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Creation Date: December 1, 2006
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    Section B: Community
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    Section B: Entertainment
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    Section B: Looking Back
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    Section B continued
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    Section B: Classifieds
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l Ns HrDecenIber 1-2", 2006
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Two sections
117th Year, No. 47
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"The Timbers" has been added as a
grand finale to this year's Christmas
Tour of Homes. It was recently
renovated as a wedding/banquet
facility and will share the spotlight with:-
the home of Jeff and June Byers
(entrance pictured above); the home
of Lynda and Bobby Edwards; the
home of Ann and Branson Fisher, and
the Palms Apartments which is now
home to Leah and Christopher James.
Also featured on the tour will be the
Christmas Shoppe in downtown Perry.
Only a few tour tickets remain; please
see details on Living, page A-3.



The Taylor County Historical Society
will be open during the Downtown
Christmas on the Square celebration
tonight (Friday), from 5-8 p.m.
President Wanda Cash said, "If you
have a history-buff on your Christmas
list, be sure to stop by and look at the"
books we have available for
purchase."
Also, a Dec. 30 deadline has been
set for submissions for the 17th
installment of the society's "They Were
Here" series.

Sipit! t hmlh

The Taylor County Animal Shelter
has the following pets available for
adoption: a Bulldog mix, two black
labs, a smokey/silver-colored neutered
feline, an orange tabby neutered feline
and lots of others. In the "found"
department, the shelter has one Collie
mix. Contact the shelter at 838-3525
for adoption information.

itbiue ts tiunteer
trakft
Covenant Hospice of Perry will hold
a two-part volunteer training class this
Saturday, Dec 2, from 9 a.m. to 3:30
p.m., and Wednesday, Dec. 6 from 7-9
p.m., at its office in the Winn Dixie
shopping center. Refreshments will be
provided. For more information, call
584-9886 or (850) 509-7390.


at 7 p m. tsmnig'm
Christopher James will host a tree
lighting ceremony at the former
Greystone Friday night, at 7 p.m. The
time of the event was incorrectly
reported in Wednesday's Taco Times.


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Heroic rescue



saves invalid


Crash


result of


suicide


attempt

A Tallahassee man told
police he was attempting to kill
himself when he drove his
2000 four-door Buick off the
roadway and into a cluster of
trees on Puckett Road
Wednesday afternoon.
Andrew Ferguson, 56,
received minor injuries in the
crash and has been remanded
to a mental health facility in
Tallahassee for evaluation.
Investigating officer Perry
Police Department (PPD) Ptl.
Garrett Campbell stated that
"* Please see page 8


An 82-year-old bedridden
woman's life was saved
Wednesday due to the efforts of
law enforcement officers and
firefighters who went into her
smoke-filled home, pulled her
from her bed and dragged her to
safety.
. Taylor County Sheriffs Office
dispatch received a call around 11
a.m. from the homeowner, Athena
White, saying she was confined to
her bed and her house was on
fire.
Perry Police Department Sgt.
Dodd Franklin, Det. Sgt. Cla
Parker and Ptl. Garrett Campbell,
along with Taylor County Sheriffs
Office deputies Jay Ricketson and
Kevin Johns responded to the call.
"When we arrived at the scene,"
said Franklin, "we were standing
outside by the road, trying to


1856-2006


Sesquicentennial

anniversary is

December 23


.(Top photo) Ptl. Garrett Campbell inspects the crashed vehicle; (bottom photo)
emergency personnel prepare to transport the driver/victim from the scene.


decide which house was supposed
to have a fire, because nothing was
visible.
"We finally saw a small puff of
smoke coming from the top of one
of the homes and opened the door.
It was like looking into night.
There was a large pan of grease on
the stove with three-foot high
flames and that's all you could see
through the black smoke.
"We looked down and could see
the very bottom of a wheelchair,
but couldn't tell if ~anyone was in it.
Just when we were reaching out to
feel the chair, a woman started
screaming for help from a back
room," he added.
Campbell quickly took a fire
extinguisher from his police
"-* Please see page 8


Taylor County will celebrate its 150th birthday Dec. 23.
In 1856, the area that is now Taylor County broke away from Madison
County. It was named for Zachary Taylor, 12th president of the United
States, who served from 1849 to 1851.
Newly elected commissioner Rudolph Parker mentioned the upcoming
anniversary during the county commission meeting Tuesday night. He
suggested the county prepare a plaque for the courthouse to mark the
occasion.
To date, no announcements have been made on Awat will be done for the
anniversary.


From Maanolia Bav developers


County rejects road closure request


The Magnolia Bay Marina and
Resort was dealt a setback Tuesday
night when the county commission
rejected a request to close a portion
of Jug Island Road at Dekle Beach.
The request was for the county
to abandon the western right-of-
way of the road up to two feet from
the pavement for the length of the
road adjacent to property owned by
J. Crayton Pruitt, who is behind the
$700 million project.
Local attorney Trey Howard was
present at the meeting to represent
the project.
Commissioners were unsure if
they were allowed to abandon only


a section of right-of-way rather
than the entire road.
"I've never heard of such a
*closure," County Attorney Conrad
Bishop said.
Commission Chairman Malcolm
Page asked whether they should
table the public hearing to allow
Bishop to time to determine if they
could abandon the property.
Bishop suggested moving forward
with the hearing to see if there was
a need to wait.
Page then opened the hearing to
public comments. In all,, 16
residents spoke either for or
against the closure.


Steinhatchee resident Stan
Ridgeway objected to the timing of
the closure request, stating that the
project has. not yet received its
environmental permits.
"The road belongs to the people
of Taylor County. If you're giving
it away, it needs to be for a good
reason," beach resident George
Stamos said.
"As long as the road stays open
to my house, I don't mind," Jim
Moody said. "If it'll help enhance
this project, I'm all for it."
Local realtor Glenn Senter
pointed out the high value of
coastal property and estimated the


2.5 acres to be closed could be
worth millions of dollars.
Following the comments,
Howard said the project was
asking for the closure now because
it needs to own the property to
use it in plans for permit
applications.
Commissioner Clay Bethea
suggested writing a contract with
the developers to provide a reverter
clause so that if the project does
not get its permits, the property
would revert back to the county.
Commissioner Pat Patterson
stated she "could not support this
ordinance."


"I can't see us having a road with
only two feet of right of way,"
Commissioner Rudolph Parker
said.
He also questioned why the
project needed the additional
land.
"I have great difficulty giving up
public property," Page said. "I can't
do it."
Patterson then made a motion to
deny the request for the road
closure.
Parker seconded and the
measure passed 3-2 with Bethea
and Cdmmissioner Mark Wiggins
voting against..


Patterson named vice chair

Page is elected county

commission chairman


The Taylor County Commission
underwent its annual reorganization
Tuesday during its regular board
meeting, electing Commissioner
Malcolm Page as chairman.
Commissioner Pat Patterson was

Bundle up


& play in


the snow!
Bring your snow gear and enjoy
"Snow Fest 2006" in downtown
Perry tonight (Friday).
A snow play area will be set up
in the public parking lot on
Washington Street in conjunction
with the annual Downtown
Christmas on the Square &
Festival of Lights.
Activities get underway at 5:40
p.m. with an antique car "cruise-
in," followed by a lighting
** Please see page 8


elected vice chair.
The meeting was the first for
newly elected commissioners
Rudolph Parker and Mark
Wiggins.
The meeting started with former
Commission Vice Chair Clay
Bethea passing the gavel to County
Clerk Annie Mac Murphy to begin
nominations.
Patterson then nominated
Page for chairman; no other
nominations were made. Parker
then nominated Patterson for vice
chair; again, no other nominations
were made.
The commission also discussed
its 2007 calendar. The board will
hold two of its regular meetings at
the each of the following locations:
Shady Grove Literacy Center,
Jerkins Community Center
and Steinhatchee Community
Center.
The board tabled a decision to
approve the commission's rules
and regulations to allow time for
County Administrator Buddy
Humphries to update some of the
language since it was written in
2000.


Kiwanis Radio Auction
Just in time for holiday shopping, the Perry Kiwanis Club will hold its seventh annual Radio
Auction Monday, Dec. 4, and Tuesday, Dec. 5, beginning at 6 p.m. each evening on Bulldog
WPRY 1400 AM. Available items include: gift certificates, aluminum toolboxes, movie passes,
grills, fishing tackle, tools, a VHS camcorder and a $500 entertainment system. '


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Local businesses eligible for



break on Florida sales tax


The Taylor County Commission
approved an ordinance Tuesday
night which will allow eligible
businesses in Taylor County to
apply for exemptions from state
sales tax on their electric bill.
According to Taylor County
Economic Developer Rick Breer,
by passing an ordinance allowing
fixed location businesses within
the Taylor County Enterprise Zone
(not located within the City of
Perry) be exempted from current
and future municipal taxes on
electrical service, those businesses
would then be eligible for the state
exemptions.
The county does not current levy
municipal taxes on electrical


Membership

drive continues

for local VFW

All military veterans,
regardless of the branch of
service, who are eligible to
become members of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars
(VFW), are invited to join
before the end of the year.-
Effective Jan. 1, 2007, the
lifetime dues, will almost
double, McDonald added.
For more information,
contact McDonald at 223-1547
or Post Commander Al Grubbs
.584-8932.


Perry's Newest
Full Service
Jewelry Store


"Very Rare"
Exotic Gems
& Gemstone
Jewelry,


Bringing Back That Local
jewelry Store Feeling



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service.
According to Taylor County
Economic Developer Rick Breer,
the benefit to eligible businesses
will be either a 50 percent or 100
percent exemption from state sales
tax on utilities, and the cost to the
commission would be zero.
The state tax exemption is
limited to municipalities that have
passed an ordinance to reduce the
municipal utility tax by at least
50% to eligible enterprise zone
businesses.
Although Taylor County does
not currently impose such a tax,
Breer said with the ordinance
passed Tuesday, the business will
still be eligible.


The commission held a public
hearing on the ordinance at its
regular meeting Tuesday, only
drawing comments from two
members of the public, asking
what businesses would be
eligible.
Businesses that are not
manufacturing that build new
structures or renovate or expand
existing structures can become
eligible if they are located in the
county's Enterprise Zone.
Commissioner Pat Patterson
made a motion to approve the
ordinance; Commissioner Clay
Bethea seconded.
The measure passed
unanimously.


Saturday yard sale


will benefit Blanton


A benefit yard sale for liver
transplant recipient Callie Blanton
will be held this Saturday, Dec. 2,
at the Perry Square Shopping
Center park lot (adjacent to
Shelby's Snow Cone Stand).
The sale begins at 7 a.m. All
proceeds benefit Blanton, who


continues to undergo medical
treatment.
Anyone wishing to donate items
for the fund-raiser may contact
Laura Albritton at American
Aluminum Accessories (584-
3969) or Windell Ezell (584-
4433).


2003 Ford Mustang LX
Sport, 3.8 liter, V6, automatic, CD,
power windows, power locks, cruise,
tilt, alloy wheels, 33,984 miles
-Only $12,977



2003 Dodge Ram 1500
Quad Cab, Thunder Road, black over
dark charcoal leather, Hemi,
superclean, no stories, 44,895 miles
$18,977



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Gray over flint cloth, power package,
CD, cruise, tilt, 15,525 miles
$12,777


2003 Honda Accord EX
V6, 4 door, 41,217 miles, white over
tan leather, 1 owner, Perfect condition.
$18,777


2004 Ford Ranger XLT
X-cab, V6, fire red over gray cloth,
38,914 miles
Only $11,877


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2441 S. Byron Butler Pkwy.


