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i reuy News-Herald
November 2-:, 2012


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\OFALL
BACK!
STANDARD TIME RESUMES


Don't forget to fall
back!
Don't forget to "fall back"
this Sunday, Nov. 4, one hour
as Daylight Savings Time
comes to an end. At 2 a.m.,
the time will return to 1 a.m.
and begin moving forward
again, resulting in an earlier
sundown but also an extra
hour of sleep for everyone.

Huge yard sale today
at Senior Center
The Taylor County Senior
Citizens Center will hold an
indoor/outdoor yard sale
today (Friday), starting at
7 a.m. Proceeds will benefit
the non-profit center's meals
program.

Ball concert to
benefit Operation:
Troop Aid
Grammy Award winner
David Ball will be performing
at the Perry Elks Lodge on
Friday, Nov. 16, to benefit
Operation: Troop Aid.
The concert begins at
8 p.m. and tickets are $15
per individual and $25 per
couple.
Ball, who performed at the
56th annual Florida Forest
Festival in 2011, has a bevy
of number one hits, including
'Thinking Problem,' "Look
What Followed Me Home"
and "Riding with Private
Malone.'
To purchase tickets, call
850-838-7623 or email
bpoel851 @fairpoint.net.

Win tickets to the
UF/FSU game
Want to go to the big
game? The Perry Rotary
Club is offering chances to
win two tickets to the Florida/
Florida State football game
on Saturday, Nov. 24.
Tickets are available for
a $5 donation and can be
purchased from any Rotarian.
The football tickets are
located in Section 13 of Doak
Campbell Stadium.
Proceeds from the event
will benefit the Perry Rotary
Club and its Rosehead Park
Splash Pad project.
The drawing will be held
Tuesday, Nov. 13.

Informational
meeting planned
Sunday for Miss
Forestry Pageant
An informational meeting
on the upcoming Miss Taylor
County Forestry Scholarship
Pageant will be held Sunday,
Nov.4.
The pageant is open to all
ages (from baby to Mrs.) and
all interested persons are
invited to meet at the Perry
Woman's Club, starting at 2
p.m.

Phillips speaks
Tuesday
Horace "Bud" Phillips will
share the history of the U.S.
Air Force during the Tuesday,
Nov. 6, meeting of American
Legion Post 96. The meeting
will begin at 7 p.m. Everyone
is welcome.



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Lee is indicted for first degree



murder in death of Derek Dixon


Raymond Mark Lee


Raymond Mark Lee,
51, has been indicted for
first degree murder in the
death of 44-year-old Derek
Lamont Dixon, whose body
was found in a wooded area
off U.S. Highway 98 in
September.
Lee has been held at the
Taylor County Jail without
bond since his initial arrest
Sept. 13 in connection with
the case. At that time, he


was charged with tampering
with evidence and violation
of probation.
Last Wednesday, a grand
jury handed down an
indictment against Lee for
first degree murder as well
as two counts of tampering
with evidence.
Judge James Roy
Bean has ordered arrest
affidavits tied to the case
sealed, limiting the amount


Early voting ends Saturday;


General Election is Tuesday


With the 2012 General
Election still four days
away, 12 percent of Taylor
County's voters have
already cast their ballots
early with many more
expected over the final two
days of the early voting
period.
According to Taylor
County Supervisor
of Elections Dana
Southerland, 1,557 people
had voted early by Thursday
afternoon.
"It's been a steady
stream coming through,"
Southerland said. "The
busiest days are usually the
last two."
Early voting began
Saturday, Oct. 27, and ends
Saturday, Nov. 3, at 7 p.m.
The county has a way
to go, however, if it is
going to reach the early
voting numbers of the 2008
General Election, which
saw 21 percent of Taylor
County voters casting their


ballots early.
Early voting is available
from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.
in Southerland's office,
located on the second floor
of the county courthouse.
Any registered voter in the
county can vote early in
lieu of going to the polls
Tuesday.


IT'S YOUR RIGHT


a 01 2


Southerland also reminds
those who received absentee
ballots to be sure to return
them before 7 p.m. on
election night.
"About 40 percent of the
absentee ballots are still
out," she said.
"If you don't vote early


or by absentee ballot, come
out to the polls on Tuesday,"
Southerland said. "In 2008,
we had a total voter turnout
of 72 percent and I want to
beat that."
Voters are reminded
that photo and signature
identification are required
by Florida law. If the
picture ID does not contain
the signature of the voter,
an additional identification
which provides the voter's
signature will be required.
Valid identifications
include: Florida
driver's license, Florida
identification card (issued
by the state), U.S. passport,
debit or credit card, military
ID, student ID, retirement
center ID, neighborhood
association ID and public
assistance ID.
Election night results
will be available once the
polls close at 7 p.m. and can
be found online at www.
taylorelections.com.


Ghoulish Fun


Staff at Buckeye Community Federal Credit Union went all out for Halloween this year again,
presenting Dr. Frankenstein and his monster, along with several Brides of Frankenstein and others. At
the Perry-Taylor County Chamber of Commerce, they were awarded for Best Overall Group Costume.
Shown above are (from I to r): Sondra Shaw, Brenda Stalans, Sherry Strickland, Lynn Bennett, Whella
Cannon, Thorter Williams, Terri Collins, Cynthia Nowlin and Diana Briggs.



City recognized for excellence in


financial reporting for 23rd year


At a time when fiscal
responsibility has taken
on new meaning, the
City of Perry has continued
"to take the lead in
excellence in financial
reporting"-receiving an
internationally recognized
Certified of Achievement
in accounting for the 23rd
straight year.
"This is the highest
form of recognition in
governmental accounting
and financial reporting,"


City Manager Bob Brown
said.
The Certificate of
Achievement for Excellence
in Financial Reporting
was awarded to the city
by the Government
Finance Officers
Association (GFOA) for
its comprehensive annual
financial report (CAFR).
"It's attainment
represents a significant
accomplishment by the
city and its management,"


Brown noted.
An Award of Financial
Reporting Achievement
was also awarded to
City Financial Director
Penny Staffney
for taking the lead in
preparing the award-
winning CAFR.
A formal presentation
will be made at an upcoming
meeting of the Perry City
Council.
The CAFR was
judged "by an impartial


of information released
regarding the circumstances
of Dixon's death.
However, in the
indictment order, the grand
jury charged that Lee, on or
about Sept. 8, "unlawfully
and from a premeditated
design... did kill Dixon
by beating him with a
blunt hard object, thereby
inflicting...mortal wounds
and injuries."


The second count of the
indictment charged that Lee
"having knowledge that an
investigation... was pending
or about to be instituted, did
unlawfully and intentionally
alter, destroy, conceal or
remove... to-wit: human
remains, with the purpose
of impairing its verity
or availability in such
"*** Please see page 5


Supervisor of Elections Dana Southerland
reminds voters that General Election results will
be displayed in the courtroom located on the
third floor of the courthouse Tuesday evening.


Arrest


made in


armed


robbery

One arrest has been made
in the armed robbery of a
local auto parts store and
more arrests are anticipated,
according to investigators
with the Perry Police
Department (PPD).
Jacques Freeman, 19,
was charged with one
count of armed robbery
after information developed
through the initial
investigation led to his
identification.
The robbery happened
Oct. 7 at O'Reilly Auto
Parts on South Byron
Butler Parkway around
7:30 a.m.
Freeman was picked
out of a photo line-up and
charged with the crime.
Additional subjects are
being sought in relation to
the robbery and investigators
said they anticipate more
arrests "soon."
Anyone with information
regarding the robbery
is asked to contact Det.
Dwight Norris at 584-
5121. Callers may remain
anonymous.
A weapon was seized
in connection to the case.
It has been sent to the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLE) Crime
Lab for processing.


panel to meet the high
standards of the program
including demonstration
as constructive spirit of
full disclosure to clearly
communicate its financial
story ad motivate potential
users and user groups to
read the CAFR." association
officials said.
The GFOA is a
non-profit professional
association serving some
17.500 government
financial professionals.


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Looking Back......... A-2
Living ..................... A-4
Religion.................. A-6
Sports .................... A-8


Entertainment........ A-9
TV guide .............. A-11
Classifieds............. B-5


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Back


Perry Woman's Club travels


Memory Lane with Rowell


' Auley Rowell, a sixth generation Taylor
Countian, took members of the Perry Woman's
Club down Memory Lane during their October
meeting.
Using photographs compiled by Hugh
Rountree, Rowell toured members around Perry,
circa 1906, using an aerial view which showed
First Presbyterian Church (now Beggs Funeral
Home), the old bank (which became Perry Office
Supply), Peacock Hotel, the old jail and the former
courthouse.
Rowell also shared photographs of Buckeye in


its early stages, and Burton Schwartz, reminding
all, "It was the largest cypress sawmill in the
world."
Pictures of Tyson Drug Store were featured,
along with images of the Monticello to Perry
Railroad from 1927.
Always a highlight of any historical presentation,
the Temple Theatre was pictured in its former
glory, along with the Perry Grocery Company
and even the Perry Woman's Club.
"Ahhhhh," members explained, looking at their
building with a fresh perspective on history.


AgCance at t-heyast


THE PERRY
NEWS-HERALD


October 20, 1977

CHARISE WILLIAMS
NAMED QUEEN!
Miss Charise Williams
was crowned queen of the
Florida Forest Festival, with
Miss June Kelly named
Miss Congeniality. The
court also included Debbie
Mathis, Debbie Glover,


Connie Walker and Cynthia
New.

PERRY METER MAID
SHOT IN QUINCY
Lena Murphy, "familiar
to motorists in Perry as
meter maid for the past
nine years," was at home
recuperating from a gunshot
wound suffered in Quincy
when she was held as a
hostage. Walter Knight of
Midway was seen taking


sunglasses from a pharmacy
in Quincy. Knight shot the
Quincy policeman who
approached him in the
store and then put a .357
magnum pistol to Murphy's
collarbone and fired. The
.38 slug passed "all the
way through her," the front
page article reported. The
Gadsden County sheriff
subdued Knight and took
him into custody. Both
Murphy and the injured
officer were transferred to
Tallahassee Memorial for
treatment.

WHO'S GETTING
MARRIED?
Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Burgess
announced the engagement
of their daughter, Teresa,
to Mr. Thomas Andrew
Jackson III. A November
wedding was planned.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lee
announced the forthcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Christi Darnell, to Robert
Frederick Michaels: Both
worked in Tallahassee
where he was also a student
at Florida State University.
They planned to marry Oct.
22.
Miss Sheila Granthum
and Louis Sadler were
pictured in this week's
edition after exchanging
wedding vows in a summer
ceremony at Spring Warrior
Church of Christ.

UNIVERSAL MENU
DAY OBSERVED
Third grade students at
Gladys Morse Elementary
School enjoyed Universal
Menu Day during their


school lunch, with lasagna
paying tribute to Italy.

BULLDOGS WHIP
MADISON
The Taylor County
Bulldogs recorded their
highest point total and
their first shut-out of the
season when they defeated
the Madison Cougars 33-
0. Tracy Maxwell, Ricky
Bolden, Quarterback
Sammy Willliams and
Johnny Moneyhan picked
up points for the team.

GROUNDBREAKING
SET FOR NEW
THEATRE
Perry was anticipating
a new 730-seat indoor
theatre to be built at
Perry Square, with
construction beginning in
November.

WHO HAS IMPROVED?
The Florida Forest
Festival Conmmunity
Improvement Awards were
given to Attorney Michael
Smith for remodeling his
business facade on the
Courthouse Square; to Mr.
and Mrs. Larry Harrington
for improvements at
their residence.; to New
Home Baptist Church for
landscaping on church
grounds; the Masonic Hall
for rebuilding the space left
vacant when the Temple
Theatre burned; and the
Taylor County Development
Authority for clean-up and
improvements at the Perry/
Foley Airport and Industrial
Park.


A-2 Perry News-Herald
November 2-3, 2012


Remember when...


No

warning

labels
By ANTHONY L. WHITE
anthonylamarwhite@yahoo.com


"You weren't born with a warning label or
a set of directions on how to fix everything
that ails you."
I heard this statement more times
than I can remember when growing up.
Whenever I had a problem that I expected
my mother and grandmother to have
a solution to, they would oftentimes
remind me that when I arrived, I
wasn't accompanied by set of printed
instructions.
"Ifyou had," mymother and grandmother
would tell me, "we might have switched
babies and left you and that 10-volume set
of books with some other poor soul."
Because they were left to wing it, my
mother and grandmother usually made up
or amended the parenting guidelines along
the way. This could not have been truer
than when I entered my teenage years.
My world underwent a drastic change
when I turned 13. At least that's how
everyone living in the house with me felt.
I began to think that I was grown, that I
knew everything I needed to know, and
that I could say whatever came to mind
regardless of h6w it affected others. It
didn't take long for me to become the most
disliked member of our household. This
didn't go unnoticed by my mother and
grandmother.
One day, when my mother and
grandmother arrived home from work,
my brothers, cousins and Uncle Press were
outside waiting on the steps because my
tantrums had cleared the house.
"I don't know what's gotten into you," my
mother told me after they finished telling
her how I had terrorized everyone in the
house. "But, whatever's wrong with you, I
suggest you fix it."
"I don't know how to fix it because I
wasn't born with a warning label or a set
of directions," I reminded her. "Isn't that
what you said?"
Rather than responding to my question
with words, she let her face do the talking.
She frowned, which caused her eyes to
narrow to slits so small it was hard to tell
if they were opened or closed. She "balled"
her lips up then nodded her head agreeably
as though the answer to my question was
'yes'. But, time had taught me not to be
fooled by her wishy-washy response.
"Do you really want me to answer that
question?" my mother asked, smiling
deceptively.
Even though I saw the pretense in her
eyes, I answered, "Yes."
"Okay," she said and started out of the
room. "I'll be right back with my answer."
Since I was grown (or so I thought),
I stood and waited patiently for her to
return. While she was doing whatever she
was doing in the other room, I turned to
my brothers, cousins and uncle and said,
"I don't know why y'all running telling on
me. I'm still not in trouble."
Before any of them could respond, my
mother entered the room. She didn't have
a belt in her hands, so I smiled devilishly at
the tattle-tells and said under my breath, "I
told you I wasn't in trouble."
My mother mimicked my devilish smile
then asked me, "Who said you weren't in
trouble?"
"You don't have a belt," I answered. "So,
I must not be."
"I don't have a belt because you're too
grown to whip with a belt," she responded.
"What I need to do is knock some sense in
your head."
And that's exactly what she did.
I wasn't born with a warning label or
instructions on how to fix whatever ails
me, but as I picked myself up off of the
floor that day, I realized my mother didn't
need any.


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A-3 Perry News-Herald November 2-3, 2012


Chamber of Coininerce Halloween Costume Contest


Kaitlyn Smith (left) was the bullrider and the bull for Halloween,
first in the chamber's Best Recycled Costume category. Tyler
placed third and Cayden Brown (not pictured) placed second.


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Halloween is all about the scares and the chamber's judges sz
girls above were the scariest. Placing first was Hannah McGuire (c
followed by Carmina Ketring (left) and Catherine Weed (right) in thi


Chamber of Commerce staff Lisa Williams (left)
and Dawn Taylor, vampires for the evening,
welcomed the costume-clad Halloween revelers
to the contest Wednesday. Taylor said they were


pleased with this year's turnout.

