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TfJeCdVy, .J)aq. 29


Voters face

national,

state and

local issues

Come out and vote Tuesday.
That's the message from the
supervisor of elections' office,
which is bustling with workers
preparing for the Jan. 29
Presidential Preference Primary.
Polls open at 7 a.m. Tuesday and
close at 7 p.m. Results will be
posted on the elections Web site at
www.taylorelections.com.
Results will also be displayed on
a large viewing screen set up in the
courtroom located on the third
floor of the courthouse.
"We are also asking residents
whi.-have requested an absentee
bailoftbut have not yet received it
in-the: mail to contact our office
inriediately," Deputy Supervisor
of -Elections Dana Southerland
said.:
Voters are reminded that photo
and signature identifications must
be presented to poll workers
issuing ballots.

", Please see page 3



Two plan


bid for


sheriff's


office

It's just one month into the 2008
election year and candidates are
coming forward on almost a
weekly basis.
.:The latest to file candidacy
irWyfs with the supervisor of
~tibio ns office are Del Edward
iilker Sr. (R) and D.E. "Donnie"
fiai(D), both who will be
Seekirig the office of sheriff, and
Bruce Ratliff (D), who is running
S--property appraiser.
Malcom V. Page (D) also signed
on this week to seek re-election to
his District 1 county commission
seat.
Incumbent Dennis Roberts (D)
has filed documents stating his
intent to run for re-election to the
public defender's office (third
diriuit).
-They join a list of local
candidates seeking the following
offices:
Tax Collector: Incumbent Jack
Tedder (D) and Kyle Rowell (D).
*'* Supervisor of Elections: Dana
Siutherland (D).
Property Appraiser: Jason
Heartsfield (D).
Third Circuit Judge (Group 4):
Greg Parker.
The Primary Election will be
held Tuesday, Aug. 26, followed
by the General Election Tuesday,
Nov. 4.
Incumbents who face re-
election include: Clerk of Court
Annie Mae Murphy, Property
Appraiser Eldon Sadler, Sheriff
L.E. "Bummy" Williams,
Supervisor of Elections Molly H.
Lilliott, Tax Collector Jack Tedder

"-' Please see page 3


Some 200 people filled the
county courthouse's third
floor courtroom to capacity
to hear the commission's
decision whether or not to
grant a request from
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
for $500,000. The hearing
was originally scheduled to
be held at the Courthouse
Annex, but after the
commission meeting room
and adjacent lobby filled to
capacity, forcing some to
remain outdoors in the rain,
commissioners voted to
move the hearing to the
courthouse.
(Photos by Mark Viola)


Few details on hospital's



'Plan B' for financial crisis


With Tuesday night's decision
by the county commission to deny
a request for a $500,000 bail-out
for Doctors' Memorial Hospital,
many are asking what the hospital
will do now.
At the public hearing, which had
some 200 people in attendance,
DMH Board of Directors
Chairman Scott Mixon addressed
commissioners after it was
apparent the vote would not go the


hospital's way.
"We can appreciate and
understand how difficult that
decision could be," Mixon said.
"Right now the decisions that we
make as the DMH board are
difficult for us. But now that we
know that the county is unable to
assist DMH with unfunded
medical care, we have a plan and
we have to implement that plan
drastically and immediately to


reduce the costs associated with
some of the services we provide at
DMH."
DMH CEO Charles Darcy said
the hospital would be making
"changes" to control expenses.
"Our greatest expense is salaries.
We are taking measures to control
those expenses," he said, but
would not elaborate on whether
"-* Please see page 5


Before a crowd of some 200
people, many of whom were
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
employees, the county commission
denied a request from hospital
officials for a $500,000 bail-out.
The request, which also asked
for a $250,000 monthly subsidy,
was made earlier this month by
DMH CEO Charles Darcy and
Board of Directors Chairman Scott
Mixon. They made the request
after reporting that the hospital had
experienced two straight months
with net operating losses
exceeding $400,000.
Tuesday's public hearing lasted
only 90 minutes, but ended with
commissioners citing their own
financial concerns before voting
unanimously to deny the request.
While the hearing drew one of
the largest crowds in recent
memory, only 22 people took the
podium to speak out on the
request.
Most of the public comments
were not about the request itself,
but about keeping the hospital
open.
"A hospital is one of the finest
assets a community can have," said
Donald Bowden. "We have a fine
facility here. Let's keep it here."
"If you close the hospital, you
won't have any help," said 33-year
DMH employee Mildred
Alexander. "Treat the hospital like
your home. You love your home.
You want to keep your home."
Later in the meeting,
Commissioner Malcolm Page said
he was surprised by the comments
about closing the hospital.
"Is this a scare tactic or is this for
real?" he asked.
"The request before us is for
$500,000. I asked very early
on--do you have a plan? I still don't
have a total vision of the plan.
We're at that point that I need to
know."
Almost all who spoke supported
the hospital, but a number called
for more accountability within
DMH's financial.
"What I see is more questions,"
Bill Brynes said.
"We need to know why we keep
losing physicians," said Cindy
Hutchins.
"I don't think a corporation
should be allowed to ask private
citizens for money," Neil Rice
said. "We're feeding a dead horse
here."
Dr. Miles Nelson spoke about
what he saw as the root cause of


the hospital's problems: the
downturn in admissions. Recent
census numbers of admitted
patients show between 10-12 daily
while the hospital needs 18-20, he
added.
"On any given day" there are 60
Taylor County residents in other
area hospitals, 45 of whom could
be treated locally, he said.
"The problem is the lack of
admissions by local physicians,"
Nelson said.
When it was time for the
commissioners to speak,
Commissioner Pat Patterson was
first, speaking passionately about
the community's need for a
hospital, but also the need for
financial accountability and good
medical services at DMH.
"I know everybody in this room
cares very deeply about Doctors'
Memorial Hospital," Patterson
said.
She placed some of the blame
for the hospital's problems on local
physicians "not getting along" and
not referring patients to DMH.


e seem to be.
constantly giving money and
then they are constantly
coming back for more.
Something is wrong. We
need to get to the bottom of
it and turn it around. We
need to turn it around now.'
-Commissioner Pat Patterson

"Let your physicians know that
if whatever sickness you have can
be treated at Doctors' Memorial
Hospital, they should be able to
send you Doctors' Memorial
Hospital with confidence," she told
the crowd.
"It comes back to your service.
The service is up and down.
People go where the best service
is. I have been to DMH and seen
good service. I have been to DMH
and seen bad service."
She pointed to a woman in the
audience, who told commissioners
earlier in the meeting that she had
been misdiagnosed at the hospital
after an automobile crash, which
almost resulted in her being
paralyzed.
"I am touched by this young
"-- Please see page 5


Honoring the fight, living the dream


By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI
Staff writer
While the annual Martin,Luther
King Jr. march Monday covered a
only few short blocks, the
testimonials given by those who
once stood on the frontlines of the
civil rights movement stretched
back decades.
Spontaneous and unrehearsed,
their stories painted a stark picture
of injustices and wrongs whose
sting is felt even now.
"In the 1960s, I graduated from
high school, and in 1964
affirmative action came in and I
got a job at Buckeye. So I went
into the workforce. I cleaned
bathrooms I couldn't go in and
break rooms where I was not
welcomed. Then came the Vietnam
War and I found myself in a
foreign land fighting for freedoms
I couldn't enjoy at home," Pastor
Chester Demps said.
"After the war, I came home in
1969 and something had changed.
I declared in myself that if I was
willing to die in a foreign land
fighting for freedom for someone
else, I would stand for those


freedoms here.
"Perry isn't all it could be, but I
thank God for what it is. Young
people, you have the opportunity
to be anything you want to be.
Take advantage of this freedom
and don't blow it," Demps said,
standing before the assembled
group of 40 or so march
supporters.
"We have come a long way--and
we still have a long way to go. My
focus has always been young
people and that's who I want to talk
to now. The success you enjoy
today is because of the struggle of
the people who have gone on
before you," Demps' wife,
Carolyn, said.
"I was in college during the time
of the civil rights movement. 1
marched and sat in and wanted to
go to jail, but never got to. 1 have
walked and picketed in freezing
weather, but I knew that what I was
doing would help my sons and
daughters when it was their time.
See yourself where you want to
be-what you want to be-and don't
let anyone take that goal away
from you. Live out that dream,"


said.
NAACP President Charles
August stood not only to share his
story, but to encourage everyone to
get involved with the local chapter


to help combat discrimination
issues "that are happening
everyday."
He noted that "I get 10 to 12
charges brought to me a day and
yet there are only a few of us to


address these issues as they come
up.
Also a veteran of the Vietnam
War, August related how, when he
"- Please see page 3


Participants in the annual Martin Luther King Jr. march filled a city block as they walked
from Highway 19 to Jerkins Community Center Monday, Jan. 21.


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Looking


Back


A-2 Perry News-Herald


January 25-26, 2i


Back-to-school
It's the mid-1960s and you are back in the sixth grade. Do you remember your fellow classmates in Ms. Juanelle Hiers'
class? O.P. Weaver was principal.



Monday reception honors Whitfield


A publication reception and
celebration honoring local author
Mary Lou Whitfield will be held at
the Taylor County Public Library
Monday, Jan. 28, at 5:30 p.m.


Whitfield recently released her
first book, "815 West Bay: Views
from the End of the Street." The
local historian is also a former
newspaper columnist for the Perry


For centennial celebration


Today is deadline for


News-Herald and Tallahassee
Democrat.
In December, she received an
honorary degree from North
Florida Community College--the


first ever conferred in the college's
50-year history.
Monday's program is sponsored
by Friends of the Taylor County
Public Library and the Book Mart.


quotable quote


A citizen of America will


cross the ocean to fightfor
sharing 4-H -memories -'flpw
the street to vote in a


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. Today (Friday) is the deadline for entries.


Dust off, and donate,


your old yearbooks

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 2007.
If you have a yearbook you would like to donate, please contact the
library by calling 838-3512.

