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Creation Date: December 2, 2005
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    Section B: Community
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    Section B: Looking Back
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.xrry News-Herald d
i T Est. 1889


December 2-3, 2005 5. .lH .Tree Capital of the South


2 Sections Our 116th Year, No. 48


|News

.Forum

Leadership
; Council hosts
banquet tonight
Taylor County Leader ship Council
'All--host its annual banquet tonight
(Friday) beginning at 7 p m at
'Jerkins Community Centier on Dr
Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
The program will include
Smotivational speaker ie Rev Donald
McBride and a fashion show featuring
models from Image Makers
internationall Productions Inc
i'"fickets are on sale now--don't
F.niss the fun," organizers said.

Football banquet
Kwill be held Dec. 7
.The Taylor County Touchdown Club
i{i(&os't the, annual High School
rFotball Banquet Wednesday, Dec. 7,
| the-Elks Club, beginning at 7 p.m..
Tickets are available at the door;
- iost'-$10 for adults and $5 for

F6or more' *information, contact
'Bqbby'Spradley at 843-0247

Holiday cheer
-I't's beginning to look a lot like
iOl'rristmas...and we need your help in
Selcking- down the "best dressed"
.6ies'in Taylor County.
*-;'lf you know of a super-spectacular
holiday. display, please contact
peiry-Newspapers, Inc., at 584-5513.
.r.send -an e-mail to newsdesk
.,perryhewspapers.com.

0Monday deadline
for 'Breakfast
: with Santa'
.te.. registration deadline for the
,Pery Elks' second annual "Breakfast
.-with-.Santa" event is Monday, Dec. 5.
'The -breakfast will be held
Saturday, Dec. 10, beginning at 9
amip
i".hildfen ages newborn to 12 .are
I.'nVited to participate; a $5 registration
;fee [s required.
..Sign up forms are available at GT
;C.orn, Due to limited space, lale
.registrations will be not be accepted.
The morning will be divided into six
3,9-minute "Santa sessions" Parents
|.are..asked to select a preferred
session.

Kick-off set Dec. 7
Kick-off activities for the eighth
annual .Relay for Life benefiting the
American Cancer Society will be held
Tuesday, Dec. 6. For all the details,
- ,please see page A-2.

Community yard
sale is Saturday
The Sons of AMVETS Community
.Yard Sale will be held Saturday, Dec.
3, from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m. Spaces are
available for a $5 donation (a six-foot
table will be provided for each
vendor).
Additional spaces may be reserved
as well and walk-ins are welcome.
The yard sale will be located at 2499
Woods Creek Rd.


Today
Low 33
"'--^ High' 63

Saturday
I 1"Low: 320
"k.-r 4 'High: 710
we eSunday
S 10% Low: 46
High: 740

Index

Living...paige -4
Sport.s....page .1 "-
Religion...paie ,.- 7.
Looking Back...pae BE'-2


TV Li-5tirligs... pqe 5-3
ClsIa'-,1f Ie--,5... 13 4


Residents warned


Ident

according to federal statistics,
i.i.: entity theft is the fastest growing
nlilor crime in the United States
OrAd Taylor Countians are not
c -,'luded.
Three cases of identity theft have
surfacedd within this county during
Ihe last couple of weeks.
A prominent couple was in
fillahassee last week to purchase
iiems from a leading home
improvement store in that city.
When it came time to check-out,
their check was refused. When
Certegy check services was
contacted, the couple was informed
Mhai they had frozen their account
bIecause of suspicious activity with
i heir account the week prior.
The couple soon found out that
someone had printed out checks on
computer, with a local bank's


Condition of

crash victim

is upgraded

A 22-year-old Perry man injured
in a one-vehicle crash two weeks
ag:o has been upgraded to stable
condition, but has lost a second leg
to amputation.
According to a report filed by
Florida High Patrol Trp. Thomas
R Roderick, crash 'investigator,
John Velton "Charlie" Freeman
\ a ; traveling east on Holly Drive
"at a high rate of speed."
"Freeman failed to make a left
cur. e ahead. He then drove off the
main road, traveled a portion of
Holly Drive and onto a private
residential driveway/dirt road.
"The driver continued out of
control, east on the dirt portion,
leaving the road and going into'a
wooded area. The 2003 Chevy
A alanche Freeman was driving
ihen began to rotate.
"Freeman's 'truck continued
o-- Please see, page 3


theft strikes here


name on it, but a Miami address,
and also printed the couple's name
on the checks. The forgers also had.


the couple's driver's license
numbers and their date of birth.
In one day, the thieves wrote five


checks totaling more than $3,000.
Also, on Nov. 18, a Perry woman
was notified by her bank that her


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*I4ilSTMAS


''' .ikrm.nh. family, has welcomed
copperr for 80 years, making The Fair
.Store. the ..oldest. retail .store in downtown
,P.ery>,, Hymie Glickman joins his fellow
'nr'e'preneurs. in continuing a holiday
tradition 'during 'the annual "Christmas on
",tt,e Square & Downtown Open House" Friday,
Dec. 2, from 5-9 p.m. Events will include
horse-drawn carriage rides, a live nativity,
' face'painting for children and storytelling in
Katie's Courtyard. Santa will also make a
, .'special visit, handing out candy treats to all
-'good .little girls and boys.
. ,


Protests against plant continue


The proposed coal-fired power
plant continued to be a topic at
Tuesday's county commission


meeting.
For the second straight meeting,
protesters held signs in front of the


Gunter will continue


as commission chair

The Taylor County commission held its annual re-organization Tuesday
night, during which Commission Chairman Daryll Gunter retained his
position and Commissioner Clay Bethea was named vice-chairman.
Commissioner Jack Brown opened nominations for chairman by
nominating then vice-chairman Commissioner Malcolm Page. -
Page thanked Brown, but nominated Gunter instead. Brown withdrew
his nomination of Page and Gunter was named chairman in a unanimous
% oit. Page then nominated Bethea for vice-chairman. He also received an
unanimous vote.

Mufflers required


FWC weighs in


on airboat noise


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
approved enforcement procedures
and educational efforts concerning
airboat' sound reduction
Wednesday during its meeting at
Key Largo.
The commissioners' action
clarified that flex pipe is not an
effective muffling device and that
mufflers are required on airboats.
Commissioners also included a
provision directing FWC officers
to promote compliance through a
six-month educational period.
Commissioners voted to move
forward with public outreach
efforts to resolve concerns about
airboat sound levels. Outreach


efforts will include an airboat-
sound reduction competition next
spring,, in cooperation with the
industry, to develop innovative
solutions for making airboats
quieter.
To get to this point, FWC staff
conducted six workshops to gather
input from airboaters, sound
experts and residents to address
complaints about sound levels
produced by airboat engines and
propellers.
' Workshops attracted 400
participants who overwhelmingly
agreed on the need for an airboater
code of ethics and the need for
effective mufflers on airboat
engines.


county administrative complex
before the 6 p.m. meeting. At 5:30,
there were some 12 protesters with
signs opposing the plant as well as
asking for a vote on the issue.
It has been the policy of the
board for the last several meetings
that comments concerning the
power plant be heard at the end of
the meeting, including those on the
agenda and those not on the
agenda. '
When Perry resident Gale
Dickert, who was speaking during
the public comments portion near
the beginning of the meeting,
.changed topics from the
Steinhatchee boat ramp to the
power plant, Commission
Chairman Daryll Gunter asked her


to wait until the. power plant
agenda item was'reached..

"You know the rules," Gunter
said.
Two speakers later, however,
Rebecca Edwards also wanted to
talk about the power plant.
Gunter asked for the pleasure of
the board whether Edwards would
need to wait .until the end. After a
short discussion, commissioners
decided to let her speak.
Edwards asked the
commissioners a series of
questions about the potential
impacts of the plant.
When the board reached the
power plant portion of the meeting'
** Please see page 8


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Kiwanis Radio Auction
Members of the Perry Kiwanis Club display a few of the items that will be up for bids Monday
and Tuesday evening on WPRY. Shown above are (left to right) Charlton Knowles, Don Lincoln,
Gil Williams, Bob Chiles and Joe Burns. A complete listing of the auction items may be found on
page A 2.


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car loan would not be approved
because two accounts had been
turned over to collection agencies.
When the woman said she did
not know what they were talking
about, the bank representative
stated that someone had opened
two accounts with a wireless phone
service--one in Tampa and one in
Lakeland--and had let the accounts
go delinquent.
Police 'called the numbers
assigned to the accounts and "were
unable to tell what was being said
because the individuals on the
answering machines were speaking'
what appeared to*be Arabic," said
Perry Police Department Ptl. Cathy
Schneider.
The accounts were opened. with
the Perry woman's Social Security
number. When checked, the
-* Please see page 2


'Lost' land


at Taylor


beaches?

Alleged errors in Taylor
County's Future Land Use Map led
two landowners, in separate cases,
to ask the county commission for
clarification on land classification
Tuesday night.
One got what he wanted while
the other will have to wait until the
next commission meeting for a
decision,.
Dr. Firas A. Hamdan and Dr.
Kenneth Hutchins were both
present for the commission to take
final action on land use
determinations heard at the Nov. 4
Taylor County Planning Board
meeting.
S According to county staff, the.
Future Land Use Map was adopted
in 1990 based on a digitized
version of a large, hand-drawn
map.
It was during the digitizing
process that several parcels of
land, due to their small size, lost
their classification in a Scribner's
error, the men contended.
A Scribner's error is defined as a
minor error in notation on a plat
that, upon correction by the maker
of the error, would not affect the
intent of the plat or its legal
validity.
The original map was apparently
lost when the planning department
moved from the basement of the
courthouse to the second floor.
In Hamdan's case, the land in
question is 3.58 acres of some 40
acres 'he purchased in 2000,
located between Keaton Beach and
Cedar Island.
The issue is whether the three
acres were'classified conservation
or mixed-use urban development
when the Future Land Use Map
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A-2 Perry News-Herald December 2-3, 2005





Residents warned: 'Guard personal information'


IDENTITY THEFT
Continued from page 1

addresses given for .the stolen
accounts did not exist.
In an even more bizzare case, a
local car dealership was contacted
by a man who said' he wanted to
purchase three vehicles. The man
gave several credit card numbers,
which at .the time, appeared to
have been valid.
When the credit card. company
the dealership uses checked the
numbers (because there were so
many), ,it was found that
the man had given them over 20
credit card numbers--all of them
stolen from the same banking
institution and belonging to other
people.
Officials with the dealership said
they were. told that the bank's
computers may have been
"hacked," allowing the numbers to
be retrieved.
According to Taylor County
Sheriffs Office Inv. Ron Rice,
there are several ways to help
prevent identity theft.
"Many people have their driver's
license number printed on their
checks," he said. "For most, it's a
matter of convenience, but this is
not always a good idea.
"If someone stole your
checkbook, they now have
personal information on you that
could cause you a lot of grief in
the future.'You should also protect
your Social Security number. This
is a number which the government
gives to each of us for their


Put on your sunglasses and
sandals because this year we are
going to the beach! Join in the fun.
and help kick off the eighth annual
Relay For Life of Taylor County
Tuesday, Dec. 6.
Local volunteers will host the
event at PACE Union Hall
beginning at 6:30 p.m.
"We chose 'Beach Bash For A
Cure' as our 2006 theme because
we wanted to make this year's
event relaxing and fun," volunteer
Jamie Clark said.
At kick-off,, community
members can enjoy great food
while they learn more about goals
for the coming year, meet the new'
Relay Steering Committee .and
volunteer to become more
involved, she said.
Teams are encouraged to bring
their $100 registration fee to the
event, and sponsorship
opportunities are still available.


identification. It is not
recommended that citizens carry
their Social Security card in their
wallet or purse.
"We should try to keep credit
.cards to a minimum. TFie more
credit cards you have, the higher
the chance you have of someone
stealing one and using it," Rice
said. ,
"Don't sign your name on the
back of your cards, either. Write
'check ID' on the signature!
section. That way, if someone
steals your credit card, they will
have to prove who they are and
this increases the chance of them
not being able to use it," he added.
Rice said it is also a good idea.
to never mail tax information or.
bills from your home. ,
"Use the post office," he said.
"That eliminates the chance that a
thief can snoop through your mail
while you are gone. You should
also keep blank Checks, banking
information, tax information and
pay stubs locked securely in your
home.
"And never give personal
information or financial
information over the telephone.",
he said, "especially if you didn't
initiate the calls "
"Miost people get those pre-
approved credit cards through the
mail. When this happens, your
credit has been checked by those
people. In the U. S., there are
three credit bureaus which cover.
everyone. '
"You can eliminate this by
calling toll-free 1-888-567-8688 or


"We're calling on all walkers,
cancer survivors. community,
leaders, team captains, sponsors
and hard workers to become
involved with the local relay,"
Clark said .

With a theme of "Beach Bash
For A Cure," teams are asked to
bring their umbrellas, tents and
beach balls and decorate their sites
accordingly. Teams will be able to
choose their campsite in the order
they sign up, so the committee is
-.encouraging participating teams to
registertarly. .
,Relay. is an 18-hour team event
where. participants walk around a
track relay style and camp.out
overnight. Teams of cancer-
fighting enthusiasts w ll gather at
the Taylor County High School
track on April 7-8 to show their
support and dedication to fighting
'this disease.


