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Place of Publication: Perry Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 2006
Publication Date: 1958-
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    Section A: Main: Living
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    Section A: Main: Sports
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    Section A: Main: Religion
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News Forum


Toys for Tots Motorcycle
Run Saturday
The 2006 Taylor County Toys for
Tots Motorcycle Run will be held this
Saturday, Dec. 9, starting at 10 a.m. All
riders are asked to meet at the Taylor
County Courthouse. Admission is an
unwrapped toy.
Due to the cold weather, anyone
who wishes to participate, but not ride
in the extreme cold, may gather at the
Econfina Resort around noon with
their gifts and still be part of the
festivities.
Entertainment' will be provided by
"Faster Than Flash." The event is
being sponsored by Nature Coast, Inc.
and Econfina Resort.
For more information, contact
Wendy at 584-5263.

Reorganization meeting
Tuesday
There will be an- informational
meeting for all those interested in
reorganization efforts for the Special
Olympics Taylor County program on
Tuesday, Dec. 12, at 7 p.m., at the
Taylor Gymnastics Center. Parents,
caretakers and teachers are invited to
attend and learn more about
upcoming calendar of events.
For additional information: please
contact Nancy -Sianioh ar
nancystanton@sofl.org or (407) 402-
8604.

It's a wrap!
Do you have Christmas gifts that
needs to be wrapped? Bring them to
Evangel Christian Fellowship (1454
Courtney Road) Saturday, Dec. 16,
from 2-6 p.m., and let the Evangel
Christian Fellowship Relay for Life
team wrap them for you.
Boxes will not be provided; the cost
will be $1 per gift.

Heroe comes Santa!
Santa Claus will be checking up on
all the little boys and girls at Keaton
Beach during a special visit this
Saturday, Dec. 9--and he will be
arriving by airboati Children ages .10
and under are invited to share their
wish lists with Santa.

Color will return
"Color" will return to our front page,
but not until a press part about the
size of a quarter finds its way through
the snow and down to Perry. Your
patience is appreciated.

Band BoostePs meets
Monday
The "Pride of Taylor" Band Boosters
will meet Monday, Dec. 11, at 7 p.m. in
the band room at Taylor County High
School. All parents of band students
are asked to attend.


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Stove explodes
The force of a gas stove explosion blew out kitchen windows, destroyed the room's ceiling
and critically injured homeowner Walter Wright. The incident occurred just after 12 noc
Wednesday on West Spring.Place. The State Fire Marshall's Office is handling the investigation
into the cause of the explosion.




County Fire Chief Mi


Taylor County Fire Rescue Chief
Steve Miller will step down from
his position effective Monday,
Dec. 11.
According to County
Administrator Buddy Humphries,
Miller will remain with Fire
Rescue, :assuming the position of
lieutenant.
--. "Chle t N illi wishes .to,-,-e..
released from his administrative


duties and apply his firefighting
and life-saving skills in the field,"
Humphries said Thursday.
"During the next few weeks an
interim fire chief will be appointed
by myself," Humphries said.
"Once the interim fire chief is
appointed, a search will begin for a
permanent fire chief.
......,,"Durin Chief M miller' tihree-
year tenure he has brought 'the


Taylor County Fire and Rescue
Service to .a higher level of
standards and operations,"
Humphries added.
"I would like to take this
opportunity to express my
appreciation for all that Chief
Miller has done for the citizens of
Taylor.County."
..... Miller.was.hired by e .:t nii in
April 2004, following a two-year


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. Man inj ured




in explosion


State Fire Marshals are
investigating the cause of an
'. explosion Wednesday that/ blew
S the ceiling out of a West Spring
Place home and critically injured
56-year-old Walter Wright
-,..; Wright sustained bums to his
head and arms; he is listed in
critical condition at Shands
Hospital in Gainesville.
An eyewitness at the scene, said
he was standing at the edge of
Wright's driveway when he heard
an loud explosion and saw
Wright's cap fly through the
blown-out window into the yard.
The man ran to Wright's aid and
also called 911 for help.
)g Doctors' Memorial Hospital
Dn Emergency Medical Services
Dn (EMS) was first to arrive on scene,
joined by units from the City of


Perry Fire Department and the
Perry Police Department. A city
utilities specialist was also called
to the home to check the outside
line connection.
Lt. Jamie Cruse stated that
Wright's injuries were "consistent
with him being in the area of stove
when it exploded."
Wright was transported directly
to the Perry/Foley Airport, where
he was transferred to an AirMedic
helicopter and flown to
Gainesville.
Due to the severity of Wright's
injuries, the State Fire Marshall's
Office was called to the scene to
investigate the cause of the
explosion.
The explosion blew out the
",. Please see page 2


ler steps down


search for. a fire chief.
Miller came to Perry with a
extensive background in fire
service, having retired in April
2002 after 25 years with the City of
Tallahassee Fire Department.
In recommending him for the
job, County Manager Buddy
Humphries noted "because the
p: ition's qualifications and
ILequir c m,:en are very professional,


we have had a difficult time
recruiting a qualified individual.
We have been advertising for over
two years in many professional
journals, newspapers and on the
web.
"Staff has had extensive
interview with Steve and we
believe him to be very qualified
and capable of filling the position
of fire clI-t "


Accused baby killer back in court Monday


A Taylor County man who is
accused of killing his seven-week-
old baby daughter in Lafayette
County will appear in Circuit
Court Monday for pre-trial before
Circuit Judge Harlow H. Land.
Jeffery Daniel Ray, 34, was
arrested Aug. 17, here--the same


day a Lafayette County Grand Jury
passed down an indictment for
felony murder in the first degree
and aggravated child abuse for the
death of his. seven-week-old
daughter.
According to Lafayette County
Sheriffs Office Cpt. John Young,


Chaperone caught


on camera stealing

A man who was filmed stealing more than $300 while acting as a
chaperone for local athletes competing at a Special Olympics tournament
in Orlando has been arrested and'charged with grand theft III..
Taylor County Sheriffs Office Eric Woods said he met with a parent
who said that while returning to Taylor County from Orlando on a school
bus (it was a non-school function), she discovered that, a brown bag--
belonging to her and containing $320 and other items--had been stolen.
The victim told Woods that Transportation Director Larry Hendry had a
videotape, which the camera on the bus filmed, which showed Bill Gene
Howell, 35, committing the crime.
Woods said after receiving information, "TCSO Dep. Chris Folsom and
I made contact with Hendry at the bus shed to see the tape.
"As we watched the videotape, you could clearly see Bill Howell steal
the bag from the bus," Woods added.
The case was turned over to the State Attorney's Office, which issued a
warrant for Howell's arrest. Howell was taken into custody early Saturday,
and booked at the Taylor County Jail.


County-DCA dispute


will move to hearing


The Taylor County Commission
voted unanimously last week to
move forward with an
administrative hearing with the
Florida Department of Community
Affairs (DCA) concerning its
ongoing disagreement with the
state agency over development
densities along the county's
coastline.
The commission requested
affected citizens to come to last
week's regular board meeting to
discuss their views.
Earlier this year, DCA declared
part of the county comprehensive
plan "not in compliance."
At issue is the allowable
building densities in land zoned
mixed-use urban development in
areas designated "coastal high
hazard area" (CHHA) if water and


sewer service are available.
The county says it's 20 units per
acre; DCA says it's four.
In the county's comprehensive
plan, which was adopted in 1990,
it states in the section concerning
the CHHA the maximum density if
water service is available is four
units per acre.
It does not mention what the
density would be if both water and
sewer service is available.
According to DCA's position,
that means the density is four.
But the county contends that the
issue is addressed in the section.
concerning the mixed-use urban
category, which does state the
density is 20 units per acre when
water and sewer'is available.
-"* Please see page 3


emergency rescue services were
called to the Ray home in Mayo on
March 20.
. When medical personnel
arrived, a seven-week-old baby,
Bailea Leann Ray, was
unresponsive and deputies were
called to the scene. Young
explained that medical services in
Lafayette, as many other counties,
run a two-person crew. When a
patient codes (stops breathing), the
two attendants are needed in the
back of the emergency vehicle, and
a deputy is called to drive.
The baby was flown to Shands
Gainesville Hospital, but did not
survive. Her body was sent to the
medical examiner's office for an
autopsy and their findings were
reviewed by a Grand Jury this
month.
The indictment for Ray reads, in
part, "The Grand Jurors of


Lafayette County charge that
Jeffery Daniel Ray on or about the
20th day of March, in Lafayette
County, unlawfully and while
committing the felony. of
aggravated child abuse upon
Bailea Leann Ray, a child, did
murder her by striking, beating,
shaking, or otherwise traumatizing
her in some manner and by some
means to the Grand Jury unknown,
thereby inflicting upon her, mortal
wounds and injuries... and she
died."
In a second count, "The Grand
Jurors further charge that Jeffery
Daniel Ray, did then and .there,
commit an aggravated battery
upon Bailea Leann Ray and/or did
torture or maliciously punish her
and/or did knowingly and willfully
abuse her and in doing so, caused
great bodily harm and/or
permanent disability to her."


Young said he understood that
Ray moyed back to Perry shortly
after the death of his -daughter,
along with his wife and their two
and one-half-year-old son, who the
state later removed from their
care.
After the Grand Jury's
indictment, Ray was arrested at a
Granger Quarters address by
Taylor County Sheriffs Office
deputies Rusty Davis, Robert
Lundy, Buddy Lee, Bryan Hayden,
Greg Gulbrandsen and Perry
Police Department Ptl. Brian
Curry.
Ray, through his public defender
attorney, entered a plea of "not
guilty" on Aug. 25, and returned
for another arraignment day, Aug.
29, before Circuit Judge Harlow H.
Land. Ray is being held in the
Lafayette County .Jail with no
bond.


Thanksgiving in Iraq
Thanksgiving was also celebrated by U.S. soldiers currently deployed overseas. Above, a
photo taken by Army Lt. Stephen Smith of Perry shows U.S. soldiers celebrating
the holiday alongside members of the Iraqi Army. This photos and many others have been
posted on Smith's online blog, which can be seen at Gatorlt.blogspot.com. The Rotary Club of
Perry has adopted Smith's platoon, sending care packages and holiday greeting cards to the
soldiers.


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Tallahassee to stay with TEC


The Tallahassee City
Commission Wednesday voted 3-2
to follow its staffs
recommendation and remain
involved in the Taylor Energy
Center (TEC). here.
The city was voting on its 20-
year energy plan which not only
included the TEC project but other
long-term energy enhancements
for the capital city.
Wednesday's decision commits
Tallahassee to the TEC project at
least through 2008, when it's
expected to have its permits.
About 20 residents of Leon and
Taylor counties showed up
wearing blue to protest the $1.5
billion project. Among those from


Taylor County were John and Gale
Dickert and Joy Towles Ezell.
Tallahassee officials have
authorized up to $6.4 million to be
spent on the Taylor County plant
through 2008. About $1.5 million
has been spent to date.
The commissioners opposing the
plan, Allan Katz and Andrew
Gillum, suggested the city press
for TEC to build an Integrated
Gasification Combine Cycle
(IGCC) plant as opposed to one
utilizing Supercritical Pulverized
Coal technology.
But the commissioners were told
that TEC's other partners have
already ruled out an IGCC plant.
In a seven-page report


Tallahassee's utility department
noted that an IGCC unit can
capture carbon dioxide (C02),
believed to be a contributor to
global warming, prior to
combustion.


