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5 Friday 20%Saturday91 75 Sunday91 76 90 76Index Looking Back . ......... A-4 Living . .................... A-5 Religion . .................. A-6 Sports . ................... A-7 Entertainment . ....... A-9 Classieds . .......... A-13 TV listings . ........... A-1520% One section 129th Year, No. 25www.perrynewspapers.com Weather 50 Friday/ Saturday June 22-23, 2018www.perrynewspapers.com Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889 Commissioners choose change over status quo:Sheriff to run Emergency Management County commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to turn over administration of Taylor County Emergency Management (TCEM) to the Taylor County Sheriffs Ofce (TCSO) and Sheriff Wayne Padgett. The transition will not be immediate, as both sides work to craft an interlocal agreement detailing the new arrangement. Several major details remain uncertain, including who will ultimately hold the title of Taylor County Emergency Management Director -a position required by Florida Statutes. The question of how the county should move forward with its Emergency Management department and who would lead it arose in May after former Emergency Management Director Steve Spradley was appointed by Florida Gov. Rick Scott to the County Commission District 3 seat, lling the vacancy left by the death of longtime Commissioner Frank Russell in February. TCEM, which coordinates with local, state and federal agencies before, during and after disasters, had just two employees -Spradley and Emergency Management Coordinator Kristy Anderson, who has been running the department since Spradleys appointment and reporting directly to County Administrator Ted Lakey. During this time, both the TCSO and Taylor County Fire-Rescue (TCFR) pitched the commission on the Call of Duty By MARK VIOLA Staff writer Four Taylor County Sheriff Ofce (TCSO) personnel, along with Sheriff Wayne Padgett himself, have been recognized for their actions during a domestic kidnapping that began in Bradford County and ended at a Steinhatchee motel with the victim alive and the suspect dead by his own hand. TCSO Inv. Thomas Gunter, Dep. Joseph Franklin, Capt. Jimmy Cash and Inv. Bryan Hayden, as well as Padgett, all received the Silver Star for Bravery from the American Police Hall of Fame after being nominated by the Bradford County Sheriffs Ofce. Bradford County Sheriff Gordon Smith was at the Taylor County Commissions board meeting Tuesday to present plaques and medals to four of the ve men (Hayden was unable to attend the meeting). Addressing the commission, Smith recounted the events leading up to that fateful April 30 confrontation from his perspective. That weekend, I was woken up by my Major Smith no relation. He says, Sheriff, here is what I think weve got. We have a serious situation. A young lady may have been abducted due to a domesticviolence situation, Smith said. Our whole staff came out. Were a small county, the same as you. Were just a few thousand more in population, but you could t four of my counties inside yours. Were the third smallest area-wise. We activated everything Please see page 10 Sheri, deputies awarded silver star for bravery ABOVE & B BEYOND THE Cattle Boss Pioneer Trailblazer By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI Managing Editor Idell Sadousky was a strong-minded woman -how could she not be with a father known far and wide as Boss Faulkner? When she met her husband-to-be, William Charles Sadousky, in Miami and they decided to marry, nothing would do but to have the ceremony in her hometown, at the First United Methodist Church. She delivered their rst child in a hospital in her husbands native New York, but was determined that their second child would be born back home in Perryeven though it meant a 22-hour drive south and months of separation. So Daddy drove her and my older sister back to Florida, and then went back to New York to work. I was born Nov. 17, 1940, in a front bedroom at my grandparents old farmhouse off Houck Road. Dr. Warren delivered me, pioneer descendant Robert Thomas Sadousky said. I was ve and one-half months old before Daddy got the time to come pick us up. I still have the letters Mama sent to Daddy telling him about me being born. They are packed in an old cedar chest at my house. Daddy told me he made the 22-hour trip down non-stop, taking U.S. 1 most of the way here. That was before interstates (highways). When I was six months old, I was diagnosed with appendicitis, and was operated on in New York. I had my appendix removed. If we had been here when that had happened, I probably would not have made it. The closest hospital was in Thomasville, I think. I remember seeing that scar most of my life. I can remember one visit when we came down from New York to the farmhouse. I was about four years old, and I remember my mothers younger brother, Toby, pulling us around the yard in a long tub. Toby joined the Marines when he was 19. His rst battle was Iwo Jima. Seven thousand soldiers were killed in that one battle. Toby was one of them. I remember where I was when Mama found out. We were living in a threestory house. We lived in the bottom two stories and rented out the top oor. There was a knock at the door. I was halfway up the stairs. It was a telegraph telling Mama about Toby. I remember her crying. That was in April 1945. When the war ended a few months later, Sadousky said his family joined the tens of thousands of people who crowded into Times Square to celebrate. Daddy carried me Please see page 2 Family Legacy Water, sewer service and boat houses discussed:Dark Island easement debated A Dark Island property owners request to allow him access to water and sewer services by way of an easement across or under county-owned Dark Island Boat Ramp property was tabled by county commissioners at the countys June 7 meeting. Bish Clark appeared before the county to discuss his request for an easement for water and sewer installation at his Dark Island property located adjacent to the Dark Island Boat Ramp. According to Clark, the local Taylor Beaches Water and Sewer District agreed to install water and sewer to his property, but needed an easement to cross the county-owned boat ramp property. The good news is that the line is on the same side of the road, so we dont need to drill under it, Clark said. But, I do need a utility easement to bore under the parking lot to put a water and sewer hook-up for a camper there, because I do not want to trench across the parking lot and tear it up. Clark explained that he wants to eventually build a home on the property, but wishes to place a camper or two there in the meantime. When asked by commissioners, Clark stated that his 35 or so acres of wetlands had more than 2,500 feet of uplands that are high and dry. They may not be contiguous, but I am sure I have the required 2,500 feet, Clark said. Ideally, yall should buy this property, Clark said, adding that he has three different entities interested in purchasing the property. He noted that his original asking price for the property was $425,000, but he has since lowered the price to $325,000. That is for 13 acres? Commissioner Steve Spradley asked, mentioning that the property consisted of marshland that had been lled in with dredge material. By CAITLYN BURCHETT Contributing writer Final, horrifying moments -a widowed mother, just trying to provide for her family, found herself staring down the barrel of a .38 caliber pistol and a teenage boys nger on the trigger. Now, 33 years after Irene Buckhalter Hill, 46, was gunned down in cold blood, her killer, Jessie James Livingston Jr., is scheduled to be resentenced Wednesday, Killer freed?Please see page 10 Please see page 10 Please see page 3

