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Over 'Move to Perry' Droaram


Yard sale to benefit
animal shelter
A yard sale to benefit the
local animal shelter will be held
Saturday, March 3, from 8 a.m.
to noon in the parking lot of
Perry Connections (formerly
Jackson's Furniture).
"Come see us for bargains
in art, books, cookware,
dog toys, funky stuff, garden
items, household items, toys,
magazines, plants and more,"
organizers said.
The sale is sponsored by
Helping Hands of the Shelter,
Inc., a non-profit organization.
The event will be canceled if it
rains.

Stockton to speak
March 6
Sam Stockton will share
information on Vietnam and its
aftermath during the Tuesday,
March 6, meeting of American
Legion Post 96.
The meeting will begin at
7 p.m. and all veterans and their
families are welcome.

SAC meets March 8
Taylor Technical Institute's
School Advisory Council (SAC)
will meet Thursday, March 8, at
4p.m.
The meeting will be held in
the conference room at the
school and is open to the public.



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Relay yard sale set
for Saturday
An event-wide Relay For Life
yard sale will be held Saturday,
March 3, from 8 a.m. until 1
p.m. at the United Steelworkers
Union Hall located on Old Dixie
Highway and Plantation Road.
Several teams will be
showcasing their wares:
Antioch Church, First United
Methodist Church and Team
Taylor from TCI will have resale-
treasures and baked goods;
The Pentecostals of Perry are
offering their famous peanut
brittle; AARP No. 4033 will grill
hot dogs; and the Red Hats will
be painting faces.
Everyone is encouraged to
patronize this event where there
will be "something for everyone
--and at the same time, do your
part to fight back against cancer."

School board to meet
in Steinhatchee
Those wishing to attend
the Taylor County District
School Board's regular board
meeting on Tuesday, March
6, are reminded that it will be
held at Steinhatchee School,
1209 Southeast First Ave., in
Steinhatchee.

Ulbrary offering f ee
computer, e-reader
classes
Free beginner computer
classes and e-reader classes at
the Taylor County Public Library
will be held each Wednesday
through March 21.
Computer classes will be held
from 10:30 to 11: 30 a.m. with
questions and answers following
from 11:30 to 12 noon.
The e-reader classes will run
from 1 to 1:30 p.m.with questions
and answers following.
Call the library at 838-3512 to
sign for the classes.


Ratliff, Cook exchange words again


For the second meeting in a
row, Perry City Councilman
Don Cook publicly railed
against Property Appraiser
Bruce Ratliff, alleging Ratliff's
recent questions concerning the
city's "Move to Perry" incentive
package were prompted by the
council's decision last year to
eliminate the recreation director
position held by his brother.
Ratliff was at the council
meeting Tuesday evening to


address the incentive issue,
stating he felt there was "a
little misunderstanding on
communications over your
proposed property rebate."
The apparent conflict
between Cook and Ratliff arose
two weeks ago at the council's
Feb. 14 meeting, during
which the council discussed a
new version of the "Move to
Perry" incentive plan, which is
designed to reward people who


move to residences within the
city limits.
At that meeting, Cook alleged
Ratliff "spent money--county
resident money, city resident
money--to investigate our
initial action which would have
passed muster in my opinion."
Ratliff, who was not at that
meeting, later told the Perry
News-Herald that after reading
about the proposed ordinance,
he contacted the Property


Appraisers Association--at no
charge to the county--for legal
guidance about the incentive.
At Tuesday's meeting, Ratliff
said the association's attorney
forwarded him two Attorney
General opinions regarding
similar attempts made by the
City of Dunedin and City of
Port Richey.
"I took those opinions...to
[City Attorney Mike Smith], so
he could look at those opinions


'Team Taylor' visits Tallahassee


The "Team Taylor" delegation, consisting of local government and business representatives, met with a number
of elected officials including Sen. Charles Dean. Shown above are: (from I to r) BoTaff, Richard Huth, Dan Simmons,
County Commissioner Pam Feagle, Scott Frederick, Perry Mayor Emily Ketring, Dean, County Administrator Jack
Brown, Felicia Adams and Auley Rowell.


Team meets with reps, agencies


"Team Taylor" took over
Tallahassee for a few hours last
week as representatives from
the county, the City of Perry
and local businesses traveled
as a group to meet with state
representatives.
Organized by the Taylor
County Development
Authority, the group spent


much of Thursday, Feb. 23,
meeting with the county's
legislative delegation as well
as agency heads to talk about
the county's recent visioning
efforts and what it has to offer
potential businesses.
The "Team Taylor" delegation
included Perry Mayor Emily
Ketring, Taylor County


Commissioner Pam Feagle,
TCDA director Scott Frederick,
County Administrator Jack
Brown, Doctors' Memorial
Hospital CEO Richard Huth,
Perry-Taylor County Chamber
of Commerce representative
Auley Rowell, Dan Simmons
with Buckeye, Felicia Adams
with Chemring Ordnance and
Bo Taff with Foley Timber and
Land Co.
The delegation met with
State Rep. Leonard Bembry,
Sen. Charles Dean and Sen. Bill
Montford, who could become
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Taylor County's new senator if
new state redistricting maps are
approved.
Additionally, the local
representatives met with Florida
Commissioner of Agriculture
Adam Putnam as well as
officials from the Department
of Economic Opportunity and
Enterprise Florida, Inc.
"I feel like the elected officials
were very receptive to having
us there and understanding our
vision," Ketring said.
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and advise you of the specific
problems. That was my intent
when I did that. And that was
the purpose of that," Ratliff
said.
"The City of Dunedin and
the City of Port Richie had
tried to do the same thing and,
both times, Attorneys General
Butterworth and McCollum
had opinions that such action
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City council

developing

downtown

master plan

The Perry City Council has
inked a $35,000 deal with
an area planning firm for the
development of a new "master
plan" and promotional brand
for the downtown district.
The move came following
initial discussions in late
January.and was passed with a
3-2 vote at the council's Feb. 14
meeting.
Although councilmen Daryll
Gunter and Sylvester Harris
both voted against the motion,
each stated they supported the
project but wanted to hear all
sides of the issue after local
TEA Party representative Bob
Root voiced concerns regarding
potential grant-related pitfalls.
"I want to know all the
information I can before voting
to spend any money," Gunter
said.
"I feel we should proceed
with the plan tonight and would
not let the threat of potential
conflicts with grants we may
or may not apply for stop this,"
Councilman Don Cook said.
"I recognize that we need
to be extremely cautious with
grants if additional caveats
come with them" Mayor Emily
Ketring said.
Root offered to have a
speaker appear at the next
council meeting to expand on
his concerns.
"We have not even applied
for a grant at this time,
Councilman Alphonso Dowdell
noted.
"I would like to see us
move forward, Cook said,
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voters within the district being
sought (they must also sign
a sworn statement of their
inability to pay the qualifying
fee in order to utilize the
petition method).
The three open seats are for
District 1, currently held by
Sylvester Harris; District 2,
held by Alphonso Dowdell; and
District 3, held by Mayor Emily
Ketring.


Three seats on the Perry City
Council are up for election this
year and to date, no candidates
for the positions have stepped
forward.
The qualifying deadline is
June 12; candidate packets are
available for pick-up at City
Hall.
Candidates must pay a $25
qualifying fee or collect 100
signatures from registered


Breer appointed


to planning board


Former Taylor County
Development Authority
Director Rick Breer has been
appointed to serve on the Taylor
County Planning Board.
Breer announced his
resignation from the TCDA
last summer after serving in
that position for eight years.
His resignation went into effect
earlier this year with the hiring
of new director Scott Frederick.
According to County


Building Director Danny
Griner, the vacancy on the
planning board was advertised
multiple times with Breer the
lone applicant.
At the commission meeting
held last week, County
Commissioner Pam Feagle
made a motion to approved
Breer's application with
Commissioner Malcolm Page
seconding. The measure passed
unanimously.


Saluting a new flag
Woodmen of the World Lodge 460 donated a new flag to the Taylor County Senior
Center Tuesday morning. Show above raising the flag is local Boy Scout Shane Van
Dielen. Saluting the flag are: (from I to r) Mike Denmark, Cliff Walters, Joan Hennings,
Beth Flowers, Timi Walters, Bonnie Paul, Raymond Paul, Carolyn Faircloth and Ruby
Morgan. Raymond Paul made the presentation, giving a short talk about the proper
care of the American flag.


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Community ......... B-1
Entertainment ........ B-2
TV listings .............. B-3
Classifieds ........... B-4


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Looking


Back


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Rolling on...
While deconstruction of the former old train freight depot (located between Green and Main streets) continues, we take a look back at the building during the early 1950s.
In later years, it was used as a farm supply company. Materials from the building arr being shipped to Wyoming, where they will be used in the construction of a new home.
The building to the right is where, most recently, the former offices for Amerigas were located.


A glance at the past


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD


March 3, 1977

THEY'RE DOING WHAT?
For this March 3, 1977,
edition, headlines large enough
to announce World War III,
declared, "Forest Capital Hall
May Become Community
Recreation Center."
The announcement came from
a joint meeting of the Taylor
County Development Authority
and the County Recreation
Board. Jim Southerland had
first proposed the use of the
hall as a community center, and
spoke again on behalf of ,the
project noting that basketball
and karate programs could
be implemented. "With no


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bowling alley and no theatre'"
Southerland said the community
could pot afford to pass up
this opportunity, although
opposition to the project was
adamant.
After long discussion, both
boards decided to involve
the city council and county
commission before reaching a
final decision.

NINE NAMED TO
INDUSTRIAL COMMITTEE
A nine-member board
was named to meet with the
Taylor County Development
Authority to discuss the ways
private citizens can assist with
economic development. The
nine included Ken Smith, Frank
Smith, Tommy Evans, Don
Everett, Frank Russell, Bill


Finding Foley...


ij again
Part 2 of our series "Finding Foley" is nearing
completion. If you own a Foley house, or have a Foley story
to share, please contact 584-5513 or e-mail newsdesk@
perrynewspapers.com.



