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Waned or exal attryhere


Let it snow, let it snow,
t it SROW
The third annual SnowFest,
coordinated by MainStreet Perry, is
expanding to a two-day event and will
bDedeld Friday, Dec.5, and Saturday,
The snow machine will be churning
out free powder Friday evening.
Additional activities will include a live
nativity scene and a community
Christmas sing.
We are inviting individuals as well
as youth and adult choirs from area
churches to participate in the
caroling, MainStreet Secretary
Martelle Shiver said.
- Our goal is to provide the snow'
train rides, a bounce hour and pictures
with Santa--all at not cost for all the
children of Perry and Taylor County.
ere will also be a live nativity.
Contributions for SnowFest 2008
e both "needed and welcome." For
more information, please call 838-

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this wonderful Christmas tradition."


e-
Author Susan Womble will be guest
speaker at the Friends of the Taylor
County Public Ubrary's meetmg
Monday, Nov.24.
The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m.at
the library.
Womble is a National Board
Certified teacher and a Florida State
University writing fellow. She has
taught reading, special education'
language arts, math, social studies
and the profoundly handicapped.
She is the author of "Newt's World:
Beginnings," which she wrote for her
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what it is like to be on the outside
looking in because you are different in
some sort a wa ti bout Womble
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Local residents are invited to take
part in a trip to Washington, D.C., to
witness the inauguration of President-
Elect Barack Obama.
Interested voters are asked to
contact Lisa Jay at 838-1038 for trip
details.
The package plan includes round
trip coach fare and a three-night stay
in Vienna, Va. (which is located 12

mil5efroolm Wa in poanr)t Jan. 18 and
Free tickets for the inauguration

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.Buckeye Community Federal Credit
Union is collecting non-perishable
items to be given to the Second
Harvest Food Group for the
Thanksgiving holidays. ? '
Collection boxes have been placed
iri the lobby of the credit union,
Members, the board of directors and
staff express thanks to everyone who
contributes.

Islaulats, asmis welconse Oath of office


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He is also the suspect in a
burglary/battery which took place
prior to the alleged sexual battery.
That investigation is still pending,
Price's arrest record includes
charges of shooting into an


occupied vehicle, possession of
cocaine and aggravated battery. He
has also been investigated for
retaliating against a witness.
PhaSe See pp 2


the U.S. Marshals' Violent Fugitive
Task Force Wednesday in
Tallahassee.
Jonnetrich Price, who was
previously arrested here in August
for allegedly shooting a man at 98
Bar, was booked into the Leon
County Jail and extradited to Perry
Thursday,
The new charges against Price
stem front an incident that
occurred here on Nov. li
Price has previously been
nainaicated as on adult and is
associated with the Cashville
Gang, police officials said.


The Perry Police Department
contacted the U.S. Marshals with
information that Price may have
fled Taylor County and asked for
assistance in the case.
On Wednesday, Nov. 19,
members of the task lorce located
Price while he was hiding in the
close of a residence in the 1500
block of Ridgeway Street in
Tallahassee. He was taken into
custody without incident.
Price faces charges of sexual
bonery by using threat of a deadly
woupon, and burglary of a
dwelling.


A 17-year-old Perry teen wanted


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they checked the bus twice whed
they returned to the bus garage and
did not see anyone left on
board,
Both Brown and Miller sent
letters of resignation to former
Superintendent Oscar M. Howard
Jr. Monday, Nov. 10.
At Tuesdays meeting. School
Board Chair Brenda Cariton said it
was the board's policy to move
forward with terminating their
employment.


A bus driver and bus aide who
left a child on a bus after
completing their run Friday, Nov.
7, were fired Tuesday night by the
school board,
The Taylor County District
School Board voted unanimously
to fire bus driver Flora Jean Brown
and bus aide JoeAnn Miller during
their regular meeting .
According to transportation
Director Carson Walker, Bus 44
concluded its route and Brown


returned to the transportation
department around 3:30 p.m.
The child, identified as an ESE
student at Perry Primary School,
was Icft on the bus approximately
20 minutes.
When the child failed to come
home. his mother called the bus
garage and at that point they re-
checked the bus and found the
child inside. The driver then
transported the child home.
The driver and aide told otTicials


Over the past 10 years. Tolyr
County has exceeded the state
averuge six years. Its rate peaked
during the 21xu-05 year at 78.7
percent. The rate has fallen each of
the last four years. 0.4 percent in
2015-06 and 0.9 percent in 2006.
07.
Superintendent Paul Dyal, in his
first week in office, said Thursday
he plans to meet with the Taylor
County High School
administration and determine
wher bedropocctis to plans
accordingly," he said.
Among Taylor's neighbos ing
counties, Lafayette County had the
highest rate at 92.0 percent after a
12.6 percent increase over the
previous year. Dixie County had a
more modest increase of 1.3
percent to 76.6 percent. .
Madison and Jefferson counties


rates both fell. dropping to 69.5
pt'rcent and 57.5 percent
respectively.
DOE bases its graduation rate on
data that follows every single
student from ninth grade to
graduation. a method that more
accurately eniculates the number
of students who graduate high
school. Florida currently stands
alone nurionally in its practice of
compiling and following
individual student records to
: tit1tijtrue. true. four-vear
State officials are heralding the
new results, pointing out that the
numbers of minority graduates
continue to play a significant role
in the improvement of Florida s
overall graduation rate
1 am so proud of our schools.
Please see page 2


Taylor County's gruduation rate
fell 3.4 percent in the 2007-08
school year, below the state
average for the first time in three
years.
According to numbers released
by the Florida Department of
Education Wednesday. Taylor
County's graduation rate was 74
percent, down from 77.4 during
the 2006-07 school year.
Meanwhile, Florida's graduation
rate jumped 3.0 percent, reaching
its highest point ever at 75.4
This rate represents an overall
improvement of 15.2 percentage
points since the 1998-99 school
year.
During the same period, Taylor
County has seen an overall
improvement of 12.6 percent, up
from 61.4 percent in the 1998-99
year.


CO Scu pure .
Taylor County had a frosty look this week, with
temperatures dipping below the freezing mark. Ice
sculptures dotted the landscape, like this one found on
Waddell Foskey Road. Before you put plants out again, brace
for one more below-freezing blast forecast tonight.






CBSh flow problem


1Vith local tax bills delayed
following a computer glitch, the
Taylor County School District has
been forced to tap into its
contingency reserve and double its
line of credit to meet cash needs
until tax revenues begin to flow,
The school board unanimously
approved a resolution Tuesday
which allows the district to use its
contingency reserve fund for
operating cash.
According to District Finance
Director Vickie McManus. the
fund currently holds
approximately $650,000.


The board also approved
increasing its line of credit with
Capital City Bank from $2 million
to $4 million.
In a letter to Superintendent Paul
Dyal, McManus said: "We
currently have a line of credit of $2
million, and all but $70,000 of this
has been drawn down. With the
use of the $700, 000 in reserve
cash, we will need an additional $2
million to meet payroll and
accounts payable through mid-
January when we can expect to
Please see page 2


i


.
Incumbent city council members (I to r) Sylvester Harris, Emily Weed Ketring and
Alphonso Dowdell were sworn in for their new terms Tuesday, Nov. 11. County Judge Stephen
"Buddy" Murphy administered the oath of office. AII three council members were unopposed
in this year's election. The council also voted to keep Ketring as mayor and Dowdell as vice
mayor of the city.


Index

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Threesections IlillilentNo.16 Religion. ..A-5 Looking Back .........C-1
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.Cooler temperatures are here and
the Taylor County Animal Shelter
welcomes donations of old towels and
blankets. Please call 838-3525 to
make a contribution.


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PU TSO Sn catcher, 16,


ta r gets 72-year-old
Thanks to the help of two private citizens, police officers were
successful in apprehending a purse-snatcher Wednesday mornmg.
The 16-year-old suspect allegedly grabbed the purse of a 72-year-old
customer as she was preparing to enter Wal-Mart. He then ran across the
parking lot, followed by two men who heard the victim scream.
The men were able to tell police that the suspect had jumped a fence on
South Arthur Street; while checking the areas Perry Police Department Ptl.
Bruce GritTin found Kwnmaine Tramonte Cook hiding in a lawn shed with
the victim's purse at his feet.
Cook failed to comply with an order from GritTin to "get on the ground"
and was Tased.
Griffin was able to take Cook to the ground at which time he saw a .22
handgun full out of the suspect's pants pocket.
Cook resisted GriiTin's efforts to handcuff him and also resisted being
placed in a patrol car. Ptl. Connie Hightower and Sgt. Gene Franklin
assisted in handcuffing Cook.
Part of the cash taken from the victim's purse was found in Cook's
pockets and the victim was able to make a positive identification.