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around in Times Square. I remember all the people. The family stayed in New York another year before packing up and moving south. Daddy was an electrician, which was the reason he wasnt drafted. In the summer of 1946, they loaded everything in a moving truck and drove down to Perry. Bry Stripling, who had just gotten out of the service, helped Mama and Daddy pack. He followed them down, and my sister and I rode with him. So we all moved into the farmhouse. There was no electricity, just kerosene lights. No running water. But I was just a kid, so it was just a great big adventure. We were on a farm where there was so much happening all the time. I loved it. Daddy worked in town, and every day when he got home, he worked on wiring the house. There were not any power lines out that way, so he would bring home a generator and hook it up to the house. That was the rst electric lights we had. Life on the farm had a predictable rhythm, Sadousky said. Every Saturday they butchered ve cows and brought the beef into town in the cow truck. He (his grandfather, Boss Faulkner) provided the town with beef. When Sadousky was in the third grade, his parents moved into the city, rst renting a small house and then buying two acres on Puckett Road. His father had an electric shop located behind the Frigidaire store downtown. But he and mama talked about building a motel. So they got with Mr. Vereen and Mr. Hamilton, and built what was known as Holiday Lodge. It was located where Popeyes and Taco Bell are now. I remember helping daddy clear the land to build the motel. That was during the motel boom. They had already built a two-story house on Puckett Road, and rented the upstairs bedrooms. They just hung a sign that said Guests and would ll up every night. When Sadousky graduated high school, a counselor asked him what was next. His answer was easy, Im tired of school. So rather than pursuing a degree, Sadousky helped his uncle herd cows that roamed large timber tracks off Highway 98. Buckeye had leased the property, and he (my uncle) got to keep the cows. That summer I stayed at Red Padgetts hunting camp, taking care of it. Thats when I killed my rst deer. That summer was the start of Sadouskys lifelong love of hunting, a love that remains to this day. The following summer found Sadousky down on Taylor Countys coast, digging canals at Keaton Beach and earning $1 an hour. I put in an application at the mill, but in the meantime I took a job in Cochran, Ga. Then I got a call from Buckeye and went to work with them that December. That was in 1959, and was the beginning of Sadouskys nearly four-decade career at the Foley mill, now owned by Georgia-Pacic. His parents were among the rst investors to develop the beaches. Mama inherited $9,000 from Grandpa, and Daddy talked her into investing it on the new development at Keaton Beach. They decided to build four houses. One washed away in the 1993 storm. The house Mama and Daddy kept was elevated just before the 1993 storm, and survived. In the early 1970s, Sadousky decided to build a home at the beach as well. One of the developers owned the last two lots. I remember being down there in a storm, standing on the bridge and looking down. The land at the point (near what is now Hodges Park) was not covered in water. I knew that was the lot I wanted. Sadousky bought the two lots at the point for $4,000 and started building. When the No Name Storm of 1993 hit, Sadousky stayed up until he thought the worst had passed and then went to bed. We had no warning whatsoever. I shut all the shutters and went to bed around 1:30 a.m. When I got up the next morning, there were waves in my front yard. My car and boat were already gone. The boat was up in some woods across the bay. Like so many other beach residents, Sadousky forged ahead, cleaning up and preparing as best as he could to weather the next storm. What he didnt know is that his next storm would have nothing to do with Mother Nature. It was the last Saturday of gobbler season, and Sadousky had plans to meet a friend for one nal trip to the woods. He planned to surprise his friend by driving up in his Pontiac Fiero he had just gotten out of the paint shop. I was coming just past Dekle Beach Road when I hit a great big hog. I wasnt wearing a seat belt and was ejected through the drivers window. The car rolled two and one-half times before landing on its roof. It hit a power pole, and the lines were hanging above ve feet above it. Delton Reed saw it happen. I remember someone saying my name, Robert, Robert and nothing else. I had no memory at all of what happened. Sadousky was airlifted from the scene to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital, where he stayed for 12 days before being released. I had a broken collar bone, three compression fractures in my back, all the knuckles on my ngers were broken. When I was released, I had my arm in a sling, but I could walk. Time went on, and I got back to myself again. Then one morning I woke up feeling terrible. I managed to drive myself to town and went to the doctor, even though I kept feeling weaker and weaker. Tests revealed a severe heart blockage, and Sadousky found himself in the operating room before the next two days passed. So that was another time I was looked after. Sadousky had yet another close call this past February when he was working at his hunting camp in Lamont. There was a dab of daylight left, and there was a step I wanted to replace up one of my trees. He was 12 feet in the air and had leaned over to start a lag bolt when the branch he was balancing on gave way. Down I went. I landed on my back and just laid there a few minutes to see if I was still alive. I managed to sit up, but that was it. My shirt was shredded. The sun was going down and the mosquitoes were coming at me. I tried to stand up, but the pain was so bad I couldnt. Nobody knew I was there. Fortunately, I had my cell phone in my pocket and managed to call 911. It was the rst time in my life I had to use 911. Forty-ve minutes later, an ambulance arrived and loaded me up. I had two broken ribs and a compression fracture. And, there again, I had what was necessary to stay alive. Sadousky takes pride in his Taylor County pioneer roots, recalling childhood stories about his grandfather. He was the youngest of 10 children, six girls and four boys. His brother, Thomas Jefferson Faulkner, built the Greystone for his daughter. Grandpa was sickly when he was young and they all took care of him. And, they said he bossed everybody, so they started called him Boss, and the name stuck. He got into the cattle business as a young man and it grew. He had no school education and he never drove a vehicle. If you saw him, he was either on foot or on a horse. Even as a boy I can remember he walked to town. He was born in 1878 and married my grandmother, Della Corrine Bowden, in 1915. He was in his late 30s and had never been married. She was in her early 20s. The Faulkners raised children as tough as the land they tamed, and that legacy of strength continues to be passed down the line. I love to tell these stories, because its just like Ive been looked after my whole life to do some good. Im still working on it. I remember the way I lived before I became a Christian, and I just know how much better its been since. Even when the bad stuff happens, you can make it through it. A-2 Perry News-Herald June 22-23, 2018 Parents ran a motel, were early beach investors FAMILY LEGACY Continued from page 1 Idell and William Charles Sadousky met in Miami, but married in her hometown of Perry. Originally from New York, William drove a fellow to Miami was to get away from New York City. My mother was down there during the summer visiting her aunt when she met my father, Robert Sadousky Faulkner got into preferring to walk or ride a horse.

