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SNw s-Hrald December 16-17,2011

Serving the Tree Capital of the South Since 1889


iCommission Inside the fence
The Taylor County Historical t
maakes bid t
Society will host its annual
Christmas party Monday, Dec. g
19, starting at 7 p.m.
bring a covered dish and "come run recreation
enjoy the fellowship," President
Wanda Cash said' After a year of talks between The county would conduct
f Dohow to run recreation with the opportunity for non-profit
diminishing funds, the Taylor organizations to provide those
Sci g Culn s o Y County Commission took its services.
first official step Tuesday to Traditionally, the city has
The Ciy of Perry Fire take over the administration of administered football and
Department is continuing to organized sports leagues from baseball leagues while the Perry
Deparment s con tinuingo to Oraeruz
collect toys for local families in the city. Soccer Association oversaw fall
need. In the numerous meetings and spring soccer seasons.
To make a donation, stop by held between the two boards, The city and county jointly
the station (which is open 24 city council members have ran football this past season after
hours a day, seven days a week). expressed their willingness both sides agreed in the summer
to consider turning over the a new system was needed due to
be leagues to the county. increasing financial constraints.
is l u e At their meeting Tuesday, Brown said he hoped to have
hlle Do 30 commissioners unanimously an agreement in place before the
The Southeastern Community approved a draft interlocal start of the upcoming babeall
Blood Center Bloodmobile will agreement outlining the new season so residents would have
be at Walmart Friday, Dec. 30, arrangement and authorized a clearer picture of who was
from 10 a.m to 4 p.m. County Administrator Jack running recreation.
"Give the ultimate life-saving Brown to present it to the city While under the former
gitthis seasonorganizerssaid. for their consideration. If the system, the county paid the
"Up to 100 units of blood can be city approves the agreement-- city, the city would instead pay
used by accident victims, but up with or without making changes the county under the proposed
to three lives could be saved to the language--it will be agreement.
with just a single whole blood returned to the commission for Brown said the shares would
donation g l approval again, be determined using the same
A $10 gift card will be provided Brown pointed out that many formula as before.
to all successful donors. For of the organized sporting events "Cash funds will be payable
more information, call 850-877- are now being held at the Taylor in full by the city to the county
7181. County Sports Complex. quarterly: Oct. 1, Jan. 1, April 1
"This agreement establishes and July 1 of each year for the
the mechanism whereby the upcoming year during the term
caeity sfo ft county, with continued support of the agreement," the draft
al llm l ho day from the city, becoes te me t c nt states.
Slead facilitator for recreational Additionally, the city would TCI Cap. Tim Noles performs a security check on Sheriff L.E. "Bummy" Williams
league sports services for agree to continue to maintain with a handheld metal detector. Williams was one of more than a dozen community
The City of Perry has county and city residents its fields "to a high level of leaders to take part in a tour of the institution Wednesday morning. Waiting for their
announced the following with service costs shared on a maintenance" at no cost to the own security checks are Taylor County Sheriff's Office Capt. Richard Johnson and
garbage collection schedule for pro-rated share basis by both county and provide them for use Doctors' Memorial Hospital (DMH) CEO Richard Huth. Also taking part in the tour were
the upcoming Christmas and ernmental entities," the County Commissioner Pam Feagle and City Councilman Alphonso Dowdell. Feagle
New ars fholiday' are nto etities t he Please.see.pag .2 called the tour "a real eye-opener,". ,



day customers will recunty employees to Tour offers rare glim pse
City offices (and departments)y e.nt states.
sowvdc.tr"a : rec e holiday bonus of pr 's in e wor king s


will be dosed Friday, Dec. 23,
and Monday, Dec. 26 for the County employees will once According to County
Christmas holiday. Monday again get a holiday bonus this Administrator Jack Brown, the By ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI
customers will receive service year. county received $578,000 in Staff writer
Tuesday, Dec. 27; Tuesday The Taylor County unanticipated funds returned by If the stares were any
customers will receive service Commission unanimously the constitutional officers for indication, it has been a long
Wednesday, Dec. 28; and agreed Tuesday to give a one- the past fiscal year which ended time-if ever-since inmates at
regularly scheduled service time, "end of year" bonus of Sept. 30. Taylor Correctional Institution
is planned Thursday, Dec. 29, $500 to all full-time employees He added that the bonuses (TCI) watched a group of
Friday, Dec. 30. and $250 to regular part-time this year will cost the county private citizens walk through
SNew Year's: City offices employees. approximately the same as the front gates and onto the
will be closed Monday, Jah. This is the same bonus given last year, when the total price facility's main compound.
2, for the New Year's holiday last year to employees who tag was $175,000 for county More than a dozen
Monday customers will receive have not received a raise in the and constitutional officer community leaders were given
service Tuesday, Jan. 3; past four years. New employees employees. an unprecedented look at life
Tuesday customers will receive who do not qualify for either of The cash bonus amounts behind the fence during a private
service Wednesday, Jan. 4; and the cash bonuses will receive a will be "grossed up"' in which tour Wednesday morning.
regularly scheduled service is $25 gift card, which had been the total amount of money For many, it proved to be an
planned Thursday, Jan. 5, and the county's traditional bonus eye-opening experience.
Friday, Jan. 6. before last year. "* Please see page2 "I just had no idea what
was out here or how large T
N. the facility really is," County TCI Food Service Direct or J.R. Polley, left, shows
bCommissioner Pam Feagle said. visitors a sample menu for inmates. The average cost
Perry City Councilman per meal is 58 cents.
0 Alphonso Dowdell described with an annual payroll of $25.5 at no cost to the city or county.
;F the compound as a "city within million. (TCI has a total staff of We provide the van, officer
a city." 606 employees.) and inmate squads;" Capt. Tim
Yet while hundreds of "Which means that every Noles said.
correctional officers patrol the month, twice a month, a little Inmate crews were utilized
sprawling three-unit facility on over $1 million (in wages) goes in the building of Heritage
a daily basis, much of what they out into the community. I know Pavilion at Forest Capital State
do remains a mystery to many many of the businesses in town Park and had a major role in
in the community. appreciate that;' Crews said. the construction of the Taylor
"Some people think that the But beyond the salaries, he County Sports Complex as well
only inmates here are ones noted, the institution also has as the revitalization of Perry
who write bad checks or smoke a major impact through the Historical Station (commonly
dope...that's not true. This is not inmate workso squads which are known as the Old Depot).
like HBO. There are a numer a r utilized by not only the Florida Inmate crews also maintain
of inmates serving multiple Department of Transportation many of the community's boat
life sentences who will never (FDOT), but also the City of ramps and parks.
go home. They will never step Perry and county. "In the past year, inmate labor
out of those gates. They will die "We send out 12 squads has provided a cost savings of
in here" Warden Scott Crews, everyday. Four are under $1.4 million to the taxpayers-
a 22-year Florida Department contract with the FDOT and and that's not counting the four
of Corrections veteran, said in three are contract squads for FDOT squads;' Noles said.
A tasteful gift...
l welcoming the group. the city (1) and county (2). TCI encompasses 449 acres
In unison, these Perry Garden Club members will tell you that Sawgrass & Pines, "That's why we organized There is also a public works of sandhills and pines 10 miles
Volume .li, is a "unique and treasured Christmas gift, filled with wonderful recipes this first of what we hope will squad that does work for the west of Perry. Carved out of the
which have been handed down from generation to generation, interspersed with become an annual event...to school district, maintaining all acreage are the Main Unit and
tidbits of old Florida history about the early days of Taylor County." Shown from show you what our staff does the ballfields and football field. Annex (each encompassing 36
left are Carlyen Grant, Geroma Wiggins, Gennie Malone and Tish Whitfll. Copies of everyday." They, of course, work when acres) and the nine-acre Work
the cookbook are available from members of the club or through the gift shop of The institution houses close there are no children or students Camp.
Doctors' Memorial Hospital (Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) for $20 per to 3,300 inmates supervised by present. Four additional squads Please see page 8
copy. a security staff of 479 officers are provided to the community Please see page 8

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A-2 Perry News-Herald December 16-17, 2011
Under proposed agreement

City would turn over rec equipment to county
RECREATION stored in the city recreation that the county has the funds of residents about the issue and would meet with the coaches made a motion to approve the
Cnn f building, available, all were in favor of the county to listen to their ideas and draft agreement with Feagle
Continued from page 1 When asked by During discussion of the taking over the leagues. concerns. seconding. The measure passed
for practices and games. The commissioners, Brown said if proposed agreement, no one on Walter Bishop, who coaches Commissioner Malcolm Page unanimously.
county would agree to mark the the county does take over the the board spoke against the idea football, was present at the
fields for games. leagues, his plan would be for of taking over the leagues. meeting and asked whether the
The city would also agree the part-time sports complex's "I don't know if this is current. coaches would be given
to turn over to the county any concession manager to become the best thing for the county, the chance to continue next
existing recreational league a full-time employee and a but it's the best thing for the season.
services equipment and recreation coordinator position children," Commissioner Mark Brown said he couldn't
inventory and allow it to be would be created. He added Wiggins. guarantee everyone who
Commissioner Pam Feagle coached would be able to coach
SE m p lo y e e s -w ill said she had spoken to a number moving forward, but the county


take home $500,

$250, ,ftter taxes mn'

BONUS "Our employees are the
Continued from pagel. backbone of the organization,"
______ra e said Commissioner Pam Feagle
given will be increased sg9fit before making a motion to
the net amount after reqt iied approve the bonuses.
tax withholding will be equal Commissioner Malcolm Page
to the- amount the employee is provided a second. The measure
intended to receive. passed 4-0 with Commissioner
In the case of the $500 Mark Wiggins, whose wife
bonuses, the total amount will works in the county extension
be approximately $800. office, abstaining. a
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A-3 Perry News-Herald December 16-17,2011

10 Taylor County students named

to NFCC's President's Honor Roll
Twenty-nine North Florida were: Hannah E. Bundrick, K. Morgan, Daniel A. Perez,
Community College students Daniel S. Cassel, Marybeth L. Emerald S. Perryman, KaseyII
have been named to the Clark, Macy M. Gregory, Anna L. Whitehead and Drew N. ul E el
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The graduating class of 8 Red Velvet Cake $25.00 Splenda
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1982 will hold a meeting on 8" Carrot Cake $25.00
Thursday, Dec. 22, At 6:30 pim. 10" Carrot Cake $35.00
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the upcoming 30-Jear reunion. 10" Key Lime Cake $35.00 is
For more information, call 8" Coconut Cake $25.00
Shelly Strickland at 584-5117. 10" Coconut Cake $35.00
Small Sour Cream Pound Cake $15.00
Soil & water Large Sour Cream Pound Cake $25.00 Fruitcakes
Si &EAtEr 8" German Chocolate Cake $30R.00 12 b. $5.00
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L iv in g A-4 Perry News-Herald December 16-17, 2011


Tyler Blayne Hart is one 0 .