Fr jerry March 2-3, 2012
News-Herald
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Perry, Florida (850) 584-5513


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Business Manager
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SUSAN H. LINCOLN
Managing Editor
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Advertising Director
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SMember Perry/Taylor County Chamber of Commerce.


Williams, Lawrence Hughei,
Bob Creason and Ed Allen. 4

HOSPITAL TO ADD
CORONARY CARE
A new coronary care unit
was two to three weeks away
from completion at Docdor'
Memorial Hospital, including
two rooms for patient care
and a 24-hour duty nurse for
the centrally located scanning
panels between the two rooms

WEDDINGS PLANNED
FOR MARCH, MAY
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
B. Carlton announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Conelia Denise, to James Walter
McGuire, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Earl McGuire. A March
25 wedding was planned.
Debra Dean Green, ah
employee of Gulf Telephonq,
and Michael Freemai
Baumgardner, employed with
Perry Wholesale and Supply,
announced their plans for a May
wedding.

BELLY DANCING
CLASSES BEGIN
The Dance Workshop
announced the beginning
of belly dancing classes on
Saturday at 11 a.m.

WHAT AN AD!
Van H. Priest Company
advertised what seemed to be
every item in its store! Ladies
tricot panties were 3 for $1,
while pillow cases were $1.59 a
pair. Four men's handkerchiefs
were 69 cents, and Tonka toys
were $2.29.
Polyester double knit pants
were $1.98 and permanent press
draperies were $6.88. Laundry
baskets were 49 cents; metal
frames were 50 cents; light
bulbs (2 per package) were
39 cents. Wash cloths (4 to a
package) were 59 cents, rugs
were $3.98 and Cashmere body
talc was 50 cents.

BULLDOGS LOSE
OPENING GAME
Coach Don Johnson's
Bulldog baseball team dropped
their first game of the season to
Godby, losing 5-2. "Opening
day jitters" were blamed, along
with five errors. The two
singles were hit by Ben Sparks
and Ulysses Mathis.


Remember when...


Time to give Spring

Break another try?


It was bound to happen again.
The last time I officially had a
spring break was back in 1984,
during my sophomore year of
college. There have been spring
breaks since then, but I haven't
been part of any of them.
After the spring break of '84,
I avoided this annual ritual by
making sure I was too broke
to participate, which wasn't a
problem since I was usually on
my last dime. If I was employed,
I made sure I was out of vacation
time and sick days, which too,
weren't a problem since spring
break usually arrived in mid-
March and my vacation time
and sick days were depleted by
the end of January. Either way,
everyone knew to count me out
when it came to spring break.
Spring break wasn't much of an
issue after my collegiate years,
and I rarely noticed its coming
or going. That was until this year
when I found myself back on a
college campus, although this
time as an employee instead of a
student.
Next week is spring break for
the students, staff and faculty of
Florida A & M University. And,
although I don't find myself
waking up before the alarm clock
goes off on workdays, my feelings
wouldn't be hurt if I was ordered
to work next week.
I'm sure you would like to know
what happened that was so bad
during my 1984 spring break that
I'd rather work than have the time
off, and I would like to tell you,
except I don't remember it all.
What I do remember is this:
I was sitting in the front
passenger seat in Selwyn's
Thunderbird as Selwyn drove and
Clarence and Gerald sat in the
backseat. We were on Interstate-75,
leaving Gainesville on our way to
Atlanta.
Thirteen hours later, we arrived
in Atlanta. I don't remember why
it took us so long to get there, but
I vaguely recall stopping every


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20 minutes for bathroom breaks, a
few dinner hours, a tailgate party
at a rest area, singing rounds and
rounds of, "Plop, plop, fizz, fizz,
oh what a relief it is," and an
empty family-sized box of Alka-
Seltzer on the dashboard.
I remember Selwyn brother's
house. I unpacked my suitcase
there. Showered there. Dressed
there. And I even ate there. But
strangely, I don't recall sleeping
there. Or anywhere else for that
matter.
I recall the straps on my sandals
breaking at the same time and then
hiding behind my black shades to
shield my eyes from the sun and
the inquisitive stares of people
acting like they had never seen a
guy walking barefoot downtown
with his sandals in his hands.
I remember being stopped twice
by police officers asking to see my
driver's license--even though I
was walking barefoot.
I remember being lost except for
when we were at Selwyn brother's
house.
And, I remember leaving Selwyn
brother's house.
The trip home was even more
unforgettable. A few of the things
I can't forget are:
Eight miles outside Tifton, Ga.,
Selwyn's Thunderbird blew a
gasket or something close to that.
The straps on Gerald's sandals
broke during our two-mile trek
up the Interstate before someone
picked us up.
We stayed in a cramped motel
room three days waiting for
Selwyn's car to be fixed.
It rained the entire three days.
When we finally made it back
to Gainesville, I vowed to never
again take part in spring break.
That was back in 1984. And, since
then I haven't.
However, come next week, I'll
have no choice but to take part.
So, if things go wrong or I'm not
acting like myself, which is bound
to happen, just remember where
to lay the blame.


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Ratliff: can help, that's what I'm here for


RATLIFF, COOK
Continued from page 1
was not in their realm of
jurisdiction," he continued.
"So that's why I forwarded
that information to Mike to
forward to you guys so you
could look at it and make that
decision.
"As the property appraiser,
that is part of my constitutional
statutory obligations. That's
what I thought I was doing by
forwarding that. Now if that was
misinterpreted, or if I should
have done that in a different
manner, I would be happy to do
whatever. I'm here to assist you
guys. If you've got questions, if
I can help, that's what I'm here
for."
Although the council held
a brief discussion over the


MASTER PLAN
Continued from page 1
making a motion to approve a
"scope of work" contract with
Wood+Partners Inc. (WPI).
I can't vote until I hear both
sides," Harris said, offering a
nay vote.
Gunter echoed his sentiment
and also voted "no" on
approving the contract.
"I want to vote to move
forward, but I also want to hear
what you have to say," Ketring
said.
The motion passed with
Ketring, Cook and Dowdell
voting in favor.
At its meeting Tuesday, the
council listened to a series
of speakers brought by Root.
Following the talk, both Gunter
and Harris reiterated their
support of the project.
Under the contract, WPI will
conduct an extensive study
of the impacted area and will
coordinate a public workshop
to focus on and define the vision
Sfor downtown Perry.
Also at the meeting, local
realtor Bob Sheffield said he


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Attorney General opinions, City
Manager Bob Brown pointed
out that the new ordinance--
which was under consideration
later in the meeting--had been
changed.
The modified ordinance
proposal changed the incentive
payment from being a "tax
refund" to include "set incentive
payments based on property
values:'
"The city attorney reviewed
those opinions and he said he
didn't think they were spot on
with what we were doing, but
nonetheless the new ordinance
doesn't have anything to do
with taxes whatsoever so it's
kind of a moot point," Brown
said.
"He said basically let's not
worry about taxes being an
issue one way or the other, if


is working with the county
on conducting a "branding
program" of its own and asked
the city to act as a partner in
handling pass-through funds
to underwrite related program
costs.
The city agreed and last
week Sheffield addressed the
Taylor County Commission
to formally ask for financial
assistance with the branding
program.
According to Sheffield, the
branding effort will cost around
$32,000 and they are hoping
to raise $35,000 to cover any
additional expenses that might
arise.
He added that several private
businesses have expressed
interest in assisting with the
program but that they wanted to
see the county invest as well.
Sheffield said he was asking
the county to commit $15,000
contingent on the remainder
being raised by other sources.
Due to the commission's
policy on mid-year expenses,
they will need to hold a public
hearing to approve the expense
with at least four commissioners


we can do essentially the same
thing."
"So it's been resolved
through our attorney utilizing
this information," Mayor Emily
Ketring said.
( . ...


voting in favor.
While Sheffield requested
that the hearing be held at the
commission's next meeting,
the advertising requirements
made that impossible, so the
hearing will instead be held
during the commission's
March 20 meeting.
According. to Jack Brown,
the funds would need to come
from the county's general fund
reserve for contingency or
reserve for projects.
Commissioner Pam Feagle
expressed support for the
project but added that she was
concerned about taking money
from reserves to pay for it.
Commissioner Mark Wiggins
asked whether it was possible
to use Tourism Development
Council funds for the branding
effort.
Brown said he would need to
research the possibility.
Commissioner Malcolm
Page made a motion to hold
the hearing on March 20 and
have Brown research funding
avenues. Feagle seconded
and the measure passed
unanimously.


the city council meeting."
"When you called me when
I was at my home, I asked
whether you were calling me
regarding my personal property
and that's the only time I want


Bruce, I've always felt your involvement
in this related back to a personal issue
where you were very unhappy with the
decision the city had made regarding


recreation.


