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News Forum

Lot it snow, let it
snow, let it snow!
It's going to be snowing in
downtown Perry tonight (Friday).
Snowfest 2008 starts at 6 p.m.,
lastirig until 9 p.m with a wide
variety of activities planned for
the entire family.
Mayor Emily Ketring will open
the ceremony and announce the
tree lighting at the Taylor County
Historical Society. A talent show
will begin at 6:30 p.m. and many
downtown stores will have
extended shopping hours.
The holiday fun continues
Saturday with the Community
Christmas Sing from 10 a.m.to 4
p.m.

Buy a treat, help the-
shelter
Volunteers with Helping Hands
,for the Shelter will have a booth
downtown today (Friday) offering
baked goods and homemade
crafts, in conjunction with
SnowFest 2008. I
Proceeds help support
programs for the local animal
shelter.

Win a 9100 gift
certificate
Perry Masonic Lodge #187 is
raffling a $100 gift certificate to
Walmart. Tickets are available tor
a $3 donation; the drawing will be
held Dec. 19.
Tickets can be purchased from
any lodge member.

Please don't leave

For the safety and. well being
of the animals, Taylor County
Animal Control asks that
S, residents do not tie animals to
the front gate or drop animals off
in boxes during non-working
hours.
Animal control staff is not
available to intake animals after
hours, weekends or holidays.
Animals tied to the fence are
often .left for hours with no
supervision which could lead to a
potentially harmful situation.

Pre-K now accepting
applications forP
students
Taylor County Pre-K is
currently accepting applications
and has openings in the two,
three, and four-year-old classes.
Please come in to the Pre-K
front office or call 838-2535 if you
have any questions or need
information.

CoBMUMity ferium
fOCUses on juvenile
crime preveMntiO
Are you concerned about
juvenile crime and delinquency?
Then take action and plan to
attend a community forum
Saturday, Dec. 6, at Mount Olive
M.B. Church.
Sponsored by the youth
department, the forum will focus
on 'prevention and intervention."
Guest speakers include
incoming Third Judicial Circuit
Judge Greg Parker, juvenile
probation officer Brad Hatcher
and Florida Department of
Corrections Deputy Secretary
Richard D. Davison.
The two-hour forum will begin
at 10 a.m. All youth, their parents
and interested persons are
invited to attend.

Toy Run t d
Satwday
The 2008 Taylor County
Motorcycle Toy Runi will be held
Saturday, Dec. 6, Registration will
be held from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.,
at Burger King; the last bike out is
at 12:15 p.m. Participants are
asked to bring an unwrapped toy
or donation.


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New arrest in meth ring


A Perry man tied to a drug
ring suspected of distributing
multiple pounds of crystal
methamphetamine in Madison
and Taylor counties was











Luther 'Sonny' Messick Jr.


arrested on federal charges here
Wednesday.
Luther "Sonny" Messick Jr.,
34, faces charges of possession
of methamphetamine and sale
of methamphetamine. (A
federal indictment was handed
down in the case Tuesday).
He is the sixth individual
arrested as the result of a two-
year on-going investigation by
the Northern District of
Florida's United States
Attorney's Office, the Drug
Enforcement Administration
(DEA), Alcohol, Tobacco,
Firearms and Explosives (ATF)
and Florida Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLE), along
with the Madison and Taylor


County sheriffs offices.
Jerry Franklin Sapp,
Wendalyn Ann Vann, Sonya
Rae Graves, Joseph Rodgers
Tompkins and Mellissa Frances


Williams werearrested during
a raid in August.
All five defendants were
indicted on 18 counts of
possession with intent to


distribute methamphetamine,
conspiracy to possess and
intent to possess meth by a
federal grand jury in
Tallahassee on Aug. 5.


Thomas Royriguez Dixon,
31, was arrested for possession
and sale of cocaine Wednesday
by the Taylor County Joint
Drug Task Force.
His arrest was the result of an
undercover narcotics
investigation which involved
controlled drug buys at Dixon's


Stephen Alford, the
convicted land speculator who
sought f'tirade Ta-N lor County'
lands for high-priced
beachfront property, pleaded
guilty Monday to additional
charges relating to the case.
Alford and two others pled
guilty to theft andLor mone\
laundering and racketeering on
charges the\ stole more than
$900.000 froni Joe "Max"
Bruner, the former owner of
Big Kahuna's water park in
Destin.
Sentencing is schedJuled for
Jan. 23, 2009.
Alford is facing a sentence of
five to 10, years on the latest
charge but under terms of a
deal announced Monday. he.
will likely serve the sentence
concurrently with his federal
incarceration.
Court records indicate the
money Alford allegedki stole
from Bruner was earmarked for
a lind purchase in Taylor
County. and than Alford wanted


residence.
Based on information
obtained from those-
transactions, the task force was
able to obtain a search warrant
for the home (which was
located in a mobile home park
*"* Please see page 3


to use the Taylor County land
in a swap with the U.S. Air
Force.
Alford's aborted half-billion-
dollar effort to buy Taylor
County timberland and trade it
for Eglin Air Force Base
property on Okaloosa Island is
what got him in trouble with
the feds in 2005.
Alford and and his attorney
David Fleet were indicted in
July 2005 on the federal fraud
and money laundering charges.
The FBI and U.S. Attorney's
Office accused the two men of
defrauding investors by selling
the same parcels of Okaloosa
Island land more than once.
The island land was to be
obtained in a swap with the Air
Force for rural Taylor County
land it coveted for use as a
long-range missile training site.
Among the allegations
against Alford that came to
light during his federal trial
"* Please see page 3


Perry's own Anna Lamb Singletary has saved her
way to fame as one of "20 Under 40."

Index
IndexLooking Back ..... A-2

Perry News-Herald Living ...........A-4
Three setius 11f9th lYear, o. 48 Sports ........... A-6
wM ii.liirry.'newspiipers.con l Religion ....... . .A-7


It appears the Taylor County
Commission will seek a,
settlement after state officials'
declared the Vision 2060 plan--
a community-led effort to
development a "blueprint" for
the next 50 years--not in
compliance with local and state
law due to its description of
"coastal settlements."'
The Florida Department of
Community Affairs (DCA)
filed its notice of intent to find
the plan "not in compliance"
with the county aid state
comprehensive plans on Nov'


' Anna, Lamb Singletary,
originally. of Perry, was
featured recently in Presstime
magazine ,for saving the
Houston Chronicle $7 million
as executive director of
productivity and digital
solutions.
Singletary, 35, was touted for
"her unusual mix of skills as a
people person who loves
statistics." She admits that she
often hears people say, "We
can't change it...or that's the
way we've always done it." But
for Singletary, that's just a
challenge.
"We work with every
department in the organization
to help them with whatever
processes they *think can be
made more efficient, looking at
where technology can be used
and where automation can be
put in,' she said.


Community ...
Entertainment.


TV listings...
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Commissioners discussed the
issue at a. \ workshop .held
Wednesday morning, during
which County Administrator,
Jack Brown recommended the,
board try to reach a settlement
rather than take it to an
administrative hearing.
The case was filed with the
Florida Department. of
Administrative Hearings
Tuesday, and Judge B. D. E.
Canter was assigned the next
day. No date has been set for
the hearing, but Brown said
Wednesday he would work
with DCA staff to put the case


In 2006, Singletary worked
with a team that decided to shut
down a letterpress used only on
Friday and Saturday nights to
print business and sports
sections at the Chronicle's
downtown facility. By
changing press times arid
newsroom deadlines,
Singletary says the Chronicle
moved the work to its main
printing facility and saved
$750,000.
"Her intelligence, execution
and delivery, and ability to
communicate with people on
all levels, and her natural
curiosity about why things are
done the way they are, have
made her a valuable member of
the Chronicle's executive
management team," said
General Manager Matt Oliver,
calling her "one of our most
valuable human resources."


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into abeyance. while the two
parties work toward a
settlement.
The Vision 2060 project was
spearheaded By the Perry-
Ta'lor County Chamber of
Commerce, assisted throughout
the process by Orlando-based
planning firm MSCW. The
final product was developed
after more than a year of public
meetings and workshop,, and
was subsequently approved by
the county commission and
Perry City Council.
*- Please see page 3


Do employees get nervous
when they see Singletary
coming?' "TheN do," she says,
"but they know, we have to
change." .
The key, she says, is to get
their buy-in. "They are the
ones who do the work; they
decide it. I just give them the
tools to do it."
Singletary is the' daughter of
Deanna and Walt Lamb of
Perry; she is a J991 graduate of
Taylor County High School,
married to Jody Singletary, also
of Perry, the son of Susan
Swain.
Presstime magazine is the
official publication of the
.National Newspaper
Association. Singletary's
recognition was contained in a
popular "20 under 40" feature
",* Please see page 8


Perry man busted


for selling cocaine


Alford pleads guilty

to new theft charges


County to settle with DCA?


Singletary 'saves' the day


Saturday


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Pisgah School
A rare gem finds its way to our pages this week--a photo" of students at Pisgah School...and each identified by
name. The picture, courtesy of Lura Mae Davis, was taken in the mid-1920s. The school was located four miles
north of Perry. Shown above are: (top row, left to right) John Davis, Lillie Lundy, Hugh Davis, Mary Fife,
Sellar Grubbs, Bill Davis, Kizzie Simmons, Edna Hendry and Sidney Hendry; (second row, left to right) Ellis
Lundy, Theo Lundy, W.T. Grubbs, Lucille Hooks, Alve Lee Blue, Gladys Hendry, Kate Davis, Virgie Slaughter,
Annie Sea, Minnie Lee O'Steen, Nellie Hendry and T.C. Simmons; (third row, left to right) Wash Davis, Ernest
Grubbs, Huges Blue, Jannnie Sealy, Gladys Davis, Isabella O'Steen, Foye Blue, teachers Tom Davis and Tom
Tooles, Bonnie Fay Blue, Daisy Fife, Dollie Sea, Alice Davis, Annie Mae1Grubbs, Amos Davis, O.C. Lundy, Vespor
Davis, Theo Hooks, Bry Freeman, Rocy Hendry, Roland Slaughter, Tramel Grubbs, Colon Blue and John Hendry
Parker.


gance at ihe past I


THE TACO TIMES
December 6, 1973

COUNTY ASKS RETURN
OF HAMPTON SPRINGS
The Board of Taylor
County Commissioners voted
to ask the Taylor County
Development Authority to
return ownership of the.
Hampton Springs property to
the county.
The action, members said,
was the result of feedback
from constituents after the
property sat idle for two
years, following the closing
of the outdoor resource area
(a program which lost federal
funding). The school board
returned the 115 acres to the
development authority and
after finding no use for the
land, the authority announced
-that it would be sold for
$1000 an acre.
A decision on the county's
request was expected by the
next board meeting.

RANDI REDMON HITS THE
STAGE IN TAMPA
Tabbed as the off-
Broadway producer's "most


promising discovery since
my arrival in Florida," Randi
Redmon was in the bright
lights of the Tampa
Community Theatre in the
production of "The
Detective."
The--dantgreer -'M r. and
Mrs. John F. Redmond, she
was a member of the Florida
Forest Festival Queen's court
for two years. A number of
local Perry people traveled to
Tampa to catch a
performance, including her
parents, her sister, Mrs. Ed
(Suzanne) Page, her
grandmother, .Mrs; Essie
.,Giddeins, and' her aunt, Ms.
Nita Kelly.

ARREST MADE IN
DOCTORS' OFFICE
BURGLARIES
A 22-year-old man was
arrested for breaking into the
North Center Street offices of
Dr. John Dyal and Dr. John
Parker. The burglary was
interrupted when Dr. Parker
was called to his office for an
emergency at 10 p.m. and
found the area in disarray;
further, he saw the suspect in
the back and picked up the


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phone to report the intrusion.
That's when Isaac Williams
shoved a gun in his face and
reportedly said, "I'll kill you,"
before running' out, the back
door. The perpetrator was
apprehended a short time
later by Perry police officers.
He was charged with
breaking and entering to
commit a felony; bond was
set at $10,000.

