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    Section A: Main
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    Section A: Main: 2006 Year in Review
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    Section B: Community
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    Section B: Entertainment
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December 29-30, 2006


Unemployment reached




a 4.3% low in November


Taylor County's unemployment
during the past year has been on a
roller coaster ride, jumping in and
out of the listing of the 10 counties
with the highest unemployment.
Last month's unemployment
figures are out and Taylor stands in
the 10th spot, with a 4.3 percentage
ranking, up slightly over October's
percentage of 3.9, but down from
this time last year.


That figure is also the same as
unemployment for the entire
United States.
According to figures released by
the U.S. Department of Labor,
Bureau of Labor Statistics, Taylor
has a workforce of 8,830, with 377
unemployed.
With hundreds of lost jobs in
Madison during 2006, that county
is currently ranked number one in


the state on the unemployment list
with an 8.0 ranking.
Rounding out the top ten and
their rankings are: Hendry,, 6.4
percent; Hamilton, 4.8 percent;
DeSoto, 4.7 percent; Glades, 4.7
percent; Hardee, 4.4 percent;
Hernando, 4.3 percent; St. Lucie,
4.3 percent; Okeechobee, 4.3
percent; and Taylor, 4.3 percent.
It was noted that statewide,


unemployment has overall
decreased, with 16 counties having
unemployment in the 2 percentile
and 36 in the 3 percentile.
Other area counties and their
rankings include Dixie at 13th;
Gadsden at 16th; Suwannee at
29th; Lafayette at 30th; Jefferson
at 42nd; and Leon at 58th.
The state of Florida overall has a
3.3 percentage ranking.


The semi-truck above caught fire after sideswiping another
semi on Hwy. 98 in August. The truck leaked 85 gallons of
diesel after the crash. The full impact of the incident can now
be seen thanks to Perry Newspapers' recently installed low-
profile, four-high News King printing tower.
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Editor's Note: Major changes are on the horizon for Taylor County and 2006 may
go down in history as a turning point in development. Looming large is the anticipated
arrival of a billion dollar power plant that continues to spark debate, as well as a
major marina project that will re-define Taylor County's coast. On a smaller scale--but
no less profound in its impact on day-to-day living--are the. appearance of new
:shopping strips, restaurants and stores that have worked their way into residents'
-routines.The following pages contain the highpoints--and low--which will forever
"define 2006...Taylor County's sesquicentennial year.

January
A 35-year-old Homosassa man was struck and killed by a motor home
on U.S. 19 in Tennille while attempting to walk across the road on New
-.Year's Day.
The proposed power plant for Taylor County got a new name for the
new year...Taylor Energy Center.
-.* Landen Drew Feagle became the county's first baby of the New Year
when he was born on Jan. 2. Parents are Lonnie and Brandy Feagle.
Magnolia Bay, the $700 million development being planned for the
Taylor County coast, submitted its application for an environmental
resource permit.
Walgreens, the nation's largest drugstore chain, will build a 14,800
-square foot retail store on the southern-most portion of Perry Square
Shopping Center.
Stephen Alford, the land speculator from Niceville who attempted to
"swap thousands of acres of Taylor County lands for beachfront property
;owned by the Air Force, pled guilty to four unrelated bank fraud charges.
"*- Please see page 2


Taylor Energy Center
A new name, a more.
defined game plan and:
a multi-million dollai
commitment to the
community all marked
the top story of 2006--a proposed
coal-fired power plant that will
impact Taylor County's future for
years to come.
In late 2005, Taylor County v. a
selected as a site for the plant, arid
since thai rine the pi,..jeC p.uiners
have charted a steady course to.
insure that it comes to fruition.
January saw the launch of a nev
website under the plant's new
name, the Taylor Energy Center
(TEC).
In February, TEC hosted two
open house receptions to garner
input from local residents
regarding the project.
In May, TEC stepped up its local I
presence with the opening of ai
office in downtown Perry and the
hiring of an administrative
assistant.
During the summer months, the
City of Perry grappled with
concerns regarding the increaseJ
rail traffic that would accompany
the opening of the plant. By
October, the council had elicited a
$5 million commitment from TEC
toward a railroad bypass that
would divert train traffic away
from downtown Perry.
That agreement came at the,
height of public hearings on
proposed land use amendments
that would allow the plant to be
built at the proposed site.
The amendments were
ultimately approved by the
county's planning and zoning
board, as well as the county
commission.
In September, prior to the
hearings, the Taylor County
Commission unanimously voted to
approve the latest offer from the
TEC for community contributions
totaling $179 million over 40
years. Just two months later, TEC
announced it had finalized
contracts to purchase some 3,200
acres four miles southeast of Perry
for the plant site.
TEC capped 2006 by preparing
for a hearing before the Florida
Public Service Commission
regarding the need for the
proposed power plant.
TEC is a state-of-the-art 800
MW power plant that will create
up to 1,500 construction jobs and
180 permanent jobs. This $1.5
billion plant will be jointly owned
by four community-owned electric
utilities: Florida Municipal Power
Agency, JEA, the City of
Tallahassee and Reedy Creek
Improvement District.


The Florida State Bluegrass Festival came into its own in
2006, attracting a record number of visitors to Taylor
County.


New Horizons
A proposed $700
2 million marina and
resort on Taylor
County's coast entered
its fourth year of
development in 2006,
drawing closer to its promise of
"unprecedented" Gulf access.
The driving force behind the
project, landowner Dr. J. Crayton
Pruitt, faced critics of the project
head-on and, sought to reassure
everyone that it would be done "in
the proper way."
Throughout the year, a world-
class team of engineers and
environmental scientists worked
non-stop on permitting for the
multi-million dollar Magnolia Bay
Marina & Resort. Developers
hope to have permits to begin
construction in 2007.
The project will center around a
marina basin that will include
numerous wet slips and other
commercial enterprises as well as a
six-lane, 400 parking space public
boat ramp.
It will impact about 125 acres of
Pruitt's 3,780 taxable acres along
the Taylor County coast.
Project Manager Chuck Olson
estimated it will cost $700 to $800
million to construct the
development. In addition to the


public boat ramp, there are plans to
provide space for a school as well
as a courthouse annex.
Another landmark project which
will reshape Perry's future is
the planned 250-acre Cypress
Mill traditional neighborhood
development.
Cypress Mill will be located at
the former site of the historic
Burton-Swartz Cypress Company,
most recently home to
Consolidated Forest' Products.
Sitting at the west end of Main
Street behind Doctors' Memorial
Hospital, the site will be developed
by Cypress Mill Development,
LLC, a group of longtime Perry
landowners, residents and business
owners.
The team behind the
development has also partnered
with North Florida Community
College (NFCC) to establish a
satellite campus on the site and
plans to establish a YMCA (Young
Men's Christian Association)
center.

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Taylor County's own
field of dreams opened
to the great delight of
)"' countless local youth
and their parents on
Monday, Sept. 18.


Grey skies and a sprinkling of
showers did little to dampen the
spirits of. those who gathered for
the grand opening celebration of
the Taylor County Sports
Complex.
Regulation soccer fields--the
first in Taylor's history--were ready
to welcome teams from the Perry
Soccer Association. The field also
pulled double-duty for the City of
Perry flag and tackle football
leagues.
A playground and picnic shelter
completed Phase I of the long-
awaited project, which got..
underway with the purchase of the
site back in December 2001.
Ground-breaking ceremonies for
the complex were held in
September 2005.

Year of the Tourist

Tourism dollars were
hard at work in 2006,
with the Taylor
County Tourism
Development Council
(TDC) supporting a
number of new and returning
events aimed toward luring visitors
to the best-kept secret of the Big
Bend.
Family and friends of Florida
Junior Miss hopefuls descended on
Perry in March for the very first
state program ever held here.
Nine young ladies from Gulf,
Nassau, Seminole, St. Johns,
Taylor and Santa Rosa counties
enjoyed a week of fun-filled
activities all leading up to the big
day when one of them was named
state Junior Miss.
Following up this program was
the fourth annual Plorida State
Bluegrass Festival, which attracted
a record crowd in April. Thousands
gathered at Forest Capital Park for
the two-day event where some of
the biggest names in bluegrass
today took the stage.
The local economic impact of
the festival topped $1 million.
Organizers of the 15th annual
Perry Optimist Club Saltwater
Fishing Tournament set their hooks
and reeled in hundreds of
participants for their May event.
While the largest impact was no
doubt felt in Taylor's coastal
community, the ripple effect
spread well into Perry.
Also having an impact on the
local bottom line was the Gold
Wing Road Riders Association
Region A Rally held here in
September.
More than 600 motorcycle
enthusiasts from across the
southeastern United States
converged on Taylor County,
filling campgrounds, restaurants
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A-2 Perry News-Herald December 29-30, 2006


The


Year


in


review


Alford sentenced to 10 years in prison


YEAR IN REVIEW
Continued from page 1
Sentencing for all remaining charges was set for March 1.
Various improvements to the state-owned Hickory Mound
Impoundment were underway. New and improved water control structures,
concrete spillways and rip-rap were being installed with hopes of the
facility being re-opened in May.
Two-year-old Callie Blanton was recovering from a life-saving liver
transplant donated by guardian angel Mikel Anne Corbett.'
The Taylor County High girls soccer team captured the district title and
will advance to the state playoffs.
Save-A-Lot, a discount grocery chain, announced it would open a
Perry store in the former Foodland building.
A 63-year-old Gainesville man died after his fishing boat struck a
channel marker in the Steinhatchee River.
Taylor County will be hosting the Florida State Junior Miss Program
on March 4 at Forest Capital Hall.
Doctors' Memorial Hospital CEO Rick Brown reported that the facility
was operating at a $150,000 profit through,the first six months of its fiscal
year. That figure compared to a $650,000 loss during the same period the
previous year.