--City Councilman Don Cool


Cook addressed Ratliff,
referencing a statement Ratliff
made to the Perry News-
Herald that he had called Cook
and the councilman "refused to
speak with me unless it was at


to hear from you outside a
council meeting," Cook said.
"Bruce, I've always felt your
involvement in this related
back to a personal issue where
you were very unhappy with
the decision the city had made
regarding recreation."
Last spring, the city council
terminated Recreation Director
Glenn Ratliff and eliminated
the position as part of its cost-
saving measures.
"I just felt you were not
involving yourself as (a
representative) of your office,"
Cook said. "I apologize if that
is not so."
Cook then continued,
referencing an alleged incident
outside city hall involving Bruce
Ratliff and Brown following
Glenn Ratliff's termination.
"You went to city hall and
called the city manager out on
the sidewalk," Cook said.
"When it comes to the
property appraiser's office and
my involvement with the city,
I'm more than happy to help,"
Ratliff said. "I would also
extend an apology if that came
across wrong concerning that,
the way I presented it to Mike."
"My prejudice was based
on your interactions with the


city manager on the sidewalk
publicly which I felt was
beneath the dignity of your
position as our property
appraiser," Cook said.
"Had nothing to do with this,"
Ratliff said.
"You came and threatened
our city manager's job," Cook
said.
"I think that's not relevant at
all to what we're talking about,"
Ratliff said.
"Very well. But that's why I
was suspect," Cook said.
"Okay," Ratliff said.
"If you wish to help, we'll
listen to that. If we need your
help, we'll come see you and
try to work our affairs in that
manner," Cook said.
Ratliff spoke to the Perry
News-Herald Thursday,
declining to elaborate on the
alleged incident, but again
stating that his involvement
with the incentive package
"was not a personal issue."
t'I think it is important for
us not to get distracted from
the main issue here, which
has to do with correct and fair
taxation," Ratliff.
"Two different Florida
Attorneys General--
Bill McCollum and Bob
Butterworth--have published
opinions that similar rebates
are not constitutional in two
separate cases: City of Dunedin
and City of Port Richey."
In the case of Port Richey,
officials had proposed offering
purchasers of residential real
estate with a rebate calculated
based on the previous
municipal ad valorem tax bill
paid by the seller (the purchaser
would be paying a higher tax
bill since the savings from the
Save Our Homes constitutional
amendment would not pass on
to the new owner).
In his opinion, McCollum


stated, "a municipality...has
no inherent power to exemp,
from taxation property whicl
it is authorized by statute oi
charter to tax, since with some
exceptions, delegation of powei
to tax does not include power to
exempt from taxation or power
to remit or compromise taxes."
That opinion also referenced
a 1978 Florida Supreme Cour,
Case, Archer v. Marshall
in which the court held
unconstitutional a special act
providing for a reduction in renr
paid to the Santa Rosa Islanm
Authority in an amount equal
to the ad valorem taxes paid or
the leasehold interest for the
previous year.
."The court determined thai
the law created an indirect
exemption from ad valoren
taxation not authorized by tht
state constitution," McCollun
said.
"As Taylor County Property
Appraiser, it is my duty t(
make the city aware of these<
Attorney General opinion.
so they can make the mos
informed and correct decision.,
Ratliff said. "This issue i,
not about anything other than
that."
Ratliff has announced he will
run for re-election this year and
will face at least one challenger
in Shelton Jerry Register.
Register was at Tuesday's
city council meeting. Somn
time after the exchange between
Cook and Ratliff, Cook called
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after the meeting.
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out of order."
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Racoon endears himself to Sterling, and to Polly


ByPOLLY WALLER begins to discover the problems
Sti,'n' Sandspurs that arise when trying to tame
Bbok Review and domesticate a wild animal.
:Last week, I was sorting Rascal robs the neighbors'
through some used books and corn patch, causes
came across the children's w a n t o n
classic "Rascal" by Sterling
North. I smiled, ...
recollecting 40 years -'":'"' "
ago when it was my
number one favorite
book. My own childhood :.
copy, which had been read :' ..
to tatters, was long gone. ...*..'
This copy was the same -; ...
edition from the 60s, with
the familiar cover featuring ..
the titled character. I
decided to read it again.
"Rascal" is a semi-..
autobiographical novel set in
rural Wisconsin during 1918
and depicts the life of a boy and
his pet raccoon. Sterling lives
alone with his father, having s.
lost his mother at the age of .
,seven. His sisters are gron n
and live with their own families
and his brother is a\\ ay fighting
in WWI. So the father and boy .
are watchingg it" alone.
When Sterling brings home a
baby raccoon out of the \% oods.
his father only raises an .
eyebrow and goes on about his
work as a writer, allowing the
coon to have run of the house destruction and generally
and yard. Rascal soon becomes begins to make a nuisance of
11-year-old Sterling's constant himself. This leads to the sad
companion, friend and teacher, realization that the animal must
The story is filled with either be caged, or set free in
warmth and humor, especially the forest.
the scenes featuring Rascal's After seeing Rascal behind
never-ending mischief. In one bars, Sterling eventually makes
chapter, Sterling's older sister a difficult choice and says
comes to visit and he lends her farewell to his-little friend.
his room for the night. No one The main reason "Rascal"
thought to warn Rascal of the has stayed near and dear to my
visitor and when the coon heart these many years is not
climbs up in bed with the prissy just because it is a wonderful
sister in the middle of the night, book, it is also because I too
mayhem enrsues. had a pet raccoon as a child and
SAs Rascal grows into a learned -some of those same
mature raccoon, Sterling hard lessons.



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suspiciously like my name. If
he was displeased, he chattered
and cussed in coon-speak,
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R.C. and I got along just fine,
even as he began to enter
adulthood. He and my mother
disagreed on a few issues, but
for the most part, they got
along too. It was my father,
who was a .very kind and
patient man, that R.C chose to
cross.
One summer day Papa was
standing on the patio grilling
burgers wearing nothing but his
swim trunks. R.C. decided that
was the perfect time to scurry
up to the nice vantage point on
Papa's shoulders. The sound
that. came out of my father as
20 pounds of coon climbed up
his bare flesh could have
shattered glass.
Just like Rascal in the book,
as R.C. matured, the day came
when we had to pen him up to
keep him out of trouble. Under
supervision, he was an angel,
Unsupervised, he was a master
of destruction.
While the pen was strong, the
clasp on the lock was simple
and after a few days of
boredom in the pen,,he figured
out how. to open it.' Upon his
escape, he went for my father's
barn, and the boat it housed.
We all know there is a special
bond between a man and his
boat. When Papa arrived home
to find R.C. tearing the boat to
shreds, it was quite a shock. He
attempted to catch the coon, but
R.C. was smart enough to know
when he was in big trouble and
fled under the false bottom of
the boat.
.. This created a .stand-off-that
lasted until Papa'resorted to
pouring ammonia down the
hatch. R.C. came out with his
hands up.
My parents broke the news to
me gently R.C. was a wild
animal' antl"they-'had erthfr'
free in the woods where he
belonged.
I understood and approved
because I-had. already read
"Rascal" a half a dozen times.
It 'was a lesson I understood
even better after learning from
experience. But as I re-read the
book last week, I could still
hear that familiar trill calling
my name.


A- 90th birthday celebration for Bessie Green will be held on
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Ms. Green is a longtime resident of Taylor County, remembered
fondly by friends and family members as an avid gardener who
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Maternal grandparents are Earnestine and Jerry Armstrong.
Paternal grandparents are Jane Taylor and Joe Lollis.
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A-5 Perry News-Herald March 2-3, 2012

Ticdhih $ Five Women of. Distinction chosen for Black History tribute


By SARAH HALL
Leap Day!
Happy "Leap Day" birthday
wishes to Juanita Monroe.
Here's hoping your birthday
was filled with joy; you are a
special part of God's plan and
we all love you.
Prayers
Let us all pray together for


those in need of special
prayers: Dorthy Jean Grimes at
Tallahassee Memorial;
Catherine Bines at home;
Robert Edwards; Willie James
"Jimmy" Sermons in Largo
Medical Center; Carrie Bell
Anderson at Marshall Health &
Rehab; Courtney Woodfaulk in
Gainesville; Daron Goodman at
Shands in Jacksonville; Earlie
Williams in St. Petersburg;


Amos Bellamy and A.D. Jones
at home.
In bereavement: the
families of the late Viola
Powell, the late Nathaniel Britt
and the late Ester Frazier.
Black History
tributes
A Black History program
sponsored by the Taylor
County African American


History Committee was held at
Jerkins Community Center on
Feb. 25.
There were "Moments in
Black History" as well as
selected readings and tributes.
Five Taylor County Women of
Distinction were honored, and I
am proud to say one of the
honorees was yours truly. It
was a total surprise to me; I am
humbled and grateful to have


been chosen.
Other honorees included
Evangelist Patricia Brannan,
Taylor County Commission
Chair Patricia Patterson,
Sabrina Demps, affectionately
known as the maestro of local
gospel music, and Alyce C.
Watkins, retired educator and
humanitarian.
If you were not there, plan to
attend next year. The


preservation of our history is
very important to our present
generation and those to come.
Remember:
Through this toilsome world,
alas, only once I pass; if a
kindness I may show, if a good
deed I may do to a suffering
fellow man, let me do it while I
can. No delay, for it's plain: I
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To Perry on Saturday

Two-time Dove nominees bring mountain gospel music


The award winning Marksmen Quartet will bring their unique
style of gospel music to Charity Baptist Church, 580 East U.S. 27
South in Perry, on Saturday, March 3 at 12 p.m. for the Family
Outdoor Challenge.
Tickets are $10. The event also features door prizes. For more
information, call (850) 223-4673 or visit
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events.
The Marksman Quartet was nominated in 2012 for Society for
Preservation of Bluegrass Music in America Contemporary
Bluegrass Gospel Group of the Year, an award they have received
four times in the past.
The four-time winners of "Country Gospel Quartet of the Year"
(from the Country Gospel Music Guild) will perform many of their


Return forms by Tuesday for basketball lock-in


For boys,
grades 6-12
All male students in grades
6-12 are invited to a basketball
shoot-out and lock-in at Taylor
County High School Gym
beginning Friday, March 9, at 6
p.m. and ending Saturday,
March 10, at 11 a.m. The
event is free!
The event is sponsored by
Boyz 2 Men of New Brooklyn
M.B. Church. To participate,
your child or children must
complete a registration and
participation form which can be
obtained at the high school, or
the church. These forms must
be completely filled out for
students to be allowed to
participate.
The deadline for returning
forms is Tuesday, March 6.
Forms may also be returned to


Walter Bishop at 850-371-0568
or Kenneth Flanders at 850-
371-0568.
Harvest Now
crusade Saturday
Union Street Church of God
is having a district Harvest
Now crusade this Saturday,
March 3, beginning at 6 p.m.
Refreshments will be served;
everyone is invited to attend.
Please call 584-7224 or 843-
0916 for more information.
The Rev. Connie Mote is
pastor; Bishop Ernest Page is
district overseer; and Bishop
Douglas Hunter is regional
Overseer.
Yard sale
St. Margaret's Guild, the St.
James Episcopal Church
women's group, will have its


Obituaries

Ester Frazier
Ester Frazier, 98, died Feb. 23, 2012, at her home in Orlando.
She was a native of Taylor County.
. Survivors include: one son, Drew (Minnie) Frazier of Orlando;
two daughters, Naomi (Eugene) Johnson of, Qrlando, Ervene
Constante Robinson of East Highland, Calif.;' and one sister,
Emma Jean Davis of Perry.
Funeral services will be held Saturday, March 3, at 2 p.m. at
Stewart Memorial A.M.E Church with the Rev. Lee Plummer
officiating. Interment will follow at Springhill Cemetery.
Family members will receive friends today, March 2, at Little
Bethel A.M.E. from 5 until 7 p.m.
Evans-Walker Funeral Home is in charge ofp.ngM .