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NEITHER SNOW, NOR RAIN... CARLTON RETIREDDuring the last 30 years of his career, neither rain, nor snow, nor gloom of night kept T. Franklin Carlton from his appointed rounds. And on Tuesday, June 21, Carlton made those rounds for the last time. Carlton, a mail carrier with the Perry Post Ofce, retired after 30 years of federal employment, two of which were spent in the U.S. Army during World War II. Postmaster Claude Kelly said that he had never had an employee who was more dedicated to the service of his customers than Carlton. STUDENTS RECEIVED SCHOLARSHIPSTaylor County High School announced that two sophomores and three juniors were awarded scholarships to attend special summer programs. David Karns and Teresa Flowers attended a sixweek engineering seminar at Southern University in Baton Rouge, La.; Kamal Patel attended an eightweek program at Future Scientists at the University of Florida; and Walt Evans and Sam White received scholarships to attend a twoweek National Leadership Conference of the American Youth Foundation at Camp Miniwanca, Mich. PHF SUPERIORThe Perry Health Facility received a rating of superior from the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services following a team evaluation from the HRS Ofce of Licensure and Certication. HOWELL RECEIVED APPRECIATION CERTIFICATEAnnie Howell, who conducted a jail ministry in Perry, was honored at an appreciation reception given by the Probation and Parole Services, a part of the Florida Department of Corrections. Howell received the certicate of appreciation from Robert K. Isbell of the department in appreciation for her effort and work contributed to the Third Circuit. Howell emphasized that the jail ministry she conducted relied heavily upon cooperation of local jail personnel who were of great assistance to her. TWO MADE DEANS LISTPamela McKee and Michael Perry, both of Perry, were named to the deans list at Valdosta State College for the spring quarter. Students were required to have a quarterly grade point average of 3.66 on a 4.0 scale with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 in order to be named to the academic honor list. OUTSTANDING FARMER NAMEDWilmer Wilson Bill Bassett III of Monticello was named as 1983 Florida Outstanding Young Dairy Farmer. Bassett was general manager of Bassetts Dairy Farm, a family corporation started in 1921. He was selected from three other candidates who had been chosen by their local milk cooperatives to participate in the program. Bassett and his wife, Donna, represented the Upper Florida Milk Producers. Bassett had the management responsibility over the dairy farm, which consisted of 2,058 acres of owned land and 800 acres of rented land. BIRTHSLindsay Nicole DuBose Mr. and Mrs. Bill DuBose of Tallahassee were pleased to announce the birth of a daughter, Lindsay Nicole, on May 26 at 3:08 p.m. in Tallahassee. Lindsay Nicole weighed seven pounds, 12 ounces and measured 21 inches in length at birth. The mother was the former Kathy Hardin of Maltland. Bill DuBose was formerly of Perry. Michelle Lee James Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lee James were proud to announce the birth of a daughter, Michelle Lee, on June 16 at 1:24 p.m. in Gainesville. Michelle Lee weighed eight pounds and measured 19.5 inches in length at birth. SWIM TEAM OPENED WITH WINThe 1983 Taylor County Swim Team began its competitive season with a strong showing at the 1983 Lake City Aquatic Team Invitational Meet at the Lake City Country Club pool June 18 and 19. Ten teams participated in the meet, and medals were awarded to the rst, second and third place winners in each event. Members of the team swimming in the meet were: Laura Spanjer, Marc Yarbrough, Greg Yarbrough, Charlie Odum, Angela Fike Cindy Fox Joey Sessions, John Fuller, Natalie Fuller, Eric Scott, Jennifer Bell, Sarita Krishnamurthy and Mark Wiggins. FRIENDS GROUP READY FOR CANNER The Taylor County Community Friends, a nondenominational support group of private citizens, planned to soon have a canning station in the Jerkins Center. Myrtice Parker spoke to the Taylor County Board of Commissioners and asked them to help the Friends group secure a grant to purchase vegetable and fruit canning apparatus. The group already had tentative state approval for $6,095 in funds. That amount, along with some private funds generated by the group, would be enough to purchase the canner, Parker said. The countys only involvement would be to make the grant application at no cost to the county. The board agreed to do that unanimously. MILITARY NEWSArmy Private Jeffery M. Williams, son of Joseph F. and Ima Jean Murphy of Perry, completed one station unit training (OSUT) at the U.S. Army Infantry School, Fort Benning, Ga. OSUT was a 12-week period which combined basic combat training and advanced individual training. The training included weapons qualications, squad tactics, patrolling, landmine warfare and combat operations. Williams graduated from Taylor County High School in 1981.CUB SCOUTS FOUND OCEAN TREASURESCub Scout Pack 603 held its monthly pack meeting at Gladys Morse Elementary School on May 26. The theme for the month was Treasurers of the Ocean and Den 4 dressed up as pirates. Webelos Den 1 Leader Chuck Eckel led the pack in the Pledge of Allegiance and Cub Scout Promise. Announcements were made concerning a ve-mile hike to be held on June 25 and a three-day overnight camp for the Bear and Webelos Scouts to be held at Wallwood, July 1720. Webelos Den 2 Leader Bill Curry demonstrated the CPR rst aid system. Den 4 put on a skit about pirates, and Dens 2 and 8 sang songs. A treasure hunt was put on by the adult leaders. Webelo Brad Byrd found a watch.A-4 Perry News-Herald June 22-23, 2018 June 22-23, 2018 Looking Back A glance at the past THE PERRY NEWS-HERALD June 23, 1983 Remember when... By ANTHONY L. WHITE anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.comTime to go, TeeDee TeeDee was sick and tired of Miss Grandma Piece. TeeDee (maybe not her real name) was a friend of a friend. She was from a big city in South Florida, and she had come to visit our mutual friend who had moved to Perry from down there the previous year. I still dont know why our friend got mad enough with TeeDee to put her out a month later. During the month TeeDee lived small-town way of doing things, and we quickly became good friends. But, it didnt take long for me to one roof is what makes some friendships good. The morning our friend put TeeDee out, she called me and told me her version of what happened, which was strangely different from the version of events our friend had called and told me about minutes earlier. TeeDee then said she called me because she didnt know anyone but me and our mutual friend (which was a lie). During the month she had been here, she had started introducing me to people I knew but werent acquaintances. I didnt know my grandmother was eavesdropping. Does she have a way home? She says someones sending her a bus ticket, but they cant send it until next week, I answered. Then go get her, my grandmother said. She can stay here until they send the ticket. I listened to my grandmother, and went and picked her up. It didnt take TeeDee long to make herself at home. She made sure we knew she didnt want to watch the TV shows we routinely watched. She showed us she didnt cook or clean. And, she tried to make sure I never left the house without her. The last straw was the morning my grandmother woke us up at 9 a.m. to eat breakfast. Im getting sick and tired of Miss Grandma Piece, TeeDee yelled loud enough for my grandmother to hear. Right then, I knew what I had to do. I called my friend Cherina and told her what TeeDee had said. Come get me, Cherina said. Now! I wasnt sure what Cherina was about to do, and Im not sure I cared. When we arrived at the house, my grandmother was sitting on the sofa and TeeDee was sitting in a chair with a frown on her face. I need you to pack your things, Sweetie, Cherina said when she got out the car. I dont know where youre going, but you have to leave here. TeeDee turned to my grandmother and me. We both looked away. Hurry up and get your things, Cherina said. Were going to take you back to where you come from to keep you from getting sick and tired of Miss Grandma Piece. Cherina made me call our mutual friend and tell her we were bringing TeeDee back to her house. Bright and early the next morning, our mutual friend bought TeeDee a bus ticket home. As TeeDee got on the bus, she said we didnt have to worry about her coming back to Perry. So far so good. Hendry reunion Saturday in Lake Bird Descendants of James Madison and Louisianna Williams Hendry will gather Sunday, June 24, at Lake Bird Methodist Church at 11 a.m. All friends and relatives are invited. Please bring a dish to share, and stay to enjoy food and friendship after the services. Hosting the reunion this year are the descendants of William Bowden Hendry and Flora Caroline Blue Hendry. William Bowden Hendry (April 22, 1877 July 9, 1953) was the third child of Jim and Lou Hendry. He married Flora Caroline Blue (May 6, 1888 Nov. 28, 1956). They were the parents of a large family. Their children included: William Roosevelt Hendry, Roberta Maggie Strickland, Maude Anece Green, Vernice Earl Hendry, Jerusha Johnson, Edna Irene Holton, Nellie Mae Green, Gladys Falk, Royce Hendry, James Augusta Hendry, Mildred E. Wall and Grace Myrl Phillips. Bill and Flora Hendry are shown above with their children.