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TAX GLITCH
000tlnued from page 1
receive the property taxes
normally paid in November."
According to Taylor County Tax
Collector Jack Tedder and
Property Appraiser Eldon Sadler,
tax bills will likely go out around
Dec. 1, about a month later than
usual. Tedder said taxpayers will
still receive a four percent
discount if the bill is paid within
30 days.
Sadler said the problem
originated during the computer
programming process where the
programmer had to implement all


Loaded handgun recovered

PURSE SNATCHER
Continued from page 1


GRADUATION RATE
Continued from page 1
teachers, and students for this
tremendous achievement," said
Governor Charlie Crist."By giving
our high school students a
complete education, we are giving
them the foundation they need for
a successful future. Their success
will make Florida s workforce and
economy stronger."
"These results reinforce the
tremendous academic progress our
students have made over the last
decade and prove that Florida is
home to some of the best teachers
in the nation," said Education
Commissioner Dr. Eric J. Smith,
"It is vital that we continue to build
on our progress by elevating the
expectation for our children and

Pnce named prime

SUSpect in shooting

U.S. MARSHALS
COntinued from page 1


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Thanksgiving dinner, Florida Farm
Bureau would like everyone to
remember that the meal they are
about to enjoy is made possible by
Furm-City partnerships.
National Farm-City Week,
celebrated annually on the week
leading to and ending on
Thanksgiving Day, recognizes the
importance of this cooperative
network to the success of
Americu's agricultural industry.
"Our farmers know how to grow
the 280 different commodities
that we produce in the state of
Florida." said John f loblick.
president of Florida Farm Hureau
Federation.
"They also know that it takes
many other partnerships in order
for that food to get to America's
table, and it's the success of those

during I arm-City Week.
County Farm Bureaus across the


events to commemorate this
partnership. From breakfasts and
luncheons to farm tours and booths
set up in urban and rural areas,
Farm Bureaus are looking to
educate and inform both city
dwellers and those closer to
agriculture.
"Farm-city collaborations help
maintain and improve our nation's
food supply and contribute to a
better quality of life for countless
citizens." said f loblick.
"With this Farm-City Week
observance, we commend the
many Americans whose hard work
and ingenuity reflect the true spirit
of America and help ensure a
prosperous future for all."
Florida has 40.000 farms
growing more than 280 different
crops on a commercial scale--that's
California--wath cash receipts
totaling over $6.7 billion.


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the various exemptions mandated
by Amendment 1. which was
passed in 2007.
The error did not affect the
amount of revenues the district
expects to receive this year
because school districts were
exempted from most of the
provisions included in Amendment
1. The county contracted with
Frilling Consulting of
MacClenney, as did several other
North Florida counties, to do the
computer programming. All the
counties (Suwannee, Baker and
Lafayette) which utilized Frilling
are experiencing similar problems
to Taylor, Sadler said.


preparing them with the skills the?
need to succeed in today s global
economy.,
Similar to last year, graduation
rates for African-American and
Hispanic students showed some of
the largest growth this year'
increasing by 3.8 and 3.1
percentage points, respectively.
White students also showed
sizeable growth, with a 2.6 point
increase in their rate compared to
2006-07.
Breakdowns for Taylor County
were not available.
Good news for Taylor County
came with the simultaneousiv
released high school dropout rates.
whichsawafallocally.
According to DOE's numbers.
Taylor had a dropout rate of 4.0
percent in 2007-08, down from 4.7
percent the previous year.
The new rate is still above the
sense average, when also ten to as
lowest point ever at 2.6 percent.
This rate is a decrease of 0.7
percentage points compared to last
year's rate, and a decrease of 2.8
points since 1998-99
Taylor's rate has iluctuated for
the past 10 years, hittingy low in
2000-01 and a high in 2006-07.
Compared to neighboring
counties. Taylor's rate was the
lowest except for Lafayette
County, which was at 2.8 percent.
Jefferson County's high school
dropout rate was 5.3 percent.
followed by Mudison County at
5.1 and Dixie at 4.3.


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go She told officers that Cook walked up to her and said "Hi. how are you?"
June Byers congratulated members of the Perry Woman's before grabbing her purse and running.
Club (PWC) f or doubling their gif ts f or this year's Operation The loaded handgun was taken into evidence along with the white and
Christmas Child. The times for collecting shoeboxes in Perry multi-colored hooded jacket Cook was wearing during the purse
through Sunday, Nov. 23) can be found on Religion page. snatching.
Howell's Office Supply is the local collection site. Byers. He has been charged with robbery(snatching). burglary (armed). theft
eft, is pictured with PWC President Jessica Turnmire. and carrying a concealed weapon.


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Lucas Allbrition. Lauren Allen.
Adam Anderson Kacy Bass.
Hannah Blanco. Bre'Naja Blanks.
Jonathan Coffee. Gail Crawford.
Kayla Crowley. Adam Crumpler.
Christopher Davis. Sarah Durder,.
KristinaEarle.RobertEmert.Anna
Fener. Keysha Finecey. Alexander
Flowers. Jocori Flowers. Justin
Folsom. Matthew Harty. Cheyenne
Hoover. Karen Lahr. Olivia Lee.
Chelsea Lytle. Mark Maraj.
Thomas Neshat. Alexandria
Padgett. Madt adifAristia
Portwood. Daimeun Praitor.
Ali son Rilel. Kira Sadler. Shana
Sadler. Natabe Schmidt. Emalee
Shaw. Luke Slaughter. Jennifer
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Todd and Nicole Wilbs.


Tailor Count\ .Middle School
has announced as honot roll for the
first nme weeks grading penal mi
2008-09:
6th grade. All A's
Katie Cannon. Anthem Carter.
use class. suchen Data,
Robert HI\. Rohan Patel. Tiles
Russell and Luci Whitehead.
6th grade. A/B
Josh Aldous. Brandon Allen.
Sunita Baker, Codi Hickel. Go Ku
Bishop. Ryan Blanton. Felical
Brolin. Ku jit vn Burrell, t'amelon
d>Ilins? IM at Coles. Iisis *
Fitchett. Shannon Folsom. Julse
f ligh. Lace) Horton, Sal annah
Kemp. Devin Kidd. Wilham
Knowles. Brooke Linton. Kanti
Mattingly. Matthew McDaten.
Sarah Melntosh. Brittan\ Meade.


Robert 11sibnor. 1)aud Mongan
mendisha Man us. Josh Patterson,
Kusten Phelps, laylor Patts. Colby
Ratisit Nicholas Schwab. Jews
kit. Jit'mbel Smunans. Caitlin
Snuth, Wales Smianies. Ashki
Walace and McKentic Winn.
7thgradeAllA's
Morean Albntion. Katherine
Cruce. Sierra 11as. Kay lee
Denmark. Daniel 11udici. Laura
1-iceman. Dorolicia Giacoman-
Sate. Samuel Grambling. John
Hilton. Grant Parket. Joe Pell.
Di lan Sinckland. 2 Daniel ..
Wentworth and Hillic Whitehead,
7th grade. A/8
Amber Adkins. Wilham
Anderson, Hunter Armstrong.
TrisionHarfield.Tre-RobinBritt.
Justin Cathoun. 11akata Grace,


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Deanna (rmales. Kacie Gnner,
Kri stan Hall cock, Josh High.
Adam Kahnowsks. Amarce
Moble.\. Enc Moran. Kaelen
Reed. Lauryn Re\\. Jamarcus
Robertson. Chance Rodgers.
Mitchell Stephens. McKenzie
Sullivan. Serena Trani. Casey
Viola. Elizabeth Walker. Cameron
Wetherington and Jarrett
Wilhngham.
8th grade, All A's
Ashley Anderson. Elaine
Brannen. Abigall Bratcher. James
"K'Micr. Rhen I)as..Laura Da'W.
Kevia Gibson. Je'Da Holmes.
Carmina Kerring. Taylor Lilliott.
Garrett McCoy. Timothy Murphy.
Allin Parker. Manuel Smirnies.
Jonathan Thomas. Justin Walker
and Austin Winn.


Price was 'sent to a juvenile
detention center in August after
being charged in connection with
the shooting of a 28-year-old Perry
man.
The man was shot twice in the
rightarm.Furtherinvestigationin
the case led to Price being named
as a suspect and his subsequent
arrest.


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Thank a farmer during


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Couple to marry in

Guam in January
Kevin and Jodi Allen of Rockledge announce the engagement of their
daughter, Brittany Lynn, to John Thomas (JT) Westherry, the son of
Shanon and Lisa Westherry of Perry.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Resa Beyer of Clermont, the late
Ron Allen of Pulaski, Tenn., Judy Triggs of Horicon, Wis., and Jerry
Knasinski of Rio Rancho, N.M.
She is the great granddaughter of Arthur Allen of Huffalo, N.Y., and the
late Ruby Allen.
Miss Allen is a 2007 graduate of Rockledge High School, now
employed with Imperial Salon and 11ay Spa.
The prospective groom is the grandson of Tom and Harline Neeley of
Perry, John Westherry of Cairo, Ga., and Mrvin and Wendy Carison of
Waycross. Ga. He is the great grandson of Agnes manton (and the late W.
. Earl manton Mr.), I telyn Neeley (and the late Lowell Neeley), all of Perry.
The gloom elect is a 2005 graduate of Taylor County High School. He
is nmi sorting in the RS. Navy, stationed in Guam.
The couple \\ill be married in Guam in January. 2009.


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Saturday at 4 p.rn.
Marti LuValle and James Henry
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relatiles of their wedding on
Saturday. No\. 22. at 4 p.m. In
Calvan Baptist Church.
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Richard and Sherry Davis of Perry announce the engagement of their
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Wilson of Perry.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Claude and Arlene
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Jan. 22 Jefferson Co. HOME 6 0017:30 JVBNB
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Soccer Shootout
And it is Absolutell FREEI
Where: Perry Elks Lodge, Puckett Rd.
When: Nov. 29, 2008 10:00 am

AII children, boys and girls, ages 0-13 (13 as of
August 1, 2008) may participate and no soccer
experience is necessary to compete. There will
be trophIes for the first three places in each
age group and the winners will advance to the
Regional Finals to be held in Umatilla, Fla.
Sign up forms may be picked up at the
Perry Elks Lodge Soccer Fields on the day of the event,
and lunch will be served to all pArticipants with an awards.
ceremony to be held immediately after the end of the contest.
Any questions may be directed to Dennis W. McLean at 584-7511.
You may also speak with any member of the lodge.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ALL THERE!

