Serig the Tree Capital of the South Since 1.889
Ronald E. Jones
Local authorities are on the
look-out for a recently released
j prison inmate who may be intent
Siupon harming officers at Taylor
'!'Correctional Institution (TCI).
Ronald E. Jones, 46, failed to
register with probation officials in
St. Johns County and is now
considered an absconder/fugitive.
The Taylor County Sheriffs
Office (TCSO) has been notified
of Jones' fugitive status; all county
and city officers have been put on
alert to 'be on the look-out for
"We are also working with TCI
officials," TCSO ,Capt. Richard
0 rJohnson said.
,f Jones was released from TCI
Dec. 21 but never registered with
probation officers after reporting
,that he would be moving to St.
Johns County, according to a
report published in the
The report also noted that
'investigators learned that "Jones,
Swho was last seen in -St. Johns -
County, left there for Jacksonville
and possibly Tennessee to
acquire firearms and was
planning to return to Perry,
Possibly to harm particular
I Jones' criminal history includes
convictions for robbery with 'a
deadly weapon and false
:. He is described as a 139-pound,
white male with brown hair and
I blue eyes.
Anyone with information about
|. Jones' whereabouts may contact
I the TCSO at 584-4225.
dinner Feb. 22
Every year is a sell-out for the
Perry/Taylor County Chamber of
Commerce and now is your
chance to get ahead of the crowd.
Tickets are on sale for the
annual banquet, which will be held
Friday, Feb. 22, at the Perry Elks
Lodge. The event will toast the
theme "Achieving Excellence."
A silent auction begins at 6 p.m.,
followed by dinner at 7.
The featured guest will be
comedian/magician Dick Stoner.
Seating is limited. Tickets are
$45 per person; a table of 10 is
For reservations, contact the
chamber at 584-5366.
Final decision Tuesday
Can commission afford bail-out?
If the county commission agrees
next week to fund a request from
Doctors' Memorial Hospital.
officials for an upfront $500,000
bail-out plus a $250,000 monthly
subsidy, it would take more than
one-fourth of the county's entire
annual property tax revenue to
cover the expense.
DMH CEO Charlie Darcy made
the request during the
commission's regular meeting
Monday, Dec. 7, after presenting
financial reports showing a second
straight month with a more than
$400,000 net operating loss at the
In response to the request,
commissioners held a special
workshop Wednesday night to see
if they had funds available to meet
A public hearing will be held
Tuesday, Jan. 22, at 6:10 p.m., to
decide whether or not to' grant the
$500,000 request, which Darcy
said would support the hospital
When asked, Darcy said the
monthly subsidy would be
required until a secondary funding
source was secured, such as an
additional one-cent sales tax or a
hospital authority which could
levy ad valorem 'property taxes.
Both options were discussed at last
week's meeting, but
commissioners have not yet made
any official moves toward either.
During Wednesday's workshop,
County Administrator Jack Brown
updated commissioners on the
county's current finances, outlining
a number of budget shortfalls they
face even before they consider the
request. The county could lose
hundreds of thousands of dollars in
expected revenues this year (see
Of the county's more than $40
million budget, only about one-
fourth of that amount ip funded by
ad valorem tax dollars. The rest is
tied to grants and other restricted
funds that the county has little
choice in how to spend, Brown
If the county granted the entire
request from DMH, for $500,000
as well as the $250,000 monthly
through the end of the fiscal year
(September), and took into account
the $300,000 the county has also
given the hospital'for Emergency
Members of the TCHS Student Government were on hand to watch Timberland Ford owner Brett Falicon present a $5,540
check to Principal Michael Thompson, representing the proceeds from the "Cruise 4 UR School" fund-raiser held in December.
Shown left to right are: Haley Johstono, Colby Robertson, Chelsea Mathers, Faith Horner, Shabrala Dunwoody, Student
Government Vice President Jerry Meeks, Treasurer Chelsea Sparrow, President Rebecca Thompson, Sponsor Janet Johstono,
Principal Michael Thompson, Brett Falicon, Mayor Emily Ketring, Gregory Flowers, Jarrod Robertson and Jonathan Courtney.
Medical Services subsidies, and
some $260,000 in other health
related services (Taylor County
Health Department, inmate care:
and indigent care), the amoun.it1
would total some 34 percent of the
county's ad valorem tax revenues.
"You will strip your cash carry; *
forward if you do that," Brown-::
The Taylor County Sheriffs.:j
Department already accounts for
some 60 percent of the general':
fund, Brown added.
Please see page 6
Test drivers came out in full
force to support the "Cruise 4 UR
School" fund-raiser coordinated
by Ford Motor Company,
Timberland Ford of Perry and the
Taylor County High School
Student (TCHS) Government.
The one-day event, held in
,December, raised a total of $5,540
"for TCHS programs.
IDur-ig,,thbe event, participants
were -Itiiae" 'to test drive
an assortment of 2008 Ford
vehicles. For every person who
participated, Ford donated $20 to
the school. "With the help of our
TCHS partners, we ranked second
in the state of Florida in total
monies raised," said Dean Francis,-
general sales manager for
"The Cruise 4 UR School
"- Please see page 6
County braces for heavy losses
During a workshop held
Wednesday to discuss a request
from Doctors' Memorial Hospital,
commissioners were informed that
the county could lose hundreds of
thousands of dollars in expected.
revenues this year.
One of the biggest issues facing
the county's budget is that
approximately one half of the
county's available cash is currently
in the beleaguered State Board of
Administration Local Government
Investment Pool, which has been
plagued by financial problems
since late November.
Some $2.6 million is locked in
the so-called Fund B, and cannot
That amount is almost equal
to the county's budgeted
reserves, which under normal
circumstances, could be used to
fund requests such as the one from
Grant propels next phase
for Taylor Sports Complex
The Taylor County Sports Complex has now seen two seasons of soccer
and flag football come and go, but there is still much to be done at the
Work is beginning on a series of improvements funded through a
Department of Environmental Protection Florida Recreation Development
Assistance Program (FRDAP) grant.
The county has some $110,000 remaining of a $200,000 grant for tennis
and basketball courts as well as restrooms at the complex. The grant
expires in April, County Engineer Kenneth Dudley said.
A request for proposals is also expected to be issued in the next several
weeks for construction firms for Phase II of the complex, which is
expected to include eight baseball, multi-use trails, additional parking and
When the complex was first proposed, it was expected that the entire
project would be constructed at one time, but when available funds fell
"* Please see page 6
DMH. The remainder can be
withdrawn, but only by suffering a
In December, the county
withdrew all the funds it could
withdraw without incurring the
penalty; that money is currently
invested in a local bank, along with
any tax funds received since. The
county has already lost more than
$100,000 which had been
budgeted as revenue.
The total loss for the year could
well exceed that amount, as the
county will receive no interest on
the $2.6 million locked in Fund B,
and the funds in the bank will not
garner as much interest as had been
The county has. also been-
notified that shared revenue frolfi
state sales tax could drop more
than $150,000 below expected
levels due to a drop in tourism
"* Please see page 6
While directional signs inside the Taylor County Sports Complex point to baseball fields as well as basketball and tennis
courts, they have not been constructed. But the soccer fields, already in place, have seen plenty of game time.
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The Pride of Taylor
While searching through our historical files, we found these two Taylor County High School Band photos and would like your
'i'*elp in identifying the band members shown. The top photo was at the Florida vs. Clemson game Sept. 22, 1961. The occasion
as "Band Day" in Gainesville. The bottom photo shows band members from the Class of 1955, including Judy Laub, Gerry
Parnell, Drum Major B.C. Brown and Tom McGlocklin. If you recognize anyone else, please call 584-5513.
Editor's Note: See what Saturday
nights were really all about with this
nostalgic visit to downtown Perry written
by the late Sam Register.
As indicated previously,
Saturday was the high-point of the
week with everybody coming to
town and the merchants around the
courthouse block staying open for
business until midnight and, more
often than not, later.
But midnight was generally
accepted as "quitting time" when
the store owners and their male
employees would gather in
"Fuzzy" Cogburn's Barber Shop
for a shave, haircut and/or hot
"shower bath." The going price, I
believe, was 20 cents for shaves
and 25 cents each for haircuts and
This was a time for relaxation
and good fellowship, as only an
old-time barber shop could
provide. Having secured their
needs at the barber shop, the
patrons drifted over to Harry
Mantzanas' "El Dorado Cafe" for a
snack or full-scale meal before
calling it a "night."
There were other boys about my
age who worked in the various
stores around town, and we
followed in our elders' footsteps to
the barber shop and to the cafe,
where the older men seemed to
accept us as equals. My favorite
late night meal at the "El Dorado"
was a "hot roast beef sandwich
with gravy," served with generous
portions of fried potatoes, sliced in
thick wedges, all for 20 cents.
I still think no one has ever
cooked roast beef and fried
potatoes as good as the "El
Dorado's." Life simply did not get
any better than that, as I have often
Share your history
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Volunteer mission campers who
are currently working on the
restoration of the Robert M. Henry
Methodist Church in Shady Grove
will be guest speakers at Monday
night's meeting of the Taylor
County Historical Society.
The church, which was built in
1906, is currently undergoing a
complete restoration "thanks to the
Also slated to speak is author
Patrica Taylor, who will discuss
her book "Joy in the Midst of
Life's Storms." Copies of her book
will be available for purchase.
Society President Wanda Cash
invites all interested persons .to
attend. The meeting will begin at'
Everybody can be great.
Because anybody can
serve. You don't have to
have a college degree to
serve. You don't have to
make your subject and
your verb agree to serve....
You don't have to know
the second theory of
physics to serve. You only
need a heart full of grace.
A soul generated by love.
--Martin Luther King Jr.
The library is working to
complete its. collection of Taylor
County High School yearbooks
and needs your help.
The collection is missing the
following years: 1943, 1945,
1949, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1959,
1962, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1972,
1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1979,
1983, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991,
1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996,
1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2006 and
If you have a yearbook you
would like to donate, please
contact the library by calling 838-
January 18-19, 2008
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A-3 Perry News-Herald January 18-19; 2008
Roseheads celebrate holidays in Red Hats
Kristina Wilson, Robert E. Johstono Jr.
At Calvary Baptist Church
planned for February 16
Mike and Sandra Coxwell Wilson of Perry announce the engagement of
their daughter, Kristina (Kristi): to Robert E. (Robbie) Johstono Jr., the
son of Janet and Robert E. (Gene) Jdhstono Sr.
: The bride-elect graduated from Taylor County High School and is now
- employed at.Wilsons Bait & Tackle. She is the granddaughter of Sherry
and Udell Wilson, Millie Coxwell and the late Wilson Coxwell.
The prospective groom is also a Taylor County High School graduate,
currently working in construction. He is the grandson of the late Lula and
Emmett Johstono, and the late Bernice and R.L. Edwards.
