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News-Herald

S"fTree Capital of the South i


January 11-12, 2008


SRWMD issues


mandatory water


restrictions here

The Suwannee River Water Management District governing board
issued the agency's first-ever Phase II Water Shortage Order Tuesday, -
including mandatory water-use restrictions, that will become effective
districtwide April 7.
The order outlines restrictions for all water-use categories: residential,
commercial, industrial and agricultural.
Between now and April 7, district staff are expected to meet with city
and county officials to coordinate implementation and enforcement
guidelines. They also will meet with commercial and industrial interests to
explain the order and to solicit input.
When asked Thursday, City of Perry and Taylor County officials said
they have not yet been contacted by the district about the order.
According to SRWMD officials, the unprecedented action was taken in
response to extremely low groundwater levels experienced throughout the
15-county region during the current drought, coupled with predictions that
the drought will intensify 'over the next several months.
"Even before the mandatory restrictions go into effect, we urge all
citizens to continue to voluntarily conserve water," said David Still,
district deputy executive director.
The district is suffering its eighth-driest 24-month period since 1932,
with a rainfall deficit of.28.7 inches.
Forty-nine wells set new December lows and 17 wells set new historic
lows. Twenty-three emergency permits for dry wells were' issued in
December, for a total of 157 issued between April 1 arid Dec. 31.
According to SRWMD numbers, observed wells in Taylor County have
reported new record monthly lows in five of the past six months (when
compared to the available data from 1978 to 2006).
The Econfina River near Perry as well as the Aucilla River at Lamont
remain dry.
Although recent heavy rains in Georgia have led to slight increases in
sonoel:ocal river levels, the Suwannee at Branford is still below the 10th
percentile, and the Santa Fe River near Fort White is about an inch below
its former historic low.
The SRWMD board approved the Phase II Water Shortage Order during
a public hearing Tuesday.
The order's restrictions include those on agricultural uses such as
* irrigation including prohibitions against the use of overhead irrigation
systems during certain daytime hours as well as soil flooding for pest
control or soil preservation.
Washing or cleaning streets, driveways and sidewalks will also be
prohibited except to meet safety or health standards.
S "'Please seeGpage 3


The well-worn path leading from Dundee Street, and through a small wooded area, spoke volumes of the foot traffic to and
from an abandoned home that Perry Police Department officials had labeled a "haven for all sorts of illegal activities." The path
now leads only to a pile of rubble, after the City of Perry demolished the structure which had been declared a public nuisance.




Crack house snuffed out


An abandoned home, that had
.become a haven for illegal drug
activity of all types was
demolished Wednesday by the City
of Perry.
The property was declared a
public nuisance 'in November
2006; after owners failed to meet a
Jan. 31, 2007j deadlinetoc leanrup
the property, e city plrstie-t a
court order to tear down the
building.
That order was handed down in
late fall and the city started 2008
by scheduling the demolition.


"The Perry City Council is
committed to our 'no tolerance'
policy against public nuisances
that harbor illegal drug activity.
This type of activity is riot
consistent with the values of most
of'our citizens; therefore, we are
working diligently to eradicate the
'problenm-Done-,at a time," Mayor
Perry Police-Department Chief'
Verin Clark said the property,
located on Dundee Street, "was an
eyesore and had become a haven
for all sorts of illegal activities. In


addition, there were numerous
health concerns tied to the
abandoned building. The
neighbors were very glad to have
the area cleaned up."
A lien will be placed on the
property to recover the funds spent
by the city for the demolition and
City Manager Bob Brown puts that-
figure---'betweei'-$5,0000and
$6,000."
The city sold the tin off the roof
and received $50.40 in lieu of
paying for landfill and travel
expenses.


Since the city began its clean-up
campaign, five abandoned
buildings have been demolished by
their owners.
"We also have one property that
the owner is in the process of
donating to the city; one where the
"*- Please-see page 3


City residents decide



when they go to polls


When voters go the polls Jan. 29
for the presidential primary, city
residents will .face a proposed
amendment to the charter which
would allow municipal elections to
coincide with other state and
county dates.
"The amendment moves the city
election from being by itself in
July to being at the same time of
the year elections are regularly
held. All the elections would be on
the ballot together," City Manager
Bob Brown said.


"This does, not change any
district or anything like that. What
it will do is save city taxpayers
money that they won't have to
spend on stand-alone elections.
Hopefully, it will be more
convenient for voters and'
encourage greater voter
participation," he said.
The outcome of the charter
amendment will impact planned
city elections for this year with
three council member seats up for
re-election: Sylvester Harris,


district 1; Alphonso Dowdell,
district 2; and Emily Ketring,
district 3.
If the amendment is approved,
city elections will be held on the
same timeline as the primary and
general election of the fall.
If the amendment fails, the
election calendar will remain the
same.
Any candidate for a city seat
needs to contact Brown for
qualifying information and
deadlines.


-Parker announces bid for circuit judge


Attorney Greg Parker this week
announced his candidacy for
Circuit Court Judge in the Third
Judicial Circuit, Group 4. This
seat is currently held by retiring
Judge John W. Peach.
-Parker, a Perry resident and
attorney for almost 25 years, is
currently serving his third term as
the elected representative of the
attorneys in the Third Circuit on
the Board of Governors of the
Florida Bar. He also was
previously elected twice as
president of the Third Circuit Bar
Association.
Parker is a graduate of Taylor
County High School, the
University of Florida, and Florida
State University College of Law
with honors. He was the managing
editor of The Florida State Journal
of Land Use and Environmental
Law in law school.


Queen of Bluegrass p. B-2


Throughout his many years as an
attorney, his general legal practice,
"has enabled him to assist clients
throughout the Third Judicial
Circuit, which encompasses
Columbia, Suwannee, Taylor,
Madison, Dixie, Lafayette and
Hamilton counties. His experience
has included consumer claims,
probate and estate planning, real
estate, contracts and commercial
litigation, family law, mediation
and criminal law."
Parker has also appeared before
the Florida Supreme Court on
behalf of the Florida Bar,
successfully urging improvements
to the disciplinary rules.
"For almost 25 years I have been
representing citizens throughout
North Florida before the judges of
the Third Circuit," Parker said. "As
I look back, I feel blessed to have
had so many valuable experiences


Perry News-Herald
Two sections l119th Year, No. 2
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helping individuals, families and
small businesses with such a wide
variety of legal matters.
"Most of all, I have realized that
when people ate involved in the
legal system, they want a judge
who is knowledgeable of the law
and fair to all sides. I promise the
people of the Third Circuit that I
will always be fair, impartial and
that I will be courteous and
attentive to their problems and
concerns. As a judge, I intend to
work as hard as I have in my
practice to ensure that I am always
prepared and that justice is never
unreasonably delayed for any
citizen.
"I am very proud that the
attorneys in this circuit have shown
their respect for my judgment and
their confidence in my abilities on
five different occasions by
electing me to Bar Association


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responsibilities," he said. "I will
work hard to continue to earn the
respect and confidence of all the
people who reside in the seven
counties in this circuit.
"In addition to Taylor County,
my family and personal heritage
includes many of the other
counties of our circuit. My mother
hails from Madison County. My
fath e('i''was born in Lafayette
C9Jy and graduated from Dixie
County High. My family spends a
great deal of time at our Santa Fe
River home in Columbia County
and my first experience before a
jury was in the beautiful Suwannee
County Courthouse. I am very
proud to be a Third Circuit
attorney."
Parker is married to the former
Pamela Rigoni and they have two
children' attending the University
of Florida, Chelsea Parker and Ben


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Tuten. He was a U.S. Naval officer
and was ranked in the top one
,* Please see page 3


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Cory Ronald Kelm



New


arrival


2008

Winning the 2008 New
Year's Baby race is Tara Kelm,
who gave birth to son Cory
Ronald Kelm Friday, Jan. 4, at
3:04 p.m.
Arriving at just five pounds,
15 ounces, Cory was
welcomed by big sisters Hailey
Smith, 4, and Anna Lowe, 2.
"They love having a baby
brother," mom Tara reported.
Originally due Jan. 11,
doctors induced labor because
"I was a little worried about
making' it to Tallahassee on
time. My last bdby came fast--
she was born just eight minutes
after I arrived at the hospital,"
Tara said.
Cory was born at Capital
Regional Medical Center and
was 18 inches long.


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January 11-12, 2008


,DHid you know...
Taylor County was created in 1856 and named for Zachary Taylor, Mexican War hero and president of the United States; he
'had also fought in Florida's Seminole War. The original, temporary county seat selected by the legislature was the "house of
.David Bryant." In 1857 the board of county commissioners purchased 40 acres from the state, at a cost of $75, for the
,purposes of a county seat. "A courthouse of rough logs" was erected and the new town was named Rose Head. It did not prosper
at~first, as only one house was recorded in 1860. In 1879 the town was renamed Perrytown in honor of Governor Madison
I,:Starke Perry, and later shortened to, Perry. The historic Taylor County Courthouse was completed in 1907 at a cost of
$54,000. It was in use until 1969.


to the library's TCHS yearbook collection

The library is working to The collection is missing the 1974, 1975, 1976, 1979, 1983, If you have a yearbook you
complete its collection of Taylor following years: 1943, 1945, 1949, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, would like to donate, please
'County High School yearbooks 1951, 1952, 1954, 1959, 1962, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, contact the library by calling 838-
,andneedsyourhelp. 1968, 1970, 1971, 1972. 1973, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2006 and 2007. 3512.


ffnjWu'ak any money,-
ii the government shoves you
Sin the creek once a year
with it in your pockets,
i and all that don't get wet
i you can keep.
S--Will Rogers

STaxes, after all, are dues
that we pay for the
privileges of membership in
:an organized society.
S --Franklin D. Roosevelt
I. 'J
i The:taxpayer--that's
.someone who works for the
federal government but
doesn't have to take
: the civil service
examination.
--Ronald Reagan


America is a land of
taxation that was founded
to avoid taxation.
--Laurence J. Peter

Taxation with
representation ain't
so hot either.
--Gerald Barzan

I'm proud to pay taxes in
the United States; the only
thing is, I could be just as
proud for half the money.
--Arthur Godfrey

Why does a slight tax
increase cost you $200
and a substantial tax cut
save you 30 cents?
--Peg Bracken


When there's a single thief,
it's robbery. When there are
a thousand thieves, it's
taxation.
--Vanya Cohen

We must care for each
other more, and tax each
other less.
--Bill Archer

Be wary of strong drink.
It can make you shoot
at tax collectors...
and miss.
--Robert Heinlein


up that pencil, and stab
yourself in the aorta.
--Dave Barry

Man is not like other
animals in the ways that
are really significant:
animals have instincts,
we have taxes.
--Erving Goffman

I am thankful for the taxes
I pay because it means that
I'm employed.
--Nancie J. Carmody


Next to being shot at and
It's income tax time again, missed, nothing is really
Americans: time to gather quite as satisfying as an
up those receipts, get out income tax refund.
those tax forms, sharpen --F.J. Raymond


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Is"Pfrr ,January 11-1
S'News-Berald


P.O. Box 888
Perry, Florida


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Publisher

DEBBIE CARLTON
Business Manager

ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI
Staff Writer/Advertising Sales

MARK VIOLA
Staff Writer


2, 2008


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er year or $49.00 out of county. Periodicals postage paid at Perry Florida 32348.
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i reservesthedight to refuse publication of letters which are libelous or irresponsible.
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,' be signed by the writer and accompanied by a phone number for verification.
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Memberferry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.


Historical find
Hugh Rountree has gathered an impressive collection of historical photos and has generously shared his findings with Perry
Newspapers, Inc. Several of the photos will be shared with our readers in the coming weeks; the photos are also available ool
CD at the Taylor County Public Library. Above is a photo of the Averitt family in front of the service station in Salem. Showti
left to right are: Johnnie, Nettie, Mary Alice and Hettie.