Tyler Blayne Hart celebrated 0 0o1 ChrLianpuid ara de oh S?
his first birthday on Dec. 13, A o o0 o
enjoying his "Sweet At One" '0 oi V7 0 th ough Su Sturt Oo.
00 4 40 40q 0 o, 0 o a V o
party with many friends and wob 0 4 V o0
family, including his big 4 M o04
brother, Trace. By DEBORAH SHEFFIELD Grove Christmas Parade is a AAA guy aside. Patrick was in the back to ride home with
Tyler is the son of Tyson and wonderful spirit-lifting suddenly gone--he had dropped the tools. They were off--back
Haley Hart. His maternal
gandparents are mm an Im off to see community event that I hope to the ground and crawled to the farm where he grows the
andparents are Jimmy an you all have a chance to underneath my truck bed and most incredible fruits and
Nancy Pittman. His grea my daughter... experience this year. In tough stayed there for what seemed vegetables, and raises chicken.
grandparents are Clyde and y in the land of The Wizard of Oz. times, community togetherness like an hour! The bolt holding who have the free roam of the
Jean Pittman, the late Skeet I am on my way to see my and friendship can bring a the tire on was bent, but that yard. Patrick is one of those
Padgett and Frank Hill. are daughter graduate from college collective smile to us all. didn't stop him. Somehow he "old good souls" who opens his
Paternal grandparents are and see my beautiful rigged a way to use another tool farm to friends in need of food,
John L. Hart and Ramona Hart, Tyler Blayne Hart granddaughter, Elia, in Topeka, Farmer Patrick to pry the other just enough to or to pop a tent
and the late Buck and Dorothy Kansas; and then I am going to A friend of a friend of a let go of the tire. Dripping with
Hart. Asheville for the week of cousin has become a new sweat, red-faced from the AKA Santa Patrick
SChristmas.efrnalters
Ma Christmas. friend, live and in person-- effort, and a little frustrated, he I saw him yesterday, and he
IVicl Although I will miss this rather than through a computer. changed my tire on the side of looks like a genuine Santa
year's parade and Shady Grove He actually turned a scary Highway 19. Claus...with a wonderful full
Sra Country Christmas, I don't situation into a good one...and a white beard!
S want you to mis it! The flat tire on Highway 19 started But he
festivities will take pale this it all! doesn't have
fr m te Saturday, the 17th, when the One afternoon last summer, the beard to
gII cpv community of Shady Grove as I drove back from play Santa at
and folks from as far away as Tallahassee, I looked down for M a c y s
Erica Kimshi McNeal will Sopchoppy gather once aain something and my tire went off department
graduate from Florida State for the 2nd annual Christmas the pavement for just a store this
University with a Bachelor's parade and Country Christmas moment, but there must have year - for
degree in public relations, in Shady Grove. There will be been something at the edge, for even if he
having accomplished a double craft booths, prizes, raffles and immediately, my tire was did, he
major in sociology. even more fun than last year! nothing but rubber and rim on doesn't have
She is the daughter of Kim From Miss Florrie: The concrete. I was more than a a way to get
F-t Anderson and the late Eric parade line-up begins at 10a.m. little scared because I couldn't there. Now it
James McNeal. and the parade follows at 11. get the tire from underneath the is HIS truck
McNeal plans to return to For arts and crafts booths truck. To make a long story that won't
FSU in the Fall to pursue a information, contact Claire short, when the AAA man run. As a
Erica Kimshi McNeal Master's degree. Hatcher at 584-8370; for couldn't get the tire from under A genuine Santa Claus? To some weary carpenter, his
parade entries and information the truck to change it, my travelers along Highway 19, yes! truck is vital
contact Florrie Burroughs at cousin called Patrick whose to his work; working is vital to
a c 584-6343 or 838-6692. After in r n't oo a dor the Embarrassed that I6iy hada his farm life and literally
fthe keep'ttoofardowntheing the wo lightse and lterl
Underwritten by: Golden Rule nsurance Co. the parade there will be hot road. $20 bill to offer him, I keeping the lights on. The
Health Insurance and chili at the Shady His truck is old with a cover discreetly tried to place it in his truck needs major repair.
Grove Community Park. For protecting a lifetime's hand when I shook it with Without being ableto work, the
Pay general information about the collection of tools, parts and thanks. He gave it right back lights have been turned off at
SHigh Deductibles Randy event, call either. stuff needed for carpentry and said, "I can make money, Patrick's wonderful farm...the
Plus Trammell As a people, we've had tough work. So, I knew it was him but I can't cook--you're a great well couldn't run, the meat in
Dental & Visn Hotimes before and made it right away --the truck is pretty cook--just bring me something the freezer spoiled ...and he
Home Office 514 W. Ash Street through...and, in part, because loaded down and doesn't purr homemade sometime." now has no way to use his
Lawreneile, lL62439-2395 Perry, Florida 32347 we rely on each other to as I am sure it once did! Then, with a blink of the eye, electric razor. So, this
(800) 474-4467 Cell: (850) 371-0001 support and build community. Patck and his tsted dog got he motioned to his beloved old
(800)474-44m67Cell :8yah 07o0.m Getting together for the Shady out of the truck and shooed the dog who obediently jumped up Please see page 5