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A-5 Perry News-Herald June 22-23, 2018 Living Perry Primary School has announced its nal honor roll for the 2017-18 school year: Kindergarten, All As Aaron Tayco, Abigail Beigle, Abigail Phillips, Adelina Werner, Ahad Reza, Alayah Pigford, Alec Engeloff, Alexis Sands, Ashlyn Gaines, Ashton Shefeld, Aukevion Wiggins, Aukevious Wiggins, Austin Dodge, Bella Mathers, Brantley Williams, Brody Dean, Carlie Haworth, Carson Austin, Christopher Simpson, Christopher Weaver, Crisanto Ayala, Dakota Odom, Dashyia Love, DMarquez Hawkins, Easton Mash, Ella Towles, Emma Strickland, Evalise Marrero, Felix Proctor, Gentry Stanley, Gracie Murphy, Haden Lavalle, Hailey Padgett, Harmony Sanchez, Hunter Blanton, Ian Edwards, Izabella Hayes, Jasmine Cascaddan, Jaxson Selchert, Jayla Knight, Jeremiah Ghent, Jonah Jackson, Joshua Carter, Kalista Wilkinson, Karley Dice, Karsyn Ricketson, Kaylee Klages, Keaston King, Kinley Wright, Kole Bart, Kyler Geschwind, Kyliee Wilson, Kyson Porter, Lainey Lovett, Lana Moody, Landen Vinson, Layton Curry, Legend Green, Levi Morgan, Lexi Cox, Lexi Woods, Lord Smith, Maddox Ford, Madison Wallace-Jasper, Makinley Smith, Malachi Cruce, Mariyah Woullard, Marley Williams, Mason Carlisle, Mehnaz Mohib, Merci Coleman, Michael Pillow, Morgan Walker, Nevaeh Monroe, Nicolin Freeman, Rashaud Patterson, Rayden Weaver, Robert Darnell, Robert Freeman, Serenity Gipson, Sophia Gear, Talan Lopez, Tate Sands, Travis Crosby, Tucker Cone, Tyrese Pace, Uriah Parker, Varian Dunnell, Virginia McCalla, Weston Massey, Wilbur Aman, Zahriah Henry, Zailynn Irvin and ZayDen Bruton. Kindergarten, A/B Ada Weatherly, Adelynn Cruse, Adrianne Johnson, Aiden All, Aubrie Rainey, Brydon Smith, Cale Kirschner, Chase Dixon, Chrissy Irvin, Clayton Parker, Davis Read, Gabriel Moore, Grayson Kelley, Haley Lundy, Holden Ellison, Ian Hayden, Isabella Lawton, Jaevion Nelms, Jayven Petty, Jhabria Jones, Jontorius Vicks, Joshua Bruce, Kaden Molden, Kaiden Chapman, Kalia Jerrells, Kayleanna Wells, Kendalyn Brown, Kiersten Thompson, Kylan Bailey, Kylei Alsip, Kyson Simmons, Lachlan Pegg, Liberty Desoiza, Londyn McKenzie, McKenzie Alsip, Nyava Mango, Reginae Jewell, Sanai Williams, Savannah Hall, Selena Hernandez, Shaila Martinez, Taniyah Brown, Tanner Colson, Terence Grice, Terry Collier, Thomas Miller, Tyler Lopez and Zacoriya Dixon. First grade, All As Aaliyah Ellis, Abigail Carpenter, Abigail McLean, Allee McCall, Amelia Brown, Anthony Ni, Ashlee Sparkman, Aubrey McIntosh, Avery Dunnell, Ayden Parga, Brailey Hartseld, Christian Anderson, Cody Jones, Connor Pike, Damian Arellano, David Tharpe, Destiny Jackson, Elizabeth Emory, Emmalee Reeves, Faith Brown, Fisher Carson, Frankie Allen, Halen McLeod, Honesty Green, Hunter Mullins, Isabelle Carpenter, Izabella Gaines, Jacob Sweat, Jayston Pittman, Jestin Morgan, Katelynn Brown, Katie Webb, Lacey Tharpe, Liam Rayburn, Macy Gipson, Makayla Roberts, Marlee Cordle, Mashyia Britt, NaKiley Ford, Nikolas Latham, Owen Walker, Raylee Harris, Sawyer Wiles, Taylor Rector, Trey Williams, Tucker Dodimead, Tuf Sands, William Padgett and Zachary Scott. First grade, A/B Aaden Winters, Abigail Weaver, Adriana Anderson, Aiden Denmark, Alex Sullivan, Anna Smith, Anthony Maiullo, Aubriana White, Ava Taylor, Carmyn Ellis, Carter Demps, Charles Couey, Cilas Collins, Colton Hilson, Dallas Nash, Dariyah Gaddy, Elin Porter, Elizabeth Reynaldo, Emma Cashman, Eugene Simmons, Ezekiel Mock, Franklin Barlow, Harlem Bell, Hunter Fletcher, Jacob Anderson, James Pegg, James Slaughter, Javae McIntyre, Javen Crowell, Jaxton Morris, Jhymon Burney, John Hayden, Jordan Williams, Joshua McKinney, Kais-Michael Jackson, Kasey Cox, Katelynn Reeves, Kayden Mason, Keldon Williams, Kenneth Grambling, Khaisen Bryant, Khileigh Richardson, Kolby Giddens, Kolton Walker, Laila Gysin, Landon Perez, Larsyen McLawery, Lucas Meeks, Mackenzie Sharpe, Marion Mock, Marley Morgan, Marliegh Peacock, Matthew Faulkner, Mausiha Brown, Maybre LaValle, Nathan Sterling, Ryder Fronek, Rylan Bowman, Skyleigh McDonald, Takyla Arthur, Tanner Sims-Connell, Tori Howard, Trayonna Flowers, Trinity Monroe, Trinity Willis, Tristen Britt, Triston Brown, Tyler Weirick, Tylin Porter, Victorie Conde, William McClellan, Willie Calhoun, Wyatt Thomley and Xzavier Williams. Second grade, All As Abigail Edwards, Alexandra Butler, Alison Archer, Alissa Russ, Ana-Claire Summerlin, Anberlynn Stephens, Annabelle Cardwell, Ava Curry, Avery Veal, Bradley Freeman, Brady Parker, Brenden Ford, Carson Watkins, Chirley Bogere, Christopher Gray, Colton White, Conner Dyer, Connor Fierro, Cullen Clark, Dylan Fitzgerald, Elizah Freeman, Gracie Ward, Isabella Vann, Jasmine Bowden, Jayce Anderson, Jhalysa Parker, Julian Anderson, Kaitlyn Freeman, Karis Whiteld, Kirah Dibler, Kyler Wilson, Kylie Crowley, Lawton Rowell, Maleah Paulin, Martiniano Curiel, Mary Walker, Peighton Hill, Phenix Proctor, Piper Wilkinson, Reese Bethea, Tristan Shiver, Tyler Harris and Victoria Albritton. Second grade, A/B Adrian Henderson, Ahna Lynn, AiYanna Houston, Alaylah Blackshear, Ariana Bratcher, Arianna Holmes, Ashley Nix, Ashlyn Carter, Ashlyn Cline, Ashlynn Ross, Austin Weatherly, Avaleigh Cruse, Ayden Fisher, Bailey Williams, Blake Allen Davis, Breley Rowell, Bryce Nix, Cameron Jackson, Cameron Wilcox, Chase Benton, Collin Campbell, Dakhiya Anderson, Dekar Briggs, Deonta Forbes, Elliot Reeves, Emma Croft, Emma Morgan, Iliana McLean, Isaac Bruce, Jaden Walsh, Jakason James, Jakiyyah Royal, James Bowden, Janae Upshaw, Jayden Freed, Jayla Joiner, Jenna Tuten, Joseph Chitwood, Kareenah Simpo, Karson Powell, Kaylynn Lansdon, Kenna Simmons, Khelsey Williams, Khloe Williams, Klaira Bain, Kolby Cannon, Leevi Galbraith, Lei-La Barrus, Lexie Welch, Maddox Wiles, Madelyn Kelley, Madelyn Norman, Maylan Sikes, Melanie Miles, Melissa Sunderland, Oliver Padgett, Ralph McCracken, Summer Burch, Sydnee Lee, Tamia Simmons, Tiearra White, Tori Bass, Torrey Fitchett, Trenton Williams, Tyler Cruce and Wyatt Brooks. Who ended the school year on the honor roll? The North Florida Community College (NFCC) Public Safety Academy is planning its next round of Correctional Basic Recruit and Law Enforcement Recruit classes and invites anyone interested in a career in public safety to explore NFCCs training opportunities. According to NFCC Public Safety Academy Director Rick Davis, recruits that train at NFCC have the advantage of training in a top-notch facility with exceptional instructors. Our goal is to help each student reach their fullest potential, said Davis. Our instructors help recruits enter the workforce with the skills and condence needed for a successful and honorable career in law enforcement or corrections. Correctional ofcers are currently in high demand across the state, with select correctional institutions offering hiring bonuses to new employees. NFCC works with correctional institutes across North Florida and has graduates employed throughout the state in careers that range from entry level correctional ofcer all the way up to warden. NFCC Correctional Basic Recruit classes are held Monday-Thursday from 6-11 p.m., and the program takes approximately six months to complete. A new class will start as soon as an acceptable number of enrolled students is formed. Anyone with interest in beginning the program this summer or fall should contact the NFCC Public Safety Academy. Law Enforcement Recruit classes are open entry with a new class beginning every few weeks. Classes are held Monday-Thursday from 6-11 p.m. and the program takes approximately 11 months to complete. For more information, please contact Gail Hackle at (850) 973-1617 or hackleg@nfcc.edu. Looking for a new career? What is the most littered item in America? Taylor County SWAT (Students Working Against Tobacco) members recently visited local beaches to clean up litter particularly cigarette butts, which remain the most littered item in the country. They also placed signs reminding everyone that cigarette butts are litter