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service
Editor's Note: Enjoy a nostaligic visit to downtown Perry with this recolle tioe'
from the late Sam Register. --
Except for changes in occupancy, little hais'
changed in "down-town" Perry since I was a boy. :-:
We do have a "new" courthouse in lieu of the one.I
grew up with. And, there is a vacant space on thi,,
block on the east side on the courthouse. At differentP-;
times, the building there housed Jenkins Furnituwre,:;
Store and Jackson's Furniture Store. I think theoj.
building there burned. Doubtless there were other:o'
occupants from time to time, but I don't remember
any others.
One of my fondest memories concerns the thrt;&'.
drug stores around the courthouse blo.c:-"
Bloodworth's, operated as a Sundry store by the s05 ,
of the founder, at the corner of South Jefferson aid'."
East Green Streets; O'Quinn's, at the corner of North;,
Jefferson and East Main Streets; and Culpepper,-
Lee's, about half way between the others, and facing:
the courthouse, on North Jefferson Street. :::
At various times, I worked at all three drug stores I::"
all of which had soda fountains which dispensed "
"soft drinks" (hand mixed), snacks, et&.-
"Bloodworth's" still does. Mostly, however, I workledll
for Culpepper-Lee, being hired when about in thd
10th grade to "jerk soda" after school until 7 p.m. o0."
school nights and all day 'till midnight on Saturda'y,3
at which time the fountain was closed and we spent,,
another hour or two washing it down and cleani4t
up. The three drug stores were open for business 1
a rotating basis on Sundays. -i
The reason for such hours was that business a,14
social life in and around Perry revolved around&
"downtown Perry." On Saturdays, practically
everyone came to town to shop, visit, attend th
movies, socialize, etc. They came early and stayed'^
late. And the other merchants, including Fuzzy's-'
Barber Shop, kept like hours except most did close
on Sunday, other than the drug stores, as heretofore
mentioned, and Harry Mantzanas' El Dorado Cafe,
which never closed.
Drive-through windows were unknown back then,
but the drug stores offered "curb service." People-
"sutially ladies, would driVe jout front, cut the ignition
on-their hand-cranked "Model T's," honk their horns .
and someone from the drug store (usually the "soda. 1
skeet") would come out to take the orders, wh
ranged all the way from a free glass of water and i
a two-cent postage stamp, to a five-cent drink or
something out of the drug department. The custonrri-
having been. served, the "soda jerker" was. agafieJ
summoned by a honk of the car horn, to crank th.e
car by a few turns of the hand-operated crank:.,..::,
Mishaps sometimes occurred as the result -g.
"baclkfires," sometimes having serious consequences
such as.broken arms and other injuries. But, I donriTo-
know -of any such occurrence where the vehicti
owner thought to be liable for the injury, and few.:if'"
any, ever volunteered to help pay the doctor's bills 6f3
for any other expenses or inconvenience resultlihg7
therefrom.
I will always hJave a special place in my heart for'
Mr. Loys Culpepper, co-owner of the drug store, w6io
came out front one day while I was trying to crank-a
lady's car. He tapped me on the shoulder andc,;
motioned me inside where he rather severei
"ordered" me not to ever let him catch me doing tin4t5
again, relating how he once had an arm broken whil.
attempting the same thing.


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forum

TIylor hosts regional
i~/dance competition
ho-:r Nature Coast Classic Regional
ferfioionships will be held Saturday,
Jan. 12, at the Taylor County High
School Gymnatorium with cheerleaders
and dancers from across North Florida
competing.
The doors will open at 10 a.m. and
competitions will begin at 12.
Admission is $7 at the gate.
For more information, visit
www.taylorelitecheerleading.com.

Chili cook-off Saturday at
Evangel Christian
Got a great chili recipe? Like to eat
chili?. Plan to be at Evangel Christian
Fellowship on Saturday, Jan. 12, when
its Relay for Life Team is staging a chili
cook-~ff to set the stage for good
competition and "good eating."
For a $10 entry fee per pot of chili, you
can compete for first, second or third
places, and also for the designation of
"Crowd's Favorite."
Organizers request that you drop off
your Chili before 10:30 a.m. at the church
which is located at 1454 Courtney
Road.
SJidfging begins at 10:30 and the event
Opens to the public at 11 a.m. Bowls of
.dtili, desserts and drinks will be for sale,
.'with:~rize winners announced by 12:30
All proceeds from this event go to the
:.-American Cancer Society.
I r more information, you may
,contact Erin Wilcox at 850-672-1336
;,i(and leave a message).


liMcken dinner fundraiser
im Mits JROTC
J The Taylor County JROTC will be
having a chicken dinner this Saturday,
Janr 12, at Aaron's parking lot.
j Serving will start at 9 a.m and will
continue until 3 p.m.
j The dinners will consist of one chicken
ileg quarter, breast and wing, two side
items and dessert. Dinners are $5 (dark
Irmeat) and $6 (white meat).
"We hope you will come and support
,,us. The JROTC cadets will also be able
rit ake deliveries to places of business,
dirrp.e-orders only," organizers said.

18iUism Development Board
-ngapplicants
SThe. Taylor. County Tourism
,Development Board is seeking
-applicants for vacant positions.
The seats currently available are for a
.,motel owner and tourism at-large.
Those interested in submitting their
:names for consideration, are asked .to
:.contact the Perry/Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce office at 850-
584-5366.


PARKER
Continued from page 1
percent of surface warfare officers
of his rank in the Navy. He was
named the top bridge officer
onboard the aircraft carrier USS
Forrestal during intense NATO
operations in the Mediterranean.
Parker is an active member of
First United Methodist Church of
Perry, where he has served in


various leadership roles including
chair of the church council and
youth Sunday school teacher.
Parker's past civic activities
have included service as chair of
the Florida Forest Festival,
director and legal counsel of the
Taylor County. Chamber of
Commerce, president of the Rotary
Club of Perry and charter board
member of the Boys and Girls
Club of Perry.


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To 're-seed' neighborhoods


City to sell property


CRACK HOUSE
Continued from page 1


rehab is completed; five
rehab is underway and
buildings pending
demolition," Brown said.


Santa on the go
Santa Claus was spotted at Buckeye Community Federal Credit Union around the Christmas
holiday. Several children had their picture taken with Santa and parents are reminded that
those pictures are ready to be picked up in the main lobby at BCFCU. Santa's helpers were
members of the accounting department: (I to r) Sondra Shaw, Tonya Jackson, Ashley Snipes.
and Donna Thornton. Danny Lastinger donned the traditional red Santa Claus suit.


Guest speaker highlights



'What matters most'


Dr. Ira Byock, a nationally-
. acclaimed author and the physician
credited with bringing palliative
and hospice care into mainstream
medicine, will present at a seminar
on Monday, Jan. 28, at 7 p.m. at
the Tallahassee Community
College Center for Economic &
Workforce Development.
The seminar, which is free and
open to the public, is sponsored by
Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare,
Big Bend Hospice and Aging with
Dignity.
'During his presentation, Byock
will discuss how to heal broken
relationships by focusing on four
things that matter most: "Please
fo.rgiye .I forgive you, .T hak
you. I love you." He will also
recollect on his decades of
experience in working with
patients and their families facing
the end of life. Following the
presentation, Byock will be
available for a book signing.
In addition to the Monday
evening seminar, Byock will also
present an end-of-life care lecture
on Sunday, Jan. 27, at the FSU
College of Medicine at 6 p.m..
This event is intended for health
care professionals and medical
students but is open to the public.


In addition, Byock will present at
other professional education
conferences to physicians and
colleagues of Tallahassee
Memorial HealthCare.
Moving beyond the medical
aspect of care, Byock is working to
change the way that end-of-life
care is approached by improving
the quality of life for people facing
serious, complex illness versus
treating their direct ailment or
illness.
He shifts the attention to matters
of the heart, helping patients and
their families deal with important
emotional and spiritual issues that
are relevant even before the end of
"I have learned from my patients
and their families a surprising truth
about dying: that this stage of life
holds remarkable possibilities,"
said Byock. "Despite the arduous
nature of the experience, when
people are relatively comfortable
and know that they are not going to
be abandoned, they frequently find
ways to strengthen bonds with
people they love and to create
profound meaning in their final
passage."
Byock is the author of two
books, "Dying Well" and "The


Four Things That Matter Most."
Both books focus on his decades of
experience in working with
families facing the end of life and
how to make it as meaningful and
precious as the beginning.
Byock is a past president of the
American Academy of Hospice
and Palliative Medicine and was
director of the Robert Wood
Johnson Foundation's national
grant program, promoting
excellence in End-of-Life Care.
Currently, he is chair of palliative
medicine at Dartmouth Medical
School in Lebanon, N.H.


where
seven
city


"What the city hopes to do is
take whatever properties are
received under this campaign and
use them to 're-seed' the
neighborhoods by offering them
for sale below market value for
someone to build housing on."


Taylor County Monthly

Groundwater Levels for 2007

-* Maximum 1978-2006
-* Average Since 1978
-* Minimum 1978-2006

-*--*--* 2007 Observed Levels
45



40



35


30



25
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

Groundwater levels have reached historic lows.


Park fountain impacted

by new water mandates?


WATER RESTRICTIONS
Continued from page 1
Also on the list of prohibitions
are indoor and outdoor "aesthetic"
water uses.
The only public water fountain


in the county is the one at Veterans
Memorial Park.
A copy of the Phase II Water
Shortage Order, as well as
water conservation and
landscaping tips, are available at
www.mysuwanneeriver.com.


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Living


Philmon-Hart vows

planned for March
Wayne and Penny Philmon of Steinhatchee announce
the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Elizabeth, to
Travis Lee Hart, the son of John L. and Mona Hart of
Mayo.
The bride-to-be is a 2002 graduate of Dixie County
High School, currently enrolled at the Registered Nursing
pr ram at North Florida Community College.
Her maternal grandparents are Ann Levingston and the
latq D.L. Levingston, and her maternal great grandmother
is the late Lindle Webb. Her paternal grandparents are
Glenn and Willene Philmon.
The prospective groom graduated from Lafayette
County High School in 2002, and then from Florida State
University in 2005 with a Bachelor's degree in political
science. He is employed with the office of Congressman
Allen Boyd.
His paternal grandparents are the late John L. "Buck"
Hart Sr. and Dorothy Hart.
A March 15, 2008, wedding is planned at 5 p.m. in
Mayo City Park with a reception following at the Hart
residence. All friends and family members are invited. Ashley Elizabeth Philmon, Travis Lee Hart

1930s, 1940s TCHS students sought


In preparation for the "Greatest
Generation" Reunion of Taylor
County High School (TCHS)
classes scheduled for June, 2008,
organizers are seeking names and
addresses of members of the
graduating classes of 1930 through
1939, and 1941.
"It is not necessary that the


individuals be TCHS graduates. If
they were in those classes at any
time they are invited to the
reunion," said Marilyn NeSmith
Jackson who is overall coordinator
of the reunion.
Polly Knowles Perkins is
compiling information for
graduates through the 30s and for


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1941. If you were in one of those
classes, or if you know someone
who was in one of those classes,
please contact Perkins. Her
telephone number is 584-2784.
Her address is 927 North'Jefferson
Street, Perry 32347. If you cannot
reach her, please contact Ray
Evans at 838-2003.


A-4 Perry News-Herald January 11-12,2008


Universiy of Florida

Master Gardener
Program


They're saving a seat for you; are you interested?


Thirteen people have signed up
to take the Master Gardener
course, a 50-hour horticultural
training program offered by the
University of Florida Cooperative
Extension Service.
However, two more (or 10 more)
would be welcome.
A $.1.0 fee is required ard due
by Tuesday, Jan. 15, for the
purchase' of books and course
material. The class size limit is 25.
The program last 10 weeks, with
classes meeting on Tuesdays from'
10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Clay Olson,
assisted by University of' Florida
professors, will teach the classes.
Graduates are expected to
donate :50 hours, of voluntec:
service to the Taylor CoLtnt5
Extension Office, with
opportunities ranging from


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Garden Club learns about 'gardening maintenance'


The regular meeting of the Perry Garden Club will
be held Wednesday, Jan. 16, with refreshments served
at 9:45 a.m.
Guest speaker for the January meeting will be Joan


Hendricks presenting a program on "gardening
maintenance." Mrs. Hendricks is a Master Gardener.
The horticulture tip will be given by Pat Head. All
members. are urged to attend.