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national election.
--Bill Vaughan

Always vote for principle,
though you may vote
alone, and you may cherish
the sweetest reflection that
your vote is never lost.
--John Quincy Adams

A vote is like a rifle; its
usefulness depends upon
the character of the user.
--Theodore Roosevelt

Vote for the man who
promises least. He'll be the
least disappointing.
--Bernard Baruch

I'd rather vote for
something I want and not
get it than vote for
something I don't want,
and get it.
--Eugene Debs


Voters don't decide the
issues, they decide who
: wifl decide issues.
--George F. Will

When the political
columnists say "Every
thinking man" they mean
themselves, and when
candidates appeal to
"Every intelligent
voter" they mean
everybody who is going to
vote for them.
--Franklin P. Adams

Elections are won
by men and women
chiefly because most
people vote against
somebody rather than
for somebody.
--Franklin P Adams

Democracy does not
guarantee equality of
conditions--it only
guarantees equality of
opportunity.
--Irving Kristol


1Views from h End of the Street A love of

.-I reading,


1 handed

Down
by
Mary Lou Whitfield


A jingle whose author I do not know says, "Richer than
I you can never be, for I had a mother who read to me.";
In a sense, I am rich, too, but it was my father whG
filled the role of reader to me. Papa passed down his only
kind of wealth so free-handedly it took some maturity on
my part to realize that he had given his children a
worthwhile endowment quite early in their own lives.:
Papa's simply stated, "I enjoy reading," heard many
times, I now think of as a masterpiece of understatement;
I think Papa had to read. For a man who coped with.
rearranging a family through the strenuous manual
labor and relative low pay of a carpenter, I believe his;
reading was necessary to keep in balance.
Daily, as he hammered and sawed and planed, his;
mind and body were absorbed in that effort. At night,,
however, after his work was done, he could set forth
through his reading, into all manner of adventures that
provided release and restoration. He took his childrenS
especially the older two, along with him on these
adventures. 9
For several years in the early '20s he held almost
nightly read-aloud sessions. The nostalgic picture of
father reading while mother mended and the oldef
children listened and the younger ones played quietly on
the floor was a fairly valid image of our home during that
period. The intrusion of the radio a few years later diluted
for the younger members of the group some of the
richness of those early years.
And even before the
session ended Papa realized
that his two main partners oi
adventure were. running
ahead of him at times. As he
began to find that his book
had been moved or his place
lost, he could tell that his
children had been dipping in
during the day.
Papa expected that ".
could come up to his level.
and from th, very first, aura.
reading fare *as full strength
as we raced past the roads
we did not know and on
those we did.
All of us weathered
together. the brutal typhoons Mary Lou Whitfield
of the far Pacific. suffered the
agonizing cold of the frozen north or searched for the ricl-
lodes of gold ore in the American West. ..
We endured the hardships of the long cattle drives andt '
drove into Oklahoma Territory with the first of the
Sooners. When the golden spike was driven to join the
final links of the great Union-Pacific railroad, we were on
hand for the celebration.
Zane Grey was one of our favorites, and Edgar Rice_
Burroughs was another. When, a generation later, my:
children were yodeling out Tarzan's call from the trees
around this house I had a strong feeling, "This is where I
came in." My brother and I had already gone thorough
the Tarzan stage. back in the 1920s.
It was all pretty heady stuff, even for Papa, but far more-i
so for the beginning bookworms of his family. We fell
short of being omnivorous only because none of the so-:
called true romances were included. Mamma would have':
put her foot down on that.
Without access to the library we had to strain our
funds to buy westerns and adventure magazines at the
drug store. Later on, when we could check oit from th&P":
school library, we went through its limited offerings. One
way or another. we found something to read. Papa's
occupation sometimes had a fringe benefit of some
reading material. With remodeling and maintenance he
was often inside homes around town. In them he spotted
books that people were willing to loan, and from some he_.
even had outright gifts of single copies, or at times, a
whole armload of books they had grown tired of. These he-
brought home with the air of a prospector who had
struck it rich.
He found one such bonanza when one of the doctors
redecorated his office and loaned Papa his collection of
escape fiction for the duration of the job. For several:
weeks, we were involved in the underworld intrigue of
Sax Rohmer's sinister and mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu.
Mamma took a dim view of this fare, but we weathered
her opinion and kept right on reading. Toward the end of
the '20s an hlonest-to-goodness author, Edison Marshall,'
lived for a lilme in a small cabin down at Horse Pond,
northeast of Keaton Beach. I saw him once as he entered-.,
the Dixie Taylor Hotel here in Perry.
As I reported the sighting to Papa.,I told about the
beggarweed seeds and sandspurs that covered Mr.-
Marshall's khaki pants from the knees down. Papa and I:
agreed that he was likely too absorbed in his writings to:
even be aware of such trivialities.
1 recaptured some of the same awe I felt in the near
contact with Marshall, one day many years later. My
husband aind I were wandering about the house of
another author. Marjorie Kinnran Rawlings, down below
Gainesville. She seemed almost present, and her house
resembled one we had lived in for many years. I could
almniost visualize Papa, pipe forgotten by his side,
embarked vicariously on some great adventure, slumped
in his chair w\itlh a )ook in his hands. I had a momentary
need to talk with Papa about it all, but was suddenly
delighted wilh the thought that he had already gone on
ahead on his greatest adventure of all. And he was living
it urip in tac(. niot facy.


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A-3 Perry News-Herald January 25-26, 2008


'Be involved with



our children...'


Two local issues on Tuesday's ballot


VOTERS
Continued from page 1
I In addition to party nominations
:for 'president, the ballot
,addresses the state issue of a
proposed property tax amendment
and two local issues--
consideration of a property tax
,exemption referendum for
"new/expanding businesses
,(unrelated to the proposed state
-amendment) and, for city


residents, a proposed change to the
city charter regarding election
dates.
Both the national and state
issues are located on the front side
of the ballot; all local issues are
located on the back side of the
ballot.
Early voting for the primary will
end this Saturday at 5 p.m.
The elections offices will be
open special Saturday hours
starting at 8 a.m.


Three city council seats up for election


SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Continued from page 1
'and Superintendent of Schools
Oscar Howard Jr.
STo date, Lilliott is the only
constitutional officer to announce
that she will not be seeking re-
election.
Also on the ballot will be three
county seats: Malcolm Page,
District 1; Clay Bethea, District 3;
and Pat Patterson, District 5.


School board representatives
Darrell Whiddon (District 3) and
Kenneth Dennis (District 5) also
face re-election while three city
council seats are up in 2008:
District 1, held by Sylvester
Harris; District 2, held by
Alphonso Dowdell; and District 3,
held by Emily Ketring,
Candidate updates and reports,
as well as other election
information, can be accessed on-
line at www.taylorelections.com.


DREAM
Continued from page 1
was returning to Perry from
overseas duty, he was asked to
give up his seat on the bus to a
white woman.
"I had on my uniform and was
coming home from fighting a war
and here they were telling me I
couldn't have a seat on the bus. I
didn't give up my seat and
eventually they had to let me stay
there. I also got a job a Buckeye
and at that time the only jobs you
got were heavy labor. But, it has
come a long way. Now
I'm a supervisor and that's
something that never would
have happened back then," August
said.
NAACP Vice President Walter
Bishop reminded adults of the
struggles "our young people face
every day" and encouraged them
to get involved.
"We just have to speak up for we
want and that's what we need to be
doing," he said.
Young people and their struggles


was also the key point of County
Commissioner Pat Patterson's
comments.
"I work with our children
and you can see which ones get
encouragement at home and
which ones are not getting any
love.
"We have to involved with our
children. I don't mean just our own
sons and daughters, but all of our
children. There are parents who
just aren't going the right way and
that's when we need to step in and
when we see a child in that
situation, we need to encourage
them. Be involved with them. Let
them know we are here for them,"
she said.
Roderick Williams, who helped
organize the march, also
spotlighted the youth who took
part in the event. "I hope that this
old spirit will carry you on
throughout your days," he said.
Other special guests at the
march included members of the
Ahmed Temple of Tallahassee and
school board member Kenneth
Dennis.


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Buckeye's campaign exceeds $125,000
Buckeye's United Way team reports that employee, retiree
and corporate giving totaled $125,212 in the company's just
completed annual campaign. The funds pledged are 5.8
percent more than last year's $118,000. The monies will be
used by 17 non-profit organizations that provide services to
Taylor County residents. At the campaign's conclusion, Bill
Rozofsky, left, won a random drawing of two tickets to the
February 17 Daytona 500 stockcar race and pre-race passes
to pit road and the garages. Dan Simmons presented the
tickets.


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Couple to say vows in


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Eddie and Flora Brown of Perry announce the engagement of their
daughter Pamela Giacomucci, to Anthony Tyrone Brasby, the son of Paul
-and Cynthia Ponder of Perry, and the late Lovette Brasby.
Both the bride-elect and groom-elect graduated from Taylor County
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SGrandparents of the bride-elect include Willie and Bertha Hugger, the
late Frank and Elizabeth Brown. The prospective groom is the grandson
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however, open Monday, Feb. 4, at 7 p.m. and continue on Feb. 5 (same
time) at the theatre in Quincy, located at 118 E. Washington.
: "We're seeking a large cast of singers/actors/dancers of all ages and
types. 'Mame' offers a premier opportunity for a young male
singer/actor/dancer who can play the demanding role of Young Patrick at
age 10," said West.
The acting audition will be cold readings from the script. Those
auditioning are asked to bring sheet music and wear danceable (loose-
fitting) clothing.
The play opens on April 11 and runs April 11-13 and 18-20.
For more information, contact the theatre at qmt@tds.net or call 875-
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A-4 Perry News-Herald January 25-26, 2008




SArt spotlighted at PWC meeting


By SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Managing Editor
JoAnna dcLorenzi remembers
the day she was told that she had
"absolutely no artistic talent.."
On that day, she dropped her art
instruction and didn't paint a thing
for four or five years.
Not one thing.
Then her husband gave her
private art lessons as a Christmas
present, and the world of art
opened to her again.
"I began painting and exhibiting.
In fact, I sold many paintings
then," she recalls.
"But life got complicated again,"
she admits and painting fell by the
wayside.
"I returned to art at the age of 50
when a good friend pushed me to
do so. It mushroomed from there.
I sold lots of commissioned pieces
in the early 1990s and in 2000 1
moved to Vero Beach where I
joined an art group there."
Two years ago, deLorenzi
moved back to Taylor County--
where she's been "hiding in the
sand hills off Kcaton Beach Road."
Art has followed her home, and
led her to a deeper love of
photography, portrait work, "the
whimsical quality of children's
art," and paintings which include
pets.
Currently she's teaching 30-35
children (ages 4-14) at the 4-H
Center nine months out of the year.
In addition to this volunteer Work,
she also offers both private and
group lessons.
On Wednesday, Jan. 16, she was
guest speaker for the Perry


Woman's Club, detailing her
journey through the world of art
from Perry to Clearwater and then
Montgomery, Ala., before she
returned to Florida--first Vero
Beach, and then Perry again.
She may be "hiding" in the sand
hills but she is also drawing
inspiration from them, and has
enjoyed returning to a Perry she
loved.


She graduated as JoAnn
Williams from Taylor County High
School in 1962, the daughter of
Mattie Williams.
"All my family is here," she
said, "and it's great to be back."
In addition to speaking on art for
the Perry Woman's Club,
deLorenzi served as judge for the
club's annual arts and crafts show.
First place entries from this


competition will proceed to the
district level.
Winners from the district will
compete statewide:
Club members were invited to
view a small collection ,of
deLorenzi's work including 'thg
fruit and foliage design (pictured
below).
"Absolutely no artistic talent?",-
Absolutely not true.


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A-5 Perry News-Herald January 25-26, 2008


'DMH board needs to develop a viable plan'


DMH
continued from page 1
ld.y right here. She was .almost
paralyzed. For what? Service? The
service wasn't there for her?


"But she still stood up before
this board and she pleaded to us to
save DMH-. She wants to save
DMH. 1, too, want to save DMHI."
Patterson called for more
accountability.