"Once the C02 is stripped from
the syngas, you end up with a
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Fight or settle?


COUNTY-DCA
Continued from page 1
According to County Attorney
Conrad Bishop, DCA never raised
the issue until the commission,
from a recommendation from the
North Central Florida Regional
Planning Council, amended the
comp plan last year to add in extra
language in the CHHA section
c-.larifying the county's position.
The county's options were to
,pursue the administrative hearing
or negotiate with DCA, Bishop
'said.
. At last week's meeting, those
,,who spoke were divided on
,whether the county should fight
DCA or settle.
Taylor County resident Dr.
Kenneth Hutchins, who has been
working with the county since the
issue began, said the commission
has ample evidence backing its
position for a hearing.
"Who is going to rule Taylor

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Continued from page 2
manufjciurers are working on
developing the turbines that can
combust the hydrogen rich fuel-
but -they are not currently
offering them for commercial
operation," the report states.
The report also noted that the
turbines are not expected to be
commercially available until
about 2014 and that an IGCC
unit would not be operational
until 2018. TEC officials say
the plant must be operational by
2012.


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County? Us or DCA?" Hutchins
asked.
Beach resident Jim Zurbrick
objected to the county using
taxpayers' money to fight the state
to "defend individuals."
"I don't like Tallahassee telling
us what we have to do," beach
resident Jerry Cawthon said. "We
have a right to home rule. I don't
understand why we're being
targeted."
"If you go up, you're going to
spend a lot of taxpayer money,"
Taylor County resident Rick
Causey said, adding that the
money would be better spent
hiring a county planner.
Following the public.comments,
Bishop said that if the county goes
forward with the administrative
hearing, "the ultimate decision is
with the administrative law judge,
not DCA.
"I personally feel that if we
made an offer for 16 units per acre,
they probably wouldn't agree."
He added, however, that "it
doesn't show a sign of weakness to
make an offer."
After several minutes of
discussions, Commissioner Clay
Bethea made a motion to pursue
the 20 units per acre rather than a
compromise. Chairman Malcolm
Page then passed the gavel to
second the motion. The measure
passed unanimously.


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Three families welcome new babies


Addison Avery Aman
Keith Aman and Marie Adams of Eridu announce the birth of their
daughter, Addison Avery, on Oct. 5, 2006, at 10:51 p.m. in the Women's
Pavilion of Tallahassee. The new arrival weighed 8.4 pounds and was 19.75
inches long.
Maternal grandparents are John and Betty Adams of Pensacola.
Paternal grandparents are Jerry and Geraldine Aman of Eridu. Paternal
great grandparents are Wilbur Aman, and the late Barbara S. Aman of Perry.
The new arrival joins sister, Chelsea Aman who is 10, and brother, Bradley
Williams who is 7.
Isis Lilith McGlocklin
David and Melissa McGlocklin announce the birth of their daughter, Isis
Lilith. Isis was born in West Warwick, R.I., on, Oct. 30, 2006, weighing 5
pounds and 10 ounces. She was 18.5 inches long.
Her paternal grandparents are Dalene McGlocklin of Perry and the late
Tom McGlocklin; maternal grandparents are Sheri Carroll of Westminster,
Calif., and Jerry Griffiths of Las Vegas, Nevada.
Noah Joseph Richardson
Melissa and Fred Richardson III announce the birth of their son, Noah
Joseph, on Oct. 27, 2006, at 6:36 a.m. in Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. He
weighed 8.8 pounds and was 20.75 inches long.,
Maternal grandparents are Edward "Lee" and Mary Jo Weirick. Paternal
grandparents are Hazel Richardson and the late Fred Richardson Jr.
The new arrival was welcomed by sister, Kaleah, of Perry, Fred IV and
Nidia who reside in Connecticut.


In South Florida

Magazine picks Magee

for 'prominent' listing
Dr. Brenda Sermons Magee was recently selected as one of South
Florida's 25 Most Influential & Prominent Black Women by Success
magazine.
Magee, who is the daughter of Frankye Sermons of Perry and the late
Willie Sermons Sr., graduated in 1966 from Jerkins .High School. She is
now assistant superintendent of curriculum and learning support for the
Palm Beach County School District.
During her career, Magee served as a middle school and high shcool
principal, and a district and central office director for the school district.
She is an active member of Links, Inc., the Palm Beach Literacy
Coalition, and Delta Sigma Theta sorority, and a past board member of
Palms West Hospital, the Community Foundation of Palm Beach and the
Pew Education Foundation.
Success magazine is published in Miami, andfocuses on "News Uniting.
South Florida's Black Professional Communities."


Addison Avery Aman


Isis Lilith McGlocklin


Noah Joseph Richardson


)ut loria's Biack roiessionai Communiues. Brenda Sermons Magee
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AMENDED NOTICE OF TAX

FOR

SCHOOL CAPITAL OUTLAY


The District School Board of Taylor County

will soon consider a measure to amend the

use of property tax for the capital outlay

projects previously advertised for the 2006/

07 school year.


New Project to be funded:


MAINTENANCE, RENOVATION,

AND REPAIR

Renovation and Repair

of Dorsett Stadium



All concerned citizens are invited to a public
hearing to be held on December 12, 2006, at 7:00
p.m., in the School Board Meeting Room, located
at the Alton H. Wentworth Administrative Complex,
318 North Clark Street, Perry, Florida.


A DECISION on the proposed amendment to the
projects funded from CAPITAL OUTLAY TAXES
will be made at this meeting.


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For Virginia, Dub Cruce

50th anniversary celebration
The family of Virginia and Dub Cruce cordially invite you to a reception
on Dec. 16, 2006, in honor of the couple's 50th wedding anniversary.: The
reception will be held at Joyce's Main Street Cafe between the hours of 2
and 4 p.m. The couple requests no gifts, please, except the gift of your
presence.
For Louise Elizabeth Blume -'"E


Celebration

will honor

90th birthday
Louise Elizabeth Dasher
Blume will be honored on the
occasion of her 90th birthday
Saturday, Dec. 16, from 3-5 p.m.
at Sheryl's. located at 515 Fifth
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Mrs. Blume' was born in
Valdosta, Ga., on Dec. 20, 1916,
to Tally Isaiah andLena Dasher-
-the oldest of eight children.
When she was still a young
child, her family moved to
Suwannee County.
On July 16, 1936, she married
James Victor Blume of Live Oak
and they raised their family of
five in Perry, later returning to
Live Oak during retirement
years.
Before her retirement, Mrs.
Blume was the executive
housekeeper at Suwannee
County Hospital; she has since
enjoyed family, traveling,
gardening and fishing.
Her family and friends
cordially invite everyone to join
in this birthday celebration and
request no gifts, please.


Louise Elizabeth Blume






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Gibson's secret to a wonderful life?




Coming to North Florida


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 II
So he turned his face toward the
New Florida Frontier.
How did he travel? We only
know that he fought his way out of
aZ, encounter with deserters in
upper Georgia and was on foot
when he entered Madison County
in the region of Concord Baptist
Church. His youth lay behind him;
he was handicapped for life.
Somnewhere along the line, he had
renounced his calling in the
Catholic Church and had become a
member of the Baptist Church. The
forces and circumstances which
motivated this change will, very
probably, remain the secret of his
own heart.
So far as I have been able to
determine, he settled near New
Hopeful Baptist Church on the
* land now owned by his son, Mr.
Tom Gibson's estate. Actually, I
understand that his home was in
front of ,the present Gibson
residence where his grandson,
Woodrow, presently lives, and that
much of the material in the old
house was used in constructing the
present home. Three days past his
41st.birthday, on June 16, 1867,
I the color' ofhis life turned brighter N
by "an 'act '6 extremely good
fortune. On that day he led Mary
Jane, the 18-year-old daughter of
Jon Calvin Loper, to the wedding
altar. He married Mary Jane in a
double ceremony with his soon-to-
become brother-in-law, Ace Loper,
who was joined in wedlock to Miss
Sally Witt. I am sure it was a
memorable day in New Hopeful
Community. Probably, prior to this
time, and certainly not long after it,
he laid the basis for much of his
great service to the needy areas of
North. Florida. He turned his great
talents and superlative education
into the channels of teaching.
This is not to say that he taught
school exclusively. He was a man
of diverse talents all his days.
Besides general farming, he was a
good practical blacksmith who
could mend or make most of the
agricultural implements of his day.
He was a rather excellent carpenter
and had the reputation for keeping
his tools carefully and in a razor
sharp condition'all the time. Mrs.
Laura Grimsley, his youngest
daughter still living in her 85th"


year at Cherry Lake, said that
Captain Gibson did not want
anyone to take liberties with' his
tools. Mrs. Grimsley said that his
usual sunny disposition would
cloud in short order if his tools
were bothered. Strangest of all,
this man in late life, relatively
speaking, took on another calling.
The records seem to reflect that it
was in his 66th year that he was
ordained to the Christian ministry
in the Baptist Church. He spoke
with great clarity and ability. It was
my good fortune as a lad to hear
Reverend Gibson preach when the
captain was well above 80 years of:
age. I can remember his balancing
himself on his crutch as he


extended over nearly 40 years. It
is, of course, impossible to tell in
detail of his magnificent services
as a teacher. He taught out close to
the people; often in one-room
schools.
I see in some yellowing old
records where he drew $30 per
month. But there were other
compensations. 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, for this was Cary
A. Hardee, one of. his prized
pupils.
For more than 20 years Captain
Gibson was clerk of the old Florida


Civil War veteran Harry Bryant Gibson


brilliantly preached the Gospel
tidings.,
But, long before his entry into
the proclamation of the Gospel, he
had felt the need for better
education among the people of
North Florida. There had been
rather feeble efforts to establish
public education prior to the war.
Madison did have the famed St.
Johns Seminary of Learning but it
was a privately-owned institution.
But the impact of an unsuccessful
and devastating war had virtually
brought education to a standstill.
So the brilliant captain moved out
to the relief of the ignorant masses.
We know that his teaching ranged
far and wide and. must have