BULLDOGS ARE ALL-
CONFERENCE STARS
Seven members of the
Taylor County High School
Football Team were selected
as all-conference players
by the Florida Crown
Conference. Bulldog stars
included: Ronnie Fleming,
Glenn Ratliff, Mike Spradley,
Steve Jackson, Carey Bell,
Stanley Carlton and Leon
Whetsel.

SMOKING SURVEY HAS
MIXED RESULTS
The smoking survey of
Taylor County High School
parents was bringing mixed
results. So far, 725 parents had
responded and 274 stated that
they preferred a complete "no
smoking" ban. Another 379
indicated their preference for a
designated area for smoking at
the school.

WEDDING BELLS
WERE RINGING
Miss Robbin Dale Millinor
and Alton Joseph Whiddon
were married in a Nov. 22
ceremony at Grace Methodist
Church. A picture showed the
happy couple in their wedding
regalia.
Mr. and Mrs. David G. Cook
announced the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Vickie Elaine, to Alan
Griff Hendry, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. K. Herschel Hendry.


FALL GARDEN READY
FOR HARVESTING
I.J. Anderson of Foley was
pictured with his garden plot
which, he said, had produced
some $750 worth of vegetables
since the spring. Anderson was
ready for his fall harvest of
turnips, mustard greens,
rutabagas and radishes.

ONE NEW RESIDENT,
ONE 1ST BIRTHDAY
Travis Norwood was
welcomed to the family by
his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Hicks on Nov. 18.
Little Rod Sadousky, son
of Roger and Nancy
Sadousky, celebrated his first
birthday on Dec. 2.

NEED LESSONS?
Douglas L. Thomas
announced the opening of his
Studio of Music, with piano
lessons beginning in January.

JACKSON FURNITURE
EDUCATES PUBLIC ON
MICROWAVES
Looking toward . the
Christmas buying season,
and also educating the public
on the newest wave. of
cooking, Jackson Furniture
advertised its Magic Chef
Microwaves which "thaw,
melt, warm, heat, cook and
re-heat."
Recipes were included in
the ad, explaining that
Lobster Tail can be enjoyed
in 7 minutes from the freezer
to the microwave, and French
Onion Soup could be
prepared in 8 minutes.
Two baked potatoes? 9
minutes. A meat loaf? 10
minutes (per pound). Want to
see it firsthand?
That, was encouraged,
during a demonstration in
the range department at
Jackson's.


On December 7, 1941, Japanese planes attacked the United
States Naval Base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Territory killing more
than 2,300 Americans. The U.S.S. Arizona was completely
destroyed and the U.S.S. Oklahoma capsized. The attack sank
three other ships and damaged many additional vessels. More than
180 aircraft were destroyed.
A hurried dispatch from the ranking United States naval officer
in Pearl Harbor, Commander in Chief Pacific, to all major navy
commands and fleet units provided the first official word of the
attack at the ill-prepared Pearl Harbor base. It said simply: AIR
RAID ON PEARL HARBOR X THIS IS NOT DRILL.


Ijep Were Jere

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."
J.L. Stephens
1892-1957
Joel L. Stephens was 'born in Baker County and he married
firstly, Miss Leecy Morgan and they were the parents of: Josie
(Cary), Evelyn (Ziegenfus), Jensen, Morgan, Maxine
(Boatwright) and Kenneth. Secondly, he married Miss Lois
Bethea, a member of an early Taylor County family and
graduate of Carbur High School.
Mr. Stephens began working for Brooks-Scanlon at Carbur
in 1923 as a veterinarian. He continued working for the
company after they moved their operations to Foley. Later, he
moved to Perry where he operated a large and small animal
hospital. During World War II he moved to Orange Park where


he was employed at Camp
Blanding and Jacksonville
Naval Air Station. During his
residency at Orange Park,. he
served as mayor and justice of
peace. Later he operated
Stephens Upholstery there.
During his residency in
Taylor County, he was a
member of the Spring Warrior
Church of Christ, and later
assisted in the establishment
of the Perry Church of Christ.
He was also a Master Mason
at Perry and Orange Park. His
devotion to and adherence to
the tenets of both these
organizations characterized
his existence wherever he
lived.


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Elliott S. Ritch
1908-1961
The Rev. Elliott Seiburn Ritch was a member of one of the
early families who were brought to Taylor County by the
"turpentine" industry. He attended school at Bee Tree Pond and
Perry.
In Perry, he worked as janitor at the high school to enable
him to graduate from Taylor County High School. He became
a member of the First Methodist Church during the pastorate of
Robert F. Hodnett. He married Miss Lyda Hodnett, daughter of
the pastor. Their children
f 1:' we : Rtbehte e ea
Virginia, Wiley Mary and
Elliott Seiburn II.


Elliott S. Ritch


After high school, he
studied for the ministry at
Florida Southern and became
one of the most respected
members of the Florida
Methodist Conference.
Attesting to his ability is the
listing of the assignments he
filled. He served Auburndale,
Bartow and Brooksville, and
at the time of his demise, he
was pastor of Murray Hill in
Jacksonville.


Open House Friday
Buying. a gift for a history buff? Look no further
than the Taylor County Historical Society, which has
complete sets of the "They Were Here" series as well
as hardbound copies of "Cash Writings of Taylor
County, Florida." President Wanda Cash invites
residents to stop by the historical society museum
tonight (Friday) during its annual open house, held
in conjunction with SnowFest 2008. Doors open at
5 p.m. Residents are also reminded they can bring by
completed profile forms and photographs for the next
installment of the "They Were Here" series. There is
no charge to be included in the book.


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Alford: trade timberland



for waterfront property?


ALFORD
Continued from page 1
was that he spent the majority
of the funds he'd collected from
investors on himself and his
family.
Had the deal been successful,
Alford would have obtained
545,000 acres of timberland in
and around Taylor County.
He planned to trade a portion
of that land to Eglin Air
Force Base for several
waterfront parcels on Okaloosa


Island.
In 2004, Alford reached
agreements to sell two of the
more valuable Air Force
parcels on the island to two
separate investors who each
lost millions of dollars when
the deal fell through.
Fleet is the son of former
Taylor County resident Erwin
Fleet, a retired Okaloosa
County circuit court judge. He
is also the grandson of Nathan
Fleet, the former owner of
Fleet's Department Store in


downtown Perry.
The store operated from the
late 1930s until early in the
1950s when the eldest Fleet
moved his family to Fort
Walton and opened a shoe
store.
David Fleet is currently
serving a three-year sentence at
the Federal Correctional
Institute in Oakdale, La., for his
involvement in deal.
Alford is also currently
serving his federal sentence in
Louisiana.


A-3 Perry News-Herald December 5-6, 2008

S15 grams

of crack


cocaine


seized


Successful food drive
Buckeye Community Federal Credit Union,
finished a successful food drive in conjunction with
America's Second Harvest Food Bank. The credit union
collected 215 pounds of food which was distributed in
Taylor County for Thanksgiving. Shown are Bobbie
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diR eout, the food ban s representative, an o een
Whitehead, BCFCU's food drive coordinator.


Boyd rep here Wednesday


don't have a vision'


SETTLE WITH DCA?
Continued from page 1
After the vision was sent to
DCA, the agency returned it
with a list of issues, namely
with the described coastal
settlements, which are within
.the coastal high hazard area
(CHHA) of the county.
After meeting with DCA in
September, Brown presented
language the agency wanted
added to plan, which included
References to\ a 2007 stipulated
*':agreemnent'between the county
"and DCA regarding land zoned
mixed-urban 'development in
the CHHA.
DCA and, the county had
disagreed for years over the
development density on such
lands, with the agency stating it

Singletary

one of '20

, Under 40'

SINGLETARY
Continued from page 1
which details the innovative
work of 20 "game changers"
under the age of 40.
Inside this December
edition, the Houston
Chronicle purchased a
full-page advertisement
*.with Singletary's picture
prominently positioned, along
.with this, wording, "If this ad
could be done better or more
efficiently, Anna would help us
figure out how."


was a maximum of four units
per acre and the county
maintaining it was 20. The
stipulated agreement set the
maximum density at 12 units
per acre.
DCA's proposed language
stated "only those parcels" that
were. designated mixed use
urban development on the
effective date of the settlement
agreement would be 12 units
per acre (if served by
community or public water and
sanitary sewer systems). All
other development would be
limited to one unit per acre
when clustered with an overall
gross density of one unit per
five acres.
Commissioners called this
language too restrictive, and
questioned why the plan should
include such specific mentions
of density when the other
settlement descriptions in the
vision did not.
' The board ultimately agreed
to a modified version of the
new language. which omitted
the restril i:.- The plan! was
then returned to DCA for
approval.
DCA rejected the plan,
labeling it "not in compliance."
"While the department
commends the county on the
extensive public participation
and effort that went into the
Vision 2060 plan, the
department remains concerned
with the suitability of the
'coastal settlements' described
in the coast district," Mike
McDaniel, with DCA's Office
of Comprehensive Planning,
said in a letter to the
commission.


Two representatives from
MSCW, along with several
local residents, were at
Wednesday's workshop as
commissioners discussed their
options.
Brown said the commission
had three options: reach a
settlement, take it to court or
don't have a vision.
His recommendation was to
simply eliminate the entire
coastal settlement section out
of the vision plan and
accompanying map.
"We leave the rest to be
fought for a different day," he
said.
Referring to his talks with
DCA, he added, "They said it
has been determined we have
one of the most dangerous
coasts in the United States."
Dr. Kenneth Hutchins--who
took' part in the case which
resulted in the stipulated
agreement and has a comp plan
amendment pending with DCA
to convert 14 acres to mixed-
use urban development--said
"A'e' beli'e e)DC.A is:-tryirig to
make up for "failing to put the
word 'existing'" in the
agreement.
Jim Sellen, with MSCW, said
the county "wouldn't stand a
ghost of a chance" of winning
in an administrative hearing.
Commissioners appeared
ready to agree to Brown's
suggestion .'of eliminating the
coastal settlement 'section from
the plan. No official vote could
,be taken at the workshop,
however, and the issue will be
taken up during the board's
regular meeting on Tuesday,
Dec. 16.


Need help with a federal agency? A member of Congressman
Allen Boyd's staff will be in Perry Wednesday, Dec. 10, at the
elections office located on the second floor of the Taylor County
Courthouse.
The representative will be in the office from 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Staff members are trained to assist constituents with a variety of
issues relating to various federal agencies.


DIXON BUSTED
Continued from page 1
off O'Steen Road).
The search warrant was
executed Wednesday: officers
seized 15 grams of crack
cocaine along with Dixon's
vehicle.
A second individual at the
residence, James Dcmps. 47.
was also taken into custody
after it was determined that he
had an outstanding arrest
warrant. He was charged with
violation of probation (VOP).
Assisting with the search
warrant, execution were Perry
Police Department Det. Mike
Anderson and Pill. Gina
Deeson along with Taylor
County Sheriffs Office Capt.
Ron Rice, Inv. Dewayne
Bratcher, Sgt. Chris Folsom.
Inv. Donna Lee and Deputy
Brian Cruse.


Giving back
Perry Masonic Lodge #187 gave Thanksgiving food boxes to four needy families.
Shown above (I to r) are Floyd Mango, Walter Wright, Joe Scott, James Lockett
and Charles Brooks. The photo was taken by Lawrence Hughes Jr.