Community needs to support hospital'


FINANCIAL CRISIS
Continued from page 1
lay-offs are in the works or how
many jobs are at risk.
Earlier this month, Darcy
eurlined measures the hospital was
jawing to 'cut costs, including
cutting employee hours 10 percent
-aiross the board, along with
gOtinating overtime and putting a
frieze on salary increases.
::I'Tm looking at other avenues to
keep the hospital running," he said.
,We need the support of all of the
i~munity. I think we got that
Tuesday night."
Ii'More long-term solutions
include physician recruitment,
Mprading equipment, the creation
'ofa DMH Foundation, up front ER
:and OR collections for non-
emergency patients and
contracting with a new ER


physicians group.
Darcy added that despite the
current problems, he has been
heartened by the number of calls
his office has received from county
residents pledging their support for
the hospital and even offering
donations.
"That's the kind of grassroots
efforts we need."
Darcy also said there needs to be
continued dialogue between the
board and the commission.
"We are health care providers.
That's what we do. I'm not going to
give up," Mixon said Tuesday
night. "I don't think the board is
going to give up. From the look of
the employees tonight, it doesn't
look like they're going to give up.
You have my commitment. I'm
here for the long haul, as well as
many of the board members and
many of the employees."


"Each time the hospital has
come before us, we have put
money in the pot," she said.
"We seem to be constantly
giving money and then they are
constantly coming back for more.
Something is wrong. We need to
get to the bottom of it and turn it
around. We need to turn it around
now.
Patterson was followed by
Commissioner Rudolph Parker.
"I think the public in general
thinks the county operates the
hospital," Parker said. "The fact is
the county owns the hospital,
which is paid for by a one-cent
sales tax. The facility was then
leased to the hospital for the sum
of $150 per year. There ends our
commitment.
"The lease very specifically
allows for the hospital organization
to operate the facility as a non-
profit corporation. The lease also
very specially provides there will
be no political interference."
Parker cited the financial issues
discussed during a workshop held
last week, which included the
potential loss of revenue from the
Jan. 29 property tax amendment
and the funds locked in the State
Board of Administration Local
Government Investment Pool.


"My heart tells me that I want to
help the hospital out of this
financial shortfall. But my
judgment tells me the cold hard
facts are that my first obligation
is ensure, normal county
functions...are to be protected, and
that this infusion of money would
only be a short term fix and
will not provide any kind of long-
term financial security for the
hospital."
Commissioner Mark Wiggins
continued the discussion.
"As we saw from Wednesday
night's workshop, we have no
money to give because of the
uncertainty of the budget and
economy of the state," he said.
"This is a difficult decision.
While I support the hospital and
feel it a vital asset to our
community, DMH has now turned
this difficult decision over the
board of county commissioners.
After careful consideration, I
believe the DMH board needs to
develop a viable plan to make
DMH solid.
"We as a commission are not in
charge of the hospital. We do not
take on the operations. The
taxpayers are paying for the
building. That's all we have control
over. DMH is a corporation of its


own and they are responsible for
the contract they signed to provide
healthcare to the community.
"I think it is the job of the DMHI
board to come up with a plan to
turn this around because they are
closest to the situation. We are not
professionals when it comes to
health care."
Page. reiterated the comments
made by his fellow commissioners.
"This is a very difficult and hard
decision," he said. "Rather than
make it with my heart, we have to
make it on facts.
"The county doesn't have the
funds."
Commission Chairman Clay
Bethea concluded the discussion.
At the board's Jan. 8 meeting,
when the request was first made,
he stated that he could not "in good


conscience give half a million
dollars of taxpayers' money to da,
the same old thing. The board
structure needs to change."
Tuesday night, he stated, "I don-l
think there's any surprise where I LI
he. I made my wants known at ,hei
last meeting.
"A lot of these questions need rt
he asked. I've asked thesd
questions for the last three years. I
"At this time, the county 1
making a hard decision. There is
lack of funds. It's not this board, it'
the DMH board. It's theiu
responsibility. It's always beet
their responsibility. So that's where
the responsibility lies."
Parker then made a motion It
deny the request; Wigging
seconded and the measure passel
unanimously.


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A6 Perry News-Herald January 25-26, 2008


District finals Friday



Boys soccer wins thriller


The Taylor County High boys
soccer team defeated Florida High
here Tuesday 4-3 in a thrilling,
multi-overtime match setting up
Friday night's contest against


Marianna for the district title.
After being tied 3-3 at the end of
regulation, Taylor County battled
Florida High through two, 10-
minute overtime periods with


1 dead in hunt accident


Two hunting accidents in the
last week, one in which a Bay
County man died, show that
hunters should always be mindful
of safety.
On Saturday, Jan. 19, Lynn
Haven resident Matthew Curenton,
35, died after fellow hunter and
best friend Matthew Riley, 31,
shot at a deer that stopped in the
road between the pair. Riley was
798 feet from Curenton. They
were on a private hunting lease in
Calhoun County.
The .308 caliber rifle bullet
struck Curenton in the chest.
Riley preformed CPR on
Curenton until EMS personnel
arrived. Curenton was taken to
Calhoun-Liberty County Hospital
where he was pronounced dead.
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
law enforcement investigators said
both men were wearing hunter
orange ball caps but were not


visible to each other, due to the
distance. They said lack of
visibility from on-and-off rain and
hazy conditions also was a factor.
In a separate incident, an
employee of Merrily Plantation in
Jefferson County received non-life
threatening injuries Jan. 17 when
a guest accidentally shot him on a
quail covey rise.
Ronald William Harrell, 41,
who handles quail dogs for the
plantation, was hit with several
number 8 pellets when James
Stynes, 58, a guest from New
York, attempted to shoot a quail
that flew toward Harrell. Harrell
was driven to Archbold Hospital
in Thomasville, Ga., treated and
released.
There have been four hunting
accidents in Northwest Florida
since the beginning of the hunting
season in- October. Saturday's
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neither team scoring. The deadlock
set up a penalty kick period to
determine the winner.
Josh Leverette, Taylor Ratliff
and Philip Parga were each
successful on their penalty kicks
while Bulldog goalie Kendall
Thompson allowed Florida High
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Taylor County the win.
The Bulldogs came out early
against Florida High and took a 3-
1 advantage into the half on two
goals by Leverette and another by
freshman Morgan Pelt.
Parga was credited with one
assist as were Ratliff and Ty


Crowley.
But Florida High battled back in
the second half to tie the game and
send it into overtime.
Bulldog Coach Trace Laing said
he was proud of his team's effort,
especially on defense. He singled
out the efforts of Thompson, Scan
Crowley and Glenn Hammers.
Taylor County will take on top-
seeded Mariana tonight (Friday) at
7 p.m. at Perry's Dorsett Stadium.
Win or lose, the Bulldogs will
play in next Thursday first round
of the state playoffs. A win,
however, will give Taylor the
home field advantage.


The Taylor County high boys
basketball team fell to
Tallahassee-John Paul II Tuesday
69-62.
The Bulldogs came out sluggish
as John Paul out-scored TCHS 22-
9 in the first quarter. Despite
outscoring their opponents in the
second and third periods, the 'Dogs
could not overcome the 13-point
deficit of the first quarter.


Top scorers for Taylor County
were Greg Sneed and Reggie King
with 17 points each, Matt Burrell
with 11, Greg Flowers with nine
points and Lavaski Williams and
C.J. Jones with four points each.
The Bulldogs were slated to host
Fort White Friday at 7:30 p.m.
before traveling to Lafayette
County on Monday.


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planned for Feb. 2nd

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the TCHS Senior Class trip.
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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.
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Three Rivers Hunting Club
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A-5 Perry News-Herald January 25-26, 2008


Flowers' CEO to speak at Men's Breakfast here


Mark your calendar for Feb. 16
First Presbyterian Church will hold a Men's Breakfast for all men in the
community on Saturday, Feb. 16, at 8 a.m. Guest speaker for this event
will be Heeth Varnedoe III, the president and CEO of Flowers Industries.
Varnedoc penned a book, "Called to Excellence: Redefining Success in
the Workplace," attributing his personal and business success to, Christian
values.
"We'd be pleased to have all the men in this community come and hear
this fine gentleman," said Vaughan Early, who is helping to coordinate the
event for the church. "Mark your calendars now and be our guests."
The church is located at 310 Plantation Road. For more information on
this or any of the church's events, please call 584-3826.

Church plans for pastor's anniversary Jan. 27
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church will celebrate its pastor's
anniversary on Sunday, Jan. 27, with two guest congregations in charge.

12-month women's step group


For the 11 a.m. service, the Rev. James Mack and Saint Rilla M.B. Church
will lead; at 3 p.m., the Rev. George Proctor Jr. and the Greater Elizabeth
M.B. Church is in charge.
The community is urged to participate i this occasion.

Ash Wednesday services announced
Masses at 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. will mark this year's observance of Ash
Wednesday for the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Both
services will include the blessing and imposition of ashes. An Ash
Wednesday Soup & Salad Dinner will follow the 5:30 p.m. service.
The weekly mass schedule at the church is: Monday, Wednesday and
Friday masses at 5:30 p.m; Tuesday mass at 9 a.m.; communion service on
Thursday.
The Stations of the Cross will be observed every Friday during Lent at
6 p.m., following the 5:30 mass. Reconciliation/confession is offered
every Saturday from 4-5:45 p.m. and by appointment.


Gospel concert stresses 'new beginnings'
A gospel concert, with the theme "New Beginnings in Christ," will be
held Saturday, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m. in the Church of God of Prophecy located
at 613 W. Hampton Springs Avenue in Perry.
All choirs, praise teams and praise dancers wishing to perform should
contact Terry Knight at 850-253-8072.
The service is based on the scripture, "Behold all things have passed
away, and all things have become new..."

Reverend to visit homebound patients
The Rev. George W. Taylor is available for visits to homebound patients.
"If you are unable to make it to church for the word of God, I will bring
God's word to your home," Taylor says.
His outreach ministry can be reached at 223-1580 or 843-0840.
Appointments, 1-5 p.m., can be made for Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday.


'Spa for the soul' begins Tuesday at First Presbyterian

Aiwoman's step group affiliated Christ-centered workbooks that information on this new group. and alcohol, but it is also for the Every Thursday at 6 p.m., large part of a national ministry; Perry's
with Celebrate Recovery will lead you through the 12 steps," "One participant called it a 'spa for family members of the addicted. group meetings are held at the First chapter was birthedd," she said, by
begin in Perry on Jan. 29, at 7 p.m., said Melody Greene, one of the the soul,'and we believe it can be Victims of abuse are greatly Baptist Student Center, with a free Killearn United Methodist Church
and: continue meeting each organizers of Perry's Celebrate very beneficial to those who are helped," she added. dinner for first-time participants, in Tallahassee. It is a ministry of
T,,Qdrv at the First PrPehvterinn Recoverv committed to it." Celebrate Recovery's purpose is along with worship, testimony and the First Baptist Church of Perry,


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Church. "This is a 12-month
commitment working through four


Charles William Ehle
Charles William Ehle, 80, died
Jan.' 22, 2008, at Doctors'
Meriorial Hospital.
He was born in Battle Creek,
Mich., and had lived in Perry since
1991. He worked as a machinist
with Clark Equipment. Mr. Ehle

Card of

Thanks

Owen
Thank you so much for all the
cards, prayers, phone calls and
words of encouragement from our
man) friends in Perr Health
jssue-' pTveited~iuirs-from sending
cards to you this year, but thoughts
of you filled our hearts and minds
during the holidays. We miss you
and want you to know how much
we appreciate your kind and
thoughtful expressions of concern
for us during this time of ill health.
Hopefully, brighter days lie
ahead, but please continue to
remember us in your prayers. She
is still in rehab at the nursing home
in Dresden, Tenn.
Love,
J.W. and Amy Owen


Interested persons are urged to
call Diane at 584-7425 for more


was a member of Blue Creek
Baptist Church and was a U.S.
Army veteran of World War II.
He is preceded in death by a son,
Michael Edward Ehle.
Survivors include: a son, Mark
Ehle of Michigan; two daughters,
Cynthia Bishop and Martha
Madigan, both of Michigan; a
brother, Harold Ehle of Michigan;
a sister, Margaret Ruble of
Michigan; and two grandchildren.
No services are planned at this
time.
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"Therefore we also, since we are surrounded by so great
Sa cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and
the sin which so easily ensures us, and let us run with
endurance the race that is set before..."
Hebrews 12:1
Lakeside Baptist Church
"A Place to Call Home"
Sunday Services Wednesday Services
,m45 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


Names are also being taken for a
men's group that will begin soon.
Please call Earle at 584-7619 for
more information.
Greene explained that Celebrate
Recovery is for all people who
have hurts, hang-ups or habits--
"this really includes everyone," she
said. "The ministry is for people
with typical addictions to drugs


to minister to people with
addictions--but they may extend
beyond drugs and alcohol to anger,
shopping, Internet pornography,
gambling or prescription drugs.
"Even the workaholic can get
help," Greene added.
She stressed that anonymity and
confidentiality are "of the highest
priority."