2005 Ford F150 XLT
Reg. cab, 5.4, V8, automatic,
power package, tow package,
only $15,728 miles
$16,977


2004 F250 SuperDuty
Crew cab, 4x4, diesel, white with
Arizona beige accent tan leather, FX4,
32,006 miles, perfect shape
$32,977



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& Sat. 7:30-5:00


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7th Annual

Kiwanis Radio Auction

December 4 & 5 beginning at 6:00 pm on Bulldog WPRY 1400 AM
To place a bid call: 223-1400, 223-3501 or listen on the World Wide Web at www.wpry.com
Cash Contributors: Tree Capital Credit Union, Sheffield & Sheffield Realty, Andrews Drugs, Grady Moore Real Estate, Frith Abstract
and Title Services, Badcock Furniture, North State Title Services, Bennettis Auto Body, Buckeye Community Federal Credi Union,
Mauldin's Collision Clinic, State Farm Insurance, Jim Tedder, Agent, James Blume, CPA. Martin's Electronics, State Farm Insurance,
Ina Padgett, Agent, Perry Insurance, Mark Pelt Agent, Coldwell Bankers, Kelly and Kelly Properties, & Bishop Law Firm


Item Description Value
1001 One year subscription $15.95
Woods & Water
1003 $50.00 Gift Certificate $50.00
Tree Capital Cleaning
1005 (4) $5.00 Gift Certificates $20.00
Golden Corral
1007 Standard Aluminum Toolbox $229.00
RDS Manufacturing
1009 30 Days Unlimited Tanning $32.00
Reflections
1011 $25.00 Gift Certificate to $25.00
Christian Book Store
O'Quinn's Pharmacy
1013 $50.00 Gift Certificate $50.00
Sisters' Mercantile
1015 Black/Decker Elec. Blower $50.00
Ace Hardware
1017 $25.00 Gift Certificate to $25.00
O'Quinn's Christian Bookstore
Blue & Byers PLLC
1019 Two Chicken BBQ Dinners 16.79
Goodman's BBQ
1021 One Time Service $35.00
Live Oak Pest Control
1023 $50.00 Walmart Gift Cert. $50.00
Coldwell Banker
1025 Durabrand CD Player $30.00
Tri-County Electric
1027 Marble Owl Book Ends $75.00
Burns Monument
1029 Personal Planner $25.00
Howell's Office Supply
1031 Smoothie Splash Blender $24.99
Kmart
1033 $25.00 Gift Certificate $25.00
Town & County Cleaners
1.035 1 Mo. Gym & Tan Member $69.00
New Dimensions Health Club
1037 (4) $5.00 Gift Certificates $20.00
Golden Corral Restaurant
1039 Eye Exam/Contact Lens Cert $229.00
Accent Eyecare Center
1041 One Hour Massage $60.00
Jennifer Ellis, LMT
1043 Lube, Oil Change & Filter $25.00
Timberland Ford
1045 One month unlimited tanning $35.00
Appearance First
1047 $50.00 Walmart Certificate $50.00
Beach Realty
1049 Lube, Oil Change & Filter $35.00
Cribbs and Son Automotive
1051 (2) $10.00 Gift Certificates $20.00
Winn Dixie
1053 Round of Golf for 2 w/cart $64.00
Perry Golf & Country Club
1055 30 Minute Massage $30.00
Theresa Folsom, LMT
1057 Seafood Dinner for Two $40.00
Pouncey's Restaurant
1059 One Large Anything Pizza $14.99
Dominos Pizza
1061 $25.00 Gift Certificate $25.00
Fair Store
1063 Two Lunch Buffets $12.76
Jin Jin Restaurant
1065 Comprehensive Eye Exam $150.00
Vision Arts Eyecare Center
1067 $50.00 Gift Certificate $50.00
Tree Capital Cleaning
1069 One Weekend Stay $500.00
Eagles Nest
1071 Canoe Trip for 12 $175.00
Steinhatchee Landing
1073 JVC Compact Super VHS $399.99
Camcorder
Doctors Memorial Hospital
1075 One Year Subscription $15.95
Woods & Water
1077 $1500.00 Estate Planning $1500.00
Michael S. Smith, Attorney
1079 Standard Size Truck Toolbox $329.00
American Aluminum
1081 3 Cast Iron Skillets $20.00
Julie Williams, Associate
Sheffield & Sheffield Realty
1083 Portable Tool Box $50.00
CDI
1085 2 Adirondack Chairs $80.00
Foley Timber & Land.
1087 2 Buffets with Drink $17.08
Chaparral Steak House
1089 2 Seafood Dinners w/drink $35.00
Keaton Beach Hot Dog Stand
1091 Executive Travel Bag. $39.00
Citizens Bank of Perry '
1093 One-Time Lock Out Service $40.00
Dennis Locksmith Service
1095 RCA Deluxe Home Theater $500.00
System, South House
1097 10K Gold Ring $200.00
Jackson's Furniture
1099. Two 58' Golf Umbrellas $50.00
Tri-County Electric
1101 1 Case Outboard Oil $92.00
Crews Marine
1103 3 Mos. DSL Internet Service $174.00
GT COM
1105 Classic Facial $40.00
His, Hers,& Ours Skin Care Dept
1107 One Year Subscription $15.95


Woods & Water
1109 One-Year Subscription
Perry Newspapers
1111 $25.00 Gift Certificate to
O'Quinn's Christian Bookstore
Blue & Byers PLLC
1113 Six Movie Passes
Perry Theater
1115 $25.00 Gift Certificate
Pappa Jim's Seafood Rest.
1117 1 Meal per Wk for 1 Month
Rosehead Junction
1119 Nut Basket
Farm Bureau Insurance
1121 Pink Poinsettia
Perry Plaza Florist
1123 2 Chicken BBQ Dinners
Goodman's BBQ
1125 One dozen Donuts
Johnson's Bakery
1127 1.5 Gal Pump Sprayer
Cashway Building Products
1129 Golf Package
Edward Jones Investments
1131 Six Movie Passes
Perry. Theater
1133 $25.00 Gift Certificate to
Debbie's Jewels
Birdy Gardner, Coldwell Banker
Kelley & Kelly Properties


$35.00
$25.00

$30.00
$25.00
$50.00
$25.00
$17.95
$16.79
$7.00
$22:99
$25.00
$30.00
$25.00


Item Description Value
1002 30 Minute Massage $30.00
Theresa Folsom, LMT
1004 Lube, Oil Change, & Filter $25.00
Timberland Ford
1006 $100.00 Gift Certificate $100.00
Springhill Nursery
1008 6 Packs Salt Water Assassin $26.40
Bass Assassin
1010 $50.00 US Savings Bond $25.00
Capital City Bank
1012 George Foreman Grill $30.00
Julie Williams, Associate
Sheffield & Sheffield Realty
1014 One month of free class $35.00
Taylor Gymnastics & Dance
1016 Six Movie Passes $30.00
Perry Theater
1018 $25.00 Gift Certificate to $25.00
The Book Mart
Blue & Byers PLLC
1020 7 SAE & 7 Metric Wrench Set $50.00
M. A. Rigoni
1022 3 Mos. Free DSL Service $174.00
GT COM
1024 Lunch for Two $15.00
Mama's Italian Rest
1026 Folding Cooker $34.98
Jack's Boats
1028 1 Round Clay Tournament $60.00
Gunrunners
1030 Nag, Nag, Nag, Coffee Cup $7.99
Michelle's Bull Pen
1032 One Case 2 Cycle Oil $56.00
Ware Oil Co.
1034 Mr. Goodwrench LOF $28.00
Thomas Chevrolet
1036 2 Mullet Dinners $25.00
Deal's Famous Oyster House
1038 Exam/WormingNac.for Dog $90.00
Perry Animal Hospital
1040 One Year Subscription $15.95
Woods & Water
1042 One Year Subscription $35.00
Perry Newspapers
1044 6 Packs Salt Water Assassin $26.40
Bass Assassin
1046 $50.00 Gift Certificate $50.00
Tree Capital Cleaning
1048 4 Boxes of Tea $25.00
D & W Health foods
1050 501b Bag of Dog Food $10.00
Hicks Feed and Garden
1052 Ginkgo Biloba $29.99
Health Naturally
1054 Two Lunch Specials, $14.00
Old Mexico Restaurant
1056 Lube, Oil Change & Filter $25.00
Timberland Ford
1058 Steak Dinner for Two $40.00
Pouncey's Restaurant
1060 Six Movie Passes $30.00
Perry Theater
1062 $25.00 Gift Cert/Rebecc~~ $20O' 00'
Lilliott & Aman Insurance
1064 Two Friday Lunch Buffets $19.26
Main Street Cafe
1066 10 amp Auto Battery Charger $89.00
Perry Auto Supply
1068 Bug Shield $55.00
Yarbrough Tire
1070 3 Mos. DSL Service $174.00
GTCOM
1072 6 Packs Salt Water Assassin $26.40
Bass Assassin
1074 3 Qt Soup Pot $20.00
Julie Williams, Associate
Sheffield & Sheffield Realty
1076 4 Hrs DJ Music $300.00
Eldon Sadler Upfront Entertainment
1078 1 Round Clay Tournament $60.00 .
Gunrunners
1080 Bottom Line Fish Finder $69.95
Big Bend Marine
1082 One hour Massage by $60.00
Jennifer Ellis, LMT
Professional Realty
1084 Wheelchair $800.00
Rotech
1086 $25.00 Gift Certificate $25.00
Debbie's Jewels
1088 10K Gold Angel Bracelet $325.00
Mitch's Gold & Diamonds
1090 (5) $5.00 Gift Certificates $25.00
Golden Corral Restaurants
1092 2 Night, 2 Day Stay $220.00
Pelican Point Inn
1094 Dinner for two $60.00
Fiddler's Restaurant
1096 12 Volt Portable Jump Starter $100.00
Bassett Dairy
1098 16X20 Portrait/Photo Session $285.00
Amanda Clark Photography
1100 Helicopter Ride for 3 Priceless
Air Medic One
1102 Silver Cross Over Tool Box $229.00
United Welding Service
1104 Mr. Goodwrench LOF $28.00
Thomas Chevrolet
1106 $50.00 Gift Certificate $50.00
Tree Capital Cleaning
1108 Silk Flower Arrangement $50.00
Zeigler's Florist
1110 Lube, Oil Change & Filter $25.00
Timberland Ford
1112 $25.00 Gift Certificate to $25.00
The Book Mart
Blue & Byers PLLC
1114 Two Friday Lunch Buffets $19.29
Main Street Cafe
1116 60' Golf Umbrella $27.00
Citizens Bank of Perry
1118 Two Lunch Specials $14.00
Old Mexico Restaurant
1120 6 Packs Salt Water Assassin $26.40
Bass Assassin
1122 Nutritional Evaluation $75.00
Perry Chiropractic Clinic
1124 1 Month Fitness Membership $35.00
Genesis Health Club
1126 $25.00 Gift Certificate $25.00
Michelle's Bull Pen
1128 Heritage Candle $9.99
Michelle's Bull Pen
1130 One Party Planner $32.00
Subway
1132 Lube, Oil Change & Filter $25.00
Timberland Ford


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Celebrates

Downtown Christmas on the Square

Friday, Dec. 1 ~ 5:30 9:00 p.m.

Come by and visit our booth!


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Living


A-3 Perry News-Herald December 1,'2006


Tour salutes season,

showcases 4 homes

Sunday, Dec. 3, from 1-5 p.m.


"The Timbers" has been added
as the "grand finale" for this year's
Christmas Tour of Homes,
sponsored by the Perry Woman's
Club.
Recently renovated as a
wedding/banquet facility, The
Timbers of Perry, Inc., is located at


Fisher Home


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Edwards Home

Want breakfast with Santa?
The third annual "Breakfast with Santa" will .be held at the Perry Elks
Lodge SaDigdy, Dgeo., ,c ~;.;O 3c .,,
Pre-registration is currently underway at GTCom, which is a co-sponsor
of the event along with the Elks Lodge. The program is for children ages
newborn to 12; the cost is $5 per child and includes a pancake breakfast
plus a visit with Santa and a gift valued at more than $10.


1148 Helen St. and welcomes
guests with a large gated entrance
(travel east on Ash Street to'reach
Helen).
Owners Joanna and Rick Ter
Maat invite all tour-goers for
Christmas music, refreshments and
fellowship; Rick will provide
keyboard accompaniment.
Refreshments will also be
provided by Woman's Club
members at the Christmas Shoppe
on Jefferson Street, in the old
Greystone. If any tickets are left
Sunday, they can be purchased at
the Christmas Shoppe for $15. To
secure yours in advance, please
visit Sisters' Mercantile or Cox
Electronics, or contact Iris Parker
at 584-9656.
The four featured homes include
those of June and Jeff Byers,
Lynda and Bobby Edwards, Ann
and Branson Fisher, Leah and
Christopher James. The Christmas
Shoppe and The Timbers round out
the tour which, as Parker
described, is "self-directed at your
own leisure. Just come and
enjoy!"


The wedding/ban/quet faciitiy, The Timbers, is the qrand finale.'

McKenzie, Daniel will marry on December 9


Dennis and Maxine Hutto of
Thomasville, Ga., announce the
forthcoming marriage of their


daughter, Misty Lynn McKenzie,
to Thomas Daniel Reed, the son of
Thomas and Debra Reed of Perry.


Adopt-a-Family for the holidays?


While the holidays are joyous
times for many families, for others
emerging from domestic violence,
these times can feel unsure and
empty.
Refuge House is currently
sponsoring an Adopt-A-Family
program which allows people,
organizations and businesses to
provide gifts for a family; further,
they are encouraging the use of gift
certificates which allow the family
members to shop for themselves or
each other.
New and unwrapped donations,

Wedding

Reminders

'Elliott-qunter
Dawn Elizabeth Elliott and
Daryll Thomas Gunter remind
friends and relatives of their
wedding Saturday, Dec. 2, at 2
p.m. in the First Presbyterian
Church. A reception will follow.
'Brooks-Mills
Leah Brooks and Dan Mills
remind friends and relatives of
their wedding Saturday, Dec. 2, at
4 p.m. in New Home Baptist
! Church,... .with .a .....reception
following.


James fHome


as well as food items and wrapping
supplies, are now being accepted.
Please call 223-3555 for details.


Both are 2004 graduates of
Taylor County High School.
The couple will exchange vows
on Dec. 9, 2006, at 6 p.m.
The ceremony will be held at
Lighthouse Revival Center with a
reception following at the groom's
parents' home. All friends and
relatives are invited.


Poppa Jim's Seafood Grill

and Oyster Bar




Fresh 'Fresh
Seafood Apalachicola
Dinners Oysters





S. Byron Butler Pkwy. (next to Best Budget Inn)
Mon. 4 pm to 9 pm, Tues. -Thurs. 11 am 9 pm, Fri. & Sat. 11 am 10 pm, Sun. Closed


Dine-In Carry-Out


838-2109


Beer & Wine


I 1I
r GTCom & Perry Elks Lodge Announces the 3rd Annual


"Breakfast with Zanta
December 16, 2006 9:00 am-12:00 noon- at Penrry Elks Lodge, Puckett Road

$5.00 Per Child Prearegistration required
Ages newborn to 12 years
Includes: Hot Pancakes, Sausage & Egg Breakfast, milk, juice & coffee,
Visit with Santa and a gift valued at over $10.00. Parents or Guardians Eat Free.-.
Space is limited to the first 300 children who apply.
S**Photos & Frames photo packages will be available forpurchase at Breakfast"

: Registration forms must include $5.00 per child to be accepted .
STake Registration form & $5 per child to GTCom 115 W. Drew St Perry
Parent/ Guardian Name Phone
| Circle Requested Time 9:00 am 10:00 am 11:00 am
Child 1 Child 2
C Child 3 Child 4
Child 5 Child 6
S# of children X $5.00 = Total amount enclosed $
Make checks payable to Perry Elks Lodge


PLUS


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JEWEl ERS SINCE 1920.