Red flag

warning

extended

for today
The National Weather
Service (NWS) has once
again extended a red flag NEW
fire warning for today
(Friday) for the entire [ -
Florida Panhandle and Big -
Bend regions, including
Taylor County, from 2 to
7 p.m.
A red flag warning
means that critical fire
weather conditions are
either occurring now or
will shortly. Low relative
humidity will enhance fire
growth potential, officials
said.
The region has been
under a red flag warning
since Monday afternoon.
Today's forecast calls
for winds around 10 mph
or less with minimum
humidity levels around 30
to 35 percent.


Zombies,

vampires,

& ketchup

bottles...

oh my!
Hordes of zombies, flocks
of vampires and all manner
of other creatures, both
scary and sweet, turned out
for the Perry-Taylor County
Chamber of Commerce
Halloween Costume Contest
Wednesday evening.
Judges rated each
costumed trick-or-treater as
they arrived and the winners
were announced at the
end, according to Chamber
placing Director Dawn Taylor.
Wierick Winning first place for
Best Overall Group was a
'- contingent of Frankensteins
and brides from Buckeye
i Community Federal Credit
Union.
Taking home the prize
v for Scariest Group was the
bloody zombie trio of Dylan,
David and Abigale Lusby.
Destin Brown received
first place Best Overall,
followed by Cayden Brown
S and Haley McGuire.
Hannah McGuire was
awarded first place for the
Scariest Costume, with
s Carmina Ketring taking
second and Catherine Weed
third.
In the Best Recycled
Costume, Kaitlyn Smith
took first place, Ryan Moody
second and Tyler Wierick
third.
In the pumpkin carving
aid the contest, Haley McGuire
enter), placed first and Hannah
ird. McGuire placed second.


Effective Oct. 29, 2012,
and until further notice, the
Taylor County Veterans
Service Office will be open
on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Veterans Service Officer,
Joe Collins, can be reached
at (850) 838-3513 for
additional information.


Small ads.

Big results.


*Yard sales
* Automotive
* Real Estate


Classified work! Call 584-5513 to place your ad today.


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Destin Brown (left) won first place for Best
Overall Costume as a Coppertone girl and Haley
McGuire placed third as Cleopatra. Cayden Brown
(not pictured) placed second as a police officer.


Haley McGuire placed first in the chamber
pumpkin carving contest for her effort (left) and
Hannah McGuire took second.


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Thurs., Nov. 8, at 5 p.m.
Eat-in or Take-out Available

Tickets are S10 for adults
and $4 for children
Everything is Homemade!
Call 584-3028 for tickets
No tickers nill be sold at the door
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Taylor County Veterinary
Medical Association
Dr. and. Fletcher & Dr. M. Owens
will be conducting a DISCOUNT

VACCINATION CLINIC
to ll benefit
Helping Hands of the Shelter
Saturday, N Jeffersovn St. 3 Perry Connections
9a.m.y- 12 noon Veter in Jacksons Fuiture)
TwoM ets on site... minimal waiting.
Flea Control and Heartworm Prevention is available for purchase.
Free routine worming with vaccinations. Microchips $20.
Free routine worming with vaccinations. Microchips $20.


The Taylor County Veterinary Medical Association has
donated more than $10,300 to Helping Hands of the Shelter

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A-4 Perry News-Herald November 2-3, 2012


McGrew, Baldwin, Harris-Monroe and Combs gathered to mark the local
observance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

'Hats off' to all who survive, thrive


With the message, "Stop
the Violence," supporters
of Refuge House observed
Domestic Violence
Awareness Month with a
luncheon Oct. 24 in the
New Brooklyn Baptist
Church dining hall.
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Sheila Combs (pictured
above at right) was guest
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speaker. She serves as
victim advocate for the
Madison County Sheriff's
Department.
Deidra Newman also
spoke to the nearly 75
who gathered, which
included Red Hat members
. I


from the community. All
attendees were encouraged


to wear hats which were,
in conclusion, tossed as a
"hats off' tribute to all who
survive and fight for justice.
Meg Baldwin of
Tallahassee, pictured above,
(second from left,) serves
as executive director for
Refuge House and the
eight counties it serves.
Prior to joining Refuge
House, Baldwin was an
associate professor of
law at the Florida State
University College of Law,
specializing in women's
rights, violence against
women, and prostitution.
Local representatives of
Refuge House included
Debra McGrew (left),
regional program director,
and Cynthia Harris-
Monroe, case manager
(third from left).


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Hunters: would you like a

tree stand, feeder, camera?


By FLORRIE BURROUGHS
Shady Grove correspondent
Plans are in full-swing for Shady Grove's
annual Country Christmas on Dec.15.
Members of the Shady Grove Citizens
Council are meeting every two weeks from
now until the event. The Christmas Tree
Lighting will be held on Dec. 14 in Shady
Grove Park. If you want to be a part of the
planning and preparation for these events,
please call us.
How good is your chili?
If you would like to have an entry in
the Parade, enter the Chili Contest, donate
a cake for the Cake Walk or enter a Craft
Booth, please let us know. Numbers are
listed below for your use: for Parade
Entries, please call Florrie Burroughs -


584-6341' for the Chili Contest, contact
JoAnn Wilson 584-8181; for Craft
Booths, call Claire Hatcher 584-8370;
ahd for cakes for Cake Walk, please contact
Claire Hatcher 584-8370

hunting package
tickets on sale
Tickets for $1 each for a hunting package
consisting of a 16-foot double tree stand, a
game feeder and a game camera. They are
on sale in several locations: Rocky's '98
store, Rocky's Shady Grove store, and Big
Bend Outfitters. All council members also
have tickets for sale. Don't forget: the last
chance to purchase a ticket will be on Dec.
15 at the Country Christmas celebration.
You do not have to be present to win.


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Miss' Shady Grove Mireya Otero, Princess Tyler Copen and Little Miss
.Gracie Messick 'floated down Jefferson Street' as part of the royalty in this
year's King Tree Parade.



VOTE RANDY


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For Taylor County

Tax Collector
I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank everyone who
has supported me. Your kind words, thoughts and prayers mean
more to me than words could ever express.
Throughout this year .1 have enjoyed talking with each and
every person, some old friends and some new ones. Those of
you that I didn't get a chance to meet, I respectfully ask for your
vote. I also want you to know that no matter the results of this
election, I am always ready to help this community in any way.
Sincerely,


Randy Hathcock
Together We can make a difference...the' road to the
White House starts with our Courthouse.
Please remember to take the time and vote
on or before November 6th.

Paid by Randy Hathcock, Republican, for Taylor County Tax Collector.


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A-5 Perry News-Herald November 2-3, 2012


Suspect

allegedly

tampered

with blood

evidence
MURDER
Continued from page 1
investigation."
.Count three of the
indictment charged Lee
with "unlawfully and
intentionally" altering/
destroying, concealing
blood and other trace
evidence tied to the case.
Lee was re-booked
on the murder charges
Sunday, Oct. 28, and
continues to be held on an
order of no bond.
Dixon's body was found
by a small group of hunters
who were scouting an area
some 10 miles south on
Highway 98.
Investigators from the
Taylor County Sheriff's
Office (TCSO) and
Florida Department of
Law Enforcement (FDLE)
received information from
a confidential source which
led them to Lee's residence
at 203 Puckett Road late
Tuesday, Sept. 11. While at
the scene, information was
developed that implicated
Lee in Dixon's death.
Lee was taken into
custody without incident
and booked Sept. 12 on
charges of tampering with
evidence and violation of
probation. (Lee was serving
probation for an aggravated
assault that occurred in
May.)
Lee, who is originally
from Jacksonville, had
reportedly been living Perry
for only a few months,
working in construction.


LYLO]


Thank you to everyone who has supported
me during this election. I truly appreciate the
kindness that has been shown to me and my
family throughout the county. In this election,
your vote is what counts and is what will make
the difference. Please vote during early voting
or on November 6th!


I humbly


for your vote
and support to
be your next Tax
Collector.
Thank you,


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All 14 precincts will be open on Election Day from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.
"lTte The crane ,n Precinct 14. If you used to vote at the Old Hwy, Patrol Building,
you will now vote at the Taylor County Sports Complex in the portable :u,!t1irJ
located to the right when you rl, he complex, just cu t.: ,1,he signs.
VOTING PRECINCTS AND LOCATIONS
Precinct 1 FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH -- 302 N Jefferson St, Perry, FL
Precinct 2 TAYLOR TECHNICAL INSTITUTE -- 3233 Hwy 19 S, Perry, FL
Precinct 3 BLUE CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH EDUCATIONAL BLDG.
21028 Beach Rd, Perry, FL
Precinct 4 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH -- 10400 Fish Creek Rd, Salem FL
Precinct 5- STEINHATCHEE COMMUNITY CENTER
1013 S Riverside Dr, Steinhatchee, FL
Precinct 6 SHADY GROVE ADULT EDUCATION & COMM. CENTER
4225 Alton Wentworth Rd, Shady Grove, FL
Precinct 7 JOHNSON STRIPLING RD VOTING HOUSE
3160 Johnson Stripling Rd, Perry, FL
Precinct 8 PACE UNION BUILDING UNITED STEELWORKERS
1878 S Old Dixie Hwy, Perry, FL
Precinct 9 FOREST CAPITAL ARMORY -- 203 Forest Park Drive, Perry, FL
Precinct 10 LAKESIDE BAPTIST CHURCH EDUCATION BLDG.
3111 Lakeside Drive, Perry, FL
Precinct 11 KELLY GRADE VOTING HOUSE -- 3239 Kelly Grade, Perry, FL
Precinct 12 PERRY SHRINE BUILDING -- 1050 Courtney Rd, Perry, FL
Precinct 13 JERKINS BUILDING -- 1201 Martin Luther King Ave, Perry, FL
"Precinct 14 TAYLOR COUNTY SPORTS COMPLEX -- 1685 U S Hwy 19 N, Perry, FL
Florida law requires a person to cast their ballot in the
precinct in which they have their legal residence.
If you are unsure which precinct you are currently registered in,
contact the Supervisor of Elections office at (850) 838-3515.


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Religion


A-6 Perry News-Herald November 2-3, 2012


Get yours now

Only advance tickets offered for Methodist Turkey Supper


The annual Turkey Supper at First United Methodist Tickets, which are $10 with $4 plates for children, are
Church will be Thursday, Nov. 8, with serving beginning available now and will not be offered at the door. Please
at 5 p.m. call 584-3028 to request tickets in advance.

Bake sale Saturday; gospel sing Sunday
Doors open at 8 a.m. Gospel sing, Thanksgiving dinner
Members of St. Margaret's Guild of St. James Episcopal Faith Baptist Church will hold a gospel sing this Sunday,
Church will present their annual bake sale on Saturday, Nov. 4, beginning at 10:30 a.m. featuring a quartet from
Nov. 3, featuring "all sorts of baked goods and confections, Valdosta. A Thanksgiving dinner will follow the service.


especially Joyce Arnold's famous divinity."
New this year will be "beautifully hand-dipped and
decorated Truffles by Keysha, offered alongside a variety
of cakes, quick breads, candies and cookies--just in time
for your Thanksgiving dinner and holiday celebrations."
The sale begins at 8 a.m.. continuing until 12 noon, in the
parish hall behind the church at 1100 West Green Street.


Church ladies cook on Saturday
The ladies of St. Peter P.B. Church will sell dinners on
Saturday, Nov. 3. Please call 584-4346 or 584-5356 for
details. Fried chicken dinners will be offered along with
chitterlings and rice.


TIDBITS: Pray Monday, on World Day of Prayer


By SARAH HALL
World Day of Prayer will
be observed on Monday,
Nov. 5, by First Bethlehem
District Association, as
well as other organizations.
Sessions will be held here
Monday, Nov. 5, at New
Bethel Missionary Baptist
Church at 7 p.m. The Rev.
Roosevelt Knight invites
everyone to attend.
Our world needs prayer.
We need prayer. Come and
let's pray together.
Remember: "Every chain
that spirits wear crumbles in
the breath of prayer."-John
Greenleaf Whittier
Special prayers
We offer special prayers
for Florence Jeness, Virgil
Villa and Jane Cook, all at
home, as well as Mildred
Alexander in DMH, Shirley
Coke in rehab in Gainesville
.tid Deacon A.D. Jones at


Mayo Health Facility.
Also at home are Viola
Miller, E.J. McCracken
(Madison), James
Washington Sr. and Donna
Washington. Don't forget
Helen Irvine at Mayo Health
Facility, Horace McLeod
in rehab in Ft. Lauderdale,
Henry and Clara Slaughter
at home and the Rev. and
Mrs. Robert Lee Thomas in
Palm Coast.
Sympathy


Our sincere sympathy
goes out to the families of
the late Janice Crump and
the late Robert James Ford,
husband of Arletha "Porter"
Ford of Waverly.
Think about it...
"They that deserve
nothing should be content
with anything. Bless God
for what you have and
trust God for what you
want. If we cannot bring


our condition to our mind,
we must bring our mind to
our condition; if a man is
not content in the state he is
in, he will not be content in
the state he would be in."--
Erskine Mason
"Keep one thing forever
in view--the truth; if you
do this, it may seem to lead
you away from the opinion
of men, it will assuredly
conduct you to the throne of
God."-Horace Mann


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PARENTS WERE HEROES.

They still can be.

The faith they taught will lead
you to the right choice With our
caregivers and your family working
together. the parent you've always
loved and admired can lead the
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A community tradition, turkey dinners are available for
patrons to "eat in, or take out." Everything for the supper
is "homemade."


St. Johns Christian Fellowship.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Wednesday 7-00 p.m.
Morning Worship 11 00 a.m. Study/Prayer Meeting
Cody McNeese. pastor

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Women's Ministries
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"For he governing authority) is God's miniMi,]
to you for good. But if you do evil, be afraid; for
i he does not bear the sword in vain: for he
s God's minister, anl :icnger to eiec ute
wrath on him who practices evil."
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Before the B-L-O-W
started last weekend I had
Bill Blanton and his son
William (Will) out and we
had a great day with 14 trout
and six reds with two over
the slot ( 27.5 inches and 30
inches).
We caught them all on
live pinfish under Back Bay
Thunders in 3-4.5 feet of
water. Will got jumped by
the largest blacktip shark I
have ever had on in 21 years
of fishing at Keaton ...'bout 8
feet. He jumped three times
and spun, lasting all of four
seconds and covered 70
yards in the display! Quick
and gone!
These reports are from
Keaton Beach Marina:
Last Thursday, R.G and
Patsy Davis of Lee had 9
trout, one Spanish and 17
sand trout fishing in 4 feet of
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the Pearl White pattern.
John Harwick and Jody
and Caleb Tarno of Locust
Grove, Ga., had 15 trout, two
Spanish and 32 sand trout
last Friday while fishing
Pearl White Gulp in 4 feet of
water.
In two days last weekend
Darron and Lindsey Carter
of Tifton, Ga., with Sharon,
Alexis and Mike Bennett
of Macon, Ga., had 8 trout,
with one 23 incher and one
25 inches ( big trout love the
w-i-n-d). The Carters had
their limit fishing Sunday,
while using live shrimp
under Cajun Thunders in 2-
3 feet of water.
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A-8 Perry News-Herald
November 2-3, 2012


Playoff berth at stake tonight


The Taylor County
High football team will be
vying for a spot in the state
playoffs when the Bulldogs
travel to Marianna tonight
for both schools' final
district game of the season.