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and Middle Florida Baptist
Association. I have gone over the
old minutes. They are marvels of
literary. finesse and'craftsmanship,
reflecting his careful training
under the wondrous Catholic
teachers. The facts of his life shine
ever so brilliantly in many
directions.
Another of them was his family
life. He and his gracious wife
reared three daughters and two
sons. Mary, the oldest daughter,
married Bill Smith. She was the
mother of my lifelong friend,
Mode Smith. Another was Isabelle,
a saint in her own right, who
married J.R. Wilson. I have
mentioned Mrs. Grimsley, born in


glance at

tfhe past


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD
December 9, 1971

BUCKEYE PURCHASES 52,000
ACRES
Buckeye Cellulose Corporation
acquired about 52,000 acres of
timber land from Canal Timber
Corporation .and Gibson
Paperwood Company, Inc., for an
undisclosed price. Buckeye
holdings in this area were now
estimated at 950,000 acres.
In a joint announcement, Mrs.
Grace Gibson, a major stockholder
in Canal Timber and Gibson
Paperwood, and R. E. Cannon,
general manager of Buckeye
Cellulose, said, "Following
discussions that commenced a
number of months ago, agreement


the captain's 53rd year. She, too, is
a worthy descendant of noble
parents. The sons were Nicholas C.
Gibson and Thomas J. Gibson. All
were wonderful people, who in
turn, have left descendants who are
ornaments to our Christian Society.
.Cousin Belle Wilson, Bub
Wilson's mother, paid great tribute
to her parents and their. life
together in the Rutherford-Loper
Family record book in the
possession of Mr. and Mrs. Will
Rutherford. Mr. Wilson wrote that
it was a home of peace and
happiness that sent out its
blessings to others..
Mrs. Gibson passed from this
home to her eternal reward in June
of 1911. Her children and those
who came after them rise up and
call her blessed. The strong spirit
that enabled Mr. Gibson to .fight
through so many battles of the
Civil War, pass safely under the
surgeon's knife at Gettysburg and
fill a life with worthy service,
sustained him until he was almost
90 years, of age. He passed,
respected and loved by all, in 1915.
Our minds reach out to find the
secret of such a wonderful life.
This secret lies, not alone in his
indomitable will, but in the 'fact
that he made a great choice at the
time he came to this area of North
Florida. He was in the midst of an
era in which the Confederate
veterans literally took the high
posts of political, economic and
professional life. Mr. Gibson,
wearing the insignia of a captain
and bearing on his own body the
marks of his valor, could have
easily climbed the ladder to high
station and fame. Coupled with
these was, of course, the fact that
he was an educated man in a day
Swhen,...,peotle v.ere ,.genely,,
ignorant. MNr. Gibson was both an
orator and writer of high caliber.
So the road upward was wide open
to him.
But he chose the lowly station of
service. He turned his rich talents
to helping others. He was content
to be a teacher and a spiritual'
advisor to the needy people of this
area. His was the life given to vital
compassion on his fellowman. He
achieved glory by losing himself in
the struggle to help others. His was
the life devoted to the
improvement of the common
welfare of man. He has left a
wonderful legacy to his family and
to us all. The world is hungry for
men of his stamp today. There are
legions who will reach to grasp the
places of honor, but who will take
the place of service and leadership
to their fellowmen? It is people
like Harry Bryant Gibson and his
gracious wife, Mary Loper Gibson,
who build high the raniparts of the
,state through their lives of service
and through their blessed
examples. All honor their
memories.


had now been reached covering all
terms of the transaction."
Cannon said that Buckeye's
,primary interest in acquiring the'
land was to preserve an established
wood supply source for the Foley
mill.
"We have had very fine business
relations with the Gibson family
over many years and acquisition of
these well-managed, high quality
timberland lands will help assure a
continued source of raw material
necessary for our Foley operation,"
Cannon said.

FIVE APPOINTED TO
DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
The county commission voted to
reappoint M. F. Akers, Henry
Dorsett, Donald Grant and B. R.
Fisher to the Taylor County
Development Authority for two-
year terms.
One new member, Tommy
Hicks, was also appointed.

WEDDING BELLS
Burns-Sadler
The Cypress Room of the
Skylark Restaurant was the setting
for the marriage of Miss Bonnie
Iris Burns and Thomas Marcus
Sadler. Judge Royce Agner
officiated.
The bride was the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Bums Jr., of
".* Please see page 8


Never one to let opportunity pass him by, my
daddy began to expand his logging business to
include a small lumber mill and sawdust
production in the early; years of the fifties. Prior to
that he had worked for several timber companies
in and around Taylor County, but when he was
able to purchase his own equipment, he set up
shop nextdoor to our Center Street house.
Daddy and Mamna had bought the five-acre plot
around 1944, shortly after my birth so it was the
only home I knew during my growing up years. It
would be unlikely that such an operation could
be undertaken near homes today, but I suppose
restrictions were not as closely enforced during
those years. So, with the help of my brothers,
Bobby and Ted as well as several local loggers
who had worked with daddy for many years, the
Leggett Sawmill was established.
It was a familiar sound that would awaken me
six days a week as the cypress slabs were cut on
the huge power saw then carefully stacked
awaiting the time when they were hauled to
different purchasers. Included in the "zing, zing"
sound of the saw were the voices of the crew as
they attempted to shout above the deafening
sound of the wood being cut. It was a sound, that
always drew me and younger sister Leta Dale to
the outside. We loved the rich smell of the newly
cut cypress mingled with the smell of gasoline
and the feel of the warm sand as it squashed
between our barefoot toes. And we loved the
friendly hellos that were called to us as we
carefully skirted the working area to make our
way to the back field for a day of play.
Being so near such ai operation would
probably be looked at as an unsafe place for
"cH'lldren nowvadays, but- daddy-never scolded us
nor did we overstep the boundary as we shouted
our good mornings, then climbed over the slab
pile of cypress enroute to our playhouse. Getting
to the playhouse was so much fun as we would
jump from the high pile of lumber into the soft
mud of a pond that sat behind the mill. It was a
small pond but it was home to some of the largest
bullfrogs ever hatched in Perry. It provided hours
of fun as we watched the tiny tadpoles swim
around the edge and occasionally we would brave
the cold water in pursuit of a prize bullfrog that
was croaking loud enough to wake the dead. We
usually ended up with more tadpoles in our
Mason jars than frogs to carry to the playhouse,
but oh what fun it was to try to catch the long-
legged creatures.
Near our playhouse, which was made from
leftover pieces of wood laid on the dirt in a
square, was a bag. swing. My brother Ted had
chosen a magnificent oak tree to hang the bag
swing from. The swing was constructed from an
old burlap bag thai was filled with leaves and rags
and was tied with a long rope to the limb of the
tree. We would climb into one of the nearby trees
and wait for the swing to be tossed to us by
another child. Then with a shout of pure joy you
could sail out of the tree and hopefully land on
the bag swing for a quick ride. Problem
was... .sometimes you missed the burlap bag and
hit the ground with a thud!
Come winter daddy would use the timber to
make tons and tons of sawdust that would be
hauled down south to barbecue restaurants and
places where it was used to smoke meats. We
knew the trips to South Florida, especially in
December, would bring us a good supply of
Florida oranges, apples and grapefruit. I never
did find out if daddy bought the fruit or if it was
a gift to him, but there were always boxes and
boxes of the delicious fruit brought back by him.
He would unload the fruit, with our help, and
stack it on the front porch. This fruit was some of
the. best I have ever put in my mouth and it
seemed to last forever without spoiling. And the
smell was incredible--it was like a giant bowl of
fruit salad sitting out in the cool December
weather that was yours for the taking.
Not only was there an endless supply of fruit for
the, Leggett family but it was also shared with
neighbors, friends and family. Without fail, when
the workday was over at the mill the crew would
visit the porch for a bag of fruit. And it was not
uncommon for- folks passing by to stop to also
benefit from daddy's generosity.
It was from this honest' sharing of whatever he
had, that made me realize early on that we are
never asked to do more than we are capable of
doing. It's just a matter of seeing that we all have
something to share.
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Sports


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A-6 Perry News-Herald December 8-9, 2006


,Bulldogs improve on Moeq C
Bulld gs Ilv WOperating from Keaton Beach Marina
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Trout fishing is tops!


By PAT McGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Trout fishing last week was
exceptional, as I had a 100-trout
day by myself and had well over
/, 50 keepers all on Assassin five-
inch shads. I also caught 20-25
trout over 20 inches long on
plugs. Most of the trout I fluked
up were in 2.5-3.5 feet of water
while the jerkbait and topwater
fish hit in 2-2.5 ft. early and late.
I followed Tuesday last with a
great trip with Bert and Herb
Deener of Waycross, Ga., on
Wednesday, and though the.
topwater fish let us down, the
deeper fish were fantastic and we
caught 49 trout with 15 keepers
almost all on Assassin five-inch
shads rigged weightless on. an
Owner 5/0 worm hook. Our
largest was a 25-inch trout which
took a She Dog.
Thursday, Bert and I fished from
daylight to the tide
change...around 10:30-11 a.m. and
had caught two keepers, then after
coming in for lunch, we caught 39
trout, all but a handful of keepers
and quit at 4:30. Most of these
fish took Assassin five-inch shads
in 2.5-3.5 feet of water and the
bite lasted throughout the entire
falling tide! A dozen colors
worked while Chicken Bone,
Arkansas Shad,. Hot Pink, P.T.
2000 and Candy Corn were the
best of the lot. I also fished


MirrOlure's NEW MirrOdine in
the electric chicken color and
caught nine keeper trout and one
red arid released them all. S-L-O-W
is the ticket with this new bait,
-then "twitch" after your pause.
Sunday; all that fun was
diminished by lack of w-i-n-d. The
calm flat water yielded every little
juvenile trout in the system. The
first 10 casts of the Assassin five-
inch shad in the "goldfish" color
pattern yielded trout from 8-14.5
inches long. After a great rush of
incoming tide and three dozen
shorts in the first hour, things
ground down to a halt. Then after.
the tide changed, and headed out,
the trout turned it on and we.
managed to get Ian Holleman and
Ken Zylowski of Valdosta, Ga.,
their limit of trout including a
21.5-inch trout to top the stringer
in two drifts (about an hour's
time).
Steven Groene and Mike Torres
of Jacksonville, with E.G. Bird of
Tifton, Ga., had their limit of
trout Sunday while fishing live
shrimp, live pinfish and Gulp
under Cajun Thunders in 3-4 feet
of water. The trio also kept three
reds while releasing a dozen more.
Saturday, James Wisner of
Leesburg, Ga., had his limit of
five trout (largest 20 inches) and
one redfish using Gulp under a
, Cajun Thunder.
Sorry, no offshore report this
week.