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players from last season's 20-5
3unsor varisty squad are now on
the varsity.
Rounding out the this year's
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hnuths Sr tith. I. c ni i
and sophomorcs Tony Jackson and
Koran Crowley.
Harvey said members of his
team worked during the off-season
including participation in a
summer basketball tournament
that featured such teams as
Madison. Aucilla. Lincoln. Leon
aqu .>[ laul win ance again
play in a district that includes
Florida High, Madison and
Hamilton County.
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Four starters return to the 2ms-
2000. Taylor county High
basketball team as the Bulldogs
Iook to improve on last season's
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as is junior center- forward
Reginald King
The Bulldogs were slated to take
on ecuar Key Thunday in the list
round of she Bronson Tip-orr
Tournament before facing hose
Bronson on Friday at 7:30 p.m.
The regular season gets underway
Mon a when .,. 0 < unty
Coach Ed Harver said he k>oks
for his team to be strong on
defense with the return of so many
stan..suousa so runasmenton,
sound on defense but our offense
needs some discipline." the coach

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oregon State next saturday.
Blount, who icads the Ducks in
scoring this season with 15
touchdowns, will be in front of
Kmart on Saturday, beginning as
12 noon, to chat with incal fans
and to sign autographs.
Thus far this season, the 6-3.
238-pound junior, has rushed for
816 yards on I13 carries -- an
outstanding 7.22 puls per carry
average.
mounes uses, exploits came
Inst week against Aritona when he
busted loose on a 41)-vard
touchdown run with 3:18 Icit in
the came to put the Duck ahead
55--15 in what had become a close
contest.
Blount has help;a le:ul Oregnn
to an so record .au:.. ounmer 24
ranking rhe Docks will face a
2 lat-runked Oregon State (N-2)
'team on No<. 20 out is in the
driver's seat to win the ex-in
conference .ill.: ups. inny
southern C.al em ber this season.
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Sunday, I stopped in at the
Marina to see if they had any
reports and I saw one boat, Mr.
Morris, I believe, from Georgia
who caught 4 trout on live shrimp
under Cajuns in 3.5 feet of water.
David Bosch and Peng Chee of
Tifton Ga., along with Don (NC)
and Todd (SC) fished Kenton
Friday and Saturday and had trout
limits each day fishing pinfish,
Gulp, soft jerk buits and an
occasional top water plug.
They also picked up three reds
.
each day. Peng and David fought
the tide and the cold water and
.
picked up six trout before having
to head out on Sunday. Water
temps dropped from 70 on
Saturday night to 61 Sunday
Intl>r Int ld guess the trout fishing
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will slow considerably and some
fish could mm e in the rivers on
the hard freeze promised this week
but w ill probably not hit anythmy
'til Friday or Saturday after they
haic moved in nJ gotten
acclimated to the salinity
differential.
Offshore Yikes! seriousiv
doubt anyone made it out there
since early last week


BYPATMCGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Well, I was kicking butt and
taking names last week before the
current cold front hit. We had
limits Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, on board One More
Cast, with limits of reds to go
with the trout.
My charters were fishing live
pinfish under Cajuns in 3.5 4.5
feet of water until Thursday when
I got a limit of trout for Keith
Watson of Valdosta and Brett
Rogers of Lake Park, Ga. We took
five fish on hard jerkhails and the
balance on live pinfish. We had
eight fish in the first hour (9:30 -
10:30 a.m.) then the fog moved in
and we fished six hours for the
saw Billy Kirkland, of
Wayce :s, with Jim Minchew and
Glenn AcCallister of Douglas,
Ga., ano they managed their limit
on Thursday as well, fishing with
those jerkhaits while Billy sand he
stayco with a jig bouncing Gulp
in the nuclear Chicken flavor.
They fished in 3.5 4.5 feet of
water also. Wednesday they fished
three hours and had nine trout and
two reds on the falling tide.


LeGarrette Blount
as one of Ihe top rusher In I
nation. Numerous division
schools sought the wrnce 0:
boy speedster (4.5 scored 4
dash) before he settled on
Amone them were Hon
010 Miss and Memphis.
B!ount rushed for 1,U
on 178 carries in nine gam
season including six n
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144 yards and one ib
in 2000. he pl not
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Need a fruitcake for Thanksgiving?
Perry Church of God will continue its tradition of cooking fruitcakes for
the holidays. Prices are $6 for a one lb. cake, $12 for a two lb. cake, $18
for a 3 lb. cake and $30 for a 5 lb. cake.
Please call 584-2010 to place an order and schedule a time for
pick-up.
Holiday concerts announced
Voces Angelorum, which has performed before in Perry, invites Taylor
Countians to the following holiday concerts, "Go, Tell It!" in Tallahassee:
Sunday, Dec. 7, 3 p.m. at Good Shepherd Catholic Church, 4665
Thomasville Road,
Thursday, Dec. I1, 7:30 p.m., at Holy Mother of God Greek Orthodox
Church, 1645 Phillips; and
Sunday, Dec. 14, 7:30 p.m. at Grace Lutheran Church, 2919 Miccosukee
Road (free childcare provided).
A quilt raffle is also ongoing to support this Tallahassee Women's
Chamber Choir. Please visit the Web site at www.vocestally.org.
Charles Witmer is the director, Rayma Ball, who serves as choir director
for First Presbyterian Church in Perry, is a member of the group.
Deadline for local church news is 11:00 a.rn. on
Tuesday & Thursdays. News is published as space is available.


Obituaries -----


brother. Riles winn or lannone.
* A graieside seri ice \\ill be IrekI
Saturday. Not. 22, at I p.m. at
Springhtil Center' .
Funull members \\111 recene
friends todai, No\. 21. from 4 to 7
pm at Evans/walker Funeral
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Nursery and Children s Ministry Provided
Located at the intersection of Puckett Rd. and Golf Course Rd. 584-7251

Perry First Ch ch of God
Sunday School 10:00 10:45
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andayGM uhpt 6:00 6:4
Choir Practice 6:00 6.:45
Sunday Service 7:00 8:00
Nursery pro e I k ,super ion9:45-12:00 Wednesday Night
Youth Group 6:00 -7:30
1915 N. US 221 (850) 584-7992 Study Group 7:00

First United Methodist Church


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102 N. Center St. 584-7066 :d 2'


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quite at Blue Creek Haptist C'huseh on Sunday, Nov. 23. Everyone is
invited to "please come out and suppon our local talent and praise the Lord
w I us The service begins at I la.m.
Deadline for shoeboxes is Sunday
Operation Christmas Child is in full thn>ltle here, as churches and
organizations prepare boxes filled with gifts f or children worldwide.
in Perry, the collection continues through Sundus, Nov. 23, with
Flowell's Office Supply as the designated drop-off. Howell 5 is open
through Friday. 9-4 p.an., and \\ill also receive puts on Saturday and
Sunday, Nov. 22-23, from 2-3 pal
In 2007. some 10.000 bmes were collected in flus area alone, with
Florida contributing 254,000 internallonalli, the total was 7.6 nullion
(and 4.6 million were from the United States). Ilus year's goal is 8
million
Since the organization's inception, more than 61 nullion boxes have
been distributed.
More infanation is available at the meanization's Web site.
ivitiestunaritanspurse.ory.
Dual Day services planned
Triumph the Church and Kingdom of God in Christ iniites eieryone to
as annual Dual na\ progranton sandws. Nov .'3. at 3 p.m
('hoir rehearsal for this mail \\ill be I ridal. No\. ll, at 7 p.m.


Haptists invite all to Fall Festival
First Haptist Church int iles etersone to a Full Festival today, Nov. 21,
from a until 8 pm. at City Park. Free food will be provided, along with
p.nues, a giant slide and special prizes (iPod. Nintendo D.S.).
CatholicS 111Vard quilts, bicycle Sunday
I he Women's Solaliti of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
\\ill haic the final drawine for a chance to win a 20" Huff Rocket bicycle
on Sunda\. Nm. 23. after the 10:30 a.m. mass. Tickets are $1 each (or six
for 551. and \\ill he mailable after the 0 p.m., and morning masses,
A silent awlion is still underway for two quilts; the highest bidder will
also be announced after the 10:30 a.m. mass Sunday.
All proceeds go to the CCW-Sodality of the Immaculate Conception
Catholic Church and its many projects. If you have any questions or need
tickets, please call Doris at A-'956 or Joanna at 584-5960.
Stelfart 'lemorial amlOUHOUS SOfVICOS
Stellar( Memonal A.M.E. issues an invitation to all to "come worship"
each Sunda\. Classes f or Sundai Sclu>ol begin at 9:30 with mornmy
worship follow ing at I I. Pastor Willie 1.. Merrick echoes the invitation.
Sacred Heart performs at Blue Creek .
Sacred Heart of Perry \\111 be performing during the morning worship


Evelyn Bovkins
E\clin Rol kins, 7 of Miami
died No\. I '. 2008. at Jackson
North Medical Center.
She \\as a nalite of Tailm
Count\ currently liiine in Miami.
Sur\ilors include: one dauchter.
Rose11.Grimesof Miami.One
son-in-lati. Solomon Grimes Jr. of
\lianni: one sister, tissie H.
Anderson of Pern: and one
gundchiki.
A cruleside scenic \\ill be hekI
Saturday. No\. ll, at II a.m. at
Springhill Cometeri.
Family members \\ill receile


friends today, Nov. 21. as i.ime st.
John M.B. Church from 4 to 7 p.m.
Elans/ Walker Funeral Home is
in charge of arrangements.