Red Hat Society dues must be paid by January 15
Members of Chapter 2207 of the Red Hat Society, of Perry and mail to Debi Limoges at 104 Cashmore
the Roseheads of Perry, are reminded that dues of $10 St., 32348. ,
fo4r2008 are due to the Secretary/Treasirer by Plans, fQ r january luncheon/meeting are being
Tuesday, Jan. 15. finalized; invitations will be distributed through the
Please make your check payable to the Roseheads mail.

Crafts due on Monday; PWC meets on Wednesday
Goodman's Barbecue will cater the luncheon the Club House on Monday, Jan. 14, between the hours
meeting for the Perry Woman's Club on Wednesday, of 4 and 6 p.m.
Jan. 16, with members' arts and ctaftfitsplayed. January hostesses iielude Barbara Burns, Dot
President Doris Galindo-Lepoma encourages Burns, Mary Dees, Debra McGrew and Jamie
everyone with arts and crafts entries to deliver them to Sheffield.

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December birthday
Ava Elizabeth Turner, the daughter
of Silas and Angie Turner, celebrated
her first birthday on Dec. 6. She is the
granddaughter of Leon and Dolores
Flowers; and the late Rev. Luther and
Ethel Turner. Celebrating with her
with brothers, Chris and Jeremy.
mAnn ifoc1cjes'
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over 1he ph'lne to assisting in field
research or soil sample
evaluation..
"The Master Gardener program
will teaih nou a tremendous
auantl about horticulture and
.ardenin1 in our area, but it does
require dedicated individuals who


are willing to make the
commitment and share this
knowledge with others," said
Olson.
Interested persons should
contact the Extension Service now
(838-3508) and ask for Kristy..
Classes are scheduled to begin
March 4 and will conclude May 6.


On Jan. 26

Gant, Copeland to wed

TlhcrcV.1i Gan-' and Randolph Copeland, both of Perry, will be married on
Saiuclav. Jan. 26. 2008, in New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church.
Th c ercilm'ly begins at 5 p.m.
il-friicnds and relatives of the couple are cordially invited to attend. A
reception will follow at Jerkins Community.Center.


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INDOORS

BATHROOM
* Repair leaks and drips in toilets and faucets.
, Put food coloring in your toilet tank. If it seeps
into the bowl, you have a leak. Fixing it can
save hundreds of gallons a month.
Turn off water while you brush your teeth or
shave. You'll save 4 gallons a minute.
* Install low-volume toilets.
SDon't use your toilet for a wastebasket.
a Limit showers to five minutes, saving up to
1000 gallons a month.


* Install low-flow showerheads, and save
hundreds of gallons a week.
KITCHEN
* Run the dishwasher only when you have a
full load. (Same goes for washing machines for
laundry.)
04 When washing dishes by hand, don't leave
water running. Instead, fill one dishpan with
soapy water for washing and another pan with
clean water for rinsing.
4 When'you're thirsty, don't let tap run until
water gets cool. Instead, keep a bottle of
drinking water in the refrigerator.
GENERAL TIPS
4 heckk your water meter and bill to track your
water usage.
4 Comply with any water restrictions that your
city, county, or water management district has
imposed.


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CAR WASHING, GENERAL CLEANING
- .. ..ash your car on the grass. This will water the lawn at the same
time, and prevent wasteful runoff.


4 Equip your hose with an automatic shutoff nozzle.
4 Using a broom not a hose, to clean your driveway, sidewalk
or deck could save dozens of gallons of water every time.

LAWN AND GARDEN


W. ATERING
6 Water before 10 a.mn. and after 4 p.m. to reduce water
evaporation.
' Water your lawn in several short sessions rather than one long
S one. This will allow the water to be better absorbed.
4 Only water your lawn when needed. You can tell this by simply
Stalking across your lawn. If you leave footprints, it's time to

4 Use sprinklers with automatic timers preferably equipped with
rain sensors set for early morning or late evening hours.
Use drip irrigation systems for trees, flowers and shrubs.
4 When watering by hand, use hose equipped with automatic
shutoff nozzle. .
41 Adjust sprinklers so you water only the lawn not the streets or
.idewalks. "


PLANTING
Group your plants according to their water needs.
Use drought-resistant or native plants and grass.
Mulch around plants to hold in moisture, promote plant growth,
and reduce weeds.
Weed your lawn and garden regularly. Weeds compete with other
plants for water.
Prune back heavy foliage. Reducing leaf area reduces water
needs.
Replace some of the grass in your yard with ground cover,
shrub or landscaping rock.
Adjust the height of lawnmower blade so that you never
remove more than 1/3 of the leaf blade. Shorter grass MA
requires more water.
MMoW your lawn less often. Mowing "stresses" your lawn,
causing it to need more water.


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News-Herald January 1


Danny Glover, an assistant on the
varsity squad last year, will head
up the junior varsity squad.
The renovated Pace Field
features a new brick backstop, a
reconditioned field plus a major
renovation of the locker room.
The renovated field will be
dedicated during the annual Orange
and Blue intra-squad game on Feb.
1 beginning at 6 p.m. '


Cheering, dance teams

compete here Saturday
The Nature Coast Classic The doors will open at 10 a.m.
RegionalJ Championships for with competition slated to get
che rleadig and dance teams will underway at 12 noon.
be hld t. ,turday at the Taylor
Co uty HFi Gymnatorium. Admission is $7 per person and
Teamsrom Perry and across tickets are available at the gate.
North iArida are expected to For more information, log on to
compete.. www.taylorelitecheerleading.com.


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TCHS boys baseball

tryouts are next week


Bulldogs are pounded

by Tallahassee-Godby


The Taylor County High boys
basketball team fell to Tallahassee
powerhouse Godby on Saturday by
a 63-38 margin.
Greg Flowers and Reggie King
led the Bulldogs with 9 points
each followed by Greg Snead with
8, Matt Burrell with 7, Curtis


Jones and Lavaski Williams with
two points each and Peter Miller
with one point.
Taylor County was slated to
travel to Jefferson County on
Saturday night before hosting:
district foe Florida High on
Tuesday.


Date Opponent Site Team Time
Oct. 23 Pre-Season Tourney Home V 7:00
Oct. 25 Pre-Season Tourney Home V 7:00
Oct. 29 Leon Away V 7:00
Oct. 30 Wakulla Away JVN 5/7:00
Nov. 1 JPII Away V 5:00
Nov. 5 Leon Away JV 7:00
Nov. 6 Wakulla Home JVN 5/7:00
Nov. 9-10 Chiles Tourney Away TBA
Nov. 13 FSU Away JVN 5/7:00
Nov. 15 Hamilton Away JV/V 5/7:00
Nov. 16 RickardsPerry JVN 57:00
Nov. 20 Madison Perry JVN 5/7:00
Nov. 27 JPII Perry V 6:00
Nov. 27 Mayo Away JV 5:00
Nov. 29 Godby Away V 5:00
Nov. 30 Live Oak Home JVN 5/7:00
Dec. 3 Lincoln Home JVN 5/7:00
Dec. 6 Madison Away JVN 5/7:00
Dec. 7 FSU Home JVN 5/7:00
Dec. 10 Live Oak Away JVN 5/7:00
Dec. 11 Hamilton Home JVN 5/7:00
Dec. 13 Mayo Home JV 5:00
Jan. 9 Leon Home V 7:00
Jan. 10 Godby Home V 7:00
Jan. 11 Rickards Away JVN 5/7:00
Jan. 15 Districts Away 5 OR 7
Jan. 17 Districts Away 6:30


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No Fishing License Required For Customers
(850) 584-9145
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19 from 5:30 p.m. until 7 p.m.
*T-ball.tryouts for 5 and 6-year-
olds will be Feb. 20 and 21 from'
5:30 p.m. until 7 p.m.
*Girls softball tryouts for 9-12-
year-olds will be Feb. 20 and 21
from 5:30 p.m. until 7 p.m.
All tryouts will be held at
Catharin Norman Park. For more
information, contact the recreation
department at 584-7161.


Coaches' -meeting Feb.


A coaches meeting for the
upcoming City of Perry youth
baseball league will be held Feb.
7.


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All coaches for baseball and
softball teams are asked to attend.
The meeting will be held at 6
p.m. in the city council chambers.


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* Bait, Tackle, Ice
* Beer, Soft Drinks


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Boat Lift
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"We Have Everything You Need!".


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According to 2006 figures


Florida still tops for fishing


By: Bob Wattendorf
W Florida Fish
S & Wildlife Conservation Commission
Florida cannot be beat as the
: No. 1 place to cast a line, pitch a
lure or lInd a lunker. No tall
fisher's tae here this title has
been earne$, according to a survey
by the GU;.-Census Bureau.
SEvery i; years the Census
Burau conducts the "National
Survey ofFishing, Hunting and
Wildlife- sociated Recreation."
This sury'y is the gold standard
for comparing outdoor recreational
activities;[.tween the states. Once
again it' 'es that Florida is the
number-,i fishing destination,
according tothe 2006 results.
S The facts:tell where anglers go
for the best fishing opportunities.
Florida provided 46.3 million days
of recreational fishing in 2006
versus 41.1 million days in Texas,
the second-highest state. Of
fishing days spent in Florida, 4.8
million days were by tourists
(nonresidents), while Wisconsin,
the second-highest state for tourist
days, provided 3.8 million days. In
terms of nonresident anglers,
Florida is also number one with
885,000, versus No. 2 North
Carolina with less than half that at
395,000.
But the story does not end there.
Overall Florida again ranked first
in number of fishing participants
age 16 and older with 2.77
million.' Runner-up Texas had


2.53 million participants.
However, in 2001 Florida had
3.10 million anglers, so there has
been a decline of approximately 11
percent over five years, according
to these estimates.
If you look at the decline as a
percentage of the population,
which has been rapidly increasing,
the percent decline is a little more
dramatic. In 2001, national rates
were 16 percent, and in Florida 17
percent of the population fished.
Those rates dropped to 13 percent
nationally and to 14 percent in the
Sunshine State in 2006. On the
positive side, the number of
'fishing days per angler has
increased nationally, with the
average angler fishing 17 days out
of the year in 2006.
Anglers in Florida spent $4.4
billion in 2006, allowing Florida
to claim another No. 1 spot as the
place where anglers spend the
most money. The Lone Star
State was second-best with $4.3
billion spent on fishing.
Recreational; fishing dollars helped
to support 75,068 jobs in Florida,
again making it No. 1, with Texas
trailing behind with 58,938 jobs.
This economic trend is great news
for Florida, partially because state
and local taxes from the sale of
fishing-related goods and services
generated $441 million for general
funds.
In spite of thq national


estimates of fishing participation
for all U.S. anglers (does not
include foreign anglers) over 16
years of age decreasing, actual
fishing license sales for both
freshwater and saltwater have
increased in Florida. From 2001-
02, with -1,070,577 licenses sold
to 2006-07. with 1,188,092, there
was an increase of 11 percent in
*sales of saltwater licenses.
Freshwater license sales increased,
from 587,413 sold in 2001-02 to
630,078 in 2006-07, showing an
increase of 7 percent. Although
not enough to keep pace with the
"population increase, it is certainly
better than competing states.
In calendar year 2006. the
National Survey estimated 2.77
million anglers fished in Florida,
and during fiscal year 2006-07
(July 1 to June 30), 1.55 million
fishing licenses were sold. This
discrepancy is partially the result
of seniors (age 65 and older),
resident saltwater shoreline anglers
and several other groups, including
those fishing from licensed
saltwater piers or charter boats,
being exempt from licensing.
Additional information and
relevant links are also posted on
our Frequently Answered
Questions page a.t
MyFWC.com/fishing/faqs. Click
on "What is the value of Florida's
Fisheries?"


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Tryouts and registration for the
upcoming City of Perry youth
baseball league has been set.
*12-under players will tryout
Feb. 11 and 12 from 5:30 p.m.
until 7 p.m.
*10-under players will tryout
Feb. 11 and 12 from 5:30 p.m.
until 7 p.m. .
*Rookie tryouts for 7 and 8-
year-olds will be held Feb. 18 and


Tryouts for the 2008 Taylor
County f-gh baseball program
will getpunderway next week at the
newly renovated Pace Field
Baseball Complex.
The varsity tryouts will get
underway Tuesday at 3:20 p.m.
The junior varsity tryouts will
start Thursday, also at 3:20 p.m.
Bobby Eason takes over the
,varsity program this season after
serving asayvee coach in 2007.