Banquet will be held Saturday
The date of the banquet for Little St. John Missionary Baptist Church
was incorrectly listed as Feb. 4 in the Taco Times. The banquet will
actually be held Saturday, Feb. 2. at 5 p.m. with Moderator James Bobby
Duval of the First Bethlehem Association as guest speaker. Tickets are
$15.
The Saturday banquet will be followed by a Sunday installation service
for Robert M. Bulter Jr. as the new pastor. That service is planned for 6
p.m. The community is invited.


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The family of Beth Mann wraps our arms around Perry and
humbly thank you all for the out pouring of concern, caring,
gifts, kindred spirits with acts of kindness that cushioned our
broken hearts to cope with the short illness and loss of our
beloved Beth on Nov. 30, 2007. The southern grace, southern
cooking, and southern love shown in cards with heartfelt
sentiments to sprinkle on our sad souls will be remembered
and treasured.
The flowers and plants draping her were beautiful; the
40+ ribbons are tenderly displayed at her house to honor her
life. Every flower was sprinkled in her backyard. There is
no place like her home. Being the twin, I will forever feel the
dark side of the moon.
Our love and deepest gratitude,
Betty, Linda, Deanna, Cathy, Becky, Elyse,
her children and families







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This referendum is not related to State Constitutional Amendment #1

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.


*A good example.
Lance (formerly Tom's Foods)
recently had a decision to make.
Expand its plant in Taylor County
or the one in Corsicana, Texas.
This program helped convince
Lance to expand here.


County Residents
Look for the box on the back side of the ballot labeled

COUNTY REFERENDUM

PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION REFERENDUM
Shall the Board of County Commissioners of Taylor County
be authorized to grant, pursuant to Section 3, Article VII
of the State Constitution, Property Tax Exemptions to new
businesses, and expansions of existing businesses?
S YES For authority to grant exemptions
NO Against authority to grant exemptions



City Residents
Look for the box on the back side of the ballot labeled

CITY REFERENDUM

PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION REFERENDUM
Shall the City Council of the City of Perry, Florida be
authorized to grant, pursuant to Section 3, Article VII of
the State Constitution, Property Tax Exemptions to new
businesses, and expansions of existing businesses?
40 YES For authority to grant exemptions
C( NO -Against authority to grant exemptions

*NOTE: City residents will vote on both the city and county referendum.


*The result.
Numerous new, quality jobs
for our people plus new tax
dollars we would have ndver
seen if the plant had expanded
elsewhere.


Let's look at the big picture. The taxes from the Lance facility, formerly Tom's Foods,
are unchanged -- they continue to pay those.
Lance needed to add kettle chip manufacturing lines, either in Perry or Corsicana, Texas.
Due to a Taylor County economic development incentives package, Lance committed to
make a capital investment of $7.75 million and create 52 additional jobs here, not in
Texas. The actual numbers turned out to be $ 9.18 million and 60 jobs.
The incentive package included tax exemption of 50% of new general fund taxes on
the $7.75 million, capped at $36,000 per year. This results in the school district and
city getting 100% of the new taxes. From a community-wide standpoint, we exempted
a maximum of $360,000, but realized over $1 million in new tax money due to those
jobs being here rather in Texas.
These new quality jobs will add over $1 million annually to our local economy. Those
dollars are rolled over in a community (spent more than once locally; some economists
say up to eight times). Using a rollover factor of only two, Taylor County's one percent
sales tax revenue would be increased by over $20,000 annually. This is in addition to
the new taxes in the above chart.
How important is the hospital to our community? Does it help Doctors' Memorial
Hospital (DMH) by having 60 new potential hospital users that work for a company
that pays 80% of their employees' health care insurance' and also provides access to
health insurance for the employee's family?
This increase in tax revenue helps your child in school here; not children in Texas
schools! It helps the city provide services for our city residents; not Corsicana city
residents! It assists Doctors' Memorial Hospital in Perry; not Navarro Regional Hospital
in Corsicana!


A "YES" vote for the referendum
is a vote for


QUALITY JOBS
Our definition of quality jobs includes
employer-paid benefits, like health insurance.
More jobs with healthcare benefits
will only help our hospital.

Some Things Just Make Good, Common Sense!






For more information, contact the Taylor County Development Authority at 584-JOBS.














Community


B-I Perry News-Herald January 25-26, 2008


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Honor Band
Taylor County High School students Teddrick Bailey and Ashley Browning, along with Taylor County Middle School student
James Clover, recently participated in the Florida Music Educators' Association Small Schools Honor Band and the Middle
School Honor Band respectively in Tampa.The Small Schools Honor Band consists of approximately 120 students from around
the state from high schools with enrollment not exceeding 1,350 students. The Middle School Honor Band consisted of 128
seventh and eighth graders from 128 middle schools from around the state. Students spent approximately 12 hours over two
days preparing for a concert presented to parents, friends and participants of the annual conference.


At NFCC

Facility christened

'Morris Steen Jr.

Learning Center'
The North Florida Community
College Board of Trustees has
approved naming the college's
new science laboratory and
classroom building the "Morris G.
Steen Jr. Science Learning Center"
in honor of retiring president,
Morris Steen.
The facility is the first new
building constructed on the NFCC
campus in 40 years.
Steen, the seventh president of
NFCC, is the first president to
have been a student of the college.
A retired Navy captain, he joined
NFCC as director of the career and
technical center in 1997. He and
his wife, Judy, reside in Shady
Grove.


Taylor Elementary honors top students


Taylor County Elementary
School has announced the
following honor roll for the second
nine weeks'grading period:
3rd grade, All A's
Hannah Baron, Chris Davis,
Dylan Dudley, Krysta Finecey,
Dean Franklin, Jazmine Gossett,
Lanique Griffin, Nathan
Guenthner, Brooke Hicks, Taylor
Hogan, Christian Huntsinger,
Graham Lynn, Victoria Manning,
Emalee Morgan, Stuart Page,
Sarah Parks, Hannah Polley, Carly
Salmons and Caleb Wentworth.
3rd grade, A/B
Miranda Adkins, Blake
Anderson, Arial Arcularius, Josh
Bodiford, Hannah Bratcher, Amber
Bryant, Clayton Bush, Austin
Colombini, Makayla Cooper,
Libby Couey, Glen Coxwell,
Nikolos Drawdy, Daniel Everett,
Hunter Fletcher, Aakeem Flowers,
Makayla Freeman, Kenya Gant,
Austin Gillman, Colton Gillman,
Brittani Gillyard, Rachelle Goff,
Tyler Gray, Katelyn Griffin,
Charlie Gurr, Nyaiz'ah Harris,
Jacob Hershberger, Keith Hires,
Keaton Holden, Derrick Hornsby,
Breanna Ingram, Fazarian
Johnson, Kaitlyn Johnson, Romey
Kidd, Bacardi King, Alan Mader,
Kaye McElveen. Tyler McKenzie,
Trevor McNeese, Maria Mitchell,
Kaitlynn Mock, Hannah Noles,


Ethan O'Quinn, Haley Osteen,
Razona Parker, Victoria Porter,
Geoffrey Price. Ethan Proudman,
Reed Brittany, Hannah Rice,
Markeasha Robinson, Layne
Sanderson, Desiray Sawyer, Jada
Shellhorn, Rhett Slaughter,
Michael Sullivan, Jaime Vazquez,
Banibi Wald, Ashlyn Wiles, Jacob
Wilkinson. Rhett Willingham and
Kevin Young.
4th grade, All A's
Rebecca Barber, Paras Bhakta,
William Blue. Liam Darcy, Marisa
Das, Greyson Hicks. Michael
Hicks, Ashlcigh Langford. Hayden
Lilliott, Stephanie Parks, Claudia
Strickland and Catherine Weed.
4th grade, A/B
Brandy Allstead, Sarinah
Anthony, Brandon Baumgardner,
Michael Bishop, Maria Borjon,
Nicholas Bowden. Alexia Braxton,
Ross Brenner, Hannah Brown,
Zariah Brown. Mason Biro- nln);.
Trace Chaffin. Cassidy Crews,
Justin Cruse, Brittni Davis,
Hannah Davis. Trevor Driggers,
Madison Elliott, Jermey Ellis,
Larry Fletcher, Zavian Flowers,
Jabari Ford, Lucas Gipson, Jessie
Gregory, Gabriel Gross, Jamaal
Hankerson, Cody Harrison, Trever
Hathcock, Maranda Henry,
Macalah Hill, Javonathon Johnson,
Trenton Jones, Kaydee Keen,
SHaley Lago, Erin Lannen,


De'Kayla Lawson, Rodney Lee,
mark Lundy, Kristna McCray,
Kristina McGowan, Janavia
McGrew, Andrena Merkerson,
Kyla Miguel, Katelyn Monroe,
Brittany Niles, Andrew Norman,
Mireya Otero, Hayley Padgett,
Kaila Padgett, Madison Parker-
Lee, Desmond Rivers, Wes
Schmidt. Trevor Schwab, Will
Sever, Brody Smith, Kenneth
Smith, Jamesia Strawter, Mercedes
Taylor, Micah Taylor. Kalyn
Tumblin-Smith, Kyler Uhl,
Kristopher Varnum, Katherine
Wald, Sierra Walker, Timothy
Walker, Keera Washington, Joshua
Weaver, D'Andre Wells, Cole
Wentworth, Catrina Wilson,
Kaylyn Wright, Summer Wright,
Natalie Wynn, Kristopher Yates,
Hind Yussefand Yussef Zaed.
5th grade, All A's
Sunita Baker, Anthony Carter,
Kayce Clark, Robert Ely, Lesha
Fletcher, Matthew McEwien.
Rohan Patel, Tyler Russell, Wesley
Smyrnios and McKenzie Wynn.
5th grade, A/B
Joshua Aldous, Dristen Belle,
Cody Bickel, Ga'Kia Bishop, Leo
Blachshear, Ryan Blanton,
LaGarrett Britt, Xavier Brooks,
Haley Brown, Da'Quan Bryant,
Katie Cannon, Rosa Carter,
Shakala Carter, Savannah Cash,
Cameron Collins, Anthony Conde,


Alex Couey, Hannah Crouse, Tony
Cutshall, Donnell Davis, Mitchell
Davis, Amber Durden, Autumn
Ferguson, Lyrics Fitchett,
Rebekah Floyd, Cole Folsom, Eli
Foskey, Breshuna Fuller, Kyra
Gibson, Savannah Griffin, Lacey
Horton, Adrian Huntley, Marybeth
Johnson, Angel Ketring, Devin
Kidd, Jordan Knowles, Brooke
Linton, Mahogany Mango, Kinzi
Mattingly, Sarah McIntosh,
Nakelianna McNair, Michayla
Mitchell, David Morgan,
Brendisha Morris, Telina Murphy,
Kristina Nastally, Joshua
Patterson. Kristen Phelps. Trystin
Phillips, Colby Ratliffl Jon Reams,
Storme Roberts, Nicholas Schwab,
Jessi Self. Ja'Corbey Simmons,
Jharmara Simmons, Chloe
Skinner. Caitlin Smith, Hannah
Smyrnios, Levi Strickland, Taylor
Tummire, Mariah Tyson. Ashley
Wallace, Peter Ward, William
Ward, Jernmaine Watkins and'Lucy
Whitehead.