Franklin D. Wynn
FranklinD.Wynnbl.ofPerri
died No\. 14, 2008. at Capital
Regional Medical Center.
110 was a native of Tailor
County.
surviiors include: three sisters.
Edith Johnson of Tallahassee,
Lucy Miller of Pern and Oween
Hell of Hainbridge. Ga.; and one


Sunda~l .\\orning Bible Study' at 9:30 a.m-


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The family of \llen Wright would like to thank our Inends and family
for the craters, flowers, food and calls. Thanks to Burns Funeral Home for
their anne guidance and Hm. Daid Mellullen for the wrlice.
iinoit ing that others w ill miss our Allen has helped us through dus time
of adness. .
Whill r*10ik- --yllip Elelin Wright and Milifill


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THURSDAY Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
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"Breakfast with Santa"
Saturday, Dec. 6, 2008
at Perry Elks Lodge ~ Puckett Rd.
Brought to you by Fairpoint Communications & Perr flks Lodge
Pre-Registration Required Space is limited
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> Trip down Candy Cane Lane to 1 isit Santa.
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The Spencers, the hushinal wife
team of Kevin and CiInly Spencer,
"have redefined the art of illusion
and are shattering the stereotype of
the traditional magician,"
organizers said.
"The Spencers can penetrate
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them, but they do it with world-
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The Spencers are the only artists
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Inuned Amerien's Hest Entertainers
(CA Magazine). They have baffled
and entertained millions of people
in venues across America and
around the world performing for
sold-out audiences throughout the
United States, Hong Kong,
Taiwan, Mexico, New Zealand,
Canada and Australia.
With one of the largest touring
illusion companies in the United
States, the Spencers transport
several tons of state-of-the-art
equipment and special effects from
city to city. And they work with
some of the leading inventors,
creators and builders in the
industry to incorporate original
never-helore-seen illusions into
their production.
The Spencers continue to bring a
fresh meaning to the word "magic
for a new generation of spectators.
Theatre of Illusion is a
sophisticated production filled
with original magical creations
designed exclusively for the
Spencers. People levitate, walk
through walls, vanish and
reappear, and in one illusion, the
entire audience is asked to
partlesple in a stunning,
interactive mind reading
experience.
"The Spencers are charismatic,
talented, fascinating and skilled
performers who captivate their
audience the moment they take the
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their television and live concert
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of the most weight after illusion
teams in the business.
"Be prepared to witness the
impossible as these award-winning
magicians ifing thelf SpedacUIRT
production. Theatre of lilusion, to
North Florida Communits College
in Madison. Florida.'
The pcrtormance is being funded
in part by the NFCC Artist Series
Angels sponsor program.
Organizers urged those wishing
to attend to get tickets now; scating
is limited.
Future NFCC Artist Series
shows include "On the Wings of
Freedom: An American Portrait"


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Theatre of Illusion to the Van H.
Priest Auditorium stage Tuesday,
Dec. I at 7 p.m.
Tickets. $12 general or $6 for
NFCC students and children age
12 and under, are available by
calling 850-973-1653 or can be
purchased at the NFCC College
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Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-
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children age 12 (and under) and may be purchased by calling
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Ribbon cutting
Glenda Slaughter cuts the ribbon during grand opening ceremonies held recently at Spring
Place Salon. The new establishment is located at 505 E. Spring Place. Members of the Perry-
Taylor County Chamber of Commerce along with friends and family were on hand during the
event.

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Swengros. costume design by Julia
Kosanovich. lighting design by
Jamie Kassler. .and sound and
video design by Michael Smith.
"Hush" runs tonight (Friday)
through Sunday. Nov. 23. at 7 p.m.
with matinee performances at 2
p.m. on Nov. 22 and 23. All
performances are in the Fallon -
Theatre. located at the corner of
Copeland and Call streets in
Tallahassee. Tickets are $14 for
adults. $12 for senior citizens, and
$10 for students. Tickets may be
purchased online at
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at 850-644-6500.





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Hond sat ing as almost
-- a mentor in the art at
uneconce.
This is definitely one
of the darkest" And
Obus. and it ma\ put
. Oti some fans. The
stars, as well, is a bit
.. conioluted at times,
but with some
.1 concentration, the
. : pieces tall into place
Hien with the
sainew hat thick plot.
these is no shortage of
action, with a car ch>e. boat chase and an acrial
dogfight just some of the highlights.
Returning from "Casino Roy ale" are \tle agent
Mathis (Gianearlo Giannini) and CIA operalite Felit
Leiler (Jeffrey Wright b
As with "Casino Royale." the acting is solid. with
Craig suitably bringing the edgier, harder Bond to the
screen. Kurylenko, as Camille. brings a mix of
insecure amateur alone with the single-minded pursual
of revenge that mirrori Bond's.
Those looking for the more escapist fantasy Bond
movies of the Pierce Brosnan era might be disappointed
with this latest effort. but fans of "Casino Ro\ale" and
the Jason Bourne fihus should find this an engaging
installment in the franchise. While not for eieryone.
"Quantum of Solace is a strong. well-crafted film that
buildsonthefoundationiefths CasinoRoule."while
leaving a framework for the future.
The film is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of
violence and action, and some sexual content.


The 21st annual "Live! At
Dowling Park" Artist Series at
Advent Christian Village (ACV)
will host the Wissinger and
Robinson Duo.
The duo. which consists of
flutist Donna Wissinger and
guitarist Dr. Stephen Robinson,
will present "Music for Flute and

,
Prior to the concert--at 6:30
p.m.--dessert with the theme "A
Tuste of Autumn: Pumpkin


dining room.
Wissinger and Robinson have
-
pertormed at ACV several times
,,
in the past with the Live!
,,
At Dowling Park Artist
.
Series; havever, this is their
first perfomance at ACV as a
600.
\Vissinger has been heralded by
the New York Times as a "flutist
.
of rare gifts" and hailed as a
dynamic international star whose
concerts include acclaimed recitals
throughout Europe and the United
States, as well as the mainstages of
Carnegie Hall and the renowned
Glinka Capella.
A natile of Port Chester, N.Y.,
Robinson began his guitar studies


Dr. Stephen Robinson
Boston Conservatory of Music,
and Royal Conservatory of Music
(Toronto).
Tickets for the concert are: ACV
members, $15; adults, $17;
students (ages 13-18), $6; and
children (ages 5-12), $5.
Admission for children ages 4 and
under is free.
Tickets may also be purchased at
the door on the evening of the
concert.
For additional information about
the concert, call Dick Grillo at
.
386-658-5557, or e-mail
dgrillo@acvillage.net.


Bond, James Bond.
The words are iconic. The man has been one of the
.
most recognizable figures in popular culture tor the
past 40 years.
Ironically, 007 doesn't even use the famous hne in
,,
the 22nd installment in the series, Quantum of
Solace," which opened in theaters last weekend.
It's not the first time he hasn't said those words: three
Other Bond films lack the
line as well,
After 1 films, there
aren't many firsts left.
Which is perhaps why
the decision toreboot the
series back to Bond's
first missions with
2006's "Casino Royale"
resonated with so many 9
fans. That and the ;,- ..
grittier, more realistic
version of Bond brought ..
to the screen by Daniel ..
Craig, the sixth actor to -
play the spy.
The film went on to
earn just shy of $600 -
million at the worldwide
box office.
Following the success
of "Casino Royale",
"Quantum of Solace" is
the first direct sequel in ...
the Bond franchise. -1
(Since this film is a
sequel to "Casino
Royale," the following .
review will contain .
several major spoilers for
that film, so if you haven't
seen it yet, consider
yourselfwarned.) .
"Quantum of Solace"
picks up about an hour
after the final scene of "Casino Royale," which saw
Bond catching up with the enigmatic Mr. White
(Jesper Christensen).
Mr. White, as you remember, was one of the people
who had financed Le Chiffre's money laundering
schemes. He was also responsible for Vesper Lynd's
betrayal of Bond as well as her eventual death.
The new film opens with a bang, quite literally, as
Bond attempts to escape Mr. White's associates in a
high-octane, gunfire-filled car chase. Arriving in
Siena, Italy, he and M (Judi Dench) interrogate Mr.
White, who says he belongs to an international
organization which MI6 hadn't even known existed.
"We have people everywhere," he says, and to prove
his point, another betrayal from within MI6 quickly
has Bond and M questioning everyone.
What few clues they do get leads Bond to Haiti,
where he meets environmentalist Dominic Greene
(MathieuAmaltic),whoappearstobelongtothesame
organization. He also crosses paths with Camille (Olga


Donna Wissinger
in 1976 with Bruce Holzman at
Florida State University (FSU) and
worked closely with Andres
,,
Segovin, who called him a
magnificent guitarist, one of the
most brilliant guitarists of our
times."
Robinson tours extensively as a
recitalist, chamber musician and
orchestral soloist and has appeared
as guest soloist with the Cincinnati
Symphony and Boston Pops
Orchestras. He also conducts
master classes at leading musical
institutions, including Eastman
School of Music, Yale University,


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A shy lamb (Jessica Schweitzer) and a talkative lion (Lucas Gerken) are just some of the
people Maggie Parks (Kate Glazer) meets after being "discovered" by a national newscaster
in "Hush," the latest production from the School of Theatre at Florida State University.