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850-223-3200


INTEREST FREE PROMOTIONAL PLANS -WHEN YOU USE YOUR PREFERRED CREDfIT CARD ISSUED BY WFNNB. FINANCE CHARGES ARE DEFERRED FOR PROMOTIONAL
CREDIT PLAN PURCHASES AND THEN ACCRUE FROM TilE DKATE OF PURCHASE THROUGH AND INCLUDING THE LAST DAY OF THE PROMOTIONAL PERIOD IF THE PURCHASE
AMOUNT IS NOT PAID IN FULL BY IHE PROMOTION. PERIOD END DATE (12 MONTHS FROM DATE OF PURCIIASE FOR TOTAL PURCHASES ABOVE $500). PAYMENTS ARE
REQUIRED DURING ilHE PROMOTIONAL PERIOD. IF rilE PROMOTIONAL CREDIT PLAN IS NOT PAID IN FULL BEFORE TIlE PROMOTIONAL PERIOD ENDS. TIIHE REMAINING
BALANCE, INCLUDING HIE ACCRUED FINANCE CHARGES, WILL BE INCLUDED IN YOUR REGULAR iI i,1' I : i'.-I .,'i i. 11 LAB CREDIT TERMS WILL APPLY. AS OF
NOVEMBER 1, 2006 AtCOUNTS ARE SUBJECT TO AN APR OF 24.96%, THIS RATE MAY VARY. ~': i. 1 1 f 1 i\i L L I' \'l-.L OF $1.00 BASED ON AVERAGE DAILY
BALANCE. SUBJECI TO CREDIT APPROVAL.
-DISCOUNTS RANGE FROM 30% TO 50% AND EXCLUDE DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RINGS. *ADDITIONAL DISCOUNTS EXCLUDE REMOUNTS,
SPECIAL. ORDERS, REPAIRS AND LOOSE DIAMONDS. MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO STOCK ON HAND. NO RAIN CHECKS. NO SPECIAL ORDERS.
NO LAYAWAYS. NO HOLDS. TYPOGRAPHIC ERRORS ARE SUBJECT TO CORRECTION. CTW: APPROXIMATE TOTAL WEIGHT OF ALL DIAMONDS
IN EACH SETTING UNLESS NOTED REFER TO THE FOLLOWING FOR SIZE RANGES APPROPRIATE TO EACH CARAT WEIGHT LISTING.
1/2 CARAT .46-.58. SALE 12/01/2006 THROUGH 12/03/2006.


Byers Hfome


Darnel Thomas Reed, Misty Lynn McKenzie






A-4 Perry News-Herald December 1-2, 2006


Downtown Christmas on the Square


&


Festival of Lights


Friday, December 1


5:30- 9:00 pm


Live Entertainment
"Sweet Water Special" Bluegrass Band


S Open Friday, December 1
7:30 am 9:00 pm


SALADS SUBS SOUP


Full AeflU.


REGISTER TO WIN
2007 Rosehead
Coupon Book


Soups
Chili


Win a Rosehead Meal & Beverage once a week
every week in 20071 (value $350)


Rosehead Junction


107 S. Jefferson St. Downtown Perry


584-8080


Need to lose 10 pounds before Christmas?
Stop by
Reflections Hair Salon
tonight between 5 & 9 p.m. to purchase
"Suddenly Slim" and receive your
"Free Zavita Tasting"
(The Amazon Rainforest Miracle)


I I


Also receive 20% ff all other retail products:
Hair & Nail Care Heritage Candles
Hair Pin-Ups & Extensions Cosmetics & Jewelry


129 S. Jefferson St.


223-1821


Extra 20% off
- During Downtown Christmas on the'Square
Friday, Dec. 1 5:30 9:00 p.m.
Come in and register to win a
Journey Diamond Necklace at our


108 W. Green St. (next door toH&H Telecom)


Rebecca S Jewelry
NEW HOURS: Mon.-Fri 10-6, Sat. 10-4
(850) 584-2505 VSA


'Selling
popcorn &
cotton candy
for the kids!


& Gifts
LAYAWAY$ FOR
CHRISTMAS


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CARPET TILE
VINYL WOOD


DOLLS
25% off
Dec. 1 only


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"Our Floors Are Out of This World"


WHY PAY MORE?
Quality Flooring For Less!
Professional Installation
838-3852
115 E. Green St.
Mon. Fri. 9:00- 5:00
Sat. by appointment


I OW FkW 20


DRAWING
Register
to win
(Do not have to be present to win)
No purchase necessary


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FR IDAY, DEC(s'~. 1 5U:00 8:00PM


Ready
Made
Framing

20% off





Len & Feebee Houck
owners


Table _L
Top i
Frames 1 r I


40% off


JmUmw fls/ &


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Credit Cards Accepted
102 E. Main St. 584-6979


Ann Hudson
photographer


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Fresh
pecas


Gifts of Grace
Clothing for the Whole Family
Open Friday, Dec. 1 until 9:00 p.m.
Christmas Downtown on the Square


-Focolate
Pecans


Gifts of Grace has in stock top name-brands.


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We also have a store layaway plan. 10 items at a time may be put on consignment
106 E. Main Street (850) 584-7770
(Located between Joyce's Main-Street Cafe and Photos, Frames & Trophies)
Mon.-Fri. 10:00-6:00, Sat. 10:00-3:00, Closed Sundays


FREE GIFT
WRAPPING


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A-5 Perry News-Herald December 1-2, 2006


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O'Quinn Pharmacy's
the Christian Book Store


25% off
Friday, December 1
5:00 until 8:00 pm


Bibles Books *Gifts* Cards Music DVD's T-Shirts
Angels* Tapestry and Lace Wall Hangings Framed Prints


200 N. Jefferson Street Downtown Perry


850-584-2518


Christmas on the Square


Friday, Dec. 1 5:30 9:00 p.m.


fefresh,,,


120% off SOEID


to our many friends and customers,
gAs we celebrate the hohdcay season, we appreciate each one of you for your
business throughout the year.
~Sharron andsta
Sisters' Mercantie C lobratinp


Espsso oself Cafe
J ava cuy today?".


Celebrates their Grand Opening


Ribbon Cutting 3':3oym


Downtown

Come in for free
samples of our food
rmrx W% tI II-r -


Owner and Barista Shelly Blanco
New Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 7 am 6 pm
Fri. 7 am -.10 pm, Sat. 8 am 3 pm


LtIems


Christmas on the Square 9


Friday,


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Dec. 1


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Testivalof lights


6:00 9:00 p.m.
Drink Special
White Christmas


first 20 customers after ribbon
cutting 1/2 price on drinks


Delivery starts after the
New Year!,
$10 min. order


Catering Available
Private Parties
on Site


201 N. Jefferson St. Perry, Fla.
Phone: 850-223-2333 Fax: 850-223-2344
www.espressoyou rselfcafe.com


S .eie ckets for Carriage Rides
600 r (Green & Washington St.)


Gift Boutique &- Baby q-laven
(850) 838-2021 121 East Green Street


Our 10th
Anniversary


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Fishing Report

Water temps hit 70


SA-6 Perry News-Herald December 1-2, 2006




B 'Dogs drop Suwannee 63-59


Trout like warm weather


By PAT McGRIFF
One More Cast Guide
Trout fishing has improved
,,exponentially this week as
unseasonably warm weather has
increased the water temps back
into the low 70s. Such high
temperatures are unprecedented for
late November, almost Decemb&r.
Topwater plugs, like MirrOlure's
Top Pups, jerkbaits, both hard
like Bite-A-Bait's fighters and soft
plastic jerkbaits like Assassin
five-inch shads fished un-weighted
on a worm hook, are all taking
trout to 5.5 lbs!
Sunday, I had three hours
without a keeper fish for a charter
of three, Pete, Aaron and Colin'
Colverson of Gainesville. Then
right at sunset we landed nine
trout to 23 inches, all on Bite-A-
Bait gold fighters. We were,
fishing in 2.5 feet of water. The


The Taylor County Bulldog
varsity basketball team got off to
a fast start and withstood a furious
fourth quarter rally to defeat


Bite-A-Baits salvaged my trip!
Monday, Billy Pillow and I
went down to Keaton, and for
about three hours, we also didn't
have a keeper, then for 45 minutes
we (Billy mostly) caught a five-
and-a-half pound trout, just barely
under 25 inches long (a fat sow
trout), four trout over four pounds,
four over three and two reds, all on
MirrOlure's Top Pup in the 808
pattern, and on a "Golden shiner"
jerkbait (Billy's favorite).
Offshore Report:
Billy and Dec Pillow, Chris
Matanzas, Aaron Portwood and
Bart Denmark and I went out on
Billy's 29' Team Triple Fish
Triton and brought back 12 gags
and two red grouper from 45 feet
of water on squid...of course. Bart
had TOP honors with a 14.5
pound Gag to top off the box!


Suwannee County 63-59 in Live
Oak Tuesday night. The game was
Taylor's season opener as they
prepared for Thursday night's


-..


district match-up at Florida High.
Using.quickness and a 10-player
rotation, the Bulldogs stayed fresh
and were able to play uptempo the .
entire night. Taylor employed
multiple defenses to keep
Suwannee off balance and jumped
out to a six-point lead at the end
of the first quarter.
The Taylor lead grew to nine at
half and stayed there until the
fourth quarter, when it grew to 11,
the largest of the game.
Suwannee made the game close
in the fourth and actually tied it at
59-59, with just over a minute to
play. While seniors Marquis Ellis
(22 points) and Chad Ellis (11
points) had led the .'Dogs at that
point, it was big plays, by two
younger players which iced the
game for Taylor.
Junior Greg Flowers, making a
backdoor cut, was hit by a perfect
pass and made his lay-up, despite
being fouled. He completed the
three-point play, putting Taylor
up by three.
After a time-out, the 'Dogs held
Suwannee to a three-point
attempt. There was a furious


scramble for the ball and
sophomore Matt Burell came out
with it. He was immediately
fouled and put the game out of
reach by making the front end of
the one-and-one.
"We had 10 'guys playing,
subbing in and out, staying fresh,"
said Taylor Coach John Davies,
"Our defense has been very solid,
even in the Tip-Off Tournament,
We just had to get more consistent
on the offensive end.
"In the game against Suwannee,
we put together a strong effort in a
tough place to play. Heart and
determination goes a long way in
sports and our guys really showed
it."
Flowers finished the game with
nine points. Burrell had seven,
followed by Greg Sneed with six
and Jabaree Williams with four.1
James Dukes and Curtis Jones
each finished with two,
The Bulldog's first home game
.will be agairist Lincoln Saturday
at 'a special time. The junior
varsity will play at 1 p.m. and the
varsity team will tip off at 2;30
p.m. ,


Tide Tables


F 1 Low
1 High
1 Low
1 High


Sa 2
2
2
2


5:06 AM
11:41 AM
5:00 PM
10:52 PM


Low 6:00 AM
High 12:40 PM
Low 5:49 PM
High 11:32 PM


Su 3 Low.
.3 High
3 Low


6:50 AM
1:32 PM
6:33 PM


M 4 -High t 12.12AM"
4 Low 7:38 AM
4 High 2:19 PM
4 Low 7:14 PM


-0.2
2.9
1.2
3.3
-0.6
3.0
1.3
3.3
-0.9
3.1
1.5
3.4
-1.1
3.1
1.5


Tu 5
5
5
5
W 6-
6
6
6

Th 7
7
7
7
F 8
8
8
8


High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low
High
Low


12:53 AM
8:24 AM
3:03 PM'
7:53 PM
1:33 AM
9:08 AM
3:45 PM
8:32 PM
2:13 AM
9:51 AM
4:25 PM
9:11 PM
2:53 AM
10:32 AM
5:05 PM
9:54 PM


3.5
-1.1
3.0
1.5
3.5
-0.9
2.8
1.5
3.4
-0.7
2.7
1.4
3.3
-0.4
2.5
1.4


Speckled Trout One More Cst
Redfish
Blues, etc. G d r

Operating from Keaton Beach Marina
No Fishing License Required For Customers
S (850) 584-9145
if, a t McGrif, Usc.License 200 Kate Dr.
___ PatMcGriff u.S.C.G. License Perry, FL 32348


Pretty .red
Mark IJewis of Thomasville, Ga., shows off a pretty redfish
he caught recently while fishing with Pat McGriff of One More
Cast Guide Service.


KEATON BEACH MARINA
17 Miles South of Perry on the Taylor County Coast


* Motel
* Boat Storage
* Boat Ramp
* Bait, Tackle, Ice
* Beer, Soft Drinks


(850) 578-2897 : IVHookups
Boat Lift
,. Fishing Licenses
-'' .*-. Groceries/Snacks
-.'' '... Fishing Info
"We Have Everything You Need!"