The Perry-Taylor County Chamber
of Commerce encourages you to


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A-4 Perry News-Herald
December 5-6, 2008


On Saturday


Guild stages bazaar


Members of St. Margaret's
Guild, the St. James Episcopal
Church women's group, will
present, their Christmas Craft
Bazaar and Bake Sale on
Saturday, Dec. 6.
"The ladies have been hard at
work, meeting every
Wednesday since early in the
spring, making beautiful hand-.
crafted gift items to make your
Christmas shopping easier,"
said Rachel Spanjer for the
Guild. "This year's show
features candles embedded
with a variety of flowers and
leaves, hand-painted Santa
chalk-ware poured in antique
candy molds, one-of-a-kind
cigar box purses, hand painted
and decorated wine bottle
lamps, lighted glass block
decorations, tree ornaments in a


variety of colors, types and
sizes, hand-made wreaths,
novelty decorations made from
natural materials, hand-painted
flower pot holders and pots,
bird houses, and an assortment
of handmade jewelry and
accessories."
The bake sale will feature a
variety of baked goods and
confections, including Joyce
Arnold's famous divinity, as
well as homemade frozen
casseroles to make your
holiday meal planning quick
and easy. "All edibles are
'made from scratch' from the
finest ingredients," Spanjer
said.
An additional feature of this
year's show and sale will be the
attic treasures, an assortment of
giftware and collectibles.


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Dried leaves find a new role as roses; see more crafty'
:ideas at the bazaar on Saturday.


Don't forget
Sunday's

Xmas tour
Tickets are still available for
the Perry Woman's Club's Tour
of Homes, set for Sunday from
1-5 p.m.
Tickets cost $10 each and
are available in advance at Cox
Electronics, Burns Monument
Company or from any member
of the Perry Woman's Club.
Featured on this year's tour
will be: the new home of Jim
and Suzanne Bassett, located
on St. Andrews Drive; the
home of Don and Sue Everett,
on 42 acres off Bill Carlton
Road; the home of Kenneth
and Joyce Hudson, completed
in 2007, and located on
Morgan-Whiddon Road; the
home of Arleen Kroehle,
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In its focus on organizations which serve "the
greater good," the Perry Woman's Club recently
spotlighted the efforts of the memorial
foundation for Women In Military Service for
America (WIMSA, for short).
Dedicated in-October of 1997, WIMSA is the
only major national memorial honoring all
women who served in America's defense
throughout history. Some 200,000 people visit
the memorial in Washington, D.C., annually.
"The patriotism and bravery of these women
are part of our nation's collective history and are
recognized through exhibits, film and the
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However, registration is not automatic in the
registry. Turnmire has forms which can be easily
completed; the registry is open to all women,
living or deceased, who qualify as active duty,
reserve, guard and U.S. public health service
uniformed women, as well as women in the
Coast Guard Auxiliary and the Civil Air Patrol.
More than two million women have served in
defense of this nation since its beginning more
than 200 years ago. Turnmire wants to make sure
the names of these women are recorded.. For
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A-5 Perry News-Herald December 5-6, 2008


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A-6 Perry News-Herald December 5-6, 2008


Keaton Beach

Fishing Report



Cold should send


trout up streams


BY PAT MCGRIFF
One More Cast Guide Service
Well, either the fishing is
very, very good (so good, in
fact that everyone is keeping it
secret) ..... or it is dismal and
very few are going and when
they do they are keeping it to
themselves.
I. suspect the latter...as I
did fish for 30 minutes or
so last Wednesday and the
water temperature was 52 54
degrees.
We tried to fish plugs and a
five inch Assassin rigged on an
unweighted worm hook. The
pinfish were very active and
were following your offering
in "balls" of 50-plus fish and
occasionally one would nip at
your bait .... however no strikes
from trout or reds.
Earlier reports (after the last
frost/freeze) had trout and reds


F 5 Low 12:42 AM


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Su 7
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High
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High


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1:05 PM
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2:00 AM
8:00 AM
2:05 PM
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3:14 AM
9:39 AM
3:07 PM
9:14 PM
4:18 AM
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4:07 PM
9:59 PM


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2.6
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3.0
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1.3
3.2


staging at the mouth of creeks
and rivers but not quite ready to
go in.
The cold front this week
should put them in the rivers
and major creeks. Expect to
catch fish on MirrOlure's Catch
2000s, 52ms, MirrOdines and
un-weighted five inch Shad
Assassins.
Otherwise, fish soft plastic
rigged under a Cajun in 1-3
feet of water and expect to have
patience. S-L-O-W down.
Water temps in the low 50s
mean fish will not chase a bait
down and will move very, very
slowly.
Live shrimp may take a few
fish but usually only short trout
during these conditions. Plugs
and plastic, if fished slower, will
out-perform live shrimp now.
Good Luck!


Tu 9 Low
9 High
9 Low
9 High
W 10 Low
10 High
10 Low
10 High
Th11 Low
11 High
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F 12 High
12 Low
12 High
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12:57 PM
5:53 PM
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6:58 AM
1:48 PM
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New boat

anchoring

laws being

considered


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) directed staff to proceed
with submitting draft legislation
to the Florida Legislature
which, among other provisions,
will create a pilot program .to
-0.4 test boat anchoring and mooring
3.0 regulations in various parts of ,;
1.5 the state.
3.4 Public access sites for boaters
have diminished because of
-0.9 development of waterfront
3.2 properties and privatization of
1.6 boating facilities. As a result,
3.6 some boaters have anchored or .-
-1.2 moored their Vessels on the water
-1.2 permanently, or for long periods,
3.3 and often behind alerfront
1.i,6 properties Uhder pressure from
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-1.4 governments implemented local
3.3 codes and ordinances that are in
conflict with state laws.
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The Florida Fish and Wildlife
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that are consistent with interim
regulations in Gulf federal
waters. In addition, the FWC
approved a rule amendment
to allow Florida recreational
anglers to harvest more red
grouper in Gulf state waters.
A recent stock assessment
indicated that Gulf gag grouper
are undergoing overfishing
(excessive harvesting pressure),
and harvest levels must be
reduced. Interim federal
regulations to address this
situation will be implemented
in Gulf waters beyond nine
nautical miles offshore of
Florida in January. Today's
FWC action will make Florida
gag grouper rules in state waters
consistent with the interim
federal regulations.
The new rules establish
a two-fish-per-person
recreational daily bag limit for
gag grouper within the five-
,grouper aggregate limit in
Gulf state waters, and prohibit
the recreational harvest of gag
grouper from Gulf state waters
from Feb. 1 through March 31.
Another new FWC rule
increases the recreational daily
bag limit for red grouper in
Gulf state waters from one fish
per person to two. The FWC is
taking this action now because
a recent stock assessment
concluded that the Gulf red
grouper stock' have recovered
enough to allow an increase in
harvest levels, and it is expected
that the recreational red grouper
bag limit in Gulf'federal waters
' will be increased to two :fish
sometime in 2009.
"The improvement in red
grouper abundance in the Gailf
gives us a chance to 'give back'
some fish to anglers and helps
reduce the overall impacts of the
new gag grouper restrictions,"
said Rodney Barreto, chairman
of the FWC.
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on Jan. 1. More information
on grouper management is
available online at MyFWC.
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Religion


A-7 Perry News-Herald December 5-6, 2008


'Once

Saturday brings
'Holy Night'
First Baptist Church of Perry
will present the multi-media
choral program, "Once Upon a
Holy Night" on Saturday, Dec.
6, and Sunday, Dec. 7, beginning
at 6 p.m. in the sanctuary of the
church, located on the comer
of Center and Green Streets in
Perry.
The church's Celebration
Choir, under the direction of
Sara Sue Grambling, chose the
musical for its reverent and
worshipful tones. "Christmas is
such an awesome time to remind
people of the holiness of God
and the magnitude qf the miracle
of Jesus' birth," Grambling
said. "We are praying that our
program will help people move
away from the typical trappings
of Christmas, to a greater
awareness of the incredible gift
of Christ's first coming to earth,
even as we prepare our lives and
hearts for his second coming."
"Once Upon a Holy Night"
will include the adult and
children's choirs, dramatic
narrative and a background
video. "Scenes from modem
day Jerusalem and Bethlehem
are shown next to pictures of the
biblical towns some 2000 years
ago. When you add the beauty
of the choir's musical worship,


Upon a Holy
the effect is very compelling," E, Maurice Linton Rd., pastored
she said. by the Rev. Byron Hughes. For
more information, please call


How do you manage
depression?
First Presbyterian Church of
Perry and its Stephen Ministry
Program present "Am I Blue?,"
a seminar on identifying and
managing depression, on
Saturday, Dec. 6, from 9-11:30
a.m' in the fellowship hall of
First Presbyterian Church. The
Rev. Robert R. Lutz, Ph.D.
will lead this informal seminar
which will allow time for
questions and discussion. A
continental breakfast will begin
the day, with child care and
transportation available upon
request. A love offering will be
received. Advance registration
is requested. Please contact the
church at 584-3826, Monday
through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 12
noon.

Doors open at 5 for
iann. i -na nan4


Nancy JacKson at 843-0973 or
223-1194.

Food sign-up
deadline is Dec. 8
Perry First Church of God
and Angel Food Ministries
have joined forces to bring
"food relief to Taylor County,"
said Mike Hicks, pastor of the
church.
There are no limits to the
quantity of boxes per individual,
and there aren't any applications
or qualifications for eligibility.
The next distribution will be
Saturday, Dec. 20; orders must
be placed by Monday, Dec. 8.
Please contact the church at
584-7992 or 584-8646 to place
your order. Payment for boxes
(which range from $30 for a
regular box and $28 for a senior
-.box, to $35 for a Christmas/
,.holiday: dinner, box) may be
made by cash, check or food


pi se concern u stamps.
Omega Forbes and ihe
Family & Friends Chorale will Soi
be featured at a Glorious Praise
Concert on Saturday, Dec. 6, at Im
Glorious Rain Church of God of South,
Prophecy. Doors open at 5 p.m.; invites e
the concert begins at 6 p.m. cantatas'
The church is located at 110 Dec,7, ~


uthside plans
lini' cantatas
side Baptist Church
everyone to two "mini
" on Sunday evening,
at 6 p.m. The children's


t First Baptist


Sacred Hearts, Crimson Flow
and Faith Quartet.

Want to hear Voces
Angelorum again?
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.
*- Please see page 8


First United Methodist ChurCh


SUNDAY WEDNESDAY
Coffee 8:45 a.m. Memorial Hall Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
I Sunday School 9:00 a.m. Youth Activities 6:00 p.m.
Traditional Wotship 10:00 a.m. Choir 7:15 p.m.
THURSDAY- Bible Study 6:00 p.m.
302 N. fefferson St. Perry, Fl. (850) 584-3028 fax (850) 223-2460
Rev, James Taylor, pastor nursery provided Email fumcp@gtcom.net


St Joins Christian Fellowship
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wednesday 7 p.m.
m' rnig Worship 11 a.m. StudylPrayer Meeting
Nursery and'Children's Ministry Provided
Located at the intersection of Puckett Rd. & Golf Course Rd 584-7251



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SUNDAY SERVICES
9:45 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship
6:00 p.m. Discipleship Training
7:00 p.m. Evening Worship


WEDNESDAY SERVICES
6:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Mission Activities
Hwy. 27 584-5688
Steven Ruff, pastor


Huge 3-Family

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Saturday, Dec. 6
1537 Holley Drive
7:00 a.m. until

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Kathryn J. Maxwell, 91,
passed away on Wednesday,
November 5 2008 atter a
long illness.
Her husband William
H. (Pete) Maxwell, Jr. and
her daughter Kathryn M.
Rizzo, preceded her in
death. Kathryn was born
in. Live Oak, Florida and
raised in Perry, Florida. Her
parents, Thomas N. and
Ethel Woodbery Jones, now
deceased, were long-time
residents of Perry.
Kathryn and Pete, who
was a naval' aviator, met
and married during WWII.
Shortly after WWII, Kathryn
and her husband moved to
Greensboro, North Carolina
where her son and daughter
were born. In 1955, she and
her family then moved to
Atlanta, Georgia, where she
raised her family and resided
for the rest of her life. Her
husband had along successful
career as a manufacturer's
representative, ultimately
owning his own firm.
She was a bookkeeper
for most of her life and later
worked with her husband
in his business. She was an
active member of Peachtree
Presbyterian Church for more
than 53 years where she was
an enthusiastic volunteer.
She was a skilled gardener,
participating in local garden
clubs. She was an avid bridge
player who was a member of
n '


several bridge groups.
She is survived by one
son, William H. Maxwell
III of Atlanta, and two
granddaughters, Alison Rizzo
and Michelle Maxwell. She
has one deceased brother,
Corneliu. Jones of Perry and
one deceased sister. Mary
Williams of Lake Mary.
She has two surviving
sisters, Jesse Inman of Lake
Seminole, Geneva Greve of
Tallahassee; four nephews:
two nieces, and many friends
'spanning all generations.
V ,Kathryn Maxwell
hat many rare attributes
including being a fifth
generation Floridian--her
ancestors had come from
South Carolina to farm in
Gadsden County, Florida
in 1.824, soon after Florida
became a U. S. Territory.
Her family appreciates the
many expressions of love and
kindness Kathryn received
from her many friends during
her long illness.
A memorial service was
held in the Kellett Chapel
at Peachtree Presbyterian
Church at 11:00 on Saturday,
November 29. In lieu of
flowers, she had requested
that any donations be made to
either the American Cancer
Society or the Arthritis
Foundation.
Arrangements by the
Cremation Society of Georgia
404- 355-7627.