-One-Stop announces


re-location of offices


The North Florida .Workforce,
Development Board announced
plans Monday to relocate the
board's Employment Connections
One-Stop Company's office in
Perry
The new location at 1702 South
Jefferson Street is expected to be
operational Dec. 12.
"The Employment Connections
On'e-Stop move to its new,
location is a key inflection point
due to recent budget reductions for
the region," explained Workforce
Board CEO Mike Deming.
"As we look to grow our
services and economic and
workforce development initiatives
"we will seek to expand. our
employee base with itinerate


partners from its current level of
Employment Connections
professionals. Our new location
will provide additional space at a
lower cost .and is a perfect
complement to- our customer
service growth initiatives."
The new location will 'be
devoted exclusively to customer
and community services, including
both employers and job seekers.
This is a notable expansion from
the Employment Connections
current location on North Jefferson
Street in Perry and the more
central location to a high growth
businesses area is an additional
benefit, Deming said. ,

..,- Please see page 3


go on -line to
www.optoutprescreen.com. All
.three credit bureaus use this
website and number to allow
consumers to 4iot receive these
offers," he added.
Rice said there is a way to keep
any and everyone from reviewing
your credit and credit history.
"You can pay a lifetime fee of
$10 to each of the three bureaus
and initiate a freeze on anyone
seeing your credit history. To lock
your report, go on-line to
https://www.annualcreditreport.co
m/cra/index.jsp. You will be
given a pin number and 800.
number which allow's you to de-
activate the lock and let someone
you are applying to for credit, to
access it. Then you can lock it
Backk" he added .
SRice added that it is also
possible to opt out of unwanted
mailings and telephone calls from
telemarketers. '
To be taken off mailing lists,
.gow to w w w.the-
dma.org/consumers/offmailinglist.
html. For mail. go to www.the-
dma.org/consumers/offtelephonelis
.htmll.
You may also register with a
state, "Do not call" list by going
to www.ftc.gov!donotcall and to
prevent unsolicited e-mail, go to
www.dmaconsumers.org/offemaill
ist.html.


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Cash contributions: Mauldin's Collision C
Buckeye Community Federal Credit Union
Tedder Agent, Citifinancial, Badcock Furnitt
Item # Descriphon Value
1001 $50 00 Cleaning Certificate
Tree Capital Cleaning $50 00
1003 $25 00 Christian Book Store at
O'Qunn's Pharmacy 525 00 '
1005 30 Minute Massage
Theresa Folsom LMT S30.00
1007 Lube, Oil Change & Fiter
TiMbclind Ford .-. "" '500

1009 Tackle Pack
Bass Assassin $3735
1011 $25.00 Gift Certificate
Town & Country Cleaners $25.00

1013 One Month's Free Tanning
Reflections $34.00
1015 Shooter's Shirt & Cap
Farm Bureau Insurance 540 00
1017 Hot Sione Massage
Jenniler Ellis. LMT $60.00
1019 Long Handle Tool Rack
Ragan's Ace Hardware $28.00

1021. Lube, Oil Change,&Filter $34.00
Thomas Chevrolet
1023 2 BufTeLs wvdrink $20.00
Chaparral Steak House
1025 $50.00 Gift Certificate $50.00
Sisters' Mercantile
:1027 BBQ Chicken Dinner $ 8.93
Goodman's BBQ
1029 Houdini Corksciew
Edwaid ones Investments $25.00

1031 One Year Subscription
Woods & Water Magazine $14.95
1033 Cam-Locker Tool Box
American Aluminumn $395.00
1035 GE I8qt Roaster Oven
Tri-Counly Electric Coop $60.00 .
1037 TV:Cable Remote Watch
Cox Electronics 0 $14;99
1039 Girl's L 10/12 Horse Shirt
Michelle's Bull Pen $15.99.
1041 Child's Blue Cowboy Hat
Michelle's Bull Pen. $16,99
1043 Lube. Oi1 Change & Filter
Cribbs& Sons $25.00
1045 3 NMui Free DSL
GTCOM $134.85
1047 3 Mos of Basic Cable
Comcast Cable $119.85
1049 Golf Umbrella ,
Citizens Bank $27.00
1051 $5Q.00 Cleaning Certificate
Tree Capital Cleaning $50.00
1053 FusonSpeaker Bqx
South House $40.00

1055 7 Piece Paint Brush Set
Cashway Building Products $10.99
1057 ATV Box
Custom Design Industries $169.00
1059 1 Mo Gym/Tan Membership
New Dimensions $70.00'
1061 I Meal Per Wk. For I Month
Rosehead Junction $50.00
1063 Copy ofaskSam 6
Gulf internet& askSam $395.00
1065 4 Hrs Entertainment & DJ
Eldon Sadler $300.00.


: Rice said it is also a good idea
to have a good anti-virus and
firewall program installed on your
personal computers (which holds
all your information) and to keep
it updated.
"You will also want to have
your computer professionally


cleared if you decide to'sell it;.
"We're not .trying to make.
everyone paranoid," Rice added.
"but last year alone there were
over 10 million victims of
identity theft. If the wrone person
finds out your, personal'
information, they can cause \ou


6th Annual Kiwanis Radio

December 5 & 6 beginning at 6:00 pm on Bulldog

o place a bid call: 223-1400, 223-3501 or listen on the World Wide

Clinic, Tree Capital Credit Union, Sheffield and Sheffield Realty, Andrews Drugs, Frith Abstra
, State Farm Insurance Ina Padgett Agent, Bishop Law Firm, Manrtn Eleclronics. Buckeye
ure, Bennett's Auto Body Grady Moore Real Estale


Itemr Description Value
1002 Ladies Black Leather Purse
Michelle's Bull Pen $3999
1004 $25 00 Gift Certificate
Michelle's Bull Pen $25.00
1006 Heritage Jar Candle
Michelle's BullPen $ 9.99
1008 3 MosofFree DSL
GTCOM $134 85'
1010, $25.00 Gift Coupon
Golden Corral Restaurant. $25.00
1012 $50.00 Walmart Certificate
Caldwell Baniker ;$50.00


Fuson Speaker Box
South House


$40.00


1016 Comprehensive Eye Exam
Vision Arts Eyecare $160.00


1018 One Month's Free Classes
Taylor Gymnastics
1020 One-Year Free Subscription
Perry Newspaper
1022 $50.00 Cleaning Certificate
Tree Capital Cleaning
1024 $1500.00 Estate Planning
Smith, Smith, Moore


$34.0(

$39.01

$50.0(

$1500.0


1026 Metabolizer 5000 Wt. Loss $29.95
Health Naturally


1028 Tackle Pack
Bass Assassin


1030 $25.00 Gift Cert. To Mama's
Wells Fargo Mortgage
1032 Marble Desk Name Plate
Burns Monument


$37.35


$25.0(


1067: Canoe Trip for Twelve
Steinharchee Landings,


$175.00


1069. OneYear Subscription
Woods & Water Magazine $14.95
1071 One-Half Day Fishing Trip
One More Cast/Pat McGriff $275.00
1073 One Fishing Trip for Wednesday .
Big Bend Chalrters $150.00
.i Dayv s .;
Pelican Point Inn $200.00


Standard Tool Box
RDS Manufacturing


$218.00


10,000 Slash PineSeedlings
Buckeye Nursery $369.00


1081 $50.00 Cleaning Certificate
Tree Capital Cleaning $50.00
S1083 Florida Gator Baseball Cap
Michelle's Bull Pen $14.99
S 1085 tLube, Oil Change & Filter
Timberland Ford $25.00
0
1087 Lube, Oil Change & Filter
Timberland Ford $25:00
0
1089 Low Profile Bug Shield
Yarbrough Tire & Auto $50.00
0
1091 Ace Locker 35pc Socket Set
Ragan's Ace Hardware $37.00
1093 $20.00 Gift Certificate -
Winn Dixie $20.00,

1095 Waterbase Pillow
Perry Chiropractic Clinic $55.00

.1097 Four Free Lunches,
Old Mexican Restaurant $28.00


$65.00 .
1099


1034 George Foreman Grill
Tri-County Electric Coop $25.00


1036

1038


$150.00 Accounting Services
Waters CPA Group
Professional briefeasa
Howell's Office Supply


1040 Men's XL Western Shirt
Michelle's Bull Pen
1042 Toy Horse'
Michelle's Bull Pen.
1044 Walnut Flag Case
Burns Funeral Home
1046 Tackle Pack'
Bass Assassin
1048 $50.00 US Savings Bond
Capital City Bank
1050 Sports/Travel Bag
Citizens Bank
1052 $25.00 Gift Certificate
Mama's Italian Restaurant
1054 Magnavox DVD/VCR
South House

1056 Hot Stone Massage by Ellis
Professional Realty


$150.00


$49.95
1105


$39.95

$ 6.99


$200,00

$37.35

$25.00

$45.00

$25.00

$169.00

$60.00


1058 Skil Cordless 18-Volt Drill
T & R Marine $49.99


1060 Case of 2 Cycle Oil
Ware Oil Co.
1062 2 Night Free Stay
Keaton Beach Marina
1064 2 Free Meals
Roy's Restaurant
1066 30 Minute Massage
Teresa Folsom LMT


$56.00

$150.00

$30.00

$30 00


Two Lunch Buffets
n J Jin Restaurant


$12.00


1101 Two Rounds of Golf w/Cart
Perry Golf & Country Club $56.00
1103 $25.00 Gift Cert. to Mama's
Wells Fargo Mortgage $25.00


One Large Pizza
Dominoes Pizza


$14.00


1107 Titan 5pc Wrench Set
MA Rigoni $10.00

1109 Titan 2lpc Socket Set
MA Rigoni $15.00
I111 $25.00 Gilft Cert for Christian Store
Blue & Byers, PLLC $25.00


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Taylor County Fire-Rescue Lt. Robert Lyle (while shirt) and [Irefighier Earl Panris secured this refrigerated truck which
overturned about one mile down Beach Road Thursday. The driver received minor injunes in the one-vehicle crash



Three wrecks withinhour


Emergency service 'units were
rolling from one crash to another
Thursday afternoon, with three
wrecks reported within one hour.'
The first, a single-vehicle
rollover involving a transport
:iruck, occurred on. Beach Road
around .1 p.m. The driver escaped
serious injury and was treated by
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'(EMS) on the scene
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p.m.,. rent Unriits 'rolling down;
Highway, 27 at the report of a,
'semi-truck jack-knifed in the
middle of the ro3d. blocking
traffic. '
Once again, no injuries were
reported.


Freeman off respirator


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Continued from page .
"Freeman's trtck continued
sideways, out-of-control, and hit a
large pine tree on the front of the
vehicle. The truck o erturned onto'
its left side and struck another.,
large pine tree. Freeman was
partial ejected from the driver's
side door, amputating one of his
,legs at the scene,'i .he, added .,'
Freeman, was placed on a
respirator at Shands and put into a
drug induced coma to help in the
healing time.
,Wednesday; Freeman's mother
said that he is doing good, "but
that it will be a long, long road to
recovery," she said. "He is off the
respirator,and not paralyzed. He is
able to move everything and is
talking and eating.
"Although Charlie lost both of
:his legs, he kept his life and we
thank God every minute for that,'.'
she added.


Family members are also-
requesting continued prayers for
Freeman. .
"This has been a hard thing,"
the mother said. "We want


everyone to pray for him and for a
full recovery. \\e would also ask
that e cry'one remember the whole
family\ in their prajers This has
really taken a toll on us all."


Plan to encourage


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development, strategies for Taylor
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gror% th by creating the strong
infrastructure and flexibility of
Employment Connectiobnis
resources to support businesses
needs."


Jerry Durbin is the site manager
of 'the Taylor County
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businesses and job seekers. .
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Page

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Mullet jumps for joy here


Chip Parker, Leigh Anne Lynn


Lynn-Parker vows will

be exchanged Jan. 14
Eugene and Kathy Lynn of Eridu announce the engagement of their
daughter, Leigh Anne, to Chip Parker, the son of Cla and Beverly Parker
of Perry.
The bride-elect is a student at North Florida Community College,
pursuing a degree in elementary education. She is the granddaughter of
Tommy and Sarah Lynn of Havana, Deloris Lewis of Aucilla and the late
Alton Lewis.
The prospective groom is a Bible major at Clearwater Christian
College, who will graduate in May of 2006. He is currently serving as
associate pastor of Airline Baptist Church in Mayo.
His grandparents include Warren and Meredith Parker of Perry,. Junior
and Betty Jo Howell of Steinhatchee.
A Jan. 14, 2006, wedding is planned at 2 p.m. in the First Baptist
Church of Perry. No invitations will be issued; all friends and relatives of
the couple are cordially invited to attend.


New arrival

Garryn Kade-Lee Houck
Aida Beach and Chris Houck of Taylor County announce the birth of a
son, Garryn Kade-Lee Houck, on Nov. 17, 2005, in Capital Regional
Medical Center. He weighed 6 pounds, 14 ounces, and was 20 and one-
half inches long.
Maternal grandparents are Charlotte and Mike Dobranic of Deland, and
Gary and Nancy Ratliff.
Maternal great grandparents are Charles Baker of Ocala, Ruth and Buddy
Pittman.
The baby's paternal grandparents are Janice Houck and Ox Davis.
The new arrival was welcomed home by Kristopher Beach, 14, and
Christopher Blake Houck, who is 8.