"A win this Friday night
against (District 1-4A)
Marianna would mean these
seniors can do something
that has never been
accomplished in the history
of TCHS--four straight


playoff appearances," said
Bulldog Coach Ryan Smith.
"That is something special
and will be a legacy that
no one can ever take away
from this team."
Both Taylor County and
Marianna are 1-1 in district
play but the Jackson County
team is 7-1 overall while
TCHS stands at 4-4 after
stopping Suwannee last
week 28-20.
Both squads will be trying
to qualify for the playoffs as
the district runner-up, since
East Gadsden has already
clinched the district title.
Taylor County topped
district foe Walton 45-27
on Oct. 5, while Marianna
routed the Braves 42-7 on


Oct. 19 on the road.
Both MHS and Taylor
County were shut out
by East Gadsden, with
Marianna falling 47-0 on
Oct. 5 and Taylor 26-0 on
Oct. 19.
New Marianna Coach
Tim Cokely has his Bulldogs
excited after Marianna
struggled for three seasons.
MHS is coming off of
a bye week that followed
its win over Walton, with
Cokely giving his players
two much-needed days off
last week.
Since Marianna is in the
Central Time Zone, the
game will kick off at 7 p.m.
Marianna time (8 p.m. Perry
time).


Will Blanton of Tallahassee with a nice red (just a half inch too
long) that he caught last weekend.


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Entertainment


A-9 Perry News-Herald
November 2-3, 2012


'Cloud Atlas'is either a




mess or a masterpiece


"Fear, belief, love, phenomena that
determine the course of our lives; these
forces begin long before we are born and
continue after we perish."
--Issac Sachs, 1975
"Our lives are not our own. We are
bound to others, path and present, and by
each crime and every kindness we birth our
future."
--Somni-451,
circa mid-22nd century
I've often wondered about how the little
actions and deeds of our ordinary days will
affect not just the next day but the future
far from sight. I've seen obituaries in which
a person leaves behind scores upon scores
of grandchildren and great grandchildren. If
he or she had not met his or
her spouse at the very moment
they did many years ago,
would all of their descendants
simply never have existed? .
And what of the literally
hundreds of other lives which
had been intertwined with
them?
"Cloud Atlas" is the almost
unfathomably ambitious film
which sets out to showcase -
how our actions affect the
future and how the past affects
our present, set in six time
periods with its incredibly
talented cast appearing in each as different
characters with different agendas.
There is something almost awe-inspiring
about the task undertaken by writer/
directors Lana and Andy Wachowski
("The Matrix") and Tom Tykwer ("Run,
Lola, Run") in attempting to adapt David
Mitchell's heralded novel "Cloud Atlas."
The fact that they don't exactly succeed
in converting the often called "unfilmable"
novel into a cinematic masterpiece is
overshadowed by how close they actually
come. It is definitely a film that requires
more than one viewing, a daunting task
considering its nearly three-hour runtime,
but I'm not sure that even that will clear up
all of its various mysteries. And that leaves
me in a quandary.
When I first heard of this project, I quite
quickly claimed that it would either be a
masterpiece or a mess. No middle ground
allowed. After the trailers first arrived,
confusing many, I reiterated my claim to
anyone who would listen. So imagine my
embarrassment now when I must admit that
"Cloud Atlas" has managed to be both.
I should say up front that the film is
not a mainstream production that will
appeal to those looking for quick or easy
entertainment. It is, however, a film that
can be enjoyed both for its multitude of
stories as well as the sheer enormity of the
production necessary for its three directors
to accomplish what they did.
Through masterful makeup, the principal
cast--Tom Hanks ("The Da Vinci Code"),
Halle Berry ("X-Men"), Jim Broadbent
("Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince"),
Hugo Weaving ("The Matrix"), Jim


Sturgess ("The Way Back") and Doona
Bae ("Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance")--play
multiple roles, blurring the lines between
race, sex and age along the way. And each
actor plays such varying roles that it's
simply breathtaking to watch at times.
The story begins in 1850 among the
Pacific Islands, where a lawyer begins his
long journey home. Stricken by a local
sickness, he stays confined to his cabin,
writing in his journal.
In 1931, a struggling composer reads a
published edition of the lawyer's journal as
he attempts to write his own master work,
penning letters to the lover he left behind.
Thirty years later, that lover is a scientist
who attempts to give sensitive information
to a reporter about a deadly
conspiracy, putting them both
in danger.
In 2012, a publisher, who
once represented the author
who turned the reporter's
adventures in novels, finds
"himself in his own trouble
after his philandering and
money-spending ways finally
catch up to him.
In the mid-22nd century, a
movie based on the publisher's
farcical escapades helps
inspire a subservient clone
break from her programmed
life and uncover the horrors of her world.
Many years after civilization has
collapsed in on itself following "the fall,"
one man is struggling to survive, living his
life based on the words spoken by a long-
lost god.
Each story and setting is compelling
in its own right. Of course, the varying
connections between the stories are
potentially the most intriguing, but upon
further reflection, focusing so much on them
is a mistake. Yes, there are connections, but
the most important ones are not the literal
ties I found'myself searching for, which
is another reason I feel a second viewing
will be ultimately required to solidify my
impression.
Unfortunately, any time you try to adapt
heady material like "Cloud Atlas," you're
always going to run into the problem
that the screenwriters and directors will
bring in their own interpretations, which
adds new layers but ultimately muddies
others. Such is the case here, leaving a few
threads unfinished, unclear and downright
contradictory.
I apologize for being annoyingly unclear
myself in this review, refusing to declare
"Cloud Atlas" a masterpiece or a mess.
If I had to wager, I believe my ultimate
conclusion will be the former, but it is still
not something I would recommend to most.
If you're up for a challenge and ready to be
amazed, however, perhaps it's worth a trip
after all. Because, we don't know where
the future leads, even if we're laying the
foundation right now.
The film is rated R for violence, language,
sexuality/nudity and some drug use.


The School of Theatre at Florida State University presents Tennessee
Williams' "Summer and Smoke," opening tonight (Friday) at The Lab
Theatre in tallahassee. Shown above are FSU actors Brittany Rosoff as
Rosa Zacharias, Ben Peterson as John Buchanan Jr., and Victoria Nugent as
Alma Winemiller. (Photo by David J.Valdez)


There's a fire in FSU's



'Summer and Smoke'


By MARK VIOLA
Staff writer
Love and romance, in its
multitude of forms, both of
the body and of the soul,
have lifted us up and cast
us down throughout the
ages, and it is this that is
at the focus of Tennessee
Williams' compelling
drama, "Summer and
Smoke," opening tonight
at The Lab Theatre in
Tallahassee.
Produced by the School
of Theatre at Florida State
University, the play is
directed by BFA Acting
Assistant Professor Michael
Hayden, a Broadway
veteran and Tony Award
nominee. The production
runs through Sunday, Nov.
11.
During his lifetime,
Tennessee Williams
received virtually every
theatrical award available,
including the Pulitzer Prize
for Drama and several New
York Drama Critics' Circle
awards. He is considered one
of the most accomplished
playwrights in the American
theatre. Williams originally
entitled this play as "Chart
of Anatomy" when he
began working on it in
1945, but revised the title
by its Broadway opening
in 1948.
Set in Glorious Hill,
Miss., around the turn of the


20th century, "Summer and
Smoke" takes the audience
on a tumultuous journey
between Alma Winemiller
(FSU senior Victoria
Nugent), the unmarried
minister's daughter, and the
unruly, bad-boy doctor next
door, John Buchanan Jr.
(FSU junior Ben Peterson).
Alma pines and John
lusts while the complex
relationship between these
long-time friends changes as
their spiritual and physical
worlds collide.
Reverend and Mrs.
Winemiller (FSU junior
Daniel Mutis and FSU
senior Allison Haglund) are
Alma's restricting parents.
Rosa Zacharias (FSU senior
Brittany Rosoff) is the
town's sultry vamp, Nellie
Ewell (FSU sophomore Ali
Wilson) is Alma's youthful
and impressionable pupil,
and Dr. Buchanan (FSU
freshman Adam Rubin) is
John's father.
"It's a daunting play
for young actors because
Tennessee Williams writes
about longing, desire, the
soul, unfulfilled passion and
need...but my cast is game,
they are hungry and ready,"
Hayden said.
At the play's start, it
seems that Alma and John's
relationship is the typical
good girl falls for the bad
boy tale, but as the story


progresses, it's quickly
revealed that they both have
their issues.
Alma is comparable to
Lenny MaGrath in FSU's
earlier production, "Crimes
of the Heart," allowing
familial responsibilities and
the restrictions of small-
town Southern culture to
steal away her youth while
simultaneously not truly
growing up either.
John, on the other hand,
has refused to grow up
at all, indulging in all
of his desires, whether
it be women, alcohol or
gambling.
Neither is willing '.g..te
to see his or her o1rt au s1 1
and the resulting interllay
can be at times 'infuriating
but also terribly cd6rpellihg,
thanks both to 'Williams'
writing and the work of the
two actors involved.
Showtimes afe, Nov.
2-3 and 7-10 at 8'4.m. and
Nov. 4 and 11 atf' po.m.
Tickets are $20 for adults,
$18 for seniors (62+) nadd
$10 for students. For more
information regarding
tickets and season passes,
visit theatre.fsu.edu or call
850-644-6500.
The Lab Theatre is
located on Copeland Street
between St. Augustine and
Lafayette in Tallahassee.
Free parking is available in
the nearby garage.


Epps arrives at civic center Nov. 10


Movie star and comedian
Mike Epps will return to
Tallahassee with his I'm
Still Standing Tour for one
performance only at the
Tallahassee-Leon County
Civic Center on Saturday,
Nov. 10, at 8 p.m.
Tickets are now available


at the Civic Center Box
Office, all Ticketmaster
Outlets and at Ticketmaster.
com. Charge tickets by
phone at 850-222-0400 or
1-800-322-3602.
Tickets are priced from
$40 to $58.50. Phone orders,
tickets at the outlets and


internet sales are subject to
a convenience charge.
Epps received the
NAACP Image Award for
his role in "Jumping the
Broom," and worked with
Whitney Houston on the
remake of "Sparkle," which
was released in August.


THEATRE

Nov. 2-11
The Florida State University
School of Theatre presents
Tennessee Williams'
"Summer and Smoke" at the
Lab Theatre in Tallahassee.
Set in the early years of
the 20th century, the.play
follows Alma Winemiller, a
very proper and spinsterish
minister's daughter, and .
John Buchanan, the'bad-boy
doctor next door, who share
an anatomy lesson about the
body and soul. Alma seeks
love but her upbringing only
allows her the spiritual kind;
John is focused solely on the
fulfillment of the body. While
the two come to understand
each other with more clarity,
their transformations are
neither neat nor simple.
Showtimes are Nov. 2-3 and
7-10 at 8 p.m. and Nov. 4 and
11 at 2 p.m.Tickets are $20
for adults, $18 for seniors
(62+) and $10 for students.
For more information
regarding tickets and season


THEATRE

passes, visit theatre.fsu.edu
or call 850-644-6500.
Nov. 9-18
Leapin' Lizards, the Young
Actors Theatre presents
"Annie."The popular comic
strip heroine takes center
stage in one of the world's
best-loved musicals.
Abandoned on the steps of a
New York City orphanage run
by.the cruel, embittered Miss
Hannigan, Annie sets out to
find her parents. In adventure
After fun-filled adventure, she
foils Miss Hannign, befriends
President Franklin Delano
Roosevelt and.finds a new
family and home. Showtimes
are Nov. 9-10 and 15-17
at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 11
and 18 at 2 p.m. Advance
tickets are $18 for adults,
$16 for students/seniors
and $14 for children (under
12). To purchase tickets, call
850-386-6602, ext. 2. For
more information about the
production, visit http://www.
youngactorstheatre.com.


CLASSICAL Music

Nov. 11
The Tallahassee Bach Parley
begins its season with a
concert featuring Bach
Cantata No. 82, Ich habe
Genug ("I have enough"),
the Quantz Concerto for
Flute in G major, and the
Bach Overture in G minor.
The concert will be held at 3
.p.m. at St. John's Episcopal
Church (211 North Monroe
St. in Tallahassee). The
Tallahassee Bach Parley
performs Baroque music
using period instruments. A
donation of $5 is suggested
for Tallahassee Bach
Parley concerts and free
childcare is available. For
more information about
the parley, visit www.
tallahasseebachparley.org.

If you have an event
you would like included
in our calendar of
events, please call us at
850-584-5513.


Halloween has passed us
by and it's now November,
which promises a mix of
Oscar hopefuls, family-
friendly 'flicks and a few
vampires on the side.
Up first this weekend
are three movies opening
in wide release, including
"Flight," director Roger
Zemeckis' ("Forrest
Gump," "Cast Away")
first live-action film in 12
years. Denzel Washington
("Training Day") is an
airline pilot who manages to
keep a plane from crashing,
saving many of those
onboard, but the subsequent
investigation reveals the
hero has some secrets. It's
hard to deny the power of
the film's trailers, and the
combination of Zemeckis
and Washington is indeed
intriguing.
The movie is rated R for
drug and alcohol abuse,
language, sexuality/nudity
and an intense action
sequence.
Kung Fu and rap may
not seem the most obvious
combination, but Wu-Tang


Clan's RZA isn't letting
that stop him from making
his directorial debut with
"The Man with the Iron
Fists." With a solid cast
that includes Russell
Crowe ("Gladiator") and
Lucy Lui ("Kill Bill"), the
story follows a hunt for a
treasure of gold. Based on
the redband trailer, this one
will be in competition with
"Seven Psychopaths" for
the bloodiest film of the fall
season.
The film is rated R for
bloody violence, strong
sexuality, language and
brief drug use.
Disney returns to feature-
animation with "Wreck-it
Ralph," a humorous take
on video games following
an old arcade villain
becoming fed up with his
place in life and setting out
to find a new role to play.
Sure the premise seems to
be a video game version
of "Toy Story," but I don't
really have a problem with
that, especially with the
numerous cameos shown in
the trailers. It also doesn't


hurt that the voice cast
includes the likes of John C.
Reilly, Sarah Silverman and
Jane Lynch. Now where's
my quarter?
The movie is rated PG for
some rude humor and mild
action/violence.






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Taylor's Farm Bureau women noted for contributions


The Florida Farm Bureau
Federation's Women's
Leadership Committee
gathered on Wednesday,
Oct. 25. to vote for officer
seats and recognize
volunteers who have
demonstrated exceptional
service over the past year.
Taylor County's Farm
Bureau was among the top
contributors, recognized


for making donations to
the Women's Leadership
Committee. Others
included Hamilton County,
Lee County, Madison
County, Seminole County,
Hillsborough County
and Marion County, with
Hamilton County coming
out on top as the "Most
Overall" contributor.
Sarah Carte, of Suwannee


It's 'fruitcake time' again;


have you planned your


menu for the holidays?

The women of Perry Church of God are in the kitchen
again, and your sweet orders are needed early for holiday
meals.
Fruitcakes will be sold in one-pound, two-pound, three-
pound and five-pound sizes. Prices are $6, $12, $18 and
$30.
Both deep-dish pecan pies and deep-dish chocolate
pecan pies are available this year. They are priced to sell
for $10 each.
Nutcakes, in two-pound and three-pound sizes, sell for
$12 and $18. (They are available for Thanksgiving and
Christmas only, and must be ordered early.)
To place an order, and support the ministries of the
church, please call 584-2010. You may also make an
appointment for pick-up.
"We appreciate the community's continued support of
our holiday baking," said Brenda Kirkland for the church.
"Please remember that advance orders are necessary during
this busy season of the year."