Cards of Thanks .


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The family of Howard
Whitfield would like to express
our gratitude to all those who
made visits, phone calls,
provided food, sent flowers,
cards, for the support and many
prayers during the loss of our
loved one; to Cornerstone
Fellowship Church who went
beyond what we could have
ever imagined.
A very special thanks to Big
Bend Hospice, Taylor County
Sheriffs DepaRTMent., Joe P.
Bums funeral home and Faith
Baptist Church for graciously
providing the use of their
fellowship hall after the
funeral service.
The many acts of kindness to
our families will always be
remembered.


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annual inside-outside yard sale
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beginning at 8 a.m. and
continuing until 2 p.m. The
sale--which promises low
prices and good quality
merchandise-- will include
appliances, lamps, household
items, chairs, bric-a-brac,
linens, books, and much more.
It will be held in the Parish Hall
located behind the church at
1100 West Green Street.


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from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. at
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The trout have been a bit more
cooperative lately with more
shorts than keepers actively
chasing our baits.
Catch the bite "on" and have
some fun with Berkley Gulp
shrimp, especially in the new
pumpkin/chartreuse color. Also,
Assassin's five inch Shad (we
did well on Stinky Pink) and
Bite-A-Bait fighters in gold and
copper patterns took some fish.
Early this week the water
temp was 63-plus degrees
everywhere I fished from Dark
Isle all the way to Yates Creek.
I saw 65 degrees in the canal at
my slip. The water is very clear
from Piney Point to Jabo and
just starts to pick up some color
there.
Here are some reports from
Keaton Beach Marina:
On Tuesday of this week,
Matt, Cindy and Luke Chastain,
with Keith Parks -- all from
Talking Rock, Ga. -- kept 11


trout and one flounder from 2.5-
4 feet of water deadsticking New
Penny Berkley Gulp.
Sunday, Joe Willingham and
Matt Roberts of Thomasville,
Ga., had four trout on New
Penny.
Saturday, Russell Bagget, Joe
Willingham and Matt Roberts,
all of Thomasville, Ga., had 2
trout while fighting the w-i-n-d
'and chill from 3.5 feet of water
using Gulp.
Seth Harper and Mike Wild
of Perry had 3 trout Saturday
throwing Catch 2000's in 2-3
feet of water.
Two weekends ago Cornell
Silvera of Keaton Beach and
Eddie Spencer of Tallahassee
had 8 trout while throwing
Cordell Redfins, Zara Spooks
and Paul Brown "corkies" in
2-2.5 feet of water.
On a two-day trip earlier in
February Jeffrey Key and Bill
Penn of Milner, Ga., had 13 trout
from 3 feet of water using live
shrimp.


'Hoop Dreamz' will be March 24


The Taylor County High
Athletic Department is
sponsoring a "Hoop Dreamz"
3-on-3 basketball tournament to
be played Saturday, March 24,
in the TCHS gym.
The double elimination
tournament will be divided
into 8 divisions ranging from


elementary-aged girls to post
high school boys.
The entry fee is $30 per team.
The winning team will
receive championship t-shirts
along with bragging rights for
a. year. For more information
contact the TCHS Athletic
Department at 838-2525.


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A-7 Perry News-Herald March 2-3, 2012


Girls track team


places second


in Tallahassee


The Taylor County High
girls track team placed second
in the 15-team meet at Lincoln
High School in Tallahassee on
Tuesday.
Some of the top finishers for
TCHS were: Melanie Jackson
- 2nd in the 100 hurdles;
Bree Kimble 3rd in the 100
hurdles; Ashley Giacomucci
- 2nd in the triple jump and
the high jump; the Girls 4x400
Relay team, which consists of
Giacomucci, Hannah Blanco,


Ashley Giacomucci placed second in the triple jump
and the high jump at a 15-team meet held at Lincoln
High School Tuesday.

Lady Bulldogs lose lead

in the 7th, fall to Madison


The Taylor County High
softball team carried a 2-1 lead
into the final inning Tuesday
night at Madison but the
Cowgirl team exploded for 6
runs to claim a 7-2 victory over
the Lady Bulldogs.
Madison scored one run
in the first before both teams
went scoreless for the next 3.5
innings. Taylor County (1-4-
1) scored two runs to take a
2-1 lead in the fifth with Katie
Carter and Kristin Blue crossing
the plate on RBIs credited to
Kelli Evans and Emalee Shaw.
But Madison's big 6-run 7th
inning clinched the contest for
the Cowgirls.
Top hitters for Taylor County
were Shaw, Whitney Young and
Sheryl Ann Curies each with
two hits apiece. Caitlin Carter
went the distance on the mound
striking out 5 while walking

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one batter.
The Lady Bulldogs were
scheduled to. host East Gadsden
Friday beginning at 6 p.m.


Deanna Crowley and Delonda
Elder, placed first; and the
Girls 4x800 relay team which
consists of McKenzie Cannon,
Naomi Hall, Allison Roberts
and Crowley finished third.
For the boys, Brion Scott
placed second in the 110 hurdles
and Luke Kallschmidt finished
third in the 300 hurdles.
The boys 4x100 team which
consists of Jalan Jackson,
Alladin Andrews, Deshon Tuck
and Scott finished third.


Eight 'DogS named

to All Big Bend team


Eight members of the 2011
Taylor County High football
team were selected to the
Tallahassee Democrat's All
Big Bend football team.
Three Bulldog seniors made
the squad's first team including
wide receiver James Strawter,
offensive lineman Justin
McGuire and defensive lineman


KJ Johnson.
Three players were picked
to the second team. They
included quarterback Eli
Grambling, kicker Brian
Wilder and linebacker Justin
Becerra.
Will Tuten and Jacques
Freeman were selected
honorable mention.


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on August 14th. I will be proud to serve you as the next
Taylor County Tax Collector. I look-forward to greeting
you personally in the near future. If you want to contact
me before that time arises always feel free to contact me.


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'Super Saturday'


North Florida Community
College will hold an open house
and free application day at its
Madison campus Saturday,
March 3, from 9 a.m. to 12
noon.
As an incentive to enroll
early for NFCC's 2012 summer
and fall terms, high school


seniors and all first-time
college applicants who fill out
an admissions application at
"Super Saturday" will pay no
application fee--a $20 savings,
organizers said. For more
information, please contact
Doug Brown at (850) 973-9455
or email brownd@nfcc.edu.


Honor students
Taylor Technical/ACE Program has announced its A/B honor roll for the first
semester. Honor students shown left to right are: Ashley Garbe, Aladdin Andrews,
Ashley Knight, Krystiana;Crowder, Breyunna Smith and Jacklyn Smith.


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"I think meetings with
agency heads were particularly
helpful. There are going to
be opportunities in the future
because we went up there and
said, we're here and this is what
we're about."
She added that the trip
allowed them to show "we
have a concerted effort in the
community to entice businesses
here.
"There are other communities
that don't have that, don't have
a plan."
"I think going there as a
group got the attention of
our representatives and our
senators" Huth said.
"We met will Sen. Bill
Montford, who it looks like will
be our next senator. He said he
was planning to come and visit
Taylor Counry.
"We got to meet with the
head of department over
economic development for an
hour and we got to meet with
the commissioner of agriculture


Cub scout

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March 10
Cub Scount Pack 603 will
hold a car wash at Ragan's ACE
Hardware Saturday, March 10,
from 8:30 a.m. until 12 noon.
Donations are welcome to
help raise funds for the pack's
upcoming camp out and other
activities.

Library short

story contest

is accepting

entries now
The Friends of the Taylor
County Public Library's sixth
annual Short Story Contest is
accepting entries from local
authors.
The contest includes three
age categories: youth (grades
5 and below), student (grades
6-12) and adult.
The first place story in each
category will win $100 and
second place will receive $50.
The deadline for entries is
Friday, May 18
The contest is open to all
Taylor County Public Library
cardholders. The entry fee is
$5. Stories must be unpublished
and under 2,500 words. Content
should be kept to a "family
friendly" level.
A complete list of rules is;
available at the library.


for an hour," Huth said.
"Individually we would not
have been able to do that, but as
a group we could."
"It presents a united front
for the community with our
representatives and state
agencies," Brown said.
"It was a good mix of
meetings, legislators and
agencies important to Taylor


County like the Department of
Agriculture and the Department
of Economic Opportunity," Taff
added.
"The staff were all
exceedingly willing to
express support and help and
recognition for what Taylor
County has accomplished
with the vision and economic
development initiatives."


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B-1 Perry News-Herald


March 2-3, 2012


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Steinhatchee Fiddler Crab Festival 2012 solo winners (from left) Clay Brooker, John
Markham and Steven Flowers.

Steinhatchee's own Markham

makes the cut for Suwannee

River Jam final audition April 7


The Steinhatchee Fiddler
Crab Festival held Feb. 19
featured auditions for the
Suwannee River Jam with
three solo acts making the
cut to move forward to the
April 7 final audition at The
Spirit of the Suwannee Music
(SOSMP) in Live Oak.
Winners there will perform
during the largest jam in the
Southeast May 2-5 at the
SOSMP along with country
artists Trace Adkins, Randy
Travis, Joe Nichols, LoCash
Cowboys, Ashton Shepherd,
Josh Turner, Craig Morgan,
Justin Moore, Steve Holy and
Justin Case Band.