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Giving 'just a little,' can add up A-5 Perry News-Herald December6-17, 2011
SHADY GROVE earn. Patrick's spirit survivesin little...maybe other people will NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
C d fm pe 4 the face of difficulty that would feel the same way and the "just
Continued from page 4 have broken many a man! a little" will add up. CONCERNING FOLEY MASTER
December, there is a Santa Saturday afternoon--when He's one of those men who
Claus down the road who is you leave the parade, smiling, would give the shirt off his DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL IMPACT
also down on his luck after full of great chili and free hot back for someone in need. This The oard of County Commissioners f Taylor County, lorida, will hold a public hearing
spending 20 years of his life dogs--and just maybe carrying Christmas, it is Patrick himself o February 21, 2012, at 6:10 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heardin
creating an amazing and giving away a door prize or gift who is in need of help. My on February 21, 2012, at 6:10 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, in
fam on a plot of land he is certificate...stop for a moment Christmas wish is that someone the County Commission Meeting Room, Administrative Complex located at 201 East Green
proud to call his own. He is a as you crank up your vehicle will read this and be moved Street, Perry, Florida, to consider the issuance of a development order for the Foley Master
little "solar" at this time. and walk into the door of your with compassion. Development of Regional Impact.
Friends have offered the labor home to switch on the lights as Donation Info: Backyard The Foley Master Developmentof Regional Impact is intended to implement the Economic
for his old Toyota truck usual. There is a good-hearted Farm, 1276 Cherry Tree Road, Development Plan of the Taylor County Vision 2060 Plan, as well as the goals, objectives
repair...but any help you can man this Christmas who can't Monticello, FL 32344. Checks and policies of the Economic Development Element of the Taylor County Comprehensive
extend, would be so do either one. He would can be made out to Backyard Plan. The project, upon completion, will consist of ten geographically discrete Planning
appreciated! NEVER ask for a handout -- he Farm, with a memo on the Areas located throughout the County. In total, the ten Planning Areas comprise 30,726
This has been a difficult and just wants to work for his check that it is a donation for acres. Total development for the 10 Planning Areas consists of 25,673 residential dwelling
heartbreaking growing season livelihood and put his farm Patrick. (This is the farm of units, 2,927,300 square feet of retail commercial and service (including 840,000 square feet
for a farmer who is determined back together. "Farmer Pam," who recently of medical use), 1,005,700 square feet of office, 650,000 square feet of industry, 900 hotel
to keep his land--even without If yoan find t o helpst a Patick). Thank you for rooms, and 473,500 square feet of post-secondary educational facilities. The 10 Planning
water, power, and a way to heartAreas also nclude 8,846 acres of open space, 7,075 acres of wetlands, and 2,570 acres
of land used for stormwater management. In addition to the 10 Planning Areas, the project
et Real auto insurance I ncludes 82,797 acres of Agriculture-Transfer Area from which dwelling unit development
a at i rights will be transferred to individual Planning Areas. Additionally, a new coastal road will
that comes with a real Agent be constructed which will link Planning Areas 1 through 7 to State Road 51 and County
Roads 361 and 361A. Construction of the project is scheduled for completion in the year
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S I The final live nativity scene of the season will be staged
A-6 Perry News-Herald Monday, Dec. 19, at New Home Baptist Church from 6-8 p.m.
The shepherds and wise men will also appear as part of Shady
December 6-17, 2011 Grove's Country Christmas this Saturday beginning at 10 a.m.
If you're hungry for oxtail dinners, Solid Rock Apostolic
Ministries will deliver today. Just call 838-3908. Dinners are $9.
S The puppet ministry of Lakeside Baptist Church will present
d s: Cityw ide Mon ha Christmas program Sunday; Dec. 18, at 7p.m. All are welcome!
hi C ityw idesion The chancel choir of First Presbyterian Church will present
their cantata, "With A Name Like His," Sunday at 11 a.m. A
By SARAH HALL will be Sunday, Dec. 18, at 3 p.m. Special guests include the Rev. nursery will be provided.
Season's Greetings from Tidbits! May treasured memories and Roosevelt Knight and the New Bethel congregation. The children's choir of New Home Baptist will present the
loving moments be a special part of yur holidays. Remember: The Citywide Mission celebrated its 63rd anniversary on musical, "How Far Is It To Bethlehem?" this Sunday at 7 p.m.
Jesus is still the reason for the season. Monday, Nov. 28, at St. Peter Primitive Baptist Church. The
honoree for the occasion was Laura Scott Reaves, a pillar of ourifi t ill
Prayer list: society. She is a retired educator, having taught school in Dixie,
Please remember Peggy Williams' daughter, Shasta Williams in Taylor and Lafayette counties. She has dedicated her life to
Jacksonville; the Spees family (prayer and bereavement); the teaching and preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ wherever she
McNutt family; Gabriel Finn; Geneva Lucas (the Rev. D.L. goes. She is one of the oldest participating members of the
McBride's mother in Tampa); Eloise P6uncey and Milo. Citywide Mission, representing the Church of God of Prophecy.sepastor
Congratulations to Zondra Clayton (my niece!) on her She is indeed a dedicated disciple, bold and adamant about what is
graduations from FAMU. You go, girl! right and what is not. She is an active advocate for young people.
Springhill Missionary Baptist Church invites you to worship She is a lady to be admired and treasured. This tribute was well
with them as they celebrate their pastor's 24th year. The service deserved because we love and respect Laura Scott Reaves.
bit' ... Please join us Sunday, Dec. 18, at 7 p.m.
____ ____ ....Obituan res__..... ....... f ............. for a Christmas performance
Isabell Grace IvMelvin Atkins Jones of Houston, Texas, Mildred (Lewis) Watson of by our youth puppet ministry
Burnall vin Atkins of Perr died Emmitt AtkinsLive Oak J.D. Tampa, Linda (the Rev. Jerry) "The Popcorn Gang"
rBurna ll IVMlvind Acins 1 P011ey died Franklin Jr. of Perry, Anthony Pope Sr. of Plant City, Barbara
Isabell Grace Burnall, 4 Monday, Dec St. Mo. Washington of Tallahassee, Davis of Port Richey, Deborah Fun for all ages!
months, died Dec. 12, 2011, in lnative of S. Louis, Mo. Israel F. Atkins of Perry; five Willis of Tampa, Sandra Owens
Gainesville. Mr. tkins had been a resident daughters, Kandi Atkins of of Tampa; 27 grandchildren; Lakeside Bat
She is survived by: -her of Perry for 20 years. He was Ruskin, Myra Fillmore of and five great-grandchildren. Lake de Bapt t Ch
parents, Anthoney Bumall and form y employed by Gilman Tallahassee, Sonya (Henry) Services will be held at Antioch "A Place to Call Home"
Kendra Thomley; paternal Lumber Company and was a Bolden of erry, Coa Missionary Baptist Church in
grandparents, Tom aid Shelia mern r of Potter's House
grandparents, Tom arid Shelia me r o ers ouse Washington of Tallahassee, Perry at 11 a.m., Saturday, Dec. SUNDAY SERVICES WEDNESDAY SERVICES
Bumall of Three Rivers, Mich.; Minry. Sandra Carter of Atlanta Ga.; 17.' Interment will follow at 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. 6:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting
maternal grandparents, Dales preceded in death by five brothers, Davell Coleman, Springhill Cemetery. 11 rning orshp Mission Activities
and Tonya Sanchez of Da s ae s W pe s .m. DlscInleshlp Training
and Tonya Sanchez f Perryis. He is Tampa, Otis (Kelly) Rice of St. Family members will receive 7 p.m. E i Wrship TDarrel Jones, Pastor
maternal great grandparents, s w J Louis Missouri, Artis Rice of friend at Potter's House Hwy 27 584-5688
AtkiLouis Missouri, Artis Rice of
Merice Thomley of Perry; A i o f Prr hs oter Largo, James (Queenie) Willis Ministry today, Dec. 16, 5-7
maternal great grandparent, Richey of Clermont, Anthony (Sandra) p.m.. Trinity Funeral Home is
Roborto Sanchez and Alice five ons, Arthur Lynn (Kathy) Willis of Tampa; five sisters, in charge of arrangements. Perry Church Of God
Sanchez; one brother, Jaden106 South ent
Burnall of Perry; and two 1106 South
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Funeral Services will be held
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Fishing Report found
rThe body of a missing Lake
City man, who was reported
Toverdue from a fishing trip
Saturday night, has been
recovered from Palestine
Lake, according to Florida
o warm ertes Fish and Wildlife Conservation
SCommission (FWC) officials.
BY PAT MCGRIFF from 2.5-3.5 feet of water. Norris S. Demeritte (DOB
onemorecast@gtcom.net Here are a couple of 08/31/58) was reported overdue,
Trout have responded well reports from Keaton a.Beach along with his mother, Emma
to the warmer weather this Marina: G. Kelly (DOB 12/23/36), after
week and are taking a little bit Arty Delcheieko of Perry had they had been fishing on Lake
of everything ... plugs, both a limit of trout and a redfish, last Palestine near Lake Butler.
topwater and suspending baits, Friday and Saturday. Arty was Kelly's body was located at
Gulp and live bait under Cajuns. throwing "topwater" in 1-2 feet 7:30 anm. Sunday on the south
Expect the weekend to hold of water. end of the lake. Demeritte's
some grand fishing if the current Also last Friday, Bob Pease, body was found Wednesday
trends hold up. Oh, and a breeze Harry Montivedeo, Rick Free Top Dawgs morning and taken to a medical
would be nice. and Ben Free of Athens, Ga.,' Four Taylor Countyr High football players, representing each class, were awarded examiner's office.
Friday, I took Ken and Dale had 20 trout to 24 inches and the Top Dawg Award Monday during the Bulldogs' annual football banquet. The award Union County Sheriff Jerry
Cooper of Valdosta, Ga., out and four reds to 27 inches fishing is given to athletes who are "great representatives" of the TCHS football program, Whitehead said, "This is a very
we brought back 15 trout and two with Yozuri suspending baits and both on and off the field Shown above are (left to right) senior James Strawter, tragic incident, and we will
flounder caught on live shrimp New Penny Gulp in 2-3 feet of junior Andrew McBride, Head Coach Steve Price, sophomore Luke Kallschmidt and keep the family and friends in
and live pinfish under Cajuns water. freshman Devin Kidd. our prayers."
According to FWC officers,
a the two arrived at the lake
around 8 am. Saturday. After
they didn't return from a day of
Two men sen tenced to al time for fishing violations o'.-':d'rra
fishing; the FWC was notified.
Two men who were charged misdemeanor counts stemming Cowart Jr., 28, of Bunnell was In the boat's livewell she The illegally caught fish were Officers went to the lake and
with a variety of freshwater from illegally harvesting sentenced to 30 days in jail found mullet and tilapia, taken donated to a local charitable found their 14-foot open fishing
fishing violations have been largemouth bass and blue crabs and approximately $2,000 in by bow and arrow, which is a organization. boat floating on Lake Palestine,
adjudicated guilty in Marion from Salt Springs Run last May. fines. Paul Aaron Griste, 33, of legal method for those species. If you know of illegal fishing, with no one on board, at
County Court for numerous Robert "Rhett" Deen Palatka was ordered to serve 52 However, she found a blue crab hunting, wildlife or boating approximately 1 am. Sunday.
days in jail, pay nearly $5,000 in the livewell that had been activity, please report it to the A search began for Demeritte
in fines and forfeit a boat, motor illegally taken by spear gun. FWC's Wildlife Alert Hotline. and Kelly, involving the FWC,
and trailer,, which were used in Griste and Cowart denied The number is 888-404-3922 Columbia County and Union
Sthe crime, having any other fish on board. and is open 24-7. County sheriffs' offices,
Florida Fish and Wildlife But, as Klein continued to Callers may remain members of the Department of
F 16 High 5:01 AM 3.0 Tu 20 Low 4:13 AM -0.4 Conservation Commission inspect the vessel, she found anonymous and could be Corrections and the U.S. Forest
16 Low 11:37AM 0.1 20 High 10:55 2.6 (FWC) officers arrested Griste 42 largemouth bass, 14 bream eligible for a reward if their Service. Weather conditions
S and Cowart last spring for a and two blue crabs hidden information leads to a arrest. hampered the search Monday.
16 High 6:13 PM 3.1 20 Low 3:47 PM 1.4 variety of violations relating to in a bag under a wetsuit. All
Sa 17 Low 12:26 AM 0.7 20 High 9:53 PM 3.3 illegally taking and possessing showed signs of having been
17 High 6:14 AM 2.7 W 21 Low 5:17 AM -0.8 largemouth bass, blue crabs and speared. CU
17 Low 12:28 PM 0.5 21 High 12:02 PM 2.8 bream in Salt Springs Run in Klein arrested Griste and C HiUiCIi
17 High 7:00 PM 3.1 21 Low 4:53 PM 1.5 Marion County. booked him into the Marion
Yu ca now On May 9, as FWC Officer County Jail. Cowart fled the AUTIO SALES
Su 18 Low 1:42AM 0.4 21 High 10:51 PM 3.4 Dana Klein was checking scene but was arrested by FWC .O .
18 High 7:47 AM 2.5 Th 22 Low 6:14 AM -1.1 Griste's 16-foot aluminum officers the next day in Flagler 703 S Jefferson St. 223-209
18 Low 1:27 PM 0.9 22 High 12:57 PM 3.0 boat for the required safety County on violation of parole.
18 High 7:53 PM 3.1 22 Low 5:51 PM 1.5 equipment on Salt Springs Run, He was booked into Flagler R gEltr m c a ce
~M x ow3:01-AM -0~0 2 h'0.e she saw a spear gun on his i bqa. Conty Jail. FW 9 ers later.
It is illegal to fish in fresh water ser0ved him with the fishing t I
19 High 9:29 AM 2.5 F 23 Low 7:05 AM -1.3 with a spear gun in Florida. violations. ul Pavi t Pass
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A-8 Perry News-Herald December 16-17, 2011