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Local Churches


light' a
choir, directed by Nicole Ratliff,
will begin the service with a
mini cantata entitled "Christmas
Around the World." The adult
choir, under the direction of Ty
Scott, will then perform "Joy to
the World." A DVD presentation
will accompany the music; each
cantata is approximately 20
minutes long.

Gospel sing to benefit
Dees family
The Perry First Church of
God on Highway 221 North
is having its monthly sing on
Saturday, Dec 6, at 7 p.m. This
is a benefit sing for the Richard
Dees Family, featuring the


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distinctive service based on
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SSunday School 10:00 -10:45
Worship Selvit6 11:O'12:00
Children's Church 11:00 12:00


Craft Show
Bake Sale
Attic Treasures


St. James Episcopal Church
1100 W. Green St., Perry
Saturday, Dec. 6
8,am --2 pm


"Come unto to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest."
Come and learn more about.our Lord, Worship with us together in Spirit and In Truth at



Come study online http://en.netlog.com/Ironyoda
Sunday, Morning Bi'ile Stud\ r11 9 i0 ,a.m. Everyone is our Honored Guest!
Morning W\'orhip Scr ices at 10:30 a.m. -"14 N.Calhoun St Perr\. Fla
Sunday\ c\,:nng at (:O) p.m. Telephone 58-26-15
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SPerry News-Herald December 5-6, 2008


At Southern Pines Fest


30 barbecues to compete


in Triple Crown Challenge


With only a week remaining
until the Southern Pines Blues
and BBQ Festival, plans are
almost complete, including the
line-up for the inaugural Triple
Crown Challenge Barbeque
competition.
Sponsored by the Florida
Barbecue Association, the
challenge will feature some of
the best cookers from Florida,
Georgia and Alabama.
The festival will run Friday
and Saturday, Dec. 12-13,
at Forest Capital State Park.
The competition will be held
Saturday. Tickets are $10 for a
weekend pass.
The teams cooking next
weekend competed in a series
of qualifiers in each state with
the top teams earning points
by placing. At the end, the, 10
teams with the most points were
invited to compete.
The Florida qualifiers were
held in Sebring, Winter Haven
and Clermont. In Georgia, the
qualifiers were in Thomaston,
Barnesville and Newnan. For
Alabama, qualifiers were held
in Dothan, Valley and Elba.
A total of $15,000 in prizes
will awarded to the winners
nelx weekend.
The %\inning team from
the Florida qualifiers are:
Bub-Ba-Q from Canton, Ga.;
Swamp Boys from Winter
Haven; Mount Dora Bar-B-
Que Company from Mount
Dora; Bubba Chuck's. BBQ
from Auburndale; HomeBBQ.
com froni Oviedo-. Barbecue


Crew from Moultrie, Ga.; Kick
the Tire, Light the Fire from
Palm Bay; Big Daddy Q from
Okeechobee; GB's BBQ from
Tavares; and Jacks Old South
from Vienna.
The qualified teams
from Georgia are: Jus-Fer-


Fun Cooking Team from
McDonough, Ga.; Big Papa's
Country Kitchen from Lake
Placid; DW's Kountry Cookers
from Perry, Ga.; Tiger Creek
BBQ from Palmetto; Hoockie
Que from Valley, Ala.;. This
Butt's For You from Ormand
Beach; Team Bobby-Q
from Chamblee, Ga.; Bethel
Smokers from Douglas, Ga.; J
& J' s' Southern Smokers from
Eatonton, Ga.;\ and Fine'ly Read
BBQ from Lanette, Ala.
Competing from the Alabama
qualifiers are: Pork Avenue
BBQ from Dothan, Ala.; The
Ross Team from Tallahassee;
Muchees Smokehouse from
Lake City; Big Pig, Inc., from
Alexander City, Ala.; Uncle
Kenny's BBQ from Winter
Haven; Forrest's Fine Foods
from Cottondale; Cook's


Portable Smokehouse from
Elba, Ala.; House of Q from
Springdale, Ala.; Flirtin' With
Disaster from Marianna; and
Red Baron BBQ from Dothan.
"We are proud that the FBA
chose Perry to be the site of the
Triple Crown. Challenge," said
Dawn Taylor, member of the
festival's organizing committee.
Many of the triple crown
competitors will also be taking
part in the People's Choice
event, in which festival-goers
will be able to judge the best
barbecue for themselves for $5.
Several cookers will also be
offering their barbecue for sale
following the contest, Taylor
said. "Be sure you don't miss
out on a chance to taste some
some excellent barbecue."
In addition, the festival will
also be hosting a backyard
barbecue competition, with
several local teams already
signed up. Rounding off the
festival is the Old Whiskey
River Sauce Contest, with
the winner receiving a guitar
autographed by Willie Nelson.
For more information on
how to enter either contest,
contact the Perry-Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce at 584-
5366 or visit online at www.
southempinesblues.com.
The festival will also feature
live music from blue musicians
including Larry McCray, Rocky
Athas Group, Damon Fowler,
Johnnie Marshall, Used Blues,
6th Street R&B, King Cotton,
and Rick Knowles.


Union held 'grand session'


with 'spirit-f illed'attendance


By B.D. WILLIAMS
The New Year
We proudly welcome another
year, its hour,, before us lie, yet
Ssad indeed are ti ust times, but
there is ni, need to en.
How much is there we can
do, tasks many for you and me,
'"no time for discouragement as
clouds darken over the sea.
Many things we can do, each
circumstance we must seize.
Waste not time"with idle talk
when there is so much to do. To
fashion, to carve a better world,
my challenge for you!
About this troubled world we
think, the heart aches greed-and
strife. Then let us don the robe
of love. and help make a better
life, better person.
We can be by playing well our


given part, freeing ourselves
from all hate, having a kind
and loving heart as we pass
along the way and be used by.
the Masier every d J. More
strength of God, let us ask as
we the new year greet, that we
may do our very best taking the
bitter with the sweet.
The Ministers, Deacons and
Superintendents Union, with
the Rev. Izell Montgomery Jr.
president. held a grand session
over the past weekend at
Springhill M.B. Church. Even
with the rainy weatherr the Spirit
ran high and the attendance
was great throughout the entire
session. The last union in the
year of 2008 was enjoyable at
home with "mother" Springhill
M.B. Church


The city-wide mission,
Mrs. Helen Smith president,
celebrated its annual banquet
Monday night at Little Bethel
M.B. Church.
The attendance was good
and Spirit-filled; everyone
was thankful and'praising God
for being in the last city wide
mission of 2008.
Say a prayer and visit the sick
and shut-in at home, in nursing
homes and in hospitals. Say a
prayer for the schools, teachers,
students, boys and girls in and
out of schools running the
streets and won't obey their
parents, and away from home.
Look to the hills from whence
cometh your help. God will take
care of you. The world needs
prayer.


Local business setting aside


$5 per service call for charity


Food from angels?!
As part of Angel Food Ministries, Perry First Church of God completed its first
distribution of food boxes prior to the Thanksgiving holiday. A second distribution is
planned for Dec. 20, but the sign-up deadline is Monday, Dec. 8. Pastor Mike Hicks
encourages anyone who is interested in the program to contact 584-7992. There
are not limits to the quantity of boxes per individual, nor are there any applications
or qualifications for eligibility. Payment may be made by cash, check or food stamps.


Fruits available from Church of


God; order now for the holidays


CHURCH
Continued from page 7
at Good Shepherd Catholic
Church, 4665 Thomasville
Road;
Thursday, Dec. 11, 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, is a
member of the group.

Is a fruitcake on
your Christmas
menu?
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.

2nd 'God's Country
Live' slated Sunday
The second annual "God's
Country Live" program will
be held on Sunday, Dec 7, at
6:30 p.m. in the First United
Methodist Church. : This free
concert will feature nanv of the
Country Gospel and Southern
Gospel Songs heard on "God's
Country Radio Show" on Power
Country 92.1. Performing will
be Josh Noland and Friends.


Buy American
Buy Local

i Buy at Timberland Ford


Advanced Refrigeration &
Air Conditioning is ending
2008 with charitable thoughts
about the new year.
"In these economic times, the
first thing that many businesses
are cutting back on are their
charitable contributions," said.
Mike Jolley, owner of the
company.
"That's what got me to
thinking that we should make
a special effort to support these


charities," he said.
"The Boys and Girls Club
--just to name one--has been
good to us, and good to the
community, and I would hate
to see them suffer because of
business cutbacks.
"So we decided that in
January, we'll set aside $5 from
each service call for a designated
charity. We'll change charities
each month, in order to help as
many as we can," he said.


Three arrests made


after TCMS break-in
Three arrests have been made for the recent break-in at Taylor
County Middle School.
The Perry Police Department (PPD), along with the Taylor
County Sheriff's Office (TCSO), has charged Rusty Ferguson, 18;
Lindsey Sherouse, 18; and Eldon Jennings, 20, in connection with
the burglary (which was discovered the morning of Nov. 24).
The three suspects also confessed to burglarizing The Recycling
Center and taking a Dell computer monitor. The burglary at the
center was reported on Nov. 19.
Stolen merchandise in that case was recovered from an
abandoned house; during interviews with the suspects, information
was gathered that led officers to suspect that the three were also
responsible for the burglary at the middle school.
TCSO resource officer Deputy Darell Upshaw assisted the PPD
in closing the school burglary investigation.
. All three suspects were charged with two counts of burglary, two
counts of grand theft and criminal mischief.
During the. break-in at the middle school, the suspects stole a
computer monitor, two cases of cheese and four yearbooks.

TCES opens 'Mistletoe Mall' Dec. 8
Taylor County Elementary School is hosting a "Mistletoe Mall"
which will be open Dec. 8-17, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Items will be priced
from $1 to $15. Proceeds will be used to pu. base library books.


Jolley needs to hear from
charities which would like to
be considered for this donation.
"They just need to send me a
W-9 to 520 W. Hampton Springs
Avenue, Perry, FL 32347."
Every month, a random
drawing will determine the
charity of choice which will be
announced on the company's
Web site. Jolley will also report
how much is collected for the
charity.


Beautiful
blonde
seeks home,
Jewels, a four-month
Shepherd mix, is-
described as "very
friendly" and she is
looking for a home. Her
medical records are
available; she has
received two sets of the
required four puppy
shots. For adoption
information, please
contact the Taylor
County Animal Shelter
at 838-3525.


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Community


B-1 Perry News-Herald December 5-6, 2008


Celebrate 'Steinhappy Holidays' Saturday


The Christmas Parade starts at 5 p.m.


The Steinhatchee River
Chamber of Commerce will
host its first "Steinhappy
Holiday" Saturday, Dec 6.
The day will begin with a
pancake breakfast with all the
trimmings at Hungry Howie's
on Riverside Drive. Tickets
will be $4 at the door and will


include a "Steinhappy" holiday
shopping coupon booklet
featuring discounts from local
merchants, restaurants and
marinas.
Christmas stories will be
shared at the Steinhatchee
Community Center beginning
at 3 p.m.