too. It was unbelievable the amount of butts that they picked up, SWAT Coordinator Cheryl Moore said. In the past decade, cigarette smoking in America has decreased 28 percent, yet cigarette butts remain the most littered item in the U.S. and across the globe. Dropping cigarette butts and cigar tips to the ground, putting them in planters, and disposing of them in waterways is littering. Students helping with clean-up included: (front, l to r) Courtney Dyer, Anjani Patel, Janki Patel, Ella Holley and Leah Fernsler; and (back row, l to r) Colin Wilson, Dharni Patel, Briar Willis and Trenton Delacruz. State Champions Taylor Gymnastics 2018 State Champions include: (left to right) Adrienne Johnson, Autumn Stanley, Isabelle Carpenter and Madison McMullen. Not pictured are Kendall Perdue and Penny Copeland. The annual Ezell Family Reunion will be held the second Sunday in July (Sunday, July 2) at the Day Community Center, starting at 11 a.m. All family and friends are invited to bring a basket lunch to share. Ezell family announces reunion Contestant #15 Shaila Martinez Parents: Christopher & Stacy FloydThe rst Little Miss Red, White & Blue pageant will be held today (Friday) at Forest Capital Hall. Ceremonies will begin at 6 p.m. Admission is $5. Some 23 young ladies will compete in two age categories (6-8 years old and 9-12 years old). Contestants who are not named to the respective courts will be recognized as Little Miss Firecrackers and will join the title winners at the downtown 4th of July celebration planned at Rosehead Park. Who will be crowned Little Miss Red, White & Blue? CorrectionThe Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce reminders members to Save the Date for the upcoming 25th annual Chamber Golf Scramble. The event is planned Friday, Aug. 10, at the Perry Golf & Country Club. For more information, please contact the chamber at (850) 584-5366.25th Golf Scramble set Aug. 10

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Virdie Lee DodsonVirdie Lee Dobson, 92, died June 13, 2018, at Doctors Memorial Hospital. She was born Sept. 29, 1925, to the late Mack and Sallie Robinson Williams. Virdie was preceded in death by: her husband, Jessie Dobson; and her siblings, Mack Williams, Earl Williams and Mary Dunwood. She is survived by: her children, Carl Williams and his wife, Mary, Ronald Williams, Barnie Williams, Chenita Jones and Sarita Carter and her husband, Isaac; her sisters, Julia Williams and Eloise Underwood and her husband, Theodore; and a host of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, greatgreat-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral services will be held Saturday, June 23, at 11 a.m., at New Brooklyn M.B. Church. Interment will follow immediately after the service at Woodlawn Cemetery. Visitation will be held today (Friday), from 5-7 p.m., at New Brooklyn M.B. Church. Funeral arrangements have been placed in the care of Trinity Funeral Home. Richard Charles Williams Richard Charles Williams, 61, died June 17, 2018. Visitation will be held Saturday, June 23, from 12-5 p.m. at Evans-Walker Funeral Home in Perry. A memorial service will be held Saturday, June 30, at 11 a.m. at Solid Rock Apostolic Ministries in Perry. EvansWalker Funeral home is in charge of the arrangements. A-6 Perry News-Herald June 22-23, 2018 By SARAH HALL Religion Make Church Going a Habit. Put God first for happiness that lasts. Advice to parents about children A Always trust them to Gods care. B Bring them to church. C Challenge them to high goals. D Delight in their achievements. E Exalt the Lord in their presence. F Frown on evil. G Give them love. H Hear their problems. I Ignore not their childish fears. J Joyfully accept their apologies. K Keep their condence. L Live a good example before them. M Make them your friends. N Never ignore their endless questions. O Open your home to their visits. P Pray for them by name. Q Quicken your interest in their spirituality. R Remember their needs. S Show them the way to salvation. T Teach them to work. U Understand they are still young. V Verify your statements. W Wean them from bad company. X eXpect them to obey. Y Yearn for Gods best for them. Z Zealously guide them in biblical truth. --Author unknown Wise words The older I get, the more I realize I have little tolerance for drama, conict and stress. I want to be around happy people, doing positive things and enjoying life. --Author unknown In bereavement The families and friends of the late Mother Gloria Gaines (Havana); the families and friends of the late Virdie Lee Miz Kitty Dobson; the families and friends of the late Norma Jean (Wells) McNair; and the families and friends of the late Andre Snowden are in our thoughts. Prayer focus Please keep these friends in your prayers: Dorthy Jean Edwards, Lucille Lester, Willie C. Norris, Mother Corine Howell (Seven Hills, Tallahassee), Charlotte Hugger (hospital in Tallahassee), A. Emily Jackson (Moreno Valley, Calif.) and Crosby Whetsel. A special birthday! Happy 105th birthday to a glorious lady, Dora Smith! We are blessed to have you here! Our prayer We pray a special prayer for all class reunions and family reunions Gracious Father, Every good and perfect gift comes from you, especially the love of friends and families. We praise You for that gift of love. Help us to realize the importance of family relationships and good, wholesome friendships. Keep us safe as we enjoy these moments together. You always provide just what we need. Draw us closer to You. In Your gracious Son Jesus name, Amen. The ABCs of parenting Acts: The Gospel Unleashed will be theme of Vacation Bible School at Spring Warrior Church of Christ, starting Monday, June 25, continuing through Friday, June 29. Sessions will begin at 10 a.m. each morning. Children ages 18 months to 12 years are welcome.VBS offers morning hours Obituaries Virdie Lee Dodson New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church will host its annual Womens & Mens Day this Sunday, June 24. Sunday School will begin at 10 a.m., followed by morning services at 11 a.m. with Minister Patricia Patterson. Minister George Clayton will be the guest speaker for the 3 p.m. service. Come out and worship with us, making this day a blessing for New Bethel MB Church, church members invited. Annual Womens & Mens Day is Sunday at New Bethel MB Church Calvary Baptist Church was well represented at the SWO18 (Snowbird Wilderness Outtters), a gospel-driving, high-adventure discipleship camp in North Carolina. Its always a wonderful experience when you can take time with the Lord and be lled with the spirit. We had the opportunity to study on how Jesus is our hope. We made new friends and got closer with old ones. Most importantly, weve learned the importance of going to all the nations, to the darkest places of the world, to seek out those who are lost and tell them the eternal message of Christthe hope!2018 St. Johns Christian FellowshipSunday School 10 a.m. | Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Evening 6 p.m. Nursery & Childrens Ministry Cody McNeese, pastor Located at the intersection of Puckett Rd. and Golf Course Rd. 584-7251