Dulh, who's birthday
is on Dec. 3rd?
Oh yeah,
I remember!
Happy 21st
Birthday

VICKI
Love,
MAama & Daddy


THANK YOU!
The Taylor County Veterans Services and the
Taylor County Board of Commissioners thanks
the following sponsors who helped host the
Veteran's Day Luncheon at Forest Capital Hall:

Steel Workers Union Smurfit Stone Container
Covenant Hospice Martin Electronics
Goodman's Barbeque Timberland Ford
Burns Funeral Home

We would also like to thank the following contributors
who provided assistance:
Save-A-Lot Flower's Bakery Airgas
Jimmy Lundy Johnson's Bakery
Taylor Technical Institute
Taylor County Sheriff's Work Crew
Cpt. Richard Johns & Sgt. Carlos Johnson

Special thanks to Major West, the Taylor
County ROTC and all the volunteers.

M& P& m


IS


' Hip Hip
Hooray!

My Mommy

is turning

1121"

on Dec. 3, 2006
Love,
Brandi


- ..v- *-u--v- -


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



Sunday, December 10
4:00 p.m.
St. John's Christian Fellowship Church
6050 Puckett Rd & Golf Course Road
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.
Please join us as we celebrate
the lives of those we love.
5acArSS


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[Big Bend
LHospice


your hometown hospice, licensed since 1983
For information, please call 838-3086






Effective Monday, December 4, 2006,
the Perry/Taylor County
"In Town" Shuttle
operated by Big Bend Transit
will run on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday

The current pick up locations and time
schedule will remain the same. The cost will
remain at a one-way fare of $.50.

All other.transportation programs sponsored
by the Taylor County Board of Commissioners
and the Commission for the Transportation
Disadvantaged will not change.
For additional information, call Maxie Young or
Melody Cox at 850-838-3500, ext. 100 or 113.


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A-7 Perry News-Herald December 1-2, 2006


For youth in December


Cornerstone to undergo 'Fusion'


December devotional for men is today
The monthly gathering of men which includes lunch and a brief
inspirational message by the Rev. Eddie Blalock will be held today, Dec.
1, at the M.A. Rigoni Cookhouse on North U.S. 19 (north of the former
Highway Patrol Station).
Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. until 12:15 p.m. followed by the
message which will conclude at 12:35 p.m.
The cost is $5; all men are invited.
'Fusion' is Saturday
December is bringing changes to Cornerstone Fellowship Church,
which is located in Perry Plaza. Sunday morning worship will now begin
at 10:30 a.m. and there will be no Sunday evening services; instead, small
groups have been organized.
On Wednesday evenings, kids' services will be held from 6 until
8 p.m.
On the first Saturday of each month, including this Saturday, there will
be a "Fusion" youth event at 6:30 p.m.

Obituary


Jerry Killian
Binkley Sr.
Jerry K. Binkley Sr., 62,- died
Nov. 30, 2006, at the Pinelake
Nursing Home in Greenville.
Born in Lancaster, Penn., he
moved to Perry from Millsboro,
Del., in 1994.
Mr. Binkley worked as a truck
driver.
Survivors include: his wife of 45
years, Jean Binkley; four sons,
William K, Binkley, Jerry Killian
Binkley Jr. and Michael Lee
Binkley, all of Perry and Paul
Charles Binkley of Ephrata, Penn.;
three daughters, Verna K.
Anderson of-Madison, Wendy K.
Hackman of Ephrata, and Donna
K. Shirk of Denver, Penn.; four
sisters, Emma Siple, Betty Musser,
Florence Reynolds and Elsie


I am here for you!
BETTY JO CROFT
(850) 843-0554 .


KELLY & KELLY
PROPERTIES


Keiser; 11 grandchildren; and
three great grandchildren.
No services are planned at this
time.

The true mark
of integrity.
S0 SELECTED
Independent
FUNERAL HOMES
Member by Invitation












Beggs*


St. Johns Christian
Fellowship
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Study/Prayer Meeting
'.Vr.e,{ aLd ChiludJnt s Mini[r Provided
located at Ihe intersection of Puckett Rd and Golf Course Rd.)
Mark McElfresh, pastor 584-7251 2

rFirst United Methodist Church

Open Hearts Open Minds & Open Doors
"The People of the United Methodist Church"


\ 302 N. Jefferson St. Perry, Fl. (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460
Matt Wallis, pastor nursery provided Email fumcp@gtcom.net 2
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Happy 19th
Birthdati

Devyn
DuBose
Decemconber 2. 2006
"Our College Girl"

Alom, Dad1, /atLce. Tillcr
S6 Granill DiuBose
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We love you
DANIELLE
PADGETT 1
Love,
Mama & Dad
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For more details on any of these services or activities, please visit the
church's website: www.yourcomerstonechurch.com.
Holy Ground Quartet sings Saturday
The Perry First Church of God on Highway 221 North will have its
monthly sing on Saturday, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m. featuring the Holy Ground
Quartet and Crimson Flow. Snacks will be served at 5:30 p.m.; everyone
is invited to attend.
Antioch observes 50th anniversary
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church will celebrate its 50th anniversary
this weekend with the following worship and fellowship activities: on
Saturday, there will be a banquet at the Jerkins Center at 6 p.m.; on
Sunday, worship services are planned at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. The
community is cordially invited to attend.

Ash Street *

CHURCH OF CHRIST
601 West Ash Street


Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship, 10:45 a.m.


Sunday Evening
Wed. Bible Class


6:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.


Visitors Welcome
Church Ph: 584-6155 Carl Desmartin: 223-3210

Perry First h urch of God
Sunday School 10:00 10:45
"' Worship Service 11:00 12:00
.. Children's Church 11:00-12:00
day Nightc 6:00 6:45
,, ,H .. s1s1-_ *,.=.,; Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
S '.... ;:. .- -.-". Choir Practice 6:00 6:45
r-Sunday SeCrvice 7:00 8:00
Nursery provided with adult supervision 9:45-12:00rvice 7:00 8:00
Mike Hicks, 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
O.0 n rt S dri Schoolv


7iWU Ui I I ul i~Ui y 0.i iUUi
10:45 am Morning Worship
6:00 pm Evening Worship
8:00 pm Adult Choir Practice


Wednesday
DIscipleship Training 6:00 pm
Programs & Bible Study for all ages!
Bring the Whole Family


Calvary Baptist Youth meet each Monday Night 6:00 pm. .
All area youth are invited.

Welcome to
St. James Episcopal Church
Sunday Services: .
Holy Eucharist: 8:00 a.m. S
Sunday School: 9:00 a.m.
Holy Eucharist: 10:00 a.m.
Nursery Available
Located at 1100 W. Green St.
Church Office: 584-7636 t
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F IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
CATHOLIC CHURCH
'vt~SS'ES:
Sat. 6 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
CCD & Adult Education Classes
Sunday 9:00 a.m.
2750 S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 584-3169
. Rev. Slade Crawford, Pastor


Mom, Dad & Family '



DANIELLE

I Happy


Birthday

5155Y
L-ao.e.T.J.
11^-" .


FREE HOMES
Mansions with beautiful gardens, streets
paved with gold. Nice neighborhood.
Must believe to see. Free to all who ask.
"Whoever calls upon the name of the Lord
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Speed limit

sign, driveway

posts taken

out in crash


Accolades continue...
The U.S. Railroad Retirement Board awarded Frances
Gilmore a Certificate of Achievement in honor of her recent
100th birthday. Gilmore's husband, Joe, was a longtime
railroad employee. A representative from the retirement
board presented the certificate to Gilmore Thursday, Nov. 30.

Grease left on burner


CRASH
Continued from page 1
the man related that he had "just
gotten.released from a mental
health center in Tallahassee" prior
to traveling to Perry.
The crash occurred around
3:10 p.m. along a heavily-
trafficked section of Puckett Road
near the entrance to Quail Point
subdivision.
The vehicle ran over a 45 mph
speed limit sign, two driveway
posts and crashed into a tree
before coming to a rest.
Ferguson was charged with
reckless driving; further charges
are pending the results of blood
tests.
Earlier in the day, a BOLO (be
on the look out) had been issued
for the same vehicle and tag in
reference to an unknown male
attempting to purchase drugs at a
local business.
The business reported


the incident
which issued
'dispatch.


to authorities,
the BOLO


Bulldog spirit
The Taylor County Middle School (TCMS) Student Council launched its first fundraiser of the year by selling links to a Bulldog
Spirit Chain. The sixth, seventh and eighth grades competed to see who had the most "Bulldog Spirit." Seventh grade was the
overall winner with the longest spirit chain. The chains for each grade were stretched out at the pep rally. The students with the
"most spirit" were announced at the pep rally and are as follows: Garrett McCoy, Lindsay Brown, ChelseaYates, Macey Gregory,
Jackie Knowles and Michael Knowles. Student Council members recognized for selling the largest number of links were: Damion
Hamilton, Katie Brown, Whitney Young, Bree Kimble, Savannah Cantrell and Samantha Curry.

At the booking desk


Fire traced to stove


RESCUE
Continued from page 1
cruiser and rushed to extinguish
-the fire, which had made
"breathing for everyone very
difficult."
During this time, Parker and
Franklin made their way to White.
When it was discovered that she
could not walk, Franklin checked
the wheelchair in the living room,
to find that it was battery operated,

Snow play

area opens


at 6:10 p.m.

SNOW
Continued from page 1
ceremony at 6 p.m.
- The snow area will open at 6:10
p.m., to coincide with a large
:offering of holiday activities
!planned around the square,
-including: live entertainment by
the Sweet Water Special bluegrass
band, children's train rides, a Little
People Petting Zoo, face painting,
-a strolling Santa and much more.
Horse rides and a moon walk
-will be set up in. City Park; horse-
Sdrawn carriage rides will be
available at. the corner of
-Washington and Green Streets
(tickets available at Sisters'
Mercantile).
Free photos with Santa will be
offered at Gulf Breeze Realty on
-Main Street.
The event is being presented by
the Downtown Partnership, along
with Snow Play Area sponsor, the
Taylor County Tourism
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currently charging and too heavy
to lift.
Parker, Johns and Franklin then
attempted to place White on her
bed blankets on the floor to drag
her from the house but her weight
shifted and made it difficult to
remove her from her bed.
All the while, Ricketson was
outside the bedroom, trying to take
a window unit air conditioner from
the wall to allow fresh air into the
room to displace some of the
heavy smoke.
While making a second attempt
to lift White, officers were 'able to
get her from her bed and onto the
floor and pull her a short way.
City firefighters Cpt. Clyde
Terry, R. B. Lee and Elton
Carraway arrived on the scene
with breathing equipment and took
over the evacuation effort.
White was removed and turned
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taken, to DMH where she was
treated for smoke inhalation and
kept there overnight for
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Officers say they believe that a
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forgot the pan of grease was on -a
burner and left the house, causing
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That is the recipe for a hero and the
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them a huge debt of gratitude for
saving one of their own.
"As mayor, I want to personally
thank them for a job well done,"
she added.


Editor's note: It is the policy of this
newspaper to run the names of all those
arrested and booked at the Taylor County
Jail. All those listed below have been
charged with a crime, but are considered
innocent until proven guilty.
Nov. 5:
Jeff Clark, 23, 701 45th Avenue,
North, St. Petersburg, domestic
battery, Dep. Johns, TCSO.
Nov. 6:
Amy Callie Weathers, 24, 5343
Turner Road, DUI, Trp. Kennard,
FHP.
Walter White Thomas, 55, 1514
Givens Street, FTA for battery and
disorderly conduct, Dep. Hawkins,
TCSO.
Clyde Miller, 19, 607 South
Warner Street, VOCC, Off.
Hendry, DOC.
Miguel Ochoa, 21, 102 SE 17th
Street, .Steinhatchee, VOP (grand
theft/firearm, Dep. Hawkins,
TCSO.
Ellen Marie Hawkins, 43, 3300
James Smith Road, possession of a
controlled substance, possession of
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B-2 Perry News-Herald December 1-2,2006