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B-2 Perry News-Herald January 25-26, 2008


Tomorrow is only



three days away


Day-Lewis mixes oil and 'Blood'


When we experience a piece of fiction, whether it be
a movie, a stage play, a novel or a short story, we are
ingrained to associate ourselves with the main character.
It's only natural really, as we are seeing the world
through their eyes.
In most works, the main character is also, for the lack
: of a better term, the good guy. We root for him. More
-than that, we want to root for him. We are looking for
someone to follow and support; why else watch the
movie or read the book in the first place?
: Sometimes, however, we find ourselves rooting for
-'omeone who cannot be called a hero in the true sense of
.the word. Thus, the anti-hero was born. We are allowed
-to root for the anti-hero, because, deep down, he's still a
.hero, right?
But how far are we willing to push that line? How far
will we follow our character into the abyss?
"There Will Be Blood," written and directed by Paul
Thomas Anderson, wants to find out.
The film follows Daniel Plainview, an early 20th
century prospector-turned-oil man. He is brought to life
by Daniel Day-Lewis, an actor who has had so many
spell-binding performances in his career that we come to
expect the best.
S6 what do we do when he exceeds even the highest
of our expectations?
Anderson, known for his quirky films like "Boogie
Nights" and "Punch Drunk Love," has, for his part,
given us a film that has an epic scope and a feel that
-efies definition as much as Plainview defies everyone
-around him.
The film clocks in just over two and an half hours, and
is never in a rush to get where it's going. In fact, there is
no dialogue in the first 15 minutes of the movie, as we'
follow Plainview as he prospects for silver and begins
his quest for oil.
In its stead, we have only an eerily in-your-face score
that at first seems as out of place as the thick black oil
seeping out from under the ground. Soon, however, we
are acclimated to both and they seem as normal as apple
pie.
By the time we finally hear Plainview speak, it is
before a group of townspeople as he tries to buy the
mineral rights to their land. It is the same opening
-monologue heard in the film's trailer, and the audience--
in the theater and in the cramped town hall--are
captivated at once.
: When Plainview learns of a promising new venture
further west, he dutifully heads off with his son H.W. to
investigate. It is there he meets the self-proclaimed
prophet, Eli Sunday.
-We don't like Eli at once, because Plainview doesn't


like him. The oil man looks scornfully at the teen as he
swindles his father out of his land.
For the next two hours, we follow Plainview and his
efforts to develop the town and siphon its oil. He is a
complex, multi-faceted character, and as we get a better
look at him through the film, we find less to like.
Some have called the film a study in the evils of
capitalism. I don't see that. I see "There Will Be Blood"
as a study of the evil of a man who will do anything to
succeed, and will destroy any obstacle in his way, even
if by doing so, causes himself to suffer.
It is a rare character indeed that leaves you wondering
whether the author who gave him life completely
understood him. In that case, what real hope do we
have?
We live in a society where every answer is only a few
mouse clicks away on our computers. We're simply not
used to not knowing.
But sometimes there are some characters we cannot
truly understand. The secrets they hold are buried too far
into their souls to be revealed even by the deepest and
most powerful drill.
When he is asked about his wife, he says. "I don't
want to talk about those things." We know that H.W. is
not his son, but his answer hints at even darker sins and
we have to ask ourselves if we really want to know. He
is the character we're supposed to be supporting.
Sometimes ignorance is bliss.
As I've said, we've grown accustomed to cheering on
our character. After 150 minutes, however, we have to
ask ourselves whether or not we still can. Some may
drop off when Plainview sends his son away after the
boy is injured. Others may give up when he attacks Eli
in a muddy field, or when he threatens a representative
from Standard Oil who is trying to buy him out.
Others may hang on until the bitter end, as we strive
to see the fruits of Plainview's labors as well as the
damage he has wrought around him.
Much has been said about the ending of the film. I
don't have too much to add, other than to say some will
like it and some will hate it.
Anderson gives us a chance to follow this character
for a short wile'asfi e lives his life, celebrates his
successes, carries his failures and commits his sins.
Plainview says, in the final scene, "I'm done in here."
Is it the end of his story? No. but it is the end of our
journey with him. It is not the definitive conclusion to
which we are accustomed from our movies to be sure.
But we have to accept that the time has come to pick
ourselves up and walk back into the light. And we
should be glad we can.
"There Will Be Blood" is rated R for some violence.


When "Gojira," better known in the states as
"Godzilla," was first released in Japan in 1954, it was
-more than just a movie about a guy in a rubber monster
suit destroying Tokyo.
While much of the context is lost in the English dub,
'the film contained overt social commentary on the
-very real concerns Japanese citizens had over nuclear
Weapons and weapons testing. The bombings of
.-Hiroshima and Nagasaki were the defining moments
for a generation of Japanese.
Today, the same can be said here in America about
the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. And our cinema equivalent
of "Godzilla" is the J.J. Abrams-produced
'5Cloverfield." The film--shot in shaky handi-cam--is
bout five friends trying to survive while a giant
monster attacks New York City. Like "Godzilla,"
;'"Cloverfield" brings into focus the very real fears
:Americans have felt for the past six years.
At the end of the day, however, "Godzilla" is still a
:movie about a guy in a rubber monster suit destroying
Tokyo. And "Cloverfield" is still a film--shot in shaky
handi-cam--about five friends trying to survive while a
-giant monster attacks New York City.
S"Cloverfield" has been surrounded by Internet buzz
sincee the first cryptic teaser was shown in front of
'"Transformers." The final product, released in theaters
last week, does a suitable job living up to the hype.
S"Cloverfield," from start to finish, is shot as if from
a hand-held camcorder. A disclaimer at the beginning
--identical to one shown in the trailer--states that the
footage was found in the area formally known as
Central Park.
The camera is owned by Rob Hawkins, who at the
start of the film is making a home-movie of his
girlfriend Beth (no, not that type of movie!). Before
-long, however, the footage is being taped over by his
brother, as he prepares for a going-away party for Rob.
Ordered by his girlfriend to tape the affair, he quickly
passes off the duty to mutual friend Hud. It is through
Hud's eyes, therefore, that we view the rest of the
movie, as he dutifully continues to film after the party
is disturbed first by an earthquake and then a giant
explosion. While we rarely see Hud, as he remains
.behind the camera for most of the film, his voice is our
constant companion.
"Someone will want to know," Hud says at one
point. "They'll want to know how it all went down."
And with that line, the audience is asked to accept


the idea that doofus that he is, Hud continues to film as
they race across Manhattan dodging the monster and
the military trying to fight it.
In the end, it all works. The whole thing could have
come off as simply a gimmick, but the first person
view gives the film a sense of immediacy, a sense of
being right there in the action, trying desperately to
survive. I found myself caring for the characters more,
and if an audience cares for a movie's characters,
they'll follow them anywhere.
"Cloverfield" is one part monster movie, one part
1970s disaster film, and one part "Blair Witch Project,"
taking the best of each to put on a new stamp on the
genres.
Unlike most recent disaster films, where the main
characters are the heroes and the decision makers--the
ones who can save the day, the characters of
"Cloverfield," whether they live or die, will not have a
bearing on the outcome of the disaster itself. They
won't be the ones to send the creature back to where it
came from. They won't lead the people of the world in
rebellion against it. They are simply the ants scurrying
around trying not to get stepped on.
While it's nothing new--classic disaster films like
"Towering Inferno" and "Earthquake" have similar
themes--it has been awhile since we've seen this
perspective. And that's where we go back to 9/11.
Those days brought home the very real possibility of
something terrible attacking us at home. It reminded us
that in situations like that, we have very little control
over the things around us.
While we might not easily relate to five upper-
middle class, New York 20-somethings, we can relate
to their fear. And that makes "Cloverfield" a much
more suspenseful film that I would have thought. Don't
think that I'm saying that the filmmakers are simply
playing on our fears about terrorist attacks. The movie
is still about a giant monster, even if this time it was
made in a computer rather than in a rubber mold.
"Cloverfield" caters to many fans, including those of
horror, science-fiction, action and disaster movies. A
word of warning, however: if you are prone to motion-
sickness or films like the Jason Bourne films bothered
you, do not go see this film in theaters. Wait for it to
come out on DVD and watch it on a smaller screen.
Everyone else, feel free to run in terror.
"Cloverfield" is rated PG- 13 for violence, terror and
disturbing images.


Leapin' lizards! One of
America's most beloved musicals,
"Annie," is back for its 30th
anniversary tour, giving a whole
new generation the chance to
experience the classic musical
about never giving up hope.
The timeless tale of Little
Orphan "Annie" will come to the
Tallahassee-Leon County Civic
Center for two performances on
Jan. 28 and 29 at 7:30 p.m.
"Annie," with nusic by Charles
Strouse and book by Thomas
Meehan, is again directed by its
lyricist, Martin Charnin, who
brought the
original
Production
of "Annie"
to Broadway in 1977. Tony Award
winning set designer, Ming Cho
Lee, has created a fresh look for
the new production.
The original Broadway
production of "Annie" won seven
1977 Tony Awards, including best
musical, book and score. It ran for
2,377 performances, and has
subsequently been produced all
over the world. The original
production is one of the top 20
longest running shows in
Broadway history.
"Annie" boasts one of
Broadway's most memorable
scores, including "It's the Hard-
Knock Life," "Easy Street,"
"N.Y.C." and "Tomorrow."
In addition to Charnin, Meehan,
Strouse and Lee, the creative team
includes original Broadway
musical staging by Peter Gennaro,
choreography by Liza Gennaro,
lighting design by Ken Billington,
costume design by Theoni
Aldridge and sound design by
Peter Hylenski. "Annie" is being
produced by Networks
Presentations, LLC. For more
information about the production,
visit annieontour.com.
Tickets for "Annie" are available
at the Civic Center Box Office and
www.ticketmaster.com. Ticket
prices are $50.50, $44.50 and
$34.50. Phone orders, tickets at the
outlets and internet sales are
subject to a convenience charge.
"Annie" is the third show of the
2007-08 Broadway Series at the
Civic Center. Other shows include




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"Ring of Fire," "Movin' Out" and
"Chicago."
The Broadway Series is co-
sponsored by WCTV and the


Tallahassee Democrat.
For more information, please
visit the civic center Web site at
www.tlccc.org.