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Indian cuisine is known for being spicy. While not all regions of India prepare meals that make diners sweat, those that do tend to inspire devotion among foodies who want to test the limits of their spicy food tolerance. Vindaloo is one dish that fans of Indian cuisine know can be very spicy. Those who want to try their hands at this popular dish at home can prepare the following recipe for Pork or Lamb Vindaloo courtesy of Madhur Jareys Quick & Easy Indian Cooking (Chronicle Books). Pork or Lamb VindalooServes 3 to 4 11 tablespoons gr ainy mustard (Pommery Moutarde de Meaux) 11 teaspoons ground cumin 11 teaspoons grounder turmeric 1 to 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon red wine vinegar 3 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 small onion (about 4 ounces), peeled and cut into ne half rings 6 large cloves garlic, peeled and crushed to a pulp 11 pounds boned shoulder of pork or lamb cut into 1-inch cubes 2 cup canned coc onut milk, well stirred Combine the mustard, cumin, turmeric, cayenne, salt, and vinegar in a cup. Mix well. Put the oil in a large, nonstick frying pan and set over medium-high heat. When the oil is hot, put in the onion. Stir and fry until it is medium brown. Put in the garlic. Stir and fry for 30 seconds. Put in the spice paste. Stir and fry for a minute. Put in the meat. Stir and fry for about 3 minutes. Then add the coconut milk and 2 cup water if you are cooking continuously in a pressure cooker, or 1 cup water if you are cooking in the frying pan. (Transfer to a pressure cooker at this stage if that is your intention.) Cover and either bring up to pressure, or bring to a boil if you are using the frying pan. Lower the heat to a simmer and cook for 20 minutes in the pressure cooker and 60 to 70 minutes in the frying pan. A-12 Perry News-Herald June 22-23, 2018 Subscribe today to the Taco Times and Perry News-Herald for only $35 (in-county). Call 584-5513 or visit online at www.perrynewspapers.com. Heres How It Works: Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down into nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must ll each row, column and box. Each number can appear only once in each row, column and box. You can gure out the order in which the numbers will appear by using the numeric clues already provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets to solve the puzzle! CLUES ACROSS CLUES DOWN Weekend Playground Pork Vindaloo Serve up somethin spicy From the Recipe BookFor some people, there is no better place than the beach, where they can listen to the waves crash on the shore and smell the briny air. While a trip to the beach has the makings of a great day, a few tips can help make these sunand Protect electronics Sand and surf can be calming, but not if your newest mobile phone gets doused with the incoming tide. A zip-seal plastic bag can do the trick, and you can still access the screen through the plastic. Keep clean Sand gets everywhere at the beach, so it can be a challenge to remain clean. Pack baby powder in your beach bag, which will help loosen sand from kids bodies before they get back in the car. Time beauty regimens right Shaving legs or underarms right before heading to the beach can result in some painful irritation. Its best to shave the night before diving into saltwater or even pool water. If you need a last-minute touch-up, use mineral oil while shaving to help keep irritation to a minimum. Its important to apply sunscreen to the skin approximately 15 minutes before heading outdoors so that it has time to absorb, advises the American Academy of Dermatology. If you wait until you get to the beach, you put your skin at risk. Hide your money Leaving your money or belongings out in the open may of value by storing them in an empty sunscreen bottle nestled in a beach bag. Stay cool Purchase or make a vividly patterned tarp/tent to offer a shady respite. This will also help your beach spot. Place sandals or or on a blanket to ensure they wont be scalding after a day at the beach. Tips for fun days at the beach

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BIG SALE. All proceeds go to Angels surgery fund. June 2124. 9 a.m. ? 1305 N. Jefferson St. Low prices! Veggie plants, household, handmade soaps and gift items. 6/20-6/22 LARGE 3-FAMILY YARD SALE. Saturday, June 23. 8 a.m. ? Beach Rd., next to Walter Bs. Household, antiques, outboard motor and much more. 6/20-6/22 HUGE YARD SALE!!! Friday Saturday (June 22-23), 8 a.m. 4 p.m. both days. 2212 Courtney Rd. Corner of Courtney Rd. and Wright Rd. Tools, furniture, jewelry, kitchen/garden, woodwork/craft items/supplies; lots more. No early birds please. 6/20-6/22 YARD SALE. Next weekend, June 22-23-24. 8 a.m. until. 16832 Beach Rd. Breast cancer fundraiser. All money will go to fund gas and chemo treatment every week for the next 12 weeks. I have many items that have been donated and will go cheap. Fishing gear, boat gear, tools, windows, furniture, electrical items, plumbing items and much more. If you have any items you would like to donate, you can drop off anytime or you can call me and I will pick them up. (850) 295-3018. Thank you and God bless. 6/20-6/22 YARD SALE. Friday, June 22, and Saturday, June 23, 8 a.m. 2 p.m. Hunting, shing, tools, Sago Palms, canning jars and canners, big mens clothes and shoes, girls brand-name clothes, toys and misc. From 221, make right on Robert Aman Rd., then 2 miles make right on Joe L. Aman Rd. 4th house on right. 6/20-6/22 LARGE FAMILY YARD SALE. Saturday, June 23, 8 a.m. 3 p.m. 1302 Old Dixie Hwy. In front of Heath Simmons Plumbing. Everything must go. Make an offer. 6/22 YARD SALE. Friday, June 22, and Saturday, June 23, from 8 a.m. 12 p.m. 2957 Foley Cut Off Rd. Cancelled if raining. 6/22 MISC WE BUY Scrap Metal and Junk Cars. (850) 838-5865. RC SHOP-BUILT WOODEN THREESTEP ENTRANCE STAIRS with grab rails. 70L x 48W x 30H. Weather has put cracks in some of the wood. Not rot. $125. Perry. (850) 371-1432. 6/20-6/22 ELECTRIC RECLINER. Like new. $295 cash. (352) 507-2309. 6/20-6/22 FOR SALE: TURF TIRES TO JOHN DEERE 10 70 TRACTOR with 8 lug rims. 44 x 18 x 20. Tires have weather cracks but always hold air. Put lug tires on my tractor. $150 for pair. (850) 3711432. 6/22 LOST AND FOUND KEYS LOST AT JOHNSONS BAKERY LAST WEEK. Several keys on keyring. Keyring has small, retractable measuring tape. (352) 463-7616. 6/15-6/22 FOR SALE: 2004 4-wheel drive Mitsubishi Montero XLS. 91,500 miles. 5 new tires, belts, and electrical wiring. (850) 597-6445. 6/22 FOR RENT 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME FOR RENT. Lipscomb Cir. Perry. (850) 838-9514. WRWOODRIDGE APARTMENTS Accepting applications for 1, 2 and 3 BR HC and Non-HC accessible apartments. HUD vouchers considered. Call (850) 584-5668. 709 W. Church St., Perry, FL 32348. TDD 711. Equal Housing Opportunity. WA 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT available. Credit check required. Applications available at Ware Oil. Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. 5 p.m., call (850) 584-6666. WO MOBILE HOME 2010 40x 26 DBL WIDE MH. 3BR 2BA. Washer/Dryer/Fridge, all appliances incl. 2 ton heat pump. Must move. $25,000. Call 584-7075. 6/6-6/29 FOR SALE: 1991 Fleetwood single-wide. 14 x 70 ft. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Delivered and set up. $15,900. Interested parties call Perry Repo Outlet. 584-7094. EMHP REAL ESTATE 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER. 3 buildings on property. Fenced-in yard. Call (850) 843-1028 or (904) 568-4567. 6/20-6/29 FOR SALE: 221 North between Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre lots with paved roads. Owner nancing available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or (850) 584-7466. EF SERVICES A TO Z FARM AND LAWN SERVICE Complete Lawn Services Licensed and Insured Land clearing, dozer work, tree trimming/removal, dump truck services, harrowing, bush hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling. Call (850) 838-5996 or (850) 5847972. AZ JOE COXWELL WELDING LLC Welding Fabrication & Repair Mobile Service (850) 843-3500. JC TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE *Free Estimates* *Great Rates* Call today! (850) 838-5923. Mark A. Moneyhan, Licensed and Insured. Certied Quality Specialist. 5/4-8/31 C & R LAWN SERVICE Call for a free estimate on all of your lawn care needs. No job too big or small. (850) 843-0315. 3/14-10/26 HELP WANTED NORTH FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Madison, FL: Welding Instructor; PT Truck Driving Instructor; Chemistry Instructor; English Instructor; Program/Data Retrieval Manager, Coordinator of Recruitment Services. See www. nfcc.edu for details. 