Fashion show Saturday
A White and Ivory Suit and Hats Fashion Show, featuring Mrs. Paula
Graham, is planned for Saturday, Dec. 3, at 3 p.m. in Jerkins High
School.
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everyone, to attend.


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By POLLY WALLER
The best mullet dinner I ever ate
was back in 1979. My friend Lee
Ann and I had been. out on the
Gulf in the "Tapetanic," a 12-
foot boat that has been in my
family for eons and is held
together with duct tape. We had
broken down twice, ran aground
more than once and had an incident.
with a sting ray. By the time we
made it back to the hill, we were
hot, salty and sunburned but
mostly, we were famished.
We started talking about what
would taste good and.the subject
oA a mullet dinner at Howard's
Cafe (Jabo) came up. Our finances
were not in the best of shape but
we managed to scrape up $4.46
between us. At that time, a
mullet dinner cost $3.50. We
figured we could split one dinner,
drink water and have enough left
over for tax and a decent tip.
The memory of that dinner is
etched forever in my mind. -As the
platter of fresh fried fish before us
dwindled and we wiped the grease
and corn meal from our faces, we,
declared the mullet our favorite
fish ever. After all, the mullet is
not your average fish.
Great taste aside, the. mullet has
some special attributes that set. it
apart from the rest. t .has a
gizzard like a chicken, it jumps for
the pure joy of jumping and it can
live in salt, fresh or brackish
water. All in all, it's an
extraordinary fish and well worth
the attention it has been getting
from the literary world.
The most recent book about
mullet, or should I say, about one
particular mullet, is the children's
book "The Wise Mullet of Cook
Bayou." Author Timothy A.
Weeks begins this delightful fish
tale in the muddy waters of Cook
Bayou, located near the author's


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"A Story Book Christmas" is
the theme for this year's
Christmas at the Mansion holiday
open house Dec. 7-11 at Wardlaw-
Smith-Goza Conference Center in
Madison.
The North Florida Community
College Foundation, Inc. and the
Friends of the Mansion cordially
invite the public to attend. The
Mansion will be open 11 a.m. to
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through Friday, Dec. 9; 11 a.m. to
4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 10; and
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children, it is a celebration of the
Gulf Coast culture and' a
diminishing way. of life.
Timothy A. Weeks is the son of
-a commercial fisherman and grew
up in Bay County. He is now a
journalist, based in Amsterdam and-
has eaten-mullet caught off the
shores of France, Italy, Thailand
and the Netherlands.
Other enjoyable books about
mullet include "Mulletheads: The
Legends, Lore, Magic and Mania
Surrounding the Humble But
Celebrated Mullet" by Michael
Swindle and "The Mostly Mullet
Cookbook: A Culinary
Celebration of the South's
Favorite Fish" by George Griffin.


Madison County Junior Auxiliary
will host "Cookies with Santa" on
Saturday, Dec. 10 from 1-3 p.m.
There will be "celebrity elves" and
Santa will be available to take
pictures with children so bring'a
camera.
.The public is invited to.stop by
anytime during the open house
hours. For group tours, call in
advance, (850) 973-9432.


Editor's Note: Polly Waller,
with, husband Rod, owns and
operates the Book Mart on
Highway 19 North, in the former
Sun 'n' Sand Motel.


Admission is free, but donations
are welcome and benefit the WSG
Conference Center.
The WSG Conference Center,,
listed- in the Historic American
Buildings' Survey and the
National Register of Historic
Places, was built in 1860 and now
serves as NFCC's conference
center.


Big Bend Hospice and the
Taylor County Advisory Council
cordially invite you to attend the



Thursday, December 8, 2005
6:30 p.m.
First United Methodist Church
302 North Jefferson Street
Perry
Reception follows service
Please join us as we remember the lives of loved
ones who are no longer with us, but whom we hold
in our hearts eternally. This time for remembrance
and healing is open to everyone in the community.
We invite you to come into the "circle of love."

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newspaper to run the names of all
those arrested and booked at the
Taylor County Jail. All those listed
below have been charged with a
crime, but are considered innocent
until proven guilty.
Nov. 13:
Robert U. Webb, 25, West
Lcon Street, VOP for criminal
mischief, Ptl. Norris, PPD.
Nov. 14:
Kenneth David Poncier, 28,
East Elmo Scott Avenue,
DWLS/R, no vehicle registration,
no motorcycle endorsement, Trp.
Ernst, FHP.
Terry J. Marshall, 39, Susan
Street, VOP (sexual offender), Off.
Livingston, DOC.
John Lee Crocker Jr., 23, 611
South Givens Street, VOCC,-Off.
Hendry, DOC.
Charles Earl Hamilton,'49, East
Main Street, DWLS (habitual),
possession of cocaine, possession
of drug paraphernalia, resisting
arrest without violence, Ptl.
Cooper, PPD.


Steveri Ray Loafman, 34, Leon
Ward Road, FTA for improper tag,
Dep. Hawkins, TCSO.
Aldrick Pat 'Bailey. 24, West
.Walnut Street, VOCC, Off.
Hendry, DOC.
Malcolm Antonio Wilkins, 32,
200 Schwartz Street, VOP, Dep.
Tucker, TCSO.
Nov. 15:
Wayne Arthur Vinson Jr., 40,
Washington. Street, Eastpoint, no
motor vehicle registration, Ptl.
Norris, PPD.
Sharika Deshawn Long, 27,
Drew Street, VOP for DUI, Dep:
Hershberger, TCSO.
Eugene Williams. 54, Second
Street, disorderly intoxication, Ptl.
Sunderland, PPD.
Kirtus Justin Bradshaw, 25,
Golf Course Road, battery, Sgt.
Kellerman, TCSO.
Marcus Lenard Hamilton, 29,
Second' Street, VOP for drug
offense within 1,000 feet of a
house of worship, Dep. Tucker,
TCSO.
Quincy J. Baker, 21,. Susan


Street, accessory after the fact of
robbery, VOP, Dep. Hawkins,
TCSO.
Neal Cleveland Dubose, 38,
East Cherry Street, robbery, VOP
(attempted robbery, battery on
person over 65), Dep. Hawkins,
TCSO.
Derrick Tracy Sickler, 20,
Holley Drive, capias for
aggravated assault, Dep. Lundy,
TCSO.
Nov. 16:
Richard Dell Asbell, 51, Second
Avenue NW, Steinhatchee, battery
(domestic), violence of a
protective injunction), Dep.
McKenzie, TCSO.
James Keith Asbel, 41, 2839
McBride Road, Brooksville,
battery (domestic), culpable
negligence, reckless driving, Ptl.
Norris, .PPD.
Patricia Ann Asbell, 51, Second
Street NW, Steinhatchee, battery
(domestic), violation of. a
protective injunction, Dep.
McKenzie, TCSO.
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fleeing and eluding, DWLS, Sgt.
Campbell, TCSO.
Cathi V. Duckett, 46, 211 High
Avenue, battery, Dep. Burford,
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Sandra Walford, 31, 500 South
Warner Street, retail theft, Ptl.
Franklin, PPD.
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A-6 Perry News-Herald december 2-3, 2005


With OT win over Maclay


Bulldogs improve to 3-0,


Fishing unbelievable!


By PAT McGRIFF
*"One More Cast Guide Service
Gosh--I guess some folks will
have a hard time believing me, but
the four days from Thursday
through Sunday were simply
unbelievable trout fishing on
board my boat, and Mickey
Wheeler's Sunday!
Cal Beanblosssom, of
Sylvester, Ga., and I caught trout
Sand reds every where we fished
Thursday and threw back 12 trout.
over 20 inches long.-
Then Friday and Saturday I had
charters with Arthur and Ellen
Eidson. We caught and threw back,
more than 25 trout over 20 inches
long, and caught and released 15
keeper reds from 2 to 2.5 ft. of
water before moving to deeper
-water 3-4 ft. and caught a trout on
every cast Friday. Saturday we had
half as many big fish early, but
several over five pounds caught
and released. We.caught our fish
on Assassin five-inch shads fished
un-weighted on 5/0 worm hooks.
On Triple Fish X rated copolymer
ten pound test with 25 pound test
Triple Fish X line leaders. We
switched to MirrOlure Catch
2000's when the water was 2 ft. or
deeper' and then went to live
shrimp later in the mornings.
SAwesome fishing as the Yankees
would say!
Sunday, Mickey Wheeler and I
released so many trout from 4-5
pounds you wouldn't believe it.
Suffice it to say we fished three
hours and only had two fish less
than 20 inches long. Mickey and I
fished Bomber Long A's and
S MirrOlure Catch 2000's and Catch


Jr's in 2-3 feet of water.
Saturday, TGIF charters with
Captain Edward Thomas took Jim
.Hardee and Casey Hardee of Plant
City out with Kevin Taylor, of
Orlando and they limited out on
trout using shrimp under Cajun
Thunders. Their largest trout was
22 inches long and they-had one
redfish 21 inches long..
Frank Jennie and Drew Rutinger
* of Valdosta, Ga., had 14 trout and
a bunch of shorts Saturday, using
live shrimp under Cajun Thunders.
Dan, Danielle, Megan and Zach
Greene all of Gray, Ga., had their
limit of trout Thursday, Friday and
Saturday while fishing with Bass
Assassins under Cajuns in 2-3 feet
of water.
Joey Landreneau, of Gainesville,
weighed in a live 6.5-p6und trout
in the marina Sunday, he also had
a 5.5-pounder both released with a
half dozen others all over 21
inches long. Joey was fishing
Catch 2000's in 2-3 feet of water.
Jack. Haugton and Bob
Pennington of Warner Robins,
Ga., had some small keeper trout
Friday when I saw them and I gave
Jack a half dozen worm hook and a
handful of Assassin- five inch
shads and told him he was fishing
too deep in three feet of water. The
next time I saw the two of them
-they had a beautiful catch of trout
all over 19 inches' and two around
four-and-a -half pounds! They
started over an extra day just to
fish.-the Assassin flukes in red
/Gold shiner in two feet of water
for another limit of big trout
Sunday. Bob said they threw back
a dozen over twenty each day.


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. The Taylor County High boys'
basketball team ran its record to 3-
0 Tuesday .with a heart-stopping
50-49 overtime win at Maclay.
In a game which saw the
Bulldogs lead by as many as 17 in
regulation and down by as many
as four in the overtime period,
TCHS's Rick Williams came up


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In obvious pain from a pulled
bicep, Williams scored all six
Bulldog points in overtime to
secure the win.
The Bulldogs used it's Diamond
Press to force several turnovers in
the first half and to stretch the lead
to 34-17 in the third quarter.


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Nov. 17 Tip-Otf Tournament Chiles
Nov 18 Tlp.Orl Tournament Chiles
Nov. 21 Chiefland Away 4:30 7:30
M Nov. 22 NFC Home 6-00 7:30
Nov. 29 Maclay Away 6 00 7 30
Dec. 1 Lincoln Home 6:00 7:30
Dec 3 Maoson "- Away 4.30 3 GAMES
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TCMS girls
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The TCMS. girls soccer team" and Barton complex
continued their winning ways this with her third goa
week by defeating Florida High Cantrell assist. C
and Ft. \\hite to improve their into the scoring 1
record to 6-00.. two. Both of h
Tuesday, Florida High came to assisted by sixth
town and 'the Bulldogs quickly Peacock.
doused any hope the Noles might Then on Wedne
have had by jumping out to a 3-0 picked up right wh
lead early in the first half on goals as Ft. White came
by Hayden Barton (2) and Jordan TCMS girls jum]
Williams. Assists on the goals quicklN and carries
were credited to Kayla Smith and the half. Goals i
Savannah Cantrell, who had two. .were socred by C
The scoring did not stop there Kelsea Smyrnios
though as Williams chipped in her and Shae Homer
second goal off 'a Cantrell assist credited to Jor


But the Marauders gqt hot just
when the 'Dogs cooled off and, by
the end of regulation, the score
was knotted at 44.
"Maclay is just like a counter-
puncher in boxing," Bulldog
Coach John Davies said. "As long
as they, are still standing, they are
watching for any mistakes and .
they will make you pay for them,."
Davies said his team lost a step
on defense and were caught just
out of position enough to free up
Maclay's sharpshooters.
The Bulldogs have historically
come up just short in some epic
battles at Maclay. 'In 2003, they
lost by a single point arid last year
by five to a Maclay team that went
,to the state final four.
This time, though, Taylor
withstood the comeback and made ',


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the adjustments necessary. to
secure the win.
"Nobody was down about
losing the lead. We respect
Maclay and know how tough they'
play. But, we also knew the
outcome was in our hands and our
kids stepped up and finished," thq
coach said.
Williams led the scoring for the
Bulldogs with 16 points followed
by T.J. Powell with 13 (along with
five assists) and Marquis Ellis
with 7.
'The Bulldogs were scheduled to
host Tallahassee-Lincoln
Thursday night before traveling to
Madison Saturday for their first
district matchup.
Maclay travels to Perry Monday
for a rematch.