.1 DISTRICT



"Together we can make a difference"

PoliThluetisemylpaid hr ard approved bSahle Hmttonitdae hr Cy oud Dic


County, was elected as
vice chair of the Women's
Leadership Committee
and will also serve on
the Florida Farm Bureau
Federation.


The Florida Farm
Bureau Women's
Leadership Program was
organized for the purpose
of implementing Farm
Bureau policy goals and


objectives. The program
uses "the unique talents
of women to enable Farm
Bureau to be more effective
in its organizational,
legislative, educational and


promotional efforts."
Any woman from a Farm
Bureau family is eligible to
participate in the local, state
and national activities of the
organization.


JUST WtO IS JEFF SEIGM!ESTER?

JEFF OfTTEN TALAS( .AJliT THE GOODl *OL DAYS WHEN HE WVORi(ED FORF JiEfitV 3BLAIR AND A ST'T! A.'fTOit"EY'S O'[IC.. THAT
HAD HONOR AND LNT...GltRITY. IN 002 b-.iGMiE.STER WAS ARIt.STFD FOR lDUI AND JERRY BLAIR EXERCI.'' TH.aT HONOR 0Nt)
INTEGRITY. THE L.ETTERS BF.i.OV. WERE OITAINF.D THROUGH PUBLIC P.F.COUDS OF SEIG!!.i!TE P. EMFf.OYE.r. FIL.E WHILE HE
WAS AN ASST. STATE ATTORNEY. IF SEIGMiESTER COULD! NOT HANDLE A .,MAif. .CA.t LOAD DUE TO STRESS CAN H;E BE
TRHTSTED TO 1MAN-AGE fyE E'NTIiEf. THIlD tCRTC'lIT 'WHI'CH COVERS SEVEN '1ill'xT f-Sf


STATE ATTORNEY'S OFFICE EVALUATION REPORT -- PAGE 2
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NAME: Jeff Segmeister
LIVE OAK FLORIDA j DATE: 5/602
Comments:
Jof has on uncs.t. aotied, hoi approach toI him ,,Work hch e su.o in i s 'n 'r3bs'nev"
-by foeveable eriss Jeff does not cope 8 i welihh t duspoayiL 9 e 9.acessi s vn.motian and
p: ning Ihose around him ,no turmoil itS wean fies are dss.i'eled and d:fflicu to
interpret, Jeff kle i hiiyhlIf Iyefulai hours, and is oflen absent from the fhice and his
wvifeabouts un/tuwn, Wv'hn prsunted w th r.Se Rdeas aorcha ng in orutoocl. Jeff argues
and provU s resistant c -- ...

Date. 5/6102 .... . .
p,. r .: ;
Assistant State Attorney
Supervisor
Supervisor Recnmmended Action: Formulate an actiu o plan fo; dealing wh i lie above
deficienc;.5s and ?a4vicw in Six Tnlths.


TO BE ANSWERED BY EMPi YFF-
Do you feel you have received proper training in the work you are assigned to do?

( Yes ] i No,
If the answers "no", what do you feel would best equip you to better handle your
duties?


Employee Comments: _____...............



Date ..
Date: ...........


.... ., ..... .... ..- .......


ADDITIONALLY..
-SEIGNtMIEST ER HAS GROSSLY INFLAT ED IUS TRIAL STATS.
-MURDER CONVICTION REVERSED THE ONLY MURDER CASE EVER
PROSEC(ti i)ED IE SEIGMIESTER WAS REVERSED DUE TO TRIAl ERROR ANDT)
iAM) TO I"E IE-TRIED BY ASST. STATE ATTORNEY fN)l3 DEKIE. (STATE V.
THOMAS)
--FROM 200)5-2M)7 StEIGMIES1frtR WAS EMRBATTLED IN A PERSONAL LAW
SUIT AGAINST COl.I'MBIA COUNTYr RESIDENT FRANK STE.EDLEY. ,'S A
RESULT OF THE SUTr SEIGMIESTER WAS PARTY TO THE SEIZURE OF
STEEDLEY'S IOME AND OVER 1000 ACRES OF PROPERTY. RIGHT OR
WRONG TilS CASE LEFT A LOT OF RESIDENTS UNFAS' AS TO ITS'
RESULTS. FOR MORE INFORMATION GOOGI,E "MRANK STEEDIAl
AUCTION" AND FORM YOUR OWN OPINION.


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May 7, 2002
May 15, 2002

Assistant State Attorney


RE; incident occurring April 27, 2002
Dear Jeff:
You are hereby reprimanded for your exercise of poor tudgmennt which tld to your
It or 1i :. f : r O r l h- jd IJ n 1. r I a ,li ju,,i -J "An..l ', .r i r r i ,;- ,, 1 t- i r
Jl irq 1u1 .<.l. *,' if 1. r 3,1. .',l". ...ll !uri, rr'-.in.] h''..-''r. 'r .ll -.'' '"^
a hazard tO you and to other motorists, and the aftermath has cau0 0 l great
embarrasrOswnt to ttsl office,.
T .J.- r ., : l: ,-, -. Ih .. ,i ,.r, n r &il...,1 2 i T -1, a ;r r [ a,7 r-.- ; r r uf l | 3 '1 '
. .16o 'r.d 'l. a :J 1 -. -I 1 ** r u.*.i- 1 ....-1.u ni.r. rn i c .n .-.n i ..l
your work habits.,
I coommaned you for your cooperation wh Iho tnnvtlattog oficr., and I acknowledged
that without yor cooperation ad voliutary estatenot, no c station s could likely have
boon issued.
The period of suspeaslon with pay is terminated, effective immediaelty. You will be
expected to resume normal dutibl, except court appearances. Thlosa duties msy be
resumed upon attisfactory resolution of lme pending citations.
n additln to your rprtman, you are hereby placed on probatolo for n paered of six
mlntha., ubole:tl to th follwoeig condtlone;
1. You a ra xpeted to suntitt&e a t talril health i"atoaltion to be conducted
by a mental health profto-an t appTd ttby Ua undarigfed, Th
aforesaid mental health professional will Include an evaluation of any
meltntion or med satoens taken by you.
2. Youea epectdteotoiofaotorttcomptrwtithaodcftefretoouyttretentt
or therapy recommended by the approved mental health professionaL.
I. You 0r e peCtod to aIt tv e P pyichlthegeeplt-patalt ptvtlle to Ot
exten that the recuitl Of your evauatton. treatment and therapy wintl
oraly co tuotnicated by the afeorswld nenrtal health profesitoal to to tha
underittned.
4. YOU wt b a oNrxpctd to oManrvtnormn l liOee houro. You are expected to
arinv foe wor at 0:30 AM. tnd departs 0 earlier I tnar n (0 PM.
5. You win note t frmaIttd to take hom fileo or the office computer writut
010 000 "00 rconota of the Chlelf Asatstant-Laktt C-y Office.
Jaff. you tar et ruly dedtclted prosecutor and you getulntey e*r about your cases,
Titl l0 raftctd If I large oul-poaing .o 1upp-ot you h.av r.ctlvod t fu follow
cretoaetlet o ithe erhalotaJuslla communtty.I know tht thls stuaftion has re autlted
In grent embarfrasllent to you. However, your yaIctionsa ave also embrrssed t
o0tan, and me pemsonalay. Bausl tI do appractlat yaot hard work and dedication. I
have endeavored to arse a a reotutien that will b fair to at parties, and will atdddren
WoMn* undrlyttng ioMe r c ff you agrut to the resoluloen outlined in tI lotar, pl0a-
oign in the ig tlure block below.
Sincemrelty,

tRY M. BLW R
STATU ATTORNEY

I accept thl tteroroaprIttmand,and aoraoto the conditions orproatean outlined hereIn

Joff Selgnaotetor


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Live,.:, 3' OhS'
(386) 360-2320
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Dear Jeff:
This letter follows my letterto you dated May 7,2002, and our convrerations of May
7 and May 8.
i am hereby directing that you return to work at the Lakh City Office at 8:30 AM on
Thursday, May 16, 2002, subject to the terms and conditions outlined In my letter of
May 7, 2002, if you fail to do so, I will have no altemlativ but to conclude that you
have chosen to terminate your relationship withthls office,
Jeff, I can understand and appreciate your anger and your bitterness over this
Incident and the events that have transpired since your arrest on the morning of
April 27, I can understand the fact that you beiove that I have not been personally
supportlvt of you during this lime. I totally agree with you that the charges against
you will almost certainly be resolved in your favor. However, as I have urged you
before, ptease do not allow your anger and bitterness to cause you to make a
decision which would not be in your best interests, or in the best interests of this
office.
The conditions which I set out in my letter of May 7 am I believe, both reasonable
and necessary. The need for such conditions was underscored In our conversation
of May 7. wherein a great portion of the conversation was focused on your
grievances against a person who Is no longer an employee of this office, and against
me, for not investigating and prosecuting the persons responsible for your arrest on
April 27.

You have related to me that you take medIcation for anxiety, that you have been
diagnosed as suffering from severe stress4nduced migraines, for which you take
medications, and that you have lost 40 pounds In the last few months, All of these
underscore the need for the conditions outlined In my better of May 7, and the
legitimate need of your employer to understand what Is happening In your life and
what can be done to assist In making your job less stressful. Additionally, I have
leamed that the estimated quantity of the butalbltal and codeine found In your urtne
Indicates a near-toxic level far In excess of theraupatic levels.

I sincerely hope that It Is your decision to return to work under the conditions
outlined In my letter of May 7, 2002. You are a dedicated and valuable employee of
this office, and your presence would be greatly missed. However, the decision Is
yours,


Sincerely,


JERRY M, BLAIR
STATE ATTORNEY


Paid electioneering communication paid for
by the Florida Democratic Party, 214 South
Bronough Street. Tallahassee, FL 32301


Albert Einstein defined Insanity as doing the same thing over & over again and
expecting different results. If he was right. we're frequently guilty. How often do we say (or
hear someone say) how bad the drug problem is? Why d6 they not patrol my neighborhood?
Why is there never an officer around when you need one or how a chosen few seem to be
above the law? Well, what has been done differently to change & improve these things?
Let's see: In 1996, Bummy Williams was elected as Sheriff. Then, in 2000, Bummy
Williams was re-elected Sheriff. In 2004, Bummy Williams was re-elected Sheriff. And,
most recently, in 2008, not having seen the improvements desired, Taylor County re-elected
Bummy Williams as Sheriff. Maybe it's just me, but I see two patterns here: the same action
has been taken by the voters every four years, over the past sixteen years, and no
improvements are being seen in the crime rate, drug interdiction, or preventive patrol in the
less-affluent neighborhoods. In other words, we're doing the same thing over & over again,
and we're seeing the same results. (How did Einstein describe this?)
Actually, looking at http://recordspedia.com/Florida/Taylor-Countv/Crime-Statistics,
with the exception of 2 favorable years (since 2000), we see a continual upward trend of
increased crime overall, including a continual increase in violent crime. This site also shows
a crime comparison of Taylor versus Florida counties Like Taylor. That's not pretty, either.
And. they show that it doesn't have to be this way.
Next week, Taylor County has an opportunity to try something different in their effort
to make Taylor County safer. Tony Chambers is that option, and it's a good option!
Like Bummy. Tony is Home-Grown! Like Bummy, Tony began his career with the
Taylor County Sheriff's Department. Unlike Bummy, Tony got out and learned different
tch lniq neic & perspectives. Tony Chambers went on to work with the Florida Capitol Police,
while it was a part of the Department of General/Management Services and after it became
a part of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Tony served with pride & distinction.
While there, he wore many hats, trained many officers, and in doing so, Tony helped
establish the career of numerous officers who serve Florida around the state. When he
retired, his presence & kimn, ledge were missed!
Through it all. Tony maintained his love & concern for his home, Taylor County.
Now. Tony seeks to serve Taylor County as its Sheriff. Having known & supervised Tony,
I know that his knowledge, skills, compassion & love for Taylor County will serve the
residents & businesses of the area well. Without reservation, I am convinced that Tony's
focus & determination will improve the safety & security that all will agree is truly needed
for Perry and the surrounding area. 1, therefore, urge each and every voter to get out and see
that Taylor Countyenters a new and improved law enforcement era.


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SATURDAY PRIMETIME

O WGN Law Order: Cl Funny Videos Funny Videos Funny Videos WGN News at Nine Bones
0 PBS (5:00) Frontline Lawrence Welk NOVA Masterpiece LeonardCohen Austin City Limits
CW "A Smile Like Yours" (1997) Cops Cops Cheaters (N) News '70s "Sleepwalkers"
0 ABC College Football News Edition College Football Teams TBA.(N) (Live) News
0 ESPN Football Score NASCAR NASCAR Racing Score College Football Teams TBA.
0 CBS College Football Eye Griffith |College Football Alabama at LSU. (N) (Live) News Criminal
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0 NBC College Football Entertainment Ton. Horse Racing *** "Rudy" (1993) SeanAstin. Insider SNL
SE WVUP Cornerstone/Hagee V'Impe Proph In Touch Leslie Hale Theater World CTNSp Passion
ED SUN College Football Driven Driven |Driven Outside the Ropes Fitness Inside Inside Here
EB ESPN2 Football Score College Football Teams TBA. (N) (Live) College Football SportsCenter (N)
ED NICK Victo Victo Victo Victo ICarly(N) BigTime Rock iCarly Nanny |Nanny Friends Friends
S TLC Extreme Extreme Dateline: Real Life Dateline: Real Life Dateline: Real Life Dateline: Real Life Dateline: Real Life
E BET Moesha Moesia 'Moesna Moesha ** "Lotery Ticket i.iii B'.':A'.:iw P ri':,,ie ***"Coming to America"
E VH1 Songs of the 90s 'Songs of the 90s ISongs of the 90s 'Movie Couples
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SE EITV Fashion Police WhenTeens Kill Jaycee Dugard Kardasnian Mr Deeds" '20J)i Ad.miT, ` -di,
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9 SPIKE Tenants Taloo Tanoo ;Tanoo i ** "Kick-Ass ljuil,. Acli.: r, r. .Jh:,nlr,:,n ** "Romeo Must Die_
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320 MAX *5* "Contraband I 15) "Rise of the Planet of the Apes' Hunted | "Thrs Means War' i i... 'Hunted

MONDAY PRIMETIME

SWGN Chris Chris Funny Videos Funny Videos FunnyVideos WGN News at Nine Funny Videos
0 PBS Martha PBS NewsHour (N) Steves Antique Roadshow Market Warriors (N) Independent Lens Charlie Rose (N)
SCW King King Rules Rules 90210 (N) Gossip Girl (N) Seinfeld |Seinfeld Death Death
A ABC News ABC Inside Jdg Judy Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars (N) (:01) Castle (N) News Nightline
0 ESPN SportCtr Monday Night Countdown (N) NFL Football Philadelphia Eagles at New Orleans Saints. SportCtr
0 CBS News CBS Wheel Jeopardy Mother Partners Broke Mike Hawaii Five-0 (N) News Late Sh.
0 FOX Simpson Big Bang Two Men Big Bang Bones (N) (PA) The Mob Doctor (N) News Two Men Mother Fam Guy
0 NBC FamFeud News Ent Insider The Voice The top 20 hopefuls perform. (:01) Revolution (N) Vote Jay Leno
S WVUP Fitness Today Z.Levitt Great Awakening |Child Place Wom Jewels Life Franklin Awaken
ED SUN Fishing Inside 3 Wide Wildcat College Basketball Florida Inside Fishing the Flats
ED ESPN2 NFL32 SportCtr E:60 30 for 30 WorldlPoker World/Poker SportCtr NASCAR
ED NICK SpongeBob Dora the Explorer Sponge. See Dad Full H'se Full H'se Nanny Nanny Friends Friends
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ED DISN Phineas Good Wizards Jessie Good Dog Austin Shake It ANT Phineas Good Austin
S A&E Beyond Scared Beyond Scared Beyond Scared Beyond Scared Beyond Scared Beyond Scared
S E!TV Fashion Police El News (N) Studio E! Nicki Mi Jonas Jonas Ice-Coca ce-Coco Chelsea El News
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WEDNESDAY PRIMETIME