Holiday movies, Oscar


hopefuls fill

It was a turkey Thursday, a Black Friday and an
orange and blue Saturday last weekend, but now it's
December and in Hollywood, that means it's time to
prepare for the two biggest holidays of the year:
Christmas and the Oscars.
In December, the movie studios continue the last
month's trend of flooding the market with family
holiday flicks while releasing their final Oscar
hopefuls into theaters before the end of the year.
As in my previous preview columns, I have not yet
seen any of the movies listed below, but I have
watched the trailers as well as investigated the .various
actors, actresses and directors involved to give you a
decent idea of what to expect.
This December seems especially thick with movies
for the final five weekends of the year, so let's get to it.
Opening today are three movies depicting the birth
of Christ, the rise of Taj and the killing of tourists
(thankfully not all in the same movie),
First up, "The Nativity Story" tells the original,
Christmas story, following the journey of Mary and
Joseph from the visit of Gabriel to the couple arriving
in Bethlehem. Catherine Hardwicke was an interesting
choice for director. A set designer since the 1980s, this
is only her third film after 2003's "Thirteen" about a
girl who descends into sex, drugs and crime after being
led astray by a friend and 2005's "Lords of Dogtown"
about surfing and skateboarding among teens.
Sixteen-year-old Keisha Castle-Hughes, who in
2004 became the youngest ever to be nominated for a
leading actress Oscar for her performance in "Whale
Rider," plays Mary. While the cast is made up of
mostly unknowns, it also includes Alexander Siddig as
Angel Gabriel. Siddig most recently appeared in
"Syriana" and "Kingdom of Heaven," but he is perhaps
_ 'best known for his role as Doctor Julian Bashir on
"Star Trek- Deep Space Nine."
' "The' Natrt it) Stor;' _i. trying to f.-'l'lok the
spectacular success of last year's "Passion of the
Christ," directed by Mel Gibson. While it will be hard
to surpass "Passion," the movie should find large
auidences leading up to Christmas with its more
family-friendly content. The studio is also pursuing
churches for special screenings to help spread word of
mouth for the film.
"The Nativity Story" is rated' PG for some violent.
content.
For something completely different, "Van Wilder 2:
The Rise of Taj" opens today as well. The movie is
ab6ut Taj Mahal Badalandabad, Van Wilder's sidekick
in training from the first movie, after he changes
colleges and takes his own protege under his wing,
teaching him about the joys of excess. "The Rise of
Taj," if it's anything like the first one, will be one of
those movies much too adult for children or just about
anyone over 30, but finds enough teen and 20-
something males to bring home the money. For
complete disclosure, I have to admit that I liked the
first Van Wilder movie, and this one should do well as
this season's R-rated, raunchy comedy.
"The Rise of Taj" is rated R for pervasive crude
sexual content, some nudity and language.
"Turistas" is the latest low-budget horror movie to
be. released by studios which have realized that such
movies are cheap to make and more often than not
make their money back. In this particular movie, a
group of backpacking tourists is standed in a Brazilian
jungle with deadly secrets. Director John Stockwell
("Into the Blue," "Crazy/Beautiful") has a cast of
actors with credits mostly from television playing
characters with no last names. Josh Duhamel is the most
recognized from his long-running character on NBC's
"Las Vegas."
"Turistas" is rated R for strong graphic violence and
disturbing content, sexuality, nudity, drug use and
language.
Next Friday, Dec. 8, sees the' opening of
"Apocalypto," Mel Gibson's much-anticipated next
movie after "Passion of the Christ." This time around,
Gibson turns his attention to the Central American
civilization of the Mayans. After the great kingdom
starts to decline, its rulers call for the construction of
more temples and begin to offer human sacrifices to
the gods. The movie follows a man chosen for sacrifice
as he tries to flee the kingdom.
Much has been mad6 of Gibson's drunken slurs and
how it will affect the business of "Apocalypto," but the
movie, I believe, should worry less about its director's
language than its own. I don't mean vulgarity, but the
actual language spoken in the film: Maya, the
language of the Mayan people, some of whom still live
in Central America. Subtitled movies have rarely done
well in the U.S., notable exceptions being "Passion of
the Christ" and "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon."
The movis does have some things going for it,
though. Gibson has proven he's a solid director and the
story of the Mayan civilization is very intriguing. The
actor-turned-director spent a lot of time and effort
making this movie and from the trailers, it shows. The
cast is made up ot. mostly non-actors Gibson found on
location in South America and it adds a nice touch of
realism to a movie about a civilization for which most
people only have a passing knowledge.
"Apocalypto" is rated R for sequences of graphic
violence and disturbing images.
Also opening next Friday is the romantic comedy,


December

"The Holiday," the story of two women, Cameron
Diaz. and Kate Winslet, with "guy troubles" who
decide to switch houses for the holidays. Of course,
they both end up finding love in their new locations
with Jude Law and Jack Black, respectively.
Black is a unusual choice for this type of movie and
I think the success of the film will ride on whether
audiences can accept him in that type of role.
Director Nancy Meyers has been responsible for
successful films including "Something's Gotta Give"
and "What Women Want" with her actors often being
nominated come awards season. She also wrote the
script for "The Holiday" and "Something's Gotta
Give."
"The Holiday" is rated PG-13 for sexual content and
some strong language.
The diamond giant De Beers is not happy at all
about this next movie, "Blood Diamond." Fans of
shows such as "Law & Order" will have seen episodes
concerning "conflict diamonds," which have been used
by warlords in Africa to fund campaigns of war and
death. Conflict diamonds are supposed to be banned
from sale in most markets. Now it's Hollywood's turn
to take up the case.
In "Blood Diamond," the search for a rare diamond
brings together two men, Danny Archer (Leonardo
DiCaprio), a South African mercenary, and Solomon
Vandy (Djimon Hounsou), a Mende fisherman, in a
race to save Danny's future and Solomon's family.
How much a film such as this can actually hurt the
diamond market is debatable, but it seems everytime
De Beers complains, the buzz for the movie increases.
Without having seen the movie yet, it's hard to say how
much they have to worry about, but to pharaphrase
Sigmund Freud, "Sometimes a movie is just a movie."
The movie also stars Jennifer Connely as an.
American journalist ,and -wasi directed .,by.'Edward
Zwick, responsible lo [uch LIi li1ii, .. TliL Last
Samurai," "Courage Under Fire" and one of my
favorite movies, 1989's "Glory."
The major key to the movie's success in my mind,
however, is how well DiCaprio pulls off his accent
which was on full display during the trailers. By most
accounts, he did a marvelous job with his accent in
"The Departed."
"Blood Diamond" is rated R for strong violence and
language.
The lastfmovie with a wide release next weekend is
"Unaccompanied Minors" about a-group of kids
snowed in at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport
during the holidays. From the trailers, this appears to
be one of my least favorite types of movies. Following
in the tradition of other recent kid movies like "Snow
Day," this appears to be one of those films where
adults are mean to a group of kids who then spend the
rest of the film making as much trouble as they can.
I may be getting older or something, but it seems to
me that with films like these today, the old line
between, childish misadventure and downright.
.criminal activities has been blurred or completely
wiped out:
The movie will entertain the children of the family,
but I imagine the parents will be bored throughout with
the exception of worrying what ideas their kids might
pick up.
"Unaccompanied Minors" is rated PG for mild rude
humor and language.
On Dec. 15, Will Smiith joins the ranks of actors in
recent movies pushing their boundaries with the based-
on-a-true-story film, "The Pursuit of Happyness"
.(spelling error intentional). Smith plays a salesman
down on his luck and trying to provide for his son as
he takes a competitive internship with a broker's firm.
Smith provides the sole star power for this film with
screenwriter Steve Conrad's only notable credit being
"The Weather Man" and director Gabriele Muccino
making his English-language debut after making a
name for himself in Italy.
The trailer for the films shows some powerful acting
from Smith and while the story of a outsider making it
among the big-wigs seems a bit cliche (even with the
whole true story bit), this movie attracts me more
every time I see the TV spots. Smith could be looking
forward to a second Oscar nomination.
"The Pursuit of Happyness" is rated PG- 13 for some
language.
Also opening Dec. 15, trying to show that pigs can
pursue happiness as well, is the live-action adaptation
of the E. B. White classic, "Charlotte's Web."
This film will undoubtedly--and rightfully--be
compared to the 1973 animated version that almost
every child since has seen at one time or another. I was
actually rather surprised to find that the animated film
was as old as it was.
For those who don't the story, "Charlotte's Web" is
about Wilbur, the runt of a litter of pigs raised by a
little girl named Fern (Dakota Fanning). When Wilbur
finds out that his fate is to one day be dinner for the
farmer and his family, he is upset to put it mildly. To
his rescue is, Charlotte, a spider of incredible talents.
Wilbur (voiced by Dominic Scott Kay) and the rest
of the animal cast are real-life animals with computer
effects to make them talk with Julia Roberts providing
the voice for Charlotte (following the footsteps of
",* Please see page 8


Bill Gaither

Open house at the Mansion
The Wardlaw-Smith-Goza Conference Center, more well-known as the
Mansion, in Madison, is celebrating a holiday open house next week.
The historic, antebellum building will be, decorated for the season
throughout the open house, which begins Wednesday, Dec. 6.
The mansion will- be open Dec. 6-8 from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. On
Saturday, Dec. 9, the Madison County Junior Auxiliary will host "Cookies
with Santa." Parents may bring their children and camera to take photos
with Santa.
The open house will conclude Sunday at 4 p.m.
All events are free and open to the public, but donations are welcome
and benefit the conference center, organizers said.


1


New Year celebrations set for Gainesville


The New Year will be celebrated
in "grand style" in historic
downtown Gainesville. The brick-
lined streets will be buzzing as
thousands come to celebrate
another year's passing.
"Popular performing artist,
Ezee, returns to the Downtown
Countdown after electrifying lthe
audience last year, at tl,
Downtown Community Plaza,"
Bill Bryson said.
"Nothing revs up a party better
than Ezee's energetic delivery of


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friday, Dec. 1
Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra's
Holiday Magic Tour of Homes
Four.local manses decked for
the holidays along with live music.
850-224-0461
www.tallahasseesymphony.com

Tuesday, Dec. 7
Big Bend Community Orchestra'
Handel Messiah Sing-Along
Faith Presbyterian Church
www.bbco.org

Saturday, Dec. 16
Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra
Holiday Magic!
A Musical Celebration of the Season
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
(850) 224-0461 www.tsolive.org
( ultraldl
friday, Dec. 1
Advent Christian Village Artist Series
"The Nutty Cracker": a lighthearted
selection of music from the "Nutcracker"
The Village Church, Dowling Park
www.acvillage.net/artistseries.html
(386) 658-5400


Swing Era classics to
contemporary hits of all styles,
with an emphasis on 60s, 70s and
80s dance music."
Opening the show will be the
popular local electro/synth/funk
band Velveteen Pink.
"Don't be surprised if you
itiness feal of mniiic ajs The
House of Flying. Ca-cdi. Alagic
Troupe performs in the, downtown
streets from 8 p.m. to midnight.
WKTK's Bruce Cherry will return
to host the evening's


Cultural
December 8 10
The Tallahassee Ballet
"The Nutcracker"
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
850-224-6917 www.tallaballet.com
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Nov. 30 Dec. 1
Tallahassee Broadway Series
Mel Brooks' "The Producers"
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
800-322-3602 www.tlccc.org

Dec. 1-3 andi8-10
Quincy Music Theatre
The musical adaptation
of "It's A Wonderful Life"
.850-875-9444 www.qmtonline.com

December 1-10
Theatre A La Carte
"Triumph of Love"
Tallahassee Little Theatre
850-224-8474
www.theatrealacarte.org
If you would like your eent
listed, contact us at 850-584-5513
or marAfjiperrfneu'spapcrs.com.


entertainment," Bryson said.
"Beautiful downtown
Gainesville is the perfect setting to.'
celebrate the New Year. And this
year the celebration will include
creating Gainesville's longest-ever
Electric Slide line, so bring your,
dancing shoes and enjoy the music,'
m:oe \>our bod\. and celebrate the,!
.ii .y.ear 'I.th 'LrJWind,.'id.aTnuil
in downtown Gamnes\ ill." Br\ son
added.
For more information call 352-
334-5064.


Tuesday, Dec. 12
Tallahassee Broadway Series
"Wonderful Town"
Two sisters take on New York.
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center.
800-322-3602 .www.tlccc.org
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Friday,-Dec. 1
The Big Kahunas
Benefit concert for Friends
of Wakulla Springs State Park
American Legion Hall at Lake Ella
www.wakullasprings.org

Friday,. Dec. 8
CMT on Tour
Trace Adkins with'
Billy Currington and JasonAldean
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic
800-322-3602 or visit www.tlccc.org
resJ'als
December 2-3
Tallahassee Museum's
Market Days, featuring
300 artists and craftspeople.
North Florida Fairgrounds
www.tallahasseemuseum.org
850-575-8684


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Bill Gaither

will arrive in

Tallahassee

next month
Gospel legend Bill Gaither will
stop in Tallahassee next month
along with his "Homecoming
Friends" for the "Give It Away
Tour 2007."
The concert is set for Jan. 19, at
7 p.m. at the Tallahassee/Leon
County Civic Center.
"The 'Give It Away'
homecoming tour is an
opportunity for us to throw our
hearts wide open and share the
things that are best enjoyed when
we give them away, like faith,
friendship and music," Gaither
said.
Gaither, who was named
Christian "Songwriter of the
Century" in 2000 by the American '
Society\ of, Composers and,
Publishers, he has two multi-.',
platinum albums, 22 platinum,
albums and 21 gold ablums.
Joining him and the Gaither
Vocal Band are: Jessy Dixon,
Mike Allen, Jeff and Sheri Easter,
Ernie Haase and Signature Sound,
Ivan Parker, Lynda Randle, Ben
Speer, Russ Taff, Jeff Allen,
Gordon Mote and Joy Gardner.
Artists are subject to change.
Tickets are now on sale with:
prices ranging from $24-$45 and
are available from the civic center
box office or Ticketmaster outlet.
For more information or ticket..
call 850-222-0400 or ,.u0I-32_-
3602.











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B-4 Perry News-Herald December 1-2, 2006.


Remembering the pioneers



of the 'New Florida Frontier'


Editor's Note: Colorful pioneer
characters abounded during Taylor
County's early settlement years, and
notable among them was Harry Bryant
Gibson.
A veteran of the Civil War, Gibson
came to North Florida in the late 1800s,
settling in Madison County. He became a
preacher and a teacher, vocations that
would bring him to Taylor County.
Gibson's descendant, Joe Wright, now
calls Perry home and shares the


following account of his great
grandfather's life as written in 1963 by
Edwin Browning (Sr.) of Madison County.
Part I
Harry Bryant Gibson was shot
down in the carnage of the Battle
of Gettysburg, apparently in the
cannonadina that preceded
Pickett's famous charge, on July 3,
1863. He was desperately
wounded in the thigh of the left
leg--a wound that necessitated the


Civil War veteran Harry Bryant Gibson lost a leg during
the Battle of Gettysburg. He later settled in Madison County,
teaching here in Perry. An account of his life includes the
story of how, "One time, while teaching in Taylor County, he
held up a young lad at a patron's meeting and said, 'This
youngster will some day be Governor of Florida.' He was
right, for this was Cary A. Hardee, one of his prized pupils."