February
The Taylor County High boys soccer team defeated Florida High 1-0.
to capture the district title and move on to the state playoffs.
Former Perry Mayor Pam Feagle announced she would seek the county
commission seat currently occupied by Jack Brown.
A former math teacher at Taylor County High, 45-year-old Christopher
Lynn Barwick, was set to be arraigned Feb. 28 on charges of stalking and
lewd acts on a child.
The City of Perry announced it would begin looking at ways to fuel
revitalization by disposing of some 72 parcels of vacant land that it owns.
Taylor County Elementary School Teacher Anne L. Hendry was
selected as the district's 2005-2006 Teacher of the Year.
County Commissioner Jack Brown and County Judge Buddy Murphy
filed papers indicating they would seek re-election.
The Taylor County High boys basketball team captured the district title
by defeating Florida High 64-60. The team will now advance to the state
playoffs.
The investigation into the shooting death of 25-year-old Joshua L.
Massey ended when officials declared there was no sign of foul play.
Numerous artifacts have been recovered at the site of the former
Hampton Springs Hotel. The 71-acre park is currently being revitalized.
A Pensacola man wanted on bank robbery charges was apprehended
following a high-speed chase through Taylor and other counties that
reached speeds of 125 mph.
Work has begun on the old depot in downtown Perry. The MainStreet
Perry project was utilizing a $150,000 historic preservation grant.
Off-duty Deputy Danny Williams suffered extensive damage to his
face when his was attacked by a Rotweiller dog.
Seventy percent of Taylor Countians believe the proposed power plant


will be "very good" or "mostly good" according to a survey conducted by
a Florida-based research firm.
Susie Cruce was selected 2005-06 school-related employee of the year.
The Taylor County Commission passed a resolution to offer incentives
to Lance to encourage a $7.75 million expansion at the former Tom's Food
plant here.
Mark Southerland filed notice that he will seek election to the district
1 school board seat.

March
State Rep. Will Kendrick met with city and county officials in an effort
to help the community in its.war on drugs.
Taylor Energy Center held an open house at the Perry Woman's Club
with numerous citizens dropping by to get more information. on the
planned project.
Brianne Hoover was named Taylor County's new Emergency
Management director.
Stephen Alford, the land speculator from Niceville who attempted to
swap. thousands of acres of Taylor County lands for beachfront property
owned by the Air Force, was sentenced to 10 yeats in prison. His attorney,
David Fleet, got three years.
A three-month investigation led to the arrest of six persons in
Steinhatchee on various drug charges including the sale of
methamphetamines,,
County Commission.Chairman Daryll Gunter announced he would not
be seeking another term.
Local businessman Mark Wiggins announced he will seek the district
2 county commission seat. Long-time School' Board Member Danny
Lundy filed papers seeking re-election.
The City of Perry announced it was set to begin a $1.3 million sewer
system expansion into the Pine Ridge and Glenridge areas.
United Way organizers announced they had surpassed their goal of
$185,000 by collecting $188,800.
State and local environmental officials maintained a federal judge's
ruling did not remove permitting authority from the state in regards to
Buckeye's discharge permit. "
Cianna Reaves was named the Boys & Girls Club's youth of the year.
Community leaders were busy welcoming participants and visitors to
the Florida State Bluegras's Festival scheduled to begin March 31 at Forest
Capital Park.
Doctors' Memorial Hospital officials may now request the use of
excess sales tax revenue to purchase new equipment, according to action
by the county commission.

April
An estimated 3000 people flocked to the Florida State Bluegrass
Festival held here March 31-April 1, doubling the attendance of the
previous year's event. The economic impact from the two-day festival was
projected to be $1 million. It was coordinated by the Perry/Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce, and supported by the Tourism Development


Council with Progress Energy as title sponsor.
The county commission formed a committee to look at transforming
the old Doctors' Memorial Hospital building into a nursing home for
veterans.
The county also approved additional tax incentives to attract a $7.5
million expansion of the existing Tom's Food plant in Perry. The
incentives worked and Lance later announced that it would add a "kettle
chip line" and as many as 52 jobs in Perry, instead of Corsicana, Texas,
which was also vying for the manufacturing expansion.
Local attorney Angela M. Ball announced her intention of seeking the
office of Taylor County judge. In the following edition, Stephen "Buddy"
Murphv announced that he would seek re-election to this post.


Young ladies from across the state competed in Taylor
County for the Florida Junior Miss title.
The county commission decided to move forward on a public boat
ramp for Steinhatchee, affirming the Steinhatchee Boat Ramp Committee's
suggestion to focus on a site near the old Woods Marina. Later, some
$200,000 in potential grant money (which had been earmarked for
dredging at Dark Island) was transferred to the Steinhatchee boat ramp
project.
The Perry City Council reversed its decision to hand over prime
Jefferson Street frontage lots to MainStreet Perry for a low income housing
program.
Babysitter Christine Falling (who pled guilty to murdering three
children in her care) was denied parole during a hearing in Tallahassee. It
was the first parole hearing held for the former Taylor County resident,
who had completed a mandatory 25 years of a life sentence.
A prisoner was re-captured in downtown Perry after he escaped from
law enforcement officers who were escorting him for his first appearance
before Judge Stephen "Buddy" Murphy.
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A-3 Perry News-Herald December 29-30, 2006


The


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Hartsfield charged with DUI manslaughter


YEAR IN REVIEW
Continued from page 2
Louis "Sonny" Parker Jr. filed a
notice of candidacy for the county
commission (district 2) seat being
vacated by Daryll Gunter.
Taylor County was awarded a
technology grant of nearly $1
million to implement a laptop
computer initiative at Taylor
County High School and Taylor
County Middle School. Through
the grant, every 8th and 9th grade
student in the district will be
provided a laptop computer for the
'2006-07 school year.
Two longtime teachers in
Taylor County died on April 26:
!Gilbert Barr, a coaching legend,
and Ann Faircloth Wight, a social
'studies teacher "who engaged her
,students with firsthand accounts of
;world travels."

I May
*Nearly 100 K-9 law
-enforcement teams were
:welcomed to Perry for the fourth
annual K-9 Training and Problem
iSolving Workshop hosted by
American Aluminum Accessories.
Organizers of the 15th annual
Perry Optimist Club Saltwater
Fishing Tournament were luring
anglers with a grand prize of a 21-
foot Contender, valued at $55,400.
Bobby Joe Wood and Keith Wilkes
won $1500 for their prize catches
on May 6; the Contender went to a
Tallahassee team captained by
Marcus Bouton.
The Taylor County High
School Academic Team placed
sixth in the Commissioner's
Academic Challenge held at Walt
Disney World.
A drug sting put in place by the
Taylor County Joint Drug Task


Force netted "a big player,"
Nicholas Michael Freeman, 28,
suspected to be a major dealer in
the area.
County Commissioner Jack
Brown announced that he would
not seek re-election for a second
term in District 4. In the same
edition, local businessman Bruce
Ratliff declared his intentions to
run for the seat.
Shannon Price, who will be the
first female doctor from Taylor
County to earn a medical degree
and return to Perry to .practice,
graduated from Florida State
University's College of Medicine
on May 20.
A 32-year-'old Perry man was
charged with two counts of DUI
manslaughter after causing. "a
horrific crash" which killed two
and left two others critically
injured. Charles E. Hartsfield Jr.,
who received only minor injuries
in the crash, was arrested at the
scene but later released on
$200,000 bond.
Math-whiz Natalie York was
named valedictorian of the
graduating Class of 2006, and
Jennifer Reams followed in the
footsteps of her mother and sister,
by securing the salutatorian slot.
Former City of Perry mayor,
Ken Pickles, died at the age of 58
after an-extended illness.
A 79-year-old South Florida
man was forced to land his private
plane in a local field here when he
ran out of fuel and could not make
it to the Perry/Foley Airport.
Roger Nelson was commended for
"doing an admirable job" of
landing the plane--"he actually
went through a fence with the
plane without any injury to
himself," said Taylor County
Sheriffs Office Captain Audie
Towles.
A 52-year-old Taylor County


woman jumped to her death from
the Jena Bridge in Steinhatchee on
May 20.
Cecil Padgett announced his
candidacy for the County
Commission seat for district 2.
A $16.7 million project to
surface and make drainage
improvements to U.S. 19 South
began at the Fenholloway River
Bridge and would extend 17 miles
south.
A murder investigation was
underway after a Perry man was
found shot to death in a vehicle
parked behind the Temple of God
Church on Sandra Street.
Chavorski B. Burney, 23, was the
victim and indications of foul play
launched the homicide
investigation.
Joe P. Bums Jr., best known for
the funeral home which still bears
his name, died May 26 after a short
illness. He was described as a
business man, civic leader, devoted
father and husband.


