
Brown, Taylor County Property Appraiser Bruce Ratliff, Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce
Board Member Randy Newman and Deidra Newman.

The Taylor County Comprehensive Plan's Future Land Use Map includes optional overlays for
elements created through the Taylor County Vision 2060 Plan, including large regional employment
centers for potential commercial and industrial development, outlined above in red.

Taylor County's Vision board of directors, the
2060 Plan, a community- meeting was also attended
driven "blueprint" for the by representatives from the
county's next 50 years, Perry City Council as well
includes three large areas as newly elected State Rep.
called regional employment Halsey Beshears and aides
centers geared to future from the offices of State
commercial and industrial Sen. Bill Montford and
development. U.S. Congressman Steve
Located east, north Southerland.
and southwest of Perry "This community
respectively, these centers has something most
consist of thousands of communities don't, a
acres and according to local roadmap to the future,"
economic development TCDA Director Scott
officials, represent an Frederick said. "We have
opportunity to set Taylor the opportunity to control
County apart from other our own future."
seeking new
businesses. "This community has
The Taylor
C o u n t y something most communities
Commission don't, a roadmap to
and the Taylor the future. We have the
C o u n t y opportunity to control our
Authority own future."
(TCDA) are now --TCDA Director Scott Frederick
examining ways
to best market
these sites to
businesses seeking new Frederick said he has been
sites. in talks with Foley Land and
One such avenue being Timber Vice President for
considered is to have one Planning Bo Taff, whose
or more of the properties company partnered with
certified as a "mega-site," the county and the Perry-
which would involve Taylor County Chamber of
passing a rigorous review Commerce on the Vision
process by a qualified 2060 process.
firm to determine that the "We see an opportunity,
property's characteristics, a big opportunity that
infrastructure, utilities and will set us apart from our
size are capable of housing competition," Frederick
a large-scale industrial or said.
commercial user. He continued that he and
On Tuesday, Taff believe getting a site
commissioners held a here certified as a "mega-
workshop to listen to Mark site" would "put Taylor
Sweeney of McAllum County on the international
Sweeney Consulting radar screen."
(MSC), a firm which Sweeney is a senior
provides site selection principal at MSC with
services to a large number more than 24 years of
of major corporations as experience in the fields of
well as site certification site selection and economic
services. development. Recent
In addition to clients include Mitsubishi
commissioners and Please see page 3
members of the TCDA

Full speed ahead for Rosehead Park

The City of Perry is
ramping up its downtown-
revitalization with an
intense schedule of labor
during the coming winter
"Our goal is to have
the main components
of Rosehead Park-the
farmer's market pavilion,

playground and splash
pad-completed by spring,"
City Manager Bob Brown
Contractors were due
to begin pouring concrete
footers for the pavilion this

"A team
will be here

of builders
in January to

begin construction of the
pavilion and the playground
equipment should also begin
arriving shortly after the
beginning of the new year.
We met with representatives
from Progress Energy this
week to begin planning
for the electrical needs
for the splash pad and

accompanying restrooms
and pumps," Brown said
"There's a lot of work to
be done."
In addition to moving
forward with the park,
which will be located on
South Jefferson Street next
to Spring Creek, city staff

has also been working on a
grant application to submit
to the Suwannee River
Water Management District
"If we are successful with
the grant, SRWMD will
fund 75 percent of the cost
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Onesection 123rd Year, o. 48 Religion.............. A-6
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Magical, musical booths
Walkers Truck-O-Tel may best be remembered for tasty food served at its restaurant as well as the
booths which featured individual jukeboxes--a table-side treat which wowed customers of all ages.
The truck stop/restaurant was located on U.S. 19 North where the present day Citizens State Bank

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December 1, 1977

The front page of this
edition was filled with
enthusiasm for the Taylor
County High School

Bulldogs who would face
"the best team yet" when
they took on the Region
Two Champions, the Milton
The Bulldogs won the
regional contest 14-7
against Bishop Kenny. Fans
and players were booking
places on two (maybe three)

Greyhound buses for the trip
to Milton. The Bulldogs
were one of eight teams
remaining in the Class AAA

Private Carl L. Livingston,
Private Danny J. Arnold and
Private Everett M. Evans,
all of Greenville, received
honorable mention in this
week's edition. Each had
completed training at Ft.
Donald W. Goan of
Steinhatchee was promoted
to Airman First Class with
the U.S. Air Force and

Specialist Cecella D. Reed
of Steinhatchee re-enlisted
as a clerk, stationed at Ft.

Thomas Roy Royriguez
Dixon was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Rochester Dixon
on Oct. 16 at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital (DMH).
Blake Kenneth Jones
was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Kenny Jones on Nov. 15 at
DMH, weighing 7 pounds,
9 ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. Terry
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Taylor's role as Pine Tree Capitalflourishes

Editor's Note: The following
is the final chapter in a series
of articles written in 1976 by
Louise Childers highlighting
the history of Taylor County's
turpentine industry.
By 1936 the largest
turpentine operations in
Taylor County had quit the

business. Many changed
over to sawmill operations.
And here too, the small
operations found it difficult
to compete with the larger
firms appearing on the
Names such as Burton-
Swartz, Brooks-Scanlon

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and Weaver-Loughridge
appeared on timber leases
or sale of lands. Standard
Lumber Company and
the West Coast Lumber
Company were two other
firms active in the county.
But through it all, Taylor
County maintained its role
as a Pine Tree Capital.
The problem of unused
land and the importance of
maintaining the stands of
timber were recognized for
the first time. Reforestation
programs came into being.
Although the county's virgin
timber has disappeared, it
has thousands of acres of
second and third growth
timber with additional
thousands planted in
seedlings and young pines.
With scientific management
and important advances in
genetics, it seems safe to
predict that pine trees will
always occupy a prominent
position on the Taylor
County scene.
Personal recollection
Earlier in this article, it
was said that the passing
of the turpentine industry
ended a way of life. Today,
very few remain who vividly
remember in detail the early

days. However stories of the
period--its characters and
incidents--are still related
by some of the old timers.
Most agree that during
the heyday of the turpentine
industry the county was
wild and life was rugged.
Those who lived in that era
were of hardy pioneer stock
who seemed to thrive on
the hard physical labor and
a home life lacking most
modern conveniences..
Descendants of these
active in the industry
provide interesting glimpses
of the period.
County Attorney John
Westberry recalls vividly
the still operated by his
father. It was located in
the vicinity of Foley. He
recalled that a Leander
Crabtree supervised
operation of the still for his
father. In addition to the
still, Mr. Westberry owned
a coopering shop to make
turpentine barrels.
Here, the staves were
inserted in the base of the
barrel. Bands were then
placed around the barrel to
make the staves snug and
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After 40 years of marriage, there was
one thing my cousin Dorothy Crooms still
wanted from her marriage. A fairy tale
She wanted to be surrounded by flowers,
crystal and shimmering lights.
She wanted to walk down the aisle in a
flowing, white wedding gown toward her
husband, Edward.
She wanted to proclaim her love all over
And, this time r
she wanted f
pictures capturing
their wedding day.
"When Edward
and I got married,
we went to the
courthouse and let
the judge marry
us," Dot recalls. "At
the time, we didn't
want a wedding,
a reception, or i
anything else. We
just wanted to be
However, as the
years passed, Dot
began to wish she Mr. and Mrs.
had opted for a Edward Crooms
more traditional
wedding ceremony. And, she knew the
reason why.
"We didn't have anything to remember
our wedding day by," she says. "Nothing.
Even though the judge's chamber was
overflowing that day with family members,
no one thought to bring a camera. So, we got
married, but we didn't take any pictures. Not
the first one. That's why, when our family
decided to give us a wedding on our 40th
anniversary, I jumped at the opportunity."
On Nov. 3, Dot got her fairytale wedding.
She was surrounded by flowers, crystal and
shimmering lights. She was beautiful in a
flowing, white gown as she walked down
the aisle toward her husband of 40 years.
The entire family was there again as she
proclaimed her love in a ceremony presided
over by her brother, the Rev. J.C. White.
And, this time we made sure someone had a
camera to take pictures.
I was seven when I watched Dot and
Edward say their vows the first time. So, I
felt a little nostalgic as I watched them bask
in their moment all over again.
Later, when I asked Dot how she felt
about their relationship and their 40-year
marriage, instead of answering my question,
she began reminiscing about how the two of
them met.
"The first time I saw him was during 9th
grade in Mr. Bailey's band class:' she recalled.
"He played -the baritone and I played the
French horn. When I first walked in the
band hall and saw him, I asked some friends
who he was. When they told me, I was
surprised I didn't know him. I remember
when my cousin Charles started dating and
then married Edward's sister, Ann. I was
around Charles and Ann a lot because they
lived behind my uncle and aunt's house,
but for some reason, I still didn't know
The couple married on Nov. 10, 1972, four
years after they met in band class at Jerkins
High School. In 1973, they welcomed their
daughter, VoTasha.
Today, 40 years later, the Crooms have five
So, how does Dot describe the past 40 years
now that she has had her fairytale wedding?
She begins by asking the question herself.
"How would I describe the past 40 years?"
Then, without another moment's thought,
she answers her question. "There were some
good days and there were some bad days.
But I wouldn't give a moment of it back."
She only wished she had captured more of