Officers'armed' with a can of chemical agent and a body alarm

BEHIND THE FENCE way. attached to the wall and a Mills also related that of the years." Annex compounds.
Continued from page 1 They wear uniforms in stainless steel toilet (with no inmlates currently incarcerated Concluding the tour, visiting Officers pointed out one final
varying shades of blue, seat) with an attaching sink. The at TCI, 460 are serving life officials were given a ride line of security-manned post
However, facts and figures depending on the wear and tear. only "mirror" is a small square sentences and 1,065 "will be around the two-mile perimeter vehicles at every corner of the
color only one facet of the A massive laundry of industrial of polished steel that shows a going home in the next three surrounding the Main Unit and property.
day-in and day-out reality of size machines churns out freshly faint, distorted reflection. Each
corrections. cleaned uniforms, towels and inmate has an assigned locker
It is a profession classified sheets for all three compounds that is slightly larger than a
as high-risk and a true on a daily basis, toolbox.
understanding of that risk lies In the chapel, a Bible study "They are issued one towel
beyond the gates, as the visitors is being conducted across the and one washcloth. Each inmate
saw firsthand. hall from a small gathering of is given one roll of toilet paper
The red brick administrative Buddhists. for a 10-day period and they are
building could front any number Inmates of varying skill levels allowed to buy additional rolls
of businesses, but the razor-wire come together in classrooms in from the canteen," Lt. Corbett
topped fences and stark grounds the education buildifg. said.
leave little doubt as to the "The teachers are inmates Privacy presents too high
institution's purpose. The world themselves. We have some of a security risk in prison, as
beyond is one stripped of nearly inmates who can barely read evidenced by the open bathrooms
every common amenity and one or write; some speak only a and showers.
where those who maintain order little English. And under the There is no air conditioning,
do so through a strict regimen of No Child Left Behind Act, any except in the infirmary.
discipline. inmate under the age of 20 must The recreation yard is a
"We don't know what the take classes in order to obtain large expanse of sand, backed
inmates are in here for and their GED. We don't have too by a security tower and TCI Warden Scott Crews, far left, welcomed representatives from a cross-section
we don't need to. Our training many of those, but we did have blue uniforms far outnumber of the community to the first in-depth tour of the institution ever held. Participants
teaches us to treat each and an 18-year-old who was serving brown. included Public Defender Dennis Roberts, City Fire Chief Robert Moon and School
every one of them as if they are a life sentence," Oby Vann, It was a sobering sight to Board Chair Brenda Carlton.
all of the highest level security education director, said. many in the group who said they
threat," Lt. Mikel Corbett. Inmates are allowed to use did not realize the odds officers
The need for security was computers, but "do not have any face each day.
impressed upon the visitors kind of access to the internet," "Strategic threat groups
even before they were allowed he noted. (gangs) are a major concern.
to enter the compound. Each Last year, 102 inmates One of the largest we deal with
individual was issued a body received their GEDs. here is the Latin Kings, but we
alarm and had to pass a metal Vann related that more than also have Cripes, Bloods, MS-13
detector security check. a dozen inmates are currently and white-supremacists to name
From there, it was a journey taking correspondence courses just a few," Warden Crews said.
of gates and doors closing first in wastewater management. As the tour drew to a close,
from behind before anyone "It's a growing industry and one of the final stops was the
could move forward. Inside workers are in demand" he said. masonry training building.
was an atmosphere of echoing During a stop in the dining "The department's focus has
hallways,, concrete walls and hall, the group was able to shifted to re-entry efforts for
pressing smells that permeate observe a typical inmate lunch these inmates. We have four.
the entire compound. plate, which on average costs vocational programs here a
On any given day, officers are 58 cents per meal, Food Service Taylor-plumbing, personr
outnumbered in the hundreds to Director J.R. Polley said. computer support, carpentry and
one. Meals, like everything else on masonry," Crews said.
Certified officers are issued the compound, adhere to a strict Inmates taking part in
a can of chemical agent and a timetable., the programs can earn state
body alarm. Each measure and routine is certifications, Larry Simmons,
"That's it" Assistant Warden designed with one over-riding who operates the masonry
James Blackwood said. goal: the security of the officers program, said.
The sheer ,scope of the and to protect the public safety. "Re-entry starts almost at thd
complex came into sharp focus As the tour ventured deeper same time an inmates comes in
as th group began their tour on into the compound,'a second set through the gates. We access
foot, visiting training buildings, of gates closed with a loud crash them and try to get them into a
the chapel and chow hall. as guests entered the housing program that will help them,"
From there it was a nearly area. Classification Director Tim
quarter-of-a-mile walk to The first stop was a Mills said.
the recreation yard which is confinement unit--a jail within It was noted that under a
found in the far reaches of the the jail--housing inmates who new program, employers could
compound, past two-storied have committed a variety of receive tax credits for hiring
coiicrete dorms and single-stoiy ififitiiiigo recently released felons.
open bay housing. In the adjoining unit, inmates "There is also bond insurance
Sidewalks stretch from share a common living space available to the employers to
building-to-building. Inmates surrounded by two-man cells. cover anything the employee
walk single-file behind lines Smaller than most closets, might do,"' one classification
carefully drawn to mark their the cells have only two bunks official said.













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By DELORES WALKER


I love to hear the story
Heard a comment from a gentleman who After weeks of practicing, the night finally
couldn't understand why he heard the same two arrived. The church was packed and the children
sermons every time he attended services at his were bursting at the seams with excitement. The
church. Seems he only attended twice a year, at lights were lowered so the audience was in partial
Easter and Christmas. Those are certainly two darkness and with the sound of angelic voices the
of the most important days in a Christian's life play began. Children lined up in their Sunday best
and well worth attending church then if you are to recite the poems and odes to Christmas before
unable to attend any other time, the play and nativity finale was performed. I can
As we come closer to Dec. 25 most of us have still smell the scent of hay in the stable, combined
already seen the Christmas story of Jesus' birth with the rich pine scent of the real Christmas tree
portrayed several times. It's a story I never tire as I played the staring part of Mary, the mother of
of. The entire event is filled with miracles galore Jesus. Even though Mary didn't have a speaking
from the announcement by the angel of his coming part I was allowed to sing lullabies softly to baby
birth to the actual delivery in the lowly stable. Jesus as I cradled him securely in my arms. I can
Growing up in the forties and fifties we didn't still see the look of love in the eyes of the adults in
Pinning ceremony tonight for LPN graduates have the advantage of modein props and lighting the congregation who took the journey with me to
A pinning ceremony for graduates of the first North Florida Community to spotlight our yearly play at South Center Bethlehem as they imagined that wondrous night
College/Taylor Technical Institute LPN Program will be held tonight (Friday) at 7 p.m., Church of God. Nevertheless, we had heart...and a so long ago.
at First Assembly of God on Julia Street. The graduates expressed their thanks to the love for the story we participated in with growing I also recall on more than one occasion we had
community for its support throughout the course of their program. Shown above are: anticipation each Christmas season. We also had a partial collapse of the stable and a few licks
(from top) Instructor Kathy Fields (RN), Katrina Pittman, Kenya Holmes, Beth Smith a host of adults who were dedicated and had passed between the shepherds and the angels if
(treasurer), Gregory Simmons, Tanya Whetsel (parliamentarian), Felicia Johnson, genuine love for small children and rambunctious they were standing too close together. But, all
Brittany Sadler, Ronda Smith (president), Danielle Bodiford, Janis Brannen (assistant teenagers. The selection of a play was serious in all, the night was magical as we gave homage
treasurer), Ashley Joyner (secretary), Shayla Wilson and Brittney L. Freeman (vice business that was based on the number of children to the birth of Baby Jesus. There was always the
president). available. It was just the way it was at our church, promise of a gift from the person who had drawn
no one was excluded, everyone was made to feel our name in Sunday School class and a bag filled
Program awarded national certificatin important. with an apple, an orange and a handful of hard
ra a arati a c tnce the play was selected and the date secured, Chstmas candy awaiting us at the conclusion
the work on homemade props began. Boards were of the play. I suppose most of our eyes wandered
The Third Judicial Circuit advocate working on their involved in court proceedings. brought to church to form the stable and manger toward the pile of gifts resting under the tree as
Guardian ad Litem Program, behalf. This certification says Currently,: the Third that was filled with hay. Animals were designed we recited our part causing us to speak the words
which serves Taylor and that the Third Judicial Circuit Judicial Circuit Guardian ad from cardboard boxes and costumes were brought as quickly as possible so we could discover what
surrounding counites, has just Guardian ad Litem Program Litem Program advocates or out for inspection. Most of the time adjustments was wrapped for us. The church elders always had
been awarded certification by has demonstrated to s a strong 462 children in Columbia, were needed as the children grew so rapidly and extra gifts for visitors and for those who forgot
the National Court Appointed capacity to provide excellent Suwannee, Taylor, Hamilton, without fail the tinsel had to be replaced on the the person's name they had drawn. No one was
Special Advocate (CASA) services to the abused and Madison, Dixie and angel wings and halos. It was a church affair as left out.
Association. neglected children within their Lafayette counties because everyone pitched in to make sure everything was Even though I am no longer a part of that small
This certification recognizes community" of abuse, neglect and/or perfect in time for the play. nativity setting my heart continues to rejoice at
that the Guardian ad Litem The Guardian ad Litem abandonment. I don't recall everyone who directed the plays, the sight of the scene being played out year after
Program is in compliance with program is a network of If you are interested in but one nameremains in my memory and that is year. It is a story that never grows old. It is a story
national CASA's high standards professional staff and becoming a voice for an abused, Sis. Willie Mae Denmark. of hope and renewal for us all as our children and
for quality child advocacy, community advocates abandoned, and/or neglected When I think of Christmas plays, I think of grandchildren embrace the wonder of His birth as
officials said. partnering to provide a voice child or would like to know how her. In their adult and kind wisdom, our directors they put on the glistening angel wings and stand
According to MichaelPiraino, in court and positive systemic you can support the Guardian shifted us from year to year so we had the in honor to the little baby Jesus that now reigns as
CEO of the National CASA change on behalf of Florida's ad Litem Program in this opportunity to be the one to introduce the play or King of King and Lord of Lords.
Association, "The National abused, neglected and community, please contact Niki have a speaking part or be a part of the nativity That's really what Christmas is all about, right?
CASA quality assurance abandoned children. Crawson, volunteer recruiter, scene. It didn't matter what part I played I just Jesus loves us all, no one is excluded. We all
process is very rigorous, and The program advocates for the for the Third Judicial Circuit, at wanted to be in the play. I loved it all, belong.
reflects our commitment to best interests of children who (386) 364-7720, Ext. 103 or by If I had a speaking part I practiced daily, It is my wish that you and yours have a
ensure every child we serve has have been abused, neglected, email at nicoue.c fwson@gal. standing in nt of the mirror to get the full effect wonderful Christmas and you will be filled with