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By MARK VIOLA
How long can children continue
to be children in the world of the
24-hour news cycle?
That's just one of the questions
posed by the whimsical. yet
sincere "Hush: An Interview with
America." presented by the School
of Theatre at Florida State
University.
The play. which opened
Thursday. continues through
Sunday. Nov. 23.
in "Hush." Maggic Parks. un
"almost 12-year-old" girl. lives
with her father. Frank. in the small,
quiet town of Hush. Knn. Blind.
she fills her life with imaginary
figures and stories, which she
shares with her father, who in turn
is worried she is becoming
reclusive.
Frank's only other companion
seems to be the television. and his
favorite newscaster. Ana. who tells
him every day what is going wrong
in the world.
All their lives change. however.
one morning when Janu. fed up
with the news she's reading,
literally comes out of the television
set. Stealing a slice of apple pic
from Frank, Janu meets Maggie.
who tells her about the dream she
nna Ins, none ana me -visions- so,
sees in the backyard.
As easy as that..iana has her next
simy: a young girl in Hush, Kan..
can see and talk to an angel.
The result: soon America is
intruding on Frank and Maggie's
lives, and in question is whether
Maggic's childhood innocence has


been lost forever.
"Hush" keeps its whimsical
approach, with frequent asides
from "the voices of America" as
people give their impressions of
the latest twist in the story, along
with a sub-plot about an escaped
lion who conveniently can speak
English. Not lost. however, is a
sometime biting look at America's
appetite for news: the worse the
better. The story is able to mesh the
two aspects with surprising case.
Helping are the sets. which are
imaginative in their execution. not
only in their appearance but how
they facilitate the sometimes zany
side of the play. The Parks' living
room. for instance. nilows for Jana
to be inside the television, not to
mention the FBI in the microwave
Freshman Kat Glazer is
believable as the ll-year-old
Maggie, both in her mannerisms
and how she delivers the dialogue.
which runs the gamut from playtill
to paintially introspective.
Brad Sunnerville is Frank. who
tries to protect his daughter despite
being unsure of whether he wants
her to grow out of her imagination
or not.
Senior Jaclyn Marino is the
exuberant and story-seeking kna.
rn, story, one usings sting.
nilows a few moments of weakness
in the churneter as she comes to
grips with the fact she may have
destroyed the hope she had herself
found in Maggie's innocence.
The cocative team for "llush" is
led by David Turner.director: with
scenic design by Landsay


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The Rocky Athas Group, shown above, will be one of the many blues bands to perform at the
two-day Southern Pines Blues and BBQ Festival on Dec. 12-13 here in Perry. Athas started
playing guitar at school and performing at neighborhood gigs with good friend Stevio Ray
Vaughan. By age 23, Athas was honored as one of the 10 best guitarists in Texas, as an inductee
to Buddy Magazine's Texas Tornadoes. The Southern Pines Festival will host two days of blues
music, as well as the Triple Crown BBQ Championship, featuring 30 champion cookers from
Florida, Georgia and Alabama. For more information about the festival, call the Perry-Taylor
County Chamber of Commerce at 584-5366.


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B-1 Perry News-Herald November 21-22, 2008










B-2 Perry News-Herald November 21-22, 2008


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Taylor Coastal Water & Sewer District (the
District) has openings o:.*its governing
Board of Commissioners which oversees
its water and wastewater systems. The
Board's regularly scheduled monthly
meetings are held at the District
Administration Building on the fourth
Tuesday of each month at 5:30 pm.

(pPeot sal mi niob urs m ed
District's service area, and be willing to
provide a financial disclosure statement to
the State of Florida. All interested parties
should submit a letter of application to
Taylor Coastal Water & Sewer District,
18820 Beach Road, Perry, FL, 32348 no
later than 2 o'clock on Monday, December
8, 2008. For your convenience, you may
use the drop box located at the District
Office. AII applications will be -
surrendered to the TCBCC who will fill the
vacancies at their earliest convenience.
TAYLOR COASTAL WATER & SEWER
DISTRICT
18820 BEACH ROAD
PERRY. FL 32348
F 7 38
11/21-11/26

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800-232-8371 for details.
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weekendshiftsmayberequired.
CNA FT/PT/ Iong-term care setting.
Florida certification required.
FT positions include health, dental, life
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INCOME RENTAL PROPERTY 1290
RETURN.$95,000Call838-5118
11/19-12/12AR

Westqqte Rooms available for rent-
Refrigerator, microwave, TV wicable.
AC/Heater. Everything Included. $155
$ d. 70 IVr2M th
Taxincluded.1622S.BvronButlerPkwy'
850-584-708,
10/15tfLS
Woodrldge Apartments!!
Accepting applications for 1,2 & 3 BR HC
and Non-HC accessible apartments. HUD
vouchers considered. 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
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Home for rent in city, Annual Lease, $750
per month. Call 223-3055
10/24-11/19
Prevatfs Wayside Apartments Eficency
for rent All unhbos included plus cable
$125 deposit $125 per week for one
n Adults only Call 371-2160

1 bd/1 bath 2nd story apartment Adults
1 No 5273556 I post nc ye
please
11 12-1128

Sout he rn VIIIq s of Perr Y
Look ing ForApplicants !
Rental assistance available. HUD
vouchers accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC & non-
HC accessible apartments Office hours
are 8 am to 5 p m. Mon-Thurs Call 850.
584-8111 TDD TTY 711 315 Puckett Rd
Perry. Fl. 32347 Equal Housing
Opportunity
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Whispenng Pines Moblio Home Park now
taking appellation for one 2 BR 1 Bth
Mobile Home total elects central H ast
and one 3 Br 2 oth moode home tota
electac central H ast Application and
reference required Call 584-3889
95tfRB
Whatever your needs we probably have
the nght rental for bou We nave 1
bedroom 1 batt to 3 Dec 1 bath Paces
range from $3"5 to to $425 *Pe A
(equire a $400 secunty ceposet 44:00 cc: 3
An applicahon is a most Cal: 584-3095
Day 7 1 of 584-5284 eve We accept MUD


Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from Monthiv 5550
reauked $45 deposit. $165 weekly or $40
daliv tax included.317 N. Bvron Butter
Pkwy.850-584-702.
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Taking appocations for rental 14x70 2
BR 28 mobit home set up n Everetts
to mee dk eb g a monNho
phone calls Apply in person only Monday
through Wednesday 9 am Spm
References required Ask for Ms Betty
822tfEMP
All electnc 2 br 1 bath mobile home in
small park north of town. $350 me $300
see deposit No pets Must have rental
references. Call 838-2755
10 29tfDC
3 bed, 2 bath house 1st and last munth
rent required. Call 850-843-2133
117-11/28
1 & 2 bedroom apartments available. Call
584-6666
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3 BR/ 1.5 bath $600 a month $800
secunty deposit No pets. No smok nq and
no HUD Call 584 6140
11,21-12/3



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16 acres House built in 1964. Hardwood
floors, living room wibrick fireplace, fridge
& new stove, new roof, new paint lob
inside /outside, well pump. Acreage has
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Dusty at 904-260-3967
11/5-11/28

1 1/4 acroon Vora Lano, Lot 19, Possible
financing $21,500. Call 850-948-7155 or
coll 850-371-1255.
11/14-11/26


AUCTION HOUSE OF MADISON will be
having an auction this Saturday,
November 22, at 6:30 p.m. 1693 SW
Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360) Madison, Florida
973-2959. MASTERCARD, VISA
N DEBIT CARDS, HEATED / AC
COMFY SEATS. From Perry: Take RT
221 North to CR 360 (SW Mosley Hall Rd)
69 L 08X 24 .the right.
11/21PS




Yard Sale Friday & Saturday, 1104 E.
Julia St. between the schools. 8 a.m.- ?
Washer/Dryer asking $350 for set O.B.0.
Plus size clothes, odds & ends, most
things not over $1.
11/19-11/21
Warehouse Cleanup Sale! Across from
Days Inn. Saturday. Rain or Shine 9 a.m. -
until. Kayaks, canoe s, furniture, clothes,
tE im uolbu r se 2wm0dlTS,
11/19-11/21


Two Reclining Chairs. One Brown, $175.
Call850-223-3702.
11/21
$160 brand name. queen mattress set.
unusedwithwarranty.222-7783
10/24GCN3


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10/24GCN3
28 ft travel trailer Hunter Special needs
some TLC. $1800. Call (850) 578-2448 or
cell(321-662-5539.
11/19-11/21
Refrigerator, 18cf Kenmore, clean, good
condition, $235. Kitchen wall cabinet.
36"W, 12"High, white high-gloss doors.
$35 Call 838-2003


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Inside and Treasures & More Glassware
Outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We buy.. call us! CollectibleS

Yardt Sale Tools
$8 & up Hwy 19S.*838-1422*584-7124 Mon-Th Urni Ufe


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2002S5huntBoat
2002 YamM15 Motor
2002 P raW
11/12-11/28BCF
28 ft travel trailer Hunter Special needs
some TLC. $1800, Call (850) 578-2448 or
cell(321-662-5539
11/19-11f21 I
Travel trailer '81, 14' Scotty. AC, toilet
shower, refr rator & stove. Everything
works, $1800 80 584-7003or 838-5665
11/19-11/21DG