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A-3 Perry News-Herald November 30 December 1,2012

Consultant cited city's

downtown revitalization

efforts as a bonus for

luring new developers

Continued from page 1
Electric, SunCoke Energy,
Nissan, Michelin and Dollar
According to Sweeney,
site certification is a
growing trend in economic
development as businesses
looking for sites for new
facilities are increasingly
"deadline driven."
He said the review is
based on their own site
selection process, so the
information gathered and
developed will be on hand
for when companies ask for
it under short deadlines.
"It's not a guarantee, but





Continued from page 1
associated with expanding
Spring Creek into a lake,"
Brown said.
On Tuesday, the Perry
City Council gave Brown
the green light to have the
city's engineering firm
begin preliminary work on
plans for the lake.
"Under the grant timeline,
it would be awarded in
February and they typically
like to have a project
completed within a year.
By moving forward with
the engineering, we'll have
two to three months of work
already completed ahead of
time," Brown explained.
Also on Tuesday,
the council selected an
architectural firm (4M
Design Group PA) to open
negotiations regarding its
planned awning project.
The project, which also
falls in line with the master
plan adopted by the council
earlier this year, calls for
the installation of awnings
throughout the downtown
business district.
"It would start at Bay
Street and flow all the way to
Rosehead Park, taking in the
side streets as well. In some
cases, the awnings might
be attached to the actual
buildings themselves or
they could be freestanding.
The council has agreed,
in concept, to pay for the
awning construction and
maintenance. We would,
of course, have to reach
agreements with property
owners if the awnings
have to be attached to their
buildings. The goal is to
encourage pedestrian traffic
throughoghout downtown,
making it a more friendly
place for visitors and
shoppers," Brown said;

it goes a long way to assure
you make it through the first
cut," Sweeney said.
He pointed to one
program they developed
for the Tennessee Valley
Authority, under which they
certified nine sites. To date,
five have sold, resulting in
$6 billion in investments
and 6,000 jobs.
Currently there has only
been one certified site in
Florida to date which sold to
an Italian aviation company.
Sweeney said this gives
Taylor County the chance to
be the only certified site in
the state, making it attractive
to both businesses and state
economic development
officials when they are
marketing Florida.
Before the meeting,
TCDA officials spent a day
showing Sweeney around
Perry and Taylor County.
Sweeney pointed to the
existing infrastructure,
including rail access, a
history of manufacturing
and available labor force,
as well as the small-town
life and coastline as the
community's assets.
He continued, stating the
regional employment center
tracts are a "remarkable
asset. Quite frankly, they
represent employment
opportunities for a
"The successful
communities our clients
go to share characteristics
but the most important is
a public/private alignment
(in supporting economic
development)," he said,
adding that to him it
appears Taylor County has
He specifically referred
to the current beautification
plans for Downtown
Perry as a project that will
assist the community's
economic development
"I think this community is
in a very exciting position,"
Sweeney said.

'Thank you for your service'
AMVET Riders Post 20 presented a plaque of appreciation to Waren
"Buddy" Parker for his years of military service. Parker, who was in the
U.S. Army from 1957-66, served four tours in Vietnam. On hand for the
presentation were Rob Fournier, Paul Mallard and Richard Johnson.

Adcock-Lindsey Company was credited

as largest turpentine industry in the world

Continued from page 2
tight. Westberry recalls
that as workers tightened
the bands, they beat a tune
to make their labor easier.
He spoke of the cooking of
the gum in the large copper
kettle. Of how the resin was
strained through hardware
cloth with the leavings or,
dross being used for fires.
According to an article in
the Perry Herald published
in 1928, the Adcock-
Lindsey Company was the
largest turpentine industry
in the world. Ben Lindsey,
son of B. H. Lindsey, gave
the following account of the
Adcock-Lindsey operation.
The firm operated in the
largest continuous tract of
virgin timber in the world.
The land was bought
from Brooks-Scanlon, the
county's largest landowner
at the time. In 1928,
the company acquired
additional land from the
Putnam Lumber Company.
Most of the land was on a
lease basis. Under terms of
the lease, Adcock-Lindsey
paid the landowners a
percentage of the selling
price of the product.

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Headquarters for the
Adcock-Lindsey operation
were at Camp Nathan near
It was a paternalistic
operation; wherein a
close relationship was
maintained between owners
and workers. In addition
to the mill, the company
built schools, churches and
the inevitable commissary
as well as homes for the
The commissary system,
under which the worker
obtained supplies and food
in exchange for the records
of his work, proved a
blessing for the workers. At
one time, Lindsey recalled,
the company had over
$100,000 owed them on
their books for advance to
Primitive railroads
made of poles were used"
to carry the gum from the
woods to the still. Mules
pulled the loaded flat cars
along the crude track.
Despite the tall tales of
numerous rattlesnakes in
the area, Lindsey could
recall only one death from
snakebite. The greatest
danger, he said, was from

One great blow suffered
by the company was a fire
in the San Pedro Bay area
in 1928 that destroyed more
than seven million feet
of lumber. Converted to
sources of turpentine, this
amounted to 1,000 faces of
So large was Aycock-
Lindsey that they owned the
tank cars used in shipping.
The car hauled rosin to
Chicago and turpentine
spirits directly to the
consumer market.
In its peak year of 1928,
the company employed
1,400 men and operated 11
stills. Records show 15,786
barrels of spirits produced
and 54,358 barrels of rosin
that year.
In the years that followed,
the operation began to
decline. It was not until
1936, however, that it finally
suspended operation.
These articles have only
hit the high spots in the
history of the operation in
Taylor County.
There is much more that
needs to be added. But at
least, it proves that Taylor
County is and has been a
true Pine Tree Capital for
many years.

Great deal

on a Datsun!

.Continued from page 2

Sullivan announced the
birth of a daughter, Jessica
Marie, on Nov. 18. She
weighed 6 pounds, 15.5

Bud Malone, Gerald
Malone and Gary Malone
were wheeling and dealing
at Perry Motors with the
following pre-owned cars
advertised: a 1976 Jeep
Levi with 12,000 miles,
priced at $4395; a 1975
Datsun pick-up "like new,"
priced at $2695; and a
1973 Ford Torino, priced at

Dorothy H. and Joe P.
Burns Jr. were proceeding
with plans to open Pineview
Memorial Gardens, a
cemetery adjacent to Burns
Funeral Home.
Florida Comptroller
Gerald A. Lewis had
signed off on preliminary
applications and the
couple had until March to
comply with other state

Perry Police Chief
Ralph Coleman, Sheriff
Von Whiddon and City
Attorney Mike Smith all
spoke at a breakfast meeting
on shoplifting and how to
prevent it.

Boy Scout Mike
Mantzanas was shown
etching his name on his
bicycle with a carbide
pencil, as Scoutmaster
Charlie Lechner supervised.
The scouts were working
with the Taylor County
High School Key Club and
the Perry Kiwanis Club
to distribute the pens and
provide "bike protection."

....All are welcome to
Faith Baptist Church this
Sunday, December 2,
at the 11am and 6 pm
services. Special guest
will be Evangelist David
Sommerdorf, of Wasilla,
S. Alaska. Brother David
Siwill have on display his
M marine Corps Corvette,
which is painted with
Memorials to victims of
S9-11 and otherswho have
served their country.
Evangelist David Sommerdorf with his Marine Corps Corvette.
Join us for some great preaching, and a chance to see this incredible car
up close. For questions, call the church at 584-2980.

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The Village Church in Dowling Park
will present its annual Christmas Cantata...

"Word of the Father now in flesh appearing."
Saturday, Dec. 8 at 6:30 p.m. and
Sunday, Dec. 9 at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.
This is an intergenerational event featuring the
Chancel Choir, Youth Choir, Te Deum Hand-Bell Ringers,
Instruments and Drama with a cast and production crew of
over 75 children, teens and adults. If you want to begin
your Christmas season with an inspirational music and
worship experience, please join us. All are welcome.
Call the Village Church (386) 658-5344
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A-4 Perry News-Herald November 30-December 1, 2012

ACE students
A select group of ACE (Academic Career Education) students at Taylor Tech earned a spot on
the honor roll for the first nine weeks, with a grade of 3.0 or higher. ACE Instructor Ruth Harvey
spotlights: front row (left to right) Kayla Griffin, Imani Bellamy, Jacklyn Strickland and Brittany
Meade; and second row, Brittany Flaherty, Rebecca Blount, Junita Golden, Breyunna Smith and Ashley
Garbe. Pictured on top row are Eury Holmes, John White and Jaymonte McLeod. Not pictured are
Carlissa Manning and Jennecia Dowdell.