June

An elderly Perry man who
survived 24 hours stranded in the
woods was found after a massive
hunt by land and air. John T.
McNeese, 79, was found by his
truck, which was stuck in the edge
of San Pedro Bay. He was tired
and dehydrated but otherwise
okay.
For the second time in as many
years, Perry's Hampton Inn was
named the number one Hampton
Inn in the world.
Local businessman Mark D.
Wiggins announced his candidacy
for the District 2 seat on the county
commission, while Richard
Schwab declared the beginning of
his campaign for the District 4


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the historic property was slated to
become a "walkable, traditional
neighborhood including a diverse
mix of residential, retail, civic and
open spaces." The development
will be called Cypress Mill.
County Administrator Buddy
Humphries announced that he
would not renew his employment
contract in September, but would
enter into retirement.
Tragedy struck a Taylor County
family which watched as their
home, vehicles and personal
belongings went up in flames.
Kenny Crews and family in
Athena woke up to flames rolling
down from the roof. They escaped
to safety but watched helplessly as
fire quickly consumed the
structure.
Tropical Storm Alberto soaked
Taylor County and brought the
national media to the coast to
survey the storm.
Hickory Mound re-opened
after extensive repairs and
improvements to the dike
structure. The area has long been
popular with crabbers, fishermen,
hunters, birders and outdoor
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YEAR IN REVIEW
Continued from page 3
County (or anywhere else in the
Big Bend area of Florida) for
missile testing.
Only an "okay" prediction was
given for the Scallop Season .of
2006, and that prediction proved to
be true for recreational harvesters
here.
The Taylor County Health
Department announced that it
would limit its range of services
"to those most in need" because a
full-time physician was not
currently on staff.

July
In an apparent case of identity
theft, a Perry woman, Dawn M.
Couey, 30, was arrested after being
accused of using another person's
Social Security card and date of
birth to obtain several credit cards
and charging up to $18,000 on
them.
Emily Ketring was re-elected.
mayor by unanimous vote of the
Perry City Council.
William Lee Rollings Jr., a
native son of Taylor County,
released his new book, "Jump Start
Your Day," a Christian devotional
which establishes a new standard
in daily devotionals.
H. Wayne Putnal, the longest
serving police chief in the City of
Perry's history, retired after serving
36 years with the Perry Police
Department.
A former officer with Taylor
Correctional Institution pled guilty
to conspiring to smuggle illegal
drugs into the facility and entered a
plea of "no contest" to charges that
he received cash payments from
inmates and their families. In
return for his plea, Jared Lee
Fowler, 24, was sentenced to 60
days in the county jail. ,
The T.. I,.r County March of
Dimes WalkAmerica campaign
kicked off with a luncheon to
welcome team captains and
introduce the ambassador family
for 2006.
Five arrests were made after
law enforcement officers stopped a
three-vehicle convoy which
carried more than 70 grams of
marijuana and $37,000--the largest
cash seizure ever made in a traffic
stop in this county.
A man who car-jacked a
couple in their 60s at gunpoint in
October 2005, was sentenced to


spend the rest of his natural life in
prison. A jury found Kerry E.
Cummings, 35, guilty, of armed
robbery with a firearm, improper
exhibition of a firearm, possession
of a firearm by a convicted felon
and petit theft during deliberations.
With the stroke of a pen, Mayor
Emily Ketring formalized the City
of Perry's union with United Way
of the Big Bend during signing
ceremonies. Under the new
partnership, city residents would
be able to contribute to the non-
profit group by monthly pledges
which would be added to their city
utility bills.
Taylor County Engineer
Kenneth Dudley was selected for
the Rural Engineer of the Year
Award by the Florida Association
of County Engireers and Road
Superintendents (FACERS).
A world-class team of
engineers and environmental
scientists were working non-stop
on permitting for the proposed
multi-million Magnolia Bay
Marina & Resort, which would
bring "unprecedented economic
benefits" to Taylor County.
The Taylor County
Commission presented its counter-
proposal to the Taylor Energy
Center's $170 million community
contribution package during a
special meeting.
Pam Feagle, a Taylor County
native, announced that she would
pursue the office of county
commissioner district 4.
The Heritage Pavilion project,
spearheaded by the Perry Rotary
Club, moved toward realization
after the Taylor County
Commission approved the
purchase of a pre-fabricated
"concert shelter."
Property values in Taylor
County were expected to take
another large leap in 2006, with a
projected 16.8 percent increase to
$1.26 billion in gross taxable
value.
Three local environmental
activists set their sights 'on
- reactivating the dormant Taylor
Soil & Water Conservation District
and have secured three of the five
board seats, which have been open
since 2002. Joy Towles Ezell,
Diane Whitfield and William
"Rick" Causey all registered with
the supervisor of elections office
on the last day of qualifying.
Thanks to an increase in
property values, coupled with an
increase in state education grants,
the Taylor County School Board


was looking to decrease its millage
rate for 2006-07.

August
Seventh generation Taylor
County rancher and farmer Kyle
Rowell qualified (unopposed) for a
seat on the re-activated Taylor Soil
& Water Conservation District
Board.
Ray Mitchell Branch, 53,
formerly of Perry, was killed in a
two-vehicle collision in Dixie
County.
The Taylor County
Development Authority accepted
the first phase of a health impact
assessment of the pending Taylor
Energy Center and authorized the
private company to proceed with
the second and third phases of the
study.
Seventh generation Taylor
County native Roy "Doug" Cruce
announced his bid for the district 4
county commission seat being
vacated by Jack Brown.
A state administrative law
judge postponed a November
hearing to review a proposed
discharge permit for Buckeye until
a federal judge issues a final order
on whether state or federal
environmental officials have
jurisdiction over the permit.
A plea of "not guilty" was
entered into Circuit Court by
Attorney Greg Parker, on behalf of
Charles E. Hartsfield Jr., who is
charged with two counts of DUI
manslaughter, stemming from a
May 12 car crash which claimed
the lives of two men.
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Incumbent Mark Southerland
announced his candidacy for
election to the Taylor County
School Board, District 1 seat,
which he had held since 2005.
Steinhatchee is moving ever
closer to having its own sewer
system, but who would be in
control of it continued to stir
debate both here and in Dixie
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Fifth generation Taylor County
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county commission representative,
'district 4.
Longtime insurance agent
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candidacy for the Taylor County
School Board, district 1, seat up for
election.
Three masked robbers walked
into the Cash Advance office and
robbed it at gunpoint.
Mark Viola was named
chairman of the 2006 Florida
Forest Festival. and invited the
community "to get involved and
join us in celebrating 'Forests For
Us.'"
Lringumie Tj:,lor Com, .
resident Joe Heartsfield of Shady
Grove declared his candidacy for
county commission, district 4.
Local civic leader Diane
Ching announced her 'candidacy
for the county commission seat for
district 2.


A former math teacher at'
Taylor County High School,
Christopher Lynn Barwick, 46,
was sentenced to six years
probation here for aggravated
stalking and (performing) a lewd
act on a child. He also received an
additional five years probation-(to
be served concurrently) from
Lafayette Circuit Court for crimes
committed there.
Because of injuries to members
of the Taylor County High School
varsity football team, Head Coach
Price Harris announced that he
would be moving junior varsity
players up, leaving only 14 players-
on that squad. "That simply is not
enough players to compete this
season, so the jayvee.football has
to be canceled."
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seven-week-old daughter, who was
killed in Lafayette County.
The owners of the Taylor
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creation of a community grant
program to support programs and
projects involving environmental
education, economic development
and outdoor recreation. The' grants
are up to $10,000 each.'

September
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awarded a Bachelor of Science
degree posthumously to Christina
Elizabeth Coleman Frances,
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in a traffic accident on June 13.