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD

December 2, 1971

4-H BOY & TWO GIRLS
OF THE YEAR
NAMED FOR 1971
James Bethea was named 4-H
Boy of the Year and two girls,
Stefane Holton and Sandra Davis,
received the 4-H Girl of the Year,
jointly.


amputation of his leg.
Sometime in the spring of 1862,
very probably at the Battle of
Malvern Hill, the stricken man had
won the rank of captaincy in the
Confederate Army for a deed of
utmost bravery under Federal fire.
The Confederates were in
temporary retreat, leaving the flag
behind. Mr. Gibson spurred his
horse to the drooping banner and
was able to recover it, though the
staff was shattered by enemy fire.
Surely Captain Gibson's guardian
star was at utmost vigilance as he
lay there on the field of Gettysburg
amid the unsurpassable clamor of
conflict. He was 37 years of age,
unmarried and utterly at the cruel
mercies of war.
Many have wondered how he
came through this .crisis. The
records are, of course, non-
existent. We do know, however,
that he had been attended since he
left to join the army from
Columbia, S.C., by a faithful
Negro servant, a slave from his
father's plantation. It is possible
that the man may have found his
way to the Captain's side and then
carried him to the medical corps.
The fact that the wounded man
was a captain, and highly
educated, may account for the fact
that he did receive medical
attention in time to save his life.
He lost the leg and the surgeon left
a pinched nerve in the Captain's
leg which gave him virtual torture
periodically all the days of his
remaining life.
He never felt the full sense of the
absence of his left leg and foot in
damp weather and was often heard
to say, "My Gettysburg foot is
paining me today."
We have previously said that
Captain Gibmon v. as born in
Columbia, S.C. His date of birth
was June 13, 1826.
We know so little of his parents
and early life! We have uncovered
that his mother was full-blooded
French; that she was born on the
high seas while her parents were
immigrating to America. The ship
was known as the Isabella. The


mother of our subject was named
by her parents upon landing in
Onslow, S.C., Onslow Isabella
Huse, for the locale and the faithful
sailing ship.
Somewhere along the line, Miss
Huse married Mister Gibson, who
was known as "The Governor." He
had a tremendously large
plantation outside Columbia which
was operated by 100 slaves and
equipped with its own cotton gin
and other implements. It was here
that Captain Gibson grew up and
spent many of his years before his
entry into the military service.
Many people have wondered
about the excellent education that
Mr. Gibson used all the days of his
life.
According to the best
information I have been able to
find, Mr. Gibson grew up as a
Catholic, probably the heritage of
his French mother,' and was fully
educated by the priesthood.
We do know that he was
profoundly educated and was a
gentleman of grace and culture
throughout his long and useful life.
I wish we could tell more of his
early life, but, on the basis of
present research, this is about all
that we have been able to amass.
Of his army life we know that,
while inducted into the Infantry,
Company D., South Carolina Unit,
he served much of his time in the
calvary, often helping the transport
services as teamster.
It was while a teamster that he
developed great and useful
dexterity with his whip. He used to
reminiscence how he could wrap
his whip lash around a chicken's
neck and supplement that woeful
shortage of Confederate rations.
Following his recuperation, it
appears that he left the army in the
early part of 1864.
Apparently, upon his return to
Columbia he found, as Henry W.
Grady so well described, "his
house in ruins, his barns empty, his
slaves free--his social system
swept away." So he turned his face
toward the New Florida Frontier.
(To be continued). .


(ance at the past 1


Engraved certificates of
achievement were presented the
recipients by Robbins Woodell,
president of the Perry Kiwanis.

BEE BREEDERS NAMED
PERRY MEN TO TOP POSTS
Two Perry men were named to
high positions in the American Bee
Breeders Association.
Vern Davis was re-elected
president of the organization at its
meeting at Gainesville and Bill
Craft was named new vice


president of the Florida State
Beekeepers Association.
Henry Davis, county agricultural
agent for Taylor County, was
presented with the Florida State
Beekeepers Association Certificate
of Appreciation Award for services
rendered to the Florida beekeeping
industry.

WILDER CHOSEN
AS CLASS OFFICER
Terry Wilder of Perry was
chosen by the sophomore class of
Gardner-Webb College to serve as
sophomore class secretary for the
1971-72 academic year.
He was the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Willie J. Wilder of Perry.
Along with three other
sophomore class officers, Wilder
worked to coordinate class projects
and activities.

WEDDING BELLS
Anderson- Whiddon
The First Baptist Church of
Perry was the setting for the
wedding of Mary Frances
Anderson and Lawton Edgar
Whiddon.
Parents of the couple were Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Anderson of
Perry and Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawton
Whiddon, also of Perry.
The Rev. E. L. Mixon performed
the candlelight, double-ring
ceremony.

ENGAGEMENT
TOLD
Williams-McNeese
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Williams
announced the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Catherine Diane, to
Fredrick Steven McNeese, son of
Mr. and Mrs. John T. McNeese of
Perry.


NEW ARRIVALS
Thomas Bradford Porter II
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Porter of
Humboldt, Tenn., announced the
birth of a baby boy, Thomas
Bradford II, weighing 8 lbs., 8 ozs.
The baby was born at Jackson-
Madison County Hospital,
Jackson, Tenn.
R. Kay Porter of Perry was'
grandfather of the new arrival.

Tyler Warren Poppell
Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Poppell of
Vero Beach announced the birth of
a son, Tyler Warren, on Nov. 5,
weighing 8 lbs., 15 1/2 ozs., at
birth.
Mr. and Mrs. Pope Poppell of
Perry were grandparents of the
new baby.
David Brian Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry (Carol)
Anderson of Melbourne
announced the birth of their son,
David Brian, at Brevard Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Anderson of
Perry were maternal grandparents
and Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Anderson of
Foley 'were the paternal great
grandparents.

DRINKING DRIVERS
BEWARE! -
According to Mayor Johnnie
Livingston and County Judge Ben
Lindsey, minimum bonds were
raised for drinking drivers,
"effective Dec. 1.
The new minimum bond for
driving while intoxicated was
$401. For reckless driving while
drinking, the minimum bond was
$301.
Drag racers had to post a bond of
$253.
Minimum bonds for a number of
other offenses were also raised,
including possession of drugs,
$2,501 and all felonies, $1,001.


Did you know there was buried treasure in Taylor
County? No, well let me tell you about an amazing
tale that was well-known in the Leggett family.
This is one of those adventures that was passed
down from my older brother and sister Bobby and
Marjorie, and even though I wasn't in on the actual
happening, I know it must have some truth or the
story would have died out or at least changed over
the years.
Like all of us five kids, .Bobby and Marjorie spent
most of their growing up years at the house on
South Center Street. It was a big old wooden
structure that sported numerous colors of paint
until mama finally settled on white. The roof was
made of silver tin that would echo with the sound of
raindrops on rainy days and make a popping sound
when the sun would bear down on the tin during
the summer days. In later years I became aware
that it appeared to sit at an angle, leaning just a bit,
but not enough to actually cause you to walk
crooked. It had a front porch that always seemed to
be where family and friends congregated for that
first early morning cup of coffee and then again in
late afternoon to rehash whatever subject had been
the topic of the day. Giant soft, green ferns were
potted in stone pots that lined the perimeter' of the
porch. Here and there a flowering plant would bob
its blooms in welcome. There were rocking chairs
aplenty and a porch swing hung at one end of the
porch. I made sure that I laid claim to the swing. I
loved to lay down in the swing after I had gotten up
enough speed to keep it in motion. The swaying
motion of the swing accompanied by the voices of
the adults and the chattering of small children
would lull you into fantasy land as quickly as you
could blink your eyes. As the swing would soar out
over the open space I would imagine I was flying
into outer space in a rocket or on a pirate ship that
was sailing to a faraway land to discover treasures
beyond compare.
When, I reached my teens, the swing was usually
filled with nieces and nephews who knew I would
entertain them with a good story. The .stories would
run the gamut of my childhood ventures and one of
the favorites was always the "buried treasure" story.
I had heard it so often and had become so adapt at
the retelling that it seemed I was really there. So
here goes...
Bobby and Marjorie, along with our cousins
Howard and Betty, decided there must be a
treasure buried under the fireplace chimney that
was attached to our house near the kitchen. The
chimney was no longer in use but since it had not
been torn down they were sure there was a reason
for it remaining. After discussing the probable
location of the buried treasure while eyeing the
unused chimney, they were convinced the treasure
lay at the base of the chimney. When the foursome
had tools with which to dig, and with X marking the
spot, they began their exploration. They made a
circle in the grass and with a thrust of the shovel,
the dig began. By the time they had made a
significant hole in the ground hours had passed
and they had begun to take turns at digging while
the others rested. Late into the afternoon, when
nighttime shadows first appeared, the shovel struck
an object that lay at the bottom of the hole. Bobby
cried out, "I've' got it." As soon as he spoke the
words, the object slipped beneath the surface and
soft dirt covered it again. This procedure was
repeated time after time with the same results but
the youngsters never gave up trying to grab the
buried treasure. In fact, the only reason the digging
ceased was when mama came around the corner to
discover a huge hole near the chimney that was
teetering at the edge of the hole and looked about to
topple over and bury the four dirty children
standing there. Mama listened to their wild tale
about a treasure that moved, then words were
spoken that promptly brought an end to the
digging. She instructed them to fill the hole and
stood there until the last grain of Florida sand was
packed into the hole thus bringing the day-long
adventure to a close. Ever so often the subject of
another dig was approached by the four but just
remembering the threat of further punishment from
mama would cause the idea to die. So the buried
treasure still remains buried but the story
continues to live a full life as it was told all through
my growing up years and now has been told to you.
Not so long ago I mentioned the treasure to my
brother and he declares the facts are true. Fact
One: They dug a hole by the chimney. Fact Two:
there was a definite object at the bottom of the hole.
Fact Three: each time the words "I've got it" were
spoken, the object disappeared into the sand.
All of those facts were never enough to convince
any of us kids to man a shovel or to try to retrieve
the treasure from its resting place but I must say
that as I pass by the location on my way to Wal-
Mart my eyes drift toward the spot marked with an
X and I continue to wonder about the nature of
such an elusive "buried treasure." Delores L, Wercanlkr.c..ed
at ed iuialkn itdnustremneni


Perr December 1-2, 2006


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AUCTION Saturday, Dec. 2, 5:00 p.m.
This Auction relocated to Pinetta Vol. Fire
Dept., Pinetta FL. Part of proceeds will be
donated to the fire dept. Huge selection of
Christmas Gifts, toys and Decor.
Sponsored by Auction House of SW
Mosley Hall Rd. (Please note no auction at
that location this week) 850-973-2959.
,AU691 Col. Ron Cox AB2490.
Do NOT miss this auction.
11/29-12/1
PUBLIC AUCTION
Taylor Technical Institute
Monday, December 11, 2006
4:00 p.m.
The Taylor County District School Board
will conduct a sale of surplus property
located at Taylor Technical Institue, 3233
Highway 19 South, Perry, Florida. A
variety of administrative equipment items
and maintenance related pieces of
equipment will be available for sale. All -
items are to be sold at public outcry.
Purchaser of property is required to provide
full payment at the time of sale and
Remove property from the premises within
ten (10) working days. All property will be
sold in an "as is" condition. The district
has the right to reject any or all bids. All
items will be available for inspection on
the date of sale. Additional information can
be obtained by contacting Taylor
Technical Institute at (850)838-2545.
11/29-12/8


Friday 8 a.m. 1 p.m. Saturday 7 a.m. 2
p.m. Multi-Family Yard Sale. 301 West
Ash Street. Large size clothing
(men/women), dishes, odds & ends and
AVON 40-75% off. Shop Earlyl
12/1

Yard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. until. small
girls clothes, toys, barbie dolls, Christmas
decor & misc. items. 700 W. Green St.
12/1
BIG 3 family Yard Sale, Saturday 7 a.m. -
until. 221 North. Take Shiloh Church Rd.
(on left) follow signs.
12/1
Yard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. -1 p.m. 902 E.
Julia St. (by High School) Alot of
everything. Cheap, Cheap, Cheap.
Everything must go. 3 station weight
machine $100 nice Christmas gift.
12/1





Queen Pillow-Top Mattress Set. Brand
new Chiro Rest in plastic with warranty,
$129. 850-222-9879
12/1GCN


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We buy...call us!
Yard Sale uy..Collectibles
Set-up r II Ia Makl' Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


The monthly Sons of AMVETS
Community Yard Sale will be held this
Saturday, Dec. 2,jfrom 7 a.m. 2 p.m.
Spaces are available for a $5 donation (a
six-foot table will be provided for each
space). Walk-ins are also welcome. Call
Mark Viola at 584-5513 or 584-8807fpor
reservations. 2499 Woods Creek Rd.,
11/27-29SA
Renovation Sale Furniture, Etc., Sofa,
Loveseat, 2 recliners, tables, table w/3
chairs, etc. Saturday'from 9,,a.m.. p.m.
2137 Paul Poppell Road.
11/29-12/1
Yard Sale Friday & Saturday 8 a.m.- 1 p.m.
1129 West Green St.
11/29-12/1
Yard Sale Friday & Saturday (Dec. 1st &
2nd). Fresh Sweet Potatoes; misc., some
antiques, collectibles, used furniture,Pace
Saver Electric Scooter, 1992 Ford Ranger
PU 5 spd.- $1,500. Sellers Welcome (No
clothing) 18486 N. US. 19, Lamont, FL
11/29-12/1