O WGN Chris Chris Funny Videos Rules Rules Rules Rules WGN News at Nine Funny Videos
0 PBS Martha PBS NewsHour (N) Educa Nature (N) NOVA (N) Nova scienceNOW Charlie Rose (N)
0 CW King King Rules R ules Arrow "Damaged" Supernatural (N) Seinfeld Seinfeld Death Death
B ABC News ABC Inside Jdg Judy Middle Neigh Mod |Suburg. Nashville (N) News Nightline
0 ESPN SportsCenter (N) All- NBA NBA Basketball: 76ers at Hornets |NBA Basketball
0 CBS News CBS Wheel Jeopardy Survivor-Phil. |Criminal Minds (N) CSI: Crime Scene News Late Sh.
S FOX Simpson Big Bang Two Men Big Bang The X Factor (N) (Live) News Two Men Mother Fam Guy
B NBC FamFeud News Ent Insider The Voice The top 20 hopefuls perform. (:01) Chicago Fire FamFeud Jay Leno
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SE SUN Fitness Inside Unleash Basket UEFA Champions League Soccer Teams TBA. SEC Gridiron LIVE 3 Wide
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SE VH1 TradingSpouses TradingSpouses |TradingSpouses TradingSpouses CouplesTherapy Dr.Drew
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S FAM Melissa IMelissa ** "The Pacifier" (2005) Vin Diesel. *** "Beetlejuice" (1988, Comedy) The 700 Club
302 HBO (5:15) "TheTree of Life" (:45)** "We Boughta Zoo" (2011) Matt Damon. Boardwalk Empire Real/Bill Maher
320 MAX Hunted 'Morf Hunted 'LB' Hunted i*** "The Rundown" (2003) |(:45)*** "Contagion"


FRIDAY PRIMETIME

S WGN Chris Chris -FunnyVideos Mother Mother Mother Mother WGN News at Nine Funny Videos
1 PBS Martha PBS NewsHour (N) Steves Wash. INeed Election 2012 Broadway: Musical Charlie Rose (N)
[ CW |King King Rules Rules Top Model Nikita Alex is shot. Seinfeld Seinfeld Death Death
iO ABC News ABC Inside IJdg Judy Last Man Malibu Shark Tank (N) (:01) 20/20 News Nightline
.0 ESPN SportsCenter (N) NBA Countdown NBA Basketball Miami Heat at New York Knicks. NBA Basketball
iO CBS News CBS Wheel Jeopardy Undercover Boss CSI:NY(N) Blue Bloods (N) News LateSh.
i0 FOX iSimpson Big Bang Two Men Big Bang Kitchen Nightmares Fringe (N) News |Two Men Mother Famrn Guy
10 NBC FamFeud News Ent Insider Go On |Guys- Grimm (N) Dateline NBC (N) Vote Jay Leno
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ED SUN IFight Sports: In 60 Inside Heat NBA Basketball Miami Heat at New York Knicks. Heat Inside Inside
ED ESPN2 NFL32 (N) NFL Kickoff (N) Coll. Football Live College Football Washington at California. (N) (Live)
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9) BET 106 & Park: BET's Top 10 Live (N) Family Family Battle Soul Man ** "Dance Flick" (2009, Comedy)
ES VH1 T.I.-Tiny T.I.-Tiny T.I.-Tiny T.I.-Tiny Couples Therapy "You Got Served: Beat the World" Sat. Night Live
SE DISN Phineas Good Jessie Jessie ANT Jessie Phineas Gravity ANT Good Jessie Jessie
ED A&E Shipping Shipping Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D.
B E!TV Ice-Coco Soup El News (N) Sex-City Sex-City Sex-City Sex-City Fashion Police (N) Chelsea El News
LIFE Trading Spouses To Be Announced To Be Announced Hoarders Teen Trouble Houstons Houstons
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320 MA\ Galay 0 (20) Road House iR ', .120) "This Means War Humed ili, Skin-Mae|Huntedt

SUNDAY PRIMETIME

O WGN Videos Bloopers Bloopers Mother Mother Mother Mother Mother News Replay 30 Rock 30 Rock
0 PBS This Old House Hr Frontline Call the Midwife Masterpiece Broadway: Musical To Be Announced
0 CW Passion ThTher ehere |King Rules Rules Seinfeld Seinfeld Death Death "Crazy Little"
0 ABC ABC News Funny Videos Once Upon a Time Revenge "Illusion' 666 Park Avenue News Outd'r
0 ESPN NASCAR Racing SportsCenter (N) (Live) BCS MLS Soccer SportsCenter (N)
0I CBS NFL Football 60 Minutes (N) The Amazing Race IThe Good Wife (N) The Mentalist (N) News
3 FOX NFL Football Simpson Cleve |The X Factor The vocalists perform. (N) News Big Bang Big Bang Two Men
S NBC Chris News Football Night in America (N) (:20) NFL Football Dallas Cowboys at Atlanta Falcons. (N) Burn
DWVUP Brody Stakel Trans GreatAwakening Child Place |Wom |Daniel Duplantis| Bridging Awaken
9 SUN Fishing Sport Sports College Football Clemson at Florida State. Outside the Ropes Fitness
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E NICK Victo Victo Victo ,Carly ISeeDaadI** Legally Blonde" i01i __ JNlanny Friends Friends
ED TLC Medium Medium Medium Meldium Long Island Me 'Medium Medium Breaking Amish fil Medium Medium
9) BET "Diary-Black" Black Girls Rock 2012 Family Family Family |Family Sleep! Sleep!
SE VH1 (5:30) Movie Dr. Drew I'm Married to A... Couples Therapy Dr. Drew
6P DISN Austin |Shake It Dog Good Dog Austin Shake It Jessie Good Shakelt Austin Phineas
S A&E Beyond Scared Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage tStorage Shipping Shipping
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320 MAX ;Paul'R' '(.45) Transit i'j12iIR |(:15) ** 'Horrible Bosses" 120'1IIlR "This Means War" i2u12i |Voyeur

TUESDAY PRIMETIME

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0 PBS Martha PBS NewsHour (N) Steves PBS Newshour Election Night 2012: A Special Report (N) (Live)
7 CW King King Rules Rules Arrow Emily Owens, M.D. Seinfeld Seinfeld Death Death
0 ABC News IABC ABC News Your Voice Your Vote 2012 (Left in Progress) (N) (Live) News Your
0 ESPN SportsCenter (N) E:60 (N) SportsCenter Spec.lSkills Chall. |SportsNation (N) SportsCenter (N)
0 CBS News CBS Wheel Jeopardy Campaign 2012: CBS News Coverage of Election Night (N) News Cam
B FOX Buy Lo Big Bang Two Men Big Bang FOX News Election Special News Two Men Mother Fam Guy
0 NBC FamFeud News 2012 Election Night (N) (Live)
B WVUP Fitness Today Rhema |GreatAwakening Wordof Place |Wom P.Stone Life Purpose Awaken
ED SUN FSU First FSU First College Football Troy at Tennessee. XTERRA Champ. College Football
SE ESPN2 NFL32 Best/ NFL Live (N) College Football Ball State at Toledo. (N) (Live) All- All-
ED NICK Sponge. Sponge. Figure It Drake Full H'se Full H'se Full H'se Full H'se Nanny Nanny Friends Friends
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ED VH1 Bsk. Chrissy Chrissy Chrissy T.I.-Tiny T.I.-Tiny Behind the Music Dr. Drew Bask. Wives LA
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B WVUP Fitness Today Bay Fo Great Awakening God Place Wom Worship Life Fellow Awaken
B SUN Florida FSU Cllege Football Lightning Classics Prep Driven Outside the Ropes
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Half-time introductions
(Top) Members of the 2012 Taylor County High
School Senior Homecoming Court took a formal
turn on the football field at Dorsett Stadium
during recognition ceremonies held during half-
time. (Bottom) Homecoming King Peyton Cribbs
escorts Homecoming Queen Jennifer Sullivan.


(Photos by Ann Drawdy Hudson)

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B-1 Perry News-Herald November 2-3, 2012


SRWMD adds 10,000 acres of hunting lands


Josh Fouche shows off a tine eight-point buck he Killed last month in
Camp Misery during muzzleloading season.


The Suwannee River
Water Management District
has added nearly 10,000
additional acres that are
available to the public for
hunting.
Eight additional tracts,
totaling 3,901 acres, have
been added in the district's
Log Landing Wildlife
Management Area (WMA),
which is located in Gilchrist
and Dixie counties.
The Steinhatchee Springs
WMA has one new tract in
Dixie County with 3,559
acres. The Santa Fe Swamp
Wildlife and Environmental
Area (WEA) in Bradford
and Alachua counties has
one additional tract with
1,743 acres.
"We're trying to provide
as many recreation
opportunities for the
public as possible," said
District Land Management
Specialist Edwin McCook.
The district has more than
105,000 acres open to the
public.
Other areas available for


hunting include: Aucilla
--Jefferson and Taylor
counties; Big Shoals--
Hamilton County; Cypress
Creek--Hamilton County;
Devil's Hammock--
Levy County; Holton
Creek--Hamilton County;
Little River--Suwannee
County; Log Landing--
Dixie County; Lower
Econfina--Taylor County;
Mallory Swamp--Lafayette
County; Middle Aucilla
--Jefferson, Madison and
Taylor counties; Santa Fe
Swamp--Bradford County;
Steinhatchee Springs--
Lafayette, Dixie and Taylor
counties; Troy Springs--
Lafayette County and Twin
Rivers--Madison County.
Deer, hog, turkey and
small game hunting is
available on these and
other district lands from
September to April.
Hunting on district lands
is managed by the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
as WMAs or WEAs.


The district also h.t'
hunting opportunities|
available within a portion
of Andrew's WMA,
Osceola WMA, Lower
Suwannee National
Wildlife Refuge and the St.
Marks National Wildlife
Refuge.
Holton Creek is a
mobility impaired hunting
area. It is closed to the
public during hunt dates,
except to persons hiking
the Florida Trail. Persons
using WMAs are required
to have appropriate licenses,
permits and stamps.
Regulations vary
from area to area. For
information, including
maps of the hunting areas,
hunting regulations, and
other related information,
visit online at the district's
website at http://www.
srwmd.state.fl.us/index.
aspx?nid=65.
For more information,
contact McCook at 386.,
362-1001 or 800-226-li_166
(FL only).


EHD confirmed in two North Florida deer


Florida is the latest state
to report the presence of
epizootic hemorrhagic
disease (EHD) in its white-
tailed deer herd.
This viral disease has
been confirmed in two deer
and suspected in at least 10
others from North Florida
that were examined this
year.
EHD is an insect-borne


disease, transmitted to deer
by small biting flies known
as midges or "no-see-ums."
The disease can cause
illness or death in individual
deer but should disappear
when freezing temperatures
halt insect activity. EHD
cannot be transmitted to
humans or pets; however,
as a general rule, people
should avoid consuming


sick or unhealthy deer.
"This is a disease that you
typically see in late summer
or the fall, and it often occurs
after periods of drought,"
said Dr. Mark Cunningham,
wildlife veterinarian for the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC). "The good news is
we don't expect long-term
impacts to our state's deer


herd."
Deer infected with EHD
may have pronounced
swelling of the head, neck
and tongue, and often have
large ulcers in the mouth.
Infected deer are often
found near water and may
be lethargic, lame and
emaciated.
The FWC is monitoring
the health of the state's deer


herd and is examining deer
for EHD and other diseases.
Sightings of sick or dead
deer can be reported to the
FWC by calling 866-CWD-
WATCH (866-293-9282),
which is the state's chronic
wasting disease hotline
number.
In addition to Florida,
at least 12 other states are
reporting EHD cases.


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


Archery Season (A)

July 28 Aug. 26
Antlered or antlerless deer
by bow only


Deer ill

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a..u:I ha.. !


a :. we ll a :
hurrnf
h er,: e- ,.:.
hunr ,J-er


Oct. 13- Nov. 11
Antlered or antllerle4s deer
by bow onli,




Sept. 15 Oct. 14
Antlered or arl, less deer
by bow only




Oct. 20 Nov. 21
Antlered or antlerle,. ,deer
by bow onli


o.ne L'


Fall turkey
gobblee r aind
bearded :,rl,)
(TI


:rle A



onr, e.


July 28 Aug. 26
by bow only


Oct. 13 Nov. 11
by bow only


Sept. 15 Oct. 14
by tow only


Oct. 20- Nov. 21
.re I? I by b'ow only


Crossbow Season (C)

July 28 Aug. 26
'rtllered or .antlerl,-s deer
tb, c:ro.:tbo or tb,.. onlis
Aug. 27-31
r, nrlerd deer oinly
t,' :rc,;:b.'v.b cr b0o.'.

Oct. 13-Nov. 11
Anrlerejd o)r ranrle-rlie: d- r
St, :'cos'bou' or bu'. ,r'.l,
Nov.12-16
I Arler-.d d-eer c.ni
t., ,:ro. : t,.:.. r b ,.

Sept. 15-Oct. 14
-r.rlered or ari: rle:. dee'-r
b-, c r 'i r 't.' or.i,
Oct. 15-19
ntl':I.rej ,j-eer ori,


Oct. 20- Nov. 21
SAn,,tl -re-d or .irrl t lel i,..r
b, .r':.r:, to or b0 .. oril,
Nov. 26-30
Artlered dI,:,r ,i l',I,
'.., *:ro ito0 ; or I.'o .'