Showcasing home businesses

Holiday bazaar presented

at Woman's Club Thursday

MG booth takes 2nd

in county contest at

North Florida Fair
Master Gardeners Carrel Robinson and Leslie Secor took
to the streets of Taylor County taking pictures of people and
places to create a booth representing Taylor County at the
North Florida Fair, which was Nov. 1-12 in Tallahassee.
"This year's theme was "Whole Lotta Happy" and I think
some people thought we were a little crazy when we asked
them to hold our 'Whole Lotta Happy' sign and have their
picture taken, but everyone was happy to help out," the two
They expressed special thanks to Jason Ward and his crew
at 24-7 Tech and Master Gardeners Ron Miller, Mary Ann
Adams and Polly Waller for their hard work and support.
The booth was "well received" and won second place in the
county competition.

The Perry Woman's Club
urges the community to
come out and support local
home businesses during its
holiday bazaar on Thursday,
Dec. 6, from 5:30-8 p.m.
Admission is free.
Appetizers,and refreshments
will be served.

Booths within the club
house, located at 502 N.
Jefferson, will showcase

President Shawna Beach.
"We're still adding to the
list," she said.

beauty products, jams and If you'd like to include
jellies, purses and totes, your business/hobby, you
monogramming, crafts, may contact Beach at
diet and fitness items, Avon shawnabeach@gmail.com.
and catering opportunities, "Proceeds from this
"just to mention a few," said bazaar will go toward

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our club," Beach added.
Club members raised
more than $500 at the
Florida Forest Festival,
selling cookbooks and gift

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about? Master Gardeners answered that
question with a booth at the North Florida Fair
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Golden Dragons return to NFCC Tuesday

The Golden Dragon
Acrobats return by popular
demand to North Florida
Community College
(NFCC) on Tuesday, Dec.
4, for a performance of
"breathtaking skill and
spellbinding beauty that
combines award-winning
acrobatics, traditional'
dance, spectacular
costumes, ancient and
contemporary music and
theatrical techniques."
The show'begins at 7 p.m.

at NFCC's Van H. Priest
Auditorium and is a great
performance for the entire
family, organizers said.
The Golden Dragons are
recognized throughout the
United States and abroad
as the premier Chinese
acrobatic touring company
of today. In November 2005,
they made their Broadway
debut to a sold out audience
at the New Victory Theater,
New York's ultimate theater
for kids and families. Their

Broadway run over the next
six weeks led to standing
ovations from audience and
critical acclaim from the
New York press.
The company "delivers
beautifully choreographed
routines showcasing
their amazing skill and
physicality, accompanied
by a musical score of
traditional Chinese music
filtered through a New Age
sensibility," said The New
York Post. The run was

highlighted by the Golden
Dragons receiving the two
most prestigious New York
Drama Desk nominations
--Danny Chang for Unique
Theatrical Experience and
Angela Chang for Best
With the company's
main office based in Dallas,
the Golden Dragons have
traveled around the world
to all 50 states and to more
than 65 countries on five

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The members of the
current touring company,
hailing from Hebei, China,
have performed in all 48
lower U.S. states within
the last three years alone
to sold-out audiences. The
Golden Dragons remain
the only Chinese acrobatic
company touring year-
round in the United States.
The Golden Dragon
Acrobats last performed at
NFCC in January 2011 to
a sold-out crowd. Tickets
for the Dec. 4 performance
are available in advance
at the NFCC College
Advancement Office and
will be available at the Van
H. Priest Auditorium ticket

window the night of the
performance beginning at 6
p.m. Tickets may sell out the
night of the performance;
reserving tickets in advance
is recommended.
The ticket window opens
at 6 p.m., doors to seating
area open at 6:30 p.m. and
the show begins at 7 p.m.
For more information,
contact the NFCC College
Advancement Office at
(850) 973-1653. More
information is also
available at http://www.
programs/artist-series and
on the NFCC YouTube
page: atwww.youtube.com/

The Suwannee River
Water Management District
is using light detection
and ranging (LiDAR)
technology to map ground
"Our goal is to map
the entire district using
to LiDAR to enhance our
ability to identify flood
prone areas, plan land
management activities and
develop water storage and
recharge project," said
Water Resource Division
Director Erich Marzolf.
LiDAR is an optical

remote sensing technology
that measures the ground
elevation using an
A rapid collection of light
points--more than 150,000
per second--are aimed at
the ground surface, which,
in turn, reflects the light
back to an emitter. A digital
elevation model is created of
the ground surface from the
data that greatly improves
ground level elevation
accuracy from old elevation
-data of 10 feet and 5 feet to
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James Russell Cannon,
50, died Nov. 28, 2012, at
his residence in Perry.
Mr. Cannon was born in
Chester, S.C., on Jan. 23,
1962, to J.W. Cannon Sr.
and the late former Carolyn
Hough Cannon.
Survivors include: his
father, J.W. Cannon; a son,
James Russell Cannon II; a
daughter, Nakeesha Anne
Cannon; a brother, Jessie

Cannon Jr. of Perry; and a
host of nieces, nephews and
many good friends.
Memorial services will
be held at Joe P. Burns
Funeral Home on Saturday,
Dec. 1, at 11 a.m. with John
Dorman officiating.
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About 70 percent or
5,510 square miles of the
district have been mapped
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A-6 Perry News-Herald
November 30-December 1, 2012

December begins in a busy way...

December begins with a full slate on activities:
Shirley White of the Love Center Church in Apalachicola
will be the guest speaker for Heart2Heart Women's
Ministry Fellowship planned Saturday, beginning at 10
a.m. Bible study, fellowship, door prizes and lunch will be
at Loughridge Park Community Center.
Trinity House of Praise will hold a multi-family yard
sale on Saturday beginning at 8 a.m. Dinners will also be
provided until 3 p.m. Come shop, eat, enjoy!
Perry First Church of God will provide the stage for Josh
Noland's sixth annual "God's Country Live" concert'
on Dec. 2 featuring the Purvis Brothers, Larry Bullock,

Rebecca Aman, Wayne Martin, Fishbone Fred, Austin
Wynn and Jennifer Sullivan. The music begins at 6:30.
An Advent Evensong is planned at First Presbyterian
Church on Sunday, Dec. 2, beginning at 5 p.m. Special
guests will include "The Take Two Duo," a musical
collaboration by the husband and wife team of Cheryl and
Michael Cerretta. The community is cordially invited.
Next weekend:
Athena Baptist Church hopes you'll mark your calendar
for the music ministry's presentation of "Down From His
Glory" on Sunday, Dec. 9, beginning at 11 a.m.
The Women's Prayer Circle invites the community to
a prayer conference on Dec. 7-8 with guest speakers for
sessions both days. Mark your calendar!


Erma Hendry
Erma Hendry Kennedy of
Port St. Joe died Nov. 26,
She was born in Perry
Aug. 25, 1924, the youngest
of three daughters, born to
R. D. and Mary Hendry.
Mrs. Kennedy was
preceded in death by her
husband, Leo Kennedy;
parents R.D. and Mary
Hendry; two sisters, Eunice
Caroll and Eutha Ezell.
Survivors include: one
daughter, Linda Green of

Blountstown; one son, Leo
Kennedy of Mexico Beach;
three grandchildren, Mike
Green, Steve Green and
Serena Cook
Funeral services will
be held today, Nov. 30,
at 2 p.m. in Highland
View Baptist Church with
interment following in
Holly Hill Cemetery.
Family members will
receive friends one hour
prior to the service in
the church. Those who
wish may make memorial
donations to Highland
View Baptist Church, 310

Cards of Thanks

e ffing
I would like to express
my thankfulness for the
love and concern shown to
me and my family during
my tick-borne illness
Ehrlichiosis. Many of you
sent up prayers for my
healing. Your thoughts,
prayers, phone calls,
flowers, cards, food and
visits are truly appreciated.
Special thanks to God,
Dr. Schlick, my doctors
at Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital (I was there for
eight days), my immediate
family and Brother David
Please never ignore a
tick bite, regardless of
how small. If you are
contaminated, look for
headaches, high fevers,
nausea, vomiting and heart
failure. It does not go away.
You will be very ill. Get to
a doctor, tell them you were
bitten by a tick. It can be
Please continue to pray
for me. I am not well yet.
God bless.
Catherine Redding
The family of Jim
Hayden wishes to express
our deep appreciation to all
of our friends and family for
their overwhelming support
during our recent loss. We
especially thank the Taylor
County Sheriff's Office,
Clerk's Office, Taylor
Correctional Institution,
South House Furniture,
Bums Funeral Home and
Salem, Athena and Westside
Baptist churches.
Thank you to all those
honoring Jim through

their generous memorial
contributions, providing
food for the family and
uplifting us with flowers
and heartfelt condolences.
Your many acts of kindness
and sympathy continue to
be a great comfort to us.
We know you loved Jim and
will miss him also.
The Hayden, London,
Simmons and Hill families

Ling Street, Port St. Joe, Fl
32456. .