6/13-6/29 NFCC INTERNAL SALES REPRESENTATIVE AMTEC Less-Lethal Systems, Inc. (ALS) has an open position for Internal Sales Representative. The successful candidate will join our sales team whose primary focus is providing outstanding customer service before, during, and after the sale. The position requires excellent communication skills, primarily via telephone and email with a variety of law enforcement and corrections personnel nationwide. Typical duties include: preparing quotes, processing customer orders, responding to customer inquiries and complaints, interfacing with production and warehouse personnel to follow up on exceptions, and processing returns. This position is responsible to the Internal Sales Supervisor and requires an individual that can excel in a team environment. The ideal candidate should be able to multi-task, while paying strong attention to detail. An Associates degree and one years experience working in sales/customer service is preferred, but not required. The successful candidate will have a proven ability to communicate well, both verbally and in writing, with customers, peers and management. Applicants should be comfortable being behind a computer for hours at a time, and have experience working in Microsoft Ofce Suite, specically Excel. If interested, send your resume to careers@lesslethal.com no later than June 28th, 2018. ALS is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and Individuals. This position is subject to a background check and drug test. AMTEC 6/20-6/27 TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS JOB VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT. The job description and our 2-step application process can be found on our website at   www.taylorcountygov. com   or in the lobby of the County Annex. Applicants must apply through Career Source. Taylor County is an EEO employer. Engineer Full-Time. Boat Ramp Attendant Seasonal Part-Time. Mosquito Control Driver Seasonal Part-Time. TCBCC IMMEDIATE JOB OPENING. Looking for hard-working, selfmotivated person to be trained as a petroleum service technician with opportunity to become fully certied. Must have high school diploma or equivalent, valid drivers license with clean driving record and must be able to pass drug screening. Please email resume or request for employment application to amberr@jandjequip. com or fax resume to (850) 5847566. Please do not call. JJ SERVICE TECH-INSTALLERHELPER Valid DL and Drug Screening. Applications accepted at 520 W. Hampton Springs Ave. ARA TECHNICIAN NEEDED Tire/Lube technician with knowledge and experience in automotive repair. Apply in person at Ryans Everything Automotive. Pay based on experience and work ethic. 6/8-6/22 NORTH FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Madison FL: PT Truck Driving Instructor; Chemistry Instructor; Coordinator of Recruitment; English Instructor. See www.nfcc.edu for details. 6/6-6/22 NFCCLEGALS Notice of Final Public Review of a Proposed Activity in a 100-Year Floodplain and Wetland To: All interested Agencies including all Federal, State, and Local, Groups and Individuals This is to give notice that the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) under 24 CFR part 50 has conducted an evaluation as required by Executive Order 11990, in accordance with HUD regulations at 24 CFR 55.20 Subpart C Procedures for Making Determinations on Floodplain Management and Wetlands Protection. The activity is funded under Section 221(d)(4) New Construction of the National Housing Act and HUD Contract # 063-35354. The subject property, proposed to be developed as Prospect at Byron Butler, is located at 2640 South Byron Butler Parkway in Perry, Taylor County, Florida (Latitude 30 5 21.09N, Longitude 83 34 13.33W). The subject property consists 20.22 acres of which approximately 3.55 acres are designated to be contained within the to FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) 12123C-0379D, dated May 4, 2009., although the topographical survey shows that only 0.39+/acre, located near the northwestern tip of the project site, is actually below the Base Flood Elevation (BFE) of 37.34 feet. A wetland delineation documented an isolated wetland of approximately 0.26 acres, centered within the previously mentioned portion of the site that is below the BFE. It is proposed for development of a multifamily housing development consisting of 80 individual market rate residential apartment complexes, a clubhouse, maintenance building and an outdoor swimming pool. The portion of the site proposed for development encompasses 7.6 acres. There are no proposed impacts to the to note that none of the buildings and site improvements will be situated within the wetland areas. Given that there will be no development to occur within the wetland area, it is the intention of the Owner to maintain the protection of the wetlands under a use restriction, pursuant to Section 4 of E.O. 11990 and all restrictions and regulations as set forth by the Department of the Army governing the wetlands. HUD also requires special requirements and/or covenants related to the protection and non-disturbance of the wetlands as part of the legal closing documents. clubhouse, and a portion of the parking areas will be situated within other buildings will be in Zone X, areas outside the 100/500-year retention ponds built to control storm water, one of which will partially be The proposed storm water retention pond is designed with an outfall structure that will control the rate of discharge of the pond. This pond, while not impacting the wetlands, will be partially located in the 100-year wetland area. Floodplains and wetlands provide water storage, and recharging ground water aquifers.   They can also provide habitat for a variety of biologically conveyance, groundwater discharge or recharge, erosion control, water quality maintenance, and habitat following functions and values: water storage and water quality protection, habitat for common plants, natural use, and potential food resources for common wildlife. HUD has considered the following alternatives and mitigation measures impacts and to restore and preserve (i) Alternatives were investigated for the proposed development that included the no action alternative. While other properties in the Market Area have been the proposed development, the remaining wetland impacts make them unsuitable for the proposed the subject property has been can meet this need. The proposed development would provide an attractive and much-needed housing for the residents of the City of Perry/ Taylor County. Therefore, the noaction alternative would not achieve proposed activities. It would not satisfy the current need for this type of development in this area. (ii) To comply with the Executive Order, the Sponsor has entered into consultation with registered engineers and wetland consultants who have prepared development the impacts to the wetlands located on the subject property. Erosion and sediment control measures will be conducted in accordance with all applicable regulations to ensure the protection of the remaining wetlands Thus, the proposed development ensures, to the maximum extent practicable, the restoration and preservation of the natural and attributed to the area wetlands and HUD has reevaluated the alternatives to building in the wetlands and has determined that it has no practicable A-13 Perry News-Herald June 22-23, 2018 Please see page 14 Reach ALL of Taylor CountyPlace your ad TODAY! Call 584-5513