The day will end with the
second annual Christmas
Parade boasting music, floats,
animals and a very special
guest--Suana.
Staging for the parade starts
at 4 p.m. and the parade will
begin at 5 p.m., leading off in
the area of Roy's Restaurant


and traveling the length of
Riverside Drive.
Participants will double back
and end at the community
center.
For more information about
any of these events, please
contact Yvonne at (352) 498-
7344.


4-H Robonauts brir


home 'Spirit Award'


The Taylor County
4-H Robonauts recently
participated in a tournament
and brought home the Spirit
Award.
4-H Extension Agent, Lori
Wiggins said that judges
remarked that the team had "lots
of enthusiasm," "made a great
model" and was "amazing."
There were 11 teams at the
competition in Merritt Island,


and the Robonauts enjoyed
meeting other students, sharing
experiences, and even doing
the limbo between matches,
Wiggins said.
"The Spirit Award is given to
the team who not only
encourages their team the most,
but encourages others as well.
The Robonauts are proud to
have received this award at
their first tournament.


CDA classes available
t
The University of Florida Extension Office in Taylor County is p
pleased to announce an agreement with Early Learning Coalition (
of the big Bend Region, Inc., to partner with and conduct a CDA (
(Florida Child Care Professional Credential) course. (
The Early Learning Coalition is providing partial scholarships s
for participants. Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Agent
Deborah Humphries and Pre-K Director, Sharon Hathcock will be
teaching the class.
CDA training can help teachers improve their skills and learn
how to set up a supportive learning environment. Classes are
"informal, interactive and supportive" and participants will learn
bow to make a variety of teaching tools to use in their classrooms.
The 120-hour course meets the educational requirements of CDA
(FCCPC) as defined by the State of Florida.
The cost to participants is $50 per quarter for a total of $200.
To qualify for a scholarship, a candidate must meet core
certification requirements: high school diploma or GED; 40-hour
Department of Children and Families' required child care training;
current CPR, first aid, 480 hours of experience working with
children ages 3-5; and 18 years old or older.
'Each participant %\ho -uccessfull\ compkltes the class will be
awarded the Florida Child Care Profe sion.ifCrcdentiua arid can
prepare for the National CDA assessment.
Each child care center must have one person with a CDA, and
for every 20 children must have another person with a CDA.
Please call Deborah Humphries at 850-838-3508 for more
information, a brochure and a registration packet on the course,
Classes start Jan. 6, 2009, at the Pre-K media center and will be on
Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5-9 p.m. The deadline for
registration is Dec. 12.


"The team was able to
present their research
information about forest fires
started by lightning strikes, and
answer questions in technical
nd teamwork interviews,"
Martir., the team's robot,
completed several successful
missions in the timed
challenge. The Robonauts
were commended for working
well together, exhibiting one of
First Lego League's core values
)f "gracious professionalism,"'
The Robonauts would like to
hank sponsors MEI., M.A,
Rigoni, Buckeye, the Optimist
Club, Kiwanis Club, Fairpoint
Communications and Trin
County Electric for their
support.


Taylor County's 4-H Robonauts

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Entertainment


B-2 Perry News-Herald December 5-6, 2008


December has a few




surprises at the theatre


December is a month known for surprises, The movie is rated PG-13 for thematic material,
whether it be the presents waiting under the some disturbing content and a scene of sensuality.
Christmas tree, the secret Santas at the office or Opening the same weekend is "The Tale
simply the 'unexpected family and friends that of Despereaux," an animated filni actually
tend to arrive at your doorstep this time of year. receiving some marketing. With much better
For Hollywood, it's no different. In December animation and voice acting apparent in the film's
we'll get the final batch of Oscar hopefuls, trailers than "Delgo," this could be the family film
although most will not expand to a theater near us of the month, even if by default considering the
until January, if ever. Not to fear, however, as there lack of such movies on the slate. Despereaux is a
will be plenty of movies in wide release ready to mouse who is banished for 'being more man than
compete for your dollars as well. Remember, the mouse," and ultimately befriends a princess, who
highest grossing film of all time, "Titanic," was must later be saved from a kidnapping plot.
released Dec. 19, 1997. The film is rated "G."
Perhaps the biggest surprise for me this year, Also returning to the big screen is Jim Carrey in
was the number of movies receiving wide "Yes Man," about a man who agrees to say "yes"
release this month that I had ... to every request for a year. Sound
never heard of before working .., .,:. ". familiar? Remember "Liar, Liar,"
on this column. I consider myself about a man forced to tell the truth
pretty knowledgeable about the for a day? Carrey is a funny actor,
subject (otherwise, why would I and this may be a great film, but
be writing about it?), so to stay ." J how close is too close?
under my radar during the busy "Yes Man" is rated PG-13 for
holiday season doesn't portend a CL crude sexual humor, language and
good result at the box office for brief nudity.
any film. Christmas Day is always a busy
Well, with that said, let's move, day at the movies, and this year
on to the movies.. ;.. is no exception with six movies
This weekend we only have one opening wide on Thursday, Dec.
movie opening wide: "Punisher: 25.
War Zone." This films appears In "Bedtime Stories," Adam
to have had as brutal a past as its Sandler stars as a man who
protagonist, a cop driven to seek discovers the stories he tells his
vigilante justice after the death niece and nephew are coming true.
of his. wife and son. He got his Sandler rarely treads into family-
revenge in 2004's "Punisher," friendly fare, but director Adam
and its sequel languished in pre- Sh.ankman's resume includes
production for the net hiee "'H.iirspray," "Cheaper by the
years. Over that time the l n!m lost D[, 2" an-f"The ,ifjer"
vtwd-irectors,,several riiter.s .and B Tte nov ''li rAiter PG 0r
lead actor Thomas Jane i replaced sonme mild'rude humor and mild
by Ray Stevenson). The original languageg.
film had few fans arrone cri .. Perhaps the most intriguing
upon its release, But oelid D\D I motie opening this month is
sales earned it a sequel. \\ whether i"The Curious Case of Benjamin
or not those fans will wan t a return Button," .starring Brad Pitt as
trip is the question. a man born with the body of an
The movie is rated R for " ~'old man which ages backward
pervasive strong, brutal \'olence. i 'li J e grows. Director David
language and some dru.-, use. Fincher ("Zodiac," "Fight Club,"
Next weekend, three more Se'en") brings a critically
movies open wide, but the one acclaimed resume, as does Pitt
receiving the biggest push by far and co-star Cate Blanchett. Of the
is the remake of "The Day the 3,.- films receiving a wide release this
Earth Stood Still." The 1951 month, "Benjamin Button" has the
original is one of the classic, head- best chance of being remembered
of-the-class science fiction films of when the Oscars roll around.
the 1950s and 60s, so did it really VALKYRIE The movie is rated PG-13 for
need a remake? In both versions brief war violence, sexual content,
an alien arrives on Earth with a language and smoking.
dire message for humankind. In In "Hurricane Season,"
the original, the message was if Forrest Whitaker is Al Collin, a
humans do not stop their Cold high school basketball coach who
War-era antagonistic tendencies rebuilds his team after Hurricane
--which could ultimately spread Katrina ravages New Orleans, La.
to other worlds--the planet The story sounds intriguing, but I
would be destroyed. In .this couldn't find much about the film
new version, the message has itself, and I have to wonder why a
been changed to one of green studio would release a basketball
awareness, with humankind put film during the heart of the college
on the chopping block by some kind of interstellar football bowl season.
environmentalists. The film is rated PG-13 for brief sexual humor.
The film is rated PG-13 for some sci-fi disaster "Marley & Me" teams Owen Wilson and
images and violence. Jennifer Aniston in a romantic comedy about a
Every December needs a family-bonding-over- newlywed couple and their puppy Marley. The
the-holidays movie, and this year, that movie is trailers have a "Problem Child" feel as Marley
"Nothing Like the Holidays," which boasts creates havoc, but I guess this will be closer to a
a solid cast including John Leguizamo, Debra date movie than anything.
Messing and Alfred Molina. As the children The film is rated PG for thematic material.
arrive home for the holidays, each brings his or some suggestive content and language.
her own problems, which are quickly trumped by 'The Spirit" brings to the big screen one of
a bombshell announcement from their mother. the most influential comic book characters most
The movie is rated PG-13 for thematic elements people have never heard of, except for hardcore
including some sexual dialogue, and brief drug fans. Created by legendary Will Eisner in the
references. 1940s, the Spirit follows a cop who returns from
Finishing off the weekend is "Delgo," an the dead to continue his fight against crime. Comic
animated fantasy that has been bouncing book legend himself, Frank Miller ("Sin City,"
around Hollywood since 2003. Unfortunately, "300") takes the helm as director after helping
its animation looks even more dated than that. Robert Rodriguez direct "Sin City." He apparently
I'd hate to dismiss the film simply for subpar picked up a few things from Rodriguez, because
animation,but the English voice acting showcased the visual style of "The Spirit" is almost identical
in the trailer is downright awful, to that film.
"Delgo" is rated PG. "The Spirit" is rated PG-13 for intense
On Dec. 19, Will Smith returns to the December sequences of stylized violence and action, some
box office (after last year's "I Am Legend") with sexual content and brief nudity.
"Seven Pounds." The studio is keeping the plot And finally, we wrap up the month with
of this one under wraps, with the trailers thus far "Valkyrie," which follows the secret plot inside
alluding to how seven seconds can change one's the German army to assassinate Adolph Hitlei
life. Smith's character appears to be meddling in during World War II. Starring Tom Cruise and
other people's lives, but for what reason we don't boasting director Bryan Singer ("The Usual
know. Personally, I love a bit of mystery when I Suspects," "X-Men"), "Valkyrie" could break
head to the theaters (that is what made the first the recent trend of war movies tanking at the box
"Matrix" film such a success), so I'm willing to let office, even though most people with a grasp on
Them keep their secrets for now. Smith has been the history of World War II know how this will
on a roll and with him re-teaming with "Pursuit end.
.of Happyness" director Gabriele Muccino, there's The film is rated PG-13 for violence and briel
no reason to think his streak will end now. strong language.


Get ready for scamming, scheming and double-crossing when the hit Broadway
musical, "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," comes to the Tallahassee-Leon County Civic
Center Monday, Dec. 8. Tickets are still available and may be purchased by calling
800-322-3602,or online at www.tlccc.org.


'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels'


cons its way to Tallahassee


The national tour of the
scamming, scheming, double-
crossing hit Broadway musical,
"Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," is
coming to Tallahassee at the
Tallahassee-Leon County Civic
Center Monday, Dec. 8. .
Based on the popular 1988
MGM film, "Dirty Rotten
Scoundrels" centers on two con
men living on the French Riviera
--the suave and sophisticated
Lawrence Jameson, who makes
his lavish living. by talking
rich ladies out of their money,
and a small-time crook named
Freddy Benson, who, more
humbly, swindles women by
waking their compassion with
fabricated stories about his
grandmother's failing health.
After meeting on a train,
they unsuccessfully attempt to
work together only to find that
this small French town isn't big
enough for the two of them.
So they make a bet: the first
one to swindle $50,000 from a
young heiress triumphs and the
other must leave town. What
follows are a series of schemes,
masquerades arid double-
crosses in which' nothing may
ever be exactly what it seems.
"Dirty. Rotten Scoundrels"
opened on Broadway in
March 2005 to rave reviews.
The New York Times' Ben
Brantley called it, "The most


"Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" was awarded 1 1 Tony
Awards including Best Musical.


eagerly awaited new musical
of the season." Clive Barnes
(New York Post) raved, "A
knockout punch to Broadway's
funnybone! One of the liveliest,
funniest, best-performed
musicals in years. Super-smart
and superior in every way."
And Terry Teachout (The Wall
Street Journal) proclaimed, "I
know funny when I see it, and
this show is a perfect hoot! A
big hit."
: "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels"
was awarded 11 Tony Award
nominations, including Best
Musical. The musical had
its world premiere at San
Diego's Old Globe Theatre in


L ty Rotten Scoundrels
will be presented at the Civic
Center on Monday, Dec. 8, at
7:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale
now at the Civic Center-Box
Office, all Ticketmaster outlets,
and at www.ticketmaster.com
or charge-by-phone at 800-
322-3602. Group discounts are
available at the Civic Center
Box Office. 'Tickets are priced
at $50.75, $44.75 and $34.75.
Phone orders, Internet sales arid
tickets at the outlets are subject
to a convenience charge.
For more info and a video
preview of the show, visit our
Web site at www.tlccc.org.