The classic musical "Annie" comes to the Tallahassee-Leon
County Civic Center on Jan. 28-29 as part of the
production's 30th anniversary celebration.


ounb the trumpet


The trumpets and minstrels are
ready for the reverie at the Alachua
County Fairgrounds for the 22nd
annual Hoggetowne Medieval
Faire.
Hundreds of actors, artisans and
volunteers will be present
Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 26-27,
and Friday-Sunday, Feb. 1-3.
Faire hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
on Saturday and Sundays, and
9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday.
Admission is $12 for adults, $6
for children ages 5-17 and free for
children 5 and under.
For more information, call the
City of Gainesville Department of
Parks, Recreation and Cultural
Affairs at 352-334-ARTS or visit
www.gvlculturalaffairs.org.


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Faire returns.


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Jan. 28-29
The Tallahassee Broadway series at
the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic
Center presents "Annie." The timeless
tale of Little Orphan Annie is back,
boasting one of Broadway's most
memorable scores. For tickets, visit
online at www.tlccc.org or call
800-322-3602.
February 16-17
"My Little Pony" comes to the live stage
for the first time, bringing with it
teapots, rainbows, castles, unicorns,
balloons and fancy dress-up clothes.
Ticket prices range from $12.50 up to
$27.50 and are available by calling
800-322-3602 or by visiting
www.tlccc.org.
FESTIVALS "
Friday, Jan. 25
The Tallahassee Blues Festival hits the
Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center
featuring Shirley Brown, Latimore,
Theodis Ealey, Bobby Bland, Sir
Charles Jones, Mel Waiters, Marvin


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


Sunday, Jan. 27
Tickets are still available to see
comedian George Carlin when he
comes to Ruby Diamond Auditorium
at 7 p.m. For more information or for
tickets, visit tickets.fsu.edu or call
850-644-6500.


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


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B-4 Perry News-Herald January 25-26, 2008
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Small ads...big deals


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'You don't want to miss this one at the
Sloans Auction this Friday night, Jan. 25
at 6:30 p.m. Hauler from Tampa coming in
with a little bit of everything, see you there.
Colonel Bonney Auctioneer. AU2021
AB2011. 1557 Carlton Cemetery Rd. in
Perry.
,1/23-1/25




Yard Sale Saturday, 8:30-2:00. Youth
bedroom suite. Crib converts to youth and
full size bed, chest-of-drawers converts to
changing table and dresser. Coffe table,
exercise bike, treadmill, weight bench, 4
bikes, muzzle loader, John boat & trailer,
fishing, rods & reels, miscellaneous stuff.
1109 E. Julia St.
1/23-25
INSIDE YARD SALE! Saturday, Jan. 26
from 8-3. 3460 Azalea Dr. (off of Green
Farm Road) 672-2330. Follow signs and
balloons. Housewares, mens & women
clothing. Small appliances, rugs, picture
frames & more.
1/23-25


Huge Yard Sale Over 10 rooms of stuff!
Saturday, Jan. 26, 9 a.m. 3 p.m. Inside
rain or shine. China Cabinet, wringer
washer, electric dryer, refrigerator and
more. Everything under $10 is half price.
FREE Coffee. Corner of Miller and Woods
Creek Rd.
1/25
Yard Sale 511 Bishop Blvd. Saturday
across from the rodeo. 9 a.m. -1 p.m.
Sporting goods, apparel (girls teen size
small, name brand) furniture.
1/25AMCLK
4-family yard sale Saturday, 8 a.m.-until.
308 Puckett Rd. New and used clothes,
household items, lots of misc.
1/25




Bearded Dragon comes with 55 gal. Aq.
Tank and cabinet w/lights. $150 OBO.
Call 584-7032 or 838-6169 and ask for
Steve.
1/25-2/20

REMEMBER YOUR VALENTINE SWEETHEART
3 ct Channel set diamond tennis bracelet,
60 diamonds.
New $25000 will sell for $1300.
Purchased from Mitch's Gold & Diamonds
Call 843-1980
1/25-2/15
Sofa & Loveseat for sale. Both extremely
comfortable. Neutral colors creme & sage
green. Will sell together or separately.
Sofa $400 & love seat $150 or both for
$500. Call 584-6583.
1/23-1/25
2002 & Sunvision tanning bed, 24 bulb
with face tanner low hours, like new,
$1,500 OBO. 223-1149.
1/16-1/25
Piano lessons for adults and students.
Limited spaces available. Call 850-584-
9290.
1/16-1/25


WANT TO BY




Years Wanted
1941 &before 1974 1994
1945 1975 1995
1946 1976 1996
1947 1979 1997
1948 1981 1998
1952 1982 1999
1961 1983 2000
1963 1984 2001
1964 1985 2002
1965 1986 2003
1966 1987 2004
1967 1990 2005
1968 1991 2006
1972 1992 2007
1973 1993

Also want any annual
from Jerkins High School

Please call
Mark Southerland

850-584-6021


Barn-stored round hay for sale $40 a roll.
838-9514
1/16-1/25
FIREWOOD FOR SALE $50 PICKUP LOAD. CALL
584-2827.
1/25-2/1
BED $150 2 pc Queen P/T mattress set.
New in plastic with warranty. Can deliver.
850-222-9879.
1/25GCN1
BDRM 5 pc. cherry set. Brand new in
boxes $499. Can Deliver. 850-425-8374.
1/25GCN1
Dining Set, Solid Wood Pub Table, 4
Stools, Brand New. $249. d50-545-7112.
1/25GCN1
Sofa, loveseat & chair. New micro fiber,
stain resistant, family friendly. $600, must
move, delivery available. 850-222-7783.
1/25GCN1
Tempurpedic-style NASA Memory Foam
mattress set new in plastic w/warranty List
Value $1200 Sacrifice $399 850-222-9879.
1/25GCN1


Shop AVON at Home! visit my'website:
www.youravon.com/sweirick or call
371-0308 to place your order!
1/25tf
For Sale a Golden Companion Scooter
with Cover also a Harmar AL-100 scooter
Lift goes with it. Never been used asking
$1500. Call 584-9085 or 584-3065.
1/23-1/25


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Town & Country has 1 and 2 bedroom
mobile homes for rent. Call 584-3095 for
more details.
1/16-1/25
Commercial Building for Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist area and waiting
area. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group Realty at 850-584-4401.
7/12tfnSGR
Westgate Hotel Rooms available for Rent.
Refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $154
weekly or $40 daily plus tax.(RV sites also
available.) 1627 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.
850-584-5235.
11/14tfLS
For Rent in Perry city limits 3 or 4 bed/2
Bath central H/A, new appliances, tile
floors, new carpet in bedrooms, large
cement patio in back, walk to schools.
First and last and security deposit
required. $800/mo. Call 727-586-6052 for
application.
12/21-2/13
For Rent 3 bed/2 bath home just NW of
town $800 per month. Is and last moths
rent. Plus $300 deposit. Call 838-3146
1/23-1/25
Beach Area 1 bed/1 bath block house.
$650 per month. Adults only. Available
Feb. 1, call 850-578-2356.
1/23-2/1
1 & 2 bedroom apartments available. Call
584-6666
12/5tfWO

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 appointment.
1/16ff

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. TDDfTTY 711. 315 Puckett Rd,
Perry, Fl, 32347. Equal Housing
Opportunity.

rCome one...
come all!

PERRY ELKS


BINGO

Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
305 Puckett Road


,WANT TO BUY

< Old Fireplace Brick
Gold (scrap) ~ Diamonds ~ Old Comic Books
Coins (silver) & Paper Money ~ Taylor County Memorabilia

Used Furniture
Bedroom Dining Room Living Room Bedding


WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!
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.
tfWA

Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthly $550
required $45 deposit. $154 weekly or $40
daily plus tax. 317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy.
850-584-7033
11/14tfLS

For Rent: 3 bedroom, 2 bath. $600 mo.
First and last month's rent plus security
deposit required. 838-9514
1/16-1,25
Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease, electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584 4401
6/21tfnSGR
Taking applications on 2 well kept 2
bedroom mobile home. Central AC, No
Pets. Will accept one very small child.
584-4366.
1/25-2/6
WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!
Now accepting applications for the waiting
list for our 1, 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.
tfWA


Steinhatchee Place Resort Furnished 1
and 2 bedroom Condos for Rent. $750-
$850. Included in price Water, cable,
internet and hot tub in Steinhatchee. Call
1-352-498-7740.
1/25tfSPR


For Sale By Owner Near Keaton Beach
2,305 sq. ft. 2004 DWMH on 1.25+ acres, 4
bedroom, 2.5 bath, central heat/air, 3
decks, skirting, gutters, 2 car garage, boat
shelter, heated in ground pool, fenced
back yard, gravel driveway, 2 wells, septic
tank, sprinkler system, water softener.
REDUCED $155,000, call 850-578-3094
for apt.
1/16-2/8
Mobile Home 2 BR/2 Bth 14x70. Good
condition, central heat and air, new roof.
You move. Shown by appointment only!
Will be ready around March 1st. $9,000.
Call 584-6294.
1/23-2/1
1994 28x64 3 bdr/2 bth Nobility Spacious,
bright, lots of windows. $19,500 (850)879-
7095/973-2353.
1/23-1/25


Land for sale, 221 North Between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466.
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MOTIVATED SELLER
MOVING OUT OF STATE
House 5 BD/1 B 602 Jefferson St.
House & Land 3 BD/2 B- 113 Lewis Drive
House 3 B/ B 602 W. Bacon St.
Will consider owner Financing with Large
Down Payment. 584-4678.
1/9-2/1

Owner Sale 112 McCall St. 3 Br/1 B, kit-
Dine, L.R., back deck, large storage Bid.
Fenced back yard, new roof, $92,500. Call
223-1382 or 584-4618.
12/27-01/25


I moved out of the area and must sell my

BRANDNEW 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.
Appraised at $100,000+ but will sell for $69,000.

Call 352-224-5617



MUST SELL

Beautiful 2/2 2006 24x44 DWMH less than
2 miles from gulf, paved drive, 1.3 acre completely
cleared partially fenced lot, 2-12x12 storage buildings
on concrete slab with many extras. Appraised at
$90,000+ but will sell for $69,000.