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banquet is Dec. 7

The Taylor County Touchdown Club will host the annual High School
Football Banquet Wednesday, Dec. 7, at the Elks Club, beginning at 7
p.m.
Tickets are available at the door; cost is $10 for adults and $5 for
students.
For more information, contact. Bobby Spradley at 843-0247.


run record to 6-0


eted the hat trick
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'antrell then got
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grader Sarena
sday the Dawgs
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to town and the
ped out on top
d a 5-0 lead into
in the first half
Cantrell, Barton,
, Jan Williams
. Assists were
dan Williams,


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Lindsey Brown. The only goal of
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Mincy on an assist from
Smyrnios for .the final 6-0 margin.
Both games included massive
substitutions ,as every player on
the 26- player roster saw extensive
playing time for the Bulldogs.
i "Our girl, are pla\ ing % cry good
right now. That first group that
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cylinders and are very comfortable
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Religion


Methodists open historic sanctuary


Public invited to tour sanctuary
First United Methodist Church cordially invites the public to tour its
historic sanctuary Friday night, Dec. 2, from 6 until 8 p.m., Carolers from
(he adult and children's choirs will be singing on the church steps during
S he annual old-fashioned Christmas celebration in downtown Perry.

Calvary presents 'Shine On Us'
The sanctuary choir of Calvary Baptist Church will present the
bhristmas musical, "Shine On Us," on Sunday, Dec. 4, at 6 p.m.
The choir is under the direction of Don Bishop. The church is located at


Obituaries


Nell Elizabeth Wilkes
Nell Elizabeth Wilkes, 91, of
terry, died on Nov. 27, 2005 at the
Vood Samaritan' Center in Dowling
Vark.
Born in Morgan City, La, on
Dec. 19, 1913, she was the'
laughter of Charles Walter and
Catherine Patterson Bean. She
married Harry Winston Wilkes
May 17, 1931, and worked with
him in his business as the Gulf Oil,
distributor in Perry. .
Both were members of First
JMethodist Church. Mrs. Wilkes
was active in her church, the
Wesleyan Service Guild, as well as
Eastern Star, Perry Woman's Club
and Perry Garden Club.
She was preceded in death by her
parents, husband and a brother.
7-Charles F. Bean.
Survivors include: a daughter,
harriette Grimes of" Winter
Parden;.two sons, Harry Wilkes of
Pensacola, and Marsh "Bo" Wilkes
}f Perry; two sisters, Alice
Schc\njildcr of Clear Lake, Texas,
and Jlejn \Vhip .of Walnut Creek,
Calif.; seven grandchildren and
seven great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Sunday, Dec. 4, at 2 p.m., at the
Pirst United Methodist Church in
Perry with the Rev. Matt Wallis
officiating Interment will follow at
\Voodla\%%n Cemetery. Family
members will receive friends at
Burns Funeral Home from 7 until 9
p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 3, 2005,
Memorial donations may be
made to Big Bend, Hospice.
Bums Funeral Home is in charge

Clarence Kennedy
Demps
Clarence Kennedy Demps, 44,
Of Greenville, died Nov. 23, 2005,
in Tallahassee.
Mr. Demps was a 1981 graduate
bf Madison County High School
and was employed by Winn-Dixie
Packers for several years.
Survivors include: his mother,
' Ora Lee Demps of Greenville; two
brothers, Bud E. Demps and
Richard Lee Demps, both of
Greenville; and seven, sisters,
_Pattie Mae Jackson, JoAnn Demps,
GI\naves Powell and Rutha
Livingston, all of Greenville, Cora
Lee Demps of Aucilla, Ruby Noble
of Monticello and Clarice Wallace


of Lamont.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Dec. 3, at 1 p.m. at New
Zion Missionary Baptist Chtirch in
Greenville with'." interment
following'at New Zion Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends Friday, Dec. 2, from 5 until.
,7 p.m. at Trinity Funeral Home,
which is in charge of arrangements.

Charles W. McCranie
Charles W. McCr'rlin, 74, a
native of Brooks County, Ga., who
had lived in Perry for the past 23
years, died Nov. 28, 2005.
A U.S. Navy veteran, he 'had
served during the Korean conflict.
Survivors include: a son, Chuck
McCranie of Blountstown; four.
daughters. Kini', Rogers of Havana,
Gloria Harvey of Georgia, Lorilee
McCranie of Live Oak and Jamie
Clark of.Perry; two brothers, Tony
McCranie and Neil McCranie, both
of Perry; ,a sister, Toy Carr of
Austin, Texas; 11 grandchildren;
one greal grandchild, and a host of
.nieces and nephe%-;.
No services are planned at this
time.


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invited to attend.

Mark calendar for Wednesday, Dec. 7
First-Presbyterian Church will continue its Advent services of prayer and
reflection on Wednesday, Dec. 7, at 12:10 p.m. Services will last
approximately 30 minutes.
After the services, a. simple soup and bread lunch will be served in the
fellowship hall. "Please join us for this special time of scripture reading,
.reflecting and prayer," said the Rev. Larry D. Neal, pastor of the church.


member of Woodlawn Lodge in
Memphis,. Tenn., F & AM,
American -Legion, a charter
member of Perry Golf and Country
Club, and was former director of
Buckeye Credit Union. Mr. Gray
was also a former manager at
Buckeye.
He, is survived by his wife of 67
'-years, Oakley Gray of Perry; a son,
Robert David Giay of Perr. :'two
sisters. Sarah Srriih of Austin,
-. Please see page 8


Bums Funeral Homie is in charge
of arrangements. .

David Busby Gray
David Busby Gray, age 89, died
on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2005, at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital in
Perry.
He. was born in Etta, Miss.
Coming from Memphis, Tenn., he
had lived in Perry 'for the past 5-1
years. He' was a 40-year member'
of St. James Episcopal Church,. a


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CCD & Adult Education Classes
Sunday 9:00 a.m.
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Rev. Slade Crawford, Pastor


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We invite everyone to come worship.

Sunday School 10:00 AM / Chester J. Shouppe
Morning Worship 11:00 AM I Pastor.
Evening Worship 6:00 PM 584-2907 (church)
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Sunday School 10:00 10:45
,.. ^ Worship Service 11:00- 12:00
S : Children's Church 11:00- 12:00
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Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
.. : Choir Practice 6:00 6:45
B_ /a' ,;, .!.;.;,:,--. = a '--_ c.- ,_ .jSdauy service 7:00 8:00
Nursery provided with adult supervision 9:45-12:00 Sunday Service7.:0 .
Bill Carpenter, pastor Wednesday Night
Youth Group 6:00 7:30
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992 Study Group 7:00


CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH 2959 Golf Course Rd,
Sunday Worship Services
9:30 am Sunday School
10:45 'am Morning Worship Wednesday
5:00 pm Discipleship Training Dinner served at 6:00 p.m.
6:00 pm Evening Worship Evening Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m.
8:00 pm Adult Choir Practice Come and bring your children.
Programs & Bible Study for all ages!
Calvary Baptist Youth meet each Monday Night 6:00 pm.
All area youth are invited.



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Wednesday Services
Sunday Services 6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting
9:45 a.m. Sunday School Mission Activities
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training Hwy. 27 584-5688
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship 1 Steven Ruff, pastor


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mysterious new star piercing the velvet back
night sky. (Envision yourself being so drawn
to the star that you knew 'you had to foffow...
5-his was a heavenfy summons, and the beginning
of a [onjournev offaihfi for the A(agi. :C ut tle'y
trusted the God theiy hardTy knew to open their
eyes and guide them through unknown places and :
unforeseen circumstances.

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to guide us even when fife doesn't make sense.

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for tours tonight

Sonshine Quartet sings here Saturday
The Perry First Church of God on Highway 221 North will have is
monthly sing on Saturday, Dec. 3, beginning at 7 p.m. The SonshinK- i:
Quartet will be featured, along w iih local musicians. -" '
Everyone is invited to attend; snacks will be served at 5 p.m.

Men 'do lunch' today
The monthly informal gathering of men which includes lunch and a brief
inspirational message by the Rev. Eddie 'Blalock will be Friday, Dec. 2, at 17
the M.A. Rigoni Cookhouse on North U.S. 19 (north of the former'
Highway Patrol Station).
Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m until 12:15 p.m. followed by the 5 '
message which will conclude at 12:35 p.m.
The cost is $5. All men are invited.

Services continue at Rigoni Cookhouse
Services for Cornerstone Fellowship Church continue on Sundays at 11, :
a.m. and 7 p.m. in :he .M A. Rigoni Cookhouse located on Highway 19
North. The community is cordially invited to attend.


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Hutchins awaits decision on land clarification


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Texas, and Jean Marrett of New
Albany, Miss.; two grandchildren;,
and-a host of nieces and nephews.
.uneral services will be held
Saturday, Dec. 3, 2005, at 2 p.m.,
at -the St. James Episcopal
Church, with the Rev. Linda
Lowvry officiating... Interment will
follow at Pineview. Memorial
Gardens. Family members will
receive friends Friday from 6-8
p.m. at Burns Chapel.
-In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to the St. James
Episcopal Church, 1100 W. Green
St., Perr\, FL 32347.
:Joe P. Burns Funeral Home is
in charge of all the arrangements.

Charity Ilene
McKuhen
Charity Ilene McKuhen, 91, of
Quitman, Ga., died Nov. 27, 2005-
at her residence.
Born in Berrien County, Ga.,
she was the daughter of. James
Jasper and Jennie Giddens Baldree.
She married George Robert
McKuhen on May 12, 1929. She
worked at Maddox Drug Store for
miafny years and was a member of
Union Baptist Church.
'Survivors include: three
daughters, Pattie Hall and Caroline
Barnes, both of Quitman, and
Diana Weeks of Ocala: two.sons,
James Edward McKuhen of
.Quitman, Earnest Anderson and
wife Jo McKuhen Sr. of Perry; 17
grandchildren; 26 great
grandchildren; five great great
grandchildren; three sisters, Mary
B. Spires of Boston, Ga., Louise,
.M. Curry of Enigma, Ga., and
Dorfothy B. Phillips of Fitzgerald,
Ga.; two brothers, Irwin Baldree of
Chula, Ga., and Bobby Ray
Baldree of Ocilla, Ga.; and a host
of. nieces and nephews.
She w. as preceded in death by her-
husband, George Robert
McKuhen, her parents, and four
brothers.
.Funeral services here held
Wednesday, Nov. 30, at 2 p.m. at,
MIaxwell-Miller Funeral Home in
Quitman, Ga., with the Rev.
Sherman Hall and the Rev. Ray
Calvin officiating. Interment
followed at Okapilco 'Church
.Cemetery.
Family members' received
friends Tuesday from 7 until 9
p.m. at the funeral home.
..In lieu of flowers, memorial
donations may be made t6 Union
Baptist Church, Evergreen Baptist
Church or Okapilco Baptist
Church'.

Elston L. McKee
.Elston L. (Mac), McKee died
Nov; 8,,2005, in Athens, Ga. He
was buried on Nov. 12 in
Lexington, Tenn.
All friends are invited to 'a
memorial service on Saturday,
Dec. 3, at 4 p.m. at the Ash Street
Church of Christ, located at 601
W. Ash St. in Perry.

R. LeMoyne Cash
R. LeMoyne Cash, 80, an
entrepreneur, died Nov. 28, 2005.
'A native of Perry, Mr. Cash
.moved to Tallahassee at the age of
two when his father was the state
librarian. He was the son of W. T.
Cash and Gracie Wentworth Cash.
He worked for the State of Florida
and was a supporter of the
gubernatorial campaigns for
LeRoy Collins and his nephew,
Steve Pajcic. He served as a
member of the Florida State
^University alumni board as a
-representative of the Tallahassee
:branch of the University of Florida
and was a member of one of the
first men's graduating classes at
FSU. Mr. Cash was an American..
-Contract -Bridge League life
master. He was a pioneer member
of Saint Paul's United Methodist
Church.
: Survivors include: his wife of
-57 years, Margie Cash; a daughter,
Peggy R. Skeei of Bakersfield,
Calif.; a son, Bob Cash of Live
Oak; two sisters, Louise Pajcic of
Jacksohville and Clarice Hunter of
Tallahassee; a brother, John W.
Cash of Tampa; two
grandchildren; and a great
grandson. /
He was preceded in death by a
son, Richard LeMoyne Cash, and
three brothers, William Cash,
-'Horace Cash and Clymer Cash.
'Funeral services were held


Land designated conservation is
zoned for one residence per 40
acres, while mixed-use urban
allows one residence per 1/2 acre.


Thursday, Dec. 1, at 11 a.m. at
Saint Paul's United Methodist
Church.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions may be made to
Saint Paul's United Methodist
Church, 1700 N. Meridian. Road,
Tallahassee, FL 32303.
Bevis Funeral Home of
Tallahassee is in -charge of
arrangements.