God's Country Live returns


annual event at our church".
The Encore Band will feature
the Purvis Brothers, Mike,
Frank and Wendell, with Randy
Howell and Ronnie Weeks. The
musicians recently performed
at the Florida Forest Festival as
Charlie McCoy's backup band.
"We love to play these
Country Gospel songs," Mike
Purvis said.
"This is what we learned
growing up in the church. Our
parents still love to hear us
play these songs. Our parents
attended last year's performance
and I hope they make it this year
as well."
Josh Noland, the producer


of God's Country, will be
performing with Rick Knowles,
Lynn 'Tyson, Larry, Schm.idt,
Teresa Schmidt and John
Polaski. They will be joined by
guest appearances from Mike
Purvis and Randy Howell.
Knowles, local songwriter
and artist, is scheduled to
perform material from his CD,
"These Country Bluesl; at the
inaugural Southern Pines Blues
and BBQ Festival in Perry on
Dec. 12.
Larry Schmidt was heard
recently with his band, Southern
Rain, at the Forest Festival and
the Big Bend Heritage Music
Association kickoff.


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The second annual God's
Country Live Program will be
held on Sunday, Dec. 7, at 6:30
p.m. at First United Methodist
Church in Downtown Perry.
This free concert will feature
many of the Country Gospel and
Southern Gospel Songs heard
on the highly popular God's
Country Radio Show on Power
bCountry 92.1. Performing will
be Josh Noland and Friends,.
' and the Encore Band.
When asked about the event,
Pastor James Taylor said, "I
attended the first God's Country
Live event last year. It was
awesome and I am so looking
forward to having the second





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B-4 Perry News-Herald December 5-6, 2008


AUCTION HOUSE OF MADISON will
be having Christmas Auction
December 6, 13, and 20 at 6:30 p.m.
Toys, gifts and decorations. 1693 SW
Mosley Hall Rd. (CR360) Madison,
Florida '(850) 973-2959.
MASTERCARD, VISA AND DEBIT
CARDS, HEATED / AC-COMFY
SEATS. From Perry: Take RT 221
North to CR 360 (SW Mosley Hall Rd)
Turn Right, go about 8 miles on the
right. AU691-COL. RON COX
AB2490.
12/5,12,19PS




Giant garage Sale going on Friday and
Saturday from 9 a.m. 5 p.m. at 1557
Carlton Cemetery Rd. Something for
everyone. Christmas lights, outside
blow ups and a little bit of fishing stuff.
So come on down and look it over see
you there!
12/5


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Yard Sale Saturday, Dec. 6 8 a.m. 12
noon. Go north on Hwy. 221 turn right
on Roberts Aman Rd, Right on 1183
-larley Davidson Lane. Household
items, boys clothes, toys, Halloween
decor, porch swing, hammock, weight
bench, ceiling fan, 16" Chevy rims.
12/3-12/5


Yard Sale only Saturday, Rain or
Shine 7 a.m. until, 102 Miller Dr. off
Plantation, huge Sale new and used
items, toys, clothes, household. items.
All electric items work.
12/0-12/5


HUGE MULTI FAMILY -Yard Sale.
Saturday, 7:30-1 p.m. Everything must
go! Lots of furniture: full bed, couches,
tables and more. Winter clothes and
shoes all sizes, decor; cookbooks,
etc., all Prices negotiable! 201
Cypress Rd. behind Pizza Hut.
12/5


Treasures & More Glassware


Inside and'


outside Shops New Hours: Sat-Sun 10-4 Antiques
We buy...call us! Collectibles
Yard Sale C ToollecibleS
Set-up Tools
$8 & up Hwy. 19 S. 838-1422 584-7124 Moh-Th Furniture


Is your computer slow? Service &
Sales of new and used computers.
Service available in your home
-business. 838-1683.
10/24PC
Multi-Family Yard SaleFriday and
Saturday 8:00AM until20013 Beach Rd
(Last driveway on right before you get
to Keaton Beach Gas and
Grill)Furniture, kitchen items,
Christmas trees and decorations,
clothes, tool, some of
everything Please call 843-1549 for
credit card to run ad. We want it to run
this Friday.
12/5
YARD SALE SATURDAY ONLY
8am-till. 4690 Woodscreek Rd. 5 miles'
down.woodscreek rd. you will see
sign on right? at muskogee rd.
Clothes,toys,furniture and misc
12/5
Yard Sale 1104 E. Julia Friday and
Saturday. 8 a.m. 12 noon. Crafts,
gifts and stuff.
12/5
Yard Sale Cedar Island Saturday, 9
a,m. 2 p.m.
12/5
Warehouse Cleanup Sale! Across
. from Days Inn. Saturday, Rain or Shine
9 a.m. until. Kayaks, canoe's,
furniture, clothes, toys, pumps, old
courthouse windows, rest; Equip.,
fruits and vegetables. (850) 672-2014.
12/5BC
Huge 3 family Garage Sale Come
one come all, Saturday, 7:30- until.
Charles E. Hendry Rd. (off Puckett
Rd.) Look for balloons!!
.12/5
Big Sale Friday 12 4 Saturday 8 -
until. Tools, men's women's,
children's, baby clothes & shoes. Too
much to list on the side of Wilson's
Bait & Tackfe. 20% off Sale.
12/5-12/12

413 E. Elm St. 8 a.m. noon. Men's
suits, dress shirts, girls clothes (4-6),
toys, movies, wagon, utility shelf unit,
and more. No early birds please.
12/5
2 Family Yard Sale Saturday 8 a.m. 2
p.m. One mile down Beach Road. Turn
on to Dewey McGuire Rd. Follow the
signs. Toys, 2 VCR's, 2 C-Pap
machines, Humidifier, Small Bike,
Christmas Decorations, some still in
boxes. Pet hair clippers, Shoes, Adult
Clothes, Boys Clothes and many
other items.
12/5
Yard Sale TriCounty Electric parking
lot. 1506 South Jefferson St. 8a.m. -
12 noon.
12/5
Yard Sale 2634 Slaughter Rd. Lots of
items cheap. name brand girls clothes.
Men's & women's priced to get rid of! 7-
12 for directions call 838-1361.
12/5
Yard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. until,
Yarbrough Tire Parking Lot.
12/5
Taylor County Christian Academy 900
West Ash St. Saturday from 8 a.m. -
until. All profits will go to schools
expense.
12/5
Yard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. 1 p.m.
'2810 W. Page Rd. (off Woods Creek)
We have toys, clothes and more. A
great time to shop.
12/5
5-Family Yard Sale Saturday, 8 a.m. -
until. Jackson, Furniture parking lot.
Great Christmas Gifts. Designer
clothes, purses, shoes, children
clothes, brand new toys, lots of
household items, small appliances,
furniture, TV, computer, microwave..
12/5

2-Family Yard Sale Saturday 8 a.m. -
12 noon. 316 Wj ,
12/5 lT '


Big Yard Sale! Saturday, Dec. 6, 8
a.m. 1 p.m. 2807 Scott Rd. off Foley
Cut-Off. Bicycles, roller 'blades,
books, clothes and lots of other stuff.,
12/5
4-Family Yard Sale Saturday, Rain or
Shine in the Premier Pediatric parking
Lot. (Dr. Khodr's office) 8 a.m. 1 p.m.
Name brand women's, men's, boys,
and girls clothes. Name brand baby
girl clothes and shoes, maternity
clothes, white crib, white changing
table, swing, bumbo seat, toddler bed
rail, aquarium swing, lots more baby
items, wet suits, golf, clubs, air tank,
Christmas decorations, computer,
toys, new Carhart Jacket, men's Camo
Clothes & boots, .text books for intro to
Education and Intro to educational
technology, Household items, and lots
more. Come see!
12/5
Garage Sale Dec. 6, 9 a.m. 1605 N.
Calhoun St. Bedroom & dinning
furniture, 2 large desks, end tables,
lamps, wall art, glassware, videos,
Christmas stuffs tuff. lots of stuff. Ask, we
may have it:
12/5
Moving Sale! All Must Go!
Rain/Shine/Sleet/Snow\Hunting Equip,
Tree Stand, Reloader, Etc. Household
Stuff Table, luggage,, bedding, etc.
Worth the drive to Cedar Island 2 mi:
S. of Keaton Beach Follow Signs.
Saturday 9 a.m.- 2 p.m.
12/3-12/5
Big Yard Sale! Friday. & Saturday.
Christmas Stuff! Some furniture and
'Lts.Mbre. 17398E., Royal Oak Drive -
Leisure Retreats Beach Rd. left on Red
Oak, right on E. Royal Oak (1.st stop
sign) 578-2781'.
12/3-12/5

Craft & Yard Sale Saturday, Dec.,6. .
Starting at 8 a.m. at Doctor's Memorial
Hospital. 8 Craft tables; jewelry,
candles, baby blankets, homemade
candy, scarves, afghahs, alpaca yarn,
potpourri lamps, caricatures drawn
from life or picture and many. more
handmade items: 4 Yard Sale Tables:
vacuum, clothing, toys, household
items, Christmas decorations, .
12/3-12/5
Yard Sale Dec. 5 and 6th, 8 a.m. until
? Rain or Shine. 15566 Blue Crab Dr.
Go to curve on Beach Road and follow
signs. Christmas decorations,
furniture, books, kitchen items,
lighthouse dinnerware, flatware,
drinking glasses, childproof gate,
concrete water fountain, some
women's clothing size L. PC games.
Too much to list, all nice stuff, no
junk
12/3-12/5
2-Family Yard Sale Cedar Island
Saturday & Sunday,
12/3-12/5
Warehouse Cleanup Sale! Across
from Days Inn. Saturday, Rain or Shine
9 a.m. until. Kayaks, canoe's,
furniture,, clothes, toys, pumps, old
courthouse windows, rest. Equip. (850)
672-2014.
12/3-12/5

Garage Sale Friday & Saturday. 151
Leon Ward Rd. 8 am.- until.
12/5



We Buy
Gold, Silver
Silver Coins
Old Paper Money

Don't sell your
Old Jewelry
at a yard sale
Bring it to South House for
TOP DOLLAR!!


Small ads...big deals!!