Two bands were chosen to
play at the Suwannee River
Jam without further audition.
They are Sondra Hunt & The
Stonebranch Band of Lake
Butler, and Terry Cole and
the Honkytonk Hitmen of
Brooksville.
Solo winners were Steven
Flowers of Gainesville, Clay
Brooker of Waldo and John
Markham of Steinhatchee and
Tampa.
All three solo winners will
compete in the final Suwannee
River Jam Talent final
audition April 7 at SOSMP
in Live Oak for a chance to
perform at the Suwannee


River Jam on the Amphitheater
stage.
Markham is a Steinhatchee
native who lives in Tampa, but
commutes back and forth to
work for his dad part-time when
he is not attending college or
traveling all over the U.S. with
his part-time job.
The last two Jam auditions
will be held at the Jacksonville
Landing in downtown
Jacksonville March 24 from 4-8
p.m. and Whisky River April 4
at the Markets at Town Centre
on the south side of Jacksonville
near 9A and J. Turner
Butler Blvd., beginning at
9 p.m.


PCT program at NFCC is


now accepting applications


When we open our eyes each
morning it doesn't come with a
trouble-free guarantee. The best
of days can collapse under the
weight of unexpected trouble. But,
in the midst of the most trying
circumstance most humans have
the ability to recognize what I call,
"aaaaah moments."
Most of us learned early on that
life comes with difficult days when
the sun doesn't shine bright enough
to overcome the gloom lurking in
our hearts. I remember some of
those childhood happenings that
threatened to mar days ahead. The
death of a precious pet was usually
the first introduction to emotional
pain.
So it was for me when my gentle
giant dog Renny met with the wheels
of a car. What was even sadder was
the fact that it was my mama's car.
As we mourned together the passing
of my best friend, she taught me to
separate my grief from the anger
that wanted to invade my mind.
Simply put...life happens and we
must learn to accept the good and
the bad.
From that initial encounter of loss
I have had many other happenings
that brought me down but somehow
deep inside the wisdom given by
Mama has allowed me to ride out the
present storm knowing that it would
eventually clear and blue skies would
once again reign in my life. Of course
riding out the storm can bring lots
of waves and sometimes the journey
seems endless. Nevertheless if we
stay on board we will reach a port
in life and we can change ships so
to speak!
One of the perks about growing
older is the value of hindsight. I
can attest that life is changeable.


Being the type of person who wants
everything in its place I admit it
causes me to struggle from time
to time. I've never claimed to be a
Pollyanna. Just ask those who know
me. I often take out the proverbial
soapbox to state my opinion. Or, as
Daddy always said, "Delores is on
her high-horse."
Would it be un-American of me to
state that I am "on my high-horse"
about the sad state of political
affairs being shown right now? Just
when I think we may have someone
to lead this great country, they let
me down with their lack of integrity.
We are definitely in some deep
storm waters, seemingly adrift. We
need a great-big aaah moment to
shore up all that we hold dear to our
hearts.
I believe my vote does count. So,
therefore, I will make my voice heard
during this election year. We must
approach this election with the same
lesson Mama taught me so many
years ago when I knew my life had
changed due to the death of my pet.
I believe there are some in America
who have the agenda to bury things
that we need to sustain ourselves as
a free nation. I mourn the loss, and
fight the desire to become angry at
the method they are choosing. This
is enough to motivate me to stand
up for freedom and calmly declare,
"You will not take away my aaah
moments in life, they are God-given
rights."
Let's make ourselves knowledgeable
of the issues and when the August
Primary and the General Election
arrives in November we can make
our voices heard. It will indeed be an
aaah moment to remember!
SDelores can be reached at
edmwalk@windstream.net


The Patient Care Technician
(PCT) program at North Florida
Community College (NFCC) is
currently accepting applications
for Fall Term 2012.
"Now is the time to enroll
and take care of application,
testing and program entrance
requirements. Classes begin
August 2012. The deadline to
apply is June 1," NFCC officials
said.
NFCC's patient care
technician program prepares
students to provide direct patient
care in a variety of health care
environments.
While working under the
supervision of a registered nurse,
patient care technicians often
have more contact with patients
than any other healthcare team
member, program coordinators


said.
Students receive additional
training as assistants in the
care of the elderly, physical
and respiratory therapy, and
may also receive additional
training in performance
of electrocardiograms and
phlebotomy.
Graduates of the program
are eligible to apply and take a
national certification exam as
a Patient Care Technician and
are eligible to take the Florida
Nursing Assistant Certification
exam.
The. PCT Program is a 600
hour course involving both
the theoretical classroom and
clinical learning environment.
NFCC's PCT program takes
one semester (approximately
five months) to complete. In


order to be considered for
admission into the program,
individuals must have a high
school diploma or GED.
Students are required to
complete the Test of Adult
Basic Education (TABE)
prior to making application to
enter the program. The TABE
is given regularly at the
NFCC campus and may be
scheduled by calling (850) 973-
9451.
Nursing and Allied Health
staff and faculty are available
to help prospective students
through the application and
enrollment process; contact
Debbie Bass at (850) 973-1662
or bassd@nfcc.edu.
Financial aid and scholarships
may be available to qualified
students.


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Entertainment


B-2 Perry News-Herald March 2-3,2012


SStory behind 'Act of Valor is



better than the fictional one


Did your favorites win?


The 84th annual Academy Awards provided a
night of nostalgia for movie fans as well as fans of
the Oscars.
Comedian Billy Crystal returned to host the
show for a ninth time while the academy doled
out the majority of its awards to two films which
both provided a look back at the early days of
filmmaking.
The art and majesty of film was a constant theme
throughout the production with several montages
of a variety of actors and filmmakers talking
about their favorite movies and earlier memories
involving films.
From what I've seen online in the days since the
Academy Awards, reaction was decidedly mixed,
with those who called the production boring and
old-fashioned being the same one who aren't happy
with a number of the winners, especially Meryl
Streep for Best Actress over the perceived favorite
Viola Davis.
Personally, I've never considered nostalgia to be
a four-letter word (it has nine!), so I enjoyed the
show, especially after the debacle last year with co-
hosts Anne Hathaway and James Franco.
Sure, many of Crystal's gags were tried and true,
but I laughed and he kept the showing moving
forward at a decent clip, or as fast as any three-plus
hour awards program can be.
As for my picks, I finished 13-8, which was one
off from my mark last year, but I had one of my
best years yet with the "major" awards, sweeping
the acting categories for the first time in six years,
while also nailing Best Director (after two misses)
and Best Picture (for the sixth consecutive year).
We have 24 categories to navigate, so let's get
to it.
Best Short Film, Live Action
Pick: none Award: "The Shore"
Best Short Film, Animated
Pick: none
Award: "The Fantastic Flying Books of
Mr. Morris Lessmore"
Best Documentary, Short Subjects
Pick: none Award: "Saving Face"
All of the short winners looked intriguing from
the few seconds we got to see during the show,
but none more so than "Saving Face," which tells
the dramatic story of women attacked by acid in
Pakistan and the plastic surgeon who is trying to
help them.
Best Documentary, Features
Pick: "Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory"
Award: "Undefeated"
In the end, football won out over the West
Memphis Three, making up for the fact that the
baseball-oriented "Moneyball" didn't pick up any
awards Sunday.
Best Foreign Language Film
Pick: "A Separation" Award: "A Separation"
Well, this is a bit embarrassing, but it appears
I left the Best Foreign Language Film category
out of my prediction column, so you're just
going to have to trust me that f picked Iran's "A
Separation." This is doubly bad considering that
after five consecutive misses in this category, I
finally picked it right. This was the first win for an
Iranian film and comes at a time when the simple
act of making a film in that country can lead to exile
or imprisonment. In fact, director Asghar Farhadi
was at one point banned by the government after he
praised other filmmakers who had been associated
with opposition parties. The ban was only lifted
after he apologized for his remarks. By the way,
based on online measurements, "A Separation" was
the best reviewed film of 2011.
Best Animated Feature Film
Pick: "Rango" Award: "Rango"
Despite the appearance of two underdog foreign
productions, the hilarious "Rango" went home with
the award as expected.
Best Achievement in Visual Effects
Pick: "Rise of the Planet of the Apes"
Award: "Hugo"
"Hugo" was my number one movie of 2011, and
still is even after it was single-handedly responsible
for six of my eight misses in this year's predictions.
Although it deserved to be recognized by the
academy, I have to say this was not one of the
categories it deserved to win. The work in "Apes"
was simply stunning, and even if it wasn't the one
to win, I'd have still given the award to "Harry
Potter" before "Hugo." For me, this was the biggest
upset of the night.
Best Achievement in Sound Editing
Pick: "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"
Award: "Hugo"
I picked "Tattoo" for the sound awards because
at the time, I didn't think it would win anywhere
else. It was a week later that I picked the film to win
Best Editing, becoming one of only a few who did.
Sadly, my first pick was "Hugo."
Best Achievement in Sound Mixing
Pick: "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"
'Award: "Hugo"
Best Original Song
Pick: "Man or Muppet" ("The Muppets")
Award: "Man or Muppet" ("The Muppets")
So what if I had a 50/50 shot at getting this
one right? I did. Sadly, the academy chose not to
perform either nominated song during the show.
Best Original Score
Pick: "The Artist" Award: "The Artist"