Perry youth baseball


registration dates set.


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REWARD $1000
On Saturday January 5, 2008 a 6 month old Walker
puppy belonging to Al Jones was shot and killed
on the Goose Pasture Grade. The dog had a
tracking collar, as well as a regular collar. Three
Rivers Hunting Club is offering a reward of $1000
for information leading to the arrest and conviction
of the person or persons involved in this act.
If you have any information, please call
Three Rivers Hunting Club
850-584-9543 or 850-843-0950


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A-5 Perry News-Herald January 11-12, 2008


Winter Bible conference begins today


Three speakers at
Pleasant Grove
Charles Johnson, Garland Jones
i'aji Danny Lundy will be featured
speakers for the Winter Bible
..Conference which begins this
evening at Pleasant Grove Baptist
.Church. Sessions will be held at 7
p.m. on Friday, Saturday and
Sunday, with music provided by
"The Rochesters."
Everyone in the community is
invited to participate.

Precept studies
kick off new year
Three ladies' Precept studies are
slated for the new year, beginning
"with an evening class on Monday,
.:Jan, 21, focusing on II Samuel.
'This Precept Upon Precept course
will be taught by Ena Reed at St.
,John's Community Church at 6:30
p.m. For more information, she
may be contacted at 584-5817.

Welcoming
Sthe new year

By'DyB.D. WILLIAMS
"Old Year Has Passed"
The old year has passed with all
4 sits' experiences. We'are now a part
\ of the new.
Let us look straight ahead as we
;journey on, and do our best to
followw through. The old year has
ijapisssed with all of its experiences.
He-prepare ourselves for the new.
'L9's -look straight ahead as we
';jojuney on, -for it's the proper
-"d itng to do.
"The New Year"
q';iVe proudly welcome the new
year. its hours before us lie, but
hire is no need to cry. How much
uilthere we can do, tasks many for
'm.and you. Please waste not time
S Please see page 8
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The Tuesday morning version of
this study of King David will begin
on Jan. 22 at 9:30 a.m. in the home
of Virginia 'and Bill Maddox on
Glen Ridge Road. A nursery for
pre-school children will be
provided at First Baptist Church.
Melody Greene, who will lead this
study, can be reached at 584-7619
for details.
Suzanne Page will lead the
Wednesday morning Precept 40-
Minute Study on Prayer. This
class, which involves no
homework, begins at 10:30 a.m. on
Jan. 23 and continues until noon
each Wednesday. It will meet at
First Baptist Church. Page can be
reached at 584-2455.

Revival begins Sunday
Revival services begin Sunday
at the First Assembly of God in
Perry featuring Big Mo Ministries.
Pastor David .Stephens invites the
community to attend.
On Sunday, services begin at 6
p.m.; Monday through
Wednesday, Worship gets
underway at 7 p.m.


For additional information,
please contact the church office at
584-7349.

New year greeted by
revival services
The week of Jan. 14-18 is a
week of revival at Christian
Tabernacle with Pastors Chester
and Carolyn Demps urging the
church family and entire
community "to start off the new
year right by getting spiritually
restored, revived and delivered."
Guest evangelist will be Bishop
Johnny .Brice of Detroit,
Mich. Services will begin at 7
p.m. with worship and praise from
the B & C Praise Team of Bethel of
Mt. Sinai Holy Church in Mayo,
and the host church. Persons
needing transportation should call
838-9732 anytime before 6 p.m.
each evening.

New location for
Cornerstone Fellowship
Cornerstone Fellowship Church
is now meeting in the auditorium


Charity Baptist Church
580 E. Hwy. 27, Perry, Fla.
Friday 7:00 PMVJ
Call 223-HOPE or 584-7590 for information or ride

1-room carpet
FREE ~Scotch-Guard
R E E Protection treatment
in appreciation for being able to service
Taylor County for the past 25 years


~ Tile Floors ~ 584-CLEAN
~ Pet Odors ~ (584-2532) Dries in 3-4 hours


of Taylor County Middle School.
with Sunday services at 10:30
a.m., including a separate area for
children'ss church. A nursery is also
-. ovided.
For more information, you
may visit the Web site at
www.yourcornerstonechurch.com.

Autman E.
English
Autman E. English, 74, died
Dec.29, 2007, at his home in
Conyers, Ga.
Born May 7, 1933, he was
the oldest son to the late G.W.
and Blannie (Blanton) English
of Shady Grove. Drafted in
1953, he served in the military
for two years.
He was preceded in death'by
a sister, Myrtle Eubanks, and
two infant siblings.
Survivors include: his wife
of 56 years, Ruby Lee Carroll
English; five children, Janet
Manfield of Houston, Texas,
Wendell, Sandy, Gerald and
Warren English, all of Conyers;
many grandchildren and great
grandchildren; six brothers,
Austin English of Conyers,
Franklin English of Brandon,
Felton English and George
English, both of Tampa, Ander
English and Wayne English,
both of Perry; five'sisters, Essie
Folsom and Mavis Hamm both
of Tampa, Dessie Mae King
of Greenville, Adell Snead of
Zephyrhills and Margie King
Sheffield of Sirmans.
Services were held Thursday,
Jan. 3, at 2 p.m. with interment
at Green Meadows Memorial
Gardens in Conyers.
Scot Ward Harry White
Chapel was in charge. of the
arrangements.


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A-8 Perry News-Herald January 11-12, 2008

On their monthly phone bills


164,000 Floridians receive


discounts through Lifeline


Eligible customers participating
in the Lifeline program in Florida
increased 13 percent in 2007,
according to the Florida Public
Service Commission's (PSC)
Annual Lifeline Report.
The automatic enrollment
process is cited as a major reason
for the largest annual increase
since the program's inception in
1995.
: As of September 2007, 164,626
eligible customers participated in
the Lifeline program providing
telephone service discounts of
$a-62 annually.
(Embarq-Florida .. and AT&T-
Florida experienced the largest


increase in Lifeline participation
among Florida's eligible
telecommunications carriers
during the review period.
In the Lifeline automatic
enrollment process, initiated in
April by the PSC and Department
of Children and Families (DCF),
applicants for programs
administered by DCF are asked if
they are interested in receiving a
$13.50 monthly discount on their
phone service.
If they check yes and are
approved for a DCF program, their
information is electronically sent
to the PSC to be forwarded to the
appropriate telephone company for


'Pray for the sick, shut-in'


NEW YEAR
Continued from page 7
with idle talk when there is so
much to. do about this troubled
world; let us don the robe of love
and help make a better life, better
person. We all can by playing well
our given part, freeing ourselves
from all hate, and have a kind and
loving heart. Will you be used by
the Master, not one but'every day?
More strength of God, let us ask,
as this new year we greet, that we
may do our very best, taking the
bitter with the sweet. Dear Lord
elp us to, "look to the hills from
hence cometh our help. Our help
e&nes from the Lord."
-i-The many friends of the city
,Wish to extend their deepest
lIartfelt sympathy to the Jackson
f@nily in the loss of their loved
9ne. A mother, sister, grandmother,


aunt, cousin and friend, who
passed recently in the Tallahassee
Hospital. The viewing will be at
Antioch Church, Friday afternoon.
The funeral service will be
Saturday, Jan. 12, at 11 a.m. at
Antioch M.B. Church. "Be not
dismayed, whatever betide, God
will take care of you."
Carl Williams and family would
like to' express their deepest
appreciation for all of those who
came out to help celebrate in his
retirement dinner. Carl would like
to thank God for his many years of
work. Also thanks to the decorator
and cook for all of their support.
Thank God for helping me to
"keep looking to the hills from
whence cometh my help. My help
Comes from the Lord."
'Visit, pray and call the sick and
shut-in, in nursing homes,
hospitals and at home.


enrollment in the Lifeline program.
In accordance with Florida law, all
Lifeline applicant information is
handled in a confidential manner.
"The automatic enrollment
process initiated earlier this year
by the PSC has been successful in
helping us reach more eligible
consumers," said PSC Chairman
Lisa Polak Edgar. "We appreciate
the work of the Department of
Children and Families in helping
us make automatic enrollment
happen in Florida."
The PSC says it is committed to
making sure that Florida's
consumers receive their electric,
natural gas, telephone, water, and
wastewater services in a safe,
affordable and reliable .manner.
The PSC exercises regulatory
authority over utilities in the areas
of rate base/economic regulation;
competitive market oversight; and
is responsible for monitoring
safety, reliability and service.
www.floridapsc.com.


Norma Jean Jackson
OINorma Jean Jackson
Norma Jean Jackson, 53, died
Jan. 6, 2008, at Capital Regional
Medical Center. She was a native
qTPerry.
-Survivors include: her mother,
Christine Anderson of Perry; four
sons, Eric King, Kardis Jackson,
Varian Dunnell and Joey Dunnell,


all of Perry; one daughter, Khalilah
King of Perry; six brothers, Eddie
Joe Jackson, James E. Jackson,
Carl Jackson and Ronnie Jackson,
al, of Perry, David Jackson of
Greeny Ie, S.C.; 0l0d exter
Jackson of Dallas, Texas; six
sisters, Rutha Beckford, Christine
Hamilton and Myrlene Kimble, all
of Orlando, Nellie Y. Walker and
Davene Oliver, both of Perry, and
Letrica Gillum of Gainesville; an
uncle, Robert Cross of Pensecola;
two aunts, Ruby Collins of Utica,
.N.Y., and Beatrice Diamond of
Perry; and 11 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Jan. 12, at 11 a.m. at
Antioch M.B. Church with the
Rev. Toney Graham officiating.
Interment will follow at Springhill
Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends today, Jan. 11, from 4 until
7 p.m. Antioch M.B. Church.
Evans/Walker Funeral Home is
in charge of arrangements.


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is, so thankful for all your kind acts
shown during the passing of our
loved one.
iOur hour was dark, but the love
and support that was shown lit up


our spirit. May Jesus bless
each and every one of you. May
this thank you rest in your
hearts.
Thanks,
Paul and Cynthia Ponder
Grands Ineke and Tyrone and
great grands


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B-1 Perry News-Herald January 11-12, 2008



Starting Jan. 16


Covenant hosts grief support group


Students of the Month
December's "Students of the Month" at Taylor County Middle School were (left to right)
Crystal Eldridge, Elaine Brannen, Jake Smyrnios, Desiree Weeks, Billie Whitehead, Chelsey
O'Quinn and Ayla Collins.