Call 352-224-5617


2/2 Waterfront home near Keaton Beach.
DRASTICALLY REDUCED from $210,000
to $160,000. Cute 2 Story Home on Sea.
Owner very motivated! Call Debby Howard
at Sun & Stars Realty 223-1849 or 386-
590-0848
New 28x70 3 bd/2 bth Real Cedar Log
Home. Only $79,995 inc. Delivery and set
up. Call Prestige Home Centers 1-800-
477-2492.
12/12PH
$149 Bi-weekly will buy you a new 2 or 3
bd/2 bth mobile home Call Prestige Home
Centers. 1-800-477-2492.
12/12PH
Turn Key Repo 3 bd/2 bth on 2.5 acies in
Bronson Area. Call Prestige Home
Centers. 1-800-477-2492.
12/12PH
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-
2755.
1/18tfDC
New or Used Mobile Homes with No
money down for Land Owners. Call
Prestige Home Centers 1-800-477-2492.
12/12PH
VA loans available with no n.oney down!
Call Prestige Home Centers 1-800-477-
2492.
12/12PH


Smurfit-Stone Container Corporation is
currently seeking a Heavy Equipment
operator in Perry. S9 to $9.50 hr., 40 to 50
hours weekly, plus benefits Applicants
must be able to load and unload trucks
and be required to move loaded trailers.
Assist mill operators in repairs and
cleanup. Must be dependable, put safety
first and team oriented. Requirements are:
high school education and two years
experience operating heavy equipment,
have a valid drivers license, background
check, drug screening and pre-
employment physical. Applicants can
apply by going to www.smurfit-stone.com
1/11-2/6
Avon Reps Needed! How would you like to
be your own boss? Start your own
business. I can show you how. $10 start-
up kit. Call BJ Today! 850-584-6289 or
850-843-2605.
11/2tfBJ

Martin Marietta Materials
Immediate Openings
Now hiring for the following positions, in a
Limerock Mine, 23 miles west of Perry, FL.
Heavy Equipment Operators. Apply in
person Martin Marietta Materials. Hwy 98
West, Perry, FL. 850-584-6461 To learn
more about our company visit our website:
www.martinmarietta.com We are an equal
opportunity employer. M F,'D;V
1/23-2/1


TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Solid Waste Heavy Equipment operator -
$9.31 -$10.17
Road Mte. Technician (RMT) $8.04 hr.
Part time Custodian ( Public Library) -
$6.88 hr.
Job descriptions and applications can be
obtained from www.tavlorcontyvov.com or
One Stop Mobile Unit located in the Kmart
Parking Lot Wednesdays 9 a.m. 6 p.m. or
at 502 N. Center Street Perry, FL on
Tuesday and Thursdays from 8 a.m. 2
p.m. Positions are open until filled. Taylor
County Board of County Commissioners
is an EOE, VP, DT, background check
employer.
11/21BCC

Help Wanted Badcock & More, Set up and
delivery. Must be 21 yrs. old. License and
good driving record required. No phone
calls! Apply in person 1225 S. Jefferson'
St.
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The City of Perry
is hiring for the following
positions;

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

Applications are available:
Online: Applications and job
Descriptions are available at
www.employflorida.com
(Register as a job seeker. ..ea,:r ;i Tayiv:.r C, unity
Click on desired position.)
Send printed and completed
Application via mail to:
Employment Connections
200 West Base Street, 2nd Floor
Madison, FL 32340
or
Fax: (850) 973-9757
Employment Connections Mobile Unit
Wednesday's Irom 8.00 am to 5:00 pm in the
Kmart parking lot (1809 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.)
Employment Connections Madison Office
Located at 200W Base St. Madison, FL 32340
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER


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
Free Workplace.
1/16-1/25

Housekeeping/Rloor Care
Seeking detail oriented person for full time
position capable of completing tasks with
some independence. Responsible for
routine floor care including cleaning,
waxing and buffing. Must be comfortable
operating floor machine and buffing
machine. Normal shift 6 am to 2 pm. Fill in
for housekeeping as needed. Occasional
weekends and night shift hours. Contact:
Bobby Roberts, Lafayette Health Care, 512
W. Main St., Mayo, FL.
1/23-2/1LHC
Maintenance
Seeking positive minded individual who
interacts well with others for working
supervisor position. Provides and
oversees maintenance needs for facility,
grounds and equipment for ten year old
skilled nursing center. A/C, heating, minor
equipment, plumbing, electrical,
refrigeration and other experience in
commercial building repair amd
preventative maintenance desired, Health
care plant operations experience a plus.
Send resume to Richard Wisdahl,
Administrator. Lafayette Health Care
Center. 512 W. Main St., Mayo. FL 32066
1/23-21 LHC


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RN Unit Manager

Assist the Director of Nursing in leading and
directing a 97-bed facility and assigned staff
in maintaining approved care for residents.

FL RN License required
Full-Time Mon.-Fri.

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


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11:00 pm 7:00 am
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Phone 850-997-1800 or FAX resume to 850-997-7269


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Martin Electronics, Inc. has an immediate
need for an experienced buyer/planner.
This position requires a self-motivated,
highly qualified individual with the ability
to create manufacturing bills of material
based upon engineering drawings, procure
material, service and tooling components
at competitive price and delivery terms,
manage inventory levels to meet
production plans and optimize cash flow,
and effectively manage supplier
relationships. This position reports to the
Director of Materials. Requires excellent
planning, interpersonal and organizational
skills. Requires strong computer skills.
Knowledge of Great Plains MRP is helpful.
Requires a four-year college degree in a
business discipline and 3-5 years
experience as a buyer or production
planner in a manufacturing environment.
This position offers a competitive salary
and benefits package. Relocation
assistance is provided. All applicants are
subject to pre-employment drug screening
and a background check by BATF. Only
qualified candidates will be called for an
interview. Apply by submitting a resume
and salary requirements to the attention of
VP of Administration, email
ssleigher@martin-electronics.com by fax
850-584-2044 or by mail to VP of
Administration, Buyer/Planner Position
Martin Electronics, Inc., 10625 Puckett
Road, Perry, FL 32348.
EOE, AAE, VP
1/23

Martin Electronics, Inc. is currently
accepting applications for a Technician
(Electronics). Basic electronics,
electronic test equipment, read and
understand schematic diagrams, make
various types of connections, assemble
various connections. Heavy lifting may be
required. Good math skills. Must be able
to use schematic diagrams to wire PLCis
and associate devices, work in all weather
conditions and wear all applicable PPE.
Competitive benefits. All applicants are
subject to.pre-employment drug screening
and a background check by BATF. 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
Wednesday or stop by MEI to complete
an application.
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1995 Jeep Wrangler 4x4; 86,000 miles;
brand new tires and bikini top; good
condition; $4,500. Call 584-9108
1/23-2/1

'99' Chevy Tahoe 4x4, leather, heated
seats, CD player, $5,500 must sell. 838-
2755
1/18tfDC

'93'CHevy Blazer $2,000. Call 584-3835.
1/25-1/30
2002 Chevrolet S-10, V6. Great condition.
$5,800 call 838-2137.
1/25-1/30
2001 Sequoia limited edition, 4 wheel
drive, automatic, aircondition, good
condition, 61kmiles. $17,000. Call 584-
4395.
1/25-1/30

2005 Buick Rendezvous CX Plus, gray
leather seats, 3rd row seat (7 passenger),
pb, power windows, pdi, cc, AMiFM
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
12/19tfSD

2000 Black Chevy 4x4 Z71 Stepside
truck, 120,000 miles, runs great, bed liner,
toolbox, new tires. $10,000 00B. 223-
1149.
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2003 660 Grizzly four wheeler 4x4. low
miles, good condition. S5.700 OBO. 223-
1149
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J D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps Call today 838-1280
Firewood for sale.
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Bush Hogging. Grading and Tree
Removal. Call B11i at 578-2379.
10/19tfA2Z

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.
3/9tfnAZ

CARPET & VINYL
installation and repairs done at a good
price. No overhead. Direct savings to you
30 years experience. 850-838-9050.
Please leave message.
01/04tfnBR

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.
1/16-6/13

Residential swimming pool cleaning.
Matthew J. Lorentz 223-2164 or 321-624-
1813.
1/16-2/29
AW-- SHARE'S
Carpet, Tile and Grout cleaning & sealing.
Call 850-838-2805 or 850-843-1639
1/11-1/30


TREE REMOVAL/STUMP GRINDING
LAWN MAINTENANCE/UPKEEP
Tree Surgery Landscaping
52 Bucket Truck
FREE ESTIMATES
Licensed & Insured/All Work Guaranteed
Lowest Prices in the Area
John Sesock, owner 850-584-2027
CELL 850-591-8301
1/2-2/2



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spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees.
creditors and all other parties claiming
by, through, under or against their, the
unknown spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees and creditors of deceased
persons, and ial o'her parties claiming
by, through, under ori gains their, and
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226i.5 L sh Creek H'.vy, Perry Floria;
32348
D 'es; 'ion (Port of Ofaical Record Roo,
31i. Page 704)
Des, i iocn Parcel 1
Commencing o' he Northwest corner
Governmen' Lot 4, Secion 12. Township
08 Sou'h. Range 07 East Taylor County
Flor'do and run South 00 degrees 00
minutes 00 seconds EasT along the lot
ine, a di:sance of 690 00 feet, thence
run North 90 degrees 00 minutes 00
seconds East, a distance of 1.079 69
fee for the POINT OF BEGINNING;
'hence con-tnue easterly along said line,
a distance of 423 77 feet to the point of
curve of a non tangent curve to the
righi, of which the radius point lies South
68 degrees 52 minutes 32 seconds
West, a radial distance of 1,09628 fee*.
thence southerly along the are, through
a central angle of 01 degrees 54
minutes 43 seconds, a distance of 36 58
feet, hence run South 19 degrees 12
minutes 44 seconds East, a distance of
357 1 0 oet, thence run Souith 18
degrees 25 minutes 37 seconds West, a
distance of 15364 feet; thence run
"sor'h 62 degrees 22 minutes 27
seconds West, a distance of 12293
feet, thence run South 78 degrees 12
minutes 13 seconds West, a distance of
271 95 feet, thence run South 15
degrees 47 minutes 50 seconds East, a
distance of 103.95-feet; thence run
South 61 degrees 01 minutes 42
seconds West, a distance of 117 76
feet; thence run South 90 degrees 00
minutes 00 seconds West, a distance of
408 11 feet; thence run North 57
degrees 00 minutes 11 seconds West, a
distance of 4062 feet. thence run North
38 degrees 44 minutes 54 seconds
West, a distance of 84.34 feet: thence
run North 33 degrees 54 minutes 58
seconds West, a distance of 43.89 feet:
thence run North 48 degrees 38 minutes
32 seconds West, a distance of 85.89
feet; thence run North 13 degrees.47
minutes 46 seconds West, a distance of
47 45 feet, thence run North 32 degrees
42 minutes 33 seconds West, a distance
of 54 77 feet, thence run North 23
degrees 13 minutes 17 seconds West, a
distance of 59.61 feet; thence run North
18 degrees 35 minutes 20 seconds
West. a distance of 65.61 feet; thence
run North 24 degrees 32 minutes 36
seconds West, a distance of 108 97
feet. thence run North 23 degrees 49
minutes 45 seconds West, a distance of
64 64 feet, thence run North 00 degrees
03 minutes 27 seconds West, a distance
of 4560 feet: thence run North 77
degrees 29 minutes 04 seconds East, a
distance of 32.10 feet, thence run South
14 degrees 23 minutes 48 seconds East.
a distance of 35 01 feet, thence run
South 56 degrees 12 minutes 30
seconds East, a distance of 107.88 feet;
thence run North 73 degrees 47 minutes
26 seconds East, a distance of 103 91
feet, thence run North 48 degrees 20
minutes 27 seconds East, a distance of
52 58 feet, hence run North 08 degrees
50 minutes 58 seconds East, a distance
of 44.94 feet: thence run North 35
(degreos 56 minutes 47 seconds East,'o
distance of 78 73 feet: thence run North
59 degrees 15 minutes 26 seconds East.
a distance of 90.33 feet, thence run
Nortn 87 degrees 52 minutes 27
seconds East, a distance of 92 64 feet,
thence run South 78 degrees 45 minutes
57 seconds East, a distance of 98 65
feet; thence run North 63 degrees 02
minute 03 seconds East, a distance of
81 86 feet, thence run North 30 degrees