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Refrigerator 18 cu. ft. Sears Kenmore,
beige color, clean, very ,good
condition. $225. Phone 838-2003.
12/5
BIG SCREEN TV, TV Magnavox 36"
Theater sound with remote. Cost $600,
Sell $250. 223-1057.
12/5
$155 2pc. Queen Plushtop mattress
set. New in plastic w/warranty. Can
deliver 545-7112.
12/5GCN1
3'Piece Living Room Set, New 100%
micro fiber, stain resistant, List $1999,
Let go for $649, delivery available.
222-7783
12/5GCN1
A New Queen Orthopedic Pillowtop.
Mattress Set in Sealed Plastic $290,
Warranty. Can Deliver. 222-9879.
12/5GCN1
Beautiful Queen Solid' Wood 7-pc
Bedroom Set w/dovetail-drawers. Still.
in boxes. $2400 value, must sacrifice,
$999. 222-7783 '. .
12/5GCN1 '
Complele S.:.Il ivo'd Bedroonm Set.
Brand new! Top Quality.' Dovetail
Drawers Beautiful. Must See. $499.
Can deliver 545-7112. .:
12/5GCN1 :
FIREWOOD & LIGHTER For Sali!'-
Cheap. Delivery a.,adabiie. 7 days a,
week. Call Chris at 223-1559.:'",-
12/5-12'
Guitar New Fender, :Classical electric
guitar, narrow neck, cutaway, and
equalizer. Asking $350 Firm. (850).
584-2865.
12/3-12/12
For Sale Power Pole, including meter
box and 2 outlets $250. Call 584-9711'.
12/3-12/5
Two 9 ft., Pre-lit, high end, Northern
Pine Christmas Trees. Complete :One'
used only one season. $95 each. Call
584-7990
12/3-12/5ToP
12x35 Park Model. Vinyl siding &
skirting. 1 bedro,:mrr I bath and steps
at Keaton 3ea-Ch Also Handy man
Travel Trailer 30'. Call cell 321-662-:
5539 or 850-578-2448.
12/3-12/12
Computer repair. New and used
computers with your data transfer.
included. Repairs available at your
home or business.
1.0/24PC
For Sale FIREWOOD, well
seasoned, can deliver.
Also, 5 Dunlap AP20 Grand Trek Steel
Belted Radials P245/75R16 like new.
$250. Call 838-2853.
12/3-12/5
Historical red brick for sale 838-6077
or 584-2270.
9/3tfJM ; '
New 350 watt Mobility Electric 3 wheel
Scooters, $495. ATV's, Go Karts & 2
Motor Scooler" We repair most makes
andmodel Perry Scooters 1302 N
-Jefferson St. Phone 371-1432.
,12/1-01/07 '. '. ,


Looking for your first home? With
payments starting at $150 and with
excellent financing opportunities, what
are you waiting for? Call Prestige
Home Centers 352-493-2492 or 1-800-
477-2492.
6/25tfPH
12x35 Park Model. Vinyl siding &
skirting '1 bedroom, I bath and steps,
at Keaton Beach. Als6 Handy man
Travel Trailer 30'. Call cell '321.662-
5539.or 850-578-2448.
:12/3-12/12'
NO DOWN PAYMENT for land owners'
( even if you' still owe money on your
property'l Call Prestige Home Centers
3524932492 or 1 800-477.2492
6i25tlPH
Trade-ins welcome, no down payment
for land owners! Call Prestige Home
Centers 352-493-2492 or 1-800-477-
2492,
6/25tfPH
1 only CLOSE-OUT
28x80 4 bd./2 bth delivery, set up, air
skirting and steps, $69,995 no dealers
please. .Prestige Home. Center
Cheifland. 800-477-2492.
9/3tfPH ;, ',: ; ,:-
'LAND HOME packages single
section mulii section Modular too
Many ,hnancing program.' W"e can do.
ii all a i orwood Homes 01 Perry Call
S850-838-9090
S7,23ilH
INVOICE SALE going on through mhe
end o ihe month Many homes to
choose from Don i m.is this
opportunity at Irorpwood Homes of
Perry 850-838-9090
7;23rlH '
LOW PRICES You wont find better
deal Bring any competitors offer and
we will beal II We are the low.price
super' center at Ironwood Homes of
Perry 850-838-9090
7/23tflH

2009 3 BR/2 Bath starting at ONLY
$299/ month wa c many homes to,
chose from. We will nol be undersold'
at Ironwood Homes of Perry. 850-838-.
'7/23tflH .. .... .... ..
JUST IN- 2009 Southern Oaks. These
homes are beautiful and priced to meet
your budget. 4 BR/2 Bath starting at.
399imonih w.a c.' Call 850-838-9090
7/2 lIH *

Too, many, kids and hot enough
looms? We have 4 bedrooms starting
@ S51 995'" Call Prestige Home
Centers 352-493-2492 or 1 800-477-
2492. :.: ,. : . '
6,'25fPH. .
LAST ONE we have one 16x80
remaining. Delivered arid setup within
50 miles for ONLY $34.900 Our prices
can't be beat at Ironwood Homes of
Perry. 850-838-9090.
7/23ttlH .; ..:.
PAY LESS,- 3 BR/2 Bath DW- rdered.
*10 Lbefore price -increase one"
remaining at old pricing At Ironwood
Homes of Perry. we save you money
850-838-9090
.7/23tflH : ,


WANTD? FO REN


Investor Property Angel ALERT Stock"
market got you down? I would like to.
borrow $10,000 secured by 1/3 acre
and trailer 1st mortgage 8% yield on 5
year term. High Loan to value rating,,
Quick easy deal recorded, title
insurance Keaton Beach area 1.-352-
302-2456.
10/22-12/26
NEED CASH?
GOT JUNK?
GOT JUNK CARS, TRUCK?
I BUY SCRAP METALS!!
850-838-JUNK (5865)
State Certified Scales
2/7tfRC


Lost Dog REWARD Colden
Retriever last seen in the area 'of
Johnson Stripling; Rd. If seen please
call Tommy Allen at 584-3652.
11/21-12/10





Registered Boston Terrier puppies.
Available Now, Just in time for
Christmas! Call 229-377-4251 Mr.. or
Ms. Turner,
12/5

Border Collie Puppies for Sale. Black
& 'white. Beautiful markings, 3
worming, first set of shots by Vet. Just
in time for Christmas! $250. Call 838-
7386 or 584-5414.
11/26-12/10 . .


Jack Russell puppies for sale with
health certificates. Two boys two 'girls.
$250 each. Call 584-9968. Ask for
Sherry.
12/3-12/10


SDuplex Large ,1: bed/ 1.. bath:
Hardwood floors, Central AC/Heat.
Full Kitchen, washer and dryer hook-
up. Full Bath. 1 block from Walmart.
$475 mo FLS. 850-890-1467 Robert .
12/5-12/12..
2 Furnished Apartments. Efficiency.
$130 weekly $300 security; 2 bedroom
'1 bath $150 weekly $300 sec.
-Includes water, electric, cable. No
pets. Ref. Required. Call 843-1301, .
12/3-12/12 .
2 bed/1 .bath in a quiet neighborhQd.
SPlease call (850) 294-9245' (leave
message)
1,2/3-12/5


Apartment for Rent, Furnished Studio .
Aparlment Satellite TV & utilities,
paid. 1 or 2,adults only No children
no pets, $165 per week plus 5165
deposit. Call 584-2199.
12/3-12/12
Steinhatchee Place Resort Furnished
1 and 2 bedroom Condos for Rent..
$550-$675. Included in price Water,
cable, internet and hot tub in
Steinhatchee. Call 1-352-498-7740.
11/28tfSPR/SPD


Small 2. BR/1 Bath Block Home. JusI
outside city limits on Johnson
Stripling Rd. $400 per month 1st, last
$200 sec. 850-843-0883.
12/3-12/5
2 BR/1 Bath like new M.H. on private 2
acres outside city limits off Woods
Creek Rd. $500 per month. 1st,.last
and sec. 727-433-4514.
S12/3-12/5

Shop for Rent on Beach Rd. Near Rt.
19. Call 584-2199 or 863-860-1850.
11/26-12/5


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

Houses For Sale!!
t 602 N. Jefferson St.
602 W. bacon St.
113 Lewis Dr.
584-4678.
,12/5-12/31 .
INCOME RENTAL PROPERTY 12%.
RETURN: S95,000 Call 838-5118.
11/19-12/12AR


3 BR/ i i1/iiam newly remoaele d HUD
accepted 1st/lasi e,:uriy,' deposit OR SALE
required 850-371.156 1 Acre of land. on Hwy 98
11'26-2.'12 West, on David Horton Road. Fenced


For Rent 2000 sq. ft.. building
Roberts-Aman Road, Perry 838-6124
For Lease 40'x80' barn w/50 fenced
acres, power and well, Perry 838-4124
11/19-12/12AR
For Rent 2 B/B DiW north of Perry
Clean. Washer/dryer. Porch, carport.
* large landscaped yard. 838-6124
For Rent 2 BR 1 B house @ Shady
Grove 838-6124
11,'t9.12/12AR
Westqate Rooms available for rent,
Refrigerator, microwave. TV wicable.
AC/Heater. Everything included S155
weekly S40 daily, S495 per month. RV
sites Sg9 daily. S70 weekly. S250
monthly. Tax included. 1622 S. Byron
Butler Pkwv. 850-584-7033.
10/15rLS .
Rooms available at SkvlarK Motel
everything included from Monthly S550
Required S45 deposit. $165 weekly or
$40 daily tax included. 317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwv. 850-584-7033.
1'1/14tfLS


S1 & 2 bedroom apartments available..
'Call 584-6666.
IW0.
Woodridge Apartments!!
Accepting applications for 1,2 & '3 BR
HC,. and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers
.- ic-onsidered. -Equal, ,Housing,
Opportunity Ohice hour arb"8:00 -'
'5:00 Mon. Thurs. Call 850-584-5668.'
709 W. Church St. Perry, FL 32348.
TDD 711
tfWA
SHome for rent in city, Annual Lease,.
: $750 per month. Call 223-3055.
10124-11/19
All electric 2 br/1 bath mobile home in
small park north of town. $350 mbo.
$300 sec deposit. No pets. Must have
rental references. Call 838-2755.
10/29tfDC
Southern Villas of Perry
Looking For Applicants!
Rental assistance available. HUD
vouchers accepted. 1 & 2 BR HC &
non- HC. accessible. apartments.
Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon.-
Thurs. Call 850-584-8111. TDD/TTY
711.315 Puckett Rd, Perry, Fl, 32347.
Equal Housing Opportunity.
5/2tfnSV o
Taking applications for rentals -
.2BR/2B mobile home $400. & 1 B
.Mobile Home $375. All set up in
.Everetts mobile home park. Rent $425
a ,month. Water, sewer and garbage
included. Absolutely.No phone calls.
Apply in person only Monday through
Wednesday. 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
'References required. Ask for Ms.
Betty
12/5tfEMP
1 bedroom 1 bath apartment for rent. In
quiet neighborhood. Carport, utilities
included. (gas,' electric,) Call (850)371-
0058.
12/5-12/31
Whispering Pines' Mobile Home Park
now taking application for one 2 BR/1
Bth Mobile Home total electric central
H/air and one 3 Br/2 bth mobile home
total electric central H/air. Application
and reference required. Call 584-3889.
9/5tfRE


Land for sale, 221 North Between'
, Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker
. Rd. 1 acre lots with: paved roads.
Owner financing available. Please call
(386) 658-1346 or (850) 584-7466.
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in with well and septic tank.
S 1.500.00 Call 912-682-4685.
Land Sale 10 acres in Steinhatchee.
Start at $49,000 with 5% down. S389
month. Great Hunting and Fishing.
352-542-7835 or 352-356-0805.
11/26-2/13
Home in beautiful rural setting located
just five minutes from local hospitals
'and less than ten minutes from Supe
Wal-Mart, Perry. Florida. 28x70 Palm
Harbor. 1'996-S55,000. Master
bedroom, three additional bedrooms.
two fu!l bathrooms, one 1/2 bath. with a
boniusI o,:m and fireplace, includes a
largee front deck. Located in a rural,
private retiree setting. Lot rent is $100
per month or you mav move the home;.
Call 850-843-068 cell phone or 850-
' 539 796 "." pnr:2..
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For Sale Runs Good. '90' Chevy 4x4 4,
-Wheel drive. Works $2500. Call 850-
:584-9012 and leave message.
i-12/5-12/17 ,
4 aluminum wheels for 2000iFord
F250 Truck and up. $300 Call 223<
3413.
12/5-12/10
1999, Chevy Prism 4.donr eood .
shape. New 'ire. trbroughi ir, Sepilj ) "-
mileage 84,465. $4,000. Call Ann at
850-838-7800. .
11/26-12/5
1995 Honda CR250 for sale. $1850.
Very fast, clean, lots of after market
parts. Must sell before Christmas 578-
2155.
12/3-12/12
For Sale 2003 GMC Denali SUV 4
door, luggage rack, power sunroof, rear
bucket seats, Bose stereo system,
fixed running boards, towing package,
81,503 miles. $12,000.' Contact
Buckeye Community Federal 'Credit
Union at 223-7100.
11/26-12/24BCFCU
2000 Cadillac 4 dr. Only 38,000 miles.
Lots of, new equip. Ex. Corid. Well.
maintained. One of a kind. $7,800.;
Call 584-8326:
11/26-12/5
2006 Lincoln Town car Luxury lots of
extras, low mileage. Call 584-6960.,,
$25.000.
11/19-12/ 12