Thomas Martin
/ Reams Sr.
Thomas "Tom" Martin Reams
Sr:, 74, of Perry, died Dec. 1,
2005.
Mr. Reams was a native of
Jefferson County and had lived in
Taylor County for 4(0years. He
was a retired lineman and
serviceman, for Florida Power
Corporation for 38 years. Mr.,
Reams. served in the 'Korean
Conflict as a staff sergeant in the
U.S. Air Force. He w s a master
mason of Hiram Lotge #5 of
Monticello, where' he -was a
member for more than 48 years.
He was a lifetime honorary
member of Perry Elks Lodge,
#1851, where he served as an
exalted ruler in the 1980s
He was a member of First
Baptist Church of Perrt. where he
had served as a- past Royal
Ambassador leader for many years
He was also a member of the
planning and building committee
responsible for the original 1977,
sanctuary construction project.
Survivors include: a son,
Thomas M. Reams Jr. of,
Lawrence, Kan.; a daughter,
Melesa Reams Curry of Perry; a
sister, Gladys Earnest of Deland; a
brother, Laurie Reams of Lamont;
seven grandchildren; and many'
nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his
parents, Alvis and Amanda
Reams; a sister, Ruby Campbell;,
and a brother, Henry Reams. .
Memorial services will be.
announced at a later date. Bdggs
Funeral Home is in charge of
arrangements.


Obituaries


The planning board ruled in
favor of Hamdan in March-,
agreeing with him that the
original map designated the land as
mixed-use urban, sending the issue
to the commission.,
The commission, however,
voted to remand the issue back to
the planning board, saying the
matter had not been properly
advertised.
At the November planning
board meeting, Bob Sheffield, who
was on the planning board when
the comprehensive plan was
adopted, said he remembered
that three parcels were "messed
up," including the Hamdan
property. .....
All board members present
again voted in favor of Hamdan.
At Tuesday's meeting, Taylor
resident Floyd Ford spoke during
the hearing.
- "What you have done is set a
precedent--a very bad precedent.
You're destroying the credibility of
this document," he said, holding
up the, comprehensive plan book..
"Have him go through the
technical review process." Ford
said.
Sheffield then spoke. repeating
:hat he remembered the propernm in
question was one of three that had
problems.
Commissioner Jack Brown said
that he has spoken to Joseph
McClellan, also on the planning
board.at the time, who confirmed
Sheffield's claim. .
"I was on the planning board
with you and Mr. McClellan,"'
Commissioner Malcolm Page said
to Sheffield."[ remember coloring
in the map." He said he.did not
remember the land in question, but
"I trust you if you say .it."
I Brown made. a motion to accept.
the planning board's
recommendation that land had been
intended to be mixed-use urban.
Commissioner Pat Patterson
Suffered a second.
"Are w\e violating the comp
plan?" Commissioner Clay Bethea
asked County Attorney Conrad
Bishop.
"I don't believe ;so," Bishop
said.
The measure passed,5-0.
Hutchins' hearing followed,
during which he asked for the
commission to accept the
planning board's recommendation
that his property, some 27' acres


questioned the legality of the
change from 9.95 to 27.
Bishop pointed out that while.
the agenda for night's meeting.
stated the public hearing was for'
the 9.95 acres, the legal notice,
advertising it stated 27'acres.
I Bethea made a motion to accept:
the 1 planning ,board
recommendation that the 27 acres
be classified as mixed-use urban.
Page seconded for discussion.
"Mr. Sheffield, do you have
recollection of' this property.".-
Page asked.


Sheffield said he did not.
After.some discussion, Brown
made a motion to table the matter
until th'e next meeting "until we
can get more descriptive
:affidavits." He continued that the
affidavits did not state if they were
describing the 9.95 acres or the 27
acres.
Bethea seconded Brown's motion
and it passed 5-0.
Commission Chairman Daryll'
Gunter said, "I want .to go on
record that I support this, but I
won't be at the Dec. 13 meeting."


located on Fish Creek Highway,
should be classified as mixed-use
urban.
Currently the property listed as
residential/agricultural, which
limits building density to five
units per acre.
According to the minutes of the
Nov. 3 planning board meeting;
Hutchins said that his original
application was for a Future Land
Use Map amendment for 9.95
acres, -but that it .should be
considered void, since he had
learned of. the possible Scribner's
errors in the map after his
application for an amendment.
In an application for amendment
dated Oct. 13, Hutchins requested
,the planning board "make a
determination of land-use
classification" on the property.
The amendment also included
three affidavits from McClellan,
William C. Ward, a member of
the Taylor County Comprehensive'
Land Classification Board in 1990,
and Robert C. Kelley, who sold
the property\ to Hutchins in I'93,
which attested that the land in
question had ,been .classified
originally as mixed-use urban.
At .the Nov.,, 3 meeting.
Hutchins asked the planning board
to consider the whole parcel of 27
acres, rather than just the 9.95
acres. According to the minutes,.
"there was discussion between the
staffland board members and the
public if this was legal because,
the advertisement \%as for 3 future
land map amendment for 9.95
acres and not the whole parcel.'
Board member Pam Wessels
made a motion to approve the
parcel as mixed-use urban, "due to
a possible error when the
formatting/digitizing of the map
were done."
Dewey Hatchers seconded and
the all present voted' in favor.
At Tuesday's meeting, Hutchins
again cited the three amendments.
"In, 1990 on said property was a
36 x72 commercial building
constructed by me and my son in
the 1980s," Kelley said in his
affidavit. "This building served as'
a business establishment fof'm'y"'
commercial fisheries and heavy
equipment operations. My son and
I were actively engaged in
business at this location when,,
land classifications were
established countywide.',
Several commissioners Tuesday


POWER PLANT
Continued from page 1
later, two residents were on the
agenda to speak. ,
Taylor. resident Don Curtis
addressed the commissioners.
giving them two "conceptual",
resolutions that he wanted them to
consider, although he said he was.
not asking for any action or even
debate that night.
The first .resolution would'
devote all future contributions,
from the power.project to reduce
property taxes The second would
ask that Taylor County residents.
be allowed to purchase locally-
produced, electricity from the
power plant.
Jim Harris of Steinhatchee, also
addressed the commission, asking
for a. vote on the power plant,
citing the large impact on the
c community.
Commissioners thanked both
men, but did not discuss either's
* comments.


Gunter asked if anyone else;
wanted 'to speak on the issue and
Dickert returned to the podium,
asking for a resolution that the
power project help pay for adverse
health effects from the plant
.Commi.sioners hj\e taken
questions and comments about the
coal plant, at et er\ meeting tor
several months and hj e in turn
spoken in favor of the project, but
hae taken no formal action on the
issue since Conmmissioner, Pat
Patterson made a motion to hold a.
referendum 'at the Sept. 22
meeting. That measure failed with "
no second '
Since then, Patterson seemingly
changed positions speaking in
favor ot the pkint, cspcially at the
Oct.'22 mtietin. here she said,
"There is a silent majority that"is
for it."
The commissioners earlier this
year passed a resolution in support
of the project coming to Taylor
County.


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* Recruitment, pre-scrpening and referral of qualified applicants

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Protesters hold signs before Tuesday's commission meeting.


Commission maintains support


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C0 m~mun ty
Com mn t 7 Candidate visits

SL-Z Perry on Monday

f R-o.d Smith,'Democratic
: ~c a dtefor g enem a
.A ,. "' .......i. i cndidate-fr governor, will be in
7 i4- Perry Monday, Dec. 5, from
-"9-10:30 a.m, at Joyce's Main
Street Cafe.
SA former prosecutor, Smith'
:. .currently serves in the State
Senate representing nine Florida
counties. He lives in Alachua
with his wife, DeeDee.

Senior center
will welcome

'Girly Clowns'
The Miles of Smiles Girly:
Clowns group will visit and
clown around at the Taylor.Senior
SCitizens Center on Friday, Dec. 2.
beginning at 11:45 a.m.
The senior center is located at
Joining guest speaker Steve Monrt6oe (ceiterwith 'cowbo~rhat)'-at -the Kiwanis-Farni-City-4 0-We6 t \611h Street in-.E-r .n
Week celebration were Blake Monroe (Steve's son), Auley Rowell, Ernest Houck, Monroe, the old Gladys-Morse Elementar
Helen Houck, Kiwanian Clay Bethea, Iris Parker and Henry Davis. School .building.


Farmers, 'city folks' gather Nov 23


Members of the Taylor Couni.,
Farm Bureau joined with the Perry
Kiwa.nis Club Nov. 23 to
ietebrate the'e.fb's annual Farm-
. ity Week observation.
-P-rm-City Week, started in
1955 by the National Farm-City
Council and Kiwanis
International, is promoted
nationally each year by the
American Farm B'ureau.
Jt is.h'bserved each year during
the >e en dJ s leading up to and
including Thanksgiving.
Under the theme "Partners in
Progress," Farm-City Week
salutes those who work as part of
the complex network that brings
food from the field to the table.
These "Partners in Progress"
include farmers. and ranchers,
researchers, processors, brokers,
truckers and shippers, advertisers,
wholesalers and retailers.
This network results in
numerous'benefits to society by
providing an abundance .and
variety of food as well as products
used to make clothing, housing,
medicines and countless other
items used daily.
Guest speaker at the Perry
!Kiwanis Club was Steve Monroe,
president of the Jefferson County
Farm Bureau.
Monroe intertwined facts about
farming in North Florida with
several renditions of his favorite
cowboy poems.
Florida Agriculture
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson said last week that the
destruction caused by Hurricane
Wilma has brought into sharp
focus the interdependence of
farmers, consumers and all those
whose efforts make Florida's
agricultural system work.
"Every year, Farm-City Week
reminds us all -- rural and urban
residents alike -- that we live and
work together in the same
environment and depend on each
other," Bronson said. "In good.


times, that interdependence goes
almost unnoticed by many. But,
f, ollo%% ine a disaster when.normal
!dLal, life is drastically disrupted,'
we're each reminded just how
much we truly value the
contributions of others."
Monroe told the Kiwanians that
the' state's 44,000 commercial
farmers grow more than 280
different crops, ranking the state
second -nafionally in the
production of fresh vegetables.
"Florida agriculture has an
estimated overall economic


impact of more than i$62 billion
annually, rivaling tourism as the


state's top economic producer,"'
Monroe said.


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December 2-3, 2005


A worker sanding a boat's hull at the Sport-Craft boatyard,
May 1963.


A worker spraying paint on a boat under construction at'
Sport-Craft. -


Boat building in Perry
Florida Boat Company Inc., the parent company of Sport-Craft boats, was one of.three small manufacturing plants to open at,
the old Perry Army Air Base back in 1957. Sport-Craft first began operations on a-small scale at 111 West Main Street, buit
moved to the air base location for additional work space Officers in the company were C.E. Walker, Lester Walker and Lawrence
Catledge. Chief engineer was B.L. McCraw. The company started by manufacturing four models--a,12-foot utility, a 14-foot
utility, a 14-foot runabout and a 16-foot "overnighter," a luxury boat with sleeping compartments. The boats were all
manufactured from wood; it wasn't until 1960 that the company began utilizing fiberglass. The operation later moved to a new
20-acre facility on Houck Road, where these photos.were taken May 30, 1963, The photos are from the Department of Commerce
collection housed at the State Library and Archives of Florida.


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Swerr ?ere
Editor's Note: In November 1973, the Taylor County Historical Society
published the second volume of its "They Were Here" series. Our look at the
individuals profiled in the book continues.

E.V. Davis Sr.
S1880-1952
Edgar Vern Davis Sr. was a
''. native of Indiana and his wife,
Mary Florence Patterson, was a
S native of Louisiana. They were
the parents of: Thelma (m.
Irving Woods), Ray and Vern Jr.
Mr. Davis came to Perry from
Donna, La., and Freeport. He
.. was by trade a sawmill man, and
he was employed by Burton-
Swartz Cypress Company as a
sawyer for 23 years.
He was a person who was
S much interested in whatever
S-would make Perry a better city,
"and he demonstrated his civic
interest by serving as a member
of the city council for quite a
while.


THE PERRY Harry C. Mantzanas and the late
"TUXTT t t A YT Katherine Mantzanads of Perry.


INEWS-HERALD
December 3, 1970


^ 2 LESTER WALKER NAMED
TO HOSPITAL BOARD
Gov. Claude R. Kirk Jr., was
appointed Lester Walker, local
businessman and. president of
'7 Sport-Craft Inc., to succeed Mrs.
4, Earl Loughridge, long-time
-" member of the board.
,, % Other members of the board
were Dr. John Parker,. Sam
Register, Mrs. Donna Schores and
Dr. Marvin Fleming.
Register, Schores and Fleming
were all appointees of Gov. Kirk.


I JEFFERSON STREET
CONSTRUCTION DELAYED
BY BOULDERS
Large boulders encountered by
workmen doing excavation work
for the laying of sewer pipe and
cable prior to the four-laning of
South Jefferson Street resulted in a
slight delay in operations.
Workmen on the job said there
appeared to be a limestone
formation and they were at'a loss to
explain how this type of stone
came to be found in this area.-
"It took us two days to get them
out," said one of the workmen.
Some of the boulders were as
much as four feet in diameter and
they weighed from a half-ton to as
much as a ton apiece.
Contracts let for the street work
called for installation of curbs,
gutters and sidewalks and the
widening of the present two-way
street to allow for two lanes of
traffic and a parking lane in each
direction.