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High
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W13
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The Taylor County High
School basketball team bounced
back from a two-game losing
streak to even their season record
at 2-2 with a decisive 60-32
victory over Chiefland Tuesday
night. The Dogs lost a hard-fought
district contest at Florida High 52-
46 last Thursday and then again to
Lincoln at home Saturday.
All 12 Bulldog players saw
significant action and nine players
scored in the Chiefland game.
Taylor Coach John Davies has
used 10-12 players in each of the
first four games, a pattern he is
looking to continue.
"You never know who might go
down to injury or foul trouble,"
said Davies. "With such a well-
balanced team, talent-wise, we feel
that it's important to get as many
players quality minutes in each
game as possible."
As expected, Senior Marquis
Ellis is leading the Dogs with a
14.0 scoring average, but the
Taylor offense has not been
dominated by any one player.
Chad Ellis, Timmy Miller and-
Jabaree Williams have all had at
least one double-digit game
already.
"We are, or are trying to be, a
very balanced offense," said
Davies. "All of our players can
score and all get equal chances in
our offense. We are not geared to
getting any particular player more
shots, although we are pretty clear
about where we want to get our
shots and the kinds of shots each
* player should be looking for."
Davies cited the play of Marquis
Ellis, Miller and Junior Greg
Flowers as real positives for the
Bulldogs.
N "Timmy and Greg have really
shown that they understand what
we, as a coaching staff, want from
our players," said Davies. "You
don't have to be, the tallesi, the
fastest, etc. If you just bring
everything you have to every
minute of every game, you're
going to make a big contribution
on both ends of the floor. '


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S e I W I 0 A-7 Perry News-Herald December 8-9, 2006




Want to Adopt-a-Family


Refuge House coordinates 'adoptions'
Churches in the community are reminded of Refuge House's Adopt-A-
Family program which is in place for the holidays.
"For families coming out of domestic violence, the holidays can feel
unsure and empty," said Debra McGrew, director of the local shelter. "We
urge businesses, churches, organizations and individuals to consider
adopting a family to care for during this time. New and unused gifts are

Obituaries


Clara Moore
Clara Moore, 90, of Perry, died
Dec. 5, 2006, at Doctors' Memorial
Hospital.
She was a native of Taylor
County.
Survivors include: two sons,
Clyde Jones of Ft. Lauderdale and
Jimmie Lee Moore Jr. of Riviera
Beach; four daughters, Jimmy Lue
Smith and Geneva Moore, both of
Perry, Mary Little of Riviera
Beach and Alice Williams of St.
Petersburg; two sisters, Helen
Brownlee of Hollywood and Annie
Colston of Ocala; a sister-in-law,
Edwina Moore of Perry; five
grandchildren; and four great
grandchildren. .
.... Funeral-services will be held
Saturday, Dec. 9, at 1 p.m. at Mt.
Olive M.B. Church with the Rev.
George Williams officiating.
Interment will follow at Springhill
Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends today, Dec. 8, at 5 p.m. at
Mt. Olive M.B. Church.
Evans/Walker Funeral Home is
in charge of arrangements.
Corine Moore Bishop
Corine Moore Bishop,- 90, a
homemaker, died Dec. 7, 2006, in
Perrs
Ms. Bishop \ Mouluie. Ga., residing in \ucilla
before nmo,.ing to Perr\. there she
spent most of her Ite
Sur~% ors include- one son.


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grandchildren; and one great great
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She was. preceded in death by
her husband, Graham Marvin
Bishop.
Graveside services will be held
Sunday, Dec. 10, at 2 p.m., at-
Pineview Memorial Gardens.
Family members will receive
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r Thank You
The entire family of Peggy Sullivan would like to take
this opportunity to express our heartfelt gratitude and
sincere appreciation for all of the time, care and
transportation given to Mother and Holly during
Mother's illness; to Holly's co-workers who embraced
and blessed her so much by allowing her the flexibility
and comfort to do what was necessary during Mother's
times of need.
We want to sincerely thank everyone who called,
visited, provided such wonderful food and necessities
and to those who were a part of our everyday lives, the
physicians, pharmacists, neighbors, friends, church
members, and most of all for the love and compassion
given, not only during this time of our loss, but through
the years when it mattered most.
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requested, along with donations of food for food baskets. For more
information, please call 223-3555." "
Presbyterians present cantata Sunday
The Chancel Choir of the First Presbyterian Church \ ill present Max
Lucado's cantata, "One Incredible Momeni." on Sunda\, Dec. 10. during .
the 11 a.m. worship service.
Under the direction of Aimee Roberts, the, cantata features new
arrangements, as well as familiar songs and carols. Fanette Chesser will
accompany. .
Baptists present 'The Glory of Christmas'
The Celebration Choir of First Baptist Church N\ ill present "The Glory
of Christmas" on Dec. 10 at 6 p.m. -Pastor Eddie Blalock and Choir
Director Sara Sue Grambling invite everyone in the community to attend.
Citywide Mission to meet Sunday
The Citywide Mission Ministry will hold a meeting SundaN. Dec. 10, at[
2:30 p.m. in Little Bethel A.M.E. Church..
Mission Day services begin at 4 p,m.
The New Brooklyn Senior Mission MinisutrN ill hold its annual NMission
Day ern ices on Sundaj'. Dec. 10. at 4 p m. All au'idiaries under the
umbrella of the Senior Nhssion Mmisitru are asked to be presented. A
public in iution is also extended

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Welcome -
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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.
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The family of Marilu Baker would like
to thank all of.the staff of Doctors'
Memorial Hospital. Everyone was kind,
considerate and she received excellent
care during her many times as a
patient over the past year, until her
death on November 13th. An extra
thank you to everyone that helped us
on the last day. The EMT that took her
to the hospital. Doctors and nurses in
the ER, second floor nurses, intensive
care unit doctors and nurses, we truly
appreciate everything you did.

WI& The Baker Family .


: St. Johns 'Christian
Fellowship
Sunday School 10:00.a.m. Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Study/Prayer Meeting
Nursery and Children's Ministry Provid, ed
(located at the-intersection of Puckett Rd. and Golf Course Rd.)
Mark McElfresh, pastor 584-7251


&rry Firstict rch of God
Sunday School 10:00- 10:45
--Worship Service 11:00- 12:00
""- '"' Children's Church 11:00 -12:00
S, k. Sunday Night
S' ', Prayer Group 6:00 6:45
A Choir Practice 6:00 6:45
Nursery provided with adult-supervision 9:45-12:00 Sunday Service 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


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Sunday Worship Services --
9 30 am Sundav School
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Obituaries


(Continued from page 7)
Howard Laster
Warner Jr.
Howard Laster Warner Jr., 62,
died Nov. 23, 2006, in Gainesville.
A member of Stewart Memorial
A.M.E. Church, he taught school
at Taylor County Academy for
several years and served in the
U.S. Army.
Survivors include a son, Alex
Maurice Inman-Warner of Griffin,
Ga., and an aunt, Rossie Cox of
Tampa.
Funeral -services were held
Saturday, Dec. 2, at 1 p.m. at
Trinity Funeral Home with
interment following at Springhill
Cemetery.
Family members received
friends Friday from 4 until 7 p.m.
at Trinity Funeral Home, which
was in charge of arrangements.
Paul Fillmore Sr.
Paul Fillmore Sr., 51, died Dec.
4, 2006, in Tallahassee.
A native of Cross City, he had
lived in Perry for 48 years. Mr.
Fillmore was" formerly employed


as a correctional officer and served
in the U.S. Army.
Survivors include: his wife,
Myra Fillmore; sons, Paul Fillmore
Jr. of Japan, Anthony Washington
and Curtis Morris Jr., both of
Perry, and Terry Morris of
Indianapolis, Ind.; daughters,
Veronica Gail Fillmore and
Jennifer Denise Fillmore, both of
Tallahassee; brothers, Richard
Fillmore and Johnny L. Bryant of
Georgia; and sisters, Mamie
Bryant of Tallahassee, Annie Mae
Jones, Jessie Bryant, Kera Bryant
and Ethel Ruth Keaton of
Monticello.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Dec. 9, at 11 a.m. at
Potter's House Ministry with
interment following at Springhill
Cemetery.
Family members will receive
friends today, Dec. 8, from 5 until
7 p.m. at Trinity Funeral Home,
which is in charge of
arrangements.
Ollie Jeannette McClain
Ollie Jeannette McClain, 89,
died Dec. 6, 2006, at Doctors'
Memorial Hospital.


Born in Winchester, Tenn., she
was a homemaker and had lived in
Perry since 1940.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Eugene McClain, and
seven brothers and sisters.
Survivors include: a son, Ray
McClain of Tennessee, a daughter,


Gayle Ancog of Perry, and several
nieces and nephews.
No services are planned at this
time. Family members will receive
friends today, Dec. 8, from 6 until
8 p.m. at Joe P. Burns Funeral
Home, which is in charge of
arrangements.


Seniors play final game of season


GLANCE
Continued from page 5
.Perry and the bridegroom's
parents were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Bart Sadler Jr. of Biloxi, Miss.

THIRTEEN SENIORS
PLAY LAST GAME
Thirteen high school seniors
played their last football game
representing' the Taylor County
High School Bulldogs.
The graduating players were
Ray Branch, John Wadsworth,
Scott Nobles, Jimmy Lundy, John
Towles, Mike Wilder, Arthur
Rowell, Robbie Williams, David
Sullivan, Hardee Ratliff, Adonald
Hill, Terry Jackson and Mitch


Schrenk.
"Each has contributed his best
efforts this season," said Head
Coach Glynn Watts.
"They're fine young men and it
has been our privilege to have
coached them. They will do well in
life, for they possess what it
takes to accomplish anything...
pride."

JAMES OWENS
RECEIVES DEGREE
James Norwood Owens of Perry
was among more than 1,200
candidates who received degrees at
a convocation at the University of
Florida.
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B-1 Perry News-Herald December 8-9,2006



i Optimist Club prepares for new year


Oct. 1 marked the beginning of a
new administrative year for the
Optimist Club of Perry, which has
been "Bringing Out the Best in
Kids" since 1986.
The club is credited with
conducting many projects which
benefit the youth of our
community, including:
Youth Appreciation Banquet;
Youth sports programs;
Jr. Miss;
Oratorical contest;
Cheerleaders;
Boy Scouts;
Buckle-Up Week;
Glasses for Kids;
Christmas for Kids;.
Essay Contest; and
4-H clubs.
Feebee Houck will serve as
president of the club for the 2006-


07 year.
"The Perry Optimists have done
a tremendous job of serving the
needs of the youth of our
community," Houck said. "We
intend to continue that tradition
during the coming year.
"Serving the youth of this
community is a wonderful
feeling," added Houck, "and I


invite anyone who would like to
experience that to contact me at
584-6979 about joining us."
The Optimist Club of Perry is a
member of Optimist International,
an association of more than 3000
Optimist Clubs worldwide.
Together, Optimist Clubs serve
more than 7 million young people
each year.


NFCC chorus to perform Sunday

The Community Chorus of North Florida Community College will
perform a concert Sunday, Dec. 10, at 3 p.m. in the First Baptist Church,
located in Madison.
The public is invited to attend; there is no admission fee.
The concert will feature holiday pieces, spirituals and music from such
composers as Handel: and Mozart. Songs to be performed by the NFCC
Community Chorus include "Sing Gloria," "Joyful, Joyful Day," "Silver
Bells," "I'm Going Home," "African Noel" and more.