Henry Ford
Henry Ford Slaughter,
87, died Monday, Nov. 26,
2012, in Gainesville. He is
the son of Perry Slaughter
and Pearl Tuten.
A longtime resident
of Taylor County, Mr-.
Slaughter served in the
United States Navy during
World War II. He retired
as a mechanic from Sport
He was preceded in
death by his father and one

daughter, Gale Slaughter.
Survivors include: his
wife of 52 years, Clara
Slaughter; two sons, Henry
Darrell Slaughter and Roy
Dennis Woods, both of
Perry; three daughters,
Virginia (Clyde) Tuten of
Perry, Linda (Buddy) Hicks
of Perry and Judy (E.J.)
McCracken of Madison;
one brother, Lee Slaughter
of Perry; 11 grandchildren;
and also 16 great-grand
A memorial service for
Mr. Slaughter will be held
at a later date.
Beggs Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.

2012 Service of Remembrance
Tuesday, December 4t 6:00 pm
Perry Garden Club
206 Forest Park Drive, Perry
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We ecal times when we weie together,
That ate locked deep in oul hearts.
They are special times of things
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We wee forced to let you go--
Now we wish that you we e here
Because we love you so.
You both weie such a pait of us,
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To keep youw love inside of us
And say out last good-bye.
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A Memorial Service will be held on December 5,2012, at 5:30 p.m. L 7

0 at the crosses on Johnson Stripling Rd.

TIDBITS: What lasts?
Sarah Hall urges prayers for all the sick and bereaved
in the community, asking special prayers for her sister,
Frankye Sermons who is recovering at home.
Remember: The only things that last are the things we
give away. Give a smile to a lonely soul and it will make
his day.

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Fishing Report

Trout biting on

outgoing tide

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Well dang if I know why
but we caught trout like crazy
on the incoming tide up until
the freeze last weekend when
the trout suddenly decided to
bite on the outgoing tide.
Can't the trout read
anymore? Don't they know
the tide tables?
Catch Juniors, MirOdines,
Shad Assassins, Bite-A-Bait
Fighters, Bomber Long A's,
Gulp bounced on the bottom,
candy corn Sea Shads
bounced on thq bottom,
Cordell Redfins, Catch Fives
and live shrimp under Back
Bays are all taking trout,
flounder and reds at Keaton
I had Zack Cook and
Nathan Alexander of
Woodstock, Ga., out Friday
and Saturday and we had a
limit of trout each day using
a variety of baits. Most were
caught on live shrimp under
Back Bay Thunders. But
we also caught some on
MiirOlure's Catch Juniors
and Catch 2000's, on Bite-
A-Bait Fighters in real doll
and clown patterns and on
Assassin's 5-inch Shad
Assassins in stinky pinky
and candy corn.
This week I had Lanier
and Joel Smith of Monticello
out and they landed 15 trout
with 2 over 20 inches plus
two flounder on Sunday.
Then on Monday we had
exactly two flounder (one 3.2
pounds) and 15 trout ( 3 over
20 inches) which weighed
a whopping 32.7 pounds!
Four of our top trout hit
Astdsin's panhandle moon
5-inch shads under a Cajun
Tuesday, we had one trout
at 12:58 p.m. and at 1:49
p.m. had 15 in the box (the

high tide was 1:08 p.m.) We
had four trout before the flop
on Sunday. Other boats had
zero trout 'til 1 p.m. then
they limited out in under two
Anyway the trout are
taking most anything
when you are on the bite ...
otherwise they are not eating
Sounds simple enough.
Here are some reports
from Keaton Beach Marina:
Seth Harper of Perry,
with Jarvis McGrew of
Tallahassee, had a limit of
trout and one red Friday
using jerkbaits under Cajuns
and some plugs in 3.4 feet of
Don and Louise Stewart
and Margaret Clark of
Chiefland had 15 trout and
one 22-inch red bouncing
Gulp in 4 feet of water last
Also on Friday, Wyatt
and Lee Haney of Quitman,
Ga., had 10 trout and a BIG
Blue in less than 2 hours
while using live shrimp
under a cork and bouncing
New Penny in 3 5 feet of
Ginsie Degand and
Art Neisler- with Larry
Highsmith of Valdosta, Ga.,
had their limit of trout both
days (Friday and Saturday)
using a variety of baits live
and artificial under Cajuns
and bouncing jigs.
Mike and Garrett Mash of
Perry had their limit of trout
and one BSB Saturday using
Gulp in 5 feet of water.
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Slow down for panthers

This holiday season, many
people will be traveling
throughout Florida to visit
with friends and family.
During this time, the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) is urging motorists
to be extra vigilant when
traveling through panther
The major human-related

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panther deaths in 2012 to
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2011, nine of 24 documented
deaths of Florida panthers
were attributed to vehicle
"People who slow down
and drive carefully through
panther habitat can make. a
difference in the conservation
of this endangered species,"
FWC's Darrell Land said.

A-7 Perry News-Herald November 30 December 1, 2012

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Taylor County High's Chris Davis dribbles a ball
during action Tuesday night against Wakulla.
Davis scored all four goals for the Bulldogs in the
contest. (Photo by Jamie Cruse)

Boys improve

season record

to 5-0 after win

The Taylor County High
boys varsity soccer team
improved its record to 5-0
(4-0 in district) on the season
Tuesday with a 4-1 win over
district foe Wakulla.
The first half started off
quickly for the Bulldogs
as Garrett Johnson sent a
through ball that Chris Davis
took off on a breakaway and
beat the keeper easily for
the first goal.
The game settled
down from that point and
neither team could take
advantage of goal-scoring
opportunities. Late in the
first half, Wakulla was
awarded a free kick inside
the box which the team
converted to tie the game at
The Bulldogs came
out with new life in the
second half and completely
dominated the War Eagles

allowing Davis to score
three more goals with 2
great assists from Justin
Folsom. Another assist
came on a monster punt
from his goalie position by
Davis Helm.
The defense again "played
outstanding" led by senior
captain Jonathan Thomas.
Helm recorded 8 saves on
the night with 6 of those
coming in the first half.
"With the return of
football players to the team,
we now have depth and
athleticism at every position
which is very important
for success down the home
stretch," Taylor County
Coach Rodney King said.
The Bulldogs were slated
to play at East Gadsden
Thursday beginning at 7
p.m. Their next home game
will be Monday at 7 p.m.
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drum, spotted seatrout and snook.
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be targeted only with hook
and line; and captain and crew of for-hire vessels such as
charter boats would have a bag limit of zero and would not
be allowed to take fish home for themselves. FWC staff has
already recommended the passage of the new rule.
The sport fish designation would offer a higher level of
protection than game fish by making selected species catch-
and-release only, including no recreational harvest as well
as no commercial harvest, possession or sale. Sport fish
could also be targeted by hook and line only.
If game fish and sport fish designations are approved,
staff will return to future 'meetings with suggestions for
potential fish species candidates.
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and "Workshops." For those without computers, voice-only
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Holiday favorites get a

new look in 'Guardians'

When you're a kid, holidays and special
events are full of magical figures, from
Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny to the
Tooth Fairy and Sandman.
Childhood really is a magical time
altogether, full of wonder, imagination,
idealism, creativity and memories.
Of course, there's also a dark side,
full of monsters and nightmares, like the
So imagine, if you will, that our holiday
heroes work together to protect all of the
wonderful aspects of childhood from those
who would destroy them. Think of these
legends as a sort of Avengers for childhood
Well, that's actually what
happens in Dreamworks
Animation's latest film, "Rise
of the Guardians."
Combining together our
childhood legends, the film
is an action-packed adventure
that also has a lot of heart and B
Dreamsworks set a new
standard for itself with "How
to Train Your Dragon," a
mark it has yet to reach again,
but here they at least use the
lessons learned there to create
a deeper, fuller experience than their last
few efforts.
What really makes this film work,
however, is the ingenious way its weaves
a compelling mythology around Santa and
the others and the work they do, based on
the book series by William Joyce, who was
involved in the film production from the
"Rise of the Guardians" begins with Jack
Frost (voiced by Chris Pine, "Star Trek")
talking about his earliest memories from
some 200 years before, when he awoke
under a frozen lake and discovered his
powers over the cold.
Back in present day, Santa Claus (Alec
Baldwin, "30 Rock") receives a warning
that Pitch (Jude Law, "Sherlock Holmes"),
otherwise known as the Boogieman, has
returned once again to attack the world's
children. He quickly assembles the rest of
the Guardians--the Easter Bunny (Hugh
Jackman, "X-Men"), the Tooth Fairy (Isla
Fisher, "Rango") and Sandman. They are
told that it is time for a new Guardian to
join their ranks: Jack Frost.
. Jack is decidedly less than interested in
a new job, somewhat jaded after spending