A Feb. 16, 2008, wedding is planned at 5 p.m. in Calvary Baptist
Church with a reception following at the Perry Elks Club. All friends and
relatives of the couple are cordially invited to attend.
Steinhatchee Garden Club to
host annual spaghetti supper
The Steinhatchee Garden Club
will host its annual spaghetti
supper on Saturday, Jan. 26,
between the hours of 5 and 7:30
p.m. at the community center.
The cost of the meal is $5 per
plate. All proceeds will be used to
- fund Steinhatchee students
attending summer camp at Wekiva
Youth Camp this summer.
meet Jan. 28
The 2008 Relay For Life
Committee members will meet on
Monday, Jan. 28, at 5:30 p.m. in
the First Presbyterian Church.
A meeting of team captains will
follow at 6:30.
Captains are reminded to bring
their Spirit Points sheet, a list
which is being collected at each
.. meeting. Also, captains may turn
in money raised by team
The "Flip Flop" awards
continue with one to be awarded
for the team with the most spirit'
points and another for the most
money turned in since the Dec. 17
Teams can still register to be a
part of "Relay Around The
c A $100 registration fee (which
counts toward a team's
Sfundraising goal) is required.
"Make your plans now to come
out, enjoy a great meal, and help
sent these students to camp," said
a spokeswoman for the club.
By CHERYL GREGORY
Nineteen members of the
Roseheads of Perry, chapter 2207
of the Red Hat Society, met
Saturday, Dec. 1, 2007, at 10:30
a.m. at the Shrine Club for their
meeting and Christmas party.
Each lady brought a lunch item for
the buffet and an ornament for the
ornament exchange. A committee
of Alice Brady, Patricia Lindsey
and Nancy Simons provided
coffee, juices, paper products, a
keepsake gift for each attendee and
the beautiful decorations.
The ladies enjoyed some time
visiting together. Alice Brady rang
the Red Hat bell and welcomed
everyone. After saying the
blessing, Brady invited everyone
to the buffet, which was filled with
a variety of delicious foods.
This wonderful meal was
followed by a game where
Christmas carols had been
"renamed" using more modem
words. The object of this activity
was to correctly identify the song
by its traditional title. Everyone
enjoyed this lively game, which
was led by Nancy Simons.
The ornament exchange was
next. Each lady was given a
wrapped ornament. She could,
unwrap it or "steal" someone's
"unwrapped ornament, giving the
wrapped ornament to the lady
whose ornament she "stole."
Queen Mother Hattie Adams had
the honor of being the last to
"steal" the ornament of her choice.
However, everyone went home
with a lovely ornament for their
Laura Taylor led in singing
"Happy Birthday" to Esther Ehle,
who wore a purple hat and a red
outfit, the reverse of her usual
Martelle Shiver, captain of the
Sisters' this evening at the Snow
Fest. Come downtown tonight if
you can," concluded Shiver.
In. the absence of the
Gregory collected 2008 dues from
small pitcher and bowl, a note pad
and pen, a Christmas pillow, and a
Red Hat magnet. Winning these
items were Norma Collins,
Martelle Shiver, Iona Walker,
Laura Taylor and Nancy Simons.
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Queen Mother Hattie Adams (third from left on front row)
Society, the Roseheads, at their Christmas meeting.
group's Relay For Life team, gave
an update of the team's progress so
far and projects yet to come. "We
raised $456.35 from our Premier
Designs Jewelry Party. Consultant
Tonya Holton donated 30% of.
sales to the American Cancer
Society. We appreciate her
generosity and support very much!
We will be selling a variety of
homemade goods in front of
several members. Patricia Lindsey
reminded everyone that she will
mail a box from the group to
Thelma Birdwell on or about Dec.
15. If you want to put something in
the box, you still have time,' added
Names were drawn for the door
prizes, which were provided by the
December Committee. These great
prizes included a teddy bear, a
Everyone was thanked for
coming and wished a "Me.ry
Christmas and a Happy New Yar."
In turn, the ladies thanked the
Committee for planning this
The Red Hat bell was passed::to
the January committee, whose
members are already making plans
for the next luncheon/meeting to
be held on Saturday, Jan. 26.
Twenty-two sign up for Master Gardener course
Twenty-two persons have
registered and submitted fees for
the upcoming Master Gardener
course and the Taylor County
Extension Service can put a "No
Vacancy" sign on the door.
''"That's '.our limit," said a
spokesperson for the course which
begins March 4 and concludes
The 50-hour horticultural
Painting uinterlr & exterior
(Free Color Consultation)
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Congratulations Malika John & Marvin Graham III
on a Hollywood performance during your International
Modeling and Talent Association competitions in Los Angeles.
3rd place fashion print
Honor awards in runway, Toys'R
Us, T.V. Real People & best dressed
Honor Award in monologue
Scholarship from the New York
Conservatory for Dramatic Arts
(school of film and television)
training program is offered by the
University of Florida' Cooperative
It 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
contribute 50 hours, of volunteer
service to the Taylor Co4ity
Extension Office, ranging 'from
answering horticultural questims
over the phone to assisting inr;ld
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District soccer tourney here next week
Soccer team goes for 4th straight title
The Taylor County High boys'
soccer team will be seeking their
fourth straight district title next
week when they host the Class
3A, District 2 tournament at
Perry's Dorsett Stadium.
The Bulldogs will take on
Florida High Tuesday at 7 p.m.
The winner will advance to next
Friday's championship game
Coach Trace Laing has guided
Taylor County to a 9-5-2 record
this season and seems somewhat
surprised at the results.
"We lost nine seniors off of last
year's team and only have four or
five this year but our younger
players have really stepped up," he
Senior Josh Leverette has led
the Bulldogs in scoring but
sophomores Taylor Ratliff and Ty
Crowley are not far behind.
"Josh is really an outstanding
player. I expect to see him playing
college ball next year," the coach:
The Bulldogs' success has also
been due to some aggressive
defense, Laing said.
Senior Kendall Thompson has
had an outstanding year at goalie
while Ifellow seniors Glen
Hammers and Will Hall have been
strong in the field.
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6-pointer was a doe
Thirteen-year-old C.J. Nowling,
of Jay, Fla., took.his, first buck
Jan. 3,' while hunting with his
grandfather in Santa Rosa County
-- or did he?
'What the boy and h'is
grandfather didn't realize until they
were cleaning it was the 6-point
buck was actually an antlered doe.
"In most of these cases, what
we find is that the deer has a.
combination of both male and
female internal sex organs, and the
external sex organs are usually
underdeveloped and not well
defined," Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
biologist and Deer Management
Program leader Dr. Robert
"Deer with both male and
female sex organs are called
underdeveloped males, called
,cryptorchids,. cani be mistaken' for
antlered does because they also
,exhibit poorly developed external
sex organs," he said.
But after close inspection of the
carcass and its entrails by
veterinarian David Summerlin and
FWC wildlife technician Mike
Graves. the 110-pound deer
Nowling shot had only female sex
organs and its antlers were hard
"In most cases, antlers on
female deer tend to be malformed
and stay in velvet. A doe with
polished antlers, which is what
I'm told this young man shot, is
quite a rare occurrence,"
Vanderhoof said. "Females -with,
polished antlers are almost always
infertile and usually have tumors
on their reproductive organs,
which produce the hormone
testosterone, necessary to enable
polished antlers to develop in
Interestingly enough, foir days
later and halfway across the state
in Levy County, Cale Barber, of
Williston, shot another antlered
doe -- this one with a 4-point
rack. The deer weighed 142
pounds, which is large for Florida
deer, especially a doe.
The day started out quite normal
for Nowling and his grandfather,
Waylon Nowling, also of Jay,
who were deer hunting on a
friend's 2,000-acre tract of land on
the Escambia River known as the
While the two men sat in a
shooting house, they watched a
couple of different groups of deer,
a few turkeys and a mature black
boar-hog come into the 2-acre food
plot that afternoon to graze on
"Earlier during the hunt, I saw.
one pretty decent buck but could
never get a good shot at him,"
But at approximately 4:45 p.m.,
a nice 6-pointer stepped out of the
woods and into view along with a
doe. That's when the eighth-
grader took aim at the deer with
his .243 rifle and made the 175-
"It was a heck of a good shot,
and we couldn't climb down out of
that stand quick enough," Waylon
said. "I'm not sure who was more
excited, me or him."
But it wasn't until the two men
had the dccr hanging up to clean
when Waylon noticed .
Houston, we have a problem.
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 5:20 p.m.
until 7 p.m.
*10-under players will tryout
Feb. 11 and 12 from 5:3(T p.m.
until 7 p.m.
-Rookie tryouts for 7 and 8-
year-olds will he held Feb. 18 and
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
5i30'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. 7
A coaches meeting for the
upcoming City of Perry youth
baseball league will be held Feb.
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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"Helping You Is What We Do Best."
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
to play for title
Taylor County High girls' soccer team easily advanced intb Thursday's
finals of the District Tournament with an 8-1 victory over host Madison
Katie Cooper booted four goals to lead the Lady Bulldogs, which
improved to 14-4-3 (5-0-2).
Courteney Mincy had three goals and three assists while Savannah
Cantrell booted one goal and Hayden Barton chipped in with an assist.
Goalie Elizabeth Devane recorded five saves on the night.
Taylor County was slated to play Florida High for the district title
The winner of Thursday's match will not only claim the district title, but
will also play host in the first roundof the state playoffs to the runner-up
in the District 1 tournament being played this week at Pensacola Catholic.
The loser of Thursday's game still qualifies for the state tourney, but
must hit the road to West Florida to take on the District 1 winner.
Those games are slated to take place on Thursday, Jan. 24.
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A-5 Perry News-Herald January 18-19,2008
Word of Truth celebrates 25 years
Silver anniversary at Word of Truth
Word of Truth Tabernacle is celebrating a 25th anniversary on Saturday,
Jan. 19, with fun and food beginning at 3 p.m., leading to 7 p.m.
Services of worship are also part of the celebration on Friday, with
everyone gathering at 7 p.m., and twice on Sunday, Jan. 20, at 10 a.m. and
7 p.m. Special speakers and music are promised by founders James and
Marlene Johnson. The church is located at 3379 U.S. Highway 221 North
in Perry. Please call 223-1466 for more information.
Dyal returns to Mt. Gilead this Sunday
Pastor Gil Williams and Mt. Gilead Baptist Church welcome Alan Dyal
back for Sunday worship at 11 a.m on Jan. 20.
Glombowski takes first place
Evangel holds chili
cook-off for Relay
Evangel Christian' Fellowvship's
Relay For Life team held a chili
cook-off Saturday, Jan. 12, in their,
ongoing efforts to raise money for
the American Cancer Society.
Each participant delivered his or
her chili by 10:30 a.m. and was
identified by a number. A group of
tasters then had the task of judging
At 11, those in attendance could
begin purchasing the chili as well
as place votes for the "Crowd's
At 12:30 p.m., Erin Wilcox
announced the winners.