Covenant Hospice offers
grief support and encourages
individuals who have experienced
the death of a loved one to attend a
six-week grief support group that
will meet each Wednesday, starting
Jan. 16 through Feb. 20 from 6:30
to 7:30 p.m.
The meetings will be held at the
Covenant Hospice staff lounge
located at 1545 Raymond Diehl
Road in Tallahassee.
Grief is a normal, natural
response after a loved one's death,
but the feeling of loss after the
death can be overwhelming,
according to Elizabeth Robinson,
MSW, bereavement specialist who
provides grief support through
support groups, workshops and
individual counseling.
"A caring support system is
important and a group setting can
bring individuals together with
others who have, experienced the
similar situation," Robinson said.
Support groups are "a
compassionate and caring
environment that offer education
and information about the grief
process and helpful suggestions for
individual situations. "
For more information or to
register for the support groups,
contact Robinson at (850) 575-
4998.
Covenant Hospice is a not-for-
profit organization dedicated to
providing services to patients and
loved ones during times of life-
limiting illnesses. The focus of
Covenant Hospice is "to enable its
patients to live as fully and


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Entertainment


B-2 Perry News-Herald January 11-12, 2008


'3:10 to Yuma' returns to


station on [

While "3:10 to Yuma" has been mostly overlooked so
far this award season, I stand firm with my declaration
two weeks ago placing it at number two on my list of the
top movies of 2007.
The film, a remake of the 1957 Western of the same
iname, was released on DVD and Blu-Ray Tuesday.
I still have not seen the original movie, so I can't
compare the two, but I will say with some confidence
that this is the best Western to come out of Hollywood in
some time.
At the start of the movie, we are introduced to our two
-main characters one at a time. First is Dan Evans
-(Christian Bale), a struggling rancher who lost a foot in
-the Civil War and is trying desperately to support his
wife and two children, one of whom'is sickly and needs
medicine. Adding to his troubles is the fact that he owes
money to a local thug who wants his land so he can sell
'it to the railroad for a hefty profit.
Just about at the end of
his rope, Dan has lost the
respect of his wife and
older son, not to mention
himself.
While trying to round
up his cattle, Dan and his
;-sons come across a stage- a
coach robbery in
progress, orchestrated
with brutal efficiency by
famed outlaw Ben Wade
(Russell Crowe).
Ben and his gang are
wanted for 22 robberies
totaling more than
$400,000, earning the ire
of the railroad and fear
from just about everyone
7 se. 4,s Bso uen ruthless as
*-eisa buea yt sone ct oa
dime store novels read by
uDan's son William.
Dan and Ben's paths
-cross again when Ben is
captured- while Dan is
trying to hock his wife's
jewelry to give himself
more time to save his
-ranch. Dan is hooked by a
railroad representative's
offer of $200 to anyone
who helps escort Ben to
the neighboring town of Contention to catch the titular
--3:10 to Yuma to prison. Ben's gang, however, is not
going to stop until they have their boss back.
What follows is a story less about an outlaw gang
versus a lawful posse and more about two very unlikely
men thrown together only to find out that there are
similarities between them, similarities that scare both of
them.
Crowe, despite his tendency to throw cell phones (no,
Russell, we will never forget), is arguably one of the
most versatile actors working today. In "3:10 to Yuma,"
:he truly gets the character of Ben Wade, a man who will
kill without a drop of remorse, but will also spend hours
staring at an eagle so he can sketch it properly. He is a
man who has surrounded himself with. men ruthless as
he is, but not one that can hold a decent conversation.
Perhaps that's why he develops a connection--bond
would be too strong a word--with Dan on their way to
Contention. That's not to say he wouldn't kill Dan 'if it
?,became necessary, but he would just prefer it didn't
become a necessity.
As for Dan, he is a man desperately trying to keep his


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family 'together, both financially and emotionally. He is
disgusted both by Ben's ruthlessness as well as the fact
that while he himself struggles day-to-day living an
honest life, the outlaw flourishes as he commits every
sin in the book.
While Crowe is known for his intense acting, here he
brings a sense of calm to his performance, drawing out
the multiple layers of his character. Instead, it is Bale as
Dan who brings a fiery intensity to his portrayal. As we
learn more about Dan, we realize that the money may
have been the least of his reasons to acoept the job.
The film is truly about these two men, and how
meeting the other will forever affect them. While there
are plenty of gunfights to sate the action fans, it is really
the verbal, and sometimes silent, interactions between
Dan and Ben that make this film one to remember.
But these aren't the only good performances in the
film. Ben Foster ("X-Men: The Last Stand" and "Alpha
Dog") gives us Charlie
Prince, Ben's second in
command and a man
whose devotion to Ben
is equaled only by his
murderous near-
insanity.
Logan Lerman ("The
Number 23," "Hoot") is
Dan's son, William, a
teenager who has lost
all respect for his
father. He walks the
fine line of fascination
and adulation when it
comes to the outlaw
Ben, but at the very
least he sees the man as
someone he can

aThe always great
Peter Fonda plays the
aging bounty hunter
Byron McElroy, who
guides the rest of the
posse on their way to
Contention.
Alan Tudyk
("Firefly," "Serenity")
is the town doctor who
comes along to look
after a wounded
McElroy. He brings the
same mixture of naivete and youthful wonder of a man
outside his element as he did in the tragically short-lived
"'Firefly" television series.
I have learned over the years to credit a well-acted
film not only to the actors involved but also to the
director. In this case, Mangold makes the best of
everything he has for his follow-up to the critically-
praised "Walk the Line." In that film, he directed
Joaquin Phoenix to an Oscar nomination and Reese
Witherspoon to a win.
This time around, I wouldn't be surprised if either lead
picks up a nod, as well as Foster for best supporting
actor. Personally, I think Bale is due, but the current
buzz is that he will probably get the nomination for
"Rescue Dawn," which was released earlier this year.
"3:10 to Yuma" is not just a good Western, it is an
excellent film. Fans of the genre should love it, and
anyone looking for a good film would do well not to
miss it. It is rated R for violence and some language.
The DVD includes a 21-minute "making of"
documentary, two featurettes, six deleted scenes and
audio commentary with director Mangold.


IAL D O E N


Saturday, Jan. 19
Advent Christian Village's "Live at
Dowling Park" Artist Series will present
the Heralds of Harmony Barbershop
Chorus at The Village Church at 7:00
p.m. Entertaining audiences since
1945, the semi-professional chorus
has placed as high as ninth at the
Barbershop Harmony Society's annual
international chorus competition. For
tickets, call 386-658-5557 or visit
www.acvillage.net/artistseries.html.
Sunday, Jan. 20
The Tallahassee Artist Seriesc'2007-08
season continues when the The Calder
Quartet performs at 2:30 p.m. in the
Opperman Music Hall. For more
information, call 850-224-9934 or visit
www.theartistseries.com.


January 11-13, 18-20
Theatre A La Carte presents the
musical "Sweet Smell of Success"
at the Tallahassee Little Theatre. It's


New York, 1952, and JJ-Hunsecker
rules Broadway with his daily gossip
column, syndicated to 60 million
readers across America. JJ has the
goods on everyone, and everyone
feeds JJ's scandal. Tickets ($16,
$14 for students and seniors) are
available by calling 850-224-8474 or
visiting www.theatrealacarte.org.
Jan. 28-29
The Tallahassee Broadway series at
the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic
Center presents "Annie." The timeless
tale of Little Orphan Annie is back,
boasting one of Broadway's most
memorable scores. For tickets, visit
online at www.tlccc.org or call
800-322-3602.
January 20
"Broadway on Ice," starring Olympic
champion Dorothy Hamill and singer
Franc D'Ambrosio, comes to the
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
for two shows in one day. Tickets are
$67.25, $56.50 and $41.50. Call 800-
322-3602 or visit www.tlccc.org.


Friday, Jan. 25
The Tallahassee Blues Festival hits the
Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center
featuring Shirley Brown, Latimore,
Theodis Ealey, Bobby Bland, Sir
Charles Jones, Mel Waiters, Marvin
Sease and Bobby Rush. Tickets
($47.75, $42.75 and $37.75) are
available by phone at 800-322-3602
or online at www.ticketmaster.com.
Jan. 26-27, Feb. 1-3
The 22nd annual Hoggetowne
Medieval Faire comes to the Alachua
County Fairgrounds for two weekends
of "magic and merriment." Watch
knights joust in full armor, applaud
street performers or enjoy live
entertainment on eight stages.
Admission is $12 for adults, $6 for
children 5-17 and free for children 5
and under. For more information,
call 352-334-ARTS or visit
www.glvculturalaffairs.org.


S"The new queen of bluegrass," Rhonda Vincent, will return to Taylor County in 2009 for
the seventh annual Florida State Bluegrass Festival.




good Thin8 Going
IA.


'Queen of bluegrass' releases new album
Rhonda Vincent, the fiery The album was co-produced by song--but there's been no shortage
vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and Vincent and her brother Darrin of inspiration lately."
songwriter, dubbed "the new queen Vincent (of Dailey & Vincent), at Tracks on the album include the
of bluegrass" by the Wall Street Vincent's own studio, Adventure hard-driving bluegrass "Hit Parade
Journal, released her new Studios in Nashville. of Love" (an old Jimmy Martin
album, "Good' T1ngGqing 91 r la',J 2 tr' ahah. 1 4Waeand longti.,cncert favorite)
Tuesday.- I' .. Thing- G6ftitfi l'fit". ttider balladry GiVe My Love
In addition to receiving an originals or co-writes, alongside a to You" (a touching original ballad,
unprecedented seven consecutive range of contemporary and classic performed as a duet with Russell
"Female Vocalist of the Year", cover tracks. Moore) to the rollicking, playful
awards from the International According to Vincent, "Good autobiographical title track and:the
Bluegrass Music Association Thing Going" is her most personal, concert favorite, "Bluegrass
(IBMA), being named IBMA's autobiographical project yet. Saturday Night."
2001 "Entertainer of the Year," and "I have never written five songs For a complete tour schedule, go
being the co-author of the 2004 to include on an album," she said. to www.rhondavincent.com or
IBMA "Song of the Year," Vincent "I have to be inspired to write a www.rounder.com.


was nominated for a 2005
Grammy Award for "Best
Bluegrass Album" for "'Ragin'
Live."
Locally, Vincent headlined the
mainstage entertainment at the
50th annual Florida Forest Festival
and is set to return in 2009 for the
seventh annual Florida State
Bluegrass Festival.
"Good Thing Going" follows up
her two 2006 Rounder releases,
"All American Bluegrass Girl" and
her first holiday album, "Beautiful
Star: A Christmas Collection."
Since her first Rounder release,
2000's "Back Home Again,"
Vincent has met with increasing
acclaim for her dynamic take on
bluegrass. On her new album, she
presents a set of songs that range
from timelessly straight-ahead
bluegrass to effervescent swing
and heartfelt ballads. Joining her
on the album are the members of
her road band the "Rage" on
several cuts, and some special
guests including Jesse
McReynolds (Jim & Jesse),
Russell Moore (III Tyme Out),
Bryan Sutton, Becky Issacs, Kathy
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Olympic Gold Medalist and ice
skating legend Dorothy Hamill
and "Phantom of the Opera"
singing star Franc D'Ambrosio
have been set to headline Willy
Bietak's lavish Broadway on Ice
musical spectacular, which opens a
special limited engagement at the
Tallahassee-Leon County Civic
Center on Jan. 20, for two
performances only at 2 and 7:30
p.m.
The' critically acclaimed
Broadway on Ice production
showcases the skating artistry of
Hamill joined by an electrifying
dance skating and acrobatic
company performing to the music
of such classic Broadway shows as
"A Chorus Line," "Cabaret,"
"Chicago," "West Side Story" and
"Rent." Singing star D'Ambrosio
performs a medley of memorable
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pianist Dale Gonyea, performs a
good-natured 'fun-filled musical
parody of popular, tunes adding
joyfully to the festivities..
The sparkling production
features special guest star
comedian-pianist Dale Gonyea
and an all-star cast of international
skating champions celebrating ithe
beauty, grace and artistry of figure
skating embraced in the magic of a
Broadway musical.
Broadway on Ice debuted its
national tour in November 2004
and has since been performed for
more than 100,000 people..
For tickets (priced $67:25,
$56.50 & $41.50) call the Civic
Center Box Office at 850-322-
0400 or visit'
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Peacock Rd. Just before Foley Cutoff, 2nd
house on left. Women's, girls, toddler, girl
and boy and baby girl namebrand clothes,
blankets, toys, maternity clothes, lots
more come see.
1/11
Yard Sale Saturday 9 a.m. 3 p.m. indoors.
Corner of Woods Creek Rd. and Miller Rd.
more stuff added! Clothing, books,
encyclopedias, dishes, movies, wringer
washer, elect. dryer, refrigerator,
microwave, storage sheds carports and
much more.
1/11
Garage Sale sweeper, rug shampooer,
what-nots & tools. Inside 1557 Carlton
Cemetery Rd.
1/11




Stop by the lobby of Capital City Bank in
Perry and see paintings on display by
local artist Susan Swan Sellers, sister of
renowned landscape artist Fred Swan.
12/21-1/11

4 pc. Broyhill bedroom suit. Excellent/ like
new condition heavy duty, $1,000 with
Queen Size mattress. 584-4145.
1/4-1/16
Dining Room, Bassett table/chairs/lighted
china cabinet $150 (as is); Stainless
Double .Sink Extra deep/faucet $35; TV
13" $25; Sony Dual Cassette Tape Deck
$40; Sewing Desk Teak wood $35; 4
drawer file cabinet $30; desk chair.$20;
48" white hunter ceiling fan/remote $35;
two hanging ceiling lights burgundy $20;
Honda 2002 Accord full Nose Mask $30.
Call 584-9412.
1/9-1/11 .
Generator, 3000 Watts, $275 Call 584-
7003.
1/4-1/1,1DG
2004 Casita Like new 16 ft. all fiberglass
camper bought for $16,500 sell for $8,000
firm. Dell computer $200 computer TV
entertainment $100 Call 584-3600.
1/11




FOR RENT 3 Bedroom 1 bath home.
Fenced yard. Electric utilities. City water.
$575/month. Quiet neighborhood. Rental
discount available. Available 1/15/08.
321-639-6205. Leave message.
1/11


2 Room Furnished apt. 2. adults no
children. no pets utilities paid. $140 per
week + $140 deposit. Call 584-2075 or
584-2199.
1/3-1/11


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Looking Foi
Rental assistanc
vouchers accepted.
HC accessible apa
are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
584-8111. TDD/T
Perry, Fi, 3234
Opportunity.