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Ball in local election results.
Incumbent Mark Southerland
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while Mark Wiggins and Rudolph
Parker won their primary posts.
Two men drowned off the coast
in separate incidents. Dennis
Charles of Steinhatchee was found
floating approximately 200 yards
from his boat. Daniel Clark of
Suwannee County drowned, after a
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boat and he was unable to get back
in it.
After years of planning,
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Earthquake rumbles in the Gulf


Parker,

YEAR IN REVIEW
Continued from page 5
for players to take the field.
SAn earthquake with a
magnitude of 5.9 rumbled in the
Gulf of Mexico, and according to
the U.S. Geological Survey, four
people from Taylor County
reported feeling the morning
rumbles--three in Perry and one in
Steinhatchee.
Law enforcement stepped up to
the plate again in its never-ending
war against drugs--this time
coming up with at least 10 arrests
during a mock drug check point
including a school counselor from
Tallahassee who had a bag of
marijuana in his car.
'The Perry/Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce would not
be included in the county's
proposed lump sum donation to
United Way for non-profit


Wiggins

$179 million over 40 years.
Commissioner Jack Brown
announced that he would apply for
the county administrator position.
Dorsett Stadium and Pace Field
were slated to see a changing of the
guard when, as of Oct. I,
ownership of the city-owned
facilities would be placed in the
hands of the Taylor County School
Board.
The City of Perry received
more than 150 applications for city
police chief and had narrowed the
field to some 15 candidates.
A Perry woman, Pamela
Padgett, 42, died as the result of
domestic violence and the man
allegedly responsible for her death,
Carl Kenneth Thomley, 42, was
slated to face a Grand Jury in
October.
After several months of
searching, the Taylor County
Commission decided on a


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organizations. Instead, the
chamber would receive its $15,000
contribution directly from the
county.
For his service to Taylor
County and his commitment to
public education, Forest Ranger
Billy Wright with the Florida
Division of Forestry, was named
the Florida Forestry Association's
2006 Forest Ranger of the Year.
The City Council formally
petitioned .the Taylor Energy
Center for a'monetary commitment
which could reach into the millions
to, help fund a railroad bypass
around Perry.
It's official! The county and
city animal control services have
been consolidated into one
department.
The local Rotary adopted Lt.
Stephen Smith's platoon in Iraq for
sponsorship and has sent care
packages all year long. Smith,
from Perry, is the son of Attorney
Mike Smith and wife Gail.
A Perry woman, Pamela
Padgett Grambling, 42, was
fighting for her life, after being
savagely beaten by her live-in
boyfriend,, Carl Kenneth Thomley,
42. Padgett was left in a coma from
the beating.
A 70-year-old was in critical
condition in a Tallahassee hospital
after a garbage truck backed over
him at Tidewater Apartments.
The Taylor County
Commission unanimously voted to
approve the latest offer from the
Taylor Energy Center for
community contributions totaling


replacement for County
Administrator Buddy Humphries--
a candidate from their own ranks.
At a special meeting held,
commissioners voted 4-0 to make
Commissioner Jack Brown their
top choice for the position.
Long-time Perry stand-out
Myra Chauncey Mercer died at age
99.

October

Mayor Emily Ketring called
for a special meeting of the city
council to discuss a letter of
commitment from Taylor Energy
Center regarding its monetary
pledge toward funding for a
railroad bypass around Perry.
William Rick Causey, an
outspoken critic of the proposed


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Magnolia Bay Development near
Dekle Beach, told police he was.
struck in the jaw by the project's
developer, Chuck Olson, while
attending "an invitation only"
reception at the Elk's Club.
Fans at the varsity football
game against Madison were
greeted with what has become a
familiar site--half of the visitors'
section of the stadium was still
cordoned off with tape,
disallowing guests to utilize it and
forcing them to find seating
elsewhere.
The Taylor County Planning
Board held a series of public
hearings on five applications, but
after the two regarding Taylor,
Energy Center drew more than
four hours of testimony, board
members voted to delay their
decision to allow themselves time
to consider the testimony as well as
many documents turned over by
the speakers.
High school senior Jennifer
Sharon Tedder, 17, would reign
over the 51st annual Florida Forest
Festival after being named Taylor
County's 2006 Junior Miss during
ceremonies held Oct. 7. Joining her
on the honor court were. Jamie
Nicole Jacobson, first runner-up,
and Brooke Michelle Granthum,
second runner-up.
Taylor Energy Center
committed $5 million toward a
railroad bypass that would divert
train traffic for its proposed coal-
fired power plant away from
downtown Perry.
Interim Perry Police Chief Lt.
Vern Clark, 51, was named to that
position permanently.
Jack Brown accepted the
position of county administrator
for Taylor County.
After deliberating "just
minutes," a Grand.Jury sent down
an indictment of second degree
murder against Carl Kenneth
Thomley, 42, in the beating death
of Pamela J. Padgett, also 42, and
if convicted, he could face life in
prison.
Amidst a teary and emotionally
charged service, Refuge 'House
sponsored a candlelight vigil on
the back steps of the courthouse to
honor victims of domestic violence
and proclaim October as Domestic
Violence Awareness Month.
A Perry man was the victim of.
an armed robbery at a local
convenience store-after which the
robber hit him with a gun, breaking
his jaw and sending him to the
hospital.
The team behind Perry's new
traditional neighborhood
development, Cypress Mill,
announced it has partnered with
North Florida Community College
to establish a satellite campus here.
Also announced was a plan to
establish a YMCA (Young Men's
Christian Association) center on
the 250-acre project site.
A 15-year-old Perry teen was
arrested and placed in juvenile
detention after admitting to several
crimes, including armed burglary


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and carrying a concealed firearm.
Coby Brannen, the son of Oby
and Wendi Brannen, sporting a
camouflage vest and tie was
crowned, Taylor County's newest
"Little King" during the annual
'Florida Forest Festival Little King
& Queen Pageant. Haleigh Brooke
LaValle, wearing a princess-pink
evening gown, was named "Little
Queen." She is the daughter of
Ryan and Marti LaValle.
On Oct. 21, Steve Holton
returned to the football field at
Doak-Campbell Stadium in
Tallahassee, 50 years after he first
blocked and tackled his way up
and down it as a
defensive/offensive end for the
Florida State University
Seminoles.
Gov. Jeb Bush and the Florida
Cabinet declared Oct. 23 through
Oct. 28 as "Florida Forestry Week"
in conjunction with the 51st annual
Florida Forest Festival.
The Taylor County
Commission approved four land
code amendments, eliminating an
exception, for large land parcels,
changing the requirements for flag
lots, cleaning up the language for
the county's sign ordinance and
allowing power lines and railways
in zones other than industrial.
Buckeye Technologies Inc.
announced that it earned $3.8
million after tax in the quarter
which ended Sept. 30.

November
An ethics complaint was filed
against commissioners Daryll
Gunter and Clay Bethea by
William Rick Causey, who in July
qualified to become a member of
the Taylor Soil and Water
Conservation District Board of


Supervisors. The complaints
resulted from an event held Sept.
28 at the Perry Elks Lodge by the
developers behind the Magnolia
Bay Marina and Resort Project.
Allegations that Magnolia Bay
Project Manager Charles "Chuck"
Olson struck' local activist William
"Rick" Causey at a private forum
on Sept. 28 would not prompt any
action, according to the State
Attorney's Office.
In its 51st year, the Florida
Forest Festival did not show its age
as the people of Taylor County
gathered together with thousands
of visitors from across the region
to celebrate "Forests for Us."
Democrat Mark Wiggins


garnered an 80-percent share of the
local vote in the General Election,
handily winning the county
commission district 2 seat.
Republican challenger Louis
"Sonny" Parker pulled in 18
percent of the votes, with a total of
168 in his favor.
Democrat Rudolph Parker
won the county commission
district 4 seat in- the General
Election, beating out Republican
Richard Schwab. Parker garnered
52 percent of the votes in district 4;
Schwab trailed with 48 percent..
Taylor County voters rejected a
local referendum in the General
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Election which would have
reauthorized the county
commission to grant tax
exemptions to new or expanding
businesses for. an additional 10
years.
The Taylor County
Commission agreed in a 4-0 vote
to continue the public hearings on
two proposed comprehensive plan
amendments for the Taylor Energy


James D. Bly Sr.
James D. Bly Sr., 69, of Perry,
died Dec. 24, 2006, in Wesley
Chapel under the care of Hernando
Pasco Hospice.
Mr. Bly was born April 24,
1937, in Penn Yan, N.Y., to
Kenneth and Alice (Higley) Bly.
He moved to Wesley Chapel 10
years ago from Penn Yan. Mr. Bly
was a veteran of the U.S. Marine
Corps and was a machinist for a
brewery can plant. He was a
Baptist.,
Survivors include: his wife,
Vivian Bly of Perry; two sons,
James Bly Sr. and Joseph Bly, both
of Sfieads Ferry, N.C.; a daughter,
Allison Bly of Sneads Ferry; two
step-sons, Jerry Omelia and
Richard Omelia, both of Wesley
Chapel; a step-daughter, Tina
Dunn of Wesley Chapel; and 10
grandchildren.`
' Gravesides services were held
Thursday, Dec. 28, at 11 a.m. at
Florida National Cemetery in
Bushnell. Family members
received friends Wednesday from
6 until 8 p.m. at Whitfield Funeral
Home in Zephyrhills, which was in
charge of the arrangements.
John Edward
Joyner Jr.
John Edward Ti. ner Jr.. 83 of
Pinehuiist, N.C. died Dec. 6, 2.1106,
at Moore Regional Hospital in
Pinehurst.
Mr. Joyner was the son of the
late Mr. & Mrs. John Edward
Joyner Sr. of Perry and was born
on June 1, 1923, in Millen, Ga. He
attended primary and secondary