Shannon Hathcock received
thirdplace for his venison chili.
Second place went to Cheryl
Gregory for her beef chili. Gregory
Glombowski received first place
and "Crowd's Favorite" for his
"Our Relay For Life team wants
to thank everyone who entered our
chili cook-off and everyone who
came and ate all the delicious
chili," Event Chair Erin Wilcox
said. "All money goes to the
American Cancer Society." ,
Dyal is a former pastor of the church. currently serving as a missionary
in South Africa. Lunch will follow the .- service, and everyone is invited.
Prayer Breakfast Saturday
New Brooklyn's Youth Ministry will hold a Prayer Breakfast on
Saturday, Jan. 19, at 9 a.m. A $4 donation is requested, and everyone is
invited to attend.
Lighthouse Children's Home leads worship
The Lighthouse Children's Home of Tallahassee will be at Mt. Carmel
Baptist Church on Sunday, Jan. 20, at 6 p.m. "ministering in song and
Pastor Billy Gipson invites everyone to attend. "They will be sure to
bless your soul," he said. The church is located on Pisgah Road.
Lighthouse is an all-girls home which offers residents "a second chance
Need information on Precept studies?
The evening class of Precept studies, slated for St. Johns Christian
Fellowship, begins Monday, Jan. 21, at 6:30. If you have questions, please
contact 584-5718. (The phone number listed in both editions last week
Other Precept classes are available Tuesday and Wednesday mornings.
Please call Melody Greene at 584-7619 for details.
Kids age 3 through sixth grade invited
First United Methodist Church'of Perry announces the beginning of
Pioneer Clubs every Wednesday evening at 6:30 p.m. for kids age three
through sixth grade.
"This is a Christ-centered, Bible-based, non-competitive program," said
the Rev. James Taylor, pastor of the church. "Pioneer Clubs plant the seeds
of lifelong transformation through Bible exploration, memory work and
life application with an emphasis on teamwork."
For more information, please call 584-3028 or visit the Web site at
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Clarice Gillis Hart Doctors' Memorial Hospital. She
Clarice Gillis Hart, 91, died Jan. owned the Comer Food Store on
14, 2008, in Enterprise, Ala. Beach Road for many years.
A native of Knox Hill, Mrs. Hart Survivors include: a daughter,
was the daughter of the late John Sandy Branch of Quitman, Ga.;
Allison Gillis and Amanda two sisters, Lou Ellen Moore of
Ramsey. Perry and Eula Zwickle of Sidney,
She was a graduate of Florida Neb.; two grandchildren; and three
- State College for; Women .andI greatgrandchildren.
retired from the mi'a r 0otAr 4A, 1aro.l ls' ilbe hid I I
School District where she taught toay, Jan. 18, at 7 p.m. at Joe P.
math for 25 years. Bums Funeral Home with Danny
She had lived most of her life in Lundy officiating.
Perry until'moving to Enterprise, Family members will receive
Ala., eight years ago. She was a friends prior to the service from 5
member of First United Methodist until 7 p.m. at Burns Funeral
Church, Delta Kappa Gamma Home, which is in charge of
Honor Society for Women arrangements.
Teachers and the Taylor County In lieu of flowers, donations
Educators Hall of Fame. may be made to the Taylor County
In 1983, she was named Lady of Seniors Citizens Center, 800 W.
the Year by the Mu Omega chapter Ash Street, Perry, FL 32347.
of Beta Sigma Phil for her
dedication to teaching and to First
Survivors include: a niece, Ruth Wiliam L.
Fleming of Enterprise, Ala., .and a Punda
special friend, Catharin Norman of
Funeral services' were held
'Thursday, Jan 17, at 11 a.m. at
Beggs Funeral Home with
interment following at Woodlawn
Cemetery in Perry.
Beggs Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
Bertie Mae Branch
Bertie Mae Branch,. 75,died Jan.
15, 2008, at Tallahassee Memorial
She was a native and lifelong
resident of Taylor County. She was
a Baptist and worked for many William L.Punda, age 29, died
years as an x-ray technician at
Jn. 14. 2009 in Jacksonville
nMember by Invitation
Charity Baptist Church
580 Hwy. 27, Perry, Fla.
Every Friday 7:00 PM
Call 223-HOPE or 584-7590 for information or ride
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If you qualify, Experience Works has
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Sunday School 10:00 10:45
Worship Service 11:00 12:00
Children's Church 11:00 12:00
Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
Choir Practice 6:00 6:45
Sunday Service 7:00 8:00
Youth Group 6:00 7:30
Study Group 7:00
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Sunday Worship Services
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6:00 pm Evening Worship
8:00 pm Adult Choir Practice
Discipleship Training 6:00 pm
Programs & Bible Study for all ages!
Bring the Whole Family
Calvary Baptist Youth meet each Monday Night 6:00 pm.
Calvary B All area youth are.invited.___ ___
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Originally from Perry, Fla., he
was the son of Debra Punda
and William Guess. William
and his only sibling Robert
Punda, age 27, were adopted
by their grandparents John and
Adele Punda in 1986.
William is survived by his
beautiful daughter Morgan
Grant; his longtime girlfriend
April Withrow; his mother,
Debra Punda; one brother
Robert Punda; aunts and
uncles, Mike and Amelia
Brynes, Bill and Chris Brynes,
Jonathan and Patti Punda,
Jackie and David Feldman;
and cousins, Jason, Stephanie,
Derrick, Amber, Mamie,
Shelly, and Ester.
We know that the last few
years of his life he had becoine
the man that we all knew he
could be. He died happy.
we will miss you so.
Keep Your Eyes
"God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present
help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though
he earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart
of the sea." -Psalm 46:1-2
For more information please contact
Lakeside Baptist Church
"A Place to Call Home"
Sunday Services Wednesday Services
9:45 a.m. Sunday School 6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Mission Activities
6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship Steven Ruff, pastor
Hwy. 27 584-5688
A-6 Perry News-Herald January 18-19, 2008
Florida 4-H will celebrate its centennial anniversary in 2009 and is
seeking input for a special commemorative book which will be
published to coincide with the 100-year celebration.
The book will feature chapters devoted to each county program in
the state. Longtime 4-H volunteer Diane Whitfield is coordinating the
gathering of information for Taylor County's 4-H program. Anyone
with 4-H related photos, stories and recollections is asked to contact
Whitfield by calling 584-4329. The deadlines for entries is Jan. 25,
Student support key to
Continued from page 1
Program was a unique opportunity
for our Perry Ford -dealership,
TCHS Student Government and
the local community to raise
money for the Taylor County High.
School. I want to thank Principal
Michael Thompson and Janet
Johstono, student government
coordinator, who worked closely
with our staff to make this Ford-
sponsored fund-raiser program a
success. And, I want to thank the
many students of TCHS who
supported this worthwhile effort,"
said Brett Falicon, owner/operator
of Timberland Ford.
The Cruise 4 UR School
Program was a Ford dealer
nationwide fund-raiser program
exclusively for Ford Presidential
Timberland Ford is one of only
325 of the 4,500 Ford dealers
nationwide that have been selected
for this award "for their exemplary
Complex boasts soccer fields,
playground and picnic shelter
Continued from page 1
well short of the required amounts,
the project was cut into two
Dudley said that when the
county receives bids, staff will
have to determine if the available
funds will be enough to cover the
expense. The project may have to
be re-designed if a shortfall
The complex currently sports
three regulation soccer fields, three
youth league fields, a playground
and a picnic shelter.
Grand opening ceremonies were
held for the facility in September
State grants are at risk
Continued from page 1
Several state grants may also be
reduced as legislators are expected
to struggle with a state budget
deficit in the hundreds of millions
of dollars when their session
begins next month.
If the Jan. 29 property tax
reform amendment passes, the
county could also lose, an
additional $600,000 in annual
The Taylor Republican.
Women's Network held its annual
meeting on Monday, Jan. 14,
beginning at 6 p.m., at 591 E. Ash
Street in Perry.
New officers elected for a term
of two years include: A. J. Burch,
president; Michelle Curtis, vice
president; Karen Falicon,
treasurer; and Opal Braswell,
The network also welcomed
three new members during the
meeting: Michelle Curtis, Sheila
Sayers and Cristel Curtis.
Burch announced plans for the
District 2 Meeting, which will be
held Feb. 9 in Ocala, and the State
Republican Women's Network
Annual Meeting, which -will be
held in Tallahassee on April 7-9.
Emily Ketring led in a
discussion of voter education
issues including the local impact of
.the proposed state property tax
reform, city charter changes and
economic development incentives.
The group also discussed the
upcoming local, state and national
election, process and candidates.
Curtis announced to members
that local candidate for state
representative Don Curtis will be
participating in a candidates forum
for District 10 Seat at the Lafayette
County Farm Bureau meeting on
Monday, Feb. 11, beginning at
Members voted to change the
February network meeting date to
Feb. 4 in order to have the
opportunity to attend the forum at
the Lafayette County Farm
For more information about
Taylor Republican Women's
Network, please call Opal
Braswell at 584-7011.
Search begins for
new NFCC president
The North Florida Community College Board of Trustees unanimously
approved the procedures for a presidential search to fill the position being
vacated by Morris G. Steen Jr., who has led the rural community college
since 2001, Steen plans to retire once a replacement is named. h
Advertising for the position within the six-county district of the college
will begin Jan. 21 and NFCC will accept applications through Feb. 22.
Salary range for the position is $95,000 to $125,000. A candidate's
principal residence must be within the service area of the college, which
includes Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette,/Madison, Suwannee and Taylor
counties in north Florida. The board may expand the search field at any
time during the process.
Interviews will be conducted during March, possibly April 2008 and a
final selection may be" made as early as April or May. Election of the
successful candidate will be by a majority vote of the board.
The search guidelines and position description are available on the
NFCC Web site, www.nfcc.edu, under employment.
$2 million available for equipment?
Continued from page 1
As at last week's meeting,
commissioners appeared willing to
entertain the initial $500,000
request, but were apprehensive
about the monthly subsidy.
An additional source of revenue
discussed at Wednesday's meeting
was the existing one-cent sales tax
being used to pay the bond on the
The county has some $2 million
in excess sales tax funds that have
been raised and were to be used to
make additional payments on the
bond. Brown said county staff was
in contact with the council
overseeing the bond to determine
if the funds could be used to
purchase new equipment at the
hospital. Such purchases have been
made in the past, the .last time
being in. July 2006, when the
commission approved a request
from the hospital to spend
$128,0000 on orthopedic
While Commission Chairman
Clay Bethea told those in
attendance that the meeting was a
workshop and therefore public
comment would not solicited,
commissioners had a number of
questions for Darcy as well as
DMH Board of Directors
Chairman Scott Mixon.