The art of Perry
City of Perry Mayor Emily Ketring presented Eddie-Brown Sr. with the $500 first prize
from the "Art of Perry" section of the Florida Forest Festival art show. Shown above with
Mayor Ketring and Brown are City Councilman Doug Everett (right), also representing Ware
Oil, and Ward Ketring with Ketring Power Technologies,. The two companies sponsored the
prize money. The winning art is shown behind the group. All entrants in the contest received
recognition from the City of Perry, Mayor Ketring said, and their artwork will be on display
in the city council meeting room 'for the next year..


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Last week, we covered the movies opening in the
first three weeks of December. Today, we finish up this
crowded movie month .by examining the last seven
movies to open wide this year.
First up, opening Wednesday, Dec. 20, is "Night at
the Museum," starting Ben Stiller.
In the movie, Stiller plays a newly hired security
guard for the Museum of Natural History who
unleashes a curse bringing the animals and humans in
the displays to life.
The big question is how well Stiller will be able to
draw children to the theaters for a kids' movie, not to
mention the parents who might be wary having seen
'his more adult-oriented comedies. Unlike fellow
Comedy actors like Robin Williams, who has perfected
,the ability to appeal to adults or children depending on
:the role (and coincidently has a small role in this film),
SStiller is an unproven commodity in this case.
Director Shawn Levy has already had success this
.year with "Pink Panther," as well as 2003's "Cheaper
by the Dozen."
"Night at the Museum" is rated PG for mild action,
language and brief rude humor.
Following "Night at the Museum," are three movies
opening on that Friday (Dec. 22), including the
franchise reviving movie, "Rocky Balboa."
Technically "Rocky VI," this is the latest chapter in
:the famous series of boxing movies written by,
directed by and starring Sylvester Stallone. It picks up
years after the end of the fifth film; which: debuted 16
years ago.
The intervening years since "Rocky V" have not
been great for Rocky: he has finally retired from
boxing and he has grown distant from his son. Now the
owner of a small deli, he begins .to feel the draw of. the
ring once again and prepares for one more comeback.
I've only seen the first Rocky movie and I'm not a
- Boxing fan to begin with so I am not the best person to.
review this movie. I did ask some friends who are fans
of the movies and they seemed mixed. The biggest'
fans, of course, want to go, but the casual fans were
much more skeptical.
Stallone is hoping to make a comeback of his own
with this film following a dry spell at the box office,
but with all of the movies opening this-month, unless a
huge fan following shows up, he and Rocky could find
themselves lost in the shuffle. ,
"Rocky Balboa" is rated PG for boxing violence and
some language.
Also. opening Dec. 22 is "The Good Shepherd,"
starring Matt Damon, about the early years of the
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
"The Good Shepherd" follows Edward Wilson
(Damon) through his years with the agency as he-
sacrifices his family life and possibly even his ideals
for his country and his job.
It's hard to ignore the potential political overtones
with this kind of movie in this day and age, but without
seeing the film, it is hard to say how political it gets.
In addition to his on camera role, Robert DeNiro
directs for the first time since 1993's "A Bronx Tale."
The movie has been a pet project of his for years, but
was delayed by his battle with cancer in 2003.
Screenwriter Eric Roth brings a strong resume with
an .Academy Award for "Forrest Gump" and
nominations for "Munich" and "The Insider."
"The Good Shepherd" is rated R for some violence,
sexuality and language.
The final movie Dec. 22' is "We are Marshall,"
which follows the aftermath of arguably the worst
disaster in college athletics.
On Nov. 14, 1970, a plane carrying 37 players for


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Saturday, Dec. 16
Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra
Holiday Magic!
A Musical Celebration of the Season
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
(850) 224-0461 www.tsolive.org

Sunday, Jan. 21
Tallahassee Artist Series
Jeffrey Siegel, Piano
"Keyboard Conversations"
A concert with commentary:
American Salute!
Opperman Music Hall
850-224-9934 www.theartistseries.com

Tuesday, Jan. 23
Tallahassee Community Chorus
Unity Concert
Rudy Diamond Auditorium
850-644-6500 or 800-757-2146


Cultural


December 8 10
The Tallahassee Ballet
"The Nutcracker"
Ruby Diamond Auditorium, FSU
850-224-6917 www.tallaballet.com


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Dec. 1-3 and8-10
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

December 7-9
TCC Theatre
Tallahassee Community College
"A Christmas Story"
Based on the holiday classic
movie and book.
Turner Auditorium
850-644-6500

Tuesday, Dec. 12
Tallahassee Broadway Series
"Wonderful Town"
Two siste's take on New York.
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
800-322-3602 www.tlccc.org


January,11-12
Tallahas'see Broadway Series
Elton John and Tim Rice's "Aida"
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
800-322-3602 www.tlccc.org

January 18-20
Tallahassee Little Theatre
Tennessee Williams's
"Night of the Iguana"
www.tallahasseelittletheatre.org
(850) 224-8474
I(,tpular Music
Friday, Dec. 8
CMT on Tour
Trace Adkins with
Billy Currington and Jason Aldean
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic
800-322-3602 or visit www.tlccc.org

yFriday, Jan. 19
Gaither Homecoming
Give it Away Tour 2007
Featuring Bill Gaither
and homecoming friends.
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
800-322-3602 www.tlccc.org


'Christmas: Where, When and Why'
The youth of .St. Johns Christian Fellowship invite you to take a trip with them back in time
highlighting your favorite Christmas traditions in a musical production of "Christmas:
Where, When and Why." The cast will showcase their talents in two performances on Sunday,
Dec. 17, at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., at the church located at-the intersection of Golf Course and
Puckett roads. (Front row) Kaylee Denmark, Kristina Portwood, Kyler Uhl, Logan Calhoun,
Jayce Calhoun, Austin Dunkle, Mattea Chaffin; (back. row) Trey Driggers, Trace Chaffin,
Trevor Driggers, Adam Kalinowski, Taylor Chaffin and Joseph Franklin. The musical will also.
feature performances by Jamie Portwood and Matt Chaffin.

Open casting call Sunday

Movie to be filmed in Taylor County;


the Marshall University football team, eight members
of the coaching staff and 25 boosters on their way
home from a 17-14 loss at East Carolina University
crashed near Tri-State Airport in Ceredo, W. Va.,
killing all onboard. In the months following the crash,
the university almost shut down the football program,
but at the urging of students and the remaining players,'
they rebuilt the team for the 1971 season under new
coach Jack Lengyel with athletes from the school's
other sports as well as walk-ons.
Of the many "inspirational" true-story sports films
made over the years, I cannot recall one that better
embodies the spirit of the phrase, "It's not about
winning, it's about playing the game." If there ever was
a sports film that needed to be made, I think this is it.
Matthew McConaughey portrays (Lengyel while
Matthew Fox (Jack Shepherd on "Lost") plain s Red
Dawson, who was scouting players in the area and did .
not fly home with the rest of the team.
The wildcard is director McG, known for music
videos and the action-packed "Charlie's Angels"
movies, and whether he will be able depict the
dramatic events without over-embellishing them.
"We are Marshall" is rated PG.
Opening Christmas day is "Black Christmas," a
remake of the 1974 horror flick of the same name.
A group of sorority girls stay at their house over the
Christmas break, only to be harassed by a stranger with
phone calls. Then the murders start. "
This is director Glen Morgan's second film after
2003's "Willard," but horror fans will recognize some
of his writings, including the first and third "Final
Destination" movies. If those movies are any
indication, movie goers should expect some
particularly graphic death scenes.
"Black Christmas" is not yet rated but presumably
will be R.
Expanding wide Dec. 25 is the widely anticipated
adaptation of the popular Broadway musical, "The
. Dreamgirls."
In the musical--and the movie--Effie White, Deena
Jones, and Lorrell Robinson, three friends from the
Detroit projects, are a promising singing trio.
They attract the notice of manager Curtis Taylor Jr.
(Jamie Foxx) who helps the girls move from backup
singers to the main act. As the years pass, however,
they find'fame and success is not everything.
Music sensation Beyonce Knowles, "American
Idol" finalist Jennifer Hudson and Anika Noni Rose,
who won a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical
for "Caroline, or Change," play the Dreamettes. Eddie'
Murphy adds his talents as the performer the girls back
up before hitting it big.
"Dreamgirls" is rated PG-13 for language, some
sexuality and drug content.
Although it is not technically getting a wide release,
Steven Soderbergh's latest movie, "The Good
German," is receiving a staggered release that should
expand it enough to bring it close, to our neck of the
woods by Christmas.
The movie, which sports an all-star cast' including
Soderbergh collaborator George Cloney, Cate
Blanchett and Tobey Maguire, is set in post-World War
II Berlin. A military journalist (Clooney) is sent to
cover the peace talks.and finds himself wrapped up in
a murder mystery. The trailer for the film has an old-
school noir feel and the film is shot in black and white.
Soderbergh has been responsible for some of the
most popular films of the decade, including "Erin
Brockovich," "Traffic" and '"Ocean's 11."
"The Good German" is rated R for lariguage,
violence and some sexual content.


Few shows have touched
audiences. like Riverdance, the
"original international
phenomenon," now in its 12th
season.
This celebration of music, song
and dance returns to the
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic
Center Feb. 6-8 for three
performances.
Composed by Bill Whelan,
produced by Moya Doherty and
directed by John. McCoglan,
Riverdance has played more 9,000
performances, been seen live, by
more than 19,350,000 people in
over 276 venues throughout 32
countries across four continents.
The dancers have traveled more
.than 500,000 miles, played to a
worldwide television audience of


1.75 billion, sold more than 2.5
copies of the Grammy Award-
winning CD and more than nine












million videos making Riverdance
one of' the best-selling
entertainment videos in the world.
Riverdance premiered at the


first Baptist Church
Celebration Choir presents:

Celebration Choir
Christmas Concert

"The Glory of Christmas"

Sunday, December 10, 2006
6:00 pm

We invite all of you to come and join in this time of
celebration as the First Baptist Celebration Choir
brings a special music service led by
Choral Director, Sara Sue Grambling


Point Theatre in Dublin in:
February 1995, where it opened to
critical acclaim. Riverdance draws
on Irish traditions and the
combined talents of the performers
to propel Irish dancing and music
to the present day and capture'the
imagination of audiences across all
ages and cultures.
The production boasts ah
international company of 70
performers.
Tickets for the shows went on:
sale last week and may be
purchased at the Civic Center box
office or any Ticketmaster outlet
for $67, $57 or $36.25.
For tickets, call 1-800-322-3602
or visit www.tlccc.org. For more
information on the production,
visit www.riverdance.com.