ENGAGEMENT TOLD
Vaporis-Mantzanas
Mr. and Mrs. Nick E. Vaporis of
Tarpon Springs, announced the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Kathleen, to Louis Michael
Mantzanas of Perry.
Mr. Mantzanas was the son of


The bride-elect was born in
Tampa and graduated from Tarpon
Springs High School.
She was treasurer of Daughters
of Penelope and secretary of the St.
Nicholas' Sunday School
Department. She was .office
manager at Noblit Insurance
Agency.
The prospective groom was born
in Perry and was a graduate of
Taylor County High School.
He spent three years in the
Marines and was manager of the
cafeteria at the Buckeye Cellulose
plant in Perry. He held membership
in the Elks Lodge.

WEDDING BELLS
Pickern-Veal
Miss Cynthia Gail Pickern,
daughter of the.Rev. and Mrs.
David R. Pickern of Bartow, and
Raymond Jackson Veal, son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Veal of Perry, were
married Saturday,' Nov. 2, in
Calvary Baptist Church in
Bartow.
The Rev. David R. Pickern,


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Zeigler of Venice, performed the Perry, where Mr. Veal
double-ring ceremony. was employed by Citizens
Following a wedding trip, the Bank.


Is there a history buff


on your shopping list?

The Taylor County Historical Society has a variety of publications sure
to please the history buff on your Christmas list.
Among their selections are volumes 1-15 of the "They Were Here"
series, along with copies of the books "In Search of the Aucilla" and
"Fishing for the Abundant Life, A Journey of Faith" by R.C. Balfour III. -
The society's downtown museum, located on Main Street, is open every
Thursday from 1-5 p.m.
President Wanda Cash also reminds residents that the society is also
collecting photos for a piciorial hisror, book of Taylor County.
All photos donated for use in the book will be returned.


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Rd. Down N. 221 five miles turn right 1 1/2
on right, turn right. Saturday December 3. 8
A until.
12/2
Yard Sale! Saturday 8 AM noon. 3403
Lipscomb Cir. (off Foley Cut-Offrd.)
12/2


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Fri-Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
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Yard Sale Saturday 8:00 until- Lots of baby
clothes, Christmas decor, and a lot of
miscellaneous. Go to Woods Creek to.
Page Rd. Right before curve, Gray double
wide also a set of birds.
* 12/2
Yard Sale Friday & Saturday 8 AM until'.
304 E. Drew St., Corner of Drew & Orange.
Dryer, almost new, dishwasher, antiques,
collectibles, .clothing and : plus size
clothing & other misc. items.
1-2/2
Huge Garage Sale Saturday December .3
7:30 AM until. 308 Worley Way. FREE
COFFEE & DONUTS! Rain orshine. New
toys in box- Great For Christmas. New'.
Boat seats(set 4), King size mattress &
box springs, 6V go-cart, glass display
case, Ig. mud tires, clothes for adults &
children, 50 cc yellow scooter, and much
: much more!
12/2
3-family yard sale, Saturday, De'ember 3.
From 8:30 until. 506 North Washington St.
(directly behind the Perry Women's Club.)
Lots of good deals.
12/2
Yard Sale Sat. December 3rd. 8 AM until at
the Bull Pen. Hwy. 19 S. Girls White
bedroom suite $300- some horse stuff,
tools, wedding stuff, Christmas stuff and
more!
12/2
3-Family Yard Sale Saturday Dec. 3 8:30-
S 1:00 1/4 mile before Foley Cut-Off on Hwy
27 east. Comforter sets, Home Creation
S items, rugs, knick-knacks;'.name brand
men, women, children & baby clothes.
Nice dress clothes for woman from Macys
Neiman Marcus, etc., flower swags, baby
items, costume jewelry, Christmas. Lights
& decorations, CD's 13" TVN/VCR, 20" TV,
dish sets, coffee maker, lots of misc.
S 12/2
Yard Sale Saturday 8 AM until. Misc.,
items, tools, boat motor, spear gun, utility
S trailer, boat trailer, and odds and ends
S 2845 Foley Cut-Off Rd. 6th house on the
right from 27.
12/2
Yard Sale 208 Third- Street, 8 until off
SHighway 98 turn left on Warner & right on
Martin L. King turn left on "3rd street".
12/2
Giant Four Family (We're still alive)
ESTATE SALE!
123 Lacour Lane. Saturday 8 AM until.
Bottle collection, bar stools, portable dish
washer, artwork, jewelry, lots of old
glassware, ceiling fan, knick knacks,
Christmas items, clothes, furniture and
much, much more. Off Puckett Rd. to the
right in the bend.
12/2

BIG YARD SALE!
Friday & Saturday 221 N. Lake Bird. Dolls,
stuffed animals $0.25, clothes, winter
clothes, coats, -dishes, sheets, crafts,
camouflage, pots.
12/2
Yard Sale!! Saturday 7:30 until. Shady
Grove one block behind store. Ladies 10-
speed bike oversize tires & seat. $50. call
843-0304.
12/2
Huge garage sale Sunday Dec. 4th Only!
Keen's portable Bldgs. on US 19 south
ALL DAY. Avon clearance lot's of nice
S Christmas gifts 40-60% off. Other odds &
: ends some furniture & clothes split lighter
ready for fireplace sold by the bucket BJ
& DeeD'e would like to invite all their
customers and friends. Also if' you're
interested in becoming an Avon
Representative we can sign you free and
put you to work making 50%. off your
:- Christmas chopping!! Call 584-6289. Or
come see us'Dec. 4


Jantrol 3 ton central A/C unit off mobile
home. Unit works great (we upgraded to
larger unit), $200 OBO, 584-8563.

Timber for sale. 35 A. Clearcut. Between
Foley and Perry. Call Simons 584-7449
-11/23-12/2
Computer desk 48" long with hutch.$25. 3
drawer file cabinet $20. Bicycle stretch
exerciser $25. 584-9659
11/23-12/2

6 Pc. full/queen bedroom, set. New in
boxes, sacrifice $550. 850-222-7783
11/4tfnGCN.


VEGGIES TO YOUR DOOR! ,
Fresh-Picked, blanched, flash frozen, shelled zippers,
butter beans, black eyes, white acres, ford hooks, cream
corn, okra, green beans, broccoli, mustards & collards-
Free delivery every Saturday with 3 or more bushels
352-498-2580 ,


Moving Sale 8-3 Friday 2nd & Saturday
3rd. Computer desk and Misc. items.
15270 Pompano Place Off-Yates Creek
Rd.
12/2
Furniture Sale. Behind Buckeye
Community Federal Credit Union. 1701
Arther St. 7 AM until. Saturday Dec. 3.
12/2
3-Family yrd' sale,'Friday and Saturday,
8-12. Clothing-infant to adults. Toys,
. Christmas trees, decorations, household
items, etc. 3580 polhill Drive, off Pisgah
Rd.
12/2
Yard Sale! Horse tack, tools, household
goods, clothes, miscellaneous. 1270
Shiloh Cemetery Rd. Saturday 8-2.
12/2
Multi-family Garage Sale 221 N. to Roberts
Aman Rd.. Go past church and look for
signs. Wide variety, priced to sell!
Saturday-9-3.
12/2

The Sons of AMVETS Community Yard
Sale, Saturday, 7 a:m. until 2 p.m. Spaces
are available for a $5 donation (a six-foot
table'will be provided for each vendor).
Additional spaces may be reserved.
Located at 2499 Woods Creek Rd. For
additional information or to reserve a
space, call Mark Viola at 584-5513 or 584-
8807 (after 5 p.m.). Walk-ins are welcome,.
11/30-12/2SA

ESTATE TAG SALE
SAT., DEC. 3 8AM-4PM
CEDAR ST. (OFF U.S.. 19 N.),
MONTICELLO, FL
Vintage LR/DR/BR furniture, Christmas
items, linens, chiha, glassware, bric-a-
brac, books, quality ladies clothing,
hand/garden tools, sewing/craft items,
kitchenware, exercise equipment,
miniature shoe collection. Follow signs
on U.S. 19 North from Courthouse. Action
Sales, 850/528-4517.

MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE! Saturday
Dec. 3 8 am until, furniture, appliances.
kids toys & clothing, bouse ,items, lots
more & great prices. 106 Crest Drive off of
Dogwood Way in Glenridge.
11/30-12/2
3 family baby clothes, books, desk,
bathtub, juicer, Miami Dolphins card
collection, CB, fireplace insert, much
more. 1272 Langford Lane (1st road.past
sharp curve San Pedro Rd.) Friday-
Saturday 8:00-1:00.
11/30-12/02
Yard Salel Satuurday Dec. 3 8:30 AM Oak
chairs oak table, love seat & chair,
dressers, Christian Bookstore gifts (still in
boxes) 'track tapes, misc. antiques &
collectables, much more. 5600 Golf Corse
Rd. coming down Golf Course Rd pass the
golf 'course & Fenholloway River. It is the
next house after River on the left. Look for
signs.


01' Yamaha Blaster ATV, after market
parts, $2,000.00. 05' Kazuma ATV
$1500.00. Cinderella wedding gown $600;
93' Dodge Intrepid (minor work) $650. Call
223-1053 or 672-0335.
11/30-12/09
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METAL ,3', Wide


New leather sofa and love seat. $750, can
deliver, 850-222-2113
11/4tfnGCN.
NEW BEDROOM SET Beautiful cherry
Louis Philippe 8-piece wood- King-sleigh
bed, dresser, mirror, chest, 2 nighi stands
Sug. List $4600, sell $1650. 850-545-7112
11/4tfnGCN


Queen mattress set, double pillow top.
New in plastic with warranty. ~,150 850-
425-8374
11/4tfnGCN


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Southern Villas of Perryl!
New Managementll
HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 bedroom
HC and non-HC accessible apartment!
Call 850-584-8111, TDD/TTY 711. 31
Puckett Rd. Perry, FL 32347. Equi
Housing Opportunity.
StfSV .
Furnished Apartment $120 week. Include
cable, electric and water, $200 deposit. Ni
pets. 843-1301.
11/28-12/02

WoodridaeADartrments.
Looking for-applicantshApply now for 1,
and 3 bedroom apartments. Equal Housir
Opportunity. Call 850-584-5668. 709 V
Church St., Perry, FL 32347. TDD/TT
711,. ..
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For Rent--Mobile Home 1: 1/2 bedroom
$300 1st month + $100 Security deposit
Camper for rent weekly and monthly. CE
584-7084 or 584-9237,
11/23-12/2


- Double wide984-Re
new kitchen white ma
in microwave, break
refrigerator, washer, d
Sofa/Chair, 5 inch
Hutch Buffet, tabte,
SBed. 2 bedftomi 4l
addition on rrU'o
$37,000, Re,-Estate
at $44,000 unfurr
neighborhood area
$60,000 to $120,000.
Rd. off Old Dixie/Cent
call 584-9455 for appc
11/9,11/18,11/25,12/2


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r-free cabinets, built The Boys & Girls Club of Perry/TaylorT
akfast bar, stove, County is seeking applicants for the
iryar, Lan Rec,,inh, following positions:
TeleriioL China Part-time General Programn.Staff: Job
KingBdl it Full duties to include runningdailyprograms,
hg '96d ..oom'. mentoring- -youths. supervising and
S-Seller tonet cash implementing both lare a _r OUP
,suggested list price activities and other duties to be
is. ; Crime-fee determined on a needs basis by Unit
houses selling for Director and Program Coordinator.
drive by 3395 Woods Minimum qualifications: High school
ter Street if interested diploma and experience working with
ointment. youth. Beginning salary of $6;15 per hour; y
m' negotiable depending on experience. 15-
20 hours per week, more during summer.
SApplications can be picked up and
returned between 2 and 6 p.m. Monday
through Friday,
11/25-12/7BGC


o Land'orsale, 1 between Shiloh Church
Rd and Qairo,Parker Rd. I acre lots with
paved roads. Owner financing-available.
Please call (386) 658-1346 or (850) 584-
7466.
2 tfEF..

ig For Sale 30 acres -- Taylor County,
Y Surrounded by -Fley Timber & Land,
V planted pines,-good hunting:'$5,000 per
acre. The Forestry .Company (850)- 584-.
8887
S11/28tfTFC
t PROPERTY FOR SALE
alI HAMPTON SPRINGS AVE. ACROSS
FROM CASHWAY CALL AFTER 6 PM 1-
912-685-3132.
11/4-12/21HM


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SALES PERSON NEEDED


We are looking for a motivated high energy individual with a great
personality and sales ability. Must have prior car sales history with a good
track record. Excellent pay with an outstanding benefits package. We are an
equal opportunity employer and a drug free workplace, Please call (850)-.
584-6178 ext. 100 for your appointment to interview,. Resumes can be sent
online to sales@timberlandford.com



2441 Sourm ByRON BUTLER PKWY. PERRY, FL 32348
PHONE (850) 584-6178 1-800-763-4589 FAx (850) 584-9059


Electric ceramic top range $275; Dryer
$125; Cow/hog panel gates, galv. (2) $75
ea.'; F150 wheels (4) $75; F250 '04,.
wheels & tires (4) $600; Shopldesk $35;
Dodge Dakota bed liner $45; Lg. dog
house 7x4x4 with heat $75; 12x40 metal
building $2,000; Wanted: travel trailer or
Airstream 584-7003.
.11/30-12/02DG '

FORMAL DINING ROOM- Brand 'new
cherry table with 6 chairs and lighted china
cabinet, $3K retail, sell for $999. 850-425-.
8374
11/4tfnGCN
CHERRY SLEIGH BED-$250. Brand new,
solid wood. 850-222-9879
11/4tfnGCN
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MATTRESS SET- New full set with factory
warranty, $99, call 850-222-7783
1 1/4tfnGCN

4 football tickets to the ACC
Championship on Saturday Dec. 3. FSU
vs. Virginia Tech, $90 each 584-5039.
11/30-12/2

NEW QUEEN mattress and base. Never
used, in unopened plastic. Must sell,
$125. 850-545-7112.
1.1/16tfnGCN
For' Sale: dehumidifier, 1 pedal sewing
Machine, 1 Elec: Sewing machine, 1
recliner, 2 glider chair w/footrest, 1 dining
room table, I PA system, 1 exercise
machine, 1 tread mill, 1 sit quilting frame.
call 584-2184,
11/16-11/25 .