"If we give you--the hospital--
the $500,000, what happens after
March?" Commissioner Pat
AYou have my
commitment that I'm going
to do whatever it takes to
keep that building running
111M Chairman Scott Mixon
Darcy said he hopes the money
will give the hospital time to begin
a number of the revenue increasing
initiatives he had laid out last
week. Those included physician
recruitment, upgrading equipment,
upfront ER and OR collections
for non-emergency patients and
contracting with a new ER
Commissioner Malcolm Page
asked what would happen if the
hospital did not receive the
"We cannot handle $400,000 a
month losses and stay solvent,"
The hospital is late on paying a
number of its vendors, and is
currently three months overdue in
paying its electric bill, which now
One possible option for the
hospital should its problems prove
insurmountable was to convert
DMH to a critical access hospital.
That option, however, is
apparently off the table. Darcy told
commissioners'that he was told by
federal officials that to be eligible
to become a critical access
hospital, DMH would have to be
more than 35 miles away from any
other existing facility. Madison
County's hospital, however, is 31
miles away and no waivers! are
Commissioners asked Brown
how much it would cost the county
should the hospital flounder and
the commission had to take over
EMS. Brown said the cost would
be around $600,000 to $800,000
during the current fiscal year.
"Mr. Page, you asked us what we-
would do if we didn't get the
$500,000," Mixon said at the:
conclusion of the meeting.
"The problems that plague the:
hospital right now are not:
problems that were created.
yesterday. The issues that we are
dealing with now are not problems-
that were created yesterday.
"We're trying to balance all of.
these things and try to come up:
with the best solution that:
maintains good quality of patient:
care, preserves the performing
employees out there and keeps the:
hospital solvent for the
community," he said.
"You have.my commitment that
I'm going to do whatever it takes to
keep that building running out
"That's all I can ask," Page said-
"There has ,got to be a way thaft
working together, we can. make:
this thing work."
*A "YES" vote on the city/county
referendum is not a tax give-a-way.
It only allows our local government to compete with other
communities to attract and retain quality jobs.
*It is not automatic.-
A business seeking incentives must convince the county
commission or city council that its salary and benefits
package reach certain thresholds.
*You still have a voice.
Any incentive granted has to be done by ordinance-,and the
ordinance process requires public hearings.
This referendum is not related to
State Constitutional Amendment #1
For more information, contact the Taylor County Development Authority at 584-JOBS
For more information, contact the Taylor County Development Authority at 584-JOBS.
B-1 Perry News-Herald January 18-19, 2008
TCMS announces honor roll
Taylor County Middle School
has announced its honor roll for the
second nine weeks grading period:
6th grade, All A's
Morgan Albritton, Justin
Calhoun, Katherine Cruce, Sierra
Das, Kaylee Denmark, Laura
Freeman, Samuel Grambling,
Joshua High, John Hilton, Garrett
Massey, "Morgan Mixon, Eric
Morgan, Grant Parker, Joe Pelt,
Richard Ratliff, Dylan Strickland,
McKenzie Sullivan, Elizabeth
Walker, Daniel Wentworth, Billie
Whitehead and Jarrett Willingham.
6th grade, A/B
William Anderson, Triston
Barfield, Destiny Bodiford,
Annsley Bohlman, Brianna
Braddock, David Bundrick,
Tamara Cobb, Ronald Dillon,
Daniel Dudley, Alexis Flowers,
Victoria Garner, Doralicia
Giacoman-Soto, Kacie Griner,
Krystan Hathcock, Layne Houck,
Adam Kalinowski, Taylor King,
Megan Lott, Tyler Overstreet,
Peyton Padgett, Kaelen Reed,
Lauryn Rew, Chance Rodgers,
Mercedez Rogers, Aucilla
Slaughter, Te'a Smith, Mitchell
Stephens, Serena Trani, Casey
Viola, Cameron Wetherington and
7th grade, All A's
Lauren Allen, Adam Anderson,
Ashley Anderson, Elaine Brannen,
James Clover, Peyton Cribbs,
Laura Davis, Justin Folsom, Keria
Gibson, Carmina Ketring, Garrett
McCoy, Alexandria Padgett,
Daimeun Praytor, Kira Sadler,
Luke Slaughter, Jonathan Thomas
and Justin Walker.
7th grade, A/B
Lucas Allbritton, Victoria
Allbritton, Kacy Bass, Hannah
Blanco, Bre'naja Blanks, Abigail
Bratcher, Taylor Chaffin, Jonathan
Coffee, Jonathon Colombini,
Adam Crumpler, Rhea Das,
Christopher Davis, Stacy Garand,
Ashley Giacomucci, Damion
Hamilton, Deanna Hernandez,
Je'da Holmes, Cheyenne Hoover,
Olivia Lee, Taylor Lilliott, Chelsea
Lytle, Katelynn Mathers, Thomas
Neshat, Unnatiben Patel, Shati
Reza, Alyson Riley, Alison
Roberts, Nicholas Sadler, Shana
Sadler, Emalee $ Shaw, Gus
Smyrnios, Manuel Smyrnios,
Jennifer Sullivan, Madison
Thomas, Derek Thompson,
Sabrina Vann, Joshua Watkins,
Nicole Willis, Austin Wynn and
8th grade, All A's
Lyndsey Carter, Aaron Crews,
Valerie Gardner, Alexander
Grambling, Macy Gregory,
Ashley Mixon, Taylor Schmidt,
Kristina Wald and Whitney
8th grade, A/B
Sha'kier August, Jabrayla Bell,
Caitlin Carter, Jessika Clark,.
Sheryl Curles, Jennicia Dowdell,:
Courtney Folsom, Joshua Franklin,'
Bryan Frazier, Jane Valerie
Gamao, Brittany Hall, ElizabethW
Harper, Jennifer Harrison,
Jonathan Hornsby, Shelby
Hunsucker, Justice Kelly, Micah
McDonald, Lindsey McHargue,
Raven Mitchell, Chelsy O'Quinn;,
Miraj Patel, Brandon Peeples,'
Kristy Potter, Kristen Reed, Skylar,
Schmidt, Chelsea Snodgrass|
Beverly Stager, William Tuten,
Roberto Valencia, Amanda Warif
and Caitlin Weatherly.
Fall '07 graduates
:E ocal students (grades K-4) are invited to a performance
of "Cinderella and the Chinese Slipper" at NFCC in Madison.
Cinderella takes the
stage Friday, Feb. 1
Bits 'N Pieces Puppet Theatre's musical production of "Cinderella and
the Chinese Slipper" comes to North Florida Community College (NFCC)
on Friday, Feb. 1, with two performances--9:30 a.m. and 11 a.ni.
This original production features Thumbelina and Bits 'N Pieces' unique
The show lasts approximately one hour. Area K-4th grade students from
schools in NFCC's six-county district, including Hamilton, Jefferson,
Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee and Taylor counties, have been invited to
the performance. Classes and individuals with elementary age children are
invited to attend. General admission tickets are $2 per person.
Reservations are required. Please call the NFCC Children's Theater at
(850) 973-1613 for reservations or more information. Classroom study
guides are available.
In this original retelling of the beloved children's classic, Bits'N Pieces'
giant nine-foot-tall puppets and costumed characters take their audience to
China, the earliest known home of their heroine Pandarella. "Cinderella"
and her family are pandas--and her Fairy Godmother, a magic goldfish! At
the stroke of midnight a gong rings in the Chinese New Year. Amidst the
"panda"-monium, the New Year Baby Dragon accompanies the king on his
search for the girl whose foot fits the golden shoe.
"For more information contact the NFCC Children's Theater at (850)
973-1653, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.nfcc.edu, keyword
This performance is sponsored in part by the State of Florida,
Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Arts
Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Bonnie Jo Wells
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North Florida Community
College has announced the list of
those awarded associate degrees or
vocational certificates for work
completed during the fall term
2007. Graduates from Taylor
Associate of Arts Degree:
Lacynda Lynn Harper, Darrae
Lashawn Moss, Tanya S. O'Neal,
Jeremiah Owens, Matthew B.
Tuten and Rebecca Suzanne
Associate in Science for
Registered Nursing: Melissa K.
Criminal Justice (with
Corrections Certificate): Debra
Sue English, Shannon Marie
Franklin, Robert D. Green and
James Michael Strickland.
Criminal Justice (with Law.
Enforcement Certificate): James
Allen Gervais and Robert M.
Criminal Justice (with
Crossover from Corrections to
Law Enforcement Certificate):
Jesse Cordova and Stacey
EMT Certificate: Michael E.
Patient Care Technician
Certificate: Nichole Olive.
The Taylor County Tourism
Development Board is seeking
applicants for vacant positions.
The' seats currently available are
Fine Free Days continue at the
Taylor County Public Library
through Jan. 31. Return all
overdue books and materials to the
library, and watch your fine be
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iWhat will '08 b
Around this time last year, I previewed what I felt
I would be the big movies over the next 12 months,
, calling 2007 the "year of the threes."
E As it turned out, most of those three-quels brought in
huge box office totals, with the "Spider-Man," "Shrek,"
and "Pirates of the Caribbean" movies taking three of the
, top four spots among 2007's top world-wide grossing,
movies, bringing in a combined $2.6 billion. Throw in
" other hits like "Harry Potter and. the Order of the
Phoenix," "Live Free or Die Hard" and "Transformers,"
and movie studios has little to complain about last
The problem was the blockbuster season was
bookended by a disappointing spring
ari and fall. In fact, it wasn't until the last
| couple of weeks in December, with "I
Sam Legend" and surprise hits "Alvin
and Chipmunks" and "The Water
Horse," that 2007. recovered from
n would have been a very lackluster end
to the year.
So far in 2008, the box office has
been mostly dominated by holdovers
from last year, but looking ahead, the
. year has its own share of movies to
anticipate. While there doesn't seem to
a theme to this year's releases, and no
real catchphrase to drop in (like "year
of the three"), there should be enough
g, out there to draw people back to
Beginning our tour, as we leave the
theatrical no-man's land that is January,
. we find that as winter turns into spring,
we have a healthy dose of action films .
and children's flicks to fill the screens. ,
i: In February alone, we get "Fool's
Gold" (Feb. 8), starring Matthew
McConaughey and Kate Hudson as ex-
spouses and treasure hunters; "Jumper"
,(Feb. 14), about people who can
teleport.'anywhere;they want and the
Point (Feb. 22), a political thriller about
an assassination with a huge cast that
Includes Dennis Quaid, Matthew Fox,
,Forest Whitaker, Sigourney Weaver
and William Hurt.
J March brings us "10,000 B.C."
V which looks like it could be the surprise
hit of the season, with the early trailers
portraying this as a action epic in the
vein of such films as "Gladiator."
* For the kids, we have "The
Spiderwick Chronicles" (Feb. 14),
; based on the best-selling series of
W books of the same name, as well as the
animated "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a
SWho" (March 14). Following them is
#Walden Media's "Nim's Island" on
gApril 14, starring Abigail Breslin
("Little Miss Sunshine," "The Ultimate
Gift") and Jodie Foster. Like last year's
"Bridge to Terabithia," also from
Walden Media, this looks like a
celebration of the power of imagination
Has both lead characters see their
Imaginations brought to life with the
power of computer-generated effects.