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Editors Note: It is the policy of this newspaper to run the names of all those arrested and booked at the Taylor County Jail. All those listed below have been charged with a crime, but are considered innocent until proven guilty. May 25: Kevin Lamber, 44, 18961 Rosemary Ln., possession of methamphetamine, possession of controlled substance, possession of analogs, possession of drug paraphernalia, sale of methamphetamine, Sgt. Vinson, TCSO. Kayla Maret Ross, 18, 328 E. Park St., possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, Sgt. Gunter, TCSO. Dustie Erin Beach, 38, 504 Judson Dr., possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis, Sgt. Gunter, TCSO. Dornea Martials McCray, 21, 274 S.W. Safari Dr., Apt. 1301, domestic assault, Ptl. Murphy, PPD. Drexel Enner James, 59, 1007 W. Willow St., possession of controlled substance with intent to sell, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia, Det. Norris, PPD. Kit Buzbee, 48, 104 Briarwood Dr., writ of bodily attachment, possession of methamphetamine, Dep. Thigpen, TCSO. Michael Harris, 39, 146 Williams St., revoke pretrial release, Dep. Thigpen, TCSO. Randall Branch, 22, 1482 Dennis Howell Rd., VOP, Sgt. Dorman, TCSO. Christian Fitzgerald, 32, 2569 Williamson Ln., bench warrant, Sgt. Dorman, TCSO. Philip Prevatt, 36, 200 W. Florida St., no vehicle registration, Det. Murray, PPD. May 26: Catherine Davis, 62, 2822 Watts Rd., FTA driving with license suspended, Dep. Thigpen, TCSO. Maxie Floyd, 55, 2027 Dice Rd., VOP, Dep. McKenzie, TCSO. Matthew Timothy Wiles, 28, 2682 Foley Cut Off Rd., DUI, Ofcer Guy. May 27: Larry Vonstein, 44, 232 Duncan Ln., Steinhatchee, hold for Lafayette County, Sgt. Gunter, TCSO. Shaveuna Upshaw, 22, 315 Puckett Rd., 4B, domestic battery, child abuse, Dep. Bell, TCSO. May 28: Marvin Britt, 30, 106 El. Matador Rd., aggravated domestic assault, lewd/ lascivious conduct, Ptl. Phelps, PPD. May 29: Mercedes Sade Pace, 29, 1107 W. Homer J. Smith Ave., domestic simple battery, violate injunction for domestic protection, Ptl. Chafn, PPD. Justin Todd Soroka, 27, 215 Oakland Dr., back for court, Judge Parker. Douglas Mihal, 22, DOC Lake Butler, back for court, Judge Parker. Jessica Lee Mizell, 25, Mayo, hold for Lafayette County. John Charles Hopson, 19, 500 S. Warner Ave., Apt. A4, VOP, petit theft, possession of drug paraphernalia, Dep. Sumrall, TCSO. Eric Edwards, 33, 6130 E. Jody Morgan Rd., possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, Ptl. Mitchell, PPD. Stephanie Anne Granger, 32, 2630 Taylor Dr., possession of methamphetamine, possession of controlled substance, Det. Norris, PPD. May 30: Claudio Gonzalez, 37, no address given, DUI, no valid drivers license, Ptl. Chafn, PPD. Miranda Marie Stafford, 51, 701 W. Green St., possession of methamphetamine with intent, possession of drug paraphernalia, Det. Norris, PPD. Jennifer Lain, 23, North Carolina, grand theft of motor vehicle, Sgt. Vinson, TCSO. Danijel Rustemov, 34, North Carolina, grand theft of motor vehicle, giving false name to law enforcement ofcer, Sgt. Vinson, TCSO. Leila Wood, 48, 701 W. Green St., possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, Det. Norris, PPD. Joshua James Gipson, 29, 1209 Parkview St., possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, Det. Norris, PPD. Darius Adail Allen, 35, 109 W. Armstrong St., federal warrant, Det. Norris, PPD. May 31: Jessie Livingston, 50, Okeechobee, back for court, Ofcer Basch. Daniel Walker, 35, 1502 1st Ave., Steinhatchee, VOP-petit theft, VOP-driving with license suspended or revoked, Dep. Ericson, TCSO. Lashunda Thomas, 40, Tallahassee, unlawful compensation, conspiracy to introduce contraband, Sgt. Gulbrandsen, TCSO. 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A number of local individuals have been victimized by phone scams in the past several weeks, Perry Police Department (PPD) Chief Jamie Cruse reports there are several different variations of phone scams, but they fall into two basic ways phone scammers try to separate Many phone scams use fears and threats to intimidate and bully a victim threaten to arrest, deport or revoke the drivers license of their victim if they dont Some of the general types of phone scams include: In an elaborate scheme scammers use to get cash, some people are being led to believe their loved ones are in danger or have recently been involved in a (or already know) the name of your loved one (father, husband, brother, child or grandchild) and what type point the caller yells, as if asking someone if the car or name matches the information you provided you your loved one was involved in a crash and the person they crashed into is demanding money or will Sometimes the scam involves someone calling or texting the targets cell phone with the claim that a loved one was responsible for a car accident and medical expenses and is being held for ransom in order to pay for medical, Scammers may pose as relatives or friends, calling or sending messages urging you to wire money they need cash to help with an emergency -like getting out of jail, paying a hospital bill or needing to leave a is to trick you into sending money before you realize Con artists make unsolicited calls and demand victims pay a victim to send cash, usually through a wire transfer or a prepaid debit card or gift urgent callback requests through phone robo-calls, warrant issued to have you arrested, using fear as a way to intimidate you into Scammers often alter caller ID numbers to make it look like the IRS or employee titles and fake badge numbers to appear victims name, address and other personal information (available online) to make does not: immediate payment using such as a prepaid debit card, pay taxes without the opportunity to question or appeal the amount they say or other law-enforcement to have you arrested for cannot revoke your drivers license, business licenses, common tactics scam artists Scammers call potential victims posing companies threatening to disconnect electricity within a short time span (usually 30 minutes) unless go to a Wal-Mart or other store that sell instant load victim to call back and provide numbers off the cards so money can be different variations of these direct the victim to pay through Western Union or other similar quick pay A-16 Perry News-Herald June 22, 2018 By SHAYNE BAUMGARDNER Admissions/Marketing Director, Lafayette Nursing & Rehab Center Why is there so much misinformation and so many misconceptions when it comes to nursing homes? Probably because years ago, they were very unfortunately, there are still Admitting a loved one into a skilled nursing facility -otherwise known as a nursing home -is a emotional decision for all I want to address some of the common misconceptions and cultural perceptions that may or may not be true, but decision when a loved one may need the 24/7 care of a One of todays biggest misconceptions is that nursing homes are the last many senior adults require the 24/7 care of a nursing home after surgery, an injury, accident or health event (such as stroke or they may be able to return to their previous living arrangement or released to a care giver for the remainder When it is not possible to return home permanently, nursing facilities are able to convert the patient to a long-term care bed if one Its true that incontinence is a fact of life in most nursing homes, but todays cleaning methods and prompt attention to any sanitary issue is standard in In todays skilled nursing world, lingering unpleasant odors are no longer an issue Our staff works very hard to keep the facility clean a tour of any prospective You should expect staff to be considerate of the need for privacy and knock on closed doors before entering a room, respect clothing choices and personal If you have a mother and father who would like to live together at the nursing home, you should expect homes offer rooms for married couples, however a good deal over no longer a place where grandma sits and waits for someone to change the television to her afternoon soaps or for her weekly visit With more and more focus on rehab and recovery, nursing homes often have a diverse population, to include both younger and One of our objectives for 2018 is to change the perspective of nursing start making nursing home comparisons is by taking a as most others will be glad to take you on a tour of our We have recently opened a private rehabilitation unit specialized for our shortmany improvements, and we are very excited for Nursing homes have changed a great deal in the past decade BE AWARE: These phone scams are costing local residents