9 13 s of P e r rv


Applicants!
a available. HUD
1 & 2 BR HC & non-
Iments. Office hours
Mon-Thurs. Call 850-
711. 315 Puckett Rd,
7. Equal Housing


Home for Rent on Dorman Peacock Rd. 2
bd/1 bth, 1.8 acreslw/storage barn. Call
Proffessional Realty of Perry. 850-584-
5844.
1/4-1/11

WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!
2 & 3 BR HC anl Non-HC accessible
apartments now available. HUD vouchers
considered. Equal Housing Opportunity.
Office hours are 8:00-5:00 Mon.-Thurs.
Call 850-584-5668. 709 W. Church St.,
*Perry, FL 32348. TQD 711.
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Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401
6/21tfnSGR
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $550
required $45 deposit, .$154 weekly or $40
daily plus tax.' 317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy.
850-584-7033.
11/14tfLS


CLASSIFIEDS
Small Ads
BIG DEALS

Large 1 Bed/1 Bath Duplex, Cent AC &'
Heat, wood floors, full kitchen, remodeled
bathroom, laundry hook-up, ceiling fans.
$475 month. First, last & sec. 850-890-
1467.
1/9-1/11

Commercial Building for Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area.. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
7/12tfnSGR
For Rent in Perry city limits 3 or 4 bed/2
Bath central H/A, new appliances, tile
floors, new carpet in bedrooms, large
cement patio in back, walk to schools.
First and last and security deposit
required. $800/mo. Call 727-586-6052 for
application.
12/21-1/16

1 bed apt. w/ kitchenette gas; cable and
electric, included great area, no pets or
, drugs including alcohol. Call 838-2455 or
371-1414.
1/9-2/1


MOTIVATED SELLER
MOVING OUT OF STATE
House 5 BD/1 B 602. Jefferson St.
House & Land 3 BD/2 B 113 Lewis Drive
House 3 B/1 B 602 W. Bacon St.
Will consider owner Financing with Large
Down Payment. 584-4678.
1/9-2/1
House for sale 2 bed/1 bath on 2 acres of
land. Large utility shed with chain link
fence. $90,000 for more information call
838-6625.
1/9-1/18
Land for Sale Leisure Retreats
REDUCED q acre off Live Oak $33,500.
Also, 1 acre/corner lot with water and
electric. Royal Oak and Black Oak. Call
850-578-2713 if interested.
1/9-1/11
For Sale or Rent. DW on stilts on Yates
Creek Rd. 3/2 all electric, huge decks and
porches, 5 minutes from water, only
serious inquires please 850-578-2303 until
7 p.m.
1/11
For Sale By Owner Near Keaton Beach
2,305 sq. ft. 2004 DWMH on 1.25+ acres, 4
bedroom, 2.5 bath, central heat/air, 3
decks, skirting, gutters, 2 car garage, boat
shelter, heated in ground pool, fenced
back-yard, gravel driveway, 2 wells, septic
tank, sprinkler system, water softener.
REDUCED $155,000, call 850-578-3094
for apt.
1/16-2/8
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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Owner Sale 112 McCall St. 3 Br/1 B, kit-
Dine, L.R., back deck, large storage Bid.
Fenced back yard, new roof, $92,500. Call
223-1382 or 584-4618.
12/27-01/25
1 acre corner lot in Sea Oaks S/d. Lot is
being cleared. RV's are welcome. Corner
of Sea Oaks & Seameadows Rd. $29,000
OBO. 770-841-8023
12/29-1/18.
Reduced 20% below appraisal For Sale
By Owner, was 140k now 112k, 4-bed/2
bath, pool, concrete floor, barn, Great
location much more. Come see or call
850-843-278.4 2024,Woods Creek Rd.
Perry'FL. " I
12/29-1/16
Adams Beach Oaks, $27,000. 1 acre
recently cleared. Bonita Blvd. (2nd lot on
Lt.) 770-841-8023.
12/12-1/18
For Sale By Owner Near Keaton Beach
2,305 sq. ft. 2004 DWMH on 1.25+ acres, 4
bedroom, 2.5 bath, central heat/air, 3
decks, skirting, gutters, 2 car garage, boat
shelter, heated in ground pool, fenced
back yard, gravel-driveway, 2 wells, septic
tank, sprinkler system, water softener.
REDUCED $155,000, call 850-578-3094
for apt..


VA loans available with no money down!
Call Prestige Home Centers 1-800-477-
2492.
12/12PH
.1996 General 14x52 2 bed/1 bath New
arrival, late model $8,500 as is (850)879-
7095/973-2353.
1/11-1/16
Turn Key Repo 3 bd/2 bth on 2.5 acres in
Bronson Area. Call Prestige Home
Centers. 1-800-477-2492.
12/12PH -
New or Used Mobile Homes with No
money down for Land Owners. Call
Prestige Horrne Centers 1-800-477-2492,
12/12PH
-$149 Bi-weekly will buy you a new 2 or 3
bd/2 bth mobile home Call Prestige Home
Centers. 1-800-477-2492:
12/12PH
New 28x70 3 bd/2 bth Real Cedar Log
Home, Only $79,995 inc. Delivery and set
up. Call Prestige Home Centers 1-800-
477-2492.
12/12PH
2005 Fleetwood Single Wide Mobile Home
2 bed/2 bath, Immaculate Condition, Fully
Furnished. Asking $23,500 Call 584-7956
or 843-0098 Leave a message.


2 Just Listed!!


124 RIDGE RD., 3/2 2200+ sq.ft.,
BEAUTIFUL 1.3 Acre Lot! Hardwood Floors,
Built-Ins, Lots of Updates, In-Ground Pool w/Screen,



311 W OAK ST., 3/2, 1,700 sq. ft., Landscaped & Fenced
Backyard w/ Greenhouse, Screened Porch AND Covered
Patio, Lots of Storage, Recent Renovations!!
PI 3D ORF S] AIEi '


For more information, contact
Birdy Gardner, Realtor
Keller Williams Town & County Realty
850-843-2418 (Cell) 850-201-4663 (Office)
gg www.taylorcountyproperties.com


E tT I
KELLER
WILLIAMS,


Taking applications to rent Brand new
Beautiful brick home built by Joey Carlton.
I Bed/2 Bath on one acre. Very nice
neighborhood. Quality Cabinets,
appliances and blinds. No pets or
smokers, Clean mature adults with good
references. $1,100 + utilities a month. Call
584-3600. One year lease + security
deposit.
1/11-1/16
1 & 2 bedroom apartments available. Call
584-6666
12/5tfWO
Westgate Hotel Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $154
weekly or $40 daily plus tax.(RV sites also
available.) 1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
850-584-5235.
11/14tfLS

Come one...
come all!

PERRY ELKS


BINGO
Mondays 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
S305 Puckett Road


Martin Electronics, Inc.
is currently accepting applications for
sub/call-in guards. All applicants are
subject to pre-employment drug screening
and a background check by BATF. Bring
picture 0D and Social Security card or Birth
Certificate and apply at the Employ
Florida Mobile Unit in the K-mart parking
lot on Wednesdays or stop by MEI to
complete an application. AAE/EEO/VP
1/9-1/18

TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Solid Waste Heavy Equipment operator -
$9.31 $10.17
Road Mte. Technician (RMT) $8:04 hr.
Part time Custodian ( Public Library) -
$6.88 hr.
Job descriptions and applications can be
obtained from www.taylorcontygov.com or
One Stop Mobile Unit located in the Kmart
Parking Lot Wednesdays 9 a.m. 6 p.m. or
at 502. N. Center Street Perry, FL on
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 a.m. 2
p.m. Positions are open until filled. Taylor
County Board of County Commissioners
is an EOE, VP, DT, background check
employer.
11/21BCC


The City of Perry
is hiring for the following
positions:

Wastewater Treatment
Plant Operator
Req: Must.have a valid Florida
Drivers License and possess a
minimum of a Class "C" Wastewater
Treatment Plant Operator Certificate
as issued by the State of Florida.
Salary Range: $14.20-$18.13

SApplications are available:
Online: Applications and job
Descriptions are available at, '
www.employflorida.com
(Register as a job seeker.' Search in Taylor County.
Click on desired position.)
Send printed and completed
Application via mail to:
Employment Connections
200 West Base Street, 2nd Floor
Madison, FL 32340
or
Fax: (850) 973-9757
Employment Connections Mobile Unit
Wednesday's from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm in the
Kmart parking lot (1809 S. Byron Butier Pkwy.)
Employment Connections Madison Office
Located at 200 W. Base St. Madison, FL 32340
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
EQUALOPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER


Local Financial Institution has an opening
for a part time teller. Please send resume
and salary requirements to Teller Position
P.O. Box 888, Perry, Fl 32348.
1/41/16
Help Wanted Badcock & More. Set up and
delivery. Must be 21 yrs. old. License and
good driving record required. No phone
calls! Apply in person 1225 S. Jefferson
St.
10/26tfnBC


Sm al ad..-.-' .b f


'How would you like a career in the
insurance industry? With our company the
average full-time representative makes
$140,000 a year. You can own your own
agency. You can start with no over-head,
no franchise fees, unlimited territory and
be your own boss. No experience needed,
we offer full training. Great bonuses and
exciting travel! Call Charles for an
interview. 223-1266. (0028)
1/11-1/16







(near Jefferson County border).
Experience & transportation required.
Background checks conducted.
Part-time three days per week.
CALL COMFORT KEEPERS AT
1-850-402-0051

Smurfit-Stone Container Corporation is-
currently seeking a Heavy Equipment
operator in Perry. $9 to $9.50 hr., 40 to 50
hours weekly, plus benefits. Applicants
must be able to load and unload trucks
and be required to move loaded trailers.
Assist mill operators in repairs and
cleanup. Must be dependable, put safety
first and team oriented. Requirements are:
high school education and two years
experience operating heavy equipment,
have a valid drivers license, background
check, drug screening and pre-
employment physical. Applicants can
apply by going to www.smurfit-stone.com
1/11-2/6


BROKER

WANTED

FORACTIVE
REAL ESTATE
OFFICE

386-294-21311


Avon Reps Needed! How would you like to
be your own boss? Start your own
business. I can show you how. $10 start-
up kit. Call BJ Today! 850-584-6289 or
850-843-2605.
11/2tfBJ

LPN One full time 10 p.m. 6 a.m. position
and one part time 2 p.m. to 10 p.m
position. Seeking responsible.
professional individuals. Good working
environment and competitive wages.
Contact Holly Reed, Director of Nursing.
Lafayette Health Care Center, 512 W.
Main St., Mayo, FL 386-294-3300.
1/11-1/23LHC

Driver Jacksonville Terminal




HOME EVERY WEEKEND
GUARANTEED!
65% preloaded/pretarped
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
w w tries m


Brynwood Center

OPEN POSITIONS


CNA's

7:00 am 3:00 pm
11:00 pm -7:00 am
Full-Time & Part-Time
Excellent Pay & Benefits

1656 S. Jefferson St., Monticello, FL 32344
Phone 850-997-1800 or FAX resume to 850-997-7269,



Brynwood Center


ADMISSIONS LIASON

Qualified applicant must be a highly
personable and organized individual and
detail oriented. Verbal and written
communication skills a must.