In Hollywood, summer officially
[begins in May, and 2008 is no
SStarting off the blockbuster season is
!"Iron Man" (May 2), bringing the
Marvel Comics superhero to the big
screen starring .Robert Downey Jr. in
the title role. I'm not that familiar with
the character, but friends in the know o
say from watching the trailer, Downey
has nailed the attitude of Tony Stark,
the weapons expert who ultimately
becomes Iron Man.
SThe Wachowski siblings, who gave
us the "Matrix" films, debut the high-
octane, live action remake of the
classic anime "Speed Racer" on May 9.
JThe trailer has to be one of the coolest
teasers in quite some time, and after
watching it a dozen or so times, I can
say with confidence that the film is
,either going to be incredibly good or .
SA week later will see the highly
,anticipated next installment in the
:"Chronicles of Narnia" series, "Prince
,Caspian." The four main actors return as they visit the
'realm of Narnmia again, only to find that 1,300 years have
:passed since they left.
*: Perhaps the movie I'm looking forward to the most is
gthe long-awaited fourth installment in the "Indiana
Jofies" series, when Harrison Ford dusts off the hat and
jhe whip for "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the
Crystal Skull" on May 22. Not'much is known so far
About the plot, but we should see some trailers soon.
- Fans of the hit HBO series "Sex and the City" will
finally get to see their favorite New York ladies on the
Nig screen on May 30.
The movies don't slow down in June, with
bDreamworks Animation's "Kung Foo Panda" kicking
?things off on June 6. Judging by the amount of early
I)romotional campaigns already unleashed for this one,
ring to theaters?
Dreamworks must be hoping they have the next "Shrek."
On June 13, we get director M. Night Shyamalan's
("Sixth Sense," "Signs") next film. Like most of his
films, we know practically nothing about the movie so
far, other than it stars Mark Wahlberg and concerns "a
couple who goes on the run from an apocalyptic crisis
that presents a large-scale threat to humanity." Hopefully
we get some trailers in the next few months to flesh that
out a bit.
Despite being critically panned his last time around,
"The Incredible Hulk" returns to theaters the same
weekend. From what I've read, this movie will
completely ignore 2003's "Hulk" and instead reintroduce
audiences to the green machine.
Pixar releases its latest,
"WALL*E" on June 27. The early
-trailers show that the wizards at Pixar
are not resting on their laurels (or
their Oscars) and the animation is
unbelievable. Little is known about
the story other than it involves
"Hellboy II: The Golden Army"
(July 11) returns with director
Guillermo del Toro, whose "Pan's
Labyrith" was one of my favorite
'films from last year. While the first
film left some wanting more (or
less), the trailer for the sequel looks
like the studio gave del Toro much
more creative freedom this time
Joining "Hellboy" is Brendon
Fraser's "Journey to the Center of the
Earth 3-D," which is being billed as
the first ever digitally produced live-
action 3-D movie. I saw the 3-D-
enhanced trailer for this one before
"Beowulf" and I can say I think I've
been converted from thinking 3-D is
a gimmick. I'll have to wait until July
to be sure.
with' "Dark Knight" (July 18)
bringing the caped crusader face-to-
face with the Joker and Two-Face.
It seems no year is complete these
days without a big-named musical
adaptation and for 2008, that film in
"Mamma Mia." The film features
music from the band ABBA and
starring, among others, Meryl Streep
and Pierce Bronsan.
"X-Files" fans got a .surprise last
year when it was announced that the
heralded Fox television show was
going to get a second movie. USA
Today published an interview with
creator Cris Carter this week, in
which he stated that "X-Files 2" (July
25) will not involve the convoluted
"mythology" of the series, but
instead t be a stand-lone movie.
Agents Mulder and Skully will both
be back in the suits.
Things slow down a bit in August
and September, but there are still a
few interesting flicks scheduled so
far, including: "The Mummy: Tomb
of the Dragon Emperor" (Aug. 1), the
third installment in the series; and
"Death Race" (Sept. 26), a re-make
of the 1970s cult favorite about a
cross-country race where there are no
October brings the start of the
Oscar hopefuls, including "Valkyrie,"
starring Tom Cruise in the real-life
story of a plot to kill Adolf Hilter
during World War II.
In November, we will get the 22nd
James Bond film, as yet untitled.
Daniel Craig returns from the well-
received "Casino Royale," as does
screenwriter Robert Wade. Director
Marc Forester ("Finding Neverland,"
"Stranger than Fiction") takes the
helm of the film, which is said' to
begin only minutes after the end of
The sixth Harry Potter film, "Harry
Potter and the Half-blood Prince"
hits theaters Nov. 21. With the war
against Voldemort almost in full-
gear, Professor Dumbledore decides
it is time to take a personal hand in Harry's training for
his upcoming battle.
December closes out the year with several big-named
adaptations and remakes. On Dec. 21, we will get
"Twilight," an adaptation of the first book in the best-
selling young adult series by Stephanie Meyer about a
girl who falls for a vampire. On the same day, the re-
make of the famous "The Day the Earth Stood Still" hits
Finally, on Christmas Day, J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek"
brings us a tale from the early days of James T. Kirk and
There are plenty of movies I didn't have time or space
to announce, and many others I haven't even heard of
yet. One thing is sure, there has to be something out
there for you.
B-2 Perry News-Herald January 18-19, 20o8
Blue Man Group returns to the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center Sunday, March h16
Tickets go on sale Saturday. .
Tour returns to Tallahassee for encore performance
Tickets go on sale Saturday for nation this winter and.through the with constant hi-tech interaction
Blue Man Group's return to spring, with their audience. The result: z
Tallahassee. as they bring their "The demand for ,encore uniquely clever interactive show
How To Be A Megastar Tour 2.1 to performances is far-reaching," said that delivers hypnotic
the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Executive Tour Producer Paul J. entertainment for all ages." :
Center on Sunday, March 16. Emery III of Emery Entertainment. San Francisco-based multimedia
Tickets are priced at $46.00 and "We are thrilled to add some artist Mike Relm opens the show|
$71.00 and will be available at the additional show elements with' a mix of spins, scratches
Civic Center box office, all including innovative new music and video clips in a "mash-'
Ticketmaster locations, technology such as state-of-the-art up of pop-culture."
www.ticketmaster.com or by video screens; new vocalists and How To Be A Megastar Tour 2.1
phone at 800-322-3602. the tour debut of the hit single is produced by St. Louis-base&
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and raw excitement of the arena becoming a rock star, Blue Man on Jan. 10 and continues through
rock concert. This full production Group is joined by an eight piece May 4. For more information
tour features state-of-the-art band and subsequently takes us visit www.blueman.com.
concert technology. This tour through, step-by-step and song-by- For additional information aboutt;
brings the Blue Man Group song, every head-'bobbing, fist- Blue Man Group's Tallahasseqe
experience to arenas across the pumping.moment of a real concert concert, visit www.tlccc.org. ( :
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
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
Sunday, Jan. 20
The Tallahassee Artist Series' 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
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 forstudents and seniors) are
available by calling 850-224-8474 or
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
"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
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AUCTION HOUSE OF MADISON will be
having its first Auction of the year this
Saturday Ja. 19. Come Early for Free
Pizza at 5:30. While it lasts. Auction starts
at 6:30. 1693 SW Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360)
Madison, Florida (850) 973-2959.
MASTERCARD, VISA AND DEBIT
CARDS, HEATED / AC-COMFY SEATS.
From Perry: Take RT 221 North to CR 360
(SW Mosley Hall Rd) Turn Right, go about
8 miles on the right. AU691-COL. RON
Sloans Big Auction
1557 Carlton Cemetery Road, Perry, Fla.
Every Friday Night. Open 5:00 p.m., starts
Auctioneers: Col. Bonney Lic #AV2021
AB2011. Tools, tool boxes, sweepers, rug
shampooers, some furniture. For more
information call 850-584-2360 or 850-584-
Yard Sale: Saturday, Jan. 19, 8:30 a.m. -
2:00 p.m., 1109 E. Julia St. Spring
cleaning, a little bit of everything, bed,
used desk, kitchen items.
Yard Sale Sat. Jan. 19, 9-3. Inside, rain or
shine, electric dryer, piano, household
items, collectibles, clothes, wringer.
washer, hydraulic lift gate, microwave,.
elect guitar, and much more. 2024 Woods.
Queen Pillow-Top Mattress Set. Brand
new in plastic with warranty. $150. Call
SOLID WOOD Cherry sleigh bed BRAND
NEW, ir bx, $25.0. (850) 5.4-711-, ..
1/18GCON2 ... .
NEW Queen Orthopedic Pillowtop
Mattress SET in sealed plastic. Full
warranty. Sacrifice $275. Can deliver. 850-
DINING ROOM Beautiful cherry table, 2
arm & 4 side chairs, lighted china cabinet.
Brand new in boxes, can deliver. Must
move, $799. 850-222-7783.
SOFA & LOVESEAT. Brand new 100%.
MICROFIBER, still wrapped, lifetime
warranty, sacrifice $499. (deliveryy
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..
GUITAR 6 string KING OF THE
FLATTOPS, Model J-200, epiphone made
by Gibson w/hard shell case $800. 2'23-
For Sale Bow Flex Xtreme2. Brand new
used only twice. Paid $2,000. must sell.
$700. 080 also, extra hundred pounds
power bands total 310 pound weight band
Piano lessons for adults and students.
Limited spaces available. Call 850-584-
2002 & Sunvision tanning bed, low hours,
like new, $1,500 OBO. 223-1149.'
For Sale: 2 love seats, blue and yellow
plaid, good condition $50 each, both for
Barn-stored round hay for sale $40 a roll.
Dining Room, Bassett table/chairs/lighted
china cabinet $150 (as is); 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-
FIREWOOD FOR SALE $50 PICKUP LOAD. CALL
Large 1 Bed/1 Bath Duplex, Cent AC &
Heat, wood floors, full kitchen, remodeled
bathroom, laundry hook-up, ceiling fans,
$475 month. First, last & security deposit,
Taking applications to rent Brand new
Beautiful brick home built by Joey Carlton.
3 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. 131 Lacour Lane.
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,
For Sale or Rent: 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2
story, clean. Available for HUD or cash.
Three months rent (first, last and security
deposit) due before moving in. $560 per
month.. References required. Available
immediately. 223-3227, leave message
For Rent: 3 bedroom, 2 bath. $600 mo.