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Center (TEC) until Nov. 20, at
allow the power consortium
behind TEC to make changes to
the language of one of the
applications which would give the
commission a voice in any
additional power plants that might
be built at the location.
Commissioner Clay Bethea
would have been the deciding vote
during a public hearing (in which a
proposed comprehensive plan
amendment sponsored by the
Taylor Energy Center failed 2-2),


school in Perry and graduated from
Georgia Military -College and
Auburn University.
Mr. Joyner served as a squadron
navigator with the 94th Bomber
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Distinguished Flying Cross. He
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Shirley Palmer Joyner; two
daughters, Judith Joyner Landers
of Birmingham, Mich., and Nancy
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but he was forced to abstain from
voting due to his employment with
Buckeye.
A Taylor Energy Center
spokesman said that the utility was
not planning any additional power
plants here but was willing to be
legally bound to seek county
commission approval should that
position ever change.
Thanks to sponsorship from the
Taylor County Tourism
Development Council (TDC), one
,city lot was to be transformed into
a winter wonderland, complete
with snow and ice.
Perry Newspapers; Inc.--
publishers of the Taco Times and
the Perry News-Herald--began a
"new tradition of printing


excellence for the Taylor County
community" with the installation
of a low-profile, four-high News
King printing tower
remanufactured by Robertson
Press Machinery Co,. of Joplin,
Mo.
Taylor Energy Center
Announced that it had finalized
contracts to purchase property for a
proposed electrical power plant in
Taylor County. Purchase and sale
agreements were signed with two
land owners--Buckeye and Foley
Timber and Land--for a total of
3,200 acres.
The City of Perry was seeking
a stronger commitment from the
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The


Year in Review


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Taylor County "saplings" joined in the annual salute to
forestry, the Florida Forest Festival. These future loggers
were "snapped" during the Kids Parade.


' Largest Free Fish Fry" and much
more.
In the end, the local economic
impact of the festival was
projected at more than $2 million.
Ending the year on a high note
was the very first "Snow Festival"
held in downtown Perry early in
December.
Downtown streets were filled
with holiday cheers as hundreds
filled the square to witness Perry's
first big "snowfall" and to play in
the (manmade) winter wonderland.


HEADLINES
Continued from page 1
and local motels.
.Those same establishments were
filled to capacity once again in
October for the annual Florida
Forest Festival. Thousands of
visitors packed Forest Capital Park
for the one-day event, which
hosted a line up of live
entertainment, the "World's


_,_ Taylor County had a
strong year in
development, landing
a $7.5 million
expansion line at the
Perry Lance Food plant and 52
new jobs.
Also springing up were two new
strip malls adjacent to the Wal-
Mart shopping center, along with a
Sonic restaurant, Dollar Tree and
Aaron's Rent-A-Center.
Early in the year Walgreens, the
nation's largest drugstore chain,


YEAR IN REVIEW
Continued from page 7
Taylor Energy Center regarding a
$5 million pledge toward the
construction of a railroad bypass
around Perry.
Members of First Baptist
Church celebrated the church's
150th anniversary with special
morning services followed by
dinner on the grounds.
Following almost seven hours
of public hearings, the Taylor
County Commission approved two
comprehensive plan amendments
for the Taylor Energy Center,
agreeing to transmit the
applications to the state's
Department of Community
Affairs.
A plaque in honor of the late
Perry Police Department Ptl.
Robert Johns was set to be
unveiled Dec. 11 in front of PPD
on Washington Street.

December
A Tallahassee man told police
he was attempting to kill himself
when he drove his 2000 four-door
Buick off the roadway and into a
cluster of trees on Puckett Road.
An 82-year-old bedridden
woman's life was saved due to the
efforts of law enforcement officers


announced it would build a new
14,800-square-foot retail store in
Perry. Those plans remain in the
works.
Badcock Home Furnishing
completed a landmark expansion,
opening a new 28,000-square-foot
showroom and store.
Save-A-Lot, completely
renovated the former Foodland
store and opened for business in
February.
Subway opened the doors to its
new building on Highway 19 while
downtown welcomed Espresso
Yourself Cafe, Candi's shoe store,
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and firefighters who went into her
smoke-filled home, pulled her
from her bed and dragged her to
safety.
Gary Lee Williams, owner of
Bulldog 1400 WPRY, died
Saturday, Dec. 2. He was 61.
State Fire Marshals were
investigating the cause of an
explosion that blew the ceiling out
of a West Spring Place home and
critically injured 56-year-old
Walter Wright.
Taylor County Fire Rescue
Chief Steve Miller stepped down
from his top position Monday,
Dec. 11.
Two more ethics complaints
filed by Taylor Soil and Water
Conservation Supervisor-elect
William "Rick" Causey were
dismissed. The Florida
Commission on Ethics, in a press
release, said that complaints
against Taylor County
Development Authority Director
Rick Breer and Perry/Taylor
County Chamber of Commerce
President Dawn Taylor were
dismissed due to a lack of legal
sufficiency.


Two Perry men, Loren Ashley
Smith, 26, and Simm Daniel
Parker, 25, and Lee Russell Martin,
35, of Texas, were killed in a fiery
. one-vehicle crash in Monroe
County, Ga.
It may have been two weeks
before Santa arrived, 'but .the
Grinch came early, slithering from
downtown businesses to homes to
apartments, stealing holiday
decorations and cutting ornamental
lights, before leaving a
personalized calling card.
The 2006 Educators' Hall of
Fame inductees--Carolyn Demps,
Dean Mannw and Verna Mae
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94 of them being served in Taylor
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A Perry woman, Cynthia
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injured in the crash.
Taylor County celebrated its
150th anniversary on Dec. 23. On
that date in 1856, Florida Gov.
James Emelius Broome signed a
bill creating two new counties--
Taylor and Lafayette.
Doctors' Memorial Hospital
Chief Executive Officer Richard
(Rick) Brown was fired by the
hospital's board of directors.


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new acquaintances.
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Ingrained traditions learned
early in life tend to linger with you
and you find yourself passing them
along to your family members.
One particular tradition for the
Leggett family involved New
Year's and a big pot of black-eyed
peas.We were convinced this was
no ordinary pot of peas and the
proof was in the tiny silver object
that lay somewhere in the depths
of the yummy purplish liquid and
little black-eyed peas. Finding the
tiny dime as you dipped your
helping of peas was the quest of
every child at the table on New .
Years Day. The tradition promised
great wealth and general well-
'being for the fortunate-winner that
ended up with the shiny evidence
on their plate.
The New Year's meal was simple
food like mashed potatoes,
cornbread, ham hockscooked with
the peas and it was all good. Mama
said the basic foods were to teach
us to appreciate what we had. We
tasted it all but the peas were the
star at the dinner table. As the
lowly bowl of peas was whisked
around the table and plates were
filled and refilled, our stomachs
would begin to expand with the
amount of peas we consumed in
search of the dime.
This ritual was carried out with a
great amount of good-natured
joking and laughter. I don't know-
how mama made the dime so
elusive but I have come to suspect
she only put it. in on. the last
refilling. Whatever her method and
without saying a word, by the end
of mealtime the black-eyed peas
were sitting in her children's
stomachs and a smiling child was
proudly proclaiming victory as
they held the dime high above their
head for all to see.
Somehow along the way I
developed a taste for the dry peas
and usually enjoy them more often
than once a year. Even though I
know there is not a dime resting in
the bowl of peas I always get the
desire to slowly drag the dipping


spoon around the bowl as I fill my
plate. Like I said, it's an ingrained
tradition and it just seems to pop
up without a bit of effort on my
part.
There are other traditions
brought from my childhood such
as, the "New Year's Resolution."
This tradition is marvelous since
you get to start out with a blank
page each year. Some of you might
have kept your resolution from the
previous. year and would shed
bitter tears over the things you
were unable to accomplish. Not
me, I was just so thankful to have
a new beginning each year that I
didn't blink an eye at last year's
list. I figured if the good Lord was
gracious enough to offer me
another chance each year I would
certainly take it With gratitude. My
cousins can attest to the fact that I
was the type of child that needed a
new start each year because
trouble just seemed to be my
partner.
I wasn't a bad child, just the
child who seemed to be in the
wrong place at the wrong time!
And I always got caught! So like I
said I was grateful for the chance
to outline a new start each year.
The list contained wishes to make
good grades, keep my room
cleaner, not get in fights.....and just
in case I couldn't follow through I
always added, "and I hope I don't
get caught this year."
Once I hit my teens and into
adulthood the.list changed to fit the
need. But, I still feel that thrill each
year in knowing that a new year
lies ahead of me with untold
possibilities. So, I let the past be
the past with all its unfinished
business and I open myself up to
the future that lays before me.
Traditions are wonderful for
keeping our lives centered and for
teaching us what really matters in
life. As you enjoy your New Year's
2007, look at it this year through
the eyes of a child. It's a blank
sheet of paper and it's your gift
from God to choose its direction.