14 ft Aluminm V-Bottom Boat w/20 HPR
Evinrude motor and trailer. $1100
O.B.O. (850)843-0287.
12/5-12/31
MOTOR HOME 'CLASS C' 318 V/8
Cruise Master by Dodge 79, Roof air,
NEW tires, battery, upholstery, carpet,
microwave, TV, VCR, paint, stripes,
NEVER LEAKED. Excellent First
$2500. Perry 223-1057
12/5


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Speech Therapist Seeking individual
for RN/part time position. Need person
who can be responsive to the need to.
do screenings. Flexible regarding the
hours as long as able to achieve
patient needs. Smaller SNF adding
rehab staff. Nice working environment"
Contact Mike Pacariem. Lafayette\
Health Care Center, 512 W. Main St.,
Mayo, FL 386-294-3300.
11/28-12/10LHC


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3 pm -11 pm and 11 pm- 7am
Increased 20% Revised Register Nurses Pay Scale

PLUS Weekend Differential PLUS Shift Differential

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B-5 Perry News-Herald December 5-6, 2008


Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners
Roll Off Site Attendant (occasional
call in) = $6.88 no benefits. Job
descriptions and applications can be
obta i n e d from
www.taylorcountygov.com or
Employment Connections Mobile Unit
located in the K-Mart Parking Lot on
Wednesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. 4
p.m. Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners is an EQE, VP.' DT,
background check employer:
12/3tfBCC

Dragline/Heavy Equipment.mechanic.
Good salary and .benefits. Job is
located in heBranfbrd, Filorida area.
Please ca l1 -800-232-8371 for detailsi.
11/12-12/5"


At your clerical service. I work from
home typing, creating bulletins,
brochures, newsletters, and more.
Short or long term projects. Call
Martha today. 843-1730.
12/5-12/31

TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE
*Stump Grinding
*Tree Trimming
*Tree Removal
*Debris Removal
*FREiE ESTIMATES* and
*GREAT RATES*
Call today!
850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
Mark A. Moneyhan
Certified Quality Specialist
*12/3-2/20
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With the :liiday- coming around iher
corner and: you find that you do not
have a lot qf free. time to rake and
clean up your yards call us for a free
estimate. We also clean out flower
beds and haul of junk cars and what
ever else needs to be done. Give us a
call at 850-58,4-8959.
Thank you Chad H. Dees lawn care.
Licensed and ;nsured.


TREEICAPiAL

CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY
& CARPET CLEANING
Dries in 3-4 hours

~ Tile Floors -~
Pet Odors ~ -

584-CLEAN
(584-2532)


NEED HELP? TLC for your elderly
loved one. 16 years experience.
References available. I am very
tolerant and patient. 584-5165 please
leave name and number.
12/5
Certified nursing assistant will sit with
your handicapped or elderly loved
ones 12 years experience. Call
Tammy 850-223-2115.
12/3-12/12
J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
Licensed and insured. Free estimates.
We also grind stumps. Call today 838-
1280 .,Firewood for sale.
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Water/Sewer Hook-Ups Available
Complete Set-Up Service & Anchoring,
Dirt Pads & Tree Service


SERVICES


Tear Down & Removal, Releveling,
Installation of New Windows & Doors,
Roofs, Skirting & Vinyl Siding.
Licensed, Insured & Bonded
Call Mark Moneyhan 584-6397 TAYLOR COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
or Steve McKinney 838-0676 TAYLOR COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL &
TSTEINHATCHEE K-8 RENOVATIONS
CLEMONS, RUTHERFORD &
JM Handyman Home Repairs, LLC ASSOCIATES, INC.
Pressure-washing, painting, concrete, 2027 THOMASVILLE ROAD
wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 32308
wood available, Mobile Home Repairs, PHONE (850) 385-6153
RV Leak Repairs, 578-3776, 838-6077 You ore'Invited to bid on a General
or 584-2270. Contract, including replacement of
5/14tfJM sidewalks, HVAC units and a roof.
The construction consists of
Experienced Computer Techs will replacement of approx. 11,000 SF of
repair your computer in your home. sidewalks and HVAC units In approx.
Upgrades, new, or used computer 35 classroomsat the Taylor County
sales with your data transfer included. Fiddle Schoolin cement of a
Emergency response available. 838- 10,000 SF roof & associated HVAC
1683 units at Steinhatchee K-8. All Bids must
10/24PC be on a lump sum basis;
accepted.
The Taylor County School Board will
receive sealed bids until 1:30 PM on
Wednesday, December.11, 2008 at
the Taylor County School Board
Meeting Room, 318 North Clark St. in
Perry, FL 32347. Bids received after
that time will not be accepted. Bids
Us TODAY! CALL TODAY I will be opened publicly and read
8 "aloud by at 1:31 PM of the same
850-838-1683 date.
SCopies of the Bidding Documents
888-499-1700 may be examined at the Architect's
ta. office,
ith Data 1311 S Jefferson St., _Clemons, Rutherford & Associates
System! Perry, FL 32348 4 ; Thomasville Road
r hir..j. :.'- Hlorida
at F. W. o6dge, 1311 Executive
INCr.re Sr.ite 108, Tallahassee,
sFlorida. Drawings will be avallobJ)b
m : ~ m o16 e .-on on Tuesday, November

PnESLSURE' WAS, PrNO General Contractors and
S i n g I e W i de' $A 4 0 Mechanical, Plumbing and Electrical
Subcontractors may obtain copies
D o u b le W i d e $ 7 0 of the Bidding Documents at the
5 8 4 6 9 2 5 Architect's office in accordance
11/19tf with the Instructions to Bidders upon

Contractors will be limited to two (2)
Cle g uo sets of Bidding Documents and
Mechanical, Plumbing and Electrical
AW-SHARS TOTAL FLOOR Subcontractors will belmited to one
3 dbIrqptctjnents in one of the following
,4 -qrF- L 4 ~.~.~~- 1 ,- r .. ,.rrr~Mers: (1) brig deposit check
Licensed&Insured and pick up bid documents at the
Architects office; (2) mail iri deposit
Lisa's Affordable House check and bid documents will be
C.O.D. to cover shipping and
dependable, 20% off 1st cleaning, handling; or (i) mail in deposit
References upon request. Call for free check and include a separate
estimates. 850-584-6209 check of $8.00 for handling and
11/19-12/12 your FedEx or UPS account number
for shipping. Other interested parties
may purchase complete sets of
Bidding Documents for the sum of
FLOORING $150.00 for each set, which is non-
Will Beat all prices. Carpet, Vynal and refundable. Bidders may obtain a
Repairs. Senior Citizens discount. refund of their deposit by returning
850-838-9050 if no answer please the complete Bidding Documents in
leave message. good i,:-, no later than ten
6/2tfBR ( ).: er.,3,J. days after ,the
6/20tfBR ,,-...a of bids. Biddets who do not
',.mo, Bid Will forfeit 1'thbir deposits
unless Bidding Documents are


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information for each business and how to contact and sign up to work immediately earning cash.

Being your own boss makes you responsible for the structure of your business and you will want to
take all opportunities afforded to you. To assist you in setting up your business I have also included
Home Based Business, IRS Publication 587, Principal Place of Business.

-Persons and companies information being sent to you are believed to be reputable.
However, LD Pease does noi accept any responsibility whatsoever for their activities.
To order information send $29.95 + $2.10 tax = $32.05
LD Pease, P.O. Box 252, Salem, FL 32356.


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Total $32.05
Money orders mailed same day.
Personal checks held 14 days.


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A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Land clearing, tree trimming/ removal,
dump truck service, harrowing, bush
hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling
and complete lawn service. Call 584-
6737.
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Swann Bonding Agency
EARL SWANN BAIL BONDS
Where Everyday Is Springtime"
107 N 584-2757
Jefferson St. 584-2757


returned in good condition three (3)
days prior to the Bid Opening.
A Pre-Bid Conference will be held for
General Contractors on Friday,
November 21, 2008 at 11:00 PM at
Clemons, Rutherford & Associates,
Inc., Conference Room, All
questions at the Pre-Bid Conference
by General Contractors and
Subcontractors shall be presented
on the "Request for Clarification"
form. See Sectioh 00100 Instructions
to Bidders.
Bid Security in the amount of five
percent (5%) of the Bid must
accompany each Bid in
accordance with the Instructions to
Bidders. A letter from a bonding
company must accompany each
bid, stating that the bidder is
capable of obtaining all bonds
required by the Construction
Documents.
It is the intent of the Taylor County
School Board to review the
apparent bid with the apparent low
bidder for any value engineering
items. Owner reserves the right to
negotiate scope and contracting
method with apparent low bidder.
The Taylor County School Board
reserves the right to waive
irregularities and to reject any and all
Bids.



PUBLIC NOTICE OF SALE
The Storage Place on Highway 98W
In Perry, Florida announces a Public
Sale to beheld at the Storage Place
Facility In 'Perry, Florida. The sale Is
being held to sadtsfy a Landlord's
Lien.' Everything is sold "As Is" "where
Is" for cash. The Storage Place
reserves the right to cancel any
public sale that is advertised. Also,
The Storage Place has the right to no
sale a unit If deemed necessary.
The units being sold are as follows:
P02 -TERRIN BISHOP
P53 & 64 TRENT COOKE
P75 TASONYIA JOHNSON
P72 -CHARISE THOMAS
P28- ANTHONY WHITE
P10 WILLIE MAE JONES
P08 PICKFORD CONSTRUCTION
P30-79 NITA UPSHAW
12/5


Notice is hereby given to ANNE
ELIZABETH WELLS and SHERRY TAYLOR
HARVEY, unless payment made on
2000 PONTIAC GRAND
PRIXVin#1G2WP52KOYF102266.
Vehicle will be auction on the 18th of
December at 9 a.m. at Larry's
Towihog.
12/5


IN, AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
S'Fr101IDA
CIVIL ACTION ,
,C ~fi r,. 62-2008-CA-000764
DIVISION:
LASALLE BANK. NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR
LEHMAN XS TRUST SERIES 2007-9,
Plaintiff,
OSCAR ALVARADO, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: KARINA HICKS
i. ._ -i.- r., .'.. ,3 ,, 1'-J' n 'r'nj -'_" :.,h T ,' '
.. lr.:.r,r.1.3,-.. -',,. "F lI .
Current Address: Unknown
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR
OTHER. CLAIMANTS
Last known address: Unknown
Current Address: Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the
following property In TAYLOR County,
Flrifda:
LANDS DESCRIBED IN OR 181 PAGE
480, LESS AND EXCEPT LANDS
DESCRIBED IN OR 407, PAGE 197;
BEING MORE P)kTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS
BEGINNING AT THE SOUTHWEST
CORNER OF SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP 4
SOUTH, RANGE 8 EAST, TAYLOR
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND RUN NORTH
ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID
SECTION 662.0 FEET; THENCE RUN
EAST 328.5 FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH
662.0 FEET; THENCE RUN EAST 100.00
FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 425.23 FEET;
THENCE RUN WEST 210.00 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 210.00 FEET TO
THE NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF
ELLISON ROAD; THENCE RUN WEST,
ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE,
53.5 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 160.5
FEET; THENCE RUN WEST 165.0 FEET TO
THE, WEST SECTION LINE OF SECTION
20; THENCE RUN NORTH ALONG THE
WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION 20;
474.73 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING
has been filed against you and,you
are required to serve a copy of
your w-ltten defenses within 30 days
after the fist publication, If any, on
Florida Default Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is
9119 Corporate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampo, Florida 33634, and file
the original with this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's'attorney
or Immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
Complaint or petition.
This notice .shall be published once
each wee for two consecutive
weeks In the Perry Newsoapers.
WITNESS m hand and the seal of this
Court on this 21st day of November,
2008.
Annie M. Murphy
Clerk of the Court
By: Marti Lavalles Deputy Clerk
12/5, 12/19


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