PRESSURE WASHING
Single Wide $ 4 0
Double Wide $ 7 0
5 8 4 6 9 2 5
11/19tt
Lisa's Affordable House Cleaning
Home or office, re able and dependable,
20% off 1st cleaning. References upon
request. Call for free estimates. 850-584-
6209
11/19-12/12

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also grind stumps Call today 838-1280.
Firewood for sale.
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lot of free time to take and clean up your
yards call us for a free estimate. We also
clean out flower beds and haulofjunkcars
and what ever else needs to be done. Give
usacallat850-584-8959.
Thank you Chad H. Dees lawn care.
Licensed and Insured.
11/5-12!31


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Lost Cat-Reward.2yrs.01d, orange tabby.
15 Ibs., neutered, last seen Oct 30. on
East Ellis. Contact Michelle 850-274-3744
or gadsenhumanpres@yahoocom
11/19-11/21
FOUND Cat on Wilcox Call 584-8300
11/21
Lost Dog REWARD Golden Retnever
last seen in the area of Johnson Stopling
Rd. If seen please call Tommy Allen at
584-3652.
11/21-12/10

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.aWarnorAoaddsteaeenable.Cal586.2606."
11/19
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Is your computer slow? Service & Sales of
new and used computers. Service
available in your home or business. 838-
1683.
10/24PC
Yard Sale Saturday 8 a.m. ? North 19
across from Shriners Club. Tools, folding
bed for hunter, books, air mattress, toys,
baby stuff, name brand winter clothes all
sizes. Baby clothes, antiques, scooter,
bikes, Christmas decorations, kitchen
wares, something for everyone. 672-0346
672-0894.
11/21
Another Garage Sale at 1557 Carlton
Cemetery Rd. on Fri. the 21 and Saturday
the 22nd from 9 a.m. 5 p.m. We have got
a floor drill press a 10 inch table saw on
stand and a key machine with a bunch of
blankets. We have some new women's
sweaters cheap.Seeyou there.
11/21
Yard Sale Saturday. Nov. 22. 8 a.m. until.
edoolbow-Reese Watelyclothe@,
some tools, odds and ends and much
UAc from Walmart. Next to
11/21
Big Moving Sale AII Must Go!!! 4207 Hwy.
221 north here in Perry. Saturday from 8
a.m. until and Sunday from 1 p.m. until.
Then all next week from 8 a.m. until
e hdn s n aW ha fr ureCaa
Tailor for $400 and much, much more. For
directions call Mary at 223-3328.
11/21-11/26
Huge Tool Sale! Also, furniture, men's &
ladies clothing, shoes, household goods'
roofing material, nalls, screws Much more
20% off. All marked prices. Friday 12-4
and Saturday 8 a.m. until. On side of
Wilson's Bait & Tackle.
11/21
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Historical red brick for sale 838-6077 or
584-2270.
9/3tfJM
Computer repair. New and used computers
with your data transfer included. Repairs
available at your home or business. 838^
1683
10/24PC
New 350 watt Mobility Scooters, $495. Go
Carts & ATV's. Perry Scooters. 1302 N.
Jefferson St. Phone 371-1432.
11/14-01/07



Gold, S ver
Silver Coins
Old Paper Money
Don't sell your
Old Jewelry
at a yard salel
Bring it to South House for
TOP DOLLAR!!


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For Sale 3/2 bnck. 1605 N. Calhoun
Street, Perry. Florida. $155,000. Buyers
call (850)240-0701 Attention Real Estate
Brokers. The owners will soon be
choosing a local broker to represent the
property. Please send your proposals to
Cheryle Daub, Broker/Co-owner 1813
Navarre Sound Circle Navarre, Florida
5

Now 1568 sq. It house, 3 bedroom, 2 bath
on 2 acros of land 13740 North Gu
Manor, hvo miles from beaches.
living area with hardwood flooring
cathedral e):Iang Cartpot in bedro ms, to
cots ill$16d Call 850-672-0536
move in
10 24 11,19

For Sale 3 BR 1 bath home in city limits
Close to Waimart ideal rental property.
Approx. 1234 sq ft. $43,000 Call 1-352-
463-6247
11/12-12/5

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(850)838-6625
10 31-12 5
Land for sale, 221 North Between Shiloh
church Rd. and Cairo Parker Rd. 1 acre
lots with paved roads. Owner fmancing
aeP ase call (386) 658-1346 or
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BEAM HousE DARK ISLAND 3 bedroom/ 2
bath Drastically reduced $425,000.
OB 0 for more information. 352-617-7581.
1119-1121




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homes are beauhful and paced to meet
your Dudget 4 BR 2 Bath starting at
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2006 Lincoln Town car Luxury lots of
extras, low mlicage. Call 584-6960.
$25,000.
11/19-12/12
2005 Dodge Ram 1500 20,000 original
miles, fully loaded, like new condition, one
owner, car fax. new tires, $11,000. Call
Larry's Towing. Call 838-0139anytime.
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with eadinMumanufac of oud a ce
activities of assigned departments) with
respect to safety, quality, personnel, cost,
meeting production schedules, production
volume and cleanlbn sleasBachelor's
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interpersonal, and computer skills and
possess the versatility to adapt to
changing situations and make sound
decisions quickly. This position offers a
competitive salary and benefits package.
All applicants are subject to pre-
employment drug screening and a
background check by BATF. Only
qualified candidates will be called for an
Interview. Apply by submitting a resume
and salary requirements to the attention of
Assistant HR Manager, email
mwalsh@martin-electronics.com. by fax
850-584-2044 or by mail to Assistant HR
Manager, Martin Electronics. Inc., 10625
Puckett Road, Perry, FL 32348.
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11/26-11/28MEl#B-762140


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cafeteria. Prior experience in institutional
or cafeteria food service a plus but not
required.
very. set up, air FT positions include health, dental, life'
,995 no dealers disability, supplemental insurance; 403b
enter Cheifland. retirementt account; paid time off, acces
to onside daycare and fitness facilities'
Apply in person at Personnel Office
Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until
4:00 p.m. or fax resume!credentials to
find better deal. (386)658-5160. E0E/ Drug-Free
ffer and we will Workplace/Criminal background checks
ace super center required.
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Commissioners
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money on your $8 04 + benefits. Job descriptions and
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The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District Two, is conducting public
hearingS pursuant to Section 339,135(4)(c), Florida Statutes, to consider the
Department's Tentative Work Program for the Fiscal Years 2009/2010 through 2013/2014,
and to consider the necessity of making any changes to the Work Program, to whigi all
pefSons are invited to attend and be heard.
1. Lake City Hearing: Specific notice is provided to the Gainesville Metropolitan
TranSportation Planning Organization (MTPO) and the County CommissionsforAlachua,
Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy and Union counties serving as Metropolitan
Planning Organization for their respective counties,
I MOnday, December 8 2008 at 5:30 p.m.
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origin, disability or family status. Persons who require accommodations under the
Americans with Disabilities Act or persons who require translatioil services (free of
charge) should contact Mr. Bill Henderson, District Planning & Environmental Managair,
Lake City District Office at 1-800-749-2967 at least seven (7) days in advance ofthePublic
Hearings.
Written comments from the Metropolitan Planning Organizations, County Commissions
and other interested parties will be received by the Department at the Public Hearings and
up to December 31, 2008 following the hearing. Comments should tie addressed to:

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presented on the 'Request for
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Instructions to Biddeas.
Bid Security in the amount of five
DetCent (SS) of the Bid must
accompany each Bid in accordance
with the instructions to Blades A tetter
ocmmoponbou bidCo3m homt e
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Documents.
Itisoheinten ho a bid
the apparent low bidder for any voke
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contracting method with opparent low
bd ovior County School Board
reserves the right to wolve Irregularities
and to reject ony and all Bids.