First and last month's rent plus security
deposit required. 838-9514
1 & 2 bedroom apartments available. Call
For Sale By Owner Near Keaton Beach New or Used Mobile Homes with No.:
2,305 sq. ft. 2004 DWMH on 1.25+ acres, 4 money down for Land Owners. Call
bedroom, 2.5 bath, central heat/air, 3 Prestige Home Centers 1-800-477-2492.
decks, skirting,.gutters, 2 car garage, boat 12/12PH
shelter, heated in ground pool, fenced
back yard, gravel driveway, 2 wells, septic 1996 General 14x52 bd./1 bth New Arrival,
tank, sprinkler system, water softener, late model $8.500 as is (850)879-7095/
REDUCED $155,000, call 850-578-3094 973-2353.
for apt. 1/18-1/23
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.
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
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
Adams Beach Oaks, $27,000. 1 acre
recently cleared. Bonita Blvd. (2nd lot on
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.
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
I moved out of the area and must sell my
BRAND NEW HOME -- NEVER LIVED IN
located on Spring Warrior Rd.
2/1 1000 sq. ft. Steel Master home on 1.4 acres of completely
cleared partially fenced property. Paved drive, washer, dryer,
frigerator, microwave oven, range & many extras.
1 r O0sell a ,1bLL0i fb $69 0,Q ,
Beautiful 2/2 2006 24x44 DWMH less than.
2 miles from gulf, paved drive, 1.3 acre completely
on concrete slab with many extras. Appraised at
$90,000+ but will sell for $69,000.
C Call 352-224-5617 A
Town & Country has 1 and 2 bedroom
mobile homes for rent. Call 584-3095 for
Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
Rental assistance available. HUD
vouchers accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC & non-
HC accessible apartments. Office hours
are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-Thurs. Call 850-
584-8111, TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett Rd,
Perry, FI, 32347. Equal Housing
Westgate Hotel Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $154
weekly or S40 daily plus tax.(RV sites also
available.) 1627 S, Byron Butler Pkwy.
2 & 3 BR HC and 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. TDD 711.
Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly S550
required S45 deposit. S154 weekly or S40
daily plus tax 317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy.
Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only S260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401
WANT TO BUY
SOld Fireplace Brick 0 *
.. Gold (scrap) ~ Diamonds ~ Old Comic Books
Coins (silver) & Paper Money ~ Taylor County Memorabilia
Bedroom Dining Room Living Room Bedding
Come one... iN -o
Mondays 7:00 p.m.
k305 Puckett Road)
(Hwy. 19 North) 584-2434
*Must be 18 yrs. or older
2 mobile homes for sale must be moved.
2 BR/1 Bth 12x60 $3,995 O.B.O.
1 BR/1 Bth 12x50 $2,995 O.B.O. Ph. 838-
New 28x70 3 bd/2 bth Real Cedar Log
Home. Only $79,995 inc. Delivery and set
up. Call Prestige Home Centers 1-800-
Turn Key Repo 3 bd/2 bth on 2.5 acres in
Bronson Area. Call Prestige Home
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.
VA loans available with no money down!
Call Prestige Home Centers 1-800-477-
$149 Bi-weekly will buy you a new 2 or 3
bd/2 bth mobile home Call Prestige Home
FREE Boxer mix puppies, (1 female, 1
male) Ready in two weeks. Also a 2 year
old Boxer mix female. 843-2375.
Florida Department of Transportation has a
vacancy in Taylor County for the following
Position Number: 55004474
Broadband Title: Truck Drivers,
Heavy and Tractor-Trailer
Working Title: Senior Heavy
Closing Date: .,01./22/Q8 u0 v'...' ..
Contact Person: Summer Hayden-or
Theresa Kuhn at (850) 838-5800.
For more information concerning job
descriptions requirements and to apply
online go to :
You may also call 1-877-562-7287
If you need an accommodation because of
a disability in order to participate in the
application/selection process, please
notify the contact person in advance. We
hire only U.S. citizens and lawfully
authorize alien workers. For applicants
claiming Veterans Preference, please fax
your DD 214 to People-First @ 904/636-
2627. The Department of Transportation is
an .Equal .Employment.' Opportunity,
Affirmative Action. IDrug 'Free Workplace
THE DISTRicT SCHOOL BOARD OF TAYLOR
COUNTY HEAD START PROGRAM is
accepting applications for the following
Custodian 12-mos. 8-hrs. Minimum high,
school diploma or equivalent required.
Willing to complete Department of
Education' certification within three years.
Interpersonal skills and ability to
understand verbal and written instructions.
Knowledge of OSHA standards. Must be
able to operate/maintain machinery
necessary for cleaning the school.
,Physically able to perform duties which
may include, but not limited to, lifting (min.
of 50 Ibs.). moving, climbing. etc.
Interested applicants please contact
Taylor One Stop Career Center. (850) 491 -
.4612 or (850)838-2500. This position is
open to school board employees and the
general public. The Taylor County School
Board adheres to a drug free workplace
policy, Drug testing with a negative result
is required. Head Start employees must
pass health screening, fingerprinting, and
background check required by DCF for
licensing daycare workers. Closing date
for this position is January 24 at 12:00
Martin Electronics, Inc.
is currently accepting applications for
subicall-in guards. All applicants, are
.subject to pre-employment drug screening
and a background check by dATF. Bring
picture ID 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
LPN One full time 10 p.m. 6 a.m. position
and orie 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.
Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
Yard Sale I We buy...callus! Collectibles
Set-up 838-1422 584-7124 Mon- Tools
$8 & up, Hwy. 19S., 838-1422 ,584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture
The Aucilla Area Solid Waste Facility is
accepting applications, for a Landfill
Spotter. Duties include spotting loads of
garbage when emptied and some
occasional equipment operating.
Applications can be picked up at'the
Landfill office between the hours of 8:00
a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Aucilla Area Solid Waste Facility is an
equal opportunity employer and a Drug
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
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
Driver Jacksonville Terminal
HOME EVERY WEEKEND
'CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
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'terrt oriented? Rbtireb6rehts8.''
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
TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
Solid Waste Heavy Equipment operator-
Road Mte. Technician (RMT) $8.04 hr.
Part time Custodian ( Public. Library) -
Job descriptions and applications can be
obtained from www.tavlorcontvygov.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 Pe(ry, FL on
Tuiesdays 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
[WANT TO BUY
1941 & before 1984
Also want any annual
from Jerkins High School
Small ads...big deals.
2000 Black Chevy 4x4 Z71 Stepside'
truck, 120,000 miles, runs great, bed liner,.
toolbox, new tires, $10,000 OBO. 223--
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), alloy
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
1991 full size Chevy Blazer 350, 4WD,
Auto, 127,551 miles, $5,500 Call 584-
'99' Chevy Tahoe 4x4, leather, heated
seats, CD player, $5,500 must sell. 838-
1998 Cevrolet pick-up. Automatic, V6,
Cold Air, $2,950 090. Call 850-948-4869.
1990 Freightliner C.C. with flatbed trailer,
tarps, straps, road ready. Come off the
road Dec. 2007 Heavy Rd.. use Tax pd up
until June 2008. Will sell for $8,500 or will
trade for tractor implements of equal value.
Call 850-584-8656 or 850-371 -08665(cell)
16.5-ft Canoe excellent condition with 2:
paddles. Asking $300 Call 578-2379.
0 /16. Mi :,; sf:o ,..... ;
2003 660 Grizzly four wheeler 4x4, low-
miles, good condition, $5,700 OBO.
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
Bush Hogging, Grading and Tree
Removal. Call Bill at 578-2379.
TREE REMOVAL/STUMP GRINDING
Tree Surgery Landscaping
52 Bucket Truck
Licensed & Insured/All Work Guaranteed .
Lowest Prices in the Area
John Sesock, owner 850-584-2027
Carpet, Tile and Grout cleaning & sealing,
Call 850-838-2805 or 850-843-1639
Hi, Taylor County! Chad H. Dees Lawn
Care is licensed and insured. Call for free
estimates. Chad H. Dees Lawn Care -
850-584-8959. Chad H. Dees. owner.
Residential swimming pool cleaning
Matthew J. Lorentz 223-2164 or 321-624-
A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush hog
mowing, rake work, dirt leveling and
complete lawn service. Call 584-6737.
& CARPET CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours
~ Tile Floors- ,
~ Pet Odors ~
Handyman Special in Perry For Sale
Sat., Jan. 19
12:00 noon-4:00 pm
2 Bedroom, 1 Bath REDUCED to $34,000
OPEN TO ALL OFFERS!
Corner Lot 201 W. Ash St. -- Perry, Fla. -- 1-727-247-5360
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B-5 Perry News-Herald January 18-19, 2008
At the Booking Desk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY
21ST MORTGAGE CORPORATION FI/K/A
21ST CENTURY HOME HORTGAGE
CASE NO. Q7-751 CA
DAVID R. HORNSBY; THE UNKNOWNT
SPOUSE OF DAVID R. HORNSBY; IF LIVING.
INCLUDINGG ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SAID DEFENDANT(S).'IF REMARRIED. AND
IF DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
tiEIRS. DEVISEES, GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY.
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE
NAMED DEFENDANT(S); UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that. pursuan- *o
a Final Summary Judgmen" of
Foreclosure entered in the above-s'yled
cause, in the Circuit Court of Taylor
County, Florida, I will sell the proper-y
situate in Taylor County, Florida,
described as: THE NORTH 1/2 OF THE
SOUTH 1/2 OF LOTS 7 AND 8. BLOCK 40.
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGES 26
AND 27, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
fAYLOR COUNTY. FLORIDA; -
AND COMMENCING AT THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF BLOCK 40, AND RUN SOUTH
52 5 FEEt FOR POINT OF BEGINNING;
THENCE RUN WEST 100 FEET; RUN SOUTH
52.5 FEET; RUN EAST 100 FEET: RUN NORTH
52.5 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
ALL LYING AND BEING IN STEINHATCHEE
SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS.RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGES 26 AND 27. OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
To include a: 2000 King VIN N89733A
81149109 2000 King VIN N89733B
81137931 A/K/A 1512 Steinhatchee Sub
Steinhatchee, FL 32359
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, At the West door of the
Taylor Courthouse,. 108 N-Jefferson
Street. Perry, Florida 32347 at 11:00 a.m..
on MARCH 11. 2008.
DATED THIS 11 TH DAY OF JANUARY 2008.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of the date of
the lis pendens, must file a claim within
60 days after the sale.
Witness, my hand and seal of this court
on the 11TH day of January 2008.
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
BY: Marti Lavalle
This instrument prepared by:
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive Tampa, FL 33619-
Attorneys for Plaintiff
In accordance with the American with
Disabilities Act of 1990, persons needing
a special accpmmodoation 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) 955-9771 (TDD) or
(800) 955-8770 (voice), via Florida Relay
!11' ; . '
'NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT
-NOTICE OF INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE
TJanuary 18. 2008
City of Perry
224 South.Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
These notices shall satisfy two separate
but related procedural requirements for
activities to be undertaken by the City
REQUEST FO.R RELEASE OF FUNDS
On or about February 5, 2008 the City of
Perry will submit a request fo the Florida
Department of Community Affairs for the
release of Community Development
Block Grant funds under Title I of the
Housing and Community Development
Act. as amended, to undertake a
project to install sanitary sewer lines and
sewer hook ups in a residential
neighborhood. The neighborhood is
bounded by Dundee Street on the
North, Graham Street on the East.