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It may not be Dec. 31 yet, but


'New Year's Eve' is here anyway

New Year's Eve is a time for beginnings and Heigl ("The Killers"). Her assistants include
endings, and more often that not, a bit of both. Sofia Vergara ("Modern Family"), a big Jensen
Each year we make resolutions. Most of the fan.
time, we break them. Josh Duhamel ("Transformers") is supposed
We often reflect on our successes as well as to make a speech at this very same party, but
our failures, and look to improve on them in the he finds himself stranded outside the city. More ,, ,
coming year. importantly, he has to decide whether or not to try e nce i etn
And of course, there's the drinking and partying, to meet with the girl he kissed during the previous The internationally-acclaimed worldwide phenomenon Riverdance will return to
"New Year's Eve," the film, manages to New Year'sEve. Tallahassee as part of its farewell tour on Sunday, Feb. 19. Tickets for the show,
encompass all of these aspects of the holiday Meanwhile, pregnant couple Jessica Biel which range from $32.74 to $67.25, go on sale today (Friday) at 10 a.m.
thanks to about a dozen divergent story lines and ("The Illusionist") and Seth Meyers ("Saturday fo rlah asseein a
seemingly half of the acting corps of Hollywood. Night Live") discover their hospital is giving t a a ass e in a
The combined package, away $25,000 to the first has
from director Garry baby born in the new
Marshall, will never be year. Competing with
called fine art, butmanages them for the money are Riverdance show on sale today
to put a sweet, entertaining Til Schweiger and Sarah
spin on the day and offers Paulson ("What Women
a nice diversion for those Want"). Moya Doherty, the producer pride for me as producer that miles (or to the moon and
looking for a pause from And just to prove it's of Riverdance, recently America took Riverdance to its back); played to a worldwide
the usual holiday hustle not all unrequited love announced that the United heart to such an amazing extent television audience of two
and bustle. and malfunctioning States touring production of and I would like to pay tribute billion; sold more than three
Marshall provided electronics, Robert DeNiro the internationally-acclaimed to every dancer, musician, million copies of the Grammy
a similar treatment for is in the same hospital with worldwide phenomenon will singer and all the crew and staff Award-winning CD and more
Valentine's Day last year, terminal cancer, hoping to close in June 2012. Riverdance who served Riverdance so well than 10 million videos.
which begs the question. live long enough to see the will play the Tallahassee-Leon over the years." Riverdance had its world
Which holiday is next? St. ball drop one more time. County Civic Center for one The show that started it premiere at the Point Theatre,
Patrick's Day? President's Helping him is nurse Halle performance only, Sunday, Feb. all, Riverdance, has been Dublin, in February 1995,
Day? Cinco de Mayo? Berry ("Monster's Ball"). 19, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. performing in the United States where it opened to critical
Anyway, there's plenty (Phew...) Tickets for Riverdance go on since March 1996, when it acclaim.
of holiday activities in Seriously, Marshall is a sale today (Friday) at 10 a.m., had its U.S. premiere at Radio What began as a seven-
"New Year's Eve" to keep one man stimulus program range from $67.25 to $32.75 and City Music Hall in New York. minute dance segment on the
us busy for the moment. for Hollywood actors. In are available at the Civic Center Since then, the show has tapped 1994 Eurovision Song Contest
(Deep breath...) addition to those named Box Office, all Ticketmaster its way onto the world stage (televised to more than 300
Hillary Swank ("Million above, there were plenty of Outlets, at Ticketmaster.com or thrilling millions of people million people throughout
Dollar Baby") is vice cameos, including Alyssa by calling 800-322-3602. around the globe. Europe) and then quickly turned
president of the Times Milano, Cary Elwes and "When we opened While the touring production into a full-scale production has
Square Alliance and in Ryan Seacrest as himself. Riverdance in New York in in the U.S. will close on June become much more than an
t-. .iS gtoinp in a mi hen it March 1996, we never thought 17, 2012, productions of international;t success.
the City") is struggling to handle her teenager the characters. woua still be running 15 years tour the orad .een aa a pa finer,
daughter Abagail Breslin ("Zombieland"), who Screenwriter Katherine Fugate, who also wrote later," Doherty said. Composed by Bill Whelan, said Niall O'Dowd, founder
wants to go to Times Square and meet up with a Marshall's "Valentine's Day," juggles all of the "Three years ago we produced by Doherty and of Irish America Magazine
boy. various stories and keeps the action--so to speak-- embarked on our farewell tour, directed by John McColgan, and the Irish Voice newspaper.
Sarah's brother Zac Efron ("High School moving forward at a fast enough clip so we don't saying good-bye to every city to date, Riverdance has Along with the peace process
Musical"), a bike messenger, encounters the begin forgetting people. in North America we have played more than 10,000 in Northern Ireland and the
depressed Michelle Pfeiffer ("Stardust") and her That being said, the film exists in a slightly ever played in over the years, performances, and been seen economic miracle in Ireland
list of unfulfilled resolutions. They make a deal different world than our own, one where everyone and next June 17 in our 16th live by more than 22 million proper, the show "has been
that if Zac can help her finish her list, she'll give can get to where they need to be without worrying year this current production of people in more than 350 venues a hugely important part of a
him tickets to an exclusive holiday party. about traffic and an angry crowd calms down Riverdance will end and we throughout 40 countries across transformation of the image
Zac's roommate Ashton Kutcher ("Two and a after listening to an impassioned speech about the will say our final good-bye. It four continents. They have of Ireland in the last 20
Half Men") hates the holiday and enjoys being meaning of the holiday. has been a source of immense traveled more than 600,000 years."
the Scrooge of New Year's. At least until he gets Come to think of it, with protests and economic
stuck in an elevator with his cheery neighbor Lea upheaval and elections and holiday shopping to
Michele ("Glee"), who is set to be a backup singer worry about these days, a simple diversion may
to Jensen (Jon Bon Jovi). not be such a bad idea.
Jensen is scheduled to perform at a New Year's "New Year's Eve" is rated PG-13 for language
Eve party catered by ex-girlfriend Katherine including some sexual references.