Yard Sale Saturday 8:30 until, Some new
items for Christmas. Children, ladies and
plus. size clothing, Some collectibles and
lots of misc. corner of Drew & Orange St.
304 E. Drew St.
12/1
Estate Sale Saturday 8 until. A little bit of
everything. North 19 or 221 to Truck route
(Wright Rd.) to McDaniel rd. then take
Noland Grubbs Rd. Look for signs.
12/1
Yard & Craft Sale 8 a.m. until, 2212
Courtney Rd. Purses-John Deere &
Koolaid, wood products, misc. items.
12/1
Yard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m.- until.
Household items, kitchen items, bedding
ahd sheets, clothes, shoes, lamps, books,
decorations and what-knots, tools, furniture
and much morel Have lots of new items.
Great for Christmas Shopping. 1492
Pinecrest Street. Look for signs by high
school or off 27/Buckeye Nursery Rd.
12/1AA
Yard Sale Friday & Saturday 9 a.m. until.
Sadler Drum. 4289 US 98 West.
12/1
Yard Sale 3340 Johnson Stripling Rd. NO
MEN'S STUFFI Lots of clothes,
toddler(girl) clothes/ shoes, toys, etc.
12/1'
Family Yard Sale Saturday, from 8 a.m. -
12 p.m. 1119 E. Julia Street (near High
School) Clothes, books, screen doors,
bamboo shades and other household
items.
12/1
Big Garage/ Yard Sale Friday & Saturday
8 a.m.- until, 12679 Morris Steen Rd.,
Shady Grove, 3 windows and door, dishes,
small appliances, adults & kids clothes, &
shoes, toys, toddler bed, car seat, crafts &
Christmas gifts. 850-584-6343
12/1
Yard Sale Saturday at Old Perry Radiator
Shop. We have Gean, Geans, 2 pair. We
are looking for a small kitten. 223-2391
12/1


For Sale Leisure Bay Eclipse hot tub
Round, granite, lire new $1100 Call 584.
8098.
12/1-12/6PBG
Late with the mortgage? Bills stacking up?
We can help Personal, consolidate, bad
credit, bankruptcies, 1-866.454-6186 No
upfrontfees.
12/1-12/20 '

BEDROOM: New complete 6 piece set
still boxed, $500, can deliver (850)425-"
8374.
12/1GCN
BEAUTY SALON EQUIPMENT 2 wtl
stations'I mllr sri'. and mrror- Call 5 4
4500.
11/29-12/8
Dining Set, Solid Wood Pub Table, 4
Stools, Brand New. $299. 850-545-7112.
12/1GCN

Due to illness, forced to sell musical
equipment. Boss, OC-Z Octave pedal,
KENT pocket AMP, Jim Dunlap G.B.-'95
Crybaby, DOD SX50 Overdrive preamp,
Digi Tech PDS1002 2 second digital
delay, MXR Distoration Plus, DOD Multi
FX processor pre-amp, Peavey '-25
guitar, hard case with amplifier, Bently
Series 10 Randi Rhodes style, Peavey
Standard PA Mixer Amp, -8 inputs 400
watts, stadium Bass Amp 30 watts, Crate
GX 20 M 75 watts, Westburry AMP 65
watts, Gorilla GG-920 Reverb Amp 30
watts. Call 223-3198, Leave message &
phone number,
12/1
For Sale: 5 pc. Pearl Red Slingerlandt
Drum Set with 2 cymbols and top hat,
$400.' Rarely used, can be seen by appt.
Call (850)445-6068 or 584-5390 .
11/29-12/1
Sectional recliner, full bed, end lounger,
brown and beige. 6 months old. $500. Call
584-9455.
11/29-12/1
Ladies size 7 ring 10 kt. gold 3/4 ct
diamond. Paid $180 will sell to best offer.
Call 223-1874'
11/29-12/6
Sofa, loveseat & chair. New micro fiber,
stain resistant,-family'friendly. $600, must
move, delivery available. 850-222-7783.
12/1GCN

End of year bills got you down? Need to
consolidate, don't know where to start? Or
do you just need help with home or aufo?
Call the experts at 1-888-454-6166. No
upfront fees.
12/1-12/20
IRON-FREE
Well Water Company, Inc.
No more rust, bacteria or odor with
ClearSpringTM Mandox water conditioning
system. Guaranteed to work or your money
back. Call today for detailed information.
1-800-437-1128
10/18tflF
JUST IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
Kids John Deere clothing for sale for a
limited time'at Gifts of Grace (584-7770).
Provided by Susan's Tshirts hats &
More.(850-584-3535)
11/17-12/20
Music Lessons Producer/ Guitarist now
available for guitar, string instruments &
voice students, Recording Studio Now
available. Beginners welcome. Call Josh
Noland 850-584-5975
)10/4-12/29
Wanting to start a carpool to Tallahassee.
I leave Perry at 6:30 a.m. (work 8-4:30)
jobsite 1/2 mile north of Capitol Building.
Willing to be flexible with departure times.
Call 584-9107.
11/22-12/15
Kenmore Heavy Duty Gas Dryer $75.00.
223-2642.
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AUCTIONS, K


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Room for rent private bath, private
entrance, living room, small fridge and
T.V. Call 584-8045
12/1tfMC

2 bed/ 2 bath Mobile Home on 1 acre.
Stove, refrigerator, W/D, blinds/drapes,
garden tub, walk-in shower. $550 month,
includes water. 1st, last + security. Call
584-9455.
11/29-12/1
Lakefront, Madison FL 2 bed/2 bth no pets.
$1000 mth. + $1000 deposit. Furnished.
Call 850-973-3025.
12/1-12/13

Southern Villas of Perrv
Looking For Applicants!
HUD Vouchers accepted..1 and 2 BR HC
and non-HC accessible apartments. Office
hours are 8:00 to 5:00 Mon-Thurs. Gall
850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett
Rd. Perry, FL 32347. 'Equal Housing
Opportunity.
8/9tfSV

WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!
Immediate availability on 2BR apartments
with rental assistance to qualified,
applicants: Equal Housing Opportunity.
Office hours are 8:00-5:0) Mon-Triur; C.all
850-584-5668. 709 W. ChurCh St Perry
FL 32348. TDD 711.
10/25tfWA

Commercial Building For Lease Down
town building Brand new. 10 office's
including receptionist. area and waiting
area. All internet and phone equip,
handicap accessible bathroom. Must see,
Call Select Group. Realty at 850-584-4401.
7/12tfnSGR

Lg. Bedroom w/private entrance and bath,
conveniently; located in quiet
neighborhood. All utilities plus table
furnished. $450 month. First and last
month in advance, Only Mature Ladies
need apply. Call 584-2500 to see.
11/8ffBZG
2 BR/ 2 Bth M.H. $500 month + $500 sec.
deposit. No Pets! Call 386-776-2405,
11/29-12/8
FOR RENT- 30 ft, camper unit fully
'urrnied h wo, all utilities paid including
.raihr pickup $80 per week plus $50
deposit. One person 'only, no pets.,
-L'j ,l-ld .rrn -h,- B_' -.cr Rd i.i rl '.11 H.,',,, 1Q0
in rscluded ,area Lall b50-584.45- 51 I wll
call for price.
11/29-12/1
Large One bedroom apartment for rent.
$450 a month, 1st & last month up front.
No children, no pets, couples or single
women only .please. Please call 850-843-
0557 after 5 p.m.
11/22-12/1
For Rent Office Bldg. 4500 sq. ft. Located
on N. Jefferson St. Former Job service
'Bldg., All or part. 850-997-4818.
11/22-12/15

Office Space For Lease 760 sq. ft.,
Central Heat and Air, Carpet floors, H/C
accessible restroom, 201 S. Washington
St. 4-850-971-2811 (office) 1 850-838-
5660(cell)
11/22tfHR

Newly remodeled office Suites available
for lease; electric, water, gas and trash
removal included, only $260 monthly. Call
Select Group Realty @ 850-584-4401.
6/21tfnSGR '


For Sale for as. little as $15,000 you can
own a home. 1700 sq. ft/fenced backyard,
2 acres on Woods Creek Rd. (850)584-
8934.
11/10-12/6
House for Sale 2 or 3 bed/2 bath 2000 sq:
ft. $155,000 405 Judson Dr. Call for.
appointment 584-4892
11/8-12/1
Commercial'Building for sale 13,500 sq.
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-
584-5891. Pete Fortner
7,'i 9nBC

2.04 Woodgate Dr. 3 bed/2 bath brick
home. Fenced in yard, 2 carport. Huge.
kitchen, 1595 Sq. feet. $130,000. 223-
3889.
11/15-12/8

Land For Sale By Owner'
Ocala National Forest Lots
$500 down $199 month
Owner 352-239-5520 or 352-236-4579
Swww.ocalaforestland.com/2nd
10/13-12/6

3 bed/1 bath $18,000 firm to pay off .
mortgage. House assessed at $21,000:.
Located about 2 blocks east of Jenkins
High.School. 1008 West'.Duval. White
stucco w/browh shutters. Had new roof
.ab,,u yrs ago. Needs some work done
on inside. Situated on very pretty lot with
trees lining booth sides of house.
Spacious front and back yard. Call 584-
9107.
11/22-12/15
Land for sale, 221 North Between Shiloh
Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available, Please call (386) 658-1346 or,

SEF*



Advent Christian Village
658-JOBS@5627) or www.ACVillage.net
PT Communications Assistant
Hours may '.vry and include evenings,
weekends, weei-.days partial shifts, or
h.l-:ldav-, a needed" HSD or equivalent
prelerred PrC e~perpence .& proper phone.
cliqu liE1' ieq.'ired Duties include
rnoni,.ri3nq mulrpl inr,,rrinq phone lines
"3:, ,. il a',: lire,' medica,31 emergency,
i:curily, anrd radio communications
systems. Great working environment.
'EOE; DFWV Apply in person at ACV
F'ersonne[ Leparmrrerit Mon thru Fri, 9:00
;a nm until 4 ('I0 p m Carter Village Hall,
r0Ni.Ei .ADoIiriq Park Drive Dowling Park,
FL FA. resurne to 386) 658-5160:
8N'. I

Setup & Delivery Person good license ,
TIU I be ."1
Sales Person Apply in person at 1225 S.
Jefferson St. Perry, FL. Badcock Home -
Furniture & More. "
11/29tfBC

Needed Class A driver with -frame less
dump trailer experience. Call Fred at 578-
3148.
12/1-12/13

Security.Officers needed goodfpay, local
steady work, call 85,0-672-9306 and ask for
Rich. C&C Protective Services.
.'. 1 -8


The District School Board of Taylor position. Must have (or be willing to oDbain
County Head Start.Program is accepting a CDL class B with P and S
applications for the following vacant endorsements, Also, must be a positive,
position: Bus Aide(Steinhatche.e) 9 mos 4 Christian role model. For more information
hrs. (2 hrs. in the' morning, 2 hrs in the or to'apply, please contact the school at
afternoon) Minimum qualifications are: A 997-3597.
High School. Diploma, patience and a 12/1-12/8ACA
special desire to work with preschool
students. Must be in excellent physical Part Time Dental Assistant Are you kind,
condition and able to. do heavy, lifting, compassionate, people oriented, and
Ability to follow instructions and motivated to succeed? We are seeking an
communicate effectively and courteously, exceptional, experienced dental assistant
Interested applicants please contact, who would like to work 3 days a week,
Employment Connections, 584-7604. This over Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday,
position is open to. school board as part of a quality oriented dental team.
employees and the general public. The We value individuals with superior patient
Taylor County School Board adheres to a communication skills. If you are searching
drug free workplace policy. Drug testing for a. meaningful opportunity to grow and
with a negative result is required Head fulfill your potential, please fax your
Start employees mus: pass health resume 10 (152) 498-0062 or contact us at
screening, fingerprinting, and bacI' round 352-498-7 00
check reaMred bv ;CF for ihc.imr-..l-.tj2??12/iCCD...,. ,,, ..,
daycare' orRes. Cosin-r,g date l,.r trhi
position is December 6, 2006, 12:00 noon. Avon Reps Needed. Do you need extra
If reasonable ADA accommodations are Christmas money? I can start you making
needed for the application process, please 50% Free gift w/sign-up $10 for kit. Call
notify our Personnel Director during the BJ 850-584-6289 or 850-843-2605.
application period at 850-838-2500. 11/24-12/29
1-,/29-12/1 HS







Join Aaron's, Perry.. Like phone, sales, filing?
S Paid training, bonus, benefits.