DEC. 8-9 Nov. 24-DEC. 22
The Tallahassee Ballet The Hippodrome presents
presents its annual the holiday classic, "A
production of 'The Christmas Carol:' a
Nutcracker" at Ruby Diamond Gainesville tradition for the
Auditorium featuring the Dew entire family. Join Scrooge,
Drop Fairy and the Rat King, Marley, the Cratchits and a
as well as the handsome host of Christmas ghosts for
prince and dancing this holiday favorite featuring
snowflakes. Showtimes dazzling special effects,
include Dec. 8 at 8 p.m. and an original adaptation and
a 2 p.m. matinee on Dec. a timeless message of
9, as well as a children's goodwill. Ticket prices vary
abbreviated matinee at depending on showtime
10:30 a.m. on Dec. 8. Ticket and seat location. For more
prices vary depending information, visit thehipp.org
seating location and can be or call 352-375-4477.
purchased by visiting online I CONERTS
at www.tallahasseeballet.org.
DEC. 2
Josh Nolan's sixth annual
Nov. 23-DEC. 23 God's Country Live Concert
The Hippodrome in will be held at Perry First
Gainesville presents "A Tuna Church of God in Perry at
Christmas."Those wacky 6:30 p.m.The concert will
.characters from Tuna, Texas, feature The Encore Band,
have once again entered The Purvis Brothers, Larry
the heated Yuletide lawn Bullock, Rebecca Aman,
display contest. Socialite Vera Wayne Martin, Fishbone
Carp hopes to win another Fred, Austin Wynn and
consecutive victory, but Jennifer Sullivan. The church
she faces stiff competition is located at 1915 N. US 221.
from the crusty proprietor of FESTIUALS
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from a pair of cowboy-loving DEC. 7-8
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in multiple roles. Ticket prices with hot food and cool music,
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the past several centuries unable to be seen
or heard by anyone since not enough people
believe in him.
Sitting on the sidelines, however, is
quickly not an option as Pitch unleashes his
plan to defeat the Guardians by destroying
children's faith and belief in them, and
replacing them with fear of himself.
"Rise of the Guardians" is directed by
Peter Ramsey, who in making his debut
here becomes the first African American
director to helm a big-budget computer-
generated animation film.
Joyce says the idea for the Guardians was
born when his daughter asked him if Santa
had ever met the Easter Bunny. In a way, I
Find it even more compelling
that such a big idea came from
such a small question. Sadly,
Joyce's daughter passed away
during production at the age
of 18 from a brain tumor.
In the film, we get some
rather unique versions of
characters we've all known
since childhood, such as the
Russian-accented, tattoo-
sporting Santa (who just
happens to wield two swords
when in battle), the rough-
and-tumble Australian Easter
Bunny (who just happens to be so big Jack
jokingly mistakes him for a kangaroo) and
the part-human/part-hummingbird Tooth
Fairy (who just happens to be a bit OCD
when it comes to teeth).
Additionally, the movie explores the idea
that each Guardian protects a certain aspect
of childhood, whether it's wonder, belief or
memories. It adds a level of depth and heart
to the storytelling, and gives the feeling
that there, is a lot more at stake in the battle
against Pitch than it first appears.
There's also Jack's story, which is one of
finding a place in the world and a purpose
for which to strive and fulfill. It's been a
common theme among this year's animated
offerings, having been in explored in
"Brave" and "Wreck-It Ralph," as well as
in a lesser extent in "ParaNorman."
"Rise of the Guardians" may not rise to
the level of "How to Train Your Dragon,"
but it is one of the best Dreamworks
offerings in years. It is definitely one of the
best animated films of 2012, full of wonder
and adventure. After watching, you may
just find yourself believing again.
The film is rated PG for thematic elements
and some mildly scary action.

Robert & the Boxcar Tourists,
Dottie Smith & the Slackers,
6th Street R&B Band, The
Wisecrackers and Alibi. The
barbecue events include the
Triple Crown Invitational,
featuring dozens of the best
cook teams in the Southeast,
the Triple Crown Open
Competition, Backyard BBQ
Division, John Boy and Billy
Sauce Contest, People's
Choice Competition and the
Kidz-Que Grillmaster Contest
(for ages 6-15). Admission
to the event is free. For more
information, call the chamber
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DEC. 4
Back by popular demand,
the North Florida Community
College Artist Series,
presents the Golden Dragon
Acrobats, who combine
award-winning acrobatics,
traditional dance, spectacular
costumes, ancient and
contemporary music and
theatrical techniques
to present a show of
breathtaking skill and beauty.
The program will be held
at 7 p.m. at NFCC's Van H.
Priest Auditorium in Madison.
Tickets are $12 for adults and
$6 for children (12 and under)
and NFCC students. For
more information, visit www.
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A-8 Perry News-Herald
November 30 December 1,2012

The Florida State University Student Theatre Association will present
the world premiere of the original musical "A Night Like This" at Augusta
Conradi Studio Theatre in Tallahassee. Admission to the production is free.
For more information, visit fsusta.com. (Photos by Ashley Cohen)

'A Night Like This' will

premiere tonight at FSU

The Florida State
University Student Theatre
Association (STA) presents
the world premiere of
Alexander Sage Oyen's
haunting original musical
"A Night Like This,"
directed by FSU senior and
STA artistic director Blayze
The production will run
from Nov. 30 to Dec. 2 in
the Augusta Conradi Studio
Theatre in Tallahassee.
STA is a registered student
organization that provides
resources and educational
support to students
wanting to put on theatrical
productions in Tallahassee.
STA possesses a board of
undergraduate, graduate
and PhD representatives, as
well as supportive faculty
and staff, who are there to
help students develop their
"A Night Like This"

had its first staged reading
in Orlando during the
summer of 2011. Since
then, composer/lyricist
Alexander Sage Oyen aind
book writer Sean Peter
Drohan have shaped this
musical into a final draft for
production purposes. Oyen
asked director/producer
Blayze Teicher to premiere
the show at FSU during fall
Ryan, played by Tanner
Lane, is a fallen soldier who
has left his two childhood
friends to deal with the
unresolved issues amongst
His young widow Katie,
played by Katie Bottomley,
has called for a pre-funeral
soiree as an act of denial
the midnight before the
ceremony. There is just
one problem. Ryan's best
friend Dan, played by
Matthew Janisse, is the only

"A Night to Remember" features Matthew
Janisse as Dan, Katie Bottomley as Katie; and
Tanner Lane as Ryan. The production opens
tonight and runs through Sunday, Dec. 2.

The last weekend in
November brings us two
movies, including the horror
film "The Collection,"
sequel to the indie film,
"The Collector." This time
around, the Collector's
only surviving victim is
blackmailed into trying to
rescue a girl in the serial
killer's clutches. From
the creators of "Saw IV"
through "Saw VI," this
looks to be in same vein of
ultra-gory horror films.
The movie is rated R for
strong bloody violence,

brief nudity.
Wrapping up the month
is "Killing Them Softly," a
mobster movie starring Brad
Pitt from the director of
"The Assassination of Jesse
James by the Coward Robert
Ford." Pitt is a hitman sent
to clean up the mess after a
mob-protected poker game
is robbed. The cast also
features James Gandolfini
("The Sopranos") and Ray
Liotta ("Goodfellas").
The film is rated R for
violence, sexual references,
pervasive language and

grisly images, language and some drug use.

one who shows up. When
Katie leaves Dan alone
in the cemetery, his night
gets a little odd. Back from
the dead, Ryan appears to
address their haunting past.
"It has been such an honor
to take on this bold, new
work," Teicher said. "My
team and I are thrilled to
have this opportunity and to
expose our audiences to this
up-and-coming composer."
Oyen is an alumnus of
University of Minnesota/
Guthrie BFA Actor Training
Program. His musical,
"Dachau" (music and
lyrics with -Christopher
Metz), was workshopped
at the University of Central
Florida and his concert/
song cycle, "Context" (now
titled "Rebel V s"),
premiered in New York
City. He also has written
two original book-musicals,
one of which, "Sidekicks,"
was presented at New York
Music Theatre Festival this
past summer.
"Alexander Sage Oyen
is definitely an artist to
watch," Teicher said.
With a talented cast of
three FSU music theatre
majors, a seasoned
orchestra, and the designs
of some of the School of
Theatre's most promising
young designers, this
musical production will
be a truly unique event for
the Tallahassee community,
organizers said.
Showtimes are tonight
(Friday) at 8 p.m., Dec. 1 at
8 p.m. and Dec. 2 at 2 and 8
p.m. Admission is free.
For more information
regarding tickets, visit
fsusta.com. For daily
updates, follow and Like
"FSU STA" on Facebook.
STA's mission is to
"facilitate the growth
of students seeking
exploration in the theatre
arts by providing unique
and diverse opportunities
through creative and
educational experiences."

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Mail your name, address and a check for
$35 (in county) or $49 (out of county) to
P.O. Box 888, Perry, FL 32348

A-10 Perry News-Herald November 30 December 1 ,2012


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The deadlines for classified ads are Monday by
5 p.m. for the Taco Times and Wednesday by
5 p.m. for the Perry News-Herald.

Small ads...big deals!

Auction. Saturday, Dec. 8 at 5 p.m.
Auction House/Madison 1693 SW
Moseley Hall Rd. (CR360) (850)
973-1444. We will have a hauler
with a large assortment of toys.
We will again be partnering with
the Salvation Army and VFD
collecting toys for kids that may
not otherwise receive one this
Christmas. We will also be selling
a large assortment of new and
used including Christmas decor
and trees. See us at
auctionzip.com 10% buyers
premium. MC, Visa, Discover,
debit cards, checks and cash

accepted. AU691
11/28 11/30

Ron Cox,

Yard sale. Saturday, Dec. 1. Small
but mighty...214 N. Center St.
(corner of East Bay Street and
North Center Street). Featuring
women's and kids clothes,
electronics and miscellaneous
early Christmas shopping...small
lines, no waiting.

3 Family Yard Sale. Saturday, 7:30
until, 2343 A.V. Brannan Rd, off,
Slaughter Rd. Girl's newborn
through 3T, girl's 6-10/12,
women's clothes of all sizes, crib,
play pen and lots more. Come on

Huge Yard Sale. Saturday, Dec. 1,
5230 Tower Rd. (across from the
prison). There will be signs to
guide you! Baby and toddler
clothes, all kinds of toy, adult
clothes, household items. Over
200 things to choose from. Lots of
miscellaneous stuff.

3-Family Yard Sale. Saturday, 8
a.m. until, 1104 W. Willow St.
Household items, designer
clothes, men, women, children
clothes, nursing scrubs, winter
clothing and much more.

Yard sale. Friday, Nov. 30, &
Saturday, Dec. 1,8 a.m. until, Chip
Mizell Rd. off Johnson Stripling
Rd. Baby clothes and furniture,,
toys, name brand junior girls
clothes, plus size women's and
men's clothing, household items
plus much more.

Huge Indoor Yard Sale. Friday and
'Saturday, 121 E. Green St.
(downtown). Something for
everyone. Clothes, collectibles,
electronics, tools games and
much more!

Yard sale. Friday & Saturday, 10
a.m. until, Shady Grove off Hwy.
14 West.

Yard sale. Saturday, 222 Pineland
Street, 7 a.m. until noon (brick
house off Dixie Hwy.) look for
Santa and his Reindeer. New
Christmas items, 8-10 women's
clothes, baby clothes, toys, men's
clothes and more.

Furniture Sale. Prices REDUCED!
Friday and Saturday, Paul Poppell
Rd. off Woods Creek Rd.

Multi-Family Yard Sale. Saturday, 8
a.m. until 1 p.m., 1820 Davis
Walker Rd. (first road on right
passed Fenholloway River).
Rotisserie oven, 5 x 7 rug, antique
chair, ottoman, Christmas dishes
and more.

Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. until 2
p.m., 3498 Hwy. 19 South (Taylor
Storage Center across from Taylor
Tech.) Girl & boy's bikes, winter
jackets, men's 'boots, double
stroller, bassinet, gas fireplace, TV
cabinet, Spinet piano and bench,
Yamaha drum machine,
Christmas items, executive desk,
secretary chair, TV, wheelchair,
walker, roll-on walker, humidifier,
air purifier, sewing machine,
Foosball table, children's life
jacket, rebounder, fireplace
utensils, 10-foot ceiling/house
jacks, solar shower, portable
charging station, stroller, baby
clothes, bouncer, carseats, swing,
toys, adult tricycles, home
security system, small appliances,
tools, magnetic bracelets and
much more.

Huge 2 Family Yard Sale.
Saturday, Dec. 1, 8 a.m. until 2
p.m., 1077 Glenway Dr. (go North
19 turn left on Reddick, go
through 4way stop, left on
Glenway) Everything priced to
sell. Clothes, home decor, games,
toys, too much to list.

Multi-Family Yard Sale. Saturday, 6
a.m. until noon, at the old Debbie
Jewel's building. More stuff added
men, women's, baby girl clothes,
home and holiday decor, dishes
land a whole lot more.

Bush-hog (brand new) mower, like
new, used very little. $1,500, call
672-0911 or 838-5297.


Metal and Junk

Cash for junk cars and trucks, free
removal. 7 days a week. Call (386)
658-1030 or (904) 887-8513.
11/02 01/04

Yamaha trumpet for sale with two
mouth pieces in hard case. It's in
good working condition and looks
good. Call 223-1005, please leave

For Sale
Xbox 360 with 20GB hard drive
and a wireless Internet adapter, 2
controllers, no games. $125. Call

Steinhatchee Rental Wanted.
Single senior fisherman. Small
winter rental Dec.-April. Truck &
boat parking, cable & internet.
Non-smoker or alcohol. Veteran,
please e-mail:

Older single wide for sale (you
move), 10x40, 2/1, appliances
and furniture, roofover,
axles/wheels. Needs TLC
$1,995/offer. (850) 223-1448.
11/30- 12/12

2 bedroom mobile home for rent.
$500 monthly, $500 security
deposit, call (850) 977-6184.

Very nice 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath
split level home. 2,500 sq. ft., large
utility room with fenced yard. $850
monthly. Call 371-1462 or 584-
7636 for more information.
sjec, tfn

2 BD/1BA mobile home. $500
monthly, $500 deposit. Call
11/30 12/12

Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included for monthly
$595 (required $45 deposit),
$175-$240 weekly or $40 daily
(tax included). 317 N. Byron Butler
Pkwy. (305) 970-1653.
LS, tfn

Woodridge Apartments
Accepting applications for 1, 2,
and 3 BR HC and Non-HC
accessible apartments. HUD
vouchers considered. Call 850-
584-5668. 709 W. Church St.,
Perry, FL 32348 TDD 711. "This
institution is an equal opportunity
provider, and employer."
WGA, tfn

2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments
Rent based on income with
First Month Rent Free for
qualified applicants. Call
850-584-6842. TDD. EHO.
Section 8 Affordable Multifamily
TWA, tfn

2 bedroom, 1 bath, beautiful home
on large lot. Living room, big eat-in
kitchen, central air. 207 S. High
St., $595 monthly, $595 deposit.
Call (305) 970-1653.
LS, tfn

3BD/2BA house. $600 monthly,
$500 deposit. Call 295-3653.
11/30- 12/12

3BD/2BA mobile home. $550
monthly, $500 deposit. Call 295-
11/30- 12/12

3BD/2 BA mobile home. $550
monthly, $500 deposit. Call 295-
11/30 12/12

Office space for rent. 900 sq. ft., S.
Jefferson St., $550 monthly, $500
11/30- 12/12

Everetts Mobile Home Park
Taking applications for 2 bedroom,
1 1/2 bath. $475 monthly and
$300 deposit, references required
EMHP, tfn

Prevatt's Wayside Apartments
Fully furnished efficiency. Adults
only, all utilities and cable
included, $140 weekly. Call (850)
11/28 12/07

1 bedroom fully furnished trailer in
nice quiet area. Utilities and
satellite TV included. 1 or 2 adult
only, no children, no pets, $150
weekly and $150 security. Call
11/26 12/14

3BR/2BA double wide. Located at
1070 Buckeye Nursery Road with
fenced in pasture land. $675 a
month and $300 deposit. Call 584-
7094 for application information
you must have excellent credit
EMHP, tfn

House in town. 3 bedroom, 1 1/2
baths. No pets, no smoking.
Background check required. $500
per month rent, $500 security
deposit. Call 584-6140.
11/09 11/30

Westgate Rooms available for
rent. refrigerator, microwave, TV
w/cable, AC/Heater. Everything
included. $175- $240 weekly, $40
daily, $595-$635 per month.
RV sites $20 daily, $100 weekly,
$350 monthly. Tax included. 1627
S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-299-
LS, tfn

900 sq. ft. office space. Great
location on South Jefferson
Street. $600 monthly, call 371-
11/07 11/30

1BR/1BA, water, sewer and
electric included. Perfect for one
person or couple. No pets, no
kids. $175 weekly or $600
monthly, $200 security deposit.
Call (386) 776-2405.
11/21 11/30

Apartment for rent. 2 bedroom, 1
bath, washer/dryer hook ups. No
pets, $550 monthly, $550 deposit.
Call 223-3369.
11/21 12/07

Nice rental available Dec. 20 or
earlier. 3 bedroom, 1 bath house
on 1 acre. Updated kitchen and
bath, big master, semi-furnished
country living just minutes from
town. Also, optional, adjacent 9
acres for rent. No small children or
pets. $795 monthly, first and last
months rent up front, 838-5297.
11/21 11/30

Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments for rent $600 to $800.
Included with rent is full cable t.v.,
Internet, hot tub, one block, one
block to river and new boat
landing. Call 352-498-7740 if no
answer 813-677-9640.
SPR, tfn

3BD/3BA, $500 deposit, $550
monthly. Call 371-1400 or 295-
11/23 11/30

Triple wide MH on 1/2 acre.
Fireplace, back porch, city water
and sewer, close to Perry.
$39,900, call (386) 288-1764.
11/21 11/30

For Sale By Owner
3 bed, 2 bath, single family
dwelling on 1.16 MOL acres at
308 Worley Way, Clark
Subdivision off Bishop Blvd. Total
elec., central H/A, FP, fenced back
yard, concrete drive, and lots
more. $203,900 includes a 1 yr.
home warranty. Please call (850)
838-8258 for appt., leave msg.
11/21 12/14

1 acre of land, 2 miles from
Keaton Beach. $18,500, some
owner financing. Well, power pole,
septic and large shed. Call 843-
11/14 12/17

DUPLEX for sale by owner,
excellent investment. Two free-
standing block houses. 2BD/1 BA-
each full kitchen, full bath, on
50'x150' lot. Excellent rental
history, well maintained, great
location behind Walmart off Old
Dixie Hwy. As is $65,000 obo. Call
Robert (850) 223-3427.

Land for Sale, 221 North between
Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo
Parker Rd. 1 acre lots with paved
roads. Owner financing available.
Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
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Want to own this part of '"The
Suwannee River?"
Priced to Sell!!!!
Located in Lafayette County,
Mayo, Florida.
.75 acres for only $36,500!!!
Now Accepting Offers
Call Cynthia for more information
(850) 223-7152
or Visit our website: bcfcu.coop
BCFCU, tfn

level floor plan, LR/DR with
fireplace, family room with
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office, large rec. room, patio, pool,
large storage building, 3 acres m/I,
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Mini ranch 24.5 acres includes 3/2
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North of Perry, just outside of city
limits. $240,000, call (850) 295-
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Home for sale. 3BD/2BA tri-level
floor plan, LR/DR with fireplace,
family room with fireplace, kitchen,
breakfast area, office, large rec.
room, patio, pool, large storage
building, 3 acres m/l, 2,592 sq. ft.
121 Shady Oaks Dr. (off
Plantation). (850) 584-7687 or
11/02 11/30

2004 Chrysler Concorde. 6 cyl., 4
door, automatic transmission, all
power windows, CD player,
129,000 miles, 26 miles per
gallon, Excellent conditions.
$3,000, call (850) 838-6466.
11/30 -12/05

1996 Honda Shadow, 1100
A.C.E., $2,000. Call James (850)
223-1794 press 1.
11/23 12/05

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point hitch with finishing mower
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11/30 12/05

-Receptionist needed for busy
office. Must be punctual and
responsible with computer skills
and good work ethic. Pay
commensurate with experience.
No phone calls or drop-ins,
please. Submit resume to PO.
Box 888 (32348) by Dec. 12.
11/28, tfn

ASE-Certified Automotive Notice is hereby given pursuant
Instructor and Automotive to Section 2.13 of the City
Charter of the City of Perry,
Assistant Needed: Florida, that Ordinance No. 916
Inquire of Jamie Newberry, and Ordinance no, 917 were
Education Director ADOPTED by the City Council on
Twin Oaks Vocational Academy November 27, 2012.
(850) 948-1200, x281 or ANr ORDINANCE TO AMEND
jnewberry@togha.org ORDINANCE NO. 911, DATED
11/14 12/07, TOJ TOVA2436 OCTOBER 9, 2012 OF THE CITY OF
Retail andFood Service Manager LAND, PROVIDING COVENANTS,
needed immediate opening in a CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
progressive and growing company FOR THE USE OF PUBLIC LAND,
requires previous experience in AND PROVIDING FOR PERPETUAL
retail or food service PROVIDING EFFECTIVE DATE.
management. Including store ORDINANCE NO. 917
scheduling, P&L, marketing and AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
expense control. Compensation PERRY, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING
based on skills and experience. LAND, PROVIDING COVENANTS,
Vacation, sick and health benefits CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
available. Resume and references FOR THE USE OF PUBLIC LAND,
required. Apply by mail, PO. Box AND PROVIDING FOR PERPETUAL
WO, tfn Robert A. Brown, Jr.
City Manager
Security Guards Needed Daryll Gunter
Must have "D" license, must pass
criminal/drug screening, $9.25/hr.
Contact www.dsisecurity.com, Advertise in the Perry
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11/21 11/30

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BC, tfn

Director of Advising & Retention
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See www.nfcc.edu.
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Licensed and insured. Free
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JM, tfn

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At the Booking Desk

Editor's 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.
July 4:
Padro Quartez Nash, 19,
1103 N. Washington Street,
trespass, PtI. Hernandez, PPD.
Tonya Ann Aman, 47, 105
El Dorado Drive, no drivers
license, Ptl. Hernandez, PPD.
Wesley Elbert Stephens, 23,
1204 South Sparrow, no motor
vehicle registration, possession
of drug paraphernalia,
possession of controlled
substance, Ptl. Johnson, PPD.
Martin Mims, 24, 109 Pine
Road, VOP (burglary, grand
theft), Ptl. Cephus, PPD.
Ryland Fowler, 77,
Steinhatchee, aggravated
assault, discharging firearm in
public, Deputy Gulbrandsen,
July 5:
Jessica Weatherly, 19, Hwy.
19 South, no valid drivers
license, PtI. Murphy, PPD.
Antonio White, 34, 500 S.
Warner Ave., no valid drivers
license, Ptl. Cephus, PPD.
Lee Edward Spees Ill,
29, 3230 Spees Harris
Lane, DWLS/knowingy, Ptl.
Hernandez, PPD.
Jeffery Benton, 25, 5015
Carl Sadler Lane, possession
of less than 20 grams cannabis,
Ptl. Hernandez, PPD.
July 6:

Charles Williams, 29, 2933
Dorman Peacock Road,
disorderly intoxication, Deputy
Tompkins, TCSO.
Charles A. Raulerson, 39,
Belle Chasse, La., violation
of injunction, possession of
firearm while under injunction,
Ptl. Cephus, PPD.
Belond Thomas, 27, 109
W. Willow Street, aggravated
assault with deadly weapon,
Ptl. Murphy, PPD.
Tony Cameron, 45, 1578
Courtney Road, theft of other,
Ptl. Cephus, PPD.
July 6:
Stein Michael Glenn, 33,
2890 Slaughter Road, armed
burglary, battery, Deputy
Gunter, TCSO.
Jon Alexander Crebessa, 41,
3787 Foley Cut Off, trafficking
controlled substance, Inv.
Hayden, TCSO.
Michael K. Strickland, 25,
1190 Fairview Drive, fraudulent
insurance claim, grand theft,
Deputy Upshaw, TCSO.
July 7:
Harry James Merritt, 25,
4329 Puckett Road, drug, Ptl.
Geyer, PPD.
Kaci Brooks Faircloth, 32,
5710 Highway 221 North,
child abuse, neglect of a child,
Deputy Woods, TCSO.
James Kaleb Peacock, 20,
3045 Foley Cut Off Road,
open house party, contributing
to delinquency of a minor,
disorderly conduct, possession
of alcohol, Deputy Cash,
Harry James Merritt, 25,

4329 Puckett Road, order to
revoke pretrial release, Ptl.
Geyer, PPD.
July 8:
Richard Leo Schmitz, 49,
Jacksonville, drug equipment/
possession, traffic offense
(DUI alcohol or drugs), Trooper
Swindle, FHP
Noah E. Anthony, 29, 18124
Whitetail Drive, out of county
warrant, improper exhibition of
a firearm, Deputy Shaw, TCSO.
Charles Larkin Cowart, 29,
Bunnell, disorderly intoxication,
Deputy Gunter, TCSO.
Todrick Cornelius Burney, 33,
395 El Camino Drive, warrant/
possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis, possession
of drug paraphernalia, Deputy
Cash, TCSO.
July 9:
Kayla Robin Brinson, 23,
127 Walter Smith Road,
introduction of contraband,
battery, Ptl. Hernandez, PPD.
July 10:
Johnny M. Collier, 29, 1611
S. Robinson Street, battery, Ptl.
Hernandez, PPD.
Cindy L. Ball, 56, Old Town,
passing worthless checks,
felony fleeing officer, tampering
with evidence, resisting a
merchant, reckless driving,
petit theft, Deputy Hooker,
James McCray, 28, Miami,
VOP (aggravated assault),
Deputy McKenzie, TCSO.
James Peacock, 20, 3025
Foley Cut Off Road, VOP
(burglary of conveyance), Ptl.
Cephus, PPD.

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July 11:
Christopher Quentin Pitts,
34, 2645 Mixon Road, VOP
(dealing in stolen property),
Sgt. Gibson, TCSO.
Uleta Michelle Russell, 39,
2949 Mixon Road, tampering
with evidence, resisting without
violence, Ptl. Curry, PPD.
Dallas Redmon, 42, Highway
221 North, barbering without
license, operating unlicensed
babershop, Deputy Cash,
July 12:
Annie Ruth Moore, 44, 702
West Duval Street, writ, Ptl.
Cephus, PPD.
Tabitha Lynn Sadler, 31,
1627 S. Byron Butler Parkway,
VOP (possession of more than
20 grams cannabis, possession
of cocaine), Deputy Cash,
July 13:
Joneshia Young, 18, 1047
E. Ash Street, battery, Ptl.
Cephus, PPD.
Benjamin Craig Worsley,
28, 360 Sam Poppell Road,
possession of controlled
substance, PtI. Johnson, PPD.
Jamal Parker, 19, 109 El
Matador, trespass, Ptl. Dice,
Daniel Dunkleberger, 53, W.
Bluefish Lane, VOP (battery
on law enforcement officer),
Deputy Hooker, TCSO.
Brian S. Wrigh, 31, 2275
James Lane, VOP (dealing
in stolen property), Officer
Hendry, P&P.
July 14:
Jospeh Padqett, 26, 11141


Woodland Road, VOP, Deputy
Gilbreath, TCSO.
Marshall Lynn 29, 1211
N. Calhoun Street, VOP
(cheating), Ptl. Murphy, PPD.
Katie Slobodian, 24,113 Crit
Jones, VOP (battery), Ptl. Dice,
Jessica Warren, 28, Tampa,
DWLS, Ptl. Cephus, PPD.
July 16:
Jonathan Hernandez, 32,
808 E. Paige Street, VOP
(grand theft), Ptl. Campbell,
July 17:
Timothy Collins, 49, 3895
Oak Lane, grand theft, dealing
in stolen property, Deputy
Cash, TCSO.
Deanna Ray, 34, 2665
Bernard Johnson Road,
VOP (possession of
cocaine, possession of drug
* paraphernalia), Deputy Cash,
Emmanuel O'Neal, 24,
Blackville, S.C., VOP (grand
theft), FTA (VOP/grand theft),
Deputy Woods, TCSO.
Thomas Joe Lewis, 40, 1028
Paul Poppell Road, introduction
of contraband into detention,
Deputy Gulbrandsen, TCSO.
Tabitha Sadler, 31, 1627 S.
Byron Butler Parkway, VOP
(possession of more than 20
grams cannabis, possession of
cocaine), Det. Norris, PPD.
Deanna Kay Mathis, 40, 556
Puckett Road, possession of
cocaine, Ptl. Curry, PPD..
July 18:
Shamireia Jackson, 27, 920
N. Washington Street, VOP

(uttering forgery), Deputy
Tompkins, TCSO.
Casey Deller, 24, Palm
Bay, VOP (sale of controlled
substance), no officer given.
July 19:
Sultan H. Ashi, 35, 111
Cypress Road, DWLS/
knowingly, Ptl. Johnson, PPD.
Betty Bolden, 62, 911 W.
Willow Street, FTA, VOP (no
valid vehicle registration, no
valid drivers license), Deputy
Gilbreath, TCSO.
Uleta Michelle Russell,
39, 2949 Mixon Road, VOP
(felony petit theft), Ptl. Curry,
Cecil Habbord, 48,
326 Springhill Road, VOP
(possession of cocaine),
Officer Norton, P&P.
Johnny M. Collier, 29, 1611
S. Robinson Street, VOP
(sale/purchase of controlled
substance), Ptl. Hernandez,
Angela Carlton, 32, Panama
City, VOP, Deputy Tompkins,
Christopher Grant Archer,
29, 3950 Courtney Road, (state
filed) forgery, uttering forgery,
petit theft, Deputy Tompkins,
July 20:
Joshua Coxwell, 28,
3191 Slaughter Road, VOP
(trafficking in stolen property,
DWLW/R), Deputy Woods,
Michael Lee Sparrow, 27,
101 Folsom Street, disorderly
conduct, resisting without
violence, PtI. Hernandez, PPD.


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5. Xtreme sport term "Shred
the "_
9. Superior of an abbey
14. R__y: prayer beads
15. Unaccompanied & apart
16. and Diu, Indian
17. Norway's capital
18. Notice of someone's death
19. High above
20. 2012 London Games
23. Optic covering
24. Mrs. Nixon
25. Turkish little of respect
26. Eyelid hair
31. Degraded
35. Saudi peninsula
36. Small fry

1. Negative cheers
2. One periodical
3. Mild and pleasant
4. Cheatgrass or downy
5. Rejoiced
6. Person of no influence
7. Plant source for indigo
8. Key in again
9. C. .,- 1] i i r, device
10. Indonesian jewelry island
11. Big man on campus
12. Stumblebums
13. Explosive
21. Dresden River
22. Mexican Indian
27. Emit coherent radiation
28. Arab overgarments
29. VI or six
30. Thou sinned

37. Back talk
38. Disposed to inflict pain
41. Put in advance
43. Landed properties
45. Zedong
46. Shellac resin
47. Awaken from sleep
51. Naval signalling system
56. Ancient Semitic gods
57. Fleur-de-lys
58. Stomach of an animal
59. Separates seating areas
60. 100 = I Samoan tala
61. FanIe edwo, yam
62. Jubilant delights
63. Extinct ratite birds
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31. French abbot
32. Prevents entry
33. Be next to
34. Stalk of a moss capsule
39. Books of maps
40. Jump upward or forward
41. Can't move
42. Covers a building
44. Division into factions
45. Boat area
48. 1Lesiofn
49. Bonitos genus
50. Good gosh!
51. Cruise
52. State of comfort
53. Young woman (French)
54. 100-year-old-cookie
55. Exchange
56. Shopping receptacle


ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20
Aries, avoid taking on more than you can
handle at work and home this week. When
tackling tasks, don't be afraid to ask for
and accept help.

TAURUS Apr 21/May 21
Family and romantic endeavors may have
been put aside while work issues have
been at the forefront, Taurus. It is time to
shift priorities.

GEMINI May 22/Jun 21
Gemini, there's not much you can do to
change the course of this week's events.
You might want to consider swimming
with the current instead of against it.

CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22
Cancer, over-analyzing your workload is
not going to make it disappear any faster.
Therefore, simply take your assignments
at face value and just get started.

LEO -Jul 23/Aug 23
New experiences can be scary at first, but
many times you will find that they arp
opportunities to learn and grow, Leo. Take
full advantage of all opportunities this

VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22
Virgo, although it seems like you have
most of your financial woes worked out,
now is not the time to get too cocky with
spending. Being conservative is the way
to go.

LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23
Libra, career developments have you
riding high and you're anxious to
share your news with the world. This
enthusiasm can be a good catalyst for
change with others.

for the first week of

SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22
Scorpio, success may not come easy with
a project you're working on. But rest easy
and take solace knowing you have tried
things outside of your comfort zone.

Sagittarius, avoid confrontations at all
costs, as this week you will not come out
victorious. Keep a low profile and don't
ruffle any feathers.

CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20
Capricorn, if you think about things too
long, there's a good chance you won't
act at all. Instead, consider your options
quickly and then get going on your

AQUARIUS -Jan 21/Feb 18
Quality time spent at home or with the
family has buoyed your spirits, Aquarius.
The next step on your relaxation journey
is to book a vacation to a warm area of the

PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20
Don't underestimate your ability to
garner quite a following, Pisces. There are
many people just waiting to hear what
you have to say next.

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