Best Achievement in Makeup
Pick: "The Iron Lady"
Award: "The Iron Lady"
It's fitting that J. Roy Helland, who won here
with Mark Coulier, was recognized for turning
Meryl Streep into Margaret Thatcher, considering
they have been working together since Streep's
performance in "Sophie's Choice."
Best Achievement in Costume Design
Pick: "Hugo" Award: "The Artist"
Wouldn't you know it? The one category I did
pick "Hugo" to win, it doesn't.
Best Achievement in Art Direction
Pick: "Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows, Pt. 2"
Award: "Hugo"
I said in my predictions that "Hugo" deserved
to win here, but I put (non-existent) money on
a legacy award for the folks behind the "Harry
Potter" movies.
Best Achievement in Cinematography
Pick: "The Tree of Life"
Award: "Hugo"
That'll show me to go with the guild awards, at
least with the smaller guilds whose members' votes
will be overshadowed by the academy membership
at large.
Best Achievement in Editing
Pick: "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"
Award: "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" '
Angus Wall and Kirk Baxter became rare two-
time consecutive Academy Award winners, having
won last year for "The Social Network," which was
also directed by David Fincher. This was considered
one of the bigger surprises at this year's event, but
with the faster pace and numerous flashbacks in
"Tattoo," I felt it was the one to beat.
Best Adapted Screenplay
Pick: "Moneyball"
Award: "The Descendants"
I felt good about my pick when it was published,
but then "The Descendants" won at the Writers
Guild Awards, which were announced two days
later. The win also gave us one of the funniest
moments of the night when co-writer Jim Rash
offered-a "loving tribute" to presenter Angelina
Jolie's infamous leg pose she was using all night.
Best Original Screenplay
Pick: "Midnight in Paris"
Award: "Midnight in Paris"
Although I still have not seen Woody Allen's
film, it had way too much momentum from previous
awards shows to ignore.
Best Director
Pick: Michel Hazanavicius ("The Artist")
Award: Michel Hazanavicius ("The Artist")
I've made the mistake the past two years of
picking against the Best Picture's director and was
not going to do that again this year. So, when I
became convinced "The Artist" was going to win,
this was an easy pick.
Best Supporting Actress
Pick: Octavia Spencer ("The Help")
Award: Octavia Spencer ("The Help")
There is usually at least one lock each year when
it comes to the acting awards. This year it was
Spencer, who won at just about every award show
which featured the category.
Best Supporting Actor
Pick: Christopher Plummer ("The Beginners")
Award: Christopher Plummer ("The Beginners")
Plummer became the oldest actor to win an
Academy Award at 82, only two years younger
than Oscar himself. The actor also gave one of
the best speeches of the night, noting that, "I have
a confession to make, when I first emerged from
my mother's womb, I was already rehearsing my
Academy thank you speech. But it was so long ago,
mercifully for you I've forgotten it."
Best Actress
Pick: Meryl Streep ("The Iron Lady")
Award: Meryl Streep ("The Iron Lady")
I always saw this race as a cqin flip between
Streep and Viola Davis, so I was not surprised when
Streep won, even though the actress herself seemed
like she was. The win has seemingly angered some
who were rooting for Davis, but despite the many
flaws in "The Iron Lady," Streep gave a powerful
performance.
Best Actor
Pick: Jean Dujardin ("The Artist")
Award: Jean Dujardin "The Artist")
As I said before, this was the first year I swept
all four acting awards. Honestly, Clooney's
performance in "The Descendants" is still my
favorite of the year, but these picks are about who I
think will win, not who I think should win.
Best Picture
Pick: "The Artist"
Award: "The Artist"
Six for six. Best Picture remains the only
category I have picked correctly all six years I have
been publishing my predictions. Although there
was an outside chance "The Descendants" could
have swept in here, the early going Sunday night
seemed to be leaning toward "Hugo," which at
one point led the eventual winner 5 to 1 in awards.
Soon, though, the awards began falling as they had
been (mostly) predicted and "The Artist" became
only the second silent film to win Best Picture.
Although no Oscar ceremony is perfect, Sunday's
effort was enjoyable, especially if you're a fan of
nostalgia.


Hollywood is notorious for playing fast and
loose with the facts when it comes to telling
stories about real people or events.
Even with fictional stories, the details of real-
life concepts can easily get lost. When it comes to
military films, that's just about a given.
So when directors Mike McCoy and Scott
Waugh set out to make a film about Navy SEALs
by spending time with the men themselves, it
became clear the SEALs were not very optimistic
about how they would be portrayed in the eventual
film.
So the co-directors made a deal
with the Navy. Their movie would
star the actual SEAL members
in the lead roles as essentially
themselves.
That movie, "Act of Valor,"
is probably the most accurate
portrayal of our elite military forces
in action outside a documentary. If
only the script provided a better
backdrop to showcase their skills.
The film follows the fictional
troop as they are sent on a series
of highly dangerous missions
to stop a deadly terrorist plot.
The action begins when a
CIA operative is kidnapped in
Central America, leading to the discovery of a
connection between a terrorist cell and a drug
cartel which is attempting to smuggle them into
the U.S.
All in all, the story plays out like a Tom Clancy
novel, and indeed the best-selling author worked
on the film's novelization.
I made the comment a few weeks ago that CIA
thrillers have become predictable in how the
establishment is almost always the bad guy in
the end. The same could be said by many of the
Hollywood movies about the military in recent
years. That's probably why the Navy was insistent
on the amount of involvement it had here.
Sure, the story is a bit simple, but honestly, it
feels rather refreshing. It may sound un-PC, but
it was enjoyable to sit back and watch our highly
trained guys kill the bad guys. Honestly, it was
nice to have bad guys for a change, instead of


FEB. 22-MARCH 18
Faith, family and Ed Sullivan
fight for space in the Pazinskis'
cramped upstate NewYork
apartment when "Over the
Tavern" comes to the Hippodrome
Theatre in Gainesville.The
youngest of the Pazinski bunch,
12-year-old Rudy, is a smart,
precocious kid who's starting to
question his family's values and
the Roman Catholic Church.
When he announces to the
ruler-wielding Sister Clarissa
that instead of being confirmed
he'd rather shop around for
a more "fun" religion, all heck
breaks loose. Ticket prices vary
depending on showtime and
date. For more information, visit
thehipp.org.
FEB. 23-MARCH 11
Tallahassee Little Theatre
presents the classic courtroom
drama "12 Angry Men" about a
jury struggling to decide the guilt
or innocence of a young man
charged with murdering his father.
Showtimes are March 2-3 and
9-10 at 8 p.m. and March 4 and
11 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $21 for
adults or $17 for students and
seniors, and can be purchased by
calling 850-224-8474. The theatre
is located at 1861 Thomasville
Rd, in Tallahassee.
FEB. 24-MARCH 4
The Young Actors Theatre
presents 'To Kill a Mockingbird."


misunderstood morally ambiguous guys who
probably would have been good guys if it wasn't
for something horrible we did to them.
And it is definitely more compelling knowing
the guys we're watching on the screen are some
of the ones who are out there every day making
sure the bad guys (the real ones) don't succeed.
The action sequences were filmed during actual
SEAL training missions, so there's an element of
realism that is unmatched by most films.
Aside from the SEALs, the rest of the characters
are played by actors, and for the
most part they do suitable jobs in
their roles considering there's no
star power involved.
No, the stars are the SEAL
members themselves, who are not
named in the credits to protect
their identities.
It needs to be said upfront that
these guys are soldiers and not
actors, so their performances are
uneven at,best. It's similar to when
director Clint Eastwood insisted
on having Hmong Americans play
key roles in his "Gran Torino,"
and many were untrained actors
at best. That film, however, had a
much better script.
I wasn't bothered by the somewhat simplified
view of war in "Act of Valor," the us versus them
mentality. But you still need to have dialogue
that isn't one cliche after another. I honestly felt
bad for the SEAL members having to read some
of their lines. And it definitely didn't help their
performances.
I also question the need for some of the early
voice-over narration which essentially gives away
a crucial plot development later on.
"Act of Valor" isn't out to try to make a grand
statement about war or conflict. Its goal is to
showcase some of the country's elite fighting
forces and what they do each and every day to
keep Americans safe. In that case, it succeeds.
If only it was a better movie at the same
time.
The film is rated R for strong violence including
some torture, and for language.


Set in the small town of
Maycomb, Ala., during the
Depression, Harper Lee's Pulitzer
Prize-winning story follows three
years in the life of Scout Finch,
her brother, Jem, and their father,
Atticus. Advance ticket prices
are: $14 for children under 12,
$16 for students and senior
citizens, and $18 for adults.
Tickets can be purchased by
calling 850-386-6602, ext. 2.
Remaining showtimes are March
2-4 at 7:30 p.m. and March 4 at
2 p.m.The theatre is located at
609 Glenview Dr. in Tallahassee.
For more information, visit www.
youngactorstheatre.com.
FEB. 24-MARCH 4
Sleep will be hard to find
in Quincy Music Theatre's
production of "Once Upon a
Mattress," a humorous tweaking
of the fairy tale, 'The Princess
and the Pea'" Queen Aggravain
has ruled that none may marry
until her son, Prince Dauntless,
marries. However, she has
managed to sabotage every
princess that comes along. Will
Winnifred the Woebegone be able
to pass the Queen's supposedly
impassable sensitivity test? For
tickets, visit www.qmt.org or call
850-875-9444 between 10 a.m.
and 2 p.m. Evening shows are
7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturdays,
and matinees are at 2:30 p.m.
on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets
are $17 for adults and $14 for
seniors/students/military.


MARCH 11
The Artist Series of Tallahassee
presents enhake in concert at
4 p.m. in Opperman Hall on
the FSU campus. The enhake
quartet, whose name refers to the
Creek and Seminole Indian word
for "sound" or "call," is comprised
of a unique instrumentation
consisting of clarinet, violin,
cello and piano. The group was
established in 2007 at FSU,
where the four members studied
and met. General admission
tickets are available at the door or
by calling 850-224-9934. Prices
are $30 for adults and $10 for
students (13+). Performances are
free to students 12 and under.
For more information, visit www.
theartistseries.org.
MARCH 11
The Tallahassee Bach Parley
will join forces with Saint John's
Episcopal Church and the FSU
College of Music to present
guest artists Echoing Air, an
early music vocal ensemble that
performs with period instruments.
The concert will be held at 3 p.m.
at St. John's Episcopal Church,
located at 211 North Monroe
Street in Tallahassee. Bach Parley
concerts are open to the public.
A minimum donation of $5 is
suggested for this Tallahassee
Bach Parley guest artist concert,
and free childcare is available.
For more information, visit www.
tallahasseebachparley.org.