July 28 Aug. 31
b. cr .:bo. o-r b'C on I,


Oct. 13- Nov. 16
t.,' :r',.:b,), or b.,,v onli


Sept. 15-Oct. 19
bs c ro::bo-i '.r bt"j only


Oct. 20- Nov. 21
and Nov. 26-30
t,, :ro.':bocw or b'o.'' orily


Muzzleloading Gun Season(M)

Sept. 1-14
Antlered deer only
by muzzleloader. .:ro ibow or
' bow



Nov. 17-30
ritlered desr onliv
tb' muz:leloader, crosibo.s or
bow



Oct. 20 Nov. 2
Anrlered deer only
b mij.:El,-lader crossbowic or




Dec. 1-7 and Feb. 18-24
Ar,tlered deer only
b, r,,uzleloader .:rosibow or
ibo.*.o


Sept. 1-14
bt mrruzzleloader crocssb"ow or
bo ,oni,'

Nov. 17-30
by nuz.leloader, crossbow or
SbuoA only
Oct. 20 Nov. 2
by muz2lelo'ader. cro'.;,.bcw or
bovw .,nlv _
Dec. 1-7
by muzzleloader crossbow or
bow only


General Gun Season (D)

Sept. 15 Oct. 14 and Nov. 17 Jan. 6
Antlered deer entire season
antlerless deer may be taken Nov. 17-23
by all legal cenrterfire rifle, and pistol*,
shotguns,. rnuzzleloaders c:rosibows and
bow(. 121

Dec. 1- Feb. 17
Antlered d-eer entire season
antlerless deer may be taken Dec. 26-Jan. 1
by' all legal cerirerfre rifles ard pistol,
:horgur,. miu:lJ:leoade-rs, crosibowts and
bo _',"

Nov. 3 Jan. 20
Antlered deer '-rnire eacon
antlerless deer may be taken Nov. 17-23
by all legal r-rilerfire nlle.: and pAtol
.h..:.tguns r,',uzzlel,ader'. cro'-,s bo,,ws and


Nov. 22-25 and Dec. 8 Feb. 17
Antlered deer entire :a3,on
antlerless deer may be taken Dec. 26-Jan. 1
by all legal '-enterrire rifles and pistcli,,
.hoi-lgur ,rmuzIeloaders crossbto.'vs and


Fall Turkey Season

Oct. 8-14 and Nov. 17 -Jan. 6
by all legal ritles shotgun, muzzleloaders.
cros',sbow: bows and pistol'-
Dec. 1 -Jan. 27
b,' all legal rifle:, shotguns mu:.Ieloaders,
.ros bow., br'rw- and pi.t,-is

Nov. 3 Dec. 30
by all legal rille, shotguns muzzleloaders
crossbowvv bow: and pistols

Nov. 22-25 and Dec. 8 Jan. 13
by all legal rifles shotguns muzzleloaders
croisbow:.w bows and pistols


During Arcnery Season and
first phase of Crossbow
Season di,nly bg limit h ,.
2 antlered deer
or
I anrlered deer and
1 anrerlesi deer
or
2 artlerle.s deer

DCuring Antlerless Deer
Season I rJcl 17.2-3 ,n :c'ne.
A .ard C De-: 2 -
.jar 1 in :.or,- e and Dl
daily bag limrr l i
2 anriered deer
or
1 arnrlred deir and
1 art rler:e deer

During all other seasons
(including second phase of
Crossbow Season)
dS11 bag Ihmrr,,
S.arirlered deer
and arilerlei., deer
rrma, be ral'.er, bi
arnlerle:: deer permit ordl

P''os;e.:-ionr limn J deer


ally' bag lihm [, I





Sea.,:,n .and p: .:i r, limit
2 for 1ll fall -deaoLr,;
combined


July 28- Aug. 26 July 28- Aug. 31 Sept. 1-14 Nov. 10- March 3
_one A by. bow only b' cro:;.bc,' c. or b .'w ornI, by nuzzleloader. crossbow or by 311 legal rifle: shotgun. muzzleloaderc.:
: bow only crcs-o' i.b w.: bow- and pistoli
Oct. 13-Nov. 9 I Oct. 13 Nov. 9 Nov. 10 March 3
one by bow ornl, b', cr.o..:bo..' or b.' .rl, t by all legal rifle. i h''or guns muzl.eoadj-r, D.aily bag Imi 1
Quail ID) cro;b,: w: bow. ard pisr'ol

Sept. 15 Oct. 14 Sept. 15 Oct. 19 Oct. 20 Nov. 2 Nov. 10 March 3 P,-, : or, ln,, 2-1
;one by bow only t. cr':t-. r bow crnly by rriuzleloader cro.,sbow or by all legal rile. sihotpun' mrru:zleloader. ,
bow'' only cro.':b,',:., bowvs and pi'tol.

Oct. 20 Nov. 9 Oct. 20 Nov. 9 Nov. 10 March 3
-:.ne 0 by bow onlv b', .:rol-.bov. or bc.w ,rl, by all legal ritles ;h-,:tguri.; mnu lel3aader,
I :ruosbo'w: bow, arid pliI-,l1e

July 28 -Aug. 26 I July 28 -Aug. 31 Sept 1-14 Oct. 13- March 3
Zoine by bow only by crosisbow or bow only b, nmuZllcader cr:.ct.oe, or by 4il legal rileS. .h,.[~ur,- miz.lelOader
Illo ".0'.'. 1 c. :r t'o: .. bt :ll.;t ard p,: o
SOct. 13- March 3

b.,re B .l all I l31 rE, le: :.tt.lur.: rruz:lelC'd,-r: OD ily ba lirrlt lI
Gray squirrel |r. t' ..'. t ; b n d p :r.:.i:
(D) Sept. 15-Oct. 12 Sept. 15 Oct. 12 Oct. 13 March 3
"onr C by bow ornly, by crc s-.bow Cr bow orly bL, .all l- l1 rilel: -.hiruni, mu lel1ader PCo :.e .- i :,,n liiT, 2-4
i' i ,:r,',:':b0,_' : t ,"."5 ard p,: _',:li
Oct. 13- March 3
-one 0 b ab, alll Ic al rIH le hr:l-gur, niu zlelo.:ad'er
S_ '*ru::b,':' b',i ..: ird pr;.]r,'l

Youth Spring Turkey HuntiS) Spring Turkey Season (T)

Feb. 23-24 March 2- April 7
A-, r1e by all legal rifle, shoigUnrI;. by 311 legal rifles shi'guris bag -imit 1

| mrruzzleloaders cro'sbows. 'muzzleloaderb
bows and pistols. crossbow;. bows and pistols

Spring turkey I Cone. e March 9-10 March 16 April 21
(L.-:bbler-. and CL' b,. all legal rifle., shorgun', by all legal riles shor, guns Sa.:or, rd pi: .'.i r, I
bearded Eri, .l -.t:'pl muzzlelc'ader crossbow n, muzzleloaders, lor "pnr e.can
(4) Holn ie bo,'.; and pisrols crosibows, bows and pn-Wil.i
Cou:ri[
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March 9-10 I March 16-31
Hiolrre: b'y' all legal ritles shcg.l urni by all legal rifles., hotgun- Dail., bag and ..ea-orn Imiit 1
t':'u. n r n'muzzleloader., crossb,:.ws muzzleloader'.
i bowsc and picioli cro!.bows. bows and pisrols

Rabbit Statewide Year-round by all legal rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders, crossbows, bows and pistols (D) Daily bag limit: 12
Possession limit: 24

Wild hog Statewide Year-round by all legal rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders, crossbows, bows and pistols. Hunting license not required. Wild hogs also may be No limits
trapped but cannot be transported alive without permit from the Florida Dept. of Agriculture at 850-410-0900. (D)
Bobcat (D)(F) Dec. 1- March 1 Those with a hunting license may possess no more than 1 bobcat and 1 otter pelt between April 1 and Nov. 30, Bobcat: No limits
Statewide by all legal rifles, shotguns, 2013, unless pelt has FWC tag. Also, otter and bobcat pelts may not be taken out of Florida unless tagged.
Otter (F) muzzleloaders, crossbows, Bobcats may be chased with dogs year-round. Otter: No limits
bows and pistols

Raccoon, Year-round Hunting raccoons or opossums at night is allowed, but only .22-caliber rimfire firearms (other than .22-mag-
opossum, by all legal rifles, shotguns, nums) or single-shot .410-gauge shotguns (using shot not larger than size 6) may be used. Hunting raccoons or
coyote, Statewide muzzleloaders, crossbows, opossums by displaying or using lights from moving vehicles, vessels or animals is prohibited. It is illegal to
beaver, bows and pistols (D)(F) transport wild-trapped live raccoons within, into or from the state, except by FWC permit or authorization. No limits on any species
skunk, nutria
-I -
Deer-dog Zone A Aug. 11-30 Those with a hunting license may train or toughen free-running deer dogs on private property during daylight hours, after first registering (at .
training r, ., 27Nov. 15 no cost) the tract of land with the FWC. While training, all deer dogs must have their FWC-issued registration number, along with the owner's
---- .------- .....- -- name and address on their collars. Copies of the registration must be in the hunter's possession when training deer dogs.
,-n0re Sept. 29 Oct. 18

(A) Must have $5 Archery Season Permit as well as hunting license. It is prohibited to use bows equipped with sights or aiming devices with electronic computational capabilities or light (laser)
projection during Archery Season.

(C) Must have $5 Crossbow Season Permit as well as hunting license.
(M) Must have $5 Muzzleloading Gun Season Permit as well as hunting license. The only muzzleloaders that can be used during Muzzleloading Gun Season are those that take black powder or a non-
nitro-cellulose substitute and are fired by wheel lock, flintlock, percussion cap or centerfire primer (including 209 primers). Muzzleloaders using smokeless powder, those that can be loaded from
the breech or those with self-contained cartridge ammunition capabilities are not legal during Muzzleloading Gun Season.
(D) Free-running dogs may be used for hunting but must wear collars listing the owner's name and address. When using dogs to hunt deer on private property, hunters must first register with the FWC
(at no cost) the tract of land they have permission to hunt, and all deer dogs must have their FWC-issued registration number on their collars. Copies of the registration also must be in hunter's
possession when using dogs to pursue deer.
(T) Must have Turkey Permit ($10 for residents, $125 for nonresidents) as well as hunting license to hunt turkeys.

(F) Furbearers may be taken with live traps and snares, but must have $26 Trapping License. Live traps and snares must be checked at least every 24 hours. Using or possessing steel or leg-hold traps
where wildlife might be found is prohibited, unless authorized by permit from the FWC executive director. Trapping License also is required to sell hide and meat of furbearing mammals year-
round, but otter and bobcat pelts may be sold to licensed fur dealers or agents from Dec. 1 through March 31 only. It is illegal to transport wild-trapped live raccoons within, into or from the state,
except by FWC permit or authorization.

(1) Antlered deer- Deer having at least one antler 5 or more inches in length visible above the hairline.
Antlerless deer Deer (except spotted fawns) that do not have antlers or have antlers less than 5 inches in length.
It is illegal to take spotted fawns.
(2) No antlerless deer may be taken on that portion of the eastern Everglades south of Tamiami Trail (U.S. 41) and east of Everglades National Park; or in Collier County south of 1-75 during Antlerless
Deer Season.
(3) In Holmes County, there is no fall harvest of turkeys allowed.
(4) When hunting spring turkeys on wildlife management areas, only shotguns and muzzleloading shotguns using shot no larger in diameter than No. 2 may be used. Bows and crossbows, where
allowed, also may be used. All rifles, pistols, buckshot and slugs are prohibited. This rule does not apply to hunting spring turkeys on private lands.
(5) Only youths under 16 years old are allowed to harvest a turkey while supervised by an adult, 18 years or older. However, adult supervisors with a hunting license and turkey permit are allowed to
"call in" the turkey and otherwise participate in the hunt, but they are not permitted to harvest one. Any turkey harvested during the Youth Spring Turkey Hunt counts toward the youth hunter's
spring season limit of 2.


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


Outta' the Woods


Hunting season in ful


BYTOBYYOUNG
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
November means the
2012-13 huntin' season is in
full swing. In this month's
column, I cover almost
everything you need to
know about general gun, fall
turkey. quail, snipe and the
second phase of mourning
and white-winged dove
season.
The first thing you need to
do is pick up a $17 Florida
resident hunting license.
Non-residents pay $46.50 for
a 10-day license or $151.50
for 12 months.
If you plan to hunt one
of Florida's many wildlife
management areas (WMAs),
you'll also need a $26.50
management area permit,
but don't forget to study the
brochure for the specific area
you plan to hunt, because
dates, bag limits and rules
differ greatly from area to
area.
You can get these
brochures at tax collectors'


offices in close proximity
to the WMA, or you can
download them from
MyFWC ....... H.i.in,,
You can buy your license
and permits by calling
888-HUNT-FLORIDA or
going online at License.
MyFWC.com. Have your
credit card ready. You also
can purchase them from tax
collectors' offices and most
retail outlets that sell hunting
and fishing supplies.
The general gun season
runs Nov. 3 -Jan. 20 in Zone
C; Dec. 1 Feb. 17 in Zone
B; and in Zone A, the second
phase of general gun season
runs Nov. 17 -Jan. 6. In Zone
D, it starts Thanksgiving Day
(Nov. 22) and lasts four days
until Nov. 25. Two weeks
later, the season re-opens
Dec. 8 and runs through Feb.
17.
Hunters can take bucks
having at least one antler 5
inches or longer, but anyone
hunting deer in Florida must
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limit for deer is two, but
during some quota hunts on
WMAs, the bag limit is only
one deer, and in some cases,
there are antler restrictions,
so read the particular WMA
brochure before you hunt.
On private lands, hunters
can take wild hogs year-
round with no bag or size
limits. On most but not all
- WMAs, there's also no bag
or size limit on wild hogs,
and hunters can take them
during any hunting season
except spring turkey. Again,
check the WMA brochure to
be certain.
The highly anticipated
antlerless deer season, often
called "doe week," is Nov.
17-23 (Thanksgiving week)


swing
in zones A and C, and it
always runs Dec. 26 Jan. 1
(Christmas week) in zones B
and D.
During doe week, the daily
bag limit is one buck and one
doe, or two bucks. You may
not take two does in one day
like you can during archery
season, and spotted fawns
are never legal game. By the
way, WMAs do not have an
antlerless deer season.
If you hunt with deer
dogs anywhere in Florida,
special rules and registration
requirements may apply, so
call the FWC for details.
Fall turkey season in Zone
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OF SHOOTING

S SAFETY
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1. Control the direction of your firearm's ruzzle
Carry your firearm safely, keeping the safety on
until le-.ay to shoot, Keep your Iger off the
Tri ,er until ready to shoot.

2. Treat every firearm with the same respect due
a loaded firearm.

3. Identify y.ur target and what is beyond it.
Know the identifying features of the game you
hunt,

4. Be sure the barrel and action are clear of
obsiruclions and that you have only ammunition
of the proper size for the firearm ,ou are carrying.

5. Unload firearmss when not in use. Leave the
actions open. Firearms should be carried
empty in cases to and from shooting areas.

6. Never point a firearm at anything you do not want
to shoot. Avoid all horseplay with a firearm,

7. Never climb a fence or tree, or jump a ditch or
log, with a loaded firearm. Never pull a firearm
toward you by the muzzle.

8. Never shoot a bullet at a flat, hard surface or
water. During target practice, be sure your
backstop is adequate.

9. Store fireai ms and ammunition separately
I beyond the reach of children and careless
adults.

10. Avoid alcoholic beverages or other mood-
altering drugs before or while shooting,


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* Married to local teacher Lori Wiles Blue for 22 years
* Father of William (14), Henry (12), & Elizabeth (10)
* Sixth-generation Taylor Countian
* Son of WC Blue and Mary Blue
* Son-in-Law to Billy and Janet Wiles


I promise to follow the law
and what the Lord requires:
"to do justly, to love mercy,
and to walk humbly."
(Micah 6:8)


A mature and stable family
man with 23 years of legal
experience.