sp eo, ; ..'o'.'t"i' ';'",t'
governing Board of Commissioners
which oversees its water and
pe st wot r n*on 1) n18eo end,
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Building on the fourth Tuesday of each
month of 5:30 pm. Potential
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the boundaries of the District's service
area. and be willing to provide a
financialdisclosurestatementtothe
State of Florldo. All interested parties
should submit a letter of opplication to
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18820 Beach Rood, Perry, FL, 32348 no
later than 2 o'clock on Monday,
December 8, 2008. For your
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AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL
CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
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PHONE (850) 385-6153
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sidewalks. HVAC units and a 100?. The
construction consists of reptocement of
approx. I1,000 SF of sidewalks one
HVAC units in ODprox. 35 classrooms of
the Tavior County Middle School in Perry.
Florido. os well as replacement of a
10.000 SF rool a associated HVAC units
at SteinhOtchee K-8 All Bids must be on
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not be accepted.
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receive sealed bids until 1:30 PM on
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Editor's Note: The fifth installment of the "They Were Here" series was first
published in 1976. In the foreword, Taylor County Historical Society President
Alton H. Wentworth noted: "In this Bicentennial year of celebration, we are
reminded to think back more intently upon the circumstances and
accomplishments of those who made possible this heritage which is ours to
enjoy. Especially, we love to ponder the hardihood, industry and fundamental
Christian character which impelled those early settlers to make this area of
Florida a place which attracts all those fortunate enough to find this location."
Henry Melvin Hathcock
1912-1971
Melvin Hatheock came to
Taylor County early in life and
settled at Carbur. He married Miss
Mae Hart and they were the
parents of: Annie Mae (Murphy),
Carlsie (Markle), Charline (Burns)
and sons Richard, Barney, Tommy
and Marvin.
He spent his entire career as an
employee of Brooks-Scanlon and
later Buckeye Cellulose. Nineteen 4
years of this was with Buckeye.
He was a respected member of
Southside Baptist Church of Perry.
His offspring reflect the good
qualifies of life which
characterized his entire life--even
extending back to this school Henry Melvin Hathcock
days.
W.C. and Ollie (Fulford) Blanton
1878-1950, 1893-1964
William Chandler Blanton was born at Shady Grove on a farm
about one mile from the schoolhouse which his father homesteaded
.
about the time Taylor became a county. He married, firstly. Addle
Mathis, and secondly, he married Ollie Fulford, who also had
previously been married to
Andrew Cameron. They were
the parents: Walter. Lawrence.
Lucile (Vause), Belle
(Gonzalez). Ruth (Barnett),
Jessie and William. Mr. Blanton
had one son, William. by his
prior marriage, and Mrs. Blanton
had a daughter by her marriage
with Cameron, Eugenia.
Chandler Blanton was the son
of Elder James Blanton, who for
many years was a popular
minister in the Fellowship
Church. Among the members of
this family were: 1saiah. Joshua.
Susie (M. Eldridge Chancy).
Like many families in
this community. Chandler
moved his family to the Plant
City area where he was a
successful farmer for many
Mr.and Mrs.W.C.Blanton years.
John A. Wright
1880-1958
John Wright was a native of Taylor County and he married Pauline
Kelly. They were both members at pioneer Taylor County families.
They were the parents of: Eula (Barksdale). T.J., John. Alice
(Murphy) and Virginia (Kesell).
He lived in the Pretty Pond area and it was known as the Wright
Community. There was just that any Wrights living in that section of
the county. He was a prosperous farmer, and in fact. his reputation
was such that he was employed as one of the original farm agents--
county demonstration agents, they were called in the beginmng of the
program.
In the early days they were listed among the New Hope Methodists.
Always, he sought the best educational advantages for his children.


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The Perry News-Herald (ISSN 07470967) published each Friday by Perry News-
papers, Inc., 123 S. Jefferson Street, Perry, iFloprida 32347. Subscriptions are $35.00
per year or $49.00 out of county Periodicals postage paid at Perry Florida 32348.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to the Perry News-Herald, PO. Box 888,
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Sweet Potato Souffld
4 Inrge sweet polumes (4 C.)
(Conned sweet potatoes can be
used, but milk is reduced to 1/2 C.)
2 C. sugar
( C. milk
4 eggs
I stick butter
I (sp. cinnamon
I tsp. nutmeg
Buke, then mash sweet potatoes,
Add remaining ingredients and
mix well. Pour into casserole and
bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes
Tispping:
1 C. nuts, chopped
3/4 stick butter
I C. brown sugar
3/4 ('. crushed corn flakes or
40% Bran flakes, optional.
Melt butter and combine with
above ingredients. Spread evenly
over pointees and return to oven
for an additional 10 minutes at 400
degrees or until bubbly.
-Mrs. Mary Frances Croft

Cornbread Dressing
8 C. corn bread
4 slices bread. toasted and
crumbled
2 C. herb-seasoned mix
Broth to soften above approx. 4
C.)
I C. chopped onions and 1 C.
chopped celery, sameed in 1/2
stick butter
1 T. Worcestershire sauce
I isp. poultry seasoning
I tsp. sugar
I tsp. salt
1 tsp. pepper
2 eggs. beaten
Mix abow slightly soupy). Taste and adjust


seasoning and liquid as needed.
Bake in 9xl3" baking dish at 350
degrees for approximately 30
minutes until brown.
-Mary Dees

Apple Crisp
4 C. thinly sliced peeled apples
1/4 C. water
3/4 C. flour
1 C. sugar
I tsp. cinnamon
1/2 tsp. salt
I stick margarine
If apples are not acid or tart, use
2 T. lemon juice
Place sliced applies in 10x6"
baking pan. Sift flour, sugar,
cinnamon and salt into a bowl. Cut
in margarine until the mixture
resembles course crumble,
Sprinkle this over the apples. Bake
in a moderate 350 degree oven for
40 minutes or until apples are
tender,
Note: This is good served warm
or cold. Top with Cool Whip or
grated cheese, if desired.
-Frances Gilmore

Pumpkin Pie
I 1/2 C. pumpkin .
I C. evaporated milk
1 C. sugar
1/4 tsp. salt
1/3 stick butter or margarine
3 eggs
3/4 Isp. pumpkin pie spice
I tsp. vanilla
Mix pumpkin, sugar, salt'
pumpkin pie spices and melted
butter together. Beat eggs and add
to mixture. Add milk and vanilla.
Pour in unbaked pie crust and bake
at 350 degrees until done.
-Annie Attaway


. A wealth of tasty traditions can be found within the pages 0f
e Perry Garden Club's "Sawgrass & Pines 11" recipe collection. As
families gather to give thanks this Fooliday season, why not share a
ew of those favorite dishes with your loved ones:' Copics of
Sawgrass &' Pines I and II are available in the gi[t shop at 11xters'
Memorial Hospital.


THE TACO TIMES
November 21, 1973

PARENTS CONCERNED
ABOUT SMOKING AT TCHS
A delegation of 20 parents
appeared before the Taylor County
School Board to request tighter
regulations regarding smoking at
Taylor County High School, as
well as to address conduct in
school bathrooms.
According to the group, drugs
were being used and sold in the
bathrooms so parents requested
monitors for these areas at all
times. Further, they sought a total
no-smoking ban at the school.
- The school board assured
parents these issues would be
pursued and bathrooms would be
monitored "to restore discipline in
,,
these areas.

Pr ci later survey BTnk ac g
provided for an open area set aside
for smoking on school grounds.

DON'T YOU WANT A 1973
CAR OR TRUCK?
: Faircloth Ford advertised its
used vehicles, including a 1963


FLOWER
POWER
Two careles of the Perts Garden
Club combined efforts for a
workshop in prvparation for their
upcoming holiday flowcr show.
The workshop was led in Aurelin
110rsett, Shuge Mangum. Carlyne
Grant and Jean Pope w he were
pictured during demonstrations.

THANKSGIVING
BRINGS SPECIAL THANKS
FOR NEW BABIES
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Herrington
announced the birth of their new
son, Thomas James, on Nov. 7.
.Stichael Richard Jolley was the
name given to the new son of Mr.
and Mrs. Stephen Jolley. The baby
was born Nov. I1.
Air. and Mrs. James Robertson
welcomed a daughter to their
family. Monica Nicole.
Danalee Padgett was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Padgett on
"
Richard Jermane Holmes was
1 on to his.o IM Mrs. Charles

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jackson
announced the birth of their son,
Keith Antony.
Deana Cycloria Ratliff was

I in in jnd Mrs. Roosevelt
Teremy Allison Howersox was
the new son of Mr. and Mrs. Ter-y
Bowersox.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Whiddon


announced the birth of their
daughter.Angela Felicia.

WEDDING VOWS
EXCHANGE$
Miss Susan Elizabeth Waslow of
Drexel Hill, Penn., became the
bride of John Richard Tuttle in the
banquet room of the Chaparral
Restaurant.

KEY CLUB PICKS
CALENDAR GIRLS
The 12 young ladies pictured for
the 1974 Key Club Calendar
included: Mary Bines, Lee
Culbreath, Judy Dorman, Pam
Ferrell, Lilie Faye Gant, Kathy
Giddens, Dale Hendry, Nancy
Knowles, Sheryl Moore, Ruth
Taylor, Donna Vandiver and Sherri
Williams.

TWO TURKEYS FOR
THANKSGIVING!
Floyd Shefffield and his son
Thomas brought back two turkeys
from their weekend hunting
adventures, making sure the table

ha giving ay. empty on

BULLDOGS ROUTED

Th n ceMIONTPC s as,
handled" the Taylor County
Bulldogs who fell 36-14 to this
top-ranked team in the Florida
Crown Conference.


Oldsmobile for $200 and a 1972
Custom for slixio. In the six-
cylinder categories for absolute
gas savings, the dealership
recommended the Pintpaind the
Mercury Comet. Several hargain
buys, the fine print suggested'
were only $100.

DORMAN NEW
FINANCE DIRECTOR
The Taco Times reported. "A
young Taylor County native has
returned to Perry to become
finance officer for the Taylor
County School Board." That
young man was Vincent Dorman.
.
age 23, who was officially hire during the regular board meeting'
to replace Wesley Logan who
recently resigned from the
position.
Shirley Curry was named Dean
of Girls at the high school, moving
up from the assistant dean position.

HISTORICAL SOCIETY
RELEASES 2ND BOOK

WTr Hse nd olume of Ti
Taylor County Historical Society.
featuring on the cover, the late
lumber leader, Jerry S. Foley.


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day that is purely Amer j y

As we express our gratitude, ,
we must never forget that the
highest appreciation is not to
utter words, but to live by
them.
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TAYLOR COUNTY
DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
FOR ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Two (2) vacancies currently available.
.
The Board of Directors is now accepting applications
to fill two (2) vacancies, appointed by the Taylor County
Board of Commissioners.

The a licants must be 18 years old or older.