Nov. 25-DEc. 23 by Vera Carp, but the mysterious and soul Admission to the music
"Christmas Phantom, known for hall is $5. For more information,
The Hippodrome in Gainesville vandalizing the yard displays, visit musicliveshere.com or call
presents "This Wonderful Life." threatens to throw the contest into 386-364-1683.
Visit Bedford Falls for a humorous turmoil. (The plays contains adult
and captivating staging of Frank language.) Remaining showtimes
Capra's Hollywood classic, include Dec. 16-17 at 8 p.m. and DEC. 31
This tour de force production Dec. 18 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $21
features one actor (Christopher for adults, $17 for students and Johnnie Marshall and his band
Swan) playing 32 characters, seniors. For tickets, call 850-224- will ring in the new year at the
from George Bailey to Zuzu. 8474 or visit tallahasseetheatre. Bradfordville Blues Club in
"This Wonderful Life" delivers org. Tallahassee.Tickets for the bash
a witty and moving story which DEC. 9-18 are $35 in advance and $40 on Honky Tonk Hitm en
will capture audiences' hearts the day of the show. Marshall was
and captivate their spirits. The Monticello Acting & Dancing seen recently at the Southern John Bell presents a one-man performance tonight (Friday) at the Spirit of the
Ticket prices vary depending on Co. presents its Christmas Pines Blues & BBQ Festival. To Suwannee Music Park of the 1 8 characters in Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol."
showtime and can be purchased Spectacular Musical Review at purchase tickets to the show, visit Music will follow provided by Beebs and Her Money Makers, an Orlando band playing
by calling 352-375-4477 or online the Monticello Opera House. bradfordvillebluesclub.com. rock, blues, funk and soul. On Saturday, the Honky Tonk Hitmen (shown above)
at thehipp.org. Ring in the holiday with traditional will perform. Admission to the park's music hall is $5. For more information, visit
Nov. 26-DEc. 17 and new music of the season, musicliveshere.com or call 386-364-1 683.
This family show features festive DEC. 17-18 *
A Gainesville tradition for the costumes, sprightly dancers, M
entire family returns with The fantastic singers and a possible The Tallahassee Ballet once
Hippodrome's production of "A visit from St. Nick. A pre-show again presents its holiday
Christmas Carol." Join Scrooge, dinner or lunch will be available production of "The Nutcracker"
Marley, the Cratchits and a host with advance reservation, in Ruby Diamond Auditorium on
of Christmas ghosts for this Admission is $35 for dinner or the FSU campus. Everyone will
holiday favorite. Dazzling special lunch and the show ($25 for be in attendance, from Dew Drop Jak & Jills De sP as. n, Poe
effects, an original adaptation students). Show-only tickets are Fairy and the Rat King to the Fri. & Sat 7:30pm Denturepairs Partacins Dental Implantslins
and a timeless message of $15 for adults, $10 for students handsome prince and dancing Sunday 4:00 p.m. Same Day Service On Dentures
goodwill have made "A Christmas (12 years to college) and $5 snowflakes. Showtlmes are Same Day Service On Dentures,
Carol" one of the most popular for children up to 11 years. Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday The Muppets Acrylic Partials, Repairs & Extractions
Hippodrome productions of Remaining showtimes are Dec. at 2 p.m. There will also be an Fr & Sat 7:30 pm Io, By Appointment No Checks
all time. Ticket prices vary 16-17 at 8 p.m. (dinner at 7 p.m.) abbreviated children's showing Sunday 00pm
depending on showtime and can and Dec. 18 at 2 p.m. (lunch at 1 at 10:30 a.m. Saturday,' crafted AMn & The C n William T. McFater Il DDS FAGD
be purchased by calling 352-375- p.m.). to accommodate the attention Frl. & Sat 7:30 p.m. 23 Yea perience
4477 or online at thehipp.org. DEc. 16 span of younger audlenes, OnS. itDenture .ab
DEC. 1 18 while preserving the quality and coIt AfTACnoNs.. Sevlng the North Flonda & South i i
DEc. 15-18 John Bell presents a one-man integrity of the production. Tickets MIaron: Impoa ates Ghoe ( Cmbcoa Arhcea for yearse
At We Bought a Zoo www.erachondenaure.coy
The Tallahassee Little Theatre performance at the Spirit of the range from $20 to $45 depending Sherlock Holmos
presents "A Tuna Christmas" Suwannee Music Park of the 18 on showtime and seating location. re"=s~l*si amt .non Office Hours: Mon-Thur 7:30-4:30
the second of three plays set in characters in Charles Dickens'"A To purchase tickets, visit www. AD .,MISulSuIG S 7 -
the fictional town of Tuna, Texas. Christmas Carol." Music afterward tallahasseeballet.org. 118 E Park St. rteslrSeeLot)223-6684
The play centers on the town's will be provided by Beebs and A y e t .l
annual Christmas Yard Display Her Money Makers, an Orlando Add your event today.
Contest, won 14 times in a row band playing rock, blues, funk Call us at 584-5513. ( Hy Mi 310 &Gm State on I)
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Remember when...


Ghosts of Christmases past


By ANTHONY L. WHITE
I've been searching for the perfect You see, all I want for Christmas is
Christmas gift for myself, but so far an exorcist to rid me of the ghosts of
I haven't found it. I know what I'm Christmases past. I don't recall when
looking for, and I've looked just about this haunting started, but I'm through.
everywhere for it. Still, this gift--the only expecting this Christmas to be like any of
thing I want for Christmas--has managed the past ones.
to evade me. I still remember where every ornament
I spent Cyber Monday scouring the was on the Christmas tree in 1993, 2007,
Internet for this most elusive gift to no 2008 (the last Christmases spent with my
avail. Amazon.com didn't have it in stock. grandmother, brother and mother), and
No one was hocking it on E-Bay. And, a I've tried in vain to recreate those trees of
Google search sent me to a retirement yesteryears.
home populated by Dionne Warwick's I'm done wishing I could relive
psychic friends. Their predictions were Christmas morning 1988 when I received
all the same. one of my most cherished Christmas
"You'll never find it," they said. "At presents ever--a simple card signed, "I
least not in time for Christmas." love you. Always." Every Christmas
And, as time has taught me over and Eve since then, I've put the card back
over again, 10,000 psychics can't be in its red envelope, resealed it and let it
wrong. be the first thing I opened on Christmas
Still, I wasn't quite ready to give up. morning.
I turned my attention to the stores and I've grown tired of preparing the same
shops along Jefferson Street. The Fair meal year after year. This year, why can't
Store, Ragans Ace Hardware, Badcock tacos be the centerpiece of my Christmas
and Andrew's Drugs didn't carry it. dinner?
Howell's Office Supply didn't stock And, as much as I love my family and
it either, but the ladies there said they friends (I wouldn't trade them for the
would order it if they came across one in world), I'm ready to spend Christmas
their supply catalogues. And, my friend with another family and set of friends
Inda Roberts at Professional Realty asked who just'happen to resemble and act
if purchasing a house or rental property like the ones I have now. This particular
could substitute for this gift, to which I item has been on my wish list for several
answered no. years. I've even spoken to Santa about
The reality that I may not get my it. However, Santa thinks that I already
perfect Christmas gift began to set in after have the best family and friends to spend
..... ...... I canvassed the world's largest retailer, the holiday with. And, everyone knows
S" C Walmart, for three hours and came up that you can't argue with Santa.
Swith zilch. This didn't sit well with one So, with only nine days left until
O 8 1- I S of the local store's kindly managers, who Christmas, it seems that this Christmas
told me to give her a few days and she is shaping up to be just like last year's.
would search the world over for it. I'll wake up Christmas morning, stare
M en of action "If it's out there for sale and a customer nostalgically at the ornament heavy tree,
wants it," she said, "Walmart will open my red envelope, prepare the same
These three men, captured in the prime of their lives, would go on to leave indelible get it" she said, "Walmart wil meal, and then dine with my family,
marks on Taylor County's history. They are, left to right, Paul Poppell, Andrew Jackson I smiled and thanked her as I walked friends and the ghosts of Christmases
Bud" King and Jimmy Poppell. Want to learn about them? Check out their profiles in away but I knew not to hold my breathe past.ie
the Taylor County Historical Society's "They Here Where" series, Vol. 1-19.





to attract shoppers. Ten prizes 13 cassette tape players and 13
were slated for give-away: a packages of tapes to the "Pairs
CB radio, slow cooker, two & Spares" Sunday School Class
coffee makers, two electronic of First United Methodist, for
calculators, latex house paint, use in their shut-in ministry.
a 16-foot Stanley tape measure
and a paint roller set. In addition HOMECOMING AWARDS
to these give-aways, 2 x 4 studs PRESENTED AT TCHS
were 58 cents each, hammers
ERRY NEWS-HERALD support from the Taylor County were $7.93 and a Black and Wrapping up Homecoming
December 16, 1976 Development Authority, he Decker drill was $19.99. 1976, awards were presented to
was moving forward with The Emporium declared that the following students, pictured
NAMES IN THE an expansion and the hiring Hush Puppies make great gifts, in this week's edition: Clay