Granger Drive on the South and
Washington Street on the West. The
project is funded by grant funds from
Ihe Florida Small Cities Community
Development Block Grant in the amount
I of $700,000 and City funds in the amount
ENDINGG OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT,
The City has determined that the project
will have no significant impact on the
buman environment. Therefore, an
Environmental Impact Statement under
the Notional Environmental Policy Act of
1969 is not required. Additional project
.information is contained in the,
Environmental Review Record on file at
,the City of Perry, 224 South Jefferson
Street. Perry, FL 32347 and may be
examined or copied weekdays from
9:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M., Monday through
Any individual, group, oragency may
submit written comments on the
4 Environmental Review Record to the
City AlL comments must be received
by February 4, 2008 Comments will be
considered prior to the City of Perry
Requesting a release of funds.
Comments should specify which notice
they are addressing.
RELEASE. OF FUNDS
The City certifies to the Florida
Department of Community Affairs and
,U. S. Department of Housing and Urban
,Development that Emily Weed Ketring,
;in her capacity as Mayor consents to
accept the jurisdiction of the Federal
Courts if an action is brought to enforce
responsibilities in relation to the
environmental review process and that
these responsibilities have been
satisfied. The State's approval of the
certification satisfies its responsibilities
under the National Environmental Policy
Act of 1969 and related laws and
authorities and allows the City to use the
CommunifV Development Block Grant
OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF FUNDS
The Florida Department of Community
-:Affairs will accept objections to its
release of funds and the City
certification for a period of 15 days
following the anticipated submission
date or its actual receipt of the request,
whichever is later, only if they are on
one of the following bases: (a) the
certification was not executed by the
Certifying Officer of the City;
(b) the City has omitted a step or failed
to make a decision or finding required
by the U. S. Department of Housing and
lTJrbah Development regulations at 24
Code of Fedeol! Reguloiaons Par' 58: (c)
The gron" reciiten' has commit-ed funds
or incurred cos's no- authorized by 24
Code of Federal Regulations Part 58
before 'elease of funds by the S-o'e; or
(d) ono-her Federal agency oc'ing
oursuon- 'o 40 Code of Federal
iRegu-loons Pof 1504 has submi'ed a
wi-'-e'. fdnong -no- "h9 project" is
u, sa-sfoc-oy/ f'om -he standpoin- off
environmen'Oi' qua 'yi Oole9'rOns ims"
be p'eoared and suomi-'ed in
accordoance wi-h The required
procedures (24 Code of Federal
Reguloa'ons oar- 58. Sec 58.76) and shall
be addressed -o The Flonrida
Depor'men' of Communi-y Affairs,
Commun-y Develppment Block Gran'
2555 Shumord Oa' Boulevard.
Tollahdssee. Florida 32399-2100.
Po'en- il objec'ors should conTac' the
Ciy -o verify -'ie oc'uoi las- day of The
Emily Need Ke'ing. Mayor
Ci-y of Perry
Environmen-al Cer'ifying Otficer
N'dtice and Public Explanation of, a
Proposed Activity in the
100-Year Floodplain and Wetland
To: All Interested Agencies, Groups and
This is to give notice thot,the City of Perry
has conducted an evaluation as
required by Executive Orders 11988 and
11990 in accordance with the
Department of Housing and .Urban
Development regulations at 24 CFR
55.20 to determine the potential affect
that its activity in the floodplain and
wetland will have on the environment.
The City of Perry intends to undertake a,
project to be funded by a Florida Small
Cities Community Development Block
Grant This project will consist of
installation of sanitary.sewer lines and
sewer hook ups -in a residential
neighborhood. The neighborhood is
bounded by Dundee Street on the
North, Graham Street on the East,
Granger Drive on the South and
Washington Street on the West. This is an
existing neighborhood that is already
built-out, has paved roads and existing
centralized water service,
It has determined that it has no
practicable alternative other than to
proceed with the work. This activity will
have no significant impact on the
environment for the following reasons:
this is an existing neighborhood, the
roads are paved and there are existing
wn ter lines already in
Although the project is located in the
100-year floodplain, the improvements
cannot, be undertaken in any other
location due to the scope of the
project. There. is; therefore, no
practicable alternative. .
The proposed improvements conform
to applicable floodplain protection
standards. The proposed action will not
affect natural or beneficial floodplain
values, and residents of the commUnity
will benefit from the project. Failure to
provide these improvements would
result in no sanitary sewer lines being
placed and the continued use of
individual septic tanks.
Additional agencies involved in this
project include the Florida Department
of Community Affairs, the U.S.
Department of Housing and Urban
Development, the Florida Department
of Environmental Protection and the
Suwannee River Water Management
D .le :.ii. ubuiou'-u auvl .2 uniisbio
Wrtter ,cmments, must-be repeved, Iy,'
the City at the following address on or
before February 4, 2008: Emily. Weed
Ketring, Mayor, 224 South Jefferson
Street Perry, FL 32347. A more detailed
description of the project an d the
Federal Emergency Management
Agency flood maps ore available for
citizen review at City Hall. 224 South
Jefferson Street. Perry, FL 32347.
Emily Weed Ketring, Mayor
City of Perry
Environmental Certifying Officer
224 South Jefferson Street
Perry, FL 32347
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY
OTIFINANCIAL EQUITY SERVICES, INC.,
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 O'F
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 DETENDANT(S); CITIFINANCI, L
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;
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,.
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, TRUSTEES OF WILLIAM H. SULLN
AN. DECEASED; CHRISTOPHER GASKINS,
HEIR; IF LNING, 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
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 plaintiffs attorney, whose
name and address appears hereon,
.v-nin -hir y days of The firsT pubiica ion of
this No'ce, !ie nature of "his proceeding
being a suiT for foreclosure of mortgage
against' -he following described
proper-y, o wiT SOUTH 1/2 OF LOT
(BLOCK) 17 OF N .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 HENIDRY AVE PERRY, FL 32347
it you fail -o tile your answer or wriT-en
defenses in the above proceeding, on
plaintiff's attorney, a defaul- .ill be
en-ered against you fotar The relief
demanded in -he Complaint or Petition.
DATED oT TAYLOR County This 7 day of
Clerk of'he Circuit Court
By Mari Lavalle
In accordance wi-h The American wi-h
Disab!lc-ies Act of 1990, persons needing
a special accommodation ;o
participo'e in this proceeding should
contacT -he ASA Coordinator no later .
than seven (7) days prior to the
proceedings. If hearing impaired,
please call (800) 9559771 (TDD) or (800)
955-8770 (voice). via Florida Relay
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
'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR TAYLOR
File No. 07-1032 CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF JOHNNIE MURLINE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
JOHNNIE MURLINE GRIFFIN. deceased,
whose date of death was December
30, 2006, and whose social security
number is 259-38-0795, is pending in the
Circuit Cout for Taylor County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which is
Post Office Box 620, Perry, Florida 32347.
The names and addresses of the
personal representatives and the
personal representatives' attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent arid 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 ,acl,gqims or
d' emands against decedent's estate
'mut, file 'their claims'. with is court,
WITHIN'3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
*FIRST PUBLICATION bFrTHIS NtICE '
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733,702
OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
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 Pi'rsrdl'Representitiv6e
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
The City of Perry
is hiring for the following
Req: Must have a valid Florida
Drivers License and possess a
minimum o' a Class "C" Wastewater
Treatment Plant Operator Certificate
as issued by the State of Florida.
Salary Range: $14.20-$18.13-
Applications are available:
Online: Applicatllons and job
Descriptions are available at
(Register as a job seeker. Search in Taylor County.
Click on desired position.)
Send printed and completed
Application via mail to:
200 West Base Street, 2nd Floor
Madison, FL 32340
Employment Connections Mobile Unit
Wednesdays from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm in the
Kmart parking lot (1809 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.)
Employment Connections Madison Office
Located at 200 W. Base St. 'Madison, FL 32340
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
Editor's note: It is the policy of this possession of cocaine, battery
newspaper to run the names of all (domestic), Ptl. Curry, PPD.
those arrested and booked at the Bernard Louvell Mitchell Jr., 19, 106
Taylor County Jail. All those listed W. Kennedy Street, resisting without
below have been charged with a crime, violence, possession of cannabis, FTA
but are considered innocent until (disorderly conduct), Ptl. Deeson, PPD.
proven guilty. James Leo Armstrong, 61, 7259
Dec. 19: Valhalla Ranch Drive, domestic battery,
Daniel Shane Cruce, 23, Shady Deputy Davis, TCSO.
Grove, VOP/fleeing and eluding officer, Shirley Mae Gudin, 42, 3619 Highway
court. 98 W., domestic battery, Deputy Johns,
Kristina Alexander, 23, 306 Folsom TCSO.
Place, grand theft, Ptl. Cordova, PPD. Betty Sue Thomley, homeless,
Kenneth Williams, 72, 513 N. Orange trespass, possession of drug
Street, video voyeurism, PtI. Cash, PPD. paraphernalia, PtI. Griffin, PPD.
Jolanda D. Harris, 23, 500 S. Warner Dec. 31:
Street, grand theft, Ptl. Cordova, PPD. Victoria Tryionza Davis, -19, 500 S.
Kristy Crabtree, 24, 1315 Center Warner Ave., VOP (leaving scene of
Street, grand theft, cheating, Ptl. accident), no valid driver's license,' Ptl.
Cordova, PPD. Norris, PPD.
Tonya Denise Bonaparte, 25,708 W. Ryan O'Neil Bryant, 18, 307 Sandra
Church Street, cheating, Ptl. Norris, PPD. Street, sexual battery, FTA (DWLS), Ptl.
Dec. 21: Cash, PPD.
Jordin Ashley Everts, 19, Melbourne, Deborah Holland, 55, 709 N.,Wilder
exposure of sexual organs, disorderly Street, child support, Sgt. Gray, PPD.
conduct, PtI. Deeson, PPD. Forest Lee Thomas, 19, 115 N.
Thayer Nicky Odom, 64, 12810 Spring Beverly Street, DWLS (knowingly), PtI.
Warrior Road, domestic assault, Geyer, PPD.
domestic battery, Deputy Hayden, TCSO. Casey L. Deller, 20, Steinhatchee,
Kimberly Diann Harrington, 38, 3516 DWLS, Deputy Gulbrandsen, TCSO.
Old Dixie Highway, criminal mischief, Jessie Mathis, 39, 807 E. Quail Street,
stalking, VOP PtI. Cash, PPD, DWLS (knowingly), PtI. Norris, PPD,.