Closed Sunday! APPLY IN PERSON
^ 1870 S. Jefferson St.
Great Pay
Medical/Dental Plan Perry, Fl.
Bonus ; franmaun@msn.com (next to Wal-Mart)


S "' FOR SALE

1996 Doublewide Mobile Home


Mobile home is already set up in park, ready to move
into or move to your land. All appliances and washer
& dryer included. Has storm, double windows.
First person takes it for $15,000...584-5276






Rlls&lP1I


RNs & LPNs

All Shifts


CNAs


WANT TO BUY

Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
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

Call MarkSo 8 A5*4-6 *soh *ge om n


Point of Beginning



SProperties




Vicki T. Ratliff, Lic. Real Estate Broker
(850) 584-2704

1956 4 BR, 2 BA Concrete Block Home on .50 acre.
Split Plan, over 2300 sq. ft., inground pool, $139,500'

1961 3 BR, 1.5 BA Brick Home on 2 1/2 city lots in nice
neighborhood, new appliances, over 1,800 sq.ft. $122,500

MOTIVATED SELLER
BRING ALL REASONABLE OFFERS
35 acres on Albert Hendry Rd., 10 miles north of Perry.
Divided into three 10+ acre tracts. $7,500/acre.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
Fitness Center with long term history. Would consider
selling building separately. Call for more details.
www.pointofbeginning.net


3pm-11 pm shifts, 11 pm 7 am shifts


Weekend Treatment Nurse
RN or LPN
Sue Love, Director of Nursing


C;N.A.s Opening on 2-10 shift for full
time person. Also, part time evening on 6
a.m. tp 2 p.m. shift, and on 10 p.m. 6 a.m.
shift. Seeking only person who have
excellent attendance record and like
working in long term care field. Smaller
facility allowing persons to become
familiar with residents and other staff. If
you have high standards you will like this
opportunity. Contact Jennifer Richardson.
Lafayette Health Care Center, 512 W.
Main St. Mayo, FL 386-2949-3300.
11/29-12/8LHC
Electrician must be able to work any
*shift. Requires Industrial Electrician work
experience or training with knowledge of
480 volts, 3 phase electrical. PLC
Experience preferred. Apply in person at
Gilman Building Products, 1509 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy., Equal Opportunity Employer,
Drug Free Work Place.
11/29-12/8GBP
Risk Manager/ Staff Development
Coordinator Madison Nursing Center
S(located in Madison, FL between
Tallahassee and Valdosta, GA) is a 60-
bed skilled care facility, looking for an
energetic and caring team member to
direct our Risk Managemnet and Staff
Development. Prior- experience in a
Nursing Home with knowledge of rules and
regulations is 'a must! We are small, but
are a part of a wonderful company with
caring individuals who have a desire to
improve ihe lives of our Residents.and
Stalf Call 850-973-4880 Ask for Jane
Davis Administrator
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LPN Opening for 10 p.m.-6 a.m. Vacancy
due to staff member retiring. Seeking team
playing, conscientious person who enjoys
relationships formed working in long term
care. Smaller, modern facility with nice
working environment. Contact Holly Reed,
Director of Nursing. Lafayette Health Care
Center, 512 W. Main St., Mayo, FL 386-
294-3300.
1'1/22-12/1 LHC

Experienced HVAC/R service technicians
with a minimum of 5 yrs experience.
starting wages $14-16/hr. Call 850-584-
.3626
8/23tfnAR

TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Road Maintenance Tech $8.04/ hr. +
. benefits
Heavy Equipment Operator $9.31/hr
Planner $34,777 $39,145 + benefits
Library Tech (part time) $7.29 hr,
Librar' .Tech (full time) $8.04 hr.
Library Clerk part time $8.04/hr.
Fire Fighter $10.78/ hr.
Entire job descriptions and requirements
can be viewed at
www.taylorcountygov.com or Taylor
Employment Connections, 1702 S.
Jefferson St. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County is an EOENP/Drug
Testing/ Background Check Employer.
11/22tfnBCC
Aucilla Christian Academy is currently
accepting applications for. a bus driver














Low Cost Pet Vaccinations!
Saturday, 12/2 from 12 noon-2 pm at
Country Time Feed in Perry. Dog, Cat and
horse vaccination specials. Heart worm
test & Coggins. Heart worm and Ilea 1
prevention available. Pick up your ffyer
today at Countyr Time Feed.
11/29-12/1

Female Black Lab needs home found 2
weeks ago. Call 223-3448
12/1 .1 :,

Free Kittens. Call 584-5643.
12/1
Horses for Sale!
Mini horse, great with kids, brown & white
paint pony $500; TB Horse Bay $1000,.
O.B.O. 850-584-7700 (leave number) or.
850-223-2221 (leave number).
11/24-12/5

Jack Russell puppies $300 Call 578-
3148.
11/15

BOXER/AMERICAN PITT PUPPIES born
Oct.30th ready by Dec.24th.7 males & 2
females beautiful pups.$100.00 (386)776-
2956. Deposits are currently being taken





FOUND: Mini Datson, call Ironwood
Homes. 838-9090.
11/29-12/1


For Sale FN-FAL Rifle w/wood furniture
perfect condition. 2 magazines, semi.hard
case, imbel receiver, scope & support.
retails for over $1500. Asking $1150 OBO .
(850)697-9620. Serious Only!
11/22-12/1

Boat for Sale! 2004 19' Bluewave 90 horse
Yahama Center Console Frontdeck, live
well, cooler seat. VHF Raido very nice
boat. $13,000. Day 672-0755, night 584-
2106 .
S11/itf ..
'06' Travel Trailer 37 ft. with slide out has
awaning, air, W/D, to much to iisi Used 3
months. Must sell. See at Gas Mart RV
Park 2 miles Sfh. of Perry on S.R. 19 Cell
phone 260-578-0300
11/29-12/1




1999 Lincoln Town Car Cartier, one owner,
fully loaded, 74,300 actual miles,
excellent condition. $9,995. Call 584-4873
11/29-12,1


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Free pick up of abandoned & unwanted
vel'ricles! heavy equipment Top cash or,
ali that run Cail 86-344-3930
11,'12.2,7

Wanted dead,Dr alive Junk cars, trucks
tractors. etc. Wanted Isuzu and -oyota
trucks for export 386-688-3999
11/24S


S.; NEED CASH?
GOT JutiK9
GOT JutN CARS TRu:.'
I BUt SCRAP METALS"
850-838-JUNK 15865)
State Certified Scales
7/28-1/03




FAMILY/ COUNSEL G CEnrTER located ar
Crosspoint Baptist Fellowship 920
Courtney Rd-on Tuesdays with Dr Sylvia
Tomberlin Call today for an appointment
1850) 50,8-6077 or (850) 584-5441
Counseling Cell Church
(anytime} |Mon, Tues, Thurs I
11/2,2-01/31

J D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
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GULF COAST f

METAL 3TWide

ROOFING Galvdaume

Fu','" 3 Wide
accessories In tQCgk Painted

Special Flashings Made All Types Warranted Metal Available
S1" I ..it. ir Jerred lengths DeIlVer- Service. atlable
Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-* 78 Horseshoe Beach, Fl.


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Bail

Bonds _,,_

Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
"Where Everyday Is Springtime"
107 N. 2757
Jefferson St. 584 275


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

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


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MOM & Pop
LAWN SERVICES
(850)843-7579


- Palm Trees Done Protessionally! 20 years
experience, slump grinding, tree trimming.
Licensed & -nsured Call John at 850-672-
0290 .
tf :. ': ,
CARPET VINYL '
installationn add repairs done at a good
price No overhead Direct savings to you.
30 years experience 8.50-838-9050
. Please ceave message.


TREE CAPITAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET
CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours

584-CLEAN
(584-2533)


For Sale -.1990 Eddie Bauer Bronco, 302
v-8 4x4 good condition, fully loaded,
custom wheels 152 330 miles, $4,500.
Call 584 2662 alter 6 p m
11/?9-12/8

'89' Pord Ranger ex cab automatic, well-
maintained, 160k miles $1500 0 B.C.
Call 584-4953
11/29-12/1
For Sale 1999 Red Chevy S-10 Eireme
87k miles, recent new tires Manual Irans
tinted windows, bed liner AlC neal
Pioneer stereo system wCD player,
Sounds GREAT' Tinted windows front
and bacl euro light runs great Askihg
S5 000 Call 1850)445-6068 or 584-5390
leave message ,
,11/29.12,/1
UWS Truckbox single lid, black powder
coat. -75 cu ft (small truck) $125 Like
new
Brand New P205/75 RiS-Mastercraft tire
mounted on GM nrim 30 Call 843-2418.
10/20BG

1993 Ford Ranger V6, excellent condition,
manual Call (850) 223-1192
12/1-12/29 -


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In the Circuit Court of the third Judicial
Circuit of Florida, in and for Taylor..
SCounty, Florida.
Case No.: 06-691-DR
Latisha P. Patterson,
Petitioner/wife .
and
Michael Louis Smith,
.Respondent/ husband.
Notice of Suit
To: Michael Louis Smith
4254 Bench Mark Trace
Tallahassee, FL
Your are hereby notified that a Petitonrer.
for. dissolution of marriage has- been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your answer or other
pleadings to the peinnone, ; attorney,
Conrad C. Bishop, Jr., Post Office Bo
167, Perry, Florida 32347, or.o file ine
Original answer or pleading in'the office
of the Clerk of the above-named Court
on or before the -'ri day of
je,:cemr er 2006.
I ,-j .3 o i:' do so, Judgment ::, aeroull
: ill be taken against you for rrie iiee
a m 3'.a, o' ir, ire petition,-
'/.irne,, n-,, rna-3 and official seal this 26
dlay of October, 2006. -
SAnnie Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti LaValle
Deputy Clerk
11/17, 11/24, 12/1, 12/8


lOriCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned Intends to sell -re c19eiono'
property described below tc. enforce a
lien imposed on said proper, unaer nme
Florida Self Storage Facility "c l t:rar,reo
,(section 83,801-83.809)
The undersigned will sell at public sale by
competitive bidding on the 9th .dy of,
December, 2006, at 10:00 am,, on the
prermics .here ;oild property has been.
S 'orea onr ii.-ri -,ae located at'Ldodk.&
.i (irili ;l,:,.i,,.a i 09 S, Jefferson Street,'
Paer F, oii.ao Cour, iof Taylor, State of
Fl iido ne in-.: II,:..*ing '
Christopher Camley. Unit B12. household
goods
Felicia Edmond, Wnit F76&F95, household .
goods
Evelyn Weaver, Unit A45, 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 sole. Sale..
subject to cancellation In the event pf
settlement between owner and
obligated party,
Dated this 10th day of February, 2006."
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2006 a busy year for Steinhatchee


COMMUNITY CENTER
Continued from page B-1
lighting and electric. The' center
and grounds look wonderful. We
have installed a new sound system
and lighting in the building, and
upgraded our children's play area.
We thank Buddy Humphries for
arranging roof repairs for us. We
are ready for the next 20 years of
use. Meg Fleming, committee
chairperson of our annual
Steinhatchee Community Project
Board, Inc., scholarship program,
did a great job with the selection of
our area students to receive $2,800.
We have had a busy year and it
is not over yet. Beta Sigma Phi
will begin their decorating for
Christmas in the Park, which will
be held Friday, Dec. 8.
We will begin plans for our 2007
Fishing Tournament in December
with the event to be held March 17.
We wish to thank Jack Bishop.and
Brian Goddard, who were the
guiding lights in our tournament.
The communities they have. chosen
to be their new homes have two

Fantasy genre

hopes rest on

Eragon movie
DECEMBER
Continued from page B-2
Debbie Reynolds in the 1973
version) and Steve Buscemi as the
rat Templeton. Other well-known
actors providing voices include
Oprah Winfrey, Kathy Bates, John
Cleese, Thomas Haden Church,
Robert Redford, Cedric the
Entertainer, Jennifer Garner and
Reba McEntire.
"Charlotte's Web" has big shoes
to fill, but even if it doesn't live up
to the original, the story is a classic
which should entertain even the
most jaded of child viewers (and
maybe even a few of the parents
who saw the original as a child).
"Charlotte's Web" is rated G.
Rounding out the Dec. 15
debuts is "Eragon," another
adaptation, this time of the
worldwide best selling novel of
the same name by author
Christopher Paolini, who was only
17 when the book was published
In the story, a farm boy (played
by newcomer Edward Speleers)
happens upon a dragon's egg
which leads him on a journey .
where he becomes the only one
who can protect his country from
an evil king.
After "The Lord of the Rings"
films made billions at the box
office, it was predicted that the
fantasy movie genre would finally
make a comeback. So far, with the
exception of the well-received
"Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion,
the Witch and the Wardrobe,"
another famous adaptation, that
hasn't happened yet. (The. second
"Chronicles" movie, "Prince
Caspian," is set for a 2008
release.)
With the possibility of follow-
up films if "Eragon" is successful-
-the. book is the first novel in a
planned trilogy with the second
book already published--it seems
odd for 20th Century Fox to trust
their movie with a unproven
director. That's exactly what they
did, however, with Stefen
Fangmeier, who makes his
directorial debut with, this film
after years as a visual effect
supervisor on such films as
"Lemony Snicket's A Series of
Unfortunate Events," "Master and
Commander: The Far Side of the
World," "Signs" and
"Dreamcatcher." Hopefully his
years with effects will help 'him in
the special effects laden movie.
One thing he does have going for
him: he's directing a movie about
dragons and he has "Fang" irl his
last name. That's got to count for :
something, right?
I am a fan of fantasy fiction and
movies and feel fortunate to be
able to go to movies at a time
when the special effects
technology has reached the point
where it can mostly approximate
the imagination of authors. Each
movie, however, that does not do
well at the box office, especially
compared to the successes of the
"Lord of the Rings" and
"Chronicles of Narnia" movies,
hurts the chances of additional
fantasy movies getting the green


'light.
I am unfamiliar with the novel
it's based on, but I hope for the
sake of the entire genre that
"Eragon" is a success.
"Eragon" has not yet been rated.
Well, you may have noticed that
I'm only halfway through the
month, but you're at the end of the
column. In true Hollywood
fashion... to be continued.
See you next week.


great volunteers. The event we held
in October 2005 which we called
Riverfest will return April 7, 2007.
Due to popular demand, the
board has agreed to put on our
"Fiesta in the Park" again Nov. 24.
This is an event that the board
sponsored for 12 years. We expect
to also bring back the Fiesta parade
to begin festivities that day.
Our local organizations and
clubs are in full swing with new
members always welcome. -
We thank all our contributors
and volunteers who make our
events and projects possible. Our
community is blessed by their
presence.


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