"Dick" Stone visited erry and hoped to double that number. Main St. suggested that floral Mason who accepted a trophy s
Buckeye for a firsthand look at arrangements make good gifts, for first place in the parade
the forestry and pulp industries, VO-TECH BREAKS and the Downtown Merchants entries; and Rob Swearingen,
before voting on legislation announced that they would be senior class president, accepting
which would affect both. GROUND AGAIN open until 9 p.m. on Thursday the trophy for the second place
Taylor County Judge Declan Groundbreaking ceremonies and Friday nights until float entry.
O'Grady testified before a were slated for new additions Christmas. At Scottie Discount New They Where Here' arrives Thrsday
Grand Jury in Jacksonville, to the Taylor County Area Drugs, a Presto Hot Dogger was WHAT'S ON T.V.? New tglance you m ay not recognize this Thaylor
and although he was--under Vocational Technical and Adult priced at $6.99. A round-up of holiday County pioneer. But chances are you'vgnize "sat a spell"or
law--not permitted to discuss Education Center. The additions television specials was featured on his front porch or even walked around his backyard.
the questions he fielded, the were to include classrooms as HOW INTERNATIONALI in this week's edition with He is Wiley Washington Whiddon and the log cabin
newspaper reported that the well as a new student center and The foreign language channels and times for: Burt his family built in 1863 is the centerpiece of Forest
Grand Jury was impaneled to administrative office. department of Taylor County Bacharach's Opus II; Santa Capital State Museum's Cracker Homestead. Whiddon
hear testimony on an alleged High School was planning Claus Is Coming To Town; A is featured on the cover of the 19th installment of the
narcotics ring in North and BUSINESSES SEEK a Christmas program with Charlie Brown Christmas; The Taylor County Historical Society's "They Were Here"
Central Florida. CUSTOMERSI presentations by the Latin I First Christmas; The Boston series, which arrives from the printer next hursday,
Manager Irving Zacharia Quality Builders Supply, students (Christmas carols in Pops; How The Grinch Stole Dec. 22...just in time for Christmas, President Wanda
announced that, because of located on Highway 27 East, Latin), the Latin II students Christmas; and Christmas Cash said. Copies of the new book will be available at
was pulling out all the stops ("Saturnalia"), a solo by Around The World. the historical society museum that Thursday from 1-5
Spanish student Pam Carlton p.m. "They make great gifts for the history-lover on
D("Noche de Paz"), and ending SPORTS NEWS your list. We also have copies of 'The Writings of W.T.
i le l-Iy December16-17,2011 with German classes singing "O Football players Kenny Cash' for sale at only $40 each."
New s-Herald Tannenbaum." Crews and Sammy Williams B_ _,_ _
were named to All Big Bend
Athletic Conference Team.
P.O. Box 888 123 S. Jefferson Street SHUT-IN MINISTRY High point men for the
Perry, Florida (850) 584-5513 RECEIVES GIFTS Bulldog Basketball team When you get into I know God will not
included Toby Brannen, Alton a tight place and give me anything I
DONALD D. LINCOLN SUSAN H. LINCOLN Carolyn Morris and Elaine Miller, Henry Bryant, Henry eerythinggoes against can't handle. Ijust
Publisher Managing Editor Benson were shown presenting Gent and Joey Cruce. everything goes against can't handle. I just
DBC OCOSyou, till it seems as wish that He didn't
DEBBIE CARLTON CAROLYN rU OSE and M ott M l though you could trust me so much.
Business Manager Advertising Director
not hang on a minute --Mother Teresa
ANGELA M. CASTELUCCI KARIN WILLIAMS longer, never give up
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back'...... g e dgiathen, for that is just the Some luck lies in not
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Staff Writer Classified Advertising tide will turn. thought you wanted
The Penry News-Herald (ISSN 07470967) is published each Friday by PerryNews- .Looking for back issues of the Taco -Harriet Beecher Stowe but getting what you
papers, inc., 123 S. Jefferson Slreet, Perry, Florida 32347. SuDscipUons are $3500 Times and Perry News-Herald? Let ourhave, which once you
0or y er or $49.00 out of county. Periodicals postage paid at Perry. Florinda23hi
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Auction Saturday, Dec. 17, at 6:30 p.m., Yard sale. Shady Grove, west of park, For Sale or Rent, 1999 Jacobson 3 TIDEWATER APARTMENTS Must See Part Time Cook. Seeking organized
1693 SW Moseley Hall Rd. (CR360) Highway 14. Friday, Dec. 16, and bedroom 2 bath doublewide 28X52. Set --Under New Management For Sale By Owner: 4 bedroom, 2 person familiar with kitchen equipment
Madison. Last auction of 2011. Just in Saturday Dec. 17, from 8 a.m.- until, up on 1 acre, possible owner financing. 2- 3 BR apartments available, baths, new appliances, real oak floors, operation who can follow menus in
new load of tools and bath towels. We 12/16 $62,500 or $650 per month. Call Mon.- Special Move-In Pkg. Rent 203 Cypress Road. Asking 78,500 preparing large quantity meals and
continue our Christmas sales with the ._,_ Fri. 850-584-7094. based on income. Water/Gas OBO. Call 843-1301. enjoys food service work. Will be
liquidating of many great items such as IS LN s PHC, tfn furnished. On-site Laundry. 12/14 01/06 preparing meals for sixty. Skilled
household goods, yard goods, toys, 10 1 Close to City/Water Parks, nursing facility. Experience preferred.
Christmas items and tools. Too many Mobile Home for Sale, New 28x44 3 Boys & Girls Club, and Land for Sale, 221 North between Day shift and afternoon/early evening
items to list. Why pay retail? We are We bedroom, 2 bath $36,900. Call 352- Shopping Plazas. Public Shiloh Church Rd. and Cairo Parker shift. Contact Wera Bell, Lafayette
partnering with The Salvation Army and Buy 303-8771 Transportation available. Rd. 1 acre lots with paved roads. Owner Health Care Center, 512 W. Main St.,
Serman's VFD collecting toys for those Scrap TMH, tfn Call 850-584-6842. financing available. Please call (386) Mayo (386) 294-3300.
children who may not otherwise get Metal and Junk TDD 711, EHO. 658-1346 or (850) 584-7466. LHCC
one this Christmas. Bring one or buy Cars Section 8 Affordable Multifamily EF, tfn 12/07 12/16
one and give a child joy this Christmas. 850-838-5865 F Housing
Do not to miss this auctionl Comfy RC tfn Home for Sale, OLD TOWN 2 story site MDS Coordinator. Seeking very
seats, heated, food and lots of fun. 10% tfn For rent. Efficiency apartment close to built, 1998, 3 bedrooms 2 baths, L/R, organized, detailed oriented nurse with
buyers premium. MC, Visa, Discover, downtown. Full kitchen, 1 bedroom, 1 For rent. 3 bedroom, 1 bath home D/R, loft, 2 car garage on 6 good, assessment skills and basic
debit cards, checks and cash accepted. Cash for junk cars and trucks. 7 days a bath. Ideal for couple or single person. $500 per month. First month and unbelievable acres, beautiful oaks. computer knowledge. Long Term Care
AU691 Ron Cox. AB2490. week. Call 386-658-1030 or 904-887- $500 per month, $500 security deposit. security deposit, no pets. Call $500 down, $556/mo;, P&l, W.A.C. Call experience preferable. 60 bed SNF in
12/14 12/16 8513. Call 850-371-1800. Sawgrass Reality ask for Cheryl to to view 352-493-9600 small, friendly community. Contact
KS 12/30 12/16 01/13 receive more information or to pick up TMH Jennifer Richardson, Lafayette Health
an application 843-2994. tfn Care Center, 512 W. Main St., Mayo
Public Consignment Equipment and For Sale. Biker leather jackets, vests, For Rent. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, mobile 12/16 (386) 294-3300.
More Auction, Saturday, Dec. 17; 2011, chaps ect., motor scooters and ATV's. home. $550 per month $300 deposit, Land For Sale. 7.8 wooded acres, LHCC
at 9:30 a.m., 475 Mack Cruce Rd., Perry Scooters, 1305-B N Jefferson St., H.U.D. vouchers welcome. Call 584- For rent, 3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile approximately 270' of highway frontage 12/07 12/16
Perry. Consignments will be taken in Perry 850-371-1432. 7819. home with front and back porch in a on Highway 221 between Pisgah Road
Wednesday, Dec. 14 Friday, Dec. 16, 12/14 12/16 12/14 12/16 country setting. $650 monthly plus and Wright Road. Call 305-395-0302. Director of Allied Health Programs (RN)
from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.. Auction will security deposit, no pets. Call 12/09 12-21 wanted at North Florida Community
consist of: farm equipment, tractors, Boston Terrier puppies. 1 male, 1 For Rent. 1 bedroom, 1 bath, 900 sq. ft. Sawgrass Reality ask for Cheryl to College. See www.nfcc.edu for details.
motor vehicles, firearms, boat, female; UTP shots and Health apartment. Near Keaton Beach. $650 receive more information or to pick up House for Sale. 311 West Bowers 12/14 1/13
recreational vehicles, tools, 32" color Certificate $200. Call 223-3012. per month plus security deposit. an application 843-2994. Street. New, built in 2009 on 5 lots. 2
TV, Beanie Babies (older), 3 piece 12/14 12/23 Includes utilities 850-843-1882. 12/16 bedroom, study or 3rd bedroom, 2 full
bedroom set (1972) very good 12/14-01/06 baths, living room, dining room,
condition, Duncan Phyfe couch needs For Sale. Hand-crafted tables, china Single wide mobile home for rent. 2 kitchen. All new appliances;
repair, large cedar table, assorted cabinets, adarondak chairs, gun For Rent. 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment bedroom, 1 bath on 1 acre lot. $450 refrigerator, electric stove, dishwasher, J.D.'s Tree Service and Lawn Care.
antique chairs great condition, cedar cabinets, swings of all sizes, picture $150 per week. Includes water, electric per month, $400 security deposit. Call washer, dryer, electric hot water heater, Licensed and insured. Free estimates.
chest, large coffee table, gold framed frames. Heart and Pickey Cypress. Call and cable $300 security deposit. No 223-2224 or 843-4456. 2 inch wooden window blinds, wood We also grind stumps. Call today 838-
mirror, matching couch and chair (very 584-4374 or 843-1474. Pets. Call 843-1301. 12/16 12/21 floors, high ceilings, intake and outtake 1280. Firewood for sale.
nice) knives a large assortment. Ladies 12/16 12/23 12/14 12/23 ceiling vents in all rooms, carport, large tfJD(Fri.)
dont stay at home there will be things For rent: 2 bedroom, 1 bath mobile storage and car shed. Fenced back
of interest to you also. Concession Seasoned firewood for sale, will deliver. For Rent. 2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home located in Whispering Pines yard In a quiet neighborhood. $152,000 Swann
stand provided for breakfast and lunch. Call 838-0949. home with small porch. Includes water $450 per month and $200 deposit. call 584-2614.
For more information contact J.W. Hill 12/16- 12/28 and sewer, located In a small mobile Call 838-6336. 12/07 -12-30 Bail
and Associates. Office 386-362-3300 home park. $400 per month $200 12/16- 12/21
or John Hill 386-590-1214, web site Do you need lots of storage space? security deposit. Senior citizen .f,,l, House for Sale. 304 W. Oak Street, Bonds
www.jwhillauctions.com. AB2083, For rent: 40x40 building; prime discount. No Drugs. Call 584-8618. located close to downtown. 3,000 sq.
AU2847, AU691, Dealers License location; $325 monthly. For Sale: 1444 BW, tfn IE f feet, 3 bedroom, 2.5 baths. Built on
V1/102370/1 Firearms License 1-59- MVX fishmaster boat with 15 hp. three city lots in quiet neighborhood.
121-01-2K-099422 Mercury motor; $1,700. Call: 850-584- Westgate Rooms available for rent. Large in town house FREE to anyone Property has efficiency apartment on
12/14 12/16 6627. refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable, who will move It and dean up premises. one city lot and could serve as a "Where Everyday Is Springtime"
12/16 12/23 AC/Heater. Everything Included. $165 Call 850-656-340 'mother-in-law" apartment or rental 107N 27
Y iARD1 weekly, $40 daily, $585 per month. KS house. Home features a spacious living Jefferson St. 584- 2
For sale. 1996 Hitchcock 31' RV sites $20 daily, $100 weekly, $350 12/14- 12/23 room with wood burning stove,
gooseneck travel trailer with slideouts. monthly. Tax included. 1627 S. Byron oversized kitchen with solid maple JM Handyman Home Repairs, LLC
What Comes Around Goes Around Needs approximately $800 of minor Butler Pkwy. 850-299-6554. House for salel 3 bedroom, 1 bath, cabinets and a center island that seats Pressure washing, painting, concrete,
Boutique 117 East Green Street work to be 100%. Asking $3000 firm. LS tfn eat-in kitchen and formal dining room. 8, backyard with a 6' fence. Efficiency wood decks, Ceramic tile, laminate
High end quality, name brand second Call 584-6008 or 985-397-0980. Recent upgrades, remodeling, and new apartment $35,000. House $169,500. wood available, Mobile Home Repairs,
hand clothes and more. We have 12/16-12/23 For Rent. 1 bedroom, 1 bath, fenced roof. Great starter or retirement home. Call 850-371-1800. '-flV Leak Repairs> 838-6077 og 584-
clothing for everyone, infants, kids, yard close to Walmart. $450 a month Priced to sell at $70,000.811 E. Cherry 12/16 01/13 2270.
teens, men and women. We are open plus deposit. Ready now, call 8382866 Street. For more Information call 584-
Tuesday-Friday 10-6, Saturday and 12/14 -12/23 6583. A to Z Farm and Lawn Service
Monday closed; 584-5599. tfn -- Land clearing, tree trimming/removal,
12/14 12/16 AKC registered bYrkle puppies. 3 male Woodride Apartmn dump truck service, harrowing, bush
and 1 female, $500 please call Rhonda Accepting applications for 1, 2, and 3 Property for sale. 313 1/2 HInley St. In 1995 Silverado 4x4 $1799 hog mowing, rake work, dirt leveling
Yard sale at Taylor Storage Unit. Lots of 850-843-0252. BR HC and Non-HC accessible Perry. $8,000 cash, will finance for 2001 Hyundai Elantra $3494. and complete lawn service. Call 584-
new and used items. If weather permits 12/16 12/23 apartments. HUD vouchers $10,000. For more information call 386- 2004 Chrysler Sebring $4900 6737.
we will be open everyday until the end considered. Call 850-584-5668.709 W 294-1737 or 386-208-8880 2003 Chevy Astro Van $3600. A2Z, tfn
of the year. T l Church St., Perry, FL 32348 TDD 711. 11/30 12/16 2003 Kia Spectra $3900.
12/16 j 9 This institution is an equal opportunity We Financel TALL TIMBER TREE SERVICE
S provider, and employer" For Sale. 5 acres, possible hunting site. Trade-Ins Welcome. *Stump Grinding
Two Dingos Outlet Store 1111/2 Green Room-mate wanted. Female, to share WA tfn 2.5 miles N.E. of Shady Grove section Head Turners Auto Inc. *Tree Trimming
Street, across from the courthouse large 3 bedroom, 2 bath double wide. 23, T2S, R7E. Property appraiser 850-584-8900 *Tree Removal
parking lot, 584-2828. Big sale, buy 1 No drugs or alcohol. Need car, job, Rooms available at Skylark Motel #R01766-524. $1200. Call 352-373- RA "Debris Removal
book get 4 free, paperback books $1, bedroom fumiture. $250 per month. everything included from monthly $585 8265 tfn Bucket truck use
hard cover books $2.50. All charms and Call 386-249-3372. (required $45 deposit), $165 weekly or 12/16 12/30 -Bush Hogging
beads 2 for the price of one! Charms 12/14 12/23 $40 daily (tax included). 317 N. Byron *Pressure Washing
start at just 99 cents! Open Monday Butler Pkwy. 850-672-0973. WLLI *U II *Free Estimates* and
through Friday, 10:30 a.m. until 5:30 Wanted, 1979 Ford truck bed. Call 584- LS, tfn W W *Great Rates*
p.m.. Saturday, 8 a.m. until noon! 4374 or 843-1474. Call todayl
12/16 12/21 12/16 12/23 House for rent. 1 bedroom, 1 bath, on 850-838-5923 or 850-584-8191
Ash St. with fenced yard, available Dries in 3-4 Hours Tile Floors Pet Odors Mark A. Moneyhan
Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m. until. Wanted, 1 to 5 acres of land in Taylor immediately, $450 monthly + $450 Licensed and Insured
Highway 19 South (Taylor Storage County, with septic, electric, and water security deposit. 850 584-2088. TREE CAPITAL CLEANING Certified Quality Specialist.
Center across from Taylor Tech.) Buy or a fixer up mobile home on lot. Will MW/CC tn
your Christmas gifts here. Air soft gun, pay cash. Call 727-645-3519 tfn 584-CLEAN (584-2532)
knives, swords, digital camera, toys 12/09,16, 23,30
new tools, John Deere items, Dell STEINHATCHEE PLACE RESORT. For Sale or Lease Purchase. New For sale. 1997, Ford F-150 4x4 with
computer system (Window XP), Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom house in Ocean Pond subdivision only tinted windows. $2500 or best offer. Call
magnetic bracelets, lighthouse lamp, apartments for rent $600 to $800. a few miles from Keaton Beach. 1568 850-295-3498. Pursuant to section 2.13(B) of the City
adults tricycles, fashion jewelry, leather Included with rent is full cable t.v., Sq. Ft. of living area, 3 bedroom, two 12/16 12/21 Charter of the City of Pery, Forida,
jacket, small appliances, Christmas Mobile Home for Sale Internet, hot tub, one block, one block bath new house with all new council had Introduction and First
decorations, 7-foot Christmas tree, 2012, 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Bank repo to river and new boat landing. Call 352- appliances, carpet and hardwood Reading on Ordinance No. 897 and
fiber optic wreaths and trees, winter need to sell only $36,900, owner will 498-7740 if no answer 813-677-9640, flooring, open kitchen/living room area. Ordinance No. 898 on December 13,
sweaters, baby clothes, much more. finance with 5% down. Call 352-262- SPR, tfn Home on 2 acres of land ready to move (lassifieds Work... 2011 in the City Counci Coambers :
12/16 4531 In. Reduced to $134,900 MAKE Call 584-5513. A Public Hearing and Final Reading
TMH Small 3 bedroom, 1 bath home with OFFER, 850-672-0536. on Ordinance No. 897 and
Cla ifieds Work... ttfn nice front porch on 1 acre of land on 12/07 01/06 Ordinance No. 898 Is scheduled for
deadend road off Hwy.98. Just inside January 10, 2011 In the City Council
city limits. $550 per month, first, last
and deposit.al 727-433-4514. W W E BUY
JP 11/23-12/16