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Taylor County will soon have its The film will also star a number locations including Los Angeles,
own little piece of Hollywood of regional independent actors and Calif., New York, N.Y., Seattle.
when production begins next year actresses, including Valerie Jones Wash., Houston, Texas, Atlanta,,
on the independent film, "County of Jacksonville, Rich Dye of Ga., Miami and Washington, D.C. ;
Road 14." Tallahassee, Alex Wilburn of The production company is also'
Produced, directed and written Ocala, Ishmael D. Blue of working With several music artists ,
by returning Perry resident Eddie Jacksonville, Suzanne Manns of to ,produce CDs. A music 'video:
Brown Jr., the film will be a Jacksonville, Kayla Highsmith of will be filmed here in January for
"thriller" documenting the various Jacksonville and Kathlee one artist, Brown said. The
urban legends surrounding the Cleveland of Tallahassee. company also has two other films
road. "Florida has set forth tax breaks in the works, both of which will
"This project is based on the old and incentives for Il ni being shot al be shot locally.
urban legends of County Road 14 in the state," Brown said. "These Sunday's casting call will take
and will be full .of suspense and films help promote jobs, tourism place at Surround Filmworks';
,thrillers," Brown said. and the economy, as ,well as studio located at: 119 E.. Green:
Brown is president of Surround benefiting the educational system. Street, Suite 203 (above Sisters':
Filmworks, a production company Surround Filmworks is located in Mercantile).
he..started with Roderick Monroe Perry and is owned by local Age requirements for the casting
located in Perry. residents. Our sitter company, SDI call are 12 and over with all races
The company has already held a Entertainment, is located in Estes welcome, Brown said. Serious
local casting call, adding a number Park, Colo." inquiries only:
of local residents to the cast According to Brown, filming Brown added that if any local
including Brittany Sadler, will take place during the last two businesses are interested : in
Christina Wigglesworth, Williams weeks in February. Once complete, sponsorship of the film, they may
"Joey" Mixon, Gail. Mangum, the movie will premiere in contact Unit Line, Producer Lisa'
Brandon Groom and Kim Allison, Tallahassee with a red carpet gala, Jay at. 1-877-407-2580 or
all of Perry, as well as Daniel followed by one in Estes Park. lpjay@surroundfilmworks.com.
Simmons of Perry, currently living Through a distribution deal with a For more information about the
in Tampa, and Brandon Groom of theater chain, the movie will then "County Road 14" movie, visit
Monticello. be shown across the country in www.surroundfilmworks.com.


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Small ads...big deals!!


AUCTION
Saturday, November 11 at 6:30PM
1693 SW Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360)
Madison,Florida. Preview 5:00 PM FOOD
5:30 PM. Heated / AC Comfy Seats. New
truck load has just arrived. GREAT ITEMS
FOR CHRISTMAS. LOTS OF FUN &
GIVE-A-WAYS. From Perry: Take RT 221
A North to CR 360 (SW) Mosley Hall Rd)
Turn Right, we are about 8 miles on the
right. Phone 850 973-2959.
AU691 Col Ron Cox AB2490
12/8

PUBLIC AUCTION
Taylor Technical Institute
Monday, December 11,2006
Th Tl 4:00 p.m.
SThe 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
S 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
S the date of sale. Additional information can
be obtained by contacting Taylor
Technical Institute at (850)838-2545.
11/29-12/8




4-Family Yard Sale Friday & Saturday, 7
a.m. until, 110 E. Pace Dr. clothes,
collectables, and misc. items & antique
Ford
12/6-12/8
Yard Sale, Saturday, 8 a.m. noon at 3338
i:, ;. Sullivan- Rd. off Houck Rd. Toys,'-
aluminum boat and other misc. items.
S12/6-12/8
Moving Sale Saturday, 8.a.m. 6 p.m.
collectibles, antiques, Christmas decor.
251 Jenkins Rd. Perry. Great buys for
Christmas Gifts.
12/6-12/8
SK-9 C'HRIST M A"S !
Come visit us at Winn-Dixie Saturday from
9 a.m. 5 p.m. for fun gifts for the entire
family.. Handmade jewelry, homemade
cookies for dogs, and caricutres drawn on-
site by local artist... Bring a photo of
anyone, including pets who cannot attend.
All. proceeds go to the Subway Dixon
Rescue Fund, Inc. .A local charity
dedicated to the rescue &-rehabilitation of
homeless dogs. For more info or question
Call 584-2944.
12/6-12/8

Yard Sale Friday & Saturday (Dec. 8th &
*. 9th). 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
12/6-12/8
S 'ard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. until noon. 510
W. Ash St. Small appliances (some new),
books, games, toys, gift items, plants, lots
more.
12/6-12/8
2 Family Yard Sale Saturday, Dec. 9, 8
a.m.-until. 4th house on right on Slaughter
Rd. Plus size ladies clothes, boy clothes,
* mattresses, Stereo, and many other items.


SAL

Multi-Family Yard Sale Saturday, Dec. 9th,
10 a.m. until. OLD Citizens Bank, Corner
of Orange and Main St. Come do your
Christmas shopping... Clothes, toys,
household items.
12/8
Yard Sale Friday- 1:00-5:00 and Saturday-
9:00-1:00, 2810 W. Page Rd. (off Woods
Creek Rd.) Dinette table, tub surround,
Christmas items, toys, clothes, recliner.
12/8
Yard Sale Friday & Saturday, Lg. size
ladies clothes, craft books, arts & craft
materials, lots of Christmas items, toys,,
computer monitor, computer games, VHS
movies, collectable cards,.Ilots more. 8604
Pott Still Rd. f(om Pudcktt Rd left on Pott
Still, cross :anrle g p lirs h,',, j ,n er- il.
12/8


Yard Sale Saturday 8 12, 1501 W: Ash
St. Clothing stuffed toys, books, records,
Royal Doulton China, new .lingerie. Also
available, made.while you wait, first name
or birthday chronicle. These make perfect
Christmas gifts.
12/8
3 Family Yard Sale Saturday, 7:30 until,
'1527 James Smith Rd. Off Johnson
Stripling Rd. Lots of stuff.
12/8
Rummage Sale lots of new items. Fill a
bag for $5.00. -verything must go..
Saturday 8 a.m. L itil. 221 North, Truck
Route to McDaniel Id. then to Noland
Grubbs Rd,
12/8A2Z
Yard Sale Saturday 8 a.m. until.
Household items, kitchen items, bedding
and sheets, clothes, shoes, lamps, books,
decorations and what-knots, tools,
Furniture and much morell Have lots of
new items. Great for Christmas Shopping,
1492 Pinescrest Street, L-' or ign ty
highschool or off 27/ Buckeye Nursery Rd.
1 2i'8AA ., ; '.: .j ., j n
Garage Sale Friday & Saturday 8 a.m. -
until. Sadler's Bargain Barn 4289 US 98
West, 838-3062. Lots of New Inventory.
Sand Blaster, auto Body kit, soldering gun
kit.
12/8
Yard Sale Friday & Saturday 8 a.m.-until,
319 Sunset Lane off Plantation Rd.
Furniture Sale, twin bed w/toy box
/entertainment center. Dresser w/twin bed.
matching set. toys and lots more.
12/8
Huge Yard Sale Cheap, Cheap. 1565
Bernard Johnson Rd. turn off Johnson
Stripling Rd. No early bfrd's please. 8 a.m.
- 5 p.m. Call 584-5276. Friday & Saturday.
Lots of tools and welding -stuff. driver's
outfit, come out and see.
12/8




King size bedroom set NEW bed, chest,
tv armoire, 2 nightstands. $3200 value,
must sell $999.850-545-7112
12/8GCN


HUGE


Multi-Family Yard Sale

Come do your Christmas shopping...

Clothes Toys -~ Household Items

Saturday, Dec. 9
10 am until
OLD Citizens Bank
(corner of Orange & Main streets)


GULF COAST .
METAL ,eW ,
F 3' Wide
ROOFING Galvalume

Full line of 3' Wide
accessories in stock Painted
Special Flashings Made All Types Warranted Metal Available
Cut to your desired lengths Delivery Service Available
Call Toll-Free 888-393-0335 352-498-0778 Horseshoe Beach, Fl.

WANT TO BUY


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New Queen Plush Orthopedic Pillowtop
Mattress Set in Sealed Plastic, Warranty.
Sacrifice $299, Can Deliver 850-222-9879
12/8GCN

Boat Trims & steering heim & etc. 25 HP,
marine inboard eng, complete new Perry
scaffoling, lazer beams, fiberglass
continuous strand gun roving, acc. ceiling
& drywall installation eq. & supplies-call
for details. 850-223-3900
12/6-12/8
For Sale: 12x60 mobile home $1,200,
washer & dryer set $150, electric stove
$100, couch $50, comforters w/shams, bed
ruffle, and sheets set queen size $35 set.
Leave message or call after 5 p.m. 584-
4008.
12/6-12/15


KING PILLOWTOP Mattress Set. Brand
new brand name, Must move, $225. (850)
222-2113
12/8GCN
For Sale: Whirpool Refrigerator Freezer,
17.7 CF No Frost, as is $25. Call 584-
6476.
12/6-12/8
Refrigerator for sale. $200 O.B.O. 584-
2941.
12/6-12/8
For Sale Compaq Presario MV500.
Complete with color monitor, speakers &
upgraded, HP printer, copier scanner. $325
or OBO, Call 584-5284.
12/6-12/8
12x30 Trailer great for hunting camp or,
office. 2 years old. Insulated windows,
storm door, sheetrock ceilings, ceiling
fans, vinyl sijir, metal roof, built on a
mobile home frame. Carriage lights on
outside. Used for gift shop at Beach one
season. $7,500. Call 584-8997.
12/6-12/8


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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 .
'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 auto?
Call the experts at 1-888-454-6166, No
uplroni tee:. .
' i2'l. ?i 2 '
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 am. (work 8-4:30)
jobsite 1/2 mile north of Capitol Building.
Willing to be flexible with departure times.
Call 584-9107.