Experience The Delta Difference!
1656 S. Jefferson St., Monticello, FL 32344
Phone 850-997-1800 or FAX resume to 850-997-7269


2005 Buick Rendezvous CX Plus, gray
leather seats, 3rd row seat (7 passenger),
pb, power windows, pdi, cc, AM/FM
cassette/CD, XM radio, on star, parking
sensors, dual air, dual power seats,
front/side air bags, ABS (4 wheel), afloy
wheels, V-6 engine, 48,900 miles, recent
set of Michelin tires, silver/gray, one
owner, in excellent condition. $13,600.
Call 850-584-7883 or cell 838-4742
12/19tfSD

1991 full size Chevy Blazer 350, 4WD,
Auto, 127,551 miles, $5,500 Call 584-
6631.
1/9-1/1p -
2002 Honda Reflix Scooter for sale, low
miles, great shape. Call 584-3257 for
details.
1/9-1/11




Lost Dog Female Rotweiler, family dog if
found please contact Sandy at 584-9890 or
672-9263.
1/4-1/16


For Sale Ruger 22 pistol, 6.5 in. Barrel
stainless steel, new. $350. Call 843-1567
1/4-1/11




J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
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TREE REMOVAL/STUMP GRINDING
LAWN MAINTENANCE/UPKEEP
Tree Surgery Landscaping
52 Bucket Truck
FREE ESTIMATES
Licensed & Insured/All Work Guaranteed
LoweA/rices in the Area
John Sesock, ovner 850-584-2027
CELL 850-591-8301
1/2-2/2

A to ZhFarm.and Lawtn-Service' ;. ;i 1
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush hog
mowing, rake work, dirt leveling and
complete lawn service. Call 584-6737..
3/9tfnAZ
Bush Hogging, Grading and Tree
Removal. Call Bill at 578-2379.
10/19tfA2Z

Stump Grinding
Reasonable Rates
Reliable Service
(850) 843-2957

AW SHARE'S
Carpet, Tile and Grout cleaning & sealing.
Call 850-838-2805 or 850-843-1639
1/11-1/30

Godwin's CleaningA
Services j
Commercial & Residential
Angela Gqwin, owner
223-1937 1
CARPET & VINYL
Installation and repairs done at a good
price. No overhead. Direct savings to you.
30 years experience. 850-838-9050.
Please leave message.
01/04tfnBR



TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours

~ Tile Floors ~-
-Pet 04'ors -

584-CLEAN
(584-2532)



Come

Join the

Fun!


BINGO


Early Bird 6 p.m.
Regular 7 p.m.

Shrine Club
(Hwy. 19 North) 584-2434
*Must be 18 yrs. or older


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques -,
We buy...call usl Collectibles
Yard Sale Tools
Set-up P ry FlaMr Tools
$8 & Up Hwy.19S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


4 h Old Fireplace Brick OldGold
Gold (scrap) -~Diamonds ~ Old Comic Books
Coins (silver) & Paper Money Taylor County Memorabilia

Used Furniture
Bedroom Dining Room Living Room- Bedding


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B-5 Perry News-Herald January 11-12, 2008


SAt the Booking Desk


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR TAYLOR
. COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 07-1032 CP
Division Probate
IN RE: ESTATE OF JOHNNIE MURLINE
GRIFFIN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
JOHNNIE MURLINE GRIFFIN, deceased,
whose date of death was December
30, 2006, and whose socig security
number is 259-38-0795, is peeling in the
Circuit Court for Taylor County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which is
Post Office Box 620, Perry, Florida 32347.
The names and addresses of rhe
personal representatives and the
personal representatives' attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required to be
served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's-estare
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702
OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this notice
is January 11, 2008.
Attorney for Personal Representatives:
Personal Representatives:
LEENETTE W. MCMILLAN
Attorney at-Law
Florida Bar No. 0075779
Post Office Box 1388
Mayo, FL 32066
Telephone: (386) 294-1688
Fax: (386) 294-1689
CATHY JO GRIFFIN
100 Prestwood Road
Dalton, Georgia 30721
ALBERT J. GRIFFIN
688 Lake Katherine Road
Tunnel Hill, Georgia 30755
1I/11

On 12/11/07. Edgewater Broadcasting
Inc. submitted application to the FCC
for consent to assign construction permit
for a FM translator to Reach
Communications, Inc. Translator
rebroadcasts WNFB Channel 232 Lake
City, FL and serves Perry, FL on Ch. 237
with 10 Watts from coordinates: Latitude:
30-4-53 N and Longitude: 83-36-11 W.
1/11

NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
notice is hereby given that Pursuant to a
writ of execution issued in the County
Court of Taylor County, Florida, on the
29th day of January, 2007, irshe cause
wherein Dorothy B. Davis, is pTaintiff, and
Robert 0. Kellow is defendant, being
Case No. 06-453-SC in said Court, I.
Lawrence E. Williams, as Sheriff of Taylor
County, Florida, have levied upon all the
right, title and intstest-.of the detendira'tn!
Robert 0. Kellow, have levied upon all
the right, title and interest of the
defendant, Robert 0. Kellow in and to
the following described personal
property, to-wit:
1998 Interstate Enclosed Utility Trailer,
Gray in color, VIN # IUK500F27W1025927
and on the 23rd day of January, 2008.
at Larry's Tow & Recovery, 3072
Lipscomb Circle, in the City of Perry.
Taylor County. Florida, at the hour of
11:00 a.m., or as soon thereafter as
possible, I will.offer for sale all of the said
defendant's, Robert 0. Kellow, right, title,
and interest in aforesaid property at
public outcry and will soil the some.
subject to taxes, all prior liens,
encumbrances and judgments, if any,
to the highest and best bidder or
bidders for CASH, the proceeds to be
applied as for as may be to the
payment of costs and the satisfaction of
the above-described execution. The
property will be available for inspection
at Larry's Tow & Recovery between the
hours of 10:00 AM through 11:00 AM the
morning of the sale.
In accordance with the Americans With
Disabilities Act, persons with disabilities
needing a special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
contact the Clerk of Court, telephone
(904)838-3506, not later tharseven (7)
days prior to the proceeding."
L.E. "Bummy" Williams, as Sheriff of Taylor
County, Florida
By: Joseph M. Thompson
Deputy Sheriff
12/21, 12/28, 1/4, 1/11


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
OTIFINANCIAL EQUITY SERVICES, INC..
Plaintiff.
VS.
CASE NO. 07-963 CA UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES. GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES.
CREDITORS, LIENORS, TRUSTEES OF
WILLIAM H. SULLIVAN. DECEASED;
DEBORAH SULLIVAN A/K/ A DEBORAH J.
SULLIVAN. HEIR; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF DEBORAH SULLIVAN A/K/ A DEBORAH
J. .SULLIVAN, HEIR; JEREMY SULLIVAN.
HEIR; CHRISTOPHER GASKINS, HEIR;
DEBORAH SULLIVAN A/K/ A DEBORAH J.
SULLIVAN; THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
DEBORAH SULLIVAN A/K/ A DEBORAH J.
SULLIVAN; IF LMNG, INCLUDING ANY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANT(S). IF REMARRIED, AND IF
DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES. GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE
NAMED DEFENDANT(S); CITIFINANCIAL
EQUITY SERVICES, INC.; ONYX
ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION: WHETHER
DISSOLVED OR PRESENTLY EXISTING,
TOGETHER WITH ANY GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS, OR
TRUSTEES OF SAID DEFENDANT(S) AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST
DEFENDANT(S); UNKNOWN TENANT #1;
UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: UNKNOWN HEIRS. DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, TRUSTEES OF WILLIAM H. SULLN
AN, DECEASED; CHRISTOPHER GASKINS,
HEIR; IF LING, INCLUDING ANY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANT(S), IF REMARRIED, AND IF
DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS. LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE
NAMED DEFENDANT(S);
YOU ARE HEREBY required to file your
answer or written defenses, if any, in the'
above proceeding with the Clerk of this
Court, and to serve a copy thereof
upon the plaintiff's attorney, whose
name and address appears hereon.
within thirty days of the first publication of
this Notice, the nature of this proceeding
being a suit for foreclosure of mortgage
,against the following described
property, to wit: SOUTH 1/2 OF LOT
(BLOCK) 17 OF W.A. HENDRY ADDITION,
TO THE TOWN OF PERRY, FLORIDA,
SECTION 24, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH. RANGE
7 EAST. SAID LAND SITUATE: LYING AND
BEING IN THE TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 481 HENDRY AVE PERRY, FL 32347
If you fail to file your answer or written
defenses in the.above proceeding, on
plaintiff's attorney, a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint or Petition.
DATED at TAYLOR County this 7 day of
JANUARY 2008.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Deputy Clerk
By Marti Lavalle.
In accordance with the American with
Disabilities Act of 1990, persons needing
a special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
contact the ASA Coordinator no later
than seven (7) days prior to the
proceedings. If hearing impaired,
please call (800) 9559771 (TDD) or (800)
955-87 j_ j ..ig .,, vyia. .FQ. La.gRe.q y...
SService.
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
Tel (813) 915-8660
Fax (813) 915'0559
Attorney for Plaintiff
1/11. 1/1.8

Notice is hereby given to Robert Henry
Glanton unless payment is made on
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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.
Nov. 25:
-Leroy Marvin Brown, 54,
Steinhatchee, battery (domestic), Deputy
Chambers, TCSO.
Donald E. Merry, 46, Greenville,
fleeing and eluding, DWLS, child
support, Ptl. Cash, PPD.
Douglas Duane Doty, 42, Madison,
possession with intent to sale controlled
substance within 1,000 feet of a church,
battery on law enforcement officer,
resisting arrest with violence, possession
of less than 20 grams cannabis within
1,000 feet of church, PtI. Geyer, PPD.
Nov. 26:
Jessica Lauren Sites, 20, 214-B Alston
Street, VOP (grand theft),. Deputy
Thomas, TCSO,
Jaquleyn Sneed, 47, 1206 .E. Main
Street, aggravated assault, Ptl. Cordova,
PPD.
Terry Gene Page, 57, 4482 Coote
Sadler Road, DUI, refusal to' 'ubmit to
DUI test, PtI. Hayden, PPD.
Nov. 27:
Jason McNair, 24, 1611 S.- Givens
Street, grand theft, PtI. Shaw,; PPD. .
Gene E. Taylor, 43, 2085, Bernard
Johnson Road, battery/domestic, Deputy
Blue, TCSO.
Ricky Howard, 31., 113 Folsom Street,
warrant/battery, Deputy Lilliott, TCSO.
Nov. 28:
Brook Nichole Cannon, 18, 3262
Beasley Williams Road, retail theft,
Deputy Bell, TCSO.
Noel Dean Norris, 54, 1876 Highway
221 N., VOP (sales tax fraud), Deputy
McKenzie, TCSO.
Tonya Denise Bonaparte, 25, 708 W.
Church Street, VOP (cheating, grand
theft), Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Daryl James Norberg, 19, .3275
Courtney Ct., retail theft, Deputy Bell,
TCSO.
Jeff Sadler, 18, 807 E. Page Street,
retail theft, Deputy Bell, TCSO.
Lashek Oglesby, 32, Miarti Garden,
VOP (aggravated battery),; Dade County
S.O.
Cynthia Hayes Horton, 38, 1139 W.
Green Street, VOP (uttering forged
instrument, credit card fraud), PtI.
Carlton, PPD.
Charles Jonah Kin'g, 41, 508 Bacon
Street, FTA (attempted purchase of
cocaine), PtI. Norris, PPD.
Jessica LeeFaircloth, 22,.99,4Q0 Spring
Warrior Road,-. grand theftt, Sgt.
Campbell, TCSO.
Nov. 29:
Regina Powell, 30, 1121 N. Quincy
Street, DWLR (knowingly), DUI (3rd), Ptl.
Geyer, PPD.
James Bellinger, 35, U.S. 19 N.,
resisting without violence, Inv. Anderson,
PPD.
George Johnson, 40,.317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwy., DWLS (knowingly), PtI.
Norris, PPD.
Willie James Murphy, 55, 309 Second
Street, DWLS (knowingly), possession of
drug paraphernalia, PtI. Norris, PPD.
Lesley Charles Logan, 44, 607 Center
Street, possession of plus 20 grams
cannabis, Inv. Anderson, PPD.
Nov. 30:
Douglas Kirk Secor, 42, 116 Dove
Road, aggravated battery, affray, Ptl.
Cash, PPD.
Wiley Jim Hendry, 28 3993 Green
Farm Road, DUI, Cpl. Smrnios, FHR
Charles Barnes, 42, N. Byron Butler