Taking applications for 2 B/R mobile home
Central Heat/AC, total electric. Located in
small clean quiet park 2 miles down
Beach Rd. Water, Sewer, Lawn Care and
Garbage included. $350.00 per month,
plus $350 deposit. Some restrictions'
apply. 584-3889
11/4tfnRB
For Rent: small furnished sleeping room
for rent. Available Nov. 2. $90 per week,
$150 deposit, phone available. 838-1524
(pin #77)
10/26tfWB




FIRST TIME Home buyers, if you have
enough money for a deposit on an
apartment[ Y6u can probably own your own
home. Call 850-576-2105.
11/4tfnUH
DISCOUNTED MODELS Only 2 homes
left. Must go! Save $$$$$$ Call today!
850-576-2106
11/4tfnUH
NEW HOME-1370 Sq. Ft. 4 bedroom, 2
bath for under $475/month payments.
University Homes-850-576-2106
11/4tfnUH
5 BEDROOM! 3-Bths plenty of'room. Buy
for under $550 a month. 850-576-2105
11/4tfnUH

iSubscribe today!.
584-5513


ROOFIeNG Galvalume
3' Wide -
.accessories in stock Painted N

Special Flashings Made All Types Warranted Metal Available
Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, F.,


1'to BUY

Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars

Pocket Watches Diamonds
Postcards* Sports Memorabilia
Taylor County Historical Items

Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys "O t


ADULT CASE MANAGER #2156 &1187
A MINIMUM OF A BACHELOR'S-
DEGREE WITH A, MAJOR IN
COUNSELING,. SOCIAL WORK,-
PSYCHOLOGY, CRIMINAL JUSTICE,
NURSING, REHABILITATION, SPECIAL
EDUCATION, HEALTH EDUCATION OR
* A RELATED HUMAN SERVICES FIELD;
OR A BACHELOR'S DEGREE AND TWO
YEARS FULL TIME OR EQUIVALENT
EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH ADULTS
EXPERIENCING SERIOUS MENTAL
. ILLNESS.-VALID DRIVERS LICENSE.
SHIFT 8 AM 5 PM / MONDAY-FRIDAY
SALARY: $10.75 PER HOUR OR $12.92
OPS STATUS
For more information arid .a complete
listing of available positions:
www.apalacheecenter,org
(850)523-3217 or 1(800)226-2931
Human Resources 2634-J Capital Circle
NE. Tallahassee, FL
Pre-Hire Drug Screen & FDLE background
check. An Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative
Action Employer
Drug-Free Workplace
11/30,12/02APC

TA,'L',-H -'U:JNT, BCC POSITION
"V A H. i E S f I' I"
SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR- $34,777 +
benefits. to direct, coordinate & support
local area computer network.
FIRE FIGHTER- $10.78/hr. + benefits.
-Prevention, control and extinguishment of
fires.
LIBRARY TECH- PT=20 hrs, week,
includes some evenings & weekends
$7.29/hr. Library, Circulation duties.
Call-in Roll off Site Attendant- $6.18 hr.
Entire job description n, requirements and
application can be obtained from www.tcfl-
libinfo.com or Taylor Employment
Connections, 224 N. Jefferson. Positions
open until filled. EEO,AN/P Drug Testing
employer.
11/18tfBCC. ..
Maintenance Worker wanted at NFCC.
This position will work in several trade
areas which includes: College event set
ups; Furniture moving; Maintenance and
repair of buildings and/or equipment.:. This
unskilled position is labor intensive andr-
requires heavy. liftingi"Ou.ahicancsri
Must be High School Graduate, a0t
general knowledge of maintenance,
functions and use of minor equipment. -
Applications to: Director HR, North Florida
Community Cortege, 325 NW Turner
Davis Drive, Madison, 'Florida 32340. An.
application is available at www.nfcc.edu .
Questions call 850-973-9487. Application
must be received by 12/14/2005. EOE
12/2-12/14 "


If excellence in quality and
compassionate care are important to you,
let's talk.
LPN direct long-term care staff
Non restricted FL License required;
Experience preferred.
-CNA direct lbng-teiV are staff
FL certificat.r equird; Experience
- preferred.
Earn-while you Leam-Train to bea CNA
Training class currently planned for
January 2006. Must have high school
diploma or equivalent, or be at least 18
years q fge.
Benefits for full-time positions include
health, dental, life, disability.
supplemental insurance; 403b retirement
account; paid time off, access to onsite
daycare and fitness facilities.
Apply in person at Personnel Office
(Carter Village Hall) Monday through
Friday from 9 00 a M. until 400 p m,. or tax
res~oenritras l0386) 658-5160-_
SOE/Drug-Free Workplace
Criminal Background checks required
11/25-i2/7ACV
Martin Electronics, Inc. is currently-
accepting applications for assemblers, a
material handler, and platter. Good
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 Employment
Connections, 224 North Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida, 584-7604. Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
Veteran preference.
12/2
Workforce Educaion Program Coordinator
wanted at NFCC. This position is a
professional staff-level position oriented
toward academic/administrative functions,
to include class schedules,, catalog and
web page entries, student advising arid
limited grant.writing. In addition, this
position will serve as the chief GED
examiner. This position, will also
coordinate all contract/customized'
training. Full job description on website.
Qualifications include: BA/BS Degree
plus one (1) year responsible
administrative work in an educational
institution or in a comparable professional
environment.
Applications to: Director HR, North Florida
Community College, 325 NW Turner
Davis Drive, Madison, Florida 32340 A
complete packet includes: resume and
application (available at www.nfcc.edu).
Questions call 850-973-9487. Application
packet must be received by 1?144/2005.
EOE '
11/30-12/9NFCC
Heavy Equipment Mechanic
Local John Deere Dealership is looking for
an experienced technician to diagnose,
repair and provide general maintenance for,
construction and forestry equipment'
Qualified candidate must have full range
of tools, be customer service oriented, and
require little supervision.
Our company provides a drug-free
environment with competitive, pay,
excellent health and 'dental benefits, and
401 (k) Retirement & Profit Sharing Plan.
Qualified applicants should send resume
to H.R. Manager, P.O. Box 3329, Albany,
GA 31706 or email resume to
hrmanager@flintholdings.com.
10/12tfFE
Clerk, position available at Sea Hag
Marina. Seeking friendly, energetic person
able to multi-task with excellent phone
skills. Apply in person at 322 Riverside Dr.
Steinhatchee,
11/11
Route Sales. Excellent income for person
willing to work long hours. 2 to 4 day work
week. 850-574-3900EOE.
11/18-01/25SW

Part-time infant nursery attendant needed
for Sunday mornings and special events.
Must be over 18 years old and have prior
experience in providing infant care.
Background check and fingerprinting will
be required. Mail resume including 3
references to first Presbyterian Church,
PO Box 837, Perry, Florida 32348.
10/12tfFPC


Moving, Yard, Carport Sale Friday &
Saturday, 9:00 am 4:00 pm, every week
until Christmas. 412 Glenridge Rd. off
Plantation near Old Dixie Highway. Lots
of good stuff (making light load) Antiques,
Collectibles, Artwork by appointment only.
1-850-584-4022 Sold House Elizabeth
Sadler
11/23-12/9


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Early Bird 6 p.m.
Regular -p.m. ,

22 Japots 1 Bonanza -
?:#"t Number Pot Door Prize,

Marine CIOu
.. 19 North) 584-2A1
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B-5 Perry News-Herald December 2-3,.200T'.


Roofer & Roofer helpers wanted Must have Clay Swindle, L.L.C., All types of
own vehicle & valid DL. Drug free work: remodeling, docks, decks, windows, door
place. Carpentry Experience a plus. framing, add on additions, porches, screen
Please call 386-294-3914. enclosures, painting interior & exterior; 18
11/02tfnAC yrs. exp., licensed & insured. Free
Ctsumae, cl ~-11 i'))Qu10or -QA) I I


Driver-Dedicated Regional
COASTAL TRANSPORT
HOME EVERY WEEKEND
GUARANTEED!.
65% Preloaded/Pretarped
Avg $818-S896/week
Jacksonville, FL Terminal
CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
www.ctdrivers.com
11/16tfnHTWR

Help Wanted Badcock and More. Set up
and delivery. Must be 19 yrs old License
Required Good Driving Record No phone
calls apply in person. 1003 S. Jefferson
St.
11/11tfBC

Sales Position, experience preferred, but
will train right person. Call for an
appointment, 584-9210
11/23-12/2


Come one... !
come all!

PERRY ELKS



CO"

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


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BUCKEYE COMMUNITY FEDERAL
CREDIT UNION is offering or sale a 3004
Chevrolet Silverado K-1500 truck, 4 wheel.
drive, 4 speed automatic transmission, V-
8, engine, AM/FM stereo with CD player,
duel. zone manual air conditioner chrome-'
wheels 21,250 miles will be sold on "`as
is" basis for. $19,900. and'may be
inspected at the Credit Union Monday
'through Friday from 8:30-4:30 p.m., -
11/30-12/22

1996 Ford Mercury Van V-6 towing,
package. Excellent shape. S2600 OBO
843-0304; -
11/30-12/09

Mazda Protege LX Sedan, '99, Auto
w/overdrive, dual airbags, stereo w/single
cd, 83k asking $5,000. or call 584-6953. "i
11/30-12-16


1979 Ford truck, flip-front end, good
condition, Sony CD player $4,000 obo.
GMC Jimmy needs some work $350.'
Chevy -10 need? lots of work or parts,
.' CE l '-i,09'. leave message -

For sale: Tan 1999 Ford Windstar Van.
Low mileage, $12,000. 584-9627 (home) or
672-0451 (cell)
, 11/25-12/15


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Tractors for sale 21 hp 4/wd shiburu with
loader $700. 31 hp 2/wd yanmar with
loader 6900. 36 hp 4/wd yammar with
-loader 10,500. 42 hp John Deer 2000
pv,... model 7000. 33hp kubota with bushh-,g
mower 6900. Jim's Discount trailers. 850-.

11/18-12/30 .

Marlin 30-30 Lever Action Rifle $250
Remington Model 870. Wingmaster.
A;', shotgun $250.00 For information call.
(850)584-2177
11/30-12-02
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Remington Bolt Action 30-06 w/scope
$360. call 584-8892 daytime.
12/2-12/7
Campers-2004 gulfstream cavalier 32 ft
travel trailer with slide out sleeps 8 full
size fridge/ceramic toilet/ducted ac/heat
holding tanks etc. $12900. 2005 park
model 32 ft gulfstream cavalier no holding
tanks or slide out 10500. Call Jim 850-
838-7807 or 584-4723

BUCKEYE COMMUNITY FEDERAL
CREDIT UNION is offering or sale a 2003
Kawasaki Motor Cycle 1500 Vulcan
Nomad, 4 stroke, 2 cylinders, saddle bags,
16,600 miles. This motorcycle for $10,500
will be sold on "as is" basis and may be
inspected at the Credit Union Monday
through Friday from 8:30-4:30 p.m.
11/30-12/22

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Don't want to sell but have to sell because
of moving. 12 deer dogs 9 tracking collars
with box. 850-223-1966.
11/30-12/07

Low cost pet vaccinations, Saturday,
December 3 from 12 noon-2 PM at
Country Time Feed in Perry. Dog, cat &
horse vaccination specials. Heart worm
test & coggins, heart worm & flea
prevention available. Pick up flyer today at
Country Time Feed.
,11/30-12102


Wanted: Non-working, older appliances--
stoves, refrigerators, freezers, washers,
dryers, etc. Will pick up.
Call 850-843-0356.
11/25,30

Wanted dead or alive; Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. Will buy, sell & trade 4x4 &
truck parts. S*M*A*S*H Towing. 386-688-
3999.
-10/5tfS ....


Estmate, call ou850-223-1780/u or 843-1941,
leave message. Commercial &
Residential.
8/5tfCS


TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET .
CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours

584-CLEAN "
(584-2532)
A-2-Z Farm-and Lawn Services
'..Harrowing, bush hog mowing, dirt leveling,
rake work and complete lawn services.
Call 584-6737, leave message.