Kenmore Heavy Duty Gas Dryer $75.00.
223-2642.
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Perry House for rent, 2 bd/1 bth, central
H/Air, W/D,. carport, large storage shed,
city water & sewer, security lights outside,
new condition, 1 well cared for pet allowed.
$1000 sec. and $460 per month. Call 850-
584-7015
12/8-12/15
Room for rent private bath, private
entrance, living room, small-fridge and
T.V. Call 584-8045
12/8tfMC
Southern Villas of Perry


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chairs: New in boxes, $450, china cabinet HUD Vouchers accepted. 1 and 2 BR HC
& delivery available).. 850-425-8374 and non-HC accessible apartments. Office
12/8GCN hours are 8:00 to 5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call
850-584-8111. TDD/TTY 711. 315 Puckett
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For Sale: Leisure Bay Eclipse hot tub,
Round, granite, like 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
upfront fees.
12/1-12/20
BEAUTY SALON EQUIPMENT 2 wet
stations with sinks and mirrors. Call 584-
4500.
11/29-12/8
Regulation 7 ft. X 3 ft. 8 in. Air Hockey.
Table like new $75. Great Christmas gift
or Game Room Additions. Call 584-8053
after 6 or weekends or leave message.
12/6tf
2003 HD Electra Glide Standard. 100th
-Anniversary Gold Key Package. Less than
7k miles, Many extras. Call for details.
$13,000, Call 584-8517.
12/6-12/12
Children's Bedroom Set Solid oak wood,
bookcase bunk beds w/horse carvings on
foot boards, 3 drawer underbed unit,
dresser, mirror, chest of drawers. All for
$400 080. Electronic Sounds Rocking
Horse made by TODAYS KIDS. Original
price $119; will sell for $60. Excellent
condition. It could pass for'brand new,
Play house Kitchen by LITTLE TYKES,
Original price $129; will sell for $50. (Or
buy both toys for $100) Can email
pictures, Please call 850-838-8374.
12/8CGM


d. r Perry, FL '32347. qual Houus ng
Opportunity..
8/9tfSV
WOODRIDGE APARTMENTS!!
Immediate availability on 2BR apartments
with rental assistance to qualified
applicants. Equal Housing Opportunity.
Office hours are 8:00-5:00 Mon-Thurs. Call
850-584-5668. 709 W. Church St., Perry;
FL 32348. TDD 711.
10/25tfWA

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




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(Hwy. 19 North) 584-2434


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Point of Beginning


Properties



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


Early Bird
Regular


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
Lakefront, Madison FL 2 bed/2 bth no pets.
$1000 mth, + $1000 deposit, Furnished.
Call 850-973-3025.
12/1-12/13
Lg. Bedroom w/private entrance and bath,
conveniently- located quiet
neighborhood. All utilities, olus table
furnished, $450 month. First and last
month in advance, Only Mature Ladies
need apply. Call 584-2500 to see.
11/8tfBZG

For Rent Office Bldg. '4500 sq. ft. Located
on N. Jefferson St. Former Job service
SBldg., All or part, 850-997-4818.
1-. ,2 2' 5
For Lease: 3/1 House, central H/A,
.-conveneient to shopping, $600; 2/2
furnished MH w/washer & dryer, central
H/A, private property, 1-2 adults only $500;
Private Room w/full kitchen & bath in nice
neighborhood, private entrance, use of
pool, 1 adult, professionals only, $600,
includes utilities. Non-smokers, non-
drinkers, no pets. References & rental
history verification required for all. Security
& damage deposits required. 584-3681
12/6tfPF


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


For Sale 4.47 wooded acres in Ocean
Pond. Fenced and cross-fenced. Ph. 850-
578-2703.
12/6-12/15
$5,700 per acre 5 acres near Shady
Grove call; Professional Realty of Perry
(Inda QG. Roberts lic real estate broker) 584-
5844 ask for Joe Roberts realtor associate
2 6 1? ',f."- :*,, .,... P)A r i', ,-ri. .
Commercial Building for sale 13,500 sq.
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-
584-5891. Pete Fortner
7/19tfnBC
204 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, 221 North Between Shiloh
,Church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner financing
available. Please call (386) 658-1346 or
(850) 584-7466..
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3 bed/1 bath $18,000 firm to payoff
mortgage. House assessed at $21,000.
Located about 2 blocks east of Jenkins
High School. 1008 West Duval. White
stucco w/brown shutters. Had new roof
about 3 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

For Sale: 2998 Palm Harbor 16x80 Mobile
Home, 2b/2b 1280 sq. ft., wood flooring
through most. of home, custom built
bookshelves, kitchen appliances
included. Asking payoff'$19,000 (home is
set up on rental property and will most
likely have to be moved.) 584-3091.
12/8,12/15, 12/22,12/29


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Avon Reps Needed. Do you need extra
Christmas money? I can start you making
' 50% Free gift w/sign-up $10 for kit. Call
BJ 850-584-6289 or 850-843-2605.
11/24-12/29

Healthcare
Unlock Your Full Potential
When you join the Prison Health Services
team, you will experience a unique career
environment that offers you the opportunity
to leave the ordinary behind. Join our team
today at the Taylor Correctional Institution
in one of these positions:
Mental Health Counselor
FT/PT Licensed or license eligible
Contact Dr. Nina Barnes at (850) 838-4173
or fax: (850) 838-4081
RNs & LPNs
FT, PT & PRN days, 7 am- 7 pm
Data Entry Operator
FT. Must have good computer skills & '
prefer exp, nr a mr'nt -i c :ning
Contact Peter Laraia at: (850) 838-4069 or
fax: (850) 838-4081
We offer competitive compensation and
benefits package. EEO/AA
www.prisonhealth.com
12/8-12/13BH

,Immediate opening with manufacturer, of
ordinance products for skilled
maintenance repair worker.
Responsibilities include, repairing
mechanical problems, installing new
equipment, and repair and installation of
air and water lines. Candidate must have
demonstrated mechanical, plumbing, and
carpentry skills. All applicants are subject
to pre-employment drug screening and a
background check by BATF. Bring picture
ID and SS card or Birth Certificate and
apply at Employment Connections, 1702
South Jefferson Street, Perry, Florida, 584-
7604.
AA/EEONP
12/8-12/13MEl

Local Ordnance Defense Contractor is
.-urreriiiy :e.4 ing ir, fill a Program Manager
.position. The deal candidate would have
a B.S. Degree in an Engineering /
Management or related field with a
minimum of five (5) years experience in a
Program Management related position. PC
literacy is a must.
Under indirect supervision, candidate will
.Eprr.1ee p.7-ra ni, nal planning
:la ';.:'nInrac:lu. p.er,:,nr :,. ,jnl u, U.o.
Department of Defense related
requirements. Candidate will oversee

fiscal, operational, administrative, and
personnel management of the program, will
serve as principal point of representation
and liaison with external constituencies on
operational matters, and provides day-to-
day technical/professional, guidance and
leadership as appropriate to the area of
expertise.
We offer a competitive wage and benefit
package. EOE. For confidential
consideration, send resume to: Bulova
Technologies Ordnance Systems, 125 SE
Swisher Road, Mayo, FL 30266 or
emailto:bulovaordnance@alltel.net

Marketing Director
Newly created position to implement and
manage our in-house marketing program.
Primary duties include: Create, implement,
maintain an internet based marketing
program. Must be -3r,,iiii .,iri the internet
advertising and website maintenance.
Create and maintain a direct mail
campaign. Select, coordinate and attend..
trade shows on a national basis. Other
duties as assigned as related to the sales
function. Prefer a candidate with a
marketing or advertising degree. Big Top
Mfg. is an equal opportunity employer, Big
Top Mfg. is a drug-free work place.
Please respond via e-mail to:
K.Morton@bigtopshelters.com or via fax @
850-584-7713.
12/8-12/20BTM


Join Aaron's, Perry. Like phone, sales, filing?
Paid training, bonus, benefits.
Closed Sunday! APPLY IN PERSON
* Great pay .1870 S. Jefferson St.
* Medical/Dental Plan f Perry, Fl.
SBonus franmaun@msn.com (next to Wal-Mart)







RNs&LPNs >

All Shifts


CNAs

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

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


Inside and --Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
Yard Sale We buy...call us! Collectibles
Set-up -8-1 541 MaktTools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars
Pocket Watches Diamonds
Postcards Sports Memorabilia
S Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys


MISCELIANEOUS


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B-5 Perry News-Herald December 8-9, 2006


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
(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 the lives of our Residents and
Staff. Call 850-973-4880 Ask for Jane
Davis. Administrator.
11/29tfMNC

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.
Library Tech (full time) $8.04 hr.
Library Clerk part time $8.04/hr.
Fire Fighter-$10.78/hr.
Mosquito Control Tech $8.04/hr.
(Temporary)
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 EOE/VP/Drug
Testing/ Background Check Employer.
12/8fnBCC

BIG TOP MANUFACTURING NOW
HIRING. C.A.D. operator seeking -
dedicated and motivated individual to be
part of a team environment. Requirements
are te following: Microstation or AutoCad
experience, ability to use Microsoft Office
proficiently. Manufacturing background is
helpful. EOE, Drug Free Workplace,
Competitive Salary and Benefits. Apply in
person at Big Top Manufacturing Hwy. 19
North, Perry, FL Phone: 850-584-7786.
12/6tfBTM

Ad enl Chri.iian Village
658.JOBCDES1. 27) or wv A,. Jlage rnel
PT Communications Assistant
Hours may vary and include evenings,
weekends, weekdays, partial shifts, or
holidays as needed. HSD or equivalent
preferred. PC experience & proper phone
etiquette required. Duties include
monitoring multiple incoming phone lines
as well as fire/ medical emergency,
security, and radio communications
systems. Great working environment.
EOE; DFW. Apply in person at ACV
Personnel Department Mon thru Fri, 9:00
a.m. until 4:00 p.m., .Carter Village Hall,
10680 Dowling Park Drive Dowling Park,
FL, Fax resume to (386) 658-5160.
11/29-12/8ACV

Wanted Someone to get 2 kids, ages 3 &
5 off the bus and watch for 2 hours a day.
1st bus at 2:25 p.m., background check
and 2 references required. Call 843-8161
after 9:00 p.m.
12/8


Agricultural Investigator
Lykes Bros. Inc., an over 100 year old
privetly owned corporation located in
Glades and Highlands COunties, has an
immediate opening for an Agriculture
Investigator. Qualified applicants must be
a current Certified Law Enforcement
Officer and posses at least 5 years
experience working in law enforcement
either serving as an Agricultural Deputy or
Fish & Game Wildlife officer.
Lykes Bros. Inc. offers competitive wages
(including participation in the company's
bonus plan) and benefit package including
Medical, Dental, Life, AD&D and LTD
insurance plus paid vacation and
holidays. Interested applicants should
email their reume to
rich.hetherton(alykes.com or fax to (863)
465-1672.
Lykes Bros. Inc. is an Equal Employment
Opportunity Employer/ Affirmative Action/
Drug Free Workplace. M/F/DN.
12/6-12/8

Setup & Delivery Person good license,
must be 21.
Sales Person Apply in person at 1225 S.
Jefferson St. Perry, FL. Badcock Home
Furniture & More.
11/29tfBC

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

QUALITY MANAGER
Manufacturer of ordinance products
requires, a hands-on Quality Manager.
'Individual, will be rie:p..n;.itble ior managing
a quality program in manufacturing
environment. Responsibilities include but
are not limited to leading and developing
quality engineering hpeiiatiioris,
interfacing with customers and suppliers
and leading continues improvement efforts
throughout the organization.
This position requires a BS Degree,
preferably in Engineering; and 5-8 years in
the field, at least three of those managing
quality in a manufacturing environment.
The person filling this position should
have.some level of ASQ certification, ISO
9000 experience, experience.in statistics
and metrology, be computer literate, and
be able to demonstrate leadership ability
by past performance. Position requires
reliance on experience and judgment to
plan and accomplish goals through a
variety of complex tasks. This position
directly reports to the President. Salary
commensurate with education and
experience;, competitive benefits and
relocation assistance available. Send
resume with salary history/requirements to
ssleigher@martin-electronics.com
(attachments in MSWord accepted) or mail
to MEI, 10625 Puckett Road, Perry, FL
32348, Attn: Human Resources Director, or
Fax to (850) 584-2012. Only qualified
candidates will be contacted for interview.
EOE, AAE, VP.
12/6-12/8MEI
Aucilla Christian Academy is currently
accepting applications for a bus driver
position. Must have (or be willing to obtain)
a CDL class B with P and S
endorsements. Also, must be a positive,
Christian role model. For more information
or to apply, please contact the school at
997-3597.
12/1-12/8ACA
Needed Class A driver with frame less
dump trailer experience. Call Fred'at 578-
3148.
12/1-12/13