* Deacon at Spring Warrior Church of Christ
* Graduated from TCHS in 1982
* Graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Finance from FSU in 1986
* Graduated with a law degree from Cumberland School of Law in 1989
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B-4 Perry News-Herald November 2-3, 2012


Wild hogs are another popular target


The white-tailed deer
is the most popular game
animal pursued each winter
by Florida's more than
200,000 hunters. But, there's
another big-game species
that's hunted quite a bit too
and is especially popular
with hunters in the southern
and central parts of the state:
the wild hog.
Wild hogs, also called
wild boars or feral pigs,
aren't native to Florida. They
either were introduced by
colonists or may even have
been brought over by the
Spanish explorer Hernando
DeSoto as early as 1539.
Hogs provided a major food


source for early settlers,
and those pigs that escaped
or were released adapted
and prospered readily in
Florida's mild climate and
varied habitats.
Though non-native, you
can hardly tell, because
wild hogs are plentiful
throughout Florida and can
be found in all 67 counties.
They live in various habitats
but prefer moist forests,
swamps and pine flatwoods.
Abundant populations of
wild hogs occur west of
Lake Okeechobee, between
the Kissimmee and lower
St. Johns river basins, and
farther north along the Gulf


In general, waterfowl specific reason, such as
hunting in Florida is being in a park or in an
permitted on any water area where the discharge of
body that has public access, firearms is prohibited.
unless it is closed for a Wildlife management











Florida's various waterfowl hunting seasons run
through early February.


coastal marshes between the
Aucilla and Withlacoochee
rivers.
Wild hogs are omnivorous
and feed by rooting up the
ground with their broad
snouts, leaving some
areas looking like plowed
fields. Because of this, they
are considered by many
agricultural producers to
be nuisance animals. Their
diet consists of grasses
and flowering plants in the
spring, fruits in the summer
and fall, and they eat roots,
tubers and invertebrates
throughout the year.
As with all animals, it's
against the law to release


areas (WMAs), water
management district
(WMD) lands, and
national wildlife refuges
(NWRs) that offer duck
hunting may have special
permit requirements and
restrictions on when
and where you can hunt.
Regional offices of the
FWC can provide additional
information on WMAs and
other duck hunting areas.
Please check with local
law enforcement agencies
for specific firearm discharge
regulations on public water
bodies prior to hunting.
2012-2013
Waterfowl Season Dates:
Early Season Canada


Dove season to re-open Nov. 10


The first phase of dove doves. The shooting hours
season closed on Oct. 29 but are from 12 noon until
will re-open Nov. 10. sunset in the first phase
Legal to take are and from one-half hour
mourning and white-winged before sunrise until sunset


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in the second (Nov. 10-25)
and third (Dec. 8-Jan. 6)
phases.
The daily bag limit is 15
birds with 30 in possession.


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Perry Location: 4522 North US Hwy 221
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wild hogs on public lands.
It's also not recommended on
private lands either, unless
the property is surrounded
by adequate fencing.
Wild hogs have an annual
home range of more than 10
square miles and are prolific
reproducers. A healthy
female (sow) can breed
when only 6 months old and
continue to breed every six
months, producing four to 14
piglets per litter.
They're not listed as game
animals by the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) but
are considered wildlife.
And even though wild hogs


Goose: Sept 1-26,2012;
Special September
Season Teal and Wood
Duck: Sept 22-26, 2012;
Regular Season (Ducks,
Coots, and Light Geese):
Nov 17-25, 2012 and Dec 8,
2012 Jan 27, 2013;
Regular Season Canada
Goose: Nov 17-25, 2012
and Dec 1, 2012 Jan 30,
2013;
Youth Duck and Goose:
Feb 2 and 3, 2013.


can have negative impacts
on native vegetation and
wildlife, they're an important
food source for several
native species, including
the alligator, bobcat and
black bear, as well as the
endangered Florida panther
and threatened American
crocodile.
Wild hogs also make for
a great hunting opportunity.
This especially is true in the
southern portion of the state
where, in some areas, wild
hogs actually have replaced
deer as the preferred hunting
species. Because of the
abundance of hogs there
and the fact these regions
tend to have smaller-bodied
deer with lighter racks, hog
hunting has gotten pretty
popular in those parts.
On private property with
the landowner's permission,
you may hunt or trap wild
hogs year-round. Also, there
are no size or bag limits.
You may harvest either sex,
and you don't even need
a hunting license to do so.
That goes for non-residents
as well.
Those hunting one of
the state's many wildlife
management areas (WMAs),
will need a valid Florida
hunting license and a
management area permit.
On most WMAs, wild
hogs may be hunted during
all hunting seasons except
spring turkey. But if it's


during archery season,
you must use a bow;
during muzzleloading gun
season, you'll have to use a
muzzleloader. Also, on some
WMAs, daily bag limits do
apply, and in some cases,
there's a minimum size limit
on what you can shoot.
During this time of year,
many of the WMAs' small-
game seasons are going on.
The great thing about that
is you never need a quota
permit to hunt during a
WMA's small-game season,
and on most of them, hogs
are legal game. The only
thing is, you can't use a
centerfire rifle during that
season, but you can use a
shotgun with buckshot or a
slug, or a rimfire rifle like a
.22 magnum, or even a pistol
if you want.
In addition to still hunting
for hogs from a stand or
blind, there are those hunters
who prefer to catch them
with traps or by the use of
dogs. Special pens with
trap doors work well when
baited with acorns or slightly
fermented corn. Dogs, such
as black-mouth curs and pit
bulls, make good "catch"
dogs because they can be
trained to capture hogs.
So whether you think
wild hogs are a nuisance
or a hunting opportunity,
they're a critter some of us
are dealing with one way or
another.


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Thrift Store closing. Auction,
Saturday, Nov. 3, 1305 N.
Jefferson St. Store will open at 9
a.m. auction will start at 10 a.m.
Lots of everything, 223-1252.
11/02

Auction. Saturday, Nov. 10, at 10
a.m. (note date change). Auction
House/Madison, 1693 SW
Moseley Hall Rd., Madison, (850)
973-1444. We are back. New time.
We will be selling new and used
items such as small and large
power tools, yard equipment,
Christmas decor and heaters. We
will also have a hauler here.
AU691 Ron Cox, AB2490.
10/31 11/2, PS



Craft sale. Saturday, Nov. 2, 10
a.m. until 6 p.m., 293 Paul Poppell
Rd. (off Woods Creek Rd.). Great
Christmas gifts! Jewelry and
hand-made jewelry, school spirit
bracelets, handcrafted kids items
(headbands, hats, coozies, etc.)
and much more. All jewelry will be
on display. Ask about my
Facebook page.
11/02


Yard sale. Saturday, Nov. 3, 8 a.m.
until 1 p.m., 200 West Florida St.,
Antiques, collectibles, old
windows, shutters, glassware.
11/02

Yard sale. Saturday, Nov. 3, 8 a.m.
until, 2915 Johnson Stripling Rd.
(turn left off of Ash St.) Household
items, clothes, grills and crafts.
Too much to list!
11/02

2 Family Yard Sale. Inside
Andrews Drug Store, 1707 South
Jefferson Street, Friday, Nov. 2, 9
a.m. until 3 p.m. and Saturday,
Nov. 3, 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. Glass
blocks, old bottles, Gator Coke 6
packs, cards, angels, 3 for $1
items, Christmas items, perfumes,
costume jewelry, glassware,
Rockwell plates, household items,
clothes, glass display cabinets
$150 and much more.
10/31 11/02

Huge-2 homes into 1 yard sale.
Friday, 8 a.m. until noon and
Saturday, 7 a.m. until 1 p.m., 380
Agner Acres off Green Farm (last
house on left). Furniture,
household items, dishes, pots and
pans, clothes, Christmas trees
and decorations, king size water
bed.
11/02

Yard sale. Friday & Saturday, 221
at Lake Bird. Dollar Days,
camouflage, clothes, pots, dishes,
sheets, jackets and earrings.
11/02

Yard sale. A little bit of this and a
lot of that, we just might have what
you're looking for! 16628 E. Royal
Oak Dr. Around Deadmans Curve,
follow signs! Come one come
all...Saturday, Nov. 3, 8 a.m. until 2
p.m.
11/02

Huge Yard Sale. Saturday, Nov. 3,
7 a.m. until, 1137 US 19 North
(next to BP). Home goods, kids
clothes, adult clothes, toys,
movies, music and some furniture.
Everything needs to go!
11/02

Huge Yard Sale. Nov. 1, 2 and 3
from 8 a.m. until, 671 Charles
Hendry Rd. Big variety of
Christmas decorations, furniture,
tools, plants, new and used
clothes and much more.
10/31 11/02


Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. until 2
p.m., 3498 Hwy. 19 South (Taylor
Storage Center across from Taylor
Tech.) Gas fireplace, gas camp
stove, truck tool box, Spinet piano
and bench, Yamaha drum
machine, web cam, executive
desk, TV, wheelchair, walker, roll-
on walker, canes, handicap potty
chair, dehydrator, wicker bassinet,
sewing machine, Foosball game,
children's life jacket, gas cans,
metal boat gas can, rebounder,
fireplace utensils, 10 foot
ceiling/house jacks, solar shower,
portable charging station, stroller,
baby clothes, walker, bouncer, car
seats, swing, toys, adult tricycles,
microwave, bread maker, home
security system, small appliances,
tools, magnetic bracelets,
Christmas items and much more.
11/02
JH

Huge Yard Sale. Friday and
Saturday, 1419 N. Springfield St.,
(off of Ash), 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Washer, dryer, dishes, TV, DVD
player, movies, comforter sets,
quilts, men's jeans, crafts, yarn,
tools, bikes, electric stove, too
much to list.
11/02


4 Family Yard Sale. Saturday, 8
a.m. until, 1838 Ellison Rd. Men's,
Women's and kids name brand
clothes, toys galore, household
items, guitar and amp., drum set,
tree stand, weight bench, golf bag,
lots of miscellaneous.
11/02

Yard sale. Saturday, 2722
Courtney Rd., 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Boy's and men's clothes,
household items, lawn chairs,
garden tub, sink and much more.
11/02

Yard sale. Saturday, 3 miles down
Johnson Stripling. Jeans all sizes,
clothes, wooden entertainment
center, toys, Christmas decor, a
lot of everything.
11/02


Seasoned Oak Firewood, $75 a
cord, 584-2063.
11/02- 11/09

Power wheelchair. Excellent
condition, hardly used. Base is red
in color, 10" tires, asking $300.
Contact Katie at 295-2294. Will
deliver.
11/02

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


Have a job opening?
Advertise in the Perry
News-Herald classified.
Call 584-5513.

Cash for junk cars and trucks, free
removal. 7 days a week. Call (386)
658-1030 or (904) 887-8513.
11/02 01/04

Adult tricycle, excellent condition
$50. Futon couch, like new asking
$50. Call 584-4953
10/31 11/02

For sale. 12' utility trailer, good
condition $625. Call (850) 672-
0536.
10/17 11/09


WE BUY GOLD, SILVER,


OLD COINS AND ALMOST


ANYTHING ELSE OF VALUE


B-5 Perry News-Herald November 2-3, 2012


DEADLINES:
The deadlines for classified ads are Monday by
5 p.m. for the Taco Times and Wednesday by
5 p.m. for the Perry News-Herald.



Small ads...big deals!


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Baby mini pigs for sale. Very small,
pretty colors, makes excellent pet.
$300-$325 pickup or delivery.
They will be ready Nov. 1. Call
(850) 348-9928.
10/24 11/02



ONLY $284.42 PER MONTH
a new 2/2 home on your lot, only
$500 down. This is a purchase,
W.A.C. Call to see (352) 621-
9181.
10/10 11/02, TMHC

YES!
New 3/2 Jacobsen home, 5 yr.
warranty. $2,650 down, only
$297.44/mo. fixed rate! W.A.C.
Come & view (352) 621-9182.
10/10 11/02, TMHC

It's cheaper to shop in Chiefland.
For the lowest prices on Jacobsen
manufactured homes, All lot
models being sold at invoice
prices. Call (352) 493-9600.
10/10 11/02, TMHC

"WOW"... Lowest prices in Tri
County area for Jacobsen
manufactured homes. 16 models
to choose from. Liquidating all
2012 models, must make room for
the 2013's. Huge Blow-Out Sale!!
Call (352) 493-9600.
10/10- 11/02, TMHC



Taking applications for 3BR/2BA
mobile home located at 4850
Puckett Rd., $525 rent, $300
deposit. Apply in person Monday
through Wednesday ask for Ms.
Betty 584-7094. Good references
required.
EMH, tfn

Trailer for rent near Hampton
Springs Park. $400 monthly,
includes all utilities and free
laundry. Good for one person. Call
843-1494.
10/26 11/07

1 bedroom apartment, fully
furnished. Includes water, electric,
garbage, sewer and cable TV. No
smoking, no pets, $155 weekly,
$200 deposit. Call (850) 363-
8196.
10/19 11/14

House for rent. 3 bedroom (huge
master), 1 bath (updated bath and
kitchen) all electric. Country living
just minutes from town. Possible
use of 9 acres (ponds). $695
monthly, first and last, no pets, no
kids. Call 838-5297.
10/24 11/02


1 bedroom fully furnished trailer in
nice quiet area. Utilities and
satellite TV included. 1 adult only,
no children, no pets, $130 weekly
and $130 security. Call 584-2199.
10/17 11/02

Trailer for rent. 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
$525 monthly, $600 deposit, credit
check required.
RV spot for rent. $350 monthly,
includes water, electric, garbage
and sewer. Please contact Wagon
Wheel at (850) 584-8885.
10/17 11/09

Woodridge 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."
WGA
tfn

Westgate Rooms available for
rent. refrigerator, microwave, TV
w/cable, AC/Heater. Everything
included. $175- $240 weekly, $40
daily, $595-$635 per month.
RV sites $20 daily, $100 weekly,
$350 monthly. Tax included. 1627
S. Byron Butler Pkwy. 850-299-
6554.
LS, tfn


Rooms available at Skylark Motel
everything included for monthly
$595 (required $45 deposit),
$175-$240 weekly or $40 daily
(tax included). 317 N. Byron Butler
Pkwy. (305) 970-1653.
LS, tfn

2 bedroom, 1 bath, beautiful home
on large lot. Living room, big eat-in
kitchen, central air. 207 S. High
St., $595 monthly, $595 deposit.
Call (305) 970-1653.
LS, tfn

Everett's Mobile Home Park is
taking applications for:
2 bedroom, 1 bath, home. $400
monthly $300 security deposit.
EMHP, tfn

TIDEWATER APARTMENTS
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR
2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments
Rent based on income with
First Month'Rent Free for
qualified applicants. Call
850-584-6842. TDD. EHO.
Section 8 Affordable Multifamily
Housing
TWA, tfn

2BD/1BA house on a beautiful
cornet lot, 602 W. Veterans Dr.
Patio, fenced yard, eat-in kitchen
and dinning room. $595 monthly,
$595 deposit, (305) 970-1653.
LS, 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



PRICE REDUCED. 3BD/2BA tri-
level floor plan, LR/DR with
fireplace, family room with
fireplace, kitchen, breakfast area,
office, large rec. room, patio, pool,
large storage building, 3 acres m/I,
2,592 sq. ft. 121 Shady Oaks Dr.
(off Plantation). (850) 584-7687 or
843-5512.
11/02 11/30

DUPLEX for sale by owner,
excellent investment. Two free-
standing block houses. 2BD/1BA-
each full kitchen, full bath, on
50'x150'lot. Excellent rental
history, well maintained, great
location behind Walmart off Old
Dixie Hwy. As is $65,000 obo. Call
Robert (850) 223-3427.
11/02,09
(fri.)