Howard Scott Clark, 24, 2037 Golf Jan. 1:
Course Road, DWLS (knowingly), DUI William Channing Bowden, 31, 1180
(4th), refusal of DUI test, PtI.Norris, PPD. Roberts Aman Road, vehicle theft,
Dec. 22: Deputy Burford, TCSO.
Hollan Shaquay Linnen, 19, 202 Alice John Lee Crocker, 60, 1610 Givens
Street, battery, burglary, PtIl. Cash, PPD. Street, FTA (cruelty to animals), Pt,..
Richard Joseph Casella, 41, 5609 Norris, PPD. .
U.S. Highway 19 S., DUI (2nd), refusal to Robert Stevens, 28, 229 Landry-Road,
submit to DUI test, Deputy McKenzie, battery/domestic, VOP (DWLS,-burglary
TCSO. of conveyance), PtI. Cash, PPD.
Dec. 23: Jackie Willoughby, 25, 71628 Beach
Betty Sue Thomley, 55, homeless, Road, domestic battery, battery, Deputy
trespass after warning, PtI. Campbell, Woods, TCSO.
TCSO. Jan. 2: -
Kenneth Roy Vaughn, 37, 17401. E. Kenneth Howard Porter, 31, 402 W,
Royal Oak Drive, battery (domestic), Cherry, battery, criminal mischief, Deputy
Deputy Chambers, TCSO. Davis, TCSO.
Dec. 24: Jan.3:
Christopher A. Phillips, 30, 112 Walter Jimmy Wayne Williams, 32, 215 N.-
Smith Road, DWLS/R, wanted person Cherry Street, VOP (resisting with
(child support), Ptl. Curry, PPD. violence, battery on law enforcement
Dec. 25: officer), Deputy Albritton, TCSO.
Rodney A. Norris, 42, Homosassa, Tiffany Lynn Hicks, 29, St. Petersburg,
burglary, trespass after warning, criminal VOP (possession of less than 20 grams.
mischief, Deputy Johns, TCSO. cannabis), Deputy Williams, TCSO.
Donnie Ray Tucker, 42, 1103 S. Allen Dale Simms Jr., 25, 2946
Schwartz Street; battery (domestic), PtI. Dorman Rd., VOP (possession of less
Murphy, PPD. than 20 grams cannabis), no officer
Lydia Ann Brady, 37, Tennille, battery given.
(domestic), Deputy Gulbrandsen, TCSO. Jan. 4:
Christopher Quentin Pitts, 30, 2645 Sherri Ann Grambling, 33, 27127
Mixon Road, DWLS/R; Sgt. Gray, PPD. Dorman Road, retail theft, PtI. Shaw,
Dec. 26: PPD. .
Perry McFadden, 54, 117 E. Pace Paul Dunkelberger, 42, 5850 West
Dgive, strong armed robber',' possegsiot" Blu'e"FFisth Lane: cheatin theft, PtI.
of firearm by convicted felon, Sgt. Gray, Norris, PPD.
PPD. Elizabeth Marie Faircloth, 34, 5859
Eric Weekly, 24, 8320 Beach Road, Courtney Grade Road, FTA.(pre-trial),
VOP (possession of less than 20 grams Ptl. Norris, PPD.
of cannabis), Officer Watkins, TCSO. Jan. 5:
Dec. 27: Jeremy Tye Cooper, 28, 4533 Fortner
Stephen Bradley Grubbs, 23, 1731 Circle, DWLS, Cpl. Kennard, FHPR
Holt Road, uttering, forgery, cheating, Allen Michael Collins, 23, Clifton, Ariz,,
Deputy Padgett, TCSO. possession of more than 20 grams
Thomas Wellman Greist, 31, 204 cannabis, Ptl.Norris, PPD.
Forest Park Drive, DWLS (knowingly), .James Sadler, 22, no address given,
PtI. Cash, PPD. retail theft, resisting with violence,
Thomas Howard Barnes, 24, 1409 S. battery on law enforcement officer,
Parker, possession of less than'20 grams carrying concealed weapon, PtI.
cannabis, PtI. Cash, PPD. Campbell, PPD:
Chastity Houston, 34, 111 W. Glenn Cynthia Lynn Goff, 25, Clifton, Ariz.,
Street, grand theft III, PtI. Cash, PPD. possession of more :than 20, grams
Dec. 28: cannabis, DWLS knowingly, VOP (no
Jackie Y. Gaines, 42, 239 Front Street, valid driver's license), PtI. Norris, PPD.
burglary, battery, attempted grand theft, James Hart, 42, Hahira, Ga., giving
Ptl. Griffin, PPD. false information, Deputy Woods, TCSO.
,Kimbricka Adrena Price, 18, 104 Alice Jan. 6:
Street, retaliating against a witness, Brian McMillan, .23, Steinhatchee,
battery, criminal mischief, PtI. Cordova, DWLS, VOP (DWLS), Cpl. Smyrnio's,
Kevin Michael Strain, 30, 2660 Jordin Ashley Everts, 19, Melbourne,
Shipman Lane, domestic battery, Deputy improper use of 911, disorderly conduct,
Cruse, TCSO. PtI. Shaw, PPD.
Dec. 29: Jeffrie D. Leet, 43, no address given,
Deryl Lomax, 28, 500 S. Warner Ave. DWLS, Deputy Woods, TCSO.
battery (domestic), VOP/grand theft, PtI. Jan. 7:.
Griffin, PPD. Keith Nolan Wynn, 39, 3559 Freeman
Jimmy Wayne Williams, 32, 215 N. Courtney RJ., FTA (DUI), Deputy Bell,,
Cherry Street, trespass (felony), TCSO.
possession of firearm by convictedfelon, John Edward Rukavina, 53, 13243
Officer Albritton, FWC. Strickland Bridge, DUI, Deputy Hayden,
Melissa Ann Mallory, 29, 902 E.Wilson Larry Mitchell, 46, Warner Ave #A-4,
Street, DWLS (knowingly), Officer trespass after warning, resisting without
Murphy, FHR violence, Ptl. Campbell, TCSO.
Mark Martin Green Upshaw, 32, 1613 Cociquina Braddock, 34, 118 Lewis
S. Woodward Street, DWLS/R, Deputy Road, trespass after warning, Deputy
Hayden, TCSO. Lundy, TCSO.
Forest Lee Thomas, 19, 115 N. Sean P. Mitchell, 20,204 E. Elm Street,
Beverly Street, FTA/DWLS, Ptl. Deeson, VOP, warrant (grand theft), Deputy
PPD. Carlton, TCSO.
Ricardo S. Anderson, 25, Clearwater, Larry White, 52, Ft. Lauderdale, VOP
(aggravated assault with deadly
weapon), no officer given.
Christopher Justin Kinsey, 21, 2161
Kinsey Road, DWLS/R, PtI. Johnson,
Rueben Mathews, 45, Cross City,
violation of community supervision,
Deputy Johnson, TCSO.
James Mackay, 49, New Smyrna,
burglary, theft, disorderly conduct,
battery on law enforcement officer,
Deputy Davis, TCSO.
Isaac Jackson, 29, 239 Front Street,
VOP (aggravated battery), Officer
Daryle Bernard Florence, 37, Malone,
VOP (grand theft), Officer Murphy,
Jerry Wayne Willis, 52, 1220 Glennis
Cruse Road, burglary, theft, Deputy
Michael Paul Nabakowski, 57, no
address given, trespass after warning,
PtI. Johnson, PPD.
Christina Suzanne Bodiford, 26, 3235
Johnson Stripling. Road, burglary, theft,
Sgt. Lee, TCSO.
Andrew H. Williams, 42, 305 West Ash
St., aggravated battery, Ptl. Griffin, PPD.
Allen Winnie, 46, 1974. Kinsey Road,
VOP (introduction of contraband to jail),
Deputy McKenzie, TCSO.
Monica Grace Harding, 42, Land-0-
Lakes, controlled substance prescription,
possession of less than 20 grams
'cannabis, drug paraphernalia, Cpl.
:Cindi Renee Harding, 21, Land-0-
Lakes, possession of controlled
substance, possession of less than 20
grams cannabis, Cpl. Sleigher, FHP.
Elana Helton, 24, 124 Cashmore
Street, possession of cocaine, tampering
with evidence, PtI. Norris, PPD.
,'Forrest Lee Thomas, 19, 115 N.
Beverly Street, VOP (possession of
cocaine), Officer Ingram, TCSO.
Micah L. Folsom, 29, Mayo,
possession of cocaine, PtI. Norris, PPD.
April Cobb, 24, 100 Elmo Scott Ave.,
false report of a crime, misuse of 911,
PtI. Cash, PPD.
Allen Earl Souza, 35, 30 Mangum
CIlse Road, domestic battery, Deputy
Tony Cooper, 30, 806 E. Page Street,
VOP (battery on law enforcement
.officer), PtI. Norris, PPD.
Daniel Leon Buzzell, 46,
Steinhatchee, battery domestic,
cheating, Deputy Burford, TCSO.
Arthur Lee Humphery, 21, 305 Second
'Street, VOP' "(fleeing and $.lLding,
-resisting without violence, no driver's
license), Deputy Hayden, TCSO.
Brinson Duane Murphy, 22, 274
O'Quinn Road, VOP (possession of
cocaine), Deputy Johns, TCSO.
Louis Dearon Gaddy, 27, 310 Saxon
Street, VOP (sale and delivery of
cocaine), sale or delivery of cocaine, PtI.
David Merrir Schuler, 18, 15812
Breeze Drive, grand theft of fire
extinguisher, burglary, criminal mischief,
PtI. Murphy, PPD.
Tashea Laquez Everett, 31, Lake City,
VOP (resisting arrest without violence),
driver's license restriction, Officer
Jessie Franklin Whiddon, 46, 187
Bradshaw Blvd., DUI, PtI,. Curry, PPD.
Mancel Tyler Sherrer, 25, 1492
Pinecrest Rd., DUI (2nd), reckless
driving, criminal mischief, Deputy Johns,
Bertie Branch, 75, P.O. Box 249,
leaving the scene, DUI, Ptl. Johnson,
Robert Allen Murphy, 39, 1874
Johnson Stripling Road, battery, DWLS
(habitual), Deputy Johns, TCSO.
John L. Crocker, 26, 706 W. Church
St., retail theft, Ptl. Johnson, PPD.
Tony Austin Hawk, 22, 1627 Highway
19 South, DWLS/R (knowingly), PtlI.
Sherman Faulk, 26, 1400 S. Center
St., battery/domestic, PtI. Johnson, PPD.
Kiley R. Hall, 27, 123 Buffalo Drive,
aggravated battery, aggravated assault,
battery/domestic, PtI. Johnson, PPD.
Jacquelyn Denise Sneed, 46, 1206 E.
Main St., trespass after warning, Ptl.
Justine E. Roberts, 21, Greenville, FTA
(petit theft, criminal mischief), Sgt.
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