Apartment for rent. 1 bedroom, 1 bath.
everything included, water garbage, OLD TAYLOR COUNIY ITEMS
furnished. $265 weekly, $950 monthly. J OLOSCHOOLSPORtTS.etlSEYS/TROPHI ES
317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy. Skylark YARBOOS1
Motel. 850-672-0973. OLD JIRIJNS SOIQOL IIMS/TROPHIES
LS tfn 1TA YLOR CDUINTY REUC3
Available Rentals OLD 'rJ4L'n ,
Taking applications for a 2 BR/1 bath, 2
2BR/1 bath like new stucco home outside Perry city limits, BR/ 2 bath, 3 BR/ 2 bath located in
Large workshop, fruit trees and more on one acre, m/I, Everetts Mobile Home Park. Water,
landlord maintains lawn, $650.00 a month. sewer and garbage included in rent. LD IS
2BR/2 bath brand new home near the gulf with paved road frontage, $475 a month and a $300 deposit. Must1 O UD PER M W I N
$800.00 a month, have references. Apply in person to Ms. sILVLR iHALjF DURS
3BR/2 bath vinyl sided home in the city ilmits, $750.00 a month, Betty. 584-7094. SILVER DOlJAAU/ QUART RS/ DIMES
Withlacoochee River retreat, 2BR/2 bath on the river, EMH tfn OLD SPORTS CARDS -RE P ,9Se)
call for details, OLtD METAL SIGNS
Furnished DWMH near the gulf, 3BR/2 bath, nice front porch, Taking applications for 1 BR/lbath VRINTau COCAlCOLA ITEMS
fenced yard, very well maintained, $750.00 a month. home located in Everetts Mobile Home OMIC O aCS
Park, water, sewer and garbage OTTLES
2 apartments in downtown Perry, 2BR/1 bath, $550.00 a month, included in rent. Rent $375, deposit OlmD POTTERY
3BR/2 bath DWMH outside the city limits, $300 references required apply In OLD rOSVlU.LE POTTERY
nicely remodeled, $650.00 a month, person Perry Repo Outlet. Ms. Betty USED HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
More rental properties will be available soon. 584-7094 UIiS BEDDING
All tenants must pass a background check. EMH, tfn OD QOf"lEJEWE LRY
Tired of the hassle of being a landlord? Well, let us do the work for
youl We are currently managing 40 rental properties making life easier Cozy 2 bedroom, 1 bath house off
for you. Call today and speak with either Amy Cope or Amy Crain about Dixie Highway behind Walmart, 1307
letting us help you with all your property management needs. S. Center Street. $475 per month (first,
223-3427.
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