TREE REMOVAL, STUMP GRINDING
Free Estimates, Bucket-Truck Available.

85015a4.2S127or (850)591-8301.
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The Handyman experts, honest work!
Affrdable, professional, licensed and
'insured. Specializing in house painting,
interior,, etc., mobile home repairs, home'
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270, home) or
584-3776 (office). 25 years.
tfJM

Pierre's; Roofing local licensed and
insured. FREE estimates. 850-584-9616 or
850-843-4072. Call Anytime!
11/18-12/2
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
.Firewood for sale,.
rfJD

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
.11/3tfn


Swann

Bail

Bonds

Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
"Where Everyday IsSpringtime"
107 N. 584-2757
.lpfferstnn Rt .584-275


AUVERTIISlM:IvEI U.r OFrSLE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned Intends to sell the personal
property described below to enforce a
lien imposed on said property under the
Florida Self Storage Facility Act Statutes
(section '83.801-83.809)
The uridersigned will sell at public sale by
competitive bidding on the third day of,
December 2005, at 10:00 a.m., on the
premises where said property has been
stored and which are located at Lock &
r:-, Mini Storage, 1309 S. Jefferson Street
, Perry, Florida, County of Taylor, State of
Fi.:.ido ir. f..ill,:..-. ng:
I..-i' Lu.j-', ur.In \,4, household goods
s.enr,.-rn i 1.11-i.ia Padgett, Unit A17,
n,':,J ;er..,.,.3 g,7, :..3,
Angela & Richard Dillon, Unit F56,
household goods
Terry Griffin, Unit F.98, household goods.
Purchases must be paid for at the time
of purchase in cash or credit/debit card
only! All purchased units sold as is where
are and items must be removed and
. unit cleaned at the time of sale. Sale
subject to cancellation in the event of
settlement between owner and
obligated party. Dated this day of
November, 2005.
11/18,11/23,12/3

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Diane
Miller the holder of the following
certificate has filed said certificate for a
tax deed to be Issued thereon. The
certificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the
property, and the names in which it was
assessed are follows:
Certificate No. 447
Year of Issua'nce: 1999
Description of Property:' PARCEL No.
R05686-100.
Commence at the Southwest corner of
NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of section 34,
township 4 south range 7 east: thence
run north 302.3 feet to north railway right-
of-way: thence run northeast along
railroad right-of-way 620 feet: thence run
north 300 feet: for a point of beginning:
thence northeast parallel to railroad
right-of-way 220 feet: thence run North
120 feet: Thence run southwesterly
parallel to railroad right-of-way 220 feet:
thence run south 120 feet to the point of
beginning.
Name in which assessed Tommy M
Edwards t
Said property being in the County of
Taylor, State of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, the
property described is such certificate
shall be sold to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door on the 3rd day of
January, 2006 at 11:00 o'clock a.m.
Dated this 28th day of November, 2005.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor, County, Florida
11/30,12/7,12/14,12/21


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Diane
Miller the holder of the following
certificate has filed said.certificate for a
tax deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the
property, and the names in which it was
assessed are follows:
Certificate No, 201
Year of Issuance: 1999
Description of Property: PARCEL No.
R02944-000
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER
OF NW 1/4 OF SE1/4 OF SECTION 22,


TOWNSHIP 4, SOUTH RANGE 7 EAST; RUN
30 FEET RUN WEST 315 FEET; RUN NORTH
210 FEET; RUN EAST 420 FEET; RUN SOUTH
105 FEET; RUN WEST 105 FEET; RUN SOUTH
105 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
1.75 ACRES MORE OR LESS.'
Name in, which assessed MURIEL M
MIXON
Said property being in the County of
Taylor, State of Florida.
Unless such certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, the
property described is such certificate
shall be sold to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door on the 3rd day of,
January, 2006 at 11:00 o'clock a.m. ,
Dated this 28th day of November, 2005.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of Circuit Court
Taylor, County, Florida
11/30,12/7,12/14,12/21


IN -THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 3RD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO:05-305-CA
CITIFINICIAL MORTGAGE COMPANY,
INC. F/K/A ASSOCIATES HOME EQUITY
SERVICES, INC. PLAINTIFF
VS.
BETTYT GRANTHUM A/K/A BETTY
GRANTHUM A/K/A BETTIE R. GRANTHUM IF.
LIVING, AND IF DEAD, THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN' INTEREST BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST BETTYE GRANTHUM
A/K/A'BETTY GRANTHUM A/K/A BETTE R,
GRANTHUM; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
BETTYE GRANTHUM A/K/A BETTY
GRANTHUM A/K/A BETTIE R. GRANTHUM,
IF ANY; JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AS
t IKll/hl^K l Tlrr Al kTir IN] D CcCeCFlSSI M


NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCES DU E E.rrN .,-ANT .IN, r..,o ,.
BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE' DEFENDANTS)
CITY OF PERRY, FLORIDA RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
ordinances, which titles hereinafter Order Granting the Motion to Reset
appear, will .be considered for Foreclosure Sole dated November 17,
enactment by the City Council of City of 2005 entered in Civil Case N 05-305- .
Perry, Florida, at public' hearings on CA of the Circuit Court of the 'rd Judi-al ,
'December 13, 2005, at 6:30 p.m., or as Circuit in and for TAYLOR CoL,,i, tii ,
soon thereafter as the matters can be florida, I will sell to the highest bidder or
heard, in the City Council Meeting cash at THE WEST DOOR of the TAYLOR
Room, City Hall, located at 224 South County C.u,r..,.ui., 108 N'. JBFFERSON
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida. Copies of ST., PERRY, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the
said ordinances may be Inspected by 20th day of December, 2005 the
any member of the public at the Office following described property'as set forth
of the City Manager, City Hall, located In said Summary Hinal Judgment, to-wit:
at 224 South Jefferson Street Perry, TRACTI N
Florida, during regular business hours. On COMMENCING- AT THE POINT OF
th'e date, time and place first above INTERSECTION OF THE SOUTH BOUNDARY
mentioned, all interested persons may LINE OF THE NW-1/4 OF THE SE-1/4 OF
appear and be heard concerning the SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH ,RANGE
ordinances. 7 EAST. WITH THE EAST BOUNDARY LINE
ORDINANCE NO. 813 OF HIGHWAY S-359, THENCE RUNNING
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PERRY, NORTH ALONG SAID HIGHWAY
FLPRIDA, RELATING TO THE REZONING OF BOUNDARY 420 FEETFOR A POINT OF THE
LESS THAN TEN CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF BEGINNING, THENCE FROM SAID
LAND, PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION BY BEGINNING POINT RUN EAST 210, THENCE
THE PROPERTY OWNER. OF SAID SOUTH 420 FEET TO THE POINT OF THE
ACREAGE; AMENDING THE OFFICIAL BEGINNING, CONTAINING 2 ACRES,
ZONING ATLAS OF THE CITY OF PERRY MORE OR LESS
LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS; TRACT II
PROVIDING FOR REZONING FROM E'GzilJrl'.-- AT THE POINT OF
AGRICULTURAL (A).TO COMMERCIAL, IE'Ii OF THE SOUTH BOUNDARY
INTENSIVE (CI) LINE OF. THE NEW 1/4 OF THE SE 1/4 OF
OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP 4 SOUTH, RANGE 7
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF EASt, WITH THE EAST BOUNDARY LINE OF
PERRY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING HIGHWAY S-359; THENCE NORTH ALONG
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL SAID HIGHWAY BOUNDARY LINE 420 FEET,.
ORDINANCES IN. CONFLICT; AND THENCE EAST 210 FEET, THEI1CE SOUTH
PROVIDING,rJ EI' i-f I-DATE 420 FEET; THENCE WEST 211' iEETr TO THE,
ORDINANCE II'-- ) t. POINT OG BEGINNING. CONTAINING 2
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PERRY, ACRES, MORE OR LESS.
FLORIDA, RELATING TO THE REZONING OF BEING THE SAME PROPERTIES CONVEYED
LESS THAN TEN .CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF TO BETTYE GRANTHUM A/K/A BETTY
LAND, PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION BY GRANTHUM A/K/A BETTE R. GRANTHUM,
THE PROPERTY OWNER OF SAID ET.' AL. BY DEEDS RECORDED IN O.R.
ACREAGE; AMENDING THE OFFICIAL BOOK 83, PAGE 27.
ZONING ATLAS OF THE CITY OF PERRY LESS AND EXCEPT FROM THE TRACTS
LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS; DESCRIBED ABOVE, THE TRACTS .OF LAND
PROVIDING FQR REZONING FROM CONV:',EDB B3EiiE -.;-i"HIHUl A
AGRICULTURAL (A) TO COMMERCIAL, BETTY GRANTHUL.l /A L1l EillE P'
INTENSIVE (CI) GRANTHUM, ET. ll.3iPiur.ltiS REC.'.1I"c, )
OF CERTAIN LANDS. WITHIN THE IN THE FOLLOWING, O.R. BOOKS AND
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE .CITY OF PAGES:
PERRY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING a.O.R. BOOK 345, PAGE 823
SEVERABILITY; .REPEALING, ALL b. O.R. BOOK 323, PAGE 158
%ORDINANCES IN 'CONFLICT; AND c. O.R. BOO 3.. P"-GE 2.!.
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE TOGETHER WITH MOBILE HOME SITUATED
The public hearings may be continued THEREON;
to one or 'more future dates. Any Dated this 18th day of November, 2005.
interested. party shall be advised that Annie Mae Murphy
the date, time and place ,of any Clerk of the Circuit Court
continuation of the public hearings shall By: Marti Lavalle
be announced .during the public Deputy Clerk
hearingsns and that no! further notice -. ..
concerning the matters will .be
published., NOTICE (PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STATUTE
All persons, are advised that, if they 125.66)
decide to appeal any decision made' Notice Is hereby given that the Board of
at the public hearings, they will need a Count,. Comrri.',ioners of faylor..ounty,
"r rd of the proceed ings<-arld;,to oi"Tdti'vwlllnola',o"'pub1c "hea'rltg on the
such purpose, they may need to ensure passage of the proposed Ordinance
that a verbatim record of the amending Ordinance No. 92-5, the
proceedings Is made, which record public hearing shall be held at the Board
includes the testimony and evidence of County commission Meeting Room,
upon which the appeal Is to be based. Taylor County Courthouse Annex, Old
12/2 Post Office Building In Perry, Florida, at
F ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCES the regular board meeting on Tuesday
NOTICfE OF ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCES Dec. 13, 2005, at 6:25 PM. The title of the
BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF -proposed ordinance is:
CITY OF PERRY, FLORIDA AN ORDINANCE WHICH AMENDS
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ORDINANCE NO. 92-5, SAID ORDINANCE
ordinances, which titles hereinafter AMENDING SECTION 14 TO ELIMINATE
appear, will be considered for THE $36:00 (THIRTY-SIX DOLLAR)
enactment by the City Council of City of EXEMPTION FOR SECOND/VACATION


Perry, Florida, at public hearings on
December 13, 2005, at 6:30 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the matters can be
heard, in the City Council Meeting
Room, City Hall, located at 224 South
Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida. Copies of
said ordinances may be inspected by
any member of the public at the Office
of the City Manager, City Hall, located
at 224 South Jefferson Street, Perry,
Florida, during regular business hours' On
the date, time. and place first above
mentioned, all interested persons may
appear and be heard concerning the
ordinances.
ORDINANCE NO. 812
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PERRY,
FLORIDA, RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT
OF TEN OR LESS ACRES OF LAND TO THE
FUTURE LAND USE PLAN MAP OF THE CITY
OF PERRY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION BY THE
PROPERTY OWNER OF SAID ACREAGE,
UNDER THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 163.3161
THROUGH 163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES;
PROVIDING FOR A CHANGE IN LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION FROM AGRICULTURE
(LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 1 DWELLING
UNIT PER ACRE) TO COMMERCIAL 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
ORDINANCE NO. 814
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PERRY,
FLORIDA, RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT
OF TEN OR LESS ACRES OF LAND TO THE
FUTURE LAND USE PLAN MAP OF THE CITY
OF PERRY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION BY THE
PROPERTY OWNER OF SAID ACREAGE,
UNDER THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 163.3161
THROUGH 163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES;
PROVIDING FOR A CHANGE IN LAND USE
CLASSIFICATION FROM AGRICULTURE
(LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 1 DWELLING
UNIT PER ACRE) TO COMMERCIAL 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
The public hearings may be continued
to one or more future 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
hearings and that no further notice
concerning the matters will be
published.
All persons are advised that, If they
decide to appeal any decisions made
at the public hearings, 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. 'i
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PROMOTION APPLIES TO ALL SALES ON OR AFTER 11/03/05
NO EXCEPTIONS. MUST BE IN DEALER STOCK. .


CRYSLER Dodge deep
EXIT 16, HIGHWAY 84


QUITMAN


229.263,2277


CHRYSIER
EXIT 22, N, VALDOSTA ROAD

VALDOSTA, 229,242.1540


2006 CHARGER R/T


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MSRP 31.770
Purchase for Only
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MSRP 20,955
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$12,695
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