Security Officers-needed good pay, local
steady work. call 850-672-9306 and ask for
, Rich. C&C Protective Services.
12/1-12/8-


Part-time janitorial position. Call 850-681-
3148.
12/8-12/15


HOLIDAY CLEANING?
Place your Yard Sale ad in the Classifieds! 584-5513








I am in need of Taylor County auto tags
beginning with the prefix #37 for the years of
1938, 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50
FOR MUSEUM COLLECTION
Also want Taylor County porcelain or metal auto tags dated
'1911-17, paying $500-$1000, each depending on condition.
Also want Florida tags dater' 1918-43

Jeff Francis 727-34b5-627
email: gobucsl3@aol.com www.floridalicenseplates.com
P.O. Box 41381 St. Petersburg, FL 33743


DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
DISTRICT TWO
Position number: 55009094
Occupation: Highway Maintenance Workers
Broadband code: 47-4051-01
Working title: Highway Maintenance
Technician II; Pay band: '02, Work
schedule: Mon. Thur. 7:00 a.m. to 5:30
p.m.,' Unit: Perry Maintenance
CONTACT: Jessica Rucks or Theresa
Kuhn; Telephone: 850-838-5800
Position located in: Perry, FL
Biweekly recruitment salary range:
$824.00 -$960.00
Type of advertisement: Open Competitive
Benefits include: state, pension plan,
subsidized health/life insurance plans; paid
holidays/paid vacation and sick leave.
Special Requirements: Possession of a
Class 'B' CDL Driver's License or higher.
Knowledge, skills and abilities:
1. Knowledge of maintenance of traffic (I.E.
Signs, cones, arrowboards, etc.)
2. Skill in using hand and power tools, as
well as, equipment in routine maintenance
and repair work
3. Ability to work outdoors (stand, bend;
walk, and lift 50 pounds)
4. Skill in operation and light maintenance
of vehicles and/or mechanized equipment
5. Ability to work effectively as a team,
member .
Special notes: if you need an
accommodation because of a disability in
order to -participate in the
alplication/selection process, please notify
the contact person in advance. We hire
rnly U.S. citizens and lawfully authorized
aiien workers For applicants claiming
Veterans Prelerence plea e a> your DD214
to People Fir'ui. ''04:.636.2627
The Department ol Transportation is an
Equal -Employment Opporiuniiv Affirmative
Action, Drug Free Workplace employer
12/6-12/8


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
11/1tf
For Sale: '2000' EZ Go golf cart. 2 cycle
motor, $1,500. Call 386-209-0241.
12/8


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For Sale 1990 Eddie Bauer Bronco, 302.
V-8, 4x4, good condition, fully loaded,
custom wheels, 152,330 miles, $4,500.
Call 584-2662 after 6 p.m.
11/29-12/8

1994 Mercury Grand Marque, 4 new tires,
new paint job, good condition. $3,000. Call
Angie 584-9321 A.S.A.P.
12/8
1995 Ford F150 4x4, 6 cyl., runs great,
cold A/C, everything works and drives
good. $3,500. Call 584-2071
tfLD
UWS Truckbox, single lid, black powder
coat, 7.5 cu, ft. (small truck) $125 Like
new.
Brand New P205/75 R15 Mastercraft tire
mounted on GM rim $30. Call 843-2418.
10/20BG

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

1999 Lincoln Town Car Cartier, one owner,
fully loaded 74,300 actual miles,
excellent condition Call 584-4873'
12,'612..8 '


Shih-Tzu pups 7 weeks, shots, wormed 4 Free p;:., up of abandoned & unwanted
males, no papers. $375. Call 584-6210. vehicles! heavy equipment. Top cash on
12/8-12/13all a run Call 386-344-3930.
1-/8-2/1311/12-2/7


AKC small black female Pug puppy 9
wks. Health cert. ready now reduced to
$450. Call 838-1869.
12/8-12/15,

To the person who gave me their e-mail
address and wanted my solid white, half
American pit, half boxer, please call me at
386-688-3704. The other buyer is out of the
picture and I have lost your e-mail
address..

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,

K-9 CNHRIST MASI
Come visit us at Winn-Dixie Saturday from
9 a.m. 5 p.m. for fun gifts for the entire
family. Handmade jewelry, homemade
cookies for dogs, and caricutres drawn on-
site by local artist... Bring a photo, of
anyone including pets who cannot alenc
All proceeds go to the Subway Dixon
Rescue Fund, Inc. A local charity
dedicated to the rescue & rehabilitation of
homeless dogs. For more info or question
Call 584-2944.
12/6-12/8




LOST DOG around Nov. 6. Female,
black lab, 1 1/2 years old, about 1 mile
down Beach Rd. She was wearing a silver
collar with no ID, 584-7279.
12/6-12/8



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Bail

Bonds

Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
it 11Izt EE er'dai\ Is Springwmet
107 N. 8QA
Jefferson St. 584 27





Come one... ..
come all'

PERRY ELKS




Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
1 305 Puckett Road J


NEED CASH?
.GOT JUNK?
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUCK?
I BUY SCRAP METALS ,
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
7/28-/103
Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. Wanted Isuzu and Toyota
trucks for export. 386-688-3999.
12/8S


I, Glenn Sadler, will not be responsible for
any debts other than my own .'effective
December 6, 2006,
12/6-12/8





JD.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates. We
also grind stumps. Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale,
tfJD

FAMILY COUNSELING CENTER located at
Crosspoint Baptist Fellowship, 920
Courtney Rd on Tuesdays with Dr. Sylvia
Tomberlin. Call today for an appointment.
(850) 508-6877 or (850) 584-5441
Counseling Cell Church
(anytime) (Mon., Tues., Thurs.)
11/22-01/31


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Dianetics by L. Ron Hubbard Send $8.00 to: Hubbard Dianetics
Foundation, 3102 N. Habana Ave., Tampa FL 33607 (813)872-
0722.
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"LAND AUCTION* 230 Props Must be Soldl Low Down /
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www LANDAUCTION corn NRLL East, LLC:AB2509,
Buleziuk:AU3448, Johnston:AU3449, Mauck:AU3447.
IRS public auction!!I 10 beautiful wooded acres in Gainesville-
horse country. Sale 12/18/2006, 11I am, in Gainesville,. FL.
Visit www.irssales.gov or call (850)445-4625 (Gary) for info,

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Machines, Free Candy All for S9,995. (888)629-9968
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NEW YEAR, NEW YOU! What if you could start your own
business today for only $29? Visit
'wv.dpaschal.myarborine.com and I'll introduce you to the
Arbonne Opportunity!

INDEPENDENT SALES REPS. Medical equipment field, full
or part-time, high commission, need driven sales, on-going
training provided, investment required. (800)501-9642.

Financial

CASH NOW FOR FUTURE PAYMENTS! We will by your
Annuity, Structured Settlement. Lottery or Owner Held Mort-
gage Note. Call R&P Capital Resources Inc. (800)338-5815.

HelpWanted

S2,900 WEEKLY GUARANTEED! Address letters for holi-
day cash.Noexperiencenecessary. Freeinformation.Startimme-
dialelyl Write: A&G Publications, 2370.G Hillcrest Rd. #147-
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We have drivers projected to earn S56,000 this year! How,
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0/0 Driver The F/S is higher here! Zero doin, lease/low
payments, S1.11 Avg. $2,600 Referral Bonus. Base Plate pro-
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CLASS-A CDL DRIVERS- Now Hiring OTR & Local Driv-
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Call Oakley Transport, (877)882-6537.
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A 2 Z Farm and Lawn Services
Harrowing, bush hog mowing, dirt leveling,
-rake work. and complete lawn services.
Tree trimming/ removal, dump truck
services. Call 584-6737.
4/12tfn

Palm Trees Done Professionallyl 20 years
experience, stump grinding, tree trimming,
Licensed & Insured. Call John at 850-672-
0290

MOM & P OP
LAWN SERVICES
(850)843-7579
9/1tf

The Handyman experts LLC, honest work!
Affordable, professional, licensed and
insured. Specializing in house painting,
interior, etc., mobile home repairs, home
maintenance, pressure washing (wood and
concrete) carpet, vinyl, wood floor, ceramic
tile, and repairs. Call 584-2270 (home) or
.838-6077. 25 years.
tfJM

CARPET & VINYL
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Latisha P. Patterson,
Petitioner/wife
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Michael Louis Smith,
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4254 Bench Mark Trace
Tallohossee, FL
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on or before the 27th day of
December, 2006.
If you fail to do so, judgment by default
will be taken against you for. the relief.
demanded in the petition.
Witness my hand and official seal this 26,
day of October, 2006.
Annie Mae Murphy
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Marti Lavalle
Deputy Clerk
11/17, 11/24, 12/1, 12/8


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned intends to sell the personal
property described below to enforce a
lien imposed on said property under the
Florida Self Storage Facility Act Statutes'
(section 83.801-83.809)
The undersigned will sell at public sale by
competitive bidding on the 9th day of
December, 2006, at 10:00 am, on the
premises where said property has been
stored and which are located at Lock &
Key Mini Storage, 1309 S.. Jefferson Street,
Perry, Florida, County of Taylor, State of
Florida, the following:
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 sale. Sale
subject to cancellation in the event of
settlement between owner and
obligated party.
Dated this 10th day of February; 2006.
12/1, 12/6, 12/8

PUBLIC NOTICE OF SALE
The Storage Place, Highway 98W In
Perry, Florida announces a public sale to
be held on Friday, March 17, 2006 at
12:00 P.M. The sale will be held at'the
storage facility located on Hwy 98W In
Perry, Florida.
The sale is being held to satisfy a
landlord's lien, everything sold is
purchased "as is" "where it" for cash. The
storage place reserves the right to
cancel any public sale that is .:
advertised. Also, the storage place
reserves the right to no sale d unit if
.deemed necessary. The units being
sold are as follows:
P17 ANGELA BURKE
P19 STACEY MORGAN
P21 LUGINE BELL/SHIRLIE HAMPTON
P31 LLOYD BLUE
P41 LAWRENCE BLOUNT J
P62 THERESA BULGAR
P70 -ERIN MCCRAY
P74.- CLEVELAND CONNELL
P75 DORIS BRANNEN & JENNIFER
SINGELTARY
P76 PHYLLIS D HAMPTON
P78-JENNIFER MURRHY
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