Watch Night

services to

greet 2007
Antioch 'watches' for '07
Antioch Missionary Baptist
Church will have Watch Night
services on Sunday, Dec. 31, at 10
p.m. featuring Minister Ulysses
Hawkins, and others, as speakers.
The fellowship will continue in the
dining area after the service.
Preach Bowl
marks new year
Temple of God Baptist Church,
located on Sandra Street, will
present a Preach Bowl on Sunday,
Dec. 31, from 9 p.m. until 12:30
a.m. There will be preaching,
praising, dancing, singing and a
special puppet show. Breakfast
will be served; everyone is invited.
Jesus Rally scheduled
Sunday night
Glorious Rain Church of God of
Prophecy invites the community to
"bring in the new year with us"
during a Jesus Rally on Sunday,
Dec. 31, from 9 p.m. until
midnight.
Breakfast follows
Watch Night
New Beginning will hold a
Watch Night service on Sunday,
Dec. 31, beginning at 10 p.m.
Pastor Carrie Chisholm White
,invites everyone to attend.
Breakfast will be served.
New Year's Eve youth
extravaganza
The group, Face Down, will
headline the New Year's Eve youth
extravaganza planned by the
Taylor Baptist Association, with
the endorsement of Fellowship of
Christian Athletes. This event. is
for students in grades 6 and up,
and will include food, music,
games, worship and door prizes. It
begins at 8:30 p.m. on Dec. 31 and
continues until 12:30 a.m. on New
Year's Day, at the Taylor County
High School gymnatorium.
Rehearsals set for
King celebration
Youth group rehearsals have
been slated for the -Martin Luther
King Jr. birthday celebration on
Jan. 14. Rehearsal dates are Jan. 2,
3, 4, 9,10 and 11 at 6 p.m. at New
Brooklyn M.B. Church.


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B-2 Perry News-Herald December 29-30, 2006


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,What looks good in 2007?


S Its the end it the Near. Time to sta\ up late. %watch
'the ball drop and make resolutions ,ou know you're
1not going to he able to keep. It' a ume 0to reflect on the
,past ,ear and to look forward to the next
For the moo ie industry. 2006 wasn't a great Near. but
:it w as an improvement oier 2005. which was one ot
the worst ,ears in a decade for bo\ office grosses.
Looking ahead to 20.i0. howe er. a slet of high-
.profile sequels, threequels and beyond should help
pump the bo\ office back into shape. In fact, ne\t Near
-could be called the 'Year of the Three."
: \ ith mot e "sumrnme" beginning earlier and earlier.
the 2007 blockbuster season begins w ith "Spiderman
3" i ,Mas After the phenomenal success of thdie first
:two installments, the third film is sure to crank up the
action once again. This time around, the villains
include the monstrous Sandman as well as the bad guy
fans ha\e beer clamoring for since the first film t\as
announced Venon. Duector Sam Rainu and the entire
:cast return for what is one of the most highly.
anticipated films of the sear.
"Shrek Ihe Third' opens two weeks later with
Shrek in search of a suitabk heir to the throne of Far.
iFar Awva before he has to take up the job. Also ihe
product of two successful predecessors. Shrek has a
I large fanbase that should turn out in force for the green
man,. his princess and his donkey.
Finishing up lMa ia month of threes in a Near of
threesi is 'Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's
,End." Those of \ou who saw "Pirates of the
Cartibean: Dead plan's Chest" earlier this year--and
lookir-2 at the bo\ office numbers and DVD sales
figures. most of s\ou did--kno\t that film did not
pro\ ide much conclusion. Taking a page from the
"Mari\" sequels i' which is risk\ considering ho%\ well
the$ turned out, the twvo "Piraies' sequels were ilms
corncurrentrl, telling one storN. No traders hase been
released for the third film \et so details are still a bit
sketchN on the stores It %ill be hard to follow \ up the
success of the second "Pirates' mo\ie, and threequels
rarely do as \.ell as sequels, not to mention the
Scr...lded summer in '07, but Disne) should be happ3
with the film's eventual box office booty.
Continuing our trend, "Ocean's 13" (June 8)
reunites the large ensemble cast from the first two
Steven Soderbergh films for yet another caper. I've
n read interviews where Soderbergh and friend/
collaborator George Clooney admitted "Ocean's 12"
was not a worthy successor the original (which was a
remake to begin with), and wanted to make this one to
end the series on a good note. It's heartening to see a
director admit when he makes a bad movie and as a big
fan of "Ocean's 11," I can only hope they've. learned
from their mistakes. The mediocre second film,
however, will probably hurt the eventual box office
take of "Ocean's 13."
Skipping ahead to the waning weeks of summer,
"The Bourne Ultimatum" (Aug. 3) returns Matt
Damon as the covert agent with a Swiss cheese
memory. Having been put through an emotional and
physical ringer in the first two films, Bourne is still
trying to crack the mystery of his life before he lost his
memory. While director Peter Greenglass returns along
with the rest of the principal cast, the films have now
completely left the original material of Robert
Ludlum's novels and that is usually when franchises go
downhill (look at the James Bond films). I'm ever the
optimist when it comes to movies, however, and I'm
holding out hope the success bf the first two "Bourne"
films will continue.
One week later "Rush Hopir 3" opens with Jackie
.:Chan and Chris Tucker once again fighting crime.
Beyond that, few details are available, but rest assured
Chan will crack heads and Tucker will crack jokes.,
The final prominent threequIel of 2007 is "Resident
Evil: Extinction" (Sept 21), which is expected to
complete the trilogy of zombie films based on the
widely popular video game franchise. Continuing
where the second film left off, Alice (Milla Jovovich)
is hiding out in the desert, preparing for a final battle
against the evil hordes of undead.
Moving beyond the number three, we move ahead to
"five" and the movie I'm looking forward to the most:
"Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix." (Pro-


Blue Man Group's "How to be a Megastar Tour 2.0" makes a stop in Tallahassee at the
Tallahassee.Leon County Civic Center at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday., Feb. 21. Tickets for the,
concert go on sale Saturday, Jan. 6, and are priced at $49.50 and $75. They will be available.
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tip. an' sear a Harrs Potter film is released, that \'ill
be the film I look for ward to the mosti. Follo. ing dithe
tragic eents at the end of the fourth film. "Goblet of
Fire." Harrt\ finds himself back with his aunt and
uncle, cut off from his friends and an\ news of the
returning Voldemonrt. This installment finds Harrm
grow ing up and beginning to aci out against those w\ ho
ha\e helped him. demandinL- more from its teenage
cast. The "Harr\ Potter" tilmns are one of the most
profitable film franchises currently running and fans
Imi\self included \i ll be lined up in droves to catch
this latest installment in theaters The possibilitN of the
seventh and final Harrt Potter book. "Harrt Potter and
the Deathl. Hallows." berie released this sear could
add e'en more to the buzz surrounding the film.
Other big-narmed follow-ups this summer include:
'Fantastic Four: Rise of the Sihler Surfer." the
sequel to the popcorn flick adaptation of the popular
Marvel conic book series i June 15i; "Eian
Alnighl3.' the sequel to 'Bruce Alnmght'.'" with
Ste\e Carrell taking the helm as a modern-da\ Noah
commanded b\ God to build an arc--due to budget
overruns galore, this ,.ill be the most expensive
comedy\ eser, made (June 221. and "Lihe Free or Die
Hard.': the fourth installment of the Bruce Willis
starring franchise about John McClane., who this utme
around takes on a bunch of internet terrorists iJuly 4 -.
Adaptations are also big tor 2007. with
"Transformers" conung to the big screen--in live
actuon--Juls 4 Reading the buzz online following the
latest trailer to hit theaters. fans are either drooling or
bur ing their heads in the sand leading up the release
of the Nichael Bas directed. Stephen Spielberg
produced e\tra\aganz.. Based on the widel\ popular
cartoon series ot the Il'_ls i'1 which had its o1n mo\ ie
in l84 i. the people of Earth find themselves caught in
die middle as t\so races of transforming robots \\age
w ar i that sounded a lot cooler in mni head.
On JuIl 27. "The Simpsons. finally make the leap
from the small screen to the big one. Producers are
keeping a tight lid on the details of said 0ovie, but
"The Simpsons" haec a huge fanba-e eager' waiTng
to see how the town of Springfield makes the
transition.
Moving beyond the big-named titles and on to other
films that have caught my attention, "Bridge to
Terabithia" (Feb. 16) is based on a popular novel by
Katherine Paterson. Produced by Disney and Walden
Media (responsible for the "Chronicles of Narnia: The
Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe") the film tells the
story of two friends who together create the secret
kingdom of Terabithia, a magical place only accessible
by swinging on an old rope over a stream. The trailer
for the film shows beautifully crafted special effects by
Weta Workshop (the studio responsible for the "Lord
of the Rings" films) and a story about friendship and
the power of imagination.
Another adaptation, "Stardust," (July 27) is based
on the best-selling graphic novel by Neil Gaiman and
Charles Vess. The story is a long and winding road
through the fanciful as a young man named Tristan
tries to win the heart of his desire by going on a quest
to retrieve a fallen star. The film boasts an all-star cast
including Claire Danes, Charlie Cox, Sienna Miller,
Peter O'Toole, Michelle Pfeiffer and Robert De Niro.
The next two movies give their actors a chance to
play outside their usually given roles. In the first, Jim
Carrey plays a man who becomes obsessed with "The
Number 23" after reading a book with the same title in
a tightly wound psychological thriller. The movie
opens Feb. 23. On March 9, Adam Sandler takes his
turn with "Reign Over Me." Teaming up with Don
Cheadle, the two play former college roommates who
run into each other years later and rekindle their
friendship. Charlie (Sandler), who recently lost his
wife and children, has retreated from his life, while
Alan (Cheadle) is overwhelmed by his family and
professional responsibilities.
Finally, the film of 2007 with the best (at least the
longest) title: "The Assassination of Jesse James by
the Coward Robert Ford" (February). Brad Pitt plays
Jesse James in this western which delves into the
private life and public exploits of America's most
notorious outlaw as he plans his next great robbery.