The applicants should:
* Be a resident of Taylor County.
* Be willing to attend all board meetings.
* Bg wilijig (O complete a two-year term.
* Be willing to support TCDA's main goal of job creation.
* Be willing to attend annual strategic planning sessions.

Interested applicants should submit a single page resume outlining their
interest in serving on the TCDA Board, their experiences or qualifications
that would add to the potential of the TCDA Board, and any other
informationtheapplicantdeemspertinent. Completedresumesmustbe
received at the TCOA office by 5 p.m. Friday, November 28, 2008. No
applications will be accepted after that time.
The TCOA is located at 115 W. Green Street in the Capital City Bank
building. The mailing address is P.O. Box 449, Perry 32348. Our telephone
number is 584-5627.
All 8ppilC8ti0RS must be submitted in writing.


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the housing market, energy costs
and the valuation of U.S. stocks.
He will also touch on portfolio
design and will be available for
questions,
Maddron joined Capital City
Trust Company in 2005 with more
than 10 years of investment
experience in the areas of
investment manager oversight,
plan design, policy development,
performance measurement and
attribution analysis,
During his career, Maddron has
served as an independent financial
consultant, investment analyst,

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The North Florida Community
College Jazz Ensemble and
Sentinel Singers invite the public
to their full concert entitled the
History of Jazz: Part I" on
Thursday, Dec. 4, at Van H. Priest
Auditorium, 7 p.m. There is no
admission charge, however
donations are welcome and will
benefit the NFCC music
department and NFCC music club.
The concert will feature a
musical stroll thhrougFhdhe histop
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Singers and NFCC Jazz Ensemble
performing renditions of songs
such as "The Birth of the Blues,"
"Punin' on the Ritz,"
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Thing I've got Rhythm" and
more. The two student music
groups will also perform holiday
songs like "Christmastime is
Here." "Go Tell it on the
Mountain" and "Christmas Song."
Directing the concert is Dr.
Rebecca Burkart, NFCC music
instructor.


policy analyst and account
executive for a Fortune 500
financial services firm. Previously,
he was an investment and policy
analyst at the Florida State Board
of Administration, a major public
pension fund with $130 billion in
assets.
Seating is limited and lunch will
be provided. If you would like to
sign up for this workshop, please
call the chamber to reserve your
spot.
For more information about this
event, call Dawn Taylor at (850)
584-5366.


This event is sponsored by
Capital City Bank, CapitnI City
Trust Company and the liampton
Inn of Perry,
Capital City Trust Company
Portfolio Manager Dwayne


Maddron will discuss the changing
landscape of the banking
industry.
In addition, he will cover the
current state of the U.S. economy
and its contributing factors such as


The Perry-Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce is holding
a complimentury workshop about
economic forecasting Thursday,
Dec. 4, at noon at the Hampton
Inn.


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Scholarship awarded
The Perry Elks Lodge No. 1851 recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship to North Florida
Community College (NFCC) student and Perry resident Wendy Johnson (not pictured). NFCC
Acting President John Grosskopf, left, and Executive Director of the NFCC Foundation Gina
Rutherford, right, accept the scholarship donation from Perry Elks Lodge members Roscoe
Sheffield and Drew Taylor Nov. 17 at NFCC. The Perry Elks started the NFCC Vocational Perry
Scholarship Fund last year, with the intent of "providing a local student with the needed
support for achieving the educational requirements necessary to become a successful and
contributing member of the Perry community." The Perry Elks Lodge also supports a national
scholarship program that provides high school seniors the opportunity to apply for two
additional $500 scholarships.
.
Dec. 5 Is deadIIne to apply for PCT program


The deadline to submit an
application for the Patient Care
Technician (PCT) program at
North Florida Community College
is fast approaching. .
Classes begin Jan. 7 and the
deadline to apply is Dec. 5.
NFCC's patient care technician


program prepares students to
provide direct patient care in a
. variety of health care
environments,
.,. In order to be considered for
admission into NFCC's PCT
program, individuals must have a
high school diploma or GED, be at


least 18-years-old and should
complete the Test of Adult Basic
Education (TABE) prior to
submitting an application.
More details about the
program and entrance
requirements are also available
online www.nfec.edu,


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Riverview, DWLS/R (habitual),
expired driver's license, Trooper Ernst,
FHP
Retraction:
According to the Taylor County
Sheriffs Office, Michael Ted Archer,
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DWLS (knowingly), Sgt. Campbell,
TCSO.
Dwight Anthony Crowder, 55, U.S.
19 North, battery, Ptl. Cash, PPD.
Nicholas Ryan Anderson, 19,
Steinhatchee, VOP/lewd and
Lascivious on child under 12, Deputy
Burford.TCSO.
Jeanne M. Blaske, 31, 2643 Sidney
Blanton Road, FTA (dealing in stolen
property/trafficking), Sgt. Ricketson,
TCT gela Wright, 36, no address
given, VOP (possession of drug
%r3hernalia), Deputy McKenzie,
Oct. 26:
Richard Burden, 49, 1527 Givens
Street, VOP (uttering a forgery), Ptl.
Cash, PPD.
Oct. 27:
Jocelyn Selina Nash, 27, 170 W
Folsom Street, battery, Ptl. Geyer,
PPD.
Dustin Nash, 22, 170 W. Folsom
Street, battery, Ptl. Geyer, PPD.
Jarvin Dixon, 19, 500 S. Warner
Ave., home invasion robbery, criminal
mischief, lny. Anderson, PPD.
Cherico Gentez Gent, 30, 406 W
Folsom Street, aggravated battery, Ptl.
Geyer, PPD.
Thomas Clemons, 20, Osceola,
Ind., VOP (failure to register as sex
offender), Deputy Upshaw. TCSO.
Oct. 28:
Alaine Renell Williams, 21, 513 W.
Dundee Street, VOP (sale of cocaine),
Pt htDr Iliams, 30, 113 N.
Beverly Street, battery, assault, Ptl.
Hightower, PPD.


Oct. 29;
Billy Carter, 18, 1480 N. Roddick
Road, twilater<, criminal mischief, PII.
Hightower, PPD.
Kendall Smith, 20, 3149 Foley
Cut Off Road, VOP (dealing in
stolen property), Deputy Gunter,
TCSO.
Thurman Jeffries, 64, 204 Second
Street, VOP (criminal use of ID, grand
theft, DWLS), Deputy McKenzie,
TOSOmas Barnes, 25, 908 S. J. Tom
Moore Ave., armed robbery,
suction of evidence, Ptl. Campbell,
Jason McNair, 25, 11611 Givens
Street, armed robbery, Ptl. Hightower,
PPD.
Robert Darnell, 18, 908 S. J. Tom
Moore Ave., armed robbery,
destruction of evidence, Det. Norris,
PPD.


Oct. 30:
Shonna Chantel Brown, 32, 1519
Campboll Street, grand theft, Ptl.
Goyer, PPD.
David Habbord, 41, 125 Poppell
Drive, battery, PII. Geyer, PPD.
Luis Ardilla Maya, 18, Brooksville,
attaching tag not assigned, Trooper
Ernst, FHP
Matthew Padgett, 33, 27336 Green
Farm Road, child support, Deputy
0 t :TCSO.
Deborah Denise Green, 26, 217 S.
BI Street, grand theft, Ptl. Geyer,
Caffie Gaddy, 31, 1701 Arthur
Street, grand theft, no officer given.
Michael Allen Sadler. 32, Lake City,
child support, Deputy Johnson, TCSO.
Willie Smith, 30, Tampa, VOP
(possession of cocaine), Deputy Blue,
TCSO.


Tony Cooper, 31, 806 E. Page
Street, VOP (DWLS), Deputy Hayden,
TCSO.
Nov.1:
Crystal Darnell Jackson, 25, 205
Second Street, FTA/retail theft, Deputy
Woodall, TCSO.
Lisa Nealy, 34, 4065 Sue Pridgeon
Rd., DWLS (3rd), Trooper Lundy, FHR


Editor's Note: It is the policy of this
newspaper to run the names of all
those arrested and booked at the
Taylor County Jail. All those listed
below have been charged with a crime,
but are considered innocent until
proven guilty.
Oct.20:
Taneka Nevel Lang, 18, 218 W.
Folsom Street, disorderly conduct,
battery, Ptl. Deeson, PPD.
e Milstead, 33, 530 N.
Jefferson Street, VOP (cheating), Det.
N ,ry ard Freeman, 35, 1007 S.
Byron Butler Pkwy., sale of cocaine,
Det. Norris, PPD.
Oct.24:
Leroul Taylor Sherman, 44, 500 S.
Warner Ave., battery on law
enforcement officer, resisting arrest
without violence, Ptl. Gorby, PPD.
Jarvin Dixon, 19, 500 S. Warner,
Ave., lewd or lascivious battery on
child, sale of substance in lieu of
cocaine, Det. Anderson, PPD.
George Neil Hatcher, 39, 2869 W.
Page Road, battery, assault, Deputy
Hayden, TCSO.
Wanda Leah Branch, 45, 1784
Morgan Whiddon Road, contempt of
court, passing a worthless check,
Deputy McKenzieTCSO.
Joyce Mitchell, 61, 1527 S. Givens
Street, retail theft, Ptl. Campbell,
TCSO.
Oct.25:
Br tdRRsane RPitimanat2e6ry,52
Deeson, PPD.
Lee Bell, 26, 708 W. Church Street,


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