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DEADLINES:
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AUCTION at Rosehead Junction 1st
Friday of every month. First sale March
2, 2012, starts at 6 p.m. Food by
Roseheads will be available. Call for
information or consignment (850) 672-
9800. Auctioneer Col. Gary Bonney AB
2011-AU2021, 10% BR
02/29 03/02



RELAY FOR LIFE, yard sale. Saturday,
March 3 at 8 a.m. Union Hall on Old
Dixie. Also, baked good, food, face
painting. Something for everyone.
03/02


EXTREMELY LARGE MULTI-FAMILY
YARD SALE, SATURDAY, March 3rd.
8:00-2:00. NO EARLY BIRDS!
Thousands of items with an original
retail value of well over $50,000 being
sold at a fraction of the cost. Adult &
Children Name Brand Clothing (All
Sizes + 100's of Jeans & Purses),
Jewelry, Tools, Baby Items, Electronics,
Kitchen & Bath Ware, Toys, Games,
Appliances and much more. This is the
Yard Sale to beat ALL others. Boxes
and boxes of brand new books great
for home schoolers and early education
classrooms like new! Something for
EVERYONE. Location & Direction:
1977 Dice Rd, take US 19 to Us 98 and
Dice is the road along the side of Deal's
Oyster House for additional info call
(850) 223-2762.

Dice/Kinsey Road Community Yard
Sale, March 3, 2012, 8 a.m. until.
Aquariums, bird cages,
preschool/nursery chairs, student
desks, entertainment center, recliner,
clothes and MUCH MORE.
02/29 03/02

Big yard sale at 2780 W. Page Rd. off
Woods Creek, Saturday 8-noon, No
early birds. Lots of household items
and furniture, clothes and knick-
knacks.
03/02
Yard sale. Corner of Ash and Johnson
Stripling Road., Saturday from 7:30
a.m. until. Boys, girls, and women's
clothes, books and what knots.
03/02

Indoor/outdoor garage sale. St. James
Episcopal Church, 1100 W. Green.
Saturday, 8-2. Furniture, house wares,
lamps, large and small appliances,
S knick-knack's, bedding, sinks, toilets,
linens.
03/02, SJEC

"Now Open" Jeans & More. Quality
men's & women's clothing. Men's jeans
from $8 to $15, Carhartt & Redwing
steel toe work boots $107, Men's suits
$50. Women's clothes, dress to casual.
This week's special: women's new
athletic shoes $10 a pair. We have
Sworavski jewelry and much more to
see. Located downtown on Green
Street, open Thursday, Friday,
Saturday.
02/24, 03/02

Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. until? 3498
Hwy. 19 South (Taylor Storage Center
across from Taylor Tech.) Dell computer
with Windows XP Pro with 30 day
warranty, heater, Air soft gun, knives,
swords, stroller, car seats, toys, DVDs,
VCR tapes, books, living room chair,
dining table and 2 chairs, home
security system, computer desk,
apartment size refrigerator/microwave
combo, small appliances, new and
used tools, John Deere items,
magnetic bracelets, lighthouse lamp,
adult tricycles, fashion jewelry, baby
clothes, much more.
JH 03/02

Family yard sale. Saturday, March 3
from 9 a.m. until, at Perry Repo Outlet,
3409 US Hwy. 19 South next to
Everetts Mobile Home Park. Tools,
marine parts, men's and women's
clothing, too much to list. NO early
birds! Rain or shine!
03/02, PRC


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Moving sale. Saturday and Sunday,
March 3 and March 4 at 1306 S. Center
Street from 7 a.m. until. Wheelchairs,
furniture, appliances, odds and ends.
03/02

Next Generation Christian Academy is
have a yard sale Saturday, March 3
from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. We are located
behind Fast Freddies gas station. Rain
or Shine!
03/02

Yard Sale Saturday corner of Lyman'
Hendry Rd and 221 North from 7:30
until. There will be clothes, tools,
jewelry, crystal and knives.
03/02



Whirlpool Washer, large capacity $175.
Magic Chef Electric Stove, excellent
condition $175. Call 584-2650 or 491-
5877
03/02 3/07

GE dryer $100 or best offer. 2003, 14'
G3 Aluminum boat/15 HP 2 cycle
Mercury, 5200 Ib. thrust trolling motor,
gas tank, line and anchor $2000. White
4 burner gas stove, excellent condition
$200. Glass/wicker dining set with 4
chairs $125. Dark oak China hutch $50.
Miscellaneous crystal glasses, dish
sets, lamps, etc. Moving must sell. By
appointment only, 371-1179 or 295-
2640.
03/02


12 Ft Stock Trailer, standard height, fair
condition (some rust) $1500, call 584-
3553, leave message.
03/02
For sale. Queen size mattress and box
springs very good condition. Call 843-
0214.
02/29 03/02

Blueberries, Figs, Grapes, Japanese
Persimmons, Plums, Pomegranates.
Abe Whitfield, Turkey Roost Nursery,
584-7395.
02/15 03/09, DW

You can be a CNA. Quest Training has
resumed classes. No GED or high
school diploma required if age 18.
Registered nurse instructor, day and
evening classes, (386) 362-1065.
02/22 03/09

Cash for junk cars and trucks. 7 days a
week. Call 386-658-1030 or 904-887-
8513.
02/08 05/04

We
Buy
Scrap
Metal and Junk
Cars
850-838-5865
RC, tfn



Peacocks for sale. Small Beagle to a
good home. Call 584-4374 or 843-
1474.
02/24 03/01



4 BD, 2 BA Jacobsen modular home in
Perry in El Rancho Subdivision right off
of Miller Rd. $4,500 down and $610 per
mo. Owner has financing, call (352)
493-9600 or, after 6 p.m. call (352) 262-
4531.
TMH
tfn


Don't pay to much for your home until
you call C&G in Chiefland at (352)
490-7422 or (877) 372-4941. Lowest
Prices Highest Quality.
03/02 03/07, CG

Own your land, have an old mobile
home and want a new modular home
with no money down at 4%, call (352)
493-9600 or, after 6 p.m. call (352)
262-4531.
TMH, tfn

Why pay rent when you can own this
32x60, 3 bed/2bath with family room
and corner fireplace only $359 per
month, W.A.C. Call (352) 490-7422 or
(877) 372-4941.
03/02 03/07, CG

Great starter home 28x44, 3bed/2bath.
includes delivery, setup, AC/heat, code
steps, skirting only $285 per month,
W.A.C. Call (352) 490-7422 or (877)
372-4941 for more information.
03/02 03/07, CG

2012 4 BD, 2 BA Jacobsen home on 2
acres in Deerwood at the Beaches on
Blacktail Way. Only $3,500 down and
$512 per month. Call (352) 262-4531.
TMH
tfn

Save thousands on 2007 Scotbuilt
repo., 28x54, 3bed/2bath with porch
only $345 per month, P&I, W.A.C. Call
(352) 490-7422 or (877) 372-4941
03/02 03/07
CG


Our loss, your gain a 2009 Jacobsen
Triple-wide 4 br, 3 bth 2400 sq. ft. model
#7604 & a 2011 32x68 3 BD, 2 BA
2100 sq. ft. Model #46410w. Will
-entertain all offers, call (352) 493-9600.
or, after 6 p.m. call (352) 262-4531.
TMH, tfn

Repo 2011 Scotbuilt, 28x76, 3
bed/2bath separate dining room,
including front porch only $415 per
month P&l, W.A.C. Call (352) 490-7422
or (877) 372-4941
03/02 03/07, CG

REPOS, REPOS, REPOS AT GREAT
PRICES ON 3 AND 5 BEDROOM
HOMES READY FOR YOUR LAND.
CALL (352) 493-9600 or, AFTER 6
PM. CALL (352) 262-4531.
TMH, tfn

4 BD, 2 BA 2012 Jacobsen delivery &
, set up on your land with 10% down or
your trade in. Owner has financing for
good or bad credit $536 per month for
20 years 9.5%. Call (352) 262-4531.
TMH, tfn



Whispering Pines, 2 bedroom, 1 bath.
$430 per month, $200 deposit, call
838-6336.
02/29 03-02

For rent. 2 bedroom, 2 bath single wide.
No pets. For sale, 2 bedroom single
wide fixer upper to be moved $600. Call
584-4114.
02/22- 3/1

RV spot. Includes city water, sewage,
power and cable. Not in park, off US 98.
$350 per month. Call (727) 433-4514
02/08 02/24, JP :

1 bedroom apartment for rent. Call
(850) 838-7372.
02/22 03/16

Office space for lease. 224 N. Jefferson
Street. Will alter to suit. On-site parking.
Up to 2,000 sq. ft. $900 per month,
SAH Properties. Call (850) 656-6340.
KS, tfn

Apartment for rent. 1 bedroom, 1 bath.
everything included, water garbage,
electricity, cable with HBO. Everything
furnished. $245 weekly, $850 monthly.
317 N. Byron Butler Pkwy. Skylark
Motel. 850-672-0973.
LS,tfn

Glenridge
This beautifully remodeled spacious
one level Spanish style 3 bedroom, 3
bath house has a unique, open floor
plan with lots of glass, a formal
living/dining room, den with fireplace,
TV room, screened patio and 2 car
garage. $1,200 per month. Call (850)
545-6642.
CC, tfn

Room for rent in 3 bedroom mobile
home, full usage. Cable, washer, dryer,
kitchen. Off North 19 just outside City
limits $110 per week. Call (850) 843-
0883
02/08 02/24,
JP


FOR LEASE Immaculate 2/2, central
H/A, newly renovated w/new kitchen &
bath cabinets, counter tops, sinks,
furnished or unfurnished, covered
porches, no water or garbage fees.
Must see, better than most. Limit of 2
non-smoking adults only, no pets. $600
monthly plus damage dep. 584-3681
PF, tfn

STEINHATCHEE PLACE RESORT.
Furnished 1 and 2 bedroom
apartments for rent $600 to $800.
Included with rent is full cable t.v.,
Internet, hot tub, one block, one block
to river and new boat landing. Call 352-
498-7740 if no answer 813-677-9640.
SPR, tfn

Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included from monthly $595
(required $45 deposit), $165 weekly or
$40 daily (tax included). 317 N. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-672-0973.
LS, tfn

Woodrldge Apartments
Accepting applications for 1, 2, and 3
BR HC and Non-HC accessible
apartments. HUD vouchers
considered. Call 850-584-5668.709 W
Church St., Perry, FL 32348 TDD 711.
"This institution is an equal opportunity
provider, and employer."
WA, tfn

Westgate Rooms available for rent.
refrigerator, microwave, TV w/cable,
AC/Heater. Everything included. $165
weekly, $40 daily, $595-$635 per
month. Call 850-672-0973.
LS, tfn
TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
--Under New Management --
2- 3 BR apartments available.
Special Move-In Pkg. Rent
based on income. Water/Gas
furnished. On-site Laundry.
Close to City/Water Parks,
Boys & Girls Club, and
Shopping Plazas. Public
Transportation available.
Call 850-584-6842.
TDD 711, EHO.
--- Section-8 Affordable Multifamily -
Housing
tfn

RV sites $20 daily, $100 weekly, $350
monthly. Tax included. 1627 S. Byron
Butler Pkwy. 850-299-6554.
LS, ffn



Beach house at Dark Island, $250K,
90% financing available. Call (850)
672-4253.
03/02

House for sale. REDUCED 4 bedroom,
2 bath, real hardwood floors. Asking
$75,500. Call 843-1301.

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.
EF, tfn



2007 Honda Accord.4 doors less than
75,000 miles, 36 mpg, excellent
condition, asking $12,500. Call (850)
584-3694 or (850) 371-0266
02/22 03/02

1994 Honda Civic
1995 Chevrolet Blazer 4x4
1995 Toyota 4 Runner
2002 Nissan Sentra
2000 Hyundai
Call for details (850) 948-4869.
02/08 03/0o


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call 658-5627 or visit
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background checks required.
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approved by the Board of Pharmacy.
Drug test and background check will
be required. Apply in person at
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We also grind stumps. Call today 838-
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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice
Is hereby given that the undersigned,
pursuant to the fictitious name
statute, chapter 20953 or Section
865.09, Florida Statutes, 1941. will
register with the Secretary of State,
Corporation Division, Tallahassee,
Florida, upon receipt of proof of
publication of this notice the fictitious
name, to wit: Holt Hauling and
Transportation under which we/I will
engage In business. I/we expect to
engage In business in Perry, Florida
and our address Is: 4480 Harrison Blue


Rd., Perry, Florida 32347.
The extent of ownership Is: Anthony T.
Holt 100%.


TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice
Is hereby given that the undersigned,
pursuant to the fictitious name
statute, chapter 20953 or Section
865.09, Florida Statutes, 1941, will
register with the Secretary of State,
Corporation Division, Tallahassee,
Florida, upon receipt of proof of
publication of this notice the fictitious
name, to wit: Dorothy's Gift Boutique
& More under which we/I will engage
In business. I/we expect to engage In
business in Perry, Florida and our
address Is: 1000 S. Jefferson St., Perry,
Florida 32347.
The extent of ownership Is: Dorothy
Strawter 100%.


NOTICE
Notice is hereby given pursuant to
Section 2.13 of the City Charter of the
City of Perry, Florida, that Ordinance
No. 902 was ADOPTED by the City
Council on February 28, 2012.
ORDINANCE NO. 902
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
PERRY, FLORIDA, AUTHORIZING CITY
INCENTIVES TO INDIVIDUALS
PURCHASING THEIR HOMESTEAD
PROPERTY WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 897 AND
ALL OTHER ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
Robert A. Brown Jr.,
City Manager
Emily Weed Ketring
Mayor


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
In Re; The Estate of:
WILBER MILLER, Case No. 12-
114-CP
a/k/a WILBUR MILLER,
Deceased.


____/
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an Order


of Summary Administration has been
entered In the Estate of WILBER
MILLER, a/k/a WILBUR MILLER,
deceased, File Number 12-114-CP, by
the Circuit Court for Taylor County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address
of which Is Post Office Box 620, Perry,
Florida 32348; that the decedentis
date of death was March 25, 2011;
that the total value of the estate Is
less than $75,000.00 and that the
name and address of those to whom
It has been assigned by such order
are:
Edwin Clemons, 2508 Jefferson Road,
Tallahassee, FL 32317
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the
decedent and persons having claims
or demands against the estate of the
decedent other than those for whom
provision for full payment was made
in the Order of Summary
Administration must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice Is: MARCH 2, 2012.
SMITH & SMITH
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, P.A.
MICHAEL S. SMITH
Attorney for Personal Representative
Florida Bar No. 169621
P.O. Drawer 579
Perry, Florida 32348
Telephone: (850) 584-3812
Fax: (850) 584-7148
EDWIN CLEMONS
Personal Representative
2508 Jefferson Road
Tallahassee, FL 32317
B00269-134857


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,
FLORIDA
BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST
COMPANY,
Plaintiff,
v. Case No. 09-754 CA
JAVIER AVILA,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION


TO: JAVIER AVILA
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Foreclosure
Complaint has been filed against you
and all parties claiming Interests by
through, under or against Defendant,
JAVIER AVILA and ECONFINA
PRESERVE PROPERTY OWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC. and a prayer
contained within the Complaint
demands judgment foreclosing a lien
on the following described property:
A parcel of land located In the
County of Taylor, State of Florida, and
known as:
DESCRIPTION (TRACT #13)
A part of Section 23, Township 2
South, Range 7 East, Taylor County,
Florida being more particularly
described as:
Commence at a concrete
monument marking the Southeast
corner of Section 23, Township 2
South, Range 7 East, Taylor County,
Florida and run North 00 degrees 21
minutes 02 seconds-West, along the
East boundary of said Section 23, a
distance of 3659.79 feet to a point,
thence leaving the East boundary of
said Section 23, run South 69 degrees
47 minutes 35 seconds West, a
distance of 1701.75 feet to a point In
the centerline of an 80 foot wide
roadway, utility and drainage
easement (McMullen Bridge Road),
thence South 04 degrees 28 minutes
31 seconds West, along the
centerline of said McMullen Bridge
Road, a distance of 130.83 feet to a
point, thence leaving the centerline
of said McMullen Bridge Road, run
South 78-degrees 17 minutes 28
seconds West, a distance of 1002.33
feet to a point, thence South 67
degrees 45 minutes 40 seconds West,
a distance of 1955.41 feet for a POINT
OF BEGINNING, thence from said
POINT OF BEGINNING continue South
67 degrees 45 minutes 40 seconds
West, a distance of 998.96 feet to a
point on the West boundary of said
Section 23, thence North 00 degrees
22 minutes 47 seconds West, along
the West boundary of said Section 23,
a distance of 735.07 feet to a point
on the Southerly right-of-way line of
County Road 14, said point being on
a curve concave to the South,
thence run in a Northeasterly
direction along said right-of-way line
and curve having a radius of 2814.93
feet through a central angle of 16
degrees 36 minutes 17 seconds for an
arc distance of 815.79 feet (chord of
said arc being North 64 degrees 01
minutes 33 seconds East, a distance
of 812.93 feet) to a point, thence
leaving the right-of-way line of said


County Road 14, run South 15
degrees 51 minutes 46 seconds East,
a distance of 252.23 feet to a point,
thence South 15 degrees 25 minutes
19 seconds East, a distance of 487.96
feet to the Point of Beginning.
SUBJECT TO A 15 foot wide utility
easement over and across the
Northerly 15 feet thereof and Westerly
15 feet thereof.
ALSO SUBJECT TO A 15 foot wide
utility easement over and across the
Easterly 7.50 feet thereof, and
Southerly 7.50 feet thereof.
Together with (i) all buildings,
Improvements, hereditaments, and
appurtenances thereunto
appertaining, as far as they may
belong to or be used in connection
with the occupancy of any building
existing or to be constructed on such
property; (ii) all fixtures, equipment
and accessions and attachments
thereto attached or used in
connection with the operation of
such property, and all replacements,
additions, and betterments to or of
any of the foregoing: (1ii) all rights in
easements, rights of way, rights of
access, water rights and courses,
sewer rights and other rights
appertaining thereto; (Iv) all as-
extracted collateral Including without
limitation all gas, oil and mineral rights
of every nature and kind, all timber to
be cut and all other rights
appertaining thereto; and (v) all
leases, rents and profits therefrom.
The real property, buildings,
Improvements, fixtures, equipment,
accessions thereto, appurtenances
and all replacements and additions
thereof and thereto, all leases and
rents therefrom, and all other
collateral described above are
hereinafter referred to as the
"Property."
YOU ARE REQUIRED to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Verified
Amended Complaint on Hunter G.
Norton, Esquire, of Shumaker, Loop &
Kendrick, LLP, P.O. Box 49948,
Sarasota, Florida 34230, on or before
30 days from the date of the first
publication of this Notice. If you fall to
do so, Judgment by Default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Verified Amended
Complaint.
THIS NOTICE shall be published once
a week for two consecutive weeks in
the Taco Times.
DATED: This 15 day of February, 2012,
at Taylor County, Florida.
CLERK OF COURT
By Marti Lee DC
Clerk of Court


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Aries, you typically have a lot of energy
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TAURUS Apr 21/May 21
Taurus, you won't necessarily feel
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Virgo, you're energy and attention span is
a bit scattered this week but could be just
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things. Experiment with fun activities.

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Libra, you have an uncanny ability to tune
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You can put this knowledge to work at
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getting through a rough time. You may
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comfort and help your loved one needs
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Put your creative energy to good use,
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hobby to keep you busy.

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change for a vacation fund.

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Don't fret, Aquarius. People are paying
attention to you even if they seem
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opportunity to be on your best behavior
this week.

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Pisces, it may seem like a struggle right
now, but you will find out that almost any
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