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Saturday, Dec. 30
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Classical ,tMusic
Sunday, Jan. 21
Tallahassee Artist Series
Jeffrey Siegel, Piano
"Keyboard Conversations"
American Salute!
Opperman Music Hall
850-224-9934 www.theartistseries.com

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


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


La'ss, musicalsls
January 18-28
Tallahassee Little Theatre
Tennessee Williams'
"Night of the Iguana"!
www.tallahasseelittletheatre.org
(850) 224-8474

Monday, Jan. 29
Tallahassee Broadway Series
"Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor
Dreamcoat"
Lyrics by Tim Rice and music by
Andrew Lloyd Webber
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
800-322-3602 www.tlccc.org

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Gaither Homecoming
Give it Away Tour 2007
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and homecoming friends.
Tallahassee/Leon County Civic Center
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Tuesday, Jan. 23
NFCC Artist Series
The Glenn Miller Orchestra
Van H. Priest Auditorium
North Florida Community College
850-973-1653

Saturday, Feb. 21
Blue Man Group
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20017.
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B-4 Perry News-Herald December 29-30,2006


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',The Auction House will be closed Dec. 23
and Dec. 30. We will re-open Jan. 6, Merry
Christmas and Happy New Year!
12/22-12/29




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
We are looking for Long Term Deer
Hunting Lease. 200-500 acres. Water,
electricity available. Call Butch Peacock
850-545-6787.
12/15tf


. Historic Lee Cypress Home. 2800 SF 4
BR/2 BA on 1.8 Ac. off Paul Poppell Rd.
w/Enclosed Patio, Beautiful large sunroom
w/fireplace, cozy living room also has
fireplace. Home has large attic storage,
fenced in back yard with inground pool,
Built in 1929, remolded in 1978,
Heating/AC 1 yr. old Kitchen iedone in
S2004. Great Neighborhoodl Excellent Buyl
$185,000. Call Jason Heartsfield at Nature
Coast Inc. 850-843-0503.
12/27tfJH

Commercial Building' for sale 13,500 sq,
Old Badcock Furniture Building. Call 850-.
584-5891. Pete Fortner
7/19tfriBC


Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 .,,. Antiques
Yard Sale buy..callus Collectibles
Yard Sale
Set-up Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 838-1422 584-7124 Mon-Th Furniture


Music Lessons Producej- 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
Yamaha 5'3" Baby Grand Walnut finish.
Like. new condition. $7,000. OBO. Call
584-9381.
12/29-1/17
Queen Pillow-Top Mattress Set. Brand
new Chiro Rest in plastic with warranty.
$129. 850-222-9879
12/29GCN
BEDROOM: New complete 6 piece set
still boxed, $500, can deliver (850)425-
8374.
12/29GCN.
Dining Set, Solid Wood Pub Table, 4
Stools, Brand New. $299. 850-545-7112.
12/29GCN
Sofa, loveseat & chair. New micro fiber,
stain resistant, family friendly. $600, must
move, delivery available. 850-222-7783.
12/29GCN .




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

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

Lg. Bedroom w/private entrance and bath,
conveniently located in quiet
neighborhood. All utilities plus table
furnished. $450 month. First and last
month in advance, Only Mature Ladies
need apply. Call 584-2500 to see.
11/8tfBZG
For Lease: 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

3 bd/2 bth trailer, Lg. living room, 3 miles
from town. Fully furnished,. No pets, No
Partying. Call 371-1366 and leave-name &
number.
12/27-1/5
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

2 bed/1 bath house, central heat and air.
$500 per month. Call 584-6113 between
8:30 and 5:00
12/15-1/10

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

1 Bed, 1 Bth Duplex. Hardwood Floors
Cent, AC/Heat, New Bath, New
appliances. 2 blocks from Walmart,
Behind Tree-Capital Credit Union $400
mpnth. 1st, last, and sec. deposit. Call1-
850-890-1467.
12/29

For Rent Clean 2 bedroom trailer with
appliances, utility room with carport. On
private rot. 850-584-3728.
12/29-4/10


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.
tfEF,

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




For Sale Brown & White male Chihuahua
10 weeks old $200. Call 850-838-6481
12/20-12/29

Shih Tizu puppies for sale. Born 10/18/06
Black/white markings male, coco mix
color male $250 each. Call 584-9455
12/22-1/5 ,

Parrot, Macaw Bird, femaql, 2 yrs old,
talks, with cage. $1200, (850)843-0245
12/22-12/29

Rescued horse for sale to good home.
Twelve year old mare. Excellent pasture
pal. $100. 850-584-9668.
Used straight load horse trailer. Good
condition. $1,495, 850-584-9668.
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.

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.


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Wanted a loving person or couple who will
give my loving dog, in great health, great
watch dog and excellent companion a
home, I am moving to an assisted living
facility. Please call 584-7015 in not in
please leave message.
12/20-12/29

CNA's
If you are interested in
a great opportunity...
All Shifts Available
Full-Time or Part-Time
Premium Pay up to
$12.00 hr.

CALL TODAY!
(850) 997-1800
or apply in person

BRYNWOOD CENTER
1656 S. Jefferson St.
Monticello, FL 32344


Discover the Power of the
CLASSIFIED!

Small Ads...BIG Deals!


Come one...
come all!

PERRY ELKS



Monday 7:00 p.m.
Public Welcome
V^u 305 Puckett Road ,


SERVICE


-HELP


LPN Full time 2 pm 'to 10pm shift
opening. Seeking person who is team
player, organized, and has a good
attendance and performance record,
Smaller, modern SNF with good working
atmosphere. Contact Holly Reed,
Lafayette Health Care Center, 512 W.
Main St., Mayo, FL 386-294-3300.
12/29-1/10OLHC
Martin Electronics, Inc. is currently
accepting applications for assemblers.
machine operators, and a substitute
security guard, Competitive benefits. All
applicants are subject to pre employment
drug screening and a background-check
by BATF. Bring picture ID and Social
Security card or Birth Certificate and apply
at Employment Connections, 1702 Soutih
Jefferson Street,,Perry, =iorida. 584-7604.
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity
Employer, Veteran preference
12/29-1/10OME-B-762140 .

Experienced HVAC/R service technicians
:-with a minimum of 5 yrs experience.
starting wages $1 4-16/hr. Ca;I 850-584-
3626
8/23tfnAR

TAYLOR COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Road Maintenance Tech $8.04/ hr. +
benefits
Heavy Equipment Operator $9.31/hr
Planner $34,777 $39,145 + benefits
Mosquito Control Tech-$8.04/hr.
(Temporary)
Entire job descriptions and requirements
can be viewed -at
www.taylorcountygov.c6m or Taylor
Employment Connections, 1702 S.
Jefferson St. Positions are open until
filled. Taylor County is an EOE/VP/Drug
'Testing/ Background Check Employer.
12/13tfnBCC ..


BIG TOP MANUFACTURING NOW
HIRING. C.A.D. operator seeking -
dedicated and motivated individual to be
part of a team environment. Requirements
are the 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
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i* Buy and SellAppliances
Residential Service Calls
Parts for All Makes & Models
Next day availability ...If we don't
have it in stock we'll get it!

Also a drop-off collection site or call and we will
come and pick up your old unwanted appliances.
You may also drop off your appliance to be
repaired and pick Au later

Located right beside The Book Mart
(across from Kmart on Hwy. 19 S.)

(850) 843-0356
Or you can call 584-4969 and let Polly assist you.
Store hours: Mon.-Fri. 10 am 5:30 p.m., Sat. 10 am'- 4 pm







SRNs & LPNs
-FT, PT & PRN


CNAs'

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

Weekend Treatment Nurse
RN or LPN


Dietary Staff
Aides & Cooks
Sue Love, Director of Nursing








WANT TO BUY,

Old Sports Trophies (before 1975)
Comic Books (collectibles-any year)
Scrap Gold & Gold Silver Dollars


Pocket Watches Diamonds
> Postcards Sports Memorabilia
Taylor County Historical Items
Vintage metal toys/wind-up toys


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Needed Class A driver with frameless
dump trailer experience. Call Fred at 578-
3148.
12/29-1/12

Bass Player needed. Call 843-3333 For
more information.
12/20-12/29


Sales Person Needed. Apply in person at
1225 S. Jefferson St. Perry, FL..Badcock
Home Furniture & More,
11/29tfBC .