Mini ranch 24.5 acres includes 3/2
home, shop and rental property.
North of Perry, just outside of city
limits. $240,000, call (850) 295-
1403.
11/02 11/30

For Sale or Lease to Own. House
in Ocean Pond subdivision. Only 5
miles from Keaton Beach. 1,568
sq. ft. of living area, 3/2, open
kitchen/living room, stainless steel
appliances, carpet and hardwood
flooring, sitting on 2 acres of land.
MAKE OFFER-REDUCED
$129,500. Call (850) 672-0536.
10/17 11/16

RIVERFRONT LOT FOR SALE
Want to own this part of "The
Suwannee River?"
Priced to Sell!!!!
Located in Lafayette County,
Mayo, Florida.
.75 acres for only $36,500!!!
Now Accepting Offers
Call Cynthia for more information
(850) 223-7152
or Visit our website: bcfcu.coop
BCFCU, tfn

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


3 bedroom, 1.5 bath, wood frame
home for sale. In city limits, near
Jefferson Street, $38,000. Call Jim
(850) 295-1489. Owner financing
with 50% down.
10/26 11/02

Home for sale. 3BD/2BA tri-level
floor plan, LR/DR with fireplace,
family room with fireplace, kitchen,
breakfast area, office, large rec.
room, patio, pool, large storage
building, 3 acres m/l, 2,592 sq. ft.
121 Shady Oaks Dr. (off
Plantation). (850) 584-7687 or
843-5512.
11/02 11/30



Ford Explorer XLT 2002, 3rd row
seat, $600 down and start making
payments! Almost NO credit
situation refused. Call (850) 584-
2111. Headturners Auto!! WE SAY
YES!!
HT,tfn

2001 SILVERADO CHEVROLET.
Regular cab, 2 WD, 8 cyl., auto,
74,000 miles, great condition,
$7,000. Call 838-7554 or 843-
1268.
2003 GRAND MARQUEE. 42,000
miles, 4 door, auto, great
condition, $7,000, Call 838-7554
or 843-1268.
10/31 11/02

1995 Ford Thunderbird for sale.
$700 or OBO, (850) 843-1494.
10/31 11/09



Developmental Rehabilitative
Services
Looking for someone with CNA
experience to do personal care
and companion. Please call 838-
7909 if interested.
11/02 11/07

Retail and Food Service Manager
needed immediate opening in a
progressive and growing company
requires previous experience in
retail or food service
management. Including store
scheduling, P&L, marketing and
expense control. Compensation
based on skills and experience.
Vacation, sick and health benefits
available. Resume and references
required. Apply by mail, P.O. Box
923, Perry, FL 32348.
WO, tfn

Local Defense Contractor is
currently seeking to fill a
.Maintenance/Facility Support
position. The ideal candidate
would have general
construction/carpentry ability,
preferably with their own tools. The
candidate should have above
average math and communication
proficiencies to facilitate grooming
for specialized capabilities. A
general understanding or
capabilities with compressed air
and electrical systems would be a
plus. We offer a competitive wage
and benefit package. EOE. For
confidential consideration, send
resume electronically to
ssims@bulovatech.com or to
Bulova Ordnance, LLC, 125 SE
Swisher Road, Mayo, FL 32066.
10/31 11/09, BO

UMI is hiring pipe welders,
pipefitters ironworkers and
millwrights.
22.00 per hr + 7.00 per hr perdiem
Project scheduled 6-10 hr days
and will go to 7-12 hr days after
Thanksgiving.
.Project is located in Cummings,
Ga. Please contact Jessica at
(706) 297-0087, fax resume to
(706) 297-0088 or email
jessica@bellsouth.net.
10/31 11/09

Goodwill Industries is looking for a
Donation Attendant/Processor to
work PT 20-30 hours. Must be
able to work Saturdays and
Holidays. Apply in person at 2054
S. Jefferson Street.
10/19- 11/07, GWI


Dental Hygienist: Golden
Opportunity! Full-time, Part-time,
Fill-in, we have a great opportunity
waiting for you! An immediate
opening has just come up! That's
great news in this job market! If
you have a friendly can-do
attitude, a gentle touch, a great
work ethic, you are organized and
self-motivated with a good sense
of humor, then you should apply.
Call (888) 486-2408 to hear a
message with more details about
the position and instructions on
how to apply for this position in
Madison, FL. Great benefits!
10/26 11/21

Taylor County Board of County
Commissioners
Library Technician (part time)-
starting at $8.04/hr
(Call In) Roll-Off Site Attendant-
starting at $7.67/hr
Applications and job description
can be obtained from
www.taylorcountygov.com
MOBILE CAREER LAB at Perry
Square (Save-A-Lot and Goodwill
parking lot) on Tuesdays,
Wednesday, or Thursdays 9:00
a.m. 4:00 p.m.; or Workforce.
Positions are open until filled.
Taylor County Board of
Commissioners is an EOE, VP, DT
and background checking
employer.
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Supplementary with bonuses and
travel opportunities. Work with
foreign exchange students and
American host families. Must love
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hardivorkingf rmilies of North
Florida in the State Sciate. I am
committed to improving schools fbr
our children and o eating jobs/or our
middle cliss so eve;j'yone has a fuir
shot to succeed.



ATTRACTING JOBS
Bill will work to establish tax incentives to attract businesses and good jobs to
North Florida, while making sure we have a well-educated work force to keep
them here.
STANDING UP FOR THE MIDDLE CLASS
Whether it's fighting ior a tax srscrm that is fair to hardworking families or
giving our children the best education possible, Bill never stops standing up for
the middle class.
INVESTING IN EDUCATION
Bill has dedicated his life to education to make a real dif-erenic for Florida
children. HI is widclc recognized for his commitment to education and to
improving the lives of Floridians.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR TAYLOR COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO.: 2012-CP-654
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
LORETTA H. KINSEY,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the
administration of the estate of
LORETTA H. KINSEY, deceased,
whose date of death was May 9,
2012, and whose Social Security
Number was **-**-0464, as
pending in the Circuit Court for
Taylor County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
Taylor County Clerk of Court,
Probate Division, P.O. Box 620,
Perry, Florida 32348. The name
and address of the Personal
Representative is set forth below.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands


against decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this notice is
required to be served must title
their claim before the Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate must
file their claim with this Court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE ALL CLAIMS 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 dates of publication of this
notice are November 2, 2012


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and November 9, 2012,
The name and address of the
Personal Representative is as
follows:
Amber Musselwhite
5377 H.P. Padgett Road
Perry, Florida 32348
The attorney representing the
estate and Personal
Representative address is:
D. Christine Thurman, Esq.
Gentry & Thurman, P.A.
217 North Franklin Blvd.
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
D. CHRISTINE THURMAN, ESQ.
FL Bar No. 0785571
Gentry & Thurman, P.A.
217 North Franklin Blvd.
Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Ph: (850) 222-0052 Fax: (850) 222-
4259

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, THIRD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR TAYLOR COUNTY,


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FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Case No. 12-683-CP
In Re: The Estate of;
JACK LAMAR WILLIS,
Deceased.
/
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of JACK LAMAR WILLIS,
deceased, whose date of death
was September 17, 2012, File
Number 12-683-CP is pending in
the Circuit Court for Taylor
County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is Post
Office Box 620, Perry, Florida
32348. The name and address of
the personal representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedents
estate, on whom a copy of this
notice has been served, must file


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their claims with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM,
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS 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: NOVEMBER 2, 2012.
SMITH & SMITH
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, P,A.


aid November 2-3, 2012





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
GEORGE R. WILLIS
Personal Representative
396 Alex Dr.
Dalton, GA 30721




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Real Estate/ Auctions
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Sullivan (954)740-2421 Or
sharon.w.sullivan@irs.gov. Visit
www.irsauctions.gov for more
info.



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V 7. Reciprocal of a sine
10. Periods of time
S12. Relating to wings
14. Alias
15. Hebrew lawgiver
t7. Beget
18. Middle East chieftain
19. Worldly and refined
22. Having a distinct existence
23. Mexican painter Frida
z 24. Showing sound judgment
25. Surrounding circle of light
26. 1/6-inch printing unit
27. Atomic #28
28. Spreads grass for drying
30. Common animal parasite


1. 13th Hebrew letter
2. Got up
3. Bricklayers
4. Impertinent
5., Perched
6. Afghan Persian
7. Massee I ane Garden flower
8. 23 :__ Go away
9. Automobile
11 Thin dividing membranes
13. Take heed
S16. Polished
18. Colorless, odorless gas
used as fuel
20. Single units
21. Express pleasure
28. Barcelona gestural theatre


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33. Prefix for again
34. Circle width (abbr.)
36. Freshwater duck genus
39. English philosopher 1285-
1349
41. Opposite of 24 across
43. Angina medication
46. Political action committees
47. Those mentioned
48. Pops
50. Rt. angle building wing
51. Capital of Yemen
52. Fish traps
53. Alternate II. S. diploma
54. Pitch
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30. Old French monetary unit
3 1. Eyeglasses
34. Magnate Trump
35. Blemish or spoil
37. Moses' clder brother
38. Twisted Sister's Dee
40. Bon : witty remarks
41. 8th Jewish month
42. Related on the mother's
side
44. Stairs leading down to a
river in India
45. Songstress Horne
46. Pirate's prosthesis
49. Very fast airplane


Horoscope

ARIES Mar 21/Apr 20
Aries, you will know how to smooth over
an embarrassing situation this week. You
come across assertive and dominant, and
others naturally listen to you.

TAURUS Apr 21/May 21
Taurus, your plan to modify a project this
week will meet with great results. You
may become interested in an organization
that showcases your skills.

GEMINI May 22/Jun 21
Gemini, the time has come to reevaluate
a certain situation, but you are up for the
challenge. It may be hard to communicate
your goals to others, but your persistence
will pay off.

CANCER Jun 22/Jul 22
Cancer, things you say have a greater
impact on others than you may realize.
Therefore, think through what you say
to make sure your words come across as
intended.

LEO- Jul 23/Aug 23
Leo, now is the time focus so that your
dreams and plans can become a reality.
Put all of your efforts into realizing your
goals, and you won't be sorry for having
done so.

VIRGO Aug 24/Sept 22
Virgo, pay particular attention to your
financial records. Otherwise, you may find
yourself struggling to reconcile all of your
accounts at year's end.

LIBRA Sept 23/Oct 23
This is the ideal time to move forward
in your career, Libra. Be assertive and
things will fall into place. Embrace a
new opportunity and make the most of
it.


?s for the first week of
November

SCORPIO Oct 24/Nov 22
Scorpio, you have enough drive and
enthusiasm to get through a challenging
time. There may be a few opportunities
to go above and beyond in your business
ventures.

SAGITTARIUS Nov 23/Dec 21
Self-discipline is something you will
need in excess this week, Sagittarius.
Use this to your advantage when you
work with others to plan recreational
activities.

CAPRICORN Dec 22/Jan 20
Capricorn, you have enough enthusiasm
to get things done, but getting things
off the ground is more difficult. It's
time to buckle down and work through
tasks.

AQUARIUS -Jan 21/Feb 18
You prefer to be in control of a situation,
Aquarius. However, sometimes you have
to relinquish control to someone else. Do
so0 .,ih gri. arid h iniility

PISCES Feb 19/Mar 20
Now is the time to make progress in
something that has been on your mind
for quite some time, Pisces. Take action
before it's too late.


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B-8 Perry News-Herald November 2-3, 2012


Florida ranks second in snipe hunting
OUTTA THE WOODS statewide Nov. 10- March 3, Nov. 10-25. Shooting hours migratory bird permit if you date information on Florida's Whether small-game
and the daily bag limit is 12. for migratory game birds are plan to hunt snipe, doves or public dove fields. The hunting with friends and
Continued from page 3 Shooting hours for deer, one-half hour before sunrise any other migratory game address is MyFWC.com/ family or hunting solo, going
zones B and C, it runs Dec. turkey and quail are a to sunset. The bag limit for birds. Dove. Information includes after that monster buck, boar
1 -Jan. 27 and Nov. 3-Dec. half-hour before sunrise snipe is eight; for doves, the The FWC even provides dove densities, previous hog or big tom, November
30, respectively. And in Zone to a half-hour after sunset. bag limit is 15. an online "Dove Hunters' week's harvests and field brings loads of great hunting
D. fall turkey season is Nov. All legal rifles, shotguns. You must get a no-cost Hotline," which gives up-to- conditions. opportunities.


22-25 and Dec. 8 Jan. 13,
except for Holmes County,
where there is no fall turkey
season.
Only bearded turkeys and
gobblers are legal game; you
must have a turkey permit
($10 for residents; $125 for
non-residents) to hunt them.
The bag limit is one bird
per day, and a total of two
during the archery, crossbow,
muzzleloading gun and fall
turkey seasons combined.
Quail season runs


muzzleloaders, bows,
crossbows and pistols are
legal for taking these resident
game animals during the
general gun, antlerless deer,
fall turkey and quail seasons.
Snipe hunting in Florida
ranks second in the nation
in number of birds harvested
each year, and the season
always runs Nov. 1 Feb. 15
statewide. The second phase
of the mourning and white-
winged dove season also
comes in this month and runs


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Give me the chance,
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Tony Chambers, Republican for Taylor County Sheriff.


GENERAL ELECTION Tuesday, Nov. 6


HAVE YOU RETURNED YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT ???
All absentee ballots must be received in the Supervisor of Elections
office on or before 7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012. Any ballot that is
received in the elections office after 7. p.m. will be considered late.


EARLY VOTING ENDS SATURDAY
NOVEMBER 3, 2012, AT 7 P.M.
"|Inum| Early voting is now taking place in
| sthe Supervisor of Elections Office on
the 2nd floor of the county courthouse
and will end on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012.
Early voting hours are from 7 a.m. until
S 7 p.m. Any registered voter in the county
may vote early in lieu of going to their polling location on
Election Day.
Once early voting ends any registered voter who wishes
to cast a ballot in the General Election will need to do so
at their designated precinct on Election Day.

If you are in need of assistance at the
polls on Election Day please remember
to ask one of the poll workers at your
voting location.
If you need to vote on the disability
equipment at your precinct let the poll
worker assisting you know before they
issue you a ballot. All fourteen precincts are equipped with
disability compliant equipment.
All fourteen precincts in Taylor County are compliant
with the Americans with Disability Act.



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DON'T FORGET YOUR PHOTO AND SIGNATURE
IDENTIFICATION WHEN YOU GO TO VOTE
Photo and signature identification is required by Florida Law.
If the picture ID does not contain the signature of the voter an
additional identification that provides the voter's signature shall
be required. A voter information card is no longer accepted as
a form of ID. Below is a list of items you may choose from in
order to satisfy the picture and signature ID requirement. Any
combination of these documents may be presented to fulfill the
photo and signature requirements.
Florida Driver's License
Florida Identification card issued by the State of Florida
US Passport
^Debit or Credit Card
,OUR Military Identification
sOA iuS Student Identification
'Retirement Center Identification
Neighborhood Association Identification
:* Public Assistance Identification




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Election night results will be available once the polls close at 7 p.m. Visit our website at www.taylorelections.com and click
on the prompt for 2012 General Election Night Results. As each precinct modems in their results we will be updating to our
website, these results will include all races. You may also choose to view election night results in the 3rd Floor Courtroom of the
County Courthouse where we will have a large projector screen displaying Election Night Results via our website. Please note
that the cards cast percentages that show on all reports are a result of a two-page ballot; this office will keep you informed when
all precincts have completed uploading the precinct results as well as the uploading of absentee and early voted ballots.


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