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lIrn Ipu lln he in n may be continued to
n r, I nor :;'ure d '.'. Any
i' 0.; ,'[,ie jury shall b.' advised that
.IPt da-e. I 'ia ane i olace of any
co 'inur i 'l ;ho,t public hearing shall
Dr ann'ounrceoc durlngJ :he public
hearing rj d :ha- no further no'ce
concern'jJg he ma--er .'ail oe published.
-"loss sod con'inl -ion exceeds six
-,e or veeKs finm he da'e of -he
.; ve reference p auolc hearing
C: s! as of he appliica;on are, available
for !i,:.C :nspec-,on a- ne Building &
Planning Depar-men, AdminItroative
Compie<. oo'ed at 201 E Green
S;ree-, Rerry, Florda 32347
Al person are a-vised Tla' if They
decide *o appeal any decision made
aT the above referenced public
hearing, They will need a record of the
proceeding, and that, for such purpose.
-hey may need 'o ensure That a
verbatim record of the proceedings is
made, which record includes their
testimony and evidence upon which
the apoeal is to be based.
1/23, 1/25


NOIICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
FINAL SHARED VISION PLAN
The Taylor County Planning Board will
hold a public hearing on the Shared
Vision Plan on Thursday, February 7.
2008. or 6 00 p m., or as soon thereafter
as the matter con be heard, at the
Taylor County Administrative Complex
located at 201 East Green Street, Perry,
Florida 32347. The purpose of the
hearing is to consider recommending
approval of the Final Shared Vision Plan
to the County Commissior. Interested
parties are invited to review a copy of
the plan on the internet, at
http.//www.taylorcountyvision org or at
the Planning Department Olfice located
at 201 East Green Street, Perry. Florida
32347
The public hearing may be continued to
one or more dates. Any interested
party shall be advised that the date,
time and place of any continuation of
the public hearings shall be announced
during the public hearing and that no
further notice concerning the matter will
be published.
All members of the public are welcome
to attend. Notice is further hereby
given, that pursuant to Florida Statute
286.0105, that any person or persons
deciding to appeal any matter
considered at this public hearing will
need a record of the hearing and may
need to ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made, which
record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to
be based.

Pursuant to Section 2.13(B) of the City
Charter of the City of Perry, Florida,
notice is hereby given that the City
Council had Introduction and First
Reading on Ordinance No. 858 on
January 22, 2008 in the City Council
Chambers, 224 S Jefferson Street, Perry,
Florida The Public Hearing and Final
Reading on Ordinance No. 858 is
scheduled for February 12, 2008 in the
City Council Regular Meeting, Council
Room 224 S. Jefferson Street, Perry,
Florida at 6 30 p m.. or as soon
thereafter as possible. Any interested
per.soq,- .. -' '-,t2ajd on
rhe ** .. -: 1.... hearing s
date Notice is also given, pursuant to
Florida Statutes 286.0105 tnat any person
deciding to appeal any decision of the
City Council with respect to any matter
considered at the meeting will need a
record of that meeting and may need
to ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made; which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
ORDINANCE NO. 858
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PERRY,
FLORIDA, RELATING TO THE REZONING OF
LESS THAN TEN CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF
LAND, PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION Z-
07-025, BY THE PROPERTY OWNERS OF
SAID ACREAGE, AMENDING THE OFFICIAL
ZONING ATLAS OF THE CITY OF PERRY
LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS;
PROVIDING FOR REZONING FROM
RESIDENTIAL (CONVENTIONAL) SINGLE
FAMILY-1 (RSF-1) TO CO',MMERCIAL
NEIGHBORHOOD (CN) OF CERTAIN
LANDS WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF
THE CITY OF PERRY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Copies of said Ordinance No. 858 may
be inspected at the Administration
Office of City Hall, 224 S. Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida between the hours of 8:00
a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday thru Friday.
Robert A. Brown, Jr.
City Manager
Emily Weed Ketring
Mayor
1/25


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 07 996-CA
ESTATE OF MABEL INEZ GOODMAN,
Plaintiff.
v
ROY E MAYS and VELMA L. MAYS, if alive,
and if dead, their unknown spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors and
all other parties claiming by, through,
under or against their; the unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees and
creditors of deceased persons, and all
other parties claiming by, through, under
or against their: and all unknown natural
persons if alive, and if dead or not
known to be dead or alive, their several
and respective unknown spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees and creditors, or
other parties claiming by. through or
under those unknown natural persons;
and. the several and respective
unknown assigns. successors in interest,
trustees or any other person claiming
by, through, under or against any
corporation or other legal entity named
as defendant, and all claimants,
persons or parties, natural or corporate.
or whose exact legal status is unknown,
claiming under any of the above
named or described defendants or
parties claiming to have any right, title or
interest in and to the lands hereinafter
described,
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO ROY E MAYSo andVELMA L MAYS, if


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any other person claiming by, through,
under or against any corporation or
other legal entity named as defendant,
and all claimants, persons or parties,
natural or corporate, or whose exact
legal status is unknown, claiming under
any of the above named or described
defendants or parties claiming to have
any right, title or interest in and to the
lands described in tne Complaint for
Quiet Title
YOU. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a
Complaint for Quiet Title has been filed
by the Plaintiff, ESTATE OF MABEL INEZ
GOODMAI in Taylor County, Florida: and
you ale required to serve a copy of
Your answer or other pleading on the
plaintiffs attorney, MICHAEL S. SMITH of
SMITH & SMITH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, P.A
P 0 Drawer 579, Perry, Florida 32348,
and file the original answer or pleading
in the office of the Clerk of The above-
named Court on or before the 24th
day of FEBRUARY, 2008.
IF YOU FAIL TO DO SO. judgment by
default will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and official seal, this
22nd day of January, 2008.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Taylor County, Florida
P 0. Box 620
Perry, Florida 32348
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
1/25

NOTICE (PURSUANT LQ
CHAPTER 286.011 OF THE
FLORIDA STATUTES)
NOTICE is hereby given that the Board
of County Commissioners of Taylor
County. Florida'Will meet in closed
session pursuant to Chapter 286-011
Florida Statutes to discuss an
administrative Petition filed versus Taylor
County, Florida, the style of the case
being
JOHN W. AND GALL D. DICKERT, CAROLE
E. TAITT, DIANE V. AND RICHARD L. "ABE"
WHITFIELD, JOY TOWLES EZELL, AND
TAYLOR RESIDENTS UNITED for the
ENVIRONMENT, INC. (TRUE), Petitioners
vs. TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA, a political
subdivision of the State of Florida and the.
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS,
Respondents Attending the session shall
be the Board of County Commissioners,
Hon. Malcolm Page, Hon. Mark Wiggins,
Hon. Clay Bethea,.Hon. Rudolph Parker,
Hon. Pot Patterson. Hon. Annie Mae
Murphy, the Clerk of the Court, the
County Administrator, Jack Brown and
the County attorney, Conrad C. Bishop,
Jr
The session shall be an attorney-client
session. The session shall commence at
on open meeting at which the
Chairperson shall announce' the
commencement and estimated length
of the attorney-client session and the
names of the persons attending. At the
conclusion of the attorney-client session,
the meeting shall be re-opened, and
the Chairperson shall announce the
termination of the session. A certified
court reporter shall be present to take
down The entire session, that Court
Reporter shall be Debris Jacobo and a
transcript shall be made apart of the
public record upon the conclusion of
the litigation. The reporter shall record
the times of the commencement and
termination of the session, all discussions
and procedures, the names of all
persons present at any time, and the
names of all persons speaking. No
portion, of the session shall be off the
reC6'rd''The Court Reporter's notes shall
be fully transcribed and filed with the
Clerk within a reasonable time after the
meeting.
The session shall be January 28, 2008, at
5:30 p.m. at the Board of County
Commission Meeting Room, Taylor
County Courthouse Annex, Old Post
Office Building in Perry, Florida.
Dated this 25 day of January. 2008.
ANNIE MAE MURPHY. Clerk

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
21ST MORTGAGE CORPORATION F/K/A
21ST CENTURY HOME MORTGAGE
CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CASE NO. Q7-751-CA
DAVID R. HORNSBY: THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF DAVID R. HORNSBY; IF LIVING,
INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SAID DEFENDANTSS, 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 DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to
a Final Summary Judgment of
Foreclosure entered in the above-styled
cause, in the Circuit Court of Taylor
County, Florida, I will sell the property
situate in Taylor County, Florida,
described as: THE NORTH 1/2 OF THE
SOUTH 1/2 OF LOTS 7 AND 8, BLOCK 40.
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,
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 FEE1; 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 sole, 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 11TH DAY OF JANUARY 2008
Any person claiming on interest in the
surplus from the sole, 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 Lovalle
Deputy Clerk
This instrument prepared by:
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive Tampa, FL 33619-
1328
Attorneys for Plaintiff
In accordance with the American with
Disabilities Act of 1990, persons needing
a special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
contact the ASA Coordinator no later
than seven (7) days prior to the
proceedings. If hearing impaired,
please call (800) 955-9771 (TDD) or
(800) 955-8770 (voice), via Florida Relay
Service.
1/18




PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the Taylor
County Canvassing Board will convene
at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2008 in
the 2nd Floor Courtroom, in the Taylor
County Courthouse. The Canvassing
Board will meet to begin canvassing the
absentee ballots for the Presidential
Preference Primary Election and to
receive queries from the public.
In accordance with the Sunshine Law of
Florida, all Canvassing Board meetings
are open to the public.
Note: Persons are advised that if they
wish to appeal any decision made at
this meeting, they will need a record of
the proceedings and for such purpose,
they may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings is
made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based per Section
286.0105, Florida Statutes.
Molly Hendry Lilliott
Supervisor of Elections
Taylor County
1/25


Notice is hereby given to Jo Ann
Morgan unless payment is made on
1988 Ford F150 VIN: 1FTEX14N9JKA36224
for towing service on 1/2/2008. Vehicle
will be auctioned on the 8th day of
February, 2008 @10 am at Thomas
Chevrolet 2128 Hwy 19 S, Perry. FL.
1/25


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File No: 07-393cp
In RE: ESTATE OF WILLIAM AUGUSTA
SYLVIA, Deceased
Notice to Creditors
The administration of the estate ot
William Augusta Sylvia, deceased,
whose date of death was January, 17,
2007, is pending in the Circuit Court for
Taylor County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is P.O. Box 620,
Perry, FL 32348. The names and-
addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required to be
served must file their claims with this
court within the later of 3 months after
the time of the first publication of this
notice or 30 days after the date of
service of a copy of this notice on
them.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court within
3 months after the date of the first
publication of this notice.
All claims not filed within the time periods
set forth in section 733.702 of the Florido
probate code will be forever barred
Notwithstanding the time periods set
forth above, any claim filed two (2)
years or more after the decedent's
date of death is barred.
The date of first publication of this notice
is Jan. 25, 2008.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Susan C. Wilkerson
Attorney for Michael Sylvia
Florida Bar No. 0397131
P.O. Box 773
Aripeka, FL 34679
Telephone: (352)688-4603
Personal Representative:
Michael Sylvia
P.O. Box 623
Steinhatchee. Florida 32359
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