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Boat or Sale! 2004 19' Bluewave 90 horse
Yahama Center Coriole Frontdeck, live
well; cooler seat, V-IF Raido very nice
boat. $13,000. Day 672-0755, night 584.
2106 ,'

26ft. Party Barge Pontoon Boat w/on board
grill, stereo, 110hp. Mariner engine, hard
top, floor & interior redone. Runs great!
$3000. 850-584-4234 nights & weekends.
12/29
25 ft. Avion Aluminum Airstream Travel
Trailer with tandom axle's sleeps 4+ easy
to pull $1200 Call 838-2863.
12/29


,Avon Reps Needed. Do you need extra
Christmas money? I can start you making
50% Free gift w/sign-up $10 for kit. Call
3J 850-,84.6289 or 850-843-2605,
11/24-12,9

Local Ordnance Defense Cuniractor is
currently seeking to fill a Progr ram Manager
position' The ideal'candidate would have
a B.S. Degree inr an Engineering ./
Management or related held with a
minimum ofl ive (5) years e-.perience in a
Program Management related position. PC'
literacy is a must,.
Under indirect supervision,,candidate will
oversee operational planning,
establishment, execution, and evaluation
of a contractual performance under U.S.
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
emrna11 bulovaordnanceallFlel rnel


TREE REMOVAL, STUMP GRINDING
Free Estimates, Bucket Truck Available,
branches trimmed. Licensed & Insured.


Call John (Sesock), (850) 584-2027 or
(850) 591-8301.
12/13-01/05 i

lJ.D,'s Tree Service and. Lawn Care..
Licensed and insured. Free.e.timatps,^.W;
'also grind stumps. Call today 8 '- 8,
Firewood for sale.
tfJD

CARPET & VINYL -
Installation and repairs done at a good
'price.-No overhead. Direct savings to you.
30 years experience. 850-838-9050.
Please leave message. .
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STUMP GRINDING
-. -. AND .
PRESSURE WASHING.
Free Estimateslli
Call Billy Blue at ,
838-1307 or 672-0955
3/10tfgBB
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

Handyman work call David Mosley at 223-
3425 or 672-0557.
12/13-12/29
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


TREE CAPITAL
CLEANING
UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET \
CLEANING -
Dries in 3-4 hours
584-CLAAN i
1584-2532)

Bush Hog Mowing, Dozer Work, Rake!
Work, Land Clearing, Free Estimates. Call
(850) 843-2187.
9/29-12/29 -

Chad Dees Lawn Care
Hi, Taylor County, love to spend time in
the great outdoors with your family? Allow
me to introduce Chad Dees Lawn Care,
We are open and now ready to take care of
your yard and give you more time to spend
with your family. Please call (850) 584-
8959 hit 1 or email us at
chdees1287@hotmail.com and I will return
your call. Chad H. Dees/ Owner,
12/29-3/30


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EMPLOYMENT

OPPORTUNITIES
at the Boys & Girls Club of
Perry/Taylor County

Part-time General Program Staff
Job duties to be determined on a needs basis by Unit and
Program Directors. Minimum qualifications: High school diploma
and experience working with youth. 15-20 hours per week, more
during summer and holidays, Please contact the Unit Director
at each club for more information.

Project Manager for the Behavioral
Management and Reinforcement Grant
Successful applicant must have at least a two year college degree,
two years experience with a Boys & Girls Club or related field,
strong oral and written communication skills, supervisory skills,
and computer literacy skills. Position duties include but are not
limited to the following: case management, reporting to state
grant evaluating, partnership development, program
implementation, data entry, and marketing of program in local
community.

Summer Food Manager and Monitor
This position is for the summer only, duties to include overseeing
summer food staff and sites, menu planning according to USDA
guidelines, transportation of meals, and record keeping for all
sites. Pay rate between $10.00 and $12.00 per hour, 30-35
hours per week.

Serious inquiries only may be addressed to Lisa
English at the Boys & Girls Club Administrative
Offices, P.O. Box 1474 (202 East Julia Drive)
Perry, Florida 32348, 850-838-2471 ext. 200,
fax 850-838-9033
or email lisa.english@bgperry.org.

Club Locations
Veterans Park Unit
Teresa Newman, Unit Director, 918 N. Washington St.
Jerkins Unit
Natisha Basha Miller, Unit Director, 1201'Martin Luther King Ave.


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1993 Ford F150 4x4, 6 cylinder, 5 speed.
Excellent condition. Call 584-5670 or 843-
2877.
12/20-12/29

1993 Ford Ranger V6, excellent condition,
manual. Call (850) 223-1192,
12/1-12/29
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.
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(Hwy. 19 North) 584-2434
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Tree trimming & Tree Removal
James Harrell & Wayne Morgan
26 years combined experience.
Licensed & Insured,
Line Clearance Certified.
Phone: (850)962-9069 Cell: (850)210-4761
10/13tf
Looking for home daycare? accepting
infants. Call 584-5928.
12/15-1/10


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LAWN SERVICES'
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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.
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Free pick up of abandoned & unwanted
vehicles/ heavy equipment. Top cash on
all that run. Call 386-344-3930.
11/12-2/7


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ROOFING Galvalume

Full line of 3Wide
accessories in stock Painted

Special Flashings Made All Types Warranted Metal Available
Cut to your desired lengths Delivery Service Available
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850-838-JUNK (5865)
.State Certified Scales
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Wanted dead or alive: Junk cars, trucks,
tractors, etc. Wanted Isuzu and Toyota
trucks for export. 386-688-3999.
12/29S


Wanted Someone
home. Call 584-4283.
12/29-1/3


to move a mobile


Announcements
The Davie Area Land Trust is dedicated to preserving
undeveloped land in western Broward County, Florida For
information and donations, visit us online at
www davielandtrust ore
What Destroys Relationships? Answer pg 446 Buy and
Read Dianetics by L Ron Hubbard Send S8.00 to: Hubbard
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Auctions


IRS PUBLIC AUCTION Unimproved real estate of 4.8
acres to be auctioned January 11th at 10:00am in Naples, FL.
Visit. www.irssales gov or contact Sharon W. Sullivan,
(954)423-7743.
Automotive
$500 POLICE IMPOUNDS Cars from $5001 Tax Repos,
US Marshall and IRS sales Cars, Trucks, SUV's, Toyota's,
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Building Supplies
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Business Opportunities


Swann
Bail
Bonds I .

Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
"Where Everyday Is Springtime"
107 N. 584 2757
Jefferson St. 5 25


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holiday call (800)866-5050 ask for Tony.


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STEEL BUILDING CLEARANCE
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prices. Withstand high wind and heavy snow Limited
quantities. For SPECIALS, call Pioneer (800)668-5422 or
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CASH PAID FOR Used Dish Network (NOT DIRECT
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Sanitation Service
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Construction Sites Parties Gatherings


P.O. Box 1564
Perry, FL 32348
Fax 850-838-1919
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Perry 850-584-9191
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Specializing in Trucks & SUV's

SComputer A/C
{ Brakes* Engine

4x4 Repairs
& Service

(850) 838-2983 7
3275 Courtney Grade PCFax (240) 208-8527
email: hcnmech@gtcom.net
Harold Norberg, owner Fl. MV #46759


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Support For Life's Journey
When someone you love is diagnosed with a life-
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Come fly with us!
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Luther S. Turner 2150 Ellison Rd. Perry, FL 32347


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( j Call Randy Thomas
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i. 850-584-5276
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Hearing Aids
* Expert Fitting
Highest Quality
All Makes & Models
1224 N. Peacock Ave.
In Perry
Dr. Jeffrey D. Russell
Audiologist
North Florida
Hearing Services

CALL
584-EARS (3277)


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Save yourself time
Call for an appointment .
584-8148
- Mon.-Fri. 8:00 am- 5:30 pm
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216 W. MAIN STREET
PERRY, FLORIDA32347
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New Homes Available
Remodeling
Custom Homes

(850) 584-3047
License CRC 1327408


Free Estimates We Install


2" Wood Blinds
(white or wood stains)
1" Flex-Aluminum Blinds
Vertical Blinds
Draperies Valances
Swags Toppers
Hundreds of Fabrics to Choose From


I Perry Drapery & Gift Shop
Downtown 103 N. Jefferson St.
e 850-584-6818:


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Panting, LLC

Residential Commercial
(FREE ESTIMATES)

Gus and Manuel Smyrnios

850-223-1402
850-223-3595
Licensed/Insured Contractor


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Gulf front lots SS95k. Homes starting mid $300k. New
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Great Florida Real Estate Auction 38+ properties atauction
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Visit www CampenAuctions com for details or call Ben
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