In the Circuit Court in the Third Judicial
Circuit In and for Taylor County, Flon ad
Case No. 07-407-CA
Benjamin J. Bond,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Jerome E. Steadman, Mable Blvens and
unknown tenants,

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to
a Final Judgment of Foreclosure In the
above-styled cause, in the Circuit Court
of Taylor County, Florida. I will sell the
property situate In Taylor County, Florida,
described as:
The East 105.0 feet of said lot 8, Block "E"
of N.L. Smith Subdivision, as per map or
plat of said subdivision as recorded in
the office of the clerk of the circuit court
of Taylor County, Florida
at public sale, to the highest bidder, for
cash, at -the front door of the Taylor
County Courthouse, Perry, Florida at
11:00 a.m., on January 22, 2003. Any
person claiming ,an interest in the surplus
from the sale other than the property
owner must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale,
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
December 31, 2007
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
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Parkway, DWLS (knowingly), DUBAL, violence, Ptl. Murphy, PPD.
Ptl. Norris, PPD. Henry Ray Bryant, 49, 1409 S. Parker
Hugh William Poppell, 34, 102 Dove Street, VOP (criminal mischief,
Road, aggravated battery, affray, Ptl. possession of controlled substance),
Cash, PPD. Deputy Gulbrandsen, TCSO.
Jacob Anton Dugie, 20, 107 Dove Janet Lee McMullen, 44, 8604 Potts
Road, aggravated battery, affray, Ptl. Still Road, no vehicle registration,
Cash, PPD. expired driver's license more than four
Glenn Darius Sadler, 55, 1101 Harold months, Deputy Johns, TCSO.
Davis Road, possession of prescription Michael Williams, 34, 2149 Malon
narcotics, trafficking, Trooper Ernst, FHP. Road,. VOP (DWLS), Deputy
William Raymond Brant, 56, 607 W. Gulbrandsen, TCSO.
Warner Ave., aiding escape, battery on Dec. 6:
law enforcement officer, Sgt. Gray, PPD. Travis Sadler, 18, 269 Bradshaw Blvd.,
Tasheika Jackson, 20, 418 W. Bacon VOP, Deputy Johns, TCSO.
Street, grand theft, PtI. Johnson, PPD. James O'Neal, 31, 3305 G.E. Lane,
Dec. 1: DUI, Cpl. Lundy, FHPR
James Scott Nye, 38, 401 W. Ash Jason Wilson Wall, 26, 1862 Highway
Street, grand theft auto, Ptl. Deeson, 27 E., DWLS (knowingly), Ptl. Johnson,
PPD. PPD.
Daniel Shane Cruce, 23, Shady Reginald King, 40, 136 Dunwood
Grove, DUI, refusal to submit, DWLS/R, Street, DUI, Ptl. Cordova, PPD.
no motor vehicle registration, Ptl, James King, 18, 1110 Shiloh
Deeson, PPD. Cemetery Road, fleeing and eluding law
Beverly Elaine Goodman, 44, 401 W. enforcement officer, reckless driving,
Ash Street, grand theft auto, PtI. Deeson, resisting without violence, no valid
PPD. driver's license, Ptl. Deeson, PPD..
Dec. 2: Ritchie Lamont Davis, 35, 117 Warner
Trent Ennis Hawkins, 62, Tallahassee, Ave., VOP, Deputy Hayden, TCSO:;
fleeing or eluding officer, reckless Dec. 7:
driving, DUI, refusal to submit, Deputy Michael Mason, 46, 3460 *Harrison
Cruse, PPD. Blue Lot 1, crash (failure to leave
Travis Sadler, 18, 269 Bradshaw Blvd., information), Sgt. Campbell, TCSO.
theft, Ptl. Curry, PPD. Donald Edward Blair, 33, 2428 A.
Dec. 3: Young Road, DUI, VOP (possession and
Dexter Jerrod Graham, 29, 602 W. sale of cocaine), Ptl. Curry, PPD.
Veterans, passing worthless checks, Robert Ellison, 60, 1302 S. Center
VOP (sale of cocaine, nossession of Street, DWLS (knowingly felony), leaving
controlled substance), Derpty McKenzie, scene with injury, refusal
TCSO. breath/blood/urine, Ptl. Johnson, PPD,
Trent Ralph Sadler, -29, no address Lloyd Bishop Clark, 20, 511 Bishop
given, forgery, uttering forgery, Deputy Blvd., criminal mischief (+$1,000),
Woods, TCSO. Deputy Padgett, TCSO.
Thomas Herbert Mathews, 61, 709. Dec. 8:
North Wilder, DUI with property damage, Brinson .Duane Murphy, 22, 274
reckless driving involving a crash, leaving O'Quinn Road, battery/domestic, Sgt.
scene of crash with property, damage, Campbell, TCSO.
Ptl. Cash, PPD. Dec. 9:
Dec.4: Allen G. Griffin, 27, U.S. 19 N.,
Lindsay Anne Overstreet, 23, 1923 aggravated battery, Ptl. Shaw/Ptl. Cash,
Taylor, possession of less than 20 grams PPD.
cannabis, Ptl. Norris, PPD. Christopher Denmark, 21, 1468 Enoch
Eris William Ostrander, 39, 280 Leon Lane, retail theft, Deputy Padgett, TCSO.
Ward Road, FTA/no valid driver's license, Jeffery Fogg,. 45, 1975 Johnson
possession of drug paraphernalia, Ptl. Stripling, VOP (possession of less than.
Norris, PPD. 20 grams cannabis), Deputy Ricketson,.
Thomas Mathews, 61, 709 Wilder TCSO.
Street, VOP (second degree murder with James Heathington, 45, 1090 Hughes
firearm), Officer Livingston, P&R Lane, sexual battery, Deputy Rickertson,
Fallon Steadman, 25, 2785 Highway TCSO.
19 S., Lot 36, VOP (grand theft), Officer Dec. 10:
Livingston, P&R Brandon A. Padgett, 21, 2872 Foley
Tyrone Whitfield, 31, 306 E. Green Cut-Off Road, VOP (trespassing), Cpl.
Street, VOP (cheating, grand theft), Kennard, FHR
Deputy Padett, TCSO, Shalonda Abercrombie, 26, 102
SHeatner ean Hendry 'oisel, '344 1,8tephens',Str.eet, .G.WL S;,.(knowingly),
Bernard Johnson Road, DUI, DWLS Deputy Chambers, TCSO.
(knowingly), VOP (aggravated battery), Dec. 11:
Ptl. Norris, PPD. Jesse A. Cox, 20, St. Petersburg, FTA
Dec. 5: (trespassing after warning)/warrant,
Ulysses Benard Woodfaulk, 29, Deputy Bingnear, Pinellas County
130 W. Glenn Street, possession of S.O.
firearm by convicted felon, Sgt. Gray, Latoya Monique Sneed, 23, 239 Front
PPD. Street, grand theft, cheating, Deputy
Michael Paul Nabakowski, 56, no Davis, TCSO.
address given, trespass after warning Marsha Cheryleese Watkins, 28, 110
(warrant), possession of drug Alice Street, retail theft, PtI. Cordova,
paraphernalia, PtI. Norris, PPD. PPD.
Mitchell Harrison, 19, 207 W. Church Dec. 12:
Street, domestic violence/battery, VOP Marcques Kareem McGee, 22, 108
(sale/delivery of cocaine), Ptl. Deeson, Alice Street, possession of cannabis with
PPD. intent to sale, possession of drug
Richard Cain, 54, 10435 Alton paraphernalia, retail theft, Sgt. Gray,
Wentworth Road, FTA, resisting without PPD.
violence, Deputy Davis, TCSO. Jason Lee. McNair, 24, 1611 Givens
-Travis Sadler, 18, 269 Bradshaw Blvd., Street, grand theft, cheating, Deputy
grand, theft, retail theft, Deputy Johns, Davis, TCSO.
TCSO. Ira Juan Barnes Jr., 19, 415 Mitchell
Jordin Everets, 19, Melbourne, Drive, possession of cocaine, Deputy
disorderly conduct, resisting without Johns, TCSO.


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Thomas Craft, 52, 163 Jenkins Road,
kidnapping, burglary/battery, Deputy,
Burford, TCSO.
Dec. 13:
Timmesha M. Collier, 19, 1103 S.
Schwartz Street, retail theft, Sgt.-
Franklin, PPD.
Jermaine Flanders, 22, 1103 S.
Schwartz Street, VOP (sale of cocaine
within 1,000 feet of school, battery),
Officer Ingram, TCSO.
Laura Manning Johnson, 23, 106
Buffalo Drive, battery, affray, Ptl. Cash,
PPD.
Shaneice T. Johnson,. 19, 500 S.
Warner Ave., J-1, aggravated battery,
affray,,Ptl. Cash, PPD.
Kenitra Davis, 19, 1107 E. Drew
Street, battery, affray, PtI. Cash, PPD.
Warren Smith, 77, PO. Box 1751,
lewd/lascivious offense in presence of
child, exposure of'sexual organs, Ptl.
Cash, PPD.
Brian Daniel Stanley, 26, 412
Glenridge, dealing in stolen property, PtI.
Cash, PPD.
Dec. 14:
Jordin Ashley Everts, 19, Melbourne,
battery, Ptl. Shaw, PPD.
Mitchell Harrison, 19, 207 W. Church :
Street, VOP (battery/domestic violence), .
Ptl, Deeson, PPD.
Jerry Dell Golden, 41, Homosass,
DWLS (knowingly), Deputy Hayden,
TCSO.
Sandra Walford, 33, 500 S. Warner
Ave., retail theft, VOP (retail theft, no
valid driver's license), Ptl. Cordova, PPD.
Yvonne Johnson, 42, 608 Ranger
Drive, VOP (sale of cocaine), Deputy
Davis, TCSO.
Dec. 15:
Roger Dale Messer, 53, no address
given, aggravated battery/domestic,
Deputy Hayden, TCSO.
Kevin Wayne Whitehead, 27, Bernard
Johnson Road, VOP (DWLS), no officer
given.
James Bellinger, 40, 317 N.. Byron
Butler Pkwy., possession of cocaine,
possession of cannabis, FTA (battery),
Ptl. Cordova, PPD.
Dec. 16:
Yovani Alvarez Morales, 21, no
address given, no driver's license, Cpl.
Smyrnios, FHP
Ralph Harvard Stengal, 45,
Steinhatchee, DWLS (habitual), Cpl.
Lundy, FHP.
Mandi Jean Craft, 25, 1900 Woodmore
Road, leaving scene of an accident, PtI.
Johnson, PPD.
Cody Shane Blue, 19, 1057 Morgan
Whiddon Road, possession of alcohol
by person under 21, Ptl. Deeson,
PPD. '*
Gary Michael Nettles, 35, 3295 U.S.
Hwy. 221, domestic battery, Deputy
Gulbrandsen, TCSO.
Dec. 17:
Toby T. Fitchett, 27, 500 S. Warner
Street, possession of less than 20 grams
cannabis, DWLS (knowingly), PtI. Norris,
PPD.
Karl Anthony Davis,. 23, Lauderhill,,
FTA (possession of less than 20 grams
cannabis), Officer Watkins, TCSO.
Dec.18:
Timothy Spencer, 20, 3208 Vero Lane,
grand theft, criminal mischief, burglary,
Ptl. Norris, PPQ.'
Ammy Nichole Driggers, 30,
Steinhatchee, VOP, Deputy Padgett,
TCSO.
Correction:
An incorrect name was printed on a
booking record dated Nov. 23. The
correct name was: Tony Cooper, 30, 459
N. Ellison Road, DWLS/R (knowingly),
